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LaTeX source code listing like in professional books

And please, whatever you do, configure the listings package to use fixed-width font (as in your example; you'll find the option in the documentation). Default setting uses proportional font typeset on a grid, which is, IMHO, incredibly ugly and unreadable, as can be seen from the other answers with pictures. I am personally very irritated when I must read some code typeset in a proportional font.

Try setting fixed-width font with this:

\lstset{basicstyle=\ttfamily}

Make code in LaTeX look *nice*

For simple document, I sometimes use verbatim, but listing is nice for big chunk of code.

Format an Integer using Java String Format

String.format("%03d", 1)  // => "001"
//              ¦¦¦   +-- print the number one
//              ¦¦+------ ... as a decimal integer
//              ¦+------- ... minimum of 3 characters wide
//              +-------- ... pad with zeroes instead of spaces

See java.util.Formatter for more information.

What is the main difference between Inheritance and Polymorphism?

Polymorphism is achieved by Inheritance in Java.

+-- Animal
+-- (instances)
    +-- Cat
    +-- Hamster
    +-- Lion
    +-- Moose

+-- interface-for-diet
¦   +-- Carnivore
¦   +-- Herbivore
+-- interface-for-habitat
¦   +-- Pet
¦   +-- Wild

public class Animal {
    void breath() {
    };
}

public interface Carnivore {
    void loveMeat();
}

public interface Herbivore {
    void loveGreens();
}

public interface Pet {
    void liveInside();
}

public interface Wild {
    void liveOutside();
}

public class Hamster extends Animal implements Herbivore, Pet {

    @Override
    public void liveInside() {
        System.out.println("I live in a cage and my neighbor is a Gerbil");
    }

    @Override
    public void loveGreens() {
        System.out.println("I eat Carrots, Grapes, Tomatoes, and More");
    }
}

public class Cat extends Animal implements Carnivore, Pet {
    @Override
    public void liveInside() {
        System.out.println("I live in a cage and my neighbr is a Gerbil");
    }

    @Override
    public void loveMeat() {
        System.out.println("I eat Tuna, Chicken, and More");
    }
}

public class Moose extends Animal implements Herbivore, Wild {

    @Override
    public void liveOutside() {
        System.out.println("I live in the forest");
    }

    @Override
    public void loveGreens() {
        System.out.println("I eat grass");
    }
}

public class Lion extends Animal implements Carnivore, Wild {

    @Override
    public void liveOutside() {
        System.out.println("I live in the forest");
    }

    @Override
    public void loveMeat() {
        System.out.println("I eat Moose");
    }
}

Hamster class inherits structure from Animal, Herbivore and Pet to exhibit Polymorphic behaviorism of a domestic pet.

Cat class inherits structure from Animal, Carnivore and Pet to also exhibit Polymorphic behaviorism of a domestic pet.

The type or namespace name 'DbContext' could not be found

I had the same issue. Turns out, you need the EntityFramework.dll reference (and not System.Data.Entity).

I just pulled it from the MvcMusicStore application which you can download from: http://mvcmusicstore.codeplex.com/

It's also a useful example of how to use entity framework code-first with MVC.

CSS '>' selector; what is it?

> selects immediate children

For example, if you have nested divs like such:

<div class='outer'>
    <div class="middle">
        <div class="inner">...</div>
    </div>
    <div class="middle">
        <div class="inner">...</div>
    </div>
</div>

and you declare a css rule in your stylesheet like such:

.outer > div {
    ...
}

your rules will apply only to those divs that have a class of "middle" since those divs are direct descendants (immediate children) of elements with class "outer" (unless, of course, you declare other, more specific rules overriding these rules). See fiddle.

_x000D_
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div {_x000D_
  border: 1px solid black;_x000D_
  padding: 10px;_x000D_
}_x000D_
.outer > div {_x000D_
  border: 1px solid orange;_x000D_
}
_x000D_
<div class='outer'>_x000D_
  div.outer - This is the parent._x000D_
  <div class="middle">_x000D_
    div.middle - This is an immediate child of "outer". This will receive the orange border._x000D_
    <div class="inner">div.inner - This is an immediate child of "middle". This will not receive the orange border.</div>_x000D_
  </div>_x000D_
  <div class="middle">_x000D_
    div.middle - This is an immediate child of "outer". This will receive the orange border._x000D_
    <div class="inner">div.inner - This is an immediate child of "middle". This will not receive the orange border.</div>_x000D_
  </div>_x000D_
</div>_x000D_
_x000D_
<p>Without Words</p>_x000D_
_x000D_
<div class='outer'>_x000D_
  <div class="middle">_x000D_
    <div class="inner">...</div>_x000D_
  </div>_x000D_
  <div class="middle">_x000D_
    <div class="inner">...</div>_x000D_
  </div>_x000D_
</div>
_x000D_
_x000D_
_x000D_

Side note

If you, instead, had a space between selectors instead of >, your rules would apply to both of the nested divs. The space is much more commonly used and defines a "descendant selector", which means it looks for any matching element down the tree rather than just immediate children as the > does.

NOTE: The > selector is not supported by IE6. It does work in all other current browsers though, including IE7 and IE8.

If you're looking into less-well-used CSS selectors, you may also want to look at +, ~, and [attr] selectors, all of which can be very useful.

This page has a full list of all available selectors, along with details of their support in various browsers (its mainly IE that has problems), and good examples of their usage.

Test if string begins with a string?

There are several ways to do this:

InStr

You can use the InStr build-in function to test if a String contains a substring. InStr will either return the index of the first match, or 0. So you can test if a String begins with a substring by doing the following:

If InStr(1, "Hello World", "Hello W") = 1 Then
    MsgBox "Yep, this string begins with Hello W!"
End If

If InStr returns 1, then the String ("Hello World"), begins with the substring ("Hello W").

Like

You can also use the like comparison operator along with some basic pattern matching:

If "Hello World" Like "Hello W*" Then
    MsgBox "Yep, this string begins with Hello W!"
End If

In this, we use an asterisk (*) to test if the String begins with our substring.

python dictionary sorting in descending order based on values

Python dicts are not sorted, by definition. You cannot sort one, nor control the order of its elements by how you insert them. You might want to look at collections.OrderDict, which even comes with a little tutorial for almost exactly what you're trying to do: http://docs.python.org/2/library/collections.html#ordereddict-examples-and-recipes

How to exit in Node.js

To exit

let exitCode = 1;
process.exit(exitCode)

Useful exit codes

1 - Catchall for general errors
2 - Misuse of shell builtins (according to Bash documentation)
126 - Command invoked cannot execute
127 - “command not found”
128 - Invalid argument to exit
128+n - Fatal error signal “n”
130 - Script terminated by Control-C
255\* - Exit status out of range

Pretty print in MongoDB shell as default

Since it is basically a javascript shell, you can also use toArray():

db.collection.find().toArray()

However, this will print all the documents of the collection unlike pretty() that will allow you to iterate. Refer: http://docs.mongodb.org/manual/reference/method/cursor.toArray/

JavaScript Adding an ID attribute to another created Element

Since id is an attribute don't create an id element, just do this:

myPara.setAttribute("id", "id_you_like");

What does auto do in margin:0 auto?

margin:0 auto;

0 is for top-bottom and auto for left-right. It means that left and right margin will take auto margin according to the width of the element and the width of the container.

Generally if you want to put any element at center position then margin:auto works perfectly. But it only works in block elements.

Split a string by another string in C#

Regex.Split(string, "xx")

is the way I do it usually.


Of course you'll need:

using System.Text.RegularExpressions;

or :

System.Text.RegularExpressions.Regex.Split(string, "xx")

but then again I need that library all the time.

How can I check if my python object is a number?

Use Number from the numbers module to test isinstance(n, Number) (available since 2.6).

isinstance(n, numbers.Number)

Here it is in action with various kinds of numbers and one non-number:

>>> from numbers import Number
... from decimal import Decimal
... from fractions import Fraction
... for n in [2, 2.0, Decimal('2.0'), complex(2,0), Fraction(2,1), '2']:
...     print '%15s %s' % (n.__repr__(), isinstance(n, Number))
              2 True
            2.0 True
 Decimal('2.0') True
         (2+0j) True
 Fraction(2, 1) True
            '2' False

This is, of course, contrary to duck typing. If you are more concerned about how an object acts rather than what it is, perform your operations as if you have a number and use exceptions to tell you otherwise.

How do I get the path of the current executed file in Python?

I was running into a similar problem, and I think this might solve the problem:

def module_path(local_function):
   ''' returns the module path without the use of __file__.  Requires a function defined
   locally in the module.
   from http://stackoverflow.com/questions/729583/getting-file-path-of-imported-module'''
   return os.path.abspath(inspect.getsourcefile(local_function))

It works for regular scripts and in idle. All I can say is try it out for others!

My typical usage:

from toolbox import module_path
def main():
   pass # Do stuff

global __modpath__
__modpath__ = module_path(main)

Now I use __modpath__ instead of __file__.

Set an environment variable in git bash

If you want to set environment variables permanently in Git-Bash, you have two options:

  1. Set a regular Windows environment variable. Git-bash gets all existing Windows environment variables at startupp.

  2. Set up env variables in .bash_profile file.

.bash_profile is by default located in a user home folder, like C:\users\userName\git-home\.bash_profile. You can change the path to the bash home folder by setting HOME Windows environment variable.

.bash_profile file uses the regular Bash syntax and commands

# Export a variable in .bash_profile
export DIR=c:\dir
# Nix path style works too
export DIR=/c/dir

# And don't forget to add quotes if a variable contains whitespaces
export ANOTHER_DIR="c:\some dir"

Read more information about Bash configurations files.

PHP Call to undefined function

Many times the problem comes because php does not support short open tags in php.ini file, i.e:

<?
   phpinfo();
?>

You must use:

<?php
   phpinfo();
?>

Flutter Circle Design

I would use a https://docs.flutter.io/flutter/widgets/Stack-class.html to be able to freely position widgets.

To create circles

  new BoxDecoration(
    color: effectiveBackgroundColor,
    image: backgroundImage != null
      ? new DecorationImage(image: backgroundImage, fit: BoxFit.cover)
      : null,
    shape: BoxShape.circle,
  ),

and https://docs.flutter.io/flutter/widgets/Transform/Transform.rotate.html to position the white dots.

Toolbar overlapping below status bar

Remove below lines from style or style(21)

<item name="android:windowDrawsSystemBarBackgrounds">true</item>
<item name="android:statusBarColor">@color/colorPrimaryDark</item>
<item name="android:windowTranslucentStatus">false</item>

Interpreting "condition has length > 1" warning from `if` function

Just adding a point to the whole discussion as to why this warning comes up (It wasn't clear to me before). The reason one gets this is as mentioned before is because 'a' in this case is a vector and the inequality 'a>0' produces another vector of TRUE and FALSE (where 'a' is >0 or not).

If you would like to instead test if any value of 'a>0', you can use functions - 'any' or 'all'

Best

Apache giving 403 forbidden errors

Notice that another issue that might be causing this is that, the "FollowSymLinks" option of a parent directory might have been mistakenly overwritten by the options of your project's directory. This was the case for me and made me pull my hair until I found out the cause!

Here's an example of such a mistake:

<Directory />
        Options FollowSymLinks
        AllowOverride all
        Require all denied
</Directory>

<Directory /var/www/>
        Options Indexes # <--- NOT OK! It's overwriting the above option of the "/" directory.
        AllowOverride all
        Require all granted
</Directory>

So now if you check the Apache's log message(tail -n 50 -f /var/www/html/{the_error_log_file_of_your_site}) you'll see such an error:

Options FollowSymLinks and SymLinksIfOwnerMatch are both off, so the RewriteRule directive
is also forbidden due to its similar ability to circumvent directory restrictions

That's because Indexes in the above rules for /var/www directory is overwriting the FolowSymLinks of the / directory. So now that you know the cause, in order to fix it, you can do many things depending on your need. For instance:

<Directory />
        Options FollowSymLinks
        AllowOverride all
        Require all denied
</Directory>

<Directory /var/www/>
        Options FollowSymLinks Indexes # <--- OK.
        AllowOverride all
        Require all granted
</Directory>

Or even this:

<Directory />
        Options FollowSymLinks
        AllowOverride all
        Require all denied
</Directory>

<Directory /var/www/>
        Options -Indexes # <--- OK as well! It will NOT cause an overwrite.
        AllowOverride all
        Require all granted
</Directory>

The example above will not cause the overwrite issue, because in Apache, if an option is "+" it will overwrite the "+"s only, and if it's a "-", it will overwrite the "-"s... (Don't ask me for a reference on that though, it's just my interpretation of an Apache's error message(checked through journalctl -xe) which says: Either all Options must start with + or -, or no Option may. when an option has a sign, but another one doesn't(E.g., FollowSymLinks -Indexes). So it's my personal conclusion -thus should be taken with a grain of salt- that if I've used -Indexes as the option, that will be considered as a whole distinct set of options by the Apache from the other option in the "/" which doesn't have any signs on it, and so no annoying rewrites will occur in the end, which I could successfully confirm by the above rules in a project directory of my own).

Hope that this will help you pull much less of your hair! :)

Breadth First Vs Depth First

Understanding the terms:

This picture should give you the idea about the context in which the words breadth and depth are used.

Understanding Breadth and Depth


Depth-First Search:

Depth-First Search

  • Depth-first search algorithm acts as if it wants to get as far away from the starting point as quickly as possible.

  • It generally uses a Stack to remember where it should go when it reaches a dead end.

  • Rules to follow: Push first vertex A on to the Stack

    1. If possible, visit an adjacent unvisited vertex, mark it as visited, and push it on the stack.
    2. If you can’t follow Rule 1, then, if possible, pop a vertex off the stack.
    3. If you can’t follow Rule 1 or Rule 2, you’re done.
  • Java code:

    public void searchDepthFirst() {
        // Begin at vertex 0 (A)
        vertexList[0].wasVisited = true;
        displayVertex(0);
        stack.push(0);
        while (!stack.isEmpty()) {
            int adjacentVertex = getAdjacentUnvisitedVertex(stack.peek());
            // If no such vertex
            if (adjacentVertex == -1) {
                stack.pop();
            } else {
                vertexList[adjacentVertex].wasVisited = true;
                // Do something
                stack.push(adjacentVertex);
            }
        }
        // Stack is empty, so we're done, reset flags
        for (int j = 0; j < nVerts; j++)
            vertexList[j].wasVisited = false;
    }
    
  • Applications: Depth-first searches are often used in simulations of games (and game-like situations in the real world). In a typical game you can choose one of several possible actions. Each choice leads to further choices, each of which leads to further choices, and so on into an ever-expanding tree-shaped graph of possibilities.


Breadth-First Search:

Breadth-First Search

  • The breadth-first search algorithm likes to stay as close as possible to the starting point.
  • This kind of search is generally implemented using a Queue.
  • Rules to follow: Make starting Vertex A the current vertex
    1. Visit the next unvisited vertex (if there is one) that’s adjacent to the current vertex, mark it, and insert it into the queue.
    2. If you can’t carry out Rule 1 because there are no more unvisited vertices, remove a vertex from the queue (if possible) and make it the current vertex.
    3. If you can’t carry out Rule 2 because the queue is empty, you’re done.
  • Java code:

    public void searchBreadthFirst() {
        vertexList[0].wasVisited = true;
        displayVertex(0);
        queue.insert(0);
        int v2;
        while (!queue.isEmpty()) {
            int v1 = queue.remove();
            // Until it has no unvisited neighbors, get one
            while ((v2 = getAdjUnvisitedVertex(v1)) != -1) {
                vertexList[v2].wasVisited = true;
                // Do something
                queue.insert(v2);
            }
        }
        // Queue is empty, so we're done, reset flags
        for (int j = 0; j < nVerts; j++) 
            vertexList[j].wasVisited = false;
    }
    
  • Applications: Breadth-first search first finds all the vertices that are one edge away from the starting point, then all the vertices that are two edges away, and so on. This is useful if you’re trying to find the shortest path from the starting vertex to a given vertex.

Hopefully that should be enough for understanding the Breadth-First and Depth-First searches. For further reading I would recommend the Graphs chapter from an excellent data structures book by Robert Lafore.

How to pass an object from one activity to another on Android

I found a simple & elegant method:

  • NO Parcelable
  • NO Serializable
  • NO Static Field
  • No Event Bus

Method 1

Code for the first activity:

    final Object objSent = new Object();
    final Bundle bundle = new Bundle();
    bundle.putBinder("object_value", new ObjectWrapperForBinder(objSent));
    startActivity(new Intent(this, SecondActivity.class).putExtras(bundle));        
    Log.d(TAG, "original object=" + objSent);

Code for the second activity:

    final Object objReceived = ((ObjectWrapperForBinder)getIntent().getExtras().getBinder("object_value")).getData();
    Log.d(TAG, "received object=" + objReceived);

you will find objSent & objReceived have the same hashCode, so they are identical.

But why can we pass a java object in this way?

Actually, android binder will create global JNI reference for java object and release this global JNI reference when there are no reference for this java object. binder will save this global JNI reference in the Binder object.

*CAUTION: this method ONLY work unless the two activities run in the same process, otherwise throw ClassCastException at (ObjectWrapperForBinder)getIntent().getExtras().getBinder("object_value") *

class ObjectWrapperForBinder defination

public class ObjectWrapperForBinder extends Binder {

    private final Object mData;

    public ObjectWrapperForBinder(Object data) {
        mData = data;
    }

    public Object getData() {
        return mData;
    }
}

Method 2

  • for the sender,
    1. use custom native method to add your java object to JNI global reference table(via JNIEnv::NewGlobalRef)
    2. put the return integer (actually, JNIEnv::NewGlobalRef return jobject, which is a pointer, we can cast it to int safely) to your Intent(via Intent::putExtra)
  • for the receiver
    1. get integer from Intent(via Intent::getInt)
    2. use custom native method to restore your java object from JNI global reference table (via JNIEnv::NewLocalRef)
    3. remove item from JNI global reference table(via JNIEnv::DeleteGlobalRef),

But Method 2 has a little but serious issue, if the receiver fail to restore the java object (for example, some exception happen before restore the java object, or the receiver Activity does not exist at all), then the java object will become an orphan or memory leak, Method 1 don't have this issue, because android binder will handle this exception

Method 3

To invoke the java object remotely, we will create a data contract/interface to describe the java object, we will use the aidl file

IDataContract.aidl

package com.example.objectwrapper;
interface IDataContract {
    int func1(String arg1);
    int func2(String arg1);
}

Code for the first activity

    final IDataContract objSent = new IDataContract.Stub() {

        @Override
        public int func2(String arg1) throws RemoteException {
            // TODO Auto-generated method stub
            Log.d(TAG, "func2:: arg1=" + arg1);
            return 102;
        }

        @Override
        public int func1(String arg1) throws RemoteException {
            // TODO Auto-generated method stub
            Log.d(TAG, "func1:: arg1=" + arg1);
            return 101;
        }
    };
    final Bundle bundle = new Bundle();
    bundle.putBinder("object_value", objSent.asBinder());
    startActivity(new Intent(this, SecondActivity.class).putExtras(bundle));
    Log.d(TAG, "original object=" + objSent);

Code for the second activity:

change the android:process attribute in AndroidManifest.xml to a non-empty process name to make sure the second activity run in another process

    final IDataContract objReceived = IDataContract.Stub.asInterface(getIntent().getExtras().getBinder("object_value"));
    try {
        Log.d(TAG, "received object=" + objReceived + ", func1()=" + objReceived.func1("test1") + ", func2()=" + objReceived.func2("test2"));
    } catch (RemoteException e) {
        // TODO Auto-generated catch block
        e.printStackTrace();
    }

In this way, we can pass an interface between two activities even though they run in different process, and call the interface method remotely

Method 4

method 3 seem not simple enough because we must implement an aidl interface. If you just want to do simple task and the method return value is unnecessary, we can use android.os.Messenger

Code for the first activity( sender):

public class MainActivity extends Activity {
    private static final String TAG = "MainActivity";

    public static final int MSG_OP1 = 1;
    public static final int MSG_OP2 = 2;

    public static final String EXTRA_MESSENGER = "messenger";

    private final Handler mHandler = new Handler() {

        @Override
        public void handleMessage(Message msg) {
            // TODO Auto-generated method stub
            Log.e(TAG, "handleMessage:: msg=" + msg);
            switch (msg.what) {
            case MSG_OP1:

                break;
            case MSG_OP2:
                break;

            default:

                break;
            }
            super.handleMessage(msg);
        }

    };
    @Override
    protected void onCreate(Bundle savedInstanceState) {
        super.onCreate(savedInstanceState);
        setContentView(R.layout.activity_main);

        startActivity(new Intent(this, SecondActivity.class).putExtra(EXTRA_MESSENGER, new Messenger(mHandler)));
    }
}

Code for the second activity ( receiver ):

public class SecondActivity extends Activity {

    @Override
    protected void onCreate(Bundle savedInstanceState) {
        super.onCreate(savedInstanceState);
        setContentView(R.layout.activity_second);

        final Messenger messenger = getIntent().getParcelableExtra(MainActivity.EXTRA_MESSENGER);
        try {
            messenger.send(Message.obtain(null, MainActivity.MSG_OP1, 101, 1001, "10001"));
            messenger.send(Message.obtain(null, MainActivity.MSG_OP2, 102, 1002, "10002"));
        } catch (RemoteException e) {
            // TODO Auto-generated catch block
            e.printStackTrace();
        }

    }
}

All the Messenger.send will execute in a Handler asynchronously and sequentially.

Actually, android.os.Messenger is also an aidl interface, if you have the android source code, you can find a file named IMessenger.aidl

package android.os;

import android.os.Message;

/** @hide */
oneway interface IMessenger {
    void send(in Message msg);
}

XMLHttpRequest cannot load file. Cross origin requests are only supported for HTTP

If you use the WebStorm Javascript IDE, you can just open your project from WebStorm in your browser. WebStorm will automatically start a server and you won't get any of these errors anymore, because you are now accessing the files with the allowed/supported protocols (HTTP).

How to perform OR condition in django queryset?

Both options are already mentioned in the existing answers:

from django.db.models import Q
q1 = User.objects.filter(Q(income__gte=5000) | Q(income__isnull=True))

and

q2 = User.objects.filter(income__gte=5000) | User.objects.filter(income__isnull=True)

However, there seems to be some confusion regarding which one is to prefer.

The point is that they are identical on the SQL level, so feel free to pick whichever you like!

The Django ORM Cookbook talks in some detail about this, here is the relevant part:


queryset = User.objects.filter(
        first_name__startswith='R'
    ) | User.objects.filter(
    last_name__startswith='D'
)

leads to

In [5]: str(queryset.query)
Out[5]: 'SELECT "auth_user"."id", "auth_user"."password", "auth_user"."last_login",
"auth_user"."is_superuser", "auth_user"."username", "auth_user"."first_name",
"auth_user"."last_name", "auth_user"."email", "auth_user"."is_staff",
"auth_user"."is_active", "auth_user"."date_joined" FROM "auth_user"
WHERE ("auth_user"."first_name"::text LIKE R% OR "auth_user"."last_name"::text LIKE D%)'

and

qs = User.objects.filter(Q(first_name__startswith='R') | Q(last_name__startswith='D'))

leads to

In [9]: str(qs.query)
Out[9]: 'SELECT "auth_user"."id", "auth_user"."password", "auth_user"."last_login",
 "auth_user"."is_superuser", "auth_user"."username", "auth_user"."first_name",
  "auth_user"."last_name", "auth_user"."email", "auth_user"."is_staff",
  "auth_user"."is_active", "auth_user"."date_joined" FROM "auth_user"
  WHERE ("auth_user"."first_name"::text LIKE R% OR "auth_user"."last_name"::text LIKE D%)'

source: django-orm-cookbook


How can I switch my signed in user in Visual Studio 2013?

I was able to fix this by: 1) Sign in as the old user. 2) Sign out. 3) Sign in as new user.

In my case, it appears that it wanted to verify my license on the old account first, before it would let me switch to a new one.

jQuery posting JSON

You post JSON like this

$.ajax(url, {
    data : JSON.stringify(myJSObject),
    contentType : 'application/json',
    type : 'POST',
    ...

if you pass an object as settings.data jQuery will convert it to query parameters and by default send with the data type application/x-www-form-urlencoded; charset=UTF-8, probably not what you want

Background Image for Select (dropdown) does not work in Chrome

select 
{
    -webkit-appearance: none;
}

If you need to you can also add an image that contains the arrow as part of the background.

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

  • Review the default app manifest file, AndroidManifest.xml, located in <app dir>/android/app/src/main

  • Edit the android:label to your desired display name

Can my enums have friendly names?

This is a terrible idea, but it does work.

    public enum myEnum
{
    ThisNameWorks,
    ThisNameDoesntWork149141331,// This Name doesn't work
    NeitherDoesThis1849204824// Neither.does.this;
}

class Program
{
    private static unsafe void ChangeString(string original, string replacement)
    {
        if (original.Length < replacement.Length)
            throw new ArgumentException();

        fixed (char* pDst = original)
        fixed (char* pSrc = replacement)
        {
            // Update the length of the original string
            int* lenPtr = (int*)pDst;
            lenPtr[-1] = replacement.Length;

            // Copy the characters
            for (int i = 0; i < replacement.Length; i++)
                pDst[i] = pSrc[i];
        }
    }

    public static unsafe void Initialize()
    {
        ChangeString(myEnum.ThisNameDoesntWork149141331.ToString(), "This Name doesn't work");
        ChangeString(myEnum.NeitherDoesThis1849204824.ToString(), "Neither.does.this");
    }

    static void Main(string[] args)
    {
        Console.WriteLine(myEnum.ThisNameWorks);
        Console.WriteLine(myEnum.ThisNameDoesntWork149141331);
        Console.WriteLine(myEnum.NeitherDoesThis1849204824);

        Initialize();

        Console.WriteLine(myEnum.ThisNameWorks);
        Console.WriteLine(myEnum.ThisNameDoesntWork149141331);
        Console.WriteLine(myEnum.NeitherDoesThis1849204824);
    }

Requirements

  1. Your enum names must have the same number of characters or more than the string that you want to it to be.

  2. Your enum names shouldn't be repeated anywhere, just in case string interning messes things up

Why this is a bad idea (a few reasons)

  1. Your enum names become ugly beause of the requirements

  2. It relies on you calling the initialization method early enough

  3. Unsafe pointers

  4. If the internal format of string changes, e.g. if the length field is moved, you're screwed

  5. If Enum.ToString() is ever changed so that it returns only a copy, you're screwed

  6. Raymond Chen will complain about your use of undocumented features, and how it's your fault that the CLR team couldn't make an optimization to cut run time by 50%, during his next .NET week.

MySQL Server has gone away when importing large sql file

Make sure mysqld process does not restart because of service managers like systemd.

I had this problem in vagrant with centos 7. Configuration tweaks didn't help. Turned out it was systemd which killed mysqld service every time when it took too much memory.

How do I rewrite URLs in a proxy response in NGINX

We should first read the documentation on proxy_pass carefully and fully.

The URI passed to upstream server is determined based on whether "proxy_pass" directive is used with URI or not. Trailing slash in proxy_pass directive means that URI is present and equal to /. Absense of trailing slash means hat URI is absent.

Proxy_pass with URI:

location /some_dir/ {
    proxy_pass http://some_server/;
}

With the above, there's the following proxy:

http:// your_server/some_dir/ some_subdir/some_file ->
http:// some_server/          some_subdir/some_file

Basically, /some_dir/ gets replaced by / to change the request path from /some_dir/some_subdir/some_file to /some_subdir/some_file.

Proxy_pass without URI:

location /some_dir/ {
    proxy_pass http://some_server;
}

With the second (no trailing slash): the proxy goes like this:

http:// your_server /some_dir/some_subdir/some_file ->
http:// some_server /some_dir/some_subdir/some_file

Basically, the full original request path gets passed on without changes.


So, in your case, it seems you should just drop the trailing slash to get what you want.


Caveat

Note that automatic rewrite only works if you don't use variables in proxy_pass. If you use variables, you should do rewrite yourself:

location /some_dir/ {
  rewrite    /some_dir/(.*) /$1 break;
  proxy_pass $upstream_server;
}

There are other cases where rewrite wouldn't work, that's why reading documentation is a must.


Edit

Reading your question again, it seems I may have missed that you just want to edit the html output.

For that, you can use the sub_filter directive. Something like ...

location /admin/ {
    proxy_pass http://localhost:8080/;
    sub_filter "http://your_server/" "http://your_server/admin/";
    sub_filter_once off;
}

Basically, the string you want to replace and the replacement string

Pull new updates from original GitHub repository into forked GitHub repository

If you're using the GitHub desktop application, there is a synchronise button on the top right corner. Click on it then Update from <original repo> near top left.

If there are no changes to be synchronised, this will be inactive.

Here are some screenshots to make this easy.

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

Nice solutions, but I wonder why nobody is giving the solution for windows.

If you are using windows you just have to "Run as Administrator" the cmd.

Select columns in PySpark dataframe

First two columns and 5 rows

 df.select(df.columns[:2]).take(5)

Node.js: Gzip compression?

As of today, epxress.compress() seems to be doing a brilliant job of this.

In any express app just call this.use(express.compress());.

I'm running locomotive on top of express personally and this is working beautifully. I can't speak to any other libraries or frameworks built on top of express but as long as they honor full stack transparency you should be fine.

Can I make dynamic styles in React Native?

If you still want to take advantage of StyleSheet.create and also have dynamic styles, try this out:

const Circle = ({initial}) => {


const initial = user.pending ? user.email[0] : user.firstName[0];

    const colorStyles = {
        backgroundColor: randomColor()
    };

    return (
        <View style={[styles.circle, colorStyles]}>
            <Text style={styles.text}>{initial.toUpperCase()}</Text>
        </View>
    );
};

const styles = StyleSheet.create({
    circle: {
        height: 40,
        width: 40,
        borderRadius: 30,
        overflow: 'hidden'
    },
    text: {
        fontSize: 12,
        lineHeight: 40,
        color: '#fff',
        textAlign: 'center'
    }
});

Notice how the style property of the View is set as an array that combines your stylesheet with your dynamic styles.

How to Save Console.WriteLine Output to Text File

Create a class Logger(code below), replace Console.WriteLine with Logger.Out. At the end write to a file the string Log

public static class Logger
{        
     public static StringBuilder LogString = new StringBuilder(); 
     public static void Out(string str)
     {
         Console.WriteLine(str);
         LogString.Append(str).Append(Environment.NewLine);
     }
 }

Where is the documentation for the values() method of Enum?

Run this

    for (Method m : sex.class.getDeclaredMethods()) {
        System.out.println(m);
    }

you will see

public static test.Sex test.Sex.valueOf(java.lang.String)
public static test.Sex[] test.Sex.values()

These are all public methods that "sex" class has. They are not in the source code, javac.exe added them

Notes:

  1. never use sex as a class name, it's difficult to read your code, we use Sex in Java

  2. when facing a Java puzzle like this one, I recommend to use a bytecode decompiler tool (I use Andrey Loskutov's bytecode outline Eclispe plugin). This will show all what's inside a class

Warn user before leaving web page with unsaved changes

Universal solution requiring no configuration that automatically detects all input modification, including contenteditable elements:

"use strict";
(() => {
const modified_inputs = new Set;
const defaultValue = "defaultValue";
// store default values
addEventListener("beforeinput", (evt) => {
    const target = evt.target;
    if (!(defaultValue in target || defaultValue in target.dataset)) {
        target.dataset[defaultValue] = ("" + (target.value || target.textContent)).trim();
    }
});
// detect input modifications
addEventListener("input", (evt) => {
    const target = evt.target;
    let original;
    if (defaultValue in target) {
        original = target[defaultValue];
    } else {
        original = target.dataset[defaultValue];
    }
    if (original !== ("" + (target.value || target.textContent)).trim()) {
        if (!modified_inputs.has(target)) {
            modified_inputs.add(target);
        }
    } else if (modified_inputs.has(target)) {
        modified_inputs.delete(target);
    }
});
// clear modified inputs upon form submission
addEventListener("submit", () => {
    modified_inputs.clear();
    // to prevent the warning from happening, it is advisable
    // that you clear your form controls back to their default
    // state with form.reset() after submission
});
// warn before closing if any inputs are modified
addEventListener("beforeunload", (evt) => {
    if (modified_inputs.size) {
        const unsaved_changes_warning = "Changes you made may not be saved.";
        evt.returnValue = unsaved_changes_warning;
        return unsaved_changes_warning;
    }
});
})();

Multiple conditions in ngClass - Angular 4

<a [ngClass]="{'class1':array.status === 'active','class2':array.status === 'idle','class3':array.status === 'inactive',}">

Java method to sum any number of ints

Use var args

public long sum(int... numbers){
      if(numbers == null){ return 0L;}
      long result = 0L;
      for(int number: numbers){
         result += number;
      }
      return result;   
}

How does lock work exactly?

Locks will block other threads from executing the code contained in the lock block. The threads will have to wait until the thread inside the lock block has completed and the lock is released. This does have a negative impact on performance in a multithreaded environment. If you do need to do this you should make sure the code within the lock block can process very quickly. You should try to avoid expensive activities like accessing a database etc.

How to explain callbacks in plain english? How are they different from calling one function from another function?

Callbacks allows you to insert your own code into another block of code to be executed at another time, that modifies or adds to the behavior of that other block of code to suit your needs. You gain flexibility and customizability while being able to have more maintainable code.

Less hardcode = easier to maintain and change = less time = more business value = awesomeness.

For example, in javascript, using Underscore.js, you could find all even elements in an array like this:

var evens = _.filter([1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6], function(num){ return num % 2 == 0; });
=> [2, 4, 6]

Example courtesy of Underscore.js: http://documentcloud.github.com/underscore/#filter

How do I format currencies in a Vue component?

You can use this example

formatPrice(value) {
  return value.toString().replace(/(\d)(?=(\d{3})+(?!\d))/g, '$1,');
},

while-else-loop

Java does not have this control structure.
It should be noted though, that other languages do.
Python for example, has the while-else construct.

In Java's case, you can mimic this behaviour as you have already shown:

if (rowIndex >= dataColLinker.size()) {
    do {
        dataColLinker.add(value);
    } while(rowIndex >= dataColLinker.size());
} else {
    dataColLinker.set(rowIndex, value);
}

How do I determine whether an array contains a particular value in Java?

ObStupidAnswer (but I think there's a lesson in here somewhere):

enum Values {
    AB, BC, CD, AE
}

try {
    Values.valueOf(s);
    return true;
} catch (IllegalArgumentException exc) {
    return false;
}

Convert an integer to a byte array

Check out the "encoding/binary" package. Particularly the Read and Write functions:

binary.Write(a, binary.LittleEndian, myInt)

How do I make a semi transparent background?

This is simple and sort. Use hsla css function like below

.transparent {
   background-color: hsla(0,0%,4%,.4);
}

How to implement a read only property

With the introduction of C# 6 (in VS 2015), you can now have get-only automatic properties, in which the implicit backing field is readonly (i.e. values can be assigned in the constructor but not elsewhere):

public string Name { get; }

public Customer(string name)  // Constructor
{
    Name = name;
}

private void SomeFunction()
{
    Name = "Something Else";  // Compile-time error
}

And you can now also initialise properties (with or without a setter) inline:

public string Name { get; } = "Boris";

Referring back to the question, this gives you the advantages of option 2 (public member is a property, not a field) with the brevity of option 1.

Unfortunately, it doesn't provide a guarantee of immutability at the level of the public interface (as in @CodesInChaos's point about self-documentation), because to a consumer of the class, having no setter is indistinguishable from having a private setter.

Vue template or render function not defined yet I am using neither?

The reason you're receiving that error is that you're using the runtime build which doesn't support templates in HTML files as seen here vuejs.org

In essence what happens with vue loaded files is that their templates are compile time converted into render functions where as your base function was trying to compile from your html element.

How to change Elasticsearch max memory size

If you use the service wrapper provided in Elasticsearch's Github repository, found at https://github.com/elasticsearch/elasticsearch-servicewrapper, then the conf file at elasticsearch-servicewrapper / service / elasticsearch.conf controls memory settings. At the top of elasticsearch.conf is a parameter:

set.default.ES_HEAP_SIZE=1024

Just reduce this parameter, say to "set.default.ES_HEAP_SIZE=512", to reduce Elasticsearch's allotted memory.

Note that if you use the elasticsearch-wrapper, the ES_HEAP_SIZE provided in elasticsearch.conf OVERRIDES ALL OTHER SETTINGS. This took me a bit to figure out, since from the documentation, it seemed that heap memory could be set from elasticsearch.yml.

If your service wrapper settings are set somewhere else, such as at /etc/default/elasticsearch as in James's example, then set the ES_HEAP_SIZE there.

How to get the groups of a user in Active Directory? (c#, asp.net)

My solution:

UserPrincipal user = UserPrincipal.FindByIdentity(new PrincipalContext(ContextType.Domain, myDomain), IdentityType.SamAccountName, myUser);
List<string> UserADGroups = new List<string>();            
foreach (GroupPrincipal group in user.GetGroups())
{
    UserADGroups.Add(group.ToString());
}

How to get a float result by dividing two integer values using T-SQL?

Looks like this trick works in SQL Server and is shorter (based in previous answers)

SELECT 1.0*MyInt1/MyInt2

Or:

SELECT (1.0*MyInt1)/MyInt2

Error while waiting for device: Time out after 300seconds waiting for emulator to come online

I had the same problem. I'm using Android Studio 2.3 and Debian 9.1 Stretch 64 bits. In my case, the problem was in default settings established in graphics aceleration configuration. To solve the problem I opened the AVD Manager, then I selected the device and I opened config file (config.ini) selecting "Show on disk" option whitin "Actions" column. Within the file, I changed the value setted in hw.gpu.mode variable from mesa to swiftshader. After saved the changes, the emulator started without any problems. More options availables could be found on this link.

Pretty-print an entire Pandas Series / DataFrame

Using pd.options.display

This answer is a variation of the prior answer by lucidyan. It makes the code more readable by avoiding the use of set_option.

After importing pandas, as an alternative to using the context manager, set such options for displaying large dataframes:

def set_pandas_display_options() -> None:
    """Set pandas display options."""
    # Ref: https://stackoverflow.com/a/52432757/
    display = pd.options.display

    display.max_columns = 1000
    display.max_rows = 1000
    display.max_colwidth = 199
    display.width = None
    # display.precision = 2  # set as needed

set_pandas_display_options()

After this, you can use either display(df) or just df if using a notebook, otherwise print(df).

Using to_string

Pandas 0.25.3 does have DataFrame.to_string and Series.to_string methods which accept formatting options.

Using to_markdown

If what you need is markdown output, Pandas 1.0.0 has DataFrame.to_markdown and Series.to_markdown methods.

Using to_html

If what you need is HTML output, Pandas 0.25.3 does have a DataFrame.to_html method but not a Series.to_html. Note that a Series can be converted to a DataFrame.

How to check all checkboxes using jQuery?

You Can use below Simple Code:

function checkDelBoxes(pForm, boxName, parent)
{
    for (i = 0; i < pForm.elements.length; i++)
        if (pForm.elements[i].name == boxName)
            pForm.elements[i].checked = parent;
}

Example for Using:

<a href="javascript:;" onclick="javascript:checkDelBoxes($(this).closest('form').get(0), 'CheckBox[]', true);return false;"> Select All
</a>
<a href="javascript:;" onclick="javascript:checkDelBoxes($(this).closest('form').get(0), 'CheckBox[]', false);return false;"> Unselect All
</a>

How do I calculate the normal vector of a line segment?

If we define dx = x2 - x1 and dy = y2 - y1, then the normals are (-dy, dx) and (dy, -dx).

Note that no division is required, and so you're not risking dividing by zero.

Parse JSON file using GSON

One thing that to be remembered while solving such problems is that in JSON file, a { indicates a JSONObject and a [ indicates JSONArray. If one could manage them properly, it would be very easy to accomplish the task of parsing the JSON file. The above code was really very helpful for me and I hope this content adds some meaning to the above code.

The Gson JsonReader documentation explains how to handle parsing of JsonObjects and JsonArrays:

  • Within array handling methods, first call beginArray() to consume the array's opening bracket. Then create a while loop that accumulates values, terminating when hasNext() is false. Finally, read the array's closing bracket by calling endArray().
  • Within object handling methods, first call beginObject() to consume the object's opening brace. Then create a while loop that assigns values to local variables based on their name. This loop should terminate when hasNext() is false. Finally, read the object's closing brace by calling endObject().

How to detect control+click in Javascript from an onclick div attribute?

Try this:

var control = false;
$(document).on('keyup keydown', function(e) {
  control = e.ctrlKey;
});

$('div#1').on('click', function() {
  if (control) {
    // control-click
  } else {
    // single-click
  }
});

And the right-click triggers a contextmenu event, so:

$('div#1').on('contextmenu', function() {
  // right-click handler
})

ASP.NET MVC - Find Absolute Path to the App_Data folder from Controller

string Index = i;
            string FileName = "Mutton" + Index + ".xml";
            XmlDocument xmlDoc = new XmlDocument();

            var path = Path.Combine(Server.MapPath("~/Content/FilesXML"), FileName);
            xmlDoc.Load(path); // Can use xmlDoc.LoadXml(YourString);

this is the best Solution to get the path what is exactly need for now

Arduino error: does not name a type?

The only thing you have to do is adding this line to your sketch

#include <SPI.h>

before #include <Adafruit_MAX31855.h>.

How to run a javascript function during a mouseover on a div

Here's a jQuery solution.

<script type="text/javascript" src="/path/to/your/copy/of/jquery-1.3.2.min.js"></script>
<script type="text/javascript">
$(document).ready(function() {
    $("#sub1").mouseover(function() {
        $("#welcome").toggle();
    });
});
</script>

Using this markup:

<div id="sub1">some text</div>
<div id="welcome" style="display:none;">Welcome message</div>

You didn't really specify if (or when) you wanted to hide the welcome message, but this would toggle hiding or showing each time you moused over the text.

What is perm space?

Perm space is used to keep informations for loaded classes and few other advanced features like String Pool(for highly optimized string equality testing), which usually get created by String.intern() methods. As your application(number of classes) will grow this space shall get filled quickly, since the garbage collection on this Space is not much effective to clean up as required, you quickly get Out of Memory : perm gen space error. After then, no application shall run on that machine effectively even after having a huge empty JVM.

Before starting your application you should java -XX:MaxPermSize to get rid of this error.

How to find the kafka version in linux

You can grep the logs to see the version. Let's say kafka is installed under /usr/local/kafka, then:

$ grep "Kafka version" /usr/local/kafka/logs/*

/usr/local/kafka/logs/kafkaServer.out: INFO Kafka version : 0.9.0.1 (org.apache.kafka.common.utils.AppInfoParser)

will reveal the version

Using openssl to get the certificate from a server

While I agree with Ari's answer (and upvoted it :), I needed to do an extra step to get it to work with Java on Windows (where it needed to be deployed):

openssl s_client -showcerts -connect www.example.com:443 < /dev/null | openssl x509 -outform DER > derp.der

Before adding the openssl x509 -outform DER conversion, I was getting an error from keytool on Windows complaining about the certificate's format. Importing the .der file worked fine.

Returning pointer from a function

Although returning a pointer to a local object is bad practice, it didn't cause the kaboom here. Here's why you got a segfault:

int *fun()
{
    int *point;
    *point=12;  <<<<<<  your program crashed here.
    return point;
}

The local pointer goes out of scope, but the real issue is dereferencing a pointer that was never initialized. What is the value of point? Who knows. If the value did not map to a valid memory location, you will get a SEGFAULT. If by luck it mapped to something valid, then you just corrupted memory by overwriting that place with your assignment to 12.

Since the pointer returned was immediately used, in this case you could get away with returning a local pointer. However, it is bad practice because if that pointer was reused after another function call reused that memory in the stack, the behavior of the program would be undefined.

int *fun()
{
    int point;
    point = 12;
    return (&point);
}

or almost identically:

int *fun()
{
    int point;
    int *point_ptr;
    point_ptr = &point;
    *point_ptr = 12;
    return (point_ptr);
}

Another bad practice but safer method would be to declare the integer value as a static variable, and it would then not be on the stack and would be safe from being used by another function:

int *fun()
{
    static int point;
    int *point_ptr;
    point_ptr = &point;
    *point_ptr = 12;
    return (point_ptr);
}

or

int *fun()
{
    static int point;
    point = 12;
    return (&point);
}

As others have mentioned, the "right" way to do this would be to allocate memory on the heap, via malloc.

In Node.js, how do I turn a string to a json?

use the JSON function >

JSON.parse(theString)

Can one do a for each loop in java in reverse order?

Not without writing some custom code which will give you an enumerator which will reverse the elements for you.

You should be able to do it in Java by creating a custom implementation of Iterable which will return the elements in reverse order.

Then, you would instantiate the wrapper (or call the method, what-have-you) which would return the Iterable implementation which reverses the element in the for each loop.

Common MySQL fields and their appropriate data types

Here are some common datatypes I use (I am not much of a pro though):

| Column           | Data type     | Note
| ---------------- | ------------- | -------------------------------------
| id               | INTEGER       | AUTO_INCREMENT, UNSIGNED                                                          |  
| uuid             | CHAR(36)      | or CHAR(16) binary                                                                |  
| title            | VARCHAR(255)  |                                                                                   |  
| full name        | VARCHAR(70)   |                                                                                   |  
| gender           | TINYINT       | UNSIGNED                                                                          |  
| description      | TINYTEXT      | often may not be enough, use TEXT 
                                     instead          
| post body        | TEXT          |                                                                                   |  
| email            | VARCHAR(255)  |                                                                                   |  
| url              | VARCHAR(2083) | MySQL version < 5.0.3 - use TEXT                                                  |  
| salt             | CHAR(x)       | randomly generated string, usually of 
                                     fixed length (x)    
| digest (md5)     | CHAR(32)      |                                                                                   |  
| phone number     | VARCHAR(20)   |                                                                                   |  
| US zip code      | CHAR(5)       | Use CHAR(10) if you store extended 
                                     codes      
| US/Canada p.code | CHAR(6)       |                                                                                   |  
| file path        | VARCHAR(255)  |                                                                                   |  
| 5-star rating    | DECIMAL(3,2)  | UNSIGNED                                                                          |  
| price            | DECIMAL(10,2) | UNSIGNED                                                                          |  
| date (creation)  | DATE/DATETIME | usually displayed as initial date of 
                                     a post                                       |  
| date (tracking)  | TIMESTAMP     | can be used for tracking changes in a 
                                     post                                        |  
| tags, categories | TINYTEXT      | comma separated values *                                                          |  
| status           | TINYINT(1)    | 1 – published, 0 – unpublished, … You 
                                     can also use ENUM for human-readable 
                                     values
| json data        | JSON          | or LONGTEXT       

Selecting a row in DataGridView programmatically

 <GridViewName>.ClearSelection(); ----------------------------------------------------1
 foreach(var item in itemList) -------------------------------------------------------2
 {
    rowHandle =<GridViewName>.LocateByValue("UniqueProperty_Name", item.unique_id );--3
    if (rowHandle != GridControl.InvalidRowHandle)------------------------------------4
    {
        <GridViewName>.SelectRow(rowHandle);------------------------------------ -----5
    }
  }
  1. Clear all previous selection.
  2. Loop through rows needed to be selected in your grid.
  3. Get their row handles from grid (Note here grid is already updated with new rows)
  4. Checking if the row handle is valid or not.
  5. When valid row handle then select it.

Where itemList is list of rows to be selected in the grid view.

pandas create new column based on values from other columns / apply a function of multiple columns, row-wise

try this,

df.loc[df['eri_white']==1,'race_label'] = 'White'
df.loc[df['eri_hawaiian']==1,'race_label'] = 'Haw/Pac Isl.'
df.loc[df['eri_afr_amer']==1,'race_label'] = 'Black/AA'
df.loc[df['eri_asian']==1,'race_label'] = 'Asian'
df.loc[df['eri_nat_amer']==1,'race_label'] = 'A/I AK Native'
df.loc[(df['eri_afr_amer'] + df['eri_asian'] + df['eri_hawaiian'] + df['eri_nat_amer'] + df['eri_white']) > 1,'race_label'] = 'Two Or More'
df.loc[df['eri_hispanic']==1,'race_label'] = 'Hispanic'
df['race_label'].fillna('Other', inplace=True)

O/P:

     lname   fname rno_cd  eri_afr_amer  eri_asian  eri_hawaiian  \
0      MOST    JEFF      E             0          0             0   
1    CRUISE     TOM      E             0          0             0   
2      DEPP  JOHNNY    NaN             0          0             0   
3     DICAP     LEO    NaN             0          0             0   
4    BRANDO  MARLON      E             0          0             0   
5     HANKS     TOM    NaN             0          0             0   
6    DENIRO  ROBERT      E             0          1             0   
7    PACINO      AL      E             0          0             0   
8  WILLIAMS   ROBIN      E             0          0             1   
9  EASTWOOD   CLINT      E             0          0             0   

   eri_hispanic  eri_nat_amer  eri_white rno_defined    race_label  
0             0             0          1       White         White  
1             1             0          0       White      Hispanic  
2             0             0          1     Unknown         White  
3             0             0          1     Unknown         White  
4             0             0          0       White         Other  
5             0             0          1     Unknown         White  
6             0             0          1       White   Two Or More  
7             0             0          1       White         White  
8             0             0          0       White  Haw/Pac Isl.  
9             0             0          1       White         White 

use .loc instead of apply.

it improves vectorization.

.loc works in simple manner, mask rows based on the condition, apply values to the freeze rows.

for more details visit, .loc docs

Performance metrics:

Accepted Answer:

def label_race (row):
   if row['eri_hispanic'] == 1 :
      return 'Hispanic'
   if row['eri_afr_amer'] + row['eri_asian'] + row['eri_hawaiian'] + row['eri_nat_amer'] + row['eri_white'] > 1 :
      return 'Two Or More'
   if row['eri_nat_amer'] == 1 :
      return 'A/I AK Native'
   if row['eri_asian'] == 1:
      return 'Asian'
   if row['eri_afr_amer']  == 1:
      return 'Black/AA'
   if row['eri_hawaiian'] == 1:
      return 'Haw/Pac Isl.'
   if row['eri_white'] == 1:
      return 'White'
   return 'Other'

df=pd.read_csv('dataser.csv')
df = pd.concat([df]*1000)

%timeit df.apply(lambda row: label_race(row), axis=1)

1.15 s ± 46.5 ms per loop (mean ± std. dev. of 7 runs, 1 loop each)

My Proposed Answer:

def label_race(df):
    df.loc[df['eri_white']==1,'race_label'] = 'White'
    df.loc[df['eri_hawaiian']==1,'race_label'] = 'Haw/Pac Isl.'
    df.loc[df['eri_afr_amer']==1,'race_label'] = 'Black/AA'
    df.loc[df['eri_asian']==1,'race_label'] = 'Asian'
    df.loc[df['eri_nat_amer']==1,'race_label'] = 'A/I AK Native'
    df.loc[(df['eri_afr_amer'] + df['eri_asian'] + df['eri_hawaiian'] + df['eri_nat_amer'] + df['eri_white']) > 1,'race_label'] = 'Two Or More'
    df.loc[df['eri_hispanic']==1,'race_label'] = 'Hispanic'
    df['race_label'].fillna('Other', inplace=True)
df=pd.read_csv('s22.csv')
df = pd.concat([df]*1000)

%timeit label_race(df)

24.7 ms ± 1.7 ms per loop (mean ± std. dev. of 7 runs, 10 loops each)

Add column to SQL Server

Of course! Just use the ALTER TABLE... syntax.

Example

ALTER TABLE YourTable
  ADD Foo INT NULL /*Adds a new int column existing rows will be 
                     given a NULL value for the new column*/

Or

ALTER TABLE YourTable
  ADD Bar INT NOT NULL DEFAULT(0) /*Adds a new int column existing rows will
                                    be given the value zero*/

In SQL Server 2008 the first one is a metadata only change. The second will update all rows.

In SQL Server 2012+ Enterprise edition the second one is a metadata only change too.

JavaScript: Alert.Show(message) From ASP.NET Code-behind

try:

string script = "<script type=\"text/javascript\">alert('" + cleanMessage + "');</script>";

Rounding to 2 decimal places in SQL

Try using the COLUMN command with the FORMAT option for that:

COLUMN COLUMN_NAME FORMAT 99.99
SELECT COLUMN_NAME FROM ....

Escape invalid XML characters in C#

The RemoveInvalidXmlChars method provided by Irishman does not support surrogate characters. To test it, use the following example:

static void Main()
{
    const string content = "\v\U00010330";

    string newContent = RemoveInvalidXmlChars(content);

    Console.WriteLine(newContent);
}

This returns an empty string but it shouldn't! It should return "\U00010330" because the character U+10330 is a valid XML character.

To support surrogate characters, I suggest using the following method:

public static string RemoveInvalidXmlChars(string text)
{
    if (string.IsNullOrEmpty(text))
        return text;

    int length = text.Length;
    StringBuilder stringBuilder = new StringBuilder(length);

    for (int i = 0; i < length; ++i)
    {
        if (XmlConvert.IsXmlChar(text[i]))
        {
            stringBuilder.Append(text[i]);
        }
        else if (i + 1 < length && XmlConvert.IsXmlSurrogatePair(text[i + 1], text[i]))
        {
            stringBuilder.Append(text[i]);
            stringBuilder.Append(text[i + 1]);
            ++i;
        }
    }

    return stringBuilder.ToString();
}

'Java' is not recognized as an internal or external command

For me its start working after putting ,: in the starting of the system variable path :--


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Insert multiple rows WITHOUT repeating the "INSERT INTO ..." part of the statement?

This will achieve what you're asking about:

INSERT INTO table1 (ID, Name)
    VALUES (123, 'Timmy'), 
           (124, 'Jonny'), 
           (125, 'Sally');

For future developers, you can also insert from another table:

INSERT INTO table1 (ID, Name)
    SELECT 
         ID, 
         Name 
    FROM table2

Or even from multiple tables:

INSERT INTO table1 (column2, column3)
    SELECT 
         t2.column, 
         t3.column
    FROM table2 t2
         INNER JOIN table3 t3
         ON t2.ID = t3.ID

Gcc error: gcc: error trying to exec 'cc1': execvp: No such file or directory

What helped for me was to use llvm-gcc instead:

ln -s $(which llvm-gcc) /usr/local/bin/gcc

Access Enum value using EL with JSTL

In Java Class:

    public class EnumTest{
    //Other property link
    private String name;
    ....

        public enum Status {
                ACTIVE,NEWLINK, BROADCASTED, PENDING, CLICKED, VERIFIED, AWARDED, INACTIVE, EXPIRED, DELETED_BY_ADMIN;
            }

        private Status statusobj ;

    //Getter and Setters
}

So now POJO and enum obj is created. Now EnumTest you will set in session object using in the servlet or controller class session.setAttribute("enumTest", EnumTest );

In JSP Page

<c:if test="${enumTest.statusobj == 'ACTIVE'}">

//TRUE??? THEN PROCESS SOME LOGIC

How to select where ID in Array Rails ActiveRecord without exception

You can also use it in named_scope if You want to put there others conditions

for example include some other model:

named_scope 'get_by_ids', lambda { |ids| { :include => [:comments], :conditions => ["comments.id IN (?)", ids] } }

MySQL INSERT INTO table VALUES.. vs INSERT INTO table SET

Since the syntaxes are equivalent (in MySQL anyhow), I prefer the INSERT INTO table SET x=1, y=2 syntax, since it is easier to modify and easier to catch errors in the statement, especially when inserting lots of columns. If you have to insert 10 or 15 or more columns, it's really easy to mix something up using the (x, y) VALUES (1,2) syntax, in my opinion.

If portability between different SQL standards is an issue, then maybe INSERT INTO table (x, y) VALUES (1,2) would be preferred.

And if you want to insert multiple records in a single query, it doesn't seem like the INSERT INTO ... SET syntax will work, whereas the other one will. But in most practical cases, you're looping through a set of records to do inserts anyhow, though there could be some cases where maybe constructing one large query to insert a bunch of rows into a table in one query, vs. a query for each row, might have a performance improvement. Really don't know.

How to use localization in C#

In addition to @Eric Bole-Feysot answer:

Thanks to satellite assemblies, localization can be created based on .dll/.exe files. This way:

  • source code (VS project) could be separated from language project,
  • adding a new language does not require recompiling the project,
  • translation could be made even by the end-user.

There is a little known tool called LSACreator (free for non-commercial use or buy option) which allows you to create localization based on .dll/.exe files. In fact, internally (in language project's directory) it creates/manages localized versions of resx files and compiles an assembly in similar way as @Eric Bole-Feysot described.

How to animate button in android?

create shake.xml in anim folder

<?xml version="1.0" encoding="utf-8"?>
<translate xmlns:android="http://schemas.android.com/apk/res/android" 
    android:fromXDelta="0" 
        android:toXDelta="10" 
            android:duration="1000" 
                android:interpolator="@anim/cycle" />

and cycle.xml in anim folder

<?xml version="1.0" encoding="utf-8"?>
<cycleInterpolator xmlns:android="http://schemas.android.com/apk/res/android" 
    android:cycles="4" />

now add animation on your code

Animation shake = AnimationUtils.loadAnimation(this, R.anim.shake);
anyview.startAnimation(shake);

If you want vertical animation, change fromXdelta and toXdelta value to fromYdelta and toYdelta value

Linq to SQL .Sum() without group ... into

What about:

itemsInCart.AsEnumerable().Sum(o=>o.Price);

AsEnumerable makes the difference, this query will execute locally (Linq To Objects).

Postgresql: password authentication failed for user "postgres"

i had a similar problem. Ubuntu was left me log in in console with any password for superuser. Except when i connected with -h localhost in psql line command.

I Observed too that "localhost:8080/MyJSPSiteLogIn" - showed: Fatal: autentication error with user "user".

pg_hba.conf was ok.

I noted had two versions of postgres running in the same service.

Solved - uninstalling inutil version.

db.collection is not a function when using MongoClient v3.0

MongoDB queries return a cursor to an array stored in memory. To access that array's result you must call .toArray() at the end of the query.

  db.collection("customers").find({}).toArray() 

An error when I add a variable to a string

You're missing your database name:

$sql = "SELECT ID, ListStID, ListEmail, Title FROM ".$entry_database." WHERE ID = ". $ReqBookID .";

And make sure that $entry_database isn't null or empty:

var_dump($entry_database);

Also notice that you don't need to have $ReqBookID in '' as if it's an Int.

CSS Circle with border

_x000D_
_x000D_
.circle {_x000D_
    background-color:#fff;_x000D_
    border:1px solid red;    _x000D_
    height:100px;_x000D_
    border-radius:50%;_x000D_
    -moz-border-radius:50%;_x000D_
    -webkit-border-radius:50%;_x000D_
    width:100px;_x000D_
}
_x000D_
<div class="circle"></div>
_x000D_
_x000D_
_x000D_

Is it possible to remove the hand cursor that appears when hovering over a link? (or keep it set as the normal pointer)

Using inline styling use <a href="your link here" style="cursor:default">your content here</a>. See this example

Alternatively use css. See this example.

This solution is cross-browser compatible.

Socket accept - "Too many open files"

Use lsof -u `whoami` | wc -l to find how many open files the user has

SSL received a record that exceeded the maximum permissible length. (Error code: ssl_error_rx_record_too_long)

This seems to be the result you see from Firefox when the server is not configured properly for SSL. Chrome, BTW, just gave a generic "ssl failed" code.

What happens is that the browser sends a SSL handshake when the server is expecting an HTTP request. Server responds with a 400 code and an error message that is much bigger that the handshake message that the browser expects. Hence the FF message.

As we can see from the responses here there are many things that can break the SSL configuration but not stop the server starting or give any hints in error.log.

What I did was systematically check down all the answers until I finally found the right one, right at the bottom.

Here is what I had in the access logs:

rfulton.actrix.co.nz:80 192.168.1.3 - - [09/Oct/2016:13:39:32 +1300] "\x16\x03\x01" 400 0 "-" "-"
rfulton.actrix.co.nz:80 192.168.1.3 - - [09/Oct/2016:13:39:46 +1300] "\x16\x03\x01" 400 0 "-" "-"
rfulton.actrix.co.nz:80 192.168.1.3 - - [09/Oct/2016:13:49:13 +1300] "\x16\x03\x01" 400 0 "-" "-"

Can't bind to 'ngIf' since it isn't a known property of 'div'

Just for anyone who still has an issue, I also had an issue where I typed ngif rather than ngIf (notice the capital 'I').

error LNK2001: unresolved external symbol (C++)

That means that the definition of your function is not present in your program. You forgot to add that one.cpp to your program.

What "to add" means in this case depends on your build environment and its terminology. In MSVC (since you are apparently use MSVC) you'd have to add one.cpp to the project.

In more practical terms, applicable to all typical build methodologies, when you link you program, the object file created form one.cpp is missing.

Best implementation for hashCode method for a collection

There's a good implementation of the Effective Java's hashcode() and equals() logic in Apache Commons Lang. Checkout HashCodeBuilder and EqualsBuilder.

Powershell Get-ChildItem most recent file in directory

You could try to sort descending "sort LastWriteTime -Descending" and then "select -first 1." Not sure which one is faster

Retrofit and GET using parameters

Complete working example in Kotlin, I have replaced my API keys with 1111...

        val apiService = API.getInstance().retrofit.create(MyApiEndpointInterface::class.java)
        val params = HashMap<String, String>()
        params["q"] =  "munich,de"
        params["APPID"] = "11111111111111111"

        val call = apiService.getWeather(params)

        call.enqueue(object : Callback<WeatherResponse> {
            override fun onFailure(call: Call<WeatherResponse>?, t: Throwable?) {
                Log.e("Error:::","Error "+t!!.message)
            }

            override fun onResponse(call: Call<WeatherResponse>?, response: Response<WeatherResponse>?) {
                if (response != null && response.isSuccessful && response.body() != null) {
                    Log.e("SUCCESS:::","Response "+ response.body()!!.main.temp)

                    temperature.setText(""+ response.body()!!.main.temp)

                }
            }

        })

Can we rely on String.isEmpty for checking null condition on a String in Java?

No, the String.isEmpty() method looks as following:

public boolean isEmpty() {
    return this.value.length == 0;
}

as you can see it checks the length of the string so you definitely have to check if the string is null before.

LEFT JOIN in LINQ to entities?

Easy way is to use Let keyword. This works for me.

from AItem in Db.A
Let BItem = Db.B.Where(x => x.id == AItem.id ).FirstOrDefault() 
Where SomeCondition
Select new YourViewModel
{
    X1 = AItem.a,
    X2 = AItem.b,
    X3 = BItem.c
}

This is a simulation of Left Join. If each item in B table not match to A item , BItem return null

How to change the href for a hyperlink using jQuery

With jQuery 1.6 and above you should use:

$("a").prop("href", "http://www.jakcms.com")

The difference between prop and attr is that attr grabs the HTML attribute whereas prop grabs the DOM property.

You can find more details in this post: .prop() vs .attr()

IE7 Z-Index Layering Issues

If you wanna create dropdown menu and having a problem with z-index, you can solve it by creating z-indexes of same value (z-index:999; for example).. Just put z-index in parent and child div's and that will solve problem. I solve the problem with that. If i put different z-indexes, sure, it will show my child div over my parent div, but, once i want to move my mouse from menu tab to the sub-menu div (dropdown list), it dissapear... then i put z-indexes of same value and solve the problem..

Authorize attribute in ASP.NET MVC

It exists because it is more convenient to use, also it is a whole different ideology using attributes to mark the authorization parameters rather than xml configuration. It wasn't meant to beat general purpose config or any other authorization frameworks, just MVC's way of doing it. I'm saying this, because it seems you are looking for a technical feature advantages which are probably non... just superb convenience.

BobRock already listed the advantages. Just to add to his answer, another scenarios are that you can apply this attribute to whole controller, not just actions, also you can add different role authorization parameters to different actions in same controller to mix and match.

How to always show the vertical scrollbar in a browser?

Add the class to the div you want to be scrollable.

overflow-x: hidden; hides the horizantal scrollbar. While overflow-y: scroll; allows you to scroll vertically.

<!DOCTYPE html>
<html>
<head>
<style>
.scroll {
    width: 500px;
    height: 300px;
    overflow-x: hidden; 
    overflow-y: scroll;
}


</style>
</head>
<body>

<div class="scroll"><h1> DATA </h1></div>

How to add an extra column to a NumPy array

I liked this:

new_column = np.zeros((len(a), 1))
b = np.block([a, new_column])

How to assign name for a screen?

The easiest way use screen with name

screen -S 'name' 'application'
  • Ctrl+a, d = exit and leave application open

Return to screen:

screen -r 'name'

for example using lynx with screen

Create screen:

screen -S lynx lynx

Ctrl+a, d =exit

later you can return with:

screen -r lynx

How do you serve a file for download with AngularJS or Javascript?

In our current project at work we had a invisible iFrame and I had to feed the url for the file to the iFrame to get a download dialog box. On the button click, the controller generates the dynamic url and triggers a $scope event where a custom directive I wrote, is listing. The directive will append a iFrame to the body if it does not exist already and sets the url attribute on it.

EDIT: Adding a directive

appModule.directive('fileDownload', function ($compile) {
    var fd = {
        restrict: 'A',
        link: function (scope, iElement, iAttrs) {

            scope.$on("downloadFile", function (e, url) {
                var iFrame = iElement.find("iframe");
                if (!(iFrame && iFrame.length > 0)) {
                    iFrame = $("<iframe style='position:fixed;display:none;top:-1px;left:-1px;'/>");
                    iElement.append(iFrame);
                }

                iFrame.attr("src", url);


            });
        }
    };

    return fd;
});

This directive responds to a controller event called downloadFile

so in your controller you do

$scope.$broadcast("downloadFile", url);

Output first 100 characters in a string

Most of previous examples will raise an exception in case your string is not long enough.

Another approach is to use 'yourstring'.ljust(100)[:100].strip().

This will give you first 100 chars. You might get a shorter string in case your string last chars are spaces.

DateDiff to output hours and minutes

this would hep you

 DECLARE @DATE1 datetime = '2014-01-22 9:07:58.923'
 DECLARE @DATE2 datetime = '2014-01-22 10:20:58.923'
 SELECT DATEDIFF(HOUR, @DATE1,@DATE2) ,
        DATEDIFF(MINUTE, @DATE1,@DATE2) - (DATEDIFF(HOUR,@DATE1,@DATE2)*60)

 SELECT CAST(DATEDIFF(HOUR, @DATE1,@DATE2) AS nvarchar(200)) +
        ':'+ CAST(DATEDIFF(MINUTE, @DATE1,@DATE2)  -
                 (DATEDIFF(HOUR,@DATE1,@DATE2)*60) AS nvarchar(200))
As TotalHours 

How to run JUnit test cases from the command line

Maven way

If you use Maven, you can run the following command to run all your test cases:

mvn clean test

Or you can run a particular test as below

mvn clean test -Dtest=your.package.TestClassName
mvn clean test -Dtest=your.package.TestClassName#particularMethod

If you would like to see the stack trace (if any) in the console instead of report files in the target\surefire-reports folder, set the user property surefire.useFile to false. For example:

mvn clean test -Dtest=your.package.TestClassName -Dsurefire.useFile=false

Gradle way

If you use Gradle, you can run the following command to run all your test cases:

gradle test

Or you can run a particular test as below

gradle test --tests your.package.TestClassName
gradle test --tests your.package.TestClassName.particularMethod

If you would like more information, you can consider options such as --stacktrace, or --info, or --debug.

For example, when you run Gradle with the info logging level --info, it will show you the result of each test while they are running. If there is any exception, it will show you the stack trace, pointing out what the problem is.

gradle test --info

If you would like to see the overall test results, you can open the report in the browser, for example (Open it using Google Chrome in Ubuntu):

google-chrome build/reports/tests/index.html

Ant way

Once you set up your Ant build file build.xml, you can run your JUnit test cases from the command line as below:

ant -f build.xml <Your JUnit test target name>

You can follow the link below to read more about how to configure JUnit tests in the Ant build file: https://ant.apache.org/manual/Tasks/junit.html

Normal way

If you do not use Maven, or Gradle or Ant, you can follow the following way:

First of all, you need to compile your test cases. For example (in Linux):

javac -d /absolute/path/for/compiled/classes -cp /absolute/path/to/junit-4.12.jar /absolute/path/to/TestClassName.java

Then run your test cases. For example:

java -cp /absolute/path/for/compiled/classes:/absolute/path/to/junit-4.12.jar:/absolute/path/to/hamcrest-core-1.3.jar org.junit.runner.JUnitCore your.package.TestClassName

Download file through an ajax call php

A very simple solution using jQuery:

on the client side:

$('.act_download_statement').click(function(e){
    e.preventDefault();
    form = $('#my_form');
    form.submit();
});

and on the server side, make sure you send back the correct Content-Type header, so the browser will know its an attachment and the download will begin.

Convert a string into an int

Yet another way: if you are working with a C string, e.g. const char *, C native atoi() is more convenient.

Insert a line at specific line number with sed or awk

OS X / macOS / FreeBSD sed

The -i flag works differently on macOS sed than in GNU sed.

Here's the way to use it on macOS / OS X:

sed -i '' '8i\
8 This is Line 8' FILE

See man 1 sed for more info.

Take n rows from a spark dataframe and pass to toPandas()

Try it:

def showDf(df, count=None, percent=None, maxColumns=0):
    if (df == None): return
    import pandas
    from IPython.display import display
    pandas.set_option('display.encoding', 'UTF-8')
    # Pandas dataframe
    dfp = None
    # maxColumns param
    if (maxColumns >= 0):
        if (maxColumns == 0): maxColumns = len(df.columns)
        pandas.set_option('display.max_columns', maxColumns)
    # count param
    if (count == None and percent == None): count = 10 # Default count
    if (count != None):
        count = int(count)
        if (count == 0): count = df.count()
        pandas.set_option('display.max_rows', count)
        dfp = pandas.DataFrame(df.head(count), columns=df.columns)
        display(dfp)
    # percent param
    elif (percent != None):
        percent = float(percent)
        if (percent >=0.0 and percent <= 1.0):
            import datetime
            now = datetime.datetime.now()
            seed = long(now.strftime("%H%M%S"))
            dfs = df.sample(False, percent, seed)
            count = df.count()
            pandas.set_option('display.max_rows', count)
            dfp = dfs.toPandas()    
            display(dfp)

Examples of usages are:

# Shows the ten first rows of the Spark dataframe
showDf(df)
showDf(df, 10)
showDf(df, count=10)

# Shows a random sample which represents 15% of the Spark dataframe
showDf(df, percent=0.15) 

Can git undo a checkout of unstaged files

Maybe your changes are not lost. Check "git reflog"

I quote the article below:

"Basically every action you perform inside of Git where data is stored, you can find it inside of the reflog. Git tries really hard not to lose your data, so if for some reason you think it has, chances are you can dig it out using git reflog"

See details:

http://gitready.com/intermediate/2009/02/09/reflog-your-safety-net.html

Can I exclude some concrete urls from <url-pattern> inside <filter-mapping>?

The standard Servlet API doesn't support this facility. You may want either to use a rewrite-URL filter for this like Tuckey's one (which is much similar Apache HTTPD's mod_rewrite), or to add a check in the doFilter() method of the Filter listening on /*.

String path = ((HttpServletRequest) request).getRequestURI();
if (path.startsWith("/specialpath/")) {
    chain.doFilter(request, response); // Just continue chain.
} else {
    // Do your business stuff here for all paths other than /specialpath.
}

You can if necessary specify the paths-to-be-ignored as an init-param of the filter so that you can control it in the web.xml anyway. You can get it in the filter as follows:

private String pathToBeIgnored;

public void init(FilterConfig config) {
    pathToBeIgnored = config.getInitParameter("pathToBeIgnored");
}

If the filter is part of 3rd party API and thus you can't modify it, then map it on a more specific url-pattern, e.g. /otherfilterpath/* and create a new filter on /* which forwards to the path matching the 3rd party filter.

String path = ((HttpServletRequest) request).getRequestURI();
if (path.startsWith("/specialpath/")) {
    chain.doFilter(request, response); // Just continue chain.
} else {
    request.getRequestDispatcher("/otherfilterpath" + path).forward(request, response);
}

To avoid that this filter will call itself in an infinite loop you need to let it listen (dispatch) on REQUEST only and the 3rd party filter on FORWARD only.

See also:

how to rotate a bitmap 90 degrees

Just be careful of Bitmap type from java platform call like from comm1x's and Gnzlt's answers, because it might return null. I think it is also more flexible if the parameter can be any Number and use infix for readability, depends on your coding style.

infix fun Bitmap.rotate(degrees: Number): Bitmap? {
    return Bitmap.createBitmap(
        this,
        0,
        0,
        width,
        height,
        Matrix().apply { postRotate(degrees.toFloat()) },
        true
    )
}

How to use?

bitmap rotate 90
// or
bitmap.rotate(90)

Can I create a One-Time-Use Function in a Script or Stored Procedure?

In scripts you have more options and a better shot at rational decomposition. Look into SQLCMD mode (Query Menu -> SQLCMD mode), specifically the :setvar and :r commands.

Within a stored procedure your options are very limited. You can't create define a function directly with the body of a procedure. The best you can do is something like this, with dynamic SQL:

create proc DoStuff
as begin

  declare @sql nvarchar(max)

  /*
  define function here, within a string
  note the underscore prefix, a good convention for user-defined temporary objects
  */
  set @sql = '
    create function dbo._object_name_twopart (@object_id int)
    returns nvarchar(517) as
    begin
      return 
        quotename(object_schema_name(@object_id))+N''.''+
        quotename(object_name(@object_id))
    end
  '

  /*
  create the function by executing the string, with a conditional object drop upfront
  */
  if object_id('dbo._object_name_twopart') is not null drop function _object_name_twopart
  exec (@sql)

  /*
  use the function in a query
  */
  select object_id, dbo._object_name_twopart(object_id) 
  from sys.objects
  where type = 'U'

  /*
  clean up
  */
  drop function _object_name_twopart

end
go

This approximates a global temporary function, if such a thing existed. It's still visible to other users. You could append the @@SPID of your connection to uniqueify the name, but that would then require the rest of the procedure to use dynamic SQL too.

How to click a link whose href has a certain substring in Selenium?

With the help of xpath locator also, you can achieve the same.

Your statement would be:

driver.findElement(By.xpath(".//a[contains(@href,'long')]")).click();

And for clicking all the links contains long in the URL, you can use:-

List<WebElement> linksList = driver.findElements(By.xpath(".//a[contains(@href,'long')]"));

for (WebElement webElement : linksList){
         webElement.click();
}

How to open .mov format video in HTML video Tag?

Content Type for MOV videos are video/quicktime in my case. Adding type="video/mp4" to MOV video file solved issue in my case.

<video width="400" controls Autoplay=autoplay>
  <source src="D:/mov1.mov" type="video/mp4">
</video>

jquery simple image slideshow tutorial

I dont know why you havent marked on of these gr8 answers... here is another option which would enable you and anyone else visiting to control transition speed and pause time

JAVASCRIPT

$(function () {

    /* SET PARAMETERS */
    var change_img_time     = 5000; 
    var transition_speed    = 100;

    var simple_slideshow    = $("#exampleSlider"),
        listItems           = simple_slideshow.children('li'),
        listLen             = listItems.length,
        i                   = 0,

        changeList = function () {

            listItems.eq(i).fadeOut(transition_speed, function () {
                i += 1;
                if (i === listLen) {
                    i = 0;
                }
                listItems.eq(i).fadeIn(transition_speed);
            });

        };

    listItems.not(':first').hide();
    setInterval(changeList, change_img_time);

});

.

HTML

<ul id="exampleSlider">
    <li><img src="http://placehold.it/500x250" alt="" /></li>
    <li><img src="http://placehold.it/500x250" alt="" /></li>
    <li><img src="http://placehold.it/500x250" alt="" /></li>
    <li><img src="http://placehold.it/500x250" alt="" /></li>
</ul>

.
If your keeping this simple its easy to keep it resposive
best to visit the: DEMO

.
If you want something with special transition FX (Still responsive) - check this out
DEMO WITH SPECIAL FX

How to find the duration of difference between two dates in java?

This is the code:

        String date1 = "07/15/2013";
        String time1 = "11:00:01";
        String date2 = "07/16/2013";
        String time2 = "22:15:10";
        String format = "MM/dd/yyyy HH:mm:ss";
        SimpleDateFormat sdf = new SimpleDateFormat(format);
        Date fromDate = sdf.parse(date1 + " " + time1);
        Date toDate = sdf.parse(date2 + " " + time2);

        long diff = toDate.getTime() - fromDate.getTime();
        String dateFormat="duration: ";
        int diffDays = (int) (diff / (24 * 60 * 60 * 1000));
        if(diffDays>0){
            dateFormat+=diffDays+" day ";
        }
        diff -= diffDays * (24 * 60 * 60 * 1000);

        int diffhours = (int) (diff / (60 * 60 * 1000));
        if(diffhours>0){
            dateFormat+=diffhours+" hour ";
        }
        diff -= diffhours * (60 * 60 * 1000);

        int diffmin = (int) (diff / (60 * 1000));
        if(diffmin>0){
            dateFormat+=diffmin+" min ";
        }
        diff -= diffmin * (60 * 1000);

        int diffsec = (int) (diff / (1000));
        if(diffsec>0){
            dateFormat+=diffsec+" sec";
        }
        System.out.println(dateFormat);

and the out is:

duration: 1 day 11 hour 15 min 9 sec

Unable to create/open lock file: /data/mongod.lock errno:13 Permission denied

Fix: sudo mongod

I had the same problem, running mongod with sudo privileges fixed it. Coming from a windows environment, I used just mongod to start the daemon, well it looks like we need the superuser privileges to access /data/db.

You can also give non root users Read and Write permissions to that path. check answers above for a guide!

Google Maps API 3 - Custom marker color for default (dot) marker

Combine a symbol-based marker whose path draws the outline, with a '?' character for the center. You can substitute the dot with other text ('A', 'B', etc.) as desired.

This function returns options for a marker with the a given text (if any), text color, and fill color. It uses the text color for the outline.

function createSymbolMarkerOptions(text, textColor, fillColor) {
    return {
        icon: {
            path: 'M 0,0 C -2,-20 -10,-22 -10,-30 A 10,10 0 1,1 10,-30 C 10,-22 2,-20 0,0 z',
            fillColor: fillColor,
            fillOpacity: 1,
            strokeColor: textColor,
            strokeWeight: 1.8,
            labelOrigin: { x: 0, y: -30 }
        },
        label: {
            text: text || '?',
            color: textColor
        }
    };
}

Add spaces between the characters of a string in Java?

This would work for inserting any character any particular position in your String.

public static String insertCharacterForEveryNDistance(int distance, String original, char c){
    StringBuilder sb = new StringBuilder();
    char[] charArrayOfOriginal = original.toCharArray();
    for(int ch = 0 ; ch < charArrayOfOriginal.length ; ch++){
        if(ch % distance == 0)
            sb.append(c).append(charArrayOfOriginal[ch]);
        else
            sb.append(charArrayOfOriginal[ch]);
    }
    return sb.toString();
}

Then call it like this

String result = InsertSpaces.insertCharacterForEveryNDistance(1, "5434567845678965", ' ');
        System.out.println(result);

UnicodeDecodeError when reading CSV file in Pandas with Python

Another important issue that I faced which resulted in the same error was:

_values = pd.read_csv("C:\Users\Mujeeb\Desktop\file.xlxs")

^This line resulted in the same error because I am reading an excel file using read_csv() method. Use read_excel() for reading .xlxs

Minimum 6 characters regex expression

If I understand correctly, you need a regex statement that checks for at least 6 characters (letters & numbers)?

/[0-9a-zA-Z]{6,}/

Convert to absolute value in Objective-C

You can use this function to get the absolute value:

+(NSNumber *)absoluteValue:(NSNumber *)input {
  return [NSNumber numberWithDouble:fabs([input doubleValue])];
}

How to search for a part of a word with ElasticSearch

without changing your index mappings you could do a simple prefix query that will do partial searches like you are hoping for

ie.

{
  "query": { 
    "prefix" : { "name" : "Doe" }
  }
}

https://www.elastic.co/guide/en/elasticsearch/reference/current/query-dsl-prefix-query.html

Java GC (Allocation Failure)

"Allocation Failure" is cause of GC to kick is not correct. It is an outcome of GC operation.

GC kicks in when there is no space to allocate( depending on region minor or major GC is performed). Once GC is performed if space is freed good enough, but if there is not enough size it fails. Allocation Failure is one such failure. Below document have good explanation https://docs.oracle.com/javase/8/docs/technotes/guides/vm/gctuning/g1_gc.html

Fastest JSON reader/writer for C++

http://lloyd.github.com/yajl/

http://www.digip.org/jansson/

Don't really know how they compare for speed, but the first one looks like the right idea for scaling to really big JSON data, since it parses only a small chunk at a time so they don't need to hold all the data in memory at once (This can be faster or slower depending on the library/use case)

Django CSRF Cookie Not Set

This problem arose again recently due to a bug in Python itself.

http://bugs.python.org/issue22931

https://code.djangoproject.com/ticket/24280

Among the versions affected were 2.7.8 and 2.7.9. The cookie was not read correctly if one of the values contained a [ character.

Updating Python (2.7.10) fixes the problem.

Convert a String to Modified Camel Case in Java or Title Case as is otherwise called

From commons-lang3

org.apache.commons.lang3.text.WordUtils.capitalizeFully(String str)

Can not find module “@angular-devkit/build-angular”

I had the same problem, as it did not installed

@angular-devkit/build-angular

The answer which has worked for me was this:

npm i --only=dev

How can I determine the type of an HTML element in JavaScript?

nodeName is the attribute you are looking for. For example:

var elt = document.getElementById('foo');
console.log(elt.nodeName);

Note that nodeName returns the element name capitalized and without the angle brackets, which means that if you want to check if an element is an <div> element you could do it as follows:

elt.nodeName == "DIV"

While this would not give you the expected results:

elt.nodeName == "<div>"

Normalizing images in OpenCV

When you normalize a matrix using NORM_L1, you are dividing every pixel value by the sum of absolute values of all the pixels in the image. As a result, all pixel values become much less than 1 and you get a black image. Try NORM_MINMAX instead of NORM_L1.

How can I loop through a C++ map of maps?

for(std::map<std::string, std::map<std::string, std::string> >::iterator outer_iter=map.begin(); outer_iter!=map.end(); ++outer_iter) {
    for(std::map<std::string, std::string>::iterator inner_iter=outer_iter->second.begin(); inner_iter!=outer_iter->second.end(); ++inner_iter) {
        std::cout << inner_iter->second << std::endl;
    }
}

or nicer in C++0x:

for(auto outer_iter=map.begin(); outer_iter!=map.end(); ++outer_iter) {
    for(auto inner_iter=outer_iter->second.begin(); inner_iter!=outer_iter->second.end(); ++inner_iter) {
        std::cout << inner_iter->second << std::endl;
    }
}

How can I copy a conditional formatting from one document to another?

To copy conditional formatting from google spreadsheet (doc1) to another (doc2) you need to do the following:

  1. Go to the bottom of doc1 and right-click on the sheet name.
  2. Select Copy to
  3. Select doc2 from the options you have (note: doc2 must be on your google drive as well)
  4. Go to doc2 and open the newly "pasted" sheet at the bottom (it should be the far-right one)
  5. Select the cell with the formatting you want to use and copy it.
  6. Go to the sheet in doc2 you would like to modify.
  7. Select the cell you want your formatting to go to.
  8. Right click and choose paste special and then paste conditional formatting only
  9. Delete the pasted sheet if you don't want it there. Done.

receiving error: 'Error: SSL Error: SELF_SIGNED_CERT_IN_CHAIN' while using npm

You need to upgrade npm.

// Do this first, or the upgrade will fail
npm config set ca ""

npm install npm -g

// Undo the previous config change
npm config delete ca

You may need to prefix those commands with sudo.

Source: http://blog.npmjs.org/post/78085451721/npms-self-signed-certificate-is-no-more

get dataframe row count based on conditions

You are asking for the condition where all the conditions are true, so len of the frame is the answer, unless I misunderstand what you are asking

In [17]: df = DataFrame(randn(20,4),columns=list('ABCD'))

In [18]: df[(df['A']>0) & (df['B']>0) & (df['C']>0)]
Out[18]: 
           A         B         C         D
12  0.491683  0.137766  0.859753 -1.041487
13  0.376200  0.575667  1.534179  1.247358
14  0.428739  1.539973  1.057848 -1.254489

In [19]: df[(df['A']>0) & (df['B']>0) & (df['C']>0)].count()
Out[19]: 
A    3
B    3
C    3
D    3
dtype: int64

In [20]: len(df[(df['A']>0) & (df['B']>0) & (df['C']>0)])
Out[20]: 3

Android: disabling highlight on listView click

As an alternative:

listView.setSelector(android.R.color.transparent);

or

listView.setSelector(new StateListDrawable());

Extend a java class from one file in another java file

Java doesn't use includes the way C does. Instead java uses a concept called the classpath, a list of resources containing java classes. The JVM can access any class on the classpath by name so if you can extend classes and refer to types simply by declaring them. The closes thing to an include statement java has is 'import'. Since classes are broken up into namespaces like foo.bar.Baz, if you're in the qux package and you want to use the Baz class without having to use its full name of foo.bar.Baz, then you need to use an import statement at the beginning of your java file like so: import foo.bar.Baz

Android offline documentation and sample codes

First of All you should download the Android SDK. Download here:
http://developer.android.com/sdk/index.html

Then, as stated in the SDK README:

The Android SDK archive now only contains the tools. It no longer comes populated with a specific Android platform or Google add-on. Instead you use the SDK Manager to install or update SDK components such as platforms, tools, add-ons, and documentation.

How to compare two date values with jQuery

var startDate = $('#start_date').val().replace(/-/g,'/');
var endDate = $('#end_date').val().replace(/-/g,'/');

if(startDate > endDate){
   // do your stuff here...
}

How to align an image dead center with bootstrap

Twitter bootstrap has a class that centers: .pagination-centered

It worked for me to do:

<div class="row-fluid">
   <div class="span12 pagination-centered"><img src="header.png" alt="header" /></div>
</div>

The css for the class is:

.pagination-centered {
  text-align: center;
}

creating charts with angularjs

I've seen some nice AngularJS charting solutions that make use of Highcharts. There's a highcharts-ng directive on GitHub to make AngularJS integration easier, and some examples on JSFiddle to give you a quick taste of what's possible.

You set up the chart on the JS side like this:

$scope.chart = {
    options: {
        chart: {
            type: 'bar'
        }
    },
    series: [{
        data: [10, 15, 12, 8, 7]
    }],
    title: {
        text: 'Hello'
    },
    loading: false
}

And then refer to it in the HTML like this:

<highchart id="chart1" config="chart"></highchart>

Usage/licensing warning: Highcharts is available for free under the Creative Commons license for non-commercial use. If you're looking for charting options in a for-profit/commercial scenario, you'll need to buy the product or look elsewhere.

Angular is automatically adding 'ng-invalid' class on 'required' fields

the accepted answer is correct.. for mobile you can also use this (ng-touched rather ng-dirty)

input.ng-invalid.ng-touched{
  border-bottom: 1px solid #e74c3c !important; 
}

How to get a variable type in Typescript?

The other answers are right, but when you're dealing with interfaces you cannot use typeof or instanceof because interfaces don't get compiled to javascript.

Instead you can use a typecast + function check typeguard to check your variable:

interface Car {
    drive(): void;
    honkTheHorn(): void;
}

interface Bike {
    drive(): void;
    ringTheBell(): void;
}

function start(vehicle: Bike | Car ) {
    vehicle.drive();

    // typecast and check if the function exists
    if ((<Bike>vehicle).ringTheBell) {
        const bike = (<Bike>vehicle);
        bike.ringTheBell();
    } else {
        const car = (<Car>vehicle);
        car.honkTheHorn();
    }
}

And this is the compiled JavaScript in ES2017:

function start(vehicle) {
    vehicle.drive();
    if (vehicle.ringTheBell) {
        const bike = vehicle;
        bike.ringTheBell();
    }
    else {
        const car = vehicle;
        car.honkTheHorn();
    }
}

IIS7: A process serving application pool 'YYYYY' suffered a fatal communication error with the Windows Process Activation Service

I was debugging the problem for the better part of the day and when I was close to burning the building I discovered the Process Monitor tool from Sysinternals.

Set it to monitor w3wp.exe and check last events before it exits after you fire a request in the browser. Hope that helps further readers.

How do I check when a UITextField changes?

Swift 4

Conform to UITextFieldDelegate.

func textField(_ textField: UITextField, shouldChangeCharactersIn range: NSRange, replacementString string: String) -> Bool {
    // figure out what the new string will be after the pending edit
    let updatedString = (textField.text as NSString?)?.replacingCharacters(in: range, with: string)

    // Do whatever you want here


    // Return true so that the change happens
    return true
}

Editing in the Chrome debugger

This is what you are looking for:

1.- Navigate to the Source tab and open the javascript file

2.- Edit the file, right-click it and a menu will appear: click Save and save it locally.

In order to view the diff or revert your changes, right-click and select the option Local Modifications... from the menu. You will see your changes diff with respect to the original file if you expand the timestamp shown.

More detailed info here: http://www.sitepoint.com/edit-source-files-in-chrome/

Why doesn't Python have a sign function?

EDIT:

Indeed there was a patch which included sign() in math, but it wasn't accepted, because they didn't agree on what it should return in all the edge cases (+/-0, +/-nan, etc)

So they decided to implement only copysign, which (although more verbose) can be used to delegate to the end user the desired behavior for edge cases - which sometimes might require the call to cmp(x,0).


I don't know why it's not a built-in, but I have some thoughts.

copysign(x,y):
Return x with the sign of y.

Most importantly, copysign is a superset of sign! Calling copysign with x=1 is the same as a sign function. So you could just use copysign and forget about it.

>>> math.copysign(1, -4)
-1.0
>>> math.copysign(1, 3)
1.0

If you get sick of passing two whole arguments, you can implement sign this way, and it will still be compatible with the IEEE stuff mentioned by others:

>>> sign = functools.partial(math.copysign, 1) # either of these
>>> sign = lambda x: math.copysign(1, x) # two will work
>>> sign(-4)
-1.0
>>> sign(3)
1.0
>>> sign(0)
1.0
>>> sign(-0.0)
-1.0
>>> sign(float('nan'))
-1.0

Secondly, usually when you want the sign of something, you just end up multiplying it with another value. And of course that's basically what copysign does.

So, instead of:

s = sign(a)
b = b * s

You can just do:

b = copysign(b, a)

And yes, I'm surprised you've been using Python for 7 years and think cmp could be so easily removed and replaced by sign! Have you never implemented a class with a __cmp__ method? Have you never called cmp and specified a custom comparator function?

In summary, I've found myself wanting a sign function too, but copysign with the first argument being 1 will work just fine. I disagree that sign would be more useful than copysign, as I've shown that it's merely a subset of the same functionality.

Storing images in SQL Server?

While performance issues are valid the real reasons in practice that you should avoid storing images in a database are for database management reasons. Your database will grow very rapidly and databases cost much more than simple file storage. Database backups and restores are much more expensive and time-consuming than file backup restores. In a pinch, you can restore a smaller database much more quickly than one bloated with images. Compare 1 TB of file storage on Azure to a 1 TB database and you'll see the vast difference in cost.

React Checkbox not sending onChange

It's better not to use refs in such cases. Use:

<input
    type="checkbox"
    checked={this.state.active}
    onClick={this.handleClick}
/>

There are some options:

checked vs defaultChecked

The former would respond to both state changes and clicks. The latter would ignore state changes.

onClick vs onChange

The former would always trigger on clicks. The latter would not trigger on clicks if checked attribute is present on input element.

Append column to pandas dataframe

Just a matter of the right google search:

data = dat_1.append(dat_2)
data = data.groupby(data.index).sum()

How can I start pagenumbers, where the first section occurs in LaTex?

To suppress the page number on the first page, add \thispagestyle{empty} after the \maketitle command.

The second page of the document will then be numbered "2". If you want this page to be numbered "1", you can add \pagenumbering{arabic} after the \clearpage command, and this will reset the page number.

Here's a complete minimal example:

\documentclass[notitlepage]{article}

\title{My Report}
\author{My Name}

\begin{document}
\maketitle
\thispagestyle{empty}

\begin{abstract}
\ldots
\end{abstract}

\clearpage
\pagenumbering{arabic} 

\section{First Section}
\ldots

\end{document}

Get Date in YYYYMMDD format in windows batch file

You can try this ! This should work on windows machines.

for /F "usebackq tokens=1,2,3 delims=-" %%I IN (`echo %date%`) do echo "%%I" "%%J" "%%K"

How to create an installer for a .net Windows Service using Visual Studio

Nor Kelsey, nor Brendan solutions does not works for me in Visual Studio 2015 Community.

Here is my brief steps how to create service with installer:

  1. Run Visual Studio, Go to File->New->Project
  2. Select .NET Framework 4, in 'Search Installed Templates' type 'Service'
  3. Select 'Windows Service'. Type Name and Location. Press OK.
  4. Double click Service1.cs, right click in designer and select 'Add Installer'
  5. Double click ProjectInstaller.cs. For serviceProcessInstaller1 open Properties tab and change 'Account' property value to 'LocalService'. For serviceInstaller1 change 'ServiceName' and set 'StartType' to 'Automatic'.
  6. Double click serviceInstaller1. Visual Studio creates serviceInstaller1_AfterInstall event. Write code:

    private void serviceInstaller1_AfterInstall(object sender, InstallEventArgs e)
    {
        using (System.ServiceProcess.ServiceController sc = new 
        System.ServiceProcess.ServiceController(serviceInstaller1.ServiceName))
        {
            sc.Start();
        }
    }
    
  7. Build solution. Right click on project and select 'Open Folder in File Explorer'. Go to bin\Debug.

  8. Create install.bat with below script:

    :::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::
    :: Automatically check & get admin rights
    :::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::
    @echo off
    CLS 
    ECHO.
    ECHO =============================
    ECHO Running Admin shell
    ECHO =============================
    
    :checkPrivileges 
    NET FILE 1>NUL 2>NUL
    if '%errorlevel%' == '0' ( goto gotPrivileges ) else ( goto getPrivileges ) 
    
    :getPrivileges 
    if '%1'=='ELEV' (shift & goto gotPrivileges)  
    ECHO. 
    ECHO **************************************
    ECHO Invoking UAC for Privilege Escalation 
    ECHO **************************************
    
    setlocal DisableDelayedExpansion
    set "batchPath=%~0"
    setlocal EnableDelayedExpansion
    ECHO Set UAC = CreateObject^("Shell.Application"^) > "%temp%\OEgetPrivileges.vbs" 
    ECHO UAC.ShellExecute "!batchPath!", "ELEV", "", "runas", 1 >> "%temp%\OEgetPrivileges.vbs" 
    "%temp%\OEgetPrivileges.vbs" 
    exit /B 
    
    :gotPrivileges 
    ::::::::::::::::::::::::::::
    :START
    ::::::::::::::::::::::::::::
    setlocal & pushd .
    
    cd /d %~dp0
    %windir%\Microsoft.NET\Framework\v4.0.30319\InstallUtil /i "WindowsService1.exe"
    pause
    
  9. Create uninstall.bat file (change in pen-ult line /i to /u)
  10. To install and start service run install.bat, to stop and uninstall run uninstall.bat

How to get cookie's expire time

Putting an encoded json inside the cookie is my favorite method, to get properly formated data out of a cookie. Try that:

$expiry = time() + 12345;
$data = (object) array( "value1" => "just for fun", "value2" => "i'll save whatever I want here" );
$cookieData = (object) array( "data" => $data, "expiry" => $expiry );
setcookie( "cookiename", json_encode( $cookieData ), $expiry );

then when you get your cookie next time:

$cookie = json_decode( $_COOKIE[ "cookiename" ] );

you can simply extract the expiry time, which was inserted as data inside the cookie itself..

$expiry = $cookie->expiry;

and additionally the data which will come out as a usable object :)

$data = $cookie->data;
$value1 = $cookie->data->value1;

etc. I find that to be a much neater way to use cookies, because you can nest as many small objects within other objects as you wish!

Count number of rows matching a criteria

sum is used to add elements; nrow is used to count the number of rows in a rectangular array (typically a matrix or data.frame); length is used to count the number of elements in a vector. You need to apply these functions correctly.

Let's assume your data is a data frame named "dat". Correct solutions:

nrow(dat[dat$sCode == "CA",])
length(dat$sCode[dat$sCode == "CA"])
sum(dat$sCode == "CA")

Xcode - iPhone - profile doesn't match any valid certificate-/private-key pair in the default keychain

This also can happen if the device you are trying to run on has some older version of the provisioning profile you are using that points to an old, expired or revoked certificate or a certificate without associated private key. Delete any invalid Provisioning Profiles under your device section in Xcode organizer.

how to get bounding box for div element in jquery

As this is specifically tagged for jQuery -

$("#myElement")[0].getBoundingClientRect();

or

$("#myElement").get(0).getBoundingClientRect();

(These are functionally identical, in some older browsers .get() was slightly faster)

Note that if you try to get the values via jQuery calls then it will not take into account any css transform values, which can give unexpected results...

Note 2: In jQuery 3.0 it has changed to using the proper getBoundingClientRect() calls for its own dimension calls (see the jQuery Core 3.0 Upgrade Guide) - which means that the other jQuery answers will finally always be correct - but only when using the new jQuery version - hence why it's called a breaking change...

how to get 2 digits after decimal point in tsql?

Try cast result to numeric

CAST(sum(cast(datediff(second, IEC.CREATE_DATE, IEC.STATUS_DATE) as float) / 60)
    AS numeric(10,2)) TotalSentMinutes

Input

1
2
3

Output

1.00
2.00
3.00

single line comment in HTML

Let's keep it simple. Loved @digitaldreamer 's answer but it might leave the beginners confused. So, I am going to try and simplify it.

The only HTML comment is <!-- --> It can be used as a single line comment or double, it is really up to the developer.

So, an HTML comment starts with <!-- and ends with -->. It is really that simple. You should not use any other format, to avoid any compatibility issue even if the comment format is legit or not.

Order data frame rows according to vector with specific order

Try match:

df <- data.frame(name=letters[1:4], value=c(rep(TRUE, 2), rep(FALSE, 2)))
target <- c("b", "c", "a", "d")
df[match(target, df$name),]

  name value
2    b  TRUE
3    c FALSE
1    a  TRUE
4    d FALSE

It will work as long as your target contains exactly the same elements as df$name, and neither contain duplicate values.

From ?match:

match returns a vector of the positions of (first) matches of its first argument 
in its second.

Therefore match finds the row numbers that matches target's elements, and then we return df in that order.

CodeIgniter: Load controller within controller

In this cases you can try some old school php.

// insert at the beggining of home.php controller require_once(dirname(__FILE__)."/product.php"); // the controller route.

Then, you'll have something like:

Class Home extends CI_Controller
{
 public function __construct()
 {
  parent::__construct();
  $this->product = new Product();
  ...
 }

 ...
 // usage example
 public function addProduct($data)
 {
  $this->product->add($data);
 }
}

And then just use the controller's methods as you like.

Double value to round up in Java

There is something fundamentally wrong with what you're trying to do. Binary floating-points values do not have decimal places. You cannot meaningfully round one to a given number of decimal places, because most "round" decimal values simply cannot be represented as a binary fraction. Which is why one should never use float or double to represent money.

So if you want decimal places in your result, that result must either be a String (which you already got with the DecimalFormat), or a BigDecimal (which has a setScale() method that does exactly what you want). Otherwise, the result cannot be what you want it to be.

Read The Floating-Point Guide for more information.

VS Code - Search for text in all files in a directory

To add to the above, if you want to search within the selected folder, right click on the folder and click "Find in Folder" or default key binding:

Alt+Shift+F

As already mentioned, to search all folders in your project, click Edit > "Find in Files" or:

Ctrl+Shift+F

Difference between web server, web container and application server

Web Container + HTTP request handling = WebServer

Web Server + EJB + (Messaging + Transactions+ etc) = ApplicaitonServer

only integers, slices (`:`), ellipsis (`...`), numpy.newaxis (`None`) and integer or boolean arrays are valid indices

I believe your problem is this: in your while loop, n is divided by 2, but never cast as an integer again, so it becomes a float at some point. It is then added onto y, which is then a float too, and that gives you the warning.

How do you disable the unused variable warnings coming out of gcc in 3rd party code I do not wish to edit?

The -Wno-unused-variable switch usually does the trick. However, that is a very useful warning indeed if you care about these things in your project. It becomes annoying when GCC starts to warn you about things not in your code though.

I would recommend you keeping the warning on, but use -isystem instead of -I for include directories of third-party projects. That flag tells GCC not to warn you about the stuff you have no control over.

For example, instead of -IC:\\boost_1_52_0, say -isystem C:\\boost_1_52_0.

Hope it helps. Good Luck!

javascript createElement(), style problem

Works fine:

var obj = document.createElement('div');
obj.id = "::img";
obj.style.cssText = 'position:absolute;top:300px;left:300px;width:200px;height:200px;-moz-border-radius:100px;border:1px  solid #ddd;-moz-box-shadow: 0px 0px 8px  #fff;display:none;';

document.getElementById("divInsteadOfDocument.Write").appendChild(obj);

You can also see how to set the the CSS in one go (using element.style.cssText).


I suggest you use some more meaningful variable names and don't use the same name for different elements. It looks like you are using obj for different elements (overwriting the value in the function) and this can be confusing.

Change color inside strings.xml

For those who want to put color in String.xml directly and don't want to use color...

example

<string name="status_stop"><font fgcolor='#FF8E8E93'>Stopped</font></string> <!--gray-->
<string name="status_running"><font fgcolor='#FF4CD964'>Running</font></string> <!--green-->
<string name="status_error"><font fgcolor='#FFFF3B30'>Error</font></string> <!--red-->

as you see there is gray, red, and green, there is 8 characters, first two for transparency and other for color.

Example

This a description of color and transparency
#   FF               FF3B30    
    Opacity          Color

Note: Put color in text in the same string.xml will not work in Android 6.0 and above

Table of opacity

100% — FF
99% — FC
98% — FA
97% — F7
96% — F5
95% — F2
94% — F0
93% — ED
92% — EB
91% — E8
90% — E6
89% — E3
88% — E0
87% — DE
86% — DB
85% — D9
84% — D6
83% — D4
82% — D1
81% — CF
80% — CC
79% — C9
78% — C7
77% — C4
76% — C2
75% — BF
74% — BD
73% — BA
72% — B8
71% — B5
70% — B3
69% — B0
68% — AD
67% — AB
66% — A8
65% — A6
64% — A3
63% — A1
62% — 9E
61% — 9C
60% — 99
59% — 96
58% — 94
57% — 91
56% — 8F
55% — 8C
54% — 8A
53% — 87
52% — 85
51% — 82
50% — 80
49% — 7D
48% — 7A
47% — 78
46% — 75
45% — 73
44% — 70
43% — 6E
42% — 6B
41% — 69
40% — 66
39% — 63
38% — 61
37% — 5E
36% — 5C
35% — 59
34% — 57
33% — 54
32% — 52
31% — 4F
30% — 4D
29% — 4A
28% — 47
27% — 45
26% — 42
25% — 40
24% — 3D
23% — 3B
22% — 38
21% — 36
20% — 33
19% — 30
18% — 2E
17% — 2B
16% — 29
15% — 26
14% — 24
13% — 21
12% — 1F
11% — 1C
10% — 1A
9% — 17
8% — 14
7% — 12
6% — 0F
5% — 0D
4% — 0A
3% — 08
2% — 05
1% — 03
0% — 00

Reference: Understanding colors in Android (6 characters)


Update: 10/OCT/2016

This function is compatible with all version of android, I didn't test in android 7.0. Use this function to get color and set in textview

Example format xml in file string and colors

<!-- /res/values/strings.xml -->
<string name="status_stop">Stopped</string>
<string name="status_running">Running</string>
<string name="status_error">Error</string>

<!-- /res/values/colors.xml -->
<color name="status_stop">#8E8E93</color>
<color name="status_running">#4CD964</color>
<color name="status_error">#FF3B30</color>

Function to get color from xml with validation for android 6.0 and above

public static int getColorWrapper(Context context, int id) {
        if (Build.VERSION.SDK_INT >= Build.VERSION_CODES.M) {//if actual version is >= 6.0
            return context.getColor(id);
        } else {
            //noinspection deprecation
            return context.getResources().getColor(id);
        }
    }

Example:

TextView status = (TextView)findViewById(R.id.tvstatus);
status.setTextColor(getColorWrapper(myactivity.this,R.color.status_stop));

Reference: getColor(int id) deprecated on Android 6.0 Marshmallow (API 23)

Can't change z-index with JQuery

because your jQuery code is wrong. Correctly would be:

var theParent = $(this).parent().get(0); 
$(theParent).css('z-index', 3000);

Richtextbox wpf binding

Here's a VB.Net version of Lolo's answer:

Public Class RichTextBoxHelper
Inherits DependencyObject

Private Shared _recursionProtection As New HashSet(Of System.Threading.Thread)()

Public Shared Function GetDocumentXaml(ByVal depObj As DependencyObject) As String
    Return DirectCast(depObj.GetValue(DocumentXamlProperty), String)
End Function

Public Shared Sub SetDocumentXaml(ByVal depObj As DependencyObject, ByVal value As String)
    _recursionProtection.Add(System.Threading.Thread.CurrentThread)
    depObj.SetValue(DocumentXamlProperty, value)
    _recursionProtection.Remove(System.Threading.Thread.CurrentThread)
End Sub

Public Shared ReadOnly DocumentXamlProperty As DependencyProperty = DependencyProperty.RegisterAttached("DocumentXaml", GetType(String), GetType(RichTextBoxHelper), New FrameworkPropertyMetadata("", FrameworkPropertyMetadataOptions.AffectsRender Or FrameworkPropertyMetadataOptions.BindsTwoWayByDefault, Sub(depObj, e)
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    RegisterIt(depObj, e)
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                End Sub))

Private Shared Sub RegisterIt(ByVal depObj As System.Windows.DependencyObject, ByVal e As System.Windows.DependencyPropertyChangedEventArgs)
    If _recursionProtection.Contains(System.Threading.Thread.CurrentThread) Then
        Return
    End If
    Dim rtb As RichTextBox = DirectCast(depObj, RichTextBox)
    Try
        rtb.Document = Markup.XamlReader.Parse(GetDocumentXaml(rtb))
    Catch
        rtb.Document = New FlowDocument()
    End Try
    ' When the document changes update the source
    AddHandler rtb.TextChanged, AddressOf TextChanged
End Sub

Private Shared Sub TextChanged(ByVal sender As Object, ByVal e As TextChangedEventArgs)
    Dim rtb As RichTextBox = TryCast(sender, RichTextBox)
    If rtb IsNot Nothing Then
        SetDocumentXaml(sender, Markup.XamlWriter.Save(rtb.Document))
    End If
End Sub

End Class

PSEXEC, access denied errors

For anybody who may stumble upon this. There is a recent (Dec 2013) Security Update from Microsoft Windows on Windows 7 that is preventing remote execution. See http://support.microsoft.com/kb/2893294/en-us

I uninstalled the Security Update by going to Control Panel\Programs\Programs and Features\Installed Updates

It worked right after that.

How to edit HTML input value colour?

You can add color in the style rule of your input: color:#ccc;

Batch: Remove file extension

Without looping

I am using this if I simply want to strip the extension from a filename or variable (without listing any directories or existing files):

for %%f in ("%filename%") do set filename=%%~nf

If you want to strip the extension from a full path, use %%dpnf instead:

for %%f in ("%path%") do set path=%%~dpnf

Example:

(Use directly in the console)

@for %f in ("file name.dat") do @echo %~nf
@for %f in ("C:\Dir\file.dat") do @echo %~dpnf

OUTPUT:

file name
C:\Dir\file

How to remove selected commit log entries from a Git repository while keeping their changes?

git-rebase(1) does exactly that.

$ git rebase -i HEAD~5

git awsome-ness [git rebase --interactive] contains an example.

  1. Don't use git-rebase on public (remote) commits.
  2. Make sure your working directory is clean (commit or stash your current changes).
  3. Run the above command. It launches your $EDITOR.
  4. Replace pick before C and D by squash. It will meld C and D into B. If you want to delete a commit then just delete its line.

If you are lost, type:

$ git rebase --abort  

Alternative to Intersect in MySQL

There is a more effective way of generating an intersect, by using UNION ALL and GROUP BY. Performances are twice better according to my tests on large datasets.

Example:

SELECT t1.value from (
  (SELECT DISTINCT value FROM table_a)
  UNION ALL 
  (SELECT DISTINCT value FROM table_b)
) AS t1 GROUP BY value HAVING count(*) >= 2;

It is more effective, because with the INNER JOIN solution, MySQL will look up for the results of the first query, then for each row, look up for the result in the second query. With the UNION ALL-GROUP BY solution, it will query results of the first query, results of the second query, then group the results all together at once.

Angular cli generate a service and include the provider in one step

Angular 6+ Singleton Services

The recommended approach for a singleton service for Angular 6 and beyond is :

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

@Injectable({
  providedIn: 'root',
})
export class UserService {
}

In fact the CLI --module switch doesn't even exist any more for registering a service at the app level because it doesn't need to modify app.module.ts anymore.

This will create the above code, without needing to specify a module.

ng g s services/user

So if you don't want your service to be a singleton you must remove the providedIn code yourself - and then add it manually to providers for a component or lazy loaded module. Doesn't look like there is currently a switch to not generate the providedIn: 'root' part so you need to manually remove it.

How do you display JavaScript datetime in 12 hour AM/PM format?

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  var hours = date.getHours();
  var minutes = date.getMinutes();
  var ampm = hours >= 12 ? 'pm' : 'am';
  hours = hours % 12;
  hours = hours ? hours : 12; // the hour '0' should be '12'
  minutes = minutes < 10 ? '0'+minutes : minutes;
  var strTime = hours + ':' + minutes + ' ' + ampm;
  return strTime;
}

console.log(formatAMPM(new Date));
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"’" showing on page instead of " ' "

The same thing happened to me with the '–' character (long minus sign).
I used this simple replace so resolve it:

htmlText = htmlText.Replace('–', '-');

How can I restore the MySQL root user’s full privileges?

I had denied insert and reload privileges to root. So after updating permissions, FLUSH PRIVILEGES was not working (due to lack of reload privilege). So I used debian-sys-maint user on Ubuntu 16.04 to restore user.root privileges. You can find password of user.debian-sys-maint from this file

sudo cat /etc/mysql/debian.cnf

How can I get Apache gzip compression to work?

In my case i have used following code for enabling gzip compression in apache web server.

  # Compress HTML File, CSS File, JavaScript File, Text File, XML File and Fonts
    AddOutputFilterByType DEFLATE text/plain
    AddOutputFilterByType DEFLATE text/html
    AddOutputFilterByType DEFLATE text/xml
    AddOutputFilterByType DEFLATE application/json
    AddOutputFilterByType DEFLATE application/x-httpd-php
    AddOutputFilterByType DEFLATE text/css
    AddOutputFilterByType DEFLATE application/xml
    AddOutputFilterByType DEFLATE application/xhtml+xml
    AddOutputFilterByType DEFLATE application/rss+xml
    AddOutputFilterByType DEFLATE application/javascript
    AddOutputFilterByType DEFLATE application/x-javascript
    AddOutputFilterByType DEFLATE font/otf
    AddOutputFilterByType DEFLATE font/ttf

I have taken reference from http://www.tutsway.com/enable-gzip-compression-using-htacess.php.

"No such file or directory" error when executing a binary

I think you're x86-64 install does not have the i386 runtime linker. The ENOENT is probably due to the OS looking for something like /lib/ld.so.1 or similar. This is typically part of the 32-bit glibc runtime, and while I'm not directly familiar with Ubuntu, I would assume they have some sort of 32-bit compatibility package to install. Fortunately gzip only depends on the C library, so that's probably all you'll need to install.

How to set background color of view transparent in React Native

Surprisingly no one told about this, which provides some !clarity:

style={{
backgroundColor: 'white',
opacity: 0.7
}}

Jquery how to find an Object by attribute in an Array

I personally use a more generic function that works for any property of any array:

function lookup(array, prop, value) {
    for (var i = 0, len = array.length; i < len; i++)
        if (array[i] && array[i][prop] === value) return array[i];
}

You just call it like this:

lookup(purposeObjects, "purpose", "daily");

ModuleNotFoundError: No module named 'sklearn'

If you are using Ubuntu 18.04 or higher with python3.xxx then try this command

$ sudo apt install python3-sklearn 

then try your command. hope it will work

how to change color of TextinputLayout's label and edittext underline android

With the Material Components Library you can use the com.google.android.material.textfield.TextInputLayout.

You can apply a custom style to change the colors.

To change the hint color you have to use these attributes:
hintTextColor and android:textColorHint.

<style name="Custom_textinputlayout_filledbox" parent="@style/Widget.MaterialComponents.TextInputLayout.FilledBox">
    <!-- The color of the label when it is collapsed and the text field is active -->
    <item name="hintTextColor">?attr/colorPrimary</item>

    <!-- The color of the label in all other text field states (such as resting and disabled) -->
    <item name="android:textColorHint">@color/selector_hint_text_color</item>
</style>

You should use a selector for the android:textColorHint. Something like:

<selector xmlns:android="http://schemas.android.com/apk/res/android">
  <item android:alpha="0.38" android:color="?attr/colorOnSurface" android:state_enabled="false"/>
  <item android:alpha="0.6" android:color="?attr/colorOnSurface"/>
</selector>

To change the bottom line color you have to use the attribute: boxStrokeColor.

<style name="Custom_textinputlayout_filledbox" parent="@style/Widget.MaterialComponents.TextInputLayout.FilledBox">
    ....
    <item name="boxStrokeColor">@color/selector_stroke_color</item>
</style>

Also in this case you should use a selector. Something like:

<selector xmlns:android="http://schemas.android.com/apk/res/android">
  <item android:color="?attr/colorPrimary" android:state_focused="true"/>
  <item android:alpha="0.87" android:color="?attr/colorOnSurface" android:state_hovered="true"/>
  <item android:alpha="0.12" android:color="?attr/colorOnSurface" android:state_enabled="false"/>
  <item android:alpha="0.38" android:color="?attr/colorOnSurface"/>
</selector>

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You can also apply these attributes in your layout:

<com.google.android.material.textfield.TextInputLayout
    style="@style/Widget.MaterialComponents.TextInputLayout.FilledBox"
    app:boxStrokeColor="@color/selector_stroke_color"
    app:hintTextColor="?attr/colorPrimary"
    android:textColorHint="@color/selector_hint_text_color"
    ...>

How to upgrade PostgreSQL from version 9.6 to version 10.1 without losing data?

Assuming you've used home-brew to install and upgrade Postgres, you can perform the following steps.

  1. Stop current Postgres server:

    launchctl unload ~/Library/LaunchAgents/homebrew.mxcl.postgresql.plist

  2. Initialize a new 10.1 database:

    initdb /usr/local/var/postgres10.1 -E utf8

  3. run pg_upgrade (note: change bin version if you're upgrading from something other than below):

    pg_upgrade -v \
        -d /usr/local/var/postgres \
        -D /usr/local/var/postgres10.1 \
        -b /usr/local/Cellar/postgresql/9.6.5/bin/ \
        -B /usr/local/Cellar/postgresql/10.1/bin/
    

    -v to enable verbose internal logging

    -d the old database cluster configuration directory

    -D the new database cluster configuration directory

    -b the old PostgreSQL executable directory

    -B the new PostgreSQL executable directory

  4. Move new data into place:

    cd /usr/local/var
    mv postgres postgres9.6
    mv postgres10.1 postgres
    
  5. Restart Postgres:

    launchctl load ~/Library/LaunchAgents/homebrew.mxcl.postgresql.plist

  6. Check /usr/local/var/postgres/server.log for details and to make sure the new server started properly.

  7. Finally, re-install the rails pg gem

    gem uninstall pg
    gem install pg
    

I suggest you take some time to read the PostgreSQL documentation to understand exactly what you're doing in the above steps to minimize frustrations.

Android studio, gradle and NDK

An elegant workaround is shown in https://groups.google.com/d/msg/adt-dev/nQobKd2Gl_8/Z5yWAvCh4h4J.

Basically you create a jar which contains "lib/armeabi/yourlib.so" and then include the jar in the build.

linq where list contains any in list

I guess this is also possible like this?

var movies = _db.Movies.TakeWhile(p => p.Genres.Any(x => listOfGenres.Contains(x));

Is "TakeWhile" worse than "Where" in sense of performance or clarity?

?: operator (the 'Elvis operator') in PHP

Be careful with arrays. We must write a checking variable after ?, because:

  $params = ['param1' => 'value1',
             'param2' => 'value2',
             'param3' => 'value3',];

  $param1 = isset($params['param1'])?:null;
  $param2 = !empty($params['param2'])?:null;
  $param3 = $params['param3']?:null; // get E_NOTICE, if $params['param3'] eq false

  var_dump($param1,$param2,$param3);
  true // would like to expect `value1`
  true // would like to expect `value2`
  param3 // properly, but problem above

Updated

From RFC. In PHP 7 the operator Null Coalesce Operator will do it, for example:

$param1 = $params['param1'] ?? null;
// Equivalent to:  $param1 = isset($params['param1']) ? $params['param1'] : null;

How to make (link)button function as hyperlink?

There is a middle way. If you want a HTML control but you need to access it server side you can simply add the runat="server" attribute:

<a runat="server" Id="lnkBack">Back</a>

You can then alter the href server side using Attributes

protected void Page_Load(object sender, EventArgs e)
{
    if (!IsPostBack)
    {
       lnkBack.Attributes.Add("href", url);
    }
}

resulting in:

<a id="ctl00_ctl00_mainContentPlaceHolder_contentPlaceHolder_lnkBack" 
      href="url.aspx">Back</a>

How to get subarray from array?

Take a look at Array.slice(begin, end)

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// slice from 1..3 - add 1 as the end index is not included

const ar2 = ar.slice(1, 3 + 1);

console.log(ar2);
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Using HTML and Local Images Within UIWebView

These answers did help me -- specifically the file:\\xxxxxxx.xxx, but I had to do a workaround to display the image.

In my case, I have an HTML file on my server which I download to the documents directory. I want to it to display with a local graphic in a UIWebView which I could not get to work. Here's what I did:

  1. Copy the file from the NSBundle to the local documents directory
  2. Reference the file in my HTML document as "file:\\filename.png"

So in startup copy the file to documents directory:

-(BOOL)copyBundleFilesToDocumentsDirectoryForFileName:(NSString *)fileNameToCopy OverwriteExisting:(BOOL)overwrite {
        //GET DOCUMENTS DIR
        //Search for standard documents using NSSearchPathForDirectoriesInDomains
        //First Param = Searching the documents directory
        //Second Param = Searching the Users directory and not the System
        //Expand any tildes and identify home directories.
        NSArray *paths = NSSearchPathForDirectoriesInDomains(NSDocumentDirectory, NSUserDomainMask, YES);
        NSString *documentsDir = [paths objectAtIndex:0];

        //COPY FILE FROM NSBUNDLE File to Local Documents Dir
        NSString *writableFilePath = [documentsDir  stringByAppendingPathComponent:fileNameToCopy];

        NSFileManager *fileManager = [NSFileManager defaultManager];
        NSError *fileError;

        DDLogVerbose(@"File Copy From Bundle to Documents Dir would go to this path: %@", writableFilePath);

        if ([fileManager fileExistsAtPath:writableFilePath]) {
            DDLogVerbose(@"File %@ already exists in Documents Dir", fileNameToCopy);

            if (overwrite) {
                [fileManager removeItemAtPath:writableFilePath error:nil];
                DDLogVerbose(@"OLD File %@ was Deleted from  Documents Dir Successfully", fileNameToCopy);
            } else {
                return (NO);
            }
        }

        NSArray *fileNameParts = [fileNameToCopy componentsSeparatedByString:@"."];
        NSString *bundlePath = [[NSBundle mainBundle]pathForResource:[fileNameParts objectAtIndex:0] ofType:[fileNameParts objectAtIndex:1]];
        BOOL success = [fileManager copyItemAtPath:bundlePath toPath:writableFilePath error:&fileError];

        if (success) {
            DDLogVerbose(@"Copied %@ from Bundle to Documents Dir Successfully", fileNameToCopy);
        } else {
            DDLogError(@"File %@ could NOT be copied from bundle to Documents Dir due to error %@!!", fileNameToCopy, fileError);
        }

    return (success);
}

How to create a windows service from java app

Apache Commons Daemon is a good alternative. It has Procrun for windows services, and Jsvc for unix daemons. It uses less restrictive Apache license, and Apache Tomcat uses it as a part of itself to run on Windows and Linux! To get it work is a bit tricky, but there is an exhaustive article with working example.

Besides that, you may look at the bin\service.bat in Apache Tomcat to get an idea how to setup the service. In Tomcat they rename the Procrun binaries (prunsrv.exe -> tomcat6.exe, prunmgr.exe -> tomcat6w.exe).

Something I struggled with using Procrun, your start and stop methods must accept the parameters (String[] argv). For example "start(String[] argv)" and "stop(String[] argv)" would work, but "start()" and "stop()" would cause errors. If you can't modify those calls, consider making a bootstrapper class that can massage those calls to fit your needs.