Programs & Examples On #Mojo sdk

SDK for development of webOS 1.x and 2.x apps using JavaScript and HTML.

GIT: Checkout to a specific folder

Addition to @hasen's answer. You might want to use git ls-files instead of find to list files to checkout like:

git ls-files -z *.txt | git checkout-index --prefix=/path-to/dest/ -f -z --stdin

git ls-files ignores uncommitted files.

ab load testing

Steps to set up Apache Bench(AB) on windows (IMO - Recommended).

Step 1 - Install Xampp.
Step 2 - Open CMD.
Step 3 - Go to the apache bench destination (cd C:\xampp\apache\bin) from CMD
Step 4 - Paste the command (ab -n 100 -c 10 -k -H "Accept-Encoding: gzip, deflate" http://localhost:yourport/)
Step 5 - Wait for it. Your done

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

Install @angular-devkit/build-angular as dev dependency. This package is newly introduced in Angular 6.0

npm install --save-dev @angular-devkit/build-angular

or,

yarn add @angular-devkit/build-angular --dev

Call of overloaded function is ambiguous

That is ambiguous because a pointer is just an address, so an int can also be treated as a pointer – 0 (an int) can be converted to unsigned int or char * equally easily.

The short answer is to call p.setval() with something that's unambiguously one of the types it's implemented for: unsigned int or char *. p.setval(0U), p.setval((unsigned int)0), and p.setval((char *)0) will all compile.

It's generally a good idea to stay out of this situation in the first place, though, by not defining overloaded functions with such similar types.

Tracing XML request/responses with JAX-WS

// This solution provides a way programatically add a handler to the web service clien w/o the XML config

// See full doc here: http://docs.oracle.com/cd/E17904_01//web.1111/e13734/handlers.htm#i222476

// Create new class that implements SOAPHandler

public class LogMessageHandler implements SOAPHandler<SOAPMessageContext> {

@Override
public Set<QName> getHeaders() {
    return Collections.EMPTY_SET;
}

@Override
public boolean handleMessage(SOAPMessageContext context) {
    SOAPMessage msg = context.getMessage(); //Line 1
    try {
        msg.writeTo(System.out);  //Line 3
    } catch (Exception ex) {
        Logger.getLogger(LogMessageHandler.class.getName()).log(Level.SEVERE, null, ex);
    } 
    return true;
}

@Override
public boolean handleFault(SOAPMessageContext context) {
    return true;
}

@Override
public void close(MessageContext context) {
}
}

// Programatically add your LogMessageHandler

   com.csd.Service service = null;
    URL url = new URL("https://service.demo.com/ResService.svc?wsdl");

    service = new com.csd.Service(url);

    com.csd.IService port = service.getBasicHttpBindingIService();
    BindingProvider bindingProvider = (BindingProvider)port;
    Binding binding = bindingProvider.getBinding();
    List<Handler> handlerChain = binding.getHandlerChain();
    handlerChain.add(new LogMessageHandler());
    binding.setHandlerChain(handlerChain);

You can't specify target table for update in FROM clause

You can make this in three steps:

CREATE TABLE test2 AS
SELECT PersId 
FROM pers p
WHERE (
  chefID IS NOT NULL 
  OR gehalt < (
    SELECT MAX (
      gehalt * 1.05
    )
    FROM pers MA
    WHERE MA.chefID = p.chefID
  )
)

...

UPDATE pers P
SET P.gehalt = P.gehalt * 1.05
WHERE PersId
IN (
  SELECT PersId
  FROM test2
)
DROP TABLE test2;

or

UPDATE Pers P, (
  SELECT PersId
  FROM pers p
  WHERE (
   chefID IS NOT NULL 
   OR gehalt < (
     SELECT MAX (
       gehalt * 1.05
     )
     FROM pers MA
     WHERE MA.chefID = p.chefID
   )
 )
) t
SET P.gehalt = P.gehalt * 1.05
WHERE p.PersId = t.PersId

How to subtract one month using moment.js?

For substracting in moment.js:

moment().subtract(1, 'months').format('MMM YYYY');

Documentation:

http://momentjs.com/docs/#/manipulating/subtract/

Before version 2.8.0, the moment#subtract(String, Number) syntax was also supported. It has been deprecated in favor of moment#subtract(Number, String).

  moment().subtract('seconds', 1); // Deprecated in 2.8.0
  moment().subtract(1, 'seconds');

As of 2.12.0 when decimal values are passed for days and months, they are rounded to the nearest integer. Weeks, quarters, and years are converted to days or months, and then rounded to the nearest integer.

  moment().subtract(1.5, 'months') == moment().subtract(2, 'months')
  moment().subtract(.7, 'years') == moment().subtract(8, 'months') //.7*12 = 8.4, rounded to 8

How to convert integer timestamp to Python datetime

datetime.datetime.fromtimestamp() is correct, except you are probably having timestamp in miliseconds (like in JavaScript), but fromtimestamp() expects Unix timestamp, in seconds.

Do it like that:

>>> import datetime
>>> your_timestamp = 1331856000000
>>> date = datetime.datetime.fromtimestamp(your_timestamp / 1e3)

and the result is:

>>> date
datetime.datetime(2012, 3, 16, 1, 0)

Does it answer your question?

EDIT: J.F. Sebastian correctly suggested to use true division by 1e3 (float 1000). The difference is significant, if you would like to get precise results, thus I changed my answer. The difference results from the default behaviour of Python 2.x, which always returns int when dividing (using / operator) int by int (this is called floor division). By replacing the divisor 1000 (being an int) with the 1e3 divisor (being representation of 1000 as float) or with float(1000) (or 1000. etc.), the division becomes true division. Python 2.x returns float when dividing int by float, float by int, float by float etc. And when there is some fractional part in the timestamp passed to fromtimestamp() method, this method's result also contains information about that fractional part (as the number of microseconds).

Quickly reading very large tables as dataframes

I've tried all above and [readr][1] made the best job. I have only 8gb RAM

Loop for 20 files, 5gb each, 7 columns:

read_fwf(arquivos[i],col_types = "ccccccc",fwf_cols(cnpj = c(4,17), nome = c(19,168), cpf = c(169,183), fantasia = c(169,223), sit.cadastral = c(224,225), dt.sitcadastral = c(226,233), cnae = c(376,382)))

converting epoch time with milliseconds to datetime

Use datetime.datetime.fromtimestamp:

>>> import datetime
>>> s = 1236472051807 / 1000.0
>>> datetime.datetime.fromtimestamp(s).strftime('%Y-%m-%d %H:%M:%S.%f')
'2009-03-08 09:27:31.807000'

%f directive is only supported by datetime.datetime.strftime, not by time.strftime.

UPDATE Alternative using %, str.format:

>>> import time
>>> s, ms = divmod(1236472051807, 1000)  # (1236472051, 807)
>>> '%s.%03d' % (time.strftime('%Y-%m-%d %H:%M:%S', time.gmtime(s)), ms)
'2009-03-08 00:27:31.807'
>>> '{}.{:03d}'.format(time.strftime('%Y-%m-%d %H:%M:%S', time.gmtime(s)), ms)
'2009-03-08 00:27:31.807'

Failed to resolve: com.android.support:appcompat-v7:26.0.0

To use support libraries starting from version 26.0.0 you need to add Google's Maven repository to your project's build.gradle file as described here: https://developer.android.com/topic/libraries/support-library/setup.html

allprojects {
        repositories {
            jcenter()
            maven {
                url "https://maven.google.com"
            }
        }
    }

For Android Studio 3.0.0 and above:

allprojects {
        repositories {
            jcenter()
            google()
        }
    }

What is the difference between __str__ and __repr__?

Every object inherits __repr__ from the base class that all objects created.

class Person:
     pass

p=Person()

if you call repr(p) you will get this as default:

 <__main__.Person object at 0x7fb2604f03a0>

But if you call str(p) you will get the same output. it is because when __str__ does not exist, Python calls __repr__

Let's implement our own __str__

class Person:
    def __init__(self,name,age):
        self.name=name
        self.age=age
    def __repr__(self):
        print("__repr__ called")
        return f"Person(name='{self.name}',age={self.age})"

p=Person("ali",20)

print(p) and str(p)will return

 __repr__ called
     Person(name='ali',age=20)

let's add __str__()

class Person:
    def __init__(self, name, age):
        self.name = name
        self.age = age
        
    def __repr__(self):
        print('__repr__ called')
        return f"Person(name='{self.name}, age=self.age')"
    
    def __str__(self):
        print('__str__ called')
        return self.name

p=Person("ali",20)

if we call print(p) and str(p), it will call __str__() so it will return

__str__ called
ali

repr(p) will return

repr called "Person(name='ali, age=self.age')"

Let's omit __repr__ and just implement __str__.

class Person:
def __init__(self, name, age):
    self.name = name
    self.age = age

def __str__(self):
    print('__str__ called')
    return self.name

p=Person('ali',20)

print(p) will look for the __str__ and will return:

__str__ called
ali

NOTE= if we had __repr__ and __str__ defined, f'name is {p}' would call __str__

How can I compare two ordered lists in python?

If you want to just check if they are identical or not, a == b should give you true / false with ordering taken into account.

In case you want to compare elements, you can use numpy for comparison

c = (numpy.array(a) == numpy.array(b))

Here, c will contain an array with 3 elements all of which are true (for your example). In the event elements of a and b don't match, then the corresponding elements in c will be false.

MS Access - execute a saved query by name in VBA

You should investigate why VBA can't find queryname.

I have a saved query named qryAddLoginfoRow. It inserts a row with the current time into my loginfo table. That query runs successfully when called by name by CurrentDb.Execute.

CurrentDb.Execute "qryAddLoginfoRow"

My guess is that either queryname is a variable holding the name of a query which doesn't exist in the current database's QueryDefs collection, or queryname is the literal name of an existing query but you didn't enclose it in quotes.

Edit: You need to find a way to accept that queryname does not exist in the current db's QueryDefs collection. Add these 2 lines to your VBA code just before the CurrentDb.Execute line.

Debug.Print "queryname = '" & queryname & "'"
Debug.Print CurrentDb.QueryDefs(queryname).Name

The second of those 2 lines will trigger run-time error 3265, "Item not found in this collection." Then go to the Immediate window to verify the name of the query you're asking CurrentDb to Execute.

Ignore Typescript Errors "property does not exist on value of type"

When TypeScript thinks that property "x" does not exist on "y", then you can always cast "y" into "any", which will allow you to call anything (like "x") on "y".

Theory

(<any>y).x;

Real World Example

I was getting the error "TS2339: Property 'name' does not exist on type 'Function'" for this code:

let name: string = this.constructor.name;

So I fixed it with:

let name: string = (<any>this).constructor.name;

jQuery Validate - Enable validation for hidden fields

The plugin's author says you should use "square brackets without the quotes", []

http://bassistance.de/2011/10/07/release-validation-plugin-1-9-0/

Release: Validation Plugin 1.9.0: "...Another change should make the setup of forms with hidden elements easier, these are now ignored by default (option “ignore” has “:hidden” now as default). In theory, this could break an existing setup. In the unlikely case that it actually does, you can fix it by setting the ignore-option to “[]” (square brackets without the quotes)."

To change this setting for all forms:

$.validator.setDefaults({ 
    ignore: [],
    // any other default options and/or rules
});

(It is not required that .setDefaults() be within the document.ready function)

OR for one specific form:

$(document).ready(function() {

    $('#myform').validate({
        ignore: [],
        // any other options and/or rules
    });

});

EDIT:

See this answer for how to enable validation on some hidden fields but still ignore others.


EDIT 2:

Before leaving comments that "this does not work", keep in mind that the OP is simply asking about the jQuery Validate plugin and his question has nothing to do with how ASP.NET, MVC, or any other Microsoft framework can alter this plugin's normal expected behavior. If you're using a Microsoft framework, the default functioning of the jQuery Validate plugin is over-written by Microsoft's unobtrusive-validation plugin.

If you're struggling with the unobtrusive-validation plugin, then please refer to this answer instead: https://stackoverflow.com/a/11053251/594235

Merge or combine by rownames

Using merge and renaming your t vector as tt (see the PS of Andrie) :

merge(tt,z,by="row.names",all.x=TRUE)[,-(5:8)]

Now if you would work with dataframes instead of matrices, this would even become a whole lot easier :

z <- as.data.frame(z)
tt <- as.data.frame(tt)
merge(tt,z["symbol"],by="row.names",all.x=TRUE)

Running javascript in Selenium using Python

Try browser.execute_script instead of selenium.GetEval.

See this answer for example.

How do you properly use namespaces in C++?

In Java:

package somepackage;
class SomeClass {}

In C++:

namespace somenamespace {
    class SomeClass {}
}

And using them, Java:

import somepackage;

And C++:

using namespace somenamespace;

Also, full names are "somepackge.SomeClass" for Java and "somenamespace::SomeClass" for C++. Using those conventions, you can organize like you are used to in Java, including making matching folder names for namespaces. The folder->package and file->class requirements aren't there though, so you can name your folders and classes independently off packages and namespaces.

How can I define colors as variables in CSS?

You could pass the CSS through javascript and replace all instances of COLOUR1 with a certain color (basically regex it) and provide a backup stylesheet incase the end user has JS turned off

Enum String Name from Value

You can convert the int back to an enumeration member with a simple cast, and then call ToString():

int value = GetValueFromDb();
var enumDisplayStatus = (EnumDisplayStatus)value;
string stringValue = enumDisplayStatus.ToString();

pandas how to check dtype for all columns in a dataframe?

Suppose df is a pandas DataFrame then to get number of non-null values and data types of all column at once use:

df.info()

Automatically capture output of last command into a variable using Bash?

Bash is kind of an ugly language. Yes, you can assign the output to variable

MY_VAR="$(find -name foo.txt)"
echo "$MY_VAR"

But better hope your hardest that find only returned one result and that that result didn't have any "odd" characters in it, like carriage returns or line feeds, as they will be silently modified when assigned to a Bash variable.

But better be careful to quote your variable correctly when using it!

It's better to act on the file directly, e.g. with find's -execdir (consult the manual).

find -name foo.txt -execdir vim '{}' ';'

or

find -name foo.txt -execdir rename 's/\.txt$/.xml/' '{}' ';'

How do I select text nodes with jQuery?

If you can make the assumption that all children are either Element Nodes or Text Nodes, then this is one solution.

To get all child text nodes as a jquery collection:

$('selector').clone().children().remove().end().contents();

To get a copy of the original element with non-text children removed:

$('selector').clone().children().remove().end();

The project type is not supported by this installation

This can also be encountered while trying to open an ASP.Net MVC project while you don't have ASP.Net MVC installed with your Visual Studio 2010. In my case it was ASP.Net MVC 3.0

How to view file history in Git?

Of course, if you want something as close to TortoiseSVN as possible, you could just use TortoiseGit.

Read specific columns with pandas or other python module

Above answers are in python2. So for python 3 users I am giving this answer. You can use the bellow code:

import pandas as pd
fields = ['star_name', 'ra']

df = pd.read_csv('data.csv', skipinitialspace=True, usecols=fields)
# See the keys
print(df.keys())
# See content in 'star_name'
print(df.star_name)

How to list the tables in a SQLite database file that was opened with ATTACH?

I use this query to get it:

SELECT name FROM sqlite_master WHERE type='table'

And to use in iOS:

NSString *aStrQuery=[NSString stringWithFormat:@"SELECT name FROM sqlite_master WHERE type='table'"];

Unfortunately MyApp has stopped. How can I solve this?

People make mistakes, and so coding as well.

When ever any error happened, always check with the logcat with the text in red color however u can find out the real problem in blue color text with underline in those red color text.

Make sure if u create a new activity, always declare the activity in the AndroidManifest file.

If adding Permission, declare it in the AndroidMainifest file as well.

Dynamic LINQ OrderBy on IEnumerable<T> / IQueryable<T>

Convert List to IEnumerable or Iquerable, add using System.LINQ.Dynamic namespace, then u can mention the property names in comma seperated string to OrderBy Method which comes by default from System.LINQ.Dynamic.

How to properly add 1 month from now to current date in moment.js

According to the latest doc you can do the following-

Add a day

moment().add(1, 'days').calendar();

Add Year

moment().add(1, 'years').calendar();

Add Month

moment().add(1, 'months').calendar();

Invalid length parameter passed to the LEFT or SUBSTRING function

This is because the CHARINDEX-1 is returning a -ive value if the look-up for " " (space) is 0. The simplest solution would be to avoid '-ve' by adding

ABS(CHARINDEX(' ', PostCode ) -1))

which will return only +ive values for your length even if CHARINDEX(' ', PostCode ) -1) is a -ve value. Correct me if I'm wrong!

Python PDF library

There is also http://appyframework.org/pod.html which takes a LibreOffice or OpenOffice document as template and can generate pdf, rtf, odt ... To generate pdf it requires a headless OOo on some server. Documentation is concise but relatively complete. http://appyframework.org/podWritingTemplates.html If you need advice, the author is rather helpful.

How do I create a chart with multiple series using different X values for each series?

You need to use the Scatter chart type instead of Line. That will allow you to define separate X values for each series.

Limiting the number of characters in a string, and chopping off the rest

The solution may be java.lang.String.format("%" + maxlength + "s", string).trim(), like this:

int maxlength = 20;
String longString = "Any string you want which length is greather than 'maxlength'";
String shortString = "Anything short";
String resultForLong = java.lang.String.format("%" + maxlength + "s", longString).trim();
String resultForShort = java.lang.String.format("%" + maxlength + "s", shortString).trim();
System.out.println(resultForLong);
System.out.println(resultForShort);

ouput:

Any string you want w

Anything short

Is there an easy way to add a border to the top and bottom of an Android View?

Try wrapping the image with a linearlayout, and set it's background to the border color you want around the text. Then set the padding on the textview to be the thickness you want for your border.

Calculate correlation with cor(), only for numerical columns

if you have a dataframe where some columns are numeric and some are other (character or factor) and you only want to do the correlations for the numeric columns, you could do the following:

set.seed(10)

x = as.data.frame(matrix(rnorm(100), ncol = 10))
x$L1 = letters[1:10]
x$L2 = letters[11:20]

cor(x)

Error in cor(x) : 'x' must be numeric

but

cor(x[sapply(x, is.numeric)])

             V1         V2          V3          V4          V5          V6          V7
V1   1.00000000  0.3025766 -0.22473884 -0.72468776  0.18890578  0.14466161  0.05325308
V2   0.30257657  1.0000000 -0.27871430 -0.29075170  0.16095258  0.10538468 -0.15008158
V3  -0.22473884 -0.2787143  1.00000000 -0.22644156  0.07276013 -0.35725182 -0.05859479
V4  -0.72468776 -0.2907517 -0.22644156  1.00000000 -0.19305921  0.16948333 -0.01025698
V5   0.18890578  0.1609526  0.07276013 -0.19305921  1.00000000  0.07339531 -0.31837954
V6   0.14466161  0.1053847 -0.35725182  0.16948333  0.07339531  1.00000000  0.02514081
V7   0.05325308 -0.1500816 -0.05859479 -0.01025698 -0.31837954  0.02514081  1.00000000
V8   0.44705527  0.1698571  0.39970105 -0.42461411  0.63951574  0.23065830 -0.28967977
V9   0.21006372 -0.4418132 -0.18623823 -0.25272860  0.15921890  0.36182579 -0.18437981
V10  0.02326108  0.4618036 -0.25205899 -0.05117037  0.02408278  0.47630138 -0.38592733
              V8           V9         V10
V1   0.447055266  0.210063724  0.02326108
V2   0.169857120 -0.441813231  0.46180357
V3   0.399701054 -0.186238233 -0.25205899
V4  -0.424614107 -0.252728595 -0.05117037
V5   0.639515737  0.159218895  0.02408278
V6   0.230658298  0.361825786  0.47630138
V7  -0.289679766 -0.184379813 -0.38592733
V8   1.000000000  0.001023392  0.11436143
V9   0.001023392  1.000000000  0.15301699
V10  0.114361431  0.153016985  1.00000000

How to remove the URL from the printing page?

If you set the margin for a page using the code below the header and footers are omitted from the printed page. I have tested this in FireFox and Chrome.

<style media="print">
 @page {
  size: auto;
  margin: 0;
       }
</style>

Editing the git commit message in GitHub

For intellij users: If you want to make changes in interactive way for past commits, which are not pushed follow below steps in Intellij:

  • Select Version Control
  • Select Log
  • Right click the commit for which you want to amend comment
  • Click reword
  • Done

Hope it helps

Vertical Tabs with JQuery?

super simple function that will allow you to create your own tab / accordion structure here: http://jsfiddle.net/nabeezy/v36DF/

bindSets = function (tabClass, tabClassActive, contentClass, contentClassHidden) {
        //Dependent on jQuery
        //PARAMETERS
        //tabClass: 'the class name of the DOM elements that will be clicked',
        //tabClassActive: 'the class name that will be applied to the active tabClass element when clicked (must write your own css)',
        //contentClass: 'the class name of the DOM elements that will be modified when the corresponding tab is clicked',
        //contentClassHidden: 'the class name that will be applied to all contentClass elements except the active one (must write your own css)',
        //MUST call bindSets() after dom has rendered

        var tabs = $('.' + tabClass);
        var tabContent = $('.' + contentClass);
        if(tabs.length !== tabContent.length){console.log('JS bindSets: sets contain a different number of elements')};
        tabs.each(function (index) {
            this.matchedElement = tabContent[index];
            $(this).click(function () {
                tabs.each(function () {
                    this.classList.remove(tabClassActive);
                });
                tabContent.each(function () {
                    this.classList.add(contentClassHidden);
                });
                this.classList.add(tabClassActive);
                this.matchedElement.classList.remove(contentClassHidden);
            });
        })
        tabContent.each(function () {
            this.classList.add(contentClassHidden);
        });

        //tabs[0].click();
    }
bindSets('tabs','active','content','hidden');

Automated way to convert XML files to SQL database?

For Mysql please see the LOAD XML SyntaxDocs.

It should work without any additional XML transformation for the XML you've provided, just specify the format and define the table inside the database firsthand with matching column names:

LOAD XML LOCAL INFILE 'table1.xml'
    INTO TABLE table1
    ROWS IDENTIFIED BY '<table1>';

There is also a related question:

For Postgresql I do not know.

Retrieve the position (X,Y) of an HTML element relative to the browser window

I've taken @meouw's answer, added in the clientLeft that allows for the border, and then created three versions:

getAbsoluteOffsetFromBody - similar to @meouw's, this gets the absolute position relative to the body or html element of the document (depending on quirks mode)

getAbsoluteOffsetFromGivenElement - returns the absolute position relative to the given element (relativeEl). Note that the given element must contain the element el, or this will behave the same as getAbsoluteOffsetFromBody. This is useful if you have two elements contained within another (known) element (optionally several nodes up the node tree) and want to make them the same position.

getAbsoluteOffsetFromRelative - returns the absolute position relative to the first parent element with position: relative. This is similar to getAbsoluteOffsetFromGivenElement, for the same reason but will only go as far as the first matching element.

getAbsoluteOffsetFromBody = function( el )
{   // finds the offset of el from the body or html element
    var _x = 0;
    var _y = 0;
    while( el && !isNaN( el.offsetLeft ) && !isNaN( el.offsetTop ) )
    {
        _x += el.offsetLeft - el.scrollLeft + el.clientLeft;
        _y += el.offsetTop - el.scrollTop + el.clientTop;
        el = el.offsetParent;
    }
    return { top: _y, left: _x };
}

getAbsoluteOffsetFromGivenElement = function( el, relativeEl )
{   // finds the offset of el from relativeEl
    var _x = 0;
    var _y = 0;
    while( el && el != relativeEl && !isNaN( el.offsetLeft ) && !isNaN( el.offsetTop ) )
    {
        _x += el.offsetLeft - el.scrollLeft + el.clientLeft;
        _y += el.offsetTop - el.scrollTop + el.clientTop;
        el = el.offsetParent;
    }
    return { top: _y, left: _x };
}

getAbsoluteOffsetFromRelative = function( el )
{   // finds the offset of el from the first parent with position: relative
    var _x = 0;
    var _y = 0;
    while( el && !isNaN( el.offsetLeft ) && !isNaN( el.offsetTop ) )
    {
        _x += el.offsetLeft - el.scrollLeft + el.clientLeft;
        _y += el.offsetTop - el.scrollTop + el.clientTop;
        el = el.offsetParent;
        if (el != null)
        {
            if (getComputedStyle !== 'undefined')
                valString = getComputedStyle(el, null).getPropertyValue('position');
            else
                valString = el.currentStyle['position'];
            if (valString === "relative")
                el = null;
        }
    }
    return { top: _y, left: _x };
}

If you are still having problems, particularly relating to scrolling, you could try looking at http://www.greywyvern.com/?post=331 - I noticed at least one piece of questionable code in getStyle which should be fine assuming browsers behave, but haven't tested the rest at all.

Why Response.Redirect causes System.Threading.ThreadAbortException?

The correct pattern is to call the Redirect overload with endResponse=false and make a call to tell the IIS pipeline that it should advance directly to the EndRequest stage once you return control:

Response.Redirect(url, false);
Context.ApplicationInstance.CompleteRequest();

This blog post from Thomas Marquardt provides additional details, including how to handle the special case of redirecting inside an Application_Error handler.

Understanding Fragment's setRetainInstance(boolean)

First of all, check out my post on retained Fragments. It might help.

Now to answer your questions:

Does the fragment also retain its view state, or will this be recreated on configuration change - what exactly is "retained"?

Yes, the Fragment's state will be retained across the configuration change. Specifically, "retained" means that the fragment will not be destroyed on configuration changes. That is, the Fragment will be retained even if the configuration change causes the underlying Activity to be destroyed.

Will the fragment be destroyed when the user leaves the activity?

Just like Activitys, Fragments may be destroyed by the system when memory resources are low. Whether you have your fragments retain their instance state across configuration changes will have no effect on whether or not the system will destroy the Fragments once you leave the Activity. If you leave the Activity (i.e. by pressing the home button), the Fragments may or may not be destroyed. If you leave the Activity by pressing the back button (thus, calling finish() and effectively destroying the Activity), all of the Activitys attached Fragments will also be destroyed.

Why doesn't it work with fragments on the back stack?

There are probably multiple reasons why it's not supported, but the most obvious reason to me is that the Activity holds a reference to the FragmentManager, and the FragmentManager manages the backstack. That is, no matter if you choose to retain your Fragments or not, the Activity (and thus the FragmentManager's backstack) will be destroyed on a configuration change. Another reason why it might not work is because things might get tricky if both retained fragments and non-retained fragments were allowed to exist on the same backstack.

Which are the use cases where it makes sense to use this method?

Retained fragments can be quite useful for propagating state information — especially thread management — across activity instances. For example, a fragment can serve as a host for an instance of Thread or AsyncTask, managing its operation. See my blog post on this topic for more information.

In general, I would treat it similarly to using onConfigurationChanged with an Activity... don't use it as a bandaid just because you are too lazy to implement/handle an orientation change correctly. Only use it when you need to.

how to find my angular version in my project?

try this command :

ng --version

It prints out Angular, Angular CLI, Node, Typescript versions etc.

How to call one shell script from another shell script?

chmod a+x /path/to/file-to-be-executed

That was the only thing I needed. Once the script to be executed is made executable like this, you (at least in my case) don't need any other extra operation like sh or ./ while you are calling the script.

Thanks to the comment of @Nathan Lilienthal

Java "?" Operator for checking null - What is it? (Not Ternary!)

It is possible to define util methods which solves this in an almost pretty way with Java 8 lambda.

This is a variation of H-MANs solution but it uses overloaded methods with multiple arguments to handle multiple steps instead of catching NullPointerException.

Even if I think this solution is kind of cool I think I prefer Helder Pereira's seconds one since that doesn't require any util methods.

void example() {
    Entry entry = new Entry();
    // This is the same as H-MANs solution 
    Person person = getNullsafe(entry, e -> e.getPerson());    
    // Get object in several steps
    String givenName = getNullsafe(entry, e -> e.getPerson(), p -> p.getName(), n -> n.getGivenName());
    // Call void methods
    doNullsafe(entry, e -> e.getPerson(), p -> p.getName(), n -> n.nameIt());        
}

/** Return result of call to f1 with o1 if it is non-null, otherwise return null. */
public static <R, T1> R getNullsafe(T1 o1, Function<T1, R> f1) {
    if (o1 != null) return f1.apply(o1);
    return null; 
}

public static <R, T0, T1> R getNullsafe(T0 o0, Function<T0, T1> f1, Function<T1, R> f2) {
    return getNullsafe(getNullsafe(o0, f1), f2);
}

public static <R, T0, T1, T2> R getNullsafe(T0 o0, Function<T0, T1> f1, Function<T1, T2> f2, Function<T2, R> f3) {
    return getNullsafe(getNullsafe(o0, f1, f2), f3);
}


/** Call consumer f1 with o1 if it is non-null, otherwise do nothing. */
public static <T1> void doNullsafe(T1 o1, Consumer<T1> f1) {
    if (o1 != null) f1.accept(o1);
}

public static <T0, T1> void doNullsafe(T0 o0, Function<T0, T1> f1, Consumer<T1> f2) {
    doNullsafe(getNullsafe(o0, f1), f2);
}

public static <T0, T1, T2> void doNullsafe(T0 o0, Function<T0, T1> f1, Function<T1, T2> f2, Consumer<T2> f3) {
    doNullsafe(getNullsafe(o0, f1, f2), f3);
}


class Entry {
    Person getPerson() { return null; }
}

class Person {
    Name getName() { return null; }
}

class Name {
    void nameIt() {}
    String getGivenName() { return null; }
}

How to open .SQLite files

If you just want to see what's in the database without installing anything extra, you might already have SQLite CLI on your system. To check, open a command prompt and try:

sqlite3 database.sqlite

Replace database.sqlite with your database file. Then, if the database is small enough, you can view the entire contents with:

sqlite> .dump

Or you can list the tables:

sqlite> .tables

Regular SQL works here as well:

sqlite> select * from some_table;

Replace some_table as appropriate.

Heroku + node.js error (Web process failed to bind to $PORT within 60 seconds of launch)

For those that are passing both a port and a host, keep in mind that Heroku will not bind to localhost.

You must pass 0.0.0.0 for host.

Even if you're using the correct port. We had to make this adjustment:

# port (as described above) and host are both wrong
const host = 'localhost';
const port = 3000;

# use alternate localhost and the port Heroku assigns to $PORT
const host = '0.0.0.0';
const port = process.env.PORT || 3000;

Then you can start the server, as usual:

app.listen(port, host, function() {
  console.log("Server started.......");
});

You can see more details here: https://help.heroku.com/P1AVPANS/why-is-my-node-js-app-crashing-with-an-r10-error

Foreach value from POST from form

i wouldn't do it this way

I'd use name arrays in the form elements

so i'd get the layout

$_POST['field'][0]['name'] = 'value';
$_POST['field'][0]['price'] = 'value';
$_POST['field'][1]['name'] = 'value';
$_POST['field'][1]['price'] = 'value';

then you could do an array slice to get the amount you need

Change the size of a JTextField inside a JBorderLayout

From the api on GridLayout:

The container is divided into equal-sized rectangles, and one component is placed in each rectangle.

Try using FlowLayout or GridBagLayout for your set size to be meaningful. Also, @Serplat is correct. You need to use setPreferredSize( Dimension ) instead of setSize( int, int ).

    JPanel displayPanel = new JPanel();
    // JPanel displayPanel = new JPanel( new GridLayout( 4, 2 ) );
    // JPanel displayPanel = new JPanel( new BorderLayout() );
    // JPanel displayPanel = new JPanel( new GridBagLayout() );

    JTextField titleText = new JTextField( "title" );

    titleText.setPreferredSize( new Dimension( 200, 24 ) );

    // For FlowLayout and GridLayout, uncomment:
    displayPanel.add( titleText );

    // For BorderLayout, uncomment:
    // displayPanel.add( titleText, BorderLayout.NORTH );

    // For GridBagLayout, uncomment:
    // displayPanel.add( titleText, new GridBagConstraints( 0, 0, 1, 1, 1.0,
    // 1.0, GridBagConstraints.CENTER, GridBagConstraints.NONE,
    // new Insets( 0, 0, 0, 0 ), 0, 0 ) );

Unable to ping vmware guest from another vmware guest

You can ping ip from one virtual machine to another machine by using these steps:

  1. Go to menu VM -> Setting -> select network adapter: NAT
  2. Go to menu VM -> setting -> select options Tab and select

Guest Isolation : ENABLED, ENABLED and select box : ENABLE VMCI

How to drop a table if it exists?

Do like this, it is the easiest way.

qry will be your own query, whatever you want in the select list.

set @qry = ' select * into TempData from (' + @qry + ')Tmp  '

exec (@qry)

select * from TempData 

drop table TempData

How to load my app from Eclipse to my Android phone instead of AVD

What I did, by reading all of above answers and it worked as well: 7 deadly steps

  1. Connect your android phone with the pc on which you are running eclipse/your map project.
  2. Let it install all the necessary drivers.. When done, open your smart phone, go to: Settings > Applications > Development > USB debugging and enable it on by clicking on the check button at the right side.
  3. Also, enable Settings > Unknowresoures
  4. Come back to eclipse on your pc. Right click on the project/application, Run As > Run configurations... >Choose Device>Target Select your device Run.
  5. Click on the Target tab from top. By default it is on the first tab Android
  6. Choose the second radio button which says Launch on all compatible deivces/AVDs. Then click Apply at the bottom and afterwards, click Run.
  7. Here you go, it will automatically install your application's .apk file into your smart phone and make it run over it., just like on emulator.

If you get it running, please help others too.

Cannot make a static reference to the non-static method

You can either make your variable non static

public final String TTT =  (String) getText(R.string.TTT);

or make the "getText" method static (if at all possible)

The best node module for XML parsing

This answer concerns developers for Windows. You want to pick an XML parsing module that does NOT depend on node-expat. Node-expat requires node-gyp and node-gyp requires you to install Visual Studio on your machine. If your machine is a Windows Server, you definitely don't want to install Visual Studio on it.

So, which XML parsing module to pick?

Save yourself a lot of trouble and use either xml2js or xmldoc. They depend on sax.js which is a pure Javascript solution that doesn't require node-gyp.

Both libxmljs and xml-stream require node-gyp. Don't pick these unless you already have Visual Studio on your machine installed or you don't mind going down that road.

Update 2015-10-24: it seems somebody found a solution to use node-gyp on Windows without installing VS: https://github.com/nodejs/node-gyp/issues/629#issuecomment-138276692

How can I replace newlines using PowerShell?

In my understanding, Get-Content eliminates ALL newlines/carriage returns when it rolls your text file through the pipeline. To do multiline regexes, you have to re-combine your string array into one giant string. I do something like:

$text = [string]::Join("`n", (Get-Content test.txt))
[regex]::Replace($text, "t`n", "ting`na ", "Singleline")

Clarification: small files only folks! Please don't try this on your 40 GB log file :)

How to convert a String into an array of Strings containing one character each

If by array of String you mean array of char:

public class Test
{
    public static void main(String[] args)
    {
        String test = "aabbab ";
        char[] t = test.toCharArray();

        for(char c : t)
            System.out.println(c);    

        System.out.println("The end!");    
    }
}  

If not, the String.split() function could transform a String into an array of String

See those String.split examples

/* String to split. */
String str = "one-two-three";
String[] temp;

/* delimiter */
String delimiter = "-";
/* given string will be split by the argument delimiter provided. */
temp = str.split(delimiter);
/* print substrings */
for(int i =0; i < temp.length ; i++)
  System.out.println(temp[i]);

The input.split("(?!^)") proposed by Joachim in his answer is based on:

  • a '?!' zero-width negative lookahead (see Lookaround)
  • the caret '^' as an Anchor to match the start of the string the regex pattern is applied to

Any character which is not the first will be split. An empty string will not be split but return an empty array.

How do I vertically align text in a paragraph?

you could use

    line-height:35px;

You really shouldnt set a height on paragraph as its not good for accessibility (what happens if the user increase text size etc)

Instead use a Div with a hight and the p inside it with the correct line-height:

    <div style="height:35px;"><p style="line-height:35px;">text</p></div>

Group By Eloquent ORM

Laravel 5

This is working for me (i use laravel 5.6).

$collection = MyModel::all()->groupBy('column');

If you want to convert the collection to plain php array, you can use toArray()

$array = MyModel::all()->groupBy('column')->toArray();

Fastest way to check if a string matches a regexp in ruby?

To complete Wiktor Stribizew and Dougui answers I would say that /regex/.match?("string") about as fast as "string".match?(/regex/).

Ruby 2.4.0 (10 000 000 ~2 sec)

2.4.0 > require 'benchmark'
 => true 
2.4.0 > Benchmark.measure{ 10000000.times { /^CVE-[0-9]{4}-[0-9]{4,}$/.match?("CVE-2018-1589") } }
 => #<Benchmark::Tms:0x005563da1b1c80 @label="", @real=2.2060338060000504, @cstime=0.0, @cutime=0.0, @stime=0.04000000000000001, @utime=2.17, @total=2.21> 
2.4.0 > Benchmark.measure{ 10000000.times { "CVE-2018-1589".match?(/^CVE-[0-9]{4}-[0-9]{4,}$/) } }
 => #<Benchmark::Tms:0x005563da139eb0 @label="", @real=2.260814556000696, @cstime=0.0, @cutime=0.0, @stime=0.010000000000000009, @utime=2.2500000000000004, @total=2.2600000000000007> 

Ruby 2.6.2 (100 000 000 ~20 sec)

irb(main):001:0> require 'benchmark'
=> true
irb(main):005:0> Benchmark.measure{ 100000000.times { /^CVE-[0-9]{4}-[0-9]{4,}$/.match?("CVE-2018-1589") } }
=> #<Benchmark::Tms:0x0000562bc83e3768 @label="", @real=24.60139879199778, @cstime=0.0, @cutime=0.0, @stime=0.010000999999999996, @utime=24.565644999999996, @total=24.575645999999995>
irb(main):004:0> Benchmark.measure{ 100000000.times { "CVE-2018-1589".match?(/^CVE-[0-9]{4}-[0-9]{4,}$/) } }
=> #<Benchmark::Tms:0x0000562bc846aee8 @label="", @real=24.634255946999474, @cstime=0.0, @cutime=0.0, @stime=0.010046, @utime=24.598276, @total=24.608321999999998>

Note: times varies, sometimes /regex/.match?("string") is faster and sometimes "string".match?(/regex/), the differences maybe only due to the machine activity.

How to use Spring Boot with MySQL database and JPA?

Your code is in the default package, i.e. you have source all files in src/main/java with no custom package. I strongly suggest u to create package n then place your source file in it.

Ex-
 src->
     main->
          java->
                com.myfirst.example
                   Example.java
                com.myfirst.example.controller
                   PersonController.java
                com.myfirst.example.repository
                  PersonRepository.java
                com.myfirst.example.model
                   Person.java

I hope it will resolve your problem.

How to compare two NSDates: Which is more recent?

In Swift, you can overload existing operators:

func > (lhs: NSDate, rhs: NSDate) -> Bool {
    return lhs.timeIntervalSinceReferenceDate > rhs.timeIntervalSinceReferenceDate
}

func < (lhs: NSDate, rhs: NSDate) -> Bool {
    return lhs.timeIntervalSinceReferenceDate < rhs.timeIntervalSinceReferenceDate
}

Then, you can compare NSDates directly with <, >, and == (already supported).

What's the point of 'meta viewport user-scalable=no' in the Google Maps API

You should not use the viewport meta tag at all if your design is not responsive. Misusing this tag may lead to broken layouts. You may read this article for documentation about why you should'n use this tag unless you know what you're doing. http://blog.javierusobiaga.com/stop-using-the-viewport-tag-until-you-know-ho

"user-scalable=no" also helps to prevent the zoom-in effect on iOS input boxes.

Change drawable color programmatically

You may want to try Mode.LIGHTEN or Mode.DARKEN. The Android Javadocs are horrible at explaining what the PorterDuff Modes do. You can take a look at them here: PorterDuff | Android

I suggest looking around at Compositing on Mozilla's site here. (They don't have all the modes that android does but they have a lot of them)

Storing WPF Image Resources

  1. Visual Studio 2010 Professional SP1.
  2. .NET Framework 4 Client Profile.
  3. PNG image added as resource on project properties.
  4. New file in Resources folder automatically created.
  5. Build action set to resource.

This worked for me:

<BitmapImage x:Key="MyImageSource" UriSource="Resources/Image.png" />

Javascript objects: get parent

when I load in a json object I usually setup the relationships by iterating through the object arrays like this:

    for (var i = 0; i < some.json.objectarray.length; i++) {
        var p = some.json.objectarray[i];
        for (var j = 0; j < p.somechildarray.length; j++) {
            p.somechildarray[j].parent = p;
        }
    }

then you can access the parent object of some object in the somechildarray by using .parent

What is the main difference between Collection and Collections in Java?

Collection, as its javadoc says is "The root interface in the collection hierarchy." This means that every single class implementing Collection in any form is part of the Java Collections Framework.

The Collections Framework is Java's native implementation of data structure classes (with implementation specific properties) which represent a group of objects which are somehow related to each other and thus can be called a collection.

Collections is merely an utility method class for doing certain operations, for example adding thread safety to your ArrayList instance by doing this:

List list = Collections.synchronizedList(new Arraylist());

The main difference in my opinion is that Collection is base interface which you may use in your code as a type for object (although I wouldn't directly recommend that) while Collections just provides useful operations for handling the collections.

Merge unequal dataframes and replace missing rows with 0

I used the answer given by Chase (answered May 11 '11 at 14:21), but I added a bit of code to apply that solution to my particular problem.

I had a frame of rates (user, download) and a frame of totals (user, download) to be merged by user, and I wanted to include every rate, even if there were no corresponding total. However, there could be no missing totals, in which case the selection of rows for replacement of NA by zero would fail.

The first line of code does the merge. The next two lines change the column names in the merged frame. The if statement replaces NA by zero, but only if there are rows with NA.

# merge rates and totals, replacing absent totals by zero
graphdata <- merge(rates, totals, by=c("user"),all.x=T)
colnames(graphdata)[colnames(graphdata)=="download.x"] = "download.rate"
colnames(graphdata)[colnames(graphdata)=="download.y"] = "download.total"
if(any(is.na(graphdata$download.total))) {
    graphdata[is.na(graphdata$download.total),]$download.total <- 0
}

JQuery - Get select value

var nationality = $("#dancerCountry").val(); should work. Are you sure that the element selector is working properly? Perhaps you should try:

var nationality = $('select[name="dancerCountry"]').val();

Insert 2 million rows into SQL Server quickly

  1. I think its better you read data of text file in DataSet

  2. Try out SqlBulkCopy - Bulk Insert into SQL from C# App

    // connect to SQL
    using (SqlConnection connection = new SqlConnection(connString))
    {
        // make sure to enable triggers
        // more on triggers in next post
        SqlBulkCopy bulkCopy = new SqlBulkCopy(
            connection, 
            SqlBulkCopyOptions.TableLock | 
            SqlBulkCopyOptions.FireTriggers | 
            SqlBulkCopyOptions.UseInternalTransaction,
            null
            );
    
        // set the destination table name
        bulkCopy.DestinationTableName = this.tableName;
        connection.Open();
    
        // write the data in the "dataTable"
        bulkCopy.WriteToServer(dataTable);
        connection.Close();
    }
    // reset
    this.dataTable.Clear();
    

or

after doing step 1 at the top

  1. Create XML from DataSet
  2. Pass XML to database and do bulk insert

you can check this article for detail : Bulk Insertion of Data Using C# DataTable and SQL server OpenXML function

But its not tested with 2 million record, it will do but consume memory on machine as you have to load 2 million record and insert it.

Putting a simple if-then-else statement on one line

That's more specifically a ternary operator expression than an if-then, here's the python syntax

value_when_true if condition else value_when_false

Better Example: (thanks Mr. Burns)

'Yes' if fruit == 'Apple' else 'No'

Now with assignment and contrast with if syntax

fruit = 'Apple'
isApple = True if fruit == 'Apple' else False

vs

fruit = 'Apple'
isApple = False
if fruit == 'Apple' : isApple = True

Difference between getAttribute() and getParameter()

Generally, a parameter is a string value that is most commonly known for being sent from the client to the server (e.g. a form post) and retrieved from the servlet request. The frustrating exception to this is ServletContext initial parameters which are string parameters that are configured in web.xml and exist on the server.

An attribute is a server variable that exists within a specified scope i.e.:

  • application, available for the life of the entire application
  • session, available for the life of the session
  • request, only available for the life of the request
  • page (JSP only), available for the current JSP page only

Remove ALL white spaces from text

Use replace(/\s+/g,''),

for example:

const stripped = '    My String With A    Lot Whitespace  '.replace(/\s+/g, '')// 'MyStringWithALotWhitespace'

calculating number of days between 2 columns of dates in data frame

You need to use the as.Date formats correctly.

Eg.

x = '2012/07/25'
xd = as.Date(x,'%Y/%m/%d')
xd    # Prints "2012-07-25"

R date formats are similary to *nix ones.

Doing a typeof(xd) shows it as a double ie. days since 1970.

Android: java.lang.SecurityException: Permission Denial: start Intent

You have to add android:exported="true" in the manifest file in the activity you are trying to start.

From the android:exported documentation:

android:exported
Whether or not the activity can be launched by components of other applications — "true" if it can be, and "false" if not. If "false", the activity can be launched only by components of the same application or applications with the same user ID.

The default value depends on whether the activity contains intent filters. The absence of any filters means that the activity can be invoked only by specifying its exact class name. This implies that the activity is intended only for application-internal use (since others would not know the class name). So in this case, the default value is "false". On the other hand, the presence of at least one filter implies that the activity is intended for external use, so the default value is "true".

This attribute is not the only way to limit an activity's exposure to other applications. You can also use a permission to limit the external entities that can invoke the activity (see the permission attribute).

REST API - why use PUT DELETE POST GET?

In regards to using extension to define data type. I noticed that MailChimp API is doing it, but I don't think this is a good idea.

GET /zzz/cars.json/1

GET /zzz/cars.xml/1

My sound like a good idea, but I think "older" approach is better - using HTTP headers

GET /xxx/cars/1
Accept: application/json

Also HTTP headers are much better for cross data type communication (if ever someone would need it)

POST /zzz/cars
Content-Type: application/xml     <--- indicates we sent XML to server
Accept: application/json          <--- indicates we want get data back in JSON format  

How to search for file names in Visual Studio?

In Visual Studio 2008 (and probably later), the free DevExpress CodeRush Xpress add-in supplies Ctrl+Alt+F, Quick File Navigation, which searches on an exact substring in the file name or on capital letters.

(Unrelated to this answer, but note the rather more useful, Quick Navigation, Ctrl+Shift+Q, which I would have liked to have known about before now :-) )

Remote JMX connection

Thanks a lot, it works like this:

java -Djava.rmi.server.hostname=xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx -Dcom.sun.management.jmxremote -Dcom.sun.management.jmxremote.ssl=false -Dcom.sun.management.jmxremote.authenticate=false -Dcom.sun.management.jmxremote.port=25000 -jar myjar.jar

How should I validate an e-mail address?

You could also use

InternetAddress emailAddr = new InternetAddress(email);
emailAddr.validate();

If the email is not valid it will throw an AddressException.

Unfortunately Android doesn't support jndi-dns, but just to give you an idea of a more powerful email validation, you could use it to validate the email domain. Maybe an Android guru could help and show if there are similar alternatives... An example implementation with "regular" java is available here.

EDIT

I just realized that javax.mail isn't support neither... But this post shows a workaround.

Objective-C: Reading a file line by line

Here's a nice simple solution i use for smaller files:

NSString *path = [[NSBundle mainBundle] pathForResource:@"Terrain1" ofType:@"txt"];
NSString *contents = [NSString stringWithContentsOfFile:path encoding:NSASCIIStringEncoding error:nil];
NSArray *lines = [contents componentsSeparatedByCharactersInSet:[NSCharacterSet characterSetWithCharactersInString:@"\r\n"]];
for (NSString* line in lines) {
    if (line.length) {
        NSLog(@"line: %@", line);
    }
}

Cannot run Eclipse; JVM terminated. Exit code=13

use the configuration below;

    -startup
    plugins/org.eclipse.equinox.launcher_1.3.0.v20130327-1440.jar
    --launcher.library
    plugins/org.eclipse.equinox.launcher.win32.win32.x86_64_1.1.200.v20130807-1835
    -product
    org.springsource.ggts.ide
    --launcher.defaultAction
    openFile
    --launcher.XXMaxPermSize
    256M
    -vm
    C:\Program Files\Java\jdk1.7.0_51\jre\bin\javaw.exe
    -vmargs
    -Dorg.eclipse.swt.browser.IEVersion=10001
    -Dgrails.console.enable.interactive=false
    -Dgrails.console.enable.terminal=false
    -Djline.terminal=jline.UnsupportedTerminal
    -Dgrails.console.class=grails.build.logging.GrailsEclipseConsole
    -Dosgi.requiredJavaVersion=1.6
    -Xms40m
    -Xmx768m
    -XX:MaxPermSize=256m
    -Dorg.eclipse.swt.browser.IEVersion=10001

Passing parameters to a JDBC PreparedStatement

There is a problem in your query..

   statement =con.prepareStatement("SELECT * from employee WHERE  userID = "+"''"+userID);
   ResultSet rs = statement.executeQuery();

You are using Prepare Statement.. So you need to set your parameter using statement.setInt() or statement.setString() depending upon what is the type of your userId

Replace it with: -

   statement =con.prepareStatement("SELECT * from employee WHERE  userID = :userId");
   statement.setString(userId, userID);
   ResultSet rs = statement.executeQuery();

Or, you can use ? in place of named value - :userId..

   statement =con.prepareStatement("SELECT * from employee WHERE  userID = ?");
   statement.setString(1, userID);

Spring Boot not serving static content

Put static resources under the directory:

/src/main/resources/static

add this property in application.properties file

server.servlet.context-path=/pdx

You can access from http://localhost:8080/pdx/images/image.jpg

enter image description here

Show current assembly instruction in GDB

From within gdb press Ctrl x 2 and the screen will split into 3 parts.

First part will show you the normal code in high level language.

Second will show you the assembly equivalent and corresponding instruction Pointer.

Third will present you the normal gdb prompt to enter commands.

See the screen shot

Mapping composite keys using EF code first

Through Configuration, you can do this:

Model1
{
    int fk_one,
    int fk_two
}

Model2
{
    int pk_one,
    int pk_two,
}

then in the context config

public class MyContext : DbContext
{
    protected override void OnModelCreating(DbModelBuilder modelBuilder)
    {
        modelBuilder.Entity<Model1>()
            .HasRequired(e => e.Model2)
            .WithMany(e => e.Model1s)
            .HasForeignKey(e => new { e.fk_one, e.fk_two })
            .WillCascadeOnDelete(false);
    }
}

Float and double datatype in Java

Floating-point numbers, also known as real numbers, are used when evaluating expressions that require fractional precision. For example, calculations such as square root, or transcendentals such as sine and cosine, result in a value whose precision requires a floating-point type. Java implements the standard (IEEE–754) set of floatingpoint types and operators. There are two kinds of floating-point types, float and double, which represent single- and double-precision numbers, respectively. Their width and ranges are shown here:


   Name     Width in Bits   Range 
    double  64              1 .7e–308 to 1.7e+308
    float   32              3 .4e–038 to 3.4e+038


float

The type float specifies a single-precision value that uses 32 bits of storage. Single precision is faster on some processors and takes half as much space as double precision, but will become imprecise when the values are either very large or very small. Variables of type float are useful when you need a fractional component, but don't require a large degree of precision.

Here are some example float variable declarations:

float hightemp, lowtemp;


double

Double precision, as denoted by the double keyword, uses 64 bits to store a value. Double precision is actually faster than single precision on some modern processors that have been optimized for high-speed mathematical calculations. All transcendental math functions, such as sin( ), cos( ), and sqrt( ), return double values. When you need to maintain accuracy over many iterative calculations, or are manipulating large-valued numbers, double is the best choice.

Register .NET Framework 4.5 in IIS 7.5

use .NET3.5 it worked for me for similar issue.

Is it possible for UIStackView to scroll?

Horizontal Scrolling (UIStackView within UIScrollView)

For horizontal scrolling. First, create a UIStackView and a UIScrollView and add them to your view in the following way:

let scrollView = UIScrollView()
let stackView = UIStackView()

scrollView.addSubview(stackView)
view.addSubview(scrollView)

Remembering to set the translatesAutoresizingMaskIntoConstraints to false on the UIStackView and the UIScrollView:

stackView.translatesAutoresizingMaskIntoConstraints = false
scrollView.translatesAutoresizingMaskIntoConstraints = false

To get everything working the trailing, leading, top and bottom anchors of the UIStackView should be equal to the UIScrollView anchors:

stackView.leadingAnchor.constraint(equalTo: scrollView.leadingAnchor).isActive = true
stackView.trailingAnchor.constraint(equalTo: scrollView.trailingAnchor).isActive = true
stackView.topAnchor.constraint(equalTo: scrollView.topAnchor).isActive = true
stackView.bottomAnchor.constraint(equalTo: scrollView.bottomAnchor).isActive = true

But the width anchor of the UIStackView must the equal to or greater than the width of the UIScrollView anchor:

stackView.widthAnchor.constraint(greaterThanOrEqualTo: scrollView.widthAnchor).isActive = true

Now anchor your UIScrollView, for example:

scrollView.heightAnchor.constraint(equalToConstant: 80).isActive = true
scrollView.widthAnchor.constraint(equalTo: view.widthAnchor).isActive = true

scrollView.bottomAnchor.constraint(equalTo:view.safeAreaLayoutGuide.bottomAnchor).isActive = true
scrollView.leadingAnchor.constraint(equalTo:view.leadingAnchor).isActive = true
scrollView.trailingAnchor.constraint(equalTo:view.trailingAnchor).isActive = true 

Next, I would suggest trying the following settings for the UIStackView alignment and distribution:

topicStackView.axis = .horizontal
topicStackView.distribution = .equalCentering
topicStackView.alignment = .center

topicStackView.spacing = 10

Finally you'll need to use the addArrangedSubview: method to add subviews to your UIStackView.

Text Insets

One additional feature that you might find useful is that because the UIStackView is held within a UIScrollView you now have access to text insets to make things look a bit prettier.

let inset:CGFloat = 20
scrollView.contentInset.left = inset
scrollView.contentInset.right = inset

// remember if you're using insets then reduce the width of your stack view to match
stackView.widthAnchor.constraint(greaterThanOrEqualTo: topicScrollView.widthAnchor, constant: -inset*2).isActive = true

How to check if a file exists in a shell script

Internally, the rm command must test for file existence anyway,
so why add another test? Just issue

rm filename

and it will be gone after that, whether it was there or not.
Use rm -f is you don't want any messages about non-existent files.

If you need to take some action if the file does NOT exist, then you must test for that yourself. Based on your example code, this is not the case in this instance.

C: What is the difference between ++i and i++?

I assume you understand the difference in semantics now (though honestly I wonder why people ask 'what does operator X mean' questions on stack overflow rather than reading, you know, a book or web tutorial or something.

But anyway, as far as which one to use, ignore questions of performance, which are unlikely important even in C++. This is the principle you should use when deciding which to use:

Say what you mean in code.

If you don't need the value-before-increment in your statement, don't use that form of the operator. It's a minor issue, but unless you are working with a style guide that bans one version in favor of the other altogether (aka a bone-headed style guide), you should use the form that most exactly expresses what you are trying to do.

QED, use the pre-increment version:

for (int i = 0; i != X; ++i) ...

How to trim white spaces of array values in php

array_map and trim can do the job

$trimmed_array = array_map('trim', $fruit);
print_r($trimmed_array);

What is the best open-source java charting library? (other than jfreechart)

Good question, I was just looking for alternatives to JFreeChart myself the other day. JFreeChart is excellent and very comprehensive, I've used it on several projects. My recent problem was that it meant adding 1.6mb of libraries to a 50kb applet, so I was looking for something smaller.

The JFreeChart FAQ itself lists alternatives. Compared to JFreeChart, most of them are pretty basic, and some pretty ugly. The most promising seem to be the Java Chart Construction Kit and OpenChart2.

I also found EasyCharts, which is a commercial product but seemingly free to use in some circumstances.

In the end, I went back to the tried and trusted JFreeChart and used Proguard to butcher it into a more manageable size.

I suggest that you take another look at JFreeChart. The user guide is only available to buy, but the demo shows what is possible and it's pretty easy to work out how from the API documentation. Basically you start with the ChartFactory static methods and plug the resultant JFreeChart object into a ChartPanel to display it. If you get stuck, I'm sure you'll get some quick answers to your problems on StackOverflow.

Get screenshot on Windows with Python?

Worth noting that ImageGrab only works on MSWindows.

For cross platform compatibility, a person may be best off with using the wxPython library. http://wiki.wxpython.org/WorkingWithImages#A_Flexible_Screen_Capture_App

import wx
wx.App()  # Need to create an App instance before doing anything
screen = wx.ScreenDC()
size = screen.GetSize()
bmp = wx.EmptyBitmap(size[0], size[1])
mem = wx.MemoryDC(bmp)
mem.Blit(0, 0, size[0], size[1], screen, 0, 0)
del mem  # Release bitmap
bmp.SaveFile('screenshot.png', wx.BITMAP_TYPE_PNG)

How to get the number of characters in a string

There is a way to get count of runes without any packages by converting string to []rune as len([]rune(YOUR_STRING)):

package main

import "fmt"

func main() {
    russian := "??????? ? ??????"
    english := "Sputnik & pogrom"

    fmt.Println("count of bytes:",
        len(russian),
        len(english))

    fmt.Println("count of runes:",
        len([]rune(russian)),
        len([]rune(english)))

}

count of bytes 30 16

count of runes 16 16

How to wait 5 seconds with jQuery?

Based on Joey's answer, I came up with an intended (by jQuery, read about 'queue') solution.

It somewhat follows the jQuery.animate() syntax - allows to be chained with other fx functions, supports 'slow' and other jQuery.fx.speeds as well as being fully jQuery. And will be handled the same way as animations, if you stop those.

jsFiddle test ground with more usages (like showing off .stop()), can be found here.

the core of the solution is:

_x000D_
_x000D_
$('<queue/>')_x000D_
.delay(100 /*ms*/)_x000D_
.queue( (next) => { $('#result').text('done.'); next(); } );
_x000D_
<script src="https://ajax.googleapis.com/ajax/libs/jquery/2.1.1/jquery.min.js"></script>_x000D_
<div id="result"></div>
_x000D_
_x000D_
_x000D_

the whole as a plugin, supporting usage of $.wait() and $(..).wait() :

_x000D_
_x000D_
// add wait as $.wait() standalone and $(elem).wait() for animation chaining_x000D_
(function($) {_x000D_
_x000D_
  $.wait = function(duration, completeCallback, target) {_x000D_
    $target = $(target || '<queue />');_x000D_
    return $target.delay(duration).queue(function(next){completeCallback && completeCallback.call($target); next();});_x000D_
  }_x000D_
_x000D_
  $.fn.wait = function(duration, completeCallback) {_x000D_
    return $.wait.call(this, duration, completeCallback, this);_x000D_
  };_x000D_
_x000D_
})(jQuery);_x000D_
_x000D_
//TEST_x000D_
$(function() {_x000D_
_x000D_
  // stand alone_x000D_
  $.wait(1000, function() {_x000D_
    $('#result')_x000D_
    .append('...done');_x000D_
  });_x000D_
_x000D_
  // chained_x000D_
  $('#result')_x000D_
  .append('go...')_x000D_
  .wait('slow', function() {_x000D_
    $(this).append('after slow');_x000D_
  })_x000D_
  .css({color: 'green'});_x000D_
  _x000D_
});
_x000D_
<script src="https://ajax.googleapis.com/ajax/libs/jquery/2.1.1/jquery.min.js"></script>_x000D_
<div id="result"></div>
_x000D_
_x000D_
_x000D_

Note: since wait adds to the animation stack, $.css() is executed immediately - as it is supposed: expected jQuery behaviour.

How to define the basic HTTP authentication using cURL correctly?

as header

AUTH=$(echo -ne "$BASIC_AUTH_USER:$BASIC_AUTH_PASSWORD" | base64 --wrap 0)

curl \
  --header "Content-Type: application/json" \
  --header "Authorization: Basic $AUTH" \
  --request POST \
  --data  '{"key1":"value1", "key2":"value2"}' \
  https://example.com/

Run cron job only if it isn't already running

With lockrun you don't need to write a wrapper script for your cron job. http://www.unixwiz.net/tools/lockrun.html

Sending commands and strings to Terminal.app with Applescript

First connect to the server and wait for 6 seconds (you can change that) and then execute whatever you need on the remote server using the same tab

tell application "Terminal"
   set currentTab to do script ("ssh user@server;")
   delay 6
   do script ("do something remote") in currentTab
end tell

Java - removing first character of a string

In Java, remove leading character only if it is a certain character

Use the Java ternary operator to quickly check if your character is there before removing it. This strips the leading character only if it exists, if passed a blank string, return blankstring.

String header = "";
header = header.startsWith("#") ? header.substring(1) : header;
System.out.println(header);

header = "foobar";
header = header.startsWith("#") ? header.substring(1) : header;
System.out.println(header);

header = "#moobar";
header = header.startsWith("#") ? header.substring(1) : header;
System.out.println(header);

Prints:

blankstring
foobar
moobar

Java, remove all the instances of a character anywhere in a string:

String a = "Cool";
a = a.replace("o","");
//variable 'a' contains the string "Cl"

Java, remove the first instance of a character anywhere in a string:

String b = "Cool";
b = b.replaceFirst("o","");
//variable 'b' contains the string "Col"

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

The answer is in this line of the output of readelf -a in the original question

  [Requesting program interpreter: /lib/ld-linux.so.2]

I was missing the /lib/ld-linux.so.2 file, which is needed to run 32-bit apps. The Ubuntu package that has this file is libc6-i386.

Force IE8 Into IE7 Compatiblity Mode

You can do it in the web.config

    <httpProtocol>
        <customHeaders>
            <add name="X-UA-Compatible" value="IE=7"/>
        </customHeaders>
    </httpProtocol>

I have better results with this over the above solutions. Not sure why this wasn't given as a solution. :)

Class is not abstract and does not override abstract method

Both classes Rectangle and Ellipse need to override both of the abstract methods.

To work around this, you have 3 options:

  • Add the two methods
  • Make each class that extends Shape abstract
  • Have a single method that does the function of the classes that will extend Shape, and override that method in Rectangle and Ellipse, for example:

    abstract class Shape {
        // ...
        void draw(Graphics g);
    }
    

And

    class Rectangle extends Shape {
        void draw(Graphics g) {
            // ...
        }
    }

Finally

    class Ellipse extends Shape {
        void draw(Graphics g) {
            // ...
        }
    }

And you can switch in between them, like so:

    Shape shape = new Ellipse();
    shape.draw(/* ... */);

    shape = new Rectangle();
    shape.draw(/* ... */);

Again, just an example.

Curl command without using cache

The -H 'Cache-Control: no-cache' argument is not guaranteed to work because the remote server or any proxy layers in between can ignore it. If it doesn't work, you can do it the old-fashioned way, by adding a unique querystring parameter. Usually, the servers/proxies will think it's a unique URL and not use the cache.

curl "http://www.example.com?foo123"

You have to use a different querystring value every time, though. Otherwise, the server/proxies will match the cache again. To automatically generate a different querystring parameter every time, you can use date +%s, which will return the seconds since epoch.

curl "http://www.example.com?$(date +%s)"

How to split a string to 2 strings in C

#include <string.h>

char *token;
char line[] = "SEVERAL WORDS";
char *search = " ";


// Token will point to "SEVERAL".
token = strtok(line, search);


// Token will point to "WORDS".
token = strtok(NULL, search);

Update

Note that on some operating systems, strtok man page mentions:

This interface is obsoleted by strsep(3).

An example with strsep is shown below:

char* token;
char* string;
char* tofree;

string = strdup("abc,def,ghi");

if (string != NULL) {

  tofree = string;

  while ((token = strsep(&string, ",")) != NULL)
  {
    printf("%s\n", token);
  }

  free(tofree);
}

Opening a remote machine's Windows C drive

If you need a drive letter (some applications don't like UNC style paths that start with a machine-name) you can "map a drive" to a UNC path. Right-click on "My Computer" and select Map Network Drive... or use this command line:

NET USE z: \server\c$\folder1\folder2

NET USE y: \server\d$

Note that you can map drive-to-drive or drill down and map to sub-folder.

Android intent for playing video?

from the debug info, it seems that the VideoIntent from the MainActivity cannot send the path of the video to VideoActivity. It gives a NullPointerException error from the uriString. I think some of that code from VideoActivity:

Intent myIntent = getIntent();
String uri = myIntent.getStringExtra("uri");
Bundle b = myIntent.getExtras();

startVideo(b.getString(uri));

Cannot receive the uri from here:

public void playsquirrelmp4(View v) {
    Intent VideoIntent = (new Intent(this, VideoActivity.class));
    VideoIntent.putExtra("android.resource://" + getPackageName()
        + "/"+   R.raw.squirrel, uri);
    startActivity(VideoIntent);
}

How do I create a Linked List Data Structure in Java?

Its much better to use java.util.LinkedList, because it's probably much more optimized, than the one that you will write.

swift UITableView set rowHeight

Make sure Your TableView Delegate are working as well. if not then in your story board or in .xib press and hold Control + right click on tableView drag and Drop to your Current ViewController. swift 2.0

func tableView(tableView: UITableView, heightForRowAtIndexPath indexPath: NSIndexPath) -> CGFloat {
    return 60.0;
}

Serializing with Jackson (JSON) - getting "No serializer found"?

Please use this at class level for the bean:

@JsonIgnoreProperties(value={"hibernateLazyInitializer","handler","fieldHandler"})

Cloning specific branch

Please try like this : git clone --single-branch --branch <branchname> <url>

replace <branchname> with your branch and <url> with your url.

url will be like http://[email protected]:portno/yourrepo.git.

Angular2 Routing with Hashtag to page anchor

I had the same issue. The solution : using View port Scroller https://angular.io/api/common/ViewportScroller#scrolltoanchor

-- app-routing.module.ts code :

import { PageComponent } from './page/page.component';

const routes: Routes = [
   path: 'page', component: PageComponent },
   path: 'page/:id', component: PageComponent }
];

-- Component HTML

  <a (click) = "scrollTo('typeExec')">
    <mat-icon>lens</mat-icon>
  </a>

-- Component's code :

    import { Component } from '@angular/core';
    import { ViewportScroller } from '@angular/common';


    export class ParametrageComponent {

      constructor(private viewScroller: ViewportScroller) {}

      scrollTo(tag : string)
      {
        this.viewScroller.scrollToAnchor(tag);
      }

    }

How to kill a running SELECT statement

Oh! just read comments in question, dear I missed it. but just letting the answer be here in case it can be useful to some other person

I tried "Ctrl+C" and "Ctrl+ Break" none worked. I was using SQL Plus that came with Oracle Client 10.2.0.1.0. SQL Plus is used by most as client for connecting with Oracle DB. I used the Cancel, option under File menu and it stopped the execution!

File Menu, Oracle SQL*Plus

Once you click File wait for few mins then the select command halts and menu appears click on Cancel.

Java synchronized block vs. Collections.synchronizedMap

That looks correct to me. If I were to change anything, I would stop using the Collections.synchronizedMap() and synchronize everything the same way, just to make it clearer.

Also, I'd replace

  if (synchronizedMap.containsKey(key)) {
    synchronizedMap.get(key).add(value);
  }
  else {
    List<String> valuesList = new ArrayList<String>();
    valuesList.add(value);
    synchronizedMap.put(key, valuesList);
  }

with

List<String> valuesList = synchronziedMap.get(key);
if (valuesList == null)
{
  valuesList = new ArrayList<String>();
  synchronziedMap.put(key, valuesList);
}
valuesList.add(value);

how to end ng serve or firebase serve

If you cannot see the "ng serve" command running, then you can do the following on Mac OSX (This should work on any Linux and Uni software as well).

ps -ef | grep "ng serve"

From this, find out the PID of the process and then kill it with the following command.

kill -9 <PID>

Executing multiple commands from a Windows cmd script

If you are running in Windows you can use the following command.

Drive:

cd "Script location"
schtasks /run /tn "TASK1"
schtasks /run /tn "TASK2"
schtasks /run /tn "TASK3"
exit

Google Chrome form autofill and its yellow background

A little bit hacky but works perfectly for me

input:-webkit-autofill {
    -webkit-box-shadow: 0 0 0px 1000px white inset;
}

C# send a simple SSH command

For .Net core i had many problems using SSH.net and also its deprecated. I tried a few other libraries, even for other programming languages. But i found a very good alternative. https://stackoverflow.com/a/64443701/8529170

How to install latest version of openssl Mac OS X El Capitan

To replace the old version with the new one, you need to change the link for it. Type that command to terminal.

brew link --force openssl

Check the version of openssl again. It should be changed.

Factory Pattern. When to use factory methods?

Any class deferring the object creation to its sub class for the object it needs to work with can be seen as an example of Factory pattern.

I have mentioned in detail in an another answer at https://stackoverflow.com/a/49110001/504133

Excel- compare two cell from different sheet, if true copy value from other cell

In your destination field you want to use VLOOKUP like so:

=VLOOKUP(Sheet1!A1:A100,Sheet2!A1:F100,6,FALSE)

VLOOKUP Arguments:

  1. The set fields you want to lookup.
  2. The table range you want to lookup up your value against. The first column of your defined table should be the column you want compared against your lookup field. The table range should also contain the value you want to display (Column F).
  3. This defines what field you want to display upon a match.
  4. FALSE tells VLOOKUP to do an exact match.

Configuration System Failed to Initialize

Try to save the .config file as utf-8 if you have some "special" characters in there. That was the issue in my case of a console application.

When is it appropriate to use C# partial classes?

If you have a sufficiently large class that doesn't lend itself to effective refactoring, separating it into multiple files helps keep things organized.

For instance, if you have a database for a site containing a discussion forum and a products system, and you don't want to create two different providers classes (NOT the same thing as a proxy class, just to be clear), you can create a single partial class in different files, like

MyProvider.cs - core logic

MyProvider.Forum.cs - methods pertaining specifically to the forum

MyProvider.Product.cs - methods for products

It's just another way to keep things organized.

Also, as others have said, it's about the only way to add methods to a generated class without running the risk of having your additions destroyed the next time the class is regenerated. This comes in handy with template-generated (T4) code, ORMs, etc.

How to call a method in another class of the same package?

Create an instance of Class B:

B b=new B();
b.method();

or define an static method in Class B:

class B
{
 static void staticMethod();
}

and call it like this:

B.staticMethod();

Why is json_encode adding backslashes?

This happens because the JSON format uses ""(Quotes) and anything in between these quotes is useful information (either key or the data).

Suppose your data was : He said "This is how it is done". Then the actual data should look like "He said \"This is how it is done\".".

This ensures that the \" is treated as "(Quotation mark) and not as JSON formatting. This is called escape character.

This usually happens when one tries to encode an already JSON encoded data, which is a common way I have seen this happen.

Try this

$arr = ['This is a sample','This is also a "sample"']; echo json_encode($arr);

OUTPUT:

["This is a sample","This is also a \"sample\""]

CSS blur on background image but not on content

backdrop-filter

Unfortunately Mozilla has really dropped the ball and taken it's time with the feature. I'm personally hoping it makes it in to the next Firefox ESR as that is what the next major version of Waterfox will use.

MDN (Mozilla Developer Network) article: https://developer.mozilla.org/en-US/docs/Web/CSS/backdrop-filter

Mozilla implementation: https://bugzilla.mozilla.org/show_bug.cgi?id=1178765

From the MDN documentation page:

/* URL to SVG filter */
backdrop-filter: url(commonfilters.svg#filter);

/* <filter-function> values */
backdrop-filter: blur(2px);
backdrop-filter: brightness(60%);
backdrop-filter: contrast(40%);
backdrop-filter: drop-shadow(4px 4px 10px blue);
backdrop-filter: grayscale(30%);
backdrop-filter: hue-rotate(120deg);
backdrop-filter: invert(70%);
backdrop-filter: opacity(20%);
backdrop-filter: sepia(90%);
backdrop-filter: saturate(80%);

/* Multiple filters */
backdrop-filter: url(filters.svg#filter) blur(4px) saturate(150%);

HTTP 401 - what's an appropriate WWW-Authenticate header value?

When indicating HTTP Basic Authentication we return something like:

WWW-Authenticate: Basic realm="myRealm"

Whereas Basic is the scheme and the remainder is very much dependent on that scheme. In this case realm just provides the browser a literal that can be displayed to the user when prompting for the user id and password.

You're obviously not using Basic however since there is no point having session expiry when Basic Auth is used. I assume you're using some form of Forms based authentication.

From recollection, Windows Challenge Response uses a different scheme and different arguments.

The trick is that it's up to the browser to determine what schemes it supports and how it responds to them.

My gut feel if you are using forms based authentication is to stay with the 200 + relogin page but add a custom header that the browser will ignore but your AJAX can identify.

For a really good User + AJAX experience, get the script to hang on to the AJAX request that found the session expired, fire off a relogin request via a popup, and on success, resubmit the original AJAX request and carry on as normal.

Avoid the cheat that just gets the script to hit the site every 5 mins to keep the session alive cause that just defeats the point of session expiry.

The other alternative is burn the AJAX request but that's a poor user experience.

Converting milliseconds to a date (jQuery/JavaScript)

Try using this code:

var milisegundos = parseInt(data.replace("/Date(", "").replace(")/", ""));
var newDate = new Date(milisegundos).toLocaleDateString("en-UE");

Enjoy it!

Correct Semantic tag for copyright info - html5

The <footer> tag seems like a good candidate:

<footer>&copy; 2011 Some copyright message</footer>

Write applications in C or C++ for Android?

Normally, you have to:

  1. Install Google Android NDK. It contains libs, headers, makfile examples and gcc toolchain
  2. Build an executable from your C code for ARM, optimize and link it with provided libs if required
  3. Connect to a phone using provided adb interface and test your executable

If you are looking to sell an app:

  1. Build a library from your C code
  2. Create simple Java code which will use this library
  3. Embed this library into application package file
  4. Test your app
  5. Sell it or distribute it for free

How can I check if an InputStream is empty without reading from it?

How about using inputStreamReader.ready() to find out?

import java.io.InputStreamReader;

/// ...

InputStreamReader reader = new InputStreamReader(inputStream);
if (reader.ready()) {
    // do something
}

// ...

What is difference between CrudRepository and JpaRepository interfaces in Spring Data JPA?

JpaRepository extends PagingAndSortingRepository which in turn extends CrudRepository.

Their main functions are:

Because of the inheritance mentioned above, JpaRepository will have all the functions of CrudRepository and PagingAndSortingRepository. So if you don't need the repository to have the functions provided by JpaRepository and PagingAndSortingRepository , use CrudRepository.

Xcode "Device Locked" When iPhone is unlocked

This issue is not about "Trust" or not. It's a bug in Xcode.

Just follow these steps.

When Xcode is running and your device is connected:

  1. Lock your device.
  2. Unplug your device from Mac.
  3. Unlock your device.
  4. Plug your device back to Mac.

Calculate rolling / moving average in C++

You can approximate a rolling average by applying a weighted average on your input stream.

template <unsigned N>
double approxRollingAverage (double avg, double input) {
    avg -= avg/N;
    avg += input/N;
    return avg;
}

This way, you don't need to maintain 1000 buckets. However, it is an approximation, so it's value will not match exactly with a true rolling average.

Edit: Just noticed @steveha's post. This is equivalent to the exponential moving average, with the alpha being 1/N (I was taking N to be 1000 in this case to simulate 1000 buckets).

R not finding package even after package installation

So the package will be downloaded in a temp folder C:\Users\U122337.BOSTONADVISORS\AppData\Local\Temp\Rtmp404t8Y\downloaded_packages from where it will be installed into your library folder, e.g. C:\R\library\zoo

What you have to do once install command is done: Open Packages menu -> Load package...

You will see your package on the list. You can automate this: How to load packages in R automatically?

Async await in linq select

"Just because you can doesn't mean you should."

You can probably use async/await in LINQ expressions such that it will behave exactly as you want it to, but will any other developer reading your code still understand its behavior and intent?

(In particular: Should the async operations be run in parallel or are they intentionally sequential? Did the original developer even think about it?)

This is also shown clearly by the question, which seems to have been asked by a developer trying to understand someone else's code, without knowing its intent. To make sure this does not happen again, it may be best to rewrite the LINQ expression as a loop statement, if possible.

What is the difference between Visual Studio Express 2013 for Windows and Visual Studio Express 2013 for Windows Desktop?

A comparison between the different Visual Studio Express editions can be found at Visual Studio Express (archive.org link). The difference between Windows and Windows Desktop is that with the Windows edition you can build Windows Store Apps (using .NET, WPF/XAML) while the Windows Desktop edition allows you to write classic Windows Desktop applications. It is possible to install both products on the same machine.

Visual Studio Express 2010 allows you to build Windows Desktop applications. Writing Windows Store applications is not possible with this product.

For learning I would suggest Notepad and the command line. While an IDE provides significant productivity enhancements to professionals, it can be intimidating to a beginner. If you want to use an IDE nevertheless I would recommend Visual Studio Express 2013 for Windows Desktop.


Update 2015-07-27: In addition to the Express Editions, Microsoft now offers Community Editions. These are still free for individual developers, open source contributors, and small teams. There are no Web, Windows, and Windows Desktop releases anymore either; the Community Edition can be used to develop any app type. In addition, the Community Edition does support (3rd party) Add-ins. The Community Edition offers the same functionality as the commercial Professional Edition.

What is the difference between the kernel space and the user space?

Kernel space & virtual space are concepts of virtual memory....it doesn't mean Ram(your actual memory) is divided into kernel & User space. Each process is given virtual memory which is divided into kernel & user space.

So saying "The random access memory (RAM) can be divided into two distinct regions namely - the kernel space and the user space." is wrong.

& regarding "kernel space vs user space" thing

When a process is created and its virtual memory is divided into user-space and a kernel-space , where user space region contains data, code, stack, heap of the process & kernel-space contains things such as the page table for the process, kernel data structures and kernel code etc. To run kernel space code, control must shift to kernel mode(using 0x80 software interrupt for system calls) & kernel stack is basically shared among all processes currently executing in kernel space.

Purpose of #!/usr/bin/python3 shebang

The exec system call of the Linux kernel understands shebangs (#!) natively

When you do on bash:

./something

on Linux, this calls the exec system call with the path ./something.

This line of the kernel gets called on the file passed to exec: https://github.com/torvalds/linux/blob/v4.8/fs/binfmt_script.c#L25

if ((bprm->buf[0] != '#') || (bprm->buf[1] != '!'))

It reads the very first bytes of the file, and compares them to #!.

If the comparison is true, then the rest of the line is parsed by the Linux kernel, which makes another exec call with path /usr/bin/python3 and current file as the first argument:

/usr/bin/python3 /path/to/script.py

and this works for any scripting language that uses # as a comment character.

And analogously, if you decide to use env instead, which you likely should always do to work on systems that have the python3 in a different location, notably pyenv, see also this question, the shebang:

#!/usr/bin/env python3

ends up calling analogously:

/usr/bin/env python3 /path/to/script.py

which does what you expect from env python3: searches PATH for python3 and runs /usr/bin/python3 /path/to/script.py.

And yes, you can make an infinite loop with:

printf '#!/a\n' | sudo tee /a
sudo chmod +x /a
/a

Bash recognizes the error:

-bash: /a: /a: bad interpreter: Too many levels of symbolic links

#! just happens to be human readable, but that is not required.

If the file started with different bytes, then the exec system call would use a different handler. The other most important built-in handler is for ELF executable files: https://github.com/torvalds/linux/blob/v4.8/fs/binfmt_elf.c#L1305 which checks for bytes 7f 45 4c 46 (which also happens to be human readable for .ELF). Let's confirm that by reading the 4 first bytes of /bin/ls, which is an ELF executable:

head -c 4 "$(which ls)" | hd 

output:

00000000  7f 45 4c 46                                       |.ELF|
00000004                                                                 

So when the kernel sees those bytes, it takes the ELF file, puts it into memory correctly, and starts a new process with it. See also: How does kernel get an executable binary file running under linux?

Finally, you can add your own shebang handlers with the binfmt_misc mechanism. For example, you can add a custom handler for .jar files. This mechanism even supports handlers by file extension. Another application is to transparently run executables of a different architecture with QEMU.

I don't think POSIX specifies shebangs however: https://unix.stackexchange.com/a/346214/32558 , although it does mention in on rationale sections, and in the form "if executable scripts are supported by the system something may happen". macOS and FreeBSD also seem to implement it however.

PATH search motivation

Likely, one big motivation for the existence of shebangs is the fact that in Linux, we often want to run commands from PATH just as:

basename-of-command

instead of:

/full/path/to/basename-of-command

But then, without the shebang mechanism, how would Linux know how to launch each type of file?

Hardcoding the extension in commands:

 basename-of-command.py

or implementing PATH search on every interpreter:

python3 basename-of-command

would be a possibility, but this has the major problem that everything breaks if we ever decide to refactor the command into another language.

Shebangs solve this problem beautifully.

See also: Why do people write #!/usr/bin/env python on the first line of a Python script?

Text Editor For Linux (Besides Vi)?

I just thought I would recommend Ninja IDE, open source and all.. I use it for all my Python development now days when I got a GUI to work with and looks the same when I am on my Windows and Linux machines.

Ninja IDE

How do I find an element position in std::vector?

You probably should not use your own function here. Use find() from STL.

Example:

list L;
L.push_back(3);
L.push_back(1);
L.push_back(7);

list::iterator result = find(L.begin(), L.end(), 7); assert(result == L.end() || *result == 7);

Is it possible to change a UIButtons background color?

Swift 3:

        static func imageFromColor(color: UIColor, width: CGFloat, height: CGFloat) -> UIImage {
            let rect = CGRect(x: 0, y: 0, width: width, height: height)
            UIGraphicsBeginImageContext(rect.size)
            let context = UIGraphicsGetCurrentContext()!
            context.setFillColor(color.cgColor)
            context.fill(rect)
            let img = UIGraphicsGetImageFromCurrentImageContext()!
            UIGraphicsEndImageContext()
            return img
        }

        let button = UIButton(type: .system)
        let image = imageFromColor(color: .red, width: 
        button.frame.size.width, height: button.frame.size.height)
        button.setBackgroundImage(image, for: .normal)

Increase Tomcat memory settings

try setting this

CATALINA_OPTS="-Djava.awt.headless=true -Dfile.encoding=UTF-8 
-server -Xms1536m -Xmx1536m
-XX:NewSize=256m -XX:MaxNewSize=256m -XX:PermSize=256m 
-XX:MaxPermSize=256m -XX:+DisableExplicitGC"

in {$tomcat-folder}\bin\setenv.sh (create it if necessary).

See http://www.mkyong.com/tomcat/tomcat-javalangoutofmemoryerror-permgen-space/ for more details.

What is the .idea folder?

It contains your local IntelliJ IDE configs. I recommend adding this folder to your .gitignore file:

# intellij configs
.idea/

Remove unused imports in Android Studio

Press Alt + Enter with the cursor on top of the import. The Optimize imports menu will show. Press Enter again. Your unused imports will be removed.

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Replace whitespace with a comma in a text file in Linux

tr ' ' ',' <input >output 

Substitutes each space with a comma, if you need you can make a pass with the -s flag (squeeze repeats), that replaces each input sequence of a repeated character that is listed in SET1 (the blank space) with a single occurrence of that character.

Use of squeeze repeats used to after substitute tabs:

tr -s '\t' <input | tr '\t' ',' >output 

Understanding esModuleInterop in tsconfig file

in your tsconfig you have to add: "esModuleInterop": true - it should help.

How to install PyQt4 in anaconda?

How to install PyQt4 on anaconda python 2 on Windows:

At first I have tried to isntall pyqt4 via pip install:

C:\Users\myuser\Anaconda2\Scripts\pip.exe search pyqt4 > pyqt4.txt

It shows:

PyQt4 (4.11.4) - Python bindings for the Qt cross platform GUI toolkit

But when I tried to install, it gives an error:

C:\Users\myuser\Anaconda2\Scripts\pip.exe install PyQt4
Collecting PyQt4
  Could not find a version that satisfies the requirement PyQt4 (from versions:
)
No matching distribution found for PyQt4

Seems this answer is realated to this problem: https://superuser.com/a/725869/213959

Then I have tried to install it via conda install ( How to install PyQt4 in anaconda? ) :

C:\Users\myuser\Anaconda2\Scripts\conda.exe search pyqt

It shows:

pyqt                         4.10.4                   py26_0  defaults        
                             4.10.4                   py27_0  defaults        
                             4.10.4                   py33_0  defaults        
                             4.10.4                   py34_0  defaults        
                             4.10.4                   py26_1  defaults        
                             4.10.4                   py27_1  defaults        
                             4.10.4                   py33_1  defaults        
                             4.10.4                   py34_1  defaults        
                             4.11.4                   py27_0  defaults        
                             4.11.4                   py35_0  defaults        
                             4.11.4                   py27_2  defaults        
                             4.11.4                   py34_2  defaults        
                             4.11.4                   py35_2  defaults        
                             4.11.4                   py27_3  defaults        
                             4.11.4                   py34_3  defaults        
                             4.11.4                   py35_3  defaults        
                             4.11.4                   py27_4  defaults        
                             4.11.4                   py34_4  defaults        
                             4.11.4                   py35_4  defaults        
                             4.11.4                   py27_5  defaults        
                             4.11.4                   py34_5  defaults        
                             4.11.4                   py35_5  defaults        
                             4.11.4                   py27_6  defaults        
                             4.11.4                   py34_6  defaults        
                             4.11.4                   py35_6  defaults        
                             4.11.4                   py27_7  defaults        
                             4.11.4                   py34_7  defaults        
                             4.11.4                   py35_7  defaults        
                             5.6.0                    py27_0  defaults        
                             5.6.0                    py34_0  defaults        
                             5.6.0                    py35_0  defaults        
                             5.6.0                    py27_1  defaults        
                             5.6.0                    py34_1  defaults        
                             5.6.0                    py35_1  defaults        
                             5.6.0                    py27_2  defaults        
                             5.6.0                    py34_2  defaults        
                             5.6.0                    py35_2  defaults        
                             5.6.0                    py36_2  defaults        
                             5.6.0            py27h224ed30_5  defaults        
                             5.6.0            py35hd46907b_5  defaults        
                             5.6.0            py36hb5ed885_5  defaults  

But it gives error:

C:\Users\myuser\Anaconda2\Scripts\conda.exe install pyqt=4.11.4
Fetching package metadata .............
Solving package specifications: .

UnsatisfiableError: The following specifications were found to be in conflict:
  - navigator-updater -> pyqt >=5.6 -> qt 5.6.*
  - pyqt 4.11.4* -> qt >=4.8.6,<5.0
  - pyqt 4.11.4* -> sip >=4.16.4,<4.18
Use "conda info <package>" to see the dependencies for each package.

Same with -c parameter:

C:\Users\myuser\Anaconda2\Scripts\conda.exe install -c anaconda pyqt=4.11.4
Fetching package metadata ...............
Solving package specifications: .

UnsatisfiableError: The following specifications were found to be in conflict:
  - navigator-updater -> pyqt >=5.6 -> qt 5.6.*
  - pyqt 4.11.4* -> qt >=4.8.6,<5.0
  - pyqt 4.11.4* -> sip >=4.16.4,<4.18
Use "conda info <package>" to see the dependencies for each package.

Then I tried to uninstall pyqt:

C:\Users\myuser\Anaconda2\Scripts\conda.exe uninstall pyqt

And installed it again:

C:\Users\myuser\Anaconda2\Scripts\conda.exe install -c anaconda pyqt=4.11.4

And finnaly it works!

How do you grep a file and get the next 5 lines

Here is a sed solution:

sed '/19:55/{
N
N
N
N
N
s/\n/ /g
}' file.txt

How to update single value inside specific array item in redux

You don't have to do everything in one line:

case 'SOME_ACTION':
  const newState = { ...state };
  newState.contents = 
    [
      newState.contents[0],
      {title: newState.contnets[1].title, text: action.payload}
    ];
  return newState

How to call a mysql stored procedure, with arguments, from command line?

With quotes around the date:

mysql> CALL insertEvent('2012.01.01 12:12:12');

Notification Icon with the new Firebase Cloud Messaging system

Use a server implementation to send messages to your client and use data type of messages rather than notification type of messages.

This will help you get a callback to onMessageReceived irrespective if your app is in background or foreground and you can generate your custom notification then

Target a css class inside another css class

Not certain what the HTML looks like (that would help with answers). If it's

<div class="testimonials content">stuff</div>

then simply remove the space in your css. A la...

.testimonials.content { css here }

UPDATE:

Okay, after seeing HTML see if this works...

.testimonials .wrapper .content { css here }

or just

.testimonials .wrapper { css here }

or

.desc-container .wrapper { css here }

all 3 should work.

Google server putty connect 'Disconnected: No supported authentication methods available (server sent: publickey)

Electricity went down and got this error. Solution was to double click your .ppk (Putty Private Key) and enter your password.

Web colors in an Android color xml resource file

<!-- Black Transparent -->
<color name="transparent_black_hex_1">#11000000</color>
<color name="transparent_black_hex_2">#22000000</color>
<color name="transparent_black_hex_3">#33000000</color>
<color name="transparent_black_hex_4">#44000000</color>
<color name="transparent_black_hex_5">#55000000</color>
<color name="transparent_black_hex_6">#66000000</color>
<color name="transparent_black_hex_7">#77000000</color>
<color name="transparent_black_hex_8">#88000000</color>
<color name="transparent_black_hex_9">#99000000</color>
<color name="transparent_black_hex_10">#aa000000</color>
<color name="transparent_black_hex_11">#bb000000</color>
<color name="transparent_black_hex_12">#cc000000</color>
<color name="transparent_black_hex_13">#dd000000</color>
<color name="transparent_black_hex_14">#ee000000</color>
<color name="transparent_black_hex_15">#ff000000</color>

<color name="transparent_black_percent_5">#0D000000</color>
<color name="transparent_black_percent_10">#1A000000</color>
<color name="transparent_black_percent_15">#26000000</color>
<color name="transparent_black_percent_20">#33000000</color>
<color name="transparent_black_percent_25">#40000000</color>
<color name="transparent_black_percent_30">#4D000000</color>
<color name="transparent_black_percent_35">#59000000</color>
<color name="transparent_black_percent_40">#66000000</color>
<color name="transparent_black_percent_45">#73000000</color>
<color name="transparent_black_percent_50">#80000000</color>
<color name="transparent_black_percent_55">#8C000000</color>
<color name="transparent_black_percent_60">#99000000</color>
<color name="transparent_black_percent_65">#A6000000</color>
<color name="transparent_black_percent_70">#B3000000</color>
<color name="transparent_black_percent_75">#BF000000</color>
<color name="transparent_black_percent_80">#CC000000</color>
<color name="transparent_black_percent_85">#D9000000</color>
<color name="transparent_black_percent_90">#E6000000</color>
<color name="transparent_black_percent_95">#F2000000</color>

<!-- White Transparent -->
<color name="transparent_white_hex_1">#11ffffff</color>
<color name="transparent_white_hex_2">#22ffffff</color>
<color name="transparent_white_hex_3">#33ffffff</color>
<color name="transparent_white_hex_4">#44ffffff</color>
<color name="transparent_white_hex_5">#55ffffff</color>
<color name="transparent_white_hex_6">#66ffffff</color>
<color name="transparent_white_hex_7">#77ffffff</color>
<color name="transparent_white_hex_8">#88ffffff</color>
<color name="transparent_white_hex_9">#99ffffff</color>
<color name="transparent_white_hex_10">#aaffffff</color>
<color name="transparent_white_hex_11">#bbffffff</color>
<color name="transparent_white_hex_12">#ccffffff</color>
<color name="transparent_white_hex_13">#ddffffff</color>
<color name="transparent_white_hex_14">#eeffffff</color>
<color name="transparent_white_hex_15">#ffffffff</color>

<color name="transparent_white_percent_5">#0Dffffff</color>
<color name="transparent_white_percent_10">#1Affffff</color>
<color name="transparent_white_percent_15">#26ffffff</color>
<color name="transparent_white_percent_20">#33ffffff</color>
<color name="transparent_white_percent_25">#40ffffff</color>
<color name="transparent_white_percent_30">#4Dffffff</color>
<color name="transparent_white_percent_35">#59ffffff</color>
<color name="transparent_white_percent_40">#66ffffff</color>
<color name="transparent_white_percent_45">#73ffffff</color>
<color name="transparent_white_percent_50">#80ffffff</color>
<color name="transparent_white_percent_55">#8Cffffff</color>
<color name="transparent_white_percent_60">#99ffffff</color>
<color name="transparent_white_percent_65">#A6ffffff</color>
<color name="transparent_white_percent_70">#B3ffffff</color>
<color name="transparent_white_percent_75">#BFffffff</color>
<color name="transparent_white_percent_80">#CCffffff</color>
<color name="transparent_white_percent_85">#D9ffffff</color>
<color name="transparent_white_percent_90">#E6ffffff</color>
<color name="transparent_white_percent_95">#F2ffffff</color>

Convert double/float to string

The only exact solution is to perform arbitrary-precision decimal arithmetic for the base conversion, since the exact value can be very long - for 80-bit long double, up to about 10000 decimal places. Fortunately it's "only" up to about 700 places or so for IEEE double.

Rather than working with individual decimal digits, it's helpful to instead work base-1-billion (the highest power of 10 that fits in a 32-bit integer) and then convert these "base-1-billion digits" to 9 decimal digits each at the end of your computation.

I have a very dense (rather hard to read) but efficient implementation here, under LGPL MIT license:

http://git.musl-libc.org/cgit/musl/blob/src/stdio/vfprintf.c?h=v1.1.6

If you strip out all the hex float support, infinity/nan support, %g/%f/%e variation support, rounding (which will never be needed if you only want exact answers), and other things you might not need, the remaining code is rather simple.

How do I get the size of a java.sql.ResultSet?

Give column a name..

String query = "SELECT COUNT(*) as count FROM

Reference that column from the ResultSet object into an int and do your logic from there..

PreparedStatement statement = connection.prepareStatement(query);
statement.setString(1, item.getProductId());
ResultSet resultSet = statement.executeQuery();
while (resultSet.next()) {
    int count = resultSet.getInt("count");
    if (count >= 1) {
        System.out.println("Product ID already exists.");
    } else {
        System.out.println("New Product ID.");
    }
}

Toolbar navigation icon never set

work for me...

<android.support.v7.widget.Toolbar
        android:layout_width="wrap_content"
        android:layout_height="wrap_content"
        android:id="@+id/toolBar"
        android:background="@color/colorGreen"
        app:title="Title"
        app:titleTextColor="@color/colorBlack"
        app:navigationIcon="@drawable/ic_action_back"/>

Material Design not styling alert dialogs

UPDATED ON Aug 2019 WITH The Material components for android library:

With the new Material components for Android library you can use the new com.google.android.material.dialog.MaterialAlertDialogBuilder class, which extends from the existing androidx.appcompat.AlertDialog.Builder class and provides support for the latest Material Design specifications.

Just use something like this:

new MaterialAlertDialogBuilder(context)
            .setTitle("Dialog")
            .setMessage("Lorem ipsum dolor ....")
            .setPositiveButton("Ok", /* listener = */ null)
            .setNegativeButton("Cancel", /* listener = */ null)
            .show();

You can customize the colors extending the ThemeOverlay.MaterialComponents.MaterialAlertDialog style:

  <style name="CustomMaterialDialog" parent="@style/ThemeOverlay.MaterialComponents.MaterialAlertDialog">
     <!-- Background Color-->
     <item name="android:background">#006db3</item>
     <!-- Text Color for title and message -->
     <item name="colorOnSurface">@color/secondaryColor</item>
     <!-- Text Color for buttons -->
     <item name="colorPrimary">@color/white</item> 
     ....
  </style>  

To apply your custom style just use the constructor:

new MaterialAlertDialogBuilder(context, R.style.CustomMaterialDialog)

enter image description here

To customize the buttons, the title and the body text check this post for more details.

You can also change globally the style in your app theme:

 <!-- Base application theme. -->
 <style name="AppTheme" parent="Theme.MaterialComponents.Light">
    ...
    <item name="materialAlertDialogTheme">@style/CustomMaterialDialog</item>
 </style>

WITH SUPPORT LIBRARY and APPCOMPAT THEME:

With the new AppCompat v22.1 you can use the new android.support.v7.app.AlertDialog.

Just use a code like this:

import android.support.v7.app.AlertDialog

AlertDialog.Builder builder =
       new AlertDialog.Builder(this, R.style.AppCompatAlertDialogStyle);
builder.setTitle("Dialog");
builder.setMessage("Lorem ipsum dolor ....");
builder.setPositiveButton("OK", null);
builder.setNegativeButton("Cancel", null);
builder.show();

And use a style like this:

<style name="AppCompatAlertDialogStyle" parent="Theme.AppCompat.Light.Dialog.Alert">
        <item name="colorAccent">#FFCC00</item>
        <item name="android:textColorPrimary">#FFFFFF</item>
        <item name="android:background">#5fa3d0</item>
    </style>

Otherwise you can define in your current theme:

<style name="AppTheme" parent="Theme.AppCompat.Light">
    <!-- your style -->
    <item name="alertDialogTheme">@style/AppCompatAlertDialogStyle</item>
</style>

and then in your code:

 import android.support.v7.app.AlertDialog

    AlertDialog.Builder builder =
           new AlertDialog.Builder(this);

Here the AlertDialog on Kitkat: enter image description here

How to detect online/offline event cross-browser?

Currently in 2011, the various browser vendors cannot agree on how to define offline. Some browsers have a Work Offline feature, which they consider separate to a lack of network access, which again is different to internet access. The whole thing is a mess. Some browser vendors update the navigator.onLine flag when actual network access is lost, others don't.

From the spec:

Returns false if the user agent is definitely offline (disconnected from the network). Returns true if the user agent might be online.

The events online and offline are fired when the value of this attribute changes.

The navigator.onLine attribute must return false if the user agent will not contact the network when the user follows links or when a script requests a remote page (or knows that such an attempt would fail), and must return true otherwise.

Finally, the spec notes:

This attribute is inherently unreliable. A computer can be connected to a network without having Internet access.

Select2() is not a function

For me, select2.min.js file worked instead of select2.full.min.js. I have manually define files which I have copied from dist folder that I got from github page. Also make sure that you have one jQuery(document).ready(...) definition and jquery file imported before select2 file.

ASP.Net which user account running Web Service on IIS 7?

Look at the Identity of the Application Pool that's running your application. By default it will be the Network Service account, but you can change this.

At least that's how it works on 2003 server, don't know if some details have changed for 2008 server.

Remove Rows From Data Frame where a Row matches a String

Just use the == with the negation symbol (!). If dtfm is the name of your data.frame:

dtfm[!dtfm$C == "Foo", ]

Or, to move the negation in the comparison:

dtfm[dtfm$C != "Foo", ]

Or, even shorter using subset():

subset(dtfm, C!="Foo")

Write string to text file and ensure it always overwrites the existing content.

Use the File.WriteAllText method. It creates the file if it doesn't exist and overwrites it if it exists.

Pytorch tensor to numpy array

You can use this syntax if some grads are attached with your variables.

y=torch.Tensor.cpu(x).detach().numpy()[:,:,:,-1]

Split varchar into separate columns in Oracle

With REGEXP_SUBSTR is as simple as:

SELECT REGEXP_SUBSTR(t.column_one, '[^ ]+', 1, 1) col_one,
       REGEXP_SUBSTR(t.column_one, '[^ ]+', 1, 2) col_two
FROM YOUR_TABLE t;

Automatically create requirements.txt

Not a complete solution, but may help to compile a shortlist on Linux.

grep --include='*.py' -rhPo '^\s*(from|import)\s+\w+' . | sed -r 's/\s*(import|from)\s+//' | sort -u > requirements.txt

Measuring code execution time

You can use this Stopwatch wrapper:

public class Benchmark : IDisposable 
{
    private readonly Stopwatch timer = new Stopwatch();
    private readonly string benchmarkName;

    public Benchmark(string benchmarkName)
    {
        this.benchmarkName = benchmarkName;
        timer.Start();
    }

    public void Dispose() 
    {
        timer.Stop();
        Console.WriteLine($"{benchmarkName} {timer.Elapsed}");
    }
}

Usage:

using (var bench = new Benchmark($"Insert {n} records:"))
{
    ... your code here
}

Output:

Insert 10 records: 00:00:00.0617594

For advanced scenarios, you can use BenchmarkDotNet or Benchmark.It or NBench

jQuery - find child with a specific class

Based on your comment, moddify this:

$( '.bgHeaderH2' ).html (); // will return whatever is inside the DIV

to:

$( '.bgHeaderH2', $( this ) ).html (); // will return whatever is inside the DIV

More about selectors: https://api.jquery.com/category/selectors/

How to get year and month from a date - PHP

$dateValue = '2012-01-05';
$year = date('Y',strtotime($dateValue));
$month = date('F',strtotime($dateValue));

Python Script execute commands in Terminal

I prefer usage of subprocess module:

from subprocess import call
call(["ls", "-l"])

Reason is that if you want to pass some variable in the script this gives very easy way for example take the following part of the code

abc = a.c
call(["vim", abc])

How to Debug Variables in Smarty like in PHP var_dump()

This should work:

{$var|@print_r}

or

{$var|@var_dump}

The @ is needed for arrays to make smarty run the modifier against the whole thing, otherwise it does it for each element.

PHP Redirect with POST data

I'm aware the question is php oriented, but the best way to redirect a POST request is probably using .htaccess, ie:

RewriteEngine on
RewriteCond %{REQUEST_URI} string_to_match_in_url
RewriteCond %{REQUEST_METHOD} POST
RewriteRule ^(.*)$ https://domain.tld/$1 [L,R=307]

Explanation:

By default, if you want to redirect request with POST data, browser redirects it via GET with 302 redirect. This also drops all the POST data associated with the request. Browser does this as a precaution to prevent any unintentional re-submitting of POST transaction.

But what if you want to redirect anyway POST request with it’s data? In HTTP 1.1, there is a status code for this. Status code 307 indicates that the request should be repeated with the same HTTP method and data. So your POST request will be repeated along with it’s data if you use this status code.

SRC

@JsonProperty annotation on field as well as getter/setter

In addition to existing good answers, note that Jackson 1.9 improved handling by adding "property unification", meaning that ALL annotations from difference parts of a logical property are combined, using (hopefully) intuitive precedence.

In Jackson 1.8 and prior, only field and getter annotations were used when determining what and how to serialize (writing JSON); and only and setter annotations for deserialization (reading JSON). This sometimes required addition of "extra" annotations, like annotating both getter and setter.

With Jackson 1.9 and above these extra annotations are NOT needed. It is still possible to add those; and if different names are used, one can create "split" properties (serializing using one name, deserializing using other): this is occasionally useful for sort of renaming.

Set the maximum character length of a UITextField in Swift

Working In Swift4

// STEP 1 set UITextFieldDelegate

    class SignUPViewController: UIViewController , UITextFieldDelegate {

       @IBOutlet weak var userMobileNoTextFiled: UITextField!

        override func viewDidLoad() {
            super.viewDidLoad()

// STEP 2 set delegate
userMobileNoTextFiled.delegate = self //set delegate }

     func textField(_ textField: UITextField, shouldChangeCharactersIn range: NSRange, replacementString string: String) -> Bool {
    //        guard let text = userMobileNoTextFiled.text else { return true }
    //        let newLength = text.count + string.count - range.length
    //        return newLength <= 10
    //    }

// STEP 3 call func

        func textField(_ textField: UITextField, shouldChangeCharactersIn range: NSRange, replacementString string: String) -> Bool {
            let maxLength = 10          // set your need
            let currentString: NSString = textField.text! as NSString
            let newString: NSString =
                currentString.replacingCharacters(in: range, with: string) as NSString
            return newString.length <= maxLength
        }
    }

MVC4 Passing model from view to controller

I hope this complete example will help you.

This is the TaxiInfo class which holds information about a taxi ride:

namespace Taxi.Models
{
    public class TaxiInfo
    {
        public String Driver { get; set; }
        public Double Fare { get; set; }
        public Double Distance { get; set; }
        public String StartLocation { get; set; }
        public String EndLocation { get; set; }
    }
}

We also have a convenience model which holds a List of TaxiInfo(s):

namespace Taxi.Models
{
    public class TaxiInfoSet
    {
        public List<TaxiInfo> TaxiInfoList { get; set; }

        public TaxiInfoSet(params TaxiInfo[] TaxiInfos)
        {
            TaxiInfoList = new List<TaxiInfo>();

            foreach(var TaxiInfo in TaxiInfos)
            {
                TaxiInfoList.Add(TaxiInfo);
            }
        }
    }
}

Now in the home controller we have the default Index action which for this example makes two taxi drivers and adds them to the list contained in a TaxiInfo:

public ActionResult Index()
{
    var taxi1 = new TaxiInfo() { Fare = 20.2, Distance = 15, Driver = "Billy", StartLocation = "Perth", EndLocation = "Brisbane" };
    var taxi2 = new TaxiInfo() { Fare = 2339.2, Distance = 1500, Driver = "Smith", StartLocation = "Perth", EndLocation = "America" };

    return View(new TaxiInfoSet(taxi1,taxi2));
}

The code for the view is as follows:

@model Taxi.Models.TaxiInfoSet
@{
    ViewBag.Title = "Index";
}

<h2>Index</h2>

@foreach(var TaxiInfo in Model.TaxiInfoList){
    <form>
        <h1>Cost: [email protected]</h1>
        <h2>Distance: @(TaxiInfo.Distance) km</h2>
        <p>
            Our diver, @TaxiInfo.Driver will take you from @TaxiInfo.StartLocation to @TaxiInfo.EndLocation
        </p>
        @Html.ActionLink("Home","Booking",TaxiInfo)
    </form>
}

The ActionLink is responsible for the re-directing to the booking action of the Home controller (and passing in the appropriate TaxiInfo object) which is defiend as follows:

    public ActionResult Booking(TaxiInfo Taxi)
    {
        return View(Taxi);
    }

This returns a the following view:

@model Taxi.Models.TaxiInfo

@{
    ViewBag.Title = "Booking";
}

<h2>Booking For</h2>
<h1>@Model.Driver, going from @Model.StartLocation to @Model.EndLocation (a total of @Model.Distance km) for [email protected]</h1>

A visual tour:

The Index view

The Booking view

Why does ENOENT mean "No such file or directory"?

It's an abbreviation of Error NO ENTry (or Error NO ENTity), and can actually be used for more than files/directories.

It's abbreviated because C compilers at the dawn of time didn't support more than 8 characters in symbols.

How can we programmatically detect which iOS version is device running on?

[[[UIDevice currentDevice] systemVersion] floatValue]

Extract specific columns from delimited file using Awk

Tabulator is a set of unix command line tools to work with csv files that have header lines. Here is an example to extract columns by name from a file test.csv:

name,sex,house_nr,height,shoe_size
arthur,m,42,181,11.5
berta,f,101,163,8.5
chris,m,1333,175,10
don,m,77,185,12.5
elisa,f,204,166,7

Then tblmap -k name,height test.csv produces

name,height
arthur,181
berta,163
chris,175
don,185
elisa,166

Extending an Object in Javascript

If you haven't yet figured out a way, use the associative property of JavaScript objects to add an extend function to the Object.prototype as shown below.

Object.prototype.extend = function(obj) {
   for (var i in obj) {
      if (obj.hasOwnProperty(i)) {
         this[i] = obj[i];
      }
   }
};

You can then use this function as shown below.

var o = { member: "some member" };
var x = { extension: "some extension" };

o.extend(x);

How to set default value for HTML select?

You should define the attributes of option like selected="selected"

<select>
   <option selected="selected">a</option>
   <option>b</option>
   <option>c</option>
</select>

What does "wrong number of arguments (1 for 0)" mean in Ruby?

I assume you called a function with an argument which was defined without taking any.

def f()
  puts "hello world"
end

f(1)   # <= wrong number of arguments (1 for 0)

How to find out the MySQL root password

Answers provided here did not seem to work for me, the trick turned out to be: ALTER USER 'root'@'localhost' IDENTIFIED WITH mysql_native_password BY 'test';

(complete answer here: https://www.percona.com/blog/2016/03/16/change-user-password-in-mysql-5-7-with-plugin-auth_socket/)

Map to String in Java

You can also use google-collections (guava) Joiner class if you want to customize the print format

ToList()-- does it create a new list?

Yes, it creates a new list. This is by design.

The list will contain the same results as the original enumerable sequence, but materialized into a persistent (in-memory) collection. This allows you to consume the results multiple times without incurring the cost of recomputing the sequence.

The beauty of LINQ sequences is that they are composable. Often, the IEnumerable<T> you get is the result of combining multiple filtering, ordering, and/or projection operations. Extension methods like ToList() and ToArray() allow you to convert the computed sequence into a standard collection.

Model summary in pytorch

This will show a model's weights and parameters (but not output shape).

from torch.nn.modules.module import _addindent
import torch
import numpy as np
def torch_summarize(model, show_weights=True, show_parameters=True):
    """Summarizes torch model by showing trainable parameters and weights."""
    tmpstr = model.__class__.__name__ + ' (\n'
    for key, module in model._modules.items():
        # if it contains layers let call it recursively to get params and weights
        if type(module) in [
            torch.nn.modules.container.Container,
            torch.nn.modules.container.Sequential
        ]:
            modstr = torch_summarize(module)
        else:
            modstr = module.__repr__()
        modstr = _addindent(modstr, 2)

        params = sum([np.prod(p.size()) for p in module.parameters()])
        weights = tuple([tuple(p.size()) for p in module.parameters()])

        tmpstr += '  (' + key + '): ' + modstr 
        if show_weights:
            tmpstr += ', weights={}'.format(weights)
        if show_parameters:
            tmpstr +=  ', parameters={}'.format(params)
        tmpstr += '\n'   

    tmpstr = tmpstr + ')'
    return tmpstr

# Test
import torchvision.models as models
model = models.alexnet()
print(torch_summarize(model))

# # Output
# AlexNet (
#   (features): Sequential (
#     (0): Conv2d(3, 64, kernel_size=(11, 11), stride=(4, 4), padding=(2, 2)), weights=((64, 3, 11, 11), (64,)), parameters=23296
#     (1): ReLU (inplace), weights=(), parameters=0
#     (2): MaxPool2d (size=(3, 3), stride=(2, 2), dilation=(1, 1)), weights=(), parameters=0
#     (3): Conv2d(64, 192, kernel_size=(5, 5), stride=(1, 1), padding=(2, 2)), weights=((192, 64, 5, 5), (192,)), parameters=307392
#     (4): ReLU (inplace), weights=(), parameters=0
#     (5): MaxPool2d (size=(3, 3), stride=(2, 2), dilation=(1, 1)), weights=(), parameters=0
#     (6): Conv2d(192, 384, kernel_size=(3, 3), stride=(1, 1), padding=(1, 1)), weights=((384, 192, 3, 3), (384,)), parameters=663936
#     (7): ReLU (inplace), weights=(), parameters=0
#     (8): Conv2d(384, 256, kernel_size=(3, 3), stride=(1, 1), padding=(1, 1)), weights=((256, 384, 3, 3), (256,)), parameters=884992
#     (9): ReLU (inplace), weights=(), parameters=0
#     (10): Conv2d(256, 256, kernel_size=(3, 3), stride=(1, 1), padding=(1, 1)), weights=((256, 256, 3, 3), (256,)), parameters=590080
#     (11): ReLU (inplace), weights=(), parameters=0
#     (12): MaxPool2d (size=(3, 3), stride=(2, 2), dilation=(1, 1)), weights=(), parameters=0
#   ), weights=((64, 3, 11, 11), (64,), (192, 64, 5, 5), (192,), (384, 192, 3, 3), (384,), (256, 384, 3, 3), (256,), (256, 256, 3, 3), (256,)), parameters=2469696
#   (classifier): Sequential (
#     (0): Dropout (p = 0.5), weights=(), parameters=0
#     (1): Linear (9216 -> 4096), weights=((4096, 9216), (4096,)), parameters=37752832
#     (2): ReLU (inplace), weights=(), parameters=0
#     (3): Dropout (p = 0.5), weights=(), parameters=0
#     (4): Linear (4096 -> 4096), weights=((4096, 4096), (4096,)), parameters=16781312
#     (5): ReLU (inplace), weights=(), parameters=0
#     (6): Linear (4096 -> 1000), weights=((1000, 4096), (1000,)), parameters=4097000
#   ), weights=((4096, 9216), (4096,), (4096, 4096), (4096,), (1000, 4096), (1000,)), parameters=58631144
# )

Edit: isaykatsman has a pytorch PR to add a model.summary() that is exactly like keras https://github.com/pytorch/pytorch/pull/3043/files

How does a PreparedStatement avoid or prevent SQL injection?

PreparedStatement:

1) Precompilation and DB-side caching of the SQL statement leads to overall faster execution and the ability to reuse the same SQL statement in batches.

2) Automatic prevention of SQL injection attacks by builtin escaping of quotes and other special characters. Note that this requires that you use any of the PreparedStatement setXxx() methods to set the value.

How to restore to a different database in sql server?

  • I have the same error as this topic when I restore a new database using an old database. (using .bak gives the same error)

  • I Changed the name of old database by name of new database (same this picture). It worked.

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How can one change the timestamp of an old commit in Git?

Use git filter-branch with an env filter that sets GIT_AUTHOR_DATE and GIT_COMMITTER_DATE for the specific hash of the commit you're looking to fix.

This will invalidate that and all future hashes.

Example:

If you wanted to change the dates of commit 119f9ecf58069b265ab22f1f97d2b648faf932e0, you could do so with something like this:

git filter-branch --env-filter \
    'if [ $GIT_COMMIT = 119f9ecf58069b265ab22f1f97d2b648faf932e0 ]
     then
         export GIT_AUTHOR_DATE="Fri Jan 2 21:38:53 2009 -0800"
         export GIT_COMMITTER_DATE="Sat May 19 01:01:01 2007 -0700"
     fi'

Selecting distinct values from a JSON

As you can see here, when you have more values there is a better approach.

http://jsfiddle.net/MsYGJ/

temp = {}
// Store each of the elements in an object keyed of of the name field.  If there is a collision (the name already exists) then it is just replaced with the most recent one.
for (var i = 0; i < varjson.DATA.length; i++) {
    temp[varjson.DATA[i].name] = varjson.DATA[i];
}
// Reset the array in varjson
varjson.DATA = [];
// Push each of the values back into the array.
for (var o in temp) {
    varjson.DATA.push(temp[o]);
}

Here we are creating an object with the name as the key. The value is simply the original object from the array. Doing this, each replacement is O(1) and there is no need to check if it already exists. You then pull each of the values out and repopulate the array.

NOTE
For smaller arrays, your approach is slightly faster.

NOTE 2
This will not preserve the original order.

git clone error: RPC failed; curl 56 OpenSSL SSL_read: SSL_ERROR_SYSCALL, errno 10054

just Disable the Firewall and start again. it worked for me

How to enable relation view in phpmyadmin

first select the table you you would like to make the relation with >> then go to operation , for each table there is difference operation setting, >> inside operation "storage engine" choose innoDB option

innoDB will allow you to view the "relation view" which will help you make the foreign key

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Change text color with Javascript?

You set the style per element and not by its content:

function init() { 
  document.getElementById("about").style.color = 'blue';
}

With innerHTML you get/set the content of an element. So if you would want to modify your title, innerHTML would be the way to go.

In your case, however, you just want to modify a property of the element (change the color of the text inside it), so you address the style property of the element itself.

Java - how do I write a file to a specified directory

The best practice is using File.separator in the paths.

BAT file to open CMD in current directory

you probably want to do this:

cd /d %~dp0
cmd.exe

this will set your current directory to the directory you have the batch file in

How to get POST data in WebAPI?

I had a problem with sending a request with multiple parameters.

I've solved it by sending a class, with the old parameters as properties.

<form action="http://localhost:12345/api/controller/method" method="post">
    <input type="hidden" name="name1" value="value1" />
    <input type="hidden" name="name2" value="value2" />
    <input type="submit" name="submit" value="Submit" />
</form>

Model class:

public class Model {
    public string Name1 { get; set; }
    public string Name2 { get; set; }
}

Controller:

public void method(Model m) {
    string name = m.Name1;
}

Why do I get "Cannot redirect after HTTP headers have been sent" when I call Response.Redirect()?

A Redirect can only happen if the first line in an HTTP message is "HTTP/1.x 3xx Redirect Reason".

If you already called Response.Write() or set some headers, it'll be too late for a redirect. You can try calling Response.Headers.Clear() before the Redirect to see if that helps.