Programs & Examples On #Maskedinput

This jQuery plugin allows the application of a mask for fixed width inputs. This saves the user keystrokes and helps standardize data.

Phone mask with jQuery and Masked Input Plugin

Here is a jQuery phone number mask. No plugin required. Format can be adjusted to your needs.

Updated JSFiddle.

HTML

<form id="example-form" name="my-form">
    <input id="phone-number" name="phone-number" type="text" placeholder="(XXX) XXX-XXXX">
</form>

JavaScript

$('#phone-number', '#example-form')

.keydown(function (e) {
    var key = e.which || e.charCode || e.keyCode || 0;
    $phone = $(this);

    // Don't let them remove the starting '('
    if ($phone.val().length === 1 && (key === 8 || key === 46)) {
        $phone.val('('); 
        return false;
    } 
    // Reset if they highlight and type over first char.
    else if ($phone.val().charAt(0) !== '(') {
        $phone.val('('+$phone.val()); 
    }

    // Auto-format- do not expose the mask as the user begins to type
    if (key !== 8 && key !== 9) {
        if ($phone.val().length === 4) {
            $phone.val($phone.val() + ')');
        }
        if ($phone.val().length === 5) {
            $phone.val($phone.val() + ' ');
        }           
        if ($phone.val().length === 9) {
            $phone.val($phone.val() + '-');
        }
    }

    // Allow numeric (and tab, backspace, delete) keys only
    return (key == 8 || 
            key == 9 ||
            key == 46 ||
            (key >= 48 && key <= 57) ||
            (key >= 96 && key <= 105)); 
})

.bind('focus click', function () {
    $phone = $(this);

    if ($phone.val().length === 0) {
        $phone.val('(');
    }
    else {
        var val = $phone.val();
        $phone.val('').val(val); // Ensure cursor remains at the end
    }
})

.blur(function () {
    $phone = $(this);

    if ($phone.val() === '(') {
        $phone.val('');
    }
});

How can I check whether an array is null / empty?

Method to check array for null or empty also is present on org.apache.commons.lang:

import org.apache.commons.lang.ArrayUtils;

ArrayUtils.isEmpty(array);

Hibernate Criteria for Dates

If the column is a timestamp you can do the following:

        if(fromDate!=null){
            criteria.add(Restrictions.sqlRestriction("TRUNC(COLUMN) >= TO_DATE('" + dataFrom + "','dd/mm/yyyy')"));
        }
        if(toDate!=null){               
            criteria.add(Restrictions.sqlRestriction("TRUNC(COLUMN) <= TO_DATE('" + dataTo + "','dd/mm/yyyy')"));
        }

        resultDB = criteria.list();

In Flask, What is request.args and how is it used?

According to the flask.Request.args documents.

flask.Request.args
A MultiDict with the parsed contents of the query string. (The part in the URL after the question mark).

So the args.get() is method get() for MultiDict, whose prototype is as follows:

get(key, default=None, type=None)

Update:
In newer version of flask (v1.0.x and v1.1.x), flask.Request.args is an ImmutableMultiDict(an immutable MultiDict), so the prototype and specific method above is still valid.

regex to remove all text before a character

The regular expression:

^[^_]*_(.*)$

Then get the part between parenthesis. In perl:

my var = "3.04_somename.jpg";
$var =~ m/^[^_]*_(.*)$/;
my fileName = $1;

In Java:

String var = "3.04_somename.jpg";
String fileName = "";
Pattern pattern = Pattern.compile("^[^_]*_(.*)$");
Matcher matcher = pattern.matcher(var);
if (matcher.matches()) {
    fileName = matcher.group(1);
}

...

Copy folder structure (without files) from one location to another

I dunno if you are looking for a solution on Linux. If so, you can try this:

$ mkdir destdir
$ cd sourcedir
$ find . -type d | cpio -pdvm destdir

How to write an inline IF statement in JavaScript?

In plain English, the syntax explained:

if(condition){
    do_something_if_condition_is_met;
}
else{
    do_something_else_if_condition_is_not_met;
}

Can be written as:

condition ? do_something_if_condition_is_met : do_something_else_if_condition_is_not_met;

Using CookieContainer with WebClient class

Yes. IMHO, overriding GetWebRequest() is the best solution to WebClient's limited functionalty. Before I knew about this option, I wrote lots of really painful code at the HttpWebRequest layer because WebClient almost, but not quite, did what I needed. Derivation is much easier.

Another option is to use the regular WebClient class, but manually populate the Cookie header before making the request and then pull out the Set-Cookies header on the response. There are helper methods on the CookieContainer class which make creating and parsing these headers easier: CookieContainer.SetCookies() and CookieContainer.GetCookieHeader(), respectively.

I prefer the former approach since it's easier for the caller and requires less repetitive code than the second option. Also, the derivation approach works the same way for multiple extensibility scenarios (e.g. cookies, proxies, etc.).

Responsive Google Map?

My Responsive [Solution] Google Map in Foundation 4 Modal


JS

Create an external JavaScript file (i.e. mymap.js) with the following code

google.maps.visualRefresh = true; //Optional

var respMap;

function mymapini() {
    var mapPos = new google.maps.LatLng(-0.172175,1.5); //Set the coordinates
    var mapOpts = {
    zoom: 10, //You can change this according your needs
    disableDefaultUI: true, //Disabling UI Controls (Optional)
    center: mapPos, //Center the map according coordinates
    mapTypeId: google.maps.MapTypeId.ROADMAP
    };

    respMap = new google.maps.Map(document.getElementById('mymap'),
      mapOpts);

    var mapMarker = new google.maps.Marker({
          position: mapPos,
          map: respMap,
          title: 'You can put any title'
      });

    //This centers automatically to the marker even if you resize your window
    google.maps.event.addListener(respMap, 'idle', function() {
    window.setTimeout(function() {
      respMap.panTo(mapPos.getPosition());
    }, 250);    
  });
}

google.maps.event.addDomListener(window, 'load', mymapini);

$("#modalOpen").click(function(){ //Use it like <a href="#" id="modalOpen"...
    $("#myModal").show(); //ID from the Modal <div id="myModal">...
    google.maps.event.trigger(respMap, 'resize');
});

HTML

Add the following code before the tag:

<script src="https://maps.googleapis.com/maps/api/js?v=3.exp&sensor=false"></script>
<script src="js/mymap.js"></script>

Add this to the modal code:

<div id="mymap"></div>

CSS

Add this to your stylesheet:

#mymap { margin: 0; padding: 0; width:100%; height: 400px;}

C# - How to add an Excel Worksheet programmatically - Office XP / 2003

Another "Up Tick" for AR..., but if you don't have to use interop I would avoid it altogether. This product is actually quite interesting: http://www.clearoffice.com/ and it provides a very intuitive, fully managed, api for manipulation excel files and seems to be free. (at least for the time being) SpreadSheetGear is also excellent but pricey.

my two cents.

Get the Selected value from the Drop down box in PHP

You need to set a name on the <select> tag like so:

<select name="select_catalog" id="select_catalog">

You can get it in php with this:

$_POST['select_catalog'];

Loop through an array php

foreach($array as $item=>$values){
     echo $values->filepath;
    }

List Highest Correlation Pairs from a Large Correlation Matrix in Pandas?

Use the code below to view the correlations in the descending order.

# See the correlations in descending order

corr = df.corr() # df is the pandas dataframe
c1 = corr.abs().unstack()
c1.sort_values(ascending = False)

Negate if condition in bash script

Better

if ! wget -q --spider --tries=10 --timeout=20 google.com
then
  echo 'Sorry you are Offline'
  exit 1
fi

A generic list of anonymous class

For your second example, where you have to initialize a new List<T>, one idea is to create an anonymous list, and then clear it.

var list = new[] { o, o1 }.ToList();
list.Clear();

//and you can keep adding.
while (....)
{
    ....
    list.Add(new { Id = x, Name = y });
    ....
}

Or as an extension method, should be easier:

public static List<T> GetEmptyListOfThisType<T>(this T item)
{
    return new List<T>();
}

//so you can call:
var list = new { Id = 0, Name = "" }.GetEmptyListOfThisType();

Or probably even shorter,

var list = new int[0].Select(x => new { Id = 0, Name = "" }).Tolist();

The maximum recursion 100 has been exhausted before statement completion

it is just a sample to avoid max recursion error. we have to use option (maxrecursion 365); or option (maxrecursion 0);

DECLARE @STARTDATE datetime; 
DECLARE @EntDt datetime; 
set @STARTDATE = '01/01/2009';  
set @EntDt = '12/31/2009'; 
declare @dcnt int; 
;with DateList as   
 (   
    select @STARTDATE DateValue   
    union all   
    select DateValue + 1 from    DateList      
    where   DateValue + 1 < convert(VARCHAR(15),@EntDt,101)   
 )   
  select count(*) as DayCnt from (   
  select DateValue,DATENAME(WEEKDAY, DateValue ) as WEEKDAY from DateList
  where DATENAME(WEEKDAY, DateValue ) not IN ( 'Saturday','Sunday' )     
  )a
option (maxrecursion 365);

TypeError: only integer scalar arrays can be converted to a scalar index with 1D numpy indices array

A simple case that generates this error message:

In [8]: [1,2,3,4,5][np.array([1])]
---------------------------------------------------------------------------
TypeError                                 Traceback (most recent call last)
<ipython-input-8-55def8e1923d> in <module>()
----> 1 [1,2,3,4,5][np.array([1])]

TypeError: only integer scalar arrays can be converted to a scalar index

Some variations that work:

In [9]: [1,2,3,4,5][np.array(1)]     # this is a 0d array index
Out[9]: 2
In [10]: [1,2,3,4,5][np.array([1]).item()]    
Out[10]: 2
In [11]: np.array([1,2,3,4,5])[np.array([1])]
Out[11]: array([2])

Basic python list indexing is more restrictive than numpy's:

In [12]: [1,2,3,4,5][[1]]
....
TypeError: list indices must be integers or slices, not list

edit

Looking again at

indices = np.random.choice(range(len(X_train)), replace=False, size=50000, p=train_probs)

indices is a 1d array of integers - but it certainly isn't scalar. It's an array of 50000 integers. List's cannot be indexed with multiple indices at once, regardless of whether they are in a list or array.

Is there a way to perform "if" in python's lambda

note you can use several else...if statements in your lambda definition:

f = lambda x: 1 if x>0 else 0 if x ==0 else -1

Avoid browser popup blockers

I didn't want to make the new page unless the callback returned successfully, so I did this to simulate the user click:

function submitAndRedirect {
  apiCall.then(({ redirect }) => {
      const a = document.createElement('a');
      a.href = redirect;
      a.target = '_blank';
      document.body.appendChild(a);
      a.click();
      document.body.removeChild(a);
  });
}

How to concatenate properties from multiple JavaScript objects

To merge a dynamic number of objects, we can use Object.assign with spread syntax.

const mergeObjs = (...objs) => Object.assign({}, ...objs);

The above function accepts any number of objects, merging all of their properties into a new object with properties from later objects overwriting those from previous objects.

Demo:

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const mergeObjs = (...objs) => Object.assign({}, ...objs);
const a = {prop: 1, prop2: '2'},
      b = {prop3: 3, prop4: [1,2,3,4]}
      c = {prop5: 5},
      d = {prop6: true, prop7: -1},
      e = {prop1: 2};
const abcd = mergeObjs(a,b,c,d);
console.log("Merged a,b,c,d:", abcd);
const abd = mergeObjs(a,b,d);
console.log("Merged a,b,d:", abd);
const ae = mergeObjs(a,e);//prop1 from e will overwrite prop1 from a
console.log("Merged a,e:", ae);
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To merge an array of objects, a similar method may be applied.

const mergeArrayOfObjs = arr => Object.assign({}, ...arr);

Demo:

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const mergeArrayOfObjs = arr => Object.assign({}, ...arr);
const arr = [
  {a: 1, b: 2},
  {c:1, d:3},
  {abcd: [1,2,3,4], d: 4}
];
const merged = mergeArrayOfObjs(arr);
console.log(merged);
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How to compare type of an object in Python?

Type doesn't work on certain classes. If you're not sure of the object's type use the __class__ method, as so:

>>>obj = 'a string'
>>>obj.__class__ == str
True

Also see this article - http://www.siafoo.net/article/56

Oracle row count of table by count(*) vs NUM_ROWS from DBA_TABLES

According to the documentation NUM_ROWS is the "Number of rows in the table", so I can see how this might be confusing. There, however, is a major difference between these two methods.

This query selects the number of rows in MY_TABLE from a system view. This is data that Oracle has previously collected and stored.

select num_rows from all_tables where table_name = 'MY_TABLE'

This query counts the current number of rows in MY_TABLE

select count(*) from my_table

By definition they are difference pieces of data. There are two additional pieces of information you need about NUM_ROWS.

  1. In the documentation there's an asterisk by the column name, which leads to this note:

    Columns marked with an asterisk (*) are populated only if you collect statistics on the table with the ANALYZE statement or the DBMS_STATS package.

    This means that unless you have gathered statistics on the table then this column will not have any data.

  2. Statistics gathered in 11g+ with the default estimate_percent, or with a 100% estimate, will return an accurate number for that point in time. But statistics gathered before 11g, or with a custom estimate_percent less than 100%, uses dynamic sampling and may be incorrect. If you gather 99.999% a single row may be missed, which in turn means that the answer you get is incorrect.

If your table is never updated then it is certainly possible to use ALL_TABLES.NUM_ROWS to find out the number of rows in a table. However, and it's a big however, if any process inserts or deletes rows from your table it will be at best a good approximation and depending on whether your database gathers statistics automatically could be horribly wrong.

Generally speaking, it is always better to actually count the number of rows in the table rather then relying on the system tables.

Separating class code into a header and cpp file

Basically a modified syntax of function declaration/definitions:

a2dd.h

class A2DD
{
private:
  int gx;
  int gy;

public:
  A2DD(int x,int y);

  int getSum();
};

a2dd.cpp

A2DD::A2DD(int x,int y)
{
  gx = x;
  gy = y;
}

int A2DD::getSum()
{
  return gx + gy;
}

How can I select an element in a component template?

Angular 4+: Use renderer.selectRootElement with a CSS selector to access the element.

I've got a form that initially displays an email input. After the email is entered, the form will be expanded to allow them to continue adding information relating to their project. However, if they are not an existing client, the form will include an address section above the project information section.

As of now, the data entry portion has not been broken up into components, so the sections are managed with *ngIf directives. I need to set focus on the project notes field if they are an existing client, or the first name field if they are new.

I tried the solutions with no success. However, Update 3 in this answer gave me half of the eventual solution. The other half came from MatteoNY's response in this thread. The result is this:

import { NgZone, Renderer } from '@angular/core';

constructor(private ngZone: NgZone, private renderer: Renderer) {}

setFocus(selector: string): void {
    this.ngZone.runOutsideAngular(() => {
        setTimeout(() => {
            this.renderer.selectRootElement(selector).focus();
        }, 0);
    });
}

submitEmail(email: string): void {
    // Verify existence of customer
    ...
    if (this.newCustomer) {
        this.setFocus('#firstname');
    } else {
        this.setFocus('#description');
    }
}

Since the only thing I'm doing is setting the focus on an element, I don't need to concern myself with change detection, so I can actually run the call to renderer.selectRootElement outside of Angular. Because I need to give the new sections time to render, the element section is wrapped in a timeout to allow the rendering threads time to catch up before the element selection is attempted. Once all that is setup, I can simply call the element using basic CSS selectors.

I know this example dealt primarily with the focus event, but it's hard for me that this couldn't be used in other contexts.

UPDATE: Angular dropped support for Renderer in Angular 4 and removed it completely in Angular 9. This solution should not be impacted by the migration to Renderer2. Please refer to this link for additional information: Renderer migration to Renderer2

Unable to set default python version to python3 in ubuntu

You didn't include the priority argument

sudo update-alternatives --install /usr/bin/python python /usr/bin/python3 5

You can replace 5 with any priority you want. A higher priority alternative takes precedence over lower priority.

How to use Microsoft.Office.Interop.Excel on a machine without installed MS Office?

You can't use Microsoft.Office.Interop.Excel without having ms office installed.

Just search in google for some libraries, which allows to modify xls or xlsx:

Read/Parse text file line by line in VBA

I find the FileSystemObject with a TxtStream the easiest way to read files

Dim fso As FileSystemObject: Set fso = New FileSystemObject
Set txtStream = fso.OpenTextFile(filePath, ForReading, False)

Then with this txtStream object you have all sorts of tools which intellisense picks up (unlike using the FreeFile() method) so there is less guesswork. Plus you don' have to assign a FreeFile and hope it is actually still free since when you assigned it.

You can read a file like:

Do While Not txtStream.AtEndOfStream
    txtStream.ReadLine
Loop
txtStream.Close

NOTE: This requires a reference to Microsoft Scripting Runtime.

How can I show data using a modal when clicking a table row (using bootstrap)?

The solution from PSL will not work in Firefox. FF accepts event only as a formal parameter. So you have to find another way to identify the selected row. My solution is something like this:

...
$('#mySelector')
  .on('show.bs.modal', function(e) {
  var mid;


  if (navigator.userAgent.toLowerCase().indexOf('firefox') > -1) 
    mid = $(e.relatedTarget).data('id');
  else
    mid = $(event.target).closest('tr').data('id');

...

ASP.Net 2012 Unobtrusive Validation with jQuery

Other than the required "jquery" ScriptResourceDefinition in Global.asax (use your own paths):

    protected void Application_Start(object sender, EventArgs e)
    {            
        ScriptManager.ScriptResourceMapping.AddDefinition(
            "jquery",
            new ScriptResourceDefinition
            {
                Path = "/static/scripts/jquery-1.8.3.min.js",
                DebugPath = "/static/scripts/jquery-1.8.3.js",
                CdnPath = "http://ajax.aspnetcdn.com/ajax/jQuery/jquery-1.8.3.min.js",
                CdnDebugPath = "http://ajax.aspnetcdn.com/ajax/jQuery/jquery-1.8.3.js",
                CdnSupportsSecureConnection = true,
                LoadSuccessExpression = "jQuery"
            });
    }

You additionally only need to explicitly add "WebUIValidation.js" after "jquery" ScriptReference in ScriptManager (the most important part):

       <asp:ScriptManager runat="server" EnableScriptGlobalization="True" EnableCdn="True">
            <Scripts>
                <asp:ScriptReference Name="jquery" />
                <asp:ScriptReference Name="WebUIValidation.js" Assembly="System.Web" />
            </Scripts>
        </asp:ScriptManager>

If you add it before "jquery", or if you don't add any or both of them at all (ASP.Net will then automatically add it before "jquery") - the client validation will be completely broken:

http://connect.microsoft.com/VisualStudio/feedback/details/748064/unobtrusive-validation-breaks-with-a-script-manager-on-the-page

You don't need any of those NuGet packages at all, nor any additional ScriptReference (some of which are just duplicates, or even a completely unnecessary bloat - as they are added automatically by ASP.Net if needed) mentioned in your blog.

EDIT: you don't need to explicitly add "WebForms.js" as well (removed it from the example) - and if you do, its LoadSuccessExpression will be ignored for some reason

Run script with rc.local: script works, but not at boot

This is most probably caused by a missing or incomplete PATH environment variable.

If you provide full absolute paths to your executables (su and node) it will work.

UnicodeEncodeError: 'ascii' codec can't encode character at special name

You really want to do this

flog.write("\nCompany Name: "+ pCompanyName.encode('utf-8'))

This is the "encode late" strategy described in this unicode presentation (slides 32 through 35).

How do I set a VB.Net ComboBox default value

because you have set index is 0 it shows always 1st value from combobox as input.

Try this :

With Me.ComboBox1
    .DropDownStyle = ComboBoxStyle.DropDown
    .Text = " "
End With

SQL query to group by day

use linq

from c in Customers
group c by DbFunctions.TruncateTime(c.CreateTime) into date
orderby date.Key descending
select new  
{
    Value = date.Count().ToString(),
    Name = date.Key.ToString().Substring(0, 10)
}

combining two string variables

you need to take out the quotes:

soda = a + b

(You want to refer to the variables a and b, not the strings "a" and "b")

How do I create a MongoDB dump of my database?

If your database in the local system. Then you type the below command. for Linux terminal

mongodump -h SERVER_NAME:PORT -d DATABASE_NAME

If database user and password are there then you below code.

mongodump -h SERVER_NAME:PORT -d DATABASE_NAME -u DATABASE_USER -p PASSWORD

This worked very well in my Linux terminal.

GSON - Date format

As M.L. pointed out, JsonSerializer works here. However, if you are formatting database entities, use java.sql.Date to register you serializer. Deserializer is not needed.

Gson gson = new GsonBuilder()
   .registerTypeAdapter(java.sql.Date.class, ser).create();

This bug report might be related: http://code.google.com/p/google-gson/issues/detail?id=230. I use version 1.7.2 though.

How do I use Join-Path to combine more than two strings into a file path?

Or you could write your own function for it (which is what I ended up doing).

function Join-Path-Recursively($PathParts) {
    $NumberOfPathParts = $PathParts.Length;

    if ($NumberOfPathParts -eq 0) {
        return $null
    } elseif ($NumberOfPathParts -eq 1) {
        return $PathParts[0]
    } else {
        return Join-Path -Path $PathParts[0] -ChildPath $(Join-Path-Recursively -PathParts $PathParts[1..($NumberOfPathParts-1)])
    }
}

You could then call the function like this:

Join-Path-Recursively -PathParts  @("C:", "Program Files", "Microsoft Office")
Join-Path-Recursively  @("C:", "Program Files", "Microsoft Office")

This has the advantage of having the exact same behaviour as the normal Join-Path function and not depending on the .NET Framework.

Adding quotes to a string in VBScript

I designed a simple approach using single quotes when forming the strings and then calling a function that replaces single quotes with double quotes.

Of course this approach works as long as you don't need to include actual single quotes inside your string.

Function Q(s)

    Q = Replace(s,"'","""")

End Function

...

user="myself"
code ="70234"
level ="C"

r="{'User':'" & user & "','Code':'" & code & "','Level':'" & level & "'}"
r = Q(r)
response.write r

...

Hope this helps.

What is the best way to give a C# auto-property an initial value?

In Version of C# (6.0) & greater, you can do :

For Readonly properties

public int ReadOnlyProp => 2;

For both Writable & Readable properties

public string PropTest { get; set; } = "test";

In current Version of C# (7.0), you can do : (The snippet rather displays how you can use expression bodied get/set accessors to make is more compact when using with backing fields)

private string label = "Default Value";

// Expression-bodied get / set accessors.
public string Label
{
   get => label;
   set => this.label = value; 
 }

CR LF notepad++ removal

"View -> Show Symbol -> uncheck Show All characters" may not work if you have pending update for notepad++. So update Notepad++ and then View -> Show Symbol -> uncheck Show All characters

Hope this is helpful!

Unit Tests not discovered in Visual Studio 2017

I've tried everything but nothing helped. In my case, I had a solution with several test projects and some of them were using the old ms-test framework so Visual Studio found only those.

I installed the test framework packages for all test projects as showed in this answer, then removed the references to the old quality-tools, restarted Visual Studio, and now I can see all tests.

How do I record audio on iPhone with AVAudioRecorder?

I've been trying to get this code to work for the last 2 hours and though it showed no error on the simulator, there was one on the device.

Turns out, at least in my case that the error came from directory used (bundle) :

NSURL *url = [NSURL fileURLWithPath:[NSString stringWithFormat:@"%@/recordTest.caf", [[NSBundle mainBundle] resourcePath]]];

It was not writable or something like this... There was no error except the fact that prepareToRecord failed...

I therefore replaced it by :

NSArray *paths = NSSearchPathForDirectoriesInDomains(NSDocumentDirectory, NSUserDomainMask, YES);
NSString *recDir = [paths objectAtIndex:0];
NSURL *url = [NSURL fileURLWithPath:[NSString stringWithFormat:@"%@/recordTest.caf", recDir]]

It now Works like a Charm.

Hope this helps others.

Best Way to read rss feed in .net Using C#

This is an old post, but to save people some time if you get here now like I did, I suggest you have a look at the CodeHollow.FeedReader package which supports a wider range of RSS versions, is easier to use and seems more robust. https://github.com/codehollow/FeedReader

How would I extract a single file (or changes to a file) from a git stash?

You can get the diff for a stash with "git show stash@{0}" (or whatever the number of the stash is; see "git stash list"). It's easy to extract the section of the diff for a single file.

Angular 2 select option (dropdown) - how to get the value on change so it can be used in a function?

<select [(ngModel)]="selectedcarrera" (change)="mostrardatos()" class="form-control" name="carreras">
    <option *ngFor="let x of carreras" [ngValue]="x"> {{x.nombre}} </option>
</select>

In ts

mostrardatos(){

}

I want to align the text in a <td> to the top

you can use valign="top" on the td tag it is working perfectly for me.

HTTP Error 404.3-Not Found in IIS 7.5

In windows server 2012, even after installing asp.net you might run into this issue.

Check for "Http activation" feature. This feature is present under Web services as well.

Make sure you add the above and everything should be awesome for you !!!

Java JTable getting the data of the selected row

if you want to get the data in the entire row, you can use this combination below

tableModel.getDataVector().elementAt(jTable.getSelectedRow());

Where "tableModel" is the model for the table that can be accessed like so

(DefaultTableModel) jTable.getModel();

this will return the entire row data.

I hope this helps somebody

How to dump only specific tables from MySQL?

If you're in local machine then use this command

/usr/local/mysql/bin/mysqldump -h127.0.0.1 --port = 3306 -u [username] -p [password] --databases [db_name] --tables [tablename] > /to/path/tablename.sql;

For remote machine, use below one

/usr/local/mysql/bin/mysqldump -h [remoteip] --port = 3306 -u [username] -p [password] --databases [db_name] --tables [tablename] > /to/path/tablename.sql;

What characters are valid for JavaScript variable names?

in case regular expressions is not a must, wouldn't it be better to just ask the browser to decide using eval ?

function isValidVarName( name ) {
    try {
        // Update, previoulsy it was
        // eval('(function() { var ' + name + '; })()');
        Function('var ' + name);
    } catch( e ) {
        return false;
    }
    return true;
}

isValidVarName('my_var');     // true
isValidVarName('1');          // false

How can I get the current class of a div with jQuery?

var className=$('selector').attr('class');

or

var className=$(this).attr('class');

the classname of the current element

How can I get the value of a registry key from within a batch script?

To get a particular answer to the registry value you may use the following query:

REG QUERY "Key_Name" /v "Value_Name" /s

eg: REG QUERY "HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Microsoft\Command Processor" /v "EnableExtensions" /s

here /v : Queries for a specific registry key values.

/s : Queries all subkeys and values recursively (like dir /s)

How to Rotate a UIImage 90 degrees?

I believe the easiest way (and thread safe too) is to do:

//assume that the image is loaded in landscape mode from disk
UIImage * landscapeImage = [UIImage imageNamed:imgname];
UIImage * portraitImage = [[UIImage alloc] initWithCGImage: landscapeImage.CGImage
                                                     scale: 1.0
                                               orientation: UIImageOrientationRight];

Note: As Brainware said this only modifies the orientation data of the image - the pixel data is untouched. For some applications, this may not be enough.

Or in Swift:

guard
    let landscapeImage = UIImage(named: "imgname"),
    let landscapeCGImage = landscapeImage.cgImage
else { return }
let portraitImage = UIImage(cgImage: landscapeCGImage, scale: landscapeImage.scale, orientation: .right)

How to run multiple sites on one apache instance

Your question is mixing a few different concepts. You started out saying you wanted to run sites on the same server using the same domain, but in different folders. That doesn't require any special setup. Once you get the single domain running, you just create folders under that docroot.

Based on the rest of your question, what you really want to do is run various sites on the same server with their own domain names.

The best documentation you'll find on the topic is the virtual host documentation in the apache manual.

There are two types of virtual hosts: name-based and IP-based. Name-based allows you to use a single IP address, while IP-based requires a different IP for each site. Based on your description above, you want to use name-based virtual hosts.

The initial error you were getting was due to the fact that you were using different ports than the NameVirtualHost line. If you really want to have sites served from ports other than 80, you'll need to have a NameVirtualHost entry for each port.

Assuming you're starting from scratch, this is much simpler than it may seem.

If you are using 2.3 or earlier, the first thing you need to do is tell Apache that you're going to use name-based virtual hosts.

NameVirtualHost *:80

If you are using 2.4 or later do not add a NameVirtualHost line. Version 2.4 of Apache deprecated the NameVirtualHost directive, and it will be removed in a future version.

Now your vhost definitions:

<VirtualHost *:80>
    DocumentRoot "/home/user/site1/"
    ServerName site1
</VirtualHost>

<VirtualHost *:80>
    DocumentRoot "/home/user/site2/"
    ServerName site2
</VirtualHost>

You can run as many sites as you want on the same port. The ServerName being different is enough to tell Apache which vhost to use. Also, the ServerName directive is always the domain/hostname and should never include a path.

If you decide to run sites on a port other than 80, you'll always have to include the port number in the URL when accessing the site. So instead of going to http://example.com you would have to go to http://example.com:81

Could not load file or assembly Microsoft.SqlServer.management.sdk.sfc version 11.0.0.0

I downloaded "Microsoft® System CLR Types for Microsoft® SQL Server® 2012" and "Microsoft® SQL Server® 2012 Shared Management Objects" from @ImanMahmoudinasab mentioned link, but Shared Management Objects had problem while installing and it showed some dependencies message and at the end installation Failed!

Finally I solved the problem with Power Shell. I run PS as administrator with the below command:

Start-Process <path>\SharedManagementObjects.msi

Is there a command line command for verifying what version of .NET is installed

Since you said you want to know if its actually installed, I think the best way (short of running version specific code), is to check the reassuringly named "Install" registry key. 0x1 means yes:

C:\>reg query "HKLM\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\NET Framework Setup\NDP\v3.5"| findstr Install

   Install     REG_DWORD       0x1
   InstallPath REG_SZ  c:\WINNT\Microsoft.NET\Framework\v3.5\

This also happens to be the "Microsoft Recommended" official method.

WMI is another possibility, but seems impractical (Slow? Takes 2 min on my C2D, SSD). Maybe it works better on your server:

C:\>wmic product where "Name like 'Microsoft .Net%'" get Name, Version

Name                                                Version
Microsoft .NET Compact Framework 1.0 SP3 Developer  1.0.4292
Microsoft .NET Framework 3.0 Service Pack 2         3.2.30729
Microsoft .NET Framework 3.5 SP1                    3.5.30729
Microsoft .NET Compact Framework 2.0                2.0.5238
Microsoft .NET Framework 4 Client Profile           4.0.30319
Microsoft .NET Framework 4 Multi-Targeting Pack     4.0.30319
Microsoft .NET Framework 2.0 Service Pack 2         2.2.30729
Microsoft .NET Framework 1.1                        1.1.4322
Microsoft .NET Framework 4 Extended                 4.0.30319

C:\>wmic product where "name like 'Microsoft .N%' and version='3.5.30729'" get name

Name  
Microsoft .NET Framework 3.5 SP1

Other than these I think the only way to be 100% sure is to actually run a simple console app compiled targeting your framework version. Personally, I consider this unnecessary and trust the registry method just fine.

Finally, you could set up an intranet test site which is reachable from your server and sniffs the User Agent to determine .NET versions. But that's not a batch file solution of course. Also see doc here.

ASP.NET Core 1.0 on IIS error 502.5

In my case was problem with Net Core version installed on server. I just install the same version as on my development machine and everything is OK :-)

How to give a pandas/matplotlib bar graph custom colors

I found the easiest way is to use the colormap parameter in .plot() with one of the preset color gradients:

df.plot(kind='bar', stacked=True, colormap='Paired')

enter image description here

You can find a large list of preset colormaps here.

colormaps

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

The same thing happened to me. In my case most of the worksheet was in protected mode (though the cells relevant to the macro were unlocked). When I disabled the protection on the worksheet, the macro worked fine...it seems VBA doesn't like locked cells even if they are not used by the macro.

How to add http:// if it doesn't exist in the URL

<?php
    if (!preg_match("/^(http|ftp):/", $_POST['url'])) {
        $_POST['url'] = 'http://'.$_POST['url'];
    }
    $url = $_POST['url'];
?>

This code will add http:// to the URL if it’s not there.

How to create a signed APK file using Cordova command line interface?

Build cordova release APK file in cmd.

KEY STORE FILE PATH: keystore file path (F:/cordova/myApp/xxxxx.jks)

KEY STORE PASSWORD: xxxxx

KEY STORE ALIAS: xxxxx

KEY STORE ALIAS PASSWORD: xxxxx

PATH OF zipalign.exe: zipalign.exe file path (C:\Users\xxxx\AppData\Local\Android\sdk\build-tools\25.0.2\zipalign)

ANDROID UNSIGNED APK NAME: android-release-unsigned.apk

ANDROID RELEASE APK NAME: android-release.apk

Run below steps in cmd (run as administrator)

  1. cordova build --release android
  2. go to android-release-unsigned.apk file location (PROJECT\platforms\android\build\outputs\apk)
  3. jarsigner -verbose -sigalg SHA1withRSA -digestalg SHA1 -keystore <KEY STORE FILE PATH> <ANDROID UNSIGNED APK NAME> <KEY STORE ALIAS>
  4. <PATH OF zipalign.exe> -v 4 <ANDROID UNSIGNED APK NAME> <ANDROID RELEASE APK NAME>

Django: ImproperlyConfigured: The SECRET_KEY setting must not be empty

My Mac OS didn't like that it didn't find the env variable set in the settings file:

# SECURITY WARNING: keep the secret key used in production secret!
SECRET_KEY = os.environ.get('MY_SERVER_ENV_VAR_NAME')

but after adding the env var to my local Mac OS dev environment, the error disappeared:

export MY_SERVER_ENV_VAR_NAME ='fake dev security key that is longer than 50 characters.'

In my case, I also needed to add the --settings param:

python3 manage.py check --deploy --settings myappname.settings.production

where production.py is a file containing production specific settings inside a settings folder.

async/await - when to return a Task vs void?

My answer is simple you can not await void method

Error   CS4008  Cannot await 'void' TestAsync   e:\test\TestAsync\TestAsyncProgram.cs

So if the method is async it is better to be awaitable, because you can loose async advantage.

How do I get currency exchange rates via an API such as Google Finance?

The European Central Bank (ECB) also has the most reliable free feed that I know of. It contains approx 28 currencies and is updated at least daily.

http://www.ecb.int/stats/eurofxref/eurofxref-daily.xml

For more formats and tools see the ECB reference page: http://www.ecb.int/stats/exchange/eurofxref/html/index.en.html

Get top 1 row of each group

I believe this can be done just like this. This might need some tweaking but you can just select the max from the group.

These answers are overkill..

SELECT
  d.DocumentID,
  MAX(d.Status),
  MAX(d1.DateCreated)
FROM DocumentStatusLogs d, DocumentStatusLogs d1
USING(DocumentID)
GROUP BY d.DocumentID
ORDER BY DateCreated DESC

How to check syslog in Bash on Linux?

tail -f /var/log/syslog | grep process_name where process_name is the name of the process we are interested in

Select first row in each GROUP BY group?

Very fast solution

SELECT a.* 
FROM
    purchases a 
    JOIN ( 
        SELECT customer, min( id ) as id 
        FROM purchases 
        GROUP BY customer 
    ) b USING ( id );

and really very fast if table is indexed by id:

create index purchases_id on purchases (id);

sys.stdin.readline() reads without prompt, returning 'nothing in between'

If you need just one character and you don't want to keep things in the buffer, you can simply read a whole line and drop everything that isn't needed.

Replace:

stdin.read(1)

with

stdin.readline().strip()[:1]

This will read a line, remove spaces and newlines and just keep the first character.

What are invalid characters in XML

For XSL (on really lazy days) I use:

capture="&amp;(?!amp;)" capturereplace="&amp;amp;"

to translate all &-signs that aren't follwed på amp; to proper ones.

We have cases where the input is in CDATA but the system which uses the XML doesn't take it into account. It's a sloppy fix, beware...

How to use vim in the terminal?

Run vim from the terminal. For the basics, you're advised to run the command vimtutor.

# On your terminal command line:
$ vim

If you have a specific file to edit, pass it as an argument.

$ vim yourfile.cpp

Likewise, launch the tutorial

$ vimtutor

How to force Laravel Project to use HTTPS for all routes?

You can set 'url' => 'https://youDomain.com' in config/app.php or you could use a middleware class Laravel 5 - redirect to HTTPS.

Using array map to filter results with if conditional

You should use Array.prototype.reduce to do this. I did do a little JS perf test to verify that this is more performant than doing a .filter + .map.

$scope.appIds = $scope.applicationsHere.reduce(function(ids, obj){
    if(obj.selected === true){
        ids.push(obj.id);
    }
    return ids;
}, []);

Just for the sake of clarity, here's the sample .reduce I used in the JSPerf test:

_x000D_
_x000D_
  var things = [_x000D_
    {id: 1, selected: true},_x000D_
    {id: 2, selected: true},_x000D_
    {id: 3, selected: true},_x000D_
    {id: 4, selected: true},_x000D_
    {id: 5, selected: false},_x000D_
    {id: 6, selected: true},_x000D_
    {id: 7, selected: false},_x000D_
    {id: 8, selected: true},_x000D_
    {id: 9, selected: false},_x000D_
    {id: 10, selected: true},_x000D_
  ];_x000D_
  _x000D_
   _x000D_
var ids = things.reduce((ids, thing) => {_x000D_
  if (thing.selected) {_x000D_
    ids.push(thing.id);_x000D_
  }_x000D_
  return ids;_x000D_
}, []);_x000D_
_x000D_
console.log(ids)
_x000D_
_x000D_
_x000D_


EDIT 1

Note, As of 2/2018 Reduce + Push is fastest in Chrome and Edge, but slower than Filter + Map in Firefox

jQuery position DIV fixed at top on scroll

instead of doing it like that, why not just make the flyout position:fixed, top:0; left:0; once your window has scrolled pass a certain height:

jQuery

  $(window).scroll(function(){
      if ($(this).scrollTop() > 135) {
          $('#task_flyout').addClass('fixed');
      } else {
          $('#task_flyout').removeClass('fixed');
      }
  });

css

.fixed {position:fixed; top:0; left:0;}

Example

Select folder dialog WPF

Only such dialog is FileDialog. Its part of WinForms, but its actually only wrapper around WinAPI standard OS file dialog. And I don't think it is ugly, its actually part of OS, so it looks like OS it is run on.

Other way, there is nothing to help you with. You either need to look for 3rd party implementation, either free (and I don't think there are any good) or paid.

Create numpy matrix filled with NaNs

Yet another possibility not yet mentioned here is to use NumPy tile:

a = numpy.tile(numpy.nan, (3, 3))

Also gives

array([[ NaN,  NaN,  NaN],
       [ NaN,  NaN,  NaN],
       [ NaN,  NaN,  NaN]])

I don't know about speed comparison.

is it possible to add colors to python output?

IDLE's console does not support ANSI escape sequences, or any other form of escapes for coloring your output.

You can learn how to talk to IDLE's console directly instead of just treating it like normal stdout and printing to it (which is how it does things like color-coding your syntax), but that's pretty complicated. The idle documentation just tells you the basics of using IDLE itself, and its idlelib library has no documentation (well, there is a single line of documentation—"(New in 2.3) Support library for the IDLE development environment."—if you know where to find it, but that isn't very helpful). So, you need to either read the source, or do a whole lot of trial and error, to even get started.


Alternatively, you can run your script from the command line instead of from IDLE, in which case you can use whatever escape sequences your terminal handles. Most modern terminals will handle at least basic 16/8-color ANSI. Many will handle 16/16, or the expanded xterm-256 color sequences, or even full 24-bit colors. (I believe gnome-terminal is the default for Ubuntu, and in its default configuration it will handle xterm-256, but that's really a question for SuperUser or AskUbuntu.)

Learning to read the termcap entries to know which codes to enter is complicated… but if you only care about a single console—or are willing to just assume "almost everything handles basic 16/8-color ANSI, and anything that doesn't, I don't care about", you can ignore that part and just hardcode them based on, e.g., this page.

Once you know what you want to emit, it's just a matter of putting the codes in the strings before printing them.

But there are libraries that can make this all easier for you. One really nice library, which comes built in with Python, is curses. This lets you take over the terminal and do a full-screen GUI, with colors and spinning cursors and anything else you want. It is a little heavy-weight for simple uses, of course. Other libraries can be found by searching PyPI, as usual.

multiple figure in latex with captions

Look at the Subfloats section of http://en.wikibooks.org/wiki/LaTeX/Floats,_Figures_and_Captions.

\begin{figure}[htp]
  \centering
  \label{figur}\caption{equation...}

  \subfloat[Subcaption 1]{\label{figur:1}\includegraphics[width=60mm]{explicit3185.eps}}
  \subfloat[Subcaption 2]{\label{figur:2}\includegraphics[width=60mm]{explicit3183.eps}}
  \\
  \subfloat[Subcaption 3]{\label{figur:3}\includegraphics[width=60mm]{explicit1501.eps}}
  \subfloat[Subcaption 4]{\label{figur:4}\includegraphics[width=60mm]{explicit23185.eps}}
  \\
  \subfloat[Subcaption 5]{\label{figur:5}\includegraphics[width=60mm]{explicit23183.eps}}
  \subfloat[Subcaption 6]{\label{figur:6}\includegraphics[width=60mm]{explicit21501.eps}}

\end{figure}

Time complexity of Euclid's Algorithm

Here's intuitive understanding of runtime complexity of Euclid's algorithm. The formal proofs are covered in various texts such as Introduction to Algorithms and TAOCP Vol 2.

First think about what if we tried to take gcd of two Fibonacci numbers F(k+1) and F(k). You might quickly observe that Euclid's algorithm iterates on to F(k) and F(k-1). That is, with each iteration we move down one number in Fibonacci series. As Fibonacci numbers are O(Phi ^ k) where Phi is golden ratio, we can see that runtime of GCD was O(log n) where n=max(a, b) and log has base of Phi. Next, we can prove that this would be the worst case by observing that Fibonacci numbers consistently produces pairs where the remainders remains large enough in each iteration and never become zero until you have arrived at the start of the series.

We can make O(log n) where n=max(a, b) bound even more tighter. Assume that b >= a so we can write bound at O(log b). First, observe that GCD(ka, kb) = GCD(a, b). As biggest values of k is gcd(a,c), we can replace b with b/gcd(a,b) in our runtime leading to more tighter bound of O(log b/gcd(a,b)).

ES6 export default with multiple functions referring to each other

tl;dr: baz() { this.foo(); this.bar() }

In ES2015 this construct:

var obj = {
    foo() { console.log('foo') }
}

is equal to this ES5 code:

var obj = {
    foo : function foo() { console.log('foo') }
}

exports.default = {} is like creating an object, your default export translates to ES5 code like this:

exports['default'] = {
    foo: function foo() {
        console.log('foo');
    },
    bar: function bar() {
        console.log('bar');
    },
    baz: function baz() {
        foo();bar();
    }
};

now it's kind of obvious (I hope) that baz tries to call foo and bar defined somewhere in the outer scope, which are undefined. But this.foo and this.bar will resolve to the keys defined in exports['default'] object. So the default export referencing its own methods shold look like this:

export default {
    foo() { console.log('foo') }, 
    bar() { console.log('bar') },
    baz() { this.foo(); this.bar() }
}

See babel repl transpiled code.

Easy way to pull latest of all git submodules

Git for windows 2.6.3:

git submodule update --rebase --remote

How can I add a volume to an existing Docker container?

Unfortunately the switch option to mount a volume is only found in the run command.

docker run --help

-v, --volume list Bind mount a volume (default [])

There is a way you can work around this though so you won't have to reinstall the applications you've already set up on your container.

  1. Export your container docker container export -o ./myimage.docker mycontainer
  2. Import as an image docker import ./myimage.docker myimage
  3. Then docker run -i -t -v /somedir --name mycontainer myimage /bin/bash

How can I add shadow to the widget in flutter?

PhysicalModel will help you to give it elevation shadow.

 Container(
        alignment: Alignment.center,
        child: Column(
          children: <Widget>[
            SizedBox(
              height: 60,
            ),
            Container(
              child: PhysicalModel(
                borderRadius: BorderRadius.circular(20),
                color: Colors.blue,
                elevation: 18,
                shadowColor: Colors.red,
                child: Container(
                  height: 100,
                  width: 100,
                ),
              ),
            ),
            SizedBox(
              height: 60,
            ),
            Container(
              child: PhysicalShape(
                color: Colors.blue,
                shadowColor: Colors.red,
                elevation: 18,
                clipper: ShapeBorderClipper(shape: CircleBorder()),
                child: Container(
                  height: 150,
                  width: 150,
                ),
              ),
            )
          ],
        ),
      )

enter image description here

Change a web.config programmatically with C# (.NET)

This is a method that I use to update AppSettings, works for both web and desktop applications. If you need to edit connectionStrings you can get that value from System.Configuration.ConnectionStringSettings config = configFile.ConnectionStrings.ConnectionStrings["YourConnectionStringName"]; and then set a new value with config.ConnectionString = "your connection string";. Note that if you have any comments in the connectionStrings section in Web.Config these will be removed.

private void UpdateAppSettings(string key, string value)
{
    System.Configuration.Configuration configFile = null;
    if (System.Web.HttpContext.Current != null)
    {
        configFile =
            System.Web.Configuration.WebConfigurationManager.OpenWebConfiguration("~");
    }
    else
    {
        configFile =
            ConfigurationManager.OpenExeConfiguration(ConfigurationUserLevel.None);
    }
    var settings = configFile.AppSettings.Settings;
    if (settings[key] == null)
    {
        settings.Add(key, value);
    }
    else
    {
        settings[key].Value = value;
    }
    configFile.Save(ConfigurationSaveMode.Modified);
    ConfigurationManager.RefreshSection(configFile.AppSettings.SectionInformation.Name);
}

How do I configure modprobe to find my module?

You can make a symbolic link of your module to the standard path, so depmod will see it and you'll be able load it as any other module.

sudo ln -s /path/to/module.ko /lib/modules/`uname -r`
sudo depmod -a
sudo modprobe module

If you add the module name to /etc/modules it will be loaded any time you boot.

Anyway I think that the proper configuration is to copy the module to the standard paths.

How to stop/cancel 'git log' command in terminal?

You can hit the key q (for quit) and it should take you to the prompt.

Please see this link.

How to put more than 1000 values into an Oracle IN clause

Where do you get the list of ids from in the first place? Since they are IDs in your database, did they come from some previous query?

When I have seen this in the past it has been because:-

  1. a reference table is missing and the correct way would be to add the new table, put an attribute on that table and join to it
  2. a list of ids is extracted from the database, and then used in a subsequent SQL statement (perhaps later or on another server or whatever). In this case, the answer is to never extract it from the database. Either store in a temporary table or just write one query.

I think there may be better ways to rework this code that just getting this SQL statement to work. If you provide more details you might get some ideas.

Python: Making a beep noise

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

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

os.system( "say beep" )

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

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

CSS checkbox input styling

As IE6 doesn't understand attribute selectors, you can combine a script only seen by IE6 (with conditional comments) and jQuery or IE7.js by Dean Edwards.

IE7(.js) is a JavaScript library to make Microsoft Internet Explorer behave like a standards-compliant browser. It fixes many HTML and CSS issues and makes transparent PNG work correctly under IE5 and IE6.

The choice of using classes or jQuery or IE7.js depends on your likes and dislikes and your other needs (maybe PNG-24 transparency throughout your site without having to rely on PNG-8 with complete transparency that fallbacks to 1-bit transparency on IE6 - only created by Fireworks and pngnq, etc)

Remove a marker from a GoogleMap

use the following code:

 mMap.setOnMarkerClickListener(new GoogleMap.OnMarkerClickListener() {
       @Override
       public boolean onMarkerClick(Marker marker) {

           marker.remove();
           return true;
       }
   });

once you click on "a marker", you can remove it.

Nth word in a string variable

No expensive forks, no pipes, no bashisms:

$ set -- $STRING
$ eval echo \${$N}
three

But beware of globbing.

How do I read / convert an InputStream into a String in Java?

Guava provides much shorter efficient autoclosing solution in case when input stream comes from classpath resource (which seems to be popular task):

byte[] bytes = Resources.toByteArray(classLoader.getResource(path));

or

String text = Resources.toString(classLoader.getResource(path), StandardCharsets.UTF_8);

There is also general concept of ByteSource and CharSource that gently take care of both opening and closing the stream.

So, for example, instead of explicitly opening a small file to read its contents:

String content = Files.asCharSource(new File("robots.txt"), StandardCharsets.UTF_8).read();
byte[] data = Files.asByteSource(new File("favicon.ico")).read();

or just

String content = Files.toString(new File("robots.txt"), StandardCharsets.UTF_8);
byte[] data = Files.toByteArray(new File("favicon.ico"));

Visual Studio 2015 or 2017 does not discover unit tests

Deleting the file \AppData\Local\Microsoft\VisualStudio\14.0\1033\SpecificFold??erCache.xml solved the issue for me.

How to use enums in C++

Sadly, elements of the enum are 'global'. You access them by doing day = Saturday. That means that you cannot have enum A { a, b } ; and enum B { b, a } ; for they are in conflict.

How to trigger checkbox click event even if it's checked through Javascript code?

You can use .change() function too

E.g.:

$('form input[type=checkbox]').change(function() { console.log('hello') });

counting number of directories in a specific directory

If you only have directories in the folder and no files this does it:

ls | wc -l

What is a .pid file and what does it contain?

The pid files contains the process id (a number) of a given program. For example, Apache HTTPD may write its main process number to a pid file - which is a regular text file, nothing more than that - and later use the information there contained to stop itself. You can also use that information to kill the process yourself, using cat filename.pid | xargs kill

don't fail jenkins build if execute shell fails

If you put this commands into shell block:

false
true

your build will be marked as fail ( at least 1 non-zero exit code ), so you can add (set +e) to ignore it:

set +e
false
true

will not fail. However, this will fail even with the (set +e) in place:

set +e
false

because the last shell command must exit with 0.

Check if String / Record exists in DataTable

Something like this

 string find = "item_manuf_id = 'some value'";
 DataRow[] foundRows = table.Select(find);

What's the difference between <mvc:annotation-driven /> and <context:annotation-config /> in servlet?

mvc:annotation-driven is a tag added in Spring 3.0 which does the following:

  1. Configures the Spring 3 Type ConversionService (alternative to PropertyEditors)
  2. Adds support for formatting Number fields with @NumberFormat
  3. Adds support for formatting Date, Calendar, and Joda Time fields with @DateTimeFormat, if Joda Time is on the classpath
  4. Adds support for validating @Controller inputs with @Valid, if a JSR-303 Provider is on the classpath
  5. Adds support for support for reading and writing XML, if JAXB is on the classpath (HTTP message conversion with @RequestBody/@ResponseBody)
  6. Adds support for reading and writing JSON, if Jackson is o n the classpath (along the same lines as #5)

context:annotation-config Looks for annotations on beans in the same application context it is defined and declares support for all the general annotations like @Autowired, @Resource, @Required, @PostConstruct etc etc.

Page Redirect after X seconds wait using JavaScript

It looks you are almost there. Try:

if(error == true){

    // Your application has indicated there's an error
    window.setTimeout(function(){

        // Move to a new location or you can do something else
        window.location.href = "https://www.google.co.in";

    }, 5000);

}

Setting Curl's Timeout in PHP

You can't run the request from a browser, it will timeout waiting for the server running the CURL request to respond. The browser is probably timing out in 1-2 minutes, the default network timeout.

You need to run it from the command line/terminal.

Create <div> and append <div> dynamically

Use the same process. You already have the variable iDiv which still refers to the original element <div id='block'> you've created. You just need to create another <div> and call appendChild().

// Your existing code unmodified...
var iDiv = document.createElement('div');
iDiv.id = 'block';
iDiv.className = 'block';
document.getElementsByTagName('body')[0].appendChild(iDiv);

// Now create and append to iDiv
var innerDiv = document.createElement('div');
innerDiv.className = 'block-2';

// The variable iDiv is still good... Just append to it.
iDiv.appendChild(innerDiv);

http://jsfiddle.net/W4Sup/1/

The order of event creation doesn't have to be as I have it above. You can alternately append the new innerDiv to the outer div before you add both to the <body>.

var iDiv = document.createElement('div');
iDiv.id = 'block';
iDiv.className = 'block';

// Create the inner div before appending to the body
var innerDiv = document.createElement('div');
innerDiv.className = 'block-2';

// The variable iDiv is still good... Just append to it.
iDiv.appendChild(innerDiv);

// Then append the whole thing onto the body
document.getElementsByTagName('body')[0].appendChild(iDiv);

How to open the default webbrowser using java

Here is my code. It'll open given url in default browser (cross platform solution).

import java.awt.Desktop;
import java.io.IOException;
import java.net.URI;
import java.net.URISyntaxException;

public class Browser {
    public static void main(String[] args) {
        String url = "http://www.google.com";

        if(Desktop.isDesktopSupported()){
            Desktop desktop = Desktop.getDesktop();
            try {
                desktop.browse(new URI(url));
            } catch (IOException | URISyntaxException e) {
                // TODO Auto-generated catch block
                e.printStackTrace();
            }
        }else{
            Runtime runtime = Runtime.getRuntime();
            try {
                runtime.exec("xdg-open " + url);
            } catch (IOException e) {
                // TODO Auto-generated catch block
                e.printStackTrace();
            }
        }
    }
}

How to fill in form field, and submit, using javascript?

This method helped me doing this task

document.forms['YourFormNameHere'].elements['NameofFormField'].value = "YourValue"
document.forms['YourFormNameHere'].submit();

Terminating a Java Program

  • Well, first System.exit(0) is used to terminate the program and having statements below it is not correct, although the compiler does not throw any errors.
  • a plain return; is used in a method of void return type to return the control of execution to its parent method.

PreparedStatement with Statement.RETURN_GENERATED_KEYS

private void alarmEventInsert(DriveDetail driveDetail, String vehicleRegNo, int organizationId) {

    final String ALARM_EVENT_INS_SQL = "INSERT INTO alarm_event (event_code,param1,param2,org_id,created_time) VALUES (?,?,?,?,?)";
    CachedConnection conn = JDatabaseManager.getConnection();
    PreparedStatement ps = null;
    ResultSet generatedKeys = null;
    try {
        ps = conn.prepareStatement(ALARM_EVENT_INS_SQL, ps.RETURN_GENERATED_KEYS);
        ps.setInt(1, driveDetail.getEventCode());
        ps.setString(2, vehicleRegNo);
        ps.setString(3, null);
        ps.setInt(4, organizationId);
        ps.setString(5, driveDetail.getCreateTime());
        ps.execute();
        generatedKeys = ps.getGeneratedKeys();
        if (generatedKeys.next()) {
            driveDetail.setStopDuration(generatedKeys.getInt(1));
        }
    } catch (SQLException e) {
        e.printStackTrace();
        logger.error("Error inserting into alarm_event : {}", e
                .getMessage());
        logger.info(ps.toString());
    } finally {
        if (ps != null) {
            try {

                if (ps != null)
                    ps.close();
            } catch (SQLException e) {
                logger.error("Error closing prepared statements : {}", e
                        .getMessage());
            }
        }
    }
    JDatabaseManager.freeConnection(conn);
}

Can we cast a generic object to a custom object type in javascript?

This worked for me. It's simple for simple objects.

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class Person {_x000D_
  constructor(firstName, lastName) {_x000D_
    this.firstName = firstName;_x000D_
    this.lastName = lastName;_x000D_
  }_x000D_
  getFullName() {_x000D_
    return this.lastName + " " + this.firstName;_x000D_
  }_x000D_
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  static class(obj) {_x000D_
    return new Person(obj.firstName, obj.lastName);_x000D_
  }_x000D_
}_x000D_
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var person1 = {_x000D_
  lastName: "Freeman",_x000D_
  firstName: "Gordon"_x000D_
};_x000D_
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var gordon = Person.class(person1);_x000D_
console.log(gordon.getFullName());
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I was also searching for a simple solution, and this is what I came up with, based on all other answers and my research. Basically, class Person has another constructor, called 'class' which works with a generic object of the same 'format' as Person. I hope this might help somebody as well.

How to make MySQL handle UTF-8 properly

Was able to find a solution. Ran the following as specified at http://technoguider.com/2015/05/utf8-set-up-in-mysql/

SET NAMES UTF8;
set collation_server = utf8_general_ci;
set default-character-set = utf8;
set init_connect = ’SET NAMES utf8';
set character_set_server = utf8;
set character_set_client = utf8;

React: how to update state.item[1] in state using setState?

 handleChanges = (value, key) => {
     // clone the current State object
    let cloneObject = _.extend({}, this.state.currentAttribute);
    // key as user.name and value= "ABC" then current attributes have current properties as we changes
    currentAttribute[key] = value;
    // then set the state "currentAttribute" is key and "cloneObject" is changed object.  
    this.setState({currentAttribute: cloneObject});

and Change from Text box add onChange event

onChange = {
   (event) => {                                                
      this.handleChanges(event.target.value, "title");
   }
}

MAMP mysql server won't start. No mysql processes are running

This is what worked for me (Windows 10) :

  1. Click on Start Servers in MAMP
  2. Manually click on mysql.exe in MAMP installation folder (C:\MAMP\bin\mysql\bin\mysql.exe)

Tip : You can pin mysql.exe to Start Menu so you don't always have to search for this folder

Comparing two arrays of objects, and exclude the elements who match values into new array in JS

Just using the Array iteration methods built into JS is fine for this:

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var result1 = [_x000D_
    {id:1, name:'Sandra', type:'user', username:'sandra'},_x000D_
    {id:2, name:'John', type:'admin', username:'johnny2'},_x000D_
    {id:3, name:'Peter', type:'user', username:'pete'},_x000D_
    {id:4, name:'Bobby', type:'user', username:'be_bob'}_x000D_
];_x000D_
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var result2 = [_x000D_
    {id:2, name:'John', email:'[email protected]'},_x000D_
    {id:4, name:'Bobby', email:'[email protected]'}_x000D_
];_x000D_
_x000D_
var props = ['id', 'name'];_x000D_
_x000D_
var result = result1.filter(function(o1){_x000D_
    // filter out (!) items in result2_x000D_
    return !result2.some(function(o2){_x000D_
        return o1.id === o2.id;          // assumes unique id_x000D_
    });_x000D_
}).map(function(o){_x000D_
    // use reduce to make objects with only the required properties_x000D_
    // and map to apply this to the filtered array as a whole_x000D_
    return props.reduce(function(newo, name){_x000D_
        newo[name] = o[name];_x000D_
        return newo;_x000D_
    }, {});_x000D_
});_x000D_
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document.body.innerHTML = '<pre>' + JSON.stringify(result, null, 4) +_x000D_
        '</pre>';
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If you are doing this a lot, then by all means look at external libraries to help you out, but it's worth learning the basics first, and the basics will serve you well here.

Open a Web Page in a Windows Batch FIle

When you use the start command to a website it will use the default browser by default but if you want to use a specific browser then use start iexplorer.exe www.website.com

Also you cannot have http:// in the url.

curl error 18 - transfer closed with outstanding read data remaining

I had the same problem, but managed to fix it by suppressing the 'Expect: 100-continue' header that cURL usually sends (the following is PHP code, but should work similarly with other cURL APIs):

curl_setopt($curl, CURLOPT_HTTPHEADER, array('Expect:'));

By the way, I am sending calls to the HTTP server that is included in the JDK 6 REST stuff, which has all kinds of problems. In this case, it first sends a 100 response, and then with some requests doesn't send the subsequent 200 response correctly.

What is the difference between the float and integer data type when the size is the same?

Floats are used to store a wider range of number than can be fit in an integer. These include decimal numbers and scientific notation style numbers that can be bigger values than can fit in 32 bits. Here's the deep dive into them: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Floating_point

Java constructor/method with optional parameters?

You can't have optional arguments that default to a certain value in Java. The nearest thing to what you are talking about is java varargs whereby you can pass an arbitrary number of arguments (of the same type) to a method.

How does the getView() method work when creating your own custom adapter?

LayoutInflater is used to generate dynamic views of the XML for the ListView item or in onCreateView of the fragment.

ConvertView is basically used to recycle the views which are not in the view currently. Say you have a scrollable ListView. On scrolling down or up, the convertView gives the view which was scrolled. This reusage saves memory.

The parent parameter of the getView() method gives a reference to the parent layout which has the listView. Say you want to get the Id of any item in the parent XML you can use:

ViewParent nv = parent.getParent();

while (nv != null) {

    if (View.class.isInstance(nv)) {
        final View button = ((View) nv).findViewById(R.id.remove);
        if (button != null) {
            // FOUND IT!
            // do something, then break;
            button.setOnClickListener(new OnClickListener() {

                @Override
                public void onClick(View v) {
                    // TODO Auto-generated method stub
                    Log.d("Remove", "Remove clicked");

                    ((Button) button).setText("Hi");
                }
            });
        }
        break;
    }

 }

What exactly does Double mean in java?

In a comment on @paxdiablo's answer, you asked:

"So basically, is it better to use Double than Float?"

That is a complicated question. I will deal with it in two parts


Deciding between double versus float

On the one hand, a double occupies 8 bytes versus 4 bytes for a float. If you have many of them, this may be significant, though it may also have no impact. (Consider the case where the values are in fields or local variables on a 64bit machine, and the JVM aligns them on 64 bit boundaries.) Additionally, floating point arithmetic with double values is typically slower than with float values ... though once again this is hardware dependent.

On the other hand, a double can represent larger (and smaller) numbers than a float and can represent them with more than twice the precision. For the details, refer to Wikipedia.

The tricky question is knowing whether you actually need the extra range and precision of a double. In some cases it is obvious that you need it. In others it is not so obvious. For instance if you are doing calculations such as inverting a matrix or calculating a standard deviation, the extra precision may be critical. On the other hand, in some cases not even double is going to give you enough precision. (And beware of the trap of expecting float and double to give you an exact representation. They won't and they can't!)

There is a branch of mathematics called Numerical Analysis that deals with the effects of rounding error, etc in practical numerical calculations. It used to be a standard part of computer science courses ... back in the 1970's.


Deciding between Double versus Float

For the Double versus Float case, the issues of precision and range are the same as for double versus float, but the relative performance measures will be slightly different.

  • A Double (on a 32 bit machine) typically takes 16 bytes + 4 bytes for the reference, compared with 12 + 4 bytes for a Float. Compare this to 8 bytes versus 4 bytes for the double versus float case. So the ratio is 5 to 4 versus 2 to 1.

  • Arithmetic involving Double and Float typically involves dereferencing the pointer and creating a new object to hold the result (depending on the circumstances). These extra overheads also affect the ratios in favor of the Double case.


Correctness

Having said all that, the most important thing is correctness, and this typically means getting the most accurate answer. And even if accuracy is not critical, it is usually not wrong to be "too accurate". So, the simple "rule of thumb" is to use double in preference to float, UNLESS there is an overriding performance requirement, AND you have solid evidence that using float will make a difference with respect to that requirement.

How to send HTTP request in java?

There's a great link about sending a POST request here by Example Depot::

try {
    // Construct data
    String data = URLEncoder.encode("key1", "UTF-8") + "=" + URLEncoder.encode("value1", "UTF-8");
    data += "&" + URLEncoder.encode("key2", "UTF-8") + "=" + URLEncoder.encode("value2", "UTF-8");

    // Send data
    URL url = new URL("http://hostname:80/cgi");
    URLConnection conn = url.openConnection();
    conn.setDoOutput(true);
    OutputStreamWriter wr = new OutputStreamWriter(conn.getOutputStream());
    wr.write(data);
    wr.flush();

    // Get the response
    BufferedReader rd = new BufferedReader(new InputStreamReader(conn.getInputStream()));
    String line;
    while ((line = rd.readLine()) != null) {
        // Process line...
    }
    wr.close();
    rd.close();
} catch (Exception e) {
}

If you want to send a GET request you can modify the code slightly to suit your needs. Specifically you have to add the parameters inside the constructor of the URL. Then, also comment out this wr.write(data);

One thing that's not written and you should beware of, is the timeouts. Especially if you want to use it in WebServices you have to set timeouts, otherwise the above code will wait indefinitely or for a very long time at least and it's something presumably you don't want.

Timeouts are set like this conn.setReadTimeout(2000); the input parameter is in milliseconds

React Native: JAVA_HOME is not set and no 'java' command could be found in your PATH

I ran this in the command prompt(have windows 7 os): JAVA_HOME=C:\Program Files\Android\Android Studio\jre

where what its = to is the path to that jre folder, so anyone's can be different.

When to create variables (memory management)

Well, the JVM memory model works something like this: values are stored on one pile of memory stack and objects are stored on another pile of memory called the heap. The garbage collector looks for garbage by looking at a list of objects you've made and seeing which ones aren't pointed at by anything. This is where setting an object to null comes in; all nonprimitive (think of classes) variables are really references that point to the object on the stack, so by setting the reference you have to null the garbage collector can see that there's nothing else pointing at the object and it can decide to garbage collect it. All Java objects are stored on the heap so they can be seen and collected by the garbage collector.

Nonprimitive (ints, chars, doubles, those sort of things) values, however, aren't stored on the heap. They're created and stored temporarily as they're needed and there's not much you can do there, but thankfully the compilers nowadays are really efficient and will avoid needed to store them on the JVM stack unless they absolutely need to.

On a bytecode level, that's basically how it works. The JVM is based on a stack-based machine, with a couple instructions to create allocate objects on the heap as well, and a ton of instructions to manipulate, push and pop values, off the stack. Local variables are stored on the stack, allocated variables on the heap.* These are the heap and the stack I'm referring to above. Here's a pretty good starting point if you want to get into the nitty gritty details.

In the resulting compiled code, there's a bit of leeway in terms of implementing the heap and stack. Allocation's implemented as allocation, there's really not a way around doing so. Thus the virtual machine heap becomes an actual heap, and allocations in the bytecode are allocations in actual memory. But you can get around using a stack to some extent, since instead of storing the values on a stack (and accessing a ton of memory), you can stored them on registers on the CPU which can be up to a hundred times (maybe even a thousand) faster than storing it on memory. But there's cases where this isn't possible (look up register spilling for one example of when this may happen), and using a stack to implement a stack kind of makes a lot of sense.

And quite frankly in your case a few integers probably won't matter. The compiler will probably optimize them out by itself in this case anyways. Optimization should always happen after you get it running and notice it's a tad slower than you'd prefer it to be. Worry about making simple, elegant, working code first then later make it fast (and hopefully) simple, elegant, working code.

Java's actually very nicely made so that you shouldn't have to worry about nulling variables very often. Whenever you stop needing to use something, it will usually incidentally be disappearing from the scope of your program (and thus becoming eligible for garbage collection). So I guess the real lesson here is to use local variables as often as you can.

*There's also a constant pool, a local variable pool, and a couple other things in memory but you have close to no control over the size of those things and I want to keep this fairly simple.

How to set thymeleaf th:field value from other variable

So what you need to do is replace th:field with th:name and add th:value, th:value will have the value of the variable you're passing across.

<div class="col-auto">
        <input type="text" th:value="${client.name}" th:name="clientName" 
        class="form control">
</div>

nodejs get file name from absolute path?

To get the file name portion of the file name, the basename method is used:

var path = require("path");
var fileName = "C:\\Python27\\ArcGIS10.2\\python.exe";
var file = path.basename(fileName);

console.log(file); // 'python.exe'

If you want the file name without the extension, you can pass the extension variable (containing the extension name) to the basename method telling Node to return only the name without the extension:

var path = require("path");
var fileName = "C:\\Python27\\ArcGIS10.2\\python.exe";
var extension = path.extname(fileName);
var file = path.basename(fileName,extension);

console.log(file); // 'python'

#1064 -You have an error in your SQL syntax; check the manual that corresponds to your MySQL server version

I see two problems:

DOUBLE(10) precision definitions need a total number of digits, as well as a total number of digits after the decimal:

DOUBLE(10,8) would make be ten total digits, with 8 allowed after the decimal.

Also, you'll need to specify your id column as a key :

CREATE TABLE transactions( 
id int NOT NULL AUTO_INCREMENT, 
location varchar(50) NOT NULL, 
description varchar(50) NOT NULL, 
category varchar(50) NOT NULL, 
amount double(10,9) NOT NULL, 
type varchar(6) NOT NULL,  
notes varchar(512), 
receipt int(10), 
PRIMARY KEY(id) );

Add carriage return to a string

string s2 = s1.Replace(",", ",\n");

How to get all elements inside "div" that starts with a known text

With modern browsers, this is easy without jQuery:

document.getElementById('yourParentDiv').querySelectorAll('[id^="q17_"]');

The querySelectorAll takes a selector (as per CSS selectors) and uses it to search children of the 'yourParentDiv' element recursively. The selector uses ^= which means "starts with".

Note that all browsers released since June 2009 support this.

Load a bitmap image into Windows Forms using open file dialog

You have to create an instance of the Bitmap class, using the constructor overload that loads an image from a file on disk. As your code is written now, you're trying to use the PictureBox.Image property as if it were a method.

Change your code to look like this (also taking advantage of the using statement to ensure proper disposal, rather than manually calling the Dispose method):

private void button1_Click(object sender, EventArgs e)
{
    // Wrap the creation of the OpenFileDialog instance in a using statement,
    // rather than manually calling the Dispose method to ensure proper disposal
    using (OpenFileDialog dlg = new OpenFileDialog())
    {
        dlg.Title = "Open Image";
        dlg.Filter = "bmp files (*.bmp)|*.bmp";

        if (dlg.ShowDialog() == DialogResult.OK)
        {
            PictureBox PictureBox1 = new PictureBox();

            // Create a new Bitmap object from the picture file on disk,
            // and assign that to the PictureBox.Image property
            PictureBox1.Image = new Bitmap(dlg.FileName);
        }
    }
}

Of course, that's not going to display the image anywhere on your form because the picture box control that you've created hasn't been added to the form. You need to add the new picture box control that you've just created to the form's Controls collection using the Add method. Note the line added to the above code here:

private void button1_Click(object sender, EventArgs e)
{
    using (OpenFileDialog dlg = new OpenFileDialog())
    {
        dlg.Title = "Open Image";
        dlg.Filter = "bmp files (*.bmp)|*.bmp";

        if (dlg.ShowDialog() == DialogResult.OK)
        {
            PictureBox PictureBox1 = new PictureBox();
            PictureBox1.Image = new Bitmap(dlg.FileName);

            // Add the new control to its parent's controls collection
            this.Controls.Add(PictureBox1);
        }
    }
}

How to display the current time and date in C#

You'd need to set the label's text property to DateTime.Now:

labelName.Text = DateTime.Now.ToString();

You can format it in a variety of ways by handing ToString() a format string in the form of "MM/DD/YYYY" and the like. (Google Date-format strings).

Twitter bootstrap hide element on small devices

For Bootstrap 4.0 there is a change

See the docs: https://getbootstrap.com/docs/4.0/utilities/display/

In order to hide the content on mobile and display on the bigger devices you have to use the following classes:

d-none d-sm-block

The first class set display none all across devices and the second one display it for devices "sm" up (you could use md, lg, etc. instead of sm if you want to show on different devices.

I suggest to read about that before migration:

https://getbootstrap.com/docs/4.0/migration/#responsive-utilities

How do you give iframe 100% height

You can do it with CSS:

<iframe style="position: absolute; height: 100%; border: none"></iframe>

Be aware that this will by default place it in the upper-left corner of the page, but I guess that is what you want to achieve. You can position with the left,right, top and bottom CSS properties.

How to access random item in list?

Or simple extension class like this:

public static class CollectionExtension
{
    private static Random rng = new Random();

    public static T RandomElement<T>(this IList<T> list)
    {
        return list[rng.Next(list.Count)];
    }

    public static T RandomElement<T>(this T[] array)
    {
        return array[rng.Next(array.Length)];
    }
}

Then just call:

myList.RandomElement();

Works for arrays as well.

I would avoid calling OrderBy() as it can be expensive for larger collections. Use indexed collections like List<T> or arrays for this purpose.

while installing vc_redist.x64.exe, getting error "Failed to configure per-machine MSU package."

I faced a similar problem but in my case I was trying to install Visual C++ Redistributable for Visual Studio 2015 Update 1 on Windows Server 2012 R2. However the root cause should be the same.

In short, you need to install the prerequisites of KB2999226.

In more details, the installation log I got stated that the installation for Windows Update KB2999226 failed. According to the Microsoft website here:

Prerequisites To install this update, you must have April 2014 update rollup for Windows RT 8.1, Windows 8.1, and Windows Server 2012 R2 (2919355) installed in Windows 8.1 or Windows Server 2012 R2. Or, install Service Pack 1 for Windows 7 or Windows Server 2008 R2. Or, install Service Pack 2 for Windows Vista and for Windows Server 2008.

After I have installed April 2014 on my Windows Server 2012 R2, I am able to install the Visual C++ Redistributable correctly.

How to check a radio button with jQuery?

This answer is thanks to Paul LeBeau in a comment. I thought I'd write it up as a proper answer since there surprisingly wasn't one.

The only thing that worked for me (jQuery 1.12.4, Chrome 86) was:

$(".js-my-radio-button").trigger("click");

This does everything I want – changes which radio button looks selected (both visually and programmatically) and triggers events such as change on the radio button.

Just setting the "checked" attribute as other answers suggest would not change which radio button was selected for me.

Access a JavaScript variable from PHP

Well the problem with the GET is that the user is able to change the value by himself if he has some knowledges. I wrote this so that PHP is able to retrive the timezone from Javascript:

// -- index.php

<?php
  if (!isset($_COOKIE['timezone'])) {
?>
<html>
<script language="javascript">  
  var d = new Date(); 
  var timezoneOffset = d.getTimezoneOffset() / 60;
  // the cookie expired in 3 hours
  d.setTime(d.getTime()+(3*60*60*1000));
  var expires = "; expires="+d.toGMTString();
  document.cookie = "timezone=" +  timezoneOffset + expires + "; path=/";
  document.location.href="index.php"
</script>
</html>
<?php
} else {
  ?>

  <html>
  <head>
  <body>

  <?php 
  if(isset($_COOKIE['timezone'])){ 
    dump_var($_COOKIE['timezone']); 
  } 
}
?>

How can I install a CPAN module into a local directory?

I had a similar problem, where I couldn't even install local::lib

I created an installer that installed the module somewhere relative to the .pl files

The install goes like:

perl Makefile.PL PREFIX=./modulos
make
make install

Then, in the .pl file that requires the module, which is in ./

use lib qw(./modulos/share/perl/5.8.8/); # You may need to change this path
use module::name;

The rest of the files (makefile.pl, module.pm, etc) require no changes.

You can call the .pl file with just

perl file.pl

How to conditional format based on multiple specific text in Excel

Suppose your "Don't Check" list is on Sheet2 in cells A1:A100, say, and your current client IDs are in Sheet1 in Column A.

What you would do is:

  1. Select the whole data table you want conditionally formatted in Sheet1
  2. Click Conditional Formatting > New Rule > Use a Formula to determine which cells to format
  3. In the formula bar, type in =ISNUMBER(MATCH($A1,Sheet2!$A$1:$A$100,0)) and select how you want those rows formatted

And that should do the trick.

Convert iterator to pointer?

A vector is a container with full ownership of it's elements. One vector cannot hold a partial view of another, even a const-view. That's the root cause here.

If you need that, make your own container that has views with weak_ptr's to the data, or look at ranges. Pair of iterators (even pointers work well as iterators into a vector) or, even better, boost::iterator_range that work pretty seamlessly.

It depends on the templatability of your code. Use std::pair if you need to hide the code in a cpp.

Debugging PHP Mail() and/or PHPMailer

It looks like the class.phpmailer.php file is corrupt. I would download the latest version and try again.

I've always used phpMailer's SMTP feature:

$mail->IsSMTP();
$mail->Host = "localhost";

And if you need debug info:

$mail->SMTPDebug  = 2; // enables SMTP debug information (for testing)
                       // 1 = errors and messages
                       // 2 = messages only

Execute another jar in a Java program

If you are java 1.6 then the following can also be done:

import javax.tools.JavaCompiler; 
import javax.tools.ToolProvider; 

public class CompilerExample {

    public static void main(String[] args) {
        String fileToCompile = "/Users/rupas/VolatileExample.java";

        JavaCompiler compiler = ToolProvider.getSystemJavaCompiler();

        int compilationResult = compiler.run(null, null, null, fileToCompile);

        if (compilationResult == 0) {
            System.out.println("Compilation is successful");
        } else {
            System.out.println("Compilation Failed");
        }
    }
}

How to filter a RecyclerView with a SearchView

Introduction

Since it is not really clear from your question what exactly you are having trouble with, I wrote up this quick walkthrough about how to implement this feature; if you still have questions feel free to ask.

I have a working example of everything I am talking about here in this GitHub Repository.
If you want to know more about the example project visit the project homepage.

In any case the result should looks something like this:

demo image

If you first want to play around with the demo app you can install it from the Play Store:

Get it on Google Play

Anyway lets get started.


Setting up the SearchView

In the folder res/menu create a new file called main_menu.xml. In it add an item and set the actionViewClass to android.support.v7.widget.SearchView. Since you are using the support library you have to use the namespace of the support library to set the actionViewClass attribute. Your xml file should look something like this:

<menu xmlns:android="http://schemas.android.com/apk/res/android"
      xmlns:app="http://schemas.android.com/apk/res-auto">

    <item android:id="@+id/action_search"
          android:title="@string/action_search"
          app:actionViewClass="android.support.v7.widget.SearchView"
          app:showAsAction="always"/>

</menu>

In your Fragment or Activity you have to inflate this menu xml like usual, then you can look for the MenuItem which contains the SearchView and implement the OnQueryTextListener which we are going to use to listen for changes to the text entered into the SearchView:

@Override
public boolean onCreateOptionsMenu(Menu menu) {
    getMenuInflater().inflate(R.menu.menu_main, menu);

    final MenuItem searchItem = menu.findItem(R.id.action_search);
    final SearchView searchView = (SearchView) searchItem.getActionView();
    searchView.setOnQueryTextListener(this);

    return true;
}

@Override
public boolean onQueryTextChange(String query) {
    // Here is where we are going to implement the filter logic
    return false;
}

@Override
public boolean onQueryTextSubmit(String query) {
    return false;
}

And now the SearchView is ready to be used. We will implement the filter logic later on in onQueryTextChange() once we are finished implementing the Adapter.


Setting up the Adapter

First and foremost this is the model class I am going to use for this example:

public class ExampleModel {

    private final long mId;
    private final String mText;

    public ExampleModel(long id, String text) {
        mId = id;
        mText = text;
    }

    public long getId() {
        return mId;
    }

    public String getText() {
        return mText;
    }
}

It's just your basic model which will display a text in the RecyclerView. This is the layout I am going to use to display the text:

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

    <data>

        <variable
            name="model"
            type="com.github.wrdlbrnft.searchablerecyclerviewdemo.ui.models.ExampleModel"/>

    </data>

    <FrameLayout
        android:layout_width="match_parent"
        android:layout_height="wrap_content"
        android:background="?attr/selectableItemBackground"
        android:clickable="true">

        <TextView
            android:layout_width="match_parent"
            android:layout_height="wrap_content"
            android:padding="8dp"
            android:text="@{model.text}"/>

    </FrameLayout>

</layout>

As you can see I use Data Binding. If you have never worked with data binding before don't be discouraged! It's very simple and powerful, however I can't explain how it works in the scope of this answer.

This is the ViewHolder for the ExampleModel class:

public class ExampleViewHolder extends RecyclerView.ViewHolder {

    private final ItemExampleBinding mBinding;

    public ExampleViewHolder(ItemExampleBinding binding) {
        super(binding.getRoot());
        mBinding = binding;
    }

    public void bind(ExampleModel item) {
        mBinding.setModel(item);
    }
}

Again nothing special. It just uses data binding to bind the model class to this layout as we have defined in the layout xml above.

Now we can finally come to the really interesting part: Writing the Adapter. I am going to skip over the basic implementation of the Adapter and am instead going to concentrate on the parts which are relevant for this answer.

But first there is one thing we have to talk about: The SortedList class.


SortedList

The SortedList is a completely amazing tool which is part of the RecyclerView library. It takes care of notifying the Adapter about changes to the data set and does so it a very efficient way. The only thing it requires you to do is specify an order of the elements. You need to do that by implementing a compare() method which compares two elements in the SortedList just like a Comparator. But instead of sorting a List it is used to sort the items in the RecyclerView!

The SortedList interacts with the Adapter through a Callback class which you have to implement:

private final SortedList.Callback<ExampleModel> mCallback = new SortedList.Callback<ExampleModel>() {

    @Override
    public void onInserted(int position, int count) {
         mAdapter.notifyItemRangeInserted(position, count);
    }

    @Override
    public void onRemoved(int position, int count) {
        mAdapter.notifyItemRangeRemoved(position, count);
    }

    @Override
    public void onMoved(int fromPosition, int toPosition) {
        mAdapter.notifyItemMoved(fromPosition, toPosition);
    }

    @Override
    public void onChanged(int position, int count) {
        mAdapter.notifyItemRangeChanged(position, count);
    }

    @Override
    public int compare(ExampleModel a, ExampleModel b) {
        return mComparator.compare(a, b);
    }

    @Override
    public boolean areContentsTheSame(ExampleModel oldItem, ExampleModel newItem) {
        return oldItem.equals(newItem);
    }

    @Override
    public boolean areItemsTheSame(ExampleModel item1, ExampleModel item2) {
        return item1.getId() == item2.getId();
    }
}

In the methods at the top of the callback like onMoved, onInserted, etc. you have to call the equivalent notify method of your Adapter. The three methods at the bottom compare, areContentsTheSame and areItemsTheSame you have to implement according to what kind of objects you want to display and in what order these objects should appear on the screen.

Let's go through these methods one by one:

@Override
public int compare(ExampleModel a, ExampleModel b) {
    return mComparator.compare(a, b);
}

This is the compare() method I talked about earlier. In this example I am just passing the call to a Comparator which compares the two models. If you want the items to appear in alphabetical order on the screen. This comparator might look like this:

private static final Comparator<ExampleModel> ALPHABETICAL_COMPARATOR = new Comparator<ExampleModel>() {
    @Override
    public int compare(ExampleModel a, ExampleModel b) {
        return a.getText().compareTo(b.getText());
    }
};

Now let's take a look at the next method:

@Override
public boolean areContentsTheSame(ExampleModel oldItem, ExampleModel newItem) {
    return oldItem.equals(newItem);
}

The purpose of this method is to determine if the content of a model has changed. The SortedList uses this to determine if a change event needs to be invoked - in other words if the RecyclerView should crossfade the old and new version. If you model classes have a correct equals() and hashCode() implementation you can usually just implement it like above. If we add an equals() and hashCode() implementation to the ExampleModel class it should look something like this:

public class ExampleModel implements SortedListAdapter.ViewModel {

    private final long mId;
    private final String mText;

    public ExampleModel(long id, String text) {
        mId = id;
        mText = text;
    }

    public long getId() {
        return mId;
    }

    public String getText() {
        return mText;
    }

    @Override
    public boolean equals(Object o) {
        if (this == o) return true;
        if (o == null || getClass() != o.getClass()) return false;

        ExampleModel model = (ExampleModel) o;

        if (mId != model.mId) return false;
        return mText != null ? mText.equals(model.mText) : model.mText == null;

    }

    @Override
    public int hashCode() {
        int result = (int) (mId ^ (mId >>> 32));
        result = 31 * result + (mText != null ? mText.hashCode() : 0);
        return result;
    }
}

Quick side note: Most IDE's like Android Studio, IntelliJ and Eclipse have functionality to generate equals() and hashCode() implementations for you at the press of a button! So you don't have to implement them yourself. Look up on the internet how it works in your IDE!

Now let's take a look at the last method:

@Override
public boolean areItemsTheSame(ExampleModel item1, ExampleModel item2) {
    return item1.getId() == item2.getId();
}

The SortedList uses this method to check if two items refer to the same thing. In simplest terms (without explaining how the SortedList works) this is used to determine if an object is already contained in the List and if either an add, move or change animation needs to be played. If your models have an id you would usually compare just the id in this method. If they don't you need to figure out some other way to check this, but however you end up implementing this depends on your specific app. Usually it is the simplest option to give all models an id - that could for example be the primary key field if you are querying the data from a database.

With the SortedList.Callback correctly implemented we can create an instance of the SortedList:

final SortedList<ExampleModel> list = new SortedList<>(ExampleModel.class, mCallback);

As the first parameter in the constructor of the SortedList you need to pass the class of your models. The other parameter is just the SortedList.Callback we defined above.

Now let's get down to business: If we implement the Adapter with a SortedList it should look something like this:

public class ExampleAdapter extends RecyclerView.Adapter<ExampleViewHolder> {

    private final SortedList<ExampleModel> mSortedList = new SortedList<>(ExampleModel.class, new SortedList.Callback<ExampleModel>() {
        @Override
        public int compare(ExampleModel a, ExampleModel b) {
            return mComparator.compare(a, b);
        }

        @Override
        public void onInserted(int position, int count) {
            notifyItemRangeInserted(position, count);
        }

        @Override
        public void onRemoved(int position, int count) {
            notifyItemRangeRemoved(position, count);
        }

        @Override
        public void onMoved(int fromPosition, int toPosition) {
            notifyItemMoved(fromPosition, toPosition);
        }

        @Override
        public void onChanged(int position, int count) {
            notifyItemRangeChanged(position, count);
        }

        @Override
        public boolean areContentsTheSame(ExampleModel oldItem, ExampleModel newItem) {
            return oldItem.equals(newItem);
        }

        @Override
        public boolean areItemsTheSame(ExampleModel item1, ExampleModel item2) {
            return item1.getId() == item2.getId();
        }
    });

    private final LayoutInflater mInflater;
    private final Comparator<ExampleModel> mComparator;

    public ExampleAdapter(Context context, Comparator<ExampleModel> comparator) {
        mInflater = LayoutInflater.from(context);
        mComparator = comparator;
    }

    @Override
    public ExampleViewHolder onCreateViewHolder(ViewGroup parent, int viewType) {
        final ItemExampleBinding binding = ItemExampleBinding.inflate(inflater, parent, false);
        return new ExampleViewHolder(binding);
    }

    @Override
    public void onBindViewHolder(ExampleViewHolder holder, int position) {
        final ExampleModel model = mSortedList.get(position);
        holder.bind(model);
    }

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

The Comparator used to sort the item is passed in through the constructor so we can use the same Adapter even if the items are supposed to be displayed in a different order.

Now we are almost done! But we first need a way to add or remove items to the Adapter. For this purpose we can add methods to the Adapter which allow us to add and remove items to the SortedList:

public void add(ExampleModel model) {
    mSortedList.add(model);
}

public void remove(ExampleModel model) {
    mSortedList.remove(model);
}

public void add(List<ExampleModel> models) {
    mSortedList.addAll(models);
}

public void remove(List<ExampleModel> models) {
    mSortedList.beginBatchedUpdates();
    for (ExampleModel model : models) {
        mSortedList.remove(model);
    }
    mSortedList.endBatchedUpdates();
}

We don't need to call any notify methods here because the SortedList already does this for through the SortedList.Callback! Aside from that the implementation of these methods is pretty straight forward with one exception: the remove method which removes a List of models. Since the SortedList has only one remove method which can remove a single object we need to loop over the list and remove the models one by one. Calling beginBatchedUpdates() at the beginning batches all the changes we are going to make to the SortedList together and improves performance. When we call endBatchedUpdates() the RecyclerView is notified about all the changes at once.

Additionally what you have to understand is that if you add an object to the SortedList and it is already in the SortedList it won't be added again. Instead the SortedList uses the areContentsTheSame() method to figure out if the object has changed - and if it has the item in the RecyclerView will be updated.

Anyway, what I usually prefer is one method which allows me to replace all items in the RecyclerView at once. Remove everything which is not in the List and add all items which are missing from the SortedList:

public void replaceAll(List<ExampleModel> models) {
    mSortedList.beginBatchedUpdates();
    for (int i = mSortedList.size() - 1; i >= 0; i--) {
        final ExampleModel model = mSortedList.get(i);
        if (!models.contains(model)) {
            mSortedList.remove(model);
        }
    }
    mSortedList.addAll(models);
    mSortedList.endBatchedUpdates();
}

This method again batches all updates together to increase performance. The first loop is in reverse since removing an item at the start would mess up the indexes of all items that come up after it and this can lead in some instances to problems like data inconsistencies. After that we just add the List to the SortedList using addAll() to add all items which are not already in the SortedList and - just like I described above - update all items that are already in the SortedList but have changed.

And with that the Adapter is complete. The whole thing should look something like this:

public class ExampleAdapter extends RecyclerView.Adapter<ExampleViewHolder> {

    private final SortedList<ExampleModel> mSortedList = new SortedList<>(ExampleModel.class, new SortedList.Callback<ExampleModel>() {
        @Override
        public int compare(ExampleModel a, ExampleModel b) {
            return mComparator.compare(a, b);
        }

        @Override
        public void onInserted(int position, int count) {
            notifyItemRangeInserted(position, count);
        }

        @Override
        public void onRemoved(int position, int count) {
            notifyItemRangeRemoved(position, count);
        }

        @Override
        public void onMoved(int fromPosition, int toPosition) {
            notifyItemMoved(fromPosition, toPosition);
        }

        @Override
        public void onChanged(int position, int count) {
            notifyItemRangeChanged(position, count);
        }

        @Override
        public boolean areContentsTheSame(ExampleModel oldItem, ExampleModel newItem) {
            return oldItem.equals(newItem);
        }

        @Override
        public boolean areItemsTheSame(ExampleModel item1, ExampleModel item2) {
            return item1 == item2;
        }
    });

    private final Comparator<ExampleModel> mComparator;
    private final LayoutInflater mInflater;

    public ExampleAdapter(Context context, Comparator<ExampleModel> comparator) {
        mInflater = LayoutInflater.from(context);
        mComparator = comparator;
    }

    @Override
    public ExampleViewHolder onCreateViewHolder(ViewGroup parent, int viewType) {
        final ItemExampleBinding binding = ItemExampleBinding.inflate(mInflater, parent, false);
        return new ExampleViewHolder(binding);
    }

    @Override
    public void onBindViewHolder(ExampleViewHolder holder, int position) {
        final ExampleModel model = mSortedList.get(position);
        holder.bind(model);
    }

    public void add(ExampleModel model) {
        mSortedList.add(model);
    }

    public void remove(ExampleModel model) {
        mSortedList.remove(model);
    }

    public void add(List<ExampleModel> models) {
        mSortedList.addAll(models);
    }

    public void remove(List<ExampleModel> models) {
        mSortedList.beginBatchedUpdates();
        for (ExampleModel model : models) {
            mSortedList.remove(model);
        }
        mSortedList.endBatchedUpdates();
    }

    public void replaceAll(List<ExampleModel> models) {
        mSortedList.beginBatchedUpdates();
        for (int i = mSortedList.size() - 1; i >= 0; i--) {
            final ExampleModel model = mSortedList.get(i);
            if (!models.contains(model)) {
                mSortedList.remove(model);
            }
        }
        mSortedList.addAll(models);
        mSortedList.endBatchedUpdates();
    }

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

The only thing missing now is to implement the filtering!


Implementing the filter logic

To implement the filter logic we first have to define a List of all possible models. For this example I create a List of ExampleModel instances from an array of movies:

private static final String[] MOVIES = new String[]{
        ...
};

private static final Comparator<ExampleModel> ALPHABETICAL_COMPARATOR = new Comparator<ExampleModel>() {
    @Override
    public int compare(ExampleModel a, ExampleModel b) {
        return a.getText().compareTo(b.getText());
    }
};

private ExampleAdapter mAdapter;
private List<ExampleModel> mModels;
private RecyclerView mRecyclerView;

    @Override
protected void onCreate(Bundle savedInstanceState) {
    super.onCreate(savedInstanceState);
    mBinding = DataBindingUtil.setContentView(this, R.layout.activity_main);

    mAdapter = new ExampleAdapter(this, ALPHABETICAL_COMPARATOR);

    mBinding.recyclerView.setLayoutManager(new LinearLayoutManager(this));
    mBinding.recyclerView.setAdapter(mAdapter);

    mModels = new ArrayList<>();
    for (String movie : MOVIES) {
        mModels.add(new ExampleModel(movie));
    }
    mAdapter.add(mModels);
}

Nothing special going on here, we just instantiate the Adapter and set it to the RecyclerView. After that we create a List of models from the movie names in the MOVIES array. Then we add all the models to the SortedList.

Now we can go back to onQueryTextChange() which we defined earlier and start implementing the filter logic:

@Override
public boolean onQueryTextChange(String query) {
    final List<ExampleModel> filteredModelList = filter(mModels, query);
    mAdapter.replaceAll(filteredModelList);
    mBinding.recyclerView.scrollToPosition(0);
    return true;
}

This is again pretty straight forward. We call the method filter() and pass in the List of ExampleModels as well as the query string. We then call replaceAll() on the Adapter and pass in the filtered List returned by filter(). We also have to call scrollToPosition(0) on the RecyclerView to ensure that the user can always see all items when searching for something. Otherwise the RecyclerView might stay in a scrolled down position while filtering and subsequently hide a few items. Scrolling to the top ensures a better user experience while searching.

The only thing left to do now is to implement filter() itself:

private static List<ExampleModel> filter(List<ExampleModel> models, String query) {
    final String lowerCaseQuery = query.toLowerCase();

    final List<ExampleModel> filteredModelList = new ArrayList<>();
    for (ExampleModel model : models) {
        final String text = model.getText().toLowerCase();
        if (text.contains(lowerCaseQuery)) {
            filteredModelList.add(model);
        }
    }
    return filteredModelList;
}

The first thing we do here is call toLowerCase() on the query string. We don't want our search function to be case sensitive and by calling toLowerCase() on all strings we compare we can ensure that we return the same results regardless of case. It then just iterates through all the models in the List we passed into it and checks if the query string is contained in the text of the model. If it is then the model is added to the filtered List.

And that's it! The above code will run on API level 7 and above and starting with API level 11 you get item animations for free!

I realize that this is a very detailed description which probably makes this whole thing seem more complicated than it really is, but there is a way we can generalize this whole problem and make implementing an Adapter based on a SortedList much simpler.


Generalizing the problem and simplifying the Adapter

In this section I am not going to go into much detail - partly because I am running up against the character limit for answers on Stack Overflow but also because most of it already explained above - but to summarize the changes: We can implemented a base Adapter class which already takes care of dealing with the SortedList as well as binding models to ViewHolder instances and provides a convenient way to implement an Adapter based on a SortedList. For that we have to do two things:

  • We need to create a ViewModel interface which all model classes have to implement
  • We need to create a ViewHolder subclass which defines a bind() method the Adapter can use to bind models automatically.

This allows us to just focus on the content which is supposed to be displayed in the RecyclerView by just implementing the models and there corresponding ViewHolder implementations. Using this base class we don't have to worry about the intricate details of the Adapter and its SortedList.

SortedListAdapter

Because of the character limit for answers on StackOverflow I can't go through each step of implementing this base class or even add the full source code here, but you can find the full source code of this base class - I called it SortedListAdapter - in this GitHub Gist.

To make your life simple I have published a library on jCenter which contains the SortedListAdapter! If you want to use it then all you need to do is add this dependency to your app's build.gradle file:

compile 'com.github.wrdlbrnft:sorted-list-adapter:0.2.0.1'

You can find more information about this library on the library homepage.

Using the SortedListAdapter

To use the SortedListAdapter we have to make two changes:

  • Change the ViewHolder so that it extends SortedListAdapter.ViewHolder. The type parameter should be the model which should be bound to this ViewHolder - in this case ExampleModel. You have to bind data to your models in performBind() instead of bind().

    public class ExampleViewHolder extends SortedListAdapter.ViewHolder<ExampleModel> {
    
        private final ItemExampleBinding mBinding;
    
        public ExampleViewHolder(ItemExampleBinding binding) {
            super(binding.getRoot());
            mBinding = binding;
        }
    
        @Override
        protected void performBind(ExampleModel item) {
            mBinding.setModel(item);
        }
    }
    
  • Make sure that all your models implement the ViewModel interface:

    public class ExampleModel implements SortedListAdapter.ViewModel {
        ...
    }
    

After that we just have to update the ExampleAdapter to extend SortedListAdapter and remove everything we don't need anymore. The type parameter should be the type of model you are working with - in this case ExampleModel. But if you are working with different types of models then set the type parameter to ViewModel.

public class ExampleAdapter extends SortedListAdapter<ExampleModel> {

    public ExampleAdapter(Context context, Comparator<ExampleModel> comparator) {
        super(context, ExampleModel.class, comparator);
    }

    @Override
    protected ViewHolder<? extends ExampleModel> onCreateViewHolder(LayoutInflater inflater, ViewGroup parent, int viewType) {
        final ItemExampleBinding binding = ItemExampleBinding.inflate(inflater, parent, false);
        return new ExampleViewHolder(binding);
    }

    @Override
    protected boolean areItemsTheSame(ExampleModel item1, ExampleModel item2) {
        return item1.getId() == item2.getId();
    }

    @Override
    protected boolean areItemContentsTheSame(ExampleModel oldItem, ExampleModel newItem) {
        return oldItem.equals(newItem);
    }
}

After that we are done! However one last thing to mention: The SortedListAdapter does not have the same add(), remove() or replaceAll() methods our original ExampleAdapter had. It uses a separate Editor object to modify the items in the list which can be accessed through the edit() method. So if you want to remove or add items you have to call edit() then add and remove the items on this Editor instance and once you are done, call commit() on it to apply the changes to the SortedList:

mAdapter.edit()
        .remove(modelToRemove)
        .add(listOfModelsToAdd)
        .commit();

All changes you make this way are batched together to increase performance. The replaceAll() method we implemented in the chapters above is also present on this Editor object:

mAdapter.edit()
        .replaceAll(mModels)
        .commit();

If you forget to call commit() then none of your changes will be applied!

Checking if an object is a given type in Swift

If you only want to know if an object is a subtype of a given type then there is a simpler approach:

class Shape {}
class Circle : Shape {}
class Rectangle : Shape {}

func area (shape: Shape) -> Double {
  if shape is Circle { ... }
  else if shape is Rectangle { ... }
}

“Use the type check operator (is) to check whether an instance is of a certain subclass type. The type check operator returns true if the instance is of that subclass type and false if it is not.” Excerpt From: Apple Inc. “The Swift Programming Language.” iBooks.

In the above the phrase 'of a certain subclass type' is important. The use of is Circle and is Rectangle is accepted by the compiler because that value shape is declared as Shape (a superclass of Circle and Rectangle).

If you are using primitive types, the superclass would be Any. Here is an example:

 21> func test (obj:Any) -> String {
 22.     if obj is Int { return "Int" }
 23.     else if obj is String { return "String" }
 24.     else { return "Any" }
 25. } 
 ...  
 30> test (1)
$R16: String = "Int"
 31> test ("abc")
$R17: String = "String"
 32> test (nil)
$R18: String = "Any"

possible EventEmitter memory leak detected

As pointed out by others, increasing the limit is not the best answer. I was facing the same issue, but in my code I was nowhere using any event listener. When I closely looked into the code, I was creating a lot of promises at times. Each promise had some code of scraping the provided URL (using some third-party library). If you are doing something like that, then it may be the cause.

Refer this thread on how to prevent that: What is the best way to limit concurrency when using ES6's Promise.all()?

CSS Child vs Descendant selectors

In theory: Child => an immediate descendant of an ancestor (e.g. Joe and his father)

Descendant => any element that is descended from a particular ancestor (e.g. Joe and his great-great-grand-father)

In practice: try this HTML:

<div class="one">
  <span>Span 1.
    <span>Span 2.</span>
  </span>
</div>

<div class="two">
  <span>Span 1.
    <span>Span 2.</span>
  </span>
</div>

with this CSS:

span { color: red; } 
div.one span { color: blue; } 
div.two > span { color: green; }

http://jsfiddle.net/X343c/1/

How to read/write a boolean when implementing the Parcelable interface?

There are many examples in the Android (AOSP) sources. For example, PackageInfo class has a boolean member requiredForAllUsers and it is serialized as follows:

public void writeToParcel(Parcel dest, int parcelableFlags) {
    ...
    dest.writeInt(requiredForAllUsers ? 1 : 0);
    ...
}

private PackageInfo(Parcel source) {
    ...
    requiredForAllUsers = source.readInt() != 0;
    ...
}

Not unique table/alias

 select persons.personsid,name,info.id,address
    -> from persons
    -> inner join persons on info.infoid = info.info.id;

"android.view.WindowManager$BadTokenException: Unable to add window" on buider.show()

  • first you cannot extend AsyncTask without override doInBackground
  • second try to create AlterDailog from the builder then call show().

    private boolean visible = false;
    class chkSubscription extends AsyncTask<String, Void, String>
    {
    
        protected void onPostExecute(String result)
        {
            AlertDialog.Builder builder = new AlertDialog.Builder(MainActivity.this);
            builder.setCancelable(true);
            builder.setMessage(sucObject);
            builder.setInverseBackgroundForced(true);
            builder.setNeutralButton("Ok", new DialogInterface.OnClickListener() {
                public void onClick(DialogInterface dialog, int whichButton)
                {
                    dialog.dismiss();
                }
            });
    
            AlertDialog myAlertDialog = builder.create();
            if(visible) myAlertDialog.show();
        }
    
        @Override
        protected String doInBackground(String... arg0)
        {
            // TODO Auto-generated method stub
            return null;
        }
    }
    
    
    @Override
    protected void onResume()
    {
        // TODO Auto-generated method stub
        super.onResume();
        visible = true;
    }
    
    @Override
    protected void onStop()
    {
        visible = false; 
        super.onStop();
    }
    

INSTALL_FAILED_MISSING_SHARED_LIBRARY error in Android

You can solve it be running on Google API emulator.

To run on Google API emulator, open your Android SDK & AVD Manager > Available packages > Google Repos > select those Google API levels that you need to test on.

After installing them, add them as virtual device and run.

PHP mail function doesn't complete sending of e-mail

$name = $_POST['name'];
$email = $_POST['email'];
$reciver = '/* Reciver Email address */';
if (filter_var($reciver, FILTER_VALIDATE_EMAIL)) {
    $subject = $name;
    // To send HTML mail, the Content-type header must be set.
    $headers = 'MIME-Version: 1.0' . "\r\n";
    $headers .= 'Content-type: text/html; charset=iso-8859-1' . "\r\n";
    $headers .= 'From:' . $email. "\r\n"; // Sender's Email
    //$headers .= 'Cc:' . $email. "\r\n"; // Carbon copy to Sender
    $template = '<div style="padding:50px; color:white;">Hello ,<br/>'
        . '<br/><br/>'
        . 'Name:' .$name.'<br/>'
        . 'Email:' .$email.'<br/>'
        . '<br/>'
        . '</div>';
    $sendmessage = "<div style=\"background-color:#7E7E7E; color:white;\">" . $template . "</div>";
    // Message lines should not exceed 70 characters (PHP rule), so wrap it.
    $sendmessage = wordwrap($sendmessage, 70);
    // Send mail by PHP Mail Function.
    mail($reciver, $subject, $sendmessage, $headers);
    echo "Your Query has been received, We will contact you soon.";
} else {
    echo "<span>* invalid email *</span>";
}

Composer could not find a composer.json

In my case, I am using homestead.
cd ~/Homesteadand run composer install.

Clear the cache in JavaScript

Ref: https://developer.mozilla.org/en-US/docs/Web/API/Cache/delete

Cache.delete()

Method

Syntax:

cache.delete(request, {options}).then(function(found) {
  // your cache entry has been deleted if found
});

push multiple elements to array

When using most functions of objects with apply or call, the context parameter MUST be the object you are working on.

In this case, you need a.push.apply(a, [1,2]) (or more correctly Array.prototype.push.apply(a, [1,2]))

How to get the Android device's primary e-mail address

There is an Android api that allows the user to select their email address without the need for a permission. Take a look at: https://developers.google.com/identity/smartlock-passwords/android/retrieve-hints

HintRequest hintRequest = new HintRequest.Builder()
        .setHintPickerConfig(new CredentialPickerConfig.Builder()
                .setShowCancelButton(true)
                .build())
        .setEmailAddressIdentifierSupported(true)
        .setAccountTypes(IdentityProviders.GOOGLE)
        .build();

PendingIntent intent = mCredentialsClient.getHintPickerIntent(hintRequest);
try {
    startIntentSenderForResult(intent.getIntentSender(), RC_HINT, null, 0, 0, 0);
} catch (IntentSender.SendIntentException e) {
    Log.e(TAG, "Could not start hint picker Intent", e);
}

This will show a picker where the user can select an emailaddress. The result will be delivered in onActivityResult()

How can I get the DateTime for the start of the week?

Use an extension method. They're the answer to everything, you know! ;)

public static class DateTimeExtensions
{
    public static DateTime StartOfWeek(this DateTime dt, DayOfWeek startOfWeek)
    {
        int diff = (7 + (dt.DayOfWeek - startOfWeek)) % 7;
        return dt.AddDays(-1 * diff).Date;
    }
}

Which can be used as follows:

DateTime dt = DateTime.Now.StartOfWeek(DayOfWeek.Monday);
DateTime dt = DateTime.Now.StartOfWeek(DayOfWeek.Sunday);

error C2039: 'string' : is not a member of 'std', header file problem

Your FMAT.h requires a definition of std::string in order to complete the definition of class FMAT. In FMAT.cpp, you've done this by #include <string> before #include "FMAT.h". You haven't done that in your main file.

Your attempt to forward declare string was incorrect on two levels. First you need a fully qualified name, std::string. Second this works only for pointers and references, not for variables of the declared type; a forward declaration doesn't give the compiler enough information about what to embed in the class you're defining.

Checking if a number is a prime number in Python

If a is a prime then the while x: in your code will run forever, since x will remain True.

So why is that while there?

I think you wanted to end the for loop when you found a factor, but didn't know how, so you added that while since it has a condition. So here is how you do it:

def is_prime(a):
    x = True 
    for i in range(2, a):
       if a%i == 0:
           x = False
           break # ends the for loop
       # no else block because it does nothing ...


    if x:
        print "prime"
    else:
        print "not prime"

OperationalError, no such column. Django

You did not migrated all changes you made in model. so 1) python manage.py makemigrations 2) python manage.py migrate 3) python manag.py runserver it works 100%

Error CS1705: "which has a higher version than referenced assembly"

In my scenario, I edited the .csproj file for my dotnetCore app. I noticed that the TargetFramework tag had a value of netcoreapp2.1 and the RuntimeFrameworkVersion tag a value of 2.0.0. So I changed the RuntimeFrameworkVersion to 2.1.0, saved, restarted VS and rebuilt and then it resolved the errors.

Hope this will help you ...

Good Luck,

Sugeshan

wkhtmltopdf: cannot connect to X server

For 64-bit Use:

wget http://wkhtmltopdf.googlecode.com/files/wkhtmltopdf-0.9.9-static-amd64.tar.bz2

tar xvjf wkhtmltopdf-0.9.9-static-amd64.tar.bz2

sudo mv wkhtmltopdf-amd64 /usr/bin/wkhtmltopdf

sudo chmod +x /usr/bin/wkhtmltopdf

Looking for a 'cmake clean' command to clear up CMake output

I googled it for like half an hour and the only useful thing I came up with was invoking the find utility:

# Find and then delete all files under current directory (.) that:
#  1. contains "cmake" (case-&insensitive) in its path (wholename)
#  2. name is not CMakeLists.txt
find . -iwholename '*cmake*' -not -name CMakeLists.txt -delete

Also, be sure to invoke make clean (or whatever CMake generator you're using) before that.

:)

Subprocess changing directory

What your code tries to do is call a program named cd ... What you want is call a command named cd.

But cd is a shell internal. So you can only call it as

subprocess.call('cd ..', shell=True) # pointless code! See text below.

But it is pointless to do so. As no process can change another process's working directory (again, at least on a UNIX-like OS, but as well on Windows), this call will have the subshell change its dir and exit immediately.

What you want can be achieved with os.chdir() or with the subprocess named parameter cwd which changes the working directory immediately before executing a subprocess.

For example, to execute ls in the root directory, you either can do

wd = os.getcwd()
os.chdir("/")
subprocess.Popen("ls")
os.chdir(wd)

or simply

subprocess.Popen("ls", cwd="/")

How to generate random colors in matplotlib?

Since the question is How to generate random colors in matplotlib? and as I was searching for an answer concerning pie plots, I think it is worth to put an answer here (for pies)

import numpy as np
from random import sample
import matplotlib.pyplot as plt
import matplotlib.colors as pltc
all_colors = [k for k,v in pltc.cnames.items()]

fracs = np.array([600, 179, 154, 139, 126, 1185])
labels = ["label1", "label2", "label3", "label4", "label5", "label6"]
explode = ((fracs == max(fracs)).astype(int) / 20).tolist()

for val in range(2):
    colors = sample(all_colors, len(fracs))
    plt.figure(figsize=(8,8))
    plt.pie(fracs, labels=labels, autopct='%1.1f%%', 
            shadow=True, explode=explode, colors=colors)
    plt.legend(labels, loc=(1.05, 0.7), shadow=True)
    plt.show()

Output

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enter image description here

Declaring functions in JSP?

You need to enclose that in <%! %> as follows:

<%!

public String getQuarter(int i){
String quarter;
switch(i){
        case 1: quarter = "Winter";
        break;

        case 2: quarter = "Spring";
        break;

        case 3: quarter = "Summer I";
        break;

        case 4: quarter = "Summer II";
        break;

        case 5: quarter = "Fall";
        break;

        default: quarter = "ERROR";
}

return quarter;
}

%>

You can then invoke the function within scriptlets or expressions:

<%
     out.print(getQuarter(4));
%>

or

<%= getQuarter(17) %>

Vim clear last search highlighting

If you have incsearch.vim plugin installed, then there is a setting to automatically clear highlight after searching:

let g:incsearch#auto_nohlsearch = 1

enter image description here

VB.net: Date without time

Format datetime to short date string and convert back to date

CDate(YourDate.ToString("d"))

Or use short date string

CDate(YourDate.ToShortDateString)

Breaking out of a nested loop

factor into a function/method and use early return, or rearrange your loops into a while-clause. goto/exceptions/whatever are certainly not appropriate here.

def do_until_equal():
  foreach a:
    foreach b:
      if a==b: return

Curl GET request with json parameter

If you really want to submit the GET request with JSON in the body (say for an XHR request and you know the server supports processing the body on GET requests), you can:

curl -X GET \
  -H "Content-type: application/json" \
  -H "Accept: application/json" \
  -d '{"param0":"pradeep"}' \
  "http://server:5050/a/c/getName"

Most modern web servers accept this type of request.

How to understand nil vs. empty vs. blank in Ruby

Just a little note about the any? recommendation: He's right that it's generally equivalent to !empty?. However, any? will return true to a string of just whitespace (ala " ").

And of course, see the 1.9 comment above, too.

Merging arrays with the same keys

You need to use array_merge_recursive instead of array_merge. Of course there can only be one key equal to 'c' in the array, but the associated value will be an array containing both 3 and 4.

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

Consider the alternative:

<properties>
    <javac.src.version>1.8</javac.src.version>
    <javac.target.version>1.8</javac.target.version>
</properties>

It should be the same thing of maven.compiler.source/maven.compiler.target but the above solution works for me, otherwise the second one gets the parent specification (I have a matrioska of .pom)

How to install the current version of Go in Ubuntu Precise

For the current release of Go:

The Go Programming Language

Getting Started

Download the Go distribution

Downloads

Click the link above to visit the Go project's downloads page and select the binary distribution that matches your operating system and processor architecture.

Official binary distributions are available for the FreeBSD, Linux, macOS, and Windows operating systems and the 32-bit (386) and 64-bit (amd64) x86 processor architectures.

If a binary distribution is not available for your combination of operating system and architecture you may want to try installing from source or installing gccgo instead of gc.

Installing Go from source

How can I force input to uppercase in an ASP.NET textbox?

Use a CSS style on the text box. Your CSS should be something like this:

.uppercase
{
    text-transform: uppercase;
}

<asp:TextBox ID="TextBox1" runat="server" Text="" CssClass="uppercase"></asp:TextBox>;

How to set div width using ng-style

The syntax of ng-style is not quite that. It accepts a dictionary of keys (attribute names) and values (the value they should take, an empty string unsets them) rather than only a string. I think what you want is this:

<div ng-style="{ 'width' : width, 'background' : bgColor }"></div>

And then in your controller:

$scope.width = '900px';
$scope.bgColor = 'red';

This preserves the separation of template and the controller: the controller holds the semantic values while the template maps them to the correct attribute name.

How to change a nullable column to not nullable in a Rails migration?

Rails 4 (other Rails 4 answers have problems):

def change
  change_column_null(:users, :admin, false, <put a default value here> )
  # change_column(:users, :admin, :string, :default => "")
end

Changing a column with NULL values in it to not allow NULL will cause problems. This is exactly the type of code that will work fine in your development setup and then crash when you try to deploy it to your LIVE production. You should first change NULL values to something valid and then disallow NULLs. The 4th value in change_column_null does exactly that. See documentation for more details.

Also, I generally prefer to set a default value for the field so I won't need to specify the field's value every time I create a new object. I included the commented out code to do that as well.

How to return a specific status code and no contents from Controller?

The best way to do it is:

return this.StatusCode(StatusCodes.Status418ImATeapot, "Error message");

'StatusCodes' has every kind of return status and you can see all of them in this link https://httpstatuses.com/

Once you choose your StatusCode, return it with a message.

jQuery: find element by text

You can use the :contains selector to get elements based on their content.

Demo here

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$('div:contains("test")').css('background-color', 'red');
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<div>This is a test</div>_x000D_
<div>Another Div</div>_x000D_
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<script src="https://cdnjs.cloudflare.com/ajax/libs/jquery/1.12.4/jquery.min.js"></script>
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What to use now Google News API is deprecated?

I'm running into the same issue with one of my own apps. So far I've found the only non-deprecated way to access Google News data is through their RSS feeds. They have a feed for each section and also a useful search function. However, these are only for noncommercial use.

As for viable alternatives I'll be trying out these two services: Feedzilla, Daylife

Javascript: 'window' is not defined

It is from an external js file and it is the only file linked to the page.

OK.

When I double click this file I get the following error

Sounds like you're double-clicking/running a .js file, which will attempt to run the script outside the browser, like a command line script. And that would explain this error:

Windows Script Host Error: 'window' is not defined Code: 800A1391

... not an error you'll see in a browser. And of course, the browser is what supplies the window object.

ADDENDUM: As a course of action, I'd suggest opening the relevant HTML file and taking a peek at the console. If you don't see anything there, it's likely your window.onload definition is simply being hit after the browser fires the window.onload event.

How to add a line to a multiline TextBox?

@Casperah pointed out that i'm thinking about it wrong:

  • A TextBox doesn't have lines
  • it has text
  • that text can be split on the CRLF into lines, if requested
  • but there is no notion of lines

The question then is how to accomplish what i want, rather than what WinForms lets me.

There are subtle bugs in the other given variants:

  • textBox1.AppendText("Hello" + Environment.NewLine);
  • textBox1.AppendText("Hello" + "\r\n");
  • textBox1.Text += "Hello\r\n"
  • textbox1.Text += System.Environment.NewLine + "brown";

They either append or prepend a newline when one (might) not be required.

So, extension helper:

public static class WinFormsExtensions
{
   public static void AppendLine(this TextBox source, string value)
   {
      if (source.Text.Length==0)
         source.Text = value;
      else
         source.AppendText("\r\n"+value);
   }
}

So now:

textBox1.Clear();
textBox1.AppendLine("red");
textBox1.AppendLine("green");
textBox1.AppendLine("blue");

and

textBox1.AppendLine(String.Format("Processing file {0}", filename));

Note: Any code is released into the public domain. No attribution required.

Failed to execute goal org.apache.maven.plugins:maven-compiler-plugin:2.3.2:compile (default-compile)

for the new users on Mac os , find out .m2 folder and delete it, its on your /Users/.m2 directory.

you wont get to see .m2 folder in finder(File Explorer), for this user this command to Show Mac hidden files

$ defaults write com.apple.finder AppleShowAllFiles TRUE

after this press alt and click on finder-> relaunch, you can see /Users/.m2

to hide files again, simply use this $ defaults write com.apple.finder AppleShowAllFiles false

Is JavaScript's "new" keyword considered harmful?

Case 1: new isn't required and should be avoided

var str = new String('asd');  // type: object
var str = String('asd');      // type: string

var num = new Number(12);     // type: object
var num = Number(12);         // type: number

Case 2: new is required, otherwise you'll get an error

new Date().getFullYear();     // correct, returns the current year, i.e. 2010
Date().getFullYear();         // invalid, returns an error

UnicodeEncodeError: 'ascii' codec can't encode character u'\xe9' in position 7: ordinal not in range(128)

You need to encode Unicode explicitly before writing to a file, otherwise Python does it for you with the default ASCII codec.

Pick an encoding and stick with it:

f.write(printinfo.encode('utf8') + '\n')

or use io.open() to create a file object that'll encode for you as you write to the file:

import io

f = io.open(filename, 'w', encoding='utf8')

You may want to read:

before continuing.

Where do I put a single filter that filters methods in two controllers in Rails

Two ways.

i. You can put it in ApplicationController and add the filters in the controller

    class ApplicationController < ActionController::Base       def filter_method       end     end      class FirstController < ApplicationController       before_filter :filter_method     end      class SecondController < ApplicationController       before_filter :filter_method     end 

But the problem here is that this method will be added to all the controllers since all of them extend from application controller

ii. Create a parent controller and define it there

 class ParentController < ApplicationController   def filter_method   end  end  class FirstController < ParentController   before_filter :filter_method end  class SecondController < ParentController   before_filter :filter_method end 

I have named it as parent controller but you can come up with a name that fits your situation properly.

You can also define the filter method in a module and include it in the controllers where you need the filter

What Does This Mean in PHP -> or =>

=> is used in associative array key value assignment. Take a look at:

http://php.net/manual/en/language.types.array.php.

-> is used to access an object method or property. Example: $obj->method().

Why does JS code "var a = document.querySelector('a[data-a=1]');" cause error?

You could use

var a = document.querySelector('a[data-a="1"]');

instead of

var a = document.querySelector('a[data-a=1]');

If WorkSheet("wsName") Exists

There's no built-in function for this.

Function SheetExists(SheetName As String, Optional wb As Excel.Workbook)
   Dim s As Excel.Worksheet
   If wb Is Nothing Then Set wb = ThisWorkbook
   On Error Resume Next
   Set s = wb.Sheets(SheetName)
   On Error GoTo 0
   SheetExists = Not s Is Nothing
End Function

Is there a way to use shell_exec without waiting for the command to complete?

Sure, for windows you can use:

$WshShell = new COM("WScript.Shell");
$oExec = $WshShell->Run("C:/path/to/php-win.exe -f C:/path/to/script.php", 0, false);

Note:

If you get a COM error, add the extension to your php.ini and restart apache:

[COM_DOT_NET]
extension=php_com_dotnet.dll

Get key and value of object in JavaScript?

Change your object.

var top_brands = [ 
  { key: 'Adidas', value: 100 }, 
  { key: 'Nike', value: 50 }
];

var $brand_options = $("#top-brands");

$.each(top_brands, function(brand) {
  $brand_options.append(
    $("<option />").val(brand.key).text(brand.key + " " + brand.value)
  );
});

As a rule of thumb:

  • An object has data and structure.
  • 'Adidas', 'Nike', 100 and 50 are data.
  • Object keys are structure. Using data as the object key is semantically wrong. Avoid it.

There are no semantics in {Nike: 50}. What's "Nike"? What's 50?

{key: 'Nike', value: 50} is a little better, since now you can iterate an array of these objects and values are at predictable places. This makes it easy to write code that handles them.

Better still would be {vendor: 'Nike', itemsSold: 50}, because now values are not only at predictable places, they also have meaningful names. Technically that's the same thing as above, but now a person would also understand what the values are supposed to mean.

Redirecting to URL in Flask

#!/usr/bin/env python
# -*- coding: utf-8 -*-

import os
from flask import Flask, redirect, url_for

app = Flask(__name__)

@app.route('/')
def hello():
    return redirect(url_for('foo'))

@app.route('/foo')
def foo():
    return 'Hello Foo!'

if __name__ == '__main__':
    # Bind to PORT if defined, otherwise default to 5000.
    port = int(os.environ.get('PORT', 5000))
    app.run(host='0.0.0.0', port=port)

Take a look at the example in the documentation.

How to Solve Max Connection Pool Error

Here's what u can also try....

run your application....while it is still running launch your command prompt

while your application is running type netstat -n on the command prompt. You should see a list of TCP/IP connections. Check if your list is not very long. Ideally you should have less than 5 connections in the list. Check the status of the connections.
If you have too many connections with a TIME_WAIT status it means the connection has been closed and is waiting for the OS to release the resources. If you are running on Windows, the default ephemeral port rang is between 1024 and 5000 and the default time it takes Windows to release the resource from TIME_WAIT status is 4 minutes. So if your application used more then 3976 connections in less then 4 minutes, you will get the exception you got.

Suggestions to fix it:

  1. Add a connection pool to your connection string.

If you continue to receive the same error message (which is highly unlikely) you can then try the following: (Please don't do it if you are not familiar with the Windows registry)

  1. Run regedit from your run command. In the registry editor look for this registry key: HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SYSTEM\CurrentControlSet\Services\Tcpip\Parameters:

Modify the settings so they read:

MaxUserPort = dword:00004e20 (10,000 decimal) TcpTimedWaitDelay = dword:0000001e (30 decimal)

This will increase the number of ports to 10,000 and reduce the time to release freed tcp/ip connections.

Only use suggestion 2 if 1 fails.

Thank you.

Changing MongoDB data store directory

In debian/ubuntu, you'll need to edit the /etc/init.d/mongodb script. Really, this file should be pulling the settings from /etc/mongodb.conf but it doesn't seem to pull the default directory (probably a bug)

This is a bit of a hack, but adding these to the script made it start correctly:

add:

DBDIR=/database/mongodb

change:

DAEMON_OPTS=${DAEMON_OPTS:-"--unixSocketPrefix=$RUNDIR --config $CONF run"}

to:

DAEMON_OPTS=${DAEMON_OPTS:-"--unixSocketPrefix=$RUNDIR --dbpath $DBDIR --config $CONF run"}

Why is there no SortedList in Java?

Think of it like this: the List interface has methods like add(int index, E element), set(int index, E element). The contract is that once you added an element at position X you will find it there unless you add or remove elements before it.

If any list implementation would store elements in some order other than based on the index, the above list methods would make no sense.

Bootstrap - Removing padding or margin when screen size is smaller

The way I get an element to go 100% width of the device is use negative left and right margins on it. The body has a padding of 24px, so that's what you can use negative margins for:

element{
    margin-left:  -24px;
    margin-right: -24px;
    padding-left:  24px;
    padding-right:  24px;
}

C++ int float casting

Because (a.y - b.y) is probably less then (a.x - b.x) and in your code the casting is done after the divide operation so the result is an integer so 0.

You should cast to float before the / operation

Why are interface variables static and final by default?

Interface : System requirement service.

In interface, variable are by default assign by public,static,final access modifier. Because :

public : It happen some-times that interface might placed in some other package. So it need to access the variable from anywhere in project.

static : As such incomplete class can not create object. So in project we need to access the variable without object so we can access with the help of interface_filename.variable_name

final : Suppose one interface implements by many class and all classes try to access and update the interface variable. So it leads to inconsistent of changing data and affect every other class. So it need to declare access modifier with final.

Concatenate chars to form String in java

Use str = ""+a+b+c;

Here the first + is String concat, so the result will be a String. Note where the "" lies is important.

Or (maybe) better, use a StringBuilder.

File.separator vs FileSystem.getSeparator() vs System.getProperty("file.separator")?

System.getProperties() can be overridden by calls to System.setProperty(String key, String value) or with command line parameters -Dfile.separator=/

File.separator gets the separator for the default filesystem.

FileSystems.getDefault() gets you the default filesystem.

FileSystem.getSeparator() gets you the separator character for the filesystem. Note that as an instance method you can use this to pass different filesystems to your code other than the default, in cases where you need your code to operate on multiple filesystems in the one JVM.