Programs & Examples On #Mappers

Hibernate Error executing DDL via JDBC Statement

Adding this configuration in application.properties file to fixed this issue easily.

spring.jpa.properties.hibernate.globally_quoted_identifiers=true

Container is running beyond memory limits

I can't comment on the accepted answer, due to low reputation. However, I would like to add, this behavior is by design. The NodeManager is killing your container. It sounds like you are trying to use hadoop streaming which is running as a child process of the map-reduce task. The NodeManager monitors the entire process tree of the task and if it eats up more memory than the maximum set in mapreduce.map.memory.mb or mapreduce.reduce.memory.mb respectively, we would expect the Nodemanager to kill the task, otherwise your task is stealing memory belonging to other containers, which you don't want.

Best way to store data locally in .NET (C#)

A lot of the answers in this thread attempt to overengineer the solution. If I'm correct, you just want to store user settings.

Use an .ini file or App.Config file for this.

If I'm wrong, and you are storing data that is more than just settings, use a flat text file in csv format. These are fast and easy without the overhead of XML. Folks like to poo poo these since they aren't as elegant, don't scale nicely and don't look as good on a resume, but it might be the best solution for you depending on what you need.

Render HTML string as real HTML in a React component

i use https://www.npmjs.com/package/html-to-react

const HtmlToReactParser = require('html-to-react').Parser;
let htmlInput = html.template;
let htmlToReactParser = new HtmlToReactParser();
let reactElement = htmlToReactParser.parse(htmlInput); 
return(<div>{reactElement}</div>)

Merge two rows in SQL

I had a similar problem. The difference was that I needed far more control over what I was returning so I ended up with an simple clear but rather long query. Here is a simplified version of it based on your example.

select main.id, Field1_Q.Field1, Field2_Q.Field2
from 
(
    select distinct id
    from Table1
)as main
left outer join (
    select id, max(Field1)
    from Table1
    where Field1 is not null
    group by id
) as Field1_Q on main.id = Field1_Q.id
left outer join (
    select id, max(Field2)
    from Table1
    where Field2 is not null
    group by id
) as Field2_Q on main.id = Field2_Q.id 
;

The trick here is that the first select 'main' selects the rows to display. Then you have one select per field. What is being joined on should be all of the same values returned by the 'main' query.

Be warned, those other queries need to return only one row per id or you will be ignoring data

How do I list all loaded assemblies?

Using Visual Studio

  1. Attach a debugger to the process (e.g. start with debugging or Debug > Attach to process)
  2. While debugging, show the Modules window (Debug > Windows > Modules)

This gives details about each assembly, app domain and has a few options to load symbols (i.e. pdb files that contain debug information).

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Using Process Explorer

If you want an external tool you can use the Process Explorer (freeware, published by Microsoft)

Click on a process and it will show a list with all the assemblies used. The tool is pretty good as it shows other information such as file handles etc.

Programmatically

Check this SO question that explains how to do it.

Should I size a textarea with CSS width / height or HTML cols / rows attributes?

According to the w3c, cols and rows are both required attributes for textareas. Rows and Cols are the number of characters that are going to fit in the textarea rather than pixels or some other potentially arbitrary value. Go with the rows/cols.

What is InputStream & Output Stream? Why and when do we use them?

From the Java Tutorial:

A stream is a sequence of data.

A program uses an input stream to read data from a source, one item at a time:

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A program uses an output stream to write data to a destination, one item at time:

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The data source and data destination pictured above can be anything that holds, generates, or consumes data. Obviously this includes disk files, but a source or destination can also be another program, a peripheral device, a network socket, or an array.

Sample code from oracle tutorial:

import java.io.FileInputStream;
import java.io.FileOutputStream;
import java.io.IOException;

public class CopyBytes {
    public static void main(String[] args) throws IOException {

        FileInputStream in = null;
        FileOutputStream out = null;

        try {
            in = new FileInputStream("xanadu.txt");
            out = new FileOutputStream("outagain.txt");
            int c;

            while ((c = in.read()) != -1) {
                out.write(c);
            }
        } finally {
            if (in != null) {
                in.close();
            }
            if (out != null) {
                out.close();
            }
        }
    }
}

This program uses byte streams to copy xanadu.txt file to outagain.txt , by writing one byte at a time

Have a look at this SE question to know more details about advanced Character streams, which are wrappers on top of Byte Streams :

byte stream and character stream

Python conditional assignment operator

I'm surprised no one offered this answer. It's not as "built-in" as Ruby's ||= but it's basically equivalent and still a one-liner:

foo = foo if 'foo' in locals() else 'default'

Of course, locals() is just a dictionary, so you can do:

foo = locals().get('foo', 'default')

Efficient way to do batch INSERTS with JDBC

Using PreparedStatements will be MUCH slower than Statements if you have low iterations. To gain a performance benefit from using a PrepareStatement over a statement, you need to be using it in a loop where iterations are at least 50 or higher.

Removing "bullets" from unordered list <ul>

You can remove the "bullets" by setting the "list-style-type: none;" Like

ul
{
    list-style-type: none;
}

OR

<ul class="menu custompozition4"  style="list-style-type: none;">
    <li class="item-507"><a href=#">Strategic Recruitment Solutions</a>
    </li>
    <li class="item-508"><a href="#">Executive Recruitment</a>
    </li>
    <li class="item-509"><a href="#">Leadership Development</a>
    </li>
    <li class="item-510"><a href="#">Executive Capability Review</a>
    </li>
    <li class="item-511"><a href="#">Board and Executive Coaching</a>
    </li>
    <li class="item-512"><a href="#">Cross Cultutral Coaching</a>
    </li>
    <li class="item-513"><a href="#">Team Enhancement &amp; Coaching</a>
    </li>
    <li class="item-514"><a href="#">Personnel Re-deployment</a>
    </li>
</ul>

Explicitly select items from a list or tuple

>>> map(myList.__getitem__, (2,2,1,3))
('baz', 'baz', 'bar', 'quux')

You can also create your own List class which supports tuples as arguments to __getitem__ if you want to be able to do myList[(2,2,1,3)].

LINQ - Left Join, Group By, and Count

 (from p in context.ParentTable     
  join c in context.ChildTable 
    on p.ParentId equals c.ChildParentId into j1 
  from j2 in j1.DefaultIfEmpty() 
     select new { 
          ParentId = p.ParentId,
         ChildId = j2==null? 0 : 1 
      })
   .GroupBy(o=>o.ParentId) 
   .Select(o=>new { ParentId = o.key, Count = o.Sum(p=>p.ChildId) })

Write to text file without overwriting in Java

For some reason, none of the other methods worked for me...So i tried this and worked. Hope it helps..

JFileChooser c= new JFileChooser();
c.showOpenDialog(c);
File write_file = c.getSelectedFile();
String Content = "Writing into file\n hi \n hello \n hola";
try 
{
    RandomAccessFile raf = new RandomAccessFile(write_file, "rw");
    long length = raf.length();
    System.out.println(length);
    raf.setLength(length + 1); //+ (integer value) for spacing
    raf.seek(raf.length());
    raf.writeBytes(Content);
    raf.close();
} 
catch (Exception e) {
    System.out.println(e);
}

MySQL: NOT LIKE

I don't know why

cfg_name_unique NOT LIKE '%categories%' 

still returns those two values, but maybe exclude them explicit:

SELECT *
    FROM developer_configurations_cms

    WHERE developer_configurations_cms.cat_id = '1'
    AND developer_configurations_cms.cfg_variables LIKE '%parent_id=2%'
    AND developer_configurations_cms.cfg_name_unique NOT LIKE '%categories%'
    AND developer_configurations_cms.cfg_name_unique NOT IN ('categories_posts', 'categories_news')

How to set the id attribute of a HTML element dynamically with angularjs (1.x)?

ngAttr directive can totally be of help here, as introduced in the official documentation

https://docs.angularjs.org/guide/interpolation#-ngattr-for-binding-to-arbitrary-attributes

For instance, to set the id attribute value of a div element, so that it contains an index, a view fragment might contain

<div ng-attr-id="{{ 'object-' + myScopeObject.index }}"></div>

which would get interpolated to

<div id="object-1"></div>

AngularJs .$setPristine to reset form

I solved the same problem of having to reset a form at its pristine state in Angular version 1.0.7 (no $setPristine method)

In my use case, the form, after being filled and submitted must disappear until it is again necessary for filling another record. So I made the show/hide effect by using ng-switch instead of ng-show. As I suspected, with ng-switch, the form DOM sub-tree is completely removed and later recreated. So the pristine state is automatically restored.

I like it because it is simple and clean but it may not be a fit for anybody's use case.

it may also imply some performance issues for big forms (?) In my situation I did not face this problem yet.

What does the "undefined reference to varName" in C mean?

You need to compile and then link the object files like this:

gcc -c a.c  
gcc -c b.c  
gcc a.o b.o -o prog  

What is the easiest way to get the current day of the week in Android?

you can use that code for Kotlin which you will use calendar class from java into Kotlin

    val day = Calendar.getInstance().get(Calendar.DAY_OF_WEEK)

    fun dayOfWeek() {
    println("What day is it today?")
    val day = Calendar.getInstance().get(Calendar.DAY_OF_WEEK)
    println( when (day) {
      1 -> "Sunday"
      2 -> "Monday"
      3 -> "Tuesday"
      4 -> "Wednesday"
      5 -> "Thursday"
      6 -> "Friday"
      7 -> "Saturday"
      else -> "Time has stopped"
   })
 }

Convert seconds to HH-MM-SS with JavaScript?

You can manage to do this without any external JavaScript library with the help of JavaScript Date method like following:

var date = new Date(null);
date.setSeconds(SECONDS); // specify value for SECONDS here
var result = date.toISOString().substr(11, 8);

Or, as per @Frank's comment; a one liner:

new Date(SECONDS * 1000).toISOString().substr(11, 8);

Accessing dict keys like an attribute?

Here's a short example of immutable records using built-in collections.namedtuple:

def record(name, d):
    return namedtuple(name, d.keys())(**d)

and a usage example:

rec = record('Model', {
    'train_op': train_op,
    'loss': loss,
})

print rec.loss(..)

cartesian product in pandas

If you have a key that is repeated for each row, then you can produce a cartesian product using merge (like you would in SQL).

from pandas import DataFrame, merge
df1 = DataFrame({'key':[1,1], 'col1':[1,2],'col2':[3,4]})
df2 = DataFrame({'key':[1,1], 'col3':[5,6]})

merge(df1, df2,on='key')[['col1', 'col2', 'col3']]

Output:

   col1  col2  col3
0     1     3     5
1     1     3     6
2     2     4     5
3     2     4     6

See here for the documentation: http://pandas.pydata.org/pandas-docs/stable/merging.html#brief-primer-on-merge-methods-relational-algebra

Pandas read_sql with parameters

The read_sql docs say this params argument can be a list, tuple or dict (see docs).

To pass the values in the sql query, there are different syntaxes possible: ?, :1, :name, %s, %(name)s (see PEP249).
But not all of these possibilities are supported by all database drivers, which syntax is supported depends on the driver you are using (psycopg2 in your case I suppose).

In your second case, when using a dict, you are using 'named arguments', and according to the psycopg2 documentation, they support the %(name)s style (and so not the :name I suppose), see http://initd.org/psycopg/docs/usage.html#query-parameters.
So using that style should work:

df = psql.read_sql(('select "Timestamp","Value" from "MyTable" '
                     'where "Timestamp" BETWEEN %(dstart)s AND %(dfinish)s'),
                   db,params={"dstart":datetime(2014,6,24,16,0),"dfinish":datetime(2014,6,24,17,0)},
                   index_col=['Timestamp'])

How can you debug a CORS request with cURL?

Here's how you can debug CORS requests using curl.

Sending a regular CORS request using cUrl:

curl -H "Origin: http://example.com" --verbose \
  https://www.googleapis.com/discovery/v1/apis?fields=

The -H "Origin: http://example.com" flag is the third party domain making the request. Substitute in whatever your domain is.

The --verbose flag prints out the entire response so you can see the request and response headers.

The url I'm using above is a sample request to a Google API that supports CORS, but you can substitute in whatever url you are testing.

The response should include the Access-Control-Allow-Origin header.

Sending a preflight request using cUrl:

curl -H "Origin: http://example.com" \
  -H "Access-Control-Request-Method: POST" \
  -H "Access-Control-Request-Headers: X-Requested-With" \
  -X OPTIONS --verbose \
  https://www.googleapis.com/discovery/v1/apis?fields=

This looks similar to the regular CORS request with a few additions:

The -H flags send additional preflight request headers to the server

The -X OPTIONS flag indicates that this is an HTTP OPTIONS request.

If the preflight request is successful, the response should include the Access-Control-Allow-Origin, Access-Control-Allow-Methods, and Access-Control-Allow-Headers response headers. If the preflight request was not successful, these headers shouldn't appear, or the HTTP response won't be 200.

You can also specify additional headers, such as User-Agent, by using the -H flag.

Bulk package updates using Conda

the Conda Package Manager is almost ready for beta testing, but it will not be fully integrated until the release of Spyder 2.4 (https://github.com/spyder-ide/spyder/wiki/Roadmap). As soon as we have it ready for testing we will post something on the mailing list (https://groups.google.com/forum/#!forum/spyderlib). Be sure to subscribe

Cheers!

how to open an URL in Swift3

import UIKit 
import SafariServices 

let url = URL(string: "https://sprotechs.com")
let vc = SFSafariViewController(url: url!) 
present(vc, animated: true, completion: nil)

Add an object to a python list

If i am correct in believing that you are adding a variable to the array but when you change that variable outside of the array, it also changes inside the array but you don't want it to then it is a really simple solution.

When you are saving the variable to the array you should turn it into a string by simply putting str(variablename). For example:

array.append(str(variablename))

Using this method your code should look like this:

arrayList = []
for x in allValues:
    result = model(x)
    arrayList.append(str(wM))        #this is the only line that is changed.
    wM.reset()

How to remove the URL from the printing page?

In Google Chrome, this can be done by setting the margins to 0, or if it prints funky, then adjusting it just enough to push the unwanted text to the non-printable areas of the page. I tried it and it works :D

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CSS Selector "(A or B) and C"?

Not yet, but there is the experimental :matches() pseudo-class function that does just that:

:matches(.a .b) .c {
  /* stuff goes here */
}

You can find more info on it here and here. Currently, most browsers support its initial version :any(), which works the same way, but will be replaced by :matches(). We just have to wait a little more before using this everywhere (I surely will).

How to count the number of columns in a table using SQL?

Maybe something like this:

SELECT count(*) FROM user_tab_columns WHERE table_name = 'FOO'

this will count number of columns in a the table FOO

You can also just

select count(*) from all_tab_columns where owner='BAR' and table_name='FOO';

where the owner is schema and note that Table Names are upper case

setAttribute('display','none') not working

display is not an attribute - it's a CSS property. You need to access the style object for this:

document.getElementById('classRight').style.display = 'none';

Microsoft SQL Server 2005 service fails to start

While that error message is on the screen (before the rollback begins) go to Control Panel -> Administrative Tools -> Services and see if the service is actually installed. Also check what account it is using to run as. If it's not using Local System, then double and triple check that the account it's using has rights to the program directory where MS SQL installed to.

Eclipse - java.lang.ClassNotFoundException

Deleting the project from eclipse (Not from hard disk) which in a way is cleaning the workspace and reimporting the project into eclipse again worked for me.

Can an interface extend multiple interfaces in Java?

You can extend multiple Interfaces but you cannot extend multiple classes.

The reason that it is not possible in Java to extending multiple classes, is the bad experience from C++ where this is possible.

The alternative for multipe inheritance is that a class can implement multiple interfaces (or an Interface can extend multiple Interfaces)

intellij idea - Error: java: invalid source release 1.9

Sometimes the problem occurs because of the incorrect version of the project bytecode.

So verify it : File -> Settings -> Build, Execution, Deployment -> Compiler -> Java Compiler -> Project bytecode version and set its value to 8

Example

How to pick a new color for each plotted line within a figure in matplotlib?

As Ciro's answer notes, you can use prop_cycle to set a list of colors for matplotlib to cycle through. But how many colors? What if you want to use the same color cycle for lots of plots, with different numbers of lines?

One tactic would be to use a formula like the one from https://gamedev.stackexchange.com/a/46469/22397, to generate an infinite sequence of colors where each color tries to be significantly different from all those that preceded it.

Unfortunately, prop_cycle won't accept infinite sequences - it will hang forever if you pass it one. But we can take, say, the first 1000 colors generated from such a sequence, and set it as the color cycle. That way, for plots with any sane number of lines, you should get distinguishable colors.

Example:

from matplotlib import pyplot as plt
from matplotlib.colors import hsv_to_rgb
from cycler import cycler

# 1000 distinct colors:
colors = [hsv_to_rgb([(i * 0.618033988749895) % 1.0, 1, 1])
          for i in range(1000)]
plt.rc('axes', prop_cycle=(cycler('color', colors)))

for i in range(20):
    plt.plot([1, 0], [i, i])

plt.show()

Output:

Graph output by the code above

Now, all the colors are different - although I admit that I struggle to distinguish a few of them!

Convert string to number field

Within Crystal, you can do it by creating a formula that uses the ToNumber function. It might be a good idea to code for the possibility that the field might include non-numeric data - like so:

If NumericText ({field}) then ToNumber ({field}) else 0

Alternatively, you might find it easier to convert the field's datatype within the query used in the report.

Removing packages installed with go get

You can delete the archive files and executable binaries that go install (or go get) produces for a package with go clean -i importpath.... These normally reside under $GOPATH/pkg and $GOPATH/bin, respectively.

Be sure to include ... on the importpath, since it appears that, if a package includes an executable, go clean -i will only remove that and not archive files for subpackages, like gore/gocode in the example below.

Source code then needs to be removed manually from $GOPATH/src.

go clean has an -n flag for a dry run that prints what will be run without executing it, so you can be certain (see go help clean). It also has a tempting -r flag to recursively clean dependencies, which you probably don't want to actually use since you'll see from a dry run that it will delete lots of standard library archive files!

A complete example, which you could base a script on if you like:

$ go get -u github.com/motemen/gore

$ which gore
/Users/ches/src/go/bin/gore

$ go clean -i -n github.com/motemen/gore...
cd /Users/ches/src/go/src/github.com/motemen/gore
rm -f gore gore.exe gore.test gore.test.exe commands commands.exe commands_test commands_test.exe complete complete.exe complete_test complete_test.exe debug debug.exe helpers_test helpers_test.exe liner liner.exe log log.exe main main.exe node node.exe node_test node_test.exe quickfix quickfix.exe session_test session_test.exe terminal_unix terminal_unix.exe terminal_windows terminal_windows.exe utils utils.exe
rm -f /Users/ches/src/go/bin/gore
cd /Users/ches/src/go/src/github.com/motemen/gore/gocode
rm -f gocode.test gocode.test.exe
rm -f /Users/ches/src/go/pkg/darwin_amd64/github.com/motemen/gore/gocode.a

$ go clean -i github.com/motemen/gore...

$ which gore

$ tree $GOPATH/pkg/darwin_amd64/github.com/motemen/gore
/Users/ches/src/go/pkg/darwin_amd64/github.com/motemen/gore

0 directories, 0 files

# If that empty directory really bugs you...
$ rmdir $GOPATH/pkg/darwin_amd64/github.com/motemen/gore

$ rm -rf $GOPATH/src/github.com/motemen/gore

Note that this information is based on the go tool in Go version 1.5.1.

Disabling the button after once click

think simple

<button id="button1" onclick="Click();">ok</button>
<script>
    var buttonClick = false;
    function Click() {
        if (buttonClick) {
            return;
        }
        else {
            buttonClick = true;
            //todo
            alert("ok");
            //buttonClick = false;
        }
    }
</script>

if you want run once :)

PHP array() to javascript array()

When we convert PHP array into JS array then we get all values in string. For example:

var ars= '<?php echo json_encode($abc); ?>';

The issue in above method is when we try to get the first element of ars[0] then it gives us bracket where as in we need first element as compare to bracket so the better way to this is

var packing_slip_orders = JSON.parse('<?php echo json_encode($packing_slip_orders); ?>');

You should use json_parse after json_encode to get the accurate array result.

SQL Server SELECT LAST N Rows

Maybe a little late, but here is a simple select that solve your question.

SELECT * FROM "TABLE" T ORDER BY "T.ID_TABLE" DESC LIMIT 5;

Get the difference between two dates both In Months and days in sql

select 
  dt1, dt2,
  trunc( months_between(dt2,dt1) ) mths, 
  dt2 - add_months( dt1, trunc(months_between(dt2,dt1)) ) days
from
(
    select date '2012-01-01' dt1, date '2012-03-25' dt2 from dual union all
    select date '2012-01-01' dt1, date '2013-01-01' dt2 from dual union all
    select date '2012-01-01' dt1, date '2012-01-01' dt2 from dual union all
    select date '2012-02-28' dt1, date '2012-03-01' dt2 from dual union all
    select date '2013-02-28' dt1, date '2013-03-01' dt2 from dual union all
    select date '2013-02-28' dt1, date '2013-04-01' dt2 from dual union all
    select trunc(sysdate-1)  dt1, sysdate               from dual
) sample_data

Results:

|                        DT1 |                       DT2 | MTHS |     DAYS |
----------------------------------------------------------------------------
|  January, 01 2012 00:00:00 |   March, 25 2012 00:00:00 |    2 |       24 |
|  January, 01 2012 00:00:00 | January, 01 2013 00:00:00 |   12 |        0 |
|  January, 01 2012 00:00:00 | January, 01 2012 00:00:00 |    0 |        0 |
| February, 28 2012 00:00:00 |   March, 01 2012 00:00:00 |    0 |        2 |
| February, 28 2013 00:00:00 |   March, 01 2013 00:00:00 |    0 |        1 |
| February, 28 2013 00:00:00 |   April, 01 2013 00:00:00 |    1 |        1 |
|   August, 14 2013 00:00:00 |  August, 15 2013 05:47:26 |    0 | 1.241273 |

Link to test: SQLFiddle

JQuery - Set Attribute value

"True" and "False" do not work, to disable, set to value disabled.

$('.someElement').attr('disabled', 'disabled');

To enable, remove.

$('.someElement').removeAttr('disabled');

Also, don't worry about multiple items being selected, jQuery will operate on all of them that match. If you need just one you can use many things :first, :last, nth, etc.

You are using name and not id as other mention -- remember, if you use id valid xhtml requires the ids be unique.

Convert NaN to 0 in javascript

Please try this simple function

var NanValue = function (entry) {
    if(entry=="NaN") {
        return 0.00;
    } else {
        return entry;
    }
}

ASP.NET MVC Razor pass model to layout

Maybe it isnt technically the proper way to handle it, but the simplest and most reasonable solution for me is to just make a class and instantiate it in the layout. It is a one time exception to the otherwise correct way of doing it. If this is done more than in the layout then you need to seriously rethink what your doing and maybe read a few more tutorials before progressing further in your project.

public class MyLayoutModel {
    public User CurrentUser {
        get {
            .. get the current user ..
        }
    }
}

then in the view

@{
    // Or get if from your DI container
    var myLayoutModel = new MyLayoutModel();
}

in .net core you can even skip that and use dependency injection.

@inject My.Namespace.IMyLayoutModel myLayoutModel

It is one of those areas that is kind of shady. But given the extremely over complicated alternatives I am seeing here, I think it is more than an ok exception to make in the name of practicality. Especially if you make sure to keep it simple and make sure any heavy logic (I would argue that there really shouldnt be any, but requirements differ) is in another class/layer where it belongs. It is certainly better than polluting ALL of your controllers or models for the sake of basically just one view..

How to query the permissions on an Oracle directory?

Wasn't sure if you meant which Oracle users can read\write with the directory or the correlation of the permissions between Oracle Directory Object and the underlying Operating System Directory.

As DCookie has covered the Oracle side of the fence, the following is taken from the Oracle documentation found here.

Privileges granted for the directory are created independently of the permissions defined for the operating system directory, and the two may or may not correspond exactly. For example, an error occurs if sample user hr is granted READ privilege on the directory object but the corresponding operating system directory does not have READ permission defined for Oracle Database processes.

How do I exit a foreach loop in C#?

Just use the statement:

break;

Git branching: master vs. origin/master vs. remotes/origin/master

One clarification (and a point that confused me):

"remotes/origin/HEAD is the default branch" is not really correct.

remotes/origin/master was the default branch in the remote repository (last time you checked). HEAD is not a branch, it just points to a branch.

Think of HEAD as your working area. When you think of it this way then 'git checkout branchname' makes sense with respect to changing your working area files to be that of a particular branch. You "checkout" branch files into your working area. HEAD for all practical purposes is what is visible to you in your working area.

Save internal file in my own internal folder in Android

Save:

public boolean saveFile(Context context, String mytext){
    Log.i("TESTE", "SAVE");
    try {
        FileOutputStream fos = context.openFileOutput("file_name"+".txt",Context.MODE_PRIVATE);
        Writer out = new OutputStreamWriter(fos);
        out.write(mytext);
        out.close();
        return true;
    } catch (IOException e) {
        e.printStackTrace();
        return false;
    }
}

Load:

public String load(Context context){
    Log.i("TESTE", "FILE");
    try {
        FileInputStream fis = context.openFileInput("file_name"+".txt");
        BufferedReader r = new BufferedReader(new InputStreamReader(fis));
        String line= r.readLine();
        r.close();
        return line;
    } catch (IOException e) {
        e.printStackTrace();
        Log.i("TESTE", "FILE - false");
        return null;
    }
}

How to sparsely checkout only one single file from a git repository?

Say the file name is 123.txt, this works for me:

git checkout --theirs  123.txt

If the file is inside a directory A, make sure to specify it correctly:

git checkout --theirs  "A/123.txt"

VB.net Need Text Box to Only Accept Numbers

This worked for me... just clear the textbox completely as non-numeric keys are pressed.

Private Sub TextBox2_TextChanged(sender As Object, e As EventArgs) Handles TextBox2.TextChanged
    If IsNumeric(TextBox2.Text) Then
        'nada
    Else
        TextBox2.Clear()
    End If
End Sub

OnChange event using React JS for drop down

import React, { PureComponent, Fragment } from 'react';
import ReactDOM from 'react-dom';

class Select extends PureComponent {
  state = {
    options: [
      {
        name: 'Select…',
        value: null,
      },
      {
        name: 'A',
        value: 'a',
      },
      {
        name: 'B',
        value: 'b',
      },
      {
        name: 'C',
        value: 'c',
      },
    ],
    value: '?',
  };

  handleChange = (event) => {
    this.setState({ value: event.target.value });
  };

  render() {
    const { options, value } = this.state;

    return (
      <Fragment>
        <select onChange={this.handleChange} value={value}>
          {options.map(item => (
            <option key={item.value} value={item.value}>
              {item.name}
            </option>
          ))}
        </select>
        <h1>Favorite letter: {value}</h1>
      </Fragment>
    );
  }
}

ReactDOM.render(<Select />, window.document.body);

Make a link in the Android browser start up my app?

I think you'll want to look at the <intent-filter> element of your Mainfest file. Specifically, take a look at the documentation for the <data> sub-element.

Basically, what you'll need to do is define your own scheme. Something along the lines of:

<intent-filter>
    <data android:scheme="anton" />
    <action android:name="android.intent.action.VIEW" />
    <category android:name="android.intent.category.DEFAULT" />
    <category android:name="android.intent.category.BROWSABLE" /> <--Not positive if this one is needed
    ...
</intent-filter>

Then you should be able to launch your app with links that begin with the anton: URI scheme.

implementing merge sort in C++

I've rearranged the selected answer, used pointers for arrays and user input for number count is not pre-defined.

#include <iostream>

using namespace std;

void merge(int*, int*, int, int, int);

void mergesort(int *a, int*b, int start, int end) {
  int halfpoint;
  if (start < end) {
    halfpoint = (start + end) / 2;
    mergesort(a, b, start, halfpoint);
    mergesort(a, b, halfpoint + 1, end);
    merge(a, b, start, halfpoint, end);
  }
}

void merge(int *a, int *b, int start, int halfpoint, int end) {
  int h, i, j, k;
  h = start;
  i = start;
  j = halfpoint + 1;

  while ((h <= halfpoint) && (j <= end)) {
    if (a[h] <= a[j]) {
      b[i] = a[h];
      h++;
    } else {
      b[i] = a[j];
      j++;
    }
    i++;
  }
  if (h > halfpoint) {
    for (k = j; k <= end; k++) {
      b[i] = a[k];
      i++;
    }
  } else {
    for (k = h; k <= halfpoint; k++) {
      b[i] = a[k];
      i++;
    }
  }

  // Write the final sorted array to our original one
  for (k = start; k <= end; k++) {
    a[k] = b[k];
  }
}

int main(int argc, char** argv) {
  int num;
  cout << "How many numbers do you want to sort: ";
  cin >> num;
  int a[num];
  int b[num];
  for (int i = 0; i < num; i++) {
    cout << (i + 1) << ": ";
    cin >> a[i];
  }

  // Start merge sort
  mergesort(a, b, 0, num - 1);

  // Print the sorted array
  cout << endl;
  for (int i = 0; i < num; i++) {
    cout << a[i] << " ";
  }
  cout << endl;

  return 0;
}

What's the difference between RANK() and DENSE_RANK() functions in oracle?

Rank() SQL function generates rank of the data within ordered set of values but next rank after previous rank is row_number of that particular row. On the other hand, Dense_Rank() SQL function generates next number instead of generating row_number. Below is the SQL example which will clarify the concept:

Select ROW_NUMBER() over (order by Salary) as RowNum, Salary, 
RANK() over (order by Salary) as Rnk, 
DENSE_RANK() over (order by Salary) as DenseRnk from (
Select 1000 as Salary union all
Select 1000 as Salary union all
Select 1000 as Salary union all
Select 2000 as Salary union all
Select 3000 as Salary union all
Select 3000 as Salary union all
Select 8000 as Salary union all
Select 9000 as Salary) A

It will generate following output:

----------------------------
RowNum  Salary  Rnk DenseRnk
----------------------------
1       1000    1   1
2       1000    1   1
3       1000    1   1
4       2000    4   2
5       3000    5   3
6       3000    5   3
7       8000    7   4
8       9000    8   5

Get property value from string using reflection

Using PropertyInfo of the System.Reflection namespace. Reflection compiles just fine no matter what property we try to access. The error will come up during run-time.

    public static object GetObjProperty(object obj, string property)
    {
        Type t = obj.GetType();
        PropertyInfo p = t.GetProperty("Location");
        Point location = (Point)p.GetValue(obj, null);
        return location;
    }

It works fine to get the Location property of an object

Label1.Text = GetObjProperty(button1, "Location").ToString();

We'll get the Location : {X=71,Y=27} We can also return location.X or location.Y on the same way.

How can I set the focus (and display the keyboard) on my EditText programmatically

I finally figured out a solution and create a Kotlin class for it

object KeyboardUtils {

    fun showKeyboard(editText: EditText) {
        editText.requestFocus()
        val imm = editText.context.getSystemService(Context.INPUT_METHOD_SERVICE) as InputMethodManager
        imm.showSoftInput(editText, 0)
    }

    fun hideKeyboard(editText: EditText) {
        val imm = editText.context.getSystemService(Context.INPUT_METHOD_SERVICE) as InputMethodManager
        imm.hideSoftInputFromWindow(editText.windowToken, 0)
    }

}

How to "log in" to a website using Python's Requests module?

The requests.Session() solution assisted with logging into a form with CSRF Protection (as used in Flask-WTF forms). Check if a csrf_token is required as a hidden field and add it to the payload with the username and password:

import requests
from bs4 import BeautifulSoup

payload = {
    'email': '[email protected]',
    'password': 'passw0rd'
}     

with requests.Session() as sess:
    res = sess.get(server_name + '/signin')
    signin = BeautifulSoup(res._content, 'html.parser')
    payload['csrf_token'] = signin.find('input', id='csrf_token')['value']
    res = sess.post(server_name + '/auth/login', data=payload)

How can I easily view the contents of a datatable or dataview in the immediate window

I've not tried it myself, but Visual Studio 2005 (and later) support the concept of Debugger Visualizers. This allows you to customize how an object is shown in the IDE. Check out this article for more details.

http://davidhayden.com/blog/dave/archive/2005/12/26/2645.aspx

Can I have a video with transparent background using HTML5 video tag?

While this isn't possible with the video itself, you could use a canvas to draw the frames of the video except for pixels in a color range or whatever. It would take some javascript and such of course. See Video Puzzle (apparently broken at the moment), Exploding Video, and Realtime Video -> ASCII

How to generate UML diagrams (especially sequence diagrams) from Java code?

ObjectAid UML Explorer

Is what I used. It is easily installed from the repository:

Name:     ObjectAid UML Explorer
Location: http://www.objectaid.com/update/current

And produces quite nice UML diagrams:

Screenshot

Description from the website:

The ObjectAid UML Explorer is different from other UML tools. It uses the UML notation to show a graphical representation of existing code that is as accurate and up-to-date as your text editor, while being very easy to use. Several unique features make this possible:

  • Your source code and libraries are the model that is displayed, they are not reverse engineered into a different format.
  • If you update your code in Eclipse, your diagram is updated as well; there is no need to reverse engineer source code.
  • Refactoring updates your diagram as well as your source code. When you rename a field or move a class, your diagram simply reflects the changes without going out of sync.
  • All diagrams in your Eclipse workspace are updated with refactoring changes as appropriate. If necessary, they are checked out of your version control system.
  • Diagrams are fully integrated into the Eclipse IDE. You can drag Java classes from any other view onto the diagram, and diagram-related information is shown in other views wherever applicable.

Objective-C ARC: strong vs retain and weak vs assign

After reading so many articles Stackoverflow posts and demo applications to check variable property attributes, I decided to put all the attributes information together:

  1. atomic //default
  2. nonatomic
  3. strong=retain //default
  4. weak
  5. retain
  6. assign //default
  7. unsafe_unretained
  8. copy
  9. readonly
  10. readwrite //default

Below is the detailed article link where you can find above mentioned all attributes, that will definitely help you. Many thanks to all the people who give best answers here!!

Variable property attributes or Modifiers in iOS

1.strong (iOS4 = retain )

  • it says "keep this in the heap until I don't point to it anymore"
  • in other words " I'am the owner, you cannot dealloc this before aim fine with that same as retain"
  • You use strong only if you need to retain the object.
  • By default all instance variables and local variables are strong pointers.
  • We generally use strong for UIViewControllers (UI item's parents)
  • strong is used with ARC and it basically helps you , by not having to worry about the retain count of an object. ARC automatically releases it for you when you are done with it.Using the keyword strong means that you own the object.

Example:

@property (strong, nonatomic) ViewController *viewController;

@synthesize viewController;

2.weak -

  • it says "keep this as long as someone else points to it strongly"
  • the same thing as assign, no retain or release
  • A "weak" reference is a reference that you do not retain.
  • We generally use weak for IBOutlets (UIViewController's Childs).This works because the child object only needs to exist as long as the parent object does.
  • a weak reference is a reference that does not protect the referenced object from collection by a garbage collector.
  • Weak is essentially assign, a unretained property. Except the when the object is deallocated the weak pointer is automatically set to nil

Example :

@property (weak, nonatomic) IBOutlet UIButton *myButton;

@synthesize myButton;

Strong & Weak Explanation, Thanks to BJ Homer:

Imagine our object is a dog, and that the dog wants to run away (be deallocated).

Strong pointers are like a leash on the dog. As long as you have the leash attached to the dog, the dog will not run away. If five people attach their leash to one dog, (five strong pointers to one object), then the dog will not run away until all five leashes are detached.

Weak pointers, on the other hand, are like little kids pointing at the dog and saying "Look! A dog!" As long as the dog is still on the leash, the little kids can still see the dog, and they'll still point to it. As soon as all the leashes are detached, though, the dog runs away no matter how many little kids are pointing to it.

As soon as the last strong pointer (leash) no longer points to an object, the object will be deallocated, and all weak pointers will be zeroed out.

When we use weak?

The only time you would want to use weak, is if you wanted to avoid retain cycles (e.g. the parent retains the child and the child retains the parent so neither is ever released).

3.retain = strong

  • it is retained, old value is released and it is assigned retain specifies the new value should be sent
  • retain on assignment and the old value sent -release
  • retain is the same as strong.
  • apple says if you write retain it will auto converted/work like strong only.
  • methods like "alloc" include an implicit "retain"

Example:

@property (nonatomic, retain) NSString *name;

@synthesize name;

4.assign

  • assign is the default and simply performs a variable assignment
  • assign is a property attribute that tells the compiler how to synthesize the property's setter implementation
  • I would use assign for C primitive properties and weak for weak references to Objective-C objects.

Example:

@property (nonatomic, assign) NSString *address;

@synthesize address;

TransactionRequiredException Executing an update/delete query

In my case, I had the wrong @Transactional imported.

The correct one is:

import org.springframework.transaction.annotation.Transactional;

and not

import javax.transaction.Transactional;

How to dynamically create generic C# object using reflection?

I know this question is resolved but, for the benefit of anyone else reading it; if you have all of the types involved as strings, you could do this as a one liner:

IYourInterface o = (Activator.CreateInstance(Type.GetType("Namespace.TaskA`1[OtherNamespace.TypeParam]") as IYourInterface);

Whenever I've done this kind of thing, I've had an interface which I wanted subsequent code to utilise, so I've casted the created instance to an interface.

Failed to load the JNI shared Library (JDK)

I had same problem

I resolved it by installing 64 bit JVM from

http://www.java.com/en/download/manual.jsp

How to get the start time of a long-running Linux process?

ls -ltrh /proc | grep YOUR-PID-HERE

For example, my Google Chrome's PID is 11583:

ls -l /proc | grep 11583
dr-xr-xr-x  7 adam       adam                     0 2011-04-20 16:34 11583

jQuery issue in Internet Explorer 8

In short, it's because of the IE8 parsing engine.

Guess why Microsoft has trouble working with the new HTML5 tags (like "section") too? It's because MS decided that they will not use regular XML parsing, like the rest of the world. Yes, that's right - they did a ton of propaganda on XML but in the end, they fall back on a "stupid" parsing engine looking for "known tags" and messing stuff up when something new comes around.

Same goes for IE8 and the jquery issue with "load", "get" and "post". Again, Microsoft decided to "walk their own path" with version 8. Hoping that they solve(d) this in IE9, the only current option is to fall back on IE7 parsing with <meta http-equiv="X-UA-Compatible" content="IE=EmulateIE7" />.

Oh well... what a surprise that Microsoft made us post stuff on forums again. ;)

How to unset (remove) a collection element after fetching it?

If you know the key which you unset then put directly by comma separated

unset($attr['placeholder'], $attr['autocomplete']);

How to show MessageBox on asp.net?

I took the code from the brilliant @KrisVanDerMast and made it wrapped up in a static method that can be called as many times as you want on the same page!

/// <summary>
/// Shows a basic MessageBox on the passed in page
/// </summary>
/// <param name="page">The Page object to show the message on</param>
/// <param name="message">The message to show</param>
/// <returns></returns>
public static ShowMessageBox(Page page, string message)
{
    Type cstype = page.GetType();

    // Get a ClientScriptManager reference from the Page class.
    ClientScriptManager cs = page.ClientScript;

    // Find the first unregistered script number
    int ScriptNumber = 0;
    bool ScriptRegistered = false;
    do
    {
        ScriptNumber++;
        ScriptRegistered = cs.IsStartupScriptRegistered(cstype, "PopupScript" + ScriptNumber);
    } while (ScriptRegistered == true);

    //Execute the new script number that we found
    cs.RegisterStartupScript(cstype, "PopupScript" + ScriptNumber, "alert('" + message + "');", true);
}

Using CSS to affect div style inside iframe

probably not the way you are thinking. the iframe would have to <link> in the css file too. AND you can't do it even with javascript if it's on a different domain.

Running SSH Agent when starting Git Bash on Windows

I could not get this to work based off the best answer, probably because I'm such a PC noob and missing something obvious. But just FYI in case it helps someone as challenged as me, what has FINALLY worked was through one of the links here (referenced in the answers). This involved simply pasting the following to my .bash_profile:

env=~/.ssh/agent.env

agent_load_env () { test -f "$env" && . "$env" >| /dev/null ; }

agent_start () {
    (umask 077; ssh-agent >| "$env")
    . "$env" >| /dev/null ; }

agent_load_env

# agent_run_state: 0=agent running w/ key; 1=agent w/o key; 2= agent not running
agent_run_state=$(ssh-add -l >| /dev/null 2>&1; echo $?)

if [ ! "$SSH_AUTH_SOCK" ] || [ $agent_run_state = 2 ]; then
    agent_start
    ssh-add
elif [ "$SSH_AUTH_SOCK" ] && [ $agent_run_state = 1 ]; then
    ssh-add
fi

unset env

I probably have something configured weird, but was not successful when I added it to my .profile or .bashrc. The other real challenge I've run into is I'm not an admin on this computer and can't change the environment variables without getting it approved by IT, so this is a solution for those that can't access that.

You know it's working if you're prompted for your ssh password when you open git bash. Hallelujah something finally worked.

How could others, on a local network, access my NodeJS app while it's running on my machine?

put this codes in your server.js :

app.set('port', (80))
app.listen(app.get('port'), () => {
console.log('Node app is running on port', app.get('port'))
})

after that if you can't access app on network disable firewall like this :

enter image description here

How to terminate a window in tmux?

Generally:

tmux kill-window -t window-number

So for example, if you are in window 1 and you want to kill window 9:

tmux kill-window -t 9

How to plot a 2D FFT in Matlab?

Here is an example from my HOW TO Matlab page:

close all; clear all;

img   = imread('lena.tif','tif');
imagesc(img)
img   = fftshift(img(:,:,2));
F     = fft2(img);

figure;

imagesc(100*log(1+abs(fftshift(F)))); colormap(gray); 
title('magnitude spectrum');

figure;
imagesc(angle(F));  colormap(gray);
title('phase spectrum');

This gives the magnitude spectrum and phase spectrum of the image. I used a color image, but you can easily adjust it to use gray image as well.

ps. I just noticed that on Matlab 2012a the above image is no longer included. So, just replace the first line above with say

img = imread('ngc6543a.jpg');

and it will work. I used an older version of Matlab to make the above example and just copied it here.

On the scaling factor

When we plot the 2D Fourier transform magnitude, we need to scale the pixel values using log transform to expand the range of the dark pixels into the bright region so we can better see the transform. We use a c value in the equation

s = c log(1+r) 

There is no known way to pre detrmine this scale that I know. Just need to try different values to get on you like. I used 100 in the above example.

enter image description here

How can I use Oracle SQL developer to run stored procedures?

There are two possibilities, both from Quest Software, TOAD & SQL Navigator:

Here is the TOAD Freeware download: http://www.toadworld.com/Downloads/FreewareandTrials/ToadforOracleFreeware/tabid/558/Default.aspx

And the SQL Navigator (trial version): http://www.quest.com/sql-navigator/software-downloads.aspx

How to uninstall a Windows Service when there is no executable for it left on the system?

Here is the powershell script to delete a service foo

$foo= Get-WmiObject -Class Win32_Service -Filter "Name='foo'"
$foo.delete()

"Unable to find remote helper for 'https'" during git clone

I had the exact same issue and it boiled down to an unmet dependency, however, I tried the accepted answer's solution and it did not work.

What finally worked for me was installing all of the following (this is RedHat):

sudo yum install curl-devel expat-devel gettext-devel openssl-devel zlib-devel

Afterwards, I ran the other commands as specified and it worked:

./configure
make
sudo make prefix=/usr/local install

I pulled the list of dependencies directly from Git's website. Apparently I should have started there :/

T-SQL and the WHERE LIKE %Parameter% clause

It should be:

...
WHERE LastName LIKE '%' + @LastName + '%';

Instead of:

...
WHERE LastName LIKE '%@LastName%'

How to add a Hint in spinner in XML

For Kotlin !!

Custom Array adapter to hide the last item of the spinner

 import android.content.Context
 import android.widget.ArrayAdapter
 import android.widget.Spinner

 class HintAdapter<T>(context: Context, resource: Int, objects: Array<T>) :
    ArrayAdapter<T>(context, resource, objects) {

    override fun getCount(): Int {
        val count = super.getCount()
        // The last item will be the hint.
        return if (count > 0) count - 1 else count
    }
}

Spinner Extension function to set hint on spinner

fun Spinner.addHintWithArray(context: Context, stringArrayResId: Int) {
    val hintAdapter =
        HintAdapter<String>(
            context,
            android.R.layout.simple_spinner_dropdown_item,
            context.resources.getStringArray(stringArrayResId)
        )
    hintAdapter.setDropDownViewResource(android.R.layout.simple_spinner_dropdown_item)
    adapter = hintAdapter
    setSelection(hintAdapter.count)
}

How to use: add the extension by passing context and array on Spinner

spinnerMonth.addHintWithArray(context, R.array.months)

Note: The hint should be the last item of your string array

<string-array name="months">
    <item>Jan</item>
    <item>Feb</item>
    <item>Mar</item>
    <item>Apr</item>
    <item>May</item>
    <item>Months</item>
</string-array>

How to compile multiple java source files in command line

or you can use the following to compile the all java source files in current directory..

javac *.java

What is the difference between dict.items() and dict.iteritems() in Python2?

If you have

dict = {key1:value1, key2:value2, key3:value3,...}

In Python 2, dict.items() copies each tuples and returns the list of tuples in dictionary i.e. [(key1,value1), (key2,value2), ...]. Implications are that the whole dictionary is copied to new list containing tuples

dict = {i: i * 2 for i in xrange(10000000)}  
# Slow and memory hungry.
for key, value in dict.items():
    print(key,":",value)

dict.iteritems() returns the dictionary item iterator. The value of the item returned is also the same i.e. (key1,value1), (key2,value2), ..., but this is not a list. This is only dictionary item iterator object. That means less memory usage (50% less).

  • Lists as mutable snapshots: d.items() -> list(d.items())
  • Iterator objects: d.iteritems() -> iter(d.items())

The tuples are the same. You compared tuples in each so you get same.

dict = {i: i * 2 for i in xrange(10000000)}  
# More memory efficient.
for key, value in dict.iteritems():
    print(key,":",value)

In Python 3, dict.items() returns iterator object. dict.iteritems() is removed so there is no more issue.

Create table using Javascript

This should work (from a few alterations to your code above).

_x000D_
_x000D_
function tableCreate() {_x000D_
  var body = document.getElementsByTagName('body')[0];_x000D_
  var tbl = document.createElement('table');_x000D_
  tbl.style.width = '100%';_x000D_
  tbl.setAttribute('border', '1');_x000D_
  var tbdy = document.createElement('tbody');_x000D_
  for (var i = 0; i < 3; i++) {_x000D_
    var tr = document.createElement('tr');_x000D_
    for (var j = 0; j < 2; j++) {_x000D_
      if (i == 2 && j == 1) {_x000D_
        break_x000D_
      } else {_x000D_
        var td = document.createElement('td');_x000D_
        td.appendChild(document.createTextNode('\u0020'))_x000D_
        i == 1 && j == 1 ? td.setAttribute('rowSpan', '2') : null;_x000D_
        tr.appendChild(td)_x000D_
      }_x000D_
    }_x000D_
    tbdy.appendChild(tr);_x000D_
  }_x000D_
  tbl.appendChild(tbdy);_x000D_
  body.appendChild(tbl)_x000D_
}_x000D_
tableCreate();
_x000D_
_x000D_
_x000D_

The type or namespace name could not be found

It is also possible, that the referenced projects targets .NET 4.0, while the Console App Project targets .NET 4.0 Client Library.

While it might not have been related to this particular case, I think someone else can find this information useful.

`require': no such file to load -- mkmf (LoadError)

I also needed build-essential installed:

sudo apt-get install build-essential

In Oracle, is it possible to INSERT or UPDATE a record through a view?

Oracle has two different ways of making views updatable:-

  1. The view is "key preserved" with respect to what you are trying to update. This means the primary key of the underlying table is in the view and the row appears only once in the view. This means Oracle can figure out exactly which underlying table row to update OR
  2. You write an instead of trigger.

I would stay away from instead-of triggers and get your code to update the underlying tables directly rather than through the view.

Return list from async/await method

You need to correct your code to wait for the list to be downloaded:

List<Item> list = await GetListAsync();

Also, make sure that the method, where this code is located, has async modifier.

The reason why you get this error is that GetListAsync method returns a Task<T> which is not a completed result. As your list is downloaded asynchronously (because of Task.Run()) you need to "extract" the value from the task using the await keyword.

If you remove Task.Run(), you list will be downloaded synchronously and you don't need to use Task, async or await.

One more suggestion: you don't need to await in GetListAsync method if the only thing you do is just delegating the operation to a different thread, so you can shorten your code to the following:

private Task<List<Item>> GetListAsync(){
    return Task.Run(() => manager.GetList());
}

Laravel Eloquent: Ordering results of all()

You could still use sortBy (at the collection level) instead of orderBy (at the query level) if you still want to use all() since it returns a collection of objects.

Ascending Order

$results = Project::all()->sortBy("name");

Descending Order

$results = Project::all()->sortByDesc("name");

Check out the documentation about Collections for more details.

https://laravel.com/docs/5.1/collections

Returning unique_ptr from functions

This is in no way specific to std::unique_ptr, but applies to any class that is movable. It's guaranteed by the language rules since you are returning by value. The compiler tries to elide copies, invokes a move constructor if it can't remove copies, calls a copy constructor if it can't move, and fails to compile if it can't copy.

If you had a function that accepts std::unique_ptr as an argument you wouldn't be able to pass p to it. You would have to explicitly invoke move constructor, but in this case you shouldn't use variable p after the call to bar().

void bar(std::unique_ptr<int> p)
{
    // ...
}

int main()
{
    unique_ptr<int> p = foo();
    bar(p); // error, can't implicitly invoke move constructor on lvalue
    bar(std::move(p)); // OK but don't use p afterwards
    return 0;
}

Counting the number of occurences of characters in a string

Try this:

import java.util.Scanner;

    /* Logic: Consider first character in the string and start counting occurrence of        
              this character in the entire string. Now add this character to a empty
              string "temp" to keep track of the already counted characters.
              Next start counting from next character and start counting the character        
              only if it is not present in the "temp" string( which means only if it is
              not counted already)
public class Counting_Occurences {

    public static void main(String[] args) {


        Scanner input=new Scanner(System.in);
        System.out.println("Enter String");
        String str=input.nextLine();

        int count=0;
        String temp=""; // An empty string to keep track of counted
                                    // characters


        for(int i=0;i<str.length();i++)
        {

            char c=str.charAt(i);  // take one character (c) in string

            for(int j=i;j<str.length();j++)
            {

                char k=str.charAt(j);  
    // take one character (c) and compare with each character (k) in the string
            // also check that character (c) is not already counted.
            // if condition passes then increment the count.
                if(c==k && temp.indexOf(c)==-1)                                                                          
                {

                    count=count+1;

                }

            }

             if(temp.indexOf(c)==-1)  // if it is not already counted
             {


            temp=temp+c; // append the character to the temp indicating
                                         // that you have already counted it.

System.out.println("Character   " + c + "   occurs   " + count + "    times");
             }  
            // reset the counter for next iteration 
              count=0;

        }


    }


}

What does "async: false" do in jQuery.ajax()?

Setting async to false means the instructions following the ajax request will have to wait for the request to complete. Below is one case where one have to set async to false, for the code to work properly.

var phpData = (function get_php_data() {
  var php_data;
  $.ajax({
    url: "http://somesite/v1/api/get_php_data",
    async: false, 
    //very important: else php_data will be returned even before we get Json from the url
    dataType: 'json',
    success: function (json) {
      php_data = json;
    }
  });
  return php_data;
})();

Above example clearly explains the usage of async:false

By setting it to false, we have made sure that once the data is retreived from the url ,only after that return php_data; is called

How to build a query string for a URL in C#?

Same as accepted solution, but transfred to "dot" LINQ syntax...

private string ToQueryString(NameValueCollection nvc)
{
    if (nvc == null) return String.Empty;
    var queryParams = 
          string.Join("&", nvc.AllKeys.Select(key => 
              string.Join("&", nvc.GetValues(key).Select(v => string.Format("{0}={1}", HttpUtility.UrlEncode(key), HttpUtility.UrlEncode(v))))));
    return "?" + queryParams;
}

I forgot the password I entered during postgres installation

For Windows installation, a Windows user is created. And "psql" use this user for connection to the port. If you change the PostgreSQL user's password, it won't change the Windows one. The commandline juste below works only if you have access to commandline.

Instead you could use Windows GUI application "c:\Windows\system32\lusrmgr.exe". This app manage users created by Windows. So you can now modify the password.

Remove Project from Android Studio

MAKE IT SIMPLE

  1. Open Project
  2. Go to AndroidStudioProjects Folder
  3. Right click on the project name to delete
  4. click Delete

Delete Android Studio Project

Trying to merge 2 dataframes but get ValueError

At first check the type of columns which you want to merge. You will see one of them is string where other one is int. Then convert it to int as following code:

df["something"] = df["something"].astype(int)

merged = df.merge[df1, on="something"]

Unresolved external symbol on static class members

In my case, I was using wrong linking.
It was managed c++ (cli) but with native exporting. I have added to linker -> input -> assembly link resource the dll of the library from which the function is exported. But native c++ linking requires .lib file to "see" implementations in cpp correctly, so for me helped to add the .lib file to linker -> input -> additional dependencies.
[Usually managed code does not use dll export and import, it uses references, but that was unique situation.]

angular-cli server - how to specify default port

You can now specify the port in the .angular-cli.json under the defaults:

"defaults": {
  "styleExt": "scss",
  "serve": {
    "port": 8080
  },
  "component": {}
}

Tested in angular-cli v1.0.6

Is < faster than <=?

They have the same speed. Maybe in some special architecture what he/she said is right, but in the x86 family at least I know they are the same. Because for doing this the CPU will do a substraction (a - b) and then check the flags of the flag register. Two bits of that register are called ZF (zero Flag) and SF (sign flag), and it is done in one cycle, because it will do it with one mask operation.

How to install a plugin in Jenkins manually

Update for Docker: use the install-plugins.sh script. It takes a list of plugin names minus the '-plugin' extension. See the description here.

install-plugins.sh replaces the deprecated plugins.sh which now warns :

WARN: plugins.sh is deprecated, please switch to install-plugins.sh

To use a plugins.txt as per plugins.sh see this issue and this workaround:

RUN /usr/local/bin/install-plugins.sh $(cat /usr/share/jenkins/plugins.txt | tr '\n' ' ')

Set a cookie to HttpOnly via Javascript

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

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

Java : Comparable vs Comparator

When your class implements Comparable, the compareTo method of the class is defining the "natural" ordering of that object. That method is contractually obligated (though not demanded) to be in line with other methods on that object, such as a 0 should always be returned for objects when the .equals() comparisons return true.

A Comparator is its own definition of how to compare two objects, and can be used to compare objects in a way that might not align with the natural ordering.

For example, Strings are generally compared alphabetically. Thus the "a".compareTo("b") would use alphabetical comparisons. If you wanted to compare Strings on length, you would need to write a custom comparator.

In short, there isn't much difference. They are both ends to similar means. In general implement comparable for natural order, (natural order definition is obviously open to interpretation), and write a comparator for other sorting or comparison needs.

Check if datetime instance falls in between other two datetime objects

Write yourself a Helper function:

public static bool IsBewteenTwoDates(this DateTime dt, DateTime start, DateTime end)
{
    return dt >= start && dt <= end;
}

Then call: .IsBewteenTwoDates(DateTime.Today ,new DateTime(,,));

How do I unbind "hover" in jQuery?

unbind() doesn't work with hardcoded inline events.

So, for example, if you want to unbind the mouseover event from <div id="some_div" onmouseover="do_something();">, I found that $('#some_div').attr('onmouseover','') is a quick and dirty way to achieve it.

What is a "bundle" in an Android application

Just create a bundle,


Bundle simple_bundle=new Bundle();
simple_bundle.putString("item1","value1");
Intent i=new Intent(getApplicationContext(),this_is_the_next_class.class);
i.putExtras(simple_bundle);
startActivity(i);

IN the "this_is_the_next_class.class"

You can retrieve the items like this.

Intent receive_i=getIntent();
Bundle my_bundle_received=receive_i.getExtras();
my_bundle_received.get("item1");
Log.d("Value","--"+my_bundle_received.get("item1").toString);

Disabling Warnings generated via _CRT_SECURE_NO_DEPRECATE

you can disable security check. go to

Project -> Properties -> Configuration properties -> C/C++ -> Code Generation -> Security Check

and select Disable Security Check (/GS-)

Specifying java version in maven - differences between properties and compiler plugin

How to specify the JDK version?

Use any of three ways: (1) Spring Boot feature, or use Maven compiler plugin with either (2) source & target or (3) with release.

Spring Boot

  1. <java.version> is not referenced in the Maven documentation.
    It is a Spring Boot specificity.
    It allows to set the source and the target java version with the same version such as this one to specify java 1.8 for both :

    1.8

Feel free to use it if you use Spring Boot.

maven-compiler-plugin with source & target

  1. Using maven-compiler-plugin or maven.compiler.source/maven.compiler.target properties are equivalent.

That is indeed :

<plugins>
    <plugin>    
        <artifactId>maven-compiler-plugin</artifactId>
        <configuration>
            <source>1.8</source>
            <target>1.8</target>
        </configuration>
    </plugin>
</plugins>

is equivalent to :

<properties>
    <maven.compiler.source>1.8</maven.compiler.source>
    <maven.compiler.target>1.8</maven.compiler.target>
</properties>

according to the Maven documentation of the compiler plugin since the <source> and the <target> elements in the compiler configuration use the properties maven.compiler.source and maven.compiler.target if they are defined.

source

The -source argument for the Java compiler.
Default value is: 1.6.
User property is: maven.compiler.source.

target

The -target argument for the Java compiler.
Default value is: 1.6.
User property is: maven.compiler.target.

About the default values for source and target, note that since the 3.8.0 of the maven compiler, the default values have changed from 1.5 to 1.6.

maven-compiler-plugin with release instead of source & target

  1. The maven-compiler-plugin 3.6 and later versions provide a new way :

    org.apache.maven.plugins maven-compiler-plugin 3.8.0 9

You could also declare just :

<properties>
    <maven.compiler.release>9</maven.compiler.release>
</properties>

But at this time it will not work as the maven-compiler-plugin default version you use doesn't rely on a recent enough version.

The Maven release argument conveys release : a new JVM standard option that we could pass from Java 9 :

Compiles against the public, supported and documented API for a specific VM version.

This way provides a standard way to specify the same version for the source, the target and the bootstrap JVM options.
Note that specifying the bootstrap is a good practice for cross compilations and it will not hurt if you don't make cross compilations either.


Which is the best way to specify the JDK version?

The first way (<java.version>) is allowed only if you use Spring Boot.

For Java 8 and below :

About the two other ways : valuing the maven.compiler.source/maven.compiler.target properties or using the maven-compiler-plugin, you can use one or the other. It changes nothing in the facts since finally the two solutions rely on the same properties and the same mechanism : the maven core compiler plugin.

Well, if you don't need to specify other properties or behavior than Java versions in the compiler plugin, using this way makes more sense as this is more concise:

<properties>
    <maven.compiler.source>1.8</maven.compiler.source>
    <maven.compiler.target>1.8</maven.compiler.target>
</properties>

From Java 9 :

The release argument (third point) is a way to strongly consider if you want to use the same version for the source and the target.

What happens if the version differs between the JDK in JAVA_HOME and which one specified in the pom.xml?

It is not a problem if the JDK referenced by the JAVA_HOME is compatible with the version specified in the pom but to ensure a better cross-compilation compatibility think about adding the bootstrap JVM option with as value the path of the rt.jar of the target version.

An important thing to consider is that the source and the target version in the Maven configuration should not be superior to the JDK version referenced by the JAVA_HOME.
A older version of the JDK cannot compile with a more recent version since it doesn't know its specification.

To get information about the source, target and release supported versions according to the used JDK, please refer to java compilation : source, target and release supported versions.


How handle the case of JDK referenced by the JAVA_HOME is not compatible with the java target and/or source versions specified in the pom?

For example, if your JAVA_HOME refers to a JDK 1.7 and you specify a JDK 1.8 as source and target in the compiler configuration of your pom.xml, it will be a problem because as explained, the JDK 1.7 doesn't know how to compile with.
From its point of view, it is an unknown JDK version since it was released after it.
In this case, you should configure the Maven compiler plugin to specify the JDK in this way :

<plugin>
    <groupId>org.apache.maven.plugins</groupId>
    <artifactId>maven-compiler-plugin</artifactId>
    <configuration>
        <source>1.8</source>
        <target>1.8</target>
        <compilerVersion>1.8</compilerVersion>      
        <fork>true</fork>
        <executable>D:\jdk1.8\bin\javac</executable>                
    </configuration>
</plugin>

You could have more details in examples with maven compiler plugin.


It is not asked but cases where that may be more complicated is when you specify source but not target. It may use a different version in target according to the source version. Rules are particular : you can read about them in the Cross-Compilation Options part.


Why the compiler plugin is traced in the output at the execution of the Maven package goal even if you don't specify it in the pom.xml?

To compile your code and more generally to perform all tasks required for a maven goal, Maven needs tools. So, it uses core Maven plugins (you recognize a core Maven plugin by its groupId : org.apache.maven.plugins) to do the required tasks : compiler plugin for compiling classes, test plugin for executing tests, and so for... So, even if you don't declare these plugins, they are bound to the execution of the Maven lifecycle.
At the root dir of your Maven project, you can run the command : mvn help:effective-pom to get the final pom effectively used. You could see among other information, attached plugins by Maven (specified or not in your pom.xml), with the used version, their configuration and the executed goals for each phase of the lifecycle.

In the output of the mvn help:effective-pom command, you could see the declaration of these core plugins in the <build><plugins> element, for example :

...
<plugin>
   <artifactId>maven-clean-plugin</artifactId>
   <version>2.5</version>
   <executions>
     <execution>
       <id>default-clean</id>
       <phase>clean</phase>
       <goals>
         <goal>clean</goal>
       </goals>
     </execution>
   </executions>
 </plugin>
 <plugin>
   <artifactId>maven-resources-plugin</artifactId>
   <version>2.6</version>
   <executions>
     <execution>
       <id>default-testResources</id>
       <phase>process-test-resources</phase>
       <goals>
         <goal>testResources</goal>
       </goals>
     </execution>
     <execution>
       <id>default-resources</id>
       <phase>process-resources</phase>
       <goals>
         <goal>resources</goal>
       </goals>
     </execution>
   </executions>
 </plugin>
 <plugin>
   <artifactId>maven-compiler-plugin</artifactId>
   <version>3.1</version>
   <executions>
     <execution>
       <id>default-compile</id>
       <phase>compile</phase>
       <goals>
         <goal>compile</goal>
       </goals>
     </execution>
     <execution>
       <id>default-testCompile</id>
       <phase>test-compile</phase>
       <goals>
         <goal>testCompile</goal>
       </goals>
     </execution>
   </executions>
 </plugin>
  ...

You can have more information about it in the introduction of the Maven lifeycle in the Maven documentation.

Nevertheless, you can declare these plugins when you want to configure them with other values as default values (for example, you did it when you declared the maven-compiler plugin in your pom.xml to adjust the JDK version to use) or when you want to add some plugin executions not used by default in the Maven lifecycle.

How to convert DateTime to/from specific string format (both ways, e.g. given Format is "yyyyMMdd")?

It's the Simple way to convert to format

 DateTime.Now.ToString("yyyyMMdd");

Change status bar text color to light in iOS 9 with Objective-C

  1. Add a key in your info.plist file UIViewControllerBasedStatusBarAppearance and set it to YES.

  2. In viewDidLoad method of your ViewController add a method call:

    [self setNeedsStatusBarAppearanceUpdate];
    
  3. Then paste the following method in viewController file:

    - (UIStatusBarStyle)preferredStatusBarStyle
    { 
        return UIStatusBarStyleLightContent; 
    }
    

How to implement a Map with multiple keys?

What about you declare the following "Key" class:

public class Key {
   public Object key1, key2, ..., keyN;

   public Key(Object key1, Object key2, ..., Object keyN) {
      this.key1 = key1;
      this.key2 = key2;
      ...
      this.keyN = keyN;
   }

   @Override   
   public boolean equals(Object obj) {
      if (!(obj instanceof Key))
        return false;
      Key ref = (Key) obj;
      return this.key1.equals(ref.key1) && 
          this.key2.equals(ref.key2) &&
          ...
          this.keyN.equals(ref.keyN)
   }

    @Override
    public int hashCode() {
        return key1.hashCode() ^ key2.hashCode() ^ 
            ... ^ keyN.hashCode();
    }

}

Declaring the Map

Map<Key, Double> map = new HashMap<Key,Double>();

Declaring the key object

Key key = new Key(key1, key2, ..., keyN)

Filling the map

map.put(key, new Double(0))

Getting the object from the map

Double result = map.get(key);

Export to CSV via PHP

Just for the record, concatenation is waaaaaay faster (I mean it) than fputcsv or even implode; And the file size is smaller:

// The data from Eternal Oblivion is an object, always
$values = (array) fetchDataFromEternalOblivion($userId, $limit = 1000);

// ----- fputcsv (slow)
// The code of @Alain Tiemblo is the best implementation
ob_start();
$csv = fopen("php://output", 'w');
fputcsv($csv, array_keys(reset($values)));
foreach ($values as $row) {
    fputcsv($csv, $row);
}
fclose($csv);
return ob_get_clean();

// ----- implode (slow, but file size is smaller)
$csv = implode(",", array_keys(reset($values))) . PHP_EOL;
foreach ($values as $row) {
    $csv .= '"' . implode('","', $row) . '"' . PHP_EOL;
}
return $csv;
// ----- concatenation (fast, file size is smaller)
// We can use one implode for the headers =D
$csv = implode(",", array_keys(reset($values))) . PHP_EOL;
$i = 1;
// This is less flexible, but we have more control over the formatting
foreach ($values as $row) {
    $csv .= '"' . $row['id'] . '",';
    $csv .= '"' . $row['name'] . '",';
    $csv .= '"' . date('d-m-Y', strtotime($row['date'])) . '",';
    $csv .= '"' . ($row['pet_name'] ?: '-' ) . '",';
    $csv .= PHP_EOL;
}
return $csv;

This is the conclusion of the optimization of several reports, from ten to thousands rows. The three examples worked fine under 1000 rows, but fails when the data was bigger.

Dynamic SQL - EXEC(@SQL) versus EXEC SP_EXECUTESQL(@SQL)

  1. Declare the variable
  2. Set it by your command and add dynamic parts like use parameter values of sp(here @IsMonday and @IsTuesday are sp params)
  3. execute the command

    declare  @sql varchar (100)
    set @sql ='select * from #td1'
    
    if (@IsMonday+@IsTuesday !='')
    begin
    set @sql= @sql+' where PickupDay in ('''+@IsMonday+''','''+@IsTuesday+''' )'
    end
    exec( @sql)
    

Jquery select this + class

Well using find is the best option here

just simply use like this

$(".class").click(function(){
        $("this").find('.subclass').css("visibility","visible");
})

and if there are many classes with the same name class its always better to give the class name of parent class like this

$(".parent .class").click(function(){
            $("this").find('.subclass').css("visibility","visible");
    })

Subscript out of range error in this Excel VBA script

This looks a little better than your previous version but get rid of that .Activate on that line and see if you still get that error.

Dim sh1 As Worksheet
set sh1 = Workbooks.Add(filenum(lngPosition) & ".csv")

Creates a worksheet object. Not until you create that object do you want to start working with it. Once you have that object you can do the following:

sh1.Range("A69").Paste
sh1.Range("A69").Select

The sh1. explicitely tells Excel which object you are saying to work with... otherwise if you start selecting other worksheets while this code is running you could wind up pasting data to the wrong place.

Round up value to nearest whole number in SQL UPDATE

If you want to round off then use the round function. Use ceiling function when you want to get the smallest integer just greater than your argument.

For ex: select round(843.4923423423,0) from dual gives you 843 and

select round(843.6923423423,0) from dual gives you 844

What is the largest Safe UDP Packet Size on the Internet

It is true that a typical IPv4 header is 20 bytes, and the UDP header is 8 bytes. However it is possible to include IP options which can increase the size of the IP header to as much as 60 bytes. In addition, sometimes it is necessary for intermediate nodes to encapsulate datagrams inside of another protocol such as IPsec (used for VPNs and the like) in order to route the packet to its destination. So if you do not know the MTU on your particular network path, it is best to leave a reasonable margin for other header information that you may not have anticipated. A 512-byte UDP payload is generally considered to do that, although even that does not leave quite enough space for a maximum size IP header.

Chart.js v2 hide dataset labels

Just set the label and tooltip options like so

...
options: {
    legend: {
        display: false
    },
    tooltips: {
        callbacks: {
           label: function(tooltipItem) {
                  return tooltipItem.yLabel;
           }
        }
    }
}

Fiddle - http://jsfiddle.net/g19220r6/

How to create a notification with NotificationCompat.Builder?

Use this code

            Intent intent = new Intent(getApplicationContext(), SomeActvity.class);
            PendingIntent pIntent = PendingIntent.getActivity(getApplicationContext(),
                    (int) System.currentTimeMillis(), intent, 0);

            NotificationCompat.Builder mBuilder =
                    new NotificationCompat.Builder(getApplicationContext())
                            .setSmallIcon(R.drawable.your_notification_icon)
                            .setContentTitle("Notification title")
                            .setContentText("Notification message!")
                            .setContentIntent(pIntent);

            NotificationManager notificationManager = (NotificationManager) getSystemService(Context.NOTIFICATION_SERVICE);
            notificationManager.notify(0, mBuilder.build());

java, get set methods

your panel class don't have a constructor that accepts a string

try change

RLS_strid_panel p = new RLS_strid_panel(namn1);

to

RLS_strid_panel p = new RLS_strid_panel();
p.setName1(name1);

Check date with todays date

Using Joda Time this can be simplified to:

DateMidnight startDate = new DateMidnight(startYear, startMonth, startDay);
if (startDate.isBeforeNow())
{
    // startDate is before now
    // do something...
}

Typing the Enter/Return key using Python and Selenium

For Selenium WebDriver using XPath (if the key is visible):

driver.findElement(By.xpath("xpath of text field")).sendKeys(Keys.ENTER);

or,

driver.findElement(By.xpath("xpath of text field")).sendKeys(Keys.RETURN);

How to push a docker image to a private repository

You need to tag your image correctly first with your registryhost:

docker tag [OPTIONS] IMAGE[:TAG] [REGISTRYHOST/][USERNAME/]NAME[:TAG]

Then docker push using that same tag.

docker push NAME[:TAG]

Example:

docker tag 518a41981a6a myRegistry.com/myImage
docker push myRegistry.com/myImage

How to restart counting from 1 after erasing table in MS Access?

In Access 2007 - 2010, go to Database Tools and click Compact and Repair Database, and it will automatically reset the ID.

Now() function with time trim

Paste this function in your Module and use it as like formula

Public Function format_date(t As String)
    format_date = Format(t, "YYYY-MM-DD")
End Function

for example in Cell A1 apply this formula

=format_date(now())

it will return in YYYY-MM-DD format. Change any format (year month date) as your wish.

iOS 10 - Changes in asking permissions of Camera, microphone and Photo Library causing application to crash

You have to add this permission in Info.plist for iOS 10.

Photo :

Key       :  Privacy - Photo Library Usage Description    
Value   :  $(PRODUCT_NAME) photo use

Microphone :

Key        :  Privacy - Microphone Usage Description    
Value    :  $(PRODUCT_NAME) microphone use

Camera :

Key       :  Privacy - Camera Usage Description   
Value   :  $(PRODUCT_NAME) camera use

OrderBy pipe issue

I've created an OrderBy pipe that does just what you need. It supports being able to sort on multiple columns of an enumerable of objects as well.

<li *ngFor="#todo in todos | orderBy : ['completed']">{{todo.name}} {{todo.completed}}</li>

This pipe does allow for adding more items to the array after rendering the page, and will sort the array with the updates dynamically.

I have a write up on the process here.

And here's a working demo: http://fuelinteractive.github.io/fuel-ui/#/pipe/orderby and https://plnkr.co/edit/DHLVc0?p=info

How to create a simple checkbox in iOS?

On iOS there is the switch UI component instead of a checkbox, look into the UISwitch class. The property on (boolean) can be used to determine the state of the slider and about the saving of its state: That depends on how you save your other stuff already, its just saving a boolean value.

How to edit log message already committed in Subversion?

I found a nice implementation of the server side pre-rev-prop-change hook at the svnforum: https://www.svnforum.org/forum/opensource-subversion-forums/scripts-contributions/8571-pre-revprop-change-shell-script-allows-commiters-to-change-own-log-within-x-hours

It implements

  • user checking, that is only own commit messages can be edited.
  • Svn admin override; admin can edit anything.
  • time stamp comparison: only commits that are younger than certain time can be edited

Grab it from there and edit at will. I'd rather not copy it here since I am not the original author and there is no copyright notice that would allow me to do it.

Change R default library path using .libPaths in Rprofile.site fails to work

I found what I think is a solution here (thank you Carl Schwarz at SFU) for adding a personal library that is permanently (you don't have to define it each session) recognized whether using R or Rstudio, and Rstudio treats it as the default on my Mac machine. I hadn't seen it laid out this explicitly on SO, so I summarized the steps they provided, for Windows and then for Mac.

For a Windows 7 OS:

  1. Create a directory on the drive where you want to have your personal library, e.g. C:\User\Rlibs (or another that you have permissions to)

  2. Search for/go to "Edit environment variable for your account" in the Windows search bar to edit control panel settings

  3. Click "New..." in the middle of the "Environmental Variables" window

  4. In the "New User Variable" window, type R_LIBS for the "Variable name", and the path to the personal library directory you created, e.g. C:\User\Rlibs

  5. Click OK and you should see the Variable/Value pair in the User variables window

  6. Click OK again

Now when you start R (or Rstudio) and type the command .libPaths() you should see the personal library you created as well as the R system library.

For Mac:

  1. In your "Home" or "username" directory create a folder called Rlibs

  2. Launch the Terminal application

  3. Type: echo "R_LIBS=~/Rlibs"> .Renvrion Make sure case matches.

  4. Type ls -a to see the full list of files in the directory, which should now include .Renvrion

  5. Verify that the .Renviron file has been set properly: more .Renviron

Launch R/Rstudio and type .libPaths() and you should see the new path to your personal library.

Meaning of end='' in the statement print("\t",end='')?

The default value of end is \n meaning that after the print statement it will print a new line. So simply stated end is what you want to be printed after the print statement has been executed

Eg: - print ("hello",end=" +") will print hello +

Inline for loop

What you are using is called a list comprehension in Python, not an inline for-loop (even though it is similar to one). You would write your loop as a list comprehension like so:

p = [q.index(v) if v in q else 99999 for v in vm]

When using a list comprehension, you do not call list.append because the list is being constructed from the comprehension itself. Each item in the list will be what is returned by the expression on the left of the for keyword, which in this case is q.index(v) if v in q else 99999. Incidentially, if you do use list.append inside a comprehension, then you will get a list of None values because that is what the append method always returns.

Authentication issue when debugging in VS2013 - iis express

You could also modify the project properties for your web project, choose "Web" from left tabs, then change the Servers drop down to "Local IIS". Create a new virtual directory and use IIS manager to setup your site/app pool as desired.

I prefer this method, as you would typically have a local IIS v-directory (or site) to test locally. You won't affect any other sites this way either.

Web Project Properties

MySQL: Can't create/write to file '/tmp/#sql_3c6_0.MYI' (Errcode: 2) - What does it even mean?

On Fedora with systemd MySQL gets private /tmp directory. In /proc/PID_of_MySQL/mountinfo you will find the line like:

156 129 8:1 /tmp/systemd-namespace-AN7vo9/private /tmp rw,relatime - ext4 /dev/sda1 rw,seclabel,data=ordered

This means a temporary folder /tmp/systemd-namespace-AN7vo9/private is mounted as /tmp in private namespace of MySQL process. Unfortunately this folder is deleted by tmpwatch if not used frequently.

I modified /etc/cron.daily/tmpwatch and inserted the exclude pattern -X '/tmp/systemd-namespace*' like this:

/usr/sbin/tmpwatch "$flags" -x /tmp/.X11-unix -x /tmp/.XIM-unix \
        -x /tmp/.font-unix -x /tmp/.ICE-unix -x /tmp/.Test-unix \
        -X '/tmp/systemd-namespace*' \
        -X '/tmp/hsperfdata_*' 10d /tmp

The side effect is that unused private namespace folders will not be deleted automatically.

AngularJS : Why ng-bind is better than {{}} in angular?

There is some flickering problem in {{ }} like when you refresh the page then for a short spam of time expression is seen.So we should use ng-bind instead of expression for data depiction.

Returning value from Thread

How about this solution?

It doesn't use the Thread class, but it IS concurrent, and in a way it does exactly what you request

ExecutorService pool = Executors.newFixedThreadPool(2); // creates a pool of threads for the Future to draw from

Future<Integer> value = pool.submit(new Callable<Integer>() {
    @Override
    public Integer call() {return 2;}
});

Now all you do is say value.get() whenever you need to grab your returned value, the thread is started the very second you give value a value so you don't ever have to say threadName.start() on it.

What a Future is, is a promise to the program, you promise the program that you'll get it the value it needs sometime in the near future

If you call .get() on it before it's done, the thread that's calling it will simply just wait until it's done

MongoDB: How to query for records where field is null or not set?

If you want to ONLY count the documents with sent_at defined with a value of null (don't count the documents with sent_at not set):

db.emails.count({sent_at: { $type: 10 }})

Calculating Distance between two Latitude and Longitude GeoCoordinates

The GeoCoordinate class (.NET Framework 4 and higher) already has GetDistanceTo method.

var sCoord = new GeoCoordinate(sLatitude, sLongitude);
var eCoord = new GeoCoordinate(eLatitude, eLongitude);

return sCoord.GetDistanceTo(eCoord);

The distance is in meters.

You need to reference System.Device.

Conditional formatting using AND() function

You can use a much simpler formula. I just created a new workbook to test it.

Column A = Date1 | Column B = Date2 | Column C = Date3

Highlight Column A and enter the conditional formatting formula:

=AND(A1>B1,A1<C1)

ImportError in importing from sklearn: cannot import name check_build

Usually when I get these kinds of errors, opening the __init__.py file and poking around helps. Go to the directory C:\Python27\lib\site-packages\sklearn and ensure that there's a sub-directory called __check_build as a first step. On my machine (with a working sklearn installation, Mac OSX, Python 2.7.3) I have __init__.py, setup.py, their associated .pyc files, and a binary _check_build.so.

Poking around the __init__.py in that directory, the next step I'd take is to go to sklearn/__init__.py and comment out the import statement---the check_build stuff just checks that things were compiled correctly, it doesn't appear to do anything but call a precompiled binary. This is, of course, at your own risk, and (to be sure) a work around. If your build failed you'll likely soon run into other, bigger problems.

How to resolve git status "Unmerged paths:"?

Another way of dealing with this situation if your files ARE already checked in, and your files have been merged (but not committed, so the merge conflicts are inserted into the file) is to run:

git reset

This will switch to HEAD, and tell git to forget any merge conflicts, and leave the working directory as is. Then you can edit the files in question (search for the "Updated upstream" notices). Once you've dealt with the conflicts, you can run

git add -p

which will allow you to interactively select which changes you want to add to the index. Once the index looks good (git diff --cached), you can commit, and then

git reset --hard

to destroy all the unwanted changes in your working directory.

C# compiler error: "not all code paths return a value"

I also experienced this problem and found the easy solution to be

public string ReturnValues()
{
    string _var = ""; // Setting an innitial value

    if (.....)  // Looking at conditions
    {
        _var = "true"; // Re-assign the value of _var
    }

    return _var; // Return the value of var
}

This also works with other return types and gives the least amount of problems

The initial value I chose was a fall-back value and I was able to re-assign the value as many times as required.

Split a List into smaller lists of N size

Addition after very useful comment of mhand at the end

Original answer

Although most solutions might work, I think they are not very efficiently. Suppose if you only want the first few items of the first few chunks. Then you wouldn't want to iterate over all (zillion) items in your sequence.

The following will at utmost enumerate twice: once for the Take and once for the Skip. It won't enumerate over any more elements than you will use:

public static IEnumerable<IEnumerable<TSource>> ChunkBy<TSource>
    (this IEnumerable<TSource> source, int chunkSize)
{
    while (source.Any())                     // while there are elements left
    {   // still something to chunk:
        yield return source.Take(chunkSize); // return a chunk of chunkSize
        source = source.Skip(chunkSize);     // skip the returned chunk
    }
}

How many times will this Enumerate the sequence?

Suppose you divide your source into chunks of chunkSize. You enumerate only the first N chunks. From every enumerated chunk you'll only enumerate the first M elements.

While(source.Any())
{
     ...
}

the Any will get the Enumerator, do 1 MoveNext() and returns the returned value after Disposing the Enumerator. This will be done N times

yield return source.Take(chunkSize);

According to the reference source this will do something like:

public static IEnumerable<TSource> Take<TSource>(this IEnumerable<TSource> source, int count)
{
    return TakeIterator<TSource>(source, count);
}

static IEnumerable<TSource> TakeIterator<TSource>(IEnumerable<TSource> source, int count)
{
    foreach (TSource element in source)
    {
        yield return element;
        if (--count == 0) break;
    }
}

This doesn't do a lot until you start enumerating over the fetched Chunk. If you fetch several Chunks, but decide not to enumerate over the first Chunk, the foreach is not executed, as your debugger will show you.

If you decide to take the first M elements of the first chunk then the yield return is executed exactly M times. This means:

  • get the enumerator
  • call MoveNext() and Current M times.
  • Dispose the enumerator

After the first chunk has been yield returned, we skip this first Chunk:

source = source.Skip(chunkSize);

Once again: we'll take a look at reference source to find the skipiterator

static IEnumerable<TSource> SkipIterator<TSource>(IEnumerable<TSource> source, int count)
{
    using (IEnumerator<TSource> e = source.GetEnumerator()) 
    {
        while (count > 0 && e.MoveNext()) count--;
        if (count <= 0) 
        {
            while (e.MoveNext()) yield return e.Current;
        }
    }
}

As you see, the SkipIterator calls MoveNext() once for every element in the Chunk. It doesn't call Current.

So per Chunk we see that the following is done:

  • Any(): GetEnumerator; 1 MoveNext(); Dispose Enumerator;
  • Take():

    • nothing if the content of the chunk is not enumerated.
    • If the content is enumerated: GetEnumerator(), one MoveNext and one Current per enumerated item, Dispose enumerator;

    • Skip(): for every chunk that is enumerated (NOT the contents of the chunk): GetEnumerator(), MoveNext() chunkSize times, no Current! Dispose enumerator

If you look at what happens with the enumerator, you'll see that there are a lot of calls to MoveNext(), and only calls to Current for the TSource items you actually decide to access.

If you take N Chunks of size chunkSize, then calls to MoveNext()

  • N times for Any()
  • not yet any time for Take, as long as you don't enumerate the Chunks
  • N times chunkSize for Skip()

If you decide to enumerate only the first M elements of every fetched chunk, then you need to call MoveNext M times per enumerated Chunk.

The total

MoveNext calls: N + N*M + N*chunkSize
Current calls: N*M; (only the items you really access)

So if you decide to enumerate all elements of all chunks:

MoveNext: numberOfChunks + all elements + all elements = about twice the sequence
Current: every item is accessed exactly once

Whether MoveNext is a lot of work or not, depends on the type of source sequence. For lists and arrays it is a simple index increment, with maybe an out of range check.

But if your IEnumerable is the result of a database query, make sure that the data is really materialized on your computer, otherwise the data will be fetched several times. DbContext and Dapper will properly transfer the data to local process before it can be accessed. If you enumerate the same sequence several times it is not fetched several times. Dapper returns an object that is a List, DbContext remembers that the data is already fetched.

It depends on your Repository whether it is wise to call AsEnumerable() or ToLists() before you start to divide the items in Chunks

Powershell send-mailmessage - email to multiple recipients

To define an array of strings it is more comfortable to use $var = @('User1 ', 'User2 ').

$servername = hostname
$smtpserver = 'localhost'
$emailTo = @('username1 <[email protected]>', 'username2<[email protected]>')
$emailFrom = 'SomeServer <[email protected]>'
Send-MailMessage -To $emailTo -Subject 'Low available memory' -Body 'Warning' -SmtpServer $smtpserver -From $emailFrom

Call ASP.NET function from JavaScript?

The Microsoft AJAX library will accomplish this. You could also create your own solution that involves using AJAX to call your own aspx (as basically) script files to run .NET functions.

This is the library called AjaxPro which was written an MVP named Michael Schwarz. This was library was not written by Microsoft.

I have used AjaxPro extensively, and it is a very nice library, that I would recommend for simple callbacks to the server. It does function well with the Microsoft version of Ajax with no issues. However, I would note, with how easy Microsoft has made Ajax, I would only use it if really necessary. It takes a lot of JavaScript to do some really complicated functionality that you get from Microsoft by just dropping it into an update panel.

Returning JSON response from Servlet to Javascript/JSP page

I used JSONObject as shown below in Servlet.

    JSONObject jsonReturn = new JSONObject();

    NhAdminTree = AdminTasks.GetNeighborhoodTreeForNhAdministrator( connection, bwcon, userName);

    map = new HashMap<String, String>();
    map.put("Status", "Success");
    map.put("FailureReason", "None");
    map.put("DataElements", "2");

    jsonReturn = new JSONObject();
    jsonReturn.accumulate("Header", map);

    List<String> list = new ArrayList<String>();
    list.add(NhAdminTree);
    list.add(userName);

    jsonReturn.accumulate("Elements", list);

The Servlet returns this JSON object as shown below:

    response.setContentType("application/json");
    response.getWriter().write(jsonReturn.toString());

This Servlet is called from Browser using AngularJs as below

$scope.GetNeighborhoodTreeUsingPost = function(){
    alert("Clicked GetNeighborhoodTreeUsingPost : " + $scope.userName );

    $http({

        method: 'POST',
        url : 'http://localhost:8080/EPortal/xlEPortalService',
        headers: {
           'Content-Type': 'application/json'
         },
        data : {
            'action': 64,
            'userName' : $scope.userName
        }
    }).success(function(data, status, headers, config){
        alert("DATA.header.status : " + data.Header.Status);
        alert("DATA.header.FailureReason : " + data.Header.FailureReason);
        alert("DATA.header.DataElements : " + data.Header.DataElements);
        alert("DATA.elements : " + data.Elements);

    }).error(function(data, status, headers, config) {
        alert(data + " : " + status + " : " + headers + " : " + config);
    });

};

This code worked and it is showing correct data in alert dialog box:

Data.header.status : Success

Data.header.FailureReason : None

Data.header.DetailElements : 2

Data.Elements : Coma seperated string values i.e. NhAdminTree, userName

Run a JAR file from the command line and specify classpath

You can do these in unix shell:

java -cp MyJar.jar:lib/* com.somepackage.subpackage.Main

You can do these in windows powershell:

java -cp "MyJar.jar;lib\*" com.somepackage.subpackage.Main

Display names of all constraints for a table in Oracle SQL

Use either of the two commands below. Everything must be in uppercase. The table name must be wrapped in quotation marks:

--SEE THE CONSTRAINTS ON A TABLE
SELECT COLUMN_NAME, CONSTRAINT_NAME FROM USER_CONS_COLUMNS WHERE TABLE_NAME = 'TBL_CUSTOMER';

--OR FOR LESS DETAIL
SELECT CONSTRAINT_NAME FROM USER_CONSTRAINTS WHERE TABLE_NAME = 'TBL_CUSTOMER';

How to connect a Windows Mobile PDA to Windows 10

Unfortunately the Windows Mobile Device Center stopped working out of the box after the Creators Update for Windows 10. The application won't open and therefore it's impossible to get the sync working. In order to get it running now we need to modify the ActiveSync registry settings. Create a BAT file with the following contents and run it as administrator:

REG ADD HKLM\SYSTEM\CurrentControlSet\Services\RapiMgr /v SvcHostSplitDisable /t REG_DWORD /d 1 /f
REG ADD HKLM\SYSTEM\CurrentControlSet\Services\WcesComm /v SvcHostSplitDisable /t REG_DWORD /d 1 /f

Restart the computer and everything should work.

IF Statement multiple conditions, same statement

Isn't this the same:

if ((checkbox.checked || columnname != A2) && 
        columnname != a && columnname != b && columnname != c)
  {
      "statement 1"
  }

What does %s and %d mean in printf in the C language?

%s is for string %d is for decimal (or int) %c is for character

It appears to be chewing through an array of characters, and printing out whatever string exists starting at each subsequent position. The strings will stop at the first null in each case.

The commas are just separating the arguments to a function that takes a variable number of args; this number corresponds to the number of % args in the format descriptor at the front.

Python: TypeError: cannot concatenate 'str' and 'int' objects

There are two ways to fix the problem which is caused by the last print statement.

You can assign the result of the str(c) call to c as correctly shown by @jamylak and then concatenate all of the strings, or you can replace the last print simply with this:

print "a + b as integers: ", c  # note the comma here

in which case

str(c)

isn't necessary and can be deleted.

Output of sample run:

Enter a: 3
Enter b: 7
a + b as strings:  37
a + b as integers:  10

with:

a = raw_input("Enter a: ")
b = raw_input("Enter b: ")
print "a + b as strings: " + a + b  # + everywhere is ok since all are strings
a = int(a)
b = int(b)
c = a + b
print "a + b as integers: ", c

How do I format a Microsoft JSON date?

I ended up adding the "characters into Panos's regular expression to get rid of the ones generated by the Microsoft serializer for when writing objects into an inline script:

So if you have a property in your C# code-behind that's something like

protected string JsonObject { get { return jsSerialiser.Serialize(_myObject); }}

And in your aspx you have

<script type="text/javascript">
    var myObject = '<%= JsonObject %>';
</script>

You'd get something like

var myObject = '{"StartDate":"\/Date(1255131630400)\/"}';

Notice the double quotes.

To get this into a form that eval will correctly deserialize, I used:

myObject = myObject.replace(/"\/Date\((\d+)\)\/"/g, 'new Date($1)');

I use Prototype and to use it I added

String.prototype.evalJSONWithDates = function() {
    var jsonWithDates = this.replace(/"\/Date\((\d+)\)\/"/g, 'new Date($1)');
    return jsonWithDates.evalJSON(true);
}

Null pointer Exception on .setOnClickListener

android.widget.Button.setOnClickListener(android.view.View$OnClickListener)' on a null object reference

Because Submit button is inside login_modal so you need to use loginDialog view to access button:

Submit = (Button)loginDialog.findViewById(R.id.Submit);

how to force maven to update local repo

If you are struggling with authenticating to a site, and Maven is caching the results, simply removing the meta-data about the site from the meta-data stash will force Maven to revisit the site.

gvim <local-git-repository>/commons-codec/resolver-status.properties

HTML Drag And Drop On Mobile Devices

jQuery UI Touch Punch just solves it all.

It's a Touch Event Support for jQuery UI. Basically, it just wires touch event back to jQuery UI. Tested on iPad, iPhone, Android and other touch-enabled mobile devices. I used jQuery UI sortable and it works like a charm.

http://touchpunch.furf.com/

Get method arguments using Spring AOP?

There is also another way if you define one pointcut for many advices it can be helpful:

@Pointcut("execution(@com.stackoverflow.MyAnnotation * *(..))")
protected void myPointcut() {
}

@AfterThrowing(pointcut = "myPointcut() && args(someId,..)", throwing = "e")
public void afterThrowingException(JoinPoint joinPoint, Exception e, Integer someId) {
    System.out.println(someId.toString());
}

@AfterReturning(pointcut = "myPointcut() && args(someId,..)")
public void afterSuccessfulReturn(JoinPoint joinPoint, Integer someId) {
    System.out.println(someId.toString());
}

Prevent form redirect OR refresh on submit?

An alternative solution would be to not use form tag and handle click event on submit button through jquery. This way there wont be any page refresh but at the same time there is a downside that "enter" button for submission wont work and also on mobiles you wont get a go button( a style in some mobiles). So stick to use of form tag and use the accepted answer.

Create Hyperlink in Slack

you can try quoting it which will keep the link as text. see the code blocks section: https://get.slack.help/hc/en-us/articles/202288908-Format-your-messages#code-blocks

Get all unique values in a JavaScript array (remove duplicates)

I think this this is most easiest way to get unique item from array.

var arr = [1,2,4,1,4];
arr = Array.from(new Set(arr))
console.log(arr)

What programming languages can one use to develop iPhone, iPod Touch and iPad (iOS) applications?

Only Objective-C is allowed by now... but since a few months ago you are allowed to write scripts that will be interpreted in your application.

So you may be able to write a LUA interpreter or a Python interpreter, then write some part of your application in this scripting language. If you want your application accepted on the App Store, these scripts have to be bundled with the application (your application cannot download it from the Internet for example)

see new app store rules

Is #pragma once a safe include guard?

I don't know about any performance benefits but it certainly works. I use it in all my C++ projects (granted I am using the MS compiler). I find it to be more effective than using

#ifndef HEADERNAME_H
#define HEADERNAME_H
...
#endif

It does the same job and doesn't populate the preprocessor with additional macros.

GCC supports #pragma once officially as of version 3.4.

Keeping session alive with Curl and PHP

This is how you do CURL with sessions

//initial request with login data

$ch = curl_init();
curl_setopt($ch, CURLOPT_URL, 'http://www.example.com/login.php');
curl_setopt($ch, CURLOPT_USERAGENT,'Mozilla/5.0 (X11; Linux x86_64) AppleWebKit/537.36 (KHTML, like Gecko) Ubuntu Chromium/32.0.1700.107 Chrome/32.0.1700.107 Safari/537.36');
curl_setopt($ch, CURLOPT_POST, true);
curl_setopt($ch, CURLOPT_POSTFIELDS, "username=XXXXX&password=XXXXX");
curl_setopt($ch, CURLOPT_RETURNTRANSFER, true);
curl_setopt($ch, CURLOPT_COOKIESESSION, true);
curl_setopt($ch, CURLOPT_COOKIEJAR, 'cookie-name');  //could be empty, but cause problems on some hosts
curl_setopt($ch, CURLOPT_COOKIEFILE, '/var/www/ip4.x/file/tmp');  //could be empty, but cause problems on some hosts
$answer = curl_exec($ch);
if (curl_error($ch)) {
    echo curl_error($ch);
}

//another request preserving the session

curl_setopt($ch, CURLOPT_URL, 'http://www.example.com/profile');
curl_setopt($ch, CURLOPT_POST, false);
curl_setopt($ch, CURLOPT_POSTFIELDS, "");
$answer = curl_exec($ch);
if (curl_error($ch)) {
    echo curl_error($ch);
}

I've seen this on ImpressPages

Ring Buffer in Java

I had the same problem some time ago and was disappointed because I couldn't find any solution that suites my needs so I wrote my own class. Honestly, I did found some code back then, but even that wasn't what I was searching for so I adapted it and now I'm sharing it, just like the author of that piece of code did.

EDIT: This is the original (although slightly different) code: CircularArrayList for java

I don't have the link of the source because it was time ago, but here's the code:

import java.util.AbstractList;
import java.util.ArrayList;
import java.util.Collections;
import java.util.List;
import java.util.RandomAccess;

public class CircularArrayList<E> extends AbstractList<E> implements RandomAccess {

private final int n; // buffer length
private final List<E> buf; // a List implementing RandomAccess
private int leader = 0;
private int size = 0;


public CircularArrayList(int capacity) {
    n = capacity + 1;
    buf = new ArrayList<E>(Collections.nCopies(n, (E) null));
}

public int capacity() {
    return n - 1;
}

private int wrapIndex(int i) {
    int m = i % n;
    if (m < 0) { // modulus can be negative
        m += n;
    }
    return m;
}

@Override
public int size() {
    return this.size;
}

@Override
public E get(int i) {
    if (i < 0 || i >= n-1) throw new IndexOutOfBoundsException();

    if(i > size()) throw new NullPointerException("Index is greater than size.");

    return buf.get(wrapIndex(leader + i));
}

@Override
public E set(int i, E e) {
    if (i < 0 || i >= n-1) {
        throw new IndexOutOfBoundsException();
    }
    if(i == size()) // assume leader's position as invalid (should use insert(e))
        throw new IndexOutOfBoundsException("The size of the list is " + size() + " while the index was " + i
                +". Please use insert(e) method to fill the list.");
    return buf.set(wrapIndex(leader - size + i), e);
}

public void insert(E e)
{
    int s = size();     
    buf.set(wrapIndex(leader), e);
    leader = wrapIndex(++leader);
    buf.set(leader, null);
    if(s == n-1)
        return; // we have replaced the eldest element.
    this.size++;

}

@Override
public void clear()
{
    int cnt = wrapIndex(leader-size());
    for(; cnt != leader; cnt = wrapIndex(++cnt))
        this.buf.set(cnt, null);
    this.size = 0;      
}

public E removeOldest() {
    int i = wrapIndex(leader+1);

    for(;;i = wrapIndex(++i)) {
        if(buf.get(i) != null) break;
        if(i == leader)
            throw new IllegalStateException("Cannot remove element."
                    + " CircularArrayList is empty.");
    }

    this.size--;
    return buf.set(i, null);
}

@Override
public String toString()
{
    int i = wrapIndex(leader - size());
    StringBuilder str = new StringBuilder(size());

    for(; i != leader; i = wrapIndex(++i)){
        str.append(buf.get(i));
    }
    return str.toString();
}

public E getOldest(){
    int i = wrapIndex(leader+1);

    for(;;i = wrapIndex(++i)) {
        if(buf.get(i) != null) break;
        if(i == leader)
            throw new IllegalStateException("Cannot remove element."
                    + " CircularArrayList is empty.");
    }

    return buf.get(i);
}

public E getNewest(){
    int i = wrapIndex(leader-1);
    if(buf.get(i) == null)
        throw new IndexOutOfBoundsException("Error while retrieving the newest element. The Circular Array list is empty.");
    return buf.get(i);
}
}

Linq Query Group By and Selecting First Items

var result = list.GroupBy(x => x.Category).Select(x => x.First())

matplotlib savefig in jpeg format

You can save an image as 'png' and use the python imaging library (PIL) to convert this file to 'jpg':

import Image
import matplotlib.pyplot as plt

plt.plot(range(10))
plt.savefig('testplot.png')
Image.open('testplot.png').save('testplot.jpg','JPEG')

The original:

enter image description here

The JPEG image:

enter image description here

Android: Use a SWITCH statement with setOnClickListener/onClick for more than 1 button?

public class MainActivity extends Activity
        implements View.OnClickListener {
    private Button btnForward, btnBackword, btnPause, btnPlay;

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

    private void initControl() {
        btnForward = (Button) findViewById(R.id.btnForward);
        btnBackword = (Button) findViewById(R.id.btnBackword);
        btnPause = (Button) findViewById(R.id.btnPause);
        btnPlay = (Button) findViewById(R.id.btnPlay);
        btnForward.setOnClickListener(this);
        btnBackword.setOnClickListener(this);
        btnPause.setOnClickListener(this);
        btnPlay.setOnClickListener(this);
    }

    @Override
    public void onClick(View v) {
        switch (v.getId()) {
            case R.id.btnForward:
                break;
            case R.id.btnBackword:
                break;
            case R.id.btnPause:
                break;
            case R.id.btnPlay:
                break;
        }
    }
}

SQL JOIN - WHERE clause vs. ON clause

In terms of the optimizer, it shouldn't make a difference whether you define your join clauses with ON or WHERE.

However, IMHO, I think it's much clearer to use the ON clause when performing joins. That way you have a specific section of you query that dictates how the join is handled versus intermixed with the rest of the WHERE clauses.

Trying to check if username already exists in MySQL database using PHP

Everything is fine, just one mistake is there. Change this:

$query = mysql_query("SELECT username FROM Users WHERE username=$username", $con);
$query = mysql_query("SELECT Count(*) FROM Users WHERE username=$username, $con");

if (mysql_num_rows($query) != 0)
{
    echo "Username already exists";
}
else
{
  ...
}

SELECT * will not work, use with SELECT COUNT(*).

How do I remove documents using Node.js Mongoose?

Be careful with findOne and remove!

  User.findOne({name: 'Alice'}).remove().exec();

The code above removes ALL users named 'Alice' instead of the first one only.

By the way, I prefer to remove documents like this:

  User.remove({...}).exec();

Or provide a callback and omit the exec()

  User.remove({...}, callback);

How to convert int[] to Integer[] in Java?

This worked like a charm!

int[] mInt = new int[10];
Integer[] mInteger = new Integer[mInt.length];

List<Integer> wrapper = new AbstractList<Integer>() {
    @Override
    public int size() {
        return mInt.length;
    }

    @Override
    public Integer get(int i) {
        return mInt[i];
    }
};

wrapper.toArray(mInteger);

Could not load file or assembly 'System.Web.WebPages.Razor, Version=2.0.0.0

I uninstalled ASP.NET MVC 4 using the Windows Control Panel, then reinstalled it by running AspNetMVC4Setup.exe (which I got from https://www.microsoft.com/en-us/download/details.aspx?id=30683), and that fixed the issue for me.

In other words, I didn't need to use Nuget or Visual Studio.

How to select last child element in jQuery?

You can also do this:

<ul id="example">
    <li>First</li>
    <li>Second</li>
    <li>Third</li>
    <li>Fourth</li>
</ul>

// possibility 1
$('#example li:last').val();
// possibility 2
$('#example').children().last()
// possibility 3
$('#example li:last-child').val();

:last

.children().last()

:last-child

Postgres integer arrays as parameters?

You can always use a properly formatted string. The trick is the formatting.

command.Parameters.Add("@array_parameter", string.Format("{{{0}}}", string.Join(",", array));

Note that if your array is an array of strings, then you'll need to use array.Select(value => string.Format("\"{0}\", value)) or the equivalent. I use this style for an array of an enumerated type in PostgreSQL, because there's no automatic conversion from the array.

In my case, my enumerated type has some values like 'value1', 'value2', 'value3', and my C# enumeration has matching values. In my case, the final SQL query ends up looking something like (E'{"value1","value2"}'), and this works.

Compare dates in MySQL

That is SQL Server syntax for converting a date to a string. In MySQL you can use the DATE function to extract the date from a datetime:

SELECT *
FROM players
WHERE DATE(us_reg_date) BETWEEN '2000-07-05' AND '2011-11-10'

But if you want to take advantage of an index on the column us_reg_date you might want to try this instead:

SELECT *
FROM players
WHERE us_reg_date >= '2000-07-05'
  AND us_reg_date < '2011-11-10' + interval 1 day

PHP cURL custom headers

curl_setopt($ch, CURLOPT_HTTPHEADER, array(
    'X-Apple-Tz: 0',
    'X-Apple-Store-Front: 143444,12'
));

http://www.php.net/manual/en/function.curl-setopt.php

Unable to locate an executable at "/usr/bin/java/bin/java" (-1)

In MacOS Catalina, run

sudo nano ~/.bash_profile

In bash_profile, add:

export JAVA_HOME=$(/usr/libexec/java_home)
source ~/.bash_profile

Verify by running java --version

How to go from one page to another page using javascript?

You cannot sanely depend on client side JavaScript to determine if user credentials are correct. The browser (and all code that executes that) is under the control of the user, not you, so it is not trustworthy.

The username and password need to be entered using a form. The OK button will be a submit button. The action attribute must point to a URL which will be handled by a program that checks the credentials.

This program could be written in JavaScript, but how you go about that would depend on which server side JavaScript engine you were using. Note that SSJS is not a mainstream technology so if you really want to use it, you would have to use specialised hosting or admin your own server.

(Half a decade later and SSJS is much more common thanks to Node.js, it is still fairly specialised though).

If you want to redirect afterwards, then the program needs to emit an HTTP Location header.

Note that you need to check the credentials are OK (usually by storing a token, which isn't the actual password, in a cookie) before outputting any private page. Otherwise anyone could get to the private pages by knowing the URL (and thus bypassing the login system).

concat scope variables into string in angular directive expression

It's not very clear what the problem is and what you are trying to accomplish from the code you posted, but I'll take a stab at it.

In general, I suggest calling a function on ng-click like so:

<a ng-click="navigateToPath()">click me</a>

obj.val1 & obj.val2 should be available on your controller's $scope, you dont need to pass those into a function from the markup.

then, in your controller:

$scope.navigateToPath = function(){
   var path = '/somePath/' + $scope.obj.val1 + '/' + $scope.obj.val2; //dont need the '#'
   $location.path(path)       
}

"ssl module in Python is not available" when installing package with pip3

I was having the same issue and was able to resolve with the following steps:

sudo yum install -y libffi-devel
sudo yum install openssl-devel
cd /usr/src
sudo wget https://www.python.org/ftp/python/3.7.1/Python-3.7.1.tar.xz
sudo tar xf Python-3.7.1.tar.xz
cd Python-3.7.1
sudo ./configure --enable-optimizations
# Install into /usr/local/bin/python3.7, don't overwrite global python bin
sudo make altinstall

depending on perms, you may not need sudo.

Results:
Collecting setuptools
Collecting pip
Installing collected packages: setuptools, pip
Successfully installed pip-10.0.1 setuptools-39.0.1

should now be able to run

python3.7 -V 

and

pip3.7 -V

When installing packages:

pip3.7 install pandas

or depending on perms, you can also add the --user flag like so:

pip3.7 install pandas --user

MySQL "CREATE TABLE IF NOT EXISTS" -> Error 1050

create database if not exists `test`;

USE `test`;

SET @OLD_FOREIGN_KEY_CHECKS=@@FOREIGN_KEY_CHECKS, FOREIGN_KEY_CHECKS=0;

/*Table structure for table `test` */

***CREATE TABLE IF NOT EXISTS `tblsample` (
  `id` int(11) NOT NULL auto_increment,   
  `recid` int(11) NOT NULL default '0',       
  `cvfilename` varchar(250)  NOT NULL default '',     
  `cvpagenumber`  int(11) NULL,     
  `cilineno` int(11)  NULL,    
  `batchname`  varchar(100) NOT NULL default '',
  `type` varchar(20) NOT NULL default '',    
  `data` varchar(100) NOT NULL default '',
   PRIMARY KEY  (`id`)
);***

What is a "thread" (really)?

A thread is an independent set of values for the processor registers (for a single core). Since this includes the Instruction Pointer (aka Program Counter), it controls what executes in what order. It also includes the Stack Pointer, which had better point to a unique area of memory for each thread or else they will interfere with each other.

Threads are the software unit affected by control flow (function call, loop, goto), because those instructions operate on the Instruction Pointer, and that belongs to a particular thread. Threads are often scheduled according to some prioritization scheme (although it's possible to design a system with one thread per processor core, in which case every thread is always running and no scheduling is needed).

In fact the value of the Instruction Pointer and the instruction stored at that location is sufficient to determine a new value for the Instruction Pointer. For most instructions, this simply advances the IP by the size of the instruction, but control flow instructions change the IP in other, predictable ways. The sequence of values the IP takes on forms a path of execution weaving through the program code, giving rise to the name "thread".

How to change href attribute using JavaScript after opening the link in a new window?

Replace

onclick="changeLink();"

by

onclick="changeLink(); return false;"

to cancel its default action

Pipe to/from the clipboard in Bash script

If you're like me and run on a Linux server without root privileges and there isn't any xclip or GPM you could workaround this issue by just using a temporary file. For example:

$ echo "Hello, World!" > ~/clip
$ echo `cat ~/clip`
Hello, World!

problem with <select> and :after with CSS in WebKit

To my experience it simply does not work, unless you are willing to wrap your <select> in some wrapper. But what you can do instead is to use background image SVG. E.g.

    .archive .options select.opt {
    -moz-appearance: none;
    -webkit-appearance: none;
    padding-right: 1.25EM;
    appearance: none;
    position: relative;
    background-color: transparent;
    background-image: url("data:image/svg+xml;charset=utf8,%3Csvg xmlns='http://www.w3.org/2000/svg' version='1.1' height='10px' width='15px'%3E%3Ctext x='0' y='10' fill='gray'%3E%E2%96%BE%3C/text%3E%3C/svg%3E");
    background-repeat: no-repeat;
    background-size: 1.5EM 1EM;
    background-position: right center;
    background-clip: border-box;
    -moz-background-clip: border-box;
    -webkit-background-clip: border-box;
}

    .archive .options select.opt::-ms-expand {
        display: none;
    }

Just be careful with proper URL-encoding because of IE. You must use charset=utf8 (not just utf8), don't use double-quotes (") to delimit SVG attribute values, use apostrophes (') instead to simplify your life. URL-encode s (%3E). In case you havee to print any non-ASCII characters you have to obtain their UTF-8 representation (e.g. BabelMap can help you with that) and then provide that representation in URL-encoded form - e.g. for ? (U+25BE BLACK DOWN-POINTING SMALL TRIANGLE) UTF-8 representation is \xE2\x96\xBE which is %E2%96%BE when URL-encoded.

How can I make a TextArea 100% width without overflowing when padding is present in CSS?

How about negative margins?

textarea {
    border:1px solid #999999;
    width:100%;
    margin:5px -4px; /* 4px = border+padding on one side */
    padding:3px;
}

Spring Boot default H2 jdbc connection (and H2 console)

I found that with spring boot 2.0.2.RELEASE, configuring spring-boot-starter-data-jpa and com.h2database in the POM file is not just enough to have H2 console working. You must configure spring-boot-devtools as below. Optionally you could follow the instruction from Aaron Zeckoski in this post

  <dependency>
        <groupId>org.springframework.boot</groupId>
        <artifactId>spring-boot-devtools</artifactId>
        <optional>true</optional>
 </dependency>

Can't open and lock privilege tables: Table 'mysql.user' doesn't exist

mysqld --initialize to initialize the data directory then mysqld &

If you had already launched mysqld& without mysqld --initialize you might have to delete all files in your data directory

You can also modify /etc/my.cnf to add a custom path to your data directory like this :

[mysqld]
...  
datadir=/path/to/directory

Check if a string matches a regex in Bash script

I would use expr match instead of =~:

expr match "$date" "[0-9]\{8\}" >/dev/null && echo yes

This is better than the currently accepted answer of using =~ because =~ will also match empty strings, which IMHO it shouldn't. Suppose badvar is not defined, then [[ "1234" =~ "$badvar" ]]; echo $? gives (incorrectly) 0, while expr match "1234" "$badvar" >/dev/null ; echo $? gives correct result 1.

We have to use >/dev/null to hide expr match's output value, which is the number of characters matched or 0 if no match found. Note its output value is different from its exit status. The exit status is 0 if there's a match found, or 1 otherwise.

Generally, the syntax for expr is:

expr match "$string" "$lead"

Or:

expr "$string" : "$lead"

where $lead is a regular expression. Its exit status will be true (0) if lead matches the leading slice of string (Is there a name for this?). For example expr match "abcdefghi" "abc"exits true, but expr match "abcdefghi" "bcd" exits false. (Credit to @Carlo Wood for pointing out this.

Pods stuck in Terminating status

Practical answer -- you can always delete a terminating pod by running:

kubectl delete pod NAME --grace-period=0

Historical answer -- There was an issue in version 1.1 where sometimes pods get stranded in the Terminating state if their nodes are uncleanly removed from the cluster.

Using PropertyInfo to find out the property type

I just stumbled upon this great post. If you are just checking whether the data is of string type then maybe we can skip the loop and use this struct (in my humble opinion)

public static bool IsStringType(object data)
    {
        return (data.GetType().GetProperties().Where(x => x.PropertyType == typeof(string)).FirstOrDefault() != null);
    }

How to checkout a specific Subversion revision from the command line?

You'll have to use svn directly:

svn checkout URL[@REV]... [PATH]

and

svn help co

gives you a little more help.

Table is marked as crashed and should be repaired

I had the same issue when my server free disk space available was 0

You can use the command (there must be ample space for the mysql files)

REPAIR TABLE `<table name>`;

for repairing individual tables

how to get session id of socket.io client in Client

I just had the same problem/question and solved it like this (only client code):

var io = io.connect('localhost');

io.on('connect', function () {
    console.log(this.socket.sessionid);
});

What are the differences between stateless and stateful systems, and how do they impact parallelism?

A stateful server keeps state between connections. A stateless server does not.

So, when you send a request to a stateful server, it may create some kind of connection object that tracks what information you request. When you send another request, that request operates on the state from the previous request. So you can send a request to "open" something. And then you can send a request to "close" it later. In-between the two requests, that thing is "open" on the server.

When you send a request to a stateless server, it does not create any objects that track information regarding your requests. If you "open" something on the server, the server retains no information at all that you have something open. A "close" operation would make no sense, since there would be nothing to close.

HTTP and NFS are stateless protocols. Each request stands on its own.

Sometimes cookies are used to add some state to a stateless protocol. In HTTP (web pages), the server sends you a cookie and then the browser holds the state, only to send it back to the server on a subsequent request.

SMB is a stateful protocol. A client can open a file on the server, and the server may deny other clients access to that file until the client closes it.

What EXACTLY is meant by "de-referencing a NULL pointer"?

A NULL pointer points to memory that doesn't exist, and will raise Segmentation fault. There's an easier way to de-reference a NULL pointer, take a look.

int main(int argc, char const *argv[])
{
    *(int *)0 = 0; // Segmentation fault (core dumped)
    return 0;
}

Since 0 is never a valid pointer value, a fault occurs.

SIGSEGV {si_signo=SIGSEGV, si_code=SEGV_MAPERR, si_addr=NULL}

Parsing CSV / tab-delimited txt file with Python

If the file is large, you may not want to load it entirely into memory at once. This approach avoids that. (Of course, making a dict out of it could still take up some RAM, but it's guaranteed to be smaller than the original file.)

my_dict = {}
for i, line in enumerate(file):
    if (i - 8) % 7:
        continue
    k, v = line.split("\t")[:3:2]
    my_dict[k] = v

Edit: Not sure where I got extend from before. I meant update

How do you redirect HTTPS to HTTP?

this works for me.

<VirtualHost *:443>
    ServerName www.example.com
    # ... SSL configuration goes here
    Redirect "https://www.example.com/" "http://www.example.com/"
</VirtualHost>

<VirtualHost *:80>
    ServerName www.example.com
    # ... 
</VirtualHost>

be sure to listen to both ports 80 and 443.

Is there a way to check for both `null` and `undefined`?

careful if you're using local storage, you can end up with the string undefined rather than the value undefined:

localStorage.setItem('mykey',JSON.stringify(undefined));
localStorage.getItem('mykey') === "undefined"
true

People may find this useful: https://github.com/angular/components/blob/master/src/cdk/coercion/boolean-property.spec.ts

/**
 * @license
 * Copyright Google LLC All Rights Reserved.
 *
 * Use of this source code is governed by an MIT-style license that can be
 * found in the LICENSE file at https://angular.io/license
 */

/** Coerces a data-bound value (typically a string) to a boolean. */
export function coerceBooleanProperty(value: any): boolean {
  return value != null && `${value}` !== 'false';
}

import {coerceBooleanProperty} from './boolean-property';

describe('coerceBooleanProperty', () => {

  it('should coerce undefined to false', () => {
    expect(coerceBooleanProperty(undefined)).toBe(false);
  });

  it('should coerce null to false', () => {
    expect(coerceBooleanProperty(null)).toBe(false);
  });

  it('should coerce the empty string to true', () => {
    expect(coerceBooleanProperty('')).toBe(true);
  });

  it('should coerce zero to true', () => {
    expect(coerceBooleanProperty(0)).toBe(true);
  });

  it('should coerce the string "false" to false', () => {
    expect(coerceBooleanProperty('false')).toBe(false);
  });

  it('should coerce the boolean false to false', () => {
    expect(coerceBooleanProperty(false)).toBe(false);
  });

  it('should coerce the boolean true to true', () => {
    expect(coerceBooleanProperty(true)).toBe(true);
  });

  it('should coerce the string "true" to true', () => {
    expect(coerceBooleanProperty('true')).toBe(true);
  });

  it('should coerce an arbitrary string to true', () => {
    expect(coerceBooleanProperty('pink')).toBe(true);
  });

  it('should coerce an object to true', () => {
    expect(coerceBooleanProperty({})).toBe(true);
  });

  it('should coerce an array to true', () => {
    expect(coerceBooleanProperty([])).toBe(true);
  });
});

Changing the default icon in a Windows Forms application

The icons you are seeing on desktop is not a icon file. They are either executable files .exe or shortcuts of any application .lnk. So can only set icon which have .ico extension.

Go to Project Menu -> Your_Project_Name Properties -> Application TAB -> Resources -> Icon

browse for your Icon, remember it must have .ico extension

You can make your icon in Visual Studio

Go to Project Menu -> Add New Item -> Icon File

How do I float a div to the center?

There is no float: center; in css. Use margin: 0 auto; instead. So like this:

.mydivclass {
    margin: 0 auto;
 }

Failed to execute goal org.codehaus.mojo:exec-maven-plugin:1.2:java (default-cli)

I had a similar problem.

As it turned out, I ran mvn clean package install.

Correct way is mvn clean install

Best way to do multi-row insert in Oracle?

If you have the values that you want to insert in another table already, then you can Insert from a select statement.

INSERT INTO a_table (column_a, column_b) SELECT column_a, column_b FROM b_table;

Otherwise, you can list a bunch of single row insert statements and submit several queries in bulk to save the time for something that works in both Oracle and MySQL.

@Espo's solution is also a good one that will work in both Oracle and MySQL if your data isn't already in a table.