Programs & Examples On #Maple

Programming questions related to the computer algebra system Maple.

How to return history of validation loss in Keras

The following simple code works great for me:

    seqModel =model.fit(x_train, y_train,
          batch_size      = batch_size,
          epochs          = num_epochs,
          validation_data = (x_test, y_test),
          shuffle         = True,
          verbose=0, callbacks=[TQDMNotebookCallback()]) #for visualization

Make sure you assign the fit function to an output variable. Then you can access that variable very easily

# visualizing losses and accuracy
train_loss = seqModel.history['loss']
val_loss   = seqModel.history['val_loss']
train_acc  = seqModel.history['acc']
val_acc    = seqModel.history['val_acc']
xc         = range(num_epochs)

plt.figure()
plt.plot(xc, train_loss)
plt.plot(xc, val_loss)

Hope this helps. source: https://keras.io/getting-started/faq/#how-can-i-record-the-training-validation-loss-accuracy-at-each-epoch

How do I extract data from JSON with PHP?

Intro

First off you have a string. JSON is not an array, an object, or a data structure. JSON is a text-based serialization format - so a fancy string, but still just a string. Decode it in PHP by using json_decode().

 $data = json_decode($json);

Therein you might find:

These are the things that can be encoded in JSON. Or more accurately, these are PHP's versions of the things that can be encoded in JSON.

There's nothing special about them. They are not "JSON objects" or "JSON arrays." You've decoded the JSON - you now have basic everyday PHP types.

Objects will be instances of stdClass, a built-in class which is just a generic thing that's not important here.


Accessing object properties

You access the properties of one of these objects the same way you would for the public non-static properties of any other object, e.g. $object->property.

$json = '
{
    "type": "donut",
    "name": "Cake"
}';

$yummy = json_decode($json);

echo $yummy->type; //donut

Accessing array elements

You access the elements of one of these arrays the same way you would for any other array, e.g. $array[0].

$json = '
[
    "Glazed",
    "Chocolate with Sprinkles",
    "Maple"
]';

$toppings = json_decode($json);

echo $toppings[1]; //Chocolate with Sprinkles

Iterate over it with foreach.

foreach ($toppings as $topping) {
    echo $topping, "\n";
}

Glazed
Chocolate with Sprinkles
Maple

Or mess about with any of the bazillion built-in array functions.


Accessing nested items

The properties of objects and the elements of arrays might be more objects and/or arrays - you can simply continue to access their properties and members as usual, e.g. $object->array[0]->etc.

$json = '
{
    "type": "donut",
    "name": "Cake",
    "toppings": [
        { "id": "5002", "type": "Glazed" },
        { "id": "5006", "type": "Chocolate with Sprinkles" },
        { "id": "5004", "type": "Maple" }
    ]
}';

$yummy = json_decode($json);

echo $yummy->toppings[2]->id; //5004

Passing true as the second argument to json_decode()

When you do this, instead of objects you'll get associative arrays - arrays with strings for keys. Again you access the elements thereof as usual, e.g. $array['key'].

$json = '
{
    "type": "donut",
    "name": "Cake",
    "toppings": [
        { "id": "5002", "type": "Glazed" },
        { "id": "5006", "type": "Chocolate with Sprinkles" },
        { "id": "5004", "type": "Maple" }
    ]
}';

$yummy = json_decode($json, true);

echo $yummy['toppings'][2]['type']; //Maple

Accessing associative array items

When decoding a JSON object to an associative PHP array, you can iterate both keys and values using the foreach (array_expression as $key => $value) syntax, eg

$json = '
{
    "foo": "foo value",
    "bar": "bar value",
    "baz": "baz value"
}';

$assoc = json_decode($json, true);
foreach ($assoc as $key => $value) {
    echo "The value of key '$key' is '$value'", PHP_EOL;
}

Prints

The value of key 'foo' is 'foo value'
The value of key 'bar' is 'bar value'
The value of key 'baz' is 'baz value'


Don't know how the data is structured

Read the documentation for whatever it is you're getting the JSON from.

Look at the JSON - where you see curly brackets {} expect an object, where you see square brackets [] expect an array.

Hit the decoded data with a print_r():

$json = '
{
    "type": "donut",
    "name": "Cake",
    "toppings": [
        { "id": "5002", "type": "Glazed" },
        { "id": "5006", "type": "Chocolate with Sprinkles" },
        { "id": "5004", "type": "Maple" }
    ]
}';

$yummy = json_decode($json);

print_r($yummy);

and check the output:

stdClass Object
(
    [type] => donut
    [name] => Cake
    [toppings] => Array
        (
            [0] => stdClass Object
                (
                    [id] => 5002
                    [type] => Glazed
                )

            [1] => stdClass Object
                (
                    [id] => 5006
                    [type] => Chocolate with Sprinkles
                )

            [2] => stdClass Object
                (
                    [id] => 5004
                    [type] => Maple
                )

        )

)

It'll tell you where you have objects, where you have arrays, along with the names and values of their members.

If you can only get so far into it before you get lost - go that far and hit that with print_r():

print_r($yummy->toppings[0]);
stdClass Object
(
    [id] => 5002
    [type] => Glazed
)

Take a look at it in this handy interactive JSON explorer.

Break the problem down into pieces that are easier to wrap your head around.


json_decode() returns null

This happens because either:

  1. The JSON consists entirely of just that, null.
  2. The JSON is invalid - check the result of json_last_error_msg or put it through something like JSONLint.
  3. It contains elements nested more than 512 levels deep. This default max depth can be overridden by passing an integer as the third argument to json_decode().

If you need to change the max depth you're probably solving the wrong problem. Find out why you're getting such deeply nested data (e.g. the service you're querying that's generating the JSON has a bug) and get that to not happen.


Object property name contains a special character

Sometimes you'll have an object property name that contains something like a hyphen - or at sign @ which can't be used in a literal identifier. Instead you can use a string literal within curly braces to address it.

$json = '{"@attributes":{"answer":42}}';
$thing = json_decode($json);

echo $thing->{'@attributes'}->answer; //42

If you have an integer as property see: How to access object properties with names like integers? as reference.


Someone put JSON in your JSON

It's ridiculous but it happens - there's JSON encoded as a string within your JSON. Decode, access the string as usual, decode that, and eventually get to what you need.

$json = '
{
    "type": "donut",
    "name": "Cake",
    "toppings": "[{ \"type\": \"Glazed\" }, { \"type\": \"Maple\" }]"
}';

$yummy = json_decode($json);
$toppings = json_decode($yummy->toppings);

echo $toppings[0]->type; //Glazed

Data doesn't fit in memory

If your JSON is too large for json_decode() to handle at once things start to get tricky. See:


How to sort it

See: Reference: all basic ways to sort arrays and data in PHP.

How to convert an XML file to nice pandas dataframe?

Here is another way of converting a xml to pandas data frame. For example i have parsing xml from a string but this logic holds good from reading file as well.

import pandas as pd
import xml.etree.ElementTree as ET

xml_str = '<?xml version="1.0" encoding="utf-8"?>\n<response>\n <head>\n  <code>\n   200\n  </code>\n </head>\n <body>\n  <data id="0" name="All Categories" t="2018052600" tg="1" type="category"/>\n  <data id="13" name="RealEstate.com.au [H]" t="2018052600" tg="1" type="publication"/>\n </body>\n</response>'

etree = ET.fromstring(xml_str)
dfcols = ['id', 'name']
df = pd.DataFrame(columns=dfcols)

for i in etree.iter(tag='data'):
    df = df.append(
        pd.Series([i.get('id'), i.get('name')], index=dfcols),
        ignore_index=True)

df.head()

How do I set proxy for chrome in python webdriver?

Its working for me...

from selenium import webdriver

PROXY = "23.23.23.23:3128" # IP:PORT or HOST:PORT

chrome_options = webdriver.ChromeOptions()
chrome_options.add_argument('--proxy-server=http://%s' % PROXY)

chrome = webdriver.Chrome(chrome_options=chrome_options)
chrome.get("http://whatismyipaddress.com")

Add ... if string is too long PHP

You can use str_split() for this

$str = "Hello, this is the first example, where I am going to have a string that is over 50 characters and is super long, I don't know how long maybe around 1000 characters. Anyway this should be over 50 characters know...";
$split = str_split($str, 50);
$final = $split[0] . "...";
echo $final;

Convert Numeric value to Varchar

First convert the numeric value then add the 'S':

 select convert(varchar(10),StandardCost) +'S'
 from DimProduct where ProductKey = 212

use jQuery's find() on JSON object

The pure javascript solution is better, but a jQuery way would be to use the jQuery grep and/or map methods. Probably not much better than using $.each

jQuery.grep(TestObj, function(obj) {
    return obj.id === "A";
});

or

jQuery.map(TestObj, function(obj) {
    if(obj.id === "A")
         return obj; // or return obj.name, whatever.
});

Returns an array of the matching objects, or of the looked-up values in the case of map. Might be able to do what you want simply using those.

But in this example you'd have to do some recursion, because the data isn't a flat array, and we're accepting arbitrary structures, keys, and values, just like the pure javascript solutions do.

function getObjects(obj, key, val) {
    var retv = [];

    if(jQuery.isPlainObject(obj))
    {
        if(obj[key] === val) // may want to add obj.hasOwnProperty(key) here.
            retv.push(obj);

        var objects = jQuery.grep(obj, function(elem) {
            return (jQuery.isArray(elem) || jQuery.isPlainObject(elem));
        });

        retv.concat(jQuery.map(objects, function(elem){
            return getObjects(elem, key, val);
        }));
    }

    return retv;
}

Essentially the same as Box9's answer, but using the jQuery utility functions where useful.

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How to remove symbols from a string with Python?

One way, using regular expressions:

>>> s = "how much for the maple syrup? $20.99? That's ridiculous!!!"
>>> re.sub(r'[^\w]', ' ', s)
'how much for the maple syrup   20 99  That s ridiculous   '
  • \w will match alphanumeric characters and underscores

  • [^\w] will match anything that's not alphanumeric or underscore

Remove HTML Tags from an NSString on the iPhone

This NSString category uses the NSXMLParser to accurately remove any HTML tags from an NSString. This is a single .m and .h file that can be included into your project easily.

https://gist.github.com/leighmcculloch/1202238

You then strip html by doing the following:

Import the header:

#import "NSString_stripHtml.h"

And then call stripHtml:

NSString* mystring = @"<b>Hello</b> World!!";
NSString* stripped = [mystring stripHtml];
// stripped will be = Hello World!!

This also works with malformed HTML that technically isn't XML.

python paramiko ssh

There is extensive paramiko API documentation you can find at: http://docs.paramiko.org/en/stable/index.html

I use the following method to execute commands on a password protected client:

import paramiko

nbytes = 4096
hostname = 'hostname'
port = 22
username = 'username' 
password = 'password'
command = 'ls'

client = paramiko.Transport((hostname, port))
client.connect(username=username, password=password)

stdout_data = []
stderr_data = []
session = client.open_channel(kind='session')
session.exec_command(command)
while True:
    if session.recv_ready():
        stdout_data.append(session.recv(nbytes))
    if session.recv_stderr_ready():
        stderr_data.append(session.recv_stderr(nbytes))
    if session.exit_status_ready():
        break

print 'exit status: ', session.recv_exit_status()
print ''.join(stdout_data)
print ''.join(stderr_data)

session.close()
client.close()

Rename MySQL database

For impatient mysql users (like me), the solution is:

/etc/init.d/mysql stop
mv /var/lib/mysql/old_database /var/lib/mysql/new_database 
/etc/init.d/mysql start

stdcall and cdecl

a) When a cdecl function is called by the caller, how does a caller know if it should free up the stack?

The cdecl modifier is part of the function prototype (or function pointer type etc.) so the caller get the info from there and acts accordingly.

b) If a function which is declared as stdcall calls a function(which has a calling convention as cdecl), or the other way round, would this be inappropriate?

No, it's fine.

c) In general, can we say that which call will be faster - cdecl or stdcall?

In general, I would refrain from any such statements. The distinction matters eg. when you want to use va_arg functions. In theory, it could be that stdcall is faster and generates smaller code because it allows to combine popping the arguments with popping the locals, but OTOH with cdecl, you can do the same thing, too, if you're clever.

The calling conventions that aim to be faster usually do some register-passing.

cannot redeclare block scoped variable (typescript)

Use IIFE(Immediately Invoked Function Expression), IIFE

(function () {
    all your code is here...

 })();

How do I delete from multiple tables using INNER JOIN in SQL server

You can use JOIN syntax in FROM clause in DELETE in SQL Server but you still delete from first table only and it's proprietary Transact-SQL extension which is alternative to sub-query.

From example here:

 -- Transact-SQL extension
 DELETE 
   FROM Sales.SalesPersonQuotaHistory 
     FROM Sales.SalesPersonQuotaHistory AS spqh INNER JOIN 
          Sales.SalesPerson AS sp ON spqh.BusinessEntityID = sp.BusinessEntityID
    WHERE sp.SalesYTD > 2500000.00;

How to call Base Class's __init__ method from the child class?

You could use super(ChildClass, self).__init__()

class BaseClass(object):
    def __init__(self, *args, **kwargs):
        pass

class ChildClass(BaseClass):
    def __init__(self, *args, **kwargs):
        super(ChildClass, self).__init__(*args, **kwargs)

Your indentation is incorrect, here's the modified code:

class Car(object):
    condition = "new"

    def __init__(self, model, color, mpg):
        self.model = model
        self.color = color
        self.mpg   = mpg

class ElectricCar(Car):
    def __init__(self, battery_type, model, color, mpg):
        self.battery_type=battery_type
        super(ElectricCar, self).__init__(model, color, mpg)

car = ElectricCar('battery', 'ford', 'golden', 10)
print car.__dict__

Here's the output:

{'color': 'golden', 'mpg': 10, 'model': 'ford', 'battery_type': 'battery'}

How to disassemble a memory range with GDB?

Do you only want to disassemble your actual main? If so try this:

(gdb) info line main 
(gdb) disas STARTADDRESS ENDADDRESS

Like so:

USER@MACHINE /cygdrive/c/prog/dsa
$ gcc-3.exe -g main.c

USER@MACHINE /cygdrive/c/prog/dsa
$ gdb a.exe
GNU gdb 6.8.0.20080328-cvs (cygwin-special)
...
(gdb) info line main
Line 3 of "main.c" starts at address 0x401050 <main> and ends at 0x401075 <main+
(gdb) disas 0x401050 0x401075
Dump of assembler code from 0x401050 to 0x401075:
0x00401050 <main+0>:    push   %ebp
0x00401051 <main+1>:    mov    %esp,%ebp
0x00401053 <main+3>:    sub    $0x18,%esp
0x00401056 <main+6>:    and    $0xfffffff0,%esp
0x00401059 <main+9>:    mov    $0x0,%eax
0x0040105e <main+14>:   add    $0xf,%eax
0x00401061 <main+17>:   add    $0xf,%eax
0x00401064 <main+20>:   shr    $0x4,%eax
0x00401067 <main+23>:   shl    $0x4,%eax
0x0040106a <main+26>:   mov    %eax,-0xc(%ebp)
0x0040106d <main+29>:   mov    -0xc(%ebp),%eax
0x00401070 <main+32>:   call   0x4010c4 <_alloca>
End of assembler dump.

I don't see your system interrupt call however. (its been a while since I last tried to make a system call in assembly. INT 21h though, last I recall

Android failed to load JS bundle

Delete the App from your phone! I tried several steps, but that did it eventually.

  1. If you tried to run your app before but failed, delete it from your android device.
  2. Run $ react-native run-android
  3. Open the React Rage Shake Menu from within your app on your android device, go to Dev Settings and then to Debug server host & port for device. There enter your server IP (IP of your computer) and host 8081, e.g. 192.168.50.35:8081. On a mac you can find the IP of your computer at System Preferences -> Network -> Advanced... -> TCP/IP -> IPv4 Address.
  4. Open the Rage Shake Menu again and click Reload JS.

Compare integer in bash, unary operator expected

Your problem arises from the fact that $i has a blank value when your statement fails. Always quote your variables when performing comparisons if there is the slightest chance that one of them may be empty, e.g.:

if [ "$i" -ge 2 ] ; then
  ...
fi

This is because of how the shell treats variables. Assume the original example,

if [ $i -ge 2 ] ; then ...

The first thing that the shell does when executing that particular line of code is substitute the value of $i, just like your favorite editor's search & replace function would. So assume that $i is empty or, even more illustrative, assume that $i is a bunch of spaces! The shell will replace $i as follows:

if [     -ge 2 ] ; then ...

Now that variable substitutions are done, the shell proceeds with the comparison and.... fails because it cannot see anything intelligible to the left of -gt. However, quoting $i:

if [ "$i" -ge 2 ] ; then ...

becomes:

if [ "    " -ge 2 ] ; then ...

The shell now sees the double-quotes, and knows that you are actually comparing four blanks to 2 and will skip the if.

You also have the option of specifying a default value for $i if $i is blank, as follows:

if [ "${i:-0}" -ge 2 ] ; then ...

This will substitute the value 0 instead of $i is $i is undefined. I still maintain the quotes because, again, if $i is a bunch of blanks then it does not count as undefined, it will not be replaced with 0, and you will run into the problem once again.

Please read this when you have the time. The shell is treated like a black box by many, but it operates with very few and very simple rules - once you are aware of what those rules are (one of them being how variables work in the shell, as explained above) the shell will have no more secrets for you.

Ubuntu - Run command on start-up with "sudo"

Edit the tty configuration in /etc/init/tty*.conf with a shellscript as a parameter :

(...)
exec /sbin/getty -n -l  theInputScript.sh -8 38400 tty1
(...)

This is assuming that we're editing tty1 and the script that reads input is theInputScript.sh.

A word of warning this script is run as root, so when you are inputing stuff to it you have root priviliges. Also append a path to the location of the script.

Important: the script when it finishes, has to invoke the /sbin/login otherwise you wont be able to login in the terminal.

Add a space (" ") after an element using :after

Explanation

It's worth noting that your code does insert a space

h2::after {
  content: " ";
}

However, it's immediately removed.

From Anonymous inline boxes,

White space content that would subsequently be collapsed away according to the 'white-space' property does not generate any anonymous inline boxes.

And from The 'white-space' processing model,

If a space (U+0020) at the end of a line has 'white-space' set to 'normal', 'nowrap', or 'pre-line', it is also removed.

Solution

So if you don't want the space to be removed, set white-space to pre or pre-wrap.

_x000D_
_x000D_
h2 {_x000D_
  text-decoration: underline;_x000D_
}_x000D_
h2.space::after {_x000D_
  content: " ";_x000D_
  white-space: pre;_x000D_
}
_x000D_
<h2>I don't have space:</h2>_x000D_
<h2 class="space">I have space:</h2>
_x000D_
_x000D_
_x000D_

Do not use non-breaking spaces (U+00a0). They are supposed to prevent line breaks between words. They are not supposed to be used as non-collapsible space, that wouldn't be semantic.

How to use Simple Ajax Beginform in Asp.net MVC 4?

Besides the previous post instructions, I had to install the package Microsoft.jQuery.Unobtrusive.Ajax and add to the view the following line

<script src="@Url.Content("~/Scripts/jquery.unobtrusive-ajax.js")" type="text/javascript"></script>

Replace last occurrence of character in string

_x000D_
_x000D_
    // Define variables_x000D_
    let haystack = 'I do not want to replace this, but this'_x000D_
    let needle = 'this'_x000D_
    let replacement = 'hey it works :)'_x000D_
    _x000D_
    // Reverse it_x000D_
    haystack = Array.from(haystack).reverse().join('')_x000D_
    needle = Array.from(needle).reverse().join('')_x000D_
    replacement = Array.from(replacement).reverse().join('')_x000D_
    _x000D_
    // Make the replacement_x000D_
    haystack = haystack.replace(needle, replacement)_x000D_
    _x000D_
    // Reverse it back_x000D_
    let results = Array.from(haystack).reverse().join('')_x000D_
    console.log(results)_x000D_
    // 'I do not want to replace this, but hey it works :)'
_x000D_
_x000D_
_x000D_

Getting json body in aws Lambda via API gateway

I am using lambda with Zappa; I am sending data with POST in json format:

My code for basic_lambda_pure.py is:

import time
import requests
import json
def my_handler(event, context):
    print("Received event: " + json.dumps(event, indent=2))
    print("Log stream name:", context.log_stream_name)
    print("Log group name:",  context.log_group_name)
    print("Request ID:", context.aws_request_id)
    print("Mem. limits(MB):", context.memory_limit_in_mb)
    # Code will execute quickly, so we add a 1 second intentional delay so you can see that in time remaining value.
    print("Time remaining (MS):", context.get_remaining_time_in_millis())

    if event["httpMethod"] == "GET":
        hub_mode = event["queryStringParameters"]["hub.mode"]
        hub_challenge = event["queryStringParameters"]["hub.challenge"]
        hub_verify_token = event["queryStringParameters"]["hub.verify_token"]
        return {'statusCode': '200', 'body': hub_challenge, 'headers': 'Content-Type': 'application/json'}}

    if event["httpMethod"] == "post":
        token = "xxxx"
    params = {
        "access_token": token
    }
    headers = {
        "Content-Type": "application/json"
    }
        _data = {"recipient": {"id": 1459299024159359}}
        _data.update({"message": {"text": "text"}})
        data = json.dumps(_data)
        r = requests.post("https://graph.facebook.com/v2.9/me/messages",params=params, headers=headers, data=data, timeout=2)
        return {'statusCode': '200', 'body': "ok", 'headers': {'Content-Type': 'application/json'}}

I got the next json response:

{
"resource": "/",
"path": "/",
"httpMethod": "POST",
"headers": {
"Accept": "*/*",
"Accept-Encoding": "deflate, gzip",
"CloudFront-Forwarded-Proto": "https",
"CloudFront-Is-Desktop-Viewer": "true",
"CloudFront-Is-Mobile-Viewer": "false",
"CloudFront-Is-SmartTV-Viewer": "false",
"CloudFront-Is-Tablet-Viewer": "false",
"CloudFront-Viewer-Country": "US",
"Content-Type": "application/json",
"Host": "ox53v9d8ug.execute-api.us-east-1.amazonaws.com",
"Via": "1.1 f1836a6a7245cc3f6e190d259a0d9273.cloudfront.net (CloudFront)",
"X-Amz-Cf-Id": "LVcBZU-YqklHty7Ii3NRFOqVXJJEr7xXQdxAtFP46tMewFpJsQlD2Q==",
"X-Amzn-Trace-Id": "Root=1-59ec25c6-1018575e4483a16666d6f5c5",
"X-Forwarded-For": "69.171.225.87, 52.46.17.84",
"X-Forwarded-Port": "443",
"X-Forwarded-Proto": "https",
"X-Hub-Signature": "sha1=10504e2878e56ea6776dfbeae807de263772e9f2"
},
"queryStringParameters": null,
"pathParameters": null,
"stageVariables": null,
"requestContext": {
"path": "/dev",
"accountId": "001513791584",
"resourceId": "i6d2tyihx7",
"stage": "dev",
"requestId": "d58c5804-b6e5-11e7-8761-a9efcf8a8121",
"identity": {
"cognitoIdentityPoolId": null,
"accountId": null,
"cognitoIdentityId": null,
"caller": null,
"apiKey": "",
"sourceIp": "69.171.225.87",
"accessKey": null,
"cognitoAuthenticationType": null,
"cognitoAuthenticationProvider": null,
"userArn": null,
"userAgent": null,
"user": null
},
"resourcePath": "/",
"httpMethod": "POST",
"apiId": "ox53v9d8ug"
},
"body": "eyJvYmplY3QiOiJwYWdlIiwiZW50cnkiOlt7ImlkIjoiMTA3OTk2NDk2NTUxMDM1IiwidGltZSI6MTUwODY0ODM5MDE5NCwibWVzc2FnaW5nIjpbeyJzZW5kZXIiOnsiaWQiOiIxNDAzMDY4MDI5ODExODY1In0sInJlY2lwaWVudCI6eyJpZCI6IjEwNzk5NjQ5NjU1MTAzNSJ9LCJ0aW1lc3RhbXAiOjE1MDg2NDgzODk1NTUsIm1lc3NhZ2UiOnsibWlkIjoibWlkLiRjQUFBNHo5RmFDckJsYzdqVHMxZlFuT1daNXFaQyIsInNlcSI6MTY0MDAsInRleHQiOiJob2xhIn19XX1dfQ==",
"isBase64Encoded": true
}

my data was on body key, but is code64 encoded, How can I know this? I saw the key isBase64Encoded

I copy the value for body key and decode with This tool and "eureka", I get the values.

I hope this help you. :)

How do I delete multiple rows in Entity Framework (without foreach)

context.Widgets.RemoveRange(context.Widgets.Where(w => w.WidgetId == widgetId).ToList()); db.SaveChanges();

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

You can set location.href to a data URI containing the data you want to let the user download. Besides this, I don't think there's any way to do it with just JavaScript.

How to initialize all the elements of an array to any specific value in java

Using Java 8, you can simply use ncopies of Collections class:

Object[] arrays = Collections.nCopies(size, object).stream().toArray();

In your case it will be:

Integer[] arrays = Collections.nCopies(10, Integer.valueOf(1)).stream().toArray(Integer[]::new);
.

Here is a detailed answer of a similar case of yours.

how to change a selections options based on another select option selected?

as a complementary answer to @Navid_pdp11, which will enable to select the first visible item and work on document load as well. put the following below your body tag

<script>
$('#mainCat').on('change', function() {
    let selected = $(this).val();
    $("#expertCat option").each(function(){
        let element =  $(this) ;
        if (element.data("tag") != selected){
            element.removeClass('visible');
            element.addClass('hidden');
            element.hide() ;
        }else{
            element.removeClass('hidden');
            element.addClass('visible');
            element.show();
        }
    });
    let expertCat = $('#expertCat');
    expertCat.prop('selectedIndex',expertCat.find("option.visible:eq(0)").index());
}).triggerHandler('change');
</script>

Oracle SQL Where clause to find date records older than 30 days

Use:

SELECT *
  FROM YOUR_TABLE
 WHERE creation_date <= TRUNC(SYSDATE) - 30

SYSDATE returns the date & time; TRUNC resets the date to being as of midnight so you can omit it if you want the creation_date that is 30 days previous including the current time.

Depending on your needs, you could also look at using ADD_MONTHS:

SELECT *
  FROM YOUR_TABLE
 WHERE creation_date <= ADD_MONTHS(TRUNC(SYSDATE), -1)

clear cache of browser by command line

Here is how to clear all trash & caches (without other private data in browsers) by a command line. This is a command line batch script that takes care of all trash (as of April 2014):

erase "%TEMP%\*.*" /f /s /q
for /D %%i in ("%TEMP%\*") do RD /S /Q "%%i"

erase "%TMP%\*.*" /f /s /q
for /D %%i in ("%TMP%\*") do RD /S /Q "%%i"

erase "%ALLUSERSPROFILE%\TEMP\*.*" /f /s /q
for /D %%i in ("%ALLUSERSPROFILE%\TEMP\*") do RD /S /Q "%%i"

erase "%SystemRoot%\TEMP\*.*" /f /s /q
for /D %%i in ("%SystemRoot%\TEMP\*") do RD /S /Q "%%i"


@rem Clear IE cache -  (Deletes Temporary Internet Files Only)
RunDll32.exe InetCpl.cpl,ClearMyTracksByProcess 8
erase "%LOCALAPPDATA%\Microsoft\Windows\Tempor~1\*.*" /f /s /q
for /D %%i in ("%LOCALAPPDATA%\Microsoft\Windows\Tempor~1\*") do RD /S /Q "%%i"

@rem Clear Google Chrome cache
erase "%LOCALAPPDATA%\Google\Chrome\User Data\*.*" /f /s /q
for /D %%i in ("%LOCALAPPDATA%\Google\Chrome\User Data\*") do RD /S /Q "%%i"


@rem Clear Firefox cache
erase "%LOCALAPPDATA%\Mozilla\Firefox\Profiles\*.*" /f /s /q
for /D %%i in ("%LOCALAPPDATA%\Mozilla\Firefox\Profiles\*") do RD /S /Q "%%i"

pause

I am pretty sure it will run for some time when you first run it :) Enjoy!

How can I debug my JavaScript code?

I found the new version of Internet Explorer 8 (press F12) is very good to debug JavaScript code.

Of course, Firebug is good if you use Firefox.

What is the Python equivalent for a case/switch statement?

While the official docs are happy not to provide switch, I have seen a solution using dictionaries.

For example:

# define the function blocks
def zero():
    print "You typed zero.\n"

def sqr():
    print "n is a perfect square\n"

def even():
    print "n is an even number\n"

def prime():
    print "n is a prime number\n"

# map the inputs to the function blocks
options = {0 : zero,
           1 : sqr,
           4 : sqr,
           9 : sqr,
           2 : even,
           3 : prime,
           5 : prime,
           7 : prime,
}

Then the equivalent switch block is invoked:

options[num]()

This begins to fall apart if you heavily depend on fall through.

C++ trying to swap values in a vector

after passing the vector by reference

swap(vector[position],vector[otherPosition]);

will produce the expected result.

How to solve npm install throwing fsevents warning on non-MAC OS?

Instead of using --no-optional every single time, we can just add it to npm or yarn config.

For Yarn, there is a default no-optional config, so we can just edit that:

yarn config set ignore-optional true

For npm, there is no default config set, so we can create one:

npm config set ignore-optional true

How do I avoid the "#DIV/0!" error in Google docs spreadsheet?

Wrap your formula with IFERROR.

=IFERROR(yourformula)

How to initialize an array in angular2 and typescript

I don't fully understand what you really mean by initializing an array?

Here's an example:

class Environment {

    // you can declare private, public and protected variables in constructor signature 
    constructor(
        private id: string,
        private name: string
    ) { 
        alert( this.id );
    }
}


let environments = new Environment('a','b');

// creating and initializing array of Environment objects
let envArr: Array<Environment> = [ 
        new Environment('c','v'), 
        new Environment('c','v'), 
        new Environment('g','g'), 
        new Environment('3','e') 
  ];

Try it here : https://www.typescriptlang.org/play/index.html

C# code to validate email address

Here's my answer -- Phil's solution fails for single letter domains like "[email protected]". Believe it or not, that's used =) (goes to centurylink, for instance).

Phil's answer is also going to work only with PCRE standard... so C# will take it, but javascript is going to bomb. It's too complex for javascript. So you can't use Phil's solution for mvc validation attributes.

Here's my regex. It'll work nicely with MVC validation attributes.
- Everything before the @ is simplified, so that at least javascript will work. I'm okay relaxing validation here as long as exchange server doesn't give me a 5.1.3. - Everything after the @ is Phil's solution modified for single letter domains.

public const string EmailPattern =
        @"^\s*[\w\-\+_']+(\.[\w\-\+_']+)*\@[A-Za-z0-9]([\w\.-]*[A-Za-z0-9])?\.[A-Za-z][A-Za-z\.]*[A-Za-z]$";

For people suggesting using system.net.mail MailMessage(), that thing is WAY to flexible. Sure, C# will accept the email, but then exchange server will bomb with 5.1.3 runtime error as soon as you try to send the email.

How to reset selected file with input tag file type in Angular 2?

I am using a a very simple aproach. After a file has been uploaded, i shortly remove the input control, using *ngIf. That will cause the input field being removed from the dom and re-added, consequencely it is a new control, and therefore it is emply:

_x000D_
_x000D_
showUploader: boolean = true;

async upload($event) {
  await dosomethingwiththefile();
  this.showUploader = false;
  setTimeout(() =>{ this.showUploader = true }, 100);
}
_x000D_
<input type="file" (change)="upload($event)" *ngIf="showUploader">
_x000D_
_x000D_
_x000D_

Clicking a button within a form causes page refresh

I use directive to prevent default behaviour:

module.directive('preventDefault', function() {
    return function(scope, element, attrs) {
        angular.element(element).bind('click', function(event) {
            event.preventDefault();
            event.stopPropagation();
        });
    }
});

And then, in html:

<button class="secondaryButton" prevent-default>Secondary action</button>

This directive can also be used with <a> and all other tags

PHP Fatal error: Using $this when not in object context

$foobar = new foobar; put the class foobar in $foobar, not the object. To get the object, you need to add parenthesis: $foobar = new foobar();

Your error is simply that you call a method on a class, so there is no $this since $this only exists in objects.

How do I use the conditional operator (? :) in Ruby?

@pst gave a great answer, but I'd like to mention that in Ruby the ternary operator is written on one line to be syntactically correct, unlike Perl and C where we can write it on multiple lines:

(true) ? 1 : 0

Normally Ruby will raise an error if you attempt to split it across multiple lines, but you can use the \ line-continuation symbol at the end of a line and Ruby will be happy:

(true)   \
  ? 1    \
  : 0

This is a simple example, but it can be very useful when dealing with longer lines as it keeps the code nicely laid out.

It's also possible to use the ternary without the line-continuation characters by putting the operators last on the line, but I don't like or recommend it:

(true) ?
  1 :
  0

I think that leads to really hard to read code as the conditional test and/or results get longer.

I've read comments saying not to use the ternary operator because it's confusing, but that is a bad reason to not use something. By the same logic we shouldn't use regular expressions, range operators ('..' and the seemingly unknown "flip-flop" variation). They're powerful when used correctly, so we should learn to use them correctly.


Why have you put brackets around true?

Consider the OP's example:

<% question = question.size > 20 ? question.question.slice(0, 20)+"..." : question.question %>

Wrapping the conditional test helps make it more readable because it visually separates the test:

<% question = (question.size > 20) ? question.question.slice(0, 20)+"..." : question.question %>

Of course, the whole example could be made a lot more readable by using some judicious additions of whitespace. This is untested but you'll get the idea:

<% question = (question.size > 20) ? question.question.slice(0, 20) + "..." \
                                   : question.question 
%>

Or, more written more idiomatically:

<% question = if (question.size > 20)
                question.question.slice(0, 20) + "..."
              else 
                question.question 
              end
%>

It'd be easy to argument that readability suffers badly from question.question too.

Pagination on a list using ng-repeat

Check out this directive: https://github.com/samu/angular-table

It automates sorting and pagination a lot and gives you enough freedom to customize your table/list however you want.

Text in HTML Field to disappear when clicked?

What you want to do is use the HTML5 attribute placeholder which lets you set a default value for your input box:

<input type="text" name="inputBox" placeholder="enter your text here">

This should achieve what you're looking for. However, be careful because the placeholder attribute is not supported in Internet Explorer 9 and earlier versions.

How to debug Ruby scripts

As banister recommended: use pry! I can only agree on this.

pry is a much better repl than irb.

You need to add

require 'pry'

to your source file and then insert a breakpoint in your source code by adding

binding.pry

at the place where you want to have a look at the things (this is like triggering a breakpoint in a classic IDE environment)

Once your program hits the

binding.pry

line, you'll be thrown right into the pry repl, with all the context of your program right at hand, so that you can simply explore everything around, investigate all objects, change state, and even change code on the fly.

I believe you can not change the code of the method that you are currently in, so you can sadly not change the next line to be executed. But good ruby code tends to be single line anyway ;-)

Can we convert a byte array into an InputStream in Java?

Use ByteArrayInputStream:

InputStream is = new ByteArrayInputStream(decodedBytes);

Use space as a delimiter with cut command

You can't do it easily with cut if the data has for example multiple spaces. I have found it useful to normalize input for easier processing. One trick is to use sed for normalization as below.

echo -e "foor\t \t bar" | sed 's:\s\+:\t:g' | cut -f2  #bar

Can I do Model->where('id', ARRAY) multiple where conditions?

There's whereIn():

$items = DB::table('items')->whereIn('id', [1, 2, 3])->get();

shell script to remove a file if it already exist

A one liner shell script to remove a file if it already exist (based on Jindra Helcl's answer):

[ -f file ] && rm file

or with a variable:

#!/bin/bash

file="/path/to/file.ext"
[ -f $file ] && rm $file

Python subprocess.Popen "OSError: [Errno 12] Cannot allocate memory"

Have you tried using:

(status,output) = commands.getstatusoutput("ps aux")

I thought this had fixed the exact same problem for me. But then my process ended up getting killed instead of failing to spawn, which is even worse..

After some testing I found that this only occurred on older versions of python: it happens with 2.6.5 but not with 2.7.2

My search had led me here python-close_fds-issue, but unsetting closed_fds had not solved the issue. It is still well worth a read.

I found that python was leaking file descriptors by just keeping an eye on it:

watch "ls /proc/$PYTHONPID/fd | wc -l"

Like you, I do want to capture the command's output, and I do want to avoid OOM errors... but it looks like the only way is for people to use a less buggy version of Python. Not ideal...

How to get the selected index of a RadioGroup in Android

Here is a Kotlin extension to get the correct position even if your group contains a TextView or any non-RadioButton.

fun RadioGroup.getCheckedRadioButtonPosition(): Int {
    val radioButtonId = checkedRadioButtonId
    return children.filter { it is RadioButton }
        .mapIndexed { index: Int, view: View ->
            index to view
        }.firstOrNull {
            it.second.id == radioButtonId
        }?.first ?: -1
}

Angular: How to download a file from HttpClient?

It took me a while to implement the other responses, as I'm using Angular 8 (tested up to 10). I ended up with the following code (heavily inspired by Hasan).

Note that for the name to be set, the header Access-Control-Expose-Headers MUST include Content-Disposition. To set this in django RF:

http_response = HttpResponse(package, content_type='application/javascript')
http_response['Content-Disposition'] = 'attachment; filename="{}"'.format(filename)
http_response['Access-Control-Expose-Headers'] = "Content-Disposition"

In angular:

  // component.ts
  // getFileName not necessary, you can just set this as a string if you wish
  getFileName(response: HttpResponse<Blob>) {
    let filename: string;
    try {
      const contentDisposition: string = response.headers.get('content-disposition');
      const r = /(?:filename=")(.+)(?:")/
      filename = r.exec(contentDisposition)[1];
    }
    catch (e) {
      filename = 'myfile.txt'
    }
    return filename
  }

  
  downloadFile() {
    this._fileService.downloadFile(this.file.uuid)
      .subscribe(
        (response: HttpResponse<Blob>) => {
          let filename: string = this.getFileName(response)
          let binaryData = [];
          binaryData.push(response.body);
          let downloadLink = document.createElement('a');
          downloadLink.href = window.URL.createObjectURL(new Blob(binaryData, { type: 'blob' }));
          downloadLink.setAttribute('download', filename);
          document.body.appendChild(downloadLink);
          downloadLink.click();
        }
      )
  }

  // service.ts
  downloadFile(uuid: string) {
    return this._http.get<Blob>(`${environment.apiUrl}/api/v1/file/${uuid}/package/`, { observe: 'response', responseType: 'blob' as 'json' })
  }

Using scanner.nextLine()

Don't try to scan text with nextLine(); AFTER using nextInt() with the same scanner! It doesn't work well with Java Scanner, and many Java developers opt to just use another Scanner for integers. You can call these scanners scan1 and scan2 if you want.

get string from right hand side

I Had the same problem. This worked for me:

 CASE WHEN length(sp.tele_phone_number) = 10 THEN
                   SUBSTR(sp.tele_phone_number,4)

How to set HTML5 required attribute in Javascript?

Short version

element.setAttribute("required", "");    //turns required on
element.required = true;                 //turns required on through reflected attribute
jQuery(element).attr('required', '');    //turns required on
$("#elementId").attr('required', '');    //turns required on

element.removeAttribute("required");     //turns required off
element.required = false;                //turns required off through reflected attribute
jQuery(element).removeAttr('required');  //turns required off
$("#elementId").removeAttr('required');  //turns required off

if (edName.hasAttribute("required")) { }  //check if required
if (edName.required) { }                 //check if required using reflected attribute

Long Version

Once T.J. Crowder managed to point out reflected properties, i learned that following syntax is wrong:

element.attributes["name"] = value; //bad! Overwrites the HtmlAttribute object
element.attributes.name = value;    //bad! Overwrites the HtmlAttribute object
value = element.attributes.name;    //bad! Returns the HtmlAttribute object, not its value
value = element.attributes["name"]; //bad! Returns the HtmlAttribute object, not its value

You must go through element.getAttribute and element.setAttribute:

element.getAttribute("foo");         //correct
element.setAttribute("foo", "test"); //correct

This is because the attribute actually contains a special HtmlAttribute object:

element.attributes["foo"];           //returns HtmlAttribute object, not the value of the attribute
element.attributes.foo;              //returns HtmlAttribute object, not the value of the attribute

By setting an attribute value to "true", you are mistakenly setting it to a String object, rather than the HtmlAttribute object it requires:

element.attributes["foo"] = "true";  //error because "true" is not a HtmlAttribute object
element.setAttribute("foo", "true"); //error because "true" is not an HtmlAttribute object

Conceptually the correct idea (expressed in a typed language), is:

HtmlAttribute attribute = new HtmlAttribute();
attribute.value = "";
element.attributes["required"] = attribute;

This is why:

  • getAttribute(name)
  • setAttribute(name, value)

exist. They do the work on assigning the value to the HtmlAttribute object inside.

On top of this, some attribute are reflected. This means that you can access them more nicely from Javascript:

//Set the required attribute
//element.setAttribute("required", ""); 
element.required = true;

//Check the attribute
//if (element.getAttribute("required")) {...}
if (element.required) {...}

//Remove the required attribute
//element.removeAttribute("required");
element.required = false;

What you don't want to do is mistakenly use the .attributes collection:

element.attributes.required = true;     //WRONG!
if (element.attributes.required) {...}  //WRONG!
element.attributes.required = false;    //WRONG!

Testing Cases

This led to testing around the use of a required attribute, comparing the values returned through the attribute, and the reflected property

document.getElementById("name").required;
document.getElementById("name").getAttribute("required");

with results:

HTML                         .required        .getAttribute("required")
==========================   ===============  =========================
<input>                      false (Boolean)  null (Object)
<input required>             true  (Boolean)  "" (String)
<input required="">          true  (Boolean)  "" (String)
<input required="required">  true  (Boolean)  "required" (String)
<input required="true">      true  (Boolean)  "true" (String)
<input required="false">     true  (Boolean)  "false" (String)
<input required="0">         true  (Boolean)  "0" (String)

Trying to access the .attributes collection directly is wrong. It returns the object that represents the DOM attribute:

edName.attributes["required"] => [object Attr]
edName.attributes.required    => [object Attr]

This explains why you should never talk to the .attributes collect directly. You're not manipulating the values of the attributes, but the objects that represent the attributes themselves.

How to set required?

What's the correct way to set required on an attribute? You have two choices, either the reflected property, or through correctly setting the attribute:

element.setAttribute("required", "");         //Correct
edName.required = true;                       //Correct

Strictly speaking, any other value will "set" the attribute. But the definition of Boolean attributes dictate that it should only be set to the empty string "" to indicate true. The following methods all work to set the required Boolean attribute,

but do not use them:

element.setAttribute("required", "required"); //valid, but not preferred
element.setAttribute("required", "foo");      //works, but silly
element.setAttribute("required", "true");     //Works, but don't do it, because:
element.setAttribute("required", "false");    //also sets required boolean to true
element.setAttribute("required", false);      //also sets required boolean to true
element.setAttribute("required", 0);          //also sets required boolean to true

We already learned that trying to set the attribute directly is wrong:

edName.attributes["required"] = true;       //wrong
edName.attributes["required"] = "";         //wrong
edName.attributes["required"] = "required"; //wrong
edName.attributes.required = true;          //wrong
edName.attributes.required = "";            //wrong
edName.attributes.required = "required";    //wrong

How to clear required?

The trick when trying to remove the required attribute is that it's easy to accidentally turn it on:

edName.removeAttribute("required");     //Correct
edName.required = false;                //Correct

With the invalid ways:

edName.setAttribute("required", null);    //WRONG! Actually turns required on!
edName.setAttribute("required", "");      //WRONG! Actually turns required on!
edName.setAttribute("required", "false"); //WRONG! Actually turns required on!
edName.setAttribute("required", false);   //WRONG! Actually turns required on!
edName.setAttribute("required", 0);       //WRONG! Actually turns required on!

When using the reflected .required property, you can also use any "falsey" values to turn it off, and truthy values to turn it on. But just stick to true and false for clarity.

How to check for required?

Check for the presence of the attribute through the .hasAttribute("required") method:

if (edName.hasAttribute("required"))
{
}

You can also check it through the Boolean reflected .required property:

if (edName.required)
{
}

How do I iterate over an NSArray?

Add each method in your NSArray category, you gonna need it a lot

Code taken from ObjectiveSugar

- (void)each:(void (^)(id object))block {
    [self enumerateObjectsUsingBlock:^(id obj, NSUInteger idx, BOOL *stop) {
        block(obj);
    }];
}

How to get main div container to align to centre?

I would omit the * { text-align:center } declaration, as it sets center alignment for all elements.

Usually with a fixed width container margin: 0 auto should be enough

Combining two lists and removing duplicates, without removing duplicates in original list

You can bring this down to one single line of code if you use numpy:

a = [1,2,3,4,5,6,7]
b = [2,4,7,8,9,10,11,12]

sorted(np.unique(a+b))

>>> [1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8,9,10,11,12]

What is WEB-INF used for in a Java EE web application?

You should put in WEB-INF any pages, or pieces of pages, that you do not want to be public. Usually, JSP or facelets are found outside WEB-INF, but in this case they are easily accesssible for any user. In case you have some authorization restrictions, WEB-INF can be used for that.

WEB-INF/lib can contain 3rd party libraries which you do not want to pack at system level (JARs can be available for all the applications running on your server), but only for this particular applciation.

Generally speaking, many configurations files also go into WEB-INF.

As for WEB-INF/classes - it exists in any web-app, because that is the folder where all the compiled sources are placed (not JARS, but compiled .java files that you wrote yourself).

Android Respond To URL in Intent

I did it! Using <intent-filter>. Put the following into your manifest file:

<intent-filter>
  <action android:name="android.intent.action.VIEW" />
  <category android:name="android.intent.category.DEFAULT" />
  <category android:name="android.intent.category.BROWSABLE" />
  <data android:host="www.youtube.com" android:scheme="http" />
</intent-filter>

This works perfectly!

Deserialize JSON to Array or List with HTTPClient .ReadAsAsync using .NET 4.0 Task pattern

The return type depends on the server, sometimes the response is indeed a JSON array but sent as text/plain

Setting the accept headers in the request should get the correct type:

client.DefaultRequestHeaders.Accept.Add(new MediaTypeWithQualityHeaderValue("application/json")); 

which can then be serialized to a JSON list or array. Thanks for the comment from @svick which made me curious that it should work.

The Exception I got without configuring the accept headers was System.Net.Http.UnsupportedMediaTypeException.

Following code is cleaner and should work (untested, but works in my case):

    var client = new HttpClient();
    client.DefaultRequestHeaders.Accept.Add(new MediaTypeWithQualityHeaderValue("application/json"));
    var response = await client.GetAsync("http://api.usa.gov/jobs/search.json?query=nursing+jobs");
    var model = await response.Content.ReadAsAsync<List<Job>>();

HTML / CSS How to add image icon to input type="button"?

What I would do is do this:

Use a button type

 <button type="submit" style="background-color:rgba(255,255,255,0.0); border:none;" id="resultButton" onclick="showResults();"><img src="images/search.png" /></button>

I used background-color:rgba(255,255,255,0.0); So that the original background color of a button goes away. The same with the border:none; it will take the original border away.

Sort an array in Java

int[] array = {2, 3, 4, 5, 3, 4, 2, 34, 2, 56, 98, 32, 54};

for (int i = 0; i < array.length; i++) {
    for (int j = 0; j < array.length; j++) {
        if (array[i] < array[j]) {
            int temp = array[i];
            array[i] = array[j];
            array[j] = temp;
        }
    }
}

PDF Blob - Pop up window not showing content

problem is, it is not converted to proper format. Use function "printPreview(binaryPDFData)" to get print preview dialog of binary pdf data. you can comment script part if you don't want print dialog open.

printPreview = (data, type = 'application/pdf') => {
    let blob = null;
    blob = this.b64toBlob(data, type);
    const blobURL = URL.createObjectURL(blob);
    const theWindow = window.open(blobURL);
    const theDoc = theWindow.document;
    const theScript = document.createElement('script');
    function injectThis() {
        window.print();
    }
    theScript.innerHTML = `window.onload = ${injectThis.toString()};`;
    theDoc.body.appendChild(theScript);
};

b64toBlob = (content, contentType) => {
    contentType = contentType || '';
    const sliceSize = 512;
     // method which converts base64 to binary
    const byteCharacters = window.atob(content); 

    const byteArrays = [];
    for (let offset = 0; offset < byteCharacters.length; offset += sliceSize) {
        const slice = byteCharacters.slice(offset, offset + sliceSize);
        const byteNumbers = new Array(slice.length);
        for (let i = 0; i < slice.length; i++) {
            byteNumbers[i] = slice.charCodeAt(i);
        }
        const byteArray = new Uint8Array(byteNumbers);
        byteArrays.push(byteArray);
    }
    const blob = new Blob(byteArrays, {
        type: contentType
    }); // statement which creates the blob
    return blob;
};

Canvas width and height in HTML5

The canvas DOM element has .height and .width properties that correspond to the height="…" and width="…" attributes. Set them to numeric values in JavaScript code to resize your canvas. For example:

var canvas = document.getElementsByTagName('canvas')[0];
canvas.width  = 800;
canvas.height = 600;

Note that this clears the canvas, though you should follow with ctx.clearRect( 0, 0, ctx.canvas.width, ctx.canvas.height); to handle those browsers that don't fully clear the canvas. You'll need to redraw of any content you wanted displayed after the size change.

Note further that the height and width are the logical canvas dimensions used for drawing and are different from the style.height and style.width CSS attributes. If you don't set the CSS attributes, the intrinsic size of the canvas will be used as its display size; if you do set the CSS attributes, and they differ from the canvas dimensions, your content will be scaled in the browser. For example:

// Make a canvas that has a blurry pixelated zoom-in
// with each canvas pixel drawn showing as roughly 2x2 on screen
canvas.width  = 400;
canvas.height = 300; 
canvas.style.width  = '800px';
canvas.style.height = '600px';

See this live example of a canvas that is zoomed in by 4x.

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var c = document.getElementsByTagName('canvas')[0];_x000D_
var ctx = c.getContext('2d');_x000D_
ctx.lineWidth   = 1;_x000D_
ctx.strokeStyle = '#f00';_x000D_
ctx.fillStyle   = '#eff';_x000D_
_x000D_
ctx.fillRect(  10.5, 10.5, 20, 20 );_x000D_
ctx.strokeRect( 10.5, 10.5, 20, 20 );_x000D_
ctx.fillRect(   40, 10.5, 20, 20 );_x000D_
ctx.strokeRect( 40, 10.5, 20, 20 );_x000D_
ctx.fillRect(   70, 10, 20, 20 );_x000D_
ctx.strokeRect( 70, 10, 20, 20 );_x000D_
_x000D_
ctx.strokeStyle = '#fff';_x000D_
ctx.strokeRect( 10.5, 10.5, 20, 20 );_x000D_
ctx.strokeRect( 40, 10.5, 20, 20 );_x000D_
ctx.strokeRect( 70, 10, 20, 20 );
_x000D_
body { background:#eee; margin:1em; text-align:center }_x000D_
canvas { background:#fff; border:1px solid #ccc; width:400px; height:160px }
_x000D_
<canvas width="100" height="40"></canvas>_x000D_
<p>Showing that re-drawing the same antialiased lines does not obliterate old antialiased lines.</p>
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jQuery text() and newlines

Try this:

$(someElem).html('this<br> has<br> newlines);

How to draw an overlay on a SurfaceView used by Camera on Android?

I think you should call the super.draw() method first before you do anything in surfaceView's draw method.

Java 8: merge lists with stream API

Alternative: Stream.concat()

Stream.concat(map.values().stream(), listContainer.lst.stream())
                             .collect(Collectors.toList()

sum two columns in R

It could be that one or two of your columns may have a factor in them, or what is more likely is that your columns may be formatted as factors. Please would you give str(col1) and str(col2) a try? That should tell you what format those columns are in.

I am unsure if you're trying to add the rows of a column to produce a new column or simply all of the numbers in both columns to get a single number.

Stuck at ".android/repositories.cfg could not be loaded."

I used mkdir -p /root/.android && touch /root/.android/repositories.cfg to make it works

Execute command without keeping it in history

echo "discreet";history -d $(history 1)

How to initialize an array in one step using Ruby?

Oneliner:

array = [] << 1 << 2 << 3   #this is for fixnums.

or

 a = %w| 1 2 3 4 5 |

or

 a = [*'1'..'3']

or

 a = Array.new(3, '1')

or

 a = Array[*'1'..'3']

Tomcat 8 throwing - org.apache.catalina.webresources.Cache.getResource Unable to add the resource

In your $CATALINA_BASE/conf/context.xml add block below before </Context>

<Resources cachingAllowed="true" cacheMaxSize="100000" />

For more information: http://tomcat.apache.org/tomcat-8.0-doc/config/resources.html

How many bits or bytes are there in a character?

There are 8 bits in a byte (normally speaking in Windows).

However, if you are dealing with characters, it will depend on the charset/encoding. Unicode character can be 2 or 4 bytes, so that would be 16 or 32 bits, whereas Windows-1252 sometimes incorrectly called ANSI is only 1 bytes so 8 bits.

In Asian version of Windows and some others, the entire system runs in double-byte, so a character is 16 bits.

EDITED

Per Matteo's comment, all contemporary versions of Windows use 16-bits internally per character.

Where in memory are my variables stored in C?

You got some of these right, but whoever wrote the questions tricked you on at least one question:

  • global variables -------> data (correct)
  • static variables -------> data (correct)
  • constant data types -----> code and/or data. Consider string literals for a situation when a constant itself would be stored in the data segment, and references to it would be embedded in the code
  • local variables(declared and defined in functions) --------> stack (correct)
  • variables declared and defined in main function -----> heap also stack (the teacher was trying to trick you)
  • pointers(ex: char *arr, int *arr) -------> heap data or stack, depending on the context. C lets you declare a global or a static pointer, in which case the pointer itself would end up in the data segment.
  • dynamically allocated space(using malloc, calloc, realloc) --------> stack heap

It is worth mentioning that "stack" is officially called "automatic storage class".

How to connect android emulator to the internet

Have you tried starting the emulator with administrative privileges? It worked for me, I'm running Windows 7 64bit)

How to use filter, map, and reduce in Python 3

Here are the examples of Filter, map and reduce functions.

numbers = [10,11,12,22,34,43,54,34,67,87,88,98,99,87,44,66]

//Filter

oddNumbers = list(filter(lambda x: x%2 != 0, numbers))

print(oddNumbers)

//Map

multiplyOf2 = list(map(lambda x: x*2, numbers))

print(multiplyOf2)

//Reduce

The reduce function, since it is not commonly used, was removed from the built-in functions in Python 3. It is still available in the functools module, so you can do:

from functools import reduce

sumOfNumbers = reduce(lambda x,y: x+y, numbers)

print(sumOfNumbers)

Declare a Range relative to the Active Cell with VBA

There is an .Offset property on a Range class which allows you to do just what you need

ActiveCell.Offset(numRows, numCols)

follow up on a comment:

Dim newRange as Range
Set newRange = Range(ActiveCell, ActiveCell.Offset(numRows, numCols))

and you can verify by MsgBox newRange.Address

and here's how to assign this range to an array

Single huge .css file vs. multiple smaller specific .css files?

I typically have a handful of CSS files:

  • a "global" css file for resets and global styles
  • "module" specific css files for pages that are logically grouped (maybe every page in a checkout wizard or something)
  • "page" specific css files for overrides on the page (or, put this in a block on the individual page)

I am not really too concerned with multiple page requests for CSS files. Most people have decent bandwidth and I'm sure there are other optimizations that would have a far greater impact than combining all styles into one monolitic CSS file. The trade-off is between speed and maintainability, and I always lean towards maintainability. The YUI comperssor sounds pretty cool though, I might have to check that out.

Project has no default.properties file! Edit the project properties to set one

I solved this problem by adding appcompatv7 library to my project, though I don't require this library(as I my project don't target lower versions) I don't know why I had to add this. Hope someone else can solve their problem by adding same.

How to create a showdown.js markdown extension

In your last block you have a comma after 'lang', followed immediately with a function. This is not valid json.

EDIT

It appears that the readme was incorrect. I had to to pass an array with the string 'twitter'.

var converter = new Showdown.converter({extensions: ['twitter']}); converter.makeHtml('whatever @meandave2020'); // output "<p>whatever <a href="http://twitter.com/meandave2020">@meandave2020</a></p>" 

I submitted a pull request to update this.

How to create temp table using Create statement in SQL Server?

Same thing, Just start the table name with # or ##:

CREATE TABLE #TemporaryTable          -- Local temporary table - starts with single #
(
    Col1 int,
    Col2 varchar(10)
    ....
);

CREATE TABLE ##GlobalTemporaryTable   -- Global temporary table - note it starts with ##.
(
    Col1 int,
    Col2 varchar(10)
    ....
);

Temporary table names start with # or ## - The first is a local temporary table and the last is a global temporary table.

Here is one of many articles describing the differences between them.

Debugging in Maven?

I thought I would expand on these answers for OSX and Linux folks (not that they need it):

I prefer to use mvnDebug too. But after OSX maverick destroyed my Java dev environment, I am starting from scratch and stubbled upon this post, and thought I would add to it.

$ mvnDebug vertx:runMod
-bash: mvnDebug: command not found

DOH! I have not set it up on this box after the new SSD drive and/or the reset of everything Java when I installed Maverick.

I use a package manager for OSX and Linux so I have no idea where mvn really lives. (I know for brief periods of time.. thanks brew.. I like that I don't know this.)

Let's see:

$ which mvn
/usr/local/bin/mvn

There you are... you little b@stard.

Now where did you get installed to:

$ ls -l /usr/local/bin/mvn

lrwxr-xr-x  1 root  wheel  39 Oct 31 13:00 /
                  /usr/local/bin/mvn -> /usr/local/Cellar/maven30/3.0.5/bin/mvn

Aha! So you got installed in /usr/local/Cellar/maven30/3.0.5/bin/mvn. You cheeky little build tool. No doubt by homebrew...

Do you have your little buddy mvnDebug with you?

$ ls /usr/local/Cellar/maven30/3.0.5/bin/mvnDebug 
/usr/local/Cellar/maven30/3.0.5/bin/mvnDebug

Good. Good. Very good. All going as planned.

Now move that little b@stard where I can remember him more easily.

$ ln -s /usr/local/Cellar/maven30/3.0.5/bin/mvnDebug /usr/local/bin/mvnDebug
  ln: /usr/local/bin/mvnDebug: Permission denied

Darn you computer... You will submit to my will. Do you know who I am? I am SUDO! BOW!

$ sudo ln -s /usr/local/Cellar/maven30/3.0.5/bin/mvnDebug /usr/local/bin/mvnDebug

Now I can use it from Eclipse (but why would I do that when I have IntelliJ!!!!)

$ mvnDebug vertx:runMod
Preparing to Execute Maven in Debug Mode
Listening for transport dt_socket at address: 8000

Internally mvnDebug uses this:

MAVEN_DEBUG_OPTS="-Xdebug -Xnoagent -Djava.compiler=NONE  \
-Xrunjdwp:transport=dt_socket,server=y,suspend=y,address=8000"

So you could modify it (I usually debug on port 9090).

This blog explains how to setup Eclipse remote debugging (shudder)

http://javarevisited.blogspot.com/2011/02/how-to-setup-remote-debugging-in.html

Ditto Netbeans

https://blogs.oracle.com/atishay/entry/use_netbeans_to_debug_a

Ditto IntelliJ http://www.jetbrains.com/idea/webhelp/run-debug-configuration-remote.html

Here is some good docs on the -Xdebug command in general.

http://docs.oracle.com/cd/E13150_01/jrockit_jvm/jrockit/jrdocs/refman/optionX.html

"-Xdebug enables debugging capabilities in the JVM which are used by the Java Virtual Machine Tools Interface (JVMTI). JVMTI is a low-level debugging interface used by debuggers and profiling tools. With it, you can inspect the state and control the execution of applications running in the JVM."

"The subset of JVMTI that is most typically used by profilers is always available. However, the functionality used by debuggers to be able to step through the code and set breakpoints has some overhead associated with it and is not always available. To enable this functionality you must use the -Xdebug option."

-Xrunjdwp:transport=dt_socket,server=y,suspend=n myApp

Check out the docs on -Xrunjdwp too. You can enable it only when a certain exception is thrown for example. You can start it up suspended or running. Anyway.. I digress.

SQL Server: UPDATE a table by using ORDER BY

No.

Not a documented 100% supported way. There is an approach sometimes used for calculating running totals called "quirky update" that suggests that it might update in order of clustered index if certain conditions are met but as far as I know this relies completely on empirical observation rather than any guarantee.

But what version of SQL Server are you on? If SQL2005+ you might be able to do something with row_number and a CTE (You can update the CTE)

With cte As
(
SELECT id,Number,
ROW_NUMBER() OVER (ORDER BY id DESC) AS RN
FROM Test
)
UPDATE cte SET Number=RN

'node' is not recognized as an internal or an external command, operable program or batch file while using phonegap/cordova

Great answers, but you could just open the command prompt and type in

 SET PATH=C:\Program Files\Nodejs;%PATH%

Efficient way to rotate a list in python

Another alternative:

def move(arr, n):
    return [arr[(idx-n) % len(arr)] for idx,_ in enumerate(arr)]

Object array initialization without default constructor

You can use placement-new like this:

class Car
{
    int _no;
public:
    Car(int no) : _no(no)
    {
    }
};

int main()
{
    void *raw_memory = operator new[](NUM_CARS * sizeof(Car));
    Car *ptr = static_cast<Car *>(raw_memory);
    for (int i = 0; i < NUM_CARS; ++i) {
        new(&ptr[i]) Car(i);
    }

    // destruct in inverse order    
    for (int i = NUM_CARS - 1; i >= 0; --i) {
        ptr[i].~Car();
    }
    operator delete[](raw_memory);

    return 0;
}

Reference from More Effective C++ - Scott Meyers:
Item 4 - Avoid gratuitous default constructors

Is it possible to use argsort in descending order?

As @Kanmani hinted, an easier to interpret implementation may use numpy.flip, as in the following:

import numpy as np

avgDists = np.array([1, 8, 6, 9, 4])
ids = np.flip(np.argsort(avgDists))
print(ids)

By using the visitor pattern rather than member functions, it is easier to read the order of operations.

What is class="mb-0" in Bootstrap 4?

class="mb-0"

m - sets margin

b - sets bottom margin or padding

0 - sets 0 margin or padding


CSS class

.mb-0{
       margin-bottom: 0
     }

Convert String to Uri

I am just using the java.net package. Here you can do the following:

...
import java.net.URI;
...

String myUrl = "http://stackoverflow.com";
URI myURI = new URI(myUrl);

How to convert the following json string to java object?

Check out Google's Gson: http://code.google.com/p/google-gson/

From their website:

Gson gson = new Gson(); // Or use new GsonBuilder().create();
MyType target2 = gson.fromJson(json, MyType.class); // deserializes json into target2

You would just need to make a MyType class (renamed, of course) with all the fields in the json string. It might get a little more complicated when you're doing the arrays, if you prefer to do all of the parsing manually (also pretty easy) check out http://www.json.org/ and download the Java source for the Json parser objects.

How to get streaming url from online streaming radio station

Shahar's answer was really helpful, but I found it quite tedious to do this all myself, so I made a nifty little Python program:

import re
import urllib2
import string
url1 = raw_input("Please enter a URL from Tunein Radio: ");
open_file = urllib2.urlopen(url1);
raw_file = open_file.read();
API_key = re.findall(r"StreamUrl\":\"(.*?),",raw_file);
#print API_key;
#print "The API key is: " + API_key[0];
use_key = urllib2.urlopen(str(API_key[0]));
key_content = use_key.read();
raw_stream_url = re.findall(r"Url\": \"(.*?)\"",key_content);
bandwidth = re.findall(r"Bandwidth\":(.*?),", key_content);
reliability = re.findall(r"lity\":(.*?),", key_content);
isPlaylist = re.findall(r"HasPlaylist\":(.*?),",key_content);
codec = re.findall(r"MediaType\": \"(.*?)\",", key_content);
tipe = re.findall(r"Type\": \"(.*?)\"", key_content);
total = 0
for element in raw_stream_url:
    total = total + 1
i = 0
print "I found " + str(total) + " streams.";
for element in raw_stream_url:
    print "Stream #" + str(i + 1);
    print "Stream stats:";
    print "Bandwidth: " + str(bandwidth[i]) + " kilobytes per second."
    print "Reliability: " + str(reliability[i]) + "%"
    print "HasPlaylist: " + str(isPlaylist[i]) + "."
    print "Stream codec: " + str(codec[i]) + "."
    print "This audio stream is " + tipe[i].lower() + "."
    print "Pure streaming URL: " + str(raw_stream_url[i]) + ".";
    i = i + 1
raw_input("Press enter to close TMUS.")

It's basically Shahar's solution automated.

No Multiline Lambda in Python: Why not?

[Edit] Read this answer. It explains why multiline lambda is not a thing.

Simply put, it's unpythonic. From Guido van Rossum's blog post:

I find any solution unacceptable that embeds an indentation-based block in the middle of an expression. Since I find alternative syntax for statement grouping (e.g. braces or begin/end keywords) equally unacceptable, this pretty much makes a multi-line lambda an unsolvable puzzle.

How to set a value of a variable inside a template code?

An alternative way that doesn't require that you put everything in the "with" block is to create a custom tag that adds a new variable to the context. As in:

class SetVarNode(template.Node):
    def __init__(self, new_val, var_name):
        self.new_val = new_val
        self.var_name = var_name
    def render(self, context):
        context[self.var_name] = self.new_val
        return ''

import re
@register.tag
def setvar(parser,token):
    # This version uses a regular expression to parse tag contents.
    try:
        # Splitting by None == splitting by spaces.
        tag_name, arg = token.contents.split(None, 1)
    except ValueError:
        raise template.TemplateSyntaxError, "%r tag requires arguments" % token.contents.split()[0]
    m = re.search(r'(.*?) as (\w+)', arg)
    if not m:
        raise template.TemplateSyntaxError, "%r tag had invalid arguments" % tag_name
    new_val, var_name = m.groups()
    if not (new_val[0] == new_val[-1] and new_val[0] in ('"', "'")):
        raise template.TemplateSyntaxError, "%r tag's argument should be in quotes" % tag_name
    return SetVarNode(new_val[1:-1], var_name)

This will allow you to write something like this in your template:

{% setvar "a string" as new_template_var %}

Note that most of this was taken from here

How to use moment.js library in angular 2 typescript app?

Try adding "allowSyntheticDefaultImports": true to your tsconfig.json.

What does the flag do?

This basically tells the TypeScript compiler that it's okay to use an ES6 import statement, i. e.

import * as moment from 'moment/moment';

on a CommonJS module like Moment.js which doesn't declare a default export. The flag only affects type checking, not the generated code.

It is necessary if you use SystemJS as your module loader. The flag will be automatically turned on if you tell your TS compiler that you use SystemJS:

"module": "system"

This will also remove any errors thrown by IDEs if they are configured to make use of the tsconfig.json.

CSS Border Not Working

Use this line of code in your css

border: 1px solid #000 !important;

or if you want border only in left and right side of container then use:

border-right: 1px solid #000 !important;
border-left: 1px solid #000 !important;

How to find time complexity of an algorithm

Loosely speaking, time complexity is a way of summarising how the number of operations or run-time of an algorithm grows as the input size increases.

Like most things in life, a cocktail party can help us understand.

O(N)

When you arrive at the party, you have to shake everyone's hand (do an operation on every item). As the number of attendees N increases, the time/work it will take you to shake everyone's hand increases as O(N).

Why O(N) and not cN?

There's variation in the amount of time it takes to shake hands with people. You could average this out and capture it in a constant c. But the fundamental operation here --- shaking hands with everyone --- would always be proportional to O(N), no matter what c was. When debating whether we should go to a cocktail party, we're often more interested in the fact that we'll have to meet everyone than in the minute details of what those meetings look like.

O(N^2)

The host of the cocktail party wants you to play a silly game where everyone meets everyone else. Therefore, you must meet N-1 other people and, because the next person has already met you, they must meet N-2 people, and so on. The sum of this series is x^2/2+x/2. As the number of attendees grows, the x^2 term gets big fast, so we just drop everything else.

O(N^3)

You have to meet everyone else and, during each meeting, you must talk about everyone else in the room.

O(1)

The host wants to announce something. They ding a wineglass and speak loudly. Everyone hears them. It turns out it doesn't matter how many attendees there are, this operation always takes the same amount of time.

O(log N)

The host has laid everyone out at the table in alphabetical order. Where is Dan? You reason that he must be somewhere between Adam and Mandy (certainly not between Mandy and Zach!). Given that, is he between George and Mandy? No. He must be between Adam and Fred, and between Cindy and Fred. And so on... we can efficiently locate Dan by looking at half the set and then half of that set. Ultimately, we look at O(log_2 N) individuals.

O(N log N)

You could find where to sit down at the table using the algorithm above. If a large number of people came to the table, one at a time, and all did this, that would take O(N log N) time. This turns out to be how long it takes to sort any collection of items when they must be compared.

Best/Worst Case

You arrive at the party and need to find Inigo - how long will it take? It depends on when you arrive. If everyone is milling around you've hit the worst-case: it will take O(N) time. However, if everyone is sitting down at the table, it will take only O(log N) time. Or maybe you can leverage the host's wineglass-shouting power and it will take only O(1) time.

Assuming the host is unavailable, we can say that the Inigo-finding algorithm has a lower-bound of O(log N) and an upper-bound of O(N), depending on the state of the party when you arrive.

Space & Communication

The same ideas can be applied to understanding how algorithms use space or communication.

Knuth has written a nice paper about the former entitled "The Complexity of Songs".

Theorem 2: There exist arbitrarily long songs of complexity O(1).

PROOF: (due to Casey and the Sunshine Band). Consider the songs Sk defined by (15), but with

V_k = 'That's the way,' U 'I like it, ' U
U   = 'uh huh,' 'uh huh'

for all k.

How to plot two histograms together in R?

So many great answers but since I've just written a function (plotMultipleHistograms() in 'basicPlotteR' package) function to do this, I thought I would add another answer.

The advantage of this function is that it automatically sets appropriate X and Y axis limits and defines a common set of bins that it uses across all the distributions.

Here's how to use it:

# Install the plotteR package
install.packages("devtools")
devtools::install_github("JosephCrispell/basicPlotteR")
library(basicPlotteR)

# Set the seed
set.seed(254534)

# Create random samples from a normal distribution
distributions <- list(rnorm(500, mean=5, sd=0.5), 
                      rnorm(500, mean=8, sd=5), 
                      rnorm(500, mean=20, sd=2))

# Plot overlapping histograms
plotMultipleHistograms(distributions, nBins=20, 
                       colours=c(rgb(1,0,0, 0.5), rgb(0,0,1, 0.5), rgb(0,1,0, 0.5)), 
                       las=1, main="Samples from normal distribution", xlab="Value")

enter image description here

The plotMultipleHistograms() function can take any number of distributions, and all the general plotting parameters should work with it (for example: las, main, etc.).

How can I run an EXE program from a Windows Service using C#?

you can use from windows task scheduler for this purpose, there are many libraries like TaskScheduler that help you.

for example consider we want to scheduling a task that will executes once five seconds later:

using (var ts = new TaskService())
        {

            var t = ts.Execute("notepad.exe")
                .Once()
                .Starting(DateTime.Now.AddSeconds(5))
                .AsTask("myTask");

        }

notepad.exe will be executed five seconds later.

for details and more information please go to wiki

if you know which class and method in that assembly you need, you can invoke it yourself like this:

        Assembly assembly = Assembly.LoadFrom("yourApp.exe");
        Type[] types = assembly.GetTypes();
        foreach (Type t in types)
        {
            if (t.Name == "YourClass")
            {
                MethodInfo method = t.GetMethod("YourMethod",
                BindingFlags.Public | BindingFlags.Instance);
                if (method != null)
                {
                    ParameterInfo[] parameters = method.GetParameters();
                    object classInstance = Activator.CreateInstance(t, null);

                    var result = method.Invoke(classInstance, parameters.Length == 0 ? null : parameters);
                    
                    break;
                }
            }
                         
        }
    

How to check if X server is running?

I use

pidof X && echo "yup X server is running"

pgrep and $DISPLAY are other options.

Other considerations:

su then $DISPLAY will not be set. Things that change the environment of the program running can make this not work.

I don't recommand ps -e | grep X as this will find procX, which is not the X server.

ERROR 1064 (42000): You have an error in your SQL syntax; Want to configure a password as root being the user

If you have ERROR 1064 (42000) or ERROR 1046 (3D000): No database selected in Mysql 5.7, you must specify the location of the user table, the location is mysql.table_name Then the code will work.

sudo mysql -u root -p

UPDATE mysql.user SET authentication_string=password('elephant7') WHERE user='root';

JavaScript naming conventions

You can follow this Google JavaScript Style Guide

In general, use functionNamesLikeThis, variableNamesLikeThis, ClassNamesLikeThis, EnumNamesLikeThis, methodNamesLikeThis, and SYMBOLIC_CONSTANTS_LIKE_THIS.

EDIT: See nice collection of JavaScript Style Guides And Beautifiers.

display HTML page after loading complete

Hide the body initially, and then show it with jQuery after it has loaded.

body {
    display: none;
}

$(function () {
    $('body').show();
}); // end ready

Also, it would be best to have $('body').show(); as the last line in your last and main .js file.

Checking the form field values before submitting that page

Don't know for sure, but it sounds like it is still submitting. I quick solution would be to change your (guessing at your code here):

<input type="submit" value="Submit" onclick="checkform()">

to a button:

<input type="button" value="Submit" onclick="checkform()">

That way your form still gets submitted (from the else part of your checkform()) and it shouldn't be reloading the page.

There are other, perhaps better, ways of handling it but this works in the mean time.

Inserting code in this LaTeX document with indentation

Specialized packages such as minted, which relies on Pygments to do the formatting, offer various advantages over the listings package. To quote from the minted manual,

Pygments provides far superior syntax highlighting compared to conventional packages. For example, listings basically only highlights strings, comments and keywords. Pygments, on the other hand, can be completely customized to highlight any token kind the source language might support. This might include special formatting sequences inside strings, numbers, different kinds of identifiers and exotic constructs such as HTML tags.

TypeScript-'s Angular Framework Error - "There is no directive with exportAs set to ngForm"

Another item check:

Make sure you component is added to the declarations array of @NgModule in app.module.ts

@NgModule({
declarations: [
    YourComponent,
],

When running the ng generate component command, it does not automatilly add it to app.module.

<Django object > is not JSON serializable

From version 1.9 Easier and official way of getting json

from django.http import JsonResponse
from django.forms.models import model_to_dict


return JsonResponse(  model_to_dict(modelinstance) )

jquery dialog save cancel button styling

check out jquery ui 1.8.5 it's available here http://ajax.googleapis.com/ajax/libs/jqueryui/1.8.5/jquery-ui.js and it has the new button for dialog ui implementation

Angular 2: import external js file into component

You can also try this:

import * as drawGauge from '../../../../js/d3gauge.js';

and just new drawGauge(this.opt); in your ts-code. This solution works in project with angular-cli embedded into laravel on which I currently working on. In my case I try to import poliglot library (btw: very good for translations) from node_modules:

import * as Polyglot from '../../../node_modules/node-polyglot/build/polyglot.min.js';
...
export class Lang 
{
    constructor() {

        this.polyglot = new Polyglot({ locale: 'en' });
        ...
    }
    ...
}

This solution is good because i don't need to COPY any files from node_modules :) .

UPDATE

You can also look on this LIST of ways how to include libs in angular.

Which version of C# am I using

The language version is chosen based on the project's target framework by default.

Each project may use a different version of .Net framework, the best suitable C# compiler will be chosen by default by looking at the target framework. From visual studio, UI will not allow the users to changes the language version, however, we can change the language version by editing the project file with addition of new property group. But this may cause compile/run time issues in existing code.

<PropertyGroup>  
<LangVersion>8.0</LangVersion>  
</PropertyGroup>

I could see the following from Microsoft docs.

The compiler determines a default based on these rules:

Target framework  version     C# language version default
.NET Core           3.x         C# 8.0
.NET Core           2.x         C# 7.3
.NET Standard       2.1         C# 8.0
.NET Standard       2.0         C# 7.3
.NET Standard       1.x         C# 7.3
.NET Framework      all         C# 7.3

Accessing a value in a tuple that is in a list

You can also use sequence unpacking with zip:

L = [(1,2),(2,3),(4,5),(3,4),(6,7),(6,7),(3,8)]

_, res = zip(*L)

print(res)

# (2, 3, 5, 4, 7, 7, 8)

This also creates a tuple _ from the discarded first elements. Extracting only the second is possible, but more verbose:

from itertools import islice

res = next(islice(zip(*L), 1, None))

How to add a downloaded .box file to Vagrant?

Solution:

vagrant box add my-box file:///d:/path/to/file.box

Has to be in a URL format.

CSS3 equivalent to jQuery slideUp and slideDown?

I would recommend using the jQuery Transit Plugin which uses the CSS3 transform property, which works great on mobile devices due to the fact that most support hardware acceleration to give that native look and feel.

JS Fiddle Example

HTML:

<div class="moveMe">
    <button class="moveUp">Move Me Up</button>
    <button class="moveDown">Move Me Down</button>
    <button class="setUp">Set Me Up</button>
    <button class="setDown">Set Me Down</button>
 </div>

Javascript:

$(".moveUp").on("click", function() {
    $(".moveMe").transition({ y: '-=5' });
});

$(".moveDown").on("click", function() {
    $(".moveMe").transition({ y: '+=5' });
});

$(".setUp").on("click", function() {
    $(".moveMe").transition({ y: '0px' });
});

$(".setDown").on("click", function() {
    $(".moveMe").transition({ y: '200px' });
});

Best database field type for a URL

varchar(max) for SQLServer2005

varchar(65535) for MySQL 5.0.3 and later

This will allocate storage as need and shouldn't affect performance.

Checking whether a string starts with XXXX

In case you want to match multiple words to your magic word, you can pass the words to match as a tuple:

>>> magicWord = 'zzzTest'
>>> magicWord.startswith(('zzz', 'yyy', 'rrr'))
True

startswith takes a string or a tuple of strings.

How to pass a form input value into a JavaScript function

There are several ways to approach this. Personally, I would avoid in-line scripting. Since you've tagged jQuery, let's use that.

HTML:

<form>
    <input type="text" id="formValueId" name="valueId"/>
    <input type="button" id="myButton" />
</form>

JavaScript:

$(document).ready(function() {
    $('#myButton').click(function() {
      foo($('#formValueId').val());
    });
});

How to get only the date value from a Windows Forms DateTimePicker control?

I'm assuming you mean a datetime picker in a winforms application.

in your code, you can do the following:

string theDate = dateTimePicker1.Value.ToShortDateString();

or, if you'd like to specify the format of the date:

string theDate = dateTimePicker1.Value.ToString("yyyy-MM-dd");

Bitwise and in place of modulus operator

This only works for powers of two (and frequently only positive ones) because they have the unique property of having only one bit set to '1' in their binary representation. Because no other class of numbers shares this property, you can't create bitwise-and expressions for most modulus expressions.

Remove multiple whitespaces

I use this code and pattern:

preg_replace('/\\s+/', ' ',$data)

$data = 'This is   a Text 
   and so on         Text text on multiple lines and with        whitespaces';
$data= preg_replace('/\\s+/', ' ',$data);
echo $data;

You may test this on http://writecodeonline.com/php/

CSS: How to position two elements on top of each other, without specifying a height?

Here's some reusable css that will preserve the height of each element without using position: absolute:

.stack {
    display: grid;
}
.stack > * {
    grid-row: 1;
    grid-column: 1;
}

The first element in your stack is the background, and the second is the foreground.

Custom fonts and XML layouts (Android)

Using DataBinding :

@BindingAdapter({"bind:font"})
public static void setFont(TextView textView, String fontName){
 textView.setTypeface(Typeface.createFromAsset(textView.getContext().getAssets(), "fonts/" + fontName));
}

In XML:

<TextView
app:font="@{`Source-Sans-Pro-Regular.ttf`}"
android:layout_width="wrap_content"
android:layout_height="wrap_content"/>

font file must be in assets/fonts/

How to find out "The most popular repositories" on Github?

Ranking by stars or forks is not working. Each promoted or created by a famous company repository is popular at the beginning. Also it is possible to have a number of them which are in trend right now (publications, marketing, events). It doesn't mean that those repositories are useful/popular.

The gitmostwanted.com project (repo at github) analyses GH Archive data in order to highlight the most interesting repositories and exclude others. Just compare the results with mentioned resources.

Finding the path of the program that will execute from the command line in Windows

As the thread mentioned in the comment, get-command in powershell can also work it out. For example, you can type get-command npm and the output is as below:

enter image description here

Get real path from URI, Android KitKat new storage access framework

This answer is based on your somewhat vague description. I assume that you fired an intent with action: Intent.ACTION_GET_CONTENT

And now you get content://com.android.providers.media.documents/document/image:62 back instead of the previously media provider URI, correct?

On Android 4.4 (KitKat) the new DocumentsActivity gets opened when an Intent.ACTION_GET_CONTENT is fired thus leading to grid view (or list view) where you can pick an image, this will return the following URIs to calling context (example): content://com.android.providers.media.documents/document/image:62 (these are the URIs to the new document provider, it abstracts away the underlying data by providing generic document provider URIs to clients).

You can however access both gallery and other activities responding to Intent.ACTION_GET_CONTENT by using the drawer in the DocumentsActivity (drag from left to right and you'll see a drawer UI with Gallery to choose from). Just as pre KitKat.

If you still which to pick in DocumentsActivity class and need the file URI, you should be able to do the following (warning this is hacky!) query (with contentresolver):content://com.android.providers.media.documents/document/image:62 URI and read the _display_name value from the cursor. This is somewhat unique name (just the filename on local files) and use that in a selection (when querying) to mediaprovider to get the correct row corresponding to this selection from here you can fetch the file URI as well.

The recommended ways of accessing document provider can be found here (get an inputstream or file descriptor to read file/bitmap):

Examples of using documentprovider

Capture key press without placing an input element on the page?

For non-printable keys such as arrow keys and shortcut keys such as Ctrl-z, Ctrl-x, Ctrl-c that may trigger some action in the browser (for instance, inside editable documents or elements), you may not get a keypress event in all browsers. For this reason you have to use keydown instead, if you're interested in suppressing the browser's default action. If not, keyup will do just as well.

Attaching a keydown event to document works in all the major browsers:

document.onkeydown = function(evt) {
    evt = evt || window.event;
    if (evt.ctrlKey && evt.keyCode == 90) {
        alert("Ctrl-Z");
    }
};

For a complete reference, I strongly recommend Jan Wolter's article on JavaScript key handling.

ln (Natural Log) in Python

math.log is the natural logarithm:

From the documentation:

math.log(x[, base]) With one argument, return the natural logarithm of x (to base e).

Your equation is therefore:

n = math.log((1 + (FV * r) / p) / math.log(1 + r)))

Note that in your code you convert n to a str twice which is unnecessary

Clear android application user data

This command worked for me:

adb shell pm clear packageName

Launch Failed. Binary not found. CDT on Eclipse Helios

Seems like having "Build Automatically" under the Project menu ought to take care of all of this. It does for Java.

Tomcat: java.lang.IllegalArgumentException: Invalid character found in method name. HTTP method names must be tokens

You are calling local server with http://localhost:8080/foo/bar. Call it with https://localhost:8080/foo/bar. This solves the problem

Kafka consumer list

You can also use kafkactl for this:

# get all consumer groups (output as yaml)
kafkactl get consumer-groups -o yaml

# get only consumer groups assigned to a single topic (output as table)
kafkactl get consumer-groups --topic topic-a

Sample output (e.g. as yaml):

name: my-group
protocoltype: consumer
topics:
 - topic-a
 - topic-b
 - topic-c

Disclaimer: I am contributor to this project

Can't connect to Postgresql on port 5432

I had this same issue. I originally installed version 10 because that was the default install with Ubuntu 18.04. I later upgraded to 13.2 because I wanted the latest version. I made all the config modifications, but it was still just binging to 1207.0.0.1 and then I thought - maybe it is looking at the config files for version 10. I modified those and restarted the postgres service. Bingo! It was binding to 0.0.0.0

I will need to completely remove 10 and ensure that I am forcing the service to run under version 13.2, so if you upgraded from another version, try updating the other config files in that older directory.

Why aren't Xcode breakpoints functioning?

I haven't done Xcode in a bit, but I recommend that you disable "Zerolink" and "Load Symbols Lazily"; that will fix most problems. Zerolink is an abomination anyway.

How to control size of list-style-type disc in CSS?

Since I don't know how to control only the list marker size with CSS and no one's offered this yet, you can use :before content to generate the bullets:

li {
    list-style: none;
    font-size: 20px;
}

li:before {
    content:"·";
    font-size:120px;
    vertical-align:middle;
    line-height:20px;
}

Demo: http://jsfiddle.net/4wDL5/

The markers are limited to appearing "inside" with this particular CSS, although you could change it. It's definitely not the best option (browser must support generated content, so no IE6 or 7), but it might be the easiest - plus you can choose any character you want for the marker.

If you go the image route, see list-style-image.

How do I increase the scrollback buffer in a running screen session?

As Already mentioned we have two ways!

 Per screen (session) interactive setting

And it's done interactively! And take effect immediately!

CTRL + A followed by : And we type scrollback 1000000 And hit ENTER

You detach from the screen and come back! It will be always the same.

You open another new screen! And the value is reset again to default! So it's not a global setting!

 And the permanent default setting

Which is done by adding defscrollback 1000000 to .screenrc (in home)

defscrollback and not scrollback (def stand for default)

What you need to know is if the file is not created ! You create it !

> cd ~ && vim .screenrc

And you add defscrollback 1000000 to it!

Or in one command

> echo "defscrollback 1000000" >> .screenrc

(if not created already)

Taking effect

When you add the default to .screenrc! The already running screen at re-attach will not take effect! The .screenrc run at the screen creation! And it make sense! Just as with a normal console and shell launch!

And all the new created screens will have the set value!

Checking the screen effective buffer size

To check type CTRL + A followed by i

And The result will be as

enter image description here

Importantly the buffer size is the number after the + sign
(in the illustration i set it to 1 000 000)

Note too that when you change it interactively! The effect is immediate and take over the default value!

Scrolling

CTRL+ A followed by ESC (to enter the copy mode).

Then navigate with Up,Down or PgUp PgDown

And ESC again to quit that mode.

(Extra info: to copy hit ENTER to start selecting! Then ENTER again to copy! Simple and cool)

Now the buffer is bigger!

And that's sum it up for the important details!

Download text/csv content as files from server in Angular

This is what worked for me for IE 11+, Firefox and Chrome. In safari it downloads a file but as unknown and the filename is not set.

if (window.navigator.msSaveOrOpenBlob) {
    var blob = new Blob([csvDataString]);  //csv data string as an array.
    // IE hack; see http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/ie/hh779016.aspx
    window.navigator.msSaveBlob(blob, fileName);
} else {
    var anchor = angular.element('<a/>');
    anchor.css({display: 'none'}); // Make sure it's not visible
    angular.element(document.body).append(anchor); // Attach to document for FireFox

    anchor.attr({
        href: 'data:attachment/csv;charset=utf-8,' + encodeURI(csvDataString),
        target: '_blank',
        download: fileName
})[0].click();
anchor.remove();
}

List append() in for loop

No need to re-assign.

a=[]
for i in range(5):    
    a.append(i)
a

MySQL JOIN ON vs USING?

It is mostly syntactic sugar, but a couple differences are noteworthy:

ON is the more general of the two. One can join tables ON a column, a set of columns and even a condition. For example:

SELECT * FROM world.City JOIN world.Country ON (City.CountryCode = Country.Code) WHERE ...

USING is useful when both tables share a column of the exact same name on which they join. In this case, one may say:

SELECT ... FROM film JOIN film_actor USING (film_id) WHERE ...

An additional nice treat is that one does not need to fully qualify the joining columns:

SELECT film.title, film_id -- film_id is not prefixed
FROM film
JOIN film_actor USING (film_id)
WHERE ...

To illustrate, to do the above with ON, we would have to write:

SELECT film.title, film.film_id -- film.film_id is required here
FROM film
JOIN film_actor ON (film.film_id = film_actor.film_id)
WHERE ...

Notice the film.film_id qualification in the SELECT clause. It would be invalid to just say film_id since that would make for an ambiguity:

ERROR 1052 (23000): Column 'film_id' in field list is ambiguous

As for select *, the joining column appears in the result set twice with ON while it appears only once with USING:

mysql> create table t(i int);insert t select 1;create table t2 select*from t;
Query OK, 0 rows affected (0.11 sec)

Query OK, 1 row affected (0.00 sec)
Records: 1  Duplicates: 0  Warnings: 0

Query OK, 1 row affected (0.19 sec)
Records: 1  Duplicates: 0  Warnings: 0

mysql> select*from t join t2 on t.i=t2.i;
+------+------+
| i    | i    |
+------+------+
|    1 |    1 |
+------+------+
1 row in set (0.00 sec)

mysql> select*from t join t2 using(i);
+------+
| i    |
+------+
|    1 |
+------+
1 row in set (0.00 sec)

mysql>

Cannot read property 'push' of undefined when combining arrays

You do not need to give an index.

Instead of doing order[0].push(a[i]), just do order.push(a[i]).

How Can I Set the Default Value of a Timestamp Column to the Current Timestamp with Laravel Migrations?

Use Paulo Freitas suggestion instead.


Until Laravel fixes this, you can run a standard database query after the Schema::create have been run.

    Schema::create("users", function($table){
        $table->increments('id');
        $table->string('email', 255);
        $table->string('given_name', 100);
        $table->string('family_name', 100);
        $table->timestamp('joined');
        $table->enum('gender', ['male', 'female', 'unisex'])->default('unisex');
        $table->string('timezone', 30)->default('UTC');
        $table->text('about');
    });
    DB::statement("ALTER TABLE ".DB::getTablePrefix()."users CHANGE joined joined TIMESTAMP DEFAULT CURRENT_TIMESTAMP NOT NULL");

It worked wonders for me.

An item with the same key has already been added

I have had the same error but b/c of diff reason. Using Entity framework. One more thing I need to add here before I share my code and solution, I had a break point on controller method but it was not breaking there, just throwing exception 500 internal server error.

I was posting data from view to controller through ajax (http post). The model I was expecting as a parameter was a class. It was inherited with some other class.

public class PurchaseOrder : CreateUpdateUserInfo
    {
        public PurchaseOrder()
        {
            this.Purchase_Order_Items = new List<clsItem>();
        }

        public int purchase_order_id { get; set; }
        public Nullable<int> purchase_quotation_id { get; set; }
        public int supplier_id { get; set; }
        public decimal flat_discount { get; set; }
        public decimal total { get; set; }
        public decimal net_payable { get; set; }
        public bool is_payment_complete { get; set; }
        public decimal sales_tax { get; set; }
        public DateTime CreatedOn { get; set; }
        public int CreatorUserID { get; set; }
        public DateTime UpdatedOn { get; set; }
        public int UpdatorUserID { get; set; }
        public bool IsDeleted { get; set; }
        public List<clsItem> Purchase_Order_Items { get; set; }
    }

 public class CreateUpdateUserInfo
    {
        public DateTime CreatedOn { get; set; }
        public int CreatorUserID { get; set; }
        public string CreatorUserName { get; set; }
        public DateTime UpdatedOn { get; set; }
        public int UpdatorUserID { get; set; }
        public string UpdatorUserName { get; set; }
        public bool IsDeleted { get; set; }
    }

and in view

                var model = {
                supplier_id : isNaN($scope.supplierID) || 0 ? null : $scope.supplierID,
                flat_discount : 0,
                total : $scope.total,
                net_payable :  $scope.total,
                is_payment_complete :  true,
                sales_tax:0,
                Purchase_Order_Item: $scope.items
            };
            var obj = {
                method: 'POST',
                url: 'Purchase/SaveOrder',
                dataType: 'json',
                data: JSON.stringify(model),
                headers: { "Content-Type": "application/json" }
            };

            var request = $rootScope.AjaxRequest(obj);
            request.then(function (response) {
                var isError = response.data.MessageType === 1;
                $rootScope.bindToaster(response.data.MessageType,response.data.Message);
                //$('html, body').animate({ scrollTop: 0 }, 'slow');
                if(!isError){
                    //$scope.supplierID =undefined;
                }
            }, function (response) {
                $rootScope.bindToaster(2,response.data);
                console.log(response);
            });

Simply removed duplicated fields from PurchaseOrder class and it worked like a charm.

How to import a csv file into MySQL workbench?

I guess you're missing the ENCLOSED BY clause

LOAD DATA LOCAL INFILE '/path/to/your/csv/file/model.csv'
INTO TABLE test.dummy FIELDS TERMINATED BY ','
ENCLOSED BY '"' LINES TERMINATED BY '\n';

And specify the csv file full path

Load Data Infile - MySQL documentation

How can I group data with an Angular filter?

Update

I initially wrote this answer because the old version of the solution suggested by Ariel M. when combined with other $filters triggered an "Infite $diggest Loop Error" (infdig). Fortunately this issue has been solved in the latest version of the angular.filter.

I suggested the following implementation, that didn't have that issue:

angular.module("sbrpr.filters", [])
.filter('groupBy', function () {
  var results={};
    return function (data, key) {
        if (!(data && key)) return;
        var result;
        if(!this.$id){
            result={};
        }else{
            var scopeId = this.$id;
            if(!results[scopeId]){
                results[scopeId]={};
                this.$on("$destroy", function() {
                    delete results[scopeId];
                });
            }
            result = results[scopeId];
        }

        for(var groupKey in result)
          result[groupKey].splice(0,result[groupKey].length);

        for (var i=0; i<data.length; i++) {
            if (!result[data[i][key]])
                result[data[i][key]]=[];
            result[data[i][key]].push(data[i]);
        }

        var keys = Object.keys(result);
        for(var k=0; k<keys.length; k++){
          if(result[keys[k]].length===0)
            delete result[keys[k]];
        }
        return result;
    };
});

However, this implementation will only work with versions prior to Angular 1.3. (I will update this answer shortly providing a solution that works with all versions.)

I've actually wrote a post about the steps that I took to develop this $filter, the problems that I encountered and the things that I learned from it.

What does the keyword Set actually do in VBA?

Off the top of my head, Set is used to assign COM objects to variables. By doing a Set I suspect that under the hood it's doing an AddRef() call on the object to manage it's lifetime.

Using putty to scp from windows to Linux

You can use PSCP to copy files from Windows to Linux.

  1. Download PSCP from putty.org
  2. Open cmd in the directory with pscp.exe file
  3. Type command pscp source_file user@host:destination_file

Reference

ng-model for `<input type="file"/>` (with directive DEMO)

For multiple files input using lodash or underscore:

.directive("fileread", [function () {
    return {
        scope: {
            fileread: "="
        },
        link: function (scope, element, attributes) {
            element.bind("change", function (changeEvent) {
                return _.map(changeEvent.target.files, function(file){
                  scope.fileread = [];
                  var reader = new FileReader();
                  reader.onload = function (loadEvent) {
                      scope.$apply(function () {
                          scope.fileread.push(loadEvent.target.result);
                      });
                  }
                  reader.readAsDataURL(file);
                });
            });
        }
    }
}]);

Control the size of points in an R scatterplot?

Try the cex argument:

?par

  • cex
    A numerical value giving the amount by which plotting text and symbols should be magnified relative to the default. Note that some graphics functions such as plot.default have an argument of this name which multiplies this graphical parameter, and some functions such as points accept a vector of values which are recycled. Other uses will take just the first value if a vector of length greater than one is supplied.

How to display a gif fullscreen for a webpage background?

IMG Method

If you want the image to be a stand alone element, use this CSS:

#selector {
    width:100%;
    height:100%;
}

With this HTML:

<img src='folder/image.gif' id='selector'/>

Fiddle

Please note that the img tag would have to be inside the body tag ONLY. If it were inside anything else, it may not fill the entire screen based on the other elements properties. This method will also not work if the page is taller than the image. It will leave white space. This is where the background method comes in

Background Image Method

If you want it to be the background image of you page, you can use this CSS:

body {
    background-image:url('folder/image.gif');
    background-size:100%;
    background-repeat: repeat-y;
    background-attachment: fixed;
    height:100%;
    width:100%;
}

Fiddle

Or the shorthand version:

body {
    background:url('folder/image.gif') repeat-y 100% 100% fixed;
    height:100%;
    width:100%;
}

Fiddle

How to declare strings in C

char *p = "String";   means pointer to a string type variable.

char p3[5] = "String"; means you are pre-defining the size of the array to consist of no more than 5 elements. Note that,for strings the null "\0" is also considered as an element.So,this statement would give an error since the number of elements is 7 so it should be:

char p3[7]= "String";

How to write to file in Ruby?

Are you looking for the following?

File.open(yourfile, 'w') { |file| file.write("your text") }

Scroll Automatically to the Bottom of the Page

I found a trick to make it happen.

Put an input type text at the bottom of the page and call a jquery focus on it whenever you need to go at the bottom.

Make it readonly and nice css to clear border and background.

importing go files in same folder

No import is necessary as long as you declare both a.go and b.go to be in the same package. Then, you can use go run to recognize multiple files with:

$ go run a.go b.go

How to import cv2 in python3?

anaconda prompt -->pip install opencv-python

How to assign execute permission to a .sh file in windows to be executed in linux

As far as I know the permission system in Linux is set up in such a way to prevent exactly what you are trying to accomplish.

I think the best you can do is to give your Linux user a custom unzip one-liner to run on the prompt:

unzip zip_name.zip && chmod +x script_name.sh

If there are multiple scripts that you need to give execute permission to, write a grant_perms.sh as follows:

#!/bin/bash
# file: grant_perms.sh

chmod +x script_1.sh
chmod +x script_2.sh
...
chmod +x script_n.sh

(You can put the scripts all on one line for chmod, but I found separate lines easier to work with in vim and with shell script commands.)

And now your unzip one-liner becomes:

unzip zip_name.zip && source grant_perms.sh

Note that since you are using source to run grant_perms.sh, it doesn't need execute permission

Postgresql column reference "id" is ambiguous

I suppose your p2vg table has also an id field , in that case , postgres cannot find if the id in the SELECT refers to vg or p2vg.

you should use SELECT(vg.id,vg.name) to remove ambiguity

How to get Last record from Sqlite?

in sqlite, there is a table called sqlite_sequence, this table contains the table name and it's last id number (if the id is auto incremented).

So, to get the last row in a table just put :

Select * from TABLENAME where id=(SELECT * from sqlite_sequence where name ='TABLENAME')

How to save select query results within temporary table?

select *
into #TempTable
from SomeTale

select *
from #TempTable

Reset auto increment counter in postgres

Here is the command that you are looking for, assuming your sequence for the product table is product_id_seq:

ALTER SEQUENCE product_id_seq RESTART WITH 1453;

Convert Pandas Series to DateTime in a DataFrame

Some handy script:

hour = df['assess_time'].dt.hour.values[0]

How to overcome TypeError: unhashable type: 'list'

    python 3.2

    with open("d://test.txt") as f:
              k=(((i.split("\n"))[0].rstrip()).split() for i in f.readlines())
              d={}
              for i,_,v in k:
                      d.setdefault(i,[]).append(v)

phpMyAdmin is throwing a #2002 cannot log in to the mysql server phpmyadmin

For those who get this error when working with WAMP/XAMP on a windows machine.

This may help you.

Your solution is to

  • net stop mysql
  • Erase binary logs (and the binary log index file)
  • IF you do not know where they are, locate my.ini on your PC
  • Open my.ini in Notepad look for the option log-bin or log_bin
  • Look for the option datadir
  • If log-bin only has a filename, look inside the folder specified by datadir
  • If log-bin includes a path and a filename, look inside the folder specified by log-bin
  • Open the desired folder in Windows Explorer
  • Remove the binary logs There should be a file whose file extension is .index. Delete this as well net start mysql

Please DO NOT ERASE ib_logfile0 or ib_logfile1 when you have binary log issues.

Answer is on dba.stackexchange

DataGridView checkbox column - value and functionality

If you have a gridview containing more than one checkbox .... you should try this ....

Object[] o=new Object[6];

for (int i = 0; i < dgverlist.RowCount; i++)
{
    for (int j = 2; j < dgverlist.ColumnCount; j++)
    {
        DataGridViewCheckBoxCell ch1 = new DataGridViewCheckBoxCell();
        ch1 = (DataGridViewCheckBoxCell)dgverlist.Rows[i].Cells[j];

        if (ch1.Value != null)
        {
           o[i] = ch1.OwningColumn.HeaderText.ToString();

            MessageBox.Show(o[i].ToString());
        }
    }
}

Bootstrap 3 Horizontal Divider (not in a dropdown)

As I found the default Bootstrap <hr/> size unsightly, here's some simple HTML and CSS to balance out the element visually:

HTML:

<hr class="half-rule"/>

CSS:

.half-rule { 
    margin-left: 0;
    text-align: left;
    width: 50%;
 }

An App ID with Identifier '' is not available. Please enter a different string

Solution for Xcode 7.3.

Go to

Member Center -> Certificates, Identifiers & Profiles -> Provisioning Profiles -> All

Member Center: https://developer.apple.com/membercenter

Find certificate for your App ID, it should be invalid, Edit, Select your iOS Distribution certificate, Generate. Go to:

Xcode -> Preferences -> Accounts -> View Details -> Download all

Invalid certificate

Generate step

Batch file. Delete all files and folders in a directory

Try the following; it works for me.

I have an application which dumps data in my "C:\tmp" folder, and the following works the best for me. It doesn't even ask Yes or No to delete the data. I have made a schedule for it to run after every 5 minutes

cd "C:\tmp"

del *.* /Q

What does a "Cannot find symbol" or "Cannot resolve symbol" error mean?

One way to get this error in Eclipse :

  1. Define a class A in src/test/java.
  2. Define another class B in src/main/java that uses class A.

Result : Eclipse will compile the code, but maven will give "Cannot find symbol".

Underlying cause : Eclipse is using a combined build path for the main and test trees. Unfortunately, it does not support using different build paths for different parts of an Eclipse project, which is what Maven requires.

Solution :

  1. Don't define your dependencies that way; i.e. don't make this mistake.
  2. Regularly build your codebase using Maven so that you pick up this mistake early. One way to do that is to use a CI server.

How to count rows with SELECT COUNT(*) with SQLAlchemy?

I managed to render the following SELECT with SQLAlchemy on both layers.

SELECT count(*) AS count_1
FROM "table"

Usage from the SQL Expression layer

from sqlalchemy import select, func, Integer, Table, Column, MetaData

metadata = MetaData()

table = Table("table", metadata,
              Column('primary_key', Integer),
              Column('other_column', Integer)  # just to illustrate
             )   

print select([func.count()]).select_from(table)

Usage from the ORM layer

You just subclass Query (you have probably anyway) and provide a specialized count() method, like this one.

from sqlalchemy.sql.expression import func

class BaseQuery(Query):
    def count_star(self):
        count_query = (self.statement.with_only_columns([func.count()])
                       .order_by(None))
        return self.session.execute(count_query).scalar()

Please note that order_by(None) resets the ordering of the query, which is irrelevant to the counting.

Using this method you can have a count(*) on any ORM Query, that will honor all the filter andjoin conditions already specified.

How to clear all <div>s’ contents inside a parent <div>?

jQuery's empty() function does just that:

$('#masterdiv').empty();

clears the master div.

$('#masterdiv div').empty();

clears all the child divs, but leaves the master intact.

Angular 2 Dropdown Options Default Value

For me, I define some properties:

disabledFirstOption = true;

get isIEOrEdge(): boolean {
    return /msie\s|trident\/|edge\//i.test(window.navigator.userAgent)
}

Then in the constructor and ngOnInit

constructor() {
    this.disabledFirstOption = false;
}

ngOnInit() {
    setTimeout(() => {
        this.disabledFirstOption = true;
    });
}

And in the template I add this as the first option inside the select element

<option *ngIf="isIEOrEdge" [value]="undefined" [disabled]="disabledFirstOption" selected></option>

If you allow to select the first option you can just remove the usage of the property disabledFirstOption

Get records with max value for each group of grouped SQL results

In Oracle below query can give the desired result.

SELECT group,person,Age,
  ROWNUMBER() OVER (PARTITION BY group ORDER BY age desc ,person asc) as rankForEachGroup
  FROM tablename where rankForEachGroup=1

Maven plugin not using Eclipse's proxy settings

<?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8"?>
<settings xmlns="http://maven.apache.org/SETTINGS/1.1.0" xmlns:xsi="http://www.w3.org/2001/XMLSchema-instance"
  xsi:schemaLocation="http://maven.apache.org/SETTINGS/1.1.0 http://maven.apache.org/xsd/settings-1.1.0.xsd">

     <proxies>
       <proxy>
          <active>true</active>
          <protocol>http</protocol>
          <host>proxy.somewhere.com</host>
          <port>8080</port>
          <username>proxyuser</username>
          <password>somepassword</password>
          <nonProxyHosts>www.google.com|*.somewhere.com</nonProxyHosts>
        </proxy>
      </proxies>

    </settings>

Window > Preferences > Maven > User Settings

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Copy multiple files from one directory to another from Linux shell

I guess you are looking for brace expansion:

cp /home/ankur/folder/{file1,file2} /home/ankur/dest

take a look here, it would be helpful for you if you want to handle multiple files once :

http://www.tldp.org/LDP/abs/html/globbingref.html

tab completion with zsh...

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PermissionError: [WinError 5] Access is denied python using moviepy to write gif

If you're encountering this in Jupyter/Jupyerlab while trying to pip install foo, you can sometimes work around it by using !python -m pip install foo instead.

Start an activity from a fragment

mFragmentFavorite in your code is a FragmentActivity which is not the same thing as a Fragment. That's why you're getting the type mismatch. Also, you should never call new on an Activity as that is not the proper way to start one.

If you want to start a new instance of mFragmentFavorite, you can do so via an Intent.

From a Fragment:

Intent intent = new Intent(getActivity(), mFragmentFavorite.class);
startActivity(intent);

From an Activity

Intent intent = new Intent(this, mFragmentFavorite.class);
startActivity(intent);

If you want to start aFavorite instead of mFragmentFavorite then you only need to change out their names in the created Intent.

Also, I recommend changing your class names to be more accurate. Calling something mFragmentFavorite is improper in that it's not a Fragment at all. Also, class declarations in Java typically start with a capital letter. You'd do well to name your class something like FavoriteActivity to be more accurate and conform to the language conventions. You will also need to rename the file to FavoriteActivity.java if you choose to do this since Java requires class names match the file name.

UPDATE

Also, it looks like you actually meant formFragmentFavorite to be a Fragment instead of a FragmentActivity based on your use of onCreateView. If you want mFragmentFavorite to be a Fragment then change the following line of code:

public class mFragmentFavorite extends FragmentActivity{

Make this instead read:

public class mFragmentFavorite extends Fragment {

Getting current date and time in JavaScript

Its simple and superb

_x000D_
_x000D_
 $(document).ready(function () { _x000D_
            var fpsOut = document.getElementById('myTime');_x000D_
            setInterval(function () {_x000D_
                var d = new Date(); _x000D_
                fpsOut.innerHTML = d;_x000D_
            }, 1000);_x000D_
        });
_x000D_
<script src="https://ajax.googleapis.com/ajax/libs/jquery/2.1.1/jquery.min.js"></script>_x000D_
<div id="myTime"></div>
_x000D_
_x000D_
_x000D_

please find the below fiddler for the example

http://jsfiddle.net/4zVxp/483/

HTTP GET in VBS

        strRequest = "<soap:Envelope xmlns:soap=""http://www.w3.org/2003/05/soap-envelope"" " &_
         "xmlns:tem=""http://tempuri.org/"">" &_
         "<soap:Header/>" &_
         "<soap:Body>" &_
            "<tem:Authorization>" &_
                "<tem:strCC>"&1234123412341234&"</tem:strCC>" &_
                "<tem:strEXPMNTH>"&11&"</tem:strEXPMNTH>" &_
                "<tem:CVV2>"&123&"</tem:CVV2>" &_
                "<tem:strYR>"&23&"</tem:strYR>" &_
                "<tem:dblAmount>"&1235&"</tem:dblAmount>" &_
            "</tem:Authorization>" &_
        "</soap:Body>" &_
        "</soap:Envelope>"

        EndPointLink = "http://www.trainingrite.net/trainingrite_epaysystem" &_
                "/trainingrite_epaysystem/tr_epaysys.asmx"



dim http
set http=createObject("Microsoft.XMLHTTP")
http.open "POST",EndPointLink,false
http.setRequestHeader "Content-Type","text/xml"

msgbox "REQUEST : " & strRequest
http.send strRequest

If http.Status = 200 Then
'msgbox "RESPONSE : " & http.responseXML.xml
msgbox "RESPONSE : " & http.responseText
responseText=http.responseText
else
msgbox "ERRCODE : " & http.status
End If

Call ParseTag(responseText,"AuthorizationResult")

Call CreateXMLEvidence(responseText,strRequest)

'Function to fetch the required message from a TAG
Function ParseTag(ResponseXML,SearchTag)

 ResponseMessage=split(split(split(ResponseXML,SearchTag)(1),"</")(0),">")(1)
 Msgbox ResponseMessage

End Function

'Function to create XML test evidence files
Function CreateXMLEvidence(ResponseXML,strRequest)

 Set fso=createobject("Scripting.FileSystemObject")
 Set qfile=fso.CreateTextFile("C:\Users\RajkumarJoshua\Desktop\DCIM\SampleResponse.xml",2)
 Set qfile1=fso.CreateTextFile("C:\Users\RajkumarJoshua\Desktop\DCIM\SampleReuest.xml",2)

 qfile.write ResponseXML
 qfile.close

 qfile1.write strRequest
 qfile1.close

End Function

pySerial write() won't take my string

I had the same "TypeError: an integer is required" error message when attempting to write. Thanks, the .encode() solved it for me. I'm running python 3.4 on a Dell D530 running 32 bit Windows XP Pro.

I'm omitting the com port settings here:

>>>import serial

>>>ser = serial.Serial(5)

>>>ser.close()

>>>ser.open()

>>>ser.write("1".encode())

1

>>>

How to copy a java.util.List into another java.util.List

There is another method with Java 8 in a null-safe way.

List<SomeBean> wsListCopy = Optional.ofNullable(wsList)
    .map(Collection::stream)
    .orElseGet(Stream::empty)
    .collect(Collectors.toList());

If you want to skip one element.

List<SomeBean> wsListCopy = Optional.ofNullable(wsList)
    .map(Collection::stream)
    .orElseGet(Stream::empty)
    .skip(1)
    .collect(Collectors.toList());

With Java 9+, the stream method of Optional can be used

Optional.ofNullable(wsList)
    .stream()
    .flatMap(Collection::stream)
    .collect(Collectors.toList())

How to press back button in android programmatically?

you can simply use onBackPressed();

or if you are using fragment you can use getActivity().onBackPressed()

Show hide fragment in android

Try this:

MapFragment mapFragment = (MapFragment)getFragmentManager().findFragmentById(R.id.mapview);
mapFragment.getView().setVisibility(View.GONE);

Checking if a file is a directory or just a file

Yes, there is better. Check the stat or the fstat function

Active Directory LDAP Query by sAMAccountName and Domain

"Domain" is not a property of an LDAP object. It is more like the name of the database the object is stored in.

So you have to connect to the right database (in LDAP terms: "bind to the domain/directory server") in order to perform a search in that database.

Once you bound successfully, your query in it's current shape is all you need.

BTW: Choosing "ObjectCategory=Person" over "ObjectClass=user" was a good decision. In AD, the former is an "indexed property" with excellent performance, the latter is not indexed and a tad slower.

How to stretch a fixed number of horizontal navigation items evenly and fully across a specified container

<!DOCTYPE html>
<html lang="en">
<head>
<style>
#container { width: 100%; border: 1px solid black; display: block; text-align: justify; }
object, span { display: inline-block; }
span { width: 100%; }
</style>
</head>

  <div id="container">
    <object>
      <div>
      alpha
      </div>
    </object>
    <object>
      <div>
      beta
      </div>
    </object>
    <object>
      <div>
      charlie
      </div>
    </object>
    <object>
      <div>
      delta
      </div>
    </object>
    <object>
      <div>
      epsilon
      </div>
    </object>
    <object>
      <div>
      foxtrot
      </div>
    </object>
    <span></span>
  </div>
</html>

Check element exists in array

In Python you might be in for some surprises if you ask for forgiveness in this case.

try-except is not the right paradigm here.

If you accidentally get negative indices your in for a surprise.

Better solution is to provide the test function yourself:

def index_in_array(M, index):
    return index[0] >= 0 and index[1] >= 0 and index[0]< M.shape[0] and index[1] < M.shape[1]

How to open SharePoint files in Chrome/Firefox

You can use web-based protocol handlers for the links as per https://sharepoint.stackexchange.com/questions/70178/how-does-sharepoint-2013-enable-editing-of-documents-for-chrome-and-fire-fox

Basically, just prepend ms-word:ofe|u| to the links to your SharePoint hosted Word documents.

How to wait in bash for several subprocesses to finish and return exit code !=0 when any subprocess ends with code !=0?

How about simply:

#!/bin/bash

pids=""

for i in `seq 0 9`; do
   doCalculations $i &
   pids="$pids $!"
done

wait $pids

...code continued here ...

Update:

As pointed by multiple commenters, the above waits for all processes to be completed before continuing, but does not exit and fail if one of them fails, it can be made to do with the following modification suggested by @Bryan, @SamBrightman, and others:

#!/bin/bash

pids=""
RESULT=0


for i in `seq 0 9`; do
   doCalculations $i &
   pids="$pids $!"
done

for pid in $pids; do
    wait $pid || let "RESULT=1"
done

if [ "$RESULT" == "1" ];
    then
       exit 1
fi

...code continued here ...

How to install bcmath module?

To enable bcmath in Arch Linux or Manjaro

Edit php.ini

nano /etc/php/php.ini

Uncomment bcmath (remove semicolon)

extension=bcmath

If you are using Apache server reload the server by

sudo systemctl reload apache.server

Or

sudo systemctl realod httpd

If you don't use Apache

sudo systemctl reload php-fpm.service

To see the activated modules

php -m

To make sure the php-fpm is installed and activated, search for it

php -m | grep bcmath

Need to navigate to a folder in command prompt

Just use the change directory (cd) command.

cd d:\windows\movie

python: how to check if a line is an empty line

I use the following code to test the empty line with or without white spaces.

if len(line.strip()) == 0 :
    # do something with empty line

How to convert an integer (time) to HH:MM:SS::00 in SQL Server 2008?

CREATE FUNCTION [dbo].[_ICAN_FN_IntToTime](@Num INT)
  RETURNS NVARCHAR(13)
AS
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
--INVENTIVE:Keyvan ARYAEE-MOEEN
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
  BEGIN
    DECLARE @Hour VARCHAR(10)=CAST(@Num/3600 AS  VARCHAR(2))
    DECLARE @Minute VARCHAR(10)=CAST((@Num-@Hour*3600)/60 AS  VARCHAR(2))
    DECLARE @Time VARCHAR(13)=CASE WHEN @Hour<10 THEN '0'+@Hour ELSE @Hour END+':'+CASE WHEN @Minute<10 THEN '0'+@Minute ELSE @Minute END+':00.000'
    RETURN @Time
  END
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
--SELECT dbo._ICAN_FN_IntToTime(25500)
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

how to "execute" make file

You don't tend to execute the make file itself, rather you execute make, giving it the make file as an argument:

make -f pax.mk

If your make file is actually one of the standard names (like makefile or Makefile), you don't even need to specify it. It'll be picked up by default (if you have more than one of these standard names in your build directory, you better look up the make man page to see which takes precedence).

The current .NET SDK does not support targeting .NET Standard 2.0 error in Visual Studio 2017 update 15.3

Actually, to me it happened in opposite way to another answers.

I did install the latest .NET Core SDK before the issue appeared (3.0.0-preview2 in my case) having not the latest version of Visual Studio (not sure if that would make any difference).

So, the solution was just to uninstall that latest .NET Core SDK. (This is not perfect if you need it, so you might consider Visual Studio upgrade to the latest one, but at least that solved ongoing issue).

How to use session in JSP pages to get information?

JSP implicit objects likes session, request etc. are not available inside JSP declaration <%! %> tags.

You could use it directly in your expression as

<td>Username: </td>
<td><input type="text" value="<%= session.getAttribute("username") %>" /></td>

On other note, using scriptlets in JSP has been long deprecated. Use of EL (expression language) and JSTL tags is highly recommended. For example, here you could use EL as

<td>Username: </td>
<td><input type="text" value="${username}" /></td>

The best part is that scope resolution is done automatically. So, here username could come from page, or request, or session, or application scopes in that order. If for a particular instance you need to override this because of a name collision you can explicitly specify the scope as

<td><input type="text" value="${requestScope.username}" /></td> or,
<td><input type="text" value="${sessionScope.username}" /></td> or,
<td><input type="text" value="${applicationScope.username}" /></td>

How to convert float number to Binary?

x = float(raw_input("enter number between 0 and 1: "))

p = 0
while ((2**p)*x) %1 != 0:
    p += 1
    # print p

    num = int (x * (2 ** p))
    # print num

    result = ''
    if num == 0:
        result = '0'
    while num > 0:
        result = str(num%2) + result
        num = num / 2

    for i in range (p - len(result)):
        result = '0' + result
    result = result[0:-p] + '.' + result[-p:]

print result #this will print result for the decimal portion

What is jQuery Unobtrusive Validation?

With the unobtrusive way:

  • You don't have to call the validate() method.
  • You specify requirements using data attributes (data-val, data-val-required, etc.)

Jquery Validate Example:

<input type="text" name="email" class="required">
<script>
        $(function () {
            $("form").validate();
        });
</script>

Jquery Validate Unobtrusive Example:

<input type="text" name="email" data-val="true" 
data-val-required="This field is required.">  

<div class="validation-summary-valid" data-valmsg-summary="true">
    <ul><li style="display:none"></li></ul>
</div>

bash shell nested for loop

#!/bin/bash
# loop*figures.bash

for i in 1 2 3 4 5  # First loop.
do
    for j in $(seq 1 $i)
    do
        echo  -n "*" 
    done
    echo 
done
echo
# outputs
# *
# **
# ***
# ****
# *****

for i in 5 4 3 2 1 # First loop.
do
    for j in $(seq -$i -1)
    do
        echo  -n "*" 
    done
    echo 
done

# outputs
# *****
# ****
# ***
# **
# *

for i in 1 2 3 4 5  # First loop.
do
    for k in $(seq -5 -$i)
    do
        echo -n ' '
    done
    for j in $(seq 1 $i)
    do
        echo  -n "* " 
    done
    echo 
done
echo

# outputs
#     * 
#    * * 
#   * * * 
#  * * * * 
# * * * * * 

for i in 1 2 3 4 5  # First loop.
do
    for j in $(seq -5 -$i)
    do
        echo  -n "* " 
    done
    echo 
    for k in $(seq 1 $i)
    do
        echo -n ' '
    done
done
echo

# outputs
# * * * * * 
#  * * * * 
#   * * * 
#    * * 
#     *


exit 0

How to redirect user's browser URL to a different page in Nodejs?

In Express you can use

res.redirect('http://example.com');

to redirect user from server.

To include a status code 301 or 302 it can be used

res.redirect(301, 'http://example.com');

How can I get the SQL of a PreparedStatement?

I implemented the following code for printing SQL from PrepareStatement

public void printSqlStatement(PreparedStatement preparedStatement, String sql) throws SQLException{
        String[] sqlArrya= new String[preparedStatement.getParameterMetaData().getParameterCount()];
        try {
               Pattern pattern = Pattern.compile("\\?");
               Matcher matcher = pattern.matcher(sql);
               StringBuffer sb = new StringBuffer();
               int indx = 1;  // Parameter begin with index 1
               while (matcher.find()) {
             matcher.appendReplacement(sb,String.valueOf(sqlArrya[indx]));
               }
               matcher.appendTail(sb);
              System.out.println("Executing Query [" + sb.toString() + "] with Database[" + "] ...");
               } catch (Exception ex) {
                   System.out.println("Executing Query [" + sql + "] with Database[" +  "] ...");
            }

    }

Difference between 'struct' and 'typedef struct' in C++?

An important difference between a 'typedef struct' and a 'struct' in C++ is that inline member initialisation in 'typedef structs' will not work.

// the 'x' in this struct will NOT be initialised to zero
typedef struct { int x = 0; } Foo;

// the 'x' in this struct WILL be initialised to zero
struct Foo { int x = 0; };

Which Protocols are used for PING?

Netscantools Pro Ping can do ICMP, UDP, and TCP.

Disable future dates in jQuery UI Datepicker

$('#thedate,#dateid').datepicker({
     changeMonth:true,
         changeYear:true,
         yearRange:"-100:+0",
         dateFormat:"dd/mm/yy" ,
         maxDate: '0',
     });
});

How to collapse blocks of code in Eclipse?

I was using salesforce apex classes with Eclipse Neon 3.3 for Java.
I found an option "define folding region" on right click in the editor, I selected the block of code i wanted to collapse and selected this property for that code. Now I am seeing + and - symbol to expand and collapse that block of code

using where and inner join in mysql

Try this :

SELECT
    (
      SELECT
          `NAME`
      FROM
          locations
      WHERE
          ID = school_locations.LOCATION_ID
    ) as `NAME`
FROM
     school_locations
WHERE
     (
      SELECT
          `TYPE`
      FROM
          locations
      WHERE
          ID = school_locations.LOCATION_ID
     ) = 'coun';

How to decompile to java files intellij idea

To use the IntelliJ Java decompiler from the command line for a jar package follow the instructions provided here: https://github.com/JetBrains/intellij-community/tree/master/plugins/java-decompiler/engine

how we add or remove readonly attribute from textbox on clicking radion button in cakephp using jquery?

In your Case you can write the following jquery code:

$(document).ready(function(){

   $('.staff_on_site').click(function(){

     var rBtnVal = $(this).val();

     if(rBtnVal == "yes"){
         $("#no_of_staff").attr("readonly", false); 
     }
     else{ 
         $("#no_of_staff").attr("readonly", true); 
     }
   });
});

Here is the Fiddle: http://jsfiddle.net/P4QWx/3/

Execute combine multiple Linux commands in one line

To run them all at once, you can use the pipe line key "|" like so:

$ cd /my_folder | rm *.jar | svn co path to repo | mvn compile package install

Difference between Fact table and Dimension table?

Dimension table Dimension table is a table which contain attributes of measurements stored in fact tables. This table consists of hierarchies, categories and logic that can be used to traverse in nodes.

Fact table contains the measurement of business processes, and it contains foreign keys for the dimension tables.

Example – If the business process is manufacturing of bricks

Average number of bricks produced by one person/machine – measure of the business process

How to get anchor text/href on click using jQuery?

Updated code

$('a','div.res').click(function(){
  var currentAnchor = $(this);
  alert(currentAnchor.text());
  alert(currentAnchor.attr('href'));
});

Why "Data at the root level is invalid. Line 1, position 1." for XML Document?

I can give you two advices:

  1. It seems you are using "LoadXml" instead of "Load" method. In some cases, it helps me.
  2. You have an encoding problem. Could you check the encoding of the XML file and write it?