Programs & Examples On #Log4r

Log4r is a logging library for Ruby akin to Log4j for those coming from Java.

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".

Error in contrasts when defining a linear model in R

This error message may also happen when the data contains NAs.

In this case, the behaviour depends on the defaults (see documentation), and maybe all cases with NA's in the columns mentioned in the variables are silently dropped. So it may be that a factor does indeed have several outcomes, but the factor only has one outcome when restricting to the cases without NA's.

In this case, to fix the error, either change the model (remove the problematic factor from the formula), or change the data (i.e. complete the cases).

Checking for empty queryset in Django

Since version 1.2, Django has QuerySet.exists() method which is the most efficient:

if orgs.exists():
    # Do this...
else:
    # Do that...

But if you are going to evaluate QuerySet anyway it's better to use:

if orgs:
   ...

For more information read QuerySet.exists() documentation.

How do I get an Excel range using row and column numbers in VSTO / C#?

The given answer will throw an error if used in Microsoft Excel 14.0 Object Library. Object does not contain a definition for get_range. Instead use

int countRows = xlWorkSheetData.UsedRange.Rows.Count;
int countColumns = xlWorkSheetData.UsedRange.Columns.Count;
object[,] data = xlWorkSheetData.Range[xlWorkSheetData.Cells[1, 1], xlWorkSheetData.Cells[countRows, countColumns]].Cells.Value2;

Magento: get a static block as html in a phtml file

Following code will work when you Call CMS-Static Block in Magento.

<?php echo 

$this->getLayout()->createBlock('cms/block')->setBlockId('block_identifier')->toHtml();

?>

Running a simple shell script as a cronjob

The easiest way would be to use a GUI:

For Gnome use gnome-schedule (universe)

sudo apt-get install gnome-schedule 

For KDE use kde-config-cron

It should be pre installed on Kubuntu

But if you use a headless linux or don´t want GUI´s you may use:

crontab -e

If you type it into Terminal you´ll get a table.
You have to insert your cronjobs now.
Format a job like this:

*     *     *     *     *  YOURCOMMAND
-     -     -     -     -
|     |     |     |     |
|     |     |     |     +----- Day in Week (0 to 7) (Sunday is 0 and 7)
|     |     |     +------- Month (1 to 12)
|     |     +--------- Day in Month (1 to 31)
|     +----------- Hour (0 to 23)
+------------- Minute (0 to 59)

There are some shorts, too (if you don´t want the *):

@reboot --> only once at startup
@daily ---> once a day
@midnight --> once a day at midnight
@hourly --> once a hour
@weekly --> once a week
@monthly --> once a month
@annually --> once a year
@yearly --> once a year

If you want to use the shorts as cron (because they don´t work or so):

@daily --> 0 0 * * *
@midnight --> 0 0 * * *
@hourly --> 0 * * * *
@weekly --> 0 0 * * 0
@monthly --> 0 0 1 * *
@annually --> 0 0 1 1 *
@yearly --> 0 0 1 1 *

Facebook share button and custom text

You can customize Facebook share dialog box by using asynchronous JavaScript SDK provided by Facebook and setting up its parameter values

Have a look at the following code:

<script type="text/javascript">
  $(document).ready(function(){
    $('#share_button').click(function(e){
      e.preventDefault();
      FB.ui(
        {
          method: 'feed',
          name: 'This is the content of the "name" field.',
          link: 'URL which you would like to share ',
          picture: ‘URL of the image which is going to appear as thumbnail image in share dialogbox’,
          caption: 'Caption like which appear as title of the dialog box',
          description: 'Small description of the post',
          message: ''
        }
      );
    });
  });
</script>

Before copying and pasting the below code you must first initialize the SDK and set up jQuery library. Please click here to know a step by step how to set information on the same.

Apache VirtualHost and localhost

Just change <VirtualHost *:80> to <VirtualHost 127.0.0.1:80>.

Then the default DocumentRoot will serve for all domains or IP addresses that point to your server and specified VirtualHost will work.

Jquery Ajax, return success/error from mvc.net controller

When you return value from server to jQuery's Ajax call you can also use the below code to indicate a server error:

return StatusCode(500, "My error");

Or

return StatusCode((int)HttpStatusCode.InternalServerError, "My error");

Or

Response.StatusCode = (int)HttpStatusCode.InternalServerError;
return Json(new { responseText = "my error" });

Codes other than Http Success codes (e.g. 200[OK]) will trigger the function in front of error: in client side (ajax).

you can have ajax call like:

$.ajax({
        type: "POST",
        url: "/General/ContactRequestPartial",
        data: {
            HashId: id
        },
       success: function (response)  {
            console.log("Custom message : " + response.responseText);
        }, //Is Called when Status Code is 200[OK] or other Http success code
        error: function (jqXHR, textStatus, errorThrown)  {
            console.log("Custom error : " + jqXHR.responseText + " Status: " + textStatus + " Http error:" + errorThrown);
        }, //Is Called when Status Code is 500[InternalServerError] or other Http Error code
        })

Additionally you can handle different HTTP errors from jQuery side like:

$.ajax({
        type: "POST",
        url: "/General/ContactRequestPartial",
        data: {
            HashId: id
        },
        statusCode: {
            500: function (jqXHR, textStatus, errorThrown)  {
                console.log("Custom error : " + jqXHR.responseText + " Status: " + textStatus + " Http error:" + errorThrown);
            501: function (jqXHR, textStatus, errorThrown)  {
                console.log("Custom error : " + jqXHR.responseText + " Status: " + textStatus + " Http error:" + errorThrown);
            }
        })

statusCode: is useful when you want to call different functions for different status codes that you return from server.

You can see list of different Http Status codes here:Wikipedia

Additional resources:

  1. Returning Server-Side Errors from AJAX Calls
  2. Returning a JsonResult within the Error function of JQuery Ajax
  3. Handling Ajax errors with jQuery

Can I use multiple "with"?

Yes - just do it this way:

WITH DependencedIncidents AS
(
  ....
),  
lalala AS
(
  ....
)

You don't need to repeat the WITH keyword

How to check if a Docker image with a specific tag exist locally?

Using test

if test ! -z "$(docker images -q <name:tag>)"; then
  echo "Exist"
fi

or in one line

test ! -z "$(docker images -q <name:tag>)" &&  echo exist

'No JUnit tests found' in Eclipse

junit4 require that test classname should be use Test as suffix.

How can I get the line number which threw exception?

Check this one

StackTrace st = new StackTrace(ex, true);
//Get the first stack frame
StackFrame frame = st.GetFrame(0);

//Get the file name
string fileName = frame.GetFileName();

//Get the method name
string methodName = frame.GetMethod().Name;

//Get the line number from the stack frame
int line = frame.GetFileLineNumber();

//Get the column number
int col = frame.GetFileColumnNumber();

How to read/write files in .Net Core?

To write:

using (System.IO.StreamWriter file =
new System.IO.StreamWriter(System.IO.File.Create(filePath).Dispose()))
{
    file.WriteLine("your text here");
}

ServletException, HttpServletResponse and HttpServletRequest cannot be resolved to a type

You can do the folllwoing: import the jar file inside you class:

import javax.servlet.http.HttpServletResponse

add the Apache Tomcat library as follow:

Project > Properties > Java Build Path > Libraries > Add library from library tab > Choose server runtime > Next > choose Apache Tomcat v 6.0 > Finish > Ok

Also First of all, make sure that Servlet jar is included in your class path in eclipse as PermGenError said.

I think this will solve your error

HTML Table different number of columns in different rows

If you need different column width, do this:

<tr>
    <td></td>
    <td></td>
    <td></td>
    <td></td>
    <td></td>
    <td></td>
    <td></td>
    <td></td>
    <td></td>
</tr>
<tr>
    <td colspan="9">
        <table>
            <tr>
                <td></td>
                <td></td>
                <td></td>
                <td></td>
            </tr>
        </table>
    </td>
</tr>

Push existing project into Github

In less technical terms

My answer is not different but I am adding more information because those that are new could benefit from filling in the gaps in information.

After you create the repo on github they have instructions. You can follow those. But here are some additional tips because I know how frustrating it is to get started with git.

Let's say that you have already started your project locally. How much you have does not matter. But let's pretend that you have a php project. Let's say that you have the index.php, contact.php and an assets folder with images, css, and fonts. You can do it this way (easy), but there are many options:

Option 1

Login to your github account and create the repo.

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In the following screen you can copy it down where you need it if you click the button (right side of screen) to "clone in desktop".

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You can (or do it another way) then copy the contents from your existing project into your new repo. Using the github app, you can just commit from there using their GUI (that means that you just click the buttons in the application). Of course you enter your notes for the commit.

Option 2

  • Create your repo on github as mentioned above.
  • On your computer, go to your directory using the terminal. using the linux command line you would cd into the directory. From here you run the following commands to "connect" your existing project to your repo on github. (This is assuming that you created your repo on github and it is currently empty)

first do this to initialize git (version control).

git init

then do this to add all your files to be "monitored." If you have files that you want ignored, you need to add a .gitignore but for the sake of simplicity, just use this example to learn.

git add .

Then you commit and add a note in between the "" like "first commit" etc.

 git commit -m "Initial Commit"

Now, here is where you add your existing repo

git remote add github <project url>

But do not literally type <project url>, but your own project URL. How do you get that? Go to the link where your repo is on github, then copy the link. In my case, one of my repos is https://github.com/JGallardo/urbanhistorical so my resulting url for this command would just add .git after that. So here it would be

git remote add github https://github.com/JGallardo/urbanhistorical.git

Test to see that it worked by doing

git remote -v

You should see what your repo is linked to.

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Then you can push your changes to github

git push github master

or

git push origin master

If you still get an error, you can force it with -f. But if you are working in a team environment, be careful not to force or you could create more problems.

git push -f origin master

python request with authentication (access_token)

I'll add a bit hint: it seems what you pass as the key value of a header depends on your authorization type, in my case that was PRIVATE-TOKEN

header = {'PRIVATE-TOKEN': 'my_token'}
response = requests.get(myUrl, headers=header)

What is the difference between ndarray and array in numpy?

I think with np.array() you can only create C like though you mention the order, when you check using np.isfortran() it says false. but with np.ndarrray() when you specify the order it creates based on the order provided.

python pandas extract year from datetime: df['year'] = df['date'].year is not working

When to use dt accessor

A common source of confusion revolves around when to use .year and when to use .dt.year.

The former is an attribute for pd.DatetimeIndex objects; the latter for pd.Series objects. Consider this dataframe:

df = pd.DataFrame({'Dates': pd.to_datetime(['2018-01-01', '2018-10-20', '2018-12-25'])},
                  index=pd.to_datetime(['2000-01-01', '2000-01-02', '2000-01-03']))

The definition of the series and index look similar, but the pd.DataFrame constructor converts them to different types:

type(df.index)     # pandas.tseries.index.DatetimeIndex
type(df['Dates'])  # pandas.core.series.Series

The DatetimeIndex object has a direct year attribute, while the Series object must use the dt accessor. Similarly for month:

df.index.month               # array([1, 1, 1])
df['Dates'].dt.month.values  # array([ 1, 10, 12], dtype=int64)

A subtle but important difference worth noting is that df.index.month gives a NumPy array, while df['Dates'].dt.month gives a Pandas series. Above, we use pd.Series.values to extract the NumPy array representation.

How to Rotate a UIImage 90 degrees?

Simple. Just change the image orientation flag.

UIImage *oldImage = [UIImage imageNamed:@"whatever.jpg"];
UIImageOrientation newOrientation;
switch (oldImage.imageOrientation) {
    case UIImageOrientationUp:
        newOrientation = UIImageOrientationLandscapeLeft;
        break;
    case UIImageOrientationLandscapeLeft:
        newOrientation = UIImageOrientationDown;
        break;
    case UIImageOrientationDown:
        newOrientation = UIImageOrientationLandscapeRight;
        break;
    case UIImageOrientationLandscapeRight:
        newOrientation = UIImageOrientationUp;
        break;
    // you can also handle mirrored orientations similarly ...
}
UIImage *rotatedImage = [UIImage imageWithCGImage:oldImage.CGImage scale:1.0f orientation:newOrientation];

Delete directory with files in it?

You may use Symfony's Filesystem (code):

// composer require symfony/filesystem

use Symfony\Component\Filesystem\Filesystem;

(new Filesystem)->remove($dir);

However I couldn't delete some complex directory structures with this method, so first you should try it to ensure it's working properly.


I could delete the said directory structure using a Windows specific implementation:

$dir = strtr($dir, '/', '\\');
// quotes are important, otherwise one could
// delete "foo" instead of "foo bar"
system('RMDIR /S /Q "'.$dir.'"');


And just for the sake of completeness, here is an old code of mine:

function xrmdir($dir) {
    $items = scandir($dir);
    foreach ($items as $item) {
        if ($item === '.' || $item === '..') {
            continue;
        }
        $path = $dir.'/'.$item;
        if (is_dir($path)) {
            xrmdir($path);
        } else {
            unlink($path);
        }
    }
    rmdir($dir);
}

Linq to Sql: Multiple left outer joins

I figured out how to use multiple left outer joins in VB.NET using LINQ to SQL:

Dim db As New ContractDataContext()

Dim query = From o In db.Orders _
            Group Join v In db.Vendors _
            On v.VendorNumber Equals o.VendorNumber _
            Into ov = Group _
            From x In ov.DefaultIfEmpty() _
            Group Join s In db.Status _
            On s.Id Equals o.StatusId Into os = Group _
            From y In os.DefaultIfEmpty() _
            Where o.OrderNumber >= 100000 And o.OrderNumber <= 200000 _
            Select Vendor_Name = x.Name, _
                   Order_Number = o.OrderNumber, _
                   Status_Name = y.StatusName

How to delete history of last 10 commands in shell?

for h in $(seq $(history | tail -1 | awk '{print $1-N}')  $(history | tail -1 | awk '{print $1}') | tac); do history -d $h; done; history -d $(history | tail -1 | awk '{print $1}')

If you want to delete 10 lines then just change the value of N to 10.

fork and exec in bash

How about:

(sleep 5; echo "Hello World") &

Add column to dataframe with constant value

df['Name']='abc' will add the new column and set all rows to that value:

In [79]:

df
Out[79]:
         Date, Open, High,  Low,  Close
0  01-01-2015,  565,  600,  400,    450
In [80]:

df['Name'] = 'abc'
df
Out[80]:
         Date, Open, High,  Low,  Close Name
0  01-01-2015,  565,  600,  400,    450  abc

What are the rules for casting pointers in C?

You have a pointer to a char. So as your system knows, on that memory address there is a char value on sizeof(char) space. When you cast it up to int*, you will work with data of sizeof(int), so you will print your char and some memory-garbage after it as an integer.

Conditional statement in a one line lambda function in python?

By the time you say rate = lambda whatever... you've defeated the point of lambda and should just define a function. But, if you want a lambda, you can use 'and' and 'or'

lambda(T): (T>200) and (200*exp(-T)) or (400*exp(-T))

What is the purpose of XSD files?

An XSD file is an XML Schema Definition and it is used to provide a standard method of checking that a given XML document conforms to what you expect.

How to handle ListView click in Android

On your list view, use setOnItemClickListener

React Hook "useState" is called in function "app" which is neither a React function component or a custom React Hook function

React components (both functional as well as class) must begin with a capital letter. Like

const App=(props)=><div>Hey</div>

class App extends React.Component{
   render(){
     return <div>Hey</div>
   }
}

React identifies user-defined components by following this semantic. React's JSX transpiles to React.createElement function which returns an object representation of the dom node. The type property of this object tells whether it is a user-defined component or a dom element like div. Therefore it is important to follow this semantics

Since useState hook can only be used inside the functional component(or a custom hook) this is the reason why you are getting the error because react is not able to identify it as a user-defined component in the first place.

useState can also be used inside the custom hooks which is used for the reusability and the abstraction of logic. So according to the rules of hooks, the name of a custom hook must begin with a "use" prefix and must be in a camelCase

How to scroll to specific item using jQuery?

Scroll element to center of container

To bring the element to the center of the container.

DEMO on CODEPEN

JS

function scrollToCenter() {
  var container = $('.container'),
    scrollTo = $('.5');

  container.animate({
    //scrolls to center
    scrollTop: scrollTo.offset().top - container.offset().top + scrollTo.scrollTop() - container.height() / 2
  });
}

HTML

<div class="container">
   <div class="1">
    1
  </div>
  <div class="2">
    2
  </div>
  <div class="3">
    3
  </div>
  <div class="4">
    4
  </div>
  <div class="5">
    5
  </div>
  <div class="6">
    6
  </div>
  <div class="7">
    7
  </div>
  <div class="8">
    8
  </div>
  <div class="9">
    9
  </div>
  <div class="10">
    10
  </div>


</div>
<br>
<br>
<button id="scroll" onclick="scrollToCenter()">
  Scroll
</button>

css

.container {
  height: 60px;
  overflow-y: scroll;
  width 60px;
  background-color: white;
}

It is not exact to the center but you will not recognice it on larger bigger elements.

CSS table layout: why does table-row not accept a margin?

Fiddle

 .row-seperator{
   border-top: solid transparent 50px;
 }

<table>
   <tr><td>Section 1</td></tr>
   <tr><td>row1 1</td></tr>
   <tr><td>row1 2</td></tr>
   <tr>
      <td class="row-seperator">Section 2</td>
   </tr>
   <tr><td>row2 1</td></tr>
   <tr><td>row2 2</td></tr>
</table>


#Outline
Section 1
row1 1
row1 2


Section 2
row2 1
row2 2

this can be another solution

Java program to get the current date without timestamp

You could use

// Format a string containing a date.
import java.util.Calendar;
import java.util.GregorianCalendar;
import static java.util.Calendar.*;

Calendar c = GregorianCalendar.getInstance();
String s = String.format("Duke's Birthday: %1$tm %1$te,%1$tY", c);
// -> s == "Duke's Birthday: May 23, 1995"

Have a look at the Formatter API documentation.

How to specify the default error page in web.xml?

You can also do something like that:

<error-page>
    <error-code>403</error-code>
    <location>/403.html</location>
</error-page>

<error-page>
    <location>/error.html</location>
</error-page>

For error code 403 it will return the page 403.html, and for any other error code it will return the page error.html.

You need to install postgresql-server-dev-X.Y for building a server-side extension or libpq-dev for building a client-side application

I just run this command as a root from terminal and problem is solved,

sudo apt-get install -y postgis postgresql-9.3-postgis-2.1
pip install psycopg2

or

sudo apt-get install libpq-dev python-dev
pip install psycopg2

Express.js Response Timeout

Before you set your routes, add the code:

app.all('*', function(req, res, next) {
    setTimeout(function() {
        next();
    }, 120000); // 120 seconds
});

Where are the Properties.Settings.Default stored?

thanks for pointing me in the right direction. I found user.config located at this monstrosity: c:\users\USER\AppData\Local\COMPANY\APPLICATION.exe_Url_LOOKSLIKESOMEKINDOFHASH\VERSION\user.config.

I had to uprev the version on my application and all the settings seemed to have vanished. application created a new folder with the new version and used the default settings. took forever to find where the file was stored, but then it was a simple copy and paste to get the settings to the new version.

Getting title and meta tags from external website

Now a days, most of the sites add meta tags to their sites providing information about their site or any particular article page. Such as news or blog sites.

I have created a Meta API which gives you required meta data ac like OpenGraph, Schema.Org, etc.

Check it out - https://api.sakiv.com/docs

Does Python have an ordered set?

As others have said, OrderedDict is a superset of an ordered set in terms of functionality, but if you need a set for interacting with an API and don't need it to be mutable, OrderedDict.keys() is actually an implementation abc.collections.Set:

import random
from collections import OrderedDict, abc

a = list(range(0, 100))
random.shuffle(a)

# True
a == list(OrderedDict((i, 0) for i in a).keys())

# True
isinstance(OrderedDict().keys(), abc.Set)   

The caveats are immutability and having to build up the set like a dict, but it's simple and only uses built-ins.

How to Empty Caches and Clean All Targets Xcode 4 and later

You have to be careful about the xib file. I tried all the above and nothing worked for me. I was using custom UIButtons defined in the xib, and realized it might be related to the fact that I had assigned attributes there which were not changing programmatically. If you've defined images or text there, remove them. When I did, my programmatic changes began to take effect.

CSS get height of screen resolution

You actually don't need the screen resolution, what you want is the browser's dimensions because in many cases the the browser is windowed, and even in maximized size the browser won't take 100% of the screen.

what you want is View-port-height and View-port-width:

<div style="height: 50vh;width: 25vw"></div>

this will render a div with 50% of the inner browser's height and 25% of its width.

(to be honest this answer was part of what @Hendrik_Eichler wanted to say, but he only gave a link and didn't address the issue directly)

Convert list of ASCII codes to string (byte array) in Python

I much prefer the array module to the struct module for this kind of tasks (ones involving sequences of homogeneous values):

>>> import array
>>> array.array('B', [17, 24, 121, 1, 12, 222, 34, 76]).tostring()
'\x11\x18y\x01\x0c\xde"L'

no len call, no string manipulation needed, etc -- fast, simple, direct, why prefer any other approach?!

Is it possible to insert HTML content in XML document?

Just put the html tags with there content and add the xmlns attribute with quotes after the equals and in between the quotes is http://www.w3.org/1999/xhtml

Select last row in MySQL

Keep in mind that tables in relational databases are just sets of rows. And sets in mathematics are unordered collections. There is no first or last row; no previous row or next row.

You'll have to sort your set of unordered rows by some field first, and then you are free the iterate through the resultset in the order you defined.

Since you have an auto incrementing field, I assume you want that to be the sorting field. In that case, you may want to do the following:

SELECT    *
FROM      your_table
ORDER BY  your_auto_increment_field DESC
LIMIT     1;

See how we're first sorting the set of unordered rows by the your_auto_increment_field (or whatever you have it called) in descending order. Then we limit the resultset to just the first row with LIMIT 1.

How to Calculate Jump Target Address and Branch Target Address?

I think it would be quite hard to calculate those because the branch target address is determined at run time and that prediction is done in hardware. If you explained the problem a bit more in depth and described what you are trying to do it would be a little easier to help. (:

Vim: faster way to select blocks of text in visual mode

For selecting all in visual: Type Esc to be sure yor are in normal mode

:0 

type ENTER to go to the beginning of file

vG

How does delete[] know it's an array?

Agree that the compiler doesn't know if it is an array or not. It is up to the programmer.

The compiler sometimes keep track of how many objects need to be deleted by over-allocating enough to store the array size, but not always necessary.

For a complete specification when extra storage is allocated, please refer to C++ ABI (how compilers are implemented): Itanium C++ ABI: Array Operator new Cookies

Mocking python function based on input arguments

I've ended up here looking for "how to mock a function based on input arguments" and I finally solved this creating a simple aux function:

def mock_responses(responses, default_response=None):
  return lambda input: responses[input] if input in responses else default_response

Now:

my_mock.foo.side_effect = mock_responses(
  {
    'x': 42, 
    'y': [1,2,3]
  })
my_mock.goo.side_effect = mock_responses(
  {
    'hello': 'world'
  }, 
  default_response='hi')
...

my_mock.foo('x') # => 42
my_mock.foo('y') # => [1,2,3]
my_mock.foo('unknown') # => None

my_mock.goo('hello') # => 'world'
my_mock.goo('ey') # => 'hi'

Hope this will help someone!

WHERE clause on SQL Server "Text" data type

That is not what the error message says. It says that you cannot use the = operator. Try for instance LIKE 'foo'.

Count number of objects in list

Advice for R newcomers like me : beware, the following is a list of a single object :

> mylist <- list (1:10)
> length (mylist)
[1] 1

In such a case you are not looking for the length of the list, but of its first element :

> length (mylist[[1]])
[1] 10

This is a "true" list :

> mylist <- list(1:10, rnorm(25), letters[1:3])
> length (mylist)
[1] 3

Also, it seems that R considers a data.frame as a list :

> df <- data.frame (matrix(0, ncol = 30, nrow = 2))
> typeof (df)
[1] "list"

In such a case you may be interested in ncol() and nrow() rather than length() :

> ncol (df)
[1] 30
> nrow (df)
[1] 2

Though length() will also work (but it's a trick when your data.frame has only one column) :

> length (df)
[1] 30
> length (df[[1]])
[1] 2

Cut off text in string after/before separator in powershell

Using regex, the result is in $matches[1]:

$str = "test.txt ; 131 136 80 89 119 17 60 123 210 121 188 42 136 200 131 198"
$str -match "^(.*?)\s\;"
$matches[1]
test.txt

How do I check if a string is valid JSON in Python?

I would say parsing it is the only way you can really entirely tell. Exception will be raised by python's json.loads() function (almost certainly) if not the correct format. However, the the purposes of your example you can probably just check the first couple of non-whitespace characters...

I'm not familiar with the JSON that facebook sends back, but most JSON strings from web apps will start with a open square [ or curly { bracket. No images formats I know of start with those characters.

Conversely if you know what image formats might show up, you can check the start of the string for their signatures to identify images, and assume you have JSON if it's not an image.

Another simple hack to identify a graphic, rather than a text string, in the case you're looking for a graphic, is just to test for non-ASCII characters in the first couple of dozen characters of the string (assuming the JSON is ASCII).

Chrome - ERR_CACHE_MISS

If you are using WebView in Android developing the problem is that you didn't add uses permission

<uses-permission android:name="android.permission.INTERNET" />

Build a simple HTTP server in C

There is a duplicate with more responses.

One candidate not mentioned yet is spserver.

Javascript isnull

I prefer the style

(results || [, 0]) [1]

How to get the index of an element in an IEnumerable?

Stumbled across this today in a search for answers and I thought I'd add my version to the list (No pun intended). It utlises the null conditional operator of c#6.0

IEnumerable<Item> collection = GetTheCollection();

var index = collection
.Select((item,idx) => new { Item = item, Index = idx })
//or .FirstOrDefault(_ =>  _.Item.Prop == something)
.FirstOrDefault(_ => _.Item == itemToFind)?.Index ?? -1;

I've done some 'racing of the old horses' (testing) and for large collections (~100,000), worst case scenario that item you want is at the end, this is 2x faster than doing ToList().FindIndex(). If the Item you want is in the middle its ~4x faster.

For smaller collections (~10,000) it seems to be only marginally faster

Heres how I tested it https://gist.github.com/insulind/16310945247fcf13ba186a45734f254e

how do I print an unsigned char as hex in c++ using ostream?

Well, this works for me:

std::cout << std::hex << (0xFF & a) << std::endl;

If you just cast (int) as suggested it might add 1s to the left of a if its most significant bit is 1. So making this binary AND operation guarantees the output will have the left bits filled by 0s and also converts it to unsigned int forcing cout to print it as hex.

I hope this helps.

Is if(document.getElementById('something')!=null) identical to if(document.getElementById('something'))?

Yeah. Try this.. lazy evaluation should prohibit the second part of the condition from evaluating when the first part is false/null:

var someval = document.getElementById('something')
if (someval && someval.value <> '') {

Codeigniter $this->input->post() empty while $_POST is working correctly

You are missing the parent constructor. When your controller is loaded you must Call the parent CI_Controller class constructor in your controller constructor

Batch file script to zip files

You're near :)

First, the batch (%%variable) and Windows CMD (%variable) uses different variable naming. Second, i dont figure out how do you use zip from CMD. This is from Linux users i think. Use built-in zip manipulation is not like easy on Win, and even harder with batch scripting.

But you're lucky anyway. I got (extracted to target folder) zip.exe and cygwin1.dll from the cygwin package (3mb filesize both together) and start play with it right now.

Of course, i use CMD for better/faster testing instead batch. Only remember modify the %varname to %%varname before blame me :P

for /d %d in (*) do zip -r %d %d

Explanation: for /d ... that matches any folder inside. Only folder ignoring files. (use for /f to filesmatch) for /d %d in ... the %d tells cmd wich name do you wanna assign to your variable. I put d to match widh d (directory meaning). for /d %d in (*) ... Very important. That suposses that I CD to desired folder, or run from. (*) this will mean all on THIS dir, because we use /d the files are not processed so no need to set a pattern, even if you can get only some folders if you need. You can use absolute paths. Not sure about issues with relatives from batch. for /d %d in (*) do zip -r ... Do ZIP is obvious. (exec zip itself and see the help display to use your custom rules). r- is for recursive, so anyting will be added. for /d %d in (*) do zip -r %d %d The first %d is the zip name. You can try with myzip.zip, but if will fail because if you have 2 or more folders the second cannot gave the name of the first and will not try to overwrite without more params. So, we pass %d to both, wich is the current for iteration folder name zipped into a file with the folder name. Is not neccesary to append ".zip" to name.

Is pretty short than i expected when start to play with.

Center Plot title in ggplot2

The ggeasy package has a function called easy_center_title() to do just that. I find it much more appealing than theme(plot.title = element_text(hjust = 0.5)) and it's so much easier to remember.

ggplot(data = dat, aes(time, total_bill, fill = time)) + 
  geom_bar(colour = "black", fill = "#DD8888", width = .8, stat = "identity") + 
  guides(fill = FALSE) +
  xlab("Time of day") +
  ylab("Total bill") +
  ggtitle("Average bill for 2 people") +
  ggeasy::easy_center_title()

enter image description here

Note that as of writing this answer you will need to install the development version of ggeasy from GitHub to use easy_center_title(). You can do so by running remotes::install_github("jonocarroll/ggeasy").

ValueError: unconverted data remains: 02:05

Well it was very simple. I was missing the format of the date in the json file, so I should write :

st = datetime.strptime(st, '%A %d %B %H %M')

because in the json file the date was like :

"start": "Friday 06 December 02:05",

Omitting the first line from any Linux command output

Pipe it to awk:

awk '{if(NR>1)print}'

or sed

sed -n '1!p'

Detecting iOS orientation change instantly

Add a notifier in the viewWillAppear function

-(void)viewWillAppear:(BOOL)animated{
  [super viewWillAppear:animated];
  [[NSNotificationCenter defaultCenter] addObserver:self  selector:@selector(orientationChanged:)    name:UIDeviceOrientationDidChangeNotification  object:nil];
}

The orientation change notifies this function

- (void)orientationChanged:(NSNotification *)notification{
   [self adjustViewsForOrientation:[[UIApplication sharedApplication] statusBarOrientation]];
}

which in-turn calls this function where the moviePlayerController frame is orientation is handled

- (void) adjustViewsForOrientation:(UIInterfaceOrientation) orientation {

    switch (orientation)
    {
        case UIInterfaceOrientationPortrait:
        case UIInterfaceOrientationPortraitUpsideDown:
        { 
        //load the portrait view    
        }

            break;
        case UIInterfaceOrientationLandscapeLeft:
        case UIInterfaceOrientationLandscapeRight:
        {
        //load the landscape view 
        }
            break;
        case UIInterfaceOrientationUnknown:break;
    }
}

in viewDidDisappear remove the notification

-(void)viewDidDisappear:(BOOL)animated{
   [super viewDidDisappear:animated];
   [[NSNotificationCenter defaultCenter]removeObserver:self name:UIDeviceOrientationDidChangeNotification object:nil];
}

I guess this is the fastest u can have changed the view as per orientation

How to move from one fragment to another fragment on click of an ImageView in Android?

you can move to another fragment by using the FragmentManager transactions. Fragment can not be called like activities,. Fragments exists on the existance of activities.

You can call another fragment by writing the code below:

        FragmentTransaction t = this.getFragmentManager().beginTransaction();
        Fragment mFrag = new MyFragment();
        t.replace(R.id.content_frame, mFrag);
        t.commit();

here "R.id.content_frame" is the id of the layout on which you want to replace the fragment.

you can also add the other fragment incase of replace.

basic authorization command for curl

curl -D- -X GET -H "Authorization: Basic ZnJlZDpmcmVk" -H "Content-Type: application/json" http://localhost:7990/rest/api/1.0/projects

--note

base46 encode =ZnJlZDpmcmVk

AngularJS: How to set a variable inside of a template?

It's not the best answer, but its also an option: since you can concatenate multiple expressions, but just the last one is rendered, you can finish your expression with "" and your variable will be hidden.

So, you could define the variable with:

{{f = forecast[day.iso]; ""}}

Nginx location "not equal to" regex

i was looking for the same. and found this solution.

Use negative regex assertion:

location ~ ^/(?!(favicon\.ico|resources|robots\.txt)) { 
.... # your stuff 
} 

Source Negated Regular Expressions in location

Explanation of Regex :

If URL does not match any of the following path

example.com/favicon.ico
example.com/resources
example.com/robots.txt

Then it will go inside that location block and will process it.

SQL left join vs multiple tables on FROM line?

The JOIN syntax keeps conditions near the table they apply to. This is especially useful when you join a large amount of tables.

By the way, you can do an outer join with the first syntax too:

WHERE a.x = b.x(+)

Or

WHERE a.x *= b.x

Or

WHERE a.x = b.x or a.x not in (select x from b)

Capturing a single image from my webcam in Java or Python

On windows it is easy to interact with your webcam with pygame:

from VideoCapture import Device
cam = Device()
cam.saveSnapshot('image.jpg')

I haven't tried using pygame on linux (all my linux boxen are servers without X), but this link might be helpful http://www.jperla.com/blog/post/capturing-frames-from-a-webcam-on-linux

setContentView(R.layout.main); error

is this already solved?

i also had this problem. I solved it just by cleaning the project.

Project>Clean>Clean projects selected below>Check [your project's name]

Get absolute path to workspace directory in Jenkins Pipeline plugin

"WORKSPACE" environment variable works for the latest version of Jenkins Pipeline. You can use this in your Jenkins file: "${env.WORKSPACE}"

Sample use below:

def files = findFiles glob: '**/reports/*.json'
for (def i=0; i<files.length; i++) {
jsonFilePath = "${files[i].path}"       
jsonPath = "${env.WORKSPACE}" + "/" + jsonFilePath
echo jsonPath

hope that helps!!

On - window.location.hash - Change?

Another great implementation is jQuery History which will use the native onhashchange event if it is supported by the browser, if not it will use an iframe or interval appropriately for the browser to ensure all the expected functionality is successfully emulated. It also provides a nice interface to bind to certain states.

Another project worth noting as well is jQuery Ajaxy which is pretty much an extension for jQuery History to add ajax to the mix. As when you start using ajax with hashes it get's quite complicated!

How to center horizontal table-cell

If you add text-align: center to the declarations for .columns-container then they align centrally:

.columns-container {
    display: table-cell;
    height: 100%;
    width:600px;
    text-align: center;
}

_x000D_
_x000D_
/*************************_x000D_
 * Sticky footer hack_x000D_
 * Source: http://pixelsvsbytes.com/blog/2011/09/sticky-css-footers-the-flexible-way/_x000D_
 ************************/_x000D_
_x000D_
/* Stretching all container's parents to full height */_x000D_
_x000D_
html,_x000D_
body {_x000D_
  height: 100%;_x000D_
  margin: 0;_x000D_
  padding: 0;_x000D_
}_x000D_
/* Setting the container to be a table with maximum width and height */_x000D_
_x000D_
#container {_x000D_
  display: table;_x000D_
  height: 100%;_x000D_
  width: 100%;_x000D_
}_x000D_
/* All sections (container's children) should be table rows with minimal height */_x000D_
_x000D_
.section {_x000D_
  display: table-row;_x000D_
  height: 1px;_x000D_
}_x000D_
/* The last-but-one section should be stretched to automatic height */_x000D_
_x000D_
.section.expand {_x000D_
  height: auto;_x000D_
}_x000D_
/*************************_x000D_
 * Full height columns_x000D_
 ************************/_x000D_
_x000D_
/* We need one extra container, setting it to full width */_x000D_
_x000D_
.columns-container {_x000D_
display: table-cell;_x000D_
height: 100%;_x000D_
width:600px;_x000D_
text-align: center;_x000D_
}_x000D_
/* Creating columns */_x000D_
_x000D_
.column {_x000D_
  /* The float:left won't work for Chrome for some reason, so inline-block */_x000D_
  display: inline-block;_x000D_
  /* for this to work, the .column elements should have NO SPACE BETWEEN THEM */_x000D_
  vertical-align: top;_x000D_
  height: 100%;_x000D_
  width: 100px;_x000D_
}_x000D_
/****************************************************************_x000D_
 * Just some coloring so that we're able to see height of columns_x000D_
 ****************************************************************/_x000D_
_x000D_
header {_x000D_
  background-color: yellow;_x000D_
}_x000D_
#a {_x000D_
  background-color: pink;_x000D_
}_x000D_
#b {_x000D_
  background-color: lightgreen;_x000D_
}_x000D_
#c {_x000D_
  background-color: lightblue;_x000D_
}_x000D_
footer {_x000D_
  background-color: purple;_x000D_
}
_x000D_
<div id="container">_x000D_
  <header class="section">_x000D_
    foo_x000D_
  </header>_x000D_
_x000D_
  <div class="section expand">_x000D_
    <div class="columns-container">_x000D_
      <div class="column" id="a">_x000D_
        <p>Contents A</p>_x000D_
      </div>_x000D_
      <div class="column" id="b">_x000D_
        <p>Contents B</p>_x000D_
      </div>_x000D_
      <div class="column" id="c">_x000D_
        <p>Contents C</p>_x000D_
      </div>_x000D_
    </div>_x000D_
  </div>_x000D_
_x000D_
  <footer class="section">_x000D_
    bar_x000D_
  </footer>_x000D_
</div>
_x000D_
_x000D_
_x000D_

This does, though, require that you reset the .column elements to text-align: left (assuming you want them left-aligned, obviously (JS Fiddle demo).

What is Dispatcher Servlet in Spring?

In Spring MVC, all incoming requests go through a single servlet. This servlet - DispatcherServlet - is the front controller. Front controller is a typical design pattern in the web applications development. In this case, a single servlet receives all requests and transfers them to all other components of the application.

The task of the DispatcherServlet is to send request to the specific Spring MVC controller.

Usually we have a lot of controllers and DispatcherServlet refers to one of the following mappers in order to determine the target controller:

If no configuration is performed, the DispatcherServlet uses BeanNameUrlHandlerMapping and DefaultAnnotationHandlerMapping by default.

When the target controller is identified, the DispatcherServlet sends request to it. The controller performs some work according to the request (or delegate it to the other objects), and returns back to the DispatcherServlet with the Model and the name of the View.

The name of the View is only a logical name. This logical name is then used to search for the actual View (to avoid coupling with the controller and specific View). Then DispatcherServlet refers to the ViewResolver and maps the logical name of the View to the specific implementation of the View.

Some possible Implementations of the ViewResolver are:

When the DispatcherServlet determines the view that will display the results it will be rendered as the response.

Finally, the DispatcherServlet returns the Response object back to the client.

How to sort a dataFrame in python pandas by two or more columns?

As of pandas 0.17.0, DataFrame.sort() is deprecated, and set to be removed in a future version of pandas. The way to sort a dataframe by its values is now is DataFrame.sort_values

As such, the answer to your question would now be

df.sort_values(['b', 'c'], ascending=[True, False], inplace=True)

How to add a named sheet at the end of all Excel sheets?


Try switching the order of your code. You must create the worksheet first in order to name it.

Private Sub CreateSheet()
    Dim ws As Worksheet
    Set ws = Sheets.Add(After:=Sheets(Sheets.Count))
    ws.Name = "Tempo"
End Sub

thanks,

MySQL root access from all hosts

MariaDB running on Raspbian - the file containing bind-address is hard to pinpoint. MariaDB have some not-very-helpful-info on the subject.

I used

# sudo grep -R bind-address /etc 

to locate where the damn thing is.

I also had to set the privileges and hosts in the mysql like everyone above pointed out.

And also had some fun time opening the 3306 port for remote connections to my Raspberry Pi - finally used iptables-persistent.

All works great now.

How to declare std::unique_ptr and what is the use of it?

The constructor of unique_ptr<T> accepts a raw pointer to an object of type T (so, it accepts a T*).

In the first example:

unique_ptr<int> uptr (new int(3));

The pointer is the result of a new expression, while in the second example:

unique_ptr<double> uptr2 (pd);

The pointer is stored in the pd variable.

Conceptually, nothing changes (you are constructing a unique_ptr from a raw pointer), but the second approach is potentially more dangerous, since it would allow you, for instance, to do:

unique_ptr<double> uptr2 (pd);
// ...
unique_ptr<double> uptr3 (pd);

Thus having two unique pointers that effectively encapsulate the same object (thus violating the semantics of a unique pointer).

This is why the first form for creating a unique pointer is better, when possible. Notice, that in C++14 we will be able to do:

unique_ptr<int> p = make_unique<int>(42);

Which is both clearer and safer. Now concerning this doubt of yours:

What is also not clear to me, is how pointers, declared in this way will be different from the pointers declared in a "normal" way.

Smart pointers are supposed to model object ownership, and automatically take care of destroying the pointed object when the last (smart, owning) pointer to that object falls out of scope.

This way you do not have to remember doing delete on objects allocated dynamically - the destructor of the smart pointer will do that for you - nor to worry about whether you won't dereference a (dangling) pointer to an object that has been destroyed already:

{
    unique_ptr<int> p = make_unique<int>(42);
    // Going out of scope...
}
// I did not leak my integer here! The destructor of unique_ptr called delete

Now unique_ptr is a smart pointer that models unique ownership, meaning that at any time in your program there shall be only one (owning) pointer to the pointed object - that's why unique_ptr is non-copyable.

As long as you use smart pointers in a way that does not break the implicit contract they require you to comply with, you will have the guarantee that no memory will be leaked, and the proper ownership policy for your object will be enforced. Raw pointers do not give you this guarantee.

Set a cookie to HttpOnly via Javascript

An HttpOnly cookie means that it's not available to scripting languages like JavaScript. So in JavaScript, there's absolutely no API available to get/set the HttpOnly attribute of the cookie, as that would otherwise defeat the meaning of HttpOnly.

Just set it as such on the server side using whatever server side language the server side is using. If JavaScript is absolutely necessary for this, you could consider to just let it send some (ajax) request with e.g. some specific request parameter which triggers the server side language to create an HttpOnly cookie. But, that would still make it easy for hackers to change the HttpOnly by just XSS and still have access to the cookie via JS and thus make the HttpOnly on your cookie completely useless.

Can IntelliJ IDEA encapsulate all of the functionality of WebStorm and PHPStorm through plugins?

Definitely a great question. I've noted this also as a sub question of the choice for versions within IDEa that this link may help to address...

http://www.jetbrains.com/idea/features/editions_comparison_matrix.html

it as well potentially possesses a ground work for looking at your other IDE choices and the options they provide.

I'm thinking WebStorm is best for JavaScript and Git repo management, meaning the HTML5 CSS Cordova kinds of stacks, which is really where (I believe along with others) the future lies and energies should be focused now... but ya it depends on your needs, etc.

Anyway this tells that story too... http://www.jetbrains.com/products.html

PHP Check for NULL

Use is_null or === operator.

is_null($result['column'])

$result['column'] === NULL

Getting query parameters from react-router hash fragment

update 2017.12.25

"react-router-dom": "^4.2.2"

url like

BrowserHistory: http://localhost:3000/demo-7/detail/2?sort=name

HashHistory: http://localhost:3000/demo-7/#/detail/2?sort=name

with query-string dependency:

this.id = props.match.params.id;
this.searchObj = queryString.parse(props.location.search);
this.from = props.location.state.from;

console.log(this.id, this.searchObj, this.from);

results:

2 {sort: "name"} home


"react-router": "^2.4.1"

Url like http://localhost:8080/react-router01/1?name=novaline&age=26

const queryParams = this.props.location.query;

queryParams is a object contains the query params: {name: novaline, age: 26}

Dialog to pick image from gallery or from camera

I think that's up to you to show that dialog for choosing. For Gallery you'll use that code, and for Camera try this.

Read remote file with node.js (http.get)

http.get(options).on('response', function (response) {
    var body = '';
    var i = 0;
    response.on('data', function (chunk) {
        i++;
        body += chunk;
        console.log('BODY Part: ' + i);
    });
    response.on('end', function () {

        console.log(body);
        console.log('Finished');
    });
});

Changes to this, which works. Any comments?

vba: get unique values from array

Update (6/15/16)

I have created much more thorough benchmarks. First of all, as @ChaimG pointed out, early binding makes a big difference (I originally used @eksortso's code above verbatim which uses late binding). Secondly, my original benchmarks only included the time to create the unique object, however, it did not test the efficiency of using the object. My point in doing this is, it doesn't really matter if I can create an object really fast if the object I create is clunky and slows me down moving forward.

Old Remark: It turns out, that looping over a collection object is highly inefficient

It turns out that looping over a collection can be quite efficient if you know how to do it (I didn't). As @ChaimG (yet again), pointed out in the comments, using a For Each construct is ridiculously superior to simply using a For loop. To give you an idea, before changing the loop construct, the time for Collection2 for the Test Case Size = 10^6 was over 1400s (i.e. ~23 minutes). It is now a meager 0.195s (over 7000x faster).

For the Collection method there are two times. The first (my original benchmark Collection1) show the time to create the unique object. The second part (Collection2) shows the time to loop over the object (which is very natural) to create a returnable array as the other functions do.

In the chart below, a yellow background indicates that it was the fastest for that test case, and red indicates the slowest ("Not Tested" algorithms are excluded). The total time for the Collection method is the sum of Collection1 and Collection2. Turquoise indicates that is was the fastest regardless of original order.

Benchmarks5

Below is the original algorithm I created (I have modified it slightly e.g. I no longer instantiate my own data type). It returns the unique values of an array with the original order in a very respectable time and it can be modified to take on any data type. Outside of the IndexMethod, it is the fastest algorithm for very large arrays.

Here are the main ideas behind this algorithm:

  1. Index the array
  2. Sort by values
  3. Place identical values at the end of the array and subsequently "chop" them off.
  4. Finally, sort by index.

Below is an example:

Let myArray = (86, 100, 33, 19, 33, 703, 19, 100, 703, 19)

    1.  (86, 100, 33, 19, 33, 703, 19, 100, 703, 19)
        (1 ,   2,  3,  4,  5,   6,  7,   8,   9, 10)   <<-- Indexing

    2.  (19, 19, 19, 33, 33, 86, 100, 100, 703, 703)   <<-- sort by values     
        (4,   7, 10,  3,  5,  1,   2,   8,   6,   9)

    3.  (19, 33,  86, 100, 703)   <<-- remove duplicates    
        (4,   3,   1,   2,   6)

    4.  (86, 100,  33, 19, 703)   
        ( 1,   2,   3,  4,   6)   <<-- sort by index

Here is the code:

Function SortingUniqueTest(ByRef myArray() As Long, bOrigIndex As Boolean) As Variant
    Dim MyUniqueArr() As Long, i As Long, intInd As Integer
    Dim StrtTime As Double, Endtime As Double, HighB As Long, LowB As Long

    LowB = LBound(myArray): HighB = UBound(myArray)

    ReDim MyUniqueArr(1 To 2, LowB To HighB)
    intInd = 1 - LowB  'Guarantees the indices span 1 to Lim

    For i = LowB To HighB
        MyUniqueArr(1, i) = myArray(i)
        MyUniqueArr(2, i) = i + intInd
    Next i

    QSLong2D MyUniqueArr, 1, LBound(MyUniqueArr, 2), UBound(MyUniqueArr, 2), 2
    Call UniqueArray2D(MyUniqueArr)
    If bOrigIndex Then QSLong2D MyUniqueArr, 2, LBound(MyUniqueArr, 2), UBound(MyUniqueArr, 2), 2

    SortingUniqueTest = MyUniqueArr()
End Function

Public Sub UniqueArray2D(ByRef myArray() As Long)
    Dim i As Long, j As Long, Count As Long, Count1 As Long, DuplicateArr() As Long
    Dim lngTemp As Long, HighB As Long, LowB As Long
    LowB = LBound(myArray, 2): Count = LowB: i = LowB: HighB = UBound(myArray, 2)

    Do While i < HighB
        j = i + 1
        If myArray(1, i) = myArray(1, j) Then
            Do While myArray(1, i) = myArray(1, j)
                ReDim Preserve DuplicateArr(1 To Count)
                DuplicateArr(Count) = j
                Count = Count + 1
                j = j + 1
                If j > HighB Then Exit Do
            Loop

            QSLong2D myArray, 2, i, j - 1, 2
        End If
        i = j
    Loop

    Count1 = HighB

    If Count > 1 Then
        For i = UBound(DuplicateArr) To LBound(DuplicateArr) Step -1
            myArray(1, DuplicateArr(i)) = myArray(1, Count1)
            myArray(2, DuplicateArr(i)) = myArray(2, Count1)
            Count1 = Count1 - 1
            ReDim Preserve myArray(1 To 2, LowB To Count1)
        Next i
    End If
End Sub

Here is the sorting algorithm I use (more about this algo here).

Sub QSLong2D(ByRef saArray() As Long, bytDim As Byte, lLow1 As Long, lHigh1 As Long, bytNum As Byte)
    Dim lLow2 As Long, lHigh2 As Long
    Dim sKey As Long, sSwap As Long, i As Byte

On Error GoTo ErrorExit

    If IsMissing(lLow1) Then lLow1 = LBound(saArray, bytDim)
    If IsMissing(lHigh1) Then lHigh1 = UBound(saArray, bytDim)
    lLow2 = lLow1
    lHigh2 = lHigh1

    sKey = saArray(bytDim, (lLow1 + lHigh1) \ 2)

    Do While lLow2 < lHigh2
        Do While saArray(bytDim, lLow2) < sKey And lLow2 < lHigh1: lLow2 = lLow2 + 1: Loop
        Do While saArray(bytDim, lHigh2) > sKey And lHigh2 > lLow1: lHigh2 = lHigh2 - 1: Loop

        If lLow2 < lHigh2 Then
            For i = 1 To bytNum
                sSwap = saArray(i, lLow2)
                saArray(i, lLow2) = saArray(i, lHigh2)
                saArray(i, lHigh2) = sSwap
            Next i
        End If

        If lLow2 <= lHigh2 Then
            lLow2 = lLow2 + 1
            lHigh2 = lHigh2 - 1
        End If
    Loop

    If lHigh2 > lLow1 Then QSLong2D saArray(), bytDim, lLow1, lHigh2, bytNum
    If lLow2 < lHigh1 Then QSLong2D saArray(), bytDim, lLow2, lHigh1, bytNum

ErrorExit:

End Sub

Below is a special algorithm that is blazing fast if your data contains integers. It makes use of indexing and the Boolean data type.

Function IndexSort(ByRef myArray() As Long, bOrigIndex As Boolean) As Variant
'' Modified to take both positive and negative integers
    Dim arrVals() As Long, arrSort() As Long, arrBool() As Boolean
    Dim i As Long, HighB As Long, myMax As Long, myMin As Long, OffSet As Long
    Dim LowB As Long, myIndex As Long, count As Long, myRange As Long

    HighB = UBound(myArray)
    LowB = LBound(myArray)

    For i = LowB To HighB
        If myArray(i) > myMax Then myMax = myArray(i)
        If myArray(i) < myMin Then myMin = myArray(i)
    Next i

    OffSet = Abs(myMin)  '' Number that will be added to every element
                         '' to guarantee every index is non-negative

    If myMax > 0 Then
        myRange = myMax + OffSet  '' E.g. if myMax = 10 & myMin = -2, then myRange = 12
    Else
        myRange = OffSet
    End If

    If bOrigIndex Then
        ReDim arrSort(1 To 2, 1 To HighB)
        ReDim arrVals(1 To 2, 0 To myRange)
        ReDim arrBool(0 To myRange)

        For i = LowB To HighB
            myIndex = myArray(i) + OffSet
            arrBool(myIndex) = True
            arrVals(1, myIndex) = myArray(i)
            If arrVals(2, myIndex) = 0 Then arrVals(2, myIndex) = i
        Next i

        For i = 0 To myRange
            If arrBool(i) Then
                count = count + 1
                arrSort(1, count) = arrVals(1, i)
                arrSort(2, count) = arrVals(2, i)
            End If
        Next i

        QSLong2D arrSort, 2, 1, count, 2
        ReDim Preserve arrSort(1 To 2, 1 To count)
    Else
        ReDim arrSort(1 To HighB)
        ReDim arrVals(0 To myRange)
        ReDim arrBool(0 To myRange)

        For i = LowB To HighB
            myIndex = myArray(i) + OffSet
            arrBool(myIndex) = True
            arrVals(myIndex) = myArray(i)
        Next i

        For i = 0 To myRange
            If arrBool(i) Then
                count = count + 1
                arrSort(count) = arrVals(i)
            End If
        Next i

        ReDim Preserve arrSort(1 To count)
    End If

    ReDim arrVals(0)
    ReDim arrBool(0)

    IndexSort = arrSort
End Function

Here are the Collection (by @DocBrown) and Dictionary (by @eksortso) Functions.

Function CollectionTest(ByRef arrIn() As Long, Lim As Long) As Variant
    Dim arr As New Collection, a, i As Long, arrOut() As Variant, aFirstArray As Variant
    Dim StrtTime As Double, EndTime1 As Double, EndTime2 As Double, count As Long
On Error Resume Next

    ReDim arrOut(1 To UBound(arrIn))
    ReDim aFirstArray(1 To UBound(arrIn))

    StrtTime = Timer
    For i = 1 To UBound(arrIn): aFirstArray(i) = CStr(arrIn(i)): Next i '' Convert to string
    For Each a In aFirstArray               ''' This part is actually creating the unique set
        arr.Add a, a
    Next
    EndTime1 = Timer - StrtTime

    StrtTime = Timer         ''' This part is writing back to an array for return
    For Each a In arr: count = count + 1: arrOut(count) = a: Next a
    EndTime2 = Timer - StrtTime
    CollectionTest = Array(arrOut, EndTime1, EndTime2)
End Function

Function DictionaryTest(ByRef myArray() As Long, Lim As Long) As Variant
    Dim StrtTime As Double, Endtime As Double
    Dim d As Scripting.Dictionary, i As Long  '' Early Binding
    Set d = New Scripting.Dictionary
    For i = LBound(myArray) To UBound(myArray): d(myArray(i)) = 1: Next i
    DictionaryTest = d.Keys()
End Function

Here is the Direct approach provided by @IsraelHoletz.

Function ArrayUnique(ByRef aArrayIn() As Long) As Variant
    Dim aArrayOut() As Variant, bFlag As Boolean, vIn As Variant, vOut As Variant
    Dim i As Long, j As Long, k As Long
    ReDim aArrayOut(LBound(aArrayIn) To UBound(aArrayIn))
    i = LBound(aArrayIn)
    j = i

    For Each vIn In aArrayIn
        For k = j To i - 1
            If vIn = aArrayOut(k) Then bFlag = True: Exit For
        Next
        If Not bFlag Then aArrayOut(i) = vIn: i = i + 1
        bFlag = False
    Next

    If i <> UBound(aArrayIn) Then ReDim Preserve aArrayOut(LBound(aArrayIn) To i - 1)
    ArrayUnique = aArrayOut
End Function

Function DirectTest(ByRef aArray() As Long, Lim As Long) As Variant
    Dim aReturn() As Variant
    Dim StrtTime As Long, Endtime As Long, i As Long
    aReturn = ArrayUnique(aArray)
    DirectTest = aReturn
End Function

Here is the benchmark function that compares all of the functions. You should note that the last two cases are handled a little bit different because of memory issues. Also note, that I didn't test the Collection method for the Test Case Size = 10,000,000. For some reason, it was returning incorrect results and behaving unusual (I'm guessing the collection object has a limit on how many things you can put in it. I searched and I couldn't find any literature on this).

Function UltimateTest(Lim As Long, bTestDirect As Boolean, bTestDictionary, bytCase As Byte) As Variant

    Dim dictionTest, collectTest, sortingTest1, indexTest1, directT '' all variants
    Dim arrTest() As Long, i As Long, bEquality As Boolean, SizeUnique As Long
    Dim myArray() As Long, StrtTime As Double, EndTime1 As Variant
    Dim EndTime2 As Double, EndTime3 As Variant, EndTime4 As Double
    Dim EndTime5 As Double, EndTime6 As Double, sortingTest2, indexTest2

    ReDim myArray(1 To Lim): Rnd (-2)   '' If you want to test negative numbers, 
    '' insert this to the left of CLng(Int(Lim... : (-1) ^ (Int(2 * Rnd())) *
    For i = LBound(myArray) To UBound(myArray): myArray(i) = CLng(Int(Lim * Rnd() + 1)): Next i
    arrTest = myArray

    If bytCase = 1 Then
        If bTestDictionary Then
            StrtTime = Timer: dictionTest = DictionaryTest(arrTest, Lim): EndTime1 = Timer - StrtTime
        Else
            EndTime1 = "Not Tested"
        End If

        arrTest = myArray
        collectTest = CollectionTest(arrTest, Lim)

        arrTest = myArray
        StrtTime = Timer: sortingTest1 = SortingUniqueTest(arrTest, True): EndTime2 = Timer - StrtTime
        SizeUnique = UBound(sortingTest1, 2)

        If bTestDirect Then
            arrTest = myArray: StrtTime = Timer: directT = DirectTest(arrTest, Lim): EndTime3 = Timer - StrtTime
        Else
            EndTime3 = "Not Tested"
        End If

        arrTest = myArray
        StrtTime = Timer: indexTest1 = IndexSort(arrTest, True): EndTime4 = Timer - StrtTime

        arrTest = myArray
        StrtTime = Timer: sortingTest2 = SortingUniqueTest(arrTest, False): EndTime5 = Timer - StrtTime

        arrTest = myArray
        StrtTime = Timer: indexTest2 = IndexSort(arrTest, False): EndTime6 = Timer - StrtTime

        bEquality = True
        For i = LBound(sortingTest1, 2) To UBound(sortingTest1, 2)
            If Not CLng(collectTest(0)(i)) = sortingTest1(1, i) Then
                bEquality = False
                Exit For
            End If
        Next i

        For i = LBound(dictionTest) To UBound(dictionTest)
            If Not dictionTest(i) = sortingTest1(1, i + 1) Then
                bEquality = False
                Exit For
            End If
        Next i

        For i = LBound(dictionTest) To UBound(dictionTest)
            If Not dictionTest(i) = indexTest1(1, i + 1) Then
                bEquality = False
                Exit For
            End If
        Next i

        If bTestDirect Then
            For i = LBound(dictionTest) To UBound(dictionTest)
                If Not dictionTest(i) = directT(i + 1) Then
                    bEquality = False
                    Exit For
                End If
            Next i
        End If

        UltimateTest = Array(bEquality, EndTime1, EndTime2, EndTime3, EndTime4, _
                        EndTime5, EndTime6, collectTest(1), collectTest(2), SizeUnique)
    ElseIf bytCase = 2 Then
        arrTest = myArray
        collectTest = CollectionTest(arrTest, Lim)
        UltimateTest = Array(collectTest(1), collectTest(2))
    ElseIf bytCase = 3 Then
        arrTest = myArray
        StrtTime = Timer: sortingTest1 = SortingUniqueTest(arrTest, True): EndTime2 = Timer - StrtTime
        SizeUnique = UBound(sortingTest1, 2)
        UltimateTest = Array(EndTime2, SizeUnique)
    ElseIf bytCase = 4 Then
        arrTest = myArray
        StrtTime = Timer: indexTest1 = IndexSort(arrTest, True): EndTime4 = Timer - StrtTime
        UltimateTest = EndTime4
    ElseIf bytCase = 5 Then
        arrTest = myArray
        StrtTime = Timer: sortingTest2 = SortingUniqueTest(arrTest, False): EndTime5 = Timer - StrtTime
        UltimateTest = EndTime5
    ElseIf bytCase = 6 Then
        arrTest = myArray
        StrtTime = Timer: indexTest2 = IndexSort(arrTest, False): EndTime6 = Timer - StrtTime
        UltimateTest = EndTime6
    End If

End Function

And finally, here is the sub that produces the table above.

Sub GetBenchmarks()
    Dim myVar, i As Long, TestCases As Variant, j As Long, temp

    TestCases = Array(1000, 5000, 10000, 20000, 50000, 100000, 200000, 500000, 1000000, 2000000, 5000000, 10000000)

    For j = 0 To 11
        If j < 6 Then
            myVar = UltimateTest(CLng(TestCases(j)), True, True, 1)
        ElseIf j < 10 Then
            myVar = UltimateTest(CLng(TestCases(j)), False, True, 1)
        ElseIf j < 11 Then
            myVar = Array("Not Tested", "Not Tested", 0.1, "Not Tested", 0.1, 0.1, 0.1, 0, 0, 0)
            temp = UltimateTest(CLng(TestCases(j)), False, False, 2)
            myVar(7) = temp(0): myVar(8) = temp(1)
            temp = UltimateTest(CLng(TestCases(j)), False, False, 3)
            myVar(2) = temp(0): myVar(9) = temp(1)
            myVar(4) = UltimateTest(CLng(TestCases(j)), False, False, 4)
            myVar(5) = UltimateTest(CLng(TestCases(j)), False, False, 5)
            myVar(6) = UltimateTest(CLng(TestCases(j)), False, False, 6)
        Else
            myVar = Array("Not Tested", "Not Tested", 0.1, "Not Tested", 0.1, 0.1, 0.1, "Not Tested", "Not Tested", 0)
            temp = UltimateTest(CLng(TestCases(j)), False, False, 3)
            myVar(2) = temp(0): myVar(9) = temp(1)
            myVar(4) = UltimateTest(CLng(TestCases(j)), False, False, 4)
            myVar(5) = UltimateTest(CLng(TestCases(j)), False, False, 5)
            myVar(6) = UltimateTest(CLng(TestCases(j)), False, False, 6)
        End If

        Cells(4 + j, 6) = TestCases(j)
        For i = 1 To 9: Cells(4 + j, 6 + i) = myVar(i - 1): Next i
        Cells(4 + j, 17) = myVar(9)
    Next j
End Sub

Summary
From the table of results, we can see that the Dictionary method works really well for cases less than about 500,000, however, after that, the IndexMethod really starts to dominate. You will notice that when order doesn't matter and your data is made up of positive integers, there is no comparison to the IndexMethod algorithm (it returns the unique values from an array containing 10 million elements in less than 1 sec!!! Incredible!). Below I have a breakdown of which algorithm is preferred in various cases.

Case 1
Your Data contains integers (i.e. whole numbers, both positive and negative): IndexMethod

Case 2
Your Data contains non-integers (i.e. variant, double, string, etc.) with less than 200000 elements: Dictionary Method

Case 3
Your Data contains non-integers (i.e. variant, double, string, etc.) with more than 200000 elements: Collection Method

If you had to choose one algorithm, in my opinion, the Collection method is still the best as it only requires a few lines of code, it's super general, and it's fast enough.

Removing all unused references from a project in Visual Studio projects

For anybody coming here looking for Visual studio 2012:

Download and Install Reference Assistant for Visual Studio 11

Later you can do:

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Search and replace part of string in database

I was just faced with a similar problem. I exported the contents of the db into one sql file and used TextEdit to find and replace everything I needed. Simplicity ftw!

Array to Hash Ruby

You could try like this, for single array

irb(main):019:0> a = ["item 1", "item 2", "item 3", "item 4"]
  => ["item 1", "item 2", "item 3", "item 4"]
irb(main):020:0> Hash[*a]
  => {"item 1"=>"item 2", "item 3"=>"item 4"}

for array of array

irb(main):022:0> a = [[1, 2], [3, 4]]
  => [[1, 2], [3, 4]]
irb(main):023:0> Hash[*a.flatten]
  => {1=>2, 3=>4}

How to render html with AngularJS templates

To do this, I use a custom filter.

In my app:

myApp.filter('rawHtml', ['$sce', function($sce){
  return function(val) {
    return $sce.trustAsHtml(val);
  };
}]);

Then, in the view:

<h1>{{ stuff.title}}</h1>

<div ng-bind-html="stuff.content | rawHtml"></div>

How can I break from a try/catch block without throwing an exception in Java

Various ways:

  • return
  • break or continue when in a loop
  • break to label when in a labeled statement (see @aioobe's example)
  • break when in a switch statement.

...

  • System.exit() ... though that's probably not what you mean.

In my opinion, "break to label" is the most natural (least contorted) way to do this if you just want to get out of a try/catch. But it could be confusing to novice Java programmers who have never encountered that Java construct.

But while labels are obscure, in my opinion wrapping the code in a do ... while (false) so that you can use a break is a worse idea. This will confuse non-novices as well as novices. It is better for novices (and non-novices!) to learn about labeled statements.


By the way, return works in the case where you need to break out of a finally. But you should avoid doing a return in a finally block because the semantics are a bit confusing, and liable to give the reader a headache.

Use LIKE %..% with field values in MySQL

  SELECT t1.a, t2.b
  FROM t1
  JOIN t2 ON t1.a LIKE '%'+t2.b +'%'

because the last answer not work

jquery, find next element by class

Given a first selector: SelectorA, you can find the next match of SelectorB as below:

Example with mouseover to change border-with:

$("SelectorA").on("mouseover", function() {
    var i = $(this).find("SelectorB")[0];
    $(i).css({"border" : "1px"});
    });
}

General use example to change border-with:

var i = $("SelectorA").find("SelectorB")[0];
$(i).css({"border" : "1px"});

cmake and libpthread

Here is the right anwser:

ADD_EXECUTABLE(your_executable ${source_files})

TARGET_LINK_LIBRARIES( your_executable
pthread
)

equivalent to

-lpthread

Loading PictureBox Image from resource file with path (Part 3)

Ok...so first you need to import the image into your project.

1) Select the PictureBox in the Form Design View

2) Open PictureBox Tasks
(it's the little arrow printed to right on the edge of the PictureBox)

3) Click on "Choose image..."

4) Select the second option "Project resource file:"
(this option will create a folder called "Resources" which you can access with Properties.Resources)

5) Click on "Import..." and select your image from your computer
(now a copy of the image will be saved in "Resources" folder created at step 4)

6) Click on "OK"

Now the image is in your project and you can use it with the Properties command. Just type this code when you want to change the picture in the PictureBox:

pictureBox1.Image = Properties.Resources.MyImage;

Note:
MyImage represent the name of the image...
After typing "Properties.Resources.", all imported image files are displayed...

How to get the full url in Express?

I use the node package 'url' (npm install url)

What it does is when you call

url.parse(req.url, true, true)

it will give you the possibility to retrieve all or parts of the url. More info here: https://github.com/defunctzombie/node-url

I used it in the following way to get whatever comes after the / in http://www.example.com/ to use as a variable and pull up a particular profile (kind of like facebook: http://www.facebook.com/username)

    var url = require('url');
    var urlParts = url.parse(req.url, true, true);
    var pathname = urlParts.pathname;
    var username = pathname.slice(1);

Though for this to work, you have to create your route this way in your server.js file:

self.routes['/:username'] = require('./routes/users');

And set your route file this way:

router.get('/:username', function(req, res) {
 //here comes the url parsing code
}

Get ASCII value at input word

char (with a lower-case c) is a numeric type. It already holds the ascii value of the char. Just cast it to an integer to display it as a numeric value rather than a textual value:

System.out.println("char " + ch + " has the following value : " + (int) ch);

Is string in array?

Just use the already built-in Contains() method:

using System.Linq;

//...

string[] array = { "foo", "bar" };
if (array.Contains("foo")) {
    //...
}

.crx file install in chrome

I had a similar issue where I was not able to either install a CRX file into Chrome.

It turns out that since I had my Downloads folder set to a network mapped drive, it would not allow Chrome to install any extensions and would either do nothing (drag and drop on Chrome) or ask me to download the extension (if I clicked a link from the Web Store).

Setting the Downloads folder to a local disk directory instead of a network directory allowed extensions to be installed.

Running: 20.0.1132.57 m

How to write DataFrame to postgres table?

Starting from pandas 0.14 (released end of May 2014), postgresql is supported. The sql module now uses sqlalchemy to support different database flavors. You can pass a sqlalchemy engine for a postgresql database (see docs). E.g.:

from sqlalchemy import create_engine
engine = create_engine('postgresql://username:password@localhost:5432/mydatabase')
df.to_sql('table_name', engine)

You are correct that in pandas up to version 0.13.1 postgresql was not supported. If you need to use an older version of pandas, here is a patched version of pandas.io.sql: https://gist.github.com/jorisvandenbossche/10841234.
I wrote this a time ago, so cannot fully guarantee that it always works, buth the basis should be there). If you put that file in your working directory and import it, then you should be able to do (where con is a postgresql connection):

import sql  # the patched version (file is named sql.py)
sql.write_frame(df, 'table_name', con, flavor='postgresql')

groovy.lang.MissingPropertyException: No such property: jenkins for class: groovy.lang.Binding

As pointed out by @Jayan in another post, the solution was to do the following

import jenkins.model.*
jenkins = Jenkins.instance

Then I was able to do the rest of my scripting the way it was.

How to change default install location for pip

Open Terminal and type:

pip config set global.target /Users/Bob/Library/Python/3.8/lib/python/site-packages

except instead of

/Users/Bob/Library/Python/3.8/lib/python/site-packages

you would use whatever directory you want.

Read file from aws s3 bucket using node fs

This will do it:

new AWS.S3().getObject({ Bucket: this.awsBucketName, Key: keyName }, function(err, data)
{
    if (!err)
        console.log(data.Body.toString());
});

How to get the absolute path to the public_html folder?

Where is the file that you're running? If it is in your public html folder, you can do echo dirname(__FILE__);

How to toggle boolean state of react component?

Since nobody posted this, I am posting the correct answer. If your new state update depends on the previous state, always use the functional form of setState which accepts as argument a function that returns a new state.

In your case:

this.setState(prevState => ({
  check: !prevState.check
}));

See docs


Since this answer is becoming popular, adding the approach that should be used for React Hooks (v16.8+):

If you are using the useState hook, then use the following code (in case your new state depends on the previous state):

const [check, setCheck] = useState(false);
// ...
setCheck(prevCheck => !prevCheck);

Building a fat jar using maven

You can use the maven-shade-plugin.

After configuring the shade plugin in your build the command mvn package will create one single jar with all dependencies merged into it.

Is there a standard sign function (signum, sgn) in C/C++?

The accepted Answer with the overload below does indeed not trigger -Wtype-limits.

template <typename T> inline constexpr
  int signum(T x, std::false_type) {
  return T(0) < x;
}

template <typename T> inline constexpr
  int signum(T x, std::true_type) {
  return (T(0) < x) - (x < T(0));
}

template <typename T> inline constexpr
  int signum(T x) {
  return signum(x, std::is_signed<T>());
}

For C++11 an alternative could be.

template <typename T>
typename std::enable_if<std::is_unsigned<T>::value, int>::type
inline constexpr signum(T const x) {
    return T(0) < x;  
}

template <typename T>
typename std::enable_if<std::is_signed<T>::value, int>::type
inline constexpr signum(T const x) {
    return (T(0) < x) - (x < T(0));  
}

For me it does not trigger any warnings on GCC 5.3.1.

Commit only part of a file in Git

I would strongly recommend using SourceTree from Atlassian. (It's free.) It makes this trivial. You can stage individual hunks of code or individual lines of code quickly and easily.

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How to restore default perspective settings in Eclipse IDE

1 - Go to window . 2 - Go to Perspective and click . 3 - Go to Reset Perspective. 4 - Then you will find Eclipse all reset option.

How can I configure my makefile for debug and release builds?

You can use Target-specific Variable Values. Example:

CXXFLAGS = -g3 -gdwarf2
CCFLAGS = -g3 -gdwarf2

all: executable

debug: CXXFLAGS += -DDEBUG -g
debug: CCFLAGS += -DDEBUG -g
debug: executable

executable: CommandParser.tab.o CommandParser.yy.o Command.o
    $(CXX) -o output CommandParser.yy.o CommandParser.tab.o Command.o -lfl

CommandParser.yy.o: CommandParser.l 
    flex -o CommandParser.yy.c CommandParser.l
    $(CC) -c CommandParser.yy.c

Remember to use $(CXX) or $(CC) in all your compile commands.

Then, 'make debug' will have extra flags like -DDEBUG and -g where as 'make' will not.

On a side note, you can make your Makefile a lot more concise like other posts had suggested.

Better way to shuffle two numpy arrays in unison

X = np.array([[1., 0.], [2., 1.], [0., 0.]])
y = np.array([0, 1, 2])
from sklearn.utils import shuffle
X, y = shuffle(X, y, random_state=0)

To learn more, see http://scikit-learn.org/stable/modules/generated/sklearn.utils.shuffle.html

How to handle "Uncaught (in promise) DOMException: play() failed because the user didn't interact with the document first." on Desktop with Chrome 66?

Try to use mousemove event lisentner

var audio = document.createElement("AUDIO")
document.body.appendChild(audio);
audio.src = "./audio/rain.m4a"

document.body.addEventListener("mousemove", function () {
    audio.play()
})

nginx: how to create an alias url route?

server {
  server_name example.com;
  root /path/to/root;
  location / {
    # bla bla
  }
  location /demo {
    alias /path/to/root/production/folder/here;
  }
}

If you need to use try_files inside /demo you'll need to replace alias with a root and do a rewrite because of the bug explained here

Pythonically add header to a csv file

The DictWriter() class expects dictionaries for each row. If all you wanted to do was write an initial header, use a regular csv.writer() and pass in a simple row for the header:

import csv

with open('combined_file.csv', 'w', newline='') as outcsv:
    writer = csv.writer(outcsv)
    writer.writerow(["Date", "temperature 1", "Temperature 2"])

    with open('t1.csv', 'r', newline='') as incsv:
        reader = csv.reader(incsv)
        writer.writerows(row + [0.0] for row in reader)

    with open('t2.csv', 'r', newline='') as incsv:
        reader = csv.reader(incsv)
        writer.writerows(row[:1] + [0.0] + row[1:] for row in reader)

The alternative would be to generate dictionaries when copying across your data:

import csv

with open('combined_file.csv', 'w', newline='') as outcsv:
    writer = csv.DictWriter(outcsv, fieldnames = ["Date", "temperature 1", "Temperature 2"])
    writer.writeheader()

    with open('t1.csv', 'r', newline='') as incsv:
        reader = csv.reader(incsv)
        writer.writerows({'Date': row[0], 'temperature 1': row[1], 'temperature 2': 0.0} for row in reader)

    with open('t2.csv', 'r', newline='') as incsv:
        reader = csv.reader(incsv)
        writer.writerows({'Date': row[0], 'temperature 1': 0.0, 'temperature 2': row[1]} for row in reader)

How to remove a package from Laravel using composer?

**

use "composer remove vendor/package"

** This is Example: Install / Add Pakage

composer require firebear/importexportfree

Uninsall / Remove

composer remove firebear/importexportfree

Finaly after removing:

php -f bin/magento setup:upgrade

php bin/magento setup:static-content:deploy –f

php bin/magento indexer:reindex 

php -f bin/magento cache:clean

Append an empty row in dataframe using pandas

You can also use:

your_dataframe.insert(loc=0, value=np.nan, column="")

where loc is your empty row index.

Correct MIME Type for favicon.ico?

I have noticed that when using type="image/vnd.microsoft.icon", the favicon fails to appear when the browser is not connected to the internet. But type="image/x-icon" works whether the browser can connect to the internet, or not. When developing, at times I am not connected to the internet.

Python Threading String Arguments

You're trying to create a tuple, but you're just parenthesizing a string :)

Add an extra ',':

dRecieved = connFile.readline()
processThread = threading.Thread(target=processLine, args=(dRecieved,))  # <- note extra ','
processThread.start()

Or use brackets to make a list:

dRecieved = connFile.readline()
processThread = threading.Thread(target=processLine, args=[dRecieved])  # <- 1 element list
processThread.start()

If you notice, from the stack trace: self.__target(*self.__args, **self.__kwargs)

The *self.__args turns your string into a list of characters, passing them to the processLine function. If you pass it a one element list, it will pass that element as the first argument - in your case, the string.

Python: Making a beep noise

There's a Windows answer, and a Debian answer, so here's a Mac one:

This assumes you're just here looking for a quick way to make a customisable alert sound, and not specifically the piezeoelectric beep you get on Windows:

os.system( "say beep" )

Disclaimer: You can replace os.system with a call to the subprocess module if you're worried about someone hacking on your beep code.

See: How to make the hardware beep sound in Mac OS X 10.6

Returning Arrays in Java

If you want to use the numbers method, you need an int array to store the returned value.

public static void main(String[] args){
    int[] someNumbers = numbers();
    //do whatever you want with them...
    System.out.println(Arrays.toString(someNumbers));
}

link_to image tag. how to add class to a tag

To respond to your updated question, according to http://api.rubyonrails.org/classes/ActionView/Helpers/UrlHelper.html...

Be careful when using the older argument style, as an extra literal hash is needed:

  link_to "Articles", { :controller => "articles" }, :id => "news", :class => "article"
  # => <a href="/articles" class="article" id="news">Articles</a>

Leaving the hash off gives the wrong link:

  link_to "WRONG!", :controller => "articles", :id => "news", :class => "article"
  # => <a href="/articles/index/news?class=article">WRONG!</a>

is inaccessible due to its protection level

The reason being you can not access protected member data through the instance of the class.

Reason why it is not allowed is explained in this blog

The Eclipse executable launcher was unable to locate its companion launcher jar windows

I got this error because on Windows the Zend Studio Icon in the Start Menu was still pointing at the previous version of Zend Studio. Once I changed the target to the new path, the error went away.

How to align matching values in two columns in Excel, and bring along associated values in other columns

Skip all of this. Download Microsoft FUZZY LOOKUP add in. Create tables using your columns. Create a new worksheet. INPUT tables into the tool. Click all corresponding columns check boxes. Use slider for exact matches. HIT go and wait for the magic.

How to find the number of days between two dates

You would use DATEDIFF:

declare @start datetime
declare @end datetime

set @start = '2011-01-01'
set @end = '2012-01-01'

select DATEDIFF(d, @start, @end)

results = 365

so for your query:

SELECT dtCreated
    , bActive
    , dtLastPaymentAttempt
    , dtLastUpdated
    , dtLastVisit
    , DATEDIFF(d, dtCreated, dtLastUpdated) as Difference
FROM Customers
WHERE (bActive = 'true') 
    AND (dtLastUpdated > CONVERT(DATETIME, '2012-01-0100:00:00', 102))

Adding 'serial' to existing column in Postgres

You can also use START WITH to start a sequence from a particular point, although setval accomplishes the same thing, as in Euler's answer, eg,

SELECT MAX(a) + 1 FROM foo;
CREATE SEQUENCE foo_a_seq START WITH 12345; -- replace 12345 with max above
ALTER TABLE foo ALTER COLUMN a SET DEFAULT nextval('foo_a_seq');

Cleanest way to reset forms

For just to reset the form use reset() method. It resets the form but you could get issue such as validation errors - ex: Name is required

To solve this use resetForm() method. It resets the form and also resets the submit status solving your issue.

The resetForm() method is actually calling reset() method and additionally it is resetting the submit status.

Is it necessary to assign a string to a variable before comparing it to another?

if ([statusString isEqualToString:@"Wrong"]) {
    // do something
}

How do you push a Git tag to a branch using a refspec?

It is probably failing because 1.0.0 is an annotated tag. Perhaps you saw the following error message:

error: Trying to write non-commit object to branch refs/heads/master

Annotated tags have their own distinct type of object that points to the tagged commit object. Branches can not usefully point to tag objects, only commit objects. You need to “peel” the annotated tag back to commit object and push that instead.

git push production +1.0.0^{commit}:master
git push production +1.0.0~0:master          # shorthand

There is another syntax that would also work in this case, but it means something slightly different if the tag object points to something other than a commit (or a tag object that points to (a tag object that points to a …) a commit).

git push production +1.0.0^{}:master

These tag peeling syntaxes are described in git-rev-parse(1) under Specifying Revisions.

What is the correct way to restore a deleted file from SVN?

Use the Tortoise SVN copy functionality to revert commited changes:

  1. Right click the parent folder that contains the deleted files/folder
  2. Select the "show log"
  3. Select and right click on the version before which the changes/deleted was done
  4. Select the "browse repository"
  5. Select the file/folder which needs to be restored and right click
  6. Select "copy to" which will copy the files/folders to the head revision

Hope that helps

Get underlined text with Markdown

Another reason is that <u> tags are deprecated in XHTML and HTML5, so it would need to produce something like <span style="text-decoration:underline">this</span>. (IMHO, if <u> is deprecated, so should be <b> and <i>.) Note that Markdown produces <strong> and <em> instead of <b> and <i>, respectively, which explains the purpose of the text therein instead of its formatting. Formatting should be handled by stylesheets.

Update: The <u> element is no longer deprecated in HTML5.

Intellij Idea: Importing Gradle project - getting JAVA_HOME not defined yet

Try starting IntelliJ from terminal. You can find application file under: /Applications/IntelliJ\ IDEA\ 14.app/Contents/MacOS

HTML5 event handling(onfocus and onfocusout) using angular 2

<input name="date" type="text" (focus)="focusFunction()" (focusout)="focusOutFunction()">

works for me from Pardeep Jain

Date Comparison using Java

private boolean checkDateLimit() {

    long CurrentDateInMilisecond = System.currentTimeMillis(); // Date 1
    long Date1InMilisecond = Date1.getTimeInMillis(); //Date2

    if (CurrentDateInMilisecond <= Date1InMilisecond) {
        return true;
    } else {
        return false;
    }

}

// Convert both date into milisecond value .

How to read a list of files from a folder using PHP?

You can use standard directory functions

$dir = opendir('/tmp');
while ($file = readdir($dir)) {
    if ($file == '.' || $file == '..') {
        continue;
    }

    echo $file;
}
closedir($dir);

How to change button text or link text in JavaScript?

You can simply use:

document.getElementById(button_id).innerText = 'Your text here';

If you want to use HTML formatting, use the innerHTML property instead.

When to use which design pattern?

I completely agree with @Peter Rasmussen.

Design patterns provide general solution to commonly occurring design problem.

I would like you to follow below approach.

  1. Understand intent of each pattern
  2. Understand checklist or use case of each pattern
  3. Think of solution to your problem and check if your solution falls into checklist of particular pattern
  4. If not, simply ignore the design-patterns and write your own solution.

Useful links:

sourcemaking : Explains intent, structure and checklist beautifully in multiple languages including C++ and Java

wikipedia : Explains structure, UML diagram and working examples in multiple languages including C# and Java .

Check list and Rules of thumb in each sourcemakding design-pattern provides alram bell you are looking for.

syntaxerror: unexpected character after line continuation character in python

Replace

f = open(D\\python\\HW\\2_1 - Copy.cp,"r");

by

f = open("D:\\python\\HW\\2_1 - Copy.cp", "r")

  1. File path needs to be a string (constant)
  2. need colon in Windows file path
  3. space after comma for better style
  4. ; after statement is allowed but fugly.

What tutorial are you using?

Reset select value to default

You can use the data attribute of the select element

<select id="my_select" data-default-value="b">
    <option value="a">a</option>
    <option value="b" selected="selected">b</option>
    <option value="c">c</option>
</select>

Your JavaScript,

$("#reset").on("click", function () {
    $("#my_select").val($("#my_select").data("default-value"));
});

http://jsfiddle.net/T8sCf/10/

UPDATE


If you don't know the default selection and if you cannot update the html, add following code in the dom ready ,

$("#my_select").data("default-value",$("#my_select").val());

http://jsfiddle.net/T8sCf/24/

Creating default object from empty value in PHP?

This problem is caused because your are assigning to an instance of object which is not initiated. For eg:

Your case:

$user->email = '[email protected]';

Solution:

$user = new User;
$user->email = '[email protected]';

How to check if a double value has no decimal part

either ceil and floor should give the same out out put

Math.ceil(x.y) == Math.floor(x.y)

or simply check for equality with double value

x.y == Math.ceil(x.y)
x.y == Math.floor(x.y)

or

Math.round(x.y) == x.y

How do I undo a checkout in git?

Try this first:

git checkout master

(If you're on a different branch than master, use the branch name there instead.)

If that doesn't work, try...

For a single file:

git checkout HEAD /path/to/file

For the entire repository working copy:

git reset --hard HEAD

And if that doesn't work, then you can look in the reflog to find your old head SHA and reset to that:

git reflog
git reset --hard <sha from reflog>

HEAD is a name that always points to the latest commit in your current branch.

anaconda update all possible packages?

To answer more precisely to the question:

conda (which is conda for miniconda as for Anaconda) updates all but ONLY within a specific version of a package -> major and minor. That's the paradigm.

In the documentation you will find "NOTE: Conda updates to the highest version in its series, so Python 2.7 updates to the highest available in the 2.x series and 3.6 updates to the highest available in the 3.x series." doc

If Wang does not gives a reproducible example, one can only assist. e.g. is it really the virtual environment he wants to update or could Wang get what he/she wants with

conda update -n ENVIRONMENT --all

*PLEASE read the docs before executing "update --all"! This does not lead to an update of all packages by nature. Because conda tries to resolve the relationship of dependencies between all packages in your environment, this can lead to DOWNGRADED packages without warnings.


If you only want to update almost all, you can create a pin file

echo "conda ==4.0.0" >> ~/miniconda3/envs/py35/conda-meta/pinned
echo "numpy 1.7.*" >> ~/miniconda3/envs/py35/conda-meta/pinned

before running the update. conda issues not pinned

If later on you want to ignore the file in your env for an update, you can do:

conda update --all --no-pin

You should not do update --all. If you need it nevertheless you are saver to test this in a cloned environment.

First step should always be to backup your current specification:

conda list -n py35 --explicit 

(but even so there is not always a link to the source available - like for jupyterlab extensions)

Next you can clone and update:

conda create -n py356 --clone py35

conda activate py356
conda config --set pip_interop_enabled True # for conda>=4.6
conda update --all

conda config


update:

Because the idea of conda is nice but it is not working out very well for complex environments I personally prefer the combination of nix-shell (or lorri) and poetry [as superior pip/conda .-)] (intro poetry2nix).

Alternatively you can use nix and mach-nix (where you only need you requirements file. It resolves and builds environments best.


On Linux / macOS you could use nix like

nix-env -iA nixpkgs.python37

to enter an environment that has e.g. in this case Python3.7 (for sure you can change the version)

or as a very good Python (advanced) environment you can use mach-nix (with nix) like

mach-nix env ./env -r requirements.txt 

(which even supports conda [but currently in beta])

or via api like

nix-shell -p nixFlakes --run "nix run github:davhau/mach-nix#with.ipython.pandas.seaborn.bokeh.scikit-learn "

Finally if you really need to work with packages that are not compatible due to its dependencies, it is possible with technologies like NixOS/nix-pkgs.

HTML5 Local storage vs. Session storage

The only difference is that localStorage has a different expiration time, sessionStorage will only be accessible while and by the window that created it is open.
localStorage lasts until you delete it or the user deletes it.
Lets say that you wanted to save a login username and password you would want to use sessionStorageover localStorage for security reasons (ie. another person accessing their account at a later time).
But if you wanted to save a user's settings on their machine you would probably want localStorage. All in all:

localStorage - use for long term use.
sessionStorage - use when you need to store somthing that changes or somthing temporary

reading and parsing a TSV file, then manipulating it for saving as CSV (*efficiently*)

You should use the csv module to read the tab-separated value file. Do not read it into memory in one go. Each row you read has all the information you need to write rows to the output CSV file, after all. Keep the output file open throughout.

import csv

with open('sample.txt', newline='') as tsvin, open('new.csv', 'w', newline='') as csvout:
    tsvin = csv.reader(tsvin, delimiter='\t')
    csvout = csv.writer(csvout)

    for row in tsvin:
        count = int(row[4])
        if count > 0:
            csvout.writerows([row[2:4] for _ in range(count)])

or, using the itertools module to do the repeating with itertools.repeat():

from itertools import repeat
import csv

with open('sample.txt', newline='') as tsvin, open('new.csv', 'w', newline='') as csvout:
    tsvin = csv.reader(tsvin, delimiter='\t')
    csvout = csv.writer(csvout)

    for row in tsvin:
        count = int(row[4])
        if count > 0:
            csvout.writerows(repeat(row[2:4], count))

Loading custom configuration files

The config file is just an XML file, you can open it by:

private static XmlDocument loadConfigDocument()
{
    XmlDocument doc = null;
    try
    {
        doc = new XmlDocument();
        doc.Load(getConfigFilePath());
        return doc;
    }
    catch (System.IO.FileNotFoundException e)
    {
        throw new Exception("No configuration file found.", e);
    }
    catch (Exception ex)
    {
        return null;
    }
}

and later retrieving values by:

    // retrieve appSettings node

    XmlNode node =  doc.SelectSingleNode("//appSettings");

Center a 'div' in the middle of the screen, even when the page is scrolled up or down?

Quote: I would like to know how to display the div in the middle of the screen, whether user has scrolled up/down.

Change

position: absolute;

To

position: fixed;

W3C specifications for position: absolute and for position: fixed.

Get top n records for each group of grouped results

If the other answers are not fast enough Give this code a try:

SELECT
        province, n, city, population
    FROM
      ( SELECT  @prev := '', @n := 0 ) init
    JOIN
      ( SELECT  @n := if(province != @prev, 1, @n + 1) AS n,
                @prev := province,
                province, city, population
            FROM  Canada
            ORDER BY
                province   ASC,
                population DESC
      ) x
    WHERE  n <= 3
    ORDER BY  province, n;

Output:

+---------------------------+------+------------------+------------+
| province                  | n    | city             | population |
+---------------------------+------+------------------+------------+
| Alberta                   |    1 | Calgary          |     968475 |
| Alberta                   |    2 | Edmonton         |     822319 |
| Alberta                   |    3 | Red Deer         |      73595 |
| British Columbia          |    1 | Vancouver        |    1837970 |
| British Columbia          |    2 | Victoria         |     289625 |
| British Columbia          |    3 | Abbotsford       |     151685 |
| Manitoba                  |    1 | ...

Way to get all alphabetic chars in an array in PHP?

To get both upper and lower case merge the two ranges:

$alphas = array_merge(range('A', 'Z'), range('a', 'z'));

How do I execute a string containing Python code in Python?

You accomplish executing code using exec, as with the following IDLE session:

>>> kw = {}
>>> exec( "ret = 4" ) in kw
>>> kw['ret']

4

'react-scripts' is not recognized as an internal or external command

It is an error about react-scripts file missing in your node_modules/ directory at the time of installation.

Check your react-script dependency is avaliable or not in package.json.

If not available then add it manually via:

npm install react-scripts --save

html table cell width for different rows

As far as i know that is impossible and that makes sense since what you are trying to do is against the idea of tabular data presentation. You could however put the data in multiple tables and remove any padding and margins in between them to achieve the same result, at least visibly. Something along the lines of:

_x000D_
_x000D_
<html>_x000D_
_x000D_
<head>_x000D_
  <style type="text/css">_x000D_
    .mytable {_x000D_
      border-collapse: collapse;_x000D_
      width: 100%;_x000D_
      background-color: white;_x000D_
    }_x000D_
    .mytable-head {_x000D_
      border: 1px solid black;_x000D_
      margin-bottom: 0;_x000D_
      padding-bottom: 0;_x000D_
    }_x000D_
    .mytable-head td {_x000D_
      border: 1px solid black;_x000D_
    }_x000D_
    .mytable-body {_x000D_
      border: 1px solid black;_x000D_
      border-top: 0;_x000D_
      margin-top: 0;_x000D_
      padding-top: 0;_x000D_
      margin-bottom: 0;_x000D_
      padding-bottom: 0;_x000D_
    }_x000D_
    .mytable-body td {_x000D_
      border: 1px solid black;_x000D_
      border-top: 0;_x000D_
    }_x000D_
    .mytable-footer {_x000D_
      border: 1px solid black;_x000D_
      border-top: 0;_x000D_
      margin-top: 0;_x000D_
      padding-top: 0;_x000D_
    }_x000D_
    .mytable-footer td {_x000D_
      border: 1px solid black;_x000D_
      border-top: 0;_x000D_
    }_x000D_
  </style>_x000D_
</head>_x000D_
_x000D_
<body>_x000D_
  <table class="mytable mytable-head">_x000D_
    <tr>_x000D_
      <td width="25%">25</td>_x000D_
      <td width="50%">50</td>_x000D_
      <td width="25%">25</td>_x000D_
    </tr>_x000D_
  </table>_x000D_
  <table class="mytable mytable-body">_x000D_
    <tr>_x000D_
      <td width="50%">50</td>_x000D_
      <td width="30%">30</td>_x000D_
      <td width="20%">20</td>_x000D_
    </tr>_x000D_
  </table>_x000D_
  <table class="mytable mytable-body">_x000D_
    <tr>_x000D_
      <td width="16%">16</td>_x000D_
      <td width="68%">68</td>_x000D_
      <td width="16%">16</td>_x000D_
    </tr>_x000D_
  </table>_x000D_
  <table class="mytable mytable-footer">_x000D_
    <tr>_x000D_
      <td width="20%">20</td>_x000D_
      <td width="30%">30</td>_x000D_
      <td width="50%">50</td>_x000D_
    </tr>_x000D_
  </table>_x000D_
</body>_x000D_
_x000D_
</html>
_x000D_
_x000D_
_x000D_

JSFIDDLE

I don't know your requirements but i'm sure there's a more elegant solution.

base64 encode in MySQL

Yet another custom implementation that doesn't require support table:

drop function if exists base64_encode;
create function base64_encode(_data blob)
returns text
begin
    declare _alphabet char(64) default 'ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVWXYZabcdefghijklmnopqrstuvwxyz0123456789+/';
    declare _lim int unsigned default length(_data);
    declare _i int unsigned default 0;
    declare _chk3 char(6) default '';
    declare _chk3int int default 0;
    declare _enc text default '';

    while _i < _lim do
        set _chk3 = rpad(hex(binary substr(_data, _i + 1, 3)), 6, '0');
        set _chk3int = conv(_chk3, 16, 10);
        set _enc = concat(
            _enc
            ,                  substr(_alphabet, ((_chk3int >> 18) & 63) + 1, 1)
            , if (_lim-_i > 0, substr(_alphabet, ((_chk3int >> 12) & 63) + 1, 1), '=')
            , if (_lim-_i > 1, substr(_alphabet, ((_chk3int >>  6) & 63) + 1, 1), '=')
            , if (_lim-_i > 2, substr(_alphabet, ((_chk3int >>  0) & 63) + 1, 1), '=')
        );
        set _i = _i + 3;
    end while;

    return _enc;
end;

drop function if exists base64_decode;
create function base64_decode(_enc text)
returns blob
begin
    declare _alphabet char(64) default 'ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVWXYZabcdefghijklmnopqrstuvwxyz0123456789+/';
    declare _lim int unsigned default 0;
    declare _i int unsigned default 0;
    declare _chr1byte tinyint default 0;
    declare _chk4int int default 0;
    declare _chk4int_bits tinyint default 0;
    declare _dec blob default '';
    declare _rem tinyint default 0;
    set _enc = trim(_enc);
    set _rem = if(right(_enc, 3) = '===', 3, if(right(_enc, 2) = '==', 2, if(right(_enc, 1) = '=', 1, 0)));
    set _lim = length(_enc) - _rem;

    while _i < _lim
    do
        set _chr1byte = locate(substr(_enc, _i + 1, 1), binary _alphabet) - 1;
        if (_chr1byte > -1)
        then
            set _chk4int = (_chk4int << 6) | _chr1byte;
            set _chk4int_bits = _chk4int_bits + 6;

            if (_chk4int_bits = 24 or _i = _lim-1)
            then
                if (_i = _lim-1 and _chk4int_bits != 24)
                then
                    set _chk4int = _chk4int << 0;
                end if;

                set _dec = concat(
                    _dec
                    ,                        char((_chk4int >> (_chk4int_bits -  8)) & 0xff)
                    , if(_chk4int_bits >  8, char((_chk4int >> (_chk4int_bits - 16)) & 0xff), '\0')
                    , if(_chk4int_bits > 16, char((_chk4int >> (_chk4int_bits - 24)) & 0xff), '\0')
                );
                set _chk4int = 0;
                set _chk4int_bits = 0;
            end if;
        end if;
        set _i = _i + 1;
    end while;

    return substr(_dec, 1, length(_dec) - _rem);
end;

Gist

You should convert charset after decoding: convert(base64_decode(base64_encode('????')) using utf8)

What's the difference between emulation and simulation?

Based on software and system engineering experience, I'd summarise the difference as follows:

Simulation: for me, this is always in software - every aspect of the real system is only MODELLED by some code and/or mathematics. Simulation attempts to accurately reproduce the behaviour (or predict it) of the real system, but only approximates it.

Emulation: As opposed to simulation, it does not APPROXIMATE the behaviour of the real system, it COPIES the behaviour of the real system. An emulator may involve hardware. But it may also be entirely in software. E.g. you get these software EMULATORS for old game consoles like the Sega Genesis. That is an emulator because it COPIES the real genesis functionality so much so that you can run the original Genesis code in the emulator. A genesis simulator would not be able to run the original code, it would only APPROXIMATE its behaviour, producing similar results, depending on how good the models of the original system were.

An emulator of a system component can be included in a larger system, completely replacing the component it is emulating - a simulator could not because it is not an accurate enough representation of the original component behaviour.

how do I loop through a line from a csv file in powershell

Import-Csv $path | Foreach-Object { 

    foreach ($property in $_.PSObject.Properties)
    {
        doSomething $property.Name, $property.Value
    } 

}

How do I empty an input value with jQuery?

You could try:

$('input.class').removeAttr('value');
$('#inputID').removeAttr('value');

The network adapter could not establish the connection - Oracle 11g

I had the similar issue. its resolved for me with a simple command.

lsnrctl start

The Network Adapter exception is caused because:

  1. The database host name or port number is wrong (OR)
  2. The database TNSListener has not been started. The TNSListener may be started with the lsnrctl utility.

Try to start the listener using the command prompt:

  1. Click Start, type cmd in the search field, and when cmd shows up in the list of options, right click it and select ‘Run as Administrator’.
  2. At the Command Prompt window, type lsnrctl start without the quotes and press Enter.
  3. Type Exit and press Enter.

Hope it helps.

How to dynamically allocate memory space for a string and get that string from user?

First, define a new function to read the input (according to the structure of your input) and store the string, which means the memory in stack used. Set the length of string to be enough for your input.

Second, use strlen to measure the exact used length of string stored before, and malloc to allocate memory in heap, whose length is defined by strlen. The code is shown below.

int strLength = strlen(strInStack);
if (strLength == 0) {
    printf("\"strInStack\" is empty.\n");
}
else {
    char *strInHeap = (char *)malloc((strLength+1) * sizeof(char));
    strcpy(strInHeap, strInStack);
}
return strInHeap;

Finally, copy the value of strInStack to strInHeap using strcpy, and return the pointer to strInHeap. The strInStack will be freed automatically because it only exits in this sub-function.

What's the difference between a Future and a Promise?

According to this discussion, Promise has finally been called CompletableFuture for inclusion in Java 8, and its javadoc explains:

A Future that may be explicitly completed (setting its value and status), and may be used as a CompletionStage, supporting dependent functions and actions that trigger upon its completion.

An example is also given on the list:

f.then((s -> aStringFunction(s)).thenAsync(s -> ...);

Note that the final API is slightly different but allows similar asynchronous execution:

CompletableFuture<String> f = ...;
f.thenApply(this::modifyString).thenAccept(System.out::println);

Which header file do you include to use bool type in c in linux?

bool is just a macro that expands to _Bool. You can use _Bool with no #include very much like you can use int or double; it is a C99 keyword.

The macro is defined in <stdbool.h> along with 3 other macros.

The macros defined are

  • bool: macro expands to _Bool
  • false: macro expands to 0
  • true: macro expands to 1
  • __bool_true_false_are_defined: macro expands to 1

Create a string with n characters

Likely the shortest code using the String API, exclusively:

String space10 = new String(new char[10]).replace('\0', ' ');

System.out.println("[" + space10 + "]");
// prints "[          ]"

As a method, without directly instantiating char:

import java.nio.CharBuffer;

/**
 * Creates a string of spaces that is 'spaces' spaces long.
 *
 * @param spaces The number of spaces to add to the string.
 */
public String spaces( int spaces ) {
  return CharBuffer.allocate( spaces ).toString().replace( '\0', ' ' );
}

Invoke using:

System.out.printf( "[%s]%n", spaces( 10 ) );

Removing duplicates from a list of lists

A bit of a background, I just started with python and learnt comprehensions.

k = [[1, 2], [4], [5, 6, 2], [1, 2], [3], [4]]
dedup = [elem.split('.') for elem in set(['.'.join(str(int_elem) for int_elem in _list) for _list in k])]

Getting the text from a drop-down box

Does this get the correct answer?

document.getElementById("newSkill").innerHTML

String isNullOrEmpty in Java?

In addition to the other answers, I ran across this because I'm a C# programmer primarily, but trying to keep fresh in Java. I noticed that when I tried to use StringUtils my IDE (Eclipse) imported it from com.mysql.jdbc.StringUtils which actually has an isNullOrEmpty(myStringObject) method.

ex.

import com.mysql.jdbc.StringUtils;

StringUtils.isNullOrEmpty(host)

Just another alternative for those who already have the MySQL connector referenced in your project, but not the other StringUtils library.

Initializing IEnumerable<string> In C#

Ok, adding to the answers stated you might be also looking for

IEnumerable<string> m_oEnum = Enumerable.Empty<string>();

or

IEnumerable<string> m_oEnum = new string[]{};

How to import local packages without gopath

Go dependency management summary:

  • vgo if your go version is: x >= go 1.11
  • dep or vendor if your go version is: go 1.6 >= x < go 1.11
  • Manually if your go version is: x < go 1.6

Edit 3: Go 1.11 has a feature vgo which will replace dep.

To use vgo, see Modules documentation. TLDR below:

export GO111MODULE=on
go mod init
go mod vendor # if you have vendor/ folder, will automatically integrate
go build

This method creates a file called go.mod in your projects directory. You can then build your project with go build. If GO111MODULE=auto is set, then your project cannot be in $GOPATH.


Edit 2: The vendoring method is still valid and works without issue. vendor is largely a manual process, because of this dep and vgo were created.


Edit 1: While my old way works it's not longer the "correct" way to do it. You should be using vendor capabilities, vgo, or dep (for now) that are enabled by default in Go 1.6; see. You basically add your "external" or "dependent" packages within a vendor directory; upon compilation the compiler will use these packages first.


Found. I was able import local package with GOPATH by creating a subfolder of package1 and then importing with import "./package1" in binary1.go and binary2.go scripts like this :

binary1.go

...
import (
        "./package1"
      )
...

So my current directory structure looks like this:

myproject/
+-- binary1.go
+-- binary2.go
+-- package1/
¦   +-- package1.go
+-- package2.go

I should also note that relative paths (at least in go 1.5) also work; for example:

import "../packageX"

Cannot implicitly convert type 'System.Linq.IQueryable' to 'System.Collections.Generic.IList'

You can use the .ToList() method to convert the IQueryable result returned to an IList, as shown below, after the linq query.

   public DzieckoAndOpiekunCollection GetChildAndOpiekunByFirstnameLastname(string firstname, string lastname)
{
    DataTransfer.ChargeInSchoolEntities db = new DataTransfer.ChargeInSchoolEntities();
    DzieckoAndOpiekunCollection result = new DzieckoAndOpiekunCollection();
    if (firstname == null && lastname != null)
    {
        IList<DzieckoAndOpiekun> resultV = from p in db.Dziecko
                      where lastname == p.Nazwisko
                      **select** new DzieckoAndOpiekun(
                     p.Imie,
                     p.Nazwisko,
                     p.Opiekun.Imie,
                     p.Opiekun.Nazwisko).ToList()
                  ;
        result.AddRange(resultV);
    }
    return result;
}

Get specific ArrayList item

mainList.get(3);

For future reference, you should refer to the Java API for these types of questions:

http://download.oracle.com/javase/1.4.2/docs/api/java/util/ArrayList.html

It's a useful thing!

Updating and committing only a file's permissions using git version control

Not working for me.

The mode is true, the file perms have been changed, but git says there's no work to do.

git init
git add dir/file
chmod 440 dir/file
git commit -a

The problem seems to be that git recognizes only certain permission changes.

Array and string offset access syntax with curly braces is deprecated

It's really simple to fix the issue, however keep in mind that you should fork and commit your changes for each library you are using in their repositories to help others as well.

Let's say you have something like this in your code:

$str = "test";
echo($str{0});

since PHP 7.4 curly braces method to get individual characters inside a string has been deprecated, so change the above syntax into this:

$str = "test";
echo($str[0]);

Fixing the code in the question will look something like this:

public function getRecordID(string $zoneID, string $type = '', string $name = ''): string
{
    $records = $this->listRecords($zoneID, $type, $name);
    if (isset($records->result[0]->id)) {
        return $records->result[0]->id;
    }
    return false;
}

Function to get yesterday's date in Javascript in format DD/MM/YYYY

Try this:

function getYesterdaysDate() {
    var date = new Date();
    date.setDate(date.getDate()-1);
    return date.getDate() + '/' + (date.getMonth()+1) + '/' + date.getFullYear();
}

How to set auto increment primary key in PostgreSQL?

Try this command:

ALTER TABLE your_table ADD COLUMN key_column BIGSERIAL PRIMARY KEY;

Try it with the same DB-user as the one you have created the table.

Adding custom HTTP headers using JavaScript

If you're using XHR, then setRequestHeader should work, e.g.

xhr.setRequestHeader('custom-header', 'value');

P.S. You should use Hijax to modify the behavior of your anchors so that it works if for some reason the AJAX isn't working for your clients (like a busted script elsewhere on the page).

How to access the elements of a function's return array?

<?php
function demo($val,$val1){
    return $arr=array("value"=>$val,"value1"=>$val1);

}
$arr_rec=demo(25,30);
echo $arr_rec["value"];
echo $arr_rec["value1"];
?>

Preventing multiple clicks on button

I found this solution that is simple and worked for me:

<form ...>
<input ...>
<button ... onclick="this.disabled=true;this.value='Submitting...'; this.form.submit();">
</form>

This solution was found in: Original solution

CodeIgniter - return only one row?

If you require to get only one record from database table using codeigniter query then you can do it using row(). we can easily return one row from database in codeigniter.

$data = $this->db->get("items")->row();

Moment JS start and end of given month

you can use this directly for the end or start date of the month

new moment().startOf('month').format("YYYY-DD-MM");
new moment().endOf("month").format("YYYY-DD-MM");

you can change the format by defining a new format

Returning anonymous type in C#

C# compiler is a two phase compiler. In the first phase it just checks namespaces, class hierarchies, Method signatures etc. Method bodies are compiled only during the second phase.

Anonymous types are not determined until the method body is compiled.

So the compiler has no way of determining the return type of the method during the first phase.

That is the reason why anonymous types can not be used as return type.

As others have suggested if you are using .net 4.0 or grater, you can use Dynamic.

If I were you I would probably create a type and return that type from the method. That way it is easy for the future programmers who maintains your code and more readable.

How can I set multiple CSS styles in JavaScript?

Don't think it is possible as such.

But you could create an object out of the style definitions and just loop through them.

var allMyStyle = {
  fontsize: '12px',
  left: '200px',
  top: '100px'
};

for (i in allMyStyle)
  document.getElementById("myElement").style[i] = allMyStyle[i];

To develop further, make a function for it:

function setStyles(element, styles) {
  for (i in styles)
    element.style[i] = styles[i];
}

setStyles(document.getElementById("myElement"), allMyStyle);

How do I set bold and italic on UILabel of iPhone/iPad?

Although the answer provided by @tolbard is amazing and works well!

I feel creating an extension for something that can be achieved in just a line of code, would be an over kill.

You can get bold as well italic styling for the same text in your label by setting up the font property using UIFontDescriptor as shown below in the example below using Swift 4.0:

label.font = UIFont(descriptor: UIFontDescriptor().withSymbolicTraits([.traitBold, .traitItalic])!, size: 12)

Other options include:

traitLooseLeading
traitTightLeading
traitUIOptimized
traitVertical
traitMonoSpace
traitCondensed
traitExpanded

For more information on what those symbolic traits mean? visit here

How can I increase the JVM memory?

When starting the JVM, two parameters can be adjusted to suit your memory needs :

-Xms<size>

specifies the initial Java heap size and

-Xmx<size>

the maximum Java heap size.

http://www.rgagnon.com/javadetails/java-0131.html

Scrollable Menu with Bootstrap - Menu expanding its container when it should not

Do everything in the inline of UL tag

<ul class="dropdown-menu scrollable-menu" role="menu" style="height: auto;max-height: 200px; overflow-x: hidden;">
                <li><a href="#">Action</a></li>
                <li><a href="#">Another action</a></li>
                <li><a href="#">Something else here</a></li>
                <li><a href="#">Action</a></li>
                ..
                <li><a href="#">Action</a></li>
                <li><a href="#">Another action</a></li>
            </ul>

Why are iframes considered dangerous and a security risk?

The IFRAME element may be a security risk if your site is embedded inside an IFRAME on hostile site. Google "clickjacking" for more details. Note that it does not matter if you use <iframe> or not. The only real protection from this attack is to add HTTP header X-Frame-Options: DENY and hope that the browser knows its job.

In addition, IFRAME element may be a security risk if any page on your site contains an XSS vulnerability which can be exploited. In that case the attacker can expand the XSS attack to any page within the same domain that can be persuaded to load within an <iframe> on the page with XSS vulnerability. This is because content from the same origin (same domain) is allowed to access the parent content DOM (practically execute JavaScript in the "host" document). The only real protection methods from this attack is to add HTTP header X-Frame-Options: DENY and/or always correctly encode all user submitted data (that is, never have an XSS vulnerability on your site - easier said than done).

That's the technical side of the issue. In addition, there's the issue of user interface. If you teach your users to trust that URL bar is supposed to not change when they click links (e.g. your site uses a big iframe with all the actual content), then the users will not notice anything in the future either in case of actual security vulnerability. For example, you could have an XSS vulnerability within your site that allows the attacker to load content from hostile source within your iframe. Nobody could tell the difference because the URL bar still looks identical to previous behavior (never changes) and the content "looks" valid even though it's from hostile domain requesting user credentials.

If somebody claims that using an <iframe> element on your site is dangerous and causes a security risk, he does not understand what <iframe> element does, or he is speaking about possibility of <iframe> related vulnerabilities in browsers. Security of <iframe src="..."> tag is equal to <img src="..." or <a href="..."> as long there are no vulnerabilities in the browser. And if there's a suitable vulnerability, it might be possible to trigger it even without using <iframe>, <img> or <a> element, so it's not worth considering for this issue.

However, be warned that content from <iframe> can initiate top level navigation by default. That is, content within the <iframe> is allowed to automatically open a link over current page location (the new location will be visible in the address bar). The only way to avoid that is to add sandbox attribute without value allow-top-navigation. For example, <iframe sandbox="allow-forms allow-scripts" ...>. Unfortunately, sandbox also disables all plugins, always. For example, Youtube content cannot be sandboxed because Flash player is still required to view all Youtube content. No browser supports using plugins and disallowing top level navigation at the same time.

Note that X-Frame-Options: DENY also protects from rendering performance side-channel attack that can read content cross-origin (also known as "Pixel perfect Timing Attacks").

How can I make a time delay in Python?

You can use the sleep() function in the time module. It can take a float argument for sub-second resolution.

from time import sleep
sleep(0.1) # Time in seconds

insert/delete/update trigger in SQL server

the am giving you is the code for trigger for INSERT, UPDATE and DELETE this works fine on Microsoft SQL SERVER 2008 and onwards database i am using is Northwind

/* comment section first create a table to keep track of Insert, Delete, Update
create table Emp_Audit(
                    EmpID int,
                    Activity varchar(20),
                    DoneBy varchar(50),
                    Date_Time datetime NOT NULL DEFAULT GETDATE()
                   );

select * from Emp_Audit*/

create trigger Employee_trigger
on Employees
after UPDATE, INSERT, DELETE
as
declare @EmpID int,@user varchar(20), @activity varchar(20);
if exists(SELECT * from inserted) and exists (SELECT * from deleted)
begin
    SET @activity = 'UPDATE';
    SET @user = SYSTEM_USER;
    SELECT @EmpID = EmployeeID from inserted i;
    INSERT into Emp_Audit(EmpID,Activity, DoneBy) values (@EmpID,@activity,@user);
end

If exists (Select * from inserted) and not exists(Select * from deleted)
begin
    SET @activity = 'INSERT';
    SET @user = SYSTEM_USER;
    SELECT @EmpID = EmployeeID from inserted i;
    INSERT into Emp_Audit(EmpID,Activity, DoneBy) values(@EmpID,@activity,@user);
end

If exists(select * from deleted) and not exists(Select * from inserted)
begin 
    SET @activity = 'DELETE';
    SET @user = SYSTEM_USER;
    SELECT @EmpID = EmployeeID from deleted i;
    INSERT into Emp_Audit(EmpID,Activity, DoneBy) values(@EmpID,@activity,@user);
end

Java function for arrays like PHP's join()?

You could easily write such a function in about ten lines of code:

String combine(String[] s, String glue)
{
  int k = s.length;
  if ( k == 0 )
  {
    return null;
  }
  StringBuilder out = new StringBuilder();
  out.append( s[0] );
  for ( int x=1; x < k; ++x )
  {
    out.append(glue).append(s[x]);
  }
  return out.toString();
}

When to use React setState callback

The 1. usecase which comes into my mind, is an api call, which should't go into the render, because it will run for each state change. And the API call should be only performed on special state change, and not on every render.

changeSearchParams = (params) => {
  this.setState({ params }, this.performSearch)
} 

performSearch = () => {
  API.search(this.state.params, (result) => {
    this.setState({ result })
  });
}

Hence for any state change, an action can be performed in the render methods body.

Very bad practice, because the render-method should be pure, it means no actions, state changes, api calls, should be performed, just composite your view and return it. Actions should be performed on some events only. Render is not an event, but componentDidMount for example.

ARM compilation error, VFP registers used by executable, not object file

In my case CFLAGS = -O0 -g -Wall -I. -mcpu=cortex-m4 -mthumb -mfpu=fpv4-sp-d16 -mfloat-abi=soft has helped. As you can see, i used it for my stm32f407.

What is JavaScript garbage collection?

On windows you can use Drip.exe to find memory leaks or check if your free mem routine works.

It's really simple, just enter a website URL and you will see the memory consumption of the integrated IE renderer. Then hit refresh, if the memory increases, you found a memory leak somewhere on the webpage. But this is also very useful to see if routines for freeing memory work for IE.

Create table (structure) from existing table

This is what I use to clone a table structure (columns only)...

SELECT TOP 0 *
INTO NewTable
FROM TableStructureIWishToClone

How to block calls in android

It is possible and you don't need to code it on your own.

Just set the ringer volume to zero and vibration to none if incomingNumber equals an empty string. Thats it ...

Its just done for you with the application Nostalk from Android Market. Just give it a try ...

Delimiters in MySQL

You define a DELIMITER to tell the mysql client to treat the statements, functions, stored procedures or triggers as an entire statement. Normally in a .sql file you set a different DELIMITER like $$. The DELIMITER command is used to change the standard delimiter of MySQL commands (i.e. ;). As the statements within the routines (functions, stored procedures or triggers) end with a semi-colon (;), to treat them as a compound statement we use DELIMITER. If not defined when using different routines in the same file or command line, it will give syntax error.

Note that you can use a variety of non-reserved characters to make your own custom delimiter. You should avoid the use of the backslash (\) character because that is the escape character for MySQL.

DELIMITER isn't really a MySQL language command, it's a client command.

Example

DELIMITER $$

/*This is treated as a single statement as it ends with $$ */
DROP PROCEDURE IF EXISTS `get_count_for_department`$$

/*This routine is a compound statement. It ends with $$ to let the mysql client know to execute it as a single statement.*/ 
CREATE DEFINER=`student`@`localhost` PROCEDURE `get_count_for_department`(IN the_department VARCHAR(64), OUT the_count INT)
BEGIN
    
    SELECT COUNT(*) INTO the_count FROM employees where department=the_department;

END$$

/*DELIMITER is set to it's default*/
DELIMITER ;

Index of duplicates items in a python list

from collections import Counter, defaultdict

def duplicates(lst):
    cnt= Counter(lst)
    return [key for key in cnt.keys() if cnt[key]> 1]

def duplicates_indices(lst):
    dup, ind= duplicates(lst), defaultdict(list)
    for i, v in enumerate(lst):
        if v in dup: ind[v].append(i)
    return ind

lst= ['a', 'b', 'a', 'c', 'b', 'a', 'e']
print duplicates(lst) # ['a', 'b']
print duplicates_indices(lst) # ..., {'a': [0, 2, 5], 'b': [1, 4]})

A slightly more orthogonal (and thus more useful) implementation would be:

from collections import Counter, defaultdict

def duplicates(lst):
    cnt= Counter(lst)
    return [key for key in cnt.keys() if cnt[key]> 1]

def indices(lst, items= None):
    items, ind= set(lst) if items is None else items, defaultdict(list)
    for i, v in enumerate(lst):
        if v in items: ind[v].append(i)
    return ind

lst= ['a', 'b', 'a', 'c', 'b', 'a', 'e']
print indices(lst, duplicates(lst)) # ..., {'a': [0, 2, 5], 'b': [1, 4]})

Prevent double submission of forms in jQuery

Change submit button:

<input id="submitButtonId" type="submit" value="Delete" />

With normal button:

<input id="submitButtonId" type="button" value="Delete" />

Then use click function:

$("#submitButtonId").click(function () {
        $('#submitButtonId').prop('disabled', true);
        $('#myForm').submit();
    });

And remember re-enable button when is necesary:

$('#submitButtonId').prop('disabled', false);

How to log cron jobs?

If you'd still like to check your cron jobs you should provide a valid email account when setting the Cron jobs in cPanel.

When you specify a valid email you will receive the output of the cron job that is executed. Thus you will be able to check it and make sure everything has been executed correctly. Note that you will not receive an email if there is no output from the cron job command.

Please bear in mind that you will receive an email for each of the executed cron jobs. This may flood your inbox in case your crons run too often

MatPlotLib: Multiple datasets on the same scatter plot

I don't know, it works fine for me. Exact commands:

import scipy, pylab
ax = pylab.subplot(111)
ax.scatter(scipy.randn(100), scipy.randn(100), c='b')
ax.scatter(scipy.randn(100), scipy.randn(100), c='r')
ax.figure.show()

Jquery button click() function is not working

You need to use the event delegation syntax of .on() here. Change:

$("#add").click(function() {

to

$("#buildyourform").on('click', '#add', function () {

jsFiddle example

Add two textbox values and display the sum in a third textbox automatically

In below code i have done operation of sum and subtraction: because of using JavaScript if you want to call function, then you have to put your below code outside of document.ready(function{ }); and outside the script end tag.

I have taken one another script tag for this operation.And put below code between script starting tag // your code // script ending tag.

 function operation() 

 {

   var txtFirstNumberValue = parseInt(document.getElementById('basic').value);
   var txtSecondNumberValue =parseInt(document.getElementById('hra').value);
   var txtThirdNumberValue =parseInt(document.getElementById('transport').value);
   var txtFourthNumberValue =parseInt(document.getElementById('pt').value);
   var txtFiveNumberValue = parseInt(document.getElementById('pf').value);

   if (txtFirstNumberValue == "")
       txtFirstNumberValue = 0;
   if (txtSecondNumberValue == "")
       txtSecondNumberValue = 0;
   if (txtThirdNumberValue == "")
       txtThirdNumberValue = 0;
   if (txtFourthNumberValue == "")
       txtFourthNumberValue = 0;
   if (txtFiveNumberValue == "")
       txtFiveNumberValue = 0;



   var result = ((txtFirstNumberValue + txtSecondNumberValue + 
  txtThirdNumberValue) - (txtFourthNumberValue + txtFiveNumberValue));
   if (!isNaN(result)) {
       document.getElementById('total').value = result;
   }
 }

And put onkeyup="operation();" inside all 5 textboxes in your html form. This code running in both Firefox and Chrome.

Vertical Alignment of text in a table cell

td.description {vertical-align: top;}

where description is the class name of the td with that text in it

_x000D_
_x000D_
td.description {_x000D_
  vertical-align: top;_x000D_
}
_x000D_
<td class="description">Description</td>
_x000D_
_x000D_
_x000D_

OR inline (yuk!)

_x000D_
_x000D_
<td style="vertical-align: top;">Description</td>
_x000D_
_x000D_
_x000D_