Programs & Examples On #Neuroscience

Sending mail from Python using SMTP

Make sure you don't have any firewalls blocking SMTP. The first time I tried to send an email, it was blocked both by Windows Firewall and McAfee - took forever to find them both.

Creating an index on a table variable

If Table variable has large data, then instead of table variable(@table) create temp table (#table).table variable doesn't allow to create index after insert.

 CREATE TABLE #Table(C1 int,       
  C2 NVarchar(100) , C3 varchar(100)
  UNIQUE CLUSTERED (c1) 
 ); 
  1. Create table with unique clustered index

  2. Insert data into Temp "#Table" table

  3. Create non clustered indexes.

     CREATE NONCLUSTERED INDEX IX1  ON #Table (C2,C3);
    

Generate Row Serial Numbers in SQL Query

ALTER function dbo.FN_ReturnNumberRows(@Start int, @End int) returns @Numbers table (Number int) as
begin
    insert into @Numbers
    select n = ROW_NUMBER() OVER (ORDER BY n)+@Start-1 from (
    select top (@End-@Start+1) 1 as n from information_schema.columns as A
        cross join information_schema.columns as B
        cross join information_schema.columns as C
        cross join information_schema.columns as D
        cross join information_schema.columns as E) X
    return
end
GO

select * from dbo.FN_ReturnNumberRows(10,9999)

while EOF in JAVA?

Each call to nextLine() moves onto the next line, so when you are actually at the last readable line and the while check passes inspection, the next call to nextLine() will return EOF.


Perhaps you could do one of the following instead:

If fileReader is of type Scanner:

while ((line = fileReader.hasNextLine()) != null) {
    String line = fileReader.nextLine(); 
    System.out.println(line);
}

If fileReader is of type BufferedReader:

String line;
while ((line = fileReader.readLine()) != null) {
    System.out.println(line);
}

So you're reading the current line in the while condition and saving the line in a string for later use.

On - window.location.hash - Change?

A decent implementation can be found at http://code.google.com/p/reallysimplehistory/. The only (but also) problem and bug it has is: in Internet Explorer modifying the location hash manually will reset the entire history stack (this is a browser issue and it cannot be solved).

Note, Internet Explorer 8 does have support for the "hashchange" event, and since it is becoming part of HTML5 you may expect other browsers to catch up.

Select every Nth element in CSS

Try this

div:nth-child(4n+4)

get unique machine id

The following site uses System.Management to accomplish the same is a very sleek way in a console application

Modular multiplicative inverse function in Python

Here is a one-liner for CodeFights; it is one of the shortest solutions:

MMI = lambda A, n,s=1,t=0,N=0: (n < 2 and t%N or MMI(n, A%n, t, s-A//n*t, N or n),-1)[n<1]

It will return -1 if A has no multiplicative inverse in n.

Usage:

MMI(23, 99) # returns 56
MMI(18, 24) # return -1

The solution uses the Extended Euclidean Algorithm.

How do I set a cookie on HttpClient's HttpRequestMessage

The accepted answer is the correct way to do this in most cases. However, there are some situations where you want to set the cookie header manually. Normally if you set a "Cookie" header it is ignored, but that's because HttpClientHandler defaults to using its CookieContainer property for cookies. If you disable that then by setting UseCookies to false you can set cookie headers manually and they will appear in the request, e.g.

var baseAddress = new Uri("http://example.com");
using (var handler = new HttpClientHandler { UseCookies = false })
using (var client = new HttpClient(handler) { BaseAddress = baseAddress })
{
    var message = new HttpRequestMessage(HttpMethod.Get, "/test");
    message.Headers.Add("Cookie", "cookie1=value1; cookie2=value2");
    var result = await client.SendAsync(message);
    result.EnsureSuccessStatusCode();
}

From io.Reader to string in Go

data, _ := ioutil.ReadAll(response.Body)
fmt.Println(string(data))

Can Twitter Bootstrap alerts fade in as well as out?

I don't agree with the way that Bootstrap uses fade in (as seen in their documentation - http://v4-alpha.getbootstrap.com/components/alerts/), and my suggestion is to avoid the class names fade and in, and to avoid that pattern in general (which is currently seen in the top-rated answer to this question).

(1) The semantics are wrong - transitions are temporary, but the class names live on. So why should we name our classes fade and fade in? It should be faded and faded-in, so that when developers read the markup, it's clear that those elements were faded or faded-in. The Bootstrap team has already done away with hide for hidden, why is fade any different?

(2) Using 2 classes fade and in for a single transition pollutes the class space. And, it's not clear that fade and in are associated with one another. The in class looks like a completely independent class, like alert and alert-success.

The best solution is to use faded when the element has been faded out, and to replace that class with faded-in when the element has been faded in.

Alert Faded

So to answer the question. I think the alert markup, style, and logic should be written in the following manner. Note: Feel free to replace the jQuery logic, if you're using vanilla javascript.

HTML

<div id="saveAlert" class="alert alert-success">
  <a class="close" href="#">×</a>
  <p><strong>Well done!</strong> You successfully read this alert message.</p>
</div>

CSS

.faded {
  opacity: 0;
  transition: opacity 1s;
}

JQuery

$('#saveAlert .close').on('click', function () {

  $("#saveAlert")
    .addClass('faded');

});

clear data inside text file in c++

As far as I am aware, simply opening the file in write mode without append mode will erase the contents of the file.

ofstream file("filename.txt"); // Without append
ofstream file("filename.txt", ios::app); // with append

The first one will place the position bit at the beginning erasing all contents while the second version will place the position bit at the end-of-file bit and write from there.

Is 'bool' a basic datatype in C++?

C is meant to be a step above assembly language. The C if-statement is really just syntactical sugar for "branch-if-zero", so the idea of booleans as an independent datatype was a foreign concept at the time. (1)

Even now, C/C++ booleans are usually little more than an alias for a single byte data type. As such, it's really more of a purposing label than an independent datatype.

(1) Of course, modern compilers are a bit more advanced in their handling of if statements. This is from the standpoint of C as a new language.

Remove directory from remote repository after adding them to .gitignore

The rules in your .gitignore file only apply to untracked files. Since the files under that directory were already committed in your repository, you have to unstage them, create a commit, and push that to GitHub:

git rm -r --cached some-directory
git commit -m 'Remove the now ignored directory "some-directory"'
git push origin master

You can't delete the file from your history without rewriting the history of your repository - you shouldn't do this if anyone else is working with your repository, or you're using it from multiple computers. If you still want to do that, you can use git filter-branch to rewrite the history - there is a helpful guide to that here.

Additionally, note the output from git rm -r --cached some-directory will be something like:

rm 'some-directory/product/cache/1/small_image/130x130/small_image.jpg'
rm 'some-directory/product/cache/1/small_image/135x/small_image.jpg'
rm 'some-directory/.htaccess'
rm 'some-directory/logo.jpg'

The rm is feedback from git about the repository; the files are still in the working directory.

How to stop an app on Heroku?

To completely 'stop' your app you can scale the web dynos down to zero which effectively takes all your app http-processes offline.

$ heroku ps:scale web=0
Scaling web processes... done, now running 0

Regex: match word that ends with "Id"

This may do the trick:

\b\p{L}*Id\b

Where \p{L} matches any (Unicode) letter and \b matches a word boundary.

Delete all duplicate rows Excel vba

The duplicate values in any column can be deleted with a simple for loop.

Sub remove()
Dim a As Long
For a = Cells(Rows.Count, 1).End(xlUp).Row To 1 Step -1
If WorksheetFunction.CountIf(Range("A1:A" & a), Cells(a, 1)) > 1 Then Rows(a).Delete
Next
End Sub

Make div fill remaining space along the main axis in flexbox

Use the flex-grow property to make a flex item consume free space on the main axis.

This property will expand the item as much as possible, adjusting the length to dynamic environments, such as screen re-sizing or the addition / removal of other items.

A common example is flex-grow: 1 or, using the shorthand property, flex: 1.

Hence, instead of width: 96% on your div, use flex: 1.


You wrote:

So at the moment, it's set to 96% which looks OK until you really squash the screen - then the right hand div gets a bit starved of the space it needs.

The squashing of the fixed-width div is related to another flex property: flex-shrink

By default, flex items are set to flex-shrink: 1 which enables them to shrink in order to prevent overflow of the container.

To disable this feature use flex-shrink: 0.

For more details see The flex-shrink factor section in the answer here:


Learn more about flex alignment along the main axis here:

Learn more about flex alignment along the cross axis here:

How to return a value from pthread threads in C?

I think you have to store the number on heap. The int ret variable was on stack and was destructed at the end of execution of function myThread.

void *myThread()
{
       int *ret = malloc(sizeof(int));
       if (ret == NULL) {
           // ...
       }
       *ret = 42;
       pthread_exit(ret);
}

Don't forget to free it when you don't need it :)

Another solution is to return the number as value of the pointer, like Neil Butterworth suggests.

Error - Android resource linking failed (AAPT2 27.0.3 Daemon #0)

Had exactly the same problem. Solved it by doing the following: Searching for and replacing com.android.support:support-v4:+ with com.android.support:support-v4:27.1.0 in the platform/android directory.

Also I had to add the following code to the platforms/android/app/build.gradle and platforms/android/build.gradle files:

configurations.all {
resolutionStrategy {
    force 'com.android.support:support-v4:27.1.0'
}}

Edited to answer "Where is this com.android.support:support-v4:+ setting ?" ...

The setting will probably(in this case) be in one of your plugin's .gradle file in the platform/android/ directory, for example in my case it was the starter-barcodescanner plugin so just go through all your plugins .gradle files :

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Double check the platforms/android/build.gradle file.

Hope this helps.

Adding a HTTP header to the Angular HttpClient doesn't send the header, why?

First, you need to add HttpHeaders with HttpClient

import { HttpClient,HttpHeaders  } from '@angular/common/http';

your constructor should be like this.

constructor(private http: HttpClient) { }

then you can use like this

   let header = new HttpHeaders({ "Authorization": "Bearer "+token});

   const requestOptions = {  headers: header};                                                                                                                                                                            

    return this.http.get<any>(url, requestOptions)
        .toPromise()
        .then(data=> {
            //...
            return data;
    });

printf() prints whole array

Incase of arrays, the base address (i.e. address of the array) is the address of the 1st element in the array. Also the array name acts as a pointer.

Consider a row of houses (each is an element in the array). To identify the row, you only need the 1st house address.You know each house is followed by the next (sequential).Getting the address of the 1st house, will also give you the address of the row.

Incase of string literals(character arrays defined at declaration), they are automatically appended by \0.

printf prints using the format specifier and the address provided. Since, you use %s it prints from the 1st address (incrementing the pointer using arithmetic) until '\0'

Pandas df.to_csv("file.csv" encode="utf-8") still gives trash characters for minus sign

Your "bad" output is UTF-8 displayed as CP1252.

On Windows, many editors assume the default ANSI encoding (CP1252 on US Windows) instead of UTF-8 if there is no byte order mark (BOM) character at the start of the file. While a BOM is meaningless to the UTF-8 encoding, its UTF-8-encoded presence serves as a signature for some programs. For example, Microsoft Office's Excel requires it even on non-Windows OSes. Try:

df.to_csv('file.csv',encoding='utf-8-sig')

That encoder will add the BOM.

Java 8 Iterable.forEach() vs foreach loop

TL;DR: List.stream().forEach() was the fastest.

I felt I should add my results from benchmarking iteration. I took a very simple approach (no benchmarking frameworks) and benchmarked 5 different methods:

  1. classic for
  2. classic foreach
  3. List.forEach()
  4. List.stream().forEach()
  5. List.parallelStream().forEach

the testing procedure and parameters

private List<Integer> list;
private final int size = 1_000_000;

public MyClass(){
    list = new ArrayList<>();
    Random rand = new Random();
    for (int i = 0; i < size; ++i) {
        list.add(rand.nextInt(size * 50));
    }    
}
private void doIt(Integer i) {
    i *= 2; //so it won't get JITed out
}

The list in this class shall be iterated over and have some doIt(Integer i) applied to all it's members, each time via a different method. in the Main class I run the tested method three times to warm up the JVM. I then run the test method 1000 times summing the time it takes for each iteration method (using System.nanoTime()). After that's done i divide that sum by 1000 and that's the result, average time. example:

myClass.fored();
myClass.fored();
myClass.fored();
for (int i = 0; i < reps; ++i) {
    begin = System.nanoTime();
    myClass.fored();
    end = System.nanoTime();
    nanoSum += end - begin;
}
System.out.println(nanoSum / reps);

I ran this on a i5 4 core CPU, with java version 1.8.0_05

classic for

for(int i = 0, l = list.size(); i < l; ++i) {
    doIt(list.get(i));
}

execution time: 4.21 ms

classic foreach

for(Integer i : list) {
    doIt(i);
}

execution time: 5.95 ms

List.forEach()

list.forEach((i) -> doIt(i));

execution time: 3.11 ms

List.stream().forEach()

list.stream().forEach((i) -> doIt(i));

execution time: 2.79 ms

List.parallelStream().forEach

list.parallelStream().forEach((i) -> doIt(i));

execution time: 3.6 ms

3 column layout HTML/CSS

.container{
height:100px;
width:500px;
border:2px dotted #F00;
border-left:none;
border-right:none;
text-align:center;
}
.container div{
display: inline-block;
border-left: 2px dotted #ccc;
vertical-align: middle;
line-height: 100px;
} 
 .column-left{ float: left; width: 32%;  height:100px;}
.column-right{ float: right; width: 32%;  height:100px; border-right: 2px dotted #ccc;}
.column-center{ display: inline-block; width: 33%; height:100px;}

 <div class="container">
   <div class="column-left">Column left</div>
   <div class="column-center">Column center</div>
   <div class="column-right">Column right</div>
</div> 

See this link http://jsfiddle.net/bipin_kumar/XD8RW/2/

How to convert a JSON string to a dictionary?

With Swift 3, JSONSerialization has a method called json?Object(with:?options:?). json?Object(with:?options:?) has the following declaration:

class func jsonObject(with data: Data, options opt: JSONSerialization.ReadingOptions = []) throws -> Any

Returns a Foundation object from given JSON data.

When you use json?Object(with:?options:?), you have to deal with error handling (try, try? or try!) and type casting (from Any). Therefore, you can solve your problem with one of the following patterns.


#1. Using a method that throws and returns a non-optional type

import Foundation

func convertToDictionary(from text: String) throws -> [String: String] {
    guard let data = text.data(using: .utf8) else { return [:] }
    let anyResult: Any = try JSONSerialization.jsonObject(with: data, options: [])
    return anyResult as? [String: String] ?? [:]
}

Usage:

let string1 = "{\"City\":\"Paris\"}"
do {
    let dictionary = try convertToDictionary(from: string1)
    print(dictionary) // prints: ["City": "Paris"]
} catch {
    print(error)
}
let string2 = "{\"Quantity\":100}"
do {
    let dictionary = try convertToDictionary(from: string2)
    print(dictionary) // prints [:]
} catch {
    print(error)
}
let string3 = "{\"Object\"}"
do {
    let dictionary = try convertToDictionary(from: string3)
    print(dictionary)
} catch {
    print(error) // prints: Error Domain=NSCocoaErrorDomain Code=3840 "No value for key in object around character 9." UserInfo={NSDebugDescription=No value for key in object around character 9.}
}

#2. Using a method that throws and returns an optional type

import Foundation

func convertToDictionary(from text: String) throws -> [String: String]? {
    guard let data = text.data(using: .utf8) else { return [:] }
    let anyResult: Any = try JSONSerialization.jsonObject(with: data, options: [])
    return anyResult as? [String: String]
}

Usage:

let string1 = "{\"City\":\"Paris\"}"
do {
    let dictionary = try convertToDictionary(from: string1)
    print(String(describing: dictionary)) // prints: Optional(["City": "Paris"])
} catch {
    print(error)
}
let string2 = "{\"Quantity\":100}"
do {
    let dictionary = try convertToDictionary(from: string2)
    print(String(describing: dictionary)) // prints nil
} catch {
    print(error)
}
let string3 = "{\"Object\"}"
do {
    let dictionary = try convertToDictionary(from: string3)
    print(String(describing: dictionary))
} catch {
    print(error) // prints: Error Domain=NSCocoaErrorDomain Code=3840 "No value for key in object around character 9." UserInfo={NSDebugDescription=No value for key in object around character 9.}
}

#3. Using a method that does not throw and returns a non-optional type

import Foundation

func convertToDictionary(from text: String) -> [String: String] {
    guard let data = text.data(using: .utf8) else { return [:] }
    let anyResult: Any? = try? JSONSerialization.jsonObject(with: data, options: [])
    return anyResult as? [String: String] ?? [:]
}

Usage:

let string1 = "{\"City\":\"Paris\"}"
let dictionary1 = convertToDictionary(from: string1)
print(dictionary1) // prints: ["City": "Paris"]
let string2 = "{\"Quantity\":100}"
let dictionary2 = convertToDictionary(from: string2)
print(dictionary2) // prints: [:]
let string3 = "{\"Object\"}"
let dictionary3 = convertToDictionary(from: string3)
print(dictionary3) // prints: [:]

#4. Using a method that does not throw and returns an optional type

import Foundation

func convertToDictionary(from text: String) -> [String: String]? {
    guard let data = text.data(using: .utf8) else { return nil }
    let anyResult = try? JSONSerialization.jsonObject(with: data, options: [])
    return anyResult as? [String: String]
}

Usage:

let string1 = "{\"City\":\"Paris\"}"
let dictionary1 = convertToDictionary(from: string1)
print(String(describing: dictionary1)) // prints: Optional(["City": "Paris"])
let string2 = "{\"Quantity\":100}"
let dictionary2 = convertToDictionary(from: string2)
print(String(describing: dictionary2)) // prints: nil
let string3 = "{\"Object\"}"
let dictionary3 = convertToDictionary(from: string3)
print(String(describing: dictionary3)) // prints: nil

Foreign Key naming scheme

Try using upper-cased Version 4 UUID with first octet replaced by FK and '_' (underscore) instead of '-' (dash).

E.g.

  • FK_4VPO_K4S2_A6M1_RQLEYLT1VQYV
  • FK_1786_45A6_A17C_F158C0FB343E
  • FK_45A5_4CFA_84B0_E18906927B53

Rationale is the following

  • Strict generation algorithm => uniform names;
  • Key length is less than 30 characters, which is naming length limitation in Oracle (before 12c);
  • If your entity name changes you don't need to rename your FK like in entity-name based approach (if DB supports table rename operator);
  • One would seldom use foreign key constraint's name. E.g. DB tool usually shows what the constraint applies to. No need to be afraid of cryptic look, because you can avoid using it for "decryption".

Auto expand a textarea using jQuery

This worked for me better:

_x000D_
_x000D_
$('.resiText').on('keyup input', function() { _x000D_
$(this).css('height', 'auto').css('height', this.scrollHeight + (this.offsetHeight - this.clientHeight));_x000D_
});
_x000D_
.resiText {_x000D_
    box-sizing: border-box;_x000D_
    resize: none;_x000D_
}
_x000D_
<script src="https://ajax.googleapis.com/ajax/libs/jquery/2.1.1/jquery.min.js"></script>_x000D_
<textarea class="resiText"></textarea>
_x000D_
_x000D_
_x000D_

How to remove MySQL root password

I have also been through this problem,

First i tried setting my password of root to blank using command :

SET PASSWORD FOR root@localhost=PASSWORD('');

But don't be happy , PHPMYADMIN uses 127.0.0.1 not localhost , i know you would say both are same but that is not the case , use the command mentioned underneath and you are done.

SET PASSWORD FOR [email protected]=PASSWORD('');

Just replace localhost with 127.0.0.1 and you are done .

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

I have done some analysis about this issue on four popular browser versions.

  1. the style tag simple displays the characters in uppercase but, the control value still remains as lowercase
  2. the keypress functionality using the char code displayed above is a bit worry some as in firefox chrome and safari it disables the feature to Ctrl + V into the control.
  3. the other issue with using character level to upper case is also not translating the whole string to upper case.
  4. the answer I found is to implement this on keyup in conjunction with the style tag.

    <-- form name="frmTest" -->
    <-- input type="text" size=100 class="ucasetext" name="textBoxUCase" id="textBoxUCase" -->
    <-- /form -->
    
    window.onload = function() {
        var input = document.frmTest.textBoxUCase;
        input.onkeyup = function() {
            input.value = input.value.toUpperCase();
        }
    };
    

css to make bootstrap navbar transparent

<nav class="navbar navbar-fixed-top navbar-light" style="background-color: transparent;">

<!--This should work just fine. it will make it transparent. hope i helped!-->

Why is the console window closing immediately once displayed my output?

The program immediately closes because there's nothing stopping it from closing. Insert a breakpoint at return 0; or add Console.Read(); before return 0; to prevent the program from closing.

Remove all constraints affecting a UIView

(As of July 31, 2017)

SWIFT 3

self.yourCustomView.removeFromSuperview()
self.yourCustomViewParentView.addSubview(self.yourCustomView)

Objective C

[self.yourCustomView removeFromSuperview];
[self.yourCustomViewParentView addSubview:self.yourCustomView];

This is the easiest way to quickly remove all constraints that exist on a UIView. Just be sure to add the UIView back with it's new constraints or new frame afterwards =)

java.lang.NoClassDefFoundError: com/fasterxml/jackson/core/JsonFactory

Solved the problem by upgrading the dependency to below version

<dependency>
    <groupId>com.fasterxml.jackson.core</groupId>
    <artifactId>jackson-core</artifactId>
    <version>2.9.8</version>
</dependency>

Auto code completion on Eclipse

I had a similar issue when I switched from IntellijIDEA to Eclipse. It can be done in the following steps. Go to Window > Preferences > Java > Editor > Content Assist and type ._abcdefghijklmnopqrstuvwxyzS in the Auto activation triggers for Java field

Struct memory layout in C

It's implementation-specific, but in practice the rule (in the absence of #pragma pack or the like) is:

  • Struct members are stored in the order they are declared. (This is required by the C99 standard, as mentioned here earlier.)
  • If necessary, padding is added before each struct member, to ensure correct alignment.
  • Each primitive type T requires an alignment of sizeof(T) bytes.

So, given the following struct:

struct ST
{
   char ch1;
   short s;
   char ch2;
   long long ll;
   int i;
};
  • ch1 is at offset 0
  • a padding byte is inserted to align...
  • s at offset 2
  • ch2 is at offset 4, immediately after s
  • 3 padding bytes are inserted to align...
  • ll at offset 8
  • i is at offset 16, right after ll
  • 4 padding bytes are added at the end so that the overall struct is a multiple of 8 bytes. I checked this on a 64-bit system: 32-bit systems may allow structs to have 4-byte alignment.

So sizeof(ST) is 24.

It can be reduced to 16 bytes by rearranging the members to avoid padding:

struct ST
{
   long long ll; // @ 0
   int i;        // @ 8
   short s;      // @ 12
   char ch1;     // @ 14
   char ch2;     // @ 15
} ST;

Python reading from a file and saving to utf-8

Process text to and from Unicode at the I/O boundaries of your program using open with the encoding parameter. Make sure to use the (hopefully documented) encoding of the file being read. The default encoding varies by OS (specifically, locale.getpreferredencoding(False) is the encoding used), so I recommend always explicitly using the encoding parameter for portability and clarity (Python 3 syntax below):

with open(filename, 'r', encoding='utf8') as f:
    text = f.read()

# process Unicode text

with open(filename, 'w', encoding='utf8') as f:
    f.write(text)

If still using Python 2 or for Python 2/3 compatibility, the io module implements open with the same semantics as Python 3's open and exists in both versions:

import io
with io.open(filename, 'r', encoding='utf8') as f:
    text = f.read()

# process Unicode text

with io.open(filename, 'w', encoding='utf8') as f:
    f.write(text)

Change line width of lines in matplotlib pyplot legend

@ImportanceOfBeingErnest 's answer is good if you only want to change the linewidth inside the legend box. But I think it is a bit more complex since you have to copy the handles before changing legend linewidth. Besides, it can not change the legend label fontsize. The following two methods can not only change the linewidth but also the legend label text font size in a more concise way.

Method 1

import numpy as np
import matplotlib.pyplot as plt

# make some data
x = np.linspace(0, 2*np.pi)

y1 = np.sin(x)
y2 = np.cos(x)

# plot sin(x) and cos(x)
fig = plt.figure()
ax  = fig.add_subplot(111)
ax.plot(x, y1, c='b', label='y1')
ax.plot(x, y2, c='r', label='y2')

leg = plt.legend()
# get the individual lines inside legend and set line width
for line in leg.get_lines():
    line.set_linewidth(4)
# get label texts inside legend and set font size
for text in leg.get_texts():
    text.set_fontsize('x-large')

plt.savefig('leg_example')
plt.show()

Method 2

import numpy as np
import matplotlib.pyplot as plt

# make some data
x = np.linspace(0, 2*np.pi)

y1 = np.sin(x)
y2 = np.cos(x)

# plot sin(x) and cos(x)
fig = plt.figure()
ax  = fig.add_subplot(111)
ax.plot(x, y1, c='b', label='y1')
ax.plot(x, y2, c='r', label='y2')

leg = plt.legend()
# get the lines and texts inside legend box
leg_lines = leg.get_lines()
leg_texts = leg.get_texts()
# bulk-set the properties of all lines and texts
plt.setp(leg_lines, linewidth=4)
plt.setp(leg_texts, fontsize='x-large')
plt.savefig('leg_example')
plt.show()

The above two methods produce the same output image:

output image

java.net.SocketException: Connection reset

In my experience, I often encounter the following situations;

  1. If you work in a corporate company, contact the network and security team. Because in requests made to external services, it may be necessary to give permission for the relevant endpoint.

  2. Another issue is that the SSL certificate may have expired on the server where your application is running.

How to unpackage and repackage a WAR file

I am sure there is ANT tags to do it but have used this 7zip hack in .bat script. I use http://www.7-zip.org/ command line tool. All the times I use this for changing jdbc url within j2ee context.xml file.

mkdir .\temp-install
c:\apps\commands\7za.exe x -y mywebapp.war META-INF/context.xml -otemp-install\mywebapp
..here I have small tool to replace text in xml file..
c:\apps\commands\7za.exe u -y -tzip mywebapp.war ./temp-install/mywebapp/*
rmdir /Q /S .\temp-install

You could extract entire .war file (its zip after all), delete files, replace files, add files, modify files and repackage to .war archive file. But changing one file in a large .war archive this might be best extracting specific file and then update original archive.

TempData keep() vs peek()

When an object in a TempDataDictionary is read, it will be marked for deletion at the end of that request.

That means if you put something on TempData like

TempData["value"] = "someValueForNextRequest";

And on another request you access it, the value will be there but as soon as you read it, the value will be marked for deletion:

//second request, read value and is marked for deletion
object value = TempData["value"];

//third request, value is not there as it was deleted at the end of the second request
TempData["value"] == null

The Peek and Keep methods allow you to read the value without marking it for deletion. Say we get back to the first request where the value was saved to TempData.

With Peek you get the value without marking it for deletion with a single call, see msdn:

//second request, PEEK value so it is not deleted at the end of the request
object value = TempData.Peek("value");

//third request, read value and mark it for deletion
object value = TempData["value"];

With Keep you specify a key that was marked for deletion that you want to keep. Retrieving the object and later on saving it from deletion are 2 different calls. See msdn

//second request, get value marking it from deletion
object value = TempData["value"];
//later on decide to keep it
TempData.Keep("value");

//third request, read value and mark it for deletion
object value = TempData["value"];

You can use Peek when you always want to retain the value for another request. Use Keep when retaining the value depends on additional logic.

You have 2 good questions about how TempData works here and here

Hope it helps!

How to display a json array in table format?

var data = [
    {
        id : "001",
        name : "apple",
        category : "fruit",
        color : "red"
    },
    {
        id : "002",
        name : "melon",
        category : "fruit",
        color : "green"
    },
    {
        id : "003",
        name : "banana",
        category : "fruit",
        color : "yellow"
    }
];

for(var i = 0, len = data.length; i < length; i++) {
    var temp = '<tr><td>' + data[i].id + '</td>';
    temp+= '<td>' + data[i].name+ '</td>';
    temp+= '<td>' + data[i].category + '</td>';
    temp+= '<td>' + data[i].color + '</td></tr>';
    $('table tbody').append(temp));
}

Force “landscape” orientation mode

It is now possible with the HTML5 webapp manifest. See below.


Original answer:

You can't lock a website or a web application in a specific orientation. It goes against the natural behaviour of the device.

You can detect the device orientation with CSS3 media queries like this:

@media screen and (orientation:portrait) {
    // CSS applied when the device is in portrait mode
}

@media screen and (orientation:landscape) {
    // CSS applied when the device is in landscape mode
}

Or by binding a JavaScript orientation change event like this:

document.addEventListener("orientationchange", function(event){
    switch(window.orientation) 
    {  
        case -90: case 90:
            /* Device is in landscape mode */
            break; 
        default:
            /* Device is in portrait mode */
    }
});

Update on November 12, 2014: It is now possible with the HTML5 webapp manifest.

As explained on html5rocks.com, you can now force the orientation mode using a manifest.json file.

You need to include those line into the json file:

{
    "display":      "standalone", /* Could be "fullscreen", "standalone", "minimal-ui", or "browser" */
    "orientation":  "landscape", /* Could be "landscape" or "portrait" */
    ...
}

And you need to include the manifest into your html file like this:

<link rel="manifest" href="manifest.json">

Not exactly sure what the support is on the webapp manifest for locking orientation mode, but Chrome is definitely there. Will update when I have the info.

How to create an empty R vector to add new items

To create an empty vector use:

vec <- c();

Please note, I am not making any assumptions about the type of vector you require, e.g. numeric.

Once the vector has been created you can add elements to it as follows:

For example, to add the numeric value 1:

vec <- c(vec, 1);

or, to add a string value "a"

vec <- c(vec, "a");

Most efficient way to get table row count

Following is the most performant way to find the next AUTO_INCREMENT value for a table. This is quick even on databases housing millions of tables, because it does not require querying the potentially large information_schema database.

mysql> SHOW TABLE STATUS LIKE 'table_name';
// Look for the Auto_increment column

However, if you must retrieve this value in a query, then to the information_schema database you must go.

SELECT `AUTO_INCREMENT`
FROM   INFORMATION_SCHEMA.TABLES
WHERE  TABLE_SCHEMA = 'DatabaseName'
AND    TABLE_NAME   = 'TableName';

Number of occurrences of a character in a string

Your string example looks like the query string part of a GET. If so, note that HttpContext has some help for you

int numberOfArgs = HttpContext.Current.QueryString.Count;

For more of what you can do with QueryString, see NameValueCollection

How do I tell if .NET 3.5 SP1 is installed?

I came to this page while trying to figure out how to detect the framework versions installed on a server without access to remote desktop or registry, so Danny V's answer worked for me.

string path = System.Environment.SystemDirectory;
path = path.Substring( 0, path.LastIndexOf('\\') );
path = Path.Combine( path, "Microsoft.NET" );
// C:\WINDOWS\Microsoft.NET\

string[] versions = new string[]{
    "Framework\\v1.0.3705",
    "Framework64\\v1.0.3705",
    "Framework\\v1.1.4322",
    "Framework64\\v1.1.4322",
    "Framework\\v2.0.50727",
    "Framework64\\v2.0.50727",
    "Framework\\v3.0",
    "Framework64\\v3.0",
    "Framework\\v3.5",
    "Framework64\\v3.5",
    "Framework\\v3.5\\Microsoft .NET Framework 3.5 SP1",
    "Framework64\\v3.5\\Microsoft .NET Framework 3.5 SP1",
    "Framework\\v4.0",
    "Framework64\\v4.0"
};

foreach( string version in versions )
{
    string versionPath = Path.Combine( path, version );

    DirectoryInfo dir = new DirectoryInfo( versionPath );
    if( dir.Exists )
    {
        Response.Output.Write( "{0}<br/>", version );
    }
}

How can I enable the Windows Server Task Scheduler History recording?

Here is where I found it on a Windows 2008R2 server. Elevated Task Scheduler Click on "Task Scheduler Library" It appears as an option on the right hand "Actions" panel.

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Python - List of unique dictionaries

Pretty straightforward option:

L = [
    {'id':1,'name':'john', 'age':34},
    {'id':1,'name':'john', 'age':34},
    {'id':2,'name':'hanna', 'age':30},
    ]


D = dict()
for l in L: D[l['id']] = l
output = list(D.values())
print output

AngularJS accessing DOM elements inside directive template

This answer comes a little bit late, but I just was in a similar need.

Observing the comments written by @ganaraj in the question, One use case I was in the need of is, passing a classname via a directive attribute to be added to a ng-repeat li tag in the template.

For example, use the directive like this:

<my-directive class2add="special-class" />

And get the following html:

<div>
    <ul>
       <li class="special-class">Item 1</li>
       <li class="special-class">Item 2</li>
    </ul>
</div>

The solution found here applied with templateUrl, would be:

app.directive("myDirective", function() {
    return {
        template: function(element, attrs){
            return '<div><ul><li ng-repeat="item in items" class="'+attrs.class2add+'"></ul></div>';
        },
        link: function(scope, element, attrs) {
            var list = element.find("ul");
        }
    }
});

Just tried it successfully with AngularJS 1.4.9.

Hope it helps.

How can I play sound in Java?

A bad example:

import  sun.audio.*;    //import the sun.audio package
import  java.io.*;

//** add this into your application code as appropriate
// Open an input stream  to the audio file.
InputStream in = new FileInputStream(Filename);

// Create an AudioStream object from the input stream.
AudioStream as = new AudioStream(in);         

// Use the static class member "player" from class AudioPlayer to play
// clip.
AudioPlayer.player.start(as);            

// Similarly, to stop the audio.
AudioPlayer.player.stop(as); 

Reduce left and right margins in matplotlib plot

Just use ax = fig.add_axes([left, bottom, width, height]) if you want exact control of the figure layout. eg.

left = 0.05
bottom = 0.05
width = 0.9
height = 0.9
ax = fig.add_axes([left, bottom, width, height])

PHP Warning: Module already loaded in Unknown on line 0

I deleted the 20-mongo.ini file in /etc/php5/cli/conf.d and this solved the problem.

java Compare two dates

java.util.Date class has before and after method to compare dates.

Date date1 = new Date();
Date date2 = new Date();

if(date1.before(date2)){
    //Do Something
}

if(date1.after(date2)){
    //Do Something else
}

Ruby - ignore "exit" in code

loop {   begin     Bar.new   rescue SystemExit     p $!  #: #<SystemExit: exit>   end } 

This will print #<SystemExit: exit> in an infinite loop, without ever exiting.

How to define constants in ReactJS

You can also do,

getDefaultProps: ->
  firstName: 'Rails'
  lastName: 'React'

now access, those constant (default value) using

@props.firstName

@props.lastName

Hope this help!!!.

How to create a DB for MongoDB container on start up?

UPD Today I avoid Docker Swarm, secrets, and configs. I'd run it with docker-compose and the .env file. As long as I don't need autoscaling. If I do, I'd probably choose k8s. And database passwords, root account or not... Do they really matter when you're running a single database in a container not connected to the outside world?.. I'd like to know what you think about it, but Stack Overflow is probably not well suited for this sort of communication.

Mongo image can be affected by MONGO_INITDB_DATABASE variable, but it won't create the database. This variable determines current database when running /docker-entrypoint-initdb.d/* scripts. Since you can't use environment variables in scripts executed by Mongo, I went with a shell script:

docker-swarm.yml:

version: '3.1'

secrets:
  mongo-root-passwd:
    file: mongo-root-passwd
  mongo-user-passwd:
    file: mongo-user-passwd

services:
  mongo:
    image: mongo:3.2
    environment:
      MONGO_INITDB_ROOT_USERNAME: $MONGO_ROOT_USER
      MONGO_INITDB_ROOT_PASSWORD_FILE: /run/secrets/mongo-root-passwd
      MONGO_INITDB_USERNAME: $MONGO_USER
      MONGO_INITDB_PASSWORD_FILE: /run/secrets/mongo-user-passwd
      MONGO_INITDB_DATABASE: $MONGO_DB
    volumes:
      - ./init-mongo.sh:/docker-entrypoint-initdb.d/init-mongo.sh
    secrets:
      - mongo-root-passwd
      - mongo-user-passwd

init-mongo.sh:

mongo -- "$MONGO_INITDB_DATABASE" <<EOF
    var rootUser = '$MONGO_INITDB_ROOT_USERNAME';
    var rootPassword = '$MONGO_INITDB_ROOT_PASSWORD';
    var admin = db.getSiblingDB('admin');
    admin.auth(rootUser, rootPassword);

    var user = '$MONGO_INITDB_USERNAME';
    var passwd = '$(cat "$MONGO_INITDB_PASSWORD_FILE")';
    db.createUser({user: user, pwd: passwd, roles: ["readWrite"]});
EOF

Alternatively, you can store init-mongo.sh in configs (docker config create) and mount it with:

configs:
    init-mongo.sh:
        external: true
...
services:
    mongo:
        ...
        configs:
            - source: init-mongo.sh
              target: /docker-entrypoint-initdb.d/init-mongo.sh

And secrets can be not stored in a file.

A couple of gists on the matter.

Adding items in a Listbox with multiple columns

select propety

Row Source Type => Value List

Code :

ListbName.ColumnCount=2

ListbName.AddItem "value column1;value column2"

What is ToString("N0") format?

It is a sort of format specifier for formatting numeric results. There are additional specifiers on the link.

What N does is that it separates numbers into thousand decimal places according to your CultureInfo and represents only 2 decimal digits in floating part as is N2 by rounding right-most digit if necessary.

N0 does not represent any decimal place but rounding is applied to it.

Let's exemplify.

using System;
using System.Globalization;


namespace ConsoleApp1
{
    class Program
    {
        static void Main(string[] args)
        {
            double x = 567892.98789;
            CultureInfo someCulture = new CultureInfo("da-DK", false);

            // 10 means left-padded = right-alignment
            Console.WriteLine(String.Format(someCulture, "{0:N} denmark", x));
            Console.WriteLine("{0,10:N} us", x); 

            // watch out rounding 567,893
            Console.WriteLine(String.Format(someCulture, "{0,10:N0}", x)); 
            Console.WriteLine("{0,10:N0}", x);

            Console.WriteLine(String.Format(someCulture, "{0,10:N5}", x));
            Console.WriteLine("{0,10:N5}", x);


            Console.ReadKey();

        }
    }
}

It yields,

567.892,99 denmark
567,892.99 us
   567.893
   567,893
567.892,98789
567,892.98789

Failed to connect to 127.0.0.1:27017, reason: errno:111 Connection refused

I had the same problem on Mac OS Try to run sudo mongod and in a new terminal tab run mongo

Understanding ibeacon distancing

It's possible, but it depends on the power output of the beacon you're receiving, other rf sources nearby, obstacles and other environmental factors. Best thing to do is try it out in the environment you're interested in.

How to return the output of stored procedure into a variable in sql server

That depends on the nature of the information you want to return.

If it is a single integer value, you can use the return statement

 create proc myproc
 as 
 begin
     return 1
 end
 go
 declare @i int
 exec @i = myproc

If you have a non integer value, or a number of scalar values, you can use output parameters

create proc myproc
  @a int output,
  @b varchar(50) output
as
begin
  select @a = 1, @b='hello'
end
go
declare @i int, @j varchar(50)
exec myproc @i output, @j output

If you want to return a dataset, you can use insert exec

create proc myproc
as 
begin
     select name from sysobjects
end
go

declare @t table (name varchar(100))
insert @t (name)
exec myproc

You can even return a cursor but that's just horrid so I shan't give an example :)

ImageView in android XML layout with layout_height="wrap_content" has padding top & bottom

I had a simular issue and resolved it using android:adjustViewBounds="true" on the ImageView.

<ImageView
    android:layout_width="fill_parent"
    android:layout_height="wrap_content"
    android:adjustViewBounds="true"
    android:contentDescription="@string/banner_alt"
    android:src="@drawable/banner_portrait" />

send Content-Type: application/json post with node.js

Using request with headers and post.

var options = {
            headers: {
                  'Authorization': 'AccessKey ' + token,
                  'Content-Type' : 'application/json'
            },
            uri: 'https://myurl.com/param' + value',
            method: 'POST',
            json: {'key':'value'}
 };
      
 request(options, function (err, httpResponse, body) {
    if (err){
         console.log("Hubo un error", JSON.stringify(err));
    }
    //res.status(200).send("Correcto" + JSON.stringify(body));
 })

Global npm install location on windows?

These are typical npm paths if you install a package globally:

Windows XP -             %USERPROFILE%\Application Data\npm\node_modules
Newer Windows Versions - %AppData%\npm\node_modules
or -                     %AppData%\roaming\npm\node_modules

Error: No Firebase App '[DEFAULT]' has been created - call Firebase App.initializeApp()

If you are starting out a react-native app and seeing this issue, then you have to follow all the instructions listed in firebase (when you setup iOS/android app) or the instructions @ React-native google auth android DEVELOPER_ERROR Code 10 question

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How to read XML using XPath in Java

Expanding on the excellent answer by @bluish and @Yishai, here is how you make the NodeLists and node attributes support iterators, i.e. the for(Node n: nodelist) interface.

Use it like:

NodeList nl = ...
for(Node n : XmlUtil.asList(nl))
{...}

and

Node n = ...
for(Node attr : XmlUtil.asList(n.getAttributes())
{...}

The code:

/**
 * Converts NodeList to an iterable construct.
 * From: https://stackoverflow.com/a/19591302/779521
 */
public final class XmlUtil {
    private XmlUtil() {}

    public static List<Node> asList(NodeList n) {
        return n.getLength() == 0 ? Collections.<Node>emptyList() : new NodeListWrapper(n);
    }

    static final class NodeListWrapper extends AbstractList<Node> implements RandomAccess {
        private final NodeList list;

        NodeListWrapper(NodeList l) {
            this.list = l;
        }

        public Node get(int index) {
            return this.list.item(index);
        }

        public int size() {
            return this.list.getLength();
        }
    }

    public static List<Node> asList(NamedNodeMap n) {
        return n.getLength() == 0 ? Collections.<Node>emptyList() : new NodeMapWrapper(n);
    }

    static final class NodeMapWrapper extends AbstractList<Node> implements RandomAccess {
        private final NamedNodeMap list;

        NodeMapWrapper(NamedNodeMap l) {
            this.list = l;
        }

        public Node get(int index) {
            return this.list.item(index);
        }

        public int size() {
            return this.list.getLength();
        }
    }
}

How do you remove an array element in a foreach loop?

Instead of doing foreach() loop on the array, it would be faster to use array_search() to find the proper key. On small arrays, I would go with foreach for better readibility, but for bigger arrays, or often executed code, this should be a bit more optimal:

$result=array_search($unwantedValue,$array,true);
if($result !== false) {
  unset($array[$result]);   
}

The strict comparsion operator !== is needed, because array_search() can return 0 as the index of the $unwantedValue.

Also, the above example will remove just the first value $unwantedValue, if the $unwantedValue can occur more then once in the $array, You should use array_keys(), to find all of them:

$result=array_keys($array,$unwantedValue,true)
foreach($result as $key) {
  unset($array[$key]);
}

Check http://php.net/manual/en/function.array-search.php for more information.

How to select rows that have current day's timestamp?

Or you could use the CURRENT_DATE alternative, with the same result:

SELECT * FROM yourtable WHERE created >= CURRENT_DATE

Examples from database.guide

Convert blob URL to normal URL

another way to create a data url from blob url may be using canvas.

var canvas = document.createElement("canvas")
var context = canvas.getContext("2d")
context.drawImage(img, 0, 0) // i assume that img.src is your blob url
var dataurl = canvas.toDataURL("your prefer type", your prefer quality)

as what i saw in mdn, canvas.toDataURL is supported well by browsers. (except ie<9, always ie<9)

How do I reverse a C++ vector?

You can also use std::list instead of std::vector. list has a built-in function list::reverse for reversing elements.

Is it possible to overwrite a function in PHP

short answer is no, you can't overwrite a function once its in the PHP function scope.

your best of using anonymous functions like so

$ihatefooexamples = function()
{
  return "boo-foo!";
}

//...
unset($ihatefooexamples);
$ihatefooexamples = function()
{
   return "really boo-foo";
}

http://php.net/manual/en/functions.anonymous.php

JavaScript loop through json array?

Well, all I can see there is that you have two JSON objects, seperated by a comma. If both of them were inside an array ([...]) it would make more sense.

And, if they ARE inside of an array, then you would just be using the standard "for var i = 0..." type of loop. As it is, I think it's going to try to retrieve the "id" property of the string "1", then "id" of "hi", and so on.

How to set a Fragment tag by code?

Yes. So the only way is at transaction time, e.g. using add, replace, or as part of the layout.

I determined this through an examination of the compatibility sources as I briefly looked for similar at some point in the past.

ASP.net vs PHP (What to choose)

You can have great success and great performance either way. MSDN runs off of ASP.NET so you know it can perform well. PHP runs a lot of the top websites in the world. The same can be said of the databases as well. You really need to choose based upon your skills, the skills of your team, possible specific features that you need/want that one does better than the other, and even the servers that you want to run this site.

If I were building it, I would lean towards PHP because probably everything you want to do has been done before (with code examples how) and because hosting is so much easier to get (and cheaper because you don't have the licensing issues to deal with compared to Windows hosting). For the same reason, I would choose MySQL as well. It is a great database platform and the price is right.

Is there a workaround for ORA-01795: maximum number of expressions in a list is 1000 error?

I ran into this issue recently and figured out a cheeky way of doing it without stringing together additional IN clauses

You could make use of Tuples

SELECT field1, field2, field3
FROM table1
WHERE (1, name) IN ((1, value1), (1, value2), (1, value3),.....(1, value5000));

Oracle does allow >1000 Tuples but not simple values. More on this here,

https://community.oracle.com/message/3515498#3515498
and
https://community.oracle.com/thread/958612

This is of course if you don't have the option of using a subquery inside IN to get the values you need from a temp table.

Converting String to Int with Swift

You can use NSNumberFormatter().numberFromString(yourNumberString). It's great because it returns an an optional that you can then test with if let to determine if the conversion was successful. eg.

var myString = "\(10)"
if let myNumber = NSNumberFormatter().numberFromString(myString) {
    var myInt = myNumber.integerValue
    // do what you need to do with myInt
} else {
    // what ever error code you need to write
}

Swift 5

var myString = "\(10)"
if let myNumber = NumberFormatter().number(from: myString) {
    var myInt = myNumber.intValue
    // do what you need to do with myInt
  } else {
    // what ever error code you need to write
  }

How can I submit form on button click when using preventDefault()?

Replace this :

$('#subscription_order_form').submit(function(e){
  e.preventDefault();
});

with this:

$('#subscription_order_form').on('keydown', function(e){
    if (e.which===13) e.preventDefault();
});

FIDDLE

That will prevent the form from submitting when Enter key is pressed as it prevents the default action of the key, but the form will submit normally on click.

Tkinter module not found on Ubuntu

sudo apt-get install python3-tk

INSERT INTO @TABLE EXEC @query with SQL Server 2000

N.B. - this question and answer relate to the 2000 version of SQL Server. In later versions, the restriction on INSERT INTO @table_variable ... EXEC ... were lifted and so it doesn't apply for those later versions.


You'll have to switch to a temp table:

CREATE TABLE #tmp (code varchar(50), mount money)
DECLARE @q nvarchar(4000)
SET @q = 'SELECT coa_code, amount FROM T_Ledger_detail'

INSERT INTO  #tmp (code, mount)
EXEC sp_executesql (@q)

SELECT * from #tmp

From the documentation:

A table variable behaves like a local variable. It has a well-defined scope, which is the function, stored procedure, or batch in which it is declared.

Within its scope, a table variable may be used like a regular table. It may be applied anywhere a table or table expression is used in SELECT, INSERT, UPDATE, and DELETE statements. However, table may not be used in the following statements:

INSERT INTO table_variable EXEC stored_procedure

SELECT select_list INTO table_variable statements.

Showing percentages above bars on Excel column graph

You can do this with a pivot table and add a line with the pourcentage for each category like brettdj showed in his answer. But if you want to keep your data as it is, there is a solution by using some javascript.

Javascript is a powerful language offering a lot of useful data visualization libraries like plotly.js.

Here is a working code I have written for you:

https://www.funfun.io/1/#/edit/5a58c6368dfd67466879ed27

In this example, I use a Json file to get the data from the embedded spreadsheet, so I can use it in my javascript code and create a bar chart.

I calculate the percentage by adding the values of all the category present in the table and using this formula (you can see it in the script.js file): Percentage (%) = 100 x partial value / total value

It automatically calculates the total and pourcentage even if you add more categories.

I used plotly.js to create my chart, it has a good documentation and lots of examples for beginners, this code gets all the option you want to use:

var trace1 = {
    x: xValue, 
    y: data,
    type: 'bar',
    text: yValue,
    textposition: 'auto',
    hoverinfo: 'none',
    marker: {
    color: 'yellow',
    opacity: 0.6,
    line: {
      color: 'yellow',
      width: 1.5
    }
  }
};

It is rather self explanatory, the text is where you put the percentage.

Once you've made your chart you can load it in excel by passing the URL in the Funfun add-in. Here is how it looks like with my example:

final

I know it is an old post but I hope it helps people with the same problem !

Disclosure : I’m a developer of funfun

TypeError: 'float' object is not subscriptable

It looks like you are trying to set elements 0 through 11 of PriceList to new values. The syntax would usually look like this:

prompt = "What would you like the new price for all standard pizzas to be? "
PizzaChange = float(input(prompt))
for i in [0, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6]: PriceList[i] = PizzaChange
for i in [7, 8, 9, 10, 11]: PriceList[i] = PizzaChange + 3

If they are always consecutive ranges, then it's even simpler to write:

prompt = "What would you like the new price for all standard pizzas to be? "
PizzaChange = float(input(prompt))
for i in range(0, 7): PriceList[i] = PizzaChange
for i in range(7, 12): PriceList[i] = PizzaChange + 3

For reference, PriceList[0][1][2][3][4][5][6] refers to "Element 6 of element 5 of element 4 of element 3 of element 2 of element 1 of element 0 of PriceList. Put another way, it's the same as ((((((PriceList[0])[1])[2])[3])[4])[5])[6].

Assign result of dynamic sql to variable

You can use sp_executesql with output parameter.

declare @S nvarchar(max) = 'select @x = 1'

declare @xx int
set @xx = 0

exec sp_executesql @S, N'@x int out', @xx out

select @xx

Result:

(No column name)
1

Edit

In my sample @S is instead of your @template. As you can see I assign a value to @x so you need to modify @template so it internally assigns the comma separated string to the variable you define in your second argument to sp_executesql. In my sample N'@x int out'. You probably want a varchar(max) output parameter. Something like N'@Result varchar(max) out'

Here is another example building a comma separated string from master..spt_values

declare @template nvarchar(max)
set @template = 
'select @Result += cast(number as varchar(10))+'',''
from master..spt_values
where type = ''P''
'

declare @CommaString varchar(max)
set @CommaString = ''

exec sp_executesql @template, N'@Result varchar(max) out', @CommaString out

select @CommaString

What causes: "Notice: Uninitialized string offset" to appear?

This error would occur if any of the following variables were actually strings or null instead of arrays, in which case accessing them with an array syntax $var[$i] would be like trying to access a specific character in a string:

$catagory
$task
$fullText
$dueDate
$empId

In short, everything in your insert query.

Perhaps the $catagory variable is misspelled?

What's the difference between Thread start() and Runnable run()

Start() method call run override method of Thread extended class and Runnable implements interface.

But by calling run() it search for run method but if class implementing Runnable interface then it call run() override method of Runnable.

ex.:

`

public class Main1
{
A a=new A();
B b=new B();
a.run();//This call run() of Thread because run() of Thread only call when class 
        //implements with Runnable not when class extends Thread.
b.run();//This not run anything because no run method found in class B but it 
        //didn't show any error.

a.start();//this call run() of Thread
b.start();//this call run() of Thread
}

class A implements Runnable{
@Override
    public void run() {
            System.out.println("A ");
    }
}

class B extends Thread {

    @Override
    public void run() {
            System.out.println("B ");
    }
}

`

Local Storage vs Cookies

Well, local storage speed greatly depends on the browser the client is using, as well as the operating system. Chrome or Safari on a mac could be much faster than Firefox on a PC, especially with newer APIs. As always though, testing is your friend (I could not find any benchmarks).

I really don't see a huge difference in cookie vs local storage. Also, you should be more worried about compatibility issues: not all browsers have even begun to support the new HTML5 APIs, so cookies would be your best bet for speed and compatibility.

How to put labels over geom_bar for each bar in R with ggplot2

To add to rcs' answer, if you want to use position_dodge() with geom_bar() when x is a POSIX.ct date, you must multiply the width by 86400, e.g.,

ggplot(data=dat, aes(x=Types, y=Number, fill=sample)) + 
 geom_bar(position = "dodge", stat = 'identity') +
 geom_text(aes(label=Number), position=position_dodge(width=0.9*86400), vjust=-0.25)

What is the advantage of using REST instead of non-REST HTTP?

It's written down in the Fielding dissertation. But if you don't want to read a lot:

  • increased scalability (due to stateless, cache and layered system constraints)
  • decoupled client and server (due to stateless and uniform interface constraints)
    • reusable clients (client can use general REST browsers and RDF semantics to decide which link to follow and how to display the results)
    • non breaking clients (clients break only by application specific semantics changes, because they use the semantics instead of some API specific knowledge)

First Or Create

firstOrCreate() checks for all the arguments to be present before it finds a match. If not all arguments match, then a new instance of the model will be created.

If you only want to check on a specific field, then use firstOrCreate(['field_name' => 'value']) with only one item in the array. This will return the first item that matches, or create a new one if not matches are found.

The difference between firstOrCreate() and firstOrNew():

  • firstOrCreate() will automatically create a new entry in the database if there is not match found. Otherwise it will give you the matched item.
  • firstOrNew() will give you a new model instance to work with if not match was found, but will only be saved to the database when you explicitly do so (calling save() on the model). Otherwise it will give you the matched item.

Choosing between one or the other depends on what you want to do. If you want to modify the model instance before it is saved for the first time (e.g. setting a name or some mandatory field), you should use firstOrNew(). If you can just use the arguments to immediately create a new model instance in the database without modifying it, you can use firstOrCreate().

How to delete a folder in C++?

If you are using windows, then take a look at this link. Otherwise, you may look for your OS specific version api. I don't think C++ comes with a cross-platform way to do it. At the end, it's NOT C++'s work, it's the OS's work.

HashMaps and Null values?

Acording to your first code snipet seems ok, but I've got similar behavior caused by bad programing. Have you checked the "options" variable is not null before the put call?

I'm using Struts2 (2.3.3) webapp and use a HashMap for displaying results. When is executed (in a class initialized by an Action class) :

if(value != null) pdfMap.put("date",value.toString());
else pdfMap.put("date","");

Got this error:

Struts Problem Report

Struts has detected an unhandled exception:

Messages:   
File:   aoc/psisclient/samples/PDFValidation.java
Line number:    155
Stacktraces

java.lang.NullPointerException
    aoc.psisclient.samples.PDFValidation.getRevisionsDetail(PDFValidation.java:155)
    aoc.action.signature.PDFUpload.execute(PDFUpload.java:66)
    sun.reflect.NativeMethodAccessorImpl.invoke0(Native Method)
    sun.reflect.NativeMethodAccessorImpl.invoke(NativeMethodAccessorImpl.java:39)
    ...

Seems the NullPointerException points to the put method (Line number 155), but the problem was that de Map hasn't been initialized before. It compiled ok since the variable is out of the method that set the value.

How to parse a JSON string into JsonNode in Jackson?

New approach to old question. A solution that works from java 9+

ObjectNode agencyNode = new ObjectMapper().valueToTree(Map.of("key", "value"));

is more readable and maintainable for complex objects. Ej

Map<String, Object> agencyMap = Map.of(
        "name", "Agencia Prueba",
        "phone1", "1198788373",
        "address", "Larrea 45 e/ calligaris y paris",
        "number", 267,
        "enable", true,
        "location", Map.of("id", 54),
        "responsible", Set.of(Map.of("id", 405)),
        "sellers", List.of(Map.of("id", 605))
);
ObjectNode agencyNode = new ObjectMapper().valueToTree(agencyMap);

PHP: Split a string in to an array foreach char

you can convert a string to array with str_split and use foreach

$chars = str_split($str);
foreach($chars as $char){
    // your code
}

create array from mysql query php

Very often this is done in a while loop:

$types = array();

while(($row =  mysql_fetch_assoc($result))) {
    $types[] = $row['type'];
}

Have a look at the examples in the documentation.

The mysql_fetch_* methods will always get the next element of the result set:

Returns an array of strings that corresponds to the fetched row, or FALSE if there are no more rows.

That is why the while loops works. If there aren't any rows anymore $row will be false and the while loop exists.

It only seems that mysql_fetch_array gets more than one row, because by default it gets the result as normal and as associative value:

By using MYSQL_BOTH (default), you'll get an array with both associative and number indices.

Your example shows it best, you get the same value 18 and you can access it via $v[0] or $v['type'].

Formula to check if string is empty in Crystal Reports

If IsNull({TABLE.FIELD1}) then "NULL" +',' + {TABLE.FIELD2} else {TABLE.FIELD1} + ', ' + {TABLE.FIELD2}

Here I put NULL as string to display the string value NULL in place of the null value in the data field. Hope you understand.

onchange event for html.dropdownlist

If you have a list view you can do this:

  1. Define a select list:

    @{
       var Acciones = new SelectList(new[]
       {
      new SelectListItem { Text = "Modificar", Value = 
       Url.Action("Edit", "Countries")},
      new SelectListItem { Text = "Detallar", Value = 
      Url.Action("Details", "Countries") },
      new SelectListItem { Text = "Eliminar", Value = 
      Url.Action("Delete", "Countries") },
     }, "Value", "Text");
    }
    
  2. Use the defined SelectList, creating a diferent id for each record (remember that id of each element must be unique in a view), and finally call a javascript function for onchange event (include parameters in example url and record key):

    @Html.DropDownList("ddAcciones", Acciones, "Acciones", new { id = 
    item.CountryID, @onchange = "RealizarAccion(this.value ,id)" })
    
  3. onchange function can be something as:

    @section Scripts {
    <script src="~/Scripts/jquery-1.10.2.min.js"></script>
    <script src="~/Scripts/jquery.unobtrusive-ajax.js"></script>
    
    <script type="text/javascript">
    
    function RealizarAccion(accion, country)
    {
    
        var url = accion + '/' + country;
        if (url != null && url != '') {
            window.location.href = url ;
        }
    }
    </script>
    
    @Scripts.Render("~/bundles/jqueryval")
    }
    

What is Scala's yield?

val aList = List( 1,2,3,4,5 )

val res3 = for ( al <- aList if al > 3 ) yield al + 1
val res4 = aList.filter(_ > 3).map(_ + 1)

println( res3 )
println( res4 )

These two pieces of code are equivalent.

val res3 = for (al <- aList) yield al + 1 > 3
val res4 = aList.map( _+ 1 > 3 )

println( res3 ) 
println( res4 )

These two pieces of code are also equivalent.

Map is as flexible as yield and vice-versa.

Should I put #! (shebang) in Python scripts, and what form should it take?

If you have different modules installed and need to use a specific python install, then shebang appears to be limited at first. However, you can do tricks like the below to allow the shebang to be invoked first as a shell script and then choose python. This is very flexible imo:

#!/bin/sh
#
# Choose the python we need. Explanation:
# a) '''\' translates to \ in shell, and starts a python multi-line string
# b) "" strings are treated as string concat by python, shell ignores them
# c) "true" command ignores its arguments
# c) exit before the ending ''' so the shell reads no further
# d) reset set docstrings to ignore the multiline comment code
#
"true" '''\'
PREFERRED_PYTHON=/Library/Frameworks/Python.framework/Versions/2.7/bin/python
ALTERNATIVE_PYTHON=/Library/Frameworks/Python.framework/Versions/3.6/bin/python3
FALLBACK_PYTHON=python3

if [ -x $PREFERRED_PYTHON ]; then
    echo Using preferred python $PREFERRED_PYTHON
    exec $PREFERRED_PYTHON "$0" "$@"
elif [ -x $ALTERNATIVE_PYTHON ]; then
    echo Using alternative python $ALTERNATIVE_PYTHON
    exec $ALTERNATIVE_PYTHON "$0" "$@"
else
    echo Using fallback python $FALLBACK_PYTHON
    exec python3 "$0" "$@"
fi
exit 127
'''

__doc__ = """What this file does"""
print(__doc__)
import platform
print(platform.python_version())

Or better yet, perhaps, to facilitate code reuse across multiple python scripts:

#!/bin/bash
"true" '''\'; source $(cd $(dirname ${BASH_SOURCE[@]}) &>/dev/null && pwd)/select.sh; exec $CHOSEN_PYTHON "$0" "$@"; exit 127; '''

and then select.sh has:

PREFERRED_PYTHON=/Library/Frameworks/Python.framework/Versions/2.7/bin/python
ALTERNATIVE_PYTHON=/Library/Frameworks/Python.framework/Versions/3.6/bin/python3
FALLBACK_PYTHON=python3

if [ -x $PREFERRED_PYTHON ]; then
    CHOSEN_PYTHON=$PREFERRED_PYTHON
elif [ -x $ALTERNATIVE_PYTHON ]; then
    CHOSEN_PYTHON=$ALTERNATIVE_PYTHON
else
    CHOSEN_PYTHON=$FALLBACK_PYTHON
fi

Call a Subroutine from a different Module in VBA

Prefix the call with Module2 (ex. Module2.IDLE). I'm assuming since you asked this that you have IDLE defined multiple times in the project, otherwise this shouldn't be necessary.

SELECT with LIMIT in Codeigniter

Try this...

function nationList($limit=null, $start=null) {
    if ($this->session->userdata('language') == "it") {
        $this->db->select('nation.id, nation.name_it as name');
    }

    if ($this->session->userdata('language') == "en") {
        $this->db->select('nation.id, nation.name_en as name');
    }

    $this->db->from('nation');
    $this->db->order_by("name", "asc");

    if ($limit != '' && $start != '') {
       $this->db->limit($limit, $start);
    }
    $query  = $this->db->get();

    $nation = array();
    foreach ($query->result() as $row) {
        array_push($nation, $row);
    }

    return $nation;     
}

Clearing my form inputs after submission

I used the following with jQuery $("#submitForm").val("");

where submitForm is the id for the input element in the html. I ran it AFTER my function to extract the value from the input field. That extractValue function below:

function extractValue() { var value = $("#submitForm").val().trim(); console.log(value); };

Also don't forget to include preventDefault(); method to stop the submit type form from refreshing your page!

Confirm password validation in Angular 6

In case you have more than just Password and Verify Password fields. Like this the Confirm password field will only highlights error when user write something on this field:

validators.ts

import { FormGroup, FormControl, Validators, FormBuilder, FormGroupDirective, NgForm } from '@angular/forms';
import { ErrorStateMatcher } from '@angular/material/core';

export const EmailValidation = [Validators.required, Validators.email];
export const PasswordValidation = [
  Validators.required,
  Validators.minLength(6),
  Validators.maxLength(24),
];

export class RepeatPasswordEStateMatcher implements ErrorStateMatcher {
  isErrorState(control: FormControl | null, form: FormGroupDirective | NgForm | null): boolean {
    return (control && control.parent.get('password').value !== control.parent.get('passwordAgain').value && control.dirty)
  }
}
export function RepeatPasswordValidator(group: FormGroup) {
  const password = group.controls.password.value;
  const passwordConfirmation = group.controls.passwordAgain.value;

  return password === passwordConfirmation ? null : { passwordsNotEqual: true }     
}

register.component.ts

import { FormGroup, FormControl, Validators, FormBuilder} from '@angular/forms';
import { EmailValidation, PasswordValidation, RepeatPasswordEStateMatcher, RepeatPasswordValidator } from 'validators';

...

form: any;
passwordsMatcher = new RepeatPasswordEStateMatcher;


constructor(private formBuilder: FormBuilder) {
    this.form = this.formBuilder.group ( {
      email: new FormControl('', EmailValidation),
      password: new FormControl('', PasswordValidation),
      passwordAgain: new FormControl(''),
      acceptTerms: new FormControl('', [Validators.requiredTrue])
    }, { validator: RepeatPasswordValidator });
  }

...

register.component.html

<form [formGroup]="form" (ngSubmit)="submitAccount(form)">
    <div class="form-content">
        <div class="form-field">
            <mat-form-field>
            <input matInput formControlName="email" placeholder="Email">
            <mat-error *ngIf="form.get('email').hasError('required')">
                E-mail is mandatory.
            </mat-error>
            <mat-error *ngIf="form.get('email').hasError('email')">
                Incorrect E-mail.
            </mat-error>
            </mat-form-field>
        </div>
        <div class="form-field">
            <mat-form-field>
            <input matInput formControlName="password" placeholder="Password" type="password">
            <mat-hint class="ac-form-field-description">Between 6 and 24 characters.</mat-hint>
            <mat-error *ngIf="form.get('password').hasError('required')">
                Password is mandatory.
            </mat-error>
            <mat-error *ngIf="form.get('password').hasError('minlength')">
                Password with less than 6 characters.
            </mat-error>
            <mat-error *ngIf="form.get('password').hasError('maxlength')">
                Password with more than 24 characters.
            </mat-error>
            </mat-form-field>
        </div>
        <div class="form-field">
            <mat-form-field>
            <input matInput formControlName="passwordAgain" placeholder="Confirm the password" type="password" [errorStateMatcher]="passwordsMatcher">
            <mat-error *ngIf="form.hasError('passwordsNotEqual')" >Passwords are different. They should be equal!</mat-error>
            </mat-form-field>
        </div>
        <div class="form-field">
            <mat-checkbox name="acceptTerms" formControlName="acceptTerms">I accept terms and conditions</mat-checkbox>
        </div>
    </div>
    <div class="form-bottom">
        <button mat-raised-button [disabled]="!form.valid">Create Account</button>
    </div>
</form>

i hope it helps!

What port is a given program using?

At a command line, netstat -a will give you lots o' info.

HTTP status code 0 - Error Domain=NSURLErrorDomain?

Sometimes Browser respond to http error handler with Error Object, that have status set to 0, even if you can see 404, 401, 500 etc. error status in network.

This could happen if your Application and API are on different domains - CORS mechanism is applied. According to CORS for each API request browser sends two requests:

  1. preflight OPTIONS request to understand if API allows Actual/Origin request.
  2. when API allows (OPTIOS request respond with status 204 and correct Access-Control-Allow-Origin headers) - browser send next "Actual/Origin request".

In Application we are handling Error response for "Actual/Origin request", and if "preflight OPTIONS request" failed - browser doesn't give correct HttpError object for http error handler. So to get correct status of http response - be sure to get success preflight OPTIONS request response.

SQL - ORDER BY 'datetime' DESC

  1. use single quotes for strings
  2. do NOT put single quotes around table names(use ` instead)
  3. do NOT put single quotes around numbers (you can, but it's harder to read)
  4. do NOT put AND between ORDER BY and LIMIT
  5. do NOT put = between ORDER BY, LIMIT keywords and condition

So you query will look like:

SELECT post_datetime 
FROM post 
WHERE type = 'published' 
ORDER BY post_datetime DESC 
LIMIT 3

How can I remove the extension of a filename in a shell script?

Answers provided previously have problems with paths containing dots. Some examples:

/xyz.dir/file.ext
./file.ext
/a.b.c/x.ddd.txt

I prefer to use |sed -e 's/\.[^./]*$//'. For example:

$ echo "/xyz.dir/file.ext" | sed -e 's/\.[^./]*$//'
/xyz.dir/file
$ echo "./file.ext" | sed -e 's/\.[^./]*$//'
./file
$ echo "/a.b.c/x.ddd.txt" | sed -e 's/\.[^./]*$//'
/a.b.c/x.ddd

Note: If you want to remove multiple extensions (as in the last example), use |sed -e 's/\.[^/]*$//':

$ echo "/a.b.c/x.ddd.txt" | sed -e 's/\.[^/]*$//'
/a.b.c/x

However, this method will fail in "dot-files" with no extension:

$ echo "/a.b.c/.profile" | sed -e 's/\.[^./]*$//'
/a.b.c/

To cover also such cases, you can use:

$ echo "/a.b.c/.profile" | sed -re 's/(^.*[^/])\.[^./]*$/\1/'
/a.b.c/.profile

How to get json response using system.net.webrequest in c#?

You need to explicitly ask for the content type.

Add this line:

 request.ContentType = "application/json; charset=utf-8";
At the appropriate place

How to add 20 minutes to a current date?

Use .getMinutes() to get the current minutes, then add 20 and use .setMinutes() to update the date object.

var twentyMinutesLater = new Date();
twentyMinutesLater.setMinutes(twentyMinutesLater.getMinutes() + 20);

What is the default Jenkins password?

By default, Jenkins account is created without password and with the login shell as /bin/false.

jenkins:x:496:493:Jenkins Continuous Integration Server:/var/lib/jenkins:/bin/false

Change the shell to /bin/bash and you should be able to login without password by sudo su - jenkins.

Command to change the shell is:

chsh -s /bin/bash jenkin

Setting "checked" for a checkbox with jQuery

For overall:

$("#checkAll").click(function(){
    $(".somecheckBoxes").prop('checked',$(this).prop('checked')?true:false);
});

Example JavaScript code to parse CSV data

jQuery-CSV

It's a jQuery plugin designed to work as an end-to-end solution for parsing CSV into JavaScript data. It handles every single edge case presented in RFC 4180, as well as some that pop up for Excel/Google spreadsheet exports (i.e., mostly involving null values) that the specification is missing.

Example:

track,artist,album,year

Dangerous,'Busta Rhymes','When Disaster Strikes',1997

// Calling this
music = $.csv.toArrays(csv)

// Outputs...
[
  ["track", "artist", "album", "year"],
  ["Dangerous", "Busta Rhymes", "When Disaster Strikes", "1997"]
]

console.log(music[1][2]) // Outputs: 'When Disaster Strikes'

Update:

Oh yeah, I should also probably mention that it's completely configurable.

music = $.csv.toArrays(csv, {
  delimiter: "'", // Sets a custom value delimiter character
  separator: ';', // Sets a custom field separator character
});

Update 2:

It now works with jQuery on Node.js too. So you have the option of doing either client-side or server-side parsing with the same library.

Update 3:

Since the Google Code shutdown, jquery-csv has been migrated to GitHub.

Disclaimer: I am also the author of jQuery-CSV.

How to compare two columns in Excel and if match, then copy the cell next to it

It might be easier with vlookup. Try this:

=IFERROR(VLOOKUP(D2,G:H,2,0),"")

The IFERROR() is for no matches, so that it throws "" in such cases.

VLOOKUP's first parameter is the value to 'look for' in the reference table, which is column G and H.

VLOOKUP will thus look for D2 in column G and return the value in the column index 2 (column G has column index 1, H will have column index 2), meaning that the value from column H will be returned.

The last parameter is 0 (or equivalently FALSE) to mean an exact match. That's what you need as opposed to approximate match.

How can I ask the Selenium-WebDriver to wait for few seconds in Java?

Use Actions -

The user-facing API for emulating complex user gestures.

See Actions#pause method.

How can I display the users profile pic using the facebook graph api?

EDIT: So facebook has changed it again! No more searching by username - have amended the answer below...

https://graph.facebook.com/{{UID}}/picture?redirect=false&height=200&width=200
  • UID = the profile or page id
  • redirect either returns json (false) or redirects to the image (true)
  • height and width is the crop
  • does not require authentication

e.g. https://graph.facebook.com/4/picture?redirect=false&height=200&width=200

Facebook Graph picture doc

XAMPP - Error: MySQL shutdown unexpectedly

If Apache is running without any issue , and u find some blockage by system security settings , simply allow it instead of blocking or closing the dialog box. And change the port number for MySQL to 3607 as it was before 3606 . It worked for me .

How to set editor theme in IntelliJ Idea

For IntelliJ Mac / IOS,

Click on IntelliJ IDEA text besides enter image description here on top left corner then Preferences->Editor->Color Scheme-> Select the required one

Programmatically retrieve SQL Server stored procedure source that is identical to the source returned by the SQL Server Management Studio gui?

I agree with Mark. I set the output to text mode and then sp_HelpText 'sproc'. I have this binded to Crtl-F1 to make it easy.

String.equals() with multiple conditions (and one action on result)

If you develop for Android KitKat or newer, you could also use a switch statement (see: Android coding with switch (String)). e.g.

switch(yourString)
{
     case "john":
          //do something for john
     case "mary":
          //do something for mary
}

In Tkinter is there any way to make a widget not visible?

import tkinter as tk
...
x = tk.Label(text='Hello', visible=True)
def visiblelabel(lb, visible):
    lb.config(visible=visible)
visiblelabel(x, False)  # Hide
visiblelabel(x, True)  # Show

P.S. config can change any attribute:

x.config(text='Hello')  # Text: Hello
x.config(text='Bye', font=('Arial', 20, 'bold'))  # Text: Bye, Font: Arial Bold 20
x.config(bg='red', fg='white')  # Background: red, Foreground: white

It's a bypass of StringVar, IntVar etc.

Removing spaces from string

String  input = EditTextinput.getText().toString();
input = input.replace(" ", "");

Sometimes you would want to remove only the spaces at the beginning or end of the String (not the ones in the middle). If that's the case you can use trim:

input = input.trim();

Difference between r+ and w+ in fopen()

r+ The existing file is opened to the beginning for both reading and writing. w+ Same as w except both for reading and writing.

What is the best data type to use for money in C#?

System.Decimal

The Decimal value type represents decimal numbers ranging from positive 79,228,162,514,264,337,593,543,950,335 to negative 79,228,162,514,264,337,593,543,950,335. The Decimal value type is appropriate for financial calculations requiring large numbers of significant integral and fractional digits and no round-off errors. The Decimal type does not eliminate the need for rounding. Rather, it minimizes errors due to rounding.

I'd like to point to this excellent answer by zneak on why double shouldn't be used.

Verilog generate/genvar in an always block

You need to reverse the nesting inside the generate block:

genvar c;
generate
    for (c = 0; c < ROWBITS; c = c + 1) begin: test
        always @(posedge sysclk) begin
            temp[c] <= 1'b0;
        end
    end
endgenerate

Technically, this generates four always blocks:

always @(posedge sysclk) temp[0] <= 1'b0;
always @(posedge sysclk) temp[1] <= 1'b0;
always @(posedge sysclk) temp[2] <= 1'b0;
always @(posedge sysclk) temp[3] <= 1'b0;

In this simple example, there's no difference in behavior between the four always blocks and a single always block containing four assignments, but in other cases there could be.

The genvar-dependent operation needs to be resolved when constructing the in-memory representation of the design (in the case of a simulator) or when mapping to logic gates (in the case of a synthesis tool). The always @posedge doesn't have meaning until the design is operating.

Subject to certain restrictions, you can put a for loop inside the always block, even for synthesizable code. For synthesis, the loop will be unrolled. However, in that case, the for loop needs to work with a reg, integer, or similar. It can't use a genvar, because having the for loop inside the always block describes an operation that occurs at each edge of the clock, not an operation that can be expanded statically during elaboration of the design.

JPA: how do I persist a String into a database field, type MYSQL Text

Since you're using JPA, use the Lob annotation (and optionally the Column annotation). Here is what the JPA specification says about it:

9.1.19 Lob Annotation

A Lob annotation specifies that a persistent property or field should be persisted as a large object to a database-supported large object type. Portable applications should use the Lob annotation when mapping to a database Lob type. The Lob annotation may be used in conjunction with the Basic annotation. A Lob may be either a binary or character type. The Lob type is inferred from the type of the persistent field or property, and except for string and character-based types defaults to Blob.

So declare something like this:

@Lob 
@Column(name="CONTENT", length=512)
private String content;

References

  • JPA 1.0 specification:
    • Section 9.1.19 "Lob Annotation"

Checking the form field values before submitting that page

You can simply make the start_date required using

<input type="submit" value="Submit" required />

You don't even need the checkform() then.

Thanks

How do I improve ASP.NET MVC application performance?

  1. Implement Gzip.
  2. Use asynchronous rendering for partial views.
  3. Minimize database hits.
  4. Use a compiled query.
  5. Run a profiler and find out unnecessary hits. Optimize all stored procedures which are taking more than 1 second to return a response.
  6. Use caching.
  7. Use bundling minification optimization.
  8. Use HTML 5 utilities like session cache and local storage for readonly contents.

Mix Razor and Javascript code

you can use the <text> tag for both cshtml code with javascript

Importing text file into excel sheet

There are many ways you can import Text file to the current sheet. Here are three (including the method that you are using above)

  1. Using a QueryTable
  2. Open the text file in memory and then write to the current sheet and finally applying Text To Columns if required.
  3. If you want to use the method that you are currently using then after you open the text file in a new workbook, simply copy it over to the current sheet using Cells.Copy

Using a QueryTable

Here is a simple macro that I recorded. Please amend it to suit your needs.

Sub Sample()
    With ActiveSheet.QueryTables.Add(Connection:= _
        "TEXT;C:\Sample.txt", Destination:=Range("$A$1") _
        )
        .Name = "Sample"
        .FieldNames = True
        .RowNumbers = False
        .FillAdjacentFormulas = False
        .PreserveFormatting = True
        .RefreshOnFileOpen = False
        .RefreshStyle = xlInsertDeleteCells
        .SavePassword = False
        .SaveData = True
        .AdjustColumnWidth = True
        .RefreshPeriod = 0
        .TextFilePromptOnRefresh = False
        .TextFilePlatform = 437
        .TextFileStartRow = 1
        .TextFileParseType = xlDelimited
        .TextFileTextQualifier = xlTextQualifierDoubleQuote
        .TextFileConsecutiveDelimiter = False
        .TextFileTabDelimiter = True
        .TextFileSemicolonDelimiter = False
        .TextFileCommaDelimiter = True
        .TextFileSpaceDelimiter = False
        .TextFileColumnDataTypes = Array(1, 1, 1, 1, 1, 1)
        .TextFileTrailingMinusNumbers = True
        .Refresh BackgroundQuery:=False
    End With
End Sub

Open the text file in memory

Sub Sample()
    Dim MyData As String, strData() As String

    Open "C:\Sample.txt" For Binary As #1
    MyData = Space$(LOF(1))
    Get #1, , MyData
    Close #1
    strData() = Split(MyData, vbCrLf)
End Sub

Once you have the data in the array you can export it to the current sheet.

Using the method that you are already using

Sub Sample()
    Dim wbI As Workbook, wbO As Workbook
    Dim wsI As Worksheet

    Set wbI = ThisWorkbook
    Set wsI = wbI.Sheets("Sheet1") '<~~ Sheet where you want to import

    Set wbO = Workbooks.Open("C:\Sample.txt")

    wbO.Sheets(1).Cells.Copy wsI.Cells

    wbO.Close SaveChanges:=False
End Sub

FOLLOWUP

You can use the Application.GetOpenFilename to choose the relevant file. For example...

Sub Sample()
    Dim Ret

    Ret = Application.GetOpenFilename("Prn Files (*.prn), *.prn")

    If Ret <> False Then
        With ActiveSheet.QueryTables.Add(Connection:= _
        "TEXT;" & Ret, Destination:=Range("$A$1"))

            '~~> Rest of the code

        End With
    End If
End Sub

Have a div cling to top of screen if scrolled down past it

There was a previous question today (no answers) that gave a good example of this functionality. You can check the relevant source code for specifics (search for "toolbar"), but basically they use a combination of webdestroya's solution and a bit of JavaScript:

  1. Page loads and element is position: static
  2. On scroll, the position is measured, and if the element is position: static and it's off the page then the element is flipped to position: fixed.

I'd recommend checking the aforementioned source code though, because they do handle some "gotchas" that you might not immediately think of, such as adjusting scroll position when clicking on anchor links.

Add IIS 7 AppPool Identities as SQL Server Logons

The "IIS APPPOOL\AppPoolName" will work, but as mentioned previously, it does not appear to be a valid AD name so when you search for it in the "Select User or Group" dialog box, it won't show up (actually, it will find it, but it will think its an actual system account, and it will try to treat it as such...which won't work, and will give you the error message about it not being found).

How I've gotten it to work is:

  1. In SQL Server Management Studio, look for the Security folder (the security folder at the same level as the Databases, Server Objects, etc. folders...not the security folder within each individual database)
  2. Right click logins and select "New Login"
  3. In the Login name field, type IIS APPPOOL\YourAppPoolName - do not click search
  4. Fill whatever other values you like (i.e., authentication type, default database, etc.)
  5. Click OK

As long as the AppPool name actually exists, the login should now be created.

Named parameters in JDBC

To avoid including a large framework, I think a simple homemade class can do the trick.

Example of class to handle named parameters:

public class NamedParamStatement {
    public NamedParamStatement(Connection conn, String sql) throws SQLException {
        int pos;
        while((pos = sql.indexOf(":")) != -1) {
            int end = sql.substring(pos).indexOf(" ");
            if (end == -1)
                end = sql.length();
            else
                end += pos;
            fields.add(sql.substring(pos+1,end));
            sql = sql.substring(0, pos) + "?" + sql.substring(end);
        }       
        prepStmt = conn.prepareStatement(sql);
    }

    public PreparedStatement getPreparedStatement() {
        return prepStmt;
    }
    public ResultSet executeQuery() throws SQLException {
        return prepStmt.executeQuery();
    }
    public void close() throws SQLException {
        prepStmt.close();
    }

    public void setInt(String name, int value) throws SQLException {        
        prepStmt.setInt(getIndex(name), value);
    }

    private int getIndex(String name) {
        return fields.indexOf(name)+1;
    }
    private PreparedStatement prepStmt;
    private List<String> fields = new ArrayList<String>();
}

Example of calling the class:

String sql;
sql = "SELECT id, Name, Age, TS FROM TestTable WHERE Age < :age OR id = :id";
NamedParamStatement stmt = new NamedParamStatement(conn, sql);
stmt.setInt("age", 35);
stmt.setInt("id", 2);
ResultSet rs = stmt.executeQuery();

Please note that the above simple example does not handle using named parameter twice. Nor does it handle using the : sign inside quotes.

What is wrong with my SQL here? #1089 - Incorrect prefix key

Problem is the same for me in phpMyAdmin. I just created a table without any const. Later I modified the ID to a Primary key. Then I changed the ID to Auto-inc. That solved the issue.

ALTER TABLE `users` CHANGE `ID` `ID` INT(11) NOT NULL AUTO_INCREMENT;

How to get value of a div using javascript

Value is not a valid attribute of DIV

try this

var divElement = document.getElementById('demo');
alert( divElement .getAttribute('value'));

Read specific columns from a csv file with csv module?

SAMPLE.CSV
a, 1, +
b, 2, -
c, 3, *
d, 4, /
column_names = ["Letter", "Number", "Symbol"]
df = pd.read_csv("sample.csv", names=column_names)
print(df)
OUTPUT
  Letter  Number Symbol
0      a       1      +
1      b       2      -
2      c       3      *
3      d       4      /

letters = df.Letter.to_list()
print(letters)
OUTPUT
['a', 'b', 'c', 'd']

Installing Java 7 (Oracle) in Debian via apt-get

Managed to get answer after do some google..

echo "deb http://ppa.launchpad.net/webupd8team/java/ubuntu precise main" | tee -a /etc/apt/sources.list
echo "deb-src http://ppa.launchpad.net/webupd8team/java/ubuntu precise main" | tee -a /etc/apt/sources.list
apt-key adv --keyserver hkp://keyserver.ubuntu.com:80 --recv-keys EEA14886
apt-get update
# Java 7
apt-get install oracle-java7-installer
# For Java 8 command is:
apt-get install oracle-java8-installer

Cannot Resolve Collation Conflict

The thing about collations is that although the database has its own collation, every table, and every column can have its own collation. If not specified it takes the default of its parent object, but can be different.

When you change collation of the database, it will be the new default for all new tables and columns, but it doesn't change the collation of existing objects inside the database. You have to go and change manually the collation of every table and column.

Luckily there are scripts available on the internet that can do the job. I am not going to recommend any as I haven't tried them but here are few links:

http://www.codeproject.com/Articles/302405/The-Easy-way-of-changing-Collation-of-all-Database

Update Collation of all fields in database on the fly

http://www.sqlservercentral.com/Forums/Topic820675-146-1.aspx

If you need to have different collation on two objects or can't change collations - you can still JOIN between them using COLLATE command, and choosing the collation you want for join.

SELECT * FROM A JOIN B ON A.Text = B.Text COLLATE Latin1_General_CI_AS 

or using default database collation:

SELECT * FROM A JOIN B ON A.Text = B.Text COLLATE DATABASE_DEFAULT

Can anonymous class implement interface?

Casting anonymous types to interfaces has been something I've wanted for a while but unfortunately the current implementation forces you to have an implementation of that interface.

The best solution around it is having some type of dynamic proxy that creates the implementation for you. Using the excellent LinFu project you can replace

select new
{
  A = value.A,
  B = value.C + "_" + value.D
};

with

 select new DynamicObject(new
 {
   A = value.A,
   B = value.C + "_" + value.D
 }).CreateDuck<DummyInterface>();

No resource identifier found for attribute '...' in package 'com.app....'

I've been searching answer but couldn't find but finally I could fix this by adding play-service-ads dependency let's try this

*) File -> Project Structure... -> Under the module you can find app and there is a option called dependencies and you can add com.google.android.gms:play-services-ads:x.x.x dependency to your project

I faced this problem when I try to import eclipse project into android studio

Click here to see screenshot

Copying one structure to another

You can memcpy structs, or you can just assign them like any other value.

struct {int a, b;} c, d;
c.a = c.b = 10;
d = c;

CSS float right not working correctly

you need to wrap your text inside div and float it left while wrapper div should have height, and I've also added line height for vertical alignment

<div style="border-bottom-width: 1px; border-bottom-style: solid; border-bottom-color: gray;height:30px;">
   <div style="float:left;line-height:30px;">Contact Details</div>

    <button type="button" class="edit_button" style="float: right;">My Button</button>

</div>

also js fiddle here =) http://jsfiddle.net/xQgSm/

How do I copy SQL Azure database to my local development server?

You can use the new Azure Mobile Services to do a nightly backup export from SQL Azure to a .bacpac file hosted in Azure Storage. This solution is 100% cloud, doesn't require a 3rd party tool and doesn't require a local hosted SQL Server instance to download/copy/backup anything.

There's about 8 different steps, but they're all easy: http://geekswithblogs.net/BenBarreth/archive/2013/04/15/how-to-create-a-nightly-backup-of-your-sql-azure.aspx

How to revert to origin's master branch's version of file

I've faced same problem and came across to this thread but my problem was with upstream. Below git command worked for me.

Syntax

git checkout {remoteName}/{branch} -- {../path/file.js}

Example

git checkout upstream/develop -- public/js/index.js

Django TemplateDoesNotExist?

Check permissions on templates and appname directories, either with ls -l or try doing an absolute path open() from django.

How to create a Java / Maven project that works in Visual Studio Code?

An alternative way is to install the Maven for Java plugin and create a maven project within Visual Studio. The steps are described in the official documentation:

  1. From the Command Palette (Crtl+Shift+P), select Maven: Generate from Maven Archetype and follow the instructions, or
  2. Right-click on a folder and select Generate from Maven Archetype.

How to execute Table valued function

A TVF (table-valued function) is supposed to be SELECTed FROM. Try this:

select * from FN('myFunc')

How do I update an entity using spring-data-jpa?

Using spring-data-jpa save(), I was having same problem as @DtechNet. I mean every save() was creating new object instead of update. To solve this I had to add version field to entity and related table.

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

Create a template tag:

The app should contain a templatetags directory, at the same level as models.py, views.py, etc. If this doesn’t already exist, create it - don’t forget the __init__.py file to ensure the directory is treated as a Python package.

Create a file named define_action.py inside of the templatetags directory with the following code:

from django import template
register = template.Library()

@register.simple_tag
def define(val=None):
  return val

Note: Development server won’t automatically restart. After adding the templatetags module, you will need to restart your server before you can use the tags or filters in templates.


Then in your template you can assign values to the context like this:

{% load define_action %}
{% if item %}

   {% define "Edit" as action %}

{% else %}

   {% define "Create" as action %}

{% endif %}


Would you like to {{action}} this item?

SQL Server 2005 How Create a Unique Constraint?

The SQL command is:

ALTER TABLE <tablename> ADD CONSTRAINT
            <constraintname> UNIQUE NONCLUSTERED
    (
                <columnname>
    )

See the full syntax here.

If you want to do it from a Database Diagram:

  • right-click on the table and select 'Indexes/Keys'
  • click the Add button to add a new index
  • enter the necessary info in the Properties on the right hand side:
    • the columns you want (click the ellipsis button to select)
    • set Is Unique to Yes
    • give it an appropriate name

[ :Unexpected operator in shell programming

To execute it with Bash, use #!/bin/bash and chmod it to be executable, then use

./choose.sh

How to close a Tkinter window by pressing a Button?

With minimal editing to your code (Not sure if they've taught classes or not in your course), change:

def close_window(root): 
    root.destroy()

to

def close_window(): 
    window.destroy()

and it should work.


Explanation:

Your version of close_window is defined to expect a single argument, namely root. Subsequently, any calls to your version of close_window need to have that argument, or Python will give you a run-time error.

When you created a Button, you told the button to run close_window when it is clicked. However, the source code for Button widget is something like:

# class constructor
def __init__(self, some_args, command, more_args):
    #...
    self.command = command
    #...

# this method is called when the user clicks the button
def clicked(self):
    #...
    self.command() # Button calls your function with no arguments.
    #...

As my code states, the Button class will call your function with no arguments. However your function is expecting an argument. Thus you had an error. So, if we take out that argument, so that the function call will execute inside the Button class, we're left with:

def close_window(): 
    root.destroy()

That's not right, though, either, because root is never assigned a value. It would be like typing in print(x) when you haven't defined x, yet.

Looking at your code, I figured you wanted to call destroy on window, so I changed root to window.

How to check if DST (Daylight Saving Time) is in effect, and if so, the offset?

I was faced with this same problem today but since our daylight saving starts and stops at differing times from the USA (at least from my understanding), I used a slightly different route..

var arr = [];
for (var i = 0; i < 365; i++) {
 var d = new Date();
 d.setDate(i);
 newoffset = d.getTimezoneOffset();
 arr.push(newoffset);
}
DST = Math.min.apply(null, arr);
nonDST = Math.max.apply(null, arr);

Then you simply compare the current timezone offset with DST and nonDST to see which one matches.

caching JavaScript files

or in the .htaccess file

AddOutputFilter DEFLATE css js
ExpiresActive On
ExpiresByType application/x-javascript A2592000

Creating a file only if it doesn't exist in Node.js

What about using the a option?

According to the docs:

'a+' - Open file for reading and appending. The file is created if it does not exist.

It seems to work perfectly with createWriteStream

Tensorflow r1.0 : could not a find a version that satisfies the requirement tensorflow

Tensorflow requires a 64-bit version of Python.

Additionally, it only supports Python 3.5.x through Python 3.8.x.

If you're using a 32-bit version of Python or a version that's too old or new, then you'll get that error message.

To fix it, you can install the 64-bit version of Python 3.8.6 via Python's website.

Iterating through list of list in Python

If you wonder to get all values in the same list you can use the following code:

text = [u'sam', [['Test', [['one', [], []]], [(u'file.txt', ['id', 1, 0])]], ['Test2', [], [(u'file2.txt', ['id', 1, 2])]]], []]

def get_values(lVals):
    res = []
    for val in lVals:
        if type(val) not in [list, set, tuple]:
            res.append(val)
        else:
            res.extend(get_values(val))
    return res

get_values(text)

Unable to open project... cannot be opened because the project file cannot be parsed

Steps to be followed:- 1.Navigate to folder where your projectName.xcodeproj 2.Right click and select 'Show Package Contents'. You will be able to see list of files with .pbxproj extension. 3.Select project.pbxproj. Right click and open this file using 'Text Edit'. 4.You will be able to see <<<<<<, ============ and >>>>>>>>>>. These are generally conflicts that arise when you take update from Sourcetree/SVN/GITLAB. Delete these and save file. 5.Now, you'll be able to open project without any error message.

How to check if android checkbox is checked within its onClick method (declared in XML)?

This will do the trick:

  public void itemClicked(View v) {
    if (((CheckBox) v).isChecked()) {
        Toast.makeText(MyAndroidAppActivity.this,
           "Checked", Toast.LENGTH_LONG).show();
    }
  }

jQuery delete all table rows except first

Your selector doesn't need to be inside your remove.

It should look something like:

$("#tableID tr:gt(0)").remove();

Which means select every row except the first in the table with ID of tableID and remove them from the DOM.

'Conda' is not recognized as internal or external command

I was faced with the same issue in windows 10, Updating the environment variable following steps, it's working fine.

I know It is a lengthy answer for the simple environment setups, I thought it's may be useful for the new window 10 users.

1) Open Anaconda Prompt:

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2) Check Conda Installed Location.

where conda

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3) Open Advanced System Settings

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4) Click on Environment Variables

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5) Edit Path

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6) Add New Path

 C:\Users\RajaRama\Anaconda3\Scripts

 C:\Users\RajaRama\Anaconda3

 C:\Users\RajaRama\Anaconda3\Library\bin

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7) Open Command Prompt and Check Versions

8) After 7th step type conda install anaconda-navigator in cmd then press y

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The result of a query cannot be enumerated more than once

Try replacing this

var query = context.Search(id, searchText);

with

var query = context.Search(id, searchText).tolist();

and everything will work well.

Can I run CUDA on Intel's integrated graphics processor?

If you're interested in learning a language which supports massive parallelism better go for OpenCL since you don't have an NVIDIA GPU. You can run OpenCL on Intel CPUs, but at best you can learn to program SIMDs. Optimization on CPU and GPU are different. I really don't think you can use Intel card for GPGPU.

How to unapply a migration in ASP.NET Core with EF Core

To revert all the migrations which are applied to DB simply run:

update-database 0

It should be followed with running Remove-Migration as many times as there are migration files visible in the Migration directory. The command deletes the latest migration and also updates the snapshot.

How can I create a small color box using html and css?

If you want to create a small dots, just use icon from font awesome.

fa fa-circle

Replace specific text with a redacted version using Python

You can do it using named-entity recognition (NER). It's fairly simple and there are out-of-the-shelf tools out there to do it, such as spaCy.

NER is an NLP task where a neural network (or other method) is trained to detect certain entities, such as names, places, dates and organizations.

Example:

Sponge Bob went to South beach, he payed a ticket of $200!
I know, Michael is a good person, he goes to McDonalds, but donates to charity at St. Louis street.

Returns:

NER with spacy

Just be aware that this is not 100%!

Here are a little snippet for you to try out:

import spacy

phrases = ['Sponge Bob went to South beach, he payed a ticket of $200!', 'I know, Michael is a good person, he goes to McDonalds, but donates to charity at St. Louis street.']
nlp = spacy.load('en')
for phrase in phrases:
   doc = nlp(phrase)
   replaced = ""
   for token in doc:
      if token in doc.ents:
         replaced+="XXXX "
      else:
         replaced+=token.text+" "

Read more here: https://spacy.io/usage/linguistic-features#named-entities

You could, instead of replacing with XXXX, replace based on the entity type, like:

if ent.label_ == "PERSON":
   replaced += "<PERSON> "

Then:

import re, random

personames = ["Jack", "Mike", "Bob", "Dylan"]

phrase = re.replace("<PERSON>", random.choice(personames), phrase)

What is let-* in Angular 2 templates?

The Angular microsyntax lets you configure a directive in a compact, friendly string. The microsyntax parser translates that string into attributes on the <ng-template>. The let keyword declares a template input variable that you reference within the template.

gcc/g++: "No such file or directory"

Your compiler just tried to compile the file named foo.cc. Upon hitting line number line, the compiler finds:

#include "bar"

or

#include <bar>

The compiler then tries to find that file. For this, it uses a set of directories to look into, but within this set, there is no file bar. For an explanation of the difference between the versions of the include statement look here.

How to tell the compiler where to find it

g++ has an option -I. It lets you add include search paths to the command line. Imagine that your file bar is in a folder named frobnicate, relative to foo.cc (assume you are compiling from the directory where foo.cc is located):

g++ -Ifrobnicate foo.cc

You can add more include-paths; each you give is relative to the current directory. Microsoft's compiler has a correlating option /I that works in the same way, or in Visual Studio, the folders can be set in the Property Pages of the Project, under Configuration Properties->C/C++->General->Additional Include Directories.

Now imagine you have multiple version of bar in different folders, given:


// A/bar
#include<string>
std::string which() { return "A/bar"; }

// B/bar
#include<string>
std::string which() { return "B/bar"; }

// C/bar
#include<string>
std::string which() { return "C/bar"; }

// foo.cc
#include "bar"
#include <iostream>

int main () {
    std::cout << which() << std::endl;
}

The priority with #include "bar" is leftmost:

$ g++ -IA -IB -IC foo.cc
$ ./a.out
A/bar

As you see, when the compiler started looking through A/, B/ and C/, it stopped at the first or leftmost hit.

This is true of both forms, include <> and incude "".

Difference between #include <bar> and #include "bar"

Usually, the #include <xxx> makes it look into system folders first, the #include "xxx" makes it look into the current or custom folders first.

E.g.:

Imagine you have the following files in your project folder:

list
main.cc

with main.cc:

#include "list"
....

For this, your compiler will #include the file list in your project folder, because it currently compiles main.cc and there is that file list in the current folder.

But with main.cc:

#include <list>
....

and then g++ main.cc, your compiler will look into the system folders first, and because <list> is a standard header, it will #include the file named list that comes with your C++ platform as part of the standard library.

This is all a bit simplified, but should give you the basic idea.

Details on <>/""-priorities and -I

According to the gcc-documentation, the priority for include <> is, on a "normal Unix system", as follows:

 /usr/local/include
 libdir/gcc/target/version/include
 /usr/target/include
 /usr/include

For C++ programs, it will also look in /usr/include/c++/version, first. In the above, target is the canonical name of the system GCC was configured to compile code for; [...].

The documentation also states:

You can add to this list with the -Idir command line option. All the directories named by -I are searched, in left-to-right order, before the default directories. The only exception is when dir is already searched by default. In this case, the option is ignored and the search order for system directories remains unchanged.

To continue our #include<list> / #include"list" example (same code):

g++ -I. main.cc

and

#include<list>
int main () { std::list<int> l; }

and indeed, the -I. prioritizes the folder . over the system includes and we get a compiler error.

How to restart Postgresql

On Windows :

1-Open Run Window by Winkey + R

2-Type services.msc

3-Search Postgres service based on version installed.

4-Click stop, start or restart the service option.

On Linux :

sudo systemctl restart postgresql

also instead of "restart" you can replace : status, stop or status.

Vue Js - Loop via v-for X times (in a range)

You can use the native JS slice method:

<div v-for="item in shoppingItems.slice(0,10)">

The slice() method returns the selected elements in an array, as a new array object.

Based on tip in the migration guide: https://vuejs.org/v2/guide/migration.html#Replacing-the-limitBy-Filter

When to use Comparable and Comparator

I have been asked sorting of a definite range of numbers in better than nlogn time in one of interview. (Not using Counting sort)

Implementing Comparable interface over an object allows implicit sorting algos to use overridden compareTo method to order sort elements and that would be linear time.

jQuery select change show/hide div event

<script>  
$(document).ready(function(){
    $('#colorselector').on('change', function() {
      if ( this.value == 'red')
      {
        $("#divid").show();
      }
      else
      {
        $("#divid").hide();
      }
    });
});
</script>

Do like this for every value Also change the values... as per your parameters

How do I open a URL from C++?

I was having the exact same problem in Windows.

I noticed that in OP's gist, he uses string("open ") in line 21, however, by using it one comes across this error:

'open' is not recognized as an internal or external command

After researching, I have found that open is MacOS the default command to open things. It is different on Windows or Linux.

Linux: xdg-open <URL>

Windows: start <URL>


For those of you that are using Windows, as I am, you can use the following:

std::string op = std::string("start ").append(url);
system(op.c_str());

How can I represent a range in Java?

You will have an if-check no matter how efficient you try to optimize this not-so-intensive computation :) You can subtract the upper bound from the number and if it's positive you know you are out of range. You can perhaps perform some boolean bit-shift logic to figure it out and you can even use Fermat's theorem if you want (kidding :) But the point is "why" do you need to optimize this comparison? What's the purpose?

Parse query string in JavaScript

Following on from my comment to the answer @bobby posted, here is the code I would use:

    function parseQuery(str)
        {
        if(typeof str != "string" || str.length == 0) return {};
        var s = str.split("&");
        var s_length = s.length;
        var bit, query = {}, first, second;
        for(var i = 0; i < s_length; i++)
            {
            bit = s[i].split("=");
            first = decodeURIComponent(bit[0]);
            if(first.length == 0) continue;
            second = decodeURIComponent(bit[1]);
            if(typeof query[first] == "undefined") query[first] = second;
            else if(query[first] instanceof Array) query[first].push(second);
            else query[first] = [query[first], second]; 
            }
        return query;
        }

This code takes in the querystring provided (as 'str') and returns an object. The string is split on all occurances of &, resulting in an array. the array is then travsersed and each item in it is split by "=". This results in sub arrays wherein the 0th element is the parameter and the 1st element is the value (or undefined if no = sign). These are mapped to object properties, so for example the string "hello=1&another=2&something" is turned into:

{
hello: "1",
another: "2",
something: undefined
}

In addition, this code notices repeating reoccurances such as "hello=1&hello=2" and converts the result into an array, eg:

{
hello: ["1", "2"]
}

You'll also notice it deals with cases in whih the = sign is not used. It also ignores if there is an equal sign straight after an & symbol.

A bit overkill for the original question, but a reusable solution if you ever need to work with querystrings in javascript :)

Java: how to convert HashMap<String, Object> to array

HashMap<String, String> hashMap = new HashMap<>();
String[] stringValues= new String[hashMap.values().size()];
hashMap.values().toArray(stringValues);

Unordered List (<ul>) default indent

Typical default display properties for ul

ul {
    display: block;
    list-style-type: disc;
    margin-before: 1em;
    margin-after: 1em;
    margin-start: 0;
    margin-end: 0;
    padding-start: 40px;
}

Maven error: Not authorized, ReasonPhrase:Unauthorized

I have recently encountered this problem. Here are the steps to resolve

  1. Check the servers section in the settings.xml file.Is username and password correct?

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<servers>_x000D_
  <server>_x000D_
    <id>serverId</id>_x000D_
    <username>username</username>_x000D_
    <password>password</password>_x000D_
  </server>_x000D_
</servers>
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  1. Check the repository section in the pom.xml file.The id of the server tag should be the same as the id of the repository tag.

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<repositories>_x000D_
 <repository>_x000D_
   <id>serverId</id>  _x000D_
   <url>http://maven.aliyun.com/nexus/content/groups/public/</url>_x000D_
 </repository>_x000D_
</repositories>
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  1. If the repository tag is not configured in the pom.xml file, look in the settings.xml file.

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<profiles>_x000D_
 <profile>_x000D_
   <repositories>_x000D_
     <repository>_x000D_
      <id>serverId</id>_x000D_
      <name>aliyun</name>_x000D_
      <url>http://maven.aliyun.com/nexus/content/groups/public/</url>_x000D_
     </repository>_x000D_
   </repositories>_x000D_
 </profile>_x000D_
</profiles>
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Note that you should ensure that the id of the server tag should be the same as the id of the repository tag.

Powershell script to see currently logged in users (domain and machine) + status (active, idle, away)

If you want to find interactively logged on users, I found a great tip here :https://p0w3rsh3ll.wordpress.com/2012/02/03/get-logged-on-users/ (Win32_ComputerSystem did not help me)

$explorerprocesses = @(Get-WmiObject -Query "Select * FROM Win32_Process WHERE Name='explorer.exe'" -ErrorAction SilentlyContinue)
If ($explorerprocesses.Count -eq 0)
{
    "No explorer process found / Nobody interactively logged on"
}
Else
{
    ForEach ($i in $explorerprocesses)
    {
        $Username = $i.GetOwner().User
        $Domain = $i.GetOwner().Domain
        Write-Host "$Domain\$Username logged on since: $($i.ConvertToDateTime($i.CreationDate))"
    }
}

How to create major and minor gridlines with different linestyles in Python

A simple DIY way would be to make the grid yourself:

import matplotlib.pyplot as plt

fig = plt.figure()
ax = fig.add_subplot(111)

ax.plot([1,2,3], [2,3,4], 'ro')

for xmaj in ax.xaxis.get_majorticklocs():
  ax.axvline(x=xmaj, ls='-')
for xmin in ax.xaxis.get_minorticklocs():
  ax.axvline(x=xmin, ls='--')

for ymaj in ax.yaxis.get_majorticklocs():
  ax.axhline(y=ymaj, ls='-')
for ymin in ax.yaxis.get_minorticklocs():
  ax.axhline(y=ymin, ls='--')
plt.show()

Python str vs unicode types

When you define a as unicode, the chars a and á are equal. Otherwise á counts as two chars. Try len(a) and len(au). In addition to that, you may need to have the encoding when you work with other environments. For example if you use md5, you get different values for a and ua

How to get the Display Name Attribute of an Enum member via MVC Razor code?

<ul>
    @foreach (int aPromotion in @Enum.GetValues(typeof(UserPromotion)))
    {
        var currentPromotion = (int)Model.JobSeeker.Promotion;
        if ((currentPromotion & aPromotion) == aPromotion)
        {
        <li>@Html.DisplayFor(e => currentPromotion)</li>
        }
    }
</ul>

How to check if a user is logged in (how to properly use user.is_authenticated)?

If you want to check for authenticated users in your template then:

{% if user.is_authenticated %}
    <p>Authenticated user</p>
{% else %}
    <!-- Do something which you want to do with unauthenticated user -->
{% endif %}

How to get first element in a list of tuples?

>>> a = [(1, u'abc'), (2, u'def')]
>>> [i[0] for i in a]
[1, 2]

how to convert milliseconds to date format in android?

tl;dr

Instant.ofEpochMilli( myMillisSinceEpoch )           // Convert count-of-milliseconds-since-epoch into a date-time in UTC (`Instant`).
    .atZone( ZoneId.of( "Africa/Tunis" ) )           // Adjust into the wall-clock time used by the people of a particular region (a time zone). Produces a `ZonedDateTime` object.
    .toLocalDate()                                   // Extract the date-only value (a `LocalDate` object) from the `ZonedDateTime` object, without time-of-day and without time zone.
    .format(                                         // Generate a string to textually represent the date value.
        DateTimeFormatter.ofPattern( "dd/MM/uuuu" )  // Specify a formatting pattern. Tip: Consider using `DateTimeFormatter.ofLocalized…` instead to soft-code the formatting pattern.
    )                                                // Returns a `String` object.
    

java.time

The modern approach uses the java.time classes that supplant the troublesome old legacy date-time classes used by all the other Answers.

Assuming you have a long number of milliseconds since the epoch reference of first moment of 1970 in UTC, 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z…

Instant instant = Instant.ofEpochMilli( myMillisSinceEpoch ) ;

To get a date requires a time zone. For any given moment, the date varies around the globe by zone.

ZoneId z = ZoneId.of( "Pacific/Auckland" ) ;
ZonedDateTime zdt = instant.atZone( z ) ;  // Same moment, different wall-clock time.

Extract a date-only value.

LocalDate ld = zdt.toLocalDate() ;

Generate a String representing that value using standard ISO 8601 format.

String output = ld.toString() ;

Generate a String in custom format.

DateTimeFormatter f = DateTimeFormatter.ofPattern( "dd/MM/uuuu" ) ;
String output = ld.format( f ) ;

Tip: Consider letting java.time automatically localize for you rather than hard-code a formatting pattern. Use the DateTimeFormatter.ofLocalized… methods.


About java.time

The java.time framework is built into Java 8 and later. These classes supplant the troublesome old legacy date-time classes such as java.util.Date, Calendar, & SimpleDateFormat.

To learn more, see the Oracle Tutorial. And search Stack Overflow for many examples and explanations. Specification is JSR 310.

The Joda-Time project, now in maintenance mode, advises migration to the java.time classes.

You may exchange java.time objects directly with your database. Use a JDBC driver compliant with JDBC 4.2 or later. No need for strings, no need for java.sql.* classes. Hibernate 5 & JPA 2.2 support java.time.

Where to obtain the java.time classes?

Auto-fit TextView for Android

After i tried Android official Autosizing TextView, i found if your Android version is prior to Android 8.0 (API level 26), you need use android.support.v7.widget.AppCompatTextView, and make sure your support library version is above 26.0.0. Example:

<android.support.v7.widget.AppCompatTextView
    android:layout_width="130dp"
    android:layout_height="32dp"
    android:maxLines="1"
    app:autoSizeMaxTextSize="22sp"
    app:autoSizeMinTextSize="12sp"
    app:autoSizeStepGranularity="2sp"
    app:autoSizeTextType="uniform" />

update:

According to @android-developer's reply, i check the AppCompatActivity source code, and found these two lines in onCreate

final AppCompatDelegate delegate = getDelegate(); delegate.installViewFactory();

and in AppCompatDelegateImpl's createView

    if (mAppCompatViewInflater == null) {
        mAppCompatViewInflater = new AppCompatViewInflater();
    }

it use AppCompatViewInflater inflater view, when AppCompatViewInflater createView it will use AppCompatTextView for "TextView".

public final View createView(){
    ...
    View view = null;
    switch (name) {
        case "TextView":
            view = new AppCompatTextView(context, attrs);
            break;
        case "ImageView":
            view = new AppCompatImageView(context, attrs);
            break;
        case "Button":
            view = new AppCompatButton(context, attrs);
            break;
    ...
}

In my project i don't use AppCompatActivity, so i need use <android.support.v7.widget.AppCompatTextView> in xml.

How to remove "disabled" attribute using jQuery?

Thought this you can easily setup

$(function(){
$("input[name^=radio_share]").click
(
    function()
    {
        if($(this).attr("id")=="radio_share_dependent")
        {
            $(".share_dependent_block input, .share_dependent_block select").prop("disabled",false);   
        }
        else
        {
            $(".share_dependent_block input, .share_dependent_block select").prop("disabled",true);   
        }
    }
 );
});

How to apply a low-pass or high-pass filter to an array in Matlab?

Look at the filter function.

If you just need a 1-pole low-pass filter, it's

xfilt = filter(a, [1 a-1], x);

where a = T/τ, T = the time between samples, and τ (tau) is the filter time constant.

Here's the corresponding high-pass filter:

xfilt = filter([1-a a-1],[1 a-1], x);

If you need to design a filter, and have a license for the Signal Processing Toolbox, there's a bunch of functions, look at fvtool and fdatool.

what does mysql_real_escape_string() really do?

PHP’s mysql_real_escape_string function is only a wrapper for MySQL’s mysql_real_escape_string function. It basically prepares the input string to be safely used in a MySQL string declaration by escaping certain characters so that they can’t be misinterpreted as a string delimiter or an escape sequence delimiter and thereby allow certain injection attacks.

The real in mysql_real_escape_string in opposite to mysql_escape_string is due to the fact that it also takes the current character encoding into account as the risky characters are not encoded equally in the different character encodings. But you need to specify the character encoding change properly in order to get mysql_real_escape_string work properly.

Why does my Spring Boot App always shutdown immediately after starting?

Resolution: the app is not a webapp because it doesn't have an embedded container (e.g. Tomcat) on the classpath. Adding one fixed it. If you are using Maven, then add this in pom.xml:

<dependency>
    <groupId>org.springframework.boot</groupId>
    <artifactId>spring-boot-starter-web</artifactId>
</dependency>

For Gradle (build.gradle) it looks like

dependencies {
    compile 'org.springframework.boot:spring-boot-starter-web'
}

How to get Spinner value?

add setOnItemSelectedListener to spinner reference and get the data like that`

 mSizeSpinner.setOnItemSelectedListener(new AdapterView.OnItemSelectedListener() {
        @Override
        public void onItemSelected(AdapterView<?> adapterView, View view, int position, long l) {
            selectedSize=adapterView.getItemAtPosition(position).toString();

Pro JavaScript programmer interview questions (with answers)

Ask "What unit testing framework do you use? and why?"

You can decide if actually using a testing framework is really necessary, but the conversation might tell you a lot about how expert the person is.

Import SQL dump into PostgreSQL database

You can do it in pgadmin3. Drop the schema(s) that your dump contains. Then right-click on the database and choose Restore. Then you can browse for the dump file.

Get the new record primary key ID from MySQL insert query?

BEWARE !! of LAST_INSERT_ID() if trying to return this primary key value within PHP.

I know this thread is not tagged PHP, but for anybody who came across this answer looking to return a MySQL insert id from a PHP scripted insert using standard mysql_query calls - it wont work and is not obvious without capturing SQL errors.

The newer mysqli supports multiple queries - which LAST_INSERT_ID() actually is a second query from the original.

IMO a separate SELECT to identify the last primary key is safer than the optional mysql_insert_id() function returning the AUTO_INCREMENT ID generated from the previous INSERT operation.

How to find and replace string?

like some say boost::replace_all

here a dummy example:

    #include <boost/algorithm/string/replace.hpp>

    std::string path("file.gz");
    boost::replace_all(path, ".gz", ".zip");

CMake unable to determine linker language with C++

I want to add another solution in case a library without any source files shall be build. Such libraries are also known as header only libraries. By default add_library expects at least one source file added or otherwise the mentioned error occurs. Since header only libraries are quite common, cmake has the INTERFACE keyword to build such libraries. The INTERFACE keyword is used as shown below and it eliminates the need for empty source files added to the library.

add_library(myLibrary INTERFACE)
target_include_directories(myLibrary INTERFACE {CMAKE_CURRENT_SOURCE_DIR})

The example above would build a header only library including all header files in the same directory as the CMakeLists.txt. Replace {CMAKE_CURRENT_SOURCE_DIR} with a path in case your header files are in a different directory than the CMakeLists.txt file.

Have a look at this blog post or the cmake documentation for further info regarding header only libraries and cmake.

Google Chrome: This setting is enforced by your administrator

On Linux, you can get rid of "Managed by your organization" Chrome policies, by removing these directories (as sudo probably):

/etc/opt/chrome/policies
/etc/opt/chrome/policies/managed
/etc/opt/chrome/policies/recommended