Programs & Examples On #Node.js

Node.js is an event-based, non-blocking, asynchronous I/O framework that uses Google's V8 JavaScript engine and libuv library. It is used for developing applications that make heavy use of the ability to run JavaScript both on the client, as well as on server side and therefore benefit from the re-usability of code and the lack of context switching.

Can't install any package with node npm

If anyone is specifically getting Unexpected token <, and your package.json is fine, check your npm-shrinkwrap.json file! I had unresolved merge issues in mine, and fixing that resolved everything.

receiving error: 'Error: SSL Error: SELF_SIGNED_CERT_IN_CHAIN' while using npm

The error SELF_SIGNED_CERT_IN_CHAIN means that you have self signed certificate in certificate chain which is basically not trusted by the system.

If that happens, basically something fishy is going on, therefore as people already commented, it is not recommended to just disable certificate checks, but better approach is to understand what is the problem and fix the cause of it.

This maybe related either to:

  • custom repository address which doesn't have the right certificate,

  • a corporate network with transparent proxy.

    If you're behind a corporate web proxy, you should set-up the proper HTTP_PROXY/HTTPS_PROXY environment variables or set them via npm:

      npm config set proxy http://proxy.company.com:8080
      npm config set https-proxy http://proxy.company.com:8080
    

    See: How to setup Node.js and Npm behind a corporate web proxy

If you trust the host, you can export the self-signed certificate from the chain and import them into system, so they're marked as trusted.

This can be achieved by checking the certificates by (change example.com into npm repo which is failing based on the npm-debug.log):

openssl s_client -showcerts -connect example.com:443 < /dev/null

then save the certificate content (between BEGIN and END) into .crt file in order to import it.

Linux

As per suggestion, you can add the below to the /etc/environment file (Node 7.4+) to export your CA chain, like:

NODE_EXTRA_CA_CERTS=/etc/pki/ca-trust/source/anchors/yourCer??ts.pem

CentOS

On CentOS 5 this can be appended into /etc/pki/tls/certs/ca-bundle.crt file, e.g.

ex +'g/BEGIN CERTIFICATE/,/END CERTIFICATE/p' <(echo | openssl s_client -showcerts -connect example.com:443) -scq | sudo tee -a /etc/pki/tls/certs/ca-bundle.crt
sudo update-ca-trust force-enable
sudo update-ca-trust extract
npm install

Note: To export only first certificate, remove g at the beginning.

In CentOS 6, the certificate file can be copied to /etc/pki/ca-trust/source/anchors/.

Ubuntu/Debian

In Ubuntu/Debian, copy CRT file into /usr/local/share/ca-certificates/ then run:

sudo update-ca-certificates

macOS

In macOS you can run:

sudo security add-trusted-cert -d -r trustRoot -k /Library/Keychains/System.keychain ~/foo.crt

Windows

In Windows: certutil -addstore -f "ROOT" new-root-certificate.crt


See also: npm - Troubleshooting - SSL Error

Node.js/Windows error: ENOENT, stat 'C:\Users\RT\AppData\Roaming\npm'

I recommend setting an alternative location for your npm modules.

npm config set prefix C:\Dev\npm-repository\npm --global 
npm config set cache C:\Dev\npm-repository\npm-cache --global  

Of course you can set the location to wherever best suits.

This has worked well for me and gets around any permissions issues that you may encounter.

Node.js: printing to console without a trailing newline?

util.print can be used also. Read: http://nodejs.org/api/util.html#util_util_print

util.print([...])# A synchronous output function. Will block the process, cast each argument to a string then output to stdout. Does not place newlines after each argument.

An example:

// get total length
var len = parseInt(response.headers['content-length'], 10);
var cur = 0;

// handle the response
response.on('data', function(chunk) {
  cur += chunk.length;
  util.print("Downloading " + (100.0 * cur / len).toFixed(2) + "% " + cur + " bytes\r");
});

NodeJS w/Express Error: Cannot GET /

In my case, the static content was already being served:

app.use('/*', express.static(path.join(__dirname, '../pub/index.html')));

...and everything in the app seemed to rely on that in some way. (path dep is require('path'))

So, a) yes, it can be a file; and b) you can make a redirect!

app.get('/', function (req, res) { res.redirect('/index.html') });

Now anyone hitting / gets /index.html which is served statically from ../pub/index.html.

Hope this helps someone else.

CORS: Cannot use wildcard in Access-Control-Allow-Origin when credentials flag is true

Expanding on @Renaud idea, cors now provides a very easy way of doing this:

From cors official documentation found here:

" origin: Configures the Access-Control-Allow-Origin CORS header. Possible values: Boolean - set origin to true to reflect the request origin, as defined by req.header('Origin'), or set it to false to disable CORS. "

Hence we simply do the following:

const app = express();
const corsConfig = {
    credentials: true,
    origin: true,
};
app.use(cors(corsConfig));

Lastly I think it is worth mentioning that there are use cases where we would want to allow cross origin requests from anyone; for example, when building a public REST API.

NOTE: I would have liked to leave this as a comment on his answer, but unfortunately I don't have the reputation points.

Difference between readFile() and readFileSync()

fs.readFile takes a call back which calls response.send as you have shown - good. If you simply replace that with fs.readFileSync, you need to be aware it does not take a callback so your callback which calls response.send will never get called and therefore the response will never end and it will timeout.

You need to show your readFileSync code if you're not simply replacing readFile with readFileSync.

Also, just so you're aware, you should never call readFileSync in a node express/webserver since it will tie up the single thread loop while I/O is performed. You want the node loop to process other requests until the I/O completes and your callback handling code can run.

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

All the other answers didn't work for me. (including cors package, or setting headers through middleware)

For socket.io 3^ this worked without any extra packages.

const express = require('express');
const app = express();

const server = require('http').createServer(app);
const io = require('socket.io')(server, {
    cors: {
        origin: "*",
        methods: ["GET", "POST"]
    }
});

How do I use Node.js Crypto to create a HMAC-SHA1 hash?

Documentation for crypto: http://nodejs.org/api/crypto.html

const crypto = require('crypto')

const text = 'I love cupcakes'
const key = 'abcdeg'

crypto.createHmac('sha1', key)
  .update(text)
  .digest('hex')

Nodejs send file in response

You need use Stream to send file (archive) in a response, what is more you have to use appropriate Content-type in your response header.

There is an example function that do it:

const fs = require('fs');

// Where fileName is name of the file and response is Node.js Reponse. 
responseFile = (fileName, response) => {
  const filePath =  "/path/to/archive.rar" // or any file format

  // Check if file specified by the filePath exists 
  fs.exists(filePath, function(exists){
      if (exists) {     
        // Content-type is very interesting part that guarantee that
        // Web browser will handle response in an appropriate manner.
        response.writeHead(200, {
          "Content-Type": "application/octet-stream",
          "Content-Disposition": "attachment; filename=" + fileName
        });
        fs.createReadStream(filePath).pipe(response);
      } else {
        response.writeHead(400, {"Content-Type": "text/plain"});
        response.end("ERROR File does not exist");
      }
    });
  }
}

The purpose of the Content-Type field is to describe the data contained in the body fully enough that the receiving user agent can pick an appropriate agent or mechanism to present the data to the user, or otherwise deal with the data in an appropriate manner.

"application/octet-stream" is defined as "arbitrary binary data" in RFC 2046, purpose of this content-type is to be saved to disk - it is what you really need.

"filename=[name of file]" specifies name of file which will be downloaded.

For more information please see this stackoverflow topic.

E: Unable to locate package npm

Your system can't find npm package because you haven't add nodejs repository to your system..

Try follow this installation step:
Add nodejs PPA repository to our system and python software properties too

sudo apt-get install curl python-software-properties 
// sudo apt-get install curl software-properties-common

curl -sL https://deb.nodesource.com/setup_10.x | sudo bash -
sudo apt-get update

Then install npm

sudo apt-get install nodejs

Check if npm and node was installed and you're ready to use node.js

node -v
npm -v

If someone was failed to install nodejs.. Try remove the npm first, maybe the old installation was broken..

sudo apt-get remove nodejs
sudo apt-get remove npm

Check if npm or node folder still exist, delete it if you found them

which node
which npm

create a trusted self-signed SSL cert for localhost (for use with Express/Node)

Shortest way. Tested on MacOS, but may work similarly on other OS.

Generate pem

> openssl req -x509 -newkey rsa:2048 -keyout keytmp.pem -out cert.pem -days 365

> openssl rsa -in keytmp.pem -out key.pem

Your express server

const express = require('express')
const app = express()
const https = require('https')
const fs = require('fs')
const port = 3000

app.get('/', (req, res) => {
  res.send('WORKING!')
})

const httpsOptions = {
  key: fs.readFileSync('./key.pem'),
  cert: fs.readFileSync('./cert.pem')
}
const server = https.createServer(httpsOptions, app).listen(port, () => {
  console.log('server running at ' + port)
})
  • Open https://localhost:3000 in Google Chrome and you'll see that it's not secure. Yet!
  • In Developer Tools > Security > View Certificate: Drag image to your desktop and double click it.
  • Click 'Add'
  • Find it in Keychain Access and double click it
  • Expand 'Trust' and change 'When using this certificate' to 'Always trust'.
  • You may be prompted to authenticate.
  • Restart your server.
  • Refresh your browser.
  • Enjoy! :)

How can I get date in application run by node.js?

You would use the javascript date object:

MDN documentation for the Date object

var d = new Date();

How to send a POST request from node.js Express?

I use superagent, which is simliar to jQuery.

Here is the docs

And the demo like:

var sa = require('superagent');
sa.post('url')
  .send({key: value})
  .end(function(err, res) {
    //TODO
  });

What does "res.render" do, and what does the html file look like?

What does res.render do and what does the html file look like?

res.render() function compiles your template (please don't use ejs), inserts locals there, and creates html output out of those two things.


Answering Edit 2 part.

// here you set that all templates are located in `/views` directory
app.set('views', __dirname + '/views');

// here you set that you're using `ejs` template engine, and the
// default extension is `ejs`
app.set('view engine', 'ejs');

// here you render `orders` template
response.render("orders", {orders: orders_json});

So, the template path is views/ (first part) + orders (second part) + .ejs (third part) === views/orders.ejs


Anyway, express.js documentation is good for what it does. It is API reference, not a "how to use node.js" book.

Change directory in Node.js command prompt

To switch to the another directory process.chdir("../");

Using filesystem in node.js with async / await

I have this little helping module that exports promisified versions of fs functions

const fs = require("fs");
const {promisify} = require("util")

module.exports = {
  readdir: promisify(fs.readdir),
  readFile: promisify(fs.readFile),
  writeFile: promisify(fs.writeFile)
  // etc...
};

Node.js + Nginx - What now?

answering your question 2:

I would use option b simply because it consumes much less resources. with option 'a', every client will cause the server to consume a lot of memory, loading all the files you need (even though i like php, this is one of the problems with it). With option 'b' you can load your libraries (reusable code) and share them among all client requests.

But be ware that if you have multiple cores you should tweak node.js to use all of them.

How to change bower's default components folder?

I had the same issue on my windows 10. This is what fixed my problem

  1. Delete bower_components in your root folder
  2. Create a .bowerrc file in the root
  3. In the file write this code {"directory" : "public/bower_components"}
  4. Run a bower install

You should see bower_components folder in your public folder now

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

I had this problem. The solution was to allow node.js through the server's firewall.

Doing a cleanup action just before Node.js exits

UPDATE:

You can register a handler for process.on('exit') and in any other case(SIGINT or unhandled exception) to call process.exit()

process.stdin.resume();//so the program will not close instantly

function exitHandler(options, exitCode) {
    if (options.cleanup) console.log('clean');
    if (exitCode || exitCode === 0) console.log(exitCode);
    if (options.exit) process.exit();
}

//do something when app is closing
process.on('exit', exitHandler.bind(null,{cleanup:true}));

//catches ctrl+c event
process.on('SIGINT', exitHandler.bind(null, {exit:true}));

// catches "kill pid" (for example: nodemon restart)
process.on('SIGUSR1', exitHandler.bind(null, {exit:true}));
process.on('SIGUSR2', exitHandler.bind(null, {exit:true}));

//catches uncaught exceptions
process.on('uncaughtException', exitHandler.bind(null, {exit:true}));

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

I have the same issue but my environment variables are set well and the version of npm and node is specified in package.json. I figured out it is because, in my case, Heroku needs "start" to be specified in package.json:

  "scripts": {
    "start": "node index.js"
  }

After adding this to my package.json my node app is successfully deployed on Heroku.

How to fix Error: listen EADDRINUSE while using nodejs?

Your application is already running on that port 8080 . Use this code to kill the port and run your code again

sudo lsof -t -i tcp:8080 | xargs kill -9

Checking version of angular-cli that's installed?

Execute:

ng v

or

ng --version

tell you the current angular cli version number

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Webpack - webpack-dev-server: command not found

I had similar problem with Yarn, none of above worked for me, so I simply removed ./node_modules and run yarn install and problem gone.

nodejs mongodb object id to string

try this: objectId.str;

see doc.

how to check for datatype in node js- specifically for integer

Your logic is correct but you have 2 mistakes apparently everyone missed:

just change if(Number(i) = 'NaN') to if(Number(i) == NaN)

NaN is a constant and you should use double equality signs to compare, a single one is used to assign values to variables.

Why is my asynchronous function returning Promise { <pending> } instead of a value?

I had the same issue earlier, but my situation was a bit different in the front-end. I'll share my scenario anyway, maybe someone might find it useful.

I had an api call to /api/user/register in the frontend with email, password and username as request body. On submitting the form(register form), a handler function is called which initiates the fetch call to /api/user/register. I used the event.preventDefault() in the beginning line of this handler function, all other lines,like forming the request body as well the fetch call was written after the event.preventDefault(). This returned a pending promise.

But when I put the request body formation code above the event.preventDefault(), it returned the real promise. Like this:

event.preventDefault();
    const data = {
        'email': email,
        'password': password
    }
    fetch(...)
     ...

instead of :

     const data = {
            'email': email,
            'password': password
        }
     event.preventDefault();
     fetch(...)
     ...

JavaScript require() on client side

You can create elements to the DOM, which loads items.

Like such:

var myScript = document.createElement('script'); // Create new script element
myScript.type = 'text/javascript'; // Set appropriate type
myScript.src = './js/myclass.js'; // Load javascript file

Upload a file to Amazon S3 with NodeJS

Uploading a file to AWS s3 and sending the url in response for accessing the file.

Multer is a node.js middleware for handling multipart/form-data, which is primarily used for uploading files. It is written on top of busboy for maximum efficiency. check this npm module here.

When you are sending the request, make sure the headers, have Content-Type is multipart/form-data. We are sending the file location in the response, which will give the url, but if you want to access that url, make the bucket public or else you will not be able to access it.

upload.router.js

const express = require('express');
const router = express.Router();
const AWS = require('aws-sdk');
const multer = require('multer');
const storage = multer.memoryStorage()
const upload = multer({storage: storage});

const s3Client = new AWS.S3({
    accessKeyId: 'your_access_key_id',
    secretAccessKey: 'your_secret_access_id',
    region :'ur region'
});

const uploadParams = {
         Bucket: 'ur_bucket_name', 
         Key: '', // pass key
         Body: null, // pass file body
};


router.post('/api/file/upload', upload.single("file"),(req,res) => {
    const params = uploadParams;

    uploadParams.Key = req.file.originalname;
    uploadParams.Body = req.file.buffer;

    s3Client.upload(params, (err, data) => {
        if (err) {
            res.status(500).json({error:"Error -> " + err});
        }
        res.json({message: 'File uploaded successfully','filename': 
        req.file.originalname, 'location': data.Location});
    });
});

module.exports = router;

app.js

const express = require('express');
const app = express();

const router = require('./app/routers/upload.router.js');
app.use('/', router);

// Create a Server
  const server = app.listen(8080, () => {
  console.log("App listening at 8080"); 
})

Node: log in a file instead of the console

You can also have a look at this npm module: https://www.npmjs.com/package/noogger

noogger

simple and straight forward...

How to make a node.js application run permanently?

Forever is a very good NodeJs module to do exactly that.

Install forever by typing in the command line

$ npm install forever -g

Then use the following command to run a node.js script

$ forever start /path/to/script.js

You are good to go. Additionally you can run

$ forever list

to see all the running scripts. You can terminate any specific script by typing

$ forever stop [pid]

where [pid] is the process ID of the script you will obtain from the list command. To stop all scripts, you may type

$ forever stopall

Docker-compose: node_modules not present in a volume after npm install succeeds

In my opinion, we should not RUN npm install in the Dockerfile. Instead, we can start a container using bash to install the dependencies before runing the formal node service

docker run -it -v ./app:/usr/src/app  your_node_image_name  /bin/bash
root@247543a930d6:/usr/src/app# npm install

Javascript - get array of dates between 2 dates

If you are using moment then you can use their "official plugin" for ranges moment-range and then this becomes trivial.

moment-range node example:

const Moment = require('moment');
const MomentRange = require('moment-range');
const moment = MomentRange.extendMoment(Moment);

const start = new Date("11/30/2018"), end = new Date("09/30/2019")
const range = moment.range(moment(start), moment(end));

console.log(Array.from(range.by('day')))

moment-range browser example:

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window['moment-range'].extendMoment(moment);_x000D_
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const start = new Date("11/30/2018"), end = new Date("09/30/2019")_x000D_
const range = moment.range(moment(start), moment(end));_x000D_
_x000D_
console.log(Array.from(range.by('day')))
_x000D_
<script src="https://cdnjs.cloudflare.com/ajax/libs/moment.js/2.22.2/moment.min.js"></script>_x000D_
<script src="https://cdnjs.cloudflare.com/ajax/libs/moment-range/4.0.1/moment-range.js"></script>
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date fns example:

If you are using date-fns then eachDay is your friend and you get by far the shortest and most concise answer:

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console.log(dateFns.eachDay(_x000D_
  new Date(2018, 11, 30),_x000D_
  new Date(2019, 30, 09)_x000D_
))
_x000D_
<script src="https://cdnjs.cloudflare.com/ajax/libs/date-fns/1.29.0/date_fns.min.js"></script>
_x000D_
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_x000D_

Parsing huge logfiles in Node.js - read in line-by-line

I used https://www.npmjs.com/package/line-by-line for reading more than 1 000 000 lines from a text file. In this case, an occupied capacity of RAM was about 50-60 megabyte.

    const LineByLineReader = require('line-by-line'),
    lr = new LineByLineReader('big_file.txt');

    lr.on('error', function (err) {
         // 'err' contains error object
    });

    lr.on('line', function (line) {
        // pause emitting of lines...
        lr.pause();

        // ...do your asynchronous line processing..
        setTimeout(function () {
            // ...and continue emitting lines.
            lr.resume();
        }, 100);
    });

    lr.on('end', function () {
         // All lines are read, file is closed now.
    });

How to provide a mysql database connection in single file in nodejs

You could create a db wrapper then require it. node's require returns the same instance of a module every time, so you can perform your connection and return a handler. From the Node.js docs:

every call to require('foo') will get exactly the same object returned, if it would resolve to the same file.

You could create db.js:

var mysql = require('mysql');
var connection = mysql.createConnection({
    host     : '127.0.0.1',
    user     : 'root',
    password : '',
    database : 'chat'
});

connection.connect(function(err) {
    if (err) throw err;
});

module.exports = connection;

Then in your app.js, you would simply require it.

var express = require('express');
var app = express();
var db = require('./db');

app.get('/save',function(req,res){
    var post  = {from:'me', to:'you', msg:'hi'};
    db.query('INSERT INTO messages SET ?', post, function(err, result) {
      if (err) throw err;
    });
});

server.listen(3000);

This approach allows you to abstract any connection details, wrap anything else you want to expose and require db throughout your application while maintaining one connection to your db thanks to how node require works :)

How do you prevent install of "devDependencies" NPM modules for Node.js (package.json)?

npm install --production is the right way of installing node modules which are required for production. Check the documentation for more details

Why does Node.js' fs.readFile() return a buffer instead of string?

Try:

    fs.readFile("test.txt", "utf8", function(err, data) {...});

Basically, you need to specify the encoding.

Installing Node.js (and npm) on Windows 10

The reason why you have to modify the AppData could be:

  1. Node.js couldn't handle path longer then 256 characters, windows tend to have very long PATH.
  2. If you are login from a corporate environment, your AppData might be on the server - that won't work. The npm directory must be in your local drive.

Even after doing that, the latest LTE (4.4.4) still have problem with Windows 10, it worked for a little while then whenever I try to:

$ npm install _some_package_ --global 

Node throw the "FATAL ERROR CALL_AND_RETRY_LAST Allocation failed - process out of memory" error. Still try to find a solution to that problem.

The only thing I find works is to run Vagrant or Virtual box, then run the Linux command line (must matching the path) which is quite a messy solution.

How can I pretty-print JSON using node.js?

what about this?

console.table(object)

sample

How to format a UTC date as a `YYYY-MM-DD hh:mm:ss` string using NodeJS?

The javascript library sugar.js (http://sugarjs.com/) has functions to format dates

Example:

Date.create().format('{dd}/{MM}/{yyyy} {hh}:{mm}:{ss}.{fff}')

How to install package from github repo in Yarn

For GitHub (or similar) private repository:

yarn add 'ssh://[email protected]:myproject.git#<branch,tag,commit>'
npm install 'ssh://[email protected]:myproject.git#<branch,tag,commit>'

How to execute the start script with Nodemon

I have a TypeScript file called "server.ts", The following npm scripts configures Nodemon and npm to start my app and monitor for any changes on TypeScript files:

"start": "nodemon -e ts  --exec \"npm run myapp\"",
"myapp": "tsc -p . && node server.js",

I already have Nodemon on dependencies. When I run npm start, it will ask Nodemon to monitor its files using the -e switch and then it calls the myapp npm script which is a simple combination of transpiling the typescript files and then starting the resulting server.js. When I change the TypeScript file, because of -e switch the same cycle happens and new .js files will be generated and executed.

can you host a private repository for your organization to use with npm?

https://github.com/isaacs/npmjs.org/ : In npm version v1.0.26 you can specify private git repositories urls as a dependency in your package.json files. I have not used it but would love feedback. Here is what you need to do:

{
    "name": "my-app",
    "dependencies": {
        "private-repo": "git+ssh://[email protected]:my-app.git#v0.0.1",
    }
}

The following post talks about this: Debuggable: Private npm modules

How can I use an ES6 import in Node.js?

If you are using the modules system on the server side, you do not need to use Babel at all. To use modules in Node.js ensure that:

  1. Use a version of node that supports the --experimental-modules flag
  2. Your *.js files must then be renamed to *.mjs

That's it.

However and this is a big however, while your shinny pure ES6 code will run in an environment like Node.js (e.g., 9.5.0) you will still have the craziness of transpilling just to test. Also bear in mind that Ecma has stated that release cycles for JavaScript are going to be faster, with newer features delivered on a more regular basis. Whilst this will be no problems for single environments like Node.js, it's a slightly different proposition for browser environments. What is clear is that testing frameworks have a lot to do in catching up. You will still need to probably transpile for testing frameworks. I'd suggest using Jest.

Also be aware of bundling frameworks. You will be running into problems there.

Mongoose.js: Find user by username LIKE value

collection.findOne({
    username: /peter/i
}, function (err, user) {
    assert(/peter/i.test(user.username))
})

Testing javascript with Mocha - how can I use console.log to debug a test?

If you are testing asynchronous code, you need to make sure to place done() in the callback of that asynchronous code. I had that issue when testing http requests to a REST API.

jwt check if token expired

This is the answer if someone want to know

if (Date.now() >= exp * 1000) {
  return false;
}

How to sort in mongoose?

Update

There is a better write up if this is confusing people; check out finding documents and how queries work in the mongoose manual. If you want to use the fluent api you can get a query object by not providing a callback to the find() method, otherwise you can specify the parameters as I outline below.

Original

Given a model object, per the docs on Model, this is how it can work for 2.4.1:

Post.find({search-spec}, [return field array], {options}, callback)

The search spec expects an object, but you can pass null or an empty object.

The second param is the field list as an array of strings, so you would supply ['field','field2'] or null.

The third param is the options as an object, which includes the ability to sort the result set. You would use { sort: { field: direction } } where field is the string fieldname test (in your case) and direction is a number where 1 is ascending and -1 is desceding.

The final param (callback) is the callback function which receives the collection of docs returned by the query.

The Model.find() implementation (at this version) does a sliding allocation of properties to handle optional params (which is what confused me!):

Model.find = function find (conditions, fields, options, callback) {
  if ('function' == typeof conditions) {
    callback = conditions;
    conditions = {};
    fields = null;
    options = null;
  } else if ('function' == typeof fields) {
    callback = fields;
    fields = null;
    options = null;
  } else if ('function' == typeof options) {
    callback = options;
    options = null;
  }

  var query = new Query(conditions, options).select(fields).bind(this, 'find');

  if ('undefined' === typeof callback)
    return query;

  this._applyNamedScope(query);
  return query.find(callback);
};

HTH

How to get GET (query string) variables in Express.js on Node.js?

There are 2 ways to pass parameters via GET method

Method 1 : The MVC approach where you pass the parameters like /routename/:paramname
In this case you can use req.params.paramname to get the parameter value For Example refer below code where I am expecting Id as a param
link could be like : http://myhost.com/items/23

var express = require('express');
var app = express();
app.get("items/:id", function(req, res) {
    var id = req.params.id;
    //further operations to perform
});
app.listen(3000);

Method 2 : General Approach : Passing variables as query string using '?' operator
For Example refer below code where I am expecting Id as a query parameter
link could be like : http://myhost.com/items?id=23

var express = require('express');
var app = express();
app.get("/items", function(req, res) {
    var id = req.query.id;
    //further operations to perform
});
app.listen(3000);

Node Version Manager (NVM) on Windows

Nvm can be used to manage various node version :

  • Step1: Download nvm for Windows

  • Step2: Choose nvm-setup.zip

  • Step3: Unzip & click on installer.

  • Step4: Check if nvm properly installed, In new command prompt type nvm

  • Step5: Install node js using nvm : nvm install <version> : The version can be a node.js version or "latest" for the latest stable version

  • Step6: check node version - node -v

  • Step7(Optional)If you want to install another version of node js - Use STEP 5 with different version.

  • Step8: Check list node js version - nvm list

  • Step9: If you want to use specific node version do - nvm use <version>

NPM Install Error:Unexpected end of JSON input while parsing near '...nt-webpack-plugin":"0'

You can use yarn package manager instead of npm.

It solved this problem for me

Node.js - EJS - including a partial

In oficial documentation https://github.com/mde/ejs#includes show that includes works like that:

<%- include('../partials/head') %>

"Fatal error: Unable to find local grunt." when running "grunt" command

I had the same issue today on windows 32 bit,with node 0.10.25, and grunt 0.4.5.

I followed dongho's answer, with just few extra steps. here are the steps I used to solve the error:

1) create your package.json

$ npm init

2) install grunt for this project, this will be installed under node_modules/. --save-dev will add this module to devDependency in your package.json

$ npm install grunt --save-dev

3) then create gruntfile.js , with a sample code like this:

module.exports = function(grunt) {

  grunt.initConfig({
    jshint: {
      files: ['Gruntfile.js', 'src/**/*.js', 'test/**/*.js'],
      options: {
        globals: {
          jQuery: true
        }
      }
    },
    watch: {
      files: ['<%= jshint.files %>'],
      tasks: ['jshint']
    }
  });

  grunt.loadNpmTasks('grunt-contrib-jshint');
  grunt.loadNpmTasks('grunt-contrib-watch');

  grunt.registerTask('default', ['jshint']);

};

here, src/**/*.js and test/**/*.js should be the paths to actual JS files you are using in your project

4) run npm install grunt-contrib-jshint --save-dev

5) run npm install grunt-contrib-watch --save-dev

6) run $ grunt

Note: when you require common package like concat, uglify etc, you need to add those modules via npm install, just the way we installed jshint and watch in step 4 & 5

How to set environment variables from within package.json?

Although not directly answering the question I´d like to share an idea on top of the other answers. From what I got each of these would offer some level of complexity to achieve cross platform independency.

On my scenario all I wanted, originally, to set a variable to control whether or not to secure the server with JWT authentication (for development purposes)

After reading the answers I decided simply to create 2 different files, with authentication turned on and off respectively.

  "scripts": {
    "dev": "nodemon --debug  index_auth.js",
    "devna": "nodemon --debug  index_no_auth.js",
  }

The files are simply wrappers that call the original index.js file (which I renamed to appbootstrapper.js):

//index_no_auth.js authentication turned off
const bootstrapper = require('./appbootstrapper');
bootstrapper(false);

//index_auth.js authentication turned on
const bootstrapper = require('./appbootstrapper');
bootstrapper(true);

class AppBootStrapper {

    init(useauth) {
        //real initialization
    }
}

Perhaps this can help someone else

How can I run multiple npm scripts in parallel?

... but that will wait for start-watch to finish before running wp-server.

For that to work, you will have to use start on your command. Others have already illustrated but this is how it will work, your code below:

"dev": "npm run start-watch && npm run wp-server"

Should be :

"dev": " start npm run start-watch && start npm run wp-server"

What this will do is, it will open a separate instance for each command and process them concurrently, which shouldn't be an issue as far as your initial issue is concerned. Why do I say so? It's because these instances both open automatically while you run only 1 statement, which is your initial goal.

How can I generate an ObjectId with mongoose?

With ES6 syntax

import mongoose from "mongoose";

// Generate a new new ObjectId
const newId2 = new mongoose.Types.ObjectId();
// Convert string to ObjectId
const newId = new mongoose.Types.ObjectId('56cb91bdc3464f14678934ca');

Where does forever store console.log output?

Help is your best saviour, there is a logs action that you can call to check logs for all running processes.

forever --help

Shows the commands

logs                Lists log files for all forever processes
logs <script|index> Tails the logs for <script|index>

Sample output of the above command, for three processes running. console.log output's are stored in these logs.

info:    Logs for running Forever processes
data:        script    logfile
data:    [0] server.js /root/.forever/79ao.log
data:    [1] server.js /root/.forever/ZcOk.log
data:    [2] server.js /root/.forever/L30K.log

How can I get npm start at a different directory?

Below Command where project is a folder which contains package.json file

npm run --prefix project ${COMMAND}

is working as well. Useful in Docker based applications.

sudo: npm: command not found

simply reinstall .

On RHEL, CentOS and Fedora

sudo yum remove nodejs npm
sudo dnf remove nodejs npm   [On Fedora 22+ versions]

then

yum -y install nodejs npm
dnf -y install nodejs npm   [On Fedora 22+ versions]

easy!.. both node and npm works like a charm now!

module.exports vs exports in Node.js

I found this link useful to answer the above question.

http://timnew.me/blog/2012/04/20/exports-vs-module-exports-in-node-js/

To add to the other posts The module system in node does

var exports = module.exports 

before executing your code. So when you want to exports = foo , you probably want to do module.exports = exports = foo but using exports.foo = foo should be fine

Code coverage with Mocha

You need an additional library for code coverage, and you are going to be blown away by how powerful and easy istanbul is. Try the following, after you get your mocha tests to pass:

npm install nyc

Now, simply place the command nyc in front of your existing test command, for example:

{
  "scripts": {
    "test": "nyc mocha"
  }
}

POST request not allowed - 405 Not Allowed - nginx, even with headers included

In my case it was POST submission of a json to be processed and get a return value. I cross checked logs of my app server with and without nginx. What i got was my location was not getting appended to proxy_pass url and the version of HTTP protocol version is different.

  • Without nginx: "POST /xxQuery HTTP/1.1" 200 -
  • With nginx: "POST / HTTP/1.0" 405 -

My earlier location block was

location /xxQuery {
    proxy_method POST;
    proxy_pass http://127.0.0.1:xx00/;
    client_max_body_size 10M;
}

I changed it to

location /xxQuery {
    proxy_method POST;
    proxy_http_version 1.1;
    proxy_pass http://127.0.0.1:xx00/xxQuery;
    client_max_body_size 10M;
}

It worked.

Laravel 5.4 ‘cross-env’ Is Not Recognized as an Internal or External Command

This worked for me (on Windows 10):

  1. Add the following lines into your scripts in the package.json file:

    "dev": "npm run development",
    "development": "cross-env NODE_ENV=development node_modules/webpack/bin/webpack.js --progress --hide-modules --config=node_modules/laravel-mix/setup/webpack.config.js",
    "watch": "npm run development -- --watch",
    "watch-poll": "npm run watch -- --watch-poll",
    "hot": "cross-env NODE_ENV=development node_modules/webpack-dev-server/bin/webpack-dev-server.js --inline --hot --config=node_modules/laravel-mix/setup/webpack.config.js",
    "prod": "npm run production",
    "production": "cross-env NODE_ENV=production node_modules/webpack/bin/webpack.js --no-progress --hide-modules --config=node_modules/laravel-mix/setup/webpack.config.js"
    
  2. Make your devDependencies looks something like this:

    "devDependencies": {
        "axios": "^0.18",
        "bootstrap": "^4.0.0",
        "popper.js": "^1.12",
        "cross-env": "^5.1",
        "jquery": "^3.2",
        "laravel-mix": "^2.0",
        "lodash": "^4.17.4",
        "vue": "^2.5.7"
    }
    
  3. Remove node_modules folder

  4. Run npm install
  5. Run npm run dev

Node.js Hostname/IP doesn't match certificate's altnames

The other way to fix this in other circumstances is to use NODE_TLS_REJECT_UNAUTHORIZED=0 as an environment variable

NODE_TLS_REJECT_UNAUTHORIZED=0 node server.js

WARNING: This is a bad idea security-wise

When I run `npm install`, it returns with `ERR! code EINTEGRITY` (npm 5.3.0)

The issue was indeed in package-lock.json, and after replacing it with a working version from another branch it worked.

What's interesting is seeing the diff:

diff

So there really is some integrity checksum in the package-lock.json to verify that the file you are downloading hasn't been tampered with. It's just that somehow the integrity checksum was replaced in our package-lock.json with a SHA1 instead of a SHA-512 checksum. I have no idea how this happened.

In case you don't have a working version in another branch. Consider the message

npm ERR! code EINTEGRITY
npm ERR!
  sha512-MKiLiV+I1AA596t9w1sQJ8jkiSr5+ZKi0WKrYGUn6d1Fx+Ij4tIj+m2WMQSGczs5jZVxV339chE8iwk6F64wjA==
integrity checksum failed when using sha512: wanted
  sha512-MKiLiV+I1AA596t9w1sQJ8jkiSr5+ZKi0WKrYGUn6d1Fx+Ij4tIj+m2WMQSGczs5jZVxV339chE8iwk6F64wjA==
but got
  sha512-WXI95kpJrxw4Nnx8vVI90PuUhrQjnNgghBl5tn54rUNKZYbxv+4ACxUzPVpJEtWxKmeDwnQrzjc0C2bYmRJVKg==
. (65117 bytes)

Find the package by the first two checksums in package-lock.json:

sha512-MKiLiV+I1AA596t9w1sQJ8jkiSr5+ZKi0WKrYGUn6d1Fx+Ij4tIj+m2WMQSGczs5jZVxV339chE8iwk6F64wjA==

and put the third checksum into its "integrity" field:

sha512-WXI95kpJrxw4Nnx8vVI90PuUhrQjnNgghBl5tn54rUNKZYbxv+4ACxUzPVpJEtWxKmeDwnQrzjc0C2bYmRJVKg==

A more detailed description is here.

How to redirect 404 errors to a page in ExpressJS?

Hi please find the answer

const express = require('express');
const app = express();
const port = 8080;

app.get('/', (req, res) => res.send('Hello home!'));
app.get('/about-us', (req, res) => res.send('Hello about us!'));
app.post('/user/set-profile', (req, res) => res.send('Hello profile!'));
//last 404 page 
app.get('*', (req, res) => res.send('Page Not found 404'));
app.listen(port, () => console.log(`Example app listening on port ${port}!`));

how to add <script>alert('test');</script> inside a text box?

I want to alert('test'); in an input type text but it should not execute the alert(alert prompt).

<input type="text" value="<script>alert('test');</script>" />

Produces:

enter image description here

You can do this programatically via JavaScript. First obtain a reference to the input element, then set the value attribute.

var inputElement = document.querySelector("input");
inputElement.value = "<script>alert('test');<\/script>";

Error: Cannot find module 'webpack'

for me, it is a wrong error feedback.

there was config error in webpack.config.js,

delete the file and start over solved my issue

Node.js: what is ENOSPC error and how to solve?

I was having Same error. While I run Reactjs app. What I do is just remove the node_modules folder and type and install node_modules again. This remove the error.

Node.js client for a socket.io server

Adding in example for solution given earlier. By using socket.io-client https://github.com/socketio/socket.io-client

Client Side:

//client.js
var io = require('socket.io-client');
var socket = io.connect('http://localhost:3000', {reconnect: true});

// Add a connect listener
socket.on('connect', function (socket) {
    console.log('Connected!');
});
socket.emit('CH01', 'me', 'test msg');

Server Side :

//server.js
var app = require('express')();
var http = require('http').Server(app);
var io = require('socket.io')(http);

io.on('connection', function (socket){
   console.log('connection');

  socket.on('CH01', function (from, msg) {
    console.log('MSG', from, ' saying ', msg);
  });

});

http.listen(3000, function () {
  console.log('listening on *:3000');
});

Run :

Open 2 console and run node server.js and node client.js

How to set bot's status

    client.user.setStatus('dnd', 'Made by KwinkyWolf') 

And change 'dnd' to whatever status you want it to have. And then the next field 'Made by KwinkyWolf' is where you change the game. Hope this helped :)

List of status':

  • online
  • idle
  • dnd
  • invisible

Not sure if they're still the same, or if there's more but hope that helped too :)

How can I get city name from a latitude and longitude point?

Here is a complete sample:

<!DOCTYPE html>
<html>
  <head>
    <title>Geolocation API with Google Maps API</title>
    <meta charset="UTF-8" />
  </head>
  <body>
    <script>
      function displayLocation(latitude,longitude){
        var request = new XMLHttpRequest();

        var method = 'GET';
        var url = 'http://maps.googleapis.com/maps/api/geocode/json?latlng='+latitude+','+longitude+'&sensor=true';
        var async = true;

        request.open(method, url, async);
        request.onreadystatechange = function(){
          if(request.readyState == 4 && request.status == 200){
            var data = JSON.parse(request.responseText);
            var address = data.results[0];
            document.write(address.formatted_address);
          }
        };
        request.send();
      };

      var successCallback = function(position){
        var x = position.coords.latitude;
        var y = position.coords.longitude;
        displayLocation(x,y);
      };

      var errorCallback = function(error){
        var errorMessage = 'Unknown error';
        switch(error.code) {
          case 1:
            errorMessage = 'Permission denied';
            break;
          case 2:
            errorMessage = 'Position unavailable';
            break;
          case 3:
            errorMessage = 'Timeout';
            break;
        }
        document.write(errorMessage);
      };

      var options = {
        enableHighAccuracy: true,
        timeout: 1000,
        maximumAge: 0
      };

      navigator.geolocation.getCurrentPosition(successCallback,errorCallback,options);
    </script>
  </body>
</html>

What is an example of the simplest possible Socket.io example?

Maybe this may help you as well. I was having some trouble getting my head wrapped around how socket.io worked, so I tried to boil an example down as much as I could.

I adapted this example from the example posted here: http://socket.io/get-started/chat/

First, start in an empty directory, and create a very simple file called package.json Place the following in it.

{
"dependencies": {}
}

Next, on the command line, use npm to install the dependencies we need for this example

$ npm install --save express socket.io

This may take a few minutes depending on the speed of your network connection / CPU / etc. To check that everything went as planned, you can look at the package.json file again.

$ cat package.json
{
  "dependencies": {
    "express": "~4.9.8",
    "socket.io": "~1.1.0"
  }
}

Create a file called server.js This will obviously be our server run by node. Place the following code into it:

var app = require('express')();
var http = require('http').Server(app);
var io = require('socket.io')(http);

app.get('/', function(req, res){

  //send the index.html file for all requests
  res.sendFile(__dirname + '/index.html');

});

http.listen(3001, function(){

  console.log('listening on *:3001');

});

//for testing, we're just going to send data to the client every second
setInterval( function() {

  /*
    our message we want to send to the client: in this case it's just a random
    number that we generate on the server
  */
  var msg = Math.random();
  io.emit('message', msg);
  console.log (msg);

}, 1000);

Create the last file called index.html and place the following code into it.

<html>
<head></head>

<body>
  <div id="message"></div>

  <script src="/socket.io/socket.io.js"></script>
  <script>
    var socket = io();

    socket.on('message', function(msg){
      console.log(msg);
      document.getElementById("message").innerHTML = msg;
    });
  </script>
</body>
</html>

You can now test this very simple example and see some output similar to the following:

$ node server.js
listening on *:3001
0.9575486415997148
0.7801907607354224
0.665313188219443
0.8101786421611905
0.890920243691653

If you open up a web browser, and point it to the hostname you're running the node process on, you should see the same numbers appear in your browser, along with any other connected browser looking at that same page.

npm install doesn't create node_modules directory

See @Cesco's answer: npm init is really all you need


I was having the same issue - running npm install somePackage was not generating a node_modules dir.

I created a package.json file at the root, which contained a simple JSON obj:

{
    "name": "please-work"
}

On the next npm install the node_modules directory appeared.

How to use global variable in node.js?

I would suggest everytime when using global check if the variable is already define by simply check

if (!global.logger){
  global.logger = require('my_logger');
}

I've found it to have better performance

Node.js/Express.js App Only Works on Port 3000

In the lastest version of code with express-generator (4.13.1) app.js is an exported module and the server is started in /bin/www using app.set('port', process.env.PORT || 3001) in app.js will be overridden by a similar statement in bin/www. I just changed the statement in bin/www.

Mongoose and multiple database in single node.js project

As an alternative approach, Mongoose does export a constructor for a new instance on the default instance. So something like this is possible.

var Mongoose = require('mongoose').Mongoose;

var instance1 = new Mongoose();
instance1.connect('foo');

var instance2 = new Mongoose();
instance2.connect('bar');

This is very useful when working with separate data sources, and also when you want to have a separate database context for each user or request. You will need to be careful, as it is possible to create a LOT of connections when doing this. Make sure to call disconnect() when instances are not needed, and also to limit the pool size created by each instance.

Reading all files in a directory, store them in objects, and send the object

Another version with Promise's modern method. It's shorter that the others responses based on Promise :

const readFiles = (dirname) => {

  const readDirPr = new Promise( (resolve, reject) => {
    fs.readdir(dirname, 
      (err, filenames) => (err) ? reject(err) : resolve(filenames))
  });

  return readDirPr.then( filenames => Promise.all(filenames.map((filename) => {
      return new Promise ( (resolve, reject) => {
        fs.readFile(dirname + filename, 'utf-8',
          (err, content) => (err) ? reject(err) : resolve(content));
      })
    })).catch( error => Promise.reject(error)))
};

readFiles(sourceFolder)
  .then( allContents => {

    // handle success treatment

  }, error => console.log(error));

Automatic HTTPS connection/redirect with node.js/express

As of 0.4.12 we have no real clean way of listening for HTTP & HTTPS on the same port using Node's HTTP/HTTPS servers.

Some people have solved this issue by having having Node's HTTPS server (this works with Express.js as well) listen to 443 (or some other port) and also have a small http server bind to 80 and redirect users to the secure port.

If you absolutely have to be able to handle both protocols on a single port then you need to put nginx, lighttpd, apache, or some other web server on that port and have act as a reverse proxy for Node.

Failed to load resource 404 (Not Found) - file location error?

Looks like the path you gave doesn't have any bootstrap files in them.

href="~/lib/bootstrap/dist/css/bootstrap.min.css"

Make sure the files exist over there , else point the files to the correct path, which should be in your case

href="~/node_modules/bootstrap/dist/css/bootstrap.min.css"

Error : getaddrinfo ENOTFOUND registry.npmjs.org registry.npmjs.org:443

You can use this command

npm config delete proxy

It happens because formidable is prone to severity vulnerability. So, you need to override that by running the above command.

How to install a previous exact version of a NPM package?

First remove old version, then run literally the following:

npm install [email protected]

and for stable or recent

npm install -g npm@latest    // For the last stable version
npm install -g npm@next      // For the most recent release

How do I resolve "Cannot find module" error using Node.js?

Encountered this problem while using webpack with webpack-dev-middleware.

Had turned a single file into a folder.

The watcher seemed to not see the new folder and the module was now missing.

Fixed by restarting the process.

NodeJs : TypeError: require(...) is not a function

For me, this was an issue with cyclic dependencies.

IOW, module A required module B, and module B required module A.

So in module B, require('./A') is an empty object rather than a function.

How to deal with cyclic dependencies in Node.js

node.js + mysql connection pooling

You should avoid using pool.getConnection() if you can. If you call pool.getConnection(), you must call connection.release() when you are done using the connection. Otherwise, your application will get stuck waiting forever for connections to be returned to the pool once you hit the connection limit.

For simple queries, you can use pool.query(). This shorthand will automatically call connection.release() for you—even in error conditions.

function doSomething(cb) {
  pool.query('SELECT 2*2 "value"', (ex, rows) => {
    if (ex) {
      cb(ex);
    } else {
      cb(null, rows[0].value);
    }
  });
}

However, in some cases you must use pool.getConnection(). These cases include:

  • Making multiple queries within a transaction.
  • Sharing data objects such as temporary tables between subsequent queries.

If you must use pool.getConnection(), ensure you call connection.release() using a pattern similar to below:

function doSomething(cb) {
  pool.getConnection((ex, connection) => {
    if (ex) {
      cb(ex);
    } else {
      // Ensure that any call to cb releases the connection
      // by wrapping it.
      cb = (cb => {
        return function () {
          connection.release();
          cb.apply(this, arguments);
        };
      })(cb);
      connection.beginTransaction(ex => {
        if (ex) {
          cb(ex);
        } else {
          connection.query('INSERT INTO table1 ("value") VALUES (\'my value\');', ex => {
            if (ex) {
              cb(ex);
            } else {
              connection.query('INSERT INTO table2 ("value") VALUES (\'my other value\')', ex => {
                if (ex) {
                  cb(ex);
                } else {
                  connection.commit(ex => {
                    cb(ex);
                  });
                }
              });
            }
          });
        }
      });
    }
  });
}

I personally prefer to use Promises and the useAsync() pattern. This pattern combined with async/await makes it a lot harder to accidentally forget to release() the connection because it turns your lexical scoping into an automatic call to .release():

async function usePooledConnectionAsync(actionAsync) {
  const connection = await new Promise((resolve, reject) => {
    pool.getConnection((ex, connection) => {
      if (ex) {
        reject(ex);
      } else {
        resolve(connection);
      }
    });
  });
  try {
    return await actionAsync(connection);
  } finally {
    connection.release();
  }
}

async function doSomethingElse() {
  // Usage example:
  const result = await usePooledConnectionAsync(async connection => {
    const rows = await new Promise((resolve, reject) => {
      connection.query('SELECT 2*4 "value"', (ex, rows) => {
        if (ex) {
          reject(ex);
        } else {
          resolve(rows);
        }
      });
    });
    return rows[0].value;
  });
  console.log(`result=${result}`);
}

Download text/csv content as files from server in Angular

var anchor = angular.element('<a/>');
anchor.css({display: 'none'}); // Make sure it's not visible
angular.element(document.body).append(anchor); // Attach to document

anchor.attr({
    href: 'data:attachment/csv;charset=utf-8,' + encodeURI(data),
    target: '_blank',
    download: 'filename.csv'
})[0].click();

anchor.remove(); // Clean it up afterwards

This code works both Mozilla and chrome

ExpressJS - throw er Unhandled error event

Actually Ctrl+C keys not releasing port used by node process. So there is this error. The resolution to the issue was using following code snippet in server.js:

process.on('SIGINT', function() {
  console.log( "\nGracefully shutting down from SIGINT (Ctrl-C)" );
  // some other closing procedures go here
  process.exit(1);
});

This worked for me.

You can also check for other solutions mentioned at Graceful shutdown in NodeJS

Npm install cannot find module 'semver'

Just make sure semver is installed: npm install -g semver

Local dependency in package.json

It is now possible to specify local Node module installation paths in your package.json directly. From the docs:

Local Paths

As of version 2.0.0 you can provide a path to a local directory that contains a package. Local paths can be saved using npm install -S or npm install --save, using any of these forms:

../foo/bar
~/foo/bar
./foo/bar
/foo/bar

in which case they will be normalized to a relative path and added to your package.json. For example:

{
  "name": "baz",
  "dependencies": {
    "bar": "file:../foo/bar"
  }
}

This feature is helpful for local offline development and creating tests that require npm installing where you don't want to hit an external server, but should not be used when publishing packages to the public registry.

Express.js: how to get remote client address

In my case, similar to this solution, I ended up using the following x-forwarded-for approach:

let ip = (req.headers['x-forwarded-for'] || '').split(',')[0];

x-forwarded-for header will keep on adding the route of the IP from the origin all the way to the final destination server, thus if you need to retrieve the origin client's IP, this would be the first item of the array.

Test process.env with Jest

Depending on how you can organize your code, another option can be to put the environment variable within a function that's executed at runtime.

In this file, the environment variable is set at import time and requires dynamic requires in order to test different environment variables (as described in this answer):

const env = process.env.MY_ENV_VAR;

const envMessage = () => `MY_ENV_VAR is set to ${env}!`;

export default myModule;

In this file, the environment variable is set at envMessage execution time, and you should be able to mutate process.env directly in your tests:

const envMessage = () => {
  const env = process.env.MY_VAR;
  return `MY_ENV_VAR is set to ${env}!`;
}

export default myModule;

Jest test:

const vals = [
  'ONE',
  'TWO',
  'THREE',
];

vals.forEach((val) => {
  it(`Returns the correct string for each ${val} value`, () => {
    process.env.MY_VAR = val;

    expect(envMessage()).toEqual(...

Angular - ng: command not found

If you are working on Windows then do the following:

From this directory:

C:\Users\ [your username] \AppData\Roaming , delete NPM folder then install Angular using this command npm install -g @angular/cli

MongoNetworkError: failed to connect to server [localhost:27017] on first connect [MongoNetworkError: connect ECONNREFUSED 127.0.0.1:27017]

just run mongod in terminal on the base folder if everything has been set up like installing mongo db and the client for it like mongoose. After running the command run the project file that you are working on and then the error shouldn't appear.

Get all directories within directory nodejs

Another recursive approach

Thanks to Mayur for knowing me about withFileTypes. I written following code for getting files of particular folder recursively. It can be easily modified to get only directories.

const getFiles = (dir, base = '') => readdirSync(dir, {withFileTypes: true}).reduce((files, file) => {
    const filePath = path.join(dir, file.name)
    const relativePath = path.join(base, file.name)
    if(file.isDirectory()) {
        return files.concat(getFiles(filePath, relativePath))
    } else if(file.isFile()) {
        file.__fullPath = filePath
        file.__relateivePath = relativePath
        return files.concat(file)
    }
}, [])

node.js - request - How to "emitter.setMaxListeners()"?

Try to use:

require('events').EventEmitter.defaultMaxListeners = Infinity; 

How to fix 'fs: re-evaluating native module sources is not supported' - graceful-fs

Just to point out that cordova brings in it's own npm with the graceful-fs dependency, so if you use Cordova make sure that it is the latest so you get the latest graceful-fs from that as well.

How to convert Blob to File in JavaScript

Joshua P Nixon's answer is correct but I had to set last modified date also. so here is the code.

var file = new File([blob], "file_name", {lastModified: 1534584790000});

1534584790000 is an unix timestamp for "GMT: Saturday, August 18, 2018 9:33:10 AM"

Call async/await functions in parallel

You can await on Promise.all():

await Promise.all([someCall(), anotherCall()]);

To store the results:

let [someResult, anotherResult] = await Promise.all([someCall(), anotherCall()]);

Note that Promise.all fails fast, which means that as soon as one of the promises supplied to it rejects, then the entire thing rejects.

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const happy = (v, ms) => new Promise((resolve) => setTimeout(() => resolve(v), ms))
const sad = (v, ms) => new Promise((_, reject) => setTimeout(() => reject(v), ms))

Promise.all([happy('happy', 100), sad('sad', 50)])
  .then(console.log).catch(console.log) // 'sad'
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If, instead, you want to wait for all the promises to either fulfill or reject, then you can use Promise.allSettled. Note that Internet Explorer does not natively support this method.

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const happy = (v, ms) => new Promise((resolve) => setTimeout(() => resolve(v), ms))
const sad = (v, ms) => new Promise((_, reject) => setTimeout(() => reject(v), ms))

Promise.allSettled([happy('happy', 100), sad('sad', 50)])
  .then(console.log) // [{ "status":"fulfilled", "value":"happy" }, { "status":"rejected", "reason":"sad" }]
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Note: If you use Promise.all actions that managed to finish before rejection happen are not rolled back, so you may need to take care of such situation. For example if you have 5 actions, 4 quick, 1 slow and slow rejects. Those 4 actions may be already executed so you may need to roll back. In such situation consider using Promise.allSettled while it will provide exact detail which action failed and which not.

Formatting ISODate from Mongodb

you can use mongo query like this yearMonthDayhms: { $dateToString: { format: "%Y-%m-%d-%H-%M-%S", date: {$subtract:["$cdt",14400000]}}}

HourMinute: { $dateToString: { format: "%H-%M-%S", date: {$subtract:["$cdt",14400000]}}}

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Command to list all files in a folder as well as sub-folders in windows

If you want to list folders and files like graphical directory tree, you should use tree command.

tree /f

There are various options for display format or ordering.

Check example output.

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Answering late. Hope it help someone.

Optimistic vs. Pessimistic locking

When dealing with conflicts, you have two options:

  • You can try to avoid the conflict, and that's what Pessimistic Locking does.
  • Or, you could allow the conflict to occur, but you need to detect it upon committing your transactions, and that's what Optimistic Locking does.

Now, let's consider the following Lost Update anomaly:

Lost Update

The Lost Update anomaly can happen in the Read Committed isolation level.

In the diagram above we can see that Alice believes she can withdraw 40 from her account but does not realize that Bob has just changed the account balance, and now there are only 20 left in this account.

Pessimistic Locking

Pessimistic locking achieves this goal by taking a shared or read lock on the account so Bob is prevented from changing the account.

Lost Update Pessimistic Locking

In the diagram above, both Alice and Bob will acquire a read lock on the account table row that both users have read. The database acquires these locks on SQL Server when using Repeatable Read or Serializable.

Because both Alice and Bob have read the account with the PK value of 1, neither of them can change it until one user releases the read lock. This is because a write operation requires a write/exclusive lock acquisition, and shared/read locks prevent write/exclusive locks.

Only after Alice has committed her transaction and the read lock was released on the account row, Bob UPDATE will resume and apply the change. Until Alice releases the read lock, Bob's UPDATE blocks.

Optimistic Locking

Optimistic Locking allows the conflict to occur but detects it upon applying Alice's UPDATE as the version has changed.

Application-level transactions

This time, we have an additional version column. The version column is incremented every time an UPDATE or DELETE is executed, and it is also used in the WHERE clause of the UPDATE and DELETE statements. For this to work, we need to issue the SELECT and read the current version prior to executing the UPDATE or DELETE, as otherwise, we would not know what version value to pass to the WHERE clause or to increment.

Application-level transactions

Relational database systems have emerged in the late 70's early 80's when a client would, typically, connect to a mainframe via a terminal. That's why we still see database systems define terms such as SESSION setting.

Nowadays, over the Internet, we no longer execute reads and writes in the context of the same database transaction, and ACID is no longer sufficient.

For instance, consider the following use case:

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Without optimistic locking, there is no way this Lost Update would have been caught even if the database transactions used Serializable. This is because reads and writes are executed in separate HTTP requests, hence on different database transactions.

So, optimistic locking can help you prevent Lost Updates even when using application-level transactions that incorporate the user-think time as well.

Conclusion

Optimistic locking is a very useful technique, and it works just fine even when using less-strict isolation levels, like Read Committed, or when reads and writes are executed in subsequent database transactions.

The downside of optimistic locking is that a rollback will be triggered by the data access framework upon catching an OptimisticLockException, therefore losing all the work we've done previously by the currently executing transaction.

The more contention, the more conflicts, and the greater the chance of aborting transactions. Rollbacks can be costly for the database system as it needs to revert all current pending changes which might involve both table rows and index records.

For this reason, pessimistic locking might be more suitable when conflicts happen frequently, as it reduces the chance of rolling back transactions.

installing vmware tools: location of GCC binary?

First execute this

sudo apt-get install gcc binutils make linux-source

Then run again

/usr/bin/vmware-config-tools.pl

This is all you need to do. Now your system has the gcc make and the linux kernel sources.

Pure CSS scroll animation

And for webkit enabled browsers I've had good results with:

.myElement {
    -webkit-overflow-scrolling: touch;
    scroll-behavior: smooth; // Added in from answer from Felix
    overflow-x: scroll;
}

This makes scrolling behave much more like the standard browser behavior - at least it works well on the iPhone we were testing on!

Hope that helps,

Ed

How to trim leading and trailing white spaces of a string?

Just as @Kabeer has mentioned, you can use TrimSpace and here is an example from golang documentation:

package main

import (
    "fmt"
    "strings"
)

func main() {
    fmt.Println(strings.TrimSpace(" \t\n Hello, Gophers \n\t\r\n"))
}

How to hide Soft Keyboard when activity starts

Use SOFT_INPUT_STATE_ALWAYS_HIDDEN instead of SOFT_INPUT_STATE_HIDDEN

this.getWindow().setSoftInputMode(WindowManager.LayoutParams.SOFT_INPUT_STATE_ALWAYS_HIDDEN);

Can jQuery check whether input content has changed?

I had to use this kind of code for a scanner that pasted stuff into the field

$(document).ready(function() {
  var tId,oldVal;
  $("#fieldId").focus(function() {
     oldVal = $("#fieldId").val();
     tId=setInterval(function() { 
      var newVal = $("#fieldId").val(); 
      if (oldVal!=newVal) oldVal=newVal;
      someaction() },100);
  });
  $("#fieldId").blur(function(){ clearInterval(tId)});
});

Not tested...

Deploying Java webapp to Tomcat 8 running in Docker container

There's a oneliner for this one.

You can simply run,

docker run -v /1.0-SNAPSHOT/my-app-1.0-SNAPSHOT.war:/usr/local/tomcat/webapps/myapp.war -it -p 8080:8080 tomcat

This will copy the war file to webapps directory and get your app running in no time.

Junit - run set up method once

My dirty solution is:

public class TestCaseExtended extends TestCase {

    private boolean isInitialized = false;
    private int serId;

    @Override
    public void setUp() throws Exception {
        super.setUp();
        if(!isInitialized) {
            loadSaveNewSerId();
            emptyTestResultsDirectory();
            isInitialized = true;
        }
    }

   ...

}

I use it as a base base to all my testCases.

.attr('checked','checked') does not work

$("input:radio").attr("checked",true); //for all radio inputs

or

$("your id or class here").attr("checked",true); //for unique radios

equally the same works for ("checked","checked")

Deny all, allow only one IP through htaccess

I wasn't able to use the 403 method because I wanted the maintenance page and page images in a sub folder on my server, so used the following approach to redirect to a 'maintenance page' for everyone but a single IP*

RewriteEngine on
RewriteCond %{REMOTE_ADDR} !**.**.**.*
RewriteRule !^maintenance/ http://www.website.co.uk/maintenance/ [R=302,L]

Source: Creating a holding page to hide your WordPress blog

How to detect tableView cell touched or clicked in swift

 # Check delegate? first must be connected owner of view controller

    # Simple implementation of the didSelectRowAt function.

    func tableView(tableView: UITableView, didSelectRowAtIndexPath indexPath: NSIndexPath) {
         print("row selection: \(indexPath.row)")
    }

How to import functions from different js file in a Vue+webpack+vue-loader project

After a few hours of messing around I eventually got something that works, partially answered in a similar issue here: How do I include a JavaScript file in another JavaScript file?

BUT there was an import that was screwing the rest of it up:

Use require in .vue files

<script>
  var mylib = require('./mylib');
  export default {
  ....

Exports in mylib

 exports.myfunc = () => {....}

Avoid import

The actual issue in my case (which I didn't think was relevant!) was that mylib.js was itself using other dependencies. The resulting error seems to have nothing to do with this, and there was no transpiling error from webpack but anyway I had:

import models from './model/models'
import axios from 'axios'

This works so long as I'm not using mylib in a .vue component. However as soon as I use mylib there, the error described in this issue arises.

I changed to:

let models = require('./model/models');
let axios = require('axios');

And all works as expected.

How can I change or remove HTML5 form validation default error messages?

To prevent the browser validation message from appearing in your document, with jQuery:

$('input, select, textarea').on("invalid", function(e) {
    e.preventDefault();
});

Android DialogFragment vs Dialog

You can create generic DialogFragment subclasses like YesNoDialog and OkDialog, and pass in title and message if you use dialogs a lot in your app.

public class YesNoDialog extends DialogFragment
{
    public static final String ARG_TITLE = "YesNoDialog.Title";
    public static final String ARG_MESSAGE = "YesNoDialog.Message";

    public YesNoDialog()
    {

    }

    @Override
    public Dialog onCreateDialog(Bundle savedInstanceState)
    {
        Bundle args = getArguments();
        String title = args.getString(ARG_TITLE);
        String message = args.getString(ARG_MESSAGE);

        return new AlertDialog.Builder(getActivity())
            .setTitle(title)
            .setMessage(message)
            .setPositiveButton(android.R.string.yes, new DialogInterface.OnClickListener()
            {
                @Override
                public void onClick(DialogInterface dialog, int which)
                {
                    getTargetFragment().onActivityResult(getTargetRequestCode(), Activity.RESULT_OK, null);
                }
            })
            .setNegativeButton(android.R.string.no, new DialogInterface.OnClickListener()
            {
                @Override
                public void onClick(DialogInterface dialog, int which)
                {
                    getTargetFragment().onActivityResult(getTargetRequestCode(), Activity.RESULT_CANCELED, null);
                }
            })
            .create();
    }
}

Then call it using the following:

    DialogFragment dialog = new YesNoDialog();
    Bundle args = new Bundle();
    args.putString(YesNoDialog.ARG_TITLE, title);
    args.putString(YesNoDialog.ARG_MESSAGE, message);
    dialog.setArguments(args);
    dialog.setTargetFragment(this, YES_NO_CALL);
    dialog.show(getFragmentManager(), "tag");

And handle the result in onActivityResult.

Find the closest ancestor element that has a specific class

Use element.closest()

https://developer.mozilla.org/en-US/docs/Web/API/Element/closest

See this example DOM:

<article>
  <div id="div-01">Here is div-01
    <div id="div-02">Here is div-02
      <div id="div-03">Here is div-03</div>
    </div>
  </div>
</article>

This is how you would use element.closest:

var el = document.getElementById('div-03');

var r1 = el.closest("#div-02");  
// returns the element with the id=div-02

var r2 = el.closest("div div");  
// returns the closest ancestor which is a div in div, here is div-03 itself

var r3 = el.closest("article > div");  
// returns the closest ancestor which is a div and has a parent article, here is div-01

var r4 = el.closest(":not(div)");
// returns the closest ancestor which is not a div, here is the outmost article

Android charting libraries

If you're looking for something more straight forward to implement (and it doesn't include pie/donut charts) then I recommend WilliamChart. Specially if motion takes an important role in your app design. In other hand if you want featured charts, then go for MPAndroidChart.

Search for an item in a Lua list

you can use this solution:

items = { 'a', 'b' }
for k,v in pairs(items) do 
 if v == 'a' then 
  --do something
 else 
  --do something
 end
end

or

items = {'a', 'b'}
for k,v in pairs(items) do 
  while v do
    if v == 'a' then 
      return found
    else 
      break
    end
  end 
 end 
return nothing

How to display all methods of an object?

Most modern browser support console.dir(obj), which will return all the properties of an object that it inherited through its constructor. See Mozilla's documentation for more info and current browser support.

console.dir(Math)
=> MathConstructor
E: 2.718281828459045
LN2: 0.6931471805599453
...
tan: function tan() { [native code] }
__proto__: Object

How to search for string in an array

more simple Function whichs works on Apple OS too:

Function isInArray(ByVal stringToBeFound As String, ByVal arr As Variant) As Boolean
Dim element
For Each element In arr
    If element = stringToBeFound Then
        isInArray = True
        Exit Function
    End If
Next element
End Function

Read text file into string array (and write)

As of Go1.1 release, there is a bufio.Scanner API that can easily read lines from a file. Consider the following example from above, rewritten with Scanner:

package main

import (
    "bufio"
    "fmt"
    "log"
    "os"
)

// readLines reads a whole file into memory
// and returns a slice of its lines.
func readLines(path string) ([]string, error) {
    file, err := os.Open(path)
    if err != nil {
        return nil, err
    }
    defer file.Close()

    var lines []string
    scanner := bufio.NewScanner(file)
    for scanner.Scan() {
        lines = append(lines, scanner.Text())
    }
    return lines, scanner.Err()
}

// writeLines writes the lines to the given file.
func writeLines(lines []string, path string) error {
    file, err := os.Create(path)
    if err != nil {
        return err
    }
    defer file.Close()

    w := bufio.NewWriter(file)
    for _, line := range lines {
        fmt.Fprintln(w, line)
    }
    return w.Flush()
}

func main() {
    lines, err := readLines("foo.in.txt")
    if err != nil {
        log.Fatalf("readLines: %s", err)
    }
    for i, line := range lines {
        fmt.Println(i, line)
    }

    if err := writeLines(lines, "foo.out.txt"); err != nil {
        log.Fatalf("writeLines: %s", err)
    }
}

How to make a div fill a remaining horizontal space?

I had a similar issue and came up with the following which worked well

CSS:

.top {
width: auto;
height: 100px;
background-color: black;
border: solid 2px purple;
overflow: hidden;
}
.left {
float:left;
width:100px;
background-color:#ff0000;
padding: 10px;
border: solid 2px black;
}
.right {
width: auto;
background-color:#00FF00;
padding: 10px;
border: solid 2px orange;
overflow: hidden;
}
.content {
margin: auto;
width: 300px;
min-height: 300px;
padding: 10px;
border: dotted 2px gray;
}

HTML:

<div class=top>top </div>
<div>
    <div class="left">left </div>
    <div class="right">
        <div class="content">right </div>
    </div>
</div>

This method won't wrap when the window is shrunk but will auto expand the 'content' area. It will keep a static width for the site menu (left).

And for auto expanding content box and left vertical box(site menu) demo:

https://jsfiddle.net/tidan/332a6qte/

Doctrine findBy 'does not equal'

To give a little more flexibility I would add the next function to my repository:

public function findByNot($field, $value)
{
    $qb = $this->createQueryBuilder('a');
    $qb->where($qb->expr()->not($qb->expr()->eq('a.'.$field, '?1')));
    $qb->setParameter(1, $value);

    return $qb->getQuery()
        ->getResult();
}

Then, I could call it in my controller like this:

$this->getDoctrine()->getRepository('MyBundle:Image')->findByNot('id', 1);

How do I make a matrix from a list of vectors in R?

The built-in matrix function has the nice option to enter data byrow. Combine that with an unlist on your source list will give you a matrix. We also need to specify the number of rows so it can break up the unlisted data. That is:

> matrix(unlist(a), byrow=TRUE, nrow=length(a) )
      [,1] [,2] [,3] [,4] [,5] [,6]
 [1,]    1    1    2    3    4    5
 [2,]    2    1    2    3    4    5
 [3,]    3    1    2    3    4    5
 [4,]    4    1    2    3    4    5
 [5,]    5    1    2    3    4    5
 [6,]    6    1    2    3    4    5
 [7,]    7    1    2    3    4    5
 [8,]    8    1    2    3    4    5
 [9,]    9    1    2    3    4    5
[10,]   10    1    2    3    4    5

Aren't Python strings immutable? Then why does a + " " + b work?

Summarizing:

a = 3
b = a
a = 3+2
print b
# 5

Not immutable:

a = 'OOP'
b = a
a = 'p'+a
print b
# OOP

Immutable:

a = [1,2,3]
b = range(len(a))
for i in range(len(a)):
    b[i] = a[i]+1

This is an error in Python 3 because it is immutable. And not an error in Python 2 because clearly it is not immutable.

How to concatenate a std::string and an int?

In C++11, you can use std::to_string, e.g.:

auto result = name + std::to_string( age );

Add click event on div tag using javascript

Separate function to make adding event handlers much easier.

function addListener(event, obj, fn) {
    if (obj.addEventListener) {
        obj.addEventListener(event, fn, false);   // modern browsers
    } else {
        obj.attachEvent("on"+event, fn);          // older versions of IE
    }
}

element = document.getElementsByClassName('drill_cursor')[0];

addListener('click', element, function () {
    // Do stuff
});

How to access global js variable in AngularJS directive

Copy the global variable to a variable in the scope in your controller.

function MyCtrl($scope) {
   $scope.variable1 = variable1;
}

Then you can just access it like you tried. But note that this variable will not change when you change the global variable. If you need that, you could instead use a global object and "copy" that. As it will be "copied" by reference, it will be the same object and thus changes will be applied (but remember that doing stuff outside of AngularJS will require you to do $scope.$apply anway).

But maybe it would be worthwhile if you would describe what you actually try to achieve. Because using a global variable like this is almost never a good idea and there is probably a better way to get to your intended result.

UnicodeDecodeError: 'ascii' codec can't decode byte 0xc3 in position 23: ordinal not in range(128)

I was getting this error when executing in python3,I got the same program working by simply executing in python2

Using jQuery to build table rows from AJAX response(json)

$.ajax({
  type: 'GET',
  url: urlString ,
  dataType: 'json',
  success: function (response) {
    var trHTML = '';
    for(var f=0;f<response.length;f++) {
      trHTML += '<tr><td><strong>' + response[f]['app_action_name']+'</strong></td><td><span class="label label-success">'+response[f]['action_type'] +'</span></td><td>'+response[f]['points']+'</td></tr>';
     }
    $('#result').html(trHTML); 
    $( ".spin-grid" ).removeClass( "fa-spin" );
  }
});

Android 1.6: "android.view.WindowManager$BadTokenException: Unable to add window -- token null is not for an application"

As it's said, you need an Activity as context for the dialog, use "YourActivity.this" for a static context or check here for how to use a dynamic one in a safe mode

How to convert a color integer to a hex String in Android?

You can use this for color without alpha:

String hexColor = String.format("#%06X", (0xFFFFFF & intColor));

or this with alpha:

String hexColor = String.format("#%08X", (0xFFFFFFFF & intColor));

jquery validate check at least one checkbox

$("#idform").validate({
    rules: {            
        'roles': {
            required: true,
        },
    },
    messages: {            
        'roles': {
            required: "One Option please",
        },
    }
});

How to detect duplicate values in PHP array?

I didn't find the answer I was looking for, so I wrote this function. This will make an array that contains only the duplicates between the two arrays, but not print the number of times an element is duplicated, so it's not directly answering the question, but I'm hoping it'll help someone in my situation.

function findDuplicates($array1,$array2)
{
    $combined = array_merge($array1,$array2);
    $counted = array_count_values($combined);
    $dupes = [];
    $keys = array_keys($counted);
    foreach ($keys as $key)
    {   
        if ($counted[$key] > 1)
        {$dupes[] = $key;}
    }
    sort($dupes);
    return $dupes;
}
$array1 = [1,2,3,4,5];
$array2 = [4,5,6,7,8];
$dupes = findDuplicates($array1,$array2);
print_r($dupes);

Outputs:

Array
(
    [0] => 4
    [1] => 5
)

Android: why is there no maxHeight for a View?

None of these solutions worked for what I needed which was a ScrollView set to wrap_content but having a maxHeight so it would stop expanding after a certain point and start scrolling. I just simply overrode the onMeasure method in ScrollView.

@Override
protected void onMeasure(int widthMeasureSpec, int heightMeasureSpec) {
    heightMeasureSpec = MeasureSpec.makeMeasureSpec(300, MeasureSpec.AT_MOST);
    super.onMeasure(widthMeasureSpec, heightMeasureSpec);
}

This might not work in all situations, but it certainly gives me the results needed for my layout. And it also addresses the comment by madhu.

If some layout present below the scrollview then this trick wont work – madhu Mar 5 at 4:36

Simple PHP calculator

Check string using single quotes

Ex. $_POST['group1'] == 'add'

How to remove lines in a Matplotlib plot

I've tried lots of different answers in different forums. I guess it depends on the machine your developing. But I haved used the statement

ax.lines = []

and works perfectly. I don't use cla() cause it deletes all the definitions I've made to the plot

Ex.

pylab.setp(_self.ax.get_yticklabels(), fontsize=8)

but I've tried deleting the lines many times. Also using the weakref library to check the reference to that line while I was deleting but nothing worked for me.

Hope this works for someone else =D

How do I add an image to a JButton

For example if you have image in folder res/image.png you can write:

try
{
    ClassLoader classLoader = Thread.currentThread().getContextClassLoader();
    InputStream input = classLoader.getResourceAsStream("image.png");
    // URL input = classLoader.getResource("image.png"); // <-- You can use URL class too.
    BufferedImage image = ImageIO.read(input);

    button.setIcon(new ImageIcon(image));
}
catch(IOException e)
{
    e.printStackTrace();
}

In one line:

try
{
    button.setIcon(new ImageIcon(ImageIO.read(Thread.currentThread().getContextClassLoader().getResourceAsStream("image.png"))));
}
catch(IOException e)
{
    e.printStackTrace();
}

If the image is bigger than button then it will not shown.

How to prove that a problem is NP complete?

You need to reduce an NP-Complete problem to the problem you have. If the reduction can be done in polynomial time then you have proven that your problem is NP-complete, if the problem is already in NP, because:

It is not easier than the NP-complete problem, since it can be reduced to it in polynomial time which makes the problem NP-Hard.

See the end of http://www.ics.uci.edu/~eppstein/161/960312.html for more.

Use superscripts in R axis labels

It works the same way for axes: parse(text='70^o*N') will raise the o as a superscript (the *N is to make sure the N doesn't get raised too).

labelsX=parse(text=paste(abs(seq(-100, -50, 10)), "^o ", "*W", sep=""))
labelsY=parse(text=paste(seq(50,100,10), "^o ", "*N", sep=""))
plot(-100:-50, 50:100, type="n", xlab="", ylab="", axes=FALSE)
axis(1, seq(-100, -50, 10), labels=labelsX)
axis(2, seq(50, 100, 10), labels=labelsY)
box()

deleting rows in numpy array

numpy provides a simple function to do the exact same thing: supposing you have a masked array 'a', calling numpy.ma.compress_rows(a) will delete the rows containing a masked value. I guess this is much faster this way...

ImportError: No module named apiclient.discovery

If none of the above solutions work for you, consider if you might have installed python through Anaconda. If this is the case then installing the google API library with conda might fix it.

Run:

python --version

If you get something like

Python 3.6.4 :: Anaconda, Inc.

Then try:

conda install google-api-python-client

As bgoodr has pointed out in a comment you might need to specify the channel (think repository) to get the google API library. At the time of writing this means running the command:

conda install -c conda-forge google-api-python-client

See more at https://anaconda.org/conda-forge/google-api-python-client

How to Use -confirm in PowerShell

Here's a solution I've used, similiar to Ansgar Wiechers' solution;

$title = "Lorem"
$message = "Ipsum"

$yes = New-Object System.Management.Automation.Host.ChoiceDescription "&Yes", "This means Yes"
$no = New-Object System.Management.Automation.Host.ChoiceDescription "&No", "This means No"

$options = [System.Management.Automation.Host.ChoiceDescription[]]($yes, $no)

$result = $host.ui.PromptForChoice($title, $message, $Options, 0)

Switch ($result)
     {
          0 { "You just said Yes" }
          1 { "You just said No" }
     }

How to clone object in C++ ? Or Is there another solution?

If your object is not polymorphic (and a stack implementation likely isn't), then as per other answers here, what you want is the copy constructor. Please note that there are differences between copy construction and assignment in C++; if you want both behaviors (and the default versions don't fit your needs), you'll have to implement both functions.

If your object is polymorphic, then slicing can be an issue and you might need to jump through some extra hoops to do proper copying. Sometimes people use as virtual method called clone() as a helper for polymorphic copying.

Finally, note that getting copying and assignment right, if you need to replace the default versions, is actually quite difficult. It is usually better to set up your objects (via RAII) in such a way that the default versions of copy/assign do what you want them to do. I highly recommend you look at Meyer's Effective C++, especially at items 10,11,12.

Converting double to string

double priceG = Double.parseDouble(priceGal.getText().toString());
double valG = Double.parseDouble(volGal.toString());

One of those is throwing the exception. You need to add some logging/printing to see what's in volGal and priceGal - it's not what you think.

How do I check if an HTML element is empty using jQuery?

Line breaks are considered as content to elements in FF.

<div>
</div>
<div></div>

Ex:

$("div:empty").text("Empty").css('background', '#ff0000');

In IE both divs are considered empty, in FF an Chrome only the last one is empty.

You can use the solution provided by @qwertymk

if(!/[\S]/.test($('#element').html())) { // for one element
    alert('empty');
}

or

$('.elements').each(function(){  // for many elements
    if(!/[\S]/.test($(this).html())) { 
        // is empty
    }
})

jQuery - Redirect with post data

Before document/window ready add "extend" to jQuery :

$.extend(
{
    redirectPost: function(location, args)
    {
        var form = '';
        $.each( args, function( key, value ) {

            form += '<input type="hidden" name="'+value.name+'" value="'+value.value+'">';
            form += '<input type="hidden" name="'+key+'" value="'+value.value+'">';
        });
        $('<form action="'+location+'" method="POST">'+form+'</form>').submit();
    }
});

Use :

$.redirectPost("someurl.com", $("#SomeForm").serializeArray());

Note : this method cant post files .

Import functions from another js file. Javascript

The following works for me in Firefox and Chrome. In Firefox it even works from file:///

models/course.js

export function Course() {
    this.id = '';
    this.name = '';
};

models/student.js

import { Course } from './course.js';

export function Student() {
    this.firstName = '';
    this.lastName = '';
    this.course = new Course();
};

index.html

<div id="myDiv">
</div>
<script type="module">
    import { Student } from './models/student.js';

    window.onload = function () {
        var x = new Student();
        x.course.id = 1;
        document.getElementById('myDiv').innerHTML = x.course.id;
    }
</script>

How to get instance variables in Python?

You can also test if an object has a specific variable with:

>>> hi_obj = hi()
>>> hasattr(hi_obj, "some attribute")

How to print something when running Puppet client?

Easier way, use notice. e.g notice("foo.pp works") or notice($foo)

Dealing with multiple Python versions and PIP?

pip is also a python package. So the easiest way to install modules to a specific python version would be below

 python2.7 /usr/bin/pip install foo

or

python2.7 -m pip install foo

What is the use of the JavaScript 'bind' method?

bind is a function which is available in java script prototype, as the name suggest bind is used to bind your function call to the context whichever you are dealing with for eg:

_x000D_
_x000D_
    var rateOfInterest='4%';_x000D_
    var axisBank=_x000D_
    {_x000D_
    rateOfInterest:'10%',_x000D_
    getRateOfInterest:function()_x000D_
    {_x000D_
    return this.rateOfInterest;_x000D_
    }_x000D_
    }_x000D_
    axisBank.getRateOfInterest() //'10%' _x000D_
_x000D_
_x000D_
    let knowAxisBankInterest=axisBank.getRateOfInterest // when you want to assign the function call to a varaible we use this syntax_x000D_
    knowAxisBankInterest(); // you will get output as '4%' here by default the function is called wrt global context_x000D_
_x000D_
let knowExactAxisBankInterest=knowAxisBankInterest.bind(axisBank);     //so here we need bind function call  to its local context_x000D_
_x000D_
_x000D_
    knowExactAxisBankInterest() // '10%' 
_x000D_
_x000D_
_x000D_

How to access site through IP address when website is on a shared host?

Include the port number with the IP address.

For example:

http://19.18.20.101:5566

where 5566 is the port number.

LINQ Orderby Descending Query

I think the second one should be

var itemList = (from t in ctn.Items
                where !t.Items && t.DeliverySelection
                select t).OrderByDescending(c => c.Delivery.SubmissionDate);

How to draw a line with matplotlib?

As of matplotlib 3.3, you can do this with plt.axline((x1, y1), (x2, y2)).

How many characters can you store with 1 byte?

Yes, 1 byte does encode a character (inc spaces etc) from the ASCII set. However in data units assigned to character encoding it can and often requires in practice up to 4 bytes. This is because English is not the only character set. And even in English documents other languages and characters are often represented. The numbers of these are very many and there are very many other encoding sets, which you may have heard of e.g. BIG-5, UTF-8, UTF-32. Most computers now allow for these uses and ensure the least amount of garbled text (which usually means a missing encoding set.) 4 bytes is enough to cover these possible encodings. I byte per character does not allow for this and in use it is larger often 4 bytes per possible character for all encodings, not just ASCII. The final character may only need a byte to function or be represented on screen, but requires 4 bytes to be located in the rather vast global encoding "works".

Java - Using Accessor and Mutator methods

You need to remove the static from your accessor methods - these methods need to be instance methods and access the instance variables

public class IDCard {
    public String name, fileName;
    public int id;

    public IDCard(final String name, final String fileName, final int id) {
        this.name = name;
        this.fileName = fileName
        this.id = id;
    }

    public String getName() {
        return name;
    }
}

You can the create an IDCard and use the accessor like this:

final IDCard card = new IDCard();
card.getName();

Each time you call new a new instance of the IDCard will be created and it will have it's own copies of the 3 variables.

If you use the static keyword then those variables are common across every instance of IDCard.

A couple of things to bear in mind:

  1. don't add useless comments - they add code clutter and nothing else.
  2. conform to naming conventions, use lower case of variable names - name not Name.

Convert Pandas Column to DateTime

Use the to_datetime function, specifying a format to match your data.

raw_data['Mycol'] =  pd.to_datetime(raw_data['Mycol'], format='%d%b%Y:%H:%M:%S.%f')

Compare data of two Excel Columns A & B, and show data of Column A that do not exist in B

Suppose you have data in A1:A10 and B1:B10 and you want to highlight which values in A1:A10 do not appear in B1:B10.

Try as follows:

  1. Format > Conditional Formating...
  2. Select 'Formula Is' from drop down menu
  3. Enter the following formula:

    =ISERROR(MATCH(A1,$B$1:$B$10,0))

  4. Now select the format you want to highlight the values in col A that do not appear in col B

This will highlight any value in Col A that does not appear in Col B.

What is the difference between bool and Boolean types in C#

As has been said, they are the same. There are two because bool is a C# keyword and Boolean a .Net class.

SQL Server convert select a column and convert it to a string

+------+----------------------+
| type |        names         |
+------+----------------------+
| cat  | Felon                |
| cat  | Purz                 |
| dog  | Fido                 |
| dog  | Beethoven            |
| dog  | Buddy                |
| bird | Tweety               |
+------+----------------------+

select group_concat(name) from Pets
group by type

Here you can easily get the answer in single SQL and by using group by in your SQL you can separate the result based on that column value. Also you can use your own custom separator for splitting values

Result:

+------+----------------------+
| type |        names         |
+------+----------------------+
| cat  | Felon,Purz           |
| dog  | Fido,Beethoven,Buddy |
| bird | Tweety               |
+------+----------------------+

How to make an alert dialog fill 90% of screen size?

If you use dialog fragment you can do it on onResume method. It's code for Xamarin Android, but I think it so easy to understand it

public override void OnResume() 
{
    base.OnResume();
    var metrics = Resources.DisplayMetrics;

    double width = metrics.WidthPixels * 0.9;
    double height = metrics.HeightPixels * 0.6;

    this.Dialog.Window.SetLayout((int)width, (int)height);
    this.Dialog.Window.SetGravity(Android.Views.GravityFlags.Center);
}

How to get coordinates of an svg element?

I was trying to select an area of svg with a rectangle and get all the elements from it. For this, element.getBoundingClientRect() worked perfectly for me. It returns current coordinates of svg elements regardless of whether svg is scaled or transformed.

A valid provisioning profile for this executable was not found for debug mode

This worked for me:
from xcode, Window -> Devices & Simulators, right click on your phone(s), Unpair.
Then re-connect everything, build, done.

Listen for key press in .NET console app

Here is an approach for you to do something on a different thread and start listening to the key pressed in a different thread. And the Console will stop its processing when your actual process ends or the user terminates the process by pressing Esc key.

class SplitAnalyser
{
    public static bool stopProcessor = false;
    public static bool Terminate = false;

    static void Main(string[] args)
    {
        Console.ForegroundColor = ConsoleColor.Green;
        Console.WriteLine("Split Analyser starts");
        Console.ForegroundColor = ConsoleColor.Red;
        Console.WriteLine("Press Esc to quit.....");
        Thread MainThread = new Thread(new ThreadStart(startProcess));
        Thread ConsoleKeyListener = new Thread(new ThreadStart(ListerKeyBoardEvent));
        MainThread.Name = "Processor";
        ConsoleKeyListener.Name = "KeyListener";
        MainThread.Start();
        ConsoleKeyListener.Start();

        while (true) 
        {
            if (Terminate)
            {
                Console.WriteLine("Terminating Process...");
                MainThread.Abort();
                ConsoleKeyListener.Abort();
                Thread.Sleep(2000);
                Thread.CurrentThread.Abort();
                return;
            }

            if (stopProcessor)
            {
                Console.WriteLine("Ending Process...");
                MainThread.Abort();
                ConsoleKeyListener.Abort();
                Thread.Sleep(2000);
                Thread.CurrentThread.Abort();
                return;
            }
        } 
    }

    public static void ListerKeyBoardEvent()
    {
        do
        {
            if (Console.ReadKey(true).Key == ConsoleKey.Escape)
            {
                Terminate = true;
            }
        } while (true); 
    }

    public static void startProcess()
    {
        int i = 0;
        while (true)
        {
            if (!stopProcessor && !Terminate)
            {
                Console.ForegroundColor = ConsoleColor.White;
                Console.WriteLine("Processing...." + i++);
                Thread.Sleep(3000);
            }
            if(i==10)
                stopProcessor = true;

        }
    }

}

Responsive dropdown navbar with angular-ui bootstrap (done in the correct angular kind of way)

Update 2015-06

Based on antoinepairet's comment/example:

Using uib-collapse attribute provides animations: http://plnkr.co/edit/omyoOxYnCdWJP8ANmTc6?p=preview

<nav class="navbar navbar-default" role="navigation">
    <div class="navbar-header">

        <!-- note the ng-init and ng-click here: -->
        <button type="button" class="navbar-toggle" ng-init="navCollapsed = true" ng-click="navCollapsed = !navCollapsed">
            <span class="sr-only">Toggle navigation</span>
            <span class="icon-bar"></span>
            <span class="icon-bar"></span>
            <span class="icon-bar"></span>
        </button>
        <a class="navbar-brand" href="#">Brand</a>
    </div>

    <div class="collapse navbar-collapse" uib-collapse="navCollapsed">
        <ul class="nav navbar-nav">
        ...
        </ul>
    </div>
</nav>

Ancient..

I see that the question is framed around BS2, but I thought I'd pitch in with a solution for Bootstrap 3 using ng-class solution based on suggestions in ui.bootstrap issue 394:

The only variation from the official bootstrap example is the addition of ng- attributes noted by comments, below:

<nav class="navbar navbar-default" role="navigation">
  <div class="navbar-header">

    <!-- note the ng-init and ng-click here: -->
    <button type="button" class="navbar-toggle" ng-init="navCollapsed = true" ng-click="navCollapsed = !navCollapsed">
      <span class="sr-only">Toggle navigation</span>
      <span class="icon-bar"></span>
      <span class="icon-bar"></span>
      <span class="icon-bar"></span>
    </button>
    <a class="navbar-brand" href="#">Brand</a>
  </div>

  <!-- note the ng-class here -->
  <div class="collapse navbar-collapse" ng-class="{'in':!navCollapsed}">

    <ul class="nav navbar-nav">
    ...

Here is an updated working example: http://plnkr.co/edit/OlCCnbGlYWeO7Nxwfj5G?p=preview (hat tip Lars)

This seems to works for me in simple use cases, but you'll note in the example that the second dropdown is cut off… good luck!

JPQL SELECT between date statement

Try this query (replace t.eventsDate with e.eventsDate):

SELECT e FROM Events e WHERE e.eventsDate BETWEEN :startDate AND :endDate

Any way to make plot points in scatterplot more transparent in R?

If you decide to use ggplot2, you can set transparency of overlapping points using the alpha argument.

e.g.

library(ggplot2)
ggplot(diamonds, aes(carat, price)) + geom_point(alpha = 1/40)

android - how to convert int to string and place it in a EditText?

Try using String.format() :

ed = (EditText) findViewById (R.id.box); 
int x = 10; 
ed.setText(String.format("%s",x)); 

Is there a way to get the git root directory in one command?

Has --show-toplevel only recently been added to git rev-parse or why is nobody mentioning it?

From the git rev-parse man page:

   --show-toplevel
       Show the absolute path of the top-level directory.

Task<> does not contain a definition for 'GetAwaiter'

Just experienced this in a method that executes a linq query.

public async Task<Foo> GetSomething()
{
    return await (from foo in Foos
                  select foo).FirstOrDefault();
}

Needed to use .FirstOrDefaultAsync() instead. N00b mistake.

WebView showing ERR_CLEARTEXT_NOT_PERMITTED although site is HTTPS

When you call "https://darkorbit.com/" your server figures that it's missing "www" so it redirects the call to "http://www.darkorbit.com/" and then to "https://www.darkorbit.com/", your WebView call is blocked at the first redirection as it's a "http" call. You can call "https://www.darkorbit.com/" instead and it will solve the issue.

Git error on commit after merge - fatal: cannot do a partial commit during a merge

git commit -i -m 'merge message' didn't work for me. It said:

fatal: No paths with --include/--only does not make sense.

FWIW, I got here via this related question because I was getting this message:

fatal: You have not concluded your merge (MERGE_HEAD exists).

I also tried mergetool, which said No files need merging. Very confusing! So the MERGE_HEAD is not in a file that needs merging-??

Finally, I used this trick to add only the modified files (did not want to add all the files in my tree, since I have some I want to keep untracked):

git ls-files -m | xargs git add

Then I was finally (!) able to commit and push up. It sure would be nice if git gave you better hints about what to do in these situations.

What are the most common font-sizes for H1-H6 tags

It would depend on the browser's default stylesheet. You can view an (unofficial) table of CSS2.1 User Agent stylesheet defaults here.

Based on the page listed above, the default sizes look something like this:

    IE7     IE8     FF2         FF3         Opera   Safari 3.1
H1  24pt    2em     32px        32px        32px    32px       
H2  18pt    1.5em   24px        24px        24px    24px
H3  13.55pt 1.17em  18.7333px   18.7167px   18px    19px
H4  n/a     n/a     n/a         n/a         n/a     n/a
H5  10pt    0.83em  13.2667px   13.2833px   13px    13px
H6  7.55pt  0.67em  10.7333px   10.7167px   10px    11px

Also worth taking a look at is the default stylesheet for HTML 4. The W3C recommends using these styles as the default. An abridged excerpt:

h1 { font-size: 2em; }
h2 { font-size: 1.5em; }
h3 { font-size: 1.17em; }
h4 { font-size: 1.12em; }
h5 { font-size: .83em; }
h6 { font-size: .75em; }

Hope this information is helpful.

Parse v. TryParse

The TryParse method allows you to test whether something is parseable. If you try Parse as in the first instance with an invalid int, you'll get an exception while in the TryParse, it returns a boolean letting you know whether the parse succeeded or not.

As a footnote, passing in null to most TryParse methods will throw an exception.

Java code To convert byte to Hexadecimal

The fastest way i've yet found to do this is the following:

private static final String    HEXES    = "0123456789ABCDEF";

static String getHex(byte[] raw) {
    final StringBuilder hex = new StringBuilder(2 * raw.length);
    for (final byte b : raw) {
        hex.append(HEXES.charAt((b & 0xF0) >> 4)).append(HEXES.charAt((b & 0x0F)));
    }
    return hex.toString();
}

It's ~ 50x faster than String.format. if you want to test it:

public class MyTest{
    private static final String    HEXES        = "0123456789ABCDEF";

    @Test
    public void test_get_hex() {
        byte[] raw = {
            (byte) 0xd0, (byte) 0x0b, (byte) 0x01, (byte) 0x2a, (byte) 0x63,
            (byte) 0x78, (byte) 0x01, (byte) 0x2e, (byte) 0xe3, (byte) 0x6c,
            (byte) 0xd2, (byte) 0xb0, (byte) 0x78, (byte) 0x51, (byte) 0x73,
            (byte) 0x34, (byte) 0xaf, (byte) 0xbb, (byte) 0xa0, (byte) 0x9f,
            (byte) 0xc3, (byte) 0xa9, (byte) 0x00, (byte) 0x1e, (byte) 0xd5,
            (byte) 0x4b, (byte) 0x89, (byte) 0xa3, (byte) 0x45, (byte) 0x35,
            (byte) 0xd6, (byte) 0x10,
        };

        int N = 77777;
        long t;

        {
            t = System.currentTimeMillis();
            for (int i = 0; i < N; i++) {
                final StringBuilder hex = new StringBuilder(2 * raw.length);
                for (final byte b : raw) {
                    hex.append(HEXES.charAt((b & 0xF0) >> 4)).append(HEXES.charAt((b & 0x0F)));
                }
                hex.toString();
            }
            System.out.println(System.currentTimeMillis() - t); // 50
        }

        {
            t = System.currentTimeMillis();
            for (int i = 0; i < N; i++) {
                StringBuilder hex = new StringBuilder(2 * raw.length);
                for (byte b : raw) {
                    hex.append(String.format("%02X", b));
                }
                hex.toString();
            }
            System.out.println(System.currentTimeMillis() - t); // 2535
        }

    }
}

Edit: Just found something just a lil faster and that holds on one line but is not compatible with JRE 9. Use at your own risks

import javax.xml.bind.DatatypeConverter;

DatatypeConverter.printHexBinary(raw);

Which version of Python do I have installed?

In [1]: import sys

In [2]: sys.version
2.7.11 |Anaconda 2.5.0 (64-bit)| (default, Dec  6 2015, 18:08:32) 
[GCC 4.4.7 20120313 (Red Hat 4.4.7-1)]

In [3]: sys.version_info
sys.version_info(major=2, minor=7, micro=11, releaselevel='final', serial=0)

In [4]: sys.version_info >= (2,7)
Out[4]: True

In [5]: sys.version_info >= (3,)
Out[5]: False

Error: No module named psycopg2.extensions

I installed it successfully using these commands:

sudo apt-get install libpq-dev python-dev
pip install psycopg2

global variable for all controller and views

A global variable for using in controllers; you can set in AppServiceProvider like this :

public function boot()
{
    $company=DB::table('company')->where('id',1)->first();
    config(['yourconfig.company' => $company]);
}

usage

config('yourconfig.company');

keycloak Invalid parameter: redirect_uri

For me, I had a missing trailing slash / in the value for Valid Redirect URIs

How can I pass a list as a command-line argument with argparse?

You can parse the list as a string and use of the eval builtin function to read it as a list. In this case, you will have to put single quotes into double quote (or the way around) in order to ensure successful string parse.

# declare the list arg as a string
parser.add_argument('-l', '--list', type=str)

# parse
args = parser.parse()

# turn the 'list' string argument into a list object
args.list = eval(args.list)
print(list)
print(type(list))

Testing:

python list_arg.py --list "[1, 2, 3]"

[1, 2, 3]
<class 'list'>

Changing minDate and maxDate on the fly using jQuery DatePicker

$(document).ready(function() {
$("#aDateFrom").datepicker({
    onSelect: function() {
        //- get date from another datepicker without language dependencies
        var minDate = $('#aDateFrom').datepicker('getDate');
        $("#aDateTo").datepicker("change", { minDate: minDate });
    }
});

$("#aDateTo").datepicker({
    onSelect: function() {
        //- get date from another datepicker without language dependencies
        var maxDate = $('#aDateTo').datepicker('getDate');
        $("#aDateFrom").datepicker("change", { maxDate: maxDate });
    }
});
});

Detecting when user scrolls to bottom of div with jQuery

Guys this is the solution to the zoom issue, it works with all zoom levels, in case you need it:

if ( Math.abs(elem.offset().top) + elem.height() + elem.offset().top >= elem.outerHeight() ) {
                    console.log("bottom");
                    // We're at the bottom!
                }
            });
        }

Digital Certificate: How to import .cer file in to .truststore file using?

Instead of using sed to filter out the certificate, you can also pipe the openssl s_client output through openssl x509 -out certfile.txt, for example:

echo "" | openssl s_client -connect my.server.com:443 -showcerts 2>/dev/null | openssl x509 -out certfile.txt

Checking if float is an integer

stdlib float modf (float x, float *ipart) splits into two parts, check if return value (fractional part) == 0.

Check if a file exists or not in Windows PowerShell?

Use Test-Path:

if (!(Test-Path $exactadminfile) -and !(Test-Path $userfile)) {
  Write-Warning "$userFile absent from both locations"
}

Placing the above code in your ForEach loop should do what you want

PHP reindex array?

Use array_values.

$myarray = array_values($myarray);

What does "O(1) access time" mean?

O(1) does not necessarily mean "quickly". It means that the time it takes is constant, and not based on the size of the input to the function. Constant could be fast or slow. O(n) means that the time the function takes will change in direct proportion to the size of the input to the function, denoted by n. Again, it could be fast or slow, but it will get slower as the size of n increases.

jQuery append and remove dynamic table row

Please try that:

<script>
$(document).ready(function(){
    var add = '<tr valign="top"><th scope="row"><label for="customFieldName">Custom Field</label></th><td>';
                add+= '<input type="text" class="code" id="customFieldName" name="customFieldName[]" value="" placeholder="Input Name" />&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;';
                add+= '<input type="text" class="code" id="customFieldValue" name="customFieldValue[]" value="" placeholder="Input Value" />&nbsp;';
                add+= '<a href="javascript:void(0);" class="remCF">Remove</a></td></tr>';

    $(".addCF").click(function(){ $("#customFields").append(add); });

    $("#customFields").on('click','.remCF',function(){
        var inx = $('.remCF').index(this);
        $('tr').eq(inx+1).remove();
    });
});
</script>

How to create a HTTP server in Android?

If you are using kotlin,consider these library. It's build for kotlin language.

AndroidHttpServer is a simple demo using ServerSocket to handle http request

https://github.com/weeChanc/AndroidHttpServer

https://github.com/ktorio/ktor

AndroidHttpServer is very small , but the feature is less as well.

Ktor is a very nice library,and the usage is simple too

Select and trigger click event of a radio button in jquery

You are triggering the event before the event is even bound.

Just move the triggering of the event to after attaching the event.

$(document).ready(function() {
  $("#checkbox_div input:radio").click(function() {

    alert("clicked");

   });

  $("input:radio:first").prop("checked", true).trigger("click");

});

Check Fiddle

How to Exit a Method without Exiting the Program?

In addition to Mark's answer, you also need to be aware of scope, which (as in C/C++) is specified using braces. So:

if (textBox1.Text == "" || textBox1.Text == String.Empty || textBox1.TextLength == 0)
    textBox3.Text += "[-] Listbox is Empty!!!!\r\n";
return;

will always return at that point. However:

if (textBox1.Text == "" || textBox1.Text == String.Empty || textBox1.TextLength == 0)
{
    textBox3.Text += "[-] Listbox is Empty!!!!\r\n";
    return;
}

will only return if it goes into that if statement.

JavaScript associative array to JSON

Agreed that it is probably best practice to keep Objects as objects and Arrays as arrays. However, if you have an Object with named properties that you are treating as an array, here is how it can be done:

let tempArr = [];
Object.keys(objectArr).forEach( (element) => {
    tempArr.push(objectArr[element]);
});

let json = JSON.stringify(tempArr);

How can I pass arguments to a batch file?

In batch file

set argument1=%1
set argument2=%2
echo %argument1%
echo %argument2%

%1 and %2 return the first and second argument values respectively.

And in command line, pass the argument

Directory> batchFileName admin P@55w0rd 

Output will be

admin
P@55w0rd

How do I install a Python package with a .whl file?

In-case if you unable to install specific package directly using PIP.

You can download a specific .whl (wheel) package from - https://www.lfd.uci.edu/~gohlke/pythonlibs/

CD (Change directory) to that downloaded package and install it manually by -
pip install PACKAGENAME.whl
ex:
pip install ad3-2.1-cp27-cp27m-win32.whl

Measuring text height to be drawn on Canvas ( Android )

You could use the android.text.StaticLayout class to specify the bounds required and then call getHeight(). You can draw the text (contained in the layout) by calling its draw(Canvas) method.

Getting attribute using XPath

you can use:

(//@lang)[1]

these means you get all attributes nodes with name equal to "lang" and get the first one.

Dictionary with list of strings as value

To do this manually, you'd need something like:

List<string> existing;
if (!myDic.TryGetValue(key, out existing)) {
    existing = new List<string>();
    myDic[key] = existing;
}
// At this point we know that "existing" refers to the relevant list in the 
// dictionary, one way or another.
existing.Add(extraValue);

However, in many cases LINQ can make this trivial using ToLookup. For example, consider a List<Person> which you want to transform into a dictionary of "surname" to "first names for that surname". You could use:

var namesBySurname = people.ToLookup(person => person.Surname,
                                     person => person.FirstName);

How can I create numbered map markers in Google Maps V3?

My two cents showing how to use the Google Charts API to solve this problem.

How to manage startActivityForResult on Android?

You need to override Activity.onActivityResult()

@Override
protected void onActivityResult(int requestCode, int resultCode, Intent data) {
super.onActivityResult(requestCode, resultCode, data);

if (resultCode == RESULT_CODE_ONE) {


   String a = data.getStringExtra("RESULT_CODE_ONE");

}
else if(resultCode == RESULT_CODE_TWO){

   // b was clicked

}
else{

}
}

Check if value is zero or not null in python

You can check if it can be converted to decimal. If yes, then its a number

from decimal import Decimal

def is_number(value):
    try:
        value = Decimal(value)
        return True
    except:
        return False

print is_number(None)   // False
print is_number(0)      // True
print is_number(2.3)    // True
print is_number('2.3')  // True (caveat!)

Fine control over the font size in Seaborn plots for academic papers

It is all but satisfying, isn't it? The easiest way I have found to specify when setting the context, e.g.:

sns.set_context("paper", rc={"font.size":8,"axes.titlesize":8,"axes.labelsize":5})   

This should take care of 90% of standard plotting usage. If you want ticklabels smaller than axes labels, set the 'axes.labelsize' to the smaller (ticklabel) value and specify axis labels (or other custom elements) manually, e.g.:

axs.set_ylabel('mylabel',size=6)

you could define it as a function and load it in your scripts so you don't have to remember your standard numbers, or call it every time.

def set_pubfig:
    sns.set_context("paper", rc={"font.size":8,"axes.titlesize":8,"axes.labelsize":5})   

Of course you can use configuration files, but I guess the whole idea is to have a simple, straightforward method, which is why the above works well.

Note: If you specify these numbers, specifying font_scale in sns.set_context is ignored for all specified font elements, even if you set it.

How do I make a new line in swift

You can do this

textView.text = "Name: \(string1) \n" + "Phone Number: \(string2)"

The output will be

Name: output of string1 Phone Number: output of string2

fork() child and parent processes

It is printing the statement twice because it is printing it for both the parent and the child. The parent has a parent id of 0

Try something like this:

 pid_t  pid;
 pid = fork();
 if (pid == 0) 
    printf("This is the child process. My pid is %d and my parent's id is %d.\n", getpid(),getppid());
 else 
    printf("This is the parent process. My pid is %d and my parent's id is %d.\n", getpid(), getppid() );

How do I properly compare strings in C?

How do I properly compare strings?

char input[40];
char check[40];
strcpy(input, "Hello"); // input assigned somehow
strcpy(check, "Hello"); // check assigned somehow

// insufficient
while (check != input)

// good
while (strcmp(check, input) != 0)
// or 
while (strcmp(check, input))

Let us dig deeper to see why check != input is not sufficient.

In C, string is a standard library specification.

A string is a contiguous sequence of characters terminated by and including the first null character.
C11 §7.1.1 1

input above is not a string. input is array 40 of char.

The contents of input can become a string.

In most cases, when an array is used in an expression, it is converted to the address of its 1st element.

The below converts check and input to their respective addresses of the first element, then those addresses are compared.

check != input   // Compare addresses, not the contents of what addresses reference

To compare strings, we need to use those addresses and then look at the data they point to.
strcmp() does the job. §7.23.4.2

int strcmp(const char *s1, const char *s2);

The strcmp function compares the string pointed to by s1 to the string pointed to by s2.

The strcmp function returns an integer greater than, equal to, or less than zero, accordingly as the string pointed to by s1 is greater than, equal to, or less than the string pointed to by s2.

Not only can code find if the strings are of the same data, but which one is greater/less when they differ.

The below is true when the string differ.

strcmp(check, input) != 0

For insight, see Creating my own strcmp() function

How to access Spring MVC model object in javascript file?

in controller:

JSONObject jsonobject=new JSONObject();
jsonobject.put("error","Invalid username");
response.getWriter().write(jsonobject.toString());

in javascript:

f(data!=success){



 var errorMessage=jQuery.parseJson(data);
  alert(errorMessage.error);
}

Why is using onClick() in HTML a bad practice?

  • onclick events run in the global scope and may cause unexpected error.
  • Adding onclick events to many DOM elements will slow down the
    performance and efficiency.

Opposite of %in%: exclude rows with values specified in a vector

Here is a version using filter in dplyr that applies the same technique as the accepted answer by negating the logical with !:

D2 <- D1 %>% dplyr::filter(!V1 %in% c('B','N','T'))

How to compare character ignoring case in primitive types

This is how the JDK does it (adapted from OpenJDK 8, String.java/regionMatches):

static boolean charactersEqualIgnoringCase(char c1, char c2) {
  if (c1 == c2) return true;

  // If characters don't match but case may be ignored,
  // try converting both characters to uppercase.
  char u1 = Character.toUpperCase(c1);
  char u2 = Character.toUpperCase(c2);
  if (u1 == u2) return true;

  // Unfortunately, conversion to uppercase does not work properly
  // for the Georgian alphabet, which has strange rules about case
  // conversion.  So we need to make one last check before
  // exiting.
  return Character.toLowerCase(u1) == Character.toLowerCase(u2);
}

I suppose that works for Turkish too.

How can I check if a program exists from a Bash script?

For those interested, none of the methodologies in previous answers work if you wish to detect an installed library. I imagine you are left either with physically checking the path (potentially for header files and such), or something like this (if you are on a Debian-based distribution):

dpkg --status libdb-dev | grep -q not-installed

if [ $? -eq 0 ]; then
    apt-get install libdb-dev
fi

As you can see from the above, a "0" answer from the query means the package is not installed. This is a function of "grep" - a "0" means a match was found, a "1" means no match was found.

can not find module "@angular/material"

Follow these steps to begin using Angular Material.

Step 1: Install Angular Material

npm install --save @angular/material

Step 2: Animations

Some Material components depend on the Angular animations module in order to be able to do more advanced transitions. If you want these animations to work in your app, you have to install the @angular/animations module and include the BrowserAnimationsModule in your app.

npm install --save @angular/animations

Then

import {BrowserAnimationsModule} from '@angular/platform browser/animations';

@NgModule({
...
  imports: [BrowserAnimationsModule],
...
})
export class PizzaPartyAppModule { }

Step 3: Import the component modules

Import the NgModule for each component you want to use:

import {MdButtonModule, MdCheckboxModule} from '@angular/material';

@NgModule({
...
imports: [MdButtonModule, MdCheckboxModule],
...
 })
 export class PizzaPartyAppModule { }

be sure to import the Angular Material modules after Angular's BrowserModule, as the import order matters for NgModules

import { BrowserModule } from '@angular/platform-browser';
import { NgModule } from '@angular/core';
import { FormsModule } from '@angular/forms';
import { HttpModule } from '@angular/http';
import {BrowserAnimationsModule} from '@angular/platform-browser/animations';

import {MdCardModule} from '@angular/material';
@NgModule({
    declarations: [
        AppComponent,
        HeaderComponent,
        HomeComponent
    ],
    imports: [
        BrowserModule,
        FormsModule,
        HttpModule,
        MdCardModule
    ],
    providers: [],
    bootstrap: [AppComponent]
})
export class AppModule { }

Step 4: Include a theme

Including a theme is required to apply all of the core and theme styles to your application.

To get started with a prebuilt theme, include the following in your app's index.html:

<link href="../node_modules/@angular/material/prebuilt-themes/indigo-pink.css" rel="stylesheet">

Test process.env with Jest

The way I did it can be found in this Stack Overflow question.

It is important to use resetModules before each test and then dynamically import the module inside the test:

describe('environmental variables', () => {
  const OLD_ENV = process.env;

  beforeEach(() => {
    jest.resetModules() // Most important - it clears the cache
    process.env = { ...OLD_ENV }; // Make a copy
  });

  afterAll(() => {
    process.env = OLD_ENV; // Restore old environment
  });

  test('will receive process.env variables', () => {
    // Set the variables
    process.env.NODE_ENV = 'dev';
    process.env.PROXY_PREFIX = '/new-prefix/';
    process.env.API_URL = 'https://new-api.com/';
    process.env.APP_PORT = '7080';
    process.env.USE_PROXY = 'false';

    const testedModule = require('../../config/env').default

    // ... actual testing
  });
});

If you look for a way to load environment values before running the Jest look for the answer below. You should use setupFiles for that.

logout and redirecting session in php

Use this instead:

<?
session_start();
session_unset();
session_destroy();

header("location:home.php");
exit();
?>

Python slice first and last element in list

One way:

some_list[::len(some_list)-1]

A better way (Doesn't use slicing, but is easier to read):

[some_list[0], some_list[-1]]

Sending HTTP POST with System.Net.WebClient

WebClient doesn't have a direct support for form data, but you can send a HTTP post by using the UploadString method:

Using client as new WebClient
    result = client.UploadString(someurl, "param1=somevalue&param2=othervalue")
End Using

iOS 7 status bar back to iOS 6 default style in iPhone app?

My solution was to add a UIView with height of 20 points on top of the window when on iOS 7. Then I created a method in my AppDelegate class to show/hide the "solid" status bar background. In application:didFinishLaunchingWithOptions::

// ...

// Add a status bar background
self.statusBarBackground = [[UIView alloc] initWithFrame:CGRectMake(0, 0, self.window.bounds.size.width, 20.0f)];
self.statusBarBackground.backgroundColor = [UIColor blackColor];
self.statusBarBackground.alpha = 0.0;
self.statusBarBackground.userInteractionEnabled = NO;
self.statusBarBackground.layer.zPosition = 999; // Position its layer over all other views
[self.window addSubview:self.statusBarBackground];

// ...
return YES;

Then I created a method to fade in/out the black status bar background:

- (void) showSolidStatusBar:(BOOL) solidStatusBar
{
    [UIView animateWithDuration:0.3f animations:^{
        if(solidStatusBar)
        {
            [[UIApplication sharedApplication] setStatusBarStyle:UIStatusBarStyleLightContent];
            self.statusBarBackground.alpha = 1.0f;
        }
        else
        {
            [[UIApplication sharedApplication] setStatusBarStyle:UIStatusBarStyleDefault];
            self.statusBarBackground.alpha = 0.0f;
        }
    }];
}

All I have to do now is call is [appDelegate showSolidStatusBar:YES] when needed.

PHP isset() with multiple parameters

The parameters of isset() should be separated by a comma sign (,) and not a dot sign (.). Your current code concatenates the variables into a single parameter, instead of passing them as separate parameters.

So the original code evaluates the variables as a unified string value:

isset($_POST['search_term'] . $_POST['postcode']) // Incorrect

While the correct form evaluates them separately as variables:

isset($_POST['search_term'], $_POST['postcode']) // Correct

What is the difference between $routeProvider and $stateProvider?

Both do the same work as they are used for routing purposes in SPA(Single Page Application).

1. Angular Routing - per $routeProvider docs

URLs to controllers and views (HTML partials). It watches $location.url() and tries to map the path to an existing route definition.

HTML

<div ng-view></div>

Above tag will render the template from the $routeProvider.when() condition which you had mentioned in .config (configuration phase) of angular

Limitations:-

  • The page can only contain single ng-view on page
  • If your SPA has multiple small components on the page that you wanted to render based on some conditions, $routeProvider fails. (to achieve that, we need to use directives like ng-include, ng-switch, ng-if, ng-show, which looks bad to have them in SPA)
  • You can not relate between two routes like parent and child relationship.
  • You cannot show and hide a part of the view based on url pattern.

2. ui-router - per $stateProvider docs

AngularUI Router is a routing framework for AngularJS, which allows you to organize the parts of your interface into a state machine. UI-Router is organized around states, which may optionally have routes, as well as other behavior, attached.

Multiple & Named Views

Another great feature is the ability to have multiple ui-views in a template.

While multiple parallel views are a powerful feature, you'll often be able to manage your interfaces more effectively by nesting your views, and pairing those views with nested states.

HTML

<div ui-view>
    <div ui-view='header'></div>
    <div ui-view='content'></div>
    <div ui-view='footer'></div>
</div>

The majority of ui-router's power is it can manage nested state & views.

Pros

  • You can have multiple ui-view on single page
  • Various views can be nested in each other and maintained by defining state in routing phase.
  • We can have child & parent relationship here, simply like inheritance in state, also you could define sibling states.
  • You could change the ui-view="some" of state just by using absolute routing using @ with state name.
  • Another way you could do relative routing is by using only @ to change ui-view="some". This will replace the ui-view rather than checking if it is nested or not.
  • Here you could use ui-sref to create a href URL dynamically on the basis of URL mentioned in a state, also you could give a state params in the json format.

For more Information Angular ui-router

For better flexibility with various nested view with states, I'd prefer you to go for ui-router

Spring transaction REQUIRED vs REQUIRES_NEW : Rollback Transaction

If you really need to do it in separate transaction you need to use REQUIRES_NEW and live with the performance overhead. Watch out for dead locks.

I'd rather do it the other way:

  • Validate data on Java side.
  • Run everyting in one transaction.
  • If anything goes wrong on DB side -> it's a major error of DB or validation design. Rollback everything and throw critical top level error.
  • Write good unit tests.

How do you input command line arguments in IntelliJ IDEA?

Windows, Linux, some Macs:

ALT+SHIFT+F10, Right, E, Enter, Tab, enter your command line parameters, Enter. ;-)

Mac with "OS X 10.5" key schema:

CTRL+ALT+R, Right, E, Enter, Tab, enter your command line parameters, Enter.

How to use Typescript with native ES6 Promises

As of TypeScript 2.0 you can include typings for native promises by including the following in your tsconfig.json

"compilerOptions": {
    "lib": ["es5", "es2015.promise"]
}

This will include the promise declarations that comes with TypeScript without having to set the target to ES6.

CSS table layout: why does table-row not accept a margin?

Fiddle

 .row-seperator{
   border-top: solid transparent 50px;
 }

<table>
   <tr><td>Section 1</td></tr>
   <tr><td>row1 1</td></tr>
   <tr><td>row1 2</td></tr>
   <tr>
      <td class="row-seperator">Section 2</td>
   </tr>
   <tr><td>row2 1</td></tr>
   <tr><td>row2 2</td></tr>
</table>


#Outline
Section 1
row1 1
row1 2


Section 2
row2 1
row2 2

this can be another solution

What is the "hasClass" function with plain JavaScript?

This 'hasClass' function works in IE8+, FireFox and Chrome:

hasClass = function(el, cls) {
    var regexp = new RegExp('(\\s|^)' + cls + '(\\s|$)'),
        target = (typeof el.className === 'undefined') ? window.event.srcElement : el;
    return target.className.match(regexp);
}

[Updated Jan'2021] A better way:

hasClass = (el, cls) => {
  [...el.classList].includes(cls); //cls without dot
};

Cleanest way to write retry logic?

I've implemented an async version of the accepted answer like so - and it seems to work nicely - any comments?


        public static async Task DoAsync(
            Action action,
            TimeSpan retryInterval,
            int maxAttemptCount = 3)
        {
            DoAsync<object>(() =>
            {
                action();
                return null;
            }, retryInterval, maxAttemptCount);
        }

        public static async Task<T> DoAsync<T>(
            Func<Task<T>> action,
            TimeSpan retryInterval,
            int maxAttemptCount = 3)
        {
            var exceptions = new List<Exception>();

            for (int attempted = 0; attempted < maxAttemptCount; attempted++)
            {
                try
                {
                    if (attempted > 0)
                    {
                        Thread.Sleep(retryInterval);
                    }
                    return await action();
                }
                catch (Exception ex)
                {
                    exceptions.Add(ex);
                }
            }
            throw new AggregateException(exceptions);
        }

And, call it simply like this:

var result = await Retry.DoAsync(() => MyAsyncMethod(), TimeSpan.FromSeconds(5), 4);

Error ITMS-90717: "Invalid App Store Icon"

An error message itself says:

"Invalid App Store Icon. The App Store Icon in the asset catalog in 'YourApp.app' can't be transparent nor contain an alpha channel."

All app icon must be square without transparency or semi transparent (alpha value != 1.0).

Hint: App icon may have rounded corners. (Share your app icons here)

Here is Apple guidelines for App Icon - Human Interface

Set title background color

protected void onCreate(Bundle savedInstanceState) {        
    super.onCreate(savedInstanceState);
    setContentView(R.layout.activity_main);
    View titleView = getWindow().findViewById(android.R.id.title);
    if (titleView != null) {
      ViewParent parent = titleView.getParent();
      if (parent != null && (parent instanceof View)) {
        View parentView = (View)parent;
        parentView.setBackgroundColor(Color.RED);
      }
    }

on above code you can try you can use title instead of titlebar this will affect on all activity in your application

How to pass a variable to the SelectCommand of a SqlDataSource?

See if it works if you just remove the DbType="Guid" from the markup.

Unit testing click event in Angular

to check button call event first we need to spy on method which will be called after button click so our first line will be spyOn spy methode take two arguments 1) component name 2) method to be spy i.e: 'onSubmit' remember not use '()' only name required then we need to make object of button to be clicked now we have to trigger the event handler on which we will add click event then we expect our code to call the submit method once

it('should call onSubmit method',() => {
    spyOn(component, 'onSubmit');
    let submitButton: DebugElement = 
    fixture.debugElement.query(By.css('button[type=submit]'));
    fixture.detectChanges();
    submitButton.triggerEventHandler('click',null);
    fixture.detectChanges();
    expect(component.onSubmit).toHaveBeenCalledTimes(1);
});

Replace string within file contents

If you are on linux and just want to replace the word dog with catyou can do:

text.txt:

Hi, i am a dog and dog's are awesome, i love dogs! dog dog dogs!

Linux Command:

sed -i 's/dog/cat/g' test.txt

Output:

Hi, i am a cat and cat's are awesome, i love cats! cat cat cats!

Original Post: https://askubuntu.com/questions/20414/find-and-replace-text-within-a-file-using-commands

PHPMyAdmin Default login password

This is asking for your MySQL username and password.

You should enter these details, which will default to "root" and "" (i.e.: nothing) if you've not specified a password.

Turn off textarea resizing

As per the question, i have listed the answers in javascript

By Selecting TagName

document.getElementsByTagName('textarea')[0].style.resize = "none";

By Selecting Id

document.getElementById('textArea').style.resize = "none";

How to remove leading and trailing zeros in a string? Python

Remove leading + trailing '0':

list = [i.strip('0') for i in listOfNum ]

Remove leading '0':

list = [ i.lstrip('0') for i in listOfNum ]

Remove trailing '0':

list = [ i.rstrip('0') for i in listOfNum ]

Android disable screen timeout while app is running

procedure SetSleep(aEnable:Boolean);
var
    vFlags: integer;
begin
    vFlags := TJWindowManager_LayoutParams.JavaClass.FLAG_TURN_SCREEN_ON or
        TJWindowManager_LayoutParams.JavaClass.FLAG_DISMISS_KEYGUARD or
        TJWindowManager_LayoutParams.JavaClass.FLAG_SHOW_WHEN_LOCKED or
        TJWindowManager_LayoutParams.JavaClass.FLAG_KEEP_SCREEN_ON;

    if aEnable then
    begin
      CallInUIThread (   // uses FMX.Helpers.Android
      procedure
      begin
        TAndroidHelper.Activity.getWindow.setFlags (vFlags, vFlags);
      end );
    end
    else
      CallInUIThread (
      procedure
      begin
        TAndroidHelper.Activity.getWindow.clearFlags (vFlags);
      end );
end;

Is there a <meta> tag to turn off caching in all browsers?

I noticed some caching issues with service calls when repeating the same service call (long polling). Adding metadata didn't help. One solution is to pass a timestamp to ensure ie thinks it's a different http service request. That worked for me, so adding a server side scripting code snippet to automatically update this tag wouldn't hurt:

<meta http-equiv="expires" content="timestamp">

Installing mcrypt extension for PHP on OSX Mountain Lion

For me, on Yosemite

$ brew install mcrypt php56-mcrypt

restart computer

did the trick.

How can I kill whatever process is using port 8080 so that I can vagrant up?

Run: nmap -p 8080 localhost (Install nmap with MacPorts or Homebrew if you don't have it on your system yet)

Nmap scan report for localhost (127.0.0.1)

Host is up (0.00034s latency).

Other addresses for localhost (not scanned): ::1

PORT STATE SERVICE

8080/tcp open http-proxy

Run: ps -ef | grep http-proxy

UID PID PPID C STIME TTY TIME CMD

640 99335 88310 0 12:26pm ttys002 0:00.01 grep http-proxy"

Run: ps -ef 640 (replace 501 with your UID)

/System/Library/PrivateFrameworks/PerformanceAnalysis.framework/Versions/A/XPCServices/com.apple.PerformanceAnalysis.animationperfd.xpc/Contents/MacOS/com.apple.PerformanceAnalysis.animationperfd

Port 8080 on mac osx is used by something installed with XCode SDK

How do I configure Apache 2 to run Perl CGI scripts?

For those like me who have been groping your way through much-more-than-you-need-to-know-right-now tutorials and Docs, and just want to see the thing working for starters, I found the only thing I had to do was add:

AddHandler cgi-script .pl .cgi

To my configuration file.

http://httpd.apache.org/docs/2.2/mod/mod_mime.html#addhandler

For my situation this works best as I can put my perl script anywhere I want, and just add the .pl or .cgi extension.

Dave Sherohman's answer mentions the AddHandler solution also.

Of course you still must make sure the permissions/ownership on your script are set correctly, especially that the script will be executable. Take note of who the "user" is when run from an http request - eg, www or www-data.

Checking during array iteration, if the current element is the last element

Why not this very simple method:

$i = 0; //a counter to track which element we are at
foreach($array as $index => $value) {
    $i++;
    if( $i == sizeof($array) ){
        //we are at the last element of the array
    }
}

How to switch databases in psql?

Though not explicitly stated in the question, the purpose is to connect to a specific schema/database.

Another option is to directly connect to the schema. Example:

sudo -u postgres psql -d my_database_name

Source from man psql:

-d dbname
--dbname=dbname
   Specifies the name of the database to connect to. This is equivalent to specifying dbname as the first non-option argument on the command line.

   If this parameter contains an = sign or starts with a valid URI prefix (postgresql:// or postgres://), it is treated as a conninfo string. See Section 31.1.1, “Connection Strings”, in the
   documentation for more information.

What is HTTP "Host" header?

I would always recommend going to the authoritative source when trying to understand the meaning and purpose of HTTP headers.

The "Host" header field in a request provides the host and port
information from the target URI, enabling the origin server to
distinguish among resources while servicing requests for multiple
host names on a single IP address.

https://tools.ietf.org/html/rfc7230#section-5.4

twig: IF with multiple conditions

If I recall correctly Twig doesn't support || and && operators, but requires or and and to be used respectively. I'd also use parentheses to denote the two statements more clearly although this isn't technically a requirement.

{%if ( fields | length > 0 ) or ( trans_fields | length > 0 ) %}

Expressions

Expressions can be used in {% blocks %} and ${ expressions }.

Operator    Description
==          Does the left expression equal the right expression?
+           Convert both arguments into a number and add them.
-           Convert both arguments into a number and substract them.
*           Convert both arguments into a number and multiply them.
/           Convert both arguments into a number and divide them.
%           Convert both arguments into a number and calculate the rest of the integer division.
~           Convert both arguments into a string and concatenate them.
or          True if the left or the right expression is true.
and         True if the left and the right expression is true.
not         Negate the expression.

For more complex operations, it may be best to wrap individual expressions in parentheses to avoid confusion:

{% if (foo and bar) or (fizz and (foo + bar == 3)) %}

The origin server did not find a current representation for the target resource or is not willing to disclose that one exists

In case of springboot app on tomcat, I needed to create an additional class as below and this worked:

@SpringBootApplication 
public class SpringBootTomcatApplication extends SpringBootServletInitializer {
}

Powershell: How can I stop errors from being displayed in a script?

If you want the powershell errormessage for a cmdlet suppressed, but still want to catch the error, use "-erroraction 'silentlyStop'"

Select rows of a matrix that meet a condition

I will choose a simple approach using the dplyr package.

If the dataframe is data.

library(dplyr)
result <- filter(data, three == 11)

NullPointerException: Attempt to invoke virtual method 'boolean java.lang.String.equalsIgnoreCase(java.lang.String)' on a null object reference

The exception occurs due to this statement,

called_from.equalsIgnoreCase("add")

It seem that the previous statement

String called_from = getIntent().getStringExtra("called");

returned a null reference.

You can check whether the intent to start this activity contains such a key "called".

LINQ order by null column where order is ascending and nulls should be last

I was trying to find a LINQ solution to this but couldn't work it out from the answers here.

My final answer was:

.OrderByDescending(p => p.LowestPrice.HasValue).ThenBy(p => p.LowestPrice)

Available text color classes in Bootstrap

You can use text classes:

.text-primary
.text-secondary
.text-success
.text-danger
.text-warning
.text-info
.text-light
.text-dark
.text-muted
.text-white

use text classes in any tag where needed.

<p class="text-primary">.text-primary</p>
<p class="text-secondary">.text-secondary</p>
<p class="text-success">.text-success</p>
<p class="text-danger">.text-danger</p>
<p class="text-warning">.text-warning</p>
<p class="text-info">.text-info</p>
<p class="text-light bg-dark">.text-light</p>
<p class="text-dark">.text-dark</p>
<p class="text-muted">.text-muted</p>
<p class="text-white bg-dark">.text-white</p>

You can add your own classes or modify above classes as your requirement.

CURL to pass SSL certifcate and password

Addition to previous answer make sure that your curl installation supports https.
You can use curl --version to get information about supported protocols.

If your curl supports https follow the previous answer.

curl --cert certificate_path:password https://www.example.com

If it does not support https, you need to install a cURL version that supports https.

How to open link in new tab on html?

You can use:

<a href="http://www.WEBSITE_NAME.com"  target="_blank"> Website</a>

However the above make your site vulnerable to phishing attacks. You can prevent it from happening in some browsers by adding rel="noopener noreferrer" to your link. With this added, the above example becomes:

<a href="http://www.WEBSITE_NAME.com" rel="noopener noreferrer" target="_blank">Website.com</a> 

check out for more information: https://www.thesitewizard.com/html-tutorial/open-links-in-new-window-or-tab.shtml

Can I get the name of the current controller in the view?

controller_name holds the name of the controller used to serve the current view.

Get DataKey values in GridView RowCommand

foreach (GridViewRow gvr in gvMyGridView.Rows)
{
    string PrimaryKey = gvMyGridView.DataKeys[gvr.RowIndex].Values[0].ToString();
}

You can use this code while doing an iteration with foreach or for any GridView event like OnRowDataBound.

Here you can input multiple values for DataKeyNames by separating with comma ,. For example, DataKeyNames="ProductID,ItemID,OrderID".

You can now access each of DataKeys by providing its index like below:

string ProductID = gvMyGridView.DataKeys[gvr.RowIndex].Values[0].ToString();
string ItemID = gvMyGridView.DataKeys[gvr.RowIndex].Values[1].ToString();
string OrderID = gvMyGridView.DataKeys[gvr.RowIndex].Values[2].ToString();

You can also use Key Name instead of its index to get the values from DataKeyNames collection like below:

string ProductID = gvMyGridView.DataKeys[gvr.RowIndex].Values["ProductID"].ToString();
string ItemID = gvMyGridView.DataKeys[gvr.RowIndex].Values["ItemID"].ToString();
string OrderID = gvMyGridView.DataKeys[gvr.RowIndex].Values["OrderID"].ToString();

Changing Java Date one hour back

This can be achieved using java.util.Date. The following code will subtract 1 hour from your date.

Date date = new Date(yourdate in date format);
Date newDate = DateUtils.addHours(date, -1)

Similarly for subtracting 20 seconds from your date

newDate = DateUtils.addSeconds(date, -20)    

Can't clone a github repo on Linux via HTTPS

I met the same problem, the error message and OS info are as follows

OS info:

CentOS release 6.5 (Final)

Linux 192-168-30-213 2.6.32-431.el6.x86_64 #1 SMP Fri Nov 22 03:15:09 UTC 2013 x86_64 x86_64 x86_64 GNU/Linux

error info:

Initialized empty Git repository in /home/techops/pyenv/.git/ Password: error: while accessing https://[email protected]/pyenv/pyenv.git/info/refs

fatal: HTTP request failed

git & curl version info

git info :git version 1.7.1

curl 7.19.7 (x86_64-redhat-linux-gnu) libcurl/7.19.7 NSS/3.14.0.0 zlib/1.2.3 libidn/1.18 libssh2/1.4.2 Protocols: tftp ftp telnet dict ldap ldaps http file https ftps scp sftp Features: GSS-Negotiate IDN IPv6 Largefile NTLM SSL libz

debugging

$ curl --verbose https://github.com

  • About to connect() to github.com port 443 (#0)
  • Trying 13.229.188.59... connected
  • Connected to github.com (13.229.188.59) port 443 (#0)
  • Initializing NSS with certpath: sql:/etc/pki/nssdb
  • CAfile: /etc/pki/tls/certs/ca-bundle.crt CApath: none
  • NSS error -12190
  • Error in TLS handshake, trying SSLv3... GET / HTTP/1.1 User-Agent: curl/7.19.7 (x86_64-redhat-linux-gnu) libcurl/7.19.7 NSS/3.14.0.0 zlib/1.2.3 libidn/1.18 libssh2/1.4.2 Host: github.com Accept: /

  • Connection died, retrying a fresh connect

  • Closing connection #0
  • Issue another request to this URL: 'https://github.com'
  • About to connect() to github.com port 443 (#0)
  • Trying 13.229.188.59... connected
  • Connected to github.com (13.229.188.59) port 443 (#0)
  • TLS disabled due to previous handshake failure
  • CAfile: /etc/pki/tls/certs/ca-bundle.crt CApath: none
  • NSS error -12286
  • Closing connection #0
  • SSL connect error curl: (35) SSL connect error

after upgrading curl , libcurl and nss , git clone works fine again, so here it is. the update command is as follows

sudo yum update -y nss curl libcurl

Jenkins "Console Output" log location in filesystem

This is designed for use when you have a shell script build step. Use only the first two lines to get the file name.

You can get the console log file (using bash magic) for the current build from a shell script this way and check it for some error string, failing the job if found:

logFilename=${JENKINS_HOME}/${JOB_URL:${#JENKINS_URL}}
logFilename=${logFilename//job\//jobs\/}builds/${BUILD_NUMBER}/log

grep "**Failure**" ${logFilename} ; exitCode=$?
[[ $exitCode -ne 1 ]] && exit 1

You have to build the file name by taking the JOB_URL, stripping off the leading host name part, adding in the path to JENKINS_HOME, replacing "/job/" to "/jobs/" to handle all nested folders, adding the current build number and the file name.

The grep returns 0 if the string is found and 2 if there is a file error. So a 1 means it found the error indication string. That makes the build fail.

jQuery UI themes and HTML tables

Why noy just use the theme styles in the table? i.e.

<table>
  <thead class="ui-widget-header">
    <tr>
      <th>Id</th>
      <th>Description</th>
    </td>
  </thead>
  <tbody class="ui-widget-content">
    <tr>
      <td>...</td>
      <td>...</td>
    </tr>
      .
      .
      .
  </tbody>
</table>

And you don't need to use any code...

Java substring: 'string index out of range'

It is a pity that substring is not implemented in a way that handles short strings – like in other languages e.g. Python.

Ok, we cannot change that and have to consider this edge case every time we use substr, instead of if-else clauses I would go for this shorter variant:

myText.substring(0, Math.min(6, myText.length()))

Why isn't this code to plot a histogram on a continuous value Pandas column working?

Here's another way to plot the data, involves turning the date_time into an index, this might help you for future slicing

#convert column to datetime
trip_data['lpep_pickup_datetime'] = pd.to_datetime(trip_data['lpep_pickup_datetime'])
#turn the datetime to an index
trip_data.index = trip_data['lpep_pickup_datetime']
#Plot
trip_data['Trip_distance'].plot(kind='hist')
plt.show()

How unique is UUID?

I don't know if this matters to you, but keep in mind that GUIDs are globally unique, but substrings of GUIDs aren't.

Insert text with single quotes in PostgreSQL

According to PostgreSQL documentation (4.1.2.1. String Constants):

 To include a single-quote character within a string constant, write two 
 adjacent single quotes, e.g. 'Dianne''s horse'.

See also the standard_conforming_strings parameter, which controls whether escaping with backslashes works.

Is it possible to create static classes in PHP (like in C#)?

you can have those "static"-like classes. but i suppose, that something really important is missing: in php you don't have an app-cycle, so you won't get a real static (or singleton) in your whole application...

see Singleton in PHP

Automatically running a batch file as an administrator

Runas.exe won't work here. You can use VBScript to invoke the "Run as Administrator" shell verb. The Elevation Powertoys contain a batchfile that allows you to invoke an elevated command:

elevatecmd.exe

http://blogs.technet.com/b/elevationpowertoys/

Is there a stopwatch in Java?

You can find a convenient one here:

https://github.com/varra4u/utils4j/blob/master/src/main/java/com/varra/util/StopWatch.java

Usage:

final StopWatch timer = new StopWatch();
System.out.println("Timer: " + timer);
System.out.println("ElapsedTime: " + timer.getElapsedTime());

How to safely call an async method in C# without await

I end up with this solution :

public async Task MyAsyncMethod()
{
    // do some stuff async, don't return any data
}

public string GetStringData()
{
    // Run async, no warning, exception are catched
    RunAsync(MyAsyncMethod()); 
    return "hello world";
}

private void RunAsync(Task task)
{
    task.ContinueWith(t =>
    {
        ILog log = ServiceLocator.Current.GetInstance<ILog>();
        log.Error("Unexpected Error", t.Exception);

    }, TaskContinuationOptions.OnlyOnFaulted);
}

What do I do when my program crashes with exception 0xc0000005 at address 0?

Exception code 0xc0000005 is an Access Violation. An AV at fault offset 0x00000000 means that something in your service's code is accessing a nil pointer. You will just have to debug the service while it is running to find out what it is accessing. If you cannot run it inside a debugger, then at least install a third-party exception logger framework, such as EurekaLog or MadExcept, to find out what your service was doing at the time of the AV.

Ignoring a class property in Entity Framework 4.1 Code First

As of EF 5.0, you need to include the System.ComponentModel.DataAnnotations.Schema namespace.

Spring MVC + JSON = 406 Not Acceptable

It looks like your are trying to produce/recieve json output. I see two problems with your approach. 1) You didn't specify the application/json in your Accept header 2) You need to specify produces="application/json" in your @RequestMapping

Searching if value exists in a list of objects using Linq

LINQ defines an extension method that is perfect for solving this exact problem:

using System.Linq;
...
    bool has = list.Any(cus => cus.FirstName == "John");

make sure you reference System.Core.dll, that's where LINQ lives.

How do you get total amount of RAM the computer has?

This function (ManagementQuery) works on Windows XP and later:

private static string ManagementQuery(string query, string parameter, string scope = null) {
    string result = string.Empty;
    var searcher = string.IsNullOrEmpty(scope) ? new ManagementObjectSearcher(query) : new ManagementObjectSearcher(scope, query);
    foreach (var os in searcher.Get()) {
        try {
            result = os[parameter].ToString();
        }
        catch {
            //ignore
        }

        if (!string.IsNullOrEmpty(result)) {
            break;
        }
    }

    return result;
}

Usage:

Console.WriteLine(BytesToMb(Convert.ToInt64(ManagementQuery("SELECT TotalPhysicalMemory FROM Win32_ComputerSystem", "TotalPhysicalMemory", "root\\CIMV2"))));

Read a zipped file as a pandas DataFrame

https://www.kaggle.com/jboysen/quick-gz-pandas-tutorial

Please follow this link.

import pandas as pd
traffic_station_df = pd.read_csv('C:\\Folders\\Jupiter_Feed.txt.gz', compression='gzip',
                                 header=1, sep='\t', quotechar='"')

#traffic_station_df['Address'] = 'address'

#traffic_station_df.append(traffic_station_df)
print(traffic_station_df)

Change visibility of ASP.NET label with JavaScript

You need to be wary of XSS when doing stuff like this:

document.getElementById('<%= Label1.ClientID %>').style.display

The chances are that no-one will be able to tamper with the ClientID of Label1 in this instance, but just to be on the safe side you might want pass it's value through one of the AntiXss library's methods:

document.getElementById('<%= AntiXss.JavaScriptEncode(Label1.ClientID) %>').style.display

How do I authenticate a WebClient request?

Public Function getWeb(ByRef sURL As String) As String
    Dim myWebClient As New System.Net.WebClient()

    Try
        Dim myCredentialCache As New System.Net.CredentialCache()
        Dim myURI As New Uri(sURL)
        myCredentialCache.Add(myURI, "ntlm", System.Net.CredentialCache.DefaultNetworkCredentials)
        myWebClient.Encoding = System.Text.Encoding.UTF8
        myWebClient.Credentials = myCredentialCache
        Return myWebClient.DownloadString(myURI)
    Catch ex As Exception
        Return "Exception " & ex.ToString()
    End Try
End Function

How to join two sets in one line without using "|"

If you are fine with modifying the original set (which you may want to do in some cases), you can use set.update():

S.update(T)

The return value is None, but S will be updated to be the union of the original S and T.

How to give color to each class in scatter plot in R?

If you have the classes separated in a data frame or a matrix, then you can use matplot. For example, if we have

dat<-as.data.frame(cbind(c(1,2,5,7),c(2.1,4.2,-0.5,1),c(9,3,6,2.718)))

plot.new()
plot.window(c(0,nrow(dat)),range(dat))
matplot(dat,col=c("red","blue","yellow"),pch=20)

Then you'll get a scatterplot where the first column of dat is plotted in red, the second in blue, and the third in yellow. Of course, if you want separate x and y values for your color classes, then you can have datx and daty, etc.

An alternate approach would be to tack on an extra column specifying what color you want (or keeping an extra vector of colors, filling it iteratively with a for loop and some if branches). For example, this will get you the same plot:

dat<-as.data.frame(
    cbind(c(1,2,5,7,2.1,4.2,-0.5,1,9,3,6,2.718)
    ,c(rep("red",4),rep("blue",4),rep("yellow",4))))

dat[,1]=as.numeric(dat[,1]) #This is necessary because
                            #the second column consisting of strings confuses R
                            #into thinking that the first column must consist of strings, too
plot(dat[,1],pch=20,col=dat[,2])

Parsing huge logfiles in Node.js - read in line-by-line

You can use the inbuilt readline package, see docs here. I use stream to create a new output stream.

var fs = require('fs'),
    readline = require('readline'),
    stream = require('stream');

var instream = fs.createReadStream('/path/to/file');
var outstream = new stream;
outstream.readable = true;
outstream.writable = true;

var rl = readline.createInterface({
    input: instream,
    output: outstream,
    terminal: false
});

rl.on('line', function(line) {
    console.log(line);
    //Do your stuff ...
    //Then write to outstream
    rl.write(cubestuff);
});

Large files will take some time to process. Do tell if it works.

Why is exception.printStackTrace() considered bad practice?

Printing the exception's stack trace in itself doesn't constitute bad practice, but only printing the stace trace when an exception occurs is probably the issue here -- often times, just printing a stack trace is not enough.

Also, there's a tendency to suspect that proper exception handling is not being performed if all that is being performed in a catch block is a e.printStackTrace. Improper handling could mean at best an problem is being ignored, and at worst a program that continues executing in an undefined or unexpected state.

Example

Let's consider the following example:

try {
  initializeState();

} catch (TheSkyIsFallingEndOfTheWorldException e) {
  e.printStackTrace();
}

continueProcessingAssumingThatTheStateIsCorrect();

Here, we want to do some initialization processing before we continue on to some processing that requires that the initialization had taken place.

In the above code, the exception should have been caught and properly handled to prevent the program from proceeding to the continueProcessingAssumingThatTheStateIsCorrect method which we could assume would cause problems.

In many instances, e.printStackTrace() is an indication that some exception is being swallowed and processing is allowed to proceed as if no problem every occurred.

Why has this become a problem?

Probably one of the biggest reason that poor exception handling has become more prevalent is due to how IDEs such as Eclipse will auto-generate code that will perform a e.printStackTrace for the exception handling:

try {
  Thread.sleep(1000);
} catch (InterruptedException e) {
  // TODO Auto-generated catch block
  e.printStackTrace();
}

(The above is an actual try-catch auto-generated by Eclipse to handle an InterruptedException thrown by Thread.sleep.)

For most applications, just printing the stack trace to standard error is probably not going to be sufficient. Improper exception handling could in many instances lead to an application running in a state that is unexpected and could be leading to unexpected and undefined behavior.

overlay two images in android to set an imageview

You can skip the complex Canvas manipulation and do this entirely with Drawables, using LayerDrawable. You have one of two choices: You can either define it in XML then simply set the image, or you can configure a LayerDrawable dynamically in code.

Solution #1 (via XML):

Create a new Drawable XML file, let's call it layer.xml:

<layer-list xmlns:android="http://schemas.android.com/apk/res/android">
    <item android:drawable="@drawable/t" />
    <item android:drawable="@drawable/tt" />
</layer-list>

Now set the image using that Drawable:

testimage.setImageDrawable(getResources().getDrawable(R.layout.layer));

Solution #2 (dynamic):

Resources r = getResources();
Drawable[] layers = new Drawable[2];
layers[0] = r.getDrawable(R.drawable.t);
layers[1] = r.getDrawable(R.drawable.tt);
LayerDrawable layerDrawable = new LayerDrawable(layers);
testimage.setImageDrawable(layerDrawable);

(I haven't tested this code so there may be a mistake, but this general outline should work.)

Reading a text file using OpenFileDialog in windows forms

Here's one way:

Stream myStream = null;
OpenFileDialog theDialog = new OpenFileDialog();
theDialog.Title = "Open Text File";
theDialog.Filter = "TXT files|*.txt";
theDialog.InitialDirectory = @"C:\";
if (theDialog.ShowDialog() == DialogResult.OK)
{
    try
    {
        if ((myStream = theDialog.OpenFile()) != null)
        {
            using (myStream)
            {
                // Insert code to read the stream here.
            }
        }
    }
    catch (Exception ex)
    {
        MessageBox.Show("Error: Could not read file from disk. Original error: " + ex.Message);
    }
}

Modified from here:MSDN OpenFileDialog.OpenFile

EDIT Here's another way more suited to your needs:

private void openToolStripMenuItem_Click(object sender, EventArgs e)
{
    OpenFileDialog theDialog = new OpenFileDialog();
    theDialog.Title = "Open Text File";
    theDialog.Filter = "TXT files|*.txt";
    theDialog.InitialDirectory = @"C:\";
    if (theDialog.ShowDialog() == DialogResult.OK)
    {
        string filename = theDialog.FileName;

        string[] filelines = File.ReadAllLines(filename);

        List<Employee> employeeList = new List<Employee>();
        int linesPerEmployee = 4;
        int currEmployeeLine = 0;
        //parse line by line into instance of employee class
        Employee employee = new Employee();
        for (int a = 0; a < filelines.Length; a++)
        {

            //check if to move to next employee
            if (a != 0 && a % linesPerEmployee == 0)
            {
                employeeList.Add(employee);
                employee = new Employee();
                currEmployeeLine = 1;
            }

            else
            {
                currEmployeeLine++;
            }
            switch (currEmployeeLine)
            {
                case 1:
                    employee.EmployeeNum = Convert.ToInt32(filelines[a].Trim());
                    break;
                case 2:
                    employee.Name = filelines[a].Trim();
                    break;
                case 3:
                    employee.Address = filelines[a].Trim();
                    break;
                case 4:
                    string[] splitLines = filelines[a].Split(' ');

                    employee.Wage = Convert.ToDouble(splitLines[0].Trim());
                    employee.Hours = Convert.ToDouble(splitLines[1].Trim());
                    break;


            }

        }
        //Test to see if it works
        foreach (Employee emp in employeeList)
        {
            MessageBox.Show(emp.EmployeeNum + Environment.NewLine +
                emp.Name + Environment.NewLine +
                emp.Address + Environment.NewLine +
                emp.Wage + Environment.NewLine +
                emp.Hours + Environment.NewLine);
        }
    }
}

How can I keep my branch up to date with master with git?

If your branch is local only and hasn't been pushed to the server, use

git rebase master

Otherwise, use

git merge master

No module named Image

You can this query:

pip install image 

I had pillow installed, and still, I got the error that you mentioned. But after I executed the above command, the error vanished. And My program worked perfectly.

Post an object as data using Jquery Ajax

Is not necessary to pass the data as JSON string, you can pass the object directly, without defining contentType or dataType, like this:

$.ajax({
    type: "POST",
    url: "TelephoneNumbers.aspx/DeleteNumber",
    data: data0,

    success: function(data)
    {
        alert('Done');
    }
});

Multidimensional Lists in C#

If for some reason you don't want to define a Person class and use List<Person> as advised, you can use a tuple, such as (C# 7):

var people = new List<(string Name, string Email)>
{
  ("Joe Bloggs", "[email protected]"),
  ("George Forman", "[email protected]"),
  ("Peter Pan", "[email protected]")
};

var georgeEmail = people[1].Email;

The Name and Email member names are optional, you can omit them and access them using Item1 and Item2 respectively.

There are defined tuples for up to 8 members.

For earlier versions of C#, you can still use a List<Tuple<string, string>> (or preferably ValueTuple using this NuGet package), but you won't benefit from customized member names.

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

You may try to use the following form:

select * from table1 where ID in (1,2,3,4,...,1000)
union all
select * from table1 where ID in (1001,1002,...)

Permission denied (publickey,gssapi-keyex,gssapi-with-mic)

I had the same problem and for some reason The sshKeys was not syncing up with my user on the instance.

I created another user by adding --ssh_user=anotheruser to gcutil command.

The gcutil looked like this

gcutil --service_version="v1" --project="project"  --ssh_user=anotheruser ssh  --zone="us-central1-a" "inst1"

Windows CMD command for accessing usb?

You can access the USB drive by its drive letter. To know the drive letter you can run this command:

C:\>wmic logicaldisk where drivetype=2 get deviceid, volumename, description

From here you will get the drive letter (Device ID) of your USB drive.

For example if its F: then run the following command in command prompt to see its contents:

C:\> F:

F:\> dir

How to format date with hours, minutes and seconds when using jQuery UI Datepicker?

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remove kernel on jupyter notebook

Just for completeness, you can get a list of kernels with jupyter kernelspec list, but I ran into a case where one of the kernels did not show up in this list. You can find all kernel names by opening a Jupyter notebook and selecting Kernel -> Change kernel. If you do not see everything in this list when you run jupyter kernelspec list, try looking in common Jupyter folders:

ls ~/.local/share/jupyter/kernels  # usually where local kernels go
ls /usr/local/share/jupyter/kernels  # usually where system-wide kernels go
ls /usr/share/jupyter/kernels  # also where system-wide kernels can go

Also, you can delete a kernel with jupyter kernelspec remove or jupyter kernelspec uninstall. The latter is an alias for remove. From the in-line help text for the command:

uninstall
    Alias for remove
remove
    Remove one or more Jupyter kernelspecs by name.

How can I rename a single column in a table at select?

If, like me, you are doing this for a column which then goes through COALESCE / array_to_json / ARRAY_AGG / row_to_json (PostgreSQL) and want to keep the capitals in the column name, double quote the column name, like so:

SELECT a.price AS "myFirstPrice", b.price AS "mySecondPrice"

Without the quotes (and when using those functions), my column names in camelCase would lose the capital letters.

How to draw interactive Polyline on route google maps v2 android

I've created a couple of map tutorials that will cover what you need

Animating the map describes howto create polylines based on a set of LatLngs. Using Google APIs on your map : Directions and Places describes howto use the Directions API and animate a marker along the path.

Take a look at these 2 tutorials and the Github project containing the sample app.

It contains some tips to make your code cleaner and more efficient:

  • Using Google HTTP Library for more efficient API access and easy JSON handling.
  • Using google-map-utils library for maps-related functions (like decoding the polylines)
  • Animating markers

How to return an array from a function?

"how can i return a array in a c++ method and how must i declare it? int[] test(void); ??"

template <class X>
  class Array
{
  X     *m_data;
  int    m_size;
public:
    // there constructor, destructor, some methods
    int Get(X* &_null_pointer)
    {
        if(!_null_pointer)
        {
            _null_pointer = new X [m_size];
            memcpy(_null_pointer, m_data, m_size * sizeof(X));
            return m_size;
        }
       return 0;
    }
}; 

just for int

class IntArray
{
  int   *m_data;
  int    m_size;
public:
    // there constructor, destructor, some methods
    int Get(int* &_null_pointer)
    {
        if(!_null_pointer)
        {
            _null_pointer = new int [m_size];
            memcpy(_null_pointer, m_data, m_size * sizeof(int));
            return m_size;
        }
       return 0;
    }
}; 

example

Array<float> array;
float  *n_data = NULL;
int     data_size;
if(data_size = array.Get(n_data))
{     // work with array    }

delete [] n_data;

example for int

IntArray   array;
int       *n_data = NULL;
int        data_size;
if(data_size = array.Get(n_data))
{  // work with array  }

delete [] n_data;

How to switch from the default ConstraintLayout to RelativeLayout in Android Studio

for android studio 3.1

If you want your default android studio change, just follow bellow steps:

first

go to C:\Program Files\Android\Android Studio\plugins\android\lib\templates\activities\common\root\res\layout

i.e. the file directory where you have installed android studio.

then

copy simple.xml from another place just for backup

after that

open simple.xml file and replace it's code as bellow

<?xml version="1.0" encoding="utf-8"
<RelativeLayout xmlns:android="http://schemas.android.com/apk/res/android"
xmlns:app="http://schemas.android.com/apk/res-auto"
xmlns:tools="http://schemas.android.com/tools"
android:layout_width="match_parent"
android:layout_height="match_parent"
tools:context="${packageName}.${activityClass}">



</RelativeLayout>

but if you just want to change this project layout, just go to activity_main.xml and then go to text and post upper code to there

Use jquery to set value of div tag

use as below:

<div id="getSessionStorage"></div>

For this to append anything use below code for reference:

$(document).ready(function () {
        var storageVal = sessionStorage.getItem("UserName");
        alert(storageVal);
        $("#getSessionStorage").append(storageVal);
     });

This will appear as below in html (assuming storageVal="Rishabh")

<div id="getSessionStorage">Rishabh</div>

Command not found error in Bash variable assignment

In the interactive mode everything looks fine:

$ str="Hello World"
$ echo $str
Hello World

Obviously(!) as Johannes said, no space around =. In case there is any space around = then in the interactive mode it gives errors as

No command 'str' found

SQL query, if value is null then return 1

You can use a CASE statement.

SELECT 
    CASE WHEN currate.currentrate IS NULL THEN 1 ELSE currate.currentrate END
FROM ...