Programs & Examples On #Makepp

Method has the same erasure as another method in type

Define a single Method without type like void add(Set ii){}

You can mention the type while calling the method based on your choice. It will work for any type of set.

an htop-like tool to display disk activity in linux

Use collectl which has extensive process I/O monitoring including monitoring threads.

Be warned that there are I/O counters for I/O being written to cache and I/O going to disk. collectl reports them separately. If you're not careful you can misinterpret the data. See http://collectl.sourceforge.net/Process.html

Of course, it shows a lot more than just process stats because you'd want one tool to provide everything rather than a bunch of different one that displays everything in different formats, right?

How to add jQuery code into HTML Page

  1. Create a file for the jquery eg uploadfuntion.js.
  2. Save that file in the same folder as website or in subfolder.
  3. In head section of your html page paste: <script src="https://ajax.googleapis.com/ajax/libs/jquery/2.1.3/jquery.min.js"></script>

and then the reference to your script eg: <script src="uploadfuntion.js"> </script>

4.Lastly you should ensure there are elements that match the selectors in the code.

How to run a .awk file?

If you put #!/bin/awk -f on the first line of your AWK script it is easier. Plus editors like Vim and ... will recognize the file as an AWK script and you can colorize. :)

#!/bin/awk -f
BEGIN {}  # Begin section
{}        # Loop section
END{}     # End section

Change the file to be executable by running:

chmod ugo+x ./awk-script

and you can then call your AWK script like this:

`$ echo "something" | ./awk-script`

WPF Application that only has a tray icon

I recently had this same problem. Unfortunately, NotifyIcon is only a Windows.Forms control at the moment, if you want to use it you are going to have to include that part of the framework. I guess that depends how much of a WPF purist you are.

If you want a quick and easy way of getting started check out this WPF NotifyIcon control on the Code Project which does not rely on the WinForms NotifyIcon at all. A more recent version seems to be available on the author's website and as a NuGet package. This seems like the best and cleanest way to me so far.

  • Rich ToolTips rather than text
  • WPF context menus and popups
  • Command support and routed events
  • Flexible data binding
  • Rich balloon messages rather than the default messages provides by the OS

Check it out. It comes with an amazing sample app too, very easy to use, and you can have great looking Windows Live Messenger style WPF popups, tooltips, and context menus. Perfect for displaying an RSS feed, I am using it for a similar purpose.

Get HTML code from website in C#

You can use WebClient to download the html for any url. Once you have the html, you can use a third-party library like HtmlAgilityPack to lookup values in the html as in below code -

public static string GetInnerHtmlFromDiv(string url)
    {
        string HTML;
        using (var wc = new WebClient())
        {
            HTML = wc.DownloadString(url);
        }
        var doc = new HtmlAgilityPack.HtmlDocument();
        doc.LoadHtml(HTML);
        
        HtmlNode element = doc.DocumentNode.SelectSingleNode("//div[@id='<div id here>']");
        if (element != null)
        {
            return element.InnerHtml.ToString();
        }   
        return null;            
    }

Why doesn't Java allow overriding of static methods?

In general it doesn't make sense to allow 'overriding' of static methods as there would be no good way to determine which one to call at runtime. Taking the Employee example, if we call RegularEmployee.getBonusMultiplier() - which method is supposed to be executed?

In the case of Java, one could imagine a language definition where it is possible to 'override' static methods as long as they are called through an object instance. However, all this would do is to re-implement regular class methods, adding redundancy to the language without really adding any benefit.

How to assign colors to categorical variables in ggplot2 that have stable mapping?

I am in the same situation pointed out by malcook in his comment: unfortunately the answer by Thierry does not work with ggplot2 version 0.9.3.1.

png("figure_%d.png")
set.seed(2014)
library(ggplot2)
dataset <- data.frame(category = rep(LETTERS[1:5], 100),
    x = rnorm(500, mean = rep(1:5, 100)),
    y = rnorm(500, mean = rep(1:5, 100)))
dataset$fCategory <- factor(dataset$category)
subdata <- subset(dataset, category %in% c("A", "D", "E"))

ggplot(dataset, aes(x = x, y = y, colour = fCategory)) + geom_point()
ggplot(subdata, aes(x = x, y = y, colour = fCategory)) + geom_point()

Here it is the first figure:

ggplot A-E, mixed colors

and the second figure:

ggplot ADE, mixed colors

As we can see the colors do not stay fixed, for example E switches from magenta to blu.

As suggested by malcook in his comment and by hadley in his comment the code which uses limits works properly:

ggplot(subdata, aes(x = x, y = y, colour = fCategory)) +       
    geom_point() + 
    scale_colour_discrete(drop=TRUE,
        limits = levels(dataset$fCategory))

gives the following figure, which is correct:

correct ggplot

This is the output from sessionInfo():

R version 3.0.2 (2013-09-25)
Platform: x86_64-pc-linux-gnu (64-bit)

locale:
 [1] LC_CTYPE=en_US.UTF-8       LC_NUMERIC=C              
 [3] LC_TIME=en_US.UTF-8        LC_COLLATE=en_US.UTF-8    
 [5] LC_MONETARY=en_US.UTF-8    LC_MESSAGES=en_US.UTF-8   
 [7] LC_PAPER=en_US.UTF-8       LC_NAME=C                 
 [9] LC_ADDRESS=C               LC_TELEPHONE=C            
[11] LC_MEASUREMENT=en_US.UTF-8 LC_IDENTIFICATION=C       

attached base packages:
[1] methods   stats     graphics  grDevices utils     datasets  base     

other attached packages:
[1] ggplot2_0.9.3.1

loaded via a namespace (and not attached):
 [1] colorspace_1.2-4   dichromat_2.0-0    digest_0.6.4       grid_3.0.2        
 [5] gtable_0.1.2       labeling_0.2       MASS_7.3-29        munsell_0.4.2     
 [9] plyr_1.8           proto_0.3-10       RColorBrewer_1.0-5 reshape2_1.2.2    
[13] scales_0.2.3       stringr_0.6.2 

How to rename uploaded file before saving it into a directory?

The move_uploaded_file will return false if the file was not successfully moved you can put something into your code to alert you in a log if that happens, that should help you figure out why your having trouble renaming the file

Unable to begin a distributed transaction

My last adventure with MSDTC and this error today turned out to be a DNS issue. You're on the right track asking if the machines are on the same domain, EBarr. Terrific list for this issue, by the way!

My situation: I needed a server in a child domain to be able to run distributed transactions against a server in the parent domain through a firewall. I've used linked servers quite a bit over the years, so I had all the usual settings in SQL for a linked server and in MSDTC that Ian documented so nicely above. I set up MSDTC with a range of TCP ports (5000-5200) to use on both servers, and arranged for a firewall hole between the boxes for ports 1433 and 5000-5200. That should have worked. The linked server tested OK and I could query the remote SQL server via the linked server nicely, but I couldn't get it to allow a distributed transaction. I could even see a connection on the QA server from the DEV server, but something wasn't making the trip back.

I could PING the DEV server from QA using a FQDN like: PING DEVSQL.dev.domain.com

I could not PING the DEV server with just the machine name: PING DEVSQL

The DEVSQL server was supposed to be a member of both domains, but the name wasn't resolving in the parent domain's DNS... something had happened to the machine account for DEVSQL in the parent domain. Once we added DEVSQL to the DNS for the parent domain, and "PING DEVSQL" worked from the remote QA server, this issue was resolved for us.

I hope this helps!

Encode/Decode URLs in C++

This version is pure C and can optionally normalize the resource path. Using it with C++ is trivial:

#include <string>
#include <iostream>

int main(int argc, char** argv)
{
    const std::string src("/some.url/foo/../bar/%2e/");
    std::cout << "src=\"" << src << "\"" << std::endl;

    // either do it the C++ conformant way:
    char* dst_buf = new char[src.size() + 1];
    urldecode(dst_buf, src.c_str(), 1);
    std::string dst1(dst_buf);
    delete[] dst_buf;
    std::cout << "dst1=\"" << dst1 << "\"" << std::endl;

    // or in-place with the &[0] trick to skip the new/delete
    std::string dst2;
    dst2.resize(src.size() + 1);
    dst2.resize(urldecode(&dst2[0], src.c_str(), 1));
    std::cout << "dst2=\"" << dst2 << "\"" << std::endl;
}

Outputs:

src="/some.url/foo/../bar/%2e/"
dst1="/some.url/bar/"
dst2="/some.url/bar/"

And the actual function:

#include <stddef.h>
#include <ctype.h>

/**
 * decode a percent-encoded C string with optional path normalization
 *
 * The buffer pointed to by @dst must be at least strlen(@src) bytes.
 * Decoding stops at the first character from @src that decodes to null.
 * Path normalization will remove redundant slashes and slash+dot sequences,
 * as well as removing path components when slash+dot+dot is found. It will
 * keep the root slash (if one was present) and will stop normalization
 * at the first questionmark found (so query parameters won't be normalized).
 *
 * @param dst       destination buffer
 * @param src       source buffer
 * @param normalize perform path normalization if nonzero
 * @return          number of valid characters in @dst
 * @author          Johan Lindh <[email protected]>
 * @legalese        BSD licensed (http://opensource.org/licenses/BSD-2-Clause)
 */
ptrdiff_t urldecode(char* dst, const char* src, int normalize)
{
    char* org_dst = dst;
    int slash_dot_dot = 0;
    char ch, a, b;
    do {
        ch = *src++;
        if (ch == '%' && isxdigit(a = src[0]) && isxdigit(b = src[1])) {
            if (a < 'A') a -= '0';
            else if(a < 'a') a -= 'A' - 10;
            else a -= 'a' - 10;
            if (b < 'A') b -= '0';
            else if(b < 'a') b -= 'A' - 10;
            else b -= 'a' - 10;
            ch = 16 * a + b;
            src += 2;
        }
        if (normalize) {
            switch (ch) {
            case '/':
                if (slash_dot_dot < 3) {
                    /* compress consecutive slashes and remove slash-dot */
                    dst -= slash_dot_dot;
                    slash_dot_dot = 1;
                    break;
                }
                /* fall-through */
            case '?':
                /* at start of query, stop normalizing */
                if (ch == '?')
                    normalize = 0;
                /* fall-through */
            case '\0':
                if (slash_dot_dot > 1) {
                    /* remove trailing slash-dot-(dot) */
                    dst -= slash_dot_dot;
                    /* remove parent directory if it was two dots */
                    if (slash_dot_dot == 3)
                        while (dst > org_dst && *--dst != '/')
                            /* empty body */;
                    slash_dot_dot = (ch == '/') ? 1 : 0;
                    /* keep the root slash if any */
                    if (!slash_dot_dot && dst == org_dst && *dst == '/')
                        ++dst;
                }
                break;
            case '.':
                if (slash_dot_dot == 1 || slash_dot_dot == 2) {
                    ++slash_dot_dot;
                    break;
                }
                /* fall-through */
            default:
                slash_dot_dot = 0;
            }
        }
        *dst++ = ch;
    } while(ch);
    return (dst - org_dst) - 1;
}

How to set only time part of a DateTime variable in C#

you can't change the DateTime object, it's immutable. However, you can set it to a new value, for example:

var newDate = oldDate.Date + new TimeSpan(11, 30, 55);

Date only from TextBoxFor()

[DisplayName("Start Date")]
[DisplayFormat(ApplyFormatInEditMode = true, DataFormatString = "{0:yyyy-MM-dd}")]
public DateTime StartDate { get; set; }

Then:

<%=Html.EditorFor(m => m.StartDate) %>

Case statement in MySQL

Another thing to keep in mind is there are two different CASEs with MySQL: one like what @cdhowie and others describe here (and documented here: http://dev.mysql.com/doc/refman/5.7/en/control-flow-functions.html#operator_case) and something which is called a CASE, but has completely different syntax and completely different function, documented here: https://dev.mysql.com/doc/refman/5.0/en/case.html

Invariably, I first use one when I want the other.

What is the equivalent to getch() & getche() in Linux?

I suggest you use curses.h or ncurses.h these implement keyboard management routines including getch(). You have several options to change the behavior of getch (i.e. wait for keypress or not).

How can I represent 'Authorization: Bearer <token>' in a Swagger Spec (swagger.json)

Maybe this can help:

swagger: '2.0'
info:
  version: 1.0.0
  title: Based on "Basic Auth Example"
  description: >
    An example for how to use Auth with Swagger.

host: basic-auth-server.herokuapp.com
schemes:
  - http
  - https
securityDefinitions:
  Bearer:
    type: apiKey
    name: Authorization
    in: header
paths:
  /:
    get:
      security:
        - Bearer: []
      responses:
        '200':
          description: 'Will send `Authenticated`'
        '403': 
          description: 'You do not have necessary permissions for the resource'

You can copy&paste it out here: http://editor.swagger.io/#/ to check out the results.

There are also several examples in the swagger editor web with more complex security configurations which could help you.

How do I pass multiple ints into a vector at once?

These are the three most straight forward methods:

1) Initialize from an initializer list:

std::vector<int> TestVector = {2,5,8,11,14};

2) Assign from an initializer list:

std::vector<int> TestVector;
TestVector.assign( {2,5,8,11,14} ); // overwrites TestVector

3) Insert an initializer list at a given point:

std::vector<int> TestVector;
...
TestVector.insert(end(TestVector), {2,5,8,11,14} ); // preserves previous elements

get all the elements of a particular form

document.getElementById("someFormId").elements;

This collection will also contain <select>, <textarea> and <button> elements (among others), but you probably want that.

how to pass parameter from @Url.Action to controller function

Try this:

public ActionResult CreatePerson(int id) //controller 

window.location.href = "@Url.Action("CreatePerson", "Person")?Id='+Id+'";

it's working fine passing parameter.

How to force delete a file?

You have to close that application first. There is no way to delete it, if it's used by some application.

UnLock IT is a neat utility that helps you to take control of any file or folder when it is locked by some application or system. For every locked resource, you get a list of locking processes and can unlock it by terminating those processes. EMCO Unlock IT offers Windows Explorer integration that allows unlocking files and folders by one click in the context menu.

There's also Unlocker (not recommended, see Warning below), which is a free tool which helps locate any file locking handles running, and give you the option to turn it off. Then you can go ahead and do anything you want with those files.

Warning: The installer includes a lot of undesirable stuff. You're almost certainly better off with UnLock IT.

Set Background color programmatically

you need to use getResources() method, try to use following code

View someView = findViewById(R.id.screen);
View root = someView.getRootView();
root.setBackgroundColor(getResources().getColor(color.white)); 

Edit::

getResources.getColor() is deprecated so, use like below

 root.setBackgroundColor(ContextCompat.getColor(this, R.color.white)); 

Shell script to send email

Yes it works fine and is commonly used:

$ echo "hello world" | mail -s "a subject" [email protected]

In Python, how do I loop through the dictionary and change the value if it equals something?

You could create a dict comprehension of just the elements whose values are None, and then update back into the original:

tmp = dict((k,"") for k,v in mydict.iteritems() if v is None)
mydict.update(tmp)

Update - did some performance tests

Well, after trying dicts of from 100 to 10,000 items, with varying percentage of None values, the performance of Alex's solution is across-the-board about twice as fast as this solution.

How to log cron jobs?

Here is my code:

* * * * * your_script_fullpath >> your_log_path 2>&1

How to install Flask on Windows?

you are a PyCharm User, its good easy to install Flask First open the pycharm press Open Settings(Ctrl+Alt+s) Goto Project Interpreter

Double click pip>>
search bar (top of page) you search the flask and click install package 

such Cases in which flask is not shown in pip: Open Manage Repository>> Add(+) >> Add this following url

https://www.palletsprojects.com/p/flask/

Now back to pip, it will show related packages of flask,

select flask>>
install package

How to save a figure in MATLAB from the command line?

These days (May 2017), MATLAB still suffer from a robust method to export figures, especially in GNU/Linux systems when exporting figures in batch mode. The best option is to use the extension export_fig

Just download the source code from Github and use it:

plot(cos(linspace(0, 7, 1000)));
set(gcf, 'Position', [100 100 150 150]);
export_fig test2.png

How to remove underline from a name on hover

_x000D_
_x000D_
legend.green-color{_x000D_
    color:green !important;_x000D_
}
_x000D_
_x000D_
_x000D_

Javascript reduce() on Object

What you actually want in this case are the Object.values. Here is a concise ES6 implementation with that in mind:

const add = {
  a: {value:1},
  b: {value:2},
  c: {value:3}
}

const total = Object.values(add).reduce((t, {value}) => t + value, 0)

console.log(total) // 6

or simply:

const add = {
  a: 1,
  b: 2,
  c: 3
}

const total = Object.values(add).reduce((t, n) => t + n)

console.log(total) // 6

How to print the data in byte array as characters?

Try this one : new String(byte[])

How to pass Multiple Parameters from ajax call to MVC Controller

You're making an HTTP POST, but trying to pass parameters with the GET query string syntax. In a POST, the data are passed as named parameters and do not use the param=value&foo=bar syntax. Using jQuery's ajax method lets you create a javascript object with the named parameters, like so:

$.ajax({
  url: '/Home/SaveChart',
  type: 'POST',
  async: false,
  dataType: 'text',
  processData: false,    
  data: { 
      input: JSON.stringify(IVRInstant.data), 
      name: $("#wrkname").val()
  },
  success: function (data) { }
});

How to run Selenium WebDriver test cases in Chrome

You should download the chromeDriver in a folder, and add this folder in your PATH environment variable.

You'll have to restart your console to make it work.

Laravel Mail::send() sending to multiple to or bcc addresses

Try this:

$toemail = explode(',', str_replace(' ', '', $request->toemail));

Map a network drive to be used by a service

You wan't to either change the user that the Service runs under from "System" or find a sneaky way to run your mapping as System.

The funny thing is that this is possible by using the "at" command, simply schedule your drive mapping one minute into the future and it will be run under the System account making the drive visible to your service.

Parsing date string in Go

This might be super late, but this is for people that might stumble on this problem and might want to use external package for parsing date string.

I've tried looking for a libraries and I found this one:

https://github.com/araddon/dateparse

Example from the README:

package main

import (
    "flag"
    "fmt"
    "time"

    "github.com/apcera/termtables"
    "github.com/araddon/dateparse"
)

var examples = []string{
    "May 8, 2009 5:57:51 PM",
    "Mon Jan  2 15:04:05 2006",
    "Mon Jan  2 15:04:05 MST 2006",
    "Mon Jan 02 15:04:05 -0700 2006",
    "Monday, 02-Jan-06 15:04:05 MST",
    "Mon, 02 Jan 2006 15:04:05 MST",
    "Tue, 11 Jul 2017 16:28:13 +0200 (CEST)",
    "Mon, 02 Jan 2006 15:04:05 -0700",
    "Thu, 4 Jan 2018 17:53:36 +0000",
    "Mon Aug 10 15:44:11 UTC+0100 2015",
    "Fri Jul 03 2015 18:04:07 GMT+0100 (GMT Daylight Time)",
    "12 Feb 2006, 19:17",
    "12 Feb 2006 19:17",
    "03 February 2013",
    "2013-Feb-03",
    //   mm/dd/yy
    "3/31/2014",
    "03/31/2014",
    "08/21/71",
    "8/1/71",
    "4/8/2014 22:05",
    "04/08/2014 22:05",
    "4/8/14 22:05",
    "04/2/2014 03:00:51",
    "8/8/1965 12:00:00 AM",
    "8/8/1965 01:00:01 PM",
    "8/8/1965 01:00 PM",
    "8/8/1965 1:00 PM",
    "8/8/1965 12:00 AM",
    "4/02/2014 03:00:51",
    "03/19/2012 10:11:59",
    "03/19/2012 10:11:59.3186369",
    // yyyy/mm/dd
    "2014/3/31",
    "2014/03/31",
    "2014/4/8 22:05",
    "2014/04/08 22:05",
    "2014/04/2 03:00:51",
    "2014/4/02 03:00:51",
    "2012/03/19 10:11:59",
    "2012/03/19 10:11:59.3186369",
    // Chinese
    "2014?04?08?",
    //   yyyy-mm-ddThh
    "2006-01-02T15:04:05+0000",
    "2009-08-12T22:15:09-07:00",
    "2009-08-12T22:15:09",
    "2009-08-12T22:15:09Z",
    //   yyyy-mm-dd hh:mm:ss
    "2014-04-26 17:24:37.3186369",
    "2012-08-03 18:31:59.257000000",
    "2014-04-26 17:24:37.123",
    "2013-04-01 22:43",
    "2013-04-01 22:43:22",
    "2014-12-16 06:20:00 UTC",
    "2014-12-16 06:20:00 GMT",
    "2014-04-26 05:24:37 PM",
    "2014-04-26 13:13:43 +0800",
    "2014-04-26 13:13:44 +09:00",
    "2012-08-03 18:31:59.257000000 +0000 UTC",
    "2015-09-30 18:48:56.35272715 +0000 UTC",
    "2015-02-18 00:12:00 +0000 GMT",
    "2015-02-18 00:12:00 +0000 UTC",
    "2017-07-19 03:21:51+00:00",
    "2014-04-26",
    "2014-04",
    "2014",
    "2014-05-11 08:20:13,787",
    // mm.dd.yy
    "3.31.2014",
    "03.31.2014",
    "08.21.71",
    //  yyyymmdd and similar
    "20140601",
    // unix seconds, ms
    "1332151919",
    "1384216367189",
}

var (
    timezone = ""
)

func main() {
    flag.StringVar(&timezone, "timezone", "UTC", "Timezone aka `America/Los_Angeles` formatted time-zone")
    flag.Parse()

    if timezone != "" {
        // NOTE:  This is very, very important to understand
        // time-parsing in go
        loc, err := time.LoadLocation(timezone)
        if err != nil {
            panic(err.Error())
        }
        time.Local = loc
    }

    table := termtables.CreateTable()

    table.AddHeaders("Input", "Parsed, and Output as %v")
    for _, dateExample := range examples {
        t, err := dateparse.ParseLocal(dateExample)
        if err != nil {
            panic(err.Error())
        }
        table.AddRow(dateExample, fmt.Sprintf("%v", t))
    }
    fmt.Println(table.Render())
}

How to change facet labels?

Simple solution (from here):

p <- ggplot(mtcars, aes(disp, drat)) + geom_point()
# Example (old labels)
p + facet_wrap(~am)


to_string <- as_labeller(c(`0` = "Zero", `1` = "One"))
# Example (New labels)
p + facet_wrap(~am, labeller = to_string)

Is it possible to execute multiple _addItem calls asynchronously using Google Analytics?

From the docs:

_trackTrans() Sends both the transaction and item data to the Google Analytics server. This method should be called after _trackPageview(), and used in conjunction with the _addItem() and addTrans() methods. It should be called after items and transaction elements have been set up.

So, according to the docs, the items get sent when you call trackTrans(). Until you do, you can add items, but the transaction will not be sent.

Edit: Further reading led me here:

http://www.analyticsmarket.com/blog/edit-ecommerce-data

Where it clearly says you can start another transaction with an existing ID. When you commit it, the new items you listed will be added to that transaction.

How to clear all input fields in bootstrap modal when clicking data-dismiss button?

enclose your modal body inside a form with an id="myform"

and then

 $("#activatesimModal").on("hidden.bs.modal",function(){
        myform.reset();
});

should do the trick

What is the difference between the 'COPY' and 'ADD' commands in a Dockerfile?

You should check the ADD and COPY documentation for a more detailed description of their behaviors, but in a nutshell, the major difference is that ADD can do more than COPY:

  • ADD allows <src> to be a URL
  • Referring to comments below, the ADD documentation states that:

If is a local tar archive in a recognized compression format (identity, gzip, bzip2 or xz) then it is unpacked as a directory. Resources from remote URLs are not decompressed.

Note that the Best practices for writing Dockerfiles suggests using COPY where the magic of ADD is not required. Otherwise, you (since you had to look up this answer) are likely to get surprised someday when you mean to copy keep_this_archive_intact.tar.gz into your container, but instead, you spray the contents onto your filesystem.

Warning: X may be used uninitialized in this function

one has not been assigned so points to an unpredictable location. You should either place it on the stack:

Vector one;
one.a = 12;
one.b = 13;
one.c = -11

or dynamically allocate memory for it:

Vector* one = malloc(sizeof(*one))
one->a = 12;
one->b = 13;
one->c = -11
free(one);

Note the use of free in this case. In general, you'll need exactly one call to free for each call made to malloc.

How to check if a variable is an integer in JavaScript?

I had to check if a variable (string or number) is an integer and I used this condition:

function isInt(a){
    return !isNaN(a) && parseInt(a) == parseFloat(a);
}

http://jsfiddle.net/e267369d/1/

Some of the other answers have a similar solution (rely on parseFloat combined with isNaN), but mine should be more straight forward and self explaining.


Edit: I found out that my method fails for strings containing comma (like "1,2") and I also realized that in my particular case I want the function to fail if a string is not a valid integer (should fail on any float, even 1.0). So here is my function Mk II:

function isInt(a){
    return !isNaN(a) && parseInt(a) == parseFloat(a) && (typeof a != 'string' || (a.indexOf('.') == -1 && a.indexOf(',') == -1));
}

http://jsfiddle.net/e267369d/3/

Of course in case you actually need the function to accept integer floats (1.0 stuff), you can always remove the dot condition a.indexOf('.') == -1.

RegEx for Javascript to allow only alphanumeric

Alphanumeric with case sensitive:

if (/^[a-zA-Z0-9]+$/.test("SoS007")) {
  alert("match")
}

Creating a chart in Excel that ignores #N/A or blank cells

If you have an x and y column that you want to scatterplot, but not all of the cells in one of the columns is populated with meaningful values (i.e. some of them have #DIV/0!), then insert a new column next to the offending column and type =IFERROR(A2, #N/A), where A2 is the value in the offending column.

This will return #N/A if there is a #DIV/0! and will return the good value otherwise. Now make your plot with your new column and Excel ignores #N/A value and will not plot them as zeroes.

Important: do not output "#N/A" in the formula, just output #N/A.

How do I delete specific lines in Notepad++?

You can try doing a replace of #region with \n, turning extended search mode on.

org.springframework.beans.factory.BeanCreationException: Error creating bean with name

According to the stack trace, your issue is that your app cannot find org.apache.commons.dbcp.BasicDataSource, as per this line:

java.lang.ClassNotFoundException: org.apache.commons.dbcp.BasicDataSource

I see that you have commons-dbcp in your list of jars, but for whatever reason, your app is not finding the BasicDataSource class in it.

Set the table column width constant regardless of the amount of text in its cells?

You need to write this inside the corresponding CSS

table-layout:fixed;

vb.net get file names in directory?

System.IO.Directory.GetFiles() 

could help

No restricted globals

Perhaps you could try passing location into the component as a prop. Below I use ...otherProps. This is the spread operator, and is valid but unneccessary if you passed in your props explicitly it's just there as a place holder for demonstration purposes. Also, research destructuring to understand where ({ location }) came from.

import React from 'react';
import withRouter from 'react-router-dom';

const MyComponent = ({ location, ...otherProps }) => (whatever you want to render)


export withRouter(MyComponent);

Drop view if exists

your exists syntax is wrong and you should seperate DDL with go like below

if exists(select 1 from sys.views where name='tst' and type='v')
drop view tst;
go

create view tst
as
select * from test

you also can check existence test, with object_id like below

if object_id('tst','v') is not null
drop view tst;
go

create view tst
as
select * from test

In SQL 2016,you can use below syntax to drop

Drop view  if exists dbo.tst

From SQL2016 CU1,you can do below

create or alter view vwTest
as
 select 1 as col;
go

Understanding lambda in python and using it to pass multiple arguments

Why do you need to state both x and y before the :?

Because it's a function definition and it needs to know what parameters the function accepts, and in what order. It can't just look at the expression and use the variables names in that, because some of those names you might want to use existing local or global variable values for, and even if it did that, it wouldn't know what order it should expect to get them.

Your error message means that Tk is calling your lambda with one argument, while your lambda is written to accept no arguments. If you don't need the argument, just accept one and don't use it. (Demosthenex has the code, I would have posted it but was beaten to it.)

How do I declare a 2d array in C++ using new?

This question was bugging me - it's a common enough problem that a good solution should already exist, something better than the vector of vectors or rolling your own array indexing.

When something ought to exist in C++ but doesn't, the first place to look is boost.org. There I found the Boost Multidimensional Array Library, multi_array. It even includes a multi_array_ref class that can be used to wrap your own one-dimensional array buffer.

Java Can't connect to X11 window server using 'localhost:10.0' as the value of the DISPLAY variable

If you start application on a remote server while logged in by ssh then another way would be to start ssh with -x parameter or add ForwardX11 no in your /etc/ssh/ssh_config. In this case ssh will not create environment variable DISPLAY.

OnClick in Excel VBA

I had a similar issue, and I fixed by running the macro "onTime", and by using some global variables to only run once the user has stopped clicking.

Public macroIsOnQueue As Boolean
Private Sub Worksheet_SelectionChange(ByVal Target As Range)
    macroIsOnQueue = False
    Application.OnTime (Now() + TimeValue("00:00:02")), "addBordersOnRow"
    macroIsOnQueue = True
End sub
Sub addBordersOnRow()
    If macroIsOnQueue Then        
       macroIsOnQueue = False
       ' add code here
    End if
End sub

This way, whenever the user changes selection within 2 seconds, the macroIsOnQueue variable is set to false, but the last time selection is changed, macroIsOnQueue is set to true, and the macro will run.

Hope this helps, Have fun with VBA !!

Unable to create a constant value of type Only primitive types or enumeration types are supported in this context

It's worth adding, since the OP's code sample doesn't provide enough context to prove otherwise, but I received this error as well on the following code:

public RetailSale GetByRefersToRetailSaleId(Int32 refersToRetailSaleId)
{
    return GetQueryable()
        .FirstOrDefault(x => x.RefersToRetailSaleId.Equals(refersToRetailSaleId));
}

Apparently, I cannot use Int32.Equals in this context to compare an Int32 with a primitive int; I had to (safely) change to this:

public RetailSale GetByRefersToRetailSaleId(Int32 refersToRetailSaleId)
{
    return GetQueryable()
      .FirstOrDefault(x => x.RefersToRetailSaleId == refersToRetailSaleId);
}

C# equivalent of the IsNull() function in SQL Server

This is meant half as a joke, since the question is kinda silly.

public static bool IsNull (this System.Object o)
{
   return (o == null);
}

This is an extension method, however it extends System.Object, so every object you use now has an IsNull() method.

Then you can save tons of code by doing:

if (foo.IsNull())

instead of the super lame:

if (foo == null)

hibernate - get id after save object

or in a better way we can have like this

Let's say your primary key is an Integer and object you save is "ticket", then you can get it like this. When you save the object, id is always returned

//unboxing will occur here so that id here will be value type not the reference type. Now you can check id for 0 in case of save failure. like below:

int id = (Integer) session.save(ticket); 
if(id==0) 
   your session.save call was not success. 
else '
   your call to session.save was successful.

How to improve performance of ngRepeat over a huge dataset (angular.js)?

Virtual scrolling is another way to improve scrolling performance when dealing with huge lists and large dataset.

One way to implement this is by using Angular Material md-virtual-repeat as it is demonstrated on this Demo with 50,000 items

Taken straight from the documentation of virtual repeat:

Virtual repeat is a limited substitute for ng-repeat that renders only enough dom nodes to fill the container and recycling them as the user scrolls.

What is the difference between background and background-color

I've found that you cannot set a gradient with background-color.

This works:

background:linear-gradient(to right, rgba(255,0,0,0), rgba(255,255,255,1));

This doesn't:

background-color:linear-gradient(to right, rgba(255,0,0,0), rgba(255,255,255,1));

How do I replace part of a string in PHP?

This is probably what you need:

$text = str_replace(' ', '_', substr($text, 0, 10));

How does C#'s random number generator work?

I've been searching the internet for RNG for a while now. Everything I saw was either TOO complex or was just not what I was looking for. After reading a few articles I was able to come up with this simple code.

{
  Random rnd = new Random(DateTime.Now.Millisecond);
  int[] b = new int[10] { 5, 8, 1, 7, 3, 2, 9, 0, 4, 6 };
  textBox1.Text = Convert.ToString(b[rnd.Next(10)])
}

Simple explanation,

  1. create a 1 dimensional integer array.
  2. full up the array with unordered numbers.
  3. use the rnd.Next to get the position of the number that will be picked.

This works well.

To obtain a random number less than 100 use

{
  Random rnd = new Random(DateTime.Now.Millisecond);
  int[] b = new int[10] { 5, 8, 1, 7, 3, 2, 9, 0, 4, 6 };
  int[] d = new int[10] { 9, 4, 7, 2, 8, 0, 5, 1, 3, 4 };
  textBox1.Text = Convert.ToString(b[rnd.Next(10)]) + Convert.ToString(d[rnd.Next(10)]);
}

and so on for 3, 4, 5, and 6 ... digit random numbers.

Hope this assists someone positively.

Best way to remove items from a collection

For a simple List structure the most efficient way seems to be using the Predicate RemoveAll implementation.

Eg.

 workSpace.RoleAssignments.RemoveAll(x =>x.Member.Name == shortName);

The reasons are:

  1. The Predicate/Linq RemoveAll method is implemented in List and has access to the internal array storing the actual data. It will shift the data and resize the internal array.
  2. The RemoveAt method implementation is quite slow, and will copy the entire underlying array of data into a new array. This means reverse iteration is useless for List

If you are stuck implementing this in a the pre c# 3.0 era. You have 2 options.

  • The easily maintainable option. Copy all the matching items into a new list and and swap the underlying list.

Eg.

List<int> list2 = new List<int>() ; 
foreach (int i in GetList())
{
    if (!(i % 2 == 0))
    {
        list2.Add(i);
    }
}
list2 = list2;

Or

  • The tricky slightly faster option, which involves shifting all the data in the list down when it does not match and then resizing the array.

If you are removing stuff really frequently from a list, perhaps another structure like a HashTable (.net 1.1) or a Dictionary (.net 2.0) or a HashSet (.net 3.5) are better suited for this purpose.

How to force keyboard with numbers in mobile website in Android

<input type="number" />
<input type="tel" />

Both of these present the numeric keypad when the input gains focus.

<input type="search" /> shows a normal keyboard with an extra search button

Everything else seems to bring up the standard keyboard.

In Gradle, is there a better way to get Environment Variables?

Well; this works as well:

home = "$System.env.HOME"

It's not clear what you're aiming for.

socket programming multiple client to one server

I guess the problem is that you need to start a separate thread for each connection and call serverSocket.accept() in a loop to accept more than one connection.

It is not a problem to have more than one connection on the same port.

PowerShell script to check the status of a URL

I recently set up a script that does this.

As David Brabant pointed out, you can use the System.Net.WebRequest class to do an HTTP request.

To check whether it is operational, you should use the following example code:

# First we create the request.
$HTTP_Request = [System.Net.WebRequest]::Create('http://google.com')

# We then get a response from the site.
$HTTP_Response = $HTTP_Request.GetResponse()

# We then get the HTTP code as an integer.
$HTTP_Status = [int]$HTTP_Response.StatusCode

If ($HTTP_Status -eq 200) {
    Write-Host "Site is OK!"
}
Else {
    Write-Host "The Site may be down, please check!"
}

# Finally, we clean up the http request by closing it.
If ($HTTP_Response -eq $null) { } 
Else { $HTTP_Response.Close() }

Get day of week using NSDate

What you are looking for (if I understand the question correctly) is NSCalendarUnit.CalendarUnitWeekday. The corresponding property of NSDateComponents is weekday.

Note also that your date format is wrong (the full specification can be found here: http://unicode.org/reports/tr35/tr35-6.html).

The function can be simplified slightly, using automatic type inference, also you use variables a lot where constants are sufficient. In addition, the function should return an optional which is nil for an invalid input string.

Updated code for Swift 3 and later:

func getDayOfWeek(_ today:String) -> Int? {
    let formatter  = DateFormatter()
    formatter.dateFormat = "yyyy-MM-dd"
    guard let todayDate = formatter.date(from: today) else { return nil }
    let myCalendar = Calendar(identifier: .gregorian)
    let weekDay = myCalendar.component(.weekday, from: todayDate)
    return weekDay
}

Example:

if let weekday = getDayOfWeek("2014-08-27") {
    print(weekday)
} else {
    print("bad input")
}

Original answer for Swift 2:

func getDayOfWeek(today:String)->Int? {

    let formatter  = NSDateFormatter()
    formatter.dateFormat = "yyyy-MM-dd"
    if let todayDate = formatter.dateFromString(today) {
        let myCalendar = NSCalendar(calendarIdentifier: NSCalendarIdentifierGregorian)!
        let myComponents = myCalendar.components(.Weekday, fromDate: todayDate)
        let weekDay = myComponents.weekday
        return weekDay
    } else {
        return nil
    }
}

How to send data in request body with a GET when using jQuery $.ajax()

we all know generally that for sending the data according to the http standards we generally use POST request. But if you really want to use Get for sending the data in your scenario I would suggest you to use the query-string or query-parameters.

1.GET use of Query string as. {{url}}admin/recordings/some_id

here the some_id is mendatory parameter to send and can be used and req.params.some_id at server side.

2.GET use of query string as{{url}}admin/recordings?durationExact=34&isFavourite=true

here the durationExact ,isFavourite is optional strings to send and can be used and req.query.durationExact and req.query.isFavourite at server side.

3.GET Sending arrays {{url}}admin/recordings/sessions/?os["Windows","Linux","Macintosh"]

and you can access those array values at server side like this

let osValues = JSON.parse(req.query.os);
        if(osValues.length > 0)
        {
            for (let i=0; i<osValues.length; i++)
            {
                console.log(osValues[i])
                //do whatever you want to do here
            }
        }

How to confirm RedHat Enterprise Linux version?

That's the RHEL release version.

You can see the kernel version by typing uname -r. It'll be 2.6.something.

How do I upload a file with the JS fetch API?

Here is my code:

html:

_x000D_
_x000D_
const upload = (file) => {_x000D_
    console.log(file);_x000D_
_x000D_
    _x000D_
_x000D_
    fetch('http://localhost:8080/files/uploadFile', { _x000D_
    method: 'POST',_x000D_
    // headers: {_x000D_
    //   //"Content-Disposition": "attachment; name='file'; filename='xml2.txt'",_x000D_
    //   "Content-Type": "multipart/form-data; boundary=BbC04y " //"multipart/mixed;boundary=gc0p4Jq0M2Yt08jU534c0p" //  ? // multipart/form-data _x000D_
    // },_x000D_
    body: file // This is your file object_x000D_
  }).then(_x000D_
    response => response.json() // if the response is a JSON object_x000D_
  ).then(_x000D_
    success => console.log(success) // Handle the success response object_x000D_
  ).catch(_x000D_
    error => console.log(error) // Handle the error response object_x000D_
  );_x000D_
_x000D_
  //cvForm.submit();_x000D_
};_x000D_
_x000D_
const onSelectFile = () => upload(uploadCvInput.files[0]);_x000D_
_x000D_
uploadCvInput.addEventListener('change', onSelectFile, false);
_x000D_
<form id="cv_form" style="display: none;"_x000D_
          enctype="multipart/form-data">_x000D_
          <input id="uploadCV" type="file" name="file"/>_x000D_
          <button type="submit" id="upload_btn">upload</button>_x000D_
</form>_x000D_
<ul class="dropdown-menu">_x000D_
<li class="nav-item"><a class="nav-link" href="#" id="upload">UPLOAD CV</a></li>_x000D_
<li class="nav-item"><a class="nav-link" href="#" id="download">DOWNLOAD CV</a></li>_x000D_
</ul>
_x000D_
_x000D_
_x000D_

How to make an ng-click event conditional?

You could try to use ng-class.
Here is my simple example:
http://plnkr.co/edit/wS3QkQ5dvHNdc6Lb8ZSF?p=preview

<div ng-repeat="object in objects">
  <span ng-class="{'disabled': object.status}" ng-click="disableIt(object)">
    {{object.value}}
  </span>
</div>

The status is a custom attribute of object, you could name it whatever you want.
The disabled in ng-class is a CSS class name, the object.status should be true or false

You could change every object's status in function disableIt.
In your Controller, you could do this:

$scope.disableIt = function(obj) {
  obj.status = !obj.status
}

Guzzlehttp - How get the body of a response from Guzzle 6?

If expecting JSON back, the simplest way to get it:

$data = json_decode($response->getBody()); // returns an object

// OR

$data = json_decode($response->getBody(), true); // returns an array

json_decode() will automatically cast the body to string, so there is no need to call getContents().

How do I configure PyCharm to run py.test tests?

PyCharm 2017.3

  1. Preference -> Tools -> Python integrated Tools - Choose py.test as Default test runner.
  2. If you use Django Preference -> Languages&Frameworks -> Django - Set tick on Do not use Django Test runner
  3. Clear all previously existing test configurations from Run/Debug configuration, otherwise tests will be run with those older configurations.
  4. To set some default additional arguments update py.test default configuration. Run/Debug Configuration -> Defaults -> Python tests -> py.test -> Additional Arguments

#1071 - Specified key was too long; max key length is 767 bytes

To fix that, this works for me like a charm.

ALTER DATABASE dbname CHARACTER SET utf8 COLLATE utf8_general_ci;

SQL Server error on update command - "A severe error occurred on the current command"

This seems to happen when there's a generic problem with your data source that it isn't handling.

In my case I had inserted a bunch of data, the indexes had become corrupt on the table, they needed rebuilding. I found a script to rebuild them all, seemed to fix it. To find the error I ran the same query on the database - one that had worked 100+ times previously.

What is this date format? 2011-08-12T20:17:46.384Z

There are other ways to parse it rather than the first answer. To parse it:

(1) If you want to grab information about date and time, you can parse it to a ZonedDatetime(since Java 8) or Date(old) object:

// ZonedDateTime's default format requires a zone ID(like [Australia/Sydney]) in the end.
// Here, we provide a format which can parse the string correctly.
DateTimeFormatter dtf = DateTimeFormatter.ISO_DATE_TIME;
ZonedDateTime zdt = ZonedDateTime.parse("2011-08-12T20:17:46.384Z", dtf);

or

// 'T' is a literal.
// 'X' is ISO Zone Offset[like +01, -08]; For UTC, it is interpreted as 'Z'(Zero) literal.
String pattern = "yyyy-MM-dd'T'HH:mm:ss.SSSX";

// since no built-in format, we provides pattern directly.
DateFormat df = new SimpleDateFormat(pattern);

Date myDate = df.parse("2011-08-12T20:17:46.384Z");

(2) If you don't care the date and time and just want to treat the information as a moment in nanoseconds, then you can use Instant:

// The ISO format without zone ID is Instant's default.
// There is no need to pass any format.
Instant ins = Instant.parse("2011-08-12T20:17:46.384Z");

Accessing dict_keys element by index in Python3

Call list() on the dictionary instead:

keys = list(test)

In Python 3, the dict.keys() method returns a dictionary view object, which acts as a set. Iterating over the dictionary directly also yields keys, so turning a dictionary into a list results in a list of all the keys:

>>> test = {'foo': 'bar', 'hello': 'world'}
>>> list(test)
['foo', 'hello']
>>> list(test)[0]
'foo'

SQL "select where not in subquery" returns no results

SELECT T.common_id
  FROM Common T
       LEFT JOIN Table1 T1 ON T.common_id = T1.common_id
       LEFT JOIN Table2 T2 ON T.common_id = T2.common_id
 WHERE T1.common_id IS NULL
   AND T2.common_id IS NULL

What is an MDF file?

Just to make this absolutely clear for all:

A .MDF file is “typically” a SQL Server data file however it is important to note that it does NOT have to be.

This is because .MDF is nothing more than a recommended/preferred notation but the extension itself does not actually dictate the file type.

To illustrate this, if someone wanted to create their primary data file with an extension of .gbn they could go ahead and do so without issue.

To qualify the preferred naming conventions:

  • .mdf - Primary database data file.
  • .ndf - Other database data files i.e. non Primary.
  • .ldf - Log data file.

How to stop PHP code execution?

or try

trigger_error('Die', E_ERROR);

What is INSTALL_PARSE_FAILED_NO_CERTIFICATES error?

It's throwing this error for me today because I have an app with a min sdk of 28 and am hitting play on an emulator with an SDK version of 23. Usually this is not possible (AS gray's out the play button), but today not so much.

How do I pass a method as a parameter in Python

If you want to pass a method of a class as an argument but don't yet have the object on which you are going to call it, you can simply pass the object once you have it as the first argument (i.e. the "self" argument).

class FooBar:

    def __init__(self, prefix):
        self.prefix = prefix

    def foo(self, name):
        print "%s %s" % (self.prefix, name)


def bar(some_method):
    foobar = FooBar("Hello")
    some_method(foobar, "World")

bar(FooBar.foo)

This will print "Hello World"

Enable CORS in Web API 2

Make sure that you are accessing the WebAPI through HTTPS.

I also enabled cors in the WebApi.config.

var cors = new EnableCorsAttribute("*", "*", "*");
config.EnableCors(cors);

But my CORS request did not work until I used HTTPS urls.

Anonymous method in Invoke call

You need to create a delegate type. The keyword 'delegate' in the anonymous method creation is a bit misleading. You are not creating an anonymous delegate but an anonymous method. The method you created can be used in a delegate. Like this:

myControl.Invoke(new MethodInvoker(delegate() { (MyMethod(this, new MyEventArgs(someParameter)); }));

Django upgrading to 1.9 error "AppRegistryNotReady: Apps aren't loaded yet."

In the "admin" module of your app package, do register all the databases created in "models" module of the package.

Suppose you have a database class defined in "models" module as:

class myDb1(models.Model):
    someField= models.Charfiled(max_length=100)

so you must register this in the admin module as:

from .models import myDb1
admin.site.register(myDb1)

I hope this resolve the error.

How can I transform string to UTF-8 in C#?

If you want to save any string to mysql database do this:->

Your database field structure i phpmyadmin [ or any other control panel] should set to utf8-gerneral-ci

2) you should change your string [Ex. textbox1.text] to byte, therefor

2-1) define byte[] st2;

2-2) convert your string [textbox1.text] to unicode [ mmultibyte string] by :

byte[] st2 = System.Text.Encoding.UTF8.GetBytes(textBox1.Text);

3) execute this sql command before any query:

string mysql_query2 = "SET NAMES 'utf8'";
cmd.CommandText = mysql_query2;
cmd.ExecuteNonQuery();

3-2) now you should insert this value in to for example name field by :

cmd.CommandText = "INSERT INTO customer (`name`) values (@name)";

4) the main job that many solution didn't attention to it is the below line: you should use addwithvalue instead of add in command parameter like below:

cmd.Parameters.AddWithValue("@name",ut);

++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++ enjoy real data in your database server instead of ????

Setting width and height

You can override the canvas style width !important ...

canvas{

  width:1000px !important;
  height:600px !important;

}

also

specify responsive:true, property under options..

options: {
    responsive: true,
    maintainAspectRatio: false,
    scales: {
        yAxes: [{
            ticks: {
                beginAtZero:true
            }
        }]
    }
}

update under options added : maintainAspectRatio: false,

link : http://codepen.io/theConstructor/pen/KMpqvo

maximum value of int

#include <iostrema>

int main(){
    int32_t maxSigned = -1U >> 1;
    cout << maxSigned << '\n';
    return 0;
}

It might be architecture dependent but it does work at least in my setup.

Deserialize json object into dynamic object using Json.net

Json.NET allows us to do this:

dynamic d = JObject.Parse("{number:1000, str:'string', array: [1,2,3,4,5,6]}");

Console.WriteLine(d.number);
Console.WriteLine(d.str);
Console.WriteLine(d.array.Count);

Output:

 1000
 string
 6

Documentation here: LINQ to JSON with Json.NET

See also JObject.Parse and JArray.Parse

How to pull remote branch from somebody else's repo

No, you don't need to add them as a remote. That would be clumbersome and a pain to do each time.

Grabbing their commits:

git fetch [email protected]:theirusername/reponame.git theirbranch:ournameforbranch

This creates a local branch named ournameforbranch which is exactly the same as what theirbranch was for them. For the question example, the last argument would be foo:foo.

Note :ournameforbranch part can be further left off if thinking up a name that doesn't conflict with one of your own branches is bothersome. In that case, a reference called FETCH_HEAD is available. You can git log FETCH_HEAD to see their commits then do things like cherry-picked to cherry pick their commits.

Pushing it back to them:

Oftentimes, you want to fix something of theirs and push it right back. That's possible too:

git fetch [email protected]:theirusername/reponame.git theirbranch
git checkout FETCH_HEAD

# fix fix fix

git push [email protected]:theirusername/reponame.git HEAD:theirbranch

If working in detached state worries you, by all means create a branch using :ournameforbranch and replace FETCH_HEAD and HEAD above with ournameforbranch.

How to exit from Python without traceback?

What about

import sys
....
....
....
sys.exit("I am getting the heck out of here!")

No traceback and somehow more explicit.

If you can decode JWT, how are they secure?

You can go to jwt.io, paste your token and read the contents. This is jarring for a lot of people initially.

The short answer is that JWT doesn't concern itself with encryption. It cares about validation. That is to say, it can always get the answer for "Have the contents of this token been manipulated"? This means user manipulation of the JWT token is futile because the server will know and disregard the token. The server adds a signature based on the payload when issuing a token to the client. Later on it verifies the payload and matching signature.

The logical question is what is the motivation for not concerning itself with encrypted contents?

  1. The simplest reason is because it assumes this is a solved problem for the most part. If dealing with a client like the web browser for example, you can store the JWT tokens in a cookie that is secure (is not transmitted via HTTP, only via HTTPS) and httpOnly (can't be read by Javascript) and talks to the server over an encrypted channel (HTTPS). Once you know you have a secure channel between the server and client you can securely exchange JWT or whatever else you want.

  2. This keeps thing simple. A simple implementation makes adoption easier but it also lets each layer do what it does best (let HTTPS handle encryption).

  3. JWT isn't meant to store sensitive data. Once the server receives the JWT token and validates it, it is free to lookup the user ID in its own database for additional information for that user (like permissions, postal address, etc). This keeps JWT small in size and avoids inadvertent information leakage because everyone knows not to keep sensitive data in JWT.

It's not too different from how cookies themselves work. Cookies often contain unencrypted payloads. If you are using HTTPS then everything is good. If you aren't then it's advisable to encrypt sensitive cookies themselves. Not doing so will mean that a man-in-the-middle attack is possible--a proxy server or ISP reads the cookies and then replays them later on pretending to be you. For similar reasons, JWT should always be exchanged over a secure layer like HTTPS.

Ruby convert Object to Hash

Gift.new.instance_values # => {"name"=>"book", "price"=>15.95}

How to do 3 table JOIN in UPDATE query?

For PostgreSQL example:

UPDATE TableA AS a
SET param_from_table_a=FALSE -- param FROM TableA
FROM TableB AS b
WHERE b.id=a.param_id AND a.amount <> 0; 

What are NR and FNR and what does "NR==FNR" imply?

In awk, FNR refers to the record number (typically the line number) in the current file and NR refers to the total record number. The operator == is a comparison operator, which returns true when the two surrounding operands are equal.

This means that the condition NR==FNR is only true for the first file, as FNR resets back to 1 for the first line of each file but NR keeps on increasing.

This pattern is typically used to perform actions on only the first file. The next inside the block means any further commands are skipped, so they are only run on files other than the first.

The condition FNR==NR compares the same two operands as NR==FNR, so it behaves in the same way.

How to set page content to the middle of screen?

If you want to center the content horizontally and vertically, but don't know in prior how high your page will be, you have to you use JavaScript.

HTML:

<body>
    <div id="content">...</div>
</body>

CSS:

#content {
    max-width: 1000px;
    margin: auto;
    left: 1%;
    right: 1%;
    position: absolute;
}

JavaScript (using jQuery):

$(function() {
    $(window).on('resize', function resize()  {
        $(window).off('resize', resize);
        setTimeout(function () {
            var content = $('#content');
            var top = (window.innerHeight - content.height()) / 2;
            content.css('top', Math.max(0, top) + 'px');
            $(window).on('resize', resize);
        }, 50);
    }).resize();
});

Centered horizontally and vertically

Demo: http://jsfiddle.net/nBzcb/

Populating a ComboBox using C#

Set the ValueMember/DisplayMember properties to the name of the properties of your Language objects.

class Language
{
    string text;
    string value;

    public string Text
    {
        get 
        {
            return text;
        }
    }

    public string Value
    {
        get
        {
            return value;
        }
    }

    public Language(string text, string value)
    {
        this.text = text;
        this.value = value;
    }
}

...

combo.DisplayMember= "Text";
combo.ValueMember = "Value";
combo.Items.Add(new Language("English", "en"));

How to Maximize window in chrome using webDriver (python)

try this, tested on windows platform and it works fine :

from selenium import webdriver
browser = webdriver.Chrome('C:\\Users\\yeivic\\Downloads\\chromedriver')
browser.fullscreen_window()
browser.get('http://google.com/')

Import CSV to SQLite

I am merging info from previous answers here with my own experience. The easiest is to add the comma-separated table headers directly to your csv file, followed by a new line, and then all your csv data.

If you are never doing sqlite stuff again (like me), this might save you a web search or two:

In the Sqlite shell enter:

$ sqlite3 yourfile.sqlite
sqlite>  .mode csv
sqlite>  .import test.csv yourtable
sqlite>  .exit

If you haven't got Sqlite installed on your Mac, run

$ brew install sqlite3

You may need to do one web search for how to install Homebrew.

ActiveMQ or RabbitMQ or ZeroMQ or

There is a comparison of the features and performance of RabbitMQ ActiveMQ and QPID given at
http://bhavin.directi.com/rabbitmq-vs-apache-activemq-vs-apache-qpid/

Personally I have tried all the above three. RabbitMQ is the best performance wise according to me, but it does not have failover and recovery options. ActiveMQ has the most features, but is slower.

Update : HornetQ is also an option you can look into, it is JMS Complaint, a better option than ActiveMQ if you are looking for a JMS based solution.

Missing artifact com.oracle:ojdbc6:jar:11.2.0 in pom.xml

Add this is work for me

<repositories>
    <!-- Repository for ORACLE JDBC Driver -->
    <repository>
        <id>codelds</id>
        <url>https://code.lds.org/nexus/content/groups/main-repo</url>
    </repository>
</repositories>

How can I load storyboard programmatically from class?

In your storyboard go to the Attributes inspector and set the view controller's Identifier. You can then present that view controller using the following code.

UIStoryboard *sb = [UIStoryboard storyboardWithName:@"MainStoryboard" bundle:nil];
UIViewController *vc = [sb instantiateViewControllerWithIdentifier:@"myViewController"];
vc.modalTransitionStyle = UIModalTransitionStyleFlipHorizontal;
[self presentViewController:vc animated:YES completion:NULL];

htaccess remove index.php from url

RewriteEngine On
RewriteCond %{THE_REQUEST} ^[A-Z]{3,9}\ /(.*)index\.php($|\ |\?)
RewriteRule ^ /%1 [R=301,L]

How can I extract substrings from a string in Perl?

(\S*)\s*\((.*?)\)\s*(\*?)


(\S*)    picks up anything which is NOT whitespace
\s*      0 or more whitespace characters
\(       a literal open parenthesis
(.*?)    anything, non-greedy so stops on first occurrence of...
\)       a literal close parenthesis
\s*      0 or more whitespace characters
(\*?)    0 or 1 occurances of literal *

Trying to get the average of a count resultset

You just can put your query as a subquery:

SELECT avg(count)
  FROM 
    (
    SELECT COUNT (*) AS Count
      FROM Table T
     WHERE T.Update_time =
               (SELECT MAX (B.Update_time )
                  FROM Table B
                 WHERE (B.Id = T.Id))
    GROUP BY T.Grouping
    ) as counts

Edit: I think this should be the same:

SELECT count(*) / count(distinct T.Grouping)
  FROM Table T
 WHERE T.Update_time =
           (SELECT MAX (B.Update_time)
              FROM Table B
             WHERE (B.Id = T.Id))

Get remote registry value

If you need user's SID and browse remote HKEY_USERS folder, you can follow this script :

<# Replace following domain.name with yours and userAccountName with remote username #>
$userLogin = New-Object System.Security.Principal.NTAccount(“domain.name“,”userAccountName“)
$userSID = $userLogin.Translate([System.Security.Principal.SecurityIdentifier])

<# We will open HKEY_USERS and with accurate user’s SID from remoteComputer #>
$remoteRegistry = [Microsoft.Win32.RegistryKey]::OpenRemoteBaseKey(‘Users’,”remoteComputer“)

<# We will then retrieve LocalName value from Control Panel / International subkeys #>

$key = $userSID.value+”\Control Panel\International”
$openKey = $remoteRegistry.OpenSubKey($key)

<# We can now retrieve any values #>

$localName = $openKey.GetValue(‘LocaleName’)

Source : http://techsultan.com/how-to-browse-remote-registry-in-powershell/

Should I use Vagrant or Docker for creating an isolated environment?

Using both is an important part of application delivery testing. I am only beginning to get involved with Docker and thinking very hard about an application team that has terrible complexity in building and delivering its software. Think of a classic Phoenix Project / Continuous Delivery situation.

The thinking goes something like this:

  • Take a Java/Go application component and build it as a container (note, not sure if the app should be built in the container or built then installed to the container)
  • Deliver the container to a Vagrant VM.
  • Repeat this for all application components.
  • Iterate on the component(s) to code against.
  • Continuously test the delivery mechanism to the VM(s) managed by Vagrant
  • Sleep well knowing when it is time to deploy the container, that integration testing was occurring on a much more continuous basis than it was before Docker.

This seems to be the logical extension of Mitchell's statement that Vagrant is for development combined with Farley/Humbles thinking in Continuous Delivery. If I, as a developer, can shrink the feedback loop on integration testing and application delivery, higher quality and better work environments will follow.

The fact that as a developer I am constantly and consistently delivering containers to the VM and testing the application more holistically means that production releases will be further simplified.

So I see Vagrant evolving as a way of leveraging some of the awesome consequences Docker will have for app deployment.

How to filter (key, value) with ng-repeat in AngularJs?

Angular filters can only be applied to arrays and not objects, from angular's API -

"Selects a subset of items from array and returns it as a new array."

You have two options here:
1) move $scope.items to an array or -
2) pre-filter the ng-repeat items, like this:

<div ng-repeat="(k,v) in filterSecId(items)">
    {{k}} {{v.pos}}
</div>

And on the Controller:

$scope.filterSecId = function(items) {
    var result = {};
    angular.forEach(items, function(value, key) {
        if (!value.hasOwnProperty('secId')) {
            result[key] = value;
        }
    });
    return result;
}

jsfiddle: http://jsfiddle.net/bmleite/WA2BE/

It is more efficient to use if-return-return or if-else-return?

I personally avoid else blocks when possible. See the Anti-if Campaign

Also, they don't charge 'extra' for the line, you know :p

"Simple is better than complex" & "Readability is king"

delta = 1 if (A > B) else -1
return A + delta

Angularjs - display current date

You have to create a date object in your controller first:

controller:

function Ctrl($scope)
{
    $scope.date = new Date();
}

view:

<div ng-app ng-controller="Ctrl">
    {{date | date:'yyyy-MM-dd'}}
</div>

JSFiddle example

Angular Date Filter Ref

Trim to remove white space

No need for jQuery

JavaScript does have a native .trim() method.

var name = "    John Smith  ";
name = name.trim();

console.log(name); // "John Smith"

Example Here

String.prototype.trim()

The trim() method removes whitespace from both ends of a string. Whitespace in this context is all the whitespace characters (space, tab, no-break space, etc.) and all the line terminator characters (LF, CR, etc.).

Convert a String In C++ To Upper Case

Use a lambda.

std::string s("change my case");

std::locale locale;
auto to_upper = [&locale] (char ch) { return std::use_facet<std::ctype<char>>(locale).toupper(ch); };

std::transform(s.begin(), s.end(), s.begin(), to_upper);

Path.Combine absolute with relative path strings

This will give you exactly what you need (path does NOT have to exist for this to work)

DirectoryInfo di = new DirectoryInfo(@"C:\blah\..\bling");
string cleanPath = di.FullName;

Printf width specifier to maintain precision of floating-point value

To my knowledge, there is a well diffused algorithm allowing to output to the necessary number of significant digits such that when scanning the string back in, the original floating point value is acquired in dtoa.c written by Daniel Gay, which is available here on Netlib (see also the associated paper). This code is used e.g. in Python, MySQL, Scilab, and many others.

Struct inheritance in C++

In C++, a structure's inheritance is the same as a class except the following differences:

When deriving a struct from a class/struct, the default access-specifier for a base class/struct is public. And when deriving a class, the default access specifier is private.

For example, program 1 fails with a compilation error and program 2 works fine.

// Program 1
#include <stdio.h>

class Base {
    public:
        int x;
};

class Derived : Base { }; // Is equivalent to class Derived : private Base {}

int main()
{
    Derived d;
    d.x = 20; // Compiler error because inheritance is private
    getchar();
    return 0;
}

// Program 2
#include <stdio.h>

struct Base {
    public:
        int x;
};

struct Derived : Base { }; // Is equivalent to struct Derived : public Base {}

int main()
{
    Derived d;
    d.x = 20; // Works fine because inheritance is public
    getchar();
    return 0;
}

Get list of a class' instance methods

You actually want TestClass.instance_methods, unless you're interested in what TestClass itself can do.

class TestClass
  def method1
  end

  def method2
  end

  def method3
  end
end

TestClass.methods.grep(/method1/) # => []
TestClass.instance_methods.grep(/method1/) # => ["method1"]
TestClass.methods.grep(/new/) # => ["new"]

Or you can call methods (not instance_methods) on the object:

test_object = TestClass.new
test_object.methods.grep(/method1/) # => ["method1"]

Java2D: Increase the line width

What is Stroke:

The BasicStroke class defines a basic set of rendering attributes for the outlines of graphics primitives, which are rendered with a Graphics2D object that has its Stroke attribute set to this BasicStroke.

https://docs.oracle.com/javase/7/docs/api/java/awt/BasicStroke.html

Note that the Stroke setting:

Graphics2D g2 = (Graphics2D) g;
g2.setStroke(new BasicStroke(10));

is setting the line width,since BasicStroke(float width):

Constructs a solid BasicStroke with the specified line width and with default values for the cap and join styles.

And, it also effects other methods like Graphics2D.drawLine(int x1, int y1, int x2, int y2) and Graphics2D.drawRect(int x, int y, int width, int height):

The methods of the Graphics2D interface that use the outline Shape returned by a Stroke object include draw and any other methods that are implemented in terms of that method, such as drawLine, drawRect, drawRoundRect, drawOval, drawArc, drawPolyline, and drawPolygon.

Concatenate two string literals

const string message = "Hello" + ",world" + exclam;

The + operator has left-to-right associativity, so the equivalent parenthesized expression is:

const string message = (("Hello" + ",world") + exclam);

As you can see, the two string literals "Hello" and ",world" are "added" first, hence the error.

One of the first two strings being concatenated must be a std::string object:

const string message = string("Hello") + ",world" + exclam;

Alternatively, you can force the second + to be evaluated first by parenthesizing that part of the expression:

const string message = "Hello" + (",world" + exclam);

It makes sense that your first example (hello + ",world" + "!") works because the std::string (hello) is one of the arguments to the leftmost +. That + is evaluated, the result is a std::string object with the concatenated string, and that resulting std::string is then concatenated with the "!".


As for why you can't concatenate two string literals using +, it is because a string literal is just an array of characters (a const char [N] where N is the length of the string plus one, for the null terminator). When you use an array in most contexts, it is converted into a pointer to its initial element.

So, when you try to do "Hello" + ",world", what you're really trying to do is add two const char*s together, which isn't possible (what would it mean to add two pointers together?) and if it was it wouldn't do what you wanted it to do.


Note that you can concatenate string literals by placing them next to each other; for example, the following two are equivalent:

"Hello" ",world"
"Hello,world"

This is useful if you have a long string literal that you want to break up onto multiple lines. They have to be string literals, though: this won't work with const char* pointers or const char[N] arrays.

Ruby on Rails: How do I add placeholder text to a f.text_field?

With rails >= 3.0, you can simply use the placeholder option.

f.text_field :attr, placeholder: "placeholder text"

Python regex for integer?

You need to anchor the regex at the start and end of the string:

^[0-9]+$

Explanation:

^      # Start of string
[0-9]+ # one or more digits 0-9
$      # End of string

Dump Mongo Collection into JSON format

If you want to dump all collections, run this command:

mongodump -d {DB_NAME}   -o /tmp 

It will generate all collections data in json and bson extensions into /tmp/{DB_NAME} directory

How to make use of ng-if , ng-else in angularJS

I am adding some of the important concern about ng directives:-

  1. Directives will respond the same place where it's execute.
  2. ng-else concept is not there, you can with only if, or other flavor like switch statement.

Check out the below example:-

<div ng-if="data.type == 'FirstValue' ">

//different template with hoot data

</div>

<div ng-if="data.type == 'SecondValue' ">

  //different template with story data

</div>

<div ng-if="data.type == 'ThirdValue' ">

 //different template with article data

</div>

As per datatype it is going to render any one of the div.

Byte Array to Hex String

Using str.format:

>>> array_alpha = [ 133, 53, 234, 241 ]
>>> print ''.join('{:02x}'.format(x) for x in array_alpha)
8535eaf1

or using format

>>> print ''.join(format(x, '02x') for x in array_alpha)
8535eaf1

Note: In the format statements, the 02 means it will pad with up to 2 leading 0s if necessary. This is important since [0x1, 0x1, 0x1] i.e. (0x010101) would be formatted to "111" instead of "010101"

or using bytearray with binascii.hexlify:

>>> import binascii
>>> binascii.hexlify(bytearray(array_alpha))
'8535eaf1'

Here is a benchmark of above methods in Python 3.6.1:

from timeit import timeit
import binascii

number = 10000

def using_str_format() -> str:
    return "".join("{:02x}".format(x) for x in test_obj)

def using_format() -> str:
    return "".join(format(x, "02x") for x in test_obj)

def using_hexlify() -> str:
    return binascii.hexlify(bytearray(test_obj)).decode('ascii')

def do_test():
    print("Testing with {}-byte {}:".format(len(test_obj), test_obj.__class__.__name__))
    if using_str_format() != using_format() != using_hexlify():
        raise RuntimeError("Results are not the same")

    print("Using str.format       -> " + str(timeit(using_str_format, number=number)))
    print("Using format           -> " + str(timeit(using_format, number=number)))
    print("Using binascii.hexlify -> " + str(timeit(using_hexlify, number=number)))

test_obj = bytes([i for i in range(255)])
do_test()

test_obj = bytearray([i for i in range(255)])
do_test()

Result:

Testing with 255-byte bytes:
Using str.format       -> 1.459474583090427
Using format           -> 1.5809937679100738
Using binascii.hexlify -> 0.014521426401399307
Testing with 255-byte bytearray:
Using str.format       -> 1.443447684109402
Using format           -> 1.5608712609513171
Using binascii.hexlify -> 0.014114164661833684

Methods using format do provide additional formatting options, as example separating numbers with spaces " ".join, commas ", ".join, upper-case printing "{:02X}".format(x)/format(x, "02X"), etc., but at a cost of great performance impact.

Passing multiple parameters to pool.map() function in Python

You can use functools.partial for this (as you suspected):

from functools import partial

def target(lock, iterable_item):
    for item in iterable_item:
        # Do cool stuff
        if (... some condition here ...):
            lock.acquire()
            # Write to stdout or logfile, etc.
            lock.release()

def main():
    iterable = [1, 2, 3, 4, 5]
    pool = multiprocessing.Pool()
    l = multiprocessing.Lock()
    func = partial(target, l)
    pool.map(func, iterable)
    pool.close()
    pool.join()

Example:

def f(a, b, c):
    print("{} {} {}".format(a, b, c))

def main():
    iterable = [1, 2, 3, 4, 5]
    pool = multiprocessing.Pool()
    a = "hi"
    b = "there"
    func = partial(f, a, b)
    pool.map(func, iterable)
    pool.close()
    pool.join()

if __name__ == "__main__":
    main()

Output:

hi there 1
hi there 2
hi there 3
hi there 4
hi there 5

How do I add a new class to an element dynamically?

This is how you do it:

var e = document.getElementById('myIdName');
var value = window.getComputedStyle(e, null).getPropertyValue("zIndex");
alert('z-index: ' + value);

Spring-boot default profile for integration tests

Another way to do this is to define a base (abstract) test class that your actual test classes will extend :

@RunWith(SpringRunner.class)
@SpringBootTest()
@ActiveProfiles("staging")
public abstract class BaseIntegrationTest {
}

Concrete test :

public class SampleSearchServiceTest extends BaseIntegrationTest{

    @Inject
    private SampleSearchService service;

    @Test
    public void shouldInjectService(){
        assertThat(this.service).isNotNull();
    }
} 

This allows you to extract more than just the @ActiveProfiles annotation. You could also imagine more specialised base classes for different kinds of integration tests, e.g. data access layer vs service layer, or for functional specialties (common @Before or @After methods etc).

zsh compinit: insecure directories

This works for my Mac since High Sierra update.

Remove the group write access:

sudo chmod g-w /usr/local/share/zsh/site-functions
sudo chmod g-w /usr/local/share/zsh

It’s best to keep the change limited to zsh directories.

Simple way to query connected USB devices info in Python?

If you just need the name of the device here is a little hack which i wrote in bash. To run it in python you need the following snippet. Just replace $1 and $2 with Bus number and Device number eg 001 or 002.

import os
os.system("lsusb | grep \"Bus $1 Device $2\" | sed 's/\// /' | awk '{for(i=7;i<=NF;++i)print $i}'")

Alternately you can save it as a bash script and run it from there too. Just save it as a bash script like foo.sh make it executable.

#!/bin/bash
myvar=$(lsusb | grep "Bus $1 Device $2" | sed 's/\// /' | awk '{for(i=7;i<=NF;++i)print $i}')
echo $myvar

Then call it in python script as

import os
os.system('foo.sh')

When to use LinkedList over ArrayList in Java?

An array list is essentially an array with methods to add items etc. (and you should use a generic list instead). It is a collection of items which can be accessed through an indexer (for example [0]). It implies a progression from one item to the next.

A linked list specifies a progression from one item to the next (Item a -> item b). You can get the same effect with an array list, but a linked list absolutely says what item is supposed to follow the previous one.

Using AND/OR in if else PHP statement

i think i am having a bit of confusion here. :) But seems no one else have ..

Are you asking which one to use in this scenario? If Yes then And is the correct answer.

If you are asking about how the operators are working, then

In php both AND, && and OR, || will work in the same way. If you are new in programming and php is one of your first languages them i suggest using AND and OR, because it increases readability and reduces confusion when you check back. But if you are familiar with any other languages already then you might already have familiarized the && and || operators.

Align an element to bottom with flexbox

Try This

_x000D_
_x000D_
.content {_x000D_
      display: flex;_x000D_
      flex-direction: column;_x000D_
      height: 250px;_x000D_
      width: 200px;_x000D_
      border: solid;_x000D_
      word-wrap: break-word;_x000D_
    }_x000D_
_x000D_
   .content h1 , .content h2 {_x000D_
     margin-bottom: 0px;_x000D_
    }_x000D_
_x000D_
   .content p {_x000D_
     flex: 1;_x000D_
    }
_x000D_
   <div class="content">_x000D_
  <h1>heading 1</h1>_x000D_
  <h2>heading 2</h2>_x000D_
  <p>Some more or less text</p>_x000D_
  <a href="/" class="button">Click me</a>_x000D_
</div>
_x000D_
_x000D_
_x000D_

how to read certain columns from Excel using Pandas - Python

You can use column indices (letters) like this:

import pandas as pd
import numpy as np
file_loc = "path.xlsx"
df = pd.read_excel(file_loc, index_col=None, na_values=['NA'], usecols = "A,C:AA")
print(df)

[Corresponding documentation][1]:

usecolsint, str, list-like, or callable default None

  • If None, then parse all columns.
  • If str, then indicates comma separated list of Excel column letters and column ranges (e.g. “A:E” or “A,C,E:F”). Ranges are inclusive of both sides.
  • If list of int, then indicates list of column numbers to be parsed.
  • If list of string, then indicates list of column names to be parsed.

    New in version 0.24.0.

  • If callable, then evaluate each column name against it and parse the column if the callable returns True.

Returns a subset of the columns according to behavior above.

New in version 0.24.0.

Creating SVG graphics using Javascript?

All modern browsers except IE support SVG

Here is a tutorial that provides step by step guide on how to work with SVG using javascript:

SVG Scripting with JavaScript Part 1: Simple Circle

Like Boldewyn has said already if you want

To do it cross-browser, I strongly recommend RaphaelJS: rapaheljs.com

Although right now I feel the size of the library is too large. It has many great features some of which you might not need.

Initialize Array of Objects using NSArray

This might not really answer the question, but just in case someone just need to quickly send a string value to a function that require a NSArray parameter.

NSArray *data = @[@"The String Value"];

if you need to send more than just 1 string value, you could also use

NSArray *data = @[@"The String Value", @"Second String", @"Third etc"];

then you can send it to the function like below

theFunction(data);

Richtextbox wpf binding

This VB.Net version works for my situation. I removed thread collection semaphore, instead using RemoveHandler and AddHandler. Also, since a FlowDocument can only be bound to one RichTextBox at a time, I put in a check that the RichTextBox's IsLoaded=True. Let's begin with how I used the class in a MVVM app which uses ResourceDictionary instead of Window.

    ' Loaded and Unloaded events seems to be the only way to initialize a control created from a Resource Dictionary
' Loading document here because Loaded is the last available event to create a document
Private Sub Rtb_Loaded(ByVal sender As System.Object, ByVal e As System.Windows.RoutedEventArgs)
    ' only good place to initialize RichTextBox.Document with DependencyProperty
    Dim rtb As RichTextBox = DirectCast(sender, RichTextBox)
    Try
        rtb.Document = RichTextBoxHelper.GetDocumentXaml(rtb)
    Catch ex As Exception
        Debug.WriteLine("Rtb_Loaded: Message:" & ex.Message)
    End Try
End Sub

' Loaded and Unloaded events seems to be the only way to initialize a control created from a Resource Dictionary
' Free document being held by RichTextBox.Document by assigning New FlowDocument to RichTextBox.Document. Otherwise we'll see an of "Document belongs to another RichTextBox"
Private Sub Rtb_Unloaded(ByVal sender As System.Object, ByVal e As System.Windows.RoutedEventArgs)
    Dim rtb As RichTextBox = DirectCast(sender, RichTextBox)
    Dim fd As New FlowDocument
    RichTextBoxHelper.SetDocumentXaml(rtb, fd)
    Try
        rtb.Document = fd
    Catch ex As Exception
        Debug.WriteLine("PoemDocument.PoemDocumentView.PoemRtb_Unloaded: Message:" & ex.Message)
    End Try
End Sub

Public Class RichTextBoxHelper
    Inherits DependencyObject

    Public Shared Function GetDocumentXaml(ByVal depObj As DependencyObject) As FlowDocument
        Return depObj.GetValue(DocumentXamlProperty)
    End Function

    Public Shared Sub SetDocumentXaml(ByVal depObj As DependencyObject, ByVal value As FlowDocument)
        depObj.SetValue(DocumentXamlProperty, value)
    End Sub

    Public Shared ReadOnly DocumentXamlProperty As DependencyProperty = DependencyProperty.RegisterAttached("DocumentXaml", GetType(FlowDocument), GetType(RichTextBoxHelper), New FrameworkPropertyMetadata(Nothing, 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)
        Dim rtb As RichTextBox = DirectCast(depObj, RichTextBox)
        If rtb.IsLoaded Then
            RemoveHandler rtb.TextChanged, AddressOf TextChanged
            Try
                rtb.Document = GetDocumentXaml(rtb)
            Catch ex As Exception
                Debug.WriteLine("RichTextBoxHelper.RegisterIt: ex:" & ex.Message)
                rtb.Document = New FlowDocument()
            End Try
            AddHandler rtb.TextChanged, AddressOf TextChanged
        Else
            Debug.WriteLine("RichTextBoxHelper: Unloaded control ignored:" & rtb.Name)
        End If
    End Sub

    ' When a RichTextBox Document changes, update the DependencyProperty so they're in sync.
    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, rtb.Document)
        End If
    End Sub

End Class

align 3 images in same row with equal spaces?

I assumed the first DIV is #content :

<div id="content">
   <img src="@Url.Content("~/images/image1.bmp")" alt="" />
   <img src="@Url.Content("~/images/image2.bmp")" alt="" />
   <img src="@Url.Content("~/images/image3.bmp")" alt="" />
</div>

And CSS :

#content{
         width: 700px;
         display: block;
         height: auto;
     }
     #content > img{
        float: left; width: 200px;
        height: 200px;
        margin: 5px 8px;
     }

Call Class Method From Another Class

In Python function are first class citezens, so you can just assign it to a property like any other value. Here we are assigning the method of A's hello to a property on B. After __init__, hello will be attached to B as self.hello, which is actually a reference to A's hello:

class A:
    def hello(self, msg):
        print(f"Hello {msg}")
    
class B:
    hello = A.hello

print(A.hello)
print(B.hello)

b = B()
b.hello("good looking!")

Prints:

<function A.hello at 0x7fcce55b9e50>
<function A.hello at 0x7fcce55b9e50>
Hello good looking!

Creating a new column based on if-elif-else condition

When you have multiple if conditions, numpy.select is the way to go:

In [4102]: import numpy as np
In [4098]: conditions = [df.A.eq(df.B), df.A.gt(df.B), df.A.lt(df.B)]
In [4096]: choices = [0, 1, -1]

In [4100]: df['C'] = np.select(conditions, choices)

In [4101]: df
Out[4101]: 
   A  B  C
a  2  2  0
b  3  1  1
c  1  3 -1

Unable to resolve host "<URL here>" No address associated with host name

Check you have:

1- Access to Internet connectivity.

2- The permission for internet is present in the manifest.

3- The url host is valid and registered in a trusted domain name server.

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

The newest IPython notebook version do not allow executing javascript in markdown cells anymore, so adding a new markdown cell with the following javascript code will not work anymore to hide your code cells (refer to this link)

Change ~/.ipython/profile_default/static/custom/custom.js as below:

code_show=true;
function code_toggle() {
 if (code_show){
 $('div.input').hide();
 } else {
 $('div.input').show();
 }
 code_show = !code_show
}

$([IPython.events]).on("app_initialized.NotebookApp", function () {
  $("#view_menu").append("<li id=\"toggle_toolbar\" title=\"Show/Hide code cells\"><a href=\"javascript:code_toggle()\">Toggle Code Cells</a></li>")
});

onclick="javascript:history.go(-1)" not working in Chrome

You should use window.history and return a false so that the href is not navigated by the browser ( the default behavior ).

<a href="www.mypage.com" onclick="window.history.go(-1); return false;"> Link </a>

How to set the thumbnail image on HTML5 video?

1) add the below jquery:

$thumbnail.on('click', function(e){
 e.preventDefault();
 src = src+'&autoplay=1'; // src: the original URL for embedding 
 $videoContainer.empty().append( $iframe.clone().attr({'src': src}) ); // $iframe: the original iframe for embedding
 }
);

note: in the first src (shown) add the original youtube link.

2) edit the iframe tag as:

<iframe width="1280" height="720" src="https://www.youtube.com/embed/nfQHF87vY0s?autoplay=1" frameborder="0" allowfullscreen></iframe>

note: copy paste the youtube video id after the embed/ in the iframe src.

Qt jpg image display

I understand your frustration the " Graphics view widget" is not the best way to do this, yes it can be done, but it's almost exactly the same as using a label ( for what you want any way) now all the ways listed do work but...

For you and any one else that may come across this question he easiest way to do it ( what you're asking any way ) is this.

QPixmap pix("Path\\path\\entername.jpeg");
    ui->label->setPixmap(pix);

}

String "true" and "false" to boolean

There isn't any built-in way to handle this (although actionpack might have a helper for that). I would advise something like this

def to_boolean(s)
  s and !!s.match(/^(true|t|yes|y|1)$/i)
end

# or (as Pavling pointed out)

def to_boolean(s)
  !!(s =~ /^(true|t|yes|y|1)$/i)
end

What works as well is to use 0 and non-0 instead of false/true literals:

def to_boolean(s)
  !s.to_i.zero?
end

Write in body request with HttpClient

Extending your code (assuming that the XML you want to send is in xmlString) :

String xmlString = "</xml>";
DefaultHttpClient httpClient = new DefaultHttpClient();
HttpPost httpRequest = new HttpPost(this.url);
httpRequest.setHeader("Content-Type", "application/xml");
StringEntity xmlEntity = new StringEntity(xmlString);
httpRequest.setEntity(xmlEntity );
HttpResponse httpresponse = httpclient.execute(httppost);

How do I lowercase a string in Python?

Don't try this, totally un-recommend, don't do this:

import string
s='ABCD'
print(''.join([string.ascii_lowercase[string.ascii_uppercase.index(i)] for i in s]))

Output:

abcd

Since no one wrote it yet you can use swapcase (so uppercase letters will become lowercase, and vice versa) (and this one you should use in cases where i just mentioned (convert upper to lower, lower to upper)):

s='ABCD'
print(s.swapcase())

Output:

abcd

fatal error: iostream.h no such file or directory

Using standard C++ calling (note that you should use namespace std for cout or add using namespace std;)

#include <iostream>

int main()
{
    std::cout<<"Hello World!\n";
    return 0;
}

Where do I find the current C or C++ standard documents?

The C99 and C++03 standards are available in book form from Wiley:

Plus, as already mentioned, the working draft for future standards is often available from the committee websites:

The C-201x draft is available as N1336, and the C++0x draft as N3225.

javascript change background color on click

I'm suggest that you learn about Jquery, most popular JS library. With jquery it's simple to acomplish what you want.Simle example below:

$(“#DIV_YOU_WANT_CHANGE”).click(function() {
    $(this).addClass(“.your_class_with_new_color”);
}); 

How does the compilation/linking process work?

The compilation of a C++ program involves three steps:

  1. Preprocessing: the preprocessor takes a C++ source code file and deals with the #includes, #defines and other preprocessor directives. The output of this step is a "pure" C++ file without pre-processor directives.

  2. Compilation: the compiler takes the pre-processor's output and produces an object file from it.

  3. Linking: the linker takes the object files produced by the compiler and produces either a library or an executable file.

Preprocessing

The preprocessor handles the preprocessor directives, like #include and #define. It is agnostic of the syntax of C++, which is why it must be used with care.

It works on one C++ source file at a time by replacing #include directives with the content of the respective files (which is usually just declarations), doing replacement of macros (#define), and selecting different portions of text depending of #if, #ifdef and #ifndef directives.

The preprocessor works on a stream of preprocessing tokens. Macro substitution is defined as replacing tokens with other tokens (the operator ## enables merging two tokens when it makes sense).

After all this, the preprocessor produces a single output that is a stream of tokens resulting from the transformations described above. It also adds some special markers that tell the compiler where each line came from so that it can use those to produce sensible error messages.

Some errors can be produced at this stage with clever use of the #if and #error directives.

Compilation

The compilation step is performed on each output of the preprocessor. The compiler parses the pure C++ source code (now without any preprocessor directives) and converts it into assembly code. Then invokes underlying back-end(assembler in toolchain) that assembles that code into machine code producing actual binary file in some format(ELF, COFF, a.out, ...). This object file contains the compiled code (in binary form) of the symbols defined in the input. Symbols in object files are referred to by name.

Object files can refer to symbols that are not defined. This is the case when you use a declaration, and don't provide a definition for it. The compiler doesn't mind this, and will happily produce the object file as long as the source code is well-formed.

Compilers usually let you stop compilation at this point. This is very useful because with it you can compile each source code file separately. The advantage this provides is that you don't need to recompile everything if you only change a single file.

The produced object files can be put in special archives called static libraries, for easier reusing later on.

It's at this stage that "regular" compiler errors, like syntax errors or failed overload resolution errors, are reported.

Linking

The linker is what produces the final compilation output from the object files the compiler produced. This output can be either a shared (or dynamic) library (and while the name is similar, they haven't got much in common with static libraries mentioned earlier) or an executable.

It links all the object files by replacing the references to undefined symbols with the correct addresses. Each of these symbols can be defined in other object files or in libraries. If they are defined in libraries other than the standard library, you need to tell the linker about them.

At this stage the most common errors are missing definitions or duplicate definitions. The former means that either the definitions don't exist (i.e. they are not written), or that the object files or libraries where they reside were not given to the linker. The latter is obvious: the same symbol was defined in two different object files or libraries.

How can I hide or encrypt JavaScript code?

The only safe way to protect your code is not giving it away. With client deployment, there is no avoiding the client having access to the code.

So the short answer is: You can't do it

The longer answer is considering flash or Silverlight. Although I believe silverlight will gladly give away it's secrets with reflector running on the client.

I'm not sure if something simular exists with the flash platform.

Convert multidimensional array into single array

Despite that array_column will work nice here, in case you need to flatten any array no matter of it's internal structure you can use this array library to achieve it without ease:

$flattened = Arr::flatten($array);

which will produce exactly the array you want.

Split a string by another string in C#

I generally like to use my own extension for that:

string data = "THExxQUICKxxBROWNxxFOX";
var dataspt = data.Split("xx");
//>THE  QUICK  BROWN  FOX 


//the extension class must be declared as static
public static class StringExtension
{   
    public static string[] Split(this string str, string splitter)
    {
        return str.Split(new[] { splitter }, StringSplitOptions.None);
    }
}

This will however lead to an Exception, if Microsoft decides to include this method-overload in later versions. It is also the likely reason why Microsoft has not included this method in the meantime: At least one company I worked for, used such an extension in all their C# projects.

It may also be possible to conditionally define the method at runtime if it doesn't exist.

How to set margin of ImageView using code, not xml

For me this worked:

int imgCarMarginRightPx = (int)TypedValue.applyDimension(TypedValue.COMPLEX_UNIT_DIP, definedValueInDp, res.getDisplayMetrics());

MarginLayoutParams lp = (MarginLayoutParams) imgCar.getLayoutParams();
lp.setMargins(0,0,imgCarMarginRightPx,0);
imgCar.setLayoutParams(lp);

How can I modify the size of column in a MySQL table?

Have you tried this?

ALTER TABLE <table_name> MODIFY <col_name> VARCHAR(65353);

This will change the col_name's type to VARCHAR(65353)

How can I present a file for download from an MVC controller?

Return a FileResult or FileStreamResult from your action, depending on whether the file exists or you create it on the fly.

public ActionResult GetPdf(string filename)
{
    return File(filename, "application/pdf", Server.UrlEncode(filename));
}

How to include js file in another js file?

You need to write a document.write object:

document.write('<script type="text/javascript" src="file.js" ></script>');

and place it in your main javascript file

How to initialize static variables

Here is a hopefully helpful pointer, in a code example. Note how the initializer function is only called once.

Also, if you invert the calls to StaticClass::initializeStStateArr() and $st = new StaticClass() you'll get the same result.

$ cat static.php
<?php

class StaticClass {

  public static  $stStateArr = NULL;

  public function __construct() {
    if (!isset(self::$stStateArr)) {
      self::initializeStStateArr();
    }
  }

  public static function initializeStStateArr() {
    if (!isset(self::$stStateArr)) {
      self::$stStateArr = array('CA' => 'California', 'CO' => 'Colorado',);
      echo "In " . __FUNCTION__. "\n";
    }
  }

}

print "Starting...\n";
StaticClass::initializeStStateArr();
$st = new StaticClass();

print_r (StaticClass::$stStateArr);

Which yields :

$ php static.php
Starting...
In initializeStStateArr
Array
(
    [CA] => California
    [CO] => Colorado
)

How do you get the path to the Laravel Storage folder?

In Laravel 3, call path('storage').

In Laravel 4, use the storage_path() helper function.

npm not working after clearing cache

I solved this issue by running cmd as an administrator. before that, I was trying to run in vs code.

run it in Power Shell or Cmd with administrative privilege. I hope that it will help.

npm install –g @angular/cli@latest

How do I add an "Add to Favorites" button or link on my website?

  if (window.sidebar) { // Mozilla Firefox Bookmark
     window.sidebar.addPanel(document.title,location.href,"");

It adds the bookmark but in the sidebar.

How long would it take a non-programmer to learn C#, the .NET Framework, and SQL?

If you want to learn, REALLY want to learn, then time is not of consequence. Just move forward everyday. Let your passion for this stuff drive you forward. And one day you'll see that you are good at C#/.NET.

How to run function in AngularJS controller on document ready?

We can use the angular.element(document).ready() method to attach callbacks for when the document is ready. We can simply attach the callback in the controller like so:

angular.module('MyApp', [])

.controller('MyCtrl', [function() {
    angular.element(document).ready(function () {
        document.getElementById('msg').innerHTML = 'Hello';
    });
}]);

http://jsfiddle.net/jgentes/stwyvq38/1/

How to convert char to integer in C?

The standard function atoi() will likely do what you want.

A simple example using "atoi":

#include <unistd.h>

int main(int argc, char *argv[])
{
    int useconds = atoi(argv[1]); 
    usleep(useconds);
}

Summing radio input values

Your javascript is executed before the HTML is generated, so it doesn't "see" the ungenerated INPUT elements. For jQuery, you would either stick the Javascript at the end of the HTML or wrap it like this:

<script type="text/javascript">   $(function() { //jQuery trick to say after all the HTML is parsed.     $("input[type=radio]").click(function() {       var total = 0;       $("input[type=radio]:checked").each(function() {         total += parseFloat($(this).val());       });        $("#totalSum").val(total);     });   }); </script> 

EDIT: This code works for me

<!DOCTYPE html> <html> <head> <meta charset="utf-8"> </head> <body>   <strong>Choose a base package:</strong>   <input id="item_0" type="radio" name="pkg" value="1942" />Base Package 1 - $1942   <input id="item_1" type="radio" name="pkg" value="2313" />Base Package 2 - $2313   <input id="item_2" type="radio" name="pkg" value="2829" />Base Package 3 - $2829   <strong>Choose an add on:</strong>   <input id="item_10" type="radio" name="ext" value="0" />No add-on - +$0   <input id="item_12" type="radio" name="ext" value="2146" />Add-on 1 - (+$2146)   <input id="item_13" type="radio" name="ext" value="2455" />Add-on 2 - (+$2455)   <input id="item_14" type="radio" name="ext" value="2764" />Add-on 3 - (+$2764)   <input id="item_15" type="radio" name="ext" value="3073" />Add-on 4 - (+$3073)   <input id="item_16" type="radio" name="ext" value="3382" />Add-on 5 - (+$3382)   <input id="item_17" type="radio" name="ext" value="3691" />Add-on 6 - (+$3691)   <strong>Your total is:</strong>   <input id="totalSum" type="text" name="totalSum" readonly="readonly" size="5" value="" />   <script src="http://ajax.googleapis.com/ajax/libs/jquery/1.10.2/jquery.min.js"></script>   <script type="text/javascript">       $("input[type=radio]").click(function() {         var total = 0;         $("input[type=radio]:checked").each(function() {           total += parseFloat($(this).val());         });          $("#totalSum").val(total);       });     </script> </body> </html> 

Check div is hidden using jquery

Try

if($('#car2').is(':hidden'))
{  
    alert('car 2 is hidden');       
}

Difference between iCalendar (.ics) and the vCalendar (.vcs)

You can try VCS to ICS file converter (Java, works with Windows, Mac, Linux etc.). It has the feature of parsing events and todos. You can convert the VCS generated by your Nokia phone, with bluetooth export or via nbuexplorer.

  • Complete support for UTF-8
  • Quoted-printable encoded strings
  • Completely open source code (GPLv3 and Apache 2.0)
  • Standard iCalendar v2.0 output
  • Encodes multiple files at once (only one event per file)
  • Compatible with Android, iOS, Mozilla Lightning/Sunbird, Google Calendar and others
  • Multiplatform

VMware Workstation and Device/Credential Guard are not compatible

the simplest solution for this issue is to download the "Device Guard and Credential Guard hardware readiness tool" to correct the incompatibility :

Sometimes adding a WCF Service Reference generates an empty reference.cs

The technique that worked for me in my case, after reading these answers to no avail, was simply to comment out all of my contract, and uncomment bits until it doesn't work anymore, in a binary search fashion. That narrows down the offending bit of code.

Then you just have to guess what's wrong with that code.

Some error feedback in the tool would have helped, of course.

I am writing a web service contract. I had a placeholder enum with no members. That's OK. But if I use it in a property of another class, and re-use the contract dll on the client, the codegen explodes with no error message. Running svcutil.exe didn't help, it just failed to output a cs file without mentioning why.

How to store a datetime in MySQL with timezone info

You said:

I want them to always come out as Tanzanian time and not in the local times that various collaborator are in.

If this is the case, then you should not use UTC. All you need to do is to use a DATETIME type in MySQL instead of a TIMESTAMP type.

From the MySQL documentation:

MySQL converts TIMESTAMP values from the current time zone to UTC for storage, and back from UTC to the current time zone for retrieval. (This does not occur for other types such as DATETIME.)

If you are already using a DATETIME type, then you must be not setting it by the local time to begin with. You'll need to focus less on the database, and more on your application code - which you didn't show here. The problem, and the solution, will vary drastically depending on language, so be sure to tag the question with the appropriate language of your application code.

Get Cell Value from a DataTable in C#

If I have understood your question correctly you want to display one particular cell of your populated datatable? This what I used to display the given cell in my DataGrid.

var s  = dataGridView2.Rows[i].Cells[j].Value;
txt_Country.Text = s.ToString();

Hope this helps

Getting the last element of a split string array

And if you don't want to construct an array ...

var str = "how,are you doing, today?";
var res = str.replace(/(.*)([, ])([^, ]*$)/,"$3");

The breakdown in english is:

/(anything)(any separator once)(anything that isn't a separator 0 or more times)/

The replace just says replace the entire string with the stuff after the last separator.

So you can see how this can be applied generally. Note the original string is not modified.

Abstract methods in Java

The error message tells the exact reason: "abstract methods cannot have a body".

They can only be defined in abstract classes and interfaces (interface methods are implicitly abstract!) and the idea is, that the subclass implements the method.

Example:

 public abstract class AbstractGreeter {
   public abstract String getHelloMessage();

   public void sayHello() {
     System.out.println(getHelloMessage());
   }
 }

 public class FrenchGreeter extends AbstractGreeter{

   // we must implement the abstract method
   @Override
   public String getHelloMessage() {
     return "bonjour";
   }
 }

Get textarea text with javascript or Jquery

Try This:

var info = document.getElementById("area1").value; // Javascript
var info = $("#area1").val(); // jQuery

Which versions of SSL/TLS does System.Net.WebRequest support?

This is an important question. The SSL 3 protocol (1996) is irreparably broken by the Poodle attack published 2014. The IETF have published "SSLv3 MUST NOT be used". Web browsers are ditching it. Mozilla Firefox and Google Chrome have already done so.

Two excellent tools for checking protocol support in browsers are SSL Lab's client test and https://www.howsmyssl.com/ . The latter does not require Javascript, so you can try it from .NET's HttpClient:

// set proxy if you need to
// WebRequest.DefaultWebProxy = new WebProxy("http://localhost:3128");

File.WriteAllText("howsmyssl-httpclient.html", new HttpClient().GetStringAsync("https://www.howsmyssl.com").Result);

// alternative using WebClient for older framework versions
// new WebClient().DownloadFile("https://www.howsmyssl.com/", "howsmyssl-webclient.html");

The result is damning:

Your client is using TLS 1.0, which is very old, possibly susceptible to the BEAST attack, and doesn't have the best cipher suites available on it. Additions like AES-GCM, and SHA256 to replace MD5-SHA-1 are unavailable to a TLS 1.0 client as well as many more modern cipher suites.

That's concerning. It's comparable to 2006's Internet Explorer 7.

To list exactly which protocols a HTTP client supports, you can try the version-specific test servers below:

var test_servers = new Dictionary<string, string>();
test_servers["SSL 2"] = "https://www.ssllabs.com:10200";
test_servers["SSL 3"] = "https://www.ssllabs.com:10300";
test_servers["TLS 1.0"] = "https://www.ssllabs.com:10301";
test_servers["TLS 1.1"] = "https://www.ssllabs.com:10302";
test_servers["TLS 1.2"] = "https://www.ssllabs.com:10303";

var supported = new Func<string, bool>(url =>
{
    try { return new HttpClient().GetAsync(url).Result.IsSuccessStatusCode; }
    catch { return false; }
});

var supported_protocols = test_servers.Where(server => supported(server.Value));
Console.WriteLine(string.Join(", ", supported_protocols.Select(x => x.Key)));

I'm using .NET Framework 4.6.2. I found HttpClient supports only SSL 3 and TLS 1.0. That's concerning. This is comparable to 2006's Internet Explorer 7.


Update: It turns HttpClient does support TLS 1.1 and 1.2, but you have to turn them on manually at System.Net.ServicePointManager.SecurityProtocol. See https://stackoverflow.com/a/26392698/284795

I don't know why it uses bad protocols out-the-box. That seems a poor setup choice, tantamount to a major security bug (I bet plenty of applications don't change the default). How can we report it?

VBA Runtime Error 1004 "Application-defined or Object-defined error" when Selecting Range

Perhaps your code is behind Sheet1, so when you change the focus to Sheet2 the objects cannot be found? If that's the case, simply specifying your target worksheet might help:

Sheets("Sheet1").Range("C21").Select

I'm not very familiar with how Select works because I try to avoid it as much as possible :-). You can define and manipulate ranges without selecting them. Also it's a good idea to be explicit about everything you reference. That way, you don't lose track if you go from one sheet or workbook to another. Try this:

Option Explicit

Sub CopySheet1_to_PasteSheet2()

    Dim CLastFundRow As Integer
    Dim CFirstBlankRow As Integer
    Dim wksSource As Worksheet, wksDest As Worksheet
    Dim rngStart As Range, rngSource As Range, rngDest As Range

    Set wksSource = ActiveWorkbook.Sheets("Sheet1")
    Set wksDest = ActiveWorkbook.Sheets("Sheet2")

    'Finds last row of content
    CLastFundRow = wksSource.Range("C21").End(xlDown).Row
    'Finds first row without content
    CFirstBlankRow = CLastFundRow + 1

    'Copy Data
    Set rngSource = wksSource.Range("A2:C" & CLastFundRow)

    'Paste Data Values
    Set rngDest = wksDest.Range("A21")
    rngSource.Copy
    rngDest.PasteSpecial Paste:=xlPasteValues, Operation:=xlNone, SkipBlanks:=False, Transpose:=False
    'Bring back to top of sheet for consistancy
    wksDest.Range("A1").Select

End Sub

Eclipse IDE: How to zoom in on text?

There is a project from a guy called 'tarlog' that made a plugin for eclipse at this google code site: http://code.google.com/p/tarlog-plugins/downloads/detail?name=tarlog.eclipse.plugins_1.4.2.jar&can=2&q=

It has some other features for eclipse, amongst which is Ctrl++ and Ctrl+- to change the font size, it's frickin' awesome.

Getting reference to child component in parent component

You may actually go with ViewChild API...

parent.ts

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

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

  func(e) {
    console.log(e)

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

child.ts

export class Child implements OnInit{

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

How can I check if a command exists in a shell script?

Try using type:

type foobar

For example:

$ type ls
ls is aliased to `ls --color=auto'

$ type foobar
-bash: type: foobar: not found

This is preferable to which for a few reasons:

  1. The default which implementations only support the -a option that shows all options, so you have to find an alternative version to support aliases

  2. type will tell you exactly what you are looking at (be it a Bash function or an alias or a proper binary).

  3. type doesn't require a subprocess

  4. type cannot be masked by a binary (for example, on a Linux box, if you create a program called which which appears in path before the real which, things hit the fan. type, on the other hand, is a shell built-in (yes, a subordinate inadvertently did this once).

ALTER DATABASE failed because a lock could not be placed on database

In rare cases (e.g., after a heavy transaction is commited) a running CHECKPOINT system process holding a FILE lock on the database file prevents transition to MULTI_USER mode.

CSS: Center block, but align contents to the left

I've found the easiest way to centre and left-align text inside a container is the following:

HTML:

<div>
  <p>Some interesting text.</p>
</div>

CSS:

P {
  width: 50%; //or whatever looks best
  margin: auto; //top and bottom margin can be added for aesthetic effect
}

Hope this is what you were looking for as it took me quite a bit of searching just to figure out this pretty basic solution.

DataTables warning: Requested unknown parameter '0' from the data source for row '0'

This plagued me for over an hour.

If you're using the dataSrc option and column defs option, make sure they are in the correct locations. I had nested column defs in the ajax settings and lost way too much time figuring that out.

This is good:

good

This is not good:

enter image description here

Subtle difference, but real enough to cause hair loss.

Disable Enable Trigger SQL server for a table

After the ENABLE TRIGGER OR DISABLE TRIGGER in a new line write GO, Example:

DISABLE TRIGGER dbo.tr_name ON dbo.table_name

GO
-- some update statement

ENABLE TRIGGER dbo.tr_name  ON dbo.table_name

GO

ORA-00979 not a group by expression

You must put all columns of the SELECT in the GROUP BY or use functions on them which compress the results to a single value (like MIN, MAX or SUM).

A simple example to understand why this happens: Imagine you have a database like this:

FOO BAR
0   A
0   B

and you run SELECT * FROM table GROUP BY foo. This means the database must return a single row as result with the first column 0 to fulfill the GROUP BY but there are now two values of bar to chose from. Which result would you expect - A or B? Or should the database return more than one row, violating the contract of GROUP BY?

Retrieving an element from array list in Android?

Maybe the following helps you.

arraylistname.get(position);

What is the best alternative IDE to Visual Studio

There are many alternatives, check this list: Alternative IDEs to Visual Studio.NET, mirrored on Web Archive because the original link is down.

jQuery Ajax calls and the Html.AntiForgeryToken()

You can do this also:

$("a.markAsDone").click(function (event) {
    event.preventDefault();

    $.ajax({
        type: "post",
        dataType: "html",
        url: $(this).attr("rel"),
        data: $('<form>@Html.AntiForgeryToken()</form>').serialize(),
        success: function (response) {
        // ....
        }
    });
});

This is using Razor, but if you're using WebForms syntax you can just as well use <%= %> tags

How to check Oracle patches are installed?

Maybe you need "sys." before:

select * from sys.registry$history;

Java: Identifier expected

You can't call methods outside a method. Code like this cannot float around in the class.

You need something like:

public class MyClass {

  UserInput input = new UserInput();

  public void foo() {
      input.name();
  }
}

or inside a constructor:

public class MyClass {

  UserInput input = new UserInput();

  public MyClass() {
      input.name();
  }
}

Export pictures from excel file into jpg using VBA

''' Set Range you want to export to the folder

Workbooks("your workbook name").Sheets("yoursheet name").Select

Dim rgExp As Range: Set rgExp = Range("A1:H31")
''' Copy range as picture onto Clipboard
rgExp.CopyPicture Appearance:=xlScreen, Format:=xlBitmap
''' Create an empty chart with exact size of range copied
With ActiveSheet.ChartObjects.Add(Left:=rgExp.Left, Top:=rgExp.Top, _
Width:=rgExp.Width, Height:=rgExp.Height)
.Name = "ChartVolumeMetricsDevEXPORT"
.Activate
End With
''' Paste into chart area, export to file, delete chart.
ActiveChart.Paste
ActiveSheet.ChartObjects("ChartVolumeMetricsDevEXPORT").Chart.Export "C:\ExportmyChart.jpg"
ActiveSheet.ChartObjects("ChartVolumeMetricsDevEXPORT").Delete

Checking if a field contains a string

Simplest way to accomplish this task

If you want the query to be case-sensitive

db.getCollection("users").find({'username':/Son/})

If you want the query to be case-insensitive

db.getCollection("users").find({'username':/Son/i})

Git: How to find a deleted file in the project commit history?

If you do not know the exact path you may use

git log --all --full-history -- "**/thefile.*"

If you know the path the file was at, you can do this:

git log --all --full-history -- <path-to-file>

This should show a list of commits in all branches which touched that file. Then, you can find the version of the file you want, and display it with...

git show <SHA> -- <path-to-file>

Or restore it into your working copy with:

git checkout <SHA>^ -- <path-to-file>

Note the caret symbol (^), which gets the checkout prior to the one identified, because at the moment of <SHA> commit the file is deleted, we need to look at the previous commit to get the deleted file's contents

Couldn't process file resx due to its being in the Internet or Restricted zone or having the mark of the web on the file

If you downloaded the file from the internet, either separately or inside a .zip file or similar, it may have been "locked" because it is flagged as coming from the internet zone. Many programs will use this as a sign that the content should not be trusted.

The simplest solution is to right-click the file in Windows Explorer, select Properties, and along the bottom of this dialog, you should have an "Unblock" option. Remember to click OK to accept the change.

If you got the file from an archive, it is usually better to unblock the archive first, if the file is flagged as coming from the internet zone, and you unzip it, that flag might propagate to many of the files you just unarchived. If you unblock first, the unarchived files should be fine.

There's also a Powershell command for this, Unblock-File:

> Unblock-File *

Additionally, there are ways to write code that will remove the lock as well.

From the comments by @Defcon1: You can also combine Unblock-File with Get-ChildItem to create a pipeline that unblocks file recursively. Since Unblock-File has no way to find files recursively by itself, you have to use Get-ChildItem to do that part.

> Get-ChildItem -Path '<YOUR-SOLUTION-PATH>' -Recurse | Unblock-File

Navigation drawer: How do I set the selected item at startup?

You can also call:

navigationView.setCheckedItem(id);

This method was introduced in API 23.0.0

Example

<?xml version="1.0" encoding="utf-8"?>
<menu xmlns:android="http://schemas.android.com/apk/res/android"
      xmlns:tools="http://schemas.android.com/tools"
      tools:ignore="UnusedIds">

    <group
        android:id="@+id/group"
        android:checkableBehavior="single">
        <item
            android:id="@+id/menu_nav_home"
            android:icon="@drawable/ic_home_black_24dp"
            android:title="@string/menu_nav_home" />
    </group>
</menu>

Note: android:checkableBehavior="single"

See also this

How do I close a tkinter window?

from tkinter import *

def quit(root):
    root.close()

root = Tk()
root.title("Quit Window")

def quit(root):
    root.close()

button = Button(root, text="Quit", command=quit.pack()

root.mainloop()

Invalid use side-effecting operator Insert within a function

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

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

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

VBA check if object is set

The (un)safe way to do this - if you are ok with not using option explicit - is...

Not TypeName(myObj) = "Empty"

This also handles the case if the object has not been declared. This is useful if you want to just comment out a declaration to switch off some behaviour...

Dim myObj as Object
Not TypeName(myObj) = "Empty"  '/ true, the object exists - TypeName is Object

'Dim myObj as Object
Not TypeName(myObj) = "Empty"  '/ false, the object has not been declared

This works because VBA will auto-instantiate an undeclared variable as an Empty Variant type. It eliminates the need for an auxiliary Boolean to manage the behaviour.