Programs & Examples On #Openmq

Open Message Queue (OpenMQ) is an open source message-oriented middleware project by Sun Microsystems that implements the Java Message Service 2.0 API (JMS)

TransactionRequiredException Executing an update/delete query

Using @Modifying and @Transaction fixed me

  1. @Modifying @Query(value="DELETE FROM lock WHERE user_id = ?1" ,nativeQuery=true) void deleteByUserId(Long userId);

  2. @Service @Transactional

Hiding the address bar of a browser (popup)

You could make the webpage scroll down to a position where you can't see the address bar, and if the user scrolls, the page should return to your set position. In that way, Mobile browsers when scrolled down , will try to guve you full-screen experience. So it will hide the address bar. I don't know the code, someone else might put up the code.

What's the best way to parse a JSON response from the requests library?

You can use json.loads:

import json
import requests

response = requests.get(...)
json_data = json.loads(response.text)

This converts a given string into a dictionary which allows you to access your JSON data easily within your code.

Or you can use @Martijn's helpful suggestion, and the higher voted answer, response.json().

HTML form submit to PHP script

Try this:

<form method="post" action="check.php">
    <select name="website_string">
        <option value="" selected="selected"></option>
        <option VALUE="abc"> ABC</option>
        <option VALUE="def"> def</option>
        <option VALUE="hij"> hij</option>
    </select>
    <input TYPE="submit" name="submit" />
</form>

Both your select control and your submit button had the same name attribute, so the last one used was the submit button when you clicked it. All other syntax errors aside.

check.php

<?php
    echo $_POST['website_string'];
?>

Obligatory disclaimer about using raw $_POST data. Sanitize anything you'll actually be using in application logic.

What is the difference between origin and upstream on GitHub?

In a nutshell answer.

  • origin: the fork
  • upstream: the forked

How do you remove a Cookie in a Java Servlet

The proper way to remove a cookie is to set the max age to 0 and add the cookie back to the HttpServletResponse object.

Most people don't realize or forget to add the cookie back onto the response object. By doing that it will expire and remove the cookie immediately.

...retrieve cookie from HttpServletRequest
cookie.setMaxAge(0);
response.addCookie(cookie);

I have created a table in hive, I would like to know which directory my table is created in?

There are three ways to describe a table in Hive.

1) To see table primary info of Hive table, use describe table_name; command

2) To see more detailed information about the table, use describe extended table_name; command

3) To see code in a clean manner use describe formatted table_name; command to see all information. also describe all details in a clean manner.

Resource: Hive interview tips

What determines the monitor my app runs on?

So I had this issue with Adobe Reader 9.0. Somehow the program forgot to open on my right monitor and was consistently opening on my left monitor. Most programs allow you to drag it over, maximize the screen, and then close it out and it will remember. Well, with Adobe, I had to drag it over and then close it before maximizing it, in order for Windows to remember which screen to open it in next time. Once you set it to the correct monitor, then you can maximize it. I think this is stupid, since almost all windows programs remember it automatically without try to rig a way for XP to remember.

SSIS package creating Hresult: 0x80004005 Description: "Login timeout expired" error

I had a similar error..This might be due to two reasons. a) If you have used variables, re-evaluate the expressions in which variables are used and make sure the expression is evaluated without errors. b) If you are deleting the excel sheet and creating excel sheet on the fly in your package.

Unable instantiate android.gms.maps.MapFragment

Maybe You must highlight this :

Note: Google Play services is not supported on the Android emulator — to develop using the APIs, you need to provide a development device such as an Android phone or tablet.

http://developer.android.com/google/play-services/setup.html

You must provide a physical development device on which you can run and debug your app. Do not use emulator. Will not working.

Fastest way to determine if an integer's square root is an integer

If you do a binary chop to try to find the "right" square root, you can fairly easily detect if the value you've got is close enough to tell:

(n+1)^2 = n^2 + 2n + 1
(n-1)^2 = n^2 - 2n + 1

So having calculated n^2, the options are:

  • n^2 = target: done, return true
  • n^2 + 2n + 1 > target > n^2 : you're close, but it's not perfect: return false
  • n^2 - 2n + 1 < target < n^2 : ditto
  • target < n^2 - 2n + 1 : binary chop on a lower n
  • target > n^2 + 2n + 1 : binary chop on a higher n

(Sorry, this uses n as your current guess, and target for the parameter. Apologise for the confusion!)

I don't know whether this will be faster or not, but it's worth a try.

EDIT: The binary chop doesn't have to take in the whole range of integers, either (2^x)^2 = 2^(2x), so once you've found the top set bit in your target (which can be done with a bit-twiddling trick; I forget exactly how) you can quickly get a range of potential answers. Mind you, a naive binary chop is still only going to take up to 31 or 32 iterations.

What are the advantages of NumPy over regular Python lists?

Here's a nice answer from the FAQ on the scipy.org website:

What advantages do NumPy arrays offer over (nested) Python lists?

Python’s lists are efficient general-purpose containers. They support (fairly) efficient insertion, deletion, appending, and concatenation, and Python’s list comprehensions make them easy to construct and manipulate. However, they have certain limitations: they don’t support “vectorized” operations like elementwise addition and multiplication, and the fact that they can contain objects of differing types mean that Python must store type information for every element, and must execute type dispatching code when operating on each element. This also means that very few list operations can be carried out by efficient C loops – each iteration would require type checks and other Python API bookkeeping.

SQL use CASE statement in WHERE IN clause

No you can't use case and in like this. But you can do

SELECT * FROM Product P    
WHERE @Status='published' and P.Status IN (1,3)
or @Status='standby' and P.Status IN  (2,5,9,6)
or @Status='deleted' and P.Status IN (4,5,8,10)
or P.Status IN (1,3)

BTW you can reduce that to

SELECT * FROM Product P    
WHERE @Status='standby' and P.Status IN (2,5,9,6)
or @Status='deleted' and P.Status IN (4,5,8,10)
or P.Status IN (1,3)

since or P.Status IN (1,3) gives you also all records of @Status='published' and P.Status IN (1,3)

Passing structs to functions

First, the signature of your data() function:

bool data(struct *sampleData)

cannot possibly work, because the argument lacks a name. When you declare a function argument that you intend to actually access, it needs a name. So change it to something like:

bool data(struct sampleData *samples)

But in C++, you don't need to use struct at all actually. So this can simply become:

bool data(sampleData *samples)

Second, the sampleData struct is not known to data() at that point. So you should declare it before that:

struct sampleData {
    int N;
    int M;
    string sample_name;
    string speaker;
};

bool data(sampleData *samples)
{
    samples->N = 10;
    samples->M = 20;
    // etc.
}

And finally, you need to create a variable of type sampleData. For example, in your main() function:

int main(int argc, char *argv[]) {
    sampleData samples;
    data(&samples);
}

Note that you need to pass the address of the variable to the data() function, since it accepts a pointer.

However, note that in C++ you can directly pass arguments by reference and don't need to "emulate" it with pointers. You can do this instead:

// Note that the argument is taken by reference (the "&" in front
// of the argument name.)
bool data(sampleData &samples)
{
    samples.N = 10;
    samples.M = 20;
    // etc.
}

int main(int argc, char *argv[]) {
    sampleData samples;

    // No need to pass a pointer here, since data() takes the
    // passed argument by reference.
    data(samples);
}

UIImageView aspect fit and center

Updated answer

When I originally answered this question in 2014, there was no requirement to not scale the image up in the case of a small image. (The question was edited in 2015.) If you have such a requirement, you will indeed need to compare the image's size to that of the imageView and use either UIViewContentModeCenter (in the case of an image smaller than the imageView) or UIViewContentModeScaleAspectFit in all other cases.

Original answer

Setting the imageView's contentMode to UIViewContentModeScaleAspectFit was enough for me. It seems to center the images as well. I'm not sure why others are using logic based on the image. See also this question: iOS aspect fit and center

How to build PDF file from binary string returned from a web-service using javascript

I realize this is a rather old question, but here's the solution I came up with today:

doSomethingToRequestData().then(function(downloadedFile) {
  // create a download anchor tag
  var downloadLink      = document.createElement('a');
  downloadLink.target   = '_blank';
  downloadLink.download = 'name_to_give_saved_file.pdf';

  // convert downloaded data to a Blob
  var blob = new Blob([downloadedFile.data], { type: 'application/pdf' });

  // create an object URL from the Blob
  var URL = window.URL || window.webkitURL;
  var downloadUrl = URL.createObjectURL(blob);

  // set object URL as the anchor's href
  downloadLink.href = downloadUrl;

  // append the anchor to document body
  document.body.append(downloadLink);

  // fire a click event on the anchor
  downloadLink.click();

  // cleanup: remove element and revoke object URL
  document.body.removeChild(downloadLink);
  URL.revokeObjectURL(downloadUrl);
}

XOR operation with two strings in java

Note: this only works for low characters i.e. below 0x8000, This works for all ASCII characters.

I would do an XOR each charAt() to create a new String. Like

String s, key;

StringBuilder sb = new StringBuilder();
for(int i = 0; i < s.length(); i++)
    sb.append((char)(s.charAt(i) ^ key.charAt(i % key.length())));
String result = sb.toString();

In response to @user467257's comment

If your input/output is utf-8 and you xor "a" and "æ", you are left with an invalid utf-8 string consisting of one character (decimal 135, a continuation character).

It is the char values which are being xor'ed, but the byte values and this produces a character whichc an be UTF-8 encoded.

public static void main(String... args) throws UnsupportedEncodingException {
    char ch1 = 'a';
    char ch2 = 'æ';
    char ch3 = (char) (ch1 ^ ch2);
    System.out.println((int) ch3 + " UTF-8 encoded is " + Arrays.toString(String.valueOf(ch3).getBytes("UTF-8")));
}

prints

135 UTF-8 encoded is [-62, -121]

How do I determine whether an array contains a particular value in Java?

Use the following (the contains() method is ArrayUtils.in() in this code):

ObjectUtils.java

public class ObjectUtils{

    /**
     * A null safe method to detect if two objects are equal.
     * @param object1
     * @param object2
     * @return true if either both objects are null, or equal, else returns false.
     */
    public static boolean equals(Object object1, Object object2){
        return object1==null ? object2==null : object1.equals(object2);
    }

}

ArrayUtils.java

public class ArrayUtils{

    /**
     * Find the index of of an object is in given array, starting from given inclusive index.
     * @param ts  Array to be searched in.
     * @param t  Object to be searched.
     * @param start  The index from where the search must start.
     * @return Index of the given object in the array if it is there, else -1.
     */
    public static <T> int indexOf(final T[] ts, final T t, int start){
        for(int i = start; i < ts.length; ++i)
            if(ObjectUtils.equals(ts[i], t))
                return i;
        return -1;
    }

    /**
     * Find the index of of an object is in given array, starting from 0;
     * @param ts  Array to be searched in.
     * @param t  Object to be searched.
     * @return  indexOf(ts, t, 0)
     */
    public static <T> int indexOf(final T[] ts, final T t){
        return indexOf(ts, t, 0);
    }

    /**
     * Detect if the given object is in the given array.
     * @param ts  Array to be searched in.
     * @param t  Object to be searched.
     * @return  If indexOf(ts, t) is greater than -1.
     */
    public static <T> boolean in(final T[] ts, final T t){
        return indexOf(ts, t) > -1 ;
    }

}

As you can see in the code above, that there are other utility methods ObjectUtils.equals() and ArrayUtils.indexOf(), that were used at other places as well.

Clearing all cookies with JavaScript

One liner

In case you want to paste it in quickly...

document.cookie.split(";").forEach(function(c) { document.cookie = c.replace(/^ +/, "").replace(/=.*/, "=;expires=" + new Date().toUTCString() + ";path=/"); });

And the code for a bookmarklet :

javascript:(function(){document.cookie.split(";").forEach(function(c) { document.cookie = c.replace(/^ +/, "").replace(/=.*/, "=;expires=" + new Date().toUTCString() + ";path=/"); }); })();

What is a LAMP stack?

I’ll try to answer the actual question of what a stack is.

In the Internet architecture (TCP/IP, OSI, etc.), protocols and software are often “stacked” on top of each other, as they depend on each other for support. For example, TCP provides reliable transmissions of data, on top of IP. The same goes for LAMP, your Apache server needs to run “on top of Linux”. Think of this “stack” as your favorite stack of pancakes, where each pancake is a different layer.

LAMP pancake stack

Yummy.

Getting an "ambiguous redirect" error

Bash can be pretty obtuse sometimes.

The following commands all return different error messages for basically the same error:

$ echo hello >
bash: syntax error near unexpected token `newline`

$ echo hello > ${NONEXISTENT}
bash: ${NONEXISTENT}: ambiguous redirect

$ echo hello > "${NONEXISTENT}"
bash: : No such file or directory

Adding quotes around the variable seems to be a good way to deal with the "ambiguous redirect" message: You tend to get a better message when you've made a typing mistake -- and when the error is due to spaces in the filename, using quotes is the fix.

Angular - How to apply [ngStyle] conditions

You can use an inline if inside your ngStyle:

[ngStyle]="styleOne?{'background-color': 'red'} : {'background-color': 'blue'}"

A batter way in my opinion is to store your background color inside a variable and then set the background-color as the variable value:

[style.background-color]="myColorVaraible"

How do malloc() and free() work?

Your strcpy line attempts to store 9 bytes, not 8, because of the NUL terminator. It invokes undefined behaviour.

The call to free may or may not crash. The memory "after" the 4 bytes of your allocation might be used for something else by your C or C++ implementation. If it is used for something else, then scribbling all over it will cause that "something else" to go wrong, but if it isn't used for anything else, then you could happen to get away with it. "Getting away with it" might sound good, but is actually bad, since it means your code will appear to run OK, but on a future run you might not get away with it.

With a debugging-style memory allocator, you might find that a special guard value has been written there, and that free checks for that value and panics if it doesn't find it.

Otherwise, you might find that the next 5 bytes includes part of a link node belonging to some other block of memory which hasn't been allocated yet. Freeing your block could well involved adding it to a list of available blocks, and because you've scribbled in the list node, that operation could dereference a pointer with an invalid value, causing a crash.

It all depends on the memory allocator - different implementations use different mechanisms.

How to return 2 values from a Java method?

You can only return one value in Java, so the neatest way is like this:

return new Pair<Integer>(number1, number2);

Here's an updated version of your code:

public class Scratch
{
    // Function code
    public static Pair<Integer> something() {
        int number1 = 1;
        int number2 = 2;
        return new Pair<Integer>(number1, number2);
    }

    // Main class code
    public static void main(String[] args) {
        Pair<Integer> pair = something();
        System.out.println(pair.first() + pair.second());
    }
}

class Pair<T> {
    private final T m_first;
    private final T m_second;

    public Pair(T first, T second) {
        m_first = first;
        m_second = second;
    }

    public T first() {
        return m_first;
    }

    public T second() {
        return m_second;
    }
}

Extract date (yyyy/mm/dd) from a timestamp in PostgreSQL

Use the date function:

select date(timestamp_field) from table

From a character field representation to a date you can use:

select date(substring('2011/05/26 09:00:00' from 1 for 10));

Test code:

create table test_table (timestamp_field timestamp);
insert into test_table (timestamp_field) values(current_timestamp);
select timestamp_field, date(timestamp_field) from test_table;

Test result:

pgAdmin result

pgAdmin result wide

jQuery Validate Required Select

An easier solution has been outlined here: Validate select box

Make the value be empty and add the required attribute

<select id="select" class="required">
<option value="">Choose an option</option> 
<option value="option1">Option1</option>
<option value="option2">Option2</option>
<option value="option3">Option3</option>
</select>

Create an empty list in python with certain size

(This was written based on the original version of the question.)

I want to create a empty list (or whatever is the best way) can hold 10 elements.

All lists can hold as many elements as you like, subject only to the limit of available memory. The only "size" of a list that matters is the number of elements currently in it.

but when I run it, the result is []

print display s1 is not valid syntax; based on your description of what you're seeing, I assume you meant display(s1) and then print s1. For that to run, you must have previously defined a global s1 to pass into the function.

Calling display does not modify the list you pass in, as written. Your code says "s1 is a name for whatever thing was passed in to the function; ok, now the first thing we'll do is forget about that thing completely, and let s1 start referring instead to a newly created list. Now we'll modify that list". This has no effect on the value you passed in.

There is no reason to pass in a value here. (There is no real reason to create a function, either, but that's beside the point.) You want to "create" something, so that is the output of your function. No information is required to create the thing you describe, so don't pass any information in. To get information out, return it.

That would give you something like:

def display():
    s1 = list();
    for i in range(0, 9):
        s1[i] = i
    return s1

The next problem you will note is that your list will actually have only 9 elements, because the end point is skipped by the range function. (As side notes, [] works just as well as list(), the semicolon is unnecessary, s1 is a poor name for the variable, and only one parameter is needed for range if you're starting from 0.) So then you end up with

def create_list():
    result = list()
    for i in range(10):
        result[i] = i
    return result

However, this is still missing the mark; range is not some magical keyword that's part of the language the way for and def are, but instead it's a function. And guess what that function returns? That's right - a list of those integers. So the entire function collapses to

def create_list():
    return range(10)

and now you see why we don't need to write a function ourselves at all; range is already the function we're looking for. Although, again, there is no need or reason to "pre-size" the list.

Maven parent pom vs modules pom

  1. An independent parent is the best practice for sharing configuration and options across otherwise uncoupled components. Apache has a parent pom project to share legal notices and some common packaging options.

  2. If your top-level project has real work in it, such as aggregating javadoc or packaging a release, then you will have conflicts between the settings needed to do that work and the settings you want to share out via parent. A parent-only project avoids that.

  3. A common pattern (ignoring #1 for the moment) is have the projects-with-code use a parent project as their parent, and have it use the top-level as a parent. This allows core things to be shared by all, but avoids the problem described in #2.

  4. The site plugin will get very confused if the parent structure is not the same as the directory structure. If you want to build an aggregate site, you'll need to do some fiddling to get around this.

  5. Apache CXF is an example the pattern in #2.

How to remove RVM (Ruby Version Manager) from my system

Remove the RVM load script from /.bash_rc or /.zsh_rc, then use:

rm -rf /.rvm

Or:

rvm implode

How to print an exception in Python?

The traceback module provides methods for formatting and printing exceptions and their tracebacks, e.g. this would print exception like the default handler does:

import traceback

try:
    1/0
except Exception:
    traceback.print_exc()

Output:

Traceback (most recent call last):
  File "C:\scripts\divide_by_zero.py", line 4, in <module>
    1/0
ZeroDivisionError: division by zero

How to make a radio button unchecked by clicking it?

Old question but people keep coming from Google here and OP asked preferably without jQuery, so here is my shot.

Should works even on IE 9

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// iterate using Array method for compatibility_x000D_
Array.prototype.forEach.call(document.querySelectorAll('[type=radio]'), function(radio) {_x000D_
 radio.addEventListener('click', function(){_x000D_
  var self = this;_x000D_
  // get all elements with same name but itself and mark them unchecked_x000D_
  Array.prototype.filter.call(document.getElementsByName(this.name), function(filterEl) {_x000D_
   return self !== filterEl;_x000D_
  }).forEach(function(otherEl) {_x000D_
   delete otherEl.dataset.check_x000D_
  })_x000D_
_x000D_
  // set state based on previous one_x000D_
  if (this.dataset.hasOwnProperty('check')) {_x000D_
   this.checked = false_x000D_
   delete this.dataset.check_x000D_
  } else {_x000D_
   this.dataset.check = ''_x000D_
  }_x000D_
 }, false)_x000D_
})
_x000D_
<label><input type="radio" name="foo" value="1"/>foo = 1</label><br/>_x000D_
<label><input type="radio" name="foo" value="2"/>foo = 2</label><br/>_x000D_
<label><input type="radio" name="foo" value="3"/>foo = 3</label><br/>_x000D_
<br/>_x000D_
<label><input type="radio" name="bar" value="1"/>bar = 1</label><br/>_x000D_
<label><input type="radio" name="bar" value="2"/>bar = 2</label><br/>_x000D_
<label><input type="radio" name="bar" value="3"/>bar = 3</label><br/>
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Create a custom event in Java

You probably want to look into the observer pattern.

Here's some sample code to get yourself started:

import java.util.*;

// An interface to be implemented by everyone interested in "Hello" events
interface HelloListener {
    void someoneSaidHello();
}

// Someone who says "Hello"
class Initiater {
    private List<HelloListener> listeners = new ArrayList<HelloListener>();

    public void addListener(HelloListener toAdd) {
        listeners.add(toAdd);
    }

    public void sayHello() {
        System.out.println("Hello!!");

        // Notify everybody that may be interested.
        for (HelloListener hl : listeners)
            hl.someoneSaidHello();
    }
}

// Someone interested in "Hello" events
class Responder implements HelloListener {
    @Override
    public void someoneSaidHello() {
        System.out.println("Hello there...");
    }
}

class Test {
    public static void main(String[] args) {
        Initiater initiater = new Initiater();
        Responder responder = new Responder();

        initiater.addListener(responder);

        initiater.sayHello();  // Prints "Hello!!!" and "Hello there..."
    }
}

Related article: Java: Creating a custom event

How to format numbers by prepending 0 to single-digit numbers?

I know this is an ancient post, but I wanted to provide a more flexible and OO solution option.

I've extrapolated the accepted answer a bit and extended javascript's Number object to allow for adjustable zero padding:

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_x000D_
Number.prototype.zeroPad = function(digits) {_x000D_
  var loop = digits;_x000D_
  var zeros = "";_x000D_
  while (loop) {_x000D_
    zeros += "0";_x000D_
    loop--;_x000D_
  }_x000D_
  return (this.toString().length > digits) ?_x000D_
    this.toString() : (zeros + this).slice(-digits);_x000D_
}_x000D_
var v = 5;_x000D_
console.log(v.zeroPad(2)); // returns "05"_x000D_
console.log(v.zeroPad(4)); // returns "0005"
_x000D_
_x000D_
_x000D_

Edit: Add code to prevent cutting off numbers longer than your requested digits.

NOTE: This is obsolete in all but IE. Use padStart() instead.

How to filter WooCommerce products by custom attribute

You can use the WooCommerce Layered Nav widget, which allows you to use different sets of attributes as filters for products. Here's the "official" description:

Shows a custom attribute in a widget which lets you narrow down the list of products when viewing product categories.

If you look into plugins/woocommerce/widgets/widget-layered_nav.php, you can see the way it operates with the attributes in order to set filters. The URL then looks like this:

http://yoursite.com/shop/?filtering=1&filter_min-kvadratura=181&filter_max-kvadratura=108&filter_obem-ohlajdane=111

... and the digits are actually the id-s of the different attribute values, that you want to set.

How to add empty spaces into MD markdown readme on GitHub?

Markdown gets converted into HTML/XHMTL.

John Gruber created the Markdown language in 2004 in collaboration with Aaron Swartz on the syntax, with the goal of enabling people to write using an easy-to-read, easy-to-write plain text format, and optionally convert it to structurally valid HTML (or XHTML).

HTML is completely based on using &nbsp; for adding extra spaces if it doesn't externally define/use JavaScript or CSS for elements.

Markdown is a lightweight markup language with plain text formatting syntax. It is designed so that it can be converted to HTML and many other formats using a tool by the same name.


If you want to use »

  1. only one space » either use &nbsp; or just hit Spacebar (2nd one is good choice in this case)

  2. more than one space » use &nbsp;+space (for 2 consecutive spaces)


eg. If you want to add 10 spaces contiguously then you should use

&nbsp;   &nbsp;   &nbsp;   &nbsp;   &nbsp;  

&nbsp;space&nbsp;space&nbsp;space&nbsp;space&nbsp;space

instead of using 10 &nbsp; one after one as the below one

&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;


For more details check

  1. Adding multiple spaces between text in Markdown,
  2. How to create extra space in HTML or web page.

What are all possible pos tags of NLTK?

['LS', 'TO', 'VBN', "''", 'WP', 'UH', 'VBG', 'JJ', 'VBZ', '--', 'VBP', 'NN', 'DT', 'PRP', ':', 'WP$', 'NNPS', 'PRP$', 'WDT', '(', ')', '.', ',', '``', '$', 'RB', 'RBR', 'RBS', 'VBD', 'IN', 'FW', 'RP', 'JJR', 'JJS', 'PDT', 'MD', 'VB', 'WRB', 'NNP', 'EX', 'NNS', 'SYM', 'CC', 'CD', 'POS']

Based on Doug Shore's method but make it more copy-paste friendly

What is the difference between 'typedef' and 'using' in C++11?

They are essentially the same but using provides alias templates which is quite useful. One good example I could find is as follows:

namespace std {
 template<typename T> using add_const_t = typename add_const<T>::type;
}

So, we can use std::add_const_t<T> instead of typename std::add_const<T>::type

SQL ROWNUM how to return rows between a specific range

I was looking for a solution for this and found this great article explaining the solution Relevant excerpt

My all-time-favorite use of ROWNUM is pagination. In this case, I use ROWNUM to get rows N through M of a result set. The general form is as follows:

select * enter code here
  from ( select /*+ FIRST_ROWS(n) */ 
  a.*, ROWNUM rnum 
      from ( your_query_goes_here, 
      with order by ) a 
      where ROWNUM <= 
      :MAX_ROW_TO_FETCH ) 
where rnum  >= :MIN_ROW_TO_FETCH;

Now with a real example (gets rows 148, 149 and 150):

select *
    from
  (select a.*, rownum rnum
     from
  (select id, data
     from t
   order by id, rowid) a
   where rownum <= 150
  )
   where rnum >= 148;

How do I unlock a SQLite database?

In windows you can try this program http://www.nirsoft.net/utils/opened_files_view.html to find out the process is handling db file. Try closed that program for unlock database

In Linux and macOS you can do something similar, for example, if your locked file is development.db:

$ fuser development.db

This command will show what process is locking the file:

> development.db: 5430

Just kill the process...

kill -9 5430

...And your database will be unlocked.

Adding new line of data to TextBox

Following are the ways

  1. From the code (the way you have mentioned) ->

    displayBox.Text += sent + "\r\n";
    

    or

    displayBox.Text += sent + Environment.NewLine;
    
  2. From the UI
    a) WPF

    Set TextWrapping="Wrap" and AcceptsReturn="True"   
    

    Press Enter key to the textbox and new line will be created

    b) Winform text box

    Set TextBox.MultiLine and TextBox.AcceptsReturn to true
    

Accept function as parameter in PHP

It's possible if you are using PHP 5.3.0 or higher.

See Anonymous Functions in the manual.

In your case, you would define exampleMethod like this:

function exampleMethod($anonFunc) {
    //execute anonymous function
    $anonFunc();
}

Calling a function within a Class method?

To call any method of an object instantiated from a class (with statement new), you need to "point" to it. From the outside you just use the resource created by the new statement. Inside any object PHP created by new, saves the same resource into the $this variable. So, inside a class you MUST point to the method by $this. In your class, to call smallTest from inside the class, you must tell PHP which of all the objects created by the new statement you want to execute, just write:

$this->smallTest();

Disable browser 'Save Password' functionality

What I have been doing is a combination of autocomplete="off" and clearing password fields using a javascript / jQuery.

jQuery Example:

$(function() { 
    $('#PasswordEdit').attr("autocomplete", "off");
    setTimeout('$("#PasswordEdit").val("");', 50); 
});

By using setTimeout() you can wait for the browser to complete the field before you clear it, otherwise the browser will always autocomplete after you've clear the field.

How do I create a list of random numbers without duplicates?

A very simple function that also solves your problem

from random import randint

data = []

def unique_rand(inicial, limit, total):

        data = []

        i = 0

        while i < total:
            number = randint(inicial, limit)
            if number not in data:
                data.append(number)
                i += 1

        return data


data = unique_rand(1, 60, 6)

print(data)


"""

prints something like 

[34, 45, 2, 36, 25, 32]

"""

'names' attribute must be the same length as the vector

For me, this error was because I had some of my data titles were two names, I merged them in one name and all went well.

How can I generate a 6 digit unique number?

Try this using uniqid and hexdec,

echo hexdec(uniqid());

VBA EXCEL To Prompt User Response to Select Folder and Return the Path as String Variable

Consider:

Function GetFolder() As String
    Dim fldr As FileDialog
    Dim sItem As String
    Set fldr = Application.FileDialog(msoFileDialogFolderPicker)
    With fldr
        .Title = "Select a Folder"
        .AllowMultiSelect = False
        .InitialFileName = Application.DefaultFilePath
        If .Show <> -1 Then GoTo NextCode
        sItem = .SelectedItems(1)
    End With
NextCode:
    GetFolder = sItem
    Set fldr = Nothing
End Function

This code was adapted from Ozgrid

and as jkf points out, from Mr Excel

ERROR 1396 (HY000): Operation CREATE USER failed for 'jack'@'localhost'

I had also faced the same issue, after few searches, I found a solution that worked for me.I hope it will help you. As you have already created users, now try to do a FLUSH PRIVILEGES on your Mysql console. This issue is already in MySql bug post.You can also check this one.Now after flushing, you can create a new user. follow below Steps:

Step-1: Open terminal Ctrl+Alt+T
Step-2: mysql -u root -p  , it will ask for your MySQL password.

Now you can able to see Mysql console.

Step-3: CREATE USER 'username'@'host' IDENTIFIED by 'PASSWORD';

Instead of username you can put username you want. If you are running Mysql on your local machine, then type "localhost" instead of the host, otherwise give your server name you want to access.

Ex: CREATE USER smruti@localhost IDENTIFIED by 'hello';

Now new user is created. If you want to give all access then type

GRANT ALL PRIVILEGES ON * . * TO 'newuser'@'localhost';

Now you can quit the MySQL by typing \q.Now once again login through

mysql -u newusername -p , then press Enter. You can see everything.

Hope this helps.

Query comparing dates in SQL

Try to use "#" before and after of the date and be sure of your system date format. maybe "YYYYMMDD O YYYY-MM-DD O MM-DD-YYYY O USING '/ O \' "

Ex:

 select id,numbers_from,created_date,amount_numbers,SMS_text 
 from Test_Table
 where 
 created_date <= #2013-04-12#

Should I make HTML Anchors with 'name' or 'id'?

The whole "named anchor" concept uses the name attribute, by definition. You should just stick to using the name, but the ID attribute might be handy for some javascript situations.

As in the comments, you could always use both to hedge your bets.

How to include quotes in a string

I use:

var value = "'Field1','Field2','Field3'".Replace("'", "\""); 

as opposed to the equivalent

var value = "\"Field1\",\"Field2\",\"Field3\"";

Because the former has far less noise than the latter, making it easier to see typo's etc.

I use it a lot in unit tests.

Add a month to a Date

addedMonth <- seq(as.Date('2004-01-01'), length=2, by='1 month')[2]
addedQuarter <- seq(as.Date('2004-01-01'), length=2, by='1 quarter')[2]

Oracle: is there a tool to trace queries, like Profiler for sql server?

I found an easy solution

Step1. connect to DB with an admin user using PLSQL or sqldeveloper or any other query interface

Step2. run the script bellow; in the S.SQL_TEXT column, you will see the executed queries

SELECT            
 S.LAST_ACTIVE_TIME,     
 S.MODULE,
 S.SQL_FULLTEXT, 
 S.SQL_PROFILE,
 S.EXECUTIONS,
 S.LAST_LOAD_TIME,
 S.PARSING_USER_ID,
 S.SERVICE                                                                       
FROM
 SYS.V_$SQL S, 
 SYS.ALL_USERS U
WHERE
 S.PARSING_USER_ID=U.USER_ID 
 AND UPPER(U.USERNAME) IN ('oracle user name here')   
ORDER BY TO_DATE(S.LAST_LOAD_TIME, 'YYYY-MM-DD/HH24:MI:SS') desc;

The only issue with this is that I can't find a way to show the input parameters values(for function calls), but at least we can see what is ran in Oracle and the order of it without using a specific tool.

Bind failed: Address already in use

The error usually means that the port you are trying to open is being already used by another application. Try using netstat to see which ports are open and then use an available port.

Also check if you are binding to the right ip address (I am assuming it would be localhost)

Using TortoiseSVN how do I merge changes from the trunk to a branch and vice versa?

Take a look at svnmerge.py. It's command-line, can't be invoked by TortoiseSVN, but it's more powerful. From the FAQ:

Traditional subversion will let you merge changes, but it doesn't "remember" what you've already merged. It also doesn't provide a convenient way to exclude a change set from being merged. svnmerge.py automates some of the work, and simplifies it. Svnmerge also creates a commit message with the log messages from all of the things it merged.

How do you get a string from a MemoryStream?

A slightly modified version of Brian's answer allows optional management of read start, This seems to be the easiest method. probably not the most efficient, but easy to understand and use.

Public Function ReadAll(ByVal memStream As MemoryStream, Optional ByVal startPos As Integer = 0) As String
    ' reset the stream or we'll get an empty string returned
    ' remember the position so we can restore it later
    Dim Pos = memStream.Position
    memStream.Position = startPos

    Dim reader As New StreamReader(memStream)
    Dim str = reader.ReadToEnd()

    ' reset the position so that subsequent writes are correct
    memStream.Position = Pos

    Return str
End Function

Make one div visible and another invisible

You can use the display property of style. Intialy set the result section style as

style = "display:none"

Then the div will not be visible and there won't be any white space.

Once the search results are being populated change the display property using the java script like

document.getElementById("someObj").style.display = "block"

Using java script you can make the div invisible

document.getElementById("someObj").style.display = "none"

websocket closing connection automatically

You need to send ping messages from time to time. I think the default timeout is 300 seconds. Sending websocket ping/pong frame from browser

Count with IF condition in MySQL query

This should work:

count(if(ccc_news_comments.id = 'approved', ccc_news_comments.id, NULL))

count() only check if the value exists or not. 0 is equivalent to an existent value, so it counts one more, while NULL is like a non-existent value, so is not counted.

Get CPU Usage from Windows Command Prompt

The following works correctly on Windows 7 Ultimate from an elevated command prompt:

C:\Windows\system32>typeperf "\Processor(_Total)\% Processor Time"

"(PDH-CSV 4.0)","\\vm\Processor(_Total)\% Processor Time"
"02/01/2012 14:10:59.361","0.648721"
"02/01/2012 14:11:00.362","2.986384"
"02/01/2012 14:11:01.364","0.000000"
"02/01/2012 14:11:02.366","0.000000"
"02/01/2012 14:11:03.367","1.038332"

The command completed successfully.

C:\Windows\system32>

Or for a snapshot:

C:\Windows\system32>wmic cpu get loadpercentage
LoadPercentage
8

How to remove all click event handlers using jQuery?

$('#saveBtn').off('click').click(function(){saveQuestion(id)});

How do I create a SQL table under a different schema?

  1. Right-click on the tables node and choose New Table...
  2. With the table designer open, open the properties window (view -> Properties Window).
  3. You can change the schema that the table will be made in by choosing a schema in the properties window.

Downloading a picture via urllib and python

I have found this answer and I edit that in more reliable way

def download_photo(self, img_url, filename):
    try:
        image_on_web = urllib.urlopen(img_url)
        if image_on_web.headers.maintype == 'image':
            buf = image_on_web.read()
            path = os.getcwd() + DOWNLOADED_IMAGE_PATH
            file_path = "%s%s" % (path, filename)
            downloaded_image = file(file_path, "wb")
            downloaded_image.write(buf)
            downloaded_image.close()
            image_on_web.close()
        else:
            return False    
    except:
        return False
    return True

From this you never get any other resources or exceptions while downloading.

Pushing to Git returning Error Code 403 fatal: HTTP request failed

Try below command using administrator permission. This command solved my issue. Hope it will resolve your problem.

git config --system --unset-all credential.helper

SQL - Update multiple records in one query

in my case I have to update the records which are more than 1000, for this instead of hitting the update query each time I preferred this,

   UPDATE mst_users 
   SET base_id = CASE user_id 
   WHEN 78 THEN 999 
   WHEN 77 THEN 88 
   ELSE base_id END WHERE user_id IN(78, 77)

78,77 are the user Ids and for those user id I need to update the base_id 999 and 88 respectively.This works for me.

What does cv::normalize(_src, dst, 0, 255, NORM_MINMAX, CV_8UC1);

When the normType is NORM_MINMAX, cv::normalize normalizes _src in such a way that the min value of dst is alpha and max value of dst is beta. cv::normalize does its magic using only scales and shifts (i.e. adding constants and multiplying by constants).

CV_8UC1 says how many channels dst has.

The documentation here is pretty clear: http://docs.opencv.org/modules/core/doc/operations_on_arrays.html#normalize

How do I convert from a money datatype in SQL server?

you could either use

SELECT PARSENAME('$'+ Convert(varchar,Convert(money,@MoneyValue),1),2)

or

SELECT CurrencyNoDecimals = '$'+ LEFT( CONVERT(varchar, @MoneyValue,1),    
       LEN (CONVERT(varchar, @MoneyValue,1)) - 2)

How do I set the size of an HTML text box?

Try:

input[type="text"]{
padding:10px 0;}

This is way it remains independent of what textsize has been set for the textbox. You are increasing the height using padding instead

How do you specify a debugger program in Code::Blocks 12.11?

  1. Click on settings in top tool bar;

  2. Click on debugger;

  3. In tree, highlight "gdb/cdb debugger" by clicking it

  4. Click "create configuration"

  5. Add "gdb.exe" (no quotes) as a configuration

  6. Delete default configuration

  7. Click on gdb.exe that you created in the tree (it should be the only one) and a dialogue will appear to the right for "executable path" with a button to the right.

  8. Click on that button and it will bring up the file that codeblocks is installed in. Just keep clicking until you create the path to the gdb.exe (it sort of finds itself).

Unsupported operand type(s) for +: 'int' and 'str'

try,

str_list = " ".join([str(ele) for ele in numlist])

this statement will give you each element of your list in string format

print("The list now looks like [{0}]".format(str_list))

and,

change print(numlist.pop(2)+" has been removed") to

print("{0} has been removed".format(numlist.pop(2)))

as well.

Play audio with Python

Take a look at Simpleaudio, which is a relatively recent and lightweight library for this purpose:

> pip install simpleaudio

Then:

import simpleaudio as sa

wave_obj = sa.WaveObject.from_wave_file("path/to/file.wav")
play_obj = wave_obj.play()
play_obj.wait_done()

Make sure to use uncompressed 16 bit PCM files.

How to implement a secure REST API with node.js

There are many questions about REST auth patterns here on SO. These are the most relevant for your question:

Basically you need to choose between using API keys (least secure as the key may be discovered by an unauthorized user), an app key and token combo (medium), or a full OAuth implementation (most secure).

MySQL my.ini location

Answered for only MySQL Workbench users,

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jQuery add blank option to top of list and make selected to existing dropdown

Solution native Javascript :

document.getElementById("theSelectId").insertBefore(new Option('', ''), document.getElementById("theSelectId").firstChild);

example : http://codepen.io/anon/pen/GprybL

How to run PyCharm in Ubuntu - "Run in Terminal" or "Run"?

First, go to that folder which is containing pycharm.sh and open terminal from there. Then type

./pycharm.sh

this will open pycharm.

bin folder contains pycharm.sh file.

How to use Visual Studio Code as Default Editor for Git

In the most recent release (v1.0, released in March 2016), you are now able to use VS Code as the default git commit/diff tool. Quoted from the documentations:

  1. Make sure you can run code --help from the command line and you get help.

    • if you do not see help, please follow these steps:

      • Mac: Select Shell Command: Install 'Code' command in path from the Command Palette.

        • Command Palette is what pops up when you press shift + ? + P while inside VS Code. (shift + ctrl + P in Windows)
      • Windows: Make sure you selected Add to PATH during the installation.
      • Linux: Make sure you installed Code via our new .deb or .rpm packages.
  2. From the command line, run git config --global core.editor "code --wait"

Now you can run git config --global -e and use VS Code as editor for configuring Git. enter image description here Add the following to enable support for using VS Code as diff tool:

[diff]
    tool = default-difftool
[difftool "default-difftool"]
    cmd = code --wait --diff $LOCAL $REMOTE

This leverages the new --diff option you can pass to VS Code to compare two files side by side.

To summarize, here are some examples of where you can use Git with VS Code:

  • git rebase HEAD~3 -i allows to interactive rebase using VS Code
  • git commit allows to use VS Code for the commit message
  • git add -p followed by e for interactive add
  • git difftool <commit>^ <commit> allows to use VS Code as diff editor for changes

How can I get the current page name in WordPress?

I have come up with a simpler solution.

Get the returned value of the page name from wp_title(). If empty, print homepage name, otherwise echo the wp_title() value.

<?php $title = wp_title('', false); ?>

Remember to remove the separation with the first argument and then set display to false to use as an input to the variable. Then just bung the code between your heading, etc. tags.

<?php if ( $title == "" ) : echo "Home"; else : echo $title; endif; ?>

It worked a treat for me and ensuring that the first is declared in the section where you wish to extract the $title, this can be tuned to return different variables.

Shortcut to create properties in Visual Studio?

Type P + Tab + Tab.

Change the datatype, press TAB, change the property name, and press End + Enter.

regular expression for anything but an empty string

Assertions are not necessary for this. \S should work by itself as it matches any non-whitespace.

Is there a way to follow redirects with command line cURL?

Use the location header flag:

curl -L <URL>

How to close form

Your closing your instance of the settings window right after you create it. You need to display the settings window first then wait for a dialog result. If it comes back as canceled then close the window. For Example:

private void button1_Click(object sender, EventArgs e)
{
    Settings newSettingsWindow = new Settings();

    if (newSettingsWindow.ShowDialog() == DialogResult.Cancel)
    {
        newSettingsWindow.Close();
    }
}

Make copy of an array

If you want to make a copy of:

int[] a = {1,2,3,4,5};

This is the way to go:

int[] b = Arrays.copyOf(a, a.length);

Arrays.copyOf may be faster than a.clone() on small arrays. Both copy elements equally fast but clone() returns Object so the compiler has to insert an implicit cast to int[]. You can see it in the bytecode, something like this:

ALOAD 1
INVOKEVIRTUAL [I.clone ()Ljava/lang/Object;
CHECKCAST [I
ASTORE 2

Redeploy alternatives to JRebel

DCEVM supports enhanced class redefinitions and is available for current JDK7 and JDK8.

https://github.com/dcevm/dcevm/releases

HotswapAgent is an free JRebel alternative and supports DCEVM in various Frameworks.

http://hotswapagent.org/

Using Cygwin to Compile a C program; Execution error

This file (cygwin1.dll) is cygwin dependency similar to qt dependency.you must copy this file and similar files that appear in such messages error, from "cygwin/bin" to folder of the your program .Also this is necessary to run in another computer that have NOT cygwin!

Jump to function definition in vim

Use ctags. Generate a tags file, and tell vim where it is using the :tags command. Then you can just jump to the function definition using Ctrl-]

There are more tags tricks and tips in this question.

installing python packages without internet and using source code as .tar.gz and .whl

We have a similar situation at work, where the production machines have no access to the Internet; therefore everything has to be managed offline and off-host.

Here is what I tried with varied amounts of success:

  1. basket which is a small utility that you run on your internet-connected host. Instead of trying to install a package, it will instead download it, and everything else it requires to be installed into a directory. You then move this directory onto your target machine. Pros: very easy and simple to use, no server headaches; no ports to configure. Cons: there aren't any real showstoppers, but the biggest one is that it doesn't respect any version pinning you may have; it will always download the latest version of a package.

  2. Run a local pypi server. Used pypiserver and devpi. pypiserver is super simple to install and setup; devpi takes a bit more finagling. They both do the same thing - act as a proxy/cache for the real pypi and as a local pypi server for any home-grown packages. localshop is a new one that wasn't around when I was looking, it also has the same idea. So how it works is your internet-restricted machine will connect to these servers, they are then connected to the Internet so that they can cache and proxy the actual repository.

The problem with the second approach is that although you get maximum compatibility and access to the entire repository of Python packages, you still need to make sure any/all dependencies are installed on your target machines (for example, any headers for database drivers and a build toolchain). Further, these solutions do not cater for non-pypi repositories (for example, packages that are hosted on github).

We got very far with the second option though, so I would definitely recommend it.

Eventually, getting tired of having to deal with compatibility issues and libraries, we migrated the entire circus of servers to commercially supported docker containers.

This means that we ship everything pre-configured, nothing actually needs to be installed on the production machines and it has been the most headache-free solution for us.

We replaced the pypi repositories with a local docker image server.

java : non-static variable cannot be referenced from a static context Error

Java has two kind of Variables

a)
Class Level (Static) :
They are one per Class.Say you have Student Class and defined name as static variable.Now no matter how many student object you create all will have same name.

Object Level :
They belong to per Object.If name is non-static ,then all student can have different name.

b)
Class Level :
This variables are initialized on Class load.So even if no student object is created you can still access and use static name variable.

Object Level: They will get initialized when you create a new object ,say by new();

C)
Your Problem : Your class is Just loaded in JVM and you have called its main (static) method : Legally allowed.

Now from that you want to call an Object varibale : Where is the object ??

You have to create a Object and then only you can access Object level varibales.

How do I get into a non-password protected Java keystore or change the password?

The password of keystore by default is: "changeit". I functioned to my commands you entered here, for the import of the certificate. I hope you have already solved your problem.

Node.js check if path is file or directory

Update: Node.Js >= 10

We can use the new fs.promises API

const fs = require('fs').promises;

(async() => {
    const stat = await fs.lstat('test.txt');
    console.log(stat.isFile());
})().catch(console.error)

Any Node.Js version

Here's how you would detect if a path is a file or a directory asynchronously, which is the recommended approach in node. using fs.lstat

const fs = require("fs");

let path = "/path/to/something";

fs.lstat(path, (err, stats) => {

    if(err)
        return console.log(err); //Handle error

    console.log(`Is file: ${stats.isFile()}`);
    console.log(`Is directory: ${stats.isDirectory()}`);
    console.log(`Is symbolic link: ${stats.isSymbolicLink()}`);
    console.log(`Is FIFO: ${stats.isFIFO()}`);
    console.log(`Is socket: ${stats.isSocket()}`);
    console.log(`Is character device: ${stats.isCharacterDevice()}`);
    console.log(`Is block device: ${stats.isBlockDevice()}`);
});

Note when using the synchronous API:

When using the synchronous form any exceptions are immediately thrown. You can use try/catch to handle exceptions or allow them to bubble up.

try{
     fs.lstatSync("/some/path").isDirectory()
}catch(e){
   // Handle error
   if(e.code == 'ENOENT'){
     //no such file or directory
     //do something
   }else {
     //do something else
   }
}

Best way to return a value from a python script

If you want your script to return values, just do return [1,2,3] from a function wrapping your code but then you'd have to import your script from another script to even have any use for that information:

Return values (from a wrapping-function)

(again, this would have to be run by a separate Python script and be imported in order to even do any good):

import ...
def main():
    # calculate stuff
    return [1,2,3]

Exit codes as indicators

(This is generally just good for when you want to indicate to a governor what went wrong or simply the number of bugs/rows counted or w/e. Normally 0 is a good exit and >=1 is a bad exit but you could inter-prate them in any way you want to get data out of it)

import sys
# calculate and stuff
sys.exit(100)

And exit with a specific exit code depending on what you want that to tell your governor. I used exit codes when running script by a scheduling and monitoring environment to indicate what has happened.

(os._exit(100) also works, and is a bit more forceful)

Stdout as your relay

If not you'd have to use stdout to communicate with the outside world (like you've described). But that's generally a bad idea unless it's a parser executing your script and can catch whatever it is you're reporting to.

import sys
# calculate stuff
sys.stdout.write('Bugs: 5|Other: 10\n')
sys.stdout.flush()
sys.exit(0)

Are you running your script in a controlled scheduling environment then exit codes are the best way to go.

Files as conveyors

There's also the option to simply write information to a file, and store the result there.

# calculate
with open('finish.txt', 'wb') as fh:
    fh.write(str(5)+'\n')

And pick up the value/result from there. You could even do it in a CSV format for others to read simplistically.

Sockets as conveyors

If none of the above work, you can also use network sockets locally *(unix sockets is a great way on nix systems). These are a bit more intricate and deserve their own post/answer. But editing to add it here as it's a good option to communicate between processes. Especially if they should run multiple tasks and return values.

Minimal web server using netcat

mkfifo pipe;
while true ; 
do 
   #use read line from pipe to make it blocks before request comes in,
   #this is the key.
   { read line<pipe;echo -e "HTTP/1.1 200 OK\r\n";echo $(date);
   }  | nc -l -q 0 -p 8080 > pipe;  

done

Python: tf-idf-cosine: to find document similarity

Here is a function that compares your test data against the training data, with the Tf-Idf transformer fitted with the training data. Advantage is that you can quickly pivot or group by to find the n closest elements, and that the calculations are down matrix-wise.

def create_tokenizer_score(new_series, train_series, tokenizer):
    """
    return the tf idf score of each possible pairs of documents
    Args:
        new_series (pd.Series): new data (To compare against train data)
        train_series (pd.Series): train data (To fit the tf-idf transformer)
    Returns:
        pd.DataFrame
    """

    train_tfidf = tokenizer.fit_transform(train_series)
    new_tfidf = tokenizer.transform(new_series)
    X = pd.DataFrame(cosine_similarity(new_tfidf, train_tfidf), columns=train_series.index)
    X['ix_new'] = new_series.index
    score = pd.melt(
        X,
        id_vars='ix_new',
        var_name='ix_train',
        value_name='score'
    )
    return score

train_set = pd.Series(["The sky is blue.", "The sun is bright."])
test_set = pd.Series(["The sun in the sky is bright."])
tokenizer = TfidfVectorizer() # initiate here your own tokenizer (TfidfVectorizer, CountVectorizer, with stopwords...)
score = create_tokenizer_score(train_series=train_set, new_series=test_set, tokenizer=tokenizer)
score

   ix_new   ix_train    score
0   0       0       0.617034
1   0       1       0.862012

How to connect to a remote Windows machine to execute commands using python?

The best way to connect to the remote server and execute commands is by using "wmiexec.py"

Just run pip install impacket

Which will create "wmiexec.py" file under the scripts folder in python

Inside the python > Scripts > wmiexec.py

we need to run the wmiexec.py in the following way

python <wmiexec.py location> TargetUser:TargetPassword@TargetHostname "<OS command>"

Pleae change the wmiexec.py location according to yours

Like im using python 3.8.5 and my wmiexec.py location will be C:\python3.8.5\Scripts\wmiexec.py

python C:\python3.8.5\Scripts\wmiexec.py TargetUser:TargetPassword@TargetHostname "<OS command>"

Modify TargetUser, TargetPassword ,TargetHostname and OS command according to your remote machine

Note: Above method is used to run the commands on remote server.

But if you need to capture the output from remote server we need to create an python code.

import subprocess
command = 'C:\\Python36\\python.exe C:\\Python36\\Scripts\\wmiexec.py TargetUser:TargetPassword@TargetHostname "ipconfig"'
command = subprocess.Popen(command, shell=True, stdout=subprocess.PIPE)
stdout= command.communicate()[0]
print (stdout)

Modify the code accordingly and run it.

Android: how to parse URL String with spaces to URI object?

I wrote this function:

public static String encode(@NonNull String uriString) {
    if (TextUtils.isEmpty(uriString)) {
        Assert.fail("Uri string cannot be empty!");
        return uriString;
    }
    // getQueryParameterNames is not exist then cannot iterate on queries
    if (Build.VERSION.SDK_INT < 11) {
        return uriString;
    }

    // Check if uri has valid characters
    // See https://tools.ietf.org/html/rfc3986
    Pattern allowedUrlCharacters = Pattern.compile("([A-Za-z0-9_.~:/?\\#\\[\\]@!$&'()*+,;" +
            "=-]|%[0-9a-fA-F]{2})+");
    Matcher matcher = allowedUrlCharacters.matcher(uriString);
    String validUri = null;
    if (matcher.find()) {
        validUri = matcher.group();
    }
    if (TextUtils.isEmpty(validUri) || uriString.length() == validUri.length()) {
        return uriString;
    }

    // The uriString is not encoded. Then recreate the uri and encode it this time
    Uri uri = Uri.parse(uriString);
    Uri.Builder uriBuilder = new Uri.Builder()
            .scheme(uri.getScheme())
            .authority(uri.getAuthority());
    for (String path : uri.getPathSegments()) {
        uriBuilder.appendPath(path);
    }
    for (String key : uri.getQueryParameterNames()) {
        uriBuilder.appendQueryParameter(key, uri.getQueryParameter(key));
    }
    String correctUrl = uriBuilder.build().toString();
    return correctUrl;
}

Calling a PHP function from an HTML form in the same file

in case you don't want to use Ajax , and want your page to reload .

<?php
if(isset($_POST['user']) {
echo $_POST["user"]; //just an example of processing
}    
?>

How to convert an enum type variable to a string?

I needed this to work in both directions AND I frequently embed my enums inside a containing class, and so I started with the solution by James McNellis way, way at the top of these answers, but I made this solution. Note also I prefer enum class rather than just enum, which complicates the answer somewhat.

#define X_DEFINE_ENUMERATION(r, datatype, elem) case datatype::elem : return BOOST_PP_STRINGIZE(elem);

// The data portion of the FOR_EACH should be (variable type)(value)
#define X_DEFINE_ENUMERATION2(r, dataseq, elem) \
    if (BOOST_PP_SEQ_ELEM(1, dataseq) == BOOST_PP_STRINGIZE(elem) ) return BOOST_PP_SEQ_ELEM(0, dataseq)::elem;

#define DEFINE_ENUMERATION_MASTER(modifier, name, toFunctionName, enumerators)    \
    enum class name {                                                         \
        Undefined,                                                            \
        BOOST_PP_SEQ_ENUM(enumerators)                                        \
    };                                                                        \
                                                                              \
    modifier const char* ToString(const name & v)                               \
    {                                                                         \
        switch (v)                                                            \
        {                                                                     \
            BOOST_PP_SEQ_FOR_EACH(                                            \
                X_DEFINE_ENUMERATION,                                         \
                name,                                                         \
                enumerators                                                   \
            )                                                                 \
            default: return "[Unknown " BOOST_PP_STRINGIZE(name) "]";         \
        }                                                                     \
    }                                                                         \
                                                                              \
    modifier const name toFunctionName(const std::string & value)               \
    {                                                                         \
        BOOST_PP_SEQ_FOR_EACH(                                                \
            X_DEFINE_ENUMERATION2,                                            \
            (name)(value),                                                    \
            enumerators                                                       \
        )                                                                     \
        return name::Undefined;                                               \
    }

#define DEFINE_ENUMERATION(name, toFunctionName, enumerators)                 \
    DEFINE_ENUMERATION_MASTER(inline, name, toFunctionName, enumerators)

#define DEFINE_ENUMERATION_INSIDE_CLASS(name, toFunctionName, enumerators)                 \
    DEFINE_ENUMERATION_MASTER(static, name, toFunctionName, enumerators)

To use it inside a class, you could do something like this:

class ComponentStatus {
public:
    /** This is a simple bad, iffy, and good status. See other places for greater details. */
    DEFINE_ENUMERATION_INSIDE_CLASS(Status, toStatus, (RED)(YELLOW)(GREEN)
}

And I wrote a CppUnit test, which demonstrates how to use it:

void
ComponentStatusTest::testSimple() {
    ComponentStatus::Status value = ComponentStatus::Status::RED;

    const char * valueStr = ComponentStatus::ToString(value);

    ComponentStatus::Status convertedValue = ComponentStatus::toStatus(string(valueStr));

    CPPUNIT_ASSERT_EQUAL_MESSAGE("Incorrect conversion to a string.", (const char *)"RED", valueStr);
    CPPUNIT_ASSERT_EQUAL_MESSAGE("Incorrect conversion back from a string.", convertedValue, value);
}

DEFINE_ENUMERATION(Status, toStatus, (RED)(YELLOW)(GREEN))

void
ComponentStatusTest::testOutside() {
    Status value = Status::RED;

    const char * valueStr = ToString(value);

    Status convertedValue = toStatus(string(valueStr));

    CPPUNIT_ASSERT_EQUAL_MESSAGE("Incorrect conversion to a string.", (const char *)"RED", valueStr);
    CPPUNIT_ASSERT_EQUAL_MESSAGE("Incorrect conversion back from a string.", convertedValue, value);
}

You have to pick which macro to use, either DEFINE_ENUMERATION or DEFINE_ENUMERATION_INSIDE_CLASS. You'll see I used the latter when defining ComponentStatus::Status but I used the former when just defining Status. The difference is simple. Inside a class, I prefix the to/from methods as "static" and if not in a class, I use "inline". Trivial differences, but necessary.

Unfortunately, I don't think there's a clean way to avoid having to do this:

const char * valueStr = ComponentStatus::ToString(value);

although you could manually create an inline method after your class definition that simply chains to the class method, something like:

inline const char * toString(const ComponentStatus::Status value) { return ComponentStatus::ToString(value); }

How can I revert multiple Git commits (already pushed) to a published repository?

If you've already pushed things to a remote server (and you have other developers working off the same remote branch) the important thing to bear in mind is that you don't want to rewrite history

Don't use git reset --hard

You need to revert changes, otherwise any checkout that has the removed commits in its history will add them back to the remote repository the next time they push; and any other checkout will pull them in on the next pull thereafter.

If you have not pushed changes to a remote, you can use

git reset --hard <hash>

If you have pushed changes, but are sure nobody has pulled them you can use

git reset --hard
git push -f

If you have pushed changes, and someone has pulled them into their checkout you can still do it but the other team-member/checkout would need to collaborate:

(you) git reset --hard <hash>
(you) git push -f

(them) git fetch
(them) git reset --hard origin/branch

But generally speaking that's turning into a mess. So, reverting:

The commits to remove are the lastest

This is possibly the most common case, you've done something - you've pushed them out and then realized they shouldn't exist.

First you need to identify the commit to which you want to go back to, you can do that with:

git log

just look for the commit before your changes, and note the commit hash. you can limit the log to the most resent commits using the -n flag: git log -n 5

Then reset your branch to the state you want your other developers to see:

git revert  <hash of first borked commit>..HEAD

The final step is to create your own local branch reapplying your reverted changes:

git branch my-new-branch
git checkout my-new-branch
git revert <hash of each revert commit> .

Continue working in my-new-branch until you're done, then merge it in to your main development branch.

The commits to remove are intermingled with other commits

If the commits you want to revert are not all together, it's probably easiest to revert them individually. Again using git log find the commits you want to remove and then:

git revert <hash>
git revert <another hash>
..

Then, again, create your branch for continuing your work:

git branch my-new-branch
git checkout my-new-branch
git revert <hash of each revert commit> .

Then again, hack away and merge in when you're done.

You should end up with a commit history which looks like this on my-new-branch

2012-05-28 10:11 AD7six             o [my-new-branch] Revert "Revert "another mistake""
2012-05-28 10:11 AD7six             o Revert "Revert "committing a mistake""
2012-05-28 10:09 AD7six             o [master] Revert "committing a mistake"
2012-05-28 10:09 AD7six             o Revert "another mistake"
2012-05-28 10:08 AD7six             o another mistake
2012-05-28 10:08 AD7six             o committing a mistake
2012-05-28 10:05 Bob                I XYZ nearly works

Better way®

Especially that now that you're aware of the dangers of several developers working in the same branch, consider using feature branches always for your work. All that means is working in a branch until something is finished, and only then merge it to your main branch. Also consider using tools such as git-flow to automate branch creation in a consistent way.

Finding out current index in EACH loop (Ruby)

x.each_with_index { |v, i| puts "current index...#{i}" }

How to remove a TFS Workspace Mapping?

I managed to remove the mapping using the /newowner command as suggested here:

How can I regain access to my Team Foundation Server Workspace?

The command opened an Edit Workspace windows where I removed the mapping. Afterwards I deleted the workspace I didn't need.

How do I get an OAuth 2.0 authentication token in C#

The Rest Client answer is perfect! (I upvoted it)

But, just in case you want to go "raw"

..........

I got this to work with HttpClient.

/*
.nuget\packages\newtonsoft.json\12.0.1
.nuget\packages\system.net.http\4.3.4
*/

using Newtonsoft.Json;
using System;
using System.Collections.Generic;
using System.Net.Http;
using System.Net.Http.Headers;
using System.Threading.Tasks;
using System.Web;


    private static async Task<Token> GetElibilityToken(HttpClient client)
    {
        string baseAddress = @"https://blah.blah.blah.com/oauth2/token";

        string grant_type = "client_credentials";
        string client_id = "myId";
        string client_secret = "shhhhhhhhhhhhhhItsSecret";

        var form = new Dictionary<string, string>
                {
                    {"grant_type", grant_type},
                    {"client_id", client_id},
                    {"client_secret", client_secret},
                };

        HttpResponseMessage tokenResponse = await client.PostAsync(baseAddress, new FormUrlEncodedContent(form));
        var jsonContent = await tokenResponse.Content.ReadAsStringAsync();
        Token tok = JsonConvert.DeserializeObject<Token>(jsonContent);
        return tok;
    }


internal class Token
{
    [JsonProperty("access_token")]
    public string AccessToken { get; set; }

    [JsonProperty("token_type")]
    public string TokenType { get; set; }

    [JsonProperty("expires_in")]
    public int ExpiresIn { get; set; }

    [JsonProperty("refresh_token")]
    public string RefreshToken { get; set; }
}       

Here is another working example (based off the answer above)......with a few more tweaks. Sometimes the token-service is finicky:

    private static async Task<Token> GetATokenToTestMyRestApiUsingHttpClient(HttpClient client)
    {
        /* this code has lots of commented out stuff with different permutations of tweaking the request  */

        /* this is a version of asking for token using HttpClient.  aka, an alternate to using default libraries instead of RestClient */

        OAuthValues oav = GetOAuthValues(); /* object has has simple string properties for TokenUrl, GrantType, ClientId and ClientSecret */

        var form = new Dictionary<string, string>
                {
                    { "grant_type", oav.GrantType },
                    { "client_id", oav.ClientId },
                    { "client_secret", oav.ClientSecret }
                };

        /* now tweak the http client */
        client.DefaultRequestHeaders.Clear();
        client.DefaultRequestHeaders.Add("cache-control", "no-cache");

        /* try 1 */
        ////client.DefaultRequestHeaders.Add("content-type", "application/x-www-form-urlencoded");

        /* try 2 */
        ////client.DefaultRequestHeaders            .Accept            .Add(new MediaTypeWithQualityHeaderValue("application/x-www-form-urlencoded"));//ACCEPT header

        /* try 3 */
        ////does not compile */client.Content.Headers.ContentType = new MediaTypeHeaderValue("application/x-www-form-urlencoded");

        ////application/x-www-form-urlencoded

        HttpRequestMessage req = new HttpRequestMessage(HttpMethod.Post, oav.TokenUrl);
        /////req.RequestUri = new Uri(baseAddress);

        req.Content = new FormUrlEncodedContent(form);

        ////string jsonPayload = "{\"grant_type\":\"" + oav.GrantType + "\",\"client_id\":\"" + oav.ClientId + "\",\"client_secret\":\"" + oav.ClientSecret + "\"}";
        ////req.Content = new StringContent(jsonPayload,                                                Encoding.UTF8,                                                "application/json");//CONTENT-TYPE header

        req.Content.Headers.ContentType = new MediaTypeHeaderValue("application/x-www-form-urlencoded");

        /* now make the request */
        ////HttpResponseMessage tokenResponse = await client.PostAsync(baseAddress, new FormUrlEncodedContent(form));
        HttpResponseMessage tokenResponse = await client.SendAsync(req);
        Console.WriteLine(string.Format("HttpResponseMessage.ReasonPhrase='{0}'", tokenResponse.ReasonPhrase));

        if (!tokenResponse.IsSuccessStatusCode)
        {
            throw new HttpRequestException("Call to get Token with HttpClient failed.");
        }

        var jsonContent = await tokenResponse.Content.ReadAsStringAsync();
        Token tok = JsonConvert.DeserializeObject<Token>(jsonContent);

        return tok;
    }

APPEND

Bonus Material!

If you ever get a

"The remote certificate is invalid according to the validation procedure."

exception......you can wire in a handler to see what is going on (and massage if necessary)

using System;
using System.Collections.Generic;
using System.Text;
using Newtonsoft.Json;
using System.Net.Http;
using System.Net.Http.Headers;
using System.Threading.Tasks;
using System.Web;
using System.Net;

namespace MyNamespace
{
    public class MyTokenRetrieverWithExtraStuff
    {
        public static async Task<Token> GetElibilityToken()
        {
            using (HttpClientHandler httpClientHandler = new HttpClientHandler())
            {
                httpClientHandler.ServerCertificateCustomValidationCallback = CertificateValidationCallBack;
                using (HttpClient client = new HttpClient(httpClientHandler))
                {
                    return await GetElibilityToken(client);
                }
            }
        }

        private static async Task<Token> GetElibilityToken(HttpClient client)
        {
            // throws certificate error if your cert is wired to localhost // 
            //string baseAddress = @"https://127.0.0.1/someapp/oauth2/token";

            //string baseAddress = @"https://localhost/someapp/oauth2/token";

        string baseAddress = @"https://blah.blah.blah.com/oauth2/token";

        string grant_type = "client_credentials";
        string client_id = "myId";
        string client_secret = "shhhhhhhhhhhhhhItsSecret";

        var form = new Dictionary<string, string>
                {
                    {"grant_type", grant_type},
                    {"client_id", client_id},
                    {"client_secret", client_secret},
                };

            HttpResponseMessage tokenResponse = await client.PostAsync(baseAddress, new FormUrlEncodedContent(form));
            var jsonContent = await tokenResponse.Content.ReadAsStringAsync();
            Token tok = JsonConvert.DeserializeObject<Token>(jsonContent);
            return tok;
        }

        private static bool CertificateValidationCallBack(
        object sender,
        System.Security.Cryptography.X509Certificates.X509Certificate certificate,
        System.Security.Cryptography.X509Certificates.X509Chain chain,
        System.Net.Security.SslPolicyErrors sslPolicyErrors)
        {
            // If the certificate is a valid, signed certificate, return true.
            if (sslPolicyErrors == System.Net.Security.SslPolicyErrors.None)
            {
                return true;
            }

            // If there are errors in the certificate chain, look at each error to determine the cause.
            if ((sslPolicyErrors & System.Net.Security.SslPolicyErrors.RemoteCertificateChainErrors) != 0)
            {
                if (chain != null && chain.ChainStatus != null)
                {
                    foreach (System.Security.Cryptography.X509Certificates.X509ChainStatus status in chain.ChainStatus)
                    {
                        if ((certificate.Subject == certificate.Issuer) &&
                           (status.Status == System.Security.Cryptography.X509Certificates.X509ChainStatusFlags.UntrustedRoot))
                        {
                            // Self-signed certificates with an untrusted root are valid. 
                            continue;
                        }
                        else
                        {
                            if (status.Status != System.Security.Cryptography.X509Certificates.X509ChainStatusFlags.NoError)
                            {
                                // If there are any other errors in the certificate chain, the certificate is invalid,
                                // so the method returns false.
                                return false;
                            }
                        }
                    }
                }

                // When processing reaches this line, the only errors in the certificate chain are 
                // untrusted root errors for self-signed certificates. These certificates are valid
                // for default Exchange server installations, so return true.
                return true;
            }


            /* overcome localhost and 127.0.0.1 issue */
            if ((sslPolicyErrors & System.Net.Security.SslPolicyErrors.RemoteCertificateNameMismatch) != 0)
            {
                if (certificate.Subject.Contains("localhost"))
                {
                    HttpRequestMessage castSender = sender as HttpRequestMessage;
                    if (null != castSender)
                    {
                        if (castSender.RequestUri.Host.Contains("127.0.0.1"))
                        {
                            return true;
                        }
                    }
                }
            }

            return false;

        }


        public class Token
        {
            [JsonProperty("access_token")]
            public string AccessToken { get; set; }

            [JsonProperty("token_type")]
            public string TokenType { get; set; }

            [JsonProperty("expires_in")]
            public int ExpiresIn { get; set; }

            [JsonProperty("refresh_token")]
            public string RefreshToken { get; set; }
        }

    }
}

........................

I recently found (Jan/2020) an article about all this. I'll add a link here....sometimes having 2 different people show/explain it helps someone trying to learn it.

http://luisquintanilla.me/2017/12/25/client-credentials-authentication-csharp/

How to get current url in view in asp.net core 1.0

public string BuildAbsolute(PathString path, QueryString query = default(QueryString), FragmentString fragment = default(FragmentString))
{
    var rq = httpContext.Request;
    return Microsoft.AspNetCore.Http.Extensions.UriHelper.BuildAbsolute(rq.Scheme, rq.Host, rq.PathBase, path, query, fragment);
}

Creating email templates with Django

There is an error in the example.... if you use it as written, the following error occurs:

< type 'exceptions.Exception' >: 'dict' object has no attribute 'render_context'

You will need to add the following import:

from django.template import Context

and change the dictionary to be:

d = Context({ 'username': username })

See http://docs.djangoproject.com/en/1.2/ref/templates/api/#rendering-a-context

Count cells that contain any text

If you have cells with something like ="" and don't want to count them, you have to subtract number of empty cells from total number of cell by formula like

=row(G101)-row(G4)+1-countblank(G4:G101)

In case of 2-dimensional array it would be

=(row(G101)-row(A4)+1)*(column(G101)-column(A4)+1)-countblank(A4:G101)

Tested at google docs.

How to go to a specific element on page?

The standard technique in plugin form would look something like this:

(function($) {
    $.fn.goTo = function() {
        $('html, body').animate({
            scrollTop: $(this).offset().top + 'px'
        }, 'fast');
        return this; // for chaining...
    }
})(jQuery);

Then you could just say $('#div_element2').goTo(); to scroll to <div id="div_element2">. Options handling and configurability is left as an exercise for the reader.

A html space is showing as %2520 instead of %20

A bit of explaining as to what that %2520 is :

The common space character is encoded as %20 as you noted yourself. The % character is encoded as %25.

The way you get %2520 is when your url already has a %20 in it, and gets urlencoded again, which transforms the %20 to %2520.

Are you (or any framework you might be using) double encoding characters?

Edit: Expanding a bit on this, especially for LOCAL links. Assuming you want to link to the resource C:\my path\my file.html:

  • if you provide a local file path only, the browser is expected to encode and protect all characters given (in the above, you should give it with spaces as shown, since % is a valid filename character and as such it will be encoded) when converting to a proper URL (see next point).
  • if you provide a URL with the file:// protocol, you are basically stating that you have taken all precautions and encoded what needs encoding, the rest should be treated as special characters. In the above example, you should thus provide file:///c:/my%20path/my%20file.html. Aside from fixing slashes, clients should not encode characters here.

NOTES:

  • Slash direction - forward slashes / are used in URLs, reverse slashes \ in Windows paths, but most clients will work with both by converting them to the proper forward slash.
  • In addition, there are 3 slashes after the protocol name, since you are silently referring to the current machine instead of a remote host ( the full unabbreviated path would be file://localhost/c:/my%20path/my%file.html ), but again most clients will work without the host part (ie two slashes only) by assuming you mean the local machine and adding the third slash.

What's the difference between "Request Payload" vs "Form Data" as seen in Chrome dev tools Network tab

In Chrome, request with 'Content-Type:application/json' shows as Request PayedLoad and sends data as json object.

But request with 'Content-Type:application/x-www-form-urlencoded' shows Form Data and sends data as Key:Value Pair, so if you have array of object in one key it flats that key's value:

{ Id: 1, 
name:'john', 
phones:[{title:'home',number:111111,...},
        {title:'office',number:22222,...}]
}

sends

{ Id: 1, 
name:'john', 
phones:[object object]
phones:[object object]
}

Git: Pull from other remote

upstream in the github example is just the name they've chosen to refer to that repository. You may choose any that you like when using git remote add. Depending on what you select for this name, your git pull usage will change. For example, if you use:

git remote add upstream git://github.com/somename/original-project.git

then you would use this to pull changes:

git pull upstream master

But, if you choose origin for the name of the remote repo, your commands would be:

To name the remote repo in your local config: git remote add origin git://github.com/somename/original-project.git

And to pull: git pull origin master

How Should I Set Default Python Version In Windows?

This is if you have both the versions installed.

Go to This PC -> Right-click -> Click on Properties -> Advanced System Settings.

You will see the System Properties. From here navigate to the "Advanced" Tab -> Click on Environment Variables.

You will see a top half for the user variables and the bottom half for System variables.

Check the System Variables and double-click on the Path(to edit the Path).

Check for the path of Python(which you wish to run i.e. Python 2.x or 3.x) and move it to the top of the Path list.

Restart the Command Prompt, and now when you check the version of Python, it should correctly display the required version.

How to bind list to dataGridView?

Instead of create the new Container class you can use a dataTable.

DataTable dt = new DataTable();
dt.Columns.Add("My first column Name");

dt.Rows.Add(new object[] { "Item 1" });
dt.Rows.Add(new object[] { "Item number 2" });
dt.Rows.Add(new object[] { "Item number three" });

myDataGridView.DataSource = dt;

More about this problem you can find here: http://psworld.pl/Programming/BindingListOfString

How to concatenate int values in java?

NOTE: when you try to use + operator on (string + int) it converts int into strings and concatnates them ! so you need to convert only one int to string

public class scratch {

public static void main(String[] args){

    int a=1;
    int b=0;
    int c=2;
    int d=2;
    int e=1;
    System.out.println( String.valueOf(a)+b+c+d+e) ;
}

How to elegantly check if a number is within a range?

In production code I would simply write

1 <= x && x <= 100

This is easy to understand and very readable.

Starting with C#9.0 we can write

x is >= 1 and <= 100   // Note that we must write x only once.
                       // "is" introduces a pattern matching expression.
                       // "and" is part of the pattern matching unlike the logical "&&".
                       // With "&&" we would have to write: x is >= 1 && x is <= 100

Here is a clever method that reduces the number of comparisons from two to one by using some math. The idea is that one of the two factors becomes negative if the number lies outside of the range and zero if the number is equal to one of the bounds:

If the bounds are inclusive:

(x - 1) * (100 - x) >= 0

or

(x - min) * (max - x) >= 0

If the bounds are exclusive:

(x - 1) * (100 - x) > 0

or

(x - min) * (max - x) > 0

How to tell bash that the line continues on the next line

The character is a backslash \

From the bash manual:

The backslash character ‘\’ may be used to remove any special meaning for the next character read and for line continuation.

Fit image to table cell [Pure HTML]

Inline content leaves space at the bottom for characters that descend (j, y, q):

https://developer.mozilla.org/en-US/docs/Images,_Tables,_and_Mysterious_Gaps

There are a couple fixes:

Use display: block;

<img style="display:block;" width="100%" height="100%" src="http://dummyimage.com/68x68/000/fff" />

or use vertical-align: bottom;

<img style="vertical-align: bottom;" width="100%" height="100%" src="http://dummyimage.com/68x68/000/fff" />

LEFT JOIN vs. LEFT OUTER JOIN in SQL Server

I find it easier to think of Joins in the following order:

  • CROSS JOIN - a Cartesian product of both tables. ALL joins begin here
  • INNER JOIN - a CROSS JOIN with a filter added.
  • OUTER JOIN - an INNER JOIN with missing elements (from either LEFT or RIGHT table) added afterward.

Until I figured out this (relatively) simple model, JOINS were always a bit more of a black art. Now they make perfect sense.

Hope this helps more than it confuses.

Redirect Windows cmd stdout and stderr to a single file

There is, however, no guarantee that the output of SDTOUT and STDERR are interweaved line-by-line in timely order, using the POSIX redirect merge syntax.

If an application uses buffered output, it may happen that the text of one stream is inserted in the other at a buffer boundary, which may appear in the middle of a text line.

A dedicated console output logger (I.e. the "StdOut/StdErr Logger" by 'LoRd MuldeR') may be more reliable for such a task.

See: MuldeR's OpenSource Projects

Install sbt on ubuntu

No command sbt found

It's saying that sbt is not on your path. Try to run ./sbt from ~/bin/sbt/bin or wherever the sbt executable is to verify that it runs correctly. Also check that you have execute permissions on the sbt executable. If this works , then add ~/bin/sbt/bin to your path and sbt should run from anywhere.

See this question about adding a directory to your path.

To verify the path is set correctly use the which command on LINUX. The output will look something like this:

$ which sbt
/usr/bin/sbt

Lastly, to verify sbt is working try running sbt -help or likewise. The output with -help will look something like this:

$ sbt -help
Usage: sbt [options]

  -h | -help         print this message
  ...

Array.Add vs +=

The most common idiom for creating an array without using the inefficient += is something like this, from the output of a loop:

$array = foreach($i in 1..10) { 
  $i
}
$array

bash: pip: command not found

It might be the root permission. I tried exit root login, use

sudo su -l root
pip <command>

that works for me

Equivalent function for DATEADD() in Oracle

Method1: ADD_MONTHS

ADD_MONTHS(SYSDATE, -6)

Method 2: Interval

SYSDATE - interval '6' month

Note: if you want to do the operations from start of the current month always, TRUNC(SYSDATE,'MONTH') would give that. And it expects a Date datatype as input.

Resize Cross Domain Iframe Height

It is only possible to do this cross domain if you have access to implement JS on both domains. If you have that, then here is a little library that solves all the problems with sizing iFrames to their contained content.

https://github.com/davidjbradshaw/iframe-resizer

It deals with the cross domain issue by using the post-message API, and also detects changes to the content of the iFrame in a few different ways.

Works in all modern browsers and IE8 upwards.

Returning Promises from Vuex actions

actions in Vuex are asynchronous. The only way to let the calling function (initiator of action) to know that an action is complete - is by returning a Promise and resolving it later.

Here is an example: myAction returns a Promise, makes a http call and resolves or rejects the Promise later - all asynchronously

actions: {
    myAction(context, data) {
        return new Promise((resolve, reject) => {
            // Do something here... lets say, a http call using vue-resource
            this.$http("/api/something").then(response => {
                // http success, call the mutator and change something in state
                resolve(response);  // Let the calling function know that http is done. You may send some data back
            }, error => {
                // http failed, let the calling function know that action did not work out
                reject(error);
            })
        })
    }
}

Now, when your Vue component initiates myAction, it will get this Promise object and can know whether it succeeded or not. Here is some sample code for the Vue component:

export default {
    mounted: function() {
        // This component just got created. Lets fetch some data here using an action
        this.$store.dispatch("myAction").then(response => {
            console.log("Got some data, now lets show something in this component")
        }, error => {
            console.error("Got nothing from server. Prompt user to check internet connection and try again")
        })
    }
}

As you can see above, it is highly beneficial for actions to return a Promise. Otherwise there is no way for the action initiator to know what is happening and when things are stable enough to show something on the user interface.

And a last note regarding mutators - as you rightly pointed out, they are synchronous. They change stuff in the state, and are usually called from actions. There is no need to mix Promises with mutators, as the actions handle that part.

Edit: My views on the Vuex cycle of uni-directional data flow:

If you access data like this.$store.state["your data key"] in your components, then the data flow is uni-directional.

The promise from action is only to let the component know that action is complete.

The component may either take data from promise resolve function in the above example (not uni-directional, therefore not recommended), or directly from $store.state["your data key"] which is unidirectional and follows the vuex data lifecycle.

The above paragraph assumes your mutator uses Vue.set(state, "your data key", http_data), once the http call is completed in your action.

Cannot make Project Lombok work on Eclipse

I ran into this problem due to the missing:

-vmargs -javaagent:lombok.jar -Xbootclasspath/a:lombok.jar

as well. What is not explicitly said neither here nor in the Lombok popup message, and was not obvious to me as someone who never before had to fiddle with the eclipse.ini, is that you are NOT supposed to add that line, but instead add the last two parts of that line after the first part, which is already in the eclipse.ini file. To better illustrate, the end of the file should look something like this (bold is what matters for Lombok, the rest might be different for you):

-vm
C:/Program Files/Java/jdk1.7.0_02/bin
-vmargs
-Dosgi.requiredJavaVersion=1.5
-Xms40m
-Xmx384m
-javaagent:lombok.jar
-Xbootclasspath/a:lombok.jar

Create a tar.xz in one command

Quick Solution

tarxz() { tar cf - "$1" | xz -4e > "$1".tar.xz ; }
tarxz name_of_directory

(Notice, not name_of_directory/)


Using xz compression options

If you want to use compression options for xz, or if you are using tar on MacOS, you probably want to avoid the tar -cJf syntax.

According to man xz, the way to do this is:

tar cf - filename | xz -4e > filename.tar.xz

Because I liked Wojciech Adam Koszek's format, but not information:

  1. c creates a new archive for the specified files.
  2. f reads from a directory (best to put this second because -cf != -fc)
  3. - outputs to Standard Output
  4. | pipes output to the next command
  5. xz -4e calls xz with the -4e compression option. (equal to -4 --extreme)
  6. > filename.tar.xz directs the tarred and compressed file to filename.tar.xz

where -4e is, use your own compression options. I often use -k to --keep the original file and -9 for really heavy compression. -z to manually set xz to zip, though it defaults to zipping if not otherwise directed.

To uncompress and untar

To echo Rafael van Horn, to uncompress & untar (see note below):

xz -dc filename.tar.xz | tar x

Note: unlike Rafael's answer, use xz -dc instead of catxz. The docs recommend this in case you are using this for scripting. Best to have a habit of using -d or --decompress instead of unxz as well. However, if you must, using those commands from the command line is fine.

How to read a single character from the user?

Here's a link to a site that says how you can read a single character in Windows, Linux and OSX: http://code.activestate.com/recipes/134892/

class _Getch:
    """Gets a single character from standard input.  Does not echo to the
screen."""
    def __init__(self):
        try:
            self.impl = _GetchWindows()
        except ImportError:
            self.impl = _GetchUnix()

    def __call__(self): return self.impl()


class _GetchUnix:
    def __init__(self):
        import tty, sys

    def __call__(self):
        import sys, tty, termios
        fd = sys.stdin.fileno()
        old_settings = termios.tcgetattr(fd)
        try:
            tty.setraw(sys.stdin.fileno())
            ch = sys.stdin.read(1)
        finally:
            termios.tcsetattr(fd, termios.TCSADRAIN, old_settings)
        return ch


class _GetchWindows:
    def __init__(self):
        import msvcrt

    def __call__(self):
        import msvcrt
        return msvcrt.getch()


getch = _Getch()

git - Your branch is ahead of 'origin/master' by 1 commit

git reset HEAD^ --soft (Save your changes, back to last commit)

git reset HEAD^ --hard (Discard changes, back to last commit)

Is there any publicly accessible JSON data source to test with real world data?

Tumblr has a public API that provides JSON. You can get a dump of posts using a simple url like http://puppygifs.tumblr.com/api/read/json.

Sending arrays with Intent.putExtra

You are setting the extra with an array. You are then trying to get a single int.

Your code should be:

int[] arrayB = extras.getIntArray("numbers");

Drop shadow on a div container?

You can try using the PNG drop shadows. IE6 doesn't support it, however it will degrade nicely.

http://www.positioniseverything.net/articles/dropshadows.html

Check If array is null or not in php

Corrected;

/*
 return true if the array is not empty
 return false if it is empty
*/
function is_array_empty($arr){
  if(is_array($arr)){     
      foreach($arr as $key => $value){
          if(!empty($value) || $value != NULL || $value != ""){
              return true;
              break;//stop the process we have seen that at least 1 of the array has value so its not empty
          }
      }
      return false;
  }
}

scroll image with continuous scrolling using marquee tag

You cannot scroll images continuously using the HTML marquee tag - it must have JavaScript added for the continuous scrolling functionality.

There is a JavaScript plugin called crawler.js available on the dynamic drive forum for achieving this functionality. This plugin was created by John Davenport Scheuer and has been modified over time to suit new browsers.

I have also implemented this plugin into my blog to document all the steps to use this plugin. Here is the sample code:

<head>
    <script src="http://code.jquery.com/jquery-latest.min.js" type="text/javascript"></script>
    <script src="assets/js/crawler.js" type="text/javascript" ></script>
</head>

<div id="mycrawler2" style="margin-top: -3px; " class="productswesupport">
    <img src="assets/images/products/ie.png" />
    <img src="assets/images/products/browser.png" />
    <img src="assets/images/products/chrome.png" />
    <img src="assets/images/products/safari.png" />
</div>

Here is the plugin configration:

marqueeInit({
    uniqueid: 'mycrawler2',
    style: {
    },
    inc: 5, //speed - pixel increment for each iteration of this marquee's movement
    mouse: 'cursor driven', //mouseover behavior ('pause' 'cursor driven' or false)
    moveatleast: 2,
    neutral: 150,
    savedirection: true,
    random: true
});

Read/write files within a Linux kernel module

Since version 4.14 of Linux kernel, vfs_read and vfs_write functions are no longer exported for use in modules. Instead, functions exclusively for kernel's file access are provided:

# Read the file from the kernel space.
ssize_t kernel_read(struct file *file, void *buf, size_t count, loff_t *pos);

# Write the file from the kernel space.
ssize_t kernel_write(struct file *file, const void *buf, size_t count,
            loff_t *pos);

Also, filp_open no longer accepts user-space string, so it can be used for kernel access directly (without dance with set_fs).

Detect home button press in android

I had this problem, and since overriding the onKeyDown() method didn't accomplish anything because of the underlying android system didn't call this method, I solved this with overriding onBackPressed(), and I had a boolean value set there to false, because I pressed back, let me show you what I mean in code:

import android.util.Log;
public class HomeButtonActivity extends Activity {
    boolean homePressed = false;
    // override onCreate() here.

    @Override
    public void onBackPressed() {
        homePressed = false; // simply set homePressed to false
    }

    @Overide
    public void onResume() {
        super.onResume();
        homePressed = true; // default: other wise onBackPressed will set it to false
    }

    @Override
    public void onPause() {
        super.onPause();
        if(homePressed) { Log.i("homePressed", "yay"); }
    }

So the reason why this worked is because the only way to navigate outside this activity is by pressing back or home so if back was pressed then i know the cause wasn't home, but otherwise the cause was home, therefore i set the default boolean value for homePressed to be true. However this will only work with a single activity instance in your application because otherwise you have more possibilities to cause the onPause() method to be called.

How do I rotate a picture in WinForms

You can easily do it by calling this method :

public static Bitmap RotateImage(Image image, float angle)
{
    if (image == null)
        throw new ArgumentNullException("image");

    PointF offset = new PointF((float)image.Width / 2, (float)image.Height / 2);

    //create a new empty bitmap to hold rotated image
    Bitmap rotatedBmp = new Bitmap(image.Width, image.Height);
    rotatedBmp.SetResolution(image.HorizontalResolution, image.VerticalResolution);

    //make a graphics object from the empty bitmap
    Graphics g = Graphics.FromImage(rotatedBmp);

    //Put the rotation point in the center of the image
    g.TranslateTransform(offset.X, offset.Y);

    //rotate the image
    g.RotateTransform(angle);

    //move the image back
    g.TranslateTransform(-offset.X, -offset.Y);

    //draw passed in image onto graphics object
    g.DrawImage(image, new PointF(0, 0));

    return rotatedBmp;
}

don't forget to add a reference to System.Drawing.dll on your project

Example of this method call :

Image image = new Bitmap("waves.png");
Image newImage = RotateImage(image, 360);
newImage.Save("newWaves.png");

How do I find the MySQL my.cnf location

Another option is to use the whereis command.

E.g. whereis my.cnf

What is the difference between MVC and MVVM?

I used to think that MVC and MVVM are the same. Now because of the existence of Flux I can tell the difference:

In MVC, for each view in your app, you have a model and a controller, so I would call it view, view model, view controller. The pattern does not tell you how one view can communicate with another. Therefore, in different frameworks there are different implementations for that. For example there are implementations where controllers talk to each other whereas in other implementations there's another component that mediates between them. There are even implementations in which the view models communicate with each other, which is a break of the MVC pattern because the view model should only be accessed by the view controller.

In MVVM, you also have a view model for each component. The pattern does not specify how the heck the view should influence the view model, so usually most frameworks just include controller's functionality in the view model. However, MVVM does tell you that your view model's data should come from the model, which is the entire model that's not aware or custom to a specific view.

To demonstrate the difference, let's take Flux pattern. Flux pattern tells how different views in the app should communicate. Each view listens to a store and fires actions using the dispatcher. The dispatcher in turn tells all the stores about the action that was just made, and the stores update themselves. A store in Flux corresponds to the (general) model in MVVM. it's not custom to any specific view. So usually when people use React and Flux, each React component actually implements the MVVM pattern. When an action occurs, the view model calls the dispatcher, and finally it's getting updated according to the changes in the store, which is the model. You can't say that each component implements MVC because in MVC only the controller can update the view model. So MVVM can work with Flux together (MVVM handles the communication between the view and the view model, and Flux handles the communication between different views), whereas MVC can't work with Flux without breaking a key principle.

How to define a relative path in java

 public static void main(String[] args) {
        Properties prop = new Properties();
        InputStream input = null;
        try {
            File f=new File("config.properties");
            input = new FileInputStream(f.getPath());
            prop.load(input);
            System.out.println(prop.getProperty("name"));
        } catch (IOException ex) {
            ex.printStackTrace();
        } finally {
            if (input != null) {
                try {
                    input.close();
                } catch (IOException e) {
                    e.printStackTrace();
                }
            }
        }

    }

You can also use
Path path1 =FileSystems.getDefault().getPath(System.getProperty("user.home"), "downloads", "somefile.txt");

Best HTML5 markup for sidebar

First of all ASIDE is to be used only to denote related content to main content, not for a generic sidebar. Second, one aside for each sidebar only

You will have only one aside for each sidebar. Elements of a sidebar are divs or sections inside a aside.

I would go with Option 1: Aside with sections

<aside id="sidebar">
    <section id="widget_1"></section>
    <section id="widget_2"></section>
    <section id="widget_3"></section>
</aside>

Here is the spec https://developer.mozilla.org/en-US/docs/Web/HTML/Element/aside

Again use section only if they have a header or footer in them, otherwise use a plain div.

How do I add a library path in cmake?

The simplest way of doing this would be to add

include_directories(${CMAKE_SOURCE_DIR}/inc)
link_directories(${CMAKE_SOURCE_DIR}/lib)

add_executable(foo ${FOO_SRCS})
target_link_libraries(foo bar) # libbar.so is found in ${CMAKE_SOURCE_DIR}/lib

The modern CMake version that doesn't add the -I and -L flags to every compiler invocation would be to use imported libraries:

add_library(bar SHARED IMPORTED) # or STATIC instead of SHARED
set_target_properties(bar PROPERTIES
  IMPORTED_LOCATION "${CMAKE_SOURCE_DIR}/lib/libbar.so"
  INTERFACE_INCLUDE_DIRECTORIES "${CMAKE_SOURCE_DIR}/include/libbar"
)

set(FOO_SRCS "foo.cpp")
add_executable(foo ${FOO_SRCS})
target_link_libraries(foo bar) # also adds the required include path

If setting the INTERFACE_INCLUDE_DIRECTORIES doesn't add the path, older versions of CMake also allow you to use target_include_directories(bar PUBLIC /path/to/include). However, this no longer works with CMake 3.6 or newer.

How to secure database passwords in PHP?

If you are using PostgreSQL, then it looks in ~/.pgpass for passwords automatically. See the manual for more information.

Way to *ngFor loop defined number of times instead of repeating over array?

Within your component, you can define an array of number (ES6) as described below:

export class SampleComponent {
  constructor() {
    this.numbers = Array(5).fill(0).map((x,i)=>i);
  }
}

See this link for the array creation: Tersest way to create an array of integers from 1..20 in JavaScript.

You can then iterate over this array with ngFor:

@View({
  template: `
    <ul>
      <li *ngFor="let number of numbers">{{number}}</li>
    </ul>
  `
})
export class SampleComponent {
  (...)
}

Or shortly:

@View({
  template: `
    <ul>
      <li *ngFor="let number of [0,1,2,3,4]">{{number}}</li>
    </ul>
  `
})
export class SampleComponent {
  (...)
}

Hope it helps you, Thierry

Edit: Fixed the fill statement and template syntax.

How to make a transparent border using CSS?

Using the :before pseudo-element,
CSS3's border-radius,
and some transparency is quite easy:

LIVE DEMO

enter image description here

<div class="circle"></div>

CSS:

.circle, .circle:before{
  position:absolute;
  border-radius:150px;  
}
.circle{  
  width:200px;
  height:200px;
  z-index:0;
  margin:11%;
  padding:40px;
  background: hsla(0, 100%, 100%, 0.6);   
}
.circle:before{
  content:'';
  display:block;
  z-index:-1;  
  width:200px;
  height:200px;

  padding:44px;
  border: 6px solid hsla(0, 100%, 100%, 0.6);
  /* 4px more padding + 6px border = 10 so... */  
  top:-10px;
  left:-10px; 
}

The :before attaches to our .circle another element which you only need to make (ok, block, absolute, etc...) transparent and play with the border opacity.

How can I find the method that called the current method?

Take a look at Logging method name in .NET. Beware of using it in production code. StackFrame may not be reliable...

Where do you include the jQuery library from? Google JSAPI? CDN?

In head:

  (function() {
    var jsapi = document.createElement('script'); jsapi.type = 'text/javascript'; jsapi.async = true;
    jsapi.src = ('https:' == document.location.protocol ? 'https://' : 'http://') + 'www.google.com/jsapi?key=YOUR KEY';
    (document.getElementsByTagName('head')[0] || document.getElementsByTagName('head')[0]).appendChild(jsapi);
  })();

End of Body:

<script type="text/javascript">
google.load("jquery", "version");
</script>

angular-cli server - how to specify default port

For @angular/cli v6.2.1

The project configuration file angular.json is able to handle multiple projects (workspaces) which can be individually served.

ng config projects.my-test-project.targets.serve.options.port 4201

Where the my-test-project part is the project name what you set with the ng new command just like here:

$ ng new my-test-project
$ cd my-test-project
$ ng config projects.my-test-project.targets.serve.options.port 4201
$ ng serve
** Angular Live Development Server is listening on localhost:4201, open your browser on http://localhost:4201/ **

Legacy:

I usually use the ng set command to change the Angular CLI settings for project level.

ng set defaults.serve.port=4201

It changes change your .angular.cli.json and adds the port settings as it mentioned earlier.

After this change you can use simply ng serve and it going to use the prefered port without the need of specifying it every time.

Calling a javascript function in another js file

You could consider using the es6 import export syntax. In file 1;

export function f1() {...}

And then in file 2;

import { f1 } from "./file1.js";
f1();

Please note that this only works if you're using <script src="./file2.js" type="module">

You will not need two script tags if you do it this way. You simply need the main script, and you can import all your other stuff there.

Can you change what a symlink points to after it is created?

Yes, you can!

$ ln -sfn source_file_or_directory_name softlink_name

PHP Configuration: It is not safe to rely on the system's timezone settings

Check for syntax errors in the php.ini file, specially before the Date paramaters, that prevent the file from being parsed correctly.

enumerate() for dictionary in python

That sure must seem confusing. So this is what is going on. The first value of enumerate (in this case i) returns the next index value starting at 0 so 0, 1, 2, 3, ... It will always return these numbers regardless of what is in the dictionary. The second value of enumerate (in this case j) is returning the values in your dictionary/enumm (we call it a dictionary in Python). What you really want to do is what roadrunner66 responded with.

gdb: how to print the current line or find the current line number?

All the answers above are correct, What I prefer is to use tui mode (ctrl+X A or 'tui enable') which shows your location and the function in a separate window which is very helpful for the users. Hope that helps too.

Set up git to pull and push all branches

If you are moving all branches to a new repo from an old one then in your local repo you need to set up tracking of each branch to existing origin branches, before pushing to the new repo, otherwise all your origin branches won’t appear in the new origin. Do this manually by tracking or checking out each branch, or use the one liner:

for remote in `git branch -r | grep -v '\->' | grep -v master`; do git branch --track `echo $remote|sed 's=origin/=='` `echo $remote`; done

This one line command is based on versions of it in other answers on this page, but is arguably better because:

  1. it correctly sets up the branch tracking, unlike some older variants of this command on this page which only supply one parameter to --track and thus each branch ends up tracking master - not good
  2. names the local branches without the prefix “origin/” which I personally don’t want - and is consistent with what happens when you checkout a branch normally.
  3. skips tracking master since that is already happening
  4. doesn’t actually checkout anything thus is fast
  5. avoids stumbling over the -> in the output of git branch -r

Next, if you are switching origins, replace the link to the old origin and point to a new remote. Ensure you create the new remote first, using bitbucket/github GUI, but don’t add any files to it or there will be a merge problem. E.g.

git remote set-url origin [email protected]:YOUR/SOMEREPO.git

Now push. Note the second command is needed to push the tags as well:

git push -u --all origin
git push --tags origin

Git merge reports "Already up-to-date" though there is a difference

A merge is always between the current HEAD and one or more commits (usually, branch head or tag),
and the index file must match the tree of HEAD commit (i.e. the contents of the last commit) when it starts out.
In other words, git diff --cached HEAD must report no changes.

The merged commit is already contained in HEAD. This is the simplest case, called "Already up-to-date."

That should mean the commits in test are already merged in master, but since other commits are done on master, git diff test would still give some differences.

Parsing jQuery AJAX response

Since you are using $.ajax, and not $.getJSON, your return type is plain text. you need to now convert data into a JSON object.

you can either do this by changing your $.ajax to $.getJSON (which is a shorthand for $.ajax, only preconfigured to fetch json).

Or you can parse the data string into JSON after you receive it, like so:

    success: function (data) {
         var obj = $.parseJSON(data);
         console.log(obj);
    },

List changes unexpectedly after assignment. How do I clone or copy it to prevent this?

All of the other contributors gave great answers, which work when you have a single dimension (leveled) list, however of the methods mentioned so far, only copy.deepcopy() works to clone/copy a list and not have it point to the nested list objects when you are working with multidimensional, nested lists (list of lists). While Felix Kling refers to it in his answer, there is a little bit more to the issue and possibly a workaround using built-ins that might prove a faster alternative to deepcopy.

While new_list = old_list[:], copy.copy(old_list)' and for Py3k old_list.copy() work for single-leveled lists, they revert to pointing at the list objects nested within the old_list and the new_list, and changes to one of the list objects are perpetuated in the other.

Edit: New information brought to light

As was pointed out by both Aaron Hall and PM 2Ring using eval() is not only a bad idea, it is also much slower than copy.deepcopy().

This means that for multidimensional lists, the only option is copy.deepcopy(). With that being said, it really isn't an option as the performance goes way south when you try to use it on a moderately sized multidimensional array. I tried to timeit using a 42x42 array, not unheard of or even that large for bioinformatics applications, and I gave up on waiting for a response and just started typing my edit to this post.

It would seem that the only real option then is to initialize multiple lists and work on them independently. If anyone has any other suggestions, for how to handle multidimensional list copying, it would be appreciated.

As others have stated, there are significant performance issues using the copy module and copy.deepcopy for multidimensional lists.

What is the Angular equivalent to an AngularJS $watch?

This does not answer the question directly, but I have on different occasions landed on this Stack Overflow question in order to solve something I would use $watch for in angularJs. I ended up using another approach than described in the current answers, and want to share it in case someone finds it useful.

The technique I use to achieve something similar $watch is to use a BehaviorSubject (more on the topic here) in an Angular service, and let my components subscribe to it in order to get (watch) the changes. This is similar to a $watch in angularJs, but require some more setup and understanding.

In my component:

export class HelloComponent {
  name: string;
  // inject our service, which holds the object we want to watch.
  constructor(private helloService: HelloService){
    // Here I am "watching" for changes by subscribing
    this.helloService.getGreeting().subscribe( greeting => {
      this.name = greeting.value;
    });
  }
}

In my service

export class HelloService {
  private helloSubject = new BehaviorSubject<{value: string}>({value: 'hello'});
  constructor(){}
  // similar to using $watch, in order to get updates of our object 
  getGreeting(): Observable<{value:string}> {
    return this.helloSubject;
  }
  // Each time this method is called, each subscriber will receive the updated greeting.
  setGreeting(greeting: string) {
    this.helloSubject.next({value: greeting});
  }
}

Here is a demo on Stackblitz

What is the difference between json.load() and json.loads() functions

The json.load() method (without "s" in "load") can read a file directly:

import json
with open('strings.json') as f:
    d = json.load(f)
    print(d)

json.loads() method, which is used for string arguments only.

import json

person = '{"name": "Bob", "languages": ["English", "Fench"]}'
print(type(person))
# Output : <type 'str'>

person_dict = json.loads(person)
print( person_dict)
# Output: {'name': 'Bob', 'languages': ['English', 'Fench']}

print(type(person_dict))
# Output : <type 'dict'>

Here , we can see after using loads() takes a string ( type(str) ) as a input and return dictionary.

Set a variable if undefined in JavaScript

ES2020 Answer

With the Nullish Coalescing Operator, you can set a default value if value is null or undefined.

const setVariable = localStorage.getItem('value') ?? 0;

However, you should be aware that the nullish coalescing operator does not return the default value for other types of falsy value such as 0 and ''.

Do take note that browser support for the operator is limited. According to the data from caniuse, only 48.34% of browsers are supported (as of April 2020). Node.js support was added in version 14.

Remove NA values from a vector

You can call max(vector, na.rm = TRUE). More generally, you can use the na.omit() function.

Egit rejected non-fast-forward

Open git view :

1- select your project and choose merge 2- Select remote tracking 3- click ok

Git will merge the remote branch with local repository

4- then push

Making view resize to its parent when added with addSubview

If you aren’t using Auto Layout, have you tried setting the child view’s autoresize mask? Try this:

myChildeView.autoresizingMask = (UIViewAutoresizingFlexibleWidth |
                                 UIViewAutoresizingFlexibleHeight);

Also, you may need to call

myParentView.autoresizesSubviews = YES;

to get the parent view to resize its subviews automatically when its frame changes.

If you’re still seeing the child view drawing outside of the parent view’s frame, there’s a good chance that the parent view is not clipping its contents. To fix that, call

myParentView.clipsToBounds = YES;

How can I kill whatever process is using port 8080 so that I can vagrant up?

In case above-accepted answer did not work, try below solution. You can use it for port 8080 or for any other ports.

sudo lsof -i tcp:3000 

Replace 3000 with whichever port you want. Run below command to kill that process.

sudo kill -9 PID

PID is process ID you want to kill.

Below is the output of commands on mac Terminal.

Command output

phpMyAdmin ERROR: mysqli_real_connect(): (HY000/1045): Access denied for user 'pma'@'localhost' (using password: NO)

My default 3306 port was in use, so Ive changed it to 8111, then I had this error. Ive fixed it by adding

$cfg['Servers'][$i]['port'] = '8111';

into config.inc.php . If you are using different port number then set yours.

How do I keep jQuery UI Accordion collapsed by default?

Add the active: false option (documentation)..

$("#accordion").accordion({ header: "h3", collapsible: true, active: false });

Can we call the function written in one JavaScript in another JS file?

The function could be called as if it was in the same JS File as long as the file containing the definition of the function has been loaded before the first use of the function.

I.e.

File1.js

function alertNumber(number) {
    alert(number);
}

File2.js

function alertOne() {
     alertNumber("one");
}

HTML

<head>
....
    <script src="File1.js" type="text/javascript"></script> 
    <script src="File2.js" type="text/javascript"></script> 
....
</head>
<body>
....
    <script type="text/javascript">
       alertOne();
    </script>
....
</body>

The other way won't work. As correctly pointed out by Stuart Wakefield. The other way will also work.

HTML

<head>
....
    <script src="File2.js" type="text/javascript"></script> 
    <script src="File1.js" type="text/javascript"></script> 
....
</head>
<body>
....
    <script type="text/javascript">
       alertOne();
    </script>
....
</body>

What will not work would be:

HTML

<head>
....
    <script src="File2.js" type="text/javascript"></script> 
    <script type="text/javascript">
       alertOne();
    </script>
    <script src="File1.js" type="text/javascript"></script> 
....
</head>
<body>
....
</body>

Although alertOne is defined when calling it, internally it uses a function that is still not defined (alertNumber).

java.lang.IllegalStateException: Only fullscreen opaque activities can request orientation

If you haven't resolved your problem just register the ad activity in the manifest like this:

<activity
android:name="com.google.android.gms.ads.AdActivity"
android:theme="@android:style/Theme.NoTitleBar.Fullscreen"
tools:replace="android:theme"
 />

You also need to update to the latest version of the sdk.

Why should we typedef a struct so often in C?

From an old article by Dan Saks (http://www.ddj.com/cpp/184403396?pgno=3):


The C language rules for naming structs are a little eccentric, but they're pretty harmless. However, when extended to classes in C++, those same rules open little cracks for bugs to crawl through.

In C, the name s appearing in

struct s
    {
    ...
    };

is a tag. A tag name is not a type name. Given the definition above, declarations such as

s x;    /* error in C */
s *p;   /* error in C */

are errors in C. You must write them as

struct s x;     /* OK */
struct s *p;    /* OK */

The names of unions and enumerations are also tags rather than types.

In C, tags are distinct from all other names (for functions, types, variables, and enumeration constants). C compilers maintain tags in a symbol table that's conceptually if not physically separate from the table that holds all other names. Thus, it is possible for a C program to have both a tag and an another name with the same spelling in the same scope. For example,

struct s s;

is a valid declaration which declares variable s of type struct s. It may not be good practice, but C compilers must accept it. I have never seen a rationale for why C was designed this way. I have always thought it was a mistake, but there it is.

Many programmers (including yours truly) prefer to think of struct names as type names, so they define an alias for the tag using a typedef. For example, defining

struct s
    {
    ...
    };
typedef struct s S;

lets you use S in place of struct s, as in

S x;
S *p;

A program cannot use S as the name of both a type and a variable (or function or enumeration constant):

S S;    // error

This is good.

The tag name in a struct, union, or enum definition is optional. Many programmers fold the struct definition into the typedef and dispense with the tag altogether, as in:

typedef struct
    {
    ...
    } S;

The linked article also has a discussion about how the C++ behavior of not requireing a typedef can cause subtle name hiding problems. To prevent these problems, it's a good idea to typedef your classes and structs in C++, too, even though at first glance it appears to be unnecessary. In C++, with the typedef the name hiding become an error that the compiler tells you about rather than a hidden source of potential problems.

ActiveMQ or RabbitMQ or ZeroMQ or

There is a comparison of the features and performance of RabbitMQ ActiveMQ and QPID given at
http://bhavin.directi.com/rabbitmq-vs-apache-activemq-vs-apache-qpid/

Personally I have tried all the above three. RabbitMQ is the best performance wise according to me, but it does not have failover and recovery options. ActiveMQ has the most features, but is slower.

Update : HornetQ is also an option you can look into, it is JMS Complaint, a better option than ActiveMQ if you are looking for a JMS based solution.

No signing certificate "iOS Distribution" found

Tried the above solutions with no luck ... restarted my mac solved the issue...

String is immutable. What exactly is the meaning?

Only the reference is changing. First a was referencing to the string "a", and later you changed it to "ty". The string "a" remains the same.

How do I use 'git reset --hard HEAD' to revert to a previous commit?

WARNING: git clean -f will remove untracked files, meaning they're gone for good since they aren't stored in the repository. Make sure you really want to remove all untracked files before doing this.


Try this and see git clean -f.

git reset --hard will not remove untracked files, where as git-clean will remove any files from the tracked root directory that are not under Git tracking.

Alternatively, as @Paul Betts said, you can do this (beware though - that removes all ignored files too)

  • git clean -df
  • git clean -xdf CAUTION! This will also delete ignored files

Write lines of text to a file in R

Actually you can do it with sink():

sink("outfile.txt")
cat("hello")
cat("\n")
cat("world")
sink()

hence do:

file.show("outfile.txt")
# hello
# world

Add Favicon to Website

  1. This is not done in PHP. It's part of the <head> tags in a HTML page.
  2. That icon is called a favicon. According to Wikipedia:

    A favicon (short for favorites icon), also known as a shortcut icon, website icon, URL icon, or bookmark icon is a 16×16 or 32×32 pixel square icon associated with a particular website or webpage.

  3. Adding it is easy. Just add an .ico image file that is either 16x16 pixels or 32x32 pixels. Then, in the web pages, add <link rel="shortcut icon" href="favicon.ico" type="image/x-icon"> to the <head> element.
  4. You can easily generate favicons here.

How to write a link like <a href="#id"> which link to the same page in PHP?

Edit:

Are you trying to do sth like this? See: http://twitter.github.com/bootstrap/javascript.html#tabs


See the working example: http://jsfiddle.net/U6aKT/

<a href="#id">go to id</a>
<div style="margin-top:2000px;"></div>
<a id="id">id</a>

if block inside echo statement?

You will want to use the a ternary operator which acts as a shortened IF/Else statement:

echo '<option value="'.$value.'" '.(($value=='United States')?'selected="selected"':"").'>'.$value.'</option>';

Order data frame rows according to vector with specific order

We can adjust the factor levels based on target and use it in arrange

library(dplyr)
df %>% arrange(factor(name, levels = target))

#  name value
#1    b  TRUE
#2    c FALSE
#3    a  TRUE
#4    d FALSE

Or order it and use it in slice

df %>% slice(order(factor(name, levels = target)))

Passing data through intent using Serializable

This code may help you:

public class EN implements Serializable {
//... you don't need implement any methods when you implements Serializable
}

Putting data. Create new Activity with extra:

EN enumb = new EN();
Intent intent = new Intent(getActivity(), NewActivity.class);
intent.putExtra("en", enumb); //second param is Serializable
startActivity(intent);

Obtaining data from new activity:

public class NewActivity extends Activity {

    private EN en;
    @Override
    public void onCreate(Bundle savedInstanceState) {
        try {
            super.onCreate(savedInstanceState);

            Bundle extras = getIntent().getExtras();
            if (extras != null) {
                en = (EN)getIntent().getSerializableExtra("en"); //Obtaining data 
            }
//...

How to convert a JSON string to a Map<String, String> with Jackson JSON

[Update Sept 2020] Although my original answer here, from many years ago, seems to be helpful and is still getting upvotes, I now use the GSON library from Google, which I find to be more intuitive.

I've got the following code:

public void testJackson() throws IOException {  
    ObjectMapper mapper = new ObjectMapper(); 
    File from = new File("albumnList.txt"); 
    TypeReference<HashMap<String,Object>> typeRef 
            = new TypeReference<HashMap<String,Object>>() {};

    HashMap<String,Object> o = mapper.readValue(from, typeRef); 
    System.out.println("Got " + o); 
}   

It's reading from a file, but mapper.readValue() will also accept an InputStream and you can obtain an InputStream from a string by using the following:

new ByteArrayInputStream(astring.getBytes("UTF-8")); 

There's a bit more explanation about the mapper on my blog.

Javascript get Object property Name

Like the other answers you can do theTypeIs = Object.keys(myVar)[0]; to get the first key. If you are expecting more keys, you can use

Object.keys(myVar).forEach(function(k) {
    if(k === "typeA") {
        // do stuff
    }
    else if (k === "typeB") {
        // do more stuff
    }
    else {
        // do something
    }
});

How to set header and options in axios?

This is a simple example of a configuration with headers and responseType:

var config = {
  headers: { 'Content-Type': 'application/x-www-form-urlencoded' },
  responseType: 'blob'
};

axios.post('http://YOUR_URL', this.data, config)
  .then((response) => {
  console.log(response.data);
});

Content-Type can be 'application/x-www-form-urlencoded' or 'application/json' and it may work also 'application/json;charset=utf-8'

responseType can be 'arraybuffer', 'blob', 'document', 'json', 'text', 'stream'

In this example, this.data is the data you want to send. It can be a value or an Array. (If you want to send an object you'll probably have to serialize it)

ASP.NET 4.5 has not been registered on the Web server

The .net framework overwrites 4.0 folder so run this command:

Register .net framework to IIS goto
Start -> run-> cmd -> run as administrator type:

cd C:\Windows\Microsoft.NET\Framework\v4.0.30319
aspnet_regiis.exe -i

How do I change the figure size with subplots?

Alternatively, create a figure() object using the figsize argument and then use add_subplot to add your subplots. E.g.

import matplotlib.pyplot as plt
import numpy as np

f = plt.figure(figsize=(10,3))
ax = f.add_subplot(121)
ax2 = f.add_subplot(122)
x = np.linspace(0,4,1000)
ax.plot(x, np.sin(x))
ax2.plot(x, np.cos(x), 'r:')

Simple Example

Benefits of this method are that the syntax is closer to calls of subplot() instead of subplots(). E.g. subplots doesn't seem to support using a GridSpec for controlling the spacing of the subplots, but both subplot() and add_subplot() do.

Git - remote: Repository not found

I'm facing same issue and resolving through

git add .

git commit -m "message"

git remote set-url origin https://[email protected]/aceofwings/RotairERP.git

then

git pull

Easy way to convert Iterable to Collection

With Guava you can use Lists.newArrayList(Iterable) or Sets.newHashSet(Iterable), among other similar methods. This will of course copy all the elements in to memory. If that isn't acceptable, I think your code that works with these ought to take Iterable rather than Collection. Guava also happens to provide convenient methods for doing things you can do on a Collection using an Iterable (such as Iterables.isEmpty(Iterable) or Iterables.contains(Iterable, Object)), but the performance implications are more obvious.

Pandas: Looking up the list of sheets in an excel file

Building on @dhwanil_shah 's answer, you do not need to extract the whole file. With zf.open it is possible to read from a zipped file directly.

import xml.etree.ElementTree as ET
import zipfile

def xlsxSheets(f):
    zf = zipfile.ZipFile(f)

    f = zf.open(r'xl/workbook.xml')

    l = f.readline()
    l = f.readline()
    root = ET.fromstring(l)
    sheets=[]
    for c in root.findall('{http://schemas.openxmlformats.org/spreadsheetml/2006/main}sheets/*'):
        sheets.append(c.attrib['name'])
    return sheets

The two consecutive readlines are ugly, but the content is only in the second line of the text. No need to parse the whole file.

This solution seems to be much faster than the read_excel version, and most likely also faster than the full extract version.

Send response to all clients except sender

I am using namespaces and rooms - I found

socket.broadcast.to('room1').emit('event', 'hi');

to work where

namespace.broadcast.to('room1').emit('event', 'hi');

did not

(should anyone else face that problem)

Abstract class in Java

An abstract class is one that isn't fully implemented but provides something of a blueprint for subclasses. It may be partially implemented in that it contains fully-defined concrete methods, but it can also hold abstract methods. These are methods with a signature but no method body. Any subclass must define a body for each abstract method, otherwise it too must be declared abstract. Because abstract classes cannot be instantiated, they must be extended by at least one subclass in order to be utilized. Think of the abstract class as the generic class, and the subclasses are there to fill in the missing information.

How to get Locale from its String representation in Java?

If you are using Spring framework in your project you can also use:

org.springframework.util.StringUtils.parseLocaleString("en_US");

Documentation:

Parse the given String representation into a Locale

A server with the specified hostname could not be found

In Xcode, select Target -> Capabilities, and check "Outgoing Connections (Client)" to enable App Sandbox.

How to Get a Sublist in C#

Your collection class could have a method that returns a collection (a sublist) based on criteria passed in to define the filter. Build a new collection with the foreach loop and pass it out.

Or, have the method and loop modify the existing collection by setting a "filtered" or "active" flag (property). This one could work but could also cause poblems in multithreaded code. If other objects deped on the contents of the collection this is either good or bad depending of how you use the data.

How to change the project in GCP using CLI commands

You can try: gcloud config set project [project_id]

filtering NSArray into a new NSArray in Objective-C

There are loads of ways to do this, but by far the neatest is surely using [NSPredicate predicateWithBlock:]:

NSArray *filteredArray = [array filteredArrayUsingPredicate:[NSPredicate predicateWithBlock:^BOOL(id object, NSDictionary *bindings) {
    return [object shouldIKeepYou];  // Return YES for each object you want in filteredArray.
}]];

I think that's about as concise as it gets.


Swift:

For those working with NSArrays in Swift, you may prefer this even more concise version:

let filteredArray = array.filter { $0.shouldIKeepYou() }

filter is just a method on Array (NSArray is implicitly bridged to Swift’s Array). It takes one argument: a closure that takes one object in the array and returns a Bool. In your closure, just return true for any objects you want in the filtered array.

Hide axis and gridlines Highcharts

This has always worked well for me:

yAxes: [{
         ticks: {
                 display: false;
                },

Dynamically add child components in React

Sharing my solution here, based on Chris' answer. Hope it can help others.

I needed to dynamically append child elements into my JSX, but in a simpler way than conditional checks in my return statement. I want to show a loader in the case that the child elements aren't ready yet. Here it is:

export class Settings extends React.PureComponent {
  render() {
    const loading = (<div>I'm Loading</div>);
    let content = [];
    let pushMessages = null;
    let emailMessages = null;

    if (this.props.pushPreferences) {
       pushMessages = (<div>Push Content Here</div>);
    }
    if (this.props.emailPreferences) {
      emailMessages = (<div>Email Content Here</div>);
    }

    // Push the components in the order I want
    if (emailMessages) content.push(emailMessages);
    if (pushMessages) content.push(pushMessages);

    return (
      <div>
        {content.length ? content : loading}
      </div>
    )
}

Now, I do realize I could also just put {pushMessages} and {emailMessages} directly in my return() below, but assuming I had even more conditional content, my return() would just look cluttered.

Checking if a website is up via Python

from urllib.request import Request, urlopen
from urllib.error import URLError, HTTPError
req = Request("http://stackoverflow.com")
try:
    response = urlopen(req)
except HTTPError as e:
    print('The server couldn\'t fulfill the request.')
    print('Error code: ', e.code)
except URLError as e:
    print('We failed to reach a server.')
    print('Reason: ', e.reason)
else:
    print ('Website is working fine')

Works on Python 3

RequestDispatcher.forward() vs HttpServletResponse.sendRedirect()

The RequestDispatcher interface allows you to do a server side forward/include whereas sendRedirect() does a client side redirect. In a client side redirect, the server will send back an HTTP status code of 302 (temporary redirect) which causes the web browser to issue a brand new HTTP GET request for the content at the redirected location. In contrast, when using the RequestDispatcher interface, the include/forward to the new resource is handled entirely on the server side.

Git keeps asking me for my ssh key passphrase

Another possible solution that is not mentioned above is to check your remote with the following command:

git remote -v

If the remote does not start with git but starts with https you might want to change it to git by following the example below.

git remote -v // origin is https://github.com/user/myrepo.git
git remote set-url origin [email protected]:user/myrepo.git
git remote -v // check if remote is changed

SQL Group By with an Order By

In Oracle, something like this works nicely to separate your counting and ordering a little better. I'm not sure if it will work in MySql 4.

select 'Tag', counts.cnt
from
  (
  select count(*) as cnt, 'Tag'
  from 'images-tags'
  group by 'tag'
  ) counts
order by counts.cnt desc

Warning: mysqli_query() expects parameter 1 to be mysqli, resource given

You are mixing mysqli and mysql extensions, which will not work.

You need to use

$myConnection= mysqli_connect("$db_host","$db_username","$db_pass") or die ("could not connect to mysql"); 

mysqli_select_db($myConnection, "mrmagicadam") or die ("no database");   

mysqli has many improvements over the original mysql extension, so it is recommended that you use mysqli.