Programs & Examples On #Nested datalist

C# JSON Serialization of Dictionary into {key:value, ...} instead of {key:key, value:value, ...}

I'm using out of the box MVC4 with this code (note the two parameters inside ToDictionary)

 var result = new JsonResult()
 {
     Data = new
     {
         partials = GetPartials(data.Partials).ToDictionary(x => x.Key, y=> y.Value)
     }
 };

I get what's expected:

{"partials":{"cartSummary":"\u003cb\u003eCART SUMMARY\u003c/b\u003e"}}

Important: WebAPI in MVC4 uses JSON.NET serialization out of the box, but the standard web JsonResult action result doesn't. Therefore I recommend using a custom ActionResult to force JSON.NET serialization. You can also get nice formatting

Here's a simple actionresult JsonNetResult

http://james.newtonking.com/archive/2008/10/16/asp-net-mvc-and-json-net.aspx

You'll see the difference (and can make sure you're using the right one) when serializing a date:

Microsoft way:

 {"wireTime":"\/Date(1355627201572)\/"}

JSON.NET way:

 {"wireTime":"2012-12-15T19:07:03.5247384-08:00"}

unexpected T_ENCAPSED_AND_WHITESPACE, expecting T_STRING or T_VARIABLE or T_NUM_STRING error

Use { before $ sign. And also add addslashes function to escape special characters.

$sqlupdate1 = "UPDATE table SET commodity_quantity=".$qty."WHERE user=".addslashes($rows['user'])."'";

How to disable mouse scroll wheel scaling with Google Maps API

I do it with this simple examps

jQuery

$('.map').click(function(){
    $(this).find('iframe').addClass('clicked')
    }).mouseleave(function(){
    $(this).find('iframe').removeClass('clicked')
});

CSS

.map {
    width: 100%; 
}
.map iframe {
    width: 100%;
    display: block;
    pointer-events: none;
    position: relative; /* IE needs a position other than static */
}
.map iframe.clicked {
    pointer-events: auto;
}

Or use the gmap options

function init() { 
    var mapOptions = {  
        scrollwheel: false, 

Android: how to handle button click

My sample, Tested in Android studio 2.1

Define button in xml layout

<Button
    android:id="@+id/btn1"
    android:layout_width="wrap_content"
    android:layout_height="wrap_content" />

Java pulsation detect

Button clickButton = (Button) findViewById(R.id.btn1);
if (clickButton != null) {
    clickButton.setOnClickListener( new View.OnClickListener() {

        @Override
        public void onClick(View v) {
            /***Do what you want with the click here***/
        }
    });
}

Is there a way to select sibling nodes?

From 2017:
straightforward answer: element.nextElementSibling for get the right element sibling. also you have element.previousElementSibling for previous one

from here is pretty simple to got all next sibiling

var n = element, ret = [];
while (n = n.nextElementSibling){
  ret.push(n)
}
return ret;

HTML5 Audio Looping

To add some more advice combining the suggestions of @kingjeffrey and @CMS: You can use loop where it is available and fall back on kingjeffrey's event handler when it isn't. There's a good reason why you want to use loop and not write your own event handler: As discussed in the Mozilla bug report, while loop currently doesn't loop seamlessly (without a gap) in any browser I know of, it's certainly possible and likely to become standard in the future. Your own event handler will never be seamless in any browser (since it has to pump around through the JavaScript event loop). Therefore, it's best to use loop where possible instead of writing your own event. As CMS pointed out in a comment on Anurag's answer, you can detect support for loop by querying the loop variable -- if it is supported it will be a boolean (false), otherwise it will be undefined, as it currently is in Firefox.

Putting these together:

myAudio = new Audio('someSound.ogg'); 
if (typeof myAudio.loop == 'boolean')
{
    myAudio.loop = true;
}
else
{
    myAudio.addEventListener('ended', function() {
        this.currentTime = 0;
        this.play();
    }, false);
}
myAudio.play();

Validate phone number using angular js

Check this answer

Basically you can create a regex to fulfil your needs and then assign that pattern to your input field.

Or for a more direct approach:

<input type="number" require ng-pattern="<your regex here>">

More info @ angular docs here and here (built-in validators)

CodeIgniter Select Query

Here is the example of the code:

public function getItemName()
{
    $this->db->select('Id,Name');
    $this->db->from('item');
    $this->db->where(array('Active' => 1));
    return $this->db->get()->result();
}

Setting an HTML text input box's "default" value. Revert the value when clicking ESC

See the defaultValue property of a text input, it's also used when you reset the form by clicking an <input type="reset"/> button (http://www.w3schools.com/jsref/prop_text_defaultvalue.asp )

btw, defaultValue and placeholder text are different concepts, you need to see which one better fits your needs

LaTeX package for syntax highlighting of code in various languages

I recommend Pygments. It accepts a piece of code in any language and outputs syntax highlighted LaTeX code. It uses fancyvrb and color packages to produce its output. I personally prefer it to the listing package. I think fancyvrb creates much prettier results.

How to get cookie's expire time

It seems there's a list of all cookies sent to browser in array returned by php's headers_list() which among other data returns "Set-Cookie" elements as follows:

Set-Cookie: cooke_name=cookie_value; expires=expiration_time; Max-Age=age; path=path; domain=domain

This way you can also get deleted ones since their value is deleted:

Set-Cookie: cooke_name=deleted; expires=expiration_time; Max-Age=age; path=path; domain=domain

From there on it's easy to retrieve expiration time or age for particular cookie. Keep in mind though that this array is probably available only AFTER actual call to setcookie() has been made so it's valid for script that has already finished it's job. I haven't tested this in some other way(s) since this worked just fine for me.

This is rather old topic and I'm not sure if this is valid for all php builds but I thought it might be helpfull.

For more info see:

https://www.php.net/manual/en/function.headers-list.php
https://www.php.net/manual/en/function.headers-sent.php

Generic type conversion FROM string

TypeDescriptor.GetConverter(PropertyObject).ConvertFrom(Value)

TypeDescriptor is class having method GetConvertor which accept a Type object and then you can call ConvertFrom method to convert the value for that specified object.

Loop through files in a folder in matlab

At first, you must specify your path, the path that your *.csv files are in there

path = 'f:\project\dataset'

You can change it based on your system.

then,

use dir function :

files = dir (strcat(path,'\*.csv'))

L = length (files);

for i=1:L
   image{i}=csvread(strcat(path,'\',file(i).name));   
   % process the image in here
end

pwd also can be used.

"A lambda expression with a statement body cannot be converted to an expression tree"

Use this overload of select:

Obj[] myArray = objects.Select(new Func<Obj,Obj>( o =>
{
    var someLocalVar = o.someVar;

    return new Obj() 
    { 
       Var1 = someLocalVar,
       Var2 = o.var2 
    };
})).ToArray();

How to read the post request parameters using JavaScript

POST data is data that is handled server side. And Javascript is on client side. So there is no way you can read a post data using JavaScript.

Query error with ambiguous column name in SQL

You have a column InvoiceID in the Invoices table and also in the InvoiceLineItems table. There is no way for the query execution engine to know which one you want returned.

Adding a table alias will help:

SELECT V.VendorName, I.InvoiceID, IL.InvoiceSequence, IL.InvoiceLineItemAmount
FROM Vendors V
JOIN Invoices I ON (...)
JOIN InvoiceLineItems IL ON (...)
WHERE ...
ORDER BY V.VendorName, I.InvoiceID, IL.InvoiceSequence, IL.InvoiceLineItemAmount

New lines inside paragraph in README.md

You can use a backslash at the end of a line.
So this:

a\
b\
c

will then look like:

a
b
c

Notice that there is no backslash at the end of the last line (after the 'c' character).

Get Return Value from Stored procedure in asp.net

2 things.

  • The query has to complete on sql server before the return value is sent.

  • The results have to be captured and then finish executing before the return value gets to the object.

In English, finish the work and then retrieve the value.

this will not work:

                cmm.ExecuteReader();
                int i = (int) cmm.Parameters["@RETURN_VALUE"].Value;

This will work:

                        SqlDataReader reader = cmm.ExecuteReader();
                        reader.Close();

                        foreach (SqlParameter prm in cmd.Parameters)
                        {
                           Debug.WriteLine("");
                           Debug.WriteLine("Name " + prm.ParameterName);
                           Debug.WriteLine("Type " + prm.SqlDbType.ToString());
                           Debug.WriteLine("Size " + prm.Size.ToString());
                           Debug.WriteLine("Direction " + prm.Direction.ToString());
                           Debug.WriteLine("Value " + prm.Value);

                        }

if you are not sure check the value of the parameter before during and after the results have been processed by the reader.

SQL - Rounding off to 2 decimal places

try this : SELECT CAST(ROUND([Amount 1]/60,2) AS DECIMAL(10,2)) as TOTAL

Eclipse : Failed to connect to remote VM. Connection refused.

  • The port number in the Eclipse configuration and the port number of your application might not be the same.
  • You might not have been started your application with the right parameters.

    Those are the simple problems when I have faced "Connection refused" error.

Sorting a List<int>

Sort a list of integers descending

class Program
    {       
        private class SortIntDescending : IComparer<int>
        {
            int IComparer<int>.Compare(int a, int b) //implement Compare
            {              
                if (a > b)
                    return -1; //normally greater than = 1
                if (a < b)
                    return 1; // normally smaller than = -1
                else
                    return 0; // equal
            }
        }

        static List<int> intlist = new List<int>(); // make a list

        static void Main(string[] args)
        {
            intlist.Add(5); //fill the list with 5 ints
            intlist.Add(3);
            intlist.Add(5);
            intlist.Add(15);
            intlist.Add(7);

            Console.WriteLine("Unsorted list :");
            Printlist(intlist);

            Console.WriteLine();
            // intlist.Sort(); uses the default Comparer, which is ascending
            intlist.Sort(new SortIntDescending()); //sort descending

            Console.WriteLine("Sorted descending list :");
            Printlist(intlist);

            Console.ReadKey(); //wait for keydown
        }

        static void Printlist(List<int> L)
        {
            foreach (int i in L) //print on the console
            {
                Console.WriteLine(i);
            }
        }
    }

How can I get a value from a map?

How can I get the value from the map, which is passed as a reference to a function?

Well, you can pass it as a reference. The standard reference wrapper that is.

typedef std::map<std::string, std::string> MAP;
// create your map reference type
using map_ref_t = std::reference_wrapper<MAP>;

// use it 
void function(map_ref_t map_r)
{
    // get to the map from inside the
    // std::reference_wrapper
    // see the alternatives behind that link
    MAP & the_map = map_r;
    // take the value from the map
    // by reference
    auto & value_r = the_map["key"];
    // change it, "in place"
    value_r = "new!";
}

And the test.

    void test_ref_to_map() {

    MAP valueMap;
    valueMap["key"] = "value";
    // pass it by reference
    function(valueMap);
    // check that the value has changed
    assert( "new!" == valueMap["key"] );
}

I think this is nice and simple. Enjoy ...

How to get all privileges back to the root user in MySQL?

If you facing grant permission access denied problem, you can try mysql to fix the problem:

grant all privileges on . to root@'localhost' identified by 'Your password';

grant all privileges on . to root@'IP ADDRESS' identified by 'Your password?';

your can try this on any mysql user, its working.

Use below command to login mysql with iP address.

mysql -h 10.0.0.23 -u root -p

How to install python modules without root access?

I use JuJu which basically allows to have a really tiny linux distribution (containing just the package manager) inside your $HOME/.juju directory.

It allows to have your custom system inside the home directory accessible via proot and, therefore, you can install any packages without root privileges. It will run properly to all the major linux distributions, the only limitation is that JuJu can run on linux kernel with minimum reccomended version 2.6.32.

For instance, after installed JuJu to install pip just type the following:

$>juju -f
(juju)$> pacman -S python-pip
(juju)> pip

SVN: Is there a way to mark a file as "do not commit"?

A solution that does not ignore changes in directory properties

I tried to use the solution based on changelist, but I have a couple of issues with it. First my repository has thousand of files, so the changelist to be committed is huge, and my svn status output became way too long and needed to be parsed to be useful. Most important is that I wanted to commit changes that came from a merge, which means they include property changes. When committing a changelist, the svn properties attached to the directory are not committed, so I had to do an extra commit:

svn ci --cl work -m "this commits files from the work changelist only"
svn up
svn ci --depth empty DIR . -m "record merge properties"

You may have to do that for several directories (here I record the properties of DIR and of the current dir .), basically those with a M in the second column when issuing the svn status command.

Solution

I used patches and svn patch. In pseudo-code:

svn diff $IGNORE_FILES > MYPATCH   # get the mods to ignore
svn patch --reverse-diff MYPATCH   # remove the mods
svn ci -m "message"                # check-in files and directory properties
svn patch MYPATCH                  # re-apply the mods

Like other posters, I end up using a script to maintain the list of files to ignore:

#! /usr/bin/env bash

finish() {
    svn patch MYPATCH               # re-apply the mods
}
trap finish EXIT

IGNORE_FILES="\
sources/platform/ecmwf-cca-intel-mpi.xml \
runtime/classic/platform/ecmwf-cca.job.tmpl \
runtime/classic/platform/ecmwf-cca-intel.xml"

svn diff $IGNORE_FILES > MYPATCH # get the mods to ignore
svn patch --reverse-diff MYPATCH # remove the mods

svn "$@"

I typically used it with ci and revert -R ..

How can I execute PHP code from the command line?

You can use:

 echo '<?php if(function_exists("my_func")) echo "function exists"; ' | php

The short tag "< ?=" can be helpful too:

 echo '<?= function_exists("foo") ? "yes" : "no";' | php
 echo '<?= 8+7+9 ;' | php

The closing tag "?>" is optional, but don't forget the final ";"!

Put current changes in a new Git branch

You can simply check out a new branch, and then commit:

git checkout -b my_new_branch
git commit

Checking out the new branch will not discard your changes.

Carry Flag, Auxiliary Flag and Overflow Flag in Assembly

Carry Flag is a flag set when:

a) two unsigned numbers were added and the result is larger than "capacity" of register where it is saved. Ex: we wanna add two 8 bit numbers and save result in 8 bit register. In your example: 255 + 9 = 264 which is more that 8 bit register can store. So the value "8" will be saved there (264 & 255 = 8) and CF flag will be set.

b) two unsigned numbers were subtracted and we subtracted the bigger one from the smaller one. Ex: 1-2 will give you 255 in result and CF flag will be set.

Auxiliary Flag is used as CF but when working with BCD. So AF will be set when we have overflow or underflow on in BCD calculations. For example: considering 8 bit ALU unit, Auxiliary flag is set when there is carry from 3rd bit to 4th bit i.e. carry from lower nibble to higher nibble. (Wiki link)

Overflow Flag is used as CF but when we work on signed numbers. Ex we wanna add two 8 bit signed numbers: 127 + 2. the result is 129 but it is too much for 8bit signed number, so OF will be set. Similar when the result is too small like -128 - 1 = -129 which is out of scope for 8 bit signed numbers.

You can read more about flags on wikipedia

Why can't I make a vector of references?

Ion Todirel already mentioned an answer YES using std::reference_wrapper. Since C++11 we have a mechanism to retrieve object from std::vector and remove the reference by using std::remove_reference. Below is given an example compiled using g++ and clang with option
-std=c++11 and executed successfully.

#include <iostream>
#include <vector>
#include<functional>

class MyClass {
public:
    void func() {
        std::cout << "I am func \n";
    }

    MyClass(int y) : x(y) {}

    int getval()
    {
        return x;
    }

private: 
        int x;
};

int main() {
    std::vector<std::reference_wrapper<MyClass>> vec;

    MyClass obj1(2);
    MyClass obj2(3);

    MyClass& obj_ref1 = std::ref(obj1);
    MyClass& obj_ref2 = obj2;

    vec.push_back(obj_ref1);
    vec.push_back(obj_ref2);

    for (auto obj3 : vec)
    {
        std::remove_reference<MyClass&>::type(obj3).func();      
        std::cout << std::remove_reference<MyClass&>::type(obj3).getval() << "\n";
    }             
}

Insert NULL value into INT column

Does the column allow null?

Seems to work. Just tested with phpMyAdmin, the column is of type int that allows nulls:

INSERT INTO `database`.`table` (`column`) VALUES (NULL);

Android and setting alpha for (image) view alpha

The alpha can be set along with the color using the following hex format #ARGB or #AARRGGBB. See http://developer.android.com/guide/topics/resources/color-list-resource.html

How can one print a size_t variable portably using the printf family?

For those talking about doing this in C++ which doesn't necessarily support the C99 extensions, then I heartily recommend boost::format. This makes the size_t type size question moot:

std::cout << boost::format("Sizeof(Var) is %d\n") % sizeof(Var);

Since you don't need size specifiers in boost::format, you can just worry about how you want to display the value.

Create Log File in Powershell

Put this at the top of your file:

$Logfile = "D:\Apps\Logs\$(gc env:computername).log"

Function LogWrite
{
   Param ([string]$logstring)

   Add-content $Logfile -value $logstring
}

Then replace your Write-host calls with LogWrite.

How to find text in a column and saving the row number where it is first found - Excel VBA

Alternatively you could use a loop, keep the row number (counter should be the row number) and stop the loop when you find the first "ProjTemp".
Then it should look something like this:

Sub find()
    Dim i As Integer
    Dim firstTime As Integer
    Dim bNotFound As Boolean

    i = 1
    bNotFound = True

      Do While bNotFound
        If Cells(i, 2).Value = "ProjTemp" Then
            firstTime = i
            bNotFound = false
        End If
        i = i + 1
    Loop
End Sub

Reverse engineering from an APK file to a project

First of all I recommend this video may this is clears all yours doubts

If not please go through it

Procedure for decoding .apk files, step-by-step method:

Step 1:

Make a new folder and put .apk file in it (which you want to decode). Now rename the extension of this .apk file to .zip (eg.: rename from filename.apk to filename.zip) and save it.

If problems in the converting into .zip please refers link

After getting .zip now you get classes.dex files, etc. At this stage you are able to see drawable but not xml and java files, so continue. If you don’t see the extensions go through check the configuration

Step 2:

Now extract this zip apk file in the same folder. Now download dex2jar from this link

and extract it to the same folder. Now open command prompt and change directory to that folder.

Then write dex2jar classes.dex and press enter. Now you get classes.dex.dex2jar file in the same folder.

Then download java decompiler

And now double click on jd-gui and click on open file. Then open classes.dex.dex2jar file from that folder. Now you get class files and save all these class files (click on file then click "save all sources" in jd-gui) by src name. Extract that zip file (classes_dex2jar.src.zip) and you will get all java files of the application.

At this stage you get java source but the xml files are still unreadable, so continue.

Step 3:

Now open another new folder and put these files

  1. put .apk file which you want to decode

  2. download Apktool for windows v1.x And Apktool

install window using google and put in the same folder

  1. download framework-res.apk file using google and put in the same folder (Not all apk file need framework-res.apk file)

  2. Open a command window

  3. Navigate to the root directory of APKtool and type the following command: apktool if framework-res.apk.

Above command should result in Framework installed ....

  1. apktool d "appName".apk ("appName" denotes application which you want to decode) now you get a file folder in that folder and now you can easily read xml files also.

Step 4: Finally we got the res/ as well as java code of project which is our target at starting.

P.S. If you are not able to get res folder by above steps please do install new apktool

  • Is Java 1.7 installed? Install Apktool 2.x
  • Is Java 1.6 or higher installed? Install Apktool 1.x

Enjoy and happy coding

How to add ASP.NET 4.0 as Application Pool on IIS 7, Windows 7

In the top level of the IIS Manager (above Sites), you should see the Application Pools tree node. Right click on "Application Pools", choose "Add Application Pool".

Give it a name, choose .NET Framework 4.0 and either Integrated or Classic mode.

When you add or edit a web site, your new application pools will now show up in the list.

ASP.NET strange compilation error

If you did deploy this application into your server, it's possible that the *.config files in folder \bin\roslyn were deleted.

Then review if exist the files like:

  • csc.exe.config
  • csi.exe.config
  • vbc.exe.config
  • VBCSCompiler.exe.config

These files can be variate depending on your project references.

Maximum number of records in a MySQL database table

According to Scalability and Limits section in http://dev.mysql.com/doc/refman/5.6/en/features.html, MySQL support for large databases. They use MySQL Server with databases that contain 50 million records. Some users use MySQL Server with 200,000 tables and about 5,000,000,000 rows.

Instantiate and Present a viewController in Swift

// "Main" is name of .storybord file "
let mainStoryboard: UIStoryboard = UIStoryboard(name: "Main", bundle: nil)
// "MiniGameView" is the ID given to the ViewController in the interfacebuilder
// MiniGameViewController is the CLASS name of the ViewController.swift file acosiated to the ViewController
var setViewController = mainStoryboard.instantiateViewControllerWithIdentifier("MiniGameView") as MiniGameViewController
var rootViewController = self.window!.rootViewController
rootViewController?.presentViewController(setViewController, animated: false, completion: nil)

This worked fine for me when i put it in AppDelegate

how to pass list as parameter in function

I need this for Unity in C# so I thought that it might be useful for some one. This is an example of passing a list of AudioSources to whatever function you want:

private void ChooseClip(GameObject audioSourceGameObject , List<AudioClip> sources) {
    audioSourceGameObject.GetComponent<AudioSource> ().clip = sources [0];
}

What's the difference between dependencies, devDependencies and peerDependencies in npm package.json file?

I'd like to add to the answer my view on these dependencies explanations

  • dependencies are used for direct usage in your codebase, things that usually end up in the production code, or chunks of code
  • devDependencies are used for the build process, tools that help you manage how the end code will end up, third party test modules, (ex. webpack stuff)

How to add spacing between UITableViewCell

I was in the same boat. At first I tried switching to sections, but in my case it ended up being more of a headache than I originally thought, so I've been looking for an alternative. To keep using rows (and not mess with how you access your model data), here's what worked for me just by using a mask:

func tableView(_ tableView: UITableView, willDisplay cell: UITableViewCell, forRowAt indexPath: IndexPath)
{
    let verticalPadding: CGFloat = 8

    let maskLayer = CALayer()
    maskLayer.cornerRadius = 10    //if you want round edges
    maskLayer.backgroundColor = UIColor.black.cgColor
    maskLayer.frame = CGRect(x: cell.bounds.origin.x, y: cell.bounds.origin.y, width: cell.bounds.width, height: cell.bounds.height).insetBy(dx: 0, dy: verticalPadding/2)
    cell.layer.mask = maskLayer
}

All you have left to do is make the cell's height bigger by the same value as your desired verticalPadding, and then modify your inner layout so that any views that had spacing to the edges of the cell have that same spacing increased by verticalPadding/2. Minor downside: you get verticalPadding/2 padding on both the top and bottom of the tableView, but you can quickly fix this by setting tableView.contentInset.bottom = -verticalPadding/2 and tableView.contentInset.top = -verticalPadding/2. Hope this helps somebody!

possible EventEmitter memory leak detected

You said you are using process.on('uncaughtException', callback);
Where are you executing this statement? Is it within the callback passed to http.createServer?
If yes, different copy of the same callback will get attached to the uncaughtException event upon each new request, because the function (req, res) { ... } gets executed everytime a new request comes in and so will the statement process.on('uncaughtException', callback);
Note that the process object is global to all your requests and adding listeners to its event everytime a new request comes in will not make any sense. You might not want such kind of behaviour.
In case you want to attach a new listener for each new request, you should remove all previous listeners attached to the event as they no longer would be required using:
process.removeAllListeners('uncaughtException');

Ignore mapping one property with Automapper

You can do this:

conf.CreateMap<SourceType, DestinationType>()
   .ForSourceMember(x => x.SourceProperty, y => y.Ignore());

Or, in latest version of Automapper, you simply want to tell Automapper to not validate the field

conf.CreateMap<SourceType, DestinationType>()
   .ForSourceMember(x => x.SourceProperty, y => y.DoNotValidate());

Bulk Insert into Oracle database: Which is better: FOR Cursor loop or a simple Select?

I would recommend the Select option because cursors take longer.
Also using the Select is much easier to understand for anyone who has to modify your query

How can I show a hidden div when a select option is selected?

<select id="test" name="form_select" onchange="showDiv()">
   <option value="0">No</option>
   <option value ="1">Yes</option>
</select>
<div id="hidden_div" style="display: none;">Hello hidden content</div>
<script>
    function showDiv(){
        getSelectValue = document.getElementById("test").value;
        if(getSelectValue == "1"){
            document.getElementById("hidden_div").style.display="block";
        }else{
            document.getElementById("hidden_div").style.display="none";
        }
    }
</script>

eclipse stuck when building workspace

I tried lots of these suggestions, but the only thing that finally worked for me was creating a new workspace, and freshly checking out all my projects into that folder. Then it worked fine ;-)

How do you render primitives as wireframes in OpenGL?

A good and simple way of drawing anti-aliased lines on a non anti-aliased render target is to draw rectangles of 4 pixel width with an 1x4 texture, with alpha channel values of {0.,1.,1.,0.}, and use linear filtering with mip-mapping off. This will make the lines 2 pixels thick, but you can change the texture for different thicknesses. This is faster and easier than barymetric calculations.

Twitter Bootstrap - add top space between rows

Bootstrap3

CSS (gutter only, without margins around):

.row.row-gutter {
  margin-bottom: -15px;
  overflow: hidden;
}
.row.row-gutter > *[class^="col"] {
  margin-bottom: 15px;
}

CSS (equal margins around, 15px/2):

.row.row-margins {
  padding-top: 7px; /* or margin-top: 7px; */
  padding-bottom: 7px; /* or margin-bottom: 7px; */
}
.row.row-margins > *[class^="col"] {
  margin-top: 8px;
  margin-bottom: 8px;
}

Usage:

<div class="row row-gutter">
    <div class="col col-sm-9">first</div>
    <div class="col col-sm-3">second</div>
    <div class="col col-sm-12">third</div>
</div>

(with SASS or LESS 15px could be a variable from bootstrap)

how to open a url in python

On window

import os
os.system("start \"\" https://example.com")

On macOS

import os
os.system("open \"\" https://example.com")

On Linux

import os
os.system("xdg-open \"\" https://example.com")

Cross-Platform

import webbrowser

webbrowser.open('https://example.com')

How to get character for a given ascii value

Do you mean "A" (a string) or 'A' (a char)?

int unicode = 65;
char character = (char) unicode;
string text = character.ToString();

Note that I've referred to Unicode rather than ASCII as that's C#'s native character encoding; essentially each char is a UTF-16 code point.

Where is android studio building my .apk file?

In my case to get my debug build - I have to turn off Instant Run option :

File ? Settings ? Build, Execution, Deployment ? Instant Run and uncheck Enable Instant Run.

Then after run project - I found my build into Application\app\build\outputs\appDebug\apk directory

Learning Ruby on Rails

I came from a Java background to Ruby to. I found this tutorial helpful http://www.ruby-lang.org/en/documentation/ruby-from-other-languages/to-ruby-from-java/. When it comes to learning rails I cannot say how much I use script\console. It allows you to play with the code and learn how to do things that you are not sure about.

The only book I ever bought was Agile Web Development with Rails, Third Edition http://www.pragprog.com/titles/rails3/agile-web-development-with-rails-third-edition. It was quite useful and provided a good overview of the Rails framework. In addition to that I regular watch Railscasts(http://railscasts.com), which is a great screen casting blog that covers all kinds of Rails topics.

I personally prefer using Linux (because git works better). But, I have also used windows and besides git I do not think the OS choice will impact your programming.

I use netbeans for my IDE and occasionally vim (with the rails plugin). I like netbeans but, I find that it can still be a little flaky when it comes to the Rails support (not all the features work all the time).

127 Return code from $?

127 - command not found

example: $caat The error message will

bash:

caat: command not found

now you check using echo $?

Sending email from Command-line via outlook without having to click send

You can use cURL and CRON to run .php files at set times.

Here's an example of what cURL needs to run the .php file:

curl http://localhost/myscript.php

Then setup the CRON job to run the above cURL:

nano -w /var/spool/cron/root
or
crontab -e

Followed by:

01 * * * * /usr/bin/curl http://www.yoursite.com/script.php

For more info about, check out this post: https://www.scalescale.com/tips/nginx/execute-php-scripts-automatically-using-cron-curl/

For more info about cURL: What is cURL in PHP?

For more info about CRON: http://code.tutsplus.com/tutorials/scheduling-tasks-with-cron-jobs--net-8800

Also, if you would like to learn about setting up a CRON job on your hosted server, just inquire with your host provider, and they may have a GUI for setting it up in the c-panel (such as http://godaddy.com, or http://1and1.com/ )

NOTE: Technically I believe you can setup a CRON job to run the .php file directly, but I'm not certain.

Best of luck with the automatic PHP running :-)

write newline into a file

if(!file3.exists()){
    file3.createNewFile();
}
FileOutputStream fop=new FileOutputStream(file3,true);
if(nodeValue!=null) fop.write(nodeValue.getBytes());

fop.write("\n".getBytes());

fop.flush();
fop.close();

You need to add a newline at the end of each write.

Free Rest API to retrieve current datetime as string (timezone irrelevant)

If you're using Rails, you can just make an empty file in the public folder and use ajax to get that. Then parse the headers for the Date header. Files in the Public folder bypass the Rails stack, and so have lower latency.

Overlay a background-image with an rgba background-color

I've gotten the following to work:

html {
  background:
      linear-gradient(rgba(0,184,255,0.45),rgba(0,184,255,0.45)),
      url('bgimage.jpg') no-repeat center center fixed;
  -webkit-background-size: cover;
  -moz-background-size: cover;
  -o-background-size: cover;
  background-size: cover;
}

The above will produce a nice opaque blue overlay.

powershell - extract file name and extension

As of PowerShell 6.0, Split-Path has an -Extenstion parameter. This means you can do:

$path | Split-Path -Extension

or

Split-Path -Path $path -Extension

For $path = "test.txt" both versions will return .txt, inluding the full stop.

Correct way to import lodash

If you are using webpack 4, the following code is tree shakable.

import { has } from 'lodash-es';

The points to note;

  1. CommonJS modules are not tree shakable so you should definitely use lodash-es, which is the Lodash library exported as ES Modules, rather than lodash (CommonJS).

  2. lodash-es's package.json contains "sideEffects": false, which notifies webpack 4 that all the files inside the package are side effect free (see https://webpack.js.org/guides/tree-shaking/#mark-the-file-as-side-effect-free).

  3. This information is crucial for tree shaking since module bundlers do not tree shake files which possibly contain side effects even if their exported members are not used in anywhere.

Edit

As of version 1.9.0, Parcel also supports "sideEffects": false, threrefore import { has } from 'lodash-es'; is also tree shakable with Parcel. It also supports tree shaking CommonJS modules, though it is likely tree shaking of ES Modules is more efficient than CommonJS according to my experiment.

How to add a Hint in spinner in XML

It is very simple if position is '0' then call onNothingSelected method in OnItemSelectedListener. It worked fine for me.

      spinner.setOnItemSelectedListener(new AdapterView.OnItemSelectedListener() {
        @Override
        public void onItemSelected(AdapterView<?> parent, View view, int position, long id) {

            **if (position == 0)
            {
                onNothingSelected(parent);
            }**
            else {

                String mechanicType = mechanicTpes[position];
                Toast.makeText(FirstUser.this, "Mechanic Tpye : "+mechanicType, Toast.LENGTH_SHORT).show();
            }




        }

        @Override
        public void onNothingSelected(AdapterView<?> parent) {
            Toast.makeText(FirstUser.this, "NOTHING SELECTED IN SPINNER", Toast.LENGTH_SHORT).show();


        }
    });

Simultaneously merge multiple data.frames in a list

I had a list of dataframes with no common id column.
I had missing data on many dfs. There were Null values. The dataframes were produced using table function. The Reduce, Merging, rbind, rbind.fill, and their like could not help me to my aim. My aim was to produce an understandable merged dataframe, irrelevant of the missing data and common id column.

Therefore, I made the following function. Maybe this function can help someone.

##########################################################
####             Dependencies                        #####
##########################################################

# Depends on Base R only

##########################################################
####             Example DF                          #####
##########################################################

# Example df
ex_df           <- cbind(c( seq(1, 10, 1), rep("NA", 0), seq(1,10, 1) ), 
                         c( seq(1, 7, 1),  rep("NA", 3), seq(1, 12, 1) ), 
                         c( seq(1, 3, 1),  rep("NA", 7), seq(1, 5, 1), rep("NA", 5) ))

# Making colnames and rownames
colnames(ex_df) <- 1:dim(ex_df)[2]
rownames(ex_df) <- 1:dim(ex_df)[1]

# Making an unequal list of dfs, 
# without a common id column
list_of_df      <- apply(ex_df=="NA", 2, ( table) )

it is following the function

##########################################################
####             The function                        #####
##########################################################


# The function to rbind it
rbind_null_df_lists <- function ( list_of_dfs ) {
  length_df     <- do.call(rbind, (lapply( list_of_dfs, function(x) length(x))))
  max_no        <- max(length_df[,1])
  max_df        <- length_df[max(length_df),]
  name_df       <- names(length_df[length_df== max_no,][1])
  names_list    <- names(list_of_dfs[ name_df][[1]])

  df_dfs <- list()
  for (i in 1:max_no ) {

    df_dfs[[i]]            <- do.call(rbind, lapply(1:length(list_of_dfs), function(x) list_of_dfs[[x]][i]))

  }

  df_cbind               <- do.call( cbind, df_dfs )
  rownames( df_cbind )   <- rownames (length_df)
  colnames( df_cbind )   <- names_list

  df_cbind

}

Running the example

##########################################################
####             Running the example                 #####
##########################################################

rbind_null_df_lists ( list_of_df )

Add a row number to result set of a SQL query

The typical pattern would be as follows, but you need to actually define how the ordering should be applied (since a table is, by definition, an unordered bag of rows):

SELECT t.A, t.B, t.C, number = ROW_NUMBER() OVER (ORDER BY t.A)
  FROM dbo.tableZ AS t
  ORDER BY t.A;

Not sure what the variables in your question are supposed to represent (they don't match).

How do I apply CSS3 transition to all properties except background-position?

Hope not to be late. It is accomplished using only one line!

-webkit-transition: all 0.2s ease-in-out, width 0, height 0, top 0, left 0;
-moz-transition: all 0.2s ease-in-out, width 0, height 0, top 0, left 0;
-o-transition: all 0.2s ease-in-out, width 0, height 0, top 0, left 0;
transition: all 0.2s ease-in-out, width 0, height 0, top 0, left 0; 

That works on Chrome. You have to separate the CSS properties with a comma.

Here is a working example: http://jsfiddle.net/H2jet/

Node.js: How to send headers with form data using request module?

Just remember set method to POST in options. Here is my code

var options = {
    url: 'http://www.example.com',
    method: 'POST', // Don't forget this line
    headers: {
        'Content-Type': 'application/x-www-form-urlencoded',
        'X-MicrosoftAjax': 'Delta=true', // blah, blah, blah...
        'User-Agent': 'Mozilla/5.0 (Windows NT 10.0; Win64; x64) AppleWebKit/537.36 (KHTML, like Gecko) Chrome/78.0.3904.97 Safari/537.36',
    },
    form: {
        'key-1':'value-1',
        'key-2':'value-2',
        ...
    }
};

//console.log('options:', options);

// Create request to get data
request(options, (err, response, body) => {
    if (err) {
        //console.log(err);
    } else {
        console.log('body:', body);
    }
});

android button selector

You just need to set selector of button in your layout file.

<Button
     android:id="@+id/button1"
     android:background="@drawable/selector_xml_name"
     android:layout_width="200dp"
     android:layout_height="126dp"
     android:text="Hello" />

and done.

Edit

Following is button_effect.xml file in drawable directory

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

    <item android:drawable="@drawable/numpad_button_bg_selected" android:state_selected="true"></item>
    <item android:drawable="@drawable/numpad_button_bg_pressed" android:state_pressed="true"></item>
    <item android:drawable="@drawable/numpad_button_bg_normal"></item>

</selector>

In this, you can see that there are 3 drawables, you just need to place this button_effect style to your button, as i wrote above. You just need to replace selector_xml_name with button_effect.

Format date to MM/dd/yyyy in JavaScript

All other answers don't quite solve the issue. They print the date formatted as mm/dd/yyyy but the question was regarding MM/dd/yyyy. Notice the subtle difference? MM indicates that a leading zero must pad the month if the month is a single digit, thus having it always be a double digit number.

i.e. whereas mm/dd would be 3/31, MM/dd would be 03/31.

I've created a simple function to achieve this. Notice that the same padding is applied not only to the month but also to the day of the month, which in fact makes this MM/DD/yyyy:

_x000D_
_x000D_
function getFormattedDate(date) {_x000D_
  var year = date.getFullYear();_x000D_
_x000D_
  var month = (1 + date.getMonth()).toString();_x000D_
  month = month.length > 1 ? month : '0' + month;_x000D_
_x000D_
  var day = date.getDate().toString();_x000D_
  day = day.length > 1 ? day : '0' + day;_x000D_
  _x000D_
  return month + '/' + day + '/' + year;_x000D_
}
_x000D_
_x000D_
_x000D_


Update for ES2017 using String.padStart(), supported by all major browsers except IE.

_x000D_
_x000D_
function getFormattedDate(date) {_x000D_
    let year = date.getFullYear();_x000D_
    let month = (1 + date.getMonth()).toString().padStart(2, '0');_x000D_
    let day = date.getDate().toString().padStart(2, '0');_x000D_
  _x000D_
    return month + '/' + day + '/' + year;_x000D_
}
_x000D_
_x000D_
_x000D_

Python argparse: default value or specified value

Actually, you only need to use the default argument to add_argument as in this test.py script:

import argparse

if __name__ == '__main__':

    parser = argparse.ArgumentParser()
    parser.add_argument('--example', default=1)
    args = parser.parse_args()
    print(args.example)

test.py --example
% 1
test.py --example 2
% 2

Details are here.

How to monitor Java memory usage?

If you use the JMX provided history of GC runs you can use the same before/after numbers, you just dont have to force a GC.

You just need to keep in mind that those GC runs (typically one for old and one for new generation) are not on regular intervalls, so you need to extract the starttime as well for plotting (or you plot against a sequence number, for most practical purposes that would be enough for plotting).

For example on Oracle HotSpot VM with ParNewGC, there is a JMX MBean called java.lang:type=GarbageCollector,name=PS Scavenge, it has a attribute LastGCInfo, it returns a CompositeData of the last YG scavenger run. It is recorded with duration, absolute startTime and memoryUsageBefore and memoryUsageAfter.

Just use a timer to read that attribute. Whenever a new startTime shows up you know that it describes a new GC event, you extract the memory information and keep polling for the next update. (Not sure if a AttributeChangeNotification somehow can be used.)

Tip: in your timer you might measure the distance to the last GC run, and if that is too long for the resulution of your plotting, you could invoke System.gc() conditionally. But I would not do that in a OLTP instance.

How do you uninstall a python package that was installed using distutils?

On Mac OSX, manually delete these 2 directories under your pathToPython/site-packages/ will work:

  • {packageName}
  • {packageName}-{version}-info

for example, to remove pyasn1, which is a distutils installed project:

  • rm -rf lib/python2.7/site-packages/pyasn1
  • rm -rf lib/python2.7/site-packages/pyasn1-0.1.9-py2.7.egg-info

To find out where is your site-packages:

python -m site

How do I set a cookie on HttpClient's HttpRequestMessage

After spending hours on this issue, none of the answers above helped me so I found a really useful tool.

Firstly, I used Telerik's Fiddler 4 to study my Web Requests in details

Secondly, I came across this useful plugin for Fiddler:

https://github.com/sunilpottumuttu/FiddlerGenerateHttpClientCode

It will just generate the C# code for you. An example was:

        var uriBuilder = new UriBuilder("test.php", "test");
        var httpClient = new HttpClient();


        var httpRequestMessage = new HttpRequestMessage(HttpMethod.Post, uriBuilder.ToString());



        httpRequestMessage.Headers.Add("Host", "test.com");
        httpRequestMessage.Headers.Add("Connection", "keep-alive");
     //   httpRequestMessage.Headers.Add("Content-Length", "138");
        httpRequestMessage.Headers.Add("Pragma", "no-cache");
        httpRequestMessage.Headers.Add("Cache-Control", "no-cache");
        httpRequestMessage.Headers.Add("Origin", "test.com");
        httpRequestMessage.Headers.Add("Upgrade-Insecure-Requests", "1");
    //    httpRequestMessage.Headers.Add("Content-Type", "application/x-www-form-urlencoded");
        httpRequestMessage.Headers.Add("User-Agent", "Mozilla/5.0 (Windows NT 10.0; Win64; x64) AppleWebKit/537.36 (KHTML, like Gecko) Chrome/69.0.3497.100 Safari/537.36");
        httpRequestMessage.Headers.Add("Accept", "text/html,application/xhtml+xml,application/xml;q=0.9,image/webp,image/apng,*/*;q=0.8");
        httpRequestMessage.Headers.Add("Referer", "http://www.translationdirectory.com/");
        httpRequestMessage.Headers.Add("Accept-Encoding", "gzip, deflate");
        httpRequestMessage.Headers.Add("Accept-Language", "en-GB,en-US;q=0.9,en;q=0.8");
        httpRequestMessage.Headers.Add("Cookie", "__utmc=266643403; __utmz=266643403.1537352460.3.3.utmccn=(referral)|utmcsr=google.co.uk|utmcct=/|utmcmd=referral; __utma=266643403.817561753.1532012719.1537357162.1537361568.5; __utmb=266643403; __atuvc=0%7C34%2C0%7C35%2C0%7C36%2C0%7C37%2C48%7C38; __atuvs=5ba2469fbb02458f002");


        var httpResponseMessage = httpClient.SendAsync(httpRequestMessage).Result;

        var httpContent = httpResponseMessage.Content;
        string result = httpResponseMessage.Content.ReadAsStringAsync().Result;

Note that I had to comment out two lines as this plugin is not totally perfect yet but it did the job nevertheless.

DISCLAIMER: I am not associated or endorsed by either Telerik or the plugin's author in anyway.

CSS Custom Dropdown Select that works across all browsers IE7+ FF Webkit

<select class="dropdownmenu" name="drop-down">
    <option class="dropdownmenu_list1" value="select-option">Choose ...</option>
    <option class="dropdownmenu_list2" value="Topic 1">Option 1</option>
    <option class="dropdownmenu_list3" value="Topic 2">Option 2</option>
</select>

This works best in Firefox. Too bad that Chrome and Safari do not support this rather easy CSS styling.

How do I add one month to current date in Java?

This method returns the current date plus 1 month.

public Date  addOneMonth()  {
        Calendar cal = Calendar.getInstance();
        cal.add(Calendar.MONTH, 1);
        return cal.getTime();
}`

Adjusting and image Size to fit a div (bootstrap)

Try this way:

<div class="container">
    <div class="col-md-4" style="padding-left: 0px;  padding-right: 0px;">
        <img src="images/food1.jpg" class="img-responsive">
    </div>
</div>

UPDATE:

In Bootstrap 4 img-responsive becomes img-fluid, so the solution using Bootstrap 4 is:

<div class="container">
    <div class="col-md-4 px-0">
        <img src="images/food1.jpg" class="img-fluid">
    </div>
</div>

How to search a string in String array

If the array is sorted, you can use BinarySearch. This is a O(log n) operation, so it is faster as looping. If you need to apply multiple searches and speed is a concern, you could sort it (or a copy) before using it.

IPC performance: Named Pipe vs Socket

Named pipes and sockets are not functionally equivalent; sockets provide more features (they are bidirectional, for a start).

We cannot tell you which will perform better, but I strongly suspect it doesn't matter.

Unix domain sockets will do pretty much what tcp sockets will, but only on the local machine and with (perhaps a bit) lower overhead.

If a Unix socket isn't fast enough and you're transferring a lot of data, consider using shared memory between your client and server (which is a LOT more complicated to set up).

Unix and NT both have "Named pipes" but they are totally different in feature set.

How do I check (at runtime) if one class is a subclass of another?

You can use the builtin issubclass. But type checking is usually seen as unneccessary because you can use duck-typing.

Where can I set environment variables that crontab will use?

Have 'cron' run a shell script that sets the environment before running the command.

Always.

#   @(#)$Id: crontab,v 4.2 2007/09/17 02:41:00 jleffler Exp $
#   Crontab file for Home Directory for Jonathan Leffler (JL)
#-----------------------------------------------------------------------------
#Min     Hour    Day     Month   Weekday Command
#-----------------------------------------------------------------------------
0        *       *       *       *       /usr/bin/ksh /work1/jleffler/bin/Cron/hourly
1        1       *       *       *       /usr/bin/ksh /work1/jleffler/bin/Cron/daily
23       1       *       *       1-5     /usr/bin/ksh /work1/jleffler/bin/Cron/weekday
2        3       *       *       0       /usr/bin/ksh /work1/jleffler/bin/Cron/weekly
21       3       1       *       *       /usr/bin/ksh /work1/jleffler/bin/Cron/monthly

The scripts in ~/bin/Cron are all links to a single script, 'runcron', which looks like:

:       "$Id: runcron.sh,v 2.1 2001/02/27 00:53:22 jleffler Exp $"
#
#       Commands to be performed by Cron (no debugging options)

#       Set environment -- not done by cron (usually switches HOME)
. $HOME/.cronfile

base=`basename $0`
cmd=${REAL_HOME:-/real/home}/bin/$base

if [ ! -x $cmd ]
then cmd=${HOME}/bin/$base
fi

exec $cmd ${@:+"$@"}

(Written using an older coding standard - nowadays, I'd use a shebang '#!' at the start.)

The '~/.cronfile' is a variation on my profile for use by cron - rigorously non-interactive and no echoing for the sake of being noisy. You could arrange to execute the .profile and so on instead. (The REAL_HOME stuff is an artefact of my environment - you can pretend it is the same as $HOME.)

So, this code reads the appropriate environment and then executes the non-Cron version of the command from my home directory. So, for example, my 'weekday' command looks like:

:       "@(#)$Id: weekday.sh,v 1.10 2007/09/17 02:42:03 jleffler Exp $"
#
#       Commands to be done each weekday

# Update ICSCOPE
n.updics

The 'daily' command is simpler:

:       "@(#)$Id: daily.sh,v 1.5 1997/06/02 22:04:21 johnl Exp $"
#
#       Commands to be done daily

# Nothing -- most things are done on weekdays only

exit 0

How to list the files in current directory?

Your code gives expected result,if you compile and run your code standalone(from commandline). As in eclipse for each project by default working directory is project directory that's why you are getting this result.

You can set user.dir property in java as:

   System.setProperty("user.dir", "absolute path of src folder");

then it will give expected result.

How to get numeric value from a prompt box?

You can use parseInt() but, as mentioned, the radix (base) should be specified:

x = parseInt(x, 10);
y = parseInt(y, 10);

10 means a base-10 number.

See this link for an explanation of why the radix is necessary.

Maintain/Save/Restore scroll position when returning to a ListView

For some looking for a solution to this problem, the root of the issue may be where you are setting your list views adapter. After you set the adapter on the listview, it resets the scroll position. Just something to consider. I moved setting the adapter into my onCreateView after we grab the reference to the listview, and it solved the problem for me. =)

Efficiently test if a port is open on Linux?

You can use netcat for this.

nc ip port < /dev/null

connects to the server and directly closes the connection again. If netcat is not able to connect, it returns a non-zero exit code. The exit code is stored in the variable $?. As an example,

nc ip port < /dev/null; echo $?

will return 0 if and only if netcat could successfully connect to the port.

Java Map equivalent in C#

class Test
{
    Dictionary<int, string> entities;

    public string GetEntity(int code)
    {
        // java's get method returns null when the key has no mapping
        // so we'll do the same

        string val;
        if (entities.TryGetValue(code, out val))
            return val;
        else
            return null;
    }
}

How to lock specific cells but allow filtering and sorting

If the autofiltering is part of a subroutine operation, you could use

BioSum.Unprotect "letmein"

'<Your function here>

BioSum.Cells(1, 1).Activate
BioSum.Protect "letmein" 

to momentarily unprotect the sheet, filter the cells, and reprotect afterwards.

Finding out the name of the original repository you cloned from in Git

In the repository root, the .git/config file holds all information about remote repositories and branches. In your example, you should look for something like:

[remote "origin"]
    fetch = +refs/heads/*:refs/remotes/origin/*
    url = server:gitRepo.git

Also, the Git command git remote -v shows the remote repository name and URL. The "origin" remote repository usually corresponds to the original repository, from which the local copy was cloned.

node: command not found

The problem is that your PATH does not include the location of the node executable.

You can likely run node as "/usr/local/bin/node".

You can add that location to your path by running the following command to add a single line to your bashrc file:

echo 'export PATH=$PATH:/usr/local/bin' >> $HOME/.bashrc

Twitter - share button, but with image

Look into twitter cards.

The trick is not in the button but rather the page you are sharing. Twitter Cards pull the image from the meta tags similar to facebook sharing.

Example:

<meta name="twitter:card" content="summary_large_image">
<meta name="twitter:site" content="@site_username">
<meta name="twitter:title" content="Top 10 Things Ever">
<meta name="twitter:description" content="Up than 200 characters.">
<meta name="twitter:creator" content="@creator_username">
<meta name="twitter:image" content="http://placekitten.com/250/250">
<meta name="twitter:domain" content="YourDomain.com">

How to plot an array in python?

if you give a 2D array to the plot function of matplotlib it will assume the columns to be lines:

If x and/or y is 2-dimensional, then the corresponding columns will be plotted.

In your case your shape is not accepted (100, 1, 1, 8000). As so you can using numpy squeeze to solve the problem quickly:

np.squeez doc: Remove single-dimensional entries from the shape of an array.

import numpy as np
import matplotlib.pyplot as plt

data = np.random.randint(3, 7, (10, 1, 1, 80))
newdata = np.squeeze(data) # Shape is now: (10, 80)
plt.plot(newdata) # plotting by columns
plt.show()

But notice that 100 sets of 80 000 points is a lot of data for matplotlib. I would recommend that you look for an alternative. The result of the code example (run in Jupyter) is:

Jupyter matplotlib plot

How to use OUTPUT parameter in Stored Procedure

SqlCommand yourCommand = new SqlCommand();
yourCommand.Connection = yourSqlConn;
yourCommand.Parameters.Add("@yourParam");
yourCommand.Parameters["@yourParam"].Direction = ParameterDirection.Output;

// execute your query successfully

int yourResult = yourCommand.Parameters["@yourParam"].Value;

Ignoring directories in Git repositories on Windows

To ignore an entire directory in Git, the easiest way is to include a .gitignore file within the target directory which simply contains "*".

An illustrative example,

Example System

/root/
    .gitignore
    /dirA/
        someFile1.txt
        someFile2.txt
    /dirB/
        .gitignore
        someFile3.txt
        someFile4.txt

Goal

  • ignore the contents of /dirB/

Top Level (/root/.gitignore)

  • This is where your standard gitignore info goes (e.g. a “~Untitled.docx”, some private dirs, etc.). “dirB/“ can certainly be placed here, if needed

Ignored Directory (/root/dirB/.gitignore)

  • Git watches for gitignore at every step of the file system so anytime you have ignore specifications to apply then toss it in, generating a new gitignore for that dir

  • dirB/.gitignore then just reads as “*” and all contents are ignored completely, itself and all files!

And it's that simple :)

Get the name of an object's type

Here is a solution that I have come up with that solves the shortcomings of instanceof. It can check an object's types from cross-windows and cross-frames and doesn't have problems with primitive types.

function getType(o) {
    return Object.prototype.toString.call(o).match(/^\[object\s(.*)\]$/)[1];
}
function isInstance(obj, type) {
    var ret = false,
    isTypeAString = getType(type) == "String",
    functionConstructor, i, l, typeArray, context;
    if (!isTypeAString && getType(type) != "Function") {
        throw new TypeError("type argument must be a string or function");
    }
    if (obj !== undefined && obj !== null && obj.constructor) {
        //get the Function constructor
        functionConstructor = obj.constructor;
        while (functionConstructor != functionConstructor.constructor) {
            functionConstructor = functionConstructor.constructor;
        }
        //get the object's window
        context = functionConstructor == Function ? self : functionConstructor("return window")();
        //get the constructor for the type
        if (isTypeAString) {
            //type is a string so we'll build the context (window.Array or window.some.Type)
            for (typeArray = type.split("."), i = 0, l = typeArray.length; i < l && context; i++) {
                context = context[typeArray[i]];
            }
        } else {
            //type is a function so execute the function passing in the object's window
            //the return should be a constructor
            context = type(context);
        }
        //check if the object is an instance of the constructor
        if (context) {
            ret = obj instanceof context;
            if (!ret && (type == "Number" || type == "String" || type == "Boolean")) {
                ret = obj.constructor == context
            }
        }
    }
    return ret;
}

isInstance requires two parameters: an object and a type. The real trick to how it works is that it checks if the object is from the same window and if not gets the object's window.

Examples:

isInstance([], "Array"); //true
isInstance("some string", "String"); //true
isInstance(new Object(), "Object"); //true

function Animal() {}
function Dog() {}
Dog.prototype = new Animal();

isInstance(new Dog(), "Dog"); //true
isInstance(new Dog(), "Animal"); //true
isInstance(new Dog(), "Object"); //true
isInstance(new Animal(), "Dog"); //false

The type argument can also be a callback function which returns a constructor. The callback function will receive one parameter which is the window of the provided object.

Examples:

//"Arguments" type check
var args = (function() {
    return arguments;
}());

isInstance(args, function(w) {
    return w.Function("return arguments.constructor")();
}); //true

//"NodeList" type check
var nl = document.getElementsByTagName("*");

isInstance(nl, function(w) {
    return w.document.getElementsByTagName("bs").constructor;
}); //true

One thing to keep in mind is that IE < 9 does not provide the constructor on all objects so the above test for NodeList would return false and also a isInstance(alert, "Function") would return false.

How do I define the name of image built with docker-compose

According to 3.9 version of Docker compose, you can use image: myapp:tag to specify name and tag.

version: "3.9"
services:
  webapp:
    build:
      context: .
      dockerfile: Dockerfile
    image: webapp:tag

Reference: https://docs.docker.com/compose/compose-file/compose-file-v3/

fcntl substitute on Windows

The substitute of fcntl on windows are win32api calls. The usage is completely different. It is not some switch you can just flip.

In other words, porting a fcntl-heavy-user module to windows is not trivial. It requires you to analyze what exactly each fcntl call does and then find the equivalent win32api code, if any.

There's also the possibility that some code using fcntl has no windows equivalent, which would require you to change the module api and maybe the structure/paradigm of the program using the module you're porting.

If you provide more details about the fcntl calls people can find windows equivalents.

How to get all options of a select using jQuery?

If you're looking for all options with some selected text then the below code will work.

$('#test').find("select option:contains('B')").filter(":selected");

Calculate distance between two latitude-longitude points? (Haversine formula)

Thanks very much for all this. I used the following code in my Objective-C iPhone app:

const double PIx = 3.141592653589793;
const double RADIO = 6371; // Mean radius of Earth in Km

double convertToRadians(double val) {

   return val * PIx / 180;
}

-(double)kilometresBetweenPlace1:(CLLocationCoordinate2D) place1 andPlace2:(CLLocationCoordinate2D) place2 {

        double dlon = convertToRadians(place2.longitude - place1.longitude);
        double dlat = convertToRadians(place2.latitude - place1.latitude);

        double a = ( pow(sin(dlat / 2), 2) + cos(convertToRadians(place1.latitude))) * cos(convertToRadians(place2.latitude)) * pow(sin(dlon / 2), 2);
        double angle = 2 * asin(sqrt(a));

        return angle * RADIO;
}

Latitude and Longitude are in decimal. I didn't use min() for the asin() call as the distances that I'm using are so small that they don't require it.

It gave incorrect answers until I passed in the values in Radians - now it's pretty much the same as the values obtained from Apple's Map app :-)

Extra update:

If you are using iOS4 or later then Apple provide some methods to do this so the same functionality would be achieved with:

-(double)kilometresBetweenPlace1:(CLLocationCoordinate2D) place1 andPlace2:(CLLocationCoordinate2D) place2 {

    MKMapPoint  start, finish;


    start = MKMapPointForCoordinate(place1);
    finish = MKMapPointForCoordinate(place2);

    return MKMetersBetweenMapPoints(start, finish) / 1000;
}

C++11 reverse range-based for-loop

Actually Boost does have such adaptor: boost::adaptors::reverse.

#include <list>
#include <iostream>
#include <boost/range/adaptor/reversed.hpp>

int main()
{
    std::list<int> x { 2, 3, 5, 7, 11, 13, 17, 19 };
    for (auto i : boost::adaptors::reverse(x))
        std::cout << i << '\n';
    for (auto i : x)
        std::cout << i << '\n';
}

Eclipse Workspaces: What for and why?

The whole point of a workspace is to group a set of related projects together that usually make up an application. The workspace framework comes down to the eclipse.core.resources plugin and it naturally by design makes sense.

Projects have natures, builders are attached to specific projects and as you change resources in one project you can see in real time compile or other issues in projects that are in the same workspace. So the strategy I suggest is have different workspaces for different projects you work on but without a workspace in eclipse there would be no concept of a collection of projects and configurations and after all it's an IDE tool.

If that does not make sense ask how Net Beans or Visual Studio addresses this? It's the same theme. Maven is a good example, checking out a group of related maven projects into a workspace lets you develop and see errors in real time. If not a workspace what else would you suggest? An RCP application can be a different beast depending on what its used for but in the true IDE sense I don't know what would be a better solution than a workspace or context of projects. Just my thoughts. - Duncan

Change EditText hint color when using TextInputLayout

Add textColorHint property to your edit text

android:textColorHint="#F6F6F6"

or whichever color you want

Why are the Level.FINE logging messages not showing?

Loggers only log the message, i.e. they create the log records (or logging requests). They do not publish the messages to the destinations, which is taken care of by the Handlers. Setting the level of a logger, only causes it to create log records matching that level or higher.

You might be using a ConsoleHandler (I couldn't infer where your output is System.err or a file, but I would assume that it is the former), which defaults to publishing log records of the level Level.INFO. You will have to configure this handler, to publish log records of level Level.FINER and higher, for the desired outcome.

I would recommend reading the Java Logging Overview guide, in order to understand the underlying design. The guide covers the difference between the concept of a Logger and a Handler.

Editing the handler level

1. Using the Configuration file

The java.util.logging properties file (by default, this is the logging.properties file in JRE_HOME/lib) can be modified to change the default level of the ConsoleHandler:

java.util.logging.ConsoleHandler.level = FINER

2. Creating handlers at runtime

This is not recommended, for it would result in overriding the global configuration. Using this throughout your code base will result in a possibly unmanageable logger configuration.

Handler consoleHandler = new ConsoleHandler();
consoleHandler.setLevel(Level.FINER);
Logger.getAnonymousLogger().addHandler(consoleHandler);

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

You would want to use ->forget()

$collection->forget($key);

Link to the forget method documentation

HTML Image not displaying, while the src url works

Your file needs to be located inside your www directory. For example, if you're using wamp server on Windows, j3evn.jpg should be located,

C:/wamp/www/img/j3evn.jpg

and you can access it in html via

<img class="sealImage" alt="Image of Seal" src="../img/j3evn.jpg">

Look for the www, public_html, or html folder belonging to your web server. Place all your files and resources inside that folder.

Hope this helps!

How can you get the Manifest Version number from the App's (Layout) XML variables?

There is not a way to directly get the version out, but there are two work-arounds that could be done.

  1. The version could be stored in a resource string, and placed into the manifest by:

    <manifest xmlns:android="http://schemas.android.com/apk/res/android"
         package="com.somepackage"
         android:versionName="@string/version" android:versionCode="20">
    
  2. One could create a custom view, and place it into the XML. The view would use this to assign the name:

    context.getPackageManager().getPackageInfo(context.getPackageName(), 0).versionName;
    

Either of these solutions would allow for placing the version name in XML. Unfortunately there isn't a nice simple solution, like android.R.string.version or something like that.

Reset git proxy to default configuration

If you have used Powershell commands to set the Proxy on windows machine doing the below helped me.

To unset the proxy use: 1. Open powershell 2. Enter the following:

[Environment]::SetEnvironmentVariable(“HTTP_PROXY”, $null, [EnvironmentVariableTarget]::Machine)
[Environment]::SetEnvironmentVariable(“HTTPS_PROXY”, $null, [EnvironmentVariableTarget]::Machine)

To set the proxy again use: 1. Open powershell 2. Enter the following:

[Environment]::SetEnvironmentVariable(“HTTP_PROXY”, “http://yourproxy.com:yourportnumber”, [EnvironmentVariableTarget]::Machine)
[Environment]::SetEnvironmentVariable(“HTTPS_PROXY”, “http://yourproxy.com:yourportnumber”, [EnvironmentVariableTarget]::Machine)

how to check redis instance version?

if you want to know a remote redis server's version, just connect to that server and issue command "info server", you will get things like this:

...
redis_version:3.2.12
redis_git_sha1:00000000
redis_git_dirty:0
redis_build_id:9c3b73db5f7822b7
redis_mode:standalone
os:Linux 2.6.32.43-tlinux-1.0.26-default x86_64
arch_bits:64
multiplexing_api:epoll
gcc_version:4.9.4
process_id:5034
run_id:a45b2ffdc31d7f40a1652c235582d5d277eb5eec

Chaining Observables in RxJS

About promise composition vs. Rxjs, as this is a frequently asked question, you can refer to a number of previously asked questions on SO, among which :

Basically, flatMap is the equivalent of Promise.then.

For your second question, do you want to replay values already emitted, or do you want to process new values as they arrive? In the first case, check the publishReplay operator. In the second case, standard subscription is enough. However you might need to be aware of the cold. vs. hot dichotomy depending on your source (cf. Hot and Cold observables : are there 'hot' and 'cold' operators? for an illustrated explanation of the concept)

if (boolean condition) in Java

In your example, the IF statement will run when it is state = true meaning the else part will run when state = false.

if(turnedOn == true) is the same as if(turnedOn)

if(turnedOn == false) is the same as if(!turnedOn)

If you have:

boolean turnedOn = false;

Or

boolean turnedOn;

Then

if(turnedOn)
{

}
else
{
    // This would run!
}

Caesar Cipher Function in Python

Using some ascii number tricks:

# See http://ascii.cl/
upper = {ascii:chr(ascii) for ascii in range(65,91)}
lower = {ascii:chr(ascii) for ascii in range(97,123)}
digit = {ascii:chr(ascii) for ascii in range(48,58)}


def ceasar(s, k):
    for c in s:
        o = ord(c)
        # Do not change symbols and digits
        if (o not in upper and o not in lower) or o in digit:
            yield o
        else:
            # If it's in the upper case and
            # that the rotation is within the uppercase
            if o in upper and o + k % 26 in upper:
                yield o + k % 26
            # If it's in the lower case and
            # that the rotation is within the lowercase
            elif o in lower and o + k % 26 in lower:
                yield o + k % 26
            # Otherwise move back 26 spaces after rotation.
            else: # alphabet.
                yield o + k % 26 -26

x = (''.join(map(chr, ceasar(s, k))))
print (x)

Warning: mysql_connect(): [2002] No such file or directory (trying to connect via unix:///tmp/mysql.sock) in

I just had this problem, but it only appeared when loading certain pages (other pages worked fine). It turned out that I was making calls to MySQL after I closed the connection with mysql_close(). So, as @brucenan said: make sure that MySQL is running when you call it.

Sending Email in Android using JavaMail API without using the default/built-in app

Did you consider using Apache Commons Net ? Since 3.3, just one jar (and you can depend on it using gradle or maven) and you're done : http://blog.dahanne.net/2013/06/17/sending-a-mail-in-java-and-android-with-apache-commons-net/

JavaScript Chart Library

Fusion charts has a new javascript/jquery library that looks promising.

Can the Android drawable directory contain subdirectories?

assets/ You can use it to store raw asset files. Files that you save here are compiled into an .apk file as-is, and the original filename is preserved. You can navigate this directory in the same way as a typical file system using URIs and read files as a stream of bytes using the AssetManager. For example, this is a good location for textures and game data. http://developer.android.com/tools/projects/index.html

How to set java_home on Windows 7?

if you have not restarted your computer after installing jdk just restart your computer.

if you want to make a portable java and set path before using java, just make a batch file i explained below.

if you want to run this batch file when your computer start just put your batch file shortcut in startup folder. In windows 7 startup folder is "C:\Users\user\AppData\Roaming\Microsoft\Windows\Start Menu\Programs\Startup"

make a batch file like this:

set Java_Home=C:\Program Files\Java\jdk1.8.0_11
set PATH=%PATH%;C:\Program Files\Java\jdk1.8.0_11\bin

note: java_home and path are variables. you can make any variable as you wish. for example set amir=good_boy and you can see amir by %amir% or you can see java_home by %java_home%

How does one make random number between range for arc4random_uniform()?

Since Swift 4.2:

Int {    
    public static func random(in range: ClosedRange<Int>) -> Int
    public static func random(in range: Range<Int>) -> Int
}

Used like:

Int.random(in: 2...10)

Change the bullet color of list

I would recommend you to use background-image instead of default list.

.listStyle {
    list-style: none;
    background: url(image_path.jpg) no-repeat left center;
    padding-left: 30px;
    width: 20px;
    height: 20px;
}

Or, if you don't want to use background-image as bullet, there is an option to do it with pseudo element:

.liststyle{
    list-style: none;
    margin: 0;
    padding: 0;
}
.liststyle:before {
    content: "• ";
    color: red; /* or whatever color you prefer */
    font-size: 20px;/* or whatever the bullet size you prefer */
}

Open terminal here in Mac OS finder

Also, you can copy an item from the finder using command-C, jump into the Terminal (e.g. using Spotlight or QuickSilver) type 'cd ' and simply paste with command-v

DynamoDB vs MongoDB NoSQL

I have worked on both and kind of fan of both.

But you need to understand when to use what and for what purpose.

I don't think It's a great idea to move all your database to DynamoDB, reason being querying is difficult except on primary and secondary keys, Indexing is limited and scanning in DynamoDB is painful.

I would go for a hybrid sort of DB, where extensive query-able data should be there is MongoDB, with all it's feature you would never feel constrained to provide enhancements or modifications.

DynamoDB is lightning fast (faster than MongoDB) so DynamoDB is often used as an alternative to sessions in scalable applications. DynamoDB best practices also suggests that if there are plenty of data which are less being used, move it to other table.

So suppose you have a articles or feeds. People are more likely to look for last week stuff or this month's stuff. chances are really rare for people to visit two year old data. For these purposes DynamoDB prefers to have data stored by month or years in different tables.

DynamoDB is seemlessly scalable, something you will have to do manually in MongoDB. however you would lose on performance of DynamoDB, if you don't understand about throughput partition and how scaling works behind the scene.

DynamoDB should be used where speed is critical, MongoDB on the other hand has too many hands and features, something DynamoDB lacks.

for example, you can have a replica set of MongoDB in such a way that one of the replica holds data instance of 8(or whatever) hours old. Really useful, if you messed up something big time in your DB and want to get the data as it is before.

That's my opinion though.

Excel VBA - Delete empty rows

How about

sub foo()
  dim r As Range, rows As Long, i As Long
  Set r = ActiveSheet.Range("A1:Z50")
  rows = r.rows.Count
  For i = rows To 1 Step (-1)
    If WorksheetFunction.CountA(r.rows(i)) = 0 Then r.rows(i).Delete
  Next
End Sub

Try this

Option Explicit

Sub Sample()
    Dim i As Long
    Dim DelRange As Range

    On Error GoTo Whoa

    Application.ScreenUpdating = False

    For i = 1 To 50
        If Application.WorksheetFunction.CountA(Range("A" & i & ":" & "Z" & i)) = 0 Then
            If DelRange Is Nothing Then
                Set DelRange = Range("A" & i & ":" & "Z" & i)
            Else
                Set DelRange = Union(DelRange, Range("A" & i & ":" & "Z" & i))
            End If
        End If
    Next i

    If Not DelRange Is Nothing Then DelRange.Delete shift:=xlUp
LetsContinue:
    Application.ScreenUpdating = True

    Exit Sub
Whoa:
    MsgBox Err.Description
    Resume LetsContinue
End Sub

IF you want to delete the entire row then use this code

Option Explicit

Sub Sample()
    Dim i As Long
    Dim DelRange As Range

    On Error GoTo Whoa

    Application.ScreenUpdating = False

    For i = 1 To 50
        If Application.WorksheetFunction.CountA(Range("A" & i & ":" & "Z" & i)) = 0 Then
            If DelRange Is Nothing Then
                Set DelRange = Rows(i)
            Else
                Set DelRange = Union(DelRange, Rows(i))
            End If
        End If
    Next i

    If Not DelRange Is Nothing Then DelRange.Delete shift:=xlUp
LetsContinue:
    Application.ScreenUpdating = True

    Exit Sub
Whoa:
    MsgBox Err.Description
    Resume LetsContinue
End Sub

Switch to another Git tag

Clone the repository as normal:

git clone git://github.com/rspec/rspec-tmbundle.git RSpec.tmbundle

Then checkout the tag you want like so:

git checkout tags/1.1.4

This will checkout out the tag in a 'detached HEAD' state. In this state, "you can look around, make experimental changes and commit them, and [discard those commits] without impacting any branches by performing another checkout".

To retain any changes made, move them to a new branch:

git checkout -b 1.1.4-jspooner

You can get back to the master branch by using:

git checkout master

Note, as was mentioned in the first revision of this answer, there is another way to checkout a tag:

git checkout 1.1.4

But as was mentioned in a comment, if you have a branch by that same name, this will result in git warning you that the refname is ambiguous and checking out the branch by default:

warning: refname 'test' is ambiguous.
Switched to branch '1.1.4'

The shorthand can be safely used if the repository does not share names between branches and tags.

Python - IOError: [Errno 13] Permission denied:

Just Close the opened file where you are going to write.

What is the purpose of a question mark after a type (for example: int? myVariable)?

In

x ? "yes" : "no"

the ? declares an if sentence. Here: x represents the boolean condition; The part before the : is the then sentence and the part after is the else sentence.

In, for example,

int?

the ? declares a nullable type, and means that the type before it may have a null value.

How do I put the image on the right side of the text in a UIButton?

Swift -Extend the UiButton and put these lines

    if let imageWidth = self.imageView?.frame.width {
        self.titleEdgeInsets = UIEdgeInsetsMake(0, -imageWidth, 0, imageWidth);
    }

    if let titleWidth = self.titleLabel?.frame.width {
        let spacing = titleWidth + 20
        self.imageEdgeInsets = UIEdgeInsetsMake(0, spacing, 0, -spacing);
    }

Is there a decent wait function in C++?

There is a C++11 way of doing it. It is quite simple, and I believe it is portable. Of course, as Lightness Races in Orbit pointed out, you should not do this in order to be able to see an Hello World in your terminal, but there exist some good reason to use a wait function. Without further ado,

#include <chrono> // std::chrono::microseconds
#include <thread> // std::this_thread::sleep_for
std::this_thread::sleep_for(std::chrono::microseconds{});

More details are available here. See also sleep_until.

python numpy vector math

You can just use numpy arrays. Look at the numpy for matlab users page for a detailed overview of the pros and cons of arrays w.r.t. matrices.

As I mentioned in the comment, having to use the dot() function or method for mutiplication of vectors is the biggest pitfall. But then again, numpy arrays are consistent. All operations are element-wise. So adding or subtracting arrays and multiplication with a scalar all work as expected of vectors.

Edit2: Starting with Python 3.5 and numpy 1.10 you can use the @ infix-operator for matrix multiplication, thanks to pep 465.

Edit: Regarding your comment:

  1. Yes. The whole of numpy is based on arrays.

  2. Yes. linalg.norm(v) is a good way to get the length of a vector. But what you get depends on the possible second argument to norm! Read the docs.

  3. To normalize a vector, just divide it by the length you calculated in (2). Division of arrays by a scalar is also element-wise.

    An example in ipython:

    In [1]: import math
    
    In [2]: import numpy as np
    
    In [3]: a = np.array([4,2,7])
    
    In [4]: np.linalg.norm(a)
    Out[4]: 8.3066238629180749
    
    In [5]: math.sqrt(sum([n**2 for n in a]))
    Out[5]: 8.306623862918075
    
    In [6]: b = a/np.linalg.norm(a)
    
    In [7]: np.linalg.norm(b)
    Out[7]: 1.0
    

    Note that In [5] is an alternative way to calculate the length. In [6] shows normalizing the vector.

What is DOM element?

Document object model.
The DOM is the way Javascript sees its containing pages' data. It is an object that includes how the HTML/XHTML/XML is formatted, as well as the browser state.

A DOM element is something like a DIV, HTML, BODY element on a page. You can add classes to all of these using CSS, or interact with them using JS.

How to simplify a null-safe compareTo() implementation?

Another Apache ObjectUtils example. Able to sort other types of objects.

@Override
public int compare(Object o1, Object o2) {
    String s1 = ObjectUtils.toString(o1);
    String s2 = ObjectUtils.toString(o2);
    return s1.toLowerCase().compareTo(s2.toLowerCase());
}

javascript createElement(), style problem

yourElement.setAttribute("style", "background-color:red; font-size:2em;");

Or you could write the element as pure HTML and use .innerHTML = [raw html code]... that's very ugly though.

In answer to your first question, first you use var myElement = createElement(...);, then you do document.body.appendChild(myElement);.

Can you call Directory.GetFiles() with multiple filters?

/// <summary>
/// Returns the names of files in a specified directories that match the specified patterns using LINQ
/// </summary>
/// <param name="srcDirs">The directories to seach</param>
/// <param name="searchPatterns">the list of search patterns</param>
/// <param name="searchOption"></param>
/// <returns>The list of files that match the specified pattern</returns>
public static string[] GetFilesUsingLINQ(string[] srcDirs,
     string[] searchPatterns,
     SearchOption searchOption = SearchOption.AllDirectories)
{
    var r = from dir in srcDirs
            from searchPattern in searchPatterns
            from f in Directory.GetFiles(dir, searchPattern, searchOption)
            select f;

    return r.ToArray();
}

ssh: The authenticity of host 'hostname' can't be established

The best way to go about this is to use 'BatchMode' in addition to 'StrictHostKeyChecking'. This way, your script will accept a new hostname and write it to the known_hosts file, but won't require yes/no intervention.

ssh -o BatchMode=yes -o StrictHostKeyChecking=no [email protected] "uptime"

How to increment a variable on a for loop in jinja template?

You could use loop.index:

{% for i in p %}
  {{ loop.index }}
{% endfor %}

Check the template designer documentation.

In more recent versions, due to scoping rules, the following would not work:

{% set count = 1 %}
{% for i in p %}
  {{ count }}
  {% set count = count + 1 %}
{% endfor %}

Convert from enum ordinal to enum type

This is what I do on Android with Proguard:

public enum SomeStatus {
    UNINITIALIZED, STATUS_1, RESERVED_1, STATUS_2, RESERVED_2, STATUS_3;//do not change order

    private static SomeStatus[] values = null;
    public static SomeStatus fromInteger(int i) {
        if(SomeStatus.values == null) {
            SomeStatus.values = SomeStatus.values();
        }
        if (i < 0) return SomeStatus.values[0];
        if (i >= SomeStatus.values.length) return SomeStatus.values[0];
        return SomeStatus.values[i];
    }
}

it's short and I don't need to worry about having an exception in Proguard

Dependency Injection vs Factory Pattern

I think these are orthogonal and can be used together. Let me show you an example I recently came across at work:

We were using the Spring framework in Java for DI. A singleton class (Parent) had to instantiate new objects of another class (Child), and those had complex collaborators:

@Component
class Parent {
    // ...
    @Autowired
    Parent(Dep1 dep1, Dep2 dep2, ..., DepN depN) {
        this.dep1 = dep1;
        this.dep2 = dep2;
    }

    void method(int p) {
        Child c = new Child(dep1, dep2, ..., depN, p);
        // ...
    }
}

In this example, Parent has to receive DepX instances only to pass them to the Child constructor. Problems with this:

  1. Parent has more knowledge of Child than it should
  2. Parent has more collaborators than it should
  3. Adding dependencies to Child involves changing Parent

This is when I realized a Factory would fit here perfectly:

  1. It hides all but the true parameters of the Child class, as seen by Parent
  2. It encapsulates the knowledge of creating a Child, which can be centralized in the DI configuration.

This is the simplified Parent class and the ChildFactory class:

@Component
class Parent {
    // ...
    @Autowired
    Parent(ChildFactory childFactory) {
        this.childFactory = childFactory;
    }

    void method(int p) {
        Child c = childFactory.newChild(p);
        // ...
    }
}

@Component
class ChildFactory {
    // ...
    @Autowired
    Parent(Dep1 dep1, Dep2 dep2, ..., DepN depN) {
        this.dep1 = dep1;
        this.dep2 = dep2;
        // ...
        this.depN = depN;
    }

    Child newChild(int p) {
        return new Child(dep1, dep2, ..., depN, p);
    }
}

Order by descending date - month, day and year

You have the field in a string, so you'll need to convert it to datetime

order by CONVERT(datetime, EventDate ) desc

How to get the path of running java program

Try this code:

final File f = new File(MyClass.class.getProtectionDomain().getCodeSource().getLocation().getPath());

replace 'MyClass' with your class containing the main method.

Alternatively you can also use

System.getProperty("java.class.path")

Above mentioned System property provides

Path used to find directories and JAR archives containing class files. Elements of the class path are separated by a platform-specific character specified in the path.separator property.

string to string array conversion in java

String strName = "name";
String[] strArray = new String[] {strName};
System.out.println(strArray[0]); //prints "name"

The second line allocates a String array with the length of 1. Note that you don't need to specify a length yourself, such as:

String[] strArray = new String[1];

instead, the length is determined by the number of elements in the initalizer. Using

String[] strArray = new String[] {strName, "name1", "name2"};

creates an array with a length of 3.

"Thinking in AngularJS" if I have a jQuery background?

AngularJS and jQuery:

AngularJs and JQuery are completely different at every level except the JQLite functionality and you will see it once you start learning the AngularJs core features (I explained it below).

AngularJs is a client side framework that offers to build the independent client side application. JQuery is a client side library that play around the DOM.

AngularJs Cool Principle - If you want some changes on your UI think from model data change perspective. Change your data and UI will re-render itself. You need not to play around DOM each time unless and until it is hardly required and that should also be handled through Angular Directives.

To answer this question, I want to share my experience on the first enterprise application with AngularJS. These are the most awesome features that Angular provide where we start changing our jQuery mindset and we get the Angular like a framework and not the library.

Two-way data binding is amazing: I had a grid with all functionality UPDATE, DELTE, INSERT. I have a data object that binds the grid's model using ng-repeat. You only need to write a single line of simple JavaScript code for delete and insert and that's it. grid automatically updates as the grid model changes instantly. Update functionality is real time, no code for it. You feel amazing!!!

Reusable directives are super: Write directives in one place and use it throughout the application. OMG!!! I used these directive for paging, regex, validations, etc. It is really cool!

Routing is strong: It's up to your implementation how you want to use it, but it requires very few lines of code to route the request to specify HTML and controller (JavaScript)

Controllers are great: Controllers take care of their own HTML, but this separation works well for common functionality well as. If you want to call the same function on the click of a button on master HTML, just write the same function name in each controller and write individual code.

Plugins: There are many other similar features like showing an overlay in your app. You don't need to write code for it, just use an overlay plugin available as wc-overlay, and this will automatically take care of all XMLHttpRequest (XHR) requests.

Ideal for RESTful architecture: Being a complete frameworks makes AngularJS great to work with a RESTful architecture. To call REST CRUD APIs is very easier and

Services: Write common codes using services and less code in controllers. Sevices can be used to share common functionalities among the controllers.

Extensibility: Angular has extended the HTML directives using angular directives. Write expressions inside html and evaluate them on runtime. Create your own directives and services and use them in another project without any extra effort.

Cannot find or open the PDB file in Visual Studio C++ 2010

I ran into a similar problem where Visual Studio (2017) said it could not find my project's PDB file. I could see the PDB file did exist in the correct path. I had to Clean and Rebuild the project, then Visual Studio recognized the PDB file and debugging worked.

How could I use requests in asyncio?

aiohttp can be used with HTTP proxy already:

import asyncio
import aiohttp


@asyncio.coroutine
def do_request():
    proxy_url = 'http://localhost:8118'  # your proxy address
    response = yield from aiohttp.request(
        'GET', 'http://google.com',
        proxy=proxy_url,
    )
    return response

loop = asyncio.get_event_loop()
loop.run_until_complete(do_request())

Which MySQL data type to use for storing boolean values

I use TINYINT(1) in order to store boolean values in Mysql.

I don't know if there is any advantage to use this... But if i'm not wrong, mysql can store boolean (BOOL) and it store it as a tinyint(1)

http://dev.mysql.com/doc/refman/5.0/en/other-vendor-data-types.html

Returning value that was passed into a method

You can use a lambda with an input parameter, like so:

.Returns((string myval) => { return myval; });

Or slightly more readable:

.Returns<string>(x => x);

How do you add input from user into list in Python

shopList = [] 
maxLengthList = 6
while len(shopList) < maxLengthList:
    item = input("Enter your Item to the List: ")
    shopList.append(item)
    print shopList
print "That's your Shopping List"
print shopList

How to drop unique in MySQL?

There is a better way which don't need you to alter the table:

mysql> DROP INDEX email ON fuinfo;

where email is the name of unique key (index).

You can also bring it back like that:

mysql> CREATE UNIQUE INDEX email ON fuinfo(email);

where email after IDEX is the name of the index and it's not optional. You can use KEY instead of INDEX.

Also it's possible to create (remove) multicolumn unique indecies like that:

mysql> CREATE UNIQUE INDEX email_fid ON fuinfo(email, fid);
mysql> DROP INDEX email_fid ON fuinfo;

If you didn't specify the name of multicolumn index you can remove it like that:

mysql> DROP INDEX email ON fuinfo;

where email is the column name.

How to pass values arguments to modal.show() function in Bootstrap

Use

$(document).ready(function() {
    $('#createFormId').on('show.bs.modal', function(event) {
        $("#cafeId").val($(event.relatedTarget).data('id'));
    });
});

How to create a cron job using Bash automatically without the interactive editor?

Bash script for adding cron job without the interactive editor. Below code helps to add a cronjob using linux files.

#!/bin/bash

cron_path=/var/spool/cron/crontabs/root

#cron job to run every 10 min.
echo "*/10 * * * * command to be executed" >> $cron_path

#cron job to run every 1 hour.
echo "0 */1 * * * command to be executed" >> $cron_path

Print ArrayList

you can use print format if you just want to print the element on the console.

for(int i = 0; i < houseAddress.size(); i++) {   
    System.out.printf("%s", houseAddress.get(i));
}  

'react-scripts' is not recognized as an internal or external command

react-scripts is not recognized as an internal or external command is related to npm.

I would update all of my dependencies in my package.json files to the latest versions in both the main directory and client directory if applicable. You can do this by using an asterisk "*" instead of specifying a specific version number in your package.json files for your dependencies.

For Example:

"dependencies": {
    "body-parser": "*",
    "express": "*",
    "mongoose": "*",
    "react": "*",
    "react-dom": "*",
    "react-final-form": "*",
    "react-final-form-listeners": "*",
    "react-mapbox-gl": "*",
    "react-redux": "*",
    "react-responsive-modal": "*",
  }

I would then make sure any package-lock.json were deleted and then run npm install and yarn install in both the main directory and the client directory as well if applicable.

You should then be able to run a yarn build and then use yarn start to run the application.

jQuery append() - return appended elements

I think you could do something like this:

var $child = $("#parentId").append("<div></div>").children("div:last-child");

The parent #parentId is returned from the append, so add a jquery children query to it to get the last div child inserted.

$child is then the jquery wrapped child div that was added.

VB.NET Connection string (Web.Config, App.Config)

Connection in APPConfig

<connectionStrings>
  <add name="ConnectionString" connectionString="Data Source=192.168.1.25;Initial Catalog=Login;Persist Security Info=True;User ID=sa;Password=example.com"   providerName="System.Data.SqlClient" />
</connectionStrings>

In Class.Cs

public string ConnectionString
{
    get
    {
        return System.Configuration.ConfigurationManager.ConnectionStrings["ConnectionString"].ToString();
    }
}

UnicodeDecodeError: 'utf8' codec can't decode byte 0x9c

Changing the engine from C to Python did the trick for me.

Engine is C:

pd.read_csv(gdp_path, sep='\t', engine='c')

'utf-8' codec can't decode byte 0x92 in position 18: invalid start byte

Engine is Python:

pd.read_csv(gdp_path, sep='\t', engine='python')

No errors for me.

Rounding a double to turn it into an int (java)

The Math.round function is overloaded When it receives a float value, it will give you an int. For example this would work.

int a=Math.round(1.7f);

When it receives a double value, it will give you a long, therefore you have to typecast it to int.

int a=(int)Math.round(1.7);

This is done to prevent loss of precision. Your double value is 64bit, but then your int variable can only store 32bit so it just converts it to long, which is 64bit but you can typecast it to 32bit as explained above.

What is Android keystore file, and what is it used for?

The answer I would provide is that a keystore file is to authenticate yourself to anyone who is asking. It isn't restricted to just signing .apk files, you can use it to store personal certificates, sign data to be transmitted and a whole variety of authentication.

In terms of what you do with it for Android and probably what you're looking for since you mention signing apk's, it is your certificate. You are branding your application with your credentials. You can brand multiple applications with the same key, in fact, it is recommended that you use one certificate to brand multiple applications that you write. It easier to keep track of what applications belong to you.

I'm not sure what you mean by implications. I suppose it means that no one but the holder of your certificate can update your application. That means that if you release it into the wild, lose the cert you used to sign the application, then you cannot release updates so keep that cert safe and backed up if need be.

But apart from signing apks to release into the wild, you can use it to authenticate your device to a server over SSL if you so desire, (also Android related) among other functions.

C++ Array Of Pointers

If you don't use the STL, then the code looks a lot bit like C.

#include <cstdlib>
#include <new>

template< class T >
void append_to_array( T *&arr, size_t &n, T const &obj ) {
    T *tmp = static_cast<T*>( std::realloc( arr, sizeof(T) * (n+1) ) );
    if ( tmp == NULL ) throw std::bad_alloc( __FUNCTION__ );
       // assign things now that there is no exception
    arr = tmp;
    new( &arr[ n ] ) T( obj ); // placement new
    ++ n;
}

T can be any POD type, including pointers.

Note that arr must be allocated by malloc, not new[].

MSVCP120d.dll missing

My problem was with x64 compilations deployed to a remote testing machine. I found the x64 versions of msvp120d.dll and msvcr120d.dll in

C:\Program Files (x86)\Microsoft Visual Studio 12.0\VC\redist\Debug_NonRedist\x64\Microsoft.VC120.DebugCRT

No 'Access-Control-Allow-Origin' - Node / Apache Port Issue

Try adding the following middleware to your NodeJS/Express app (I have added some comments for your convenience):

// Add headers
app.use(function (req, res, next) {

    // Website you wish to allow to connect
    res.setHeader('Access-Control-Allow-Origin', 'http://localhost:8888');

    // Request methods you wish to allow
    res.setHeader('Access-Control-Allow-Methods', 'GET, POST, OPTIONS, PUT, PATCH, DELETE');

    // Request headers you wish to allow
    res.setHeader('Access-Control-Allow-Headers', 'X-Requested-With,content-type');

    // Set to true if you need the website to include cookies in the requests sent
    // to the API (e.g. in case you use sessions)
    res.setHeader('Access-Control-Allow-Credentials', true);

    // Pass to next layer of middleware
    next();
});

Hope that helps!

html5 - canvas element - Multiple layers

I was having this same problem too, I while multiple canvas elements with position:absolute does the job, if you want to save the output into an image, that's not going to work.

So I went ahead and did a simple layering "system" to code as if each layer had its own code, but it all gets rendered into the same element.

https://github.com/federicojacobi/layeredCanvas

I intend to add extra capabilities, but for now it will do.

You can do multiple functions and call them in order to "fake" layers.

How to close activity and go back to previous activity in android

try this code instead of finish:

onBackPressed();

Line break in SSRS expression

UseEnvironment.NewLine instead of vbcrlf

how to clear the screen in python

If you mean the screen where you have that interpreter prompt >>> you can do CTRL+L on Bash shell can help. Windows does not have equivalent. You can do

import os
os.system('cls')  # on windows

or

os.system('clear')  # on linux / os x

Docker remove <none> TAG images

According to the docker documentation you can list only untagged (dangling) images with

$ docker images -f "dangling=true"

and redirect them to docker rmi command like that:

$ docker rmi $(docker images -f "dangling=true" -q) --force

Notice -q param thats only show numeric IDs of containers.

VHDL - How should I create a clock in a testbench?

Concurrent signal assignment:

library ieee;
use ieee.std_logic_1164.all;

entity foo is
end;
architecture behave of foo is
    signal clk: std_logic := '0';
begin
CLOCK:
clk <=  '1' after 0.5 ns when clk = '0' else
        '0' after 0.5 ns when clk = '1';
end;

ghdl -a foo.vhdl
ghdl -r foo --stop-time=10ns --wave=foo.ghw
ghdl:info: simulation stopped by --stop-time
gtkwave foo.ghw

enter image description here

Simulators simulate processes and it would be transformed into the equivalent process to your process statement. Simulation time implies the use of wait for or after when driving events for sensitivity clauses or sensitivity lists.

Proper usage of Optional.ifPresent()

You can use method reference like this:

user.ifPresent(ClassNameWhereMethodIs::doSomethingWithUser);

Method ifPresent() get Consumer object as a paremeter and (from JavaDoc): "If a value is present, invoke the specified consumer with the value." Value it is your variable user.

Or if this method doSomethingWithUser is in the User class and it is not static, you can use method reference like this:

user.ifPresent(this::doSomethingWithUser);

Playing a video in VideoView in Android

The code seems to be flawless! Simple and plain.
So it should work on the phone. The emulator is having hard time playing videos, it happened to me too.

Try increasing the required API level to the latest, it might help!

Right click on opened project, chose Properties > Android > check the latest version on the right side...

Igor

What is the theoretical maximum number of open TCP connections that a modern Linux box can have

A single listening port can accept more than one connection simultaneously.

There is a '64K' limit that is often cited, but that is per client per server port, and needs clarifying.

Each TCP/IP packet has basically four fields for addressing. These are:

source_ip source_port destination_ip destination_port
<----- client ------> <--------- server ------------>

Inside the TCP stack, these four fields are used as a compound key to match up packets to connections (e.g. file descriptors).

If a client has many connections to the same port on the same destination, then three of those fields will be the same - only source_port varies to differentiate the different connections. Ports are 16-bit numbers, therefore the maximum number of connections any given client can have to any given host port is 64K.

However, multiple clients can each have up to 64K connections to some server's port, and if the server has multiple ports or either is multi-homed then you can multiply that further.

So the real limit is file descriptors. Each individual socket connection is given a file descriptor, so the limit is really the number of file descriptors that the system has been configured to allow and resources to handle. The maximum limit is typically up over 300K, but is configurable e.g. with sysctl.

The realistic limits being boasted about for normal boxes are around 80K for example single threaded Jabber messaging servers.

Best way to store password in database

The best security practice is not to store the password at all (not even encrypted), but to store the salted hash (with a unique salt per password) of the encrypted password.

That way it is (practically) impossible to retrieve a plaintext password.

The static keyword and its various uses in C++

Static storage duration means that the variable resides in the same place in memory through the lifetime of the program.

Linkage is orthogonal to this.

I think this is the most important distinction you can make. Understand this and the rest, as well as remembering it, should come easy (not addressing @Tony directly, but whoever might read this in the future).

The keyword static can be used to denote internal linkage and static storage, but in essence these are different.

What does it mean with local variable? Is that a function local variable?

Yes. Regardless of when the variable is initialized (on first call to the function and when execution path reaches the declaration point), it will reside in the same place in memory for the life of the program. In this case, static gives it static storage.

Now what about the case with static and file scope? Are all global variables considered to have static storage duration by default?

Yes, all globals have by definition static storage duration (now that we cleared up what that means). But namespace scoped variables aren't declared with static, because that would give them internal linkage, so a variable per translation unit.

How does static relate to the linkage of a variable?

It gives namespace-scoped variables internal linkage. It gives members and local variables static storage duration.

Let's expand on all this:

//

static int x; //internal linkage
              //non-static storage - each translation unit will have its own copy of x
              //NOT A TRUE GLOBAL!

int y;        //static storage duration (can be used with extern)
              //actual global
              //external linkage
struct X
{
   static int x;     //static storage duration - shared between class instances 
};

void foo()
{
   static int x;     //static storage duration - shared between calls
}

This whole static keyword is downright confusing

Definitely, unless you're familiar with it. :) Trying to avoid adding new keywords to the language, the committee re-used this one, IMO, to this effect - confusion. It's used to signify different things (might I say, probably opposing things).

How to encode the filename parameter of Content-Disposition header in HTTP?

In PHP this did it for me (assuming the filename is UTF8 encoded):

header('Content-Disposition: attachment;'
    . 'filename="' . addslashes(utf8_decode($filename)) . '";'
    . 'filename*=utf-8\'\'' . rawurlencode($filename));

Tested against IE8-11, Firefox and Chrome.
If the browser can interpret filename*=utf-8 it will use the UTF8 version of the filename, else it will use the decoded filename. If your filename contains characters that can't be represented in ISO-8859-1 you might want to consider using iconv instead.

How to get main div container to align to centre?

You can text-align: center the body to center the container. Then text-align: left the container to get all the text, etc. to align left.

Use String.split() with multiple delimiters

The string you give split is the string form of a regular expression, so:

private void getId(String pdfName){
    String[]tokens = pdfName.split("[\\-.]");
}

That means to split on any character in the [] (we have to escape - with a backslash because it's special inside []; and of course we have to escape the backslash because this is a string). (Conversely, . is normally special but isn't special inside [].)

Deleting rows from parent and child tables

Here's a complete example of how it can be done. However you need flashback query privileges on the child table.

Here's the setup.

create table parent_tab
  (parent_id number primary key,
  val varchar2(20));

create table child_tab
    (child_id number primary key,
    parent_id number,
    child_val number,
     constraint child_par_fk foreign key (parent_id) references parent_tab);

insert into parent_tab values (1,'Red');
insert into parent_tab values (2,'Green');
insert into parent_tab values (3,'Blue');
insert into parent_tab values (4,'Black');
insert into parent_tab values (5,'White');

insert into child_tab values (10,1,100);
insert into child_tab values (20,3,100);
insert into child_tab values (30,3,100);
insert into child_tab values (40,4,100);
insert into child_tab values (50,5,200);

commit;

select * from parent_tab
where parent_id not in (select parent_id from child_tab);

Now delete a subset of the children (ones with parents 1,3 and 4 - but not 5).

delete from child_tab where child_val = 100;

Then get the parent_ids from the current COMMITTED state of the child_tab (ie as they were prior to your deletes) and remove those that your session has NOT deleted. That gives you the subset that have been deleted. You can then delete those out of the parent_tab

delete from parent_tab
where parent_id in
  (select parent_id from child_tab as of scn dbms_flashback.get_system_change_number
  minus
  select parent_id from child_tab);

'Green' is still there (as it didn't have an entry in the child table anyway) and 'Red' is still there (as it still has an entry in the child table)

select * from parent_tab
where parent_id not in (select parent_id from child_tab);

select * from parent_tab;

It is an exotic/unusual operation, so if i was doing it I'd probably be a bit cautious and lock both child and parent tables in exclusive mode at the start of the transaction. Also, if the child table was big it wouldn't be particularly performant so I'd opt for a PL/SQL solution like Rajesh's.

Twitter Bootstrap: Print content of modal window

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@media print{_x000D_
 body{_x000D_
  visibility: hidden; /* no print*/_x000D_
 }_x000D_
 .print{_x000D_
  _x000D_
  visibility:visible; /*print*/_x000D_
 }_x000D_
}
_x000D_
<body>_x000D_
  <div class="noprint"> <!---no print--->_x000D_
  <div class="noprint"> <!---no print--->_x000D_
  <div class="print">   <!---print--->_x000D_
  <div class="print">   <!---print--->_x000D_
_x000D_
_x000D_
</body>
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Bootstrap 3 navbar active li not changing background-color

in my case just removing background-image from nav-bar item solved the problem

.navbar-default .navbar-nav > .active > a:focus {
    .
    .
    .


    background-image: none;
}

How to reset a select element with jQuery

In your case (and in most use cases I have seen), all you need is:

$("#baba").val("");

Demo.

How can I join multiple SQL tables using the IDs?

Simple INNER JOIN VIEW code....

CREATE VIEW room_view
AS SELECT a.*,b.*
FROM j4_booking a INNER JOIN j4_scheduling b
on a.room_id = b.room_id;

Deleting rows with Python in a CSV file

You should have if row[2] != "0". Otherwise it's not checking to see if the string value is equal to 0.

Convert from DateTime to INT

Or, once it's already in SSIS, you could create a derived column (as part of some data flow task) with:

(DT_I8)FLOOR((DT_R8)systemDateTime)

But you'd have to test to doublecheck.

How to get document height and width without using jquery

This is a cross-browser solution:

var w = window.innerWidth || document.documentElement.clientWidth || document.body.clientWidth;
var h = window.innerHeight || document.documentElement.clientHeight || document.body.clientHeight;

Export database schema into SQL file

Have you tried the Generate Scripts (Right click, tasks, generate scripts) option in SQL Management Studio? Does that produce what you mean by a "SQL File"?

Mysql service is missing

If you wish to have your config file on a different path you have to give your service a name:

mysqld --install NAME --defaults-file=C:\my-opts2.cnf

You can also use the name to install multiple mysql services listening on different sockets if you need that for some reason. You can see why it's failing by copying the execution path and adding --console to the end in the terminal. Finally, you can modify the starting path of a service by regediting:

HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SYSTEM\CurrentControlSet\services\NAME

That works well but it isn't as useful because the windows service mechanism provides little logging capabilities.

What's the difference between a method and a function?

In C++, sometimes, method is used to reflect the notion of member function of a class. However, recently I found a statement in the book «The C++ Programming Language 4th Edition», on page 586 "Derived Classes"

A virtual function is sometimes called a method.

This is a little bit confusing, but he said sometimes, so it roughly makes sense, C++ creator tends to see methods as functions can be invoked on objects and can behave polymorphic.

Didn't find class "com.google.firebase.provider.FirebaseInitProvider"?

I had the same error and I solved it with MultiDex, like described on this link : https://developer.android.com/studio/build/multidex.html


Sometimes it is not enough just to enable MultiDex.

If any class that's required during startup is not provided in the primary DEX file, then your app crashes with the error java.lang.NoClassDefFoundError. https://developer.android.com/studio/build/multidex#keep

FirebaseInitProvider is required during startup.

So you must manually specify FirebaseInitProvider as required in the primary DEX file.

build.gradle file

android {
    buildTypes {
        release {
            multiDexKeepFile file('multidex-config.txt')
            ...
        }
    }
}

multidex-config.txt (in the same directory as the build.gradle file)

com/google/firebase/provider/FirebaseInitProvider.class

How to identify server IP address in PHP

If you are using PHP in bash shell you can use:

$server_name=exec('hostname');

Because $_SERVER[] SERVER_ADDR, HTTP_HOST and SERVER_NAME are not set.

Is it possible to use vh minus pixels in a CSS calc()?

It does work indeed. Issue was with my less compiler. It was compiled in to:

.container {
  min-height: calc(-51vh);
}

Fixed with the following code in less file:

.container {
  min-height: calc(~"100vh - 150px");
}

Thanks to this link: Less Aggressive Compilation with CSS3 calc

Find the most common element in a list

>>> li  = ['goose', 'duck', 'duck']

>>> def foo(li):
         st = set(li)
         mx = -1
         for each in st:
             temp = li.count(each):
             if mx < temp:
                 mx = temp 
                 h = each 
         return h

>>> foo(li)
'duck'

How can I trim leading and trailing white space?

Ad 1) To see white spaces you could directly call print.data.frame with modified arguments:

print(head(iris), quote=TRUE)
#   Sepal.Length Sepal.Width Petal.Length Petal.Width  Species
# 1        "5.1"       "3.5"        "1.4"       "0.2" "setosa"
# 2        "4.9"       "3.0"        "1.4"       "0.2" "setosa"
# 3        "4.7"       "3.2"        "1.3"       "0.2" "setosa"
# 4        "4.6"       "3.1"        "1.5"       "0.2" "setosa"
# 5        "5.0"       "3.6"        "1.4"       "0.2" "setosa"
# 6        "5.4"       "3.9"        "1.7"       "0.4" "setosa"

See also ?print.data.frame for other options.

How to send a header using a HTTP request through a curl call?

GET (multiple parameters):

curl -X  GET "http://localhost:3000/action?result1=gh&result2=ghk"

or

curl --request  GET "http://localhost:3000/action?result1=gh&result2=ghk"

or

curl  "http://localhost:3000/action?result1=gh&result2=ghk"

or

curl -i -H "Application/json" -H "Content-type: application/json"  "http://localhost:3000/action?result1=gh&result2=ghk"

How to add 10 minutes to my (String) time?

I used the code below to add a certain time interval to the current time.

    int interval = 30;  
    SimpleDateFormat df = new SimpleDateFormat("HH:mm");
    Calendar time = Calendar.getInstance();

    Log.i("Time ", String.valueOf(df.format(time.getTime())));

    time.add(Calendar.MINUTE, interval);

    Log.i("New Time ", String.valueOf(df.format(time.getTime())));

Disable browser cache for entire ASP.NET website

I implemented all the previous answers and still had one view that did not work correctly.

It turned out the name of the view I was having the problem with was named 'Recent'. Apparently this confused the Internet Explorer browser.

After I changed the view name (in the controller) to a different name (I chose to 'Recent5'), the solutions above started to work.

How to start IDLE (Python editor) without using the shortcut on Windows Vista?

If you just have a Python shell running, type:

import idlelib.PyShell
idlelib.PyShell.main()

Read file As String

this is working for me

i use this path

String FILENAME_PATH =  "/mnt/sdcard/Download/Version";

public static String getStringFromFile (String filePath) throws Exception {
    File fl = new File(filePath);
    FileInputStream fin = new FileInputStream(fl);
    String ret = convertStreamToString(fin);
    //Make sure you close all streams.
    fin.close();        
    return ret;

}

How to convert data.frame column from Factor to numeric

From ?factor:

To transform a factor f to approximately its original numeric values, as.numeric(levels(f))[f] is recommended and slightly more efficient than as.numeric(as.character(f)).

How to upgrade rubygems

I wouldn't use the debian packages, have a look at RVM or Rbenv.

Laravel Eloquent groupBy() AND also return count of each group

This works for me (Laravel 5.1):

$user_info = Usermeta::groupBy('browser')->select('browser', DB::raw('count(*) as total'))->get();

How do I write data to csv file in columns and rows from a list in python?

>>> import csv
>>> with open('test.csv', 'wb') as f:
...     wtr = csv.writer(f, delimiter= ' ')
...     wtr.writerows( [[1, 2], [2, 3], [4, 5]])
...
>>> with open('test.csv', 'r') as f:
...     for line in f:
...         print line,
...
1 2 <<=== Exactly what you said that you wanted.
2 3
4 5
>>>

To get it so that it can be loaded sensibly by Excel, you need to use a comma (the csv default) as the delimiter, unless you are in a locale (e.g. Europe) where you need a semicolon.

'Microsoft.ACE.OLEDB.12.0' provider is not registered on the local machine

1.) Verify your connection string with ConnectionStrings.com.

2.) Make sure you have the correct database engine installed. These were the two database engines that helped me.

Microsoft Access Database Engine 2010 Redistributable

2007 Office System Driver: Data Connectivity Components

3.) There could be an issue with your build target platform being "Any CPU", it may need to be "X86" (Properties, Build, Platform Target).

How to use Chrome's network debugger with redirects

This has been changed since v32, thanks to @Daniel Alexiuc & @Thanatos for their comments.


Current (= v32)

At the top of the "Network" tab of DevTools, there's a checkbox to switch on the "Preserve log" functionality. If it is checked, the network log is preserved on page load.

Chrome v33 DevTools Network Tab: Preserve Log

The little red dot on the left now has the purpose to switch network logging on and off completely.


Older versions

In older versions of Chrome (v21 here), there's a little, clickable red dot in the footer of the "Network" tab.

Chrome v22 DevTools Network Tab: Preserve Log Upon Navigation

If you hover over it, it will tell you, that it will "Preserve Log Upon Navigation" when it is activated. It holds the promise.