Programs & Examples On #Openocd

OpenOCD stands for Open On Chip Debugger and is a program used to debug embedded platforms, mostly via JTAG.

@angular/material/index.d.ts' is not a module

Do npm i -g @angular/material --save to solve the problem

How to create dictionary and add key–value pairs dynamically?

An improvement on var dict = {} is to use var dict = Object.create(null).

This will create an empty object that does not have Object.prototype as it's prototype.

var dict1 = {};
if (dict1["toString"]){
    console.log("Hey, I didn't put that there!")
}
var dict2 = Object.create(null);
if (dict2["toString"]){
    console.log("This line won't run :)")
}

How to upsert (update or insert) in SQL Server 2005

Here is a useful article by Michael J. Swart on the matter, which covers different patterns and antipatterns for implementing UPSERT in SQL Server:
https://michaeljswart.com/2017/07/sql-server-upsert-patterns-and-antipatterns/

It addresses associated concurrency issues (primary key violations, deadlocks) - all of the answers provided here yet are considered antipatterns in the article (except for the @Bridge solution using triggers, which is not covered there).

Here is an extract from the article with the solution preferred by the author:

Inside a serializable transaction with lock hints:

CREATE PROCEDURE s_AccountDetails_Upsert ( @Email nvarchar(4000), @Etc nvarchar(max) )
AS 
  SET TRANSACTION ISOLATION LEVEL SERIALIZABLE;
  BEGIN TRAN

    IF EXISTS ( SELECT * FROM dbo.AccountDetails WITH (UPDLOCK) WHERE Email = @Email )

      UPDATE dbo.AccountDetails
         SET Etc = @Etc
       WHERE Email = @Email;

    ELSE 

      INSERT dbo.AccountDetails ( Email, Etc )
      VALUES ( @Email, @Etc );

  COMMIT

There is also related question with answers here on stackoverflow: Insert Update stored proc on SQL Server

Check if file is already open

Hi I really hope this helps.

I tried all the options before and none really work on Windows. The only think that helped me accomplish this was trying to move the file. Event to the same place under an ATOMIC_MOVE. If the file is being written by another program or Java thread, this definitely will produce an Exception.

 try{

      Files.move(Paths.get(currentFile.getPath()), 
               Paths.get(currentFile.getPath()), StandardCopyOption.ATOMIC_MOVE);

      // DO YOUR STUFF HERE SINCE IT IS NOT BEING WRITTEN BY ANOTHER PROGRAM

 } catch (Exception e){

      // DO NOT WRITE THEN SINCE THE FILE IS BEING WRITTEN BY ANOTHER PROGRAM

 }

Calculate difference between 2 date / times in Oracle SQL

You can substract dates in Oracle. This will give you the difference in days. Multiply by 24 to get hours, and so on.

SQL> select oldest - creation from my_table;

If your date is stored as character data, you have to convert it to a date type first.

SQL> select 24 * (to_date('2009-07-07 22:00', 'YYYY-MM-DD hh24:mi') 
             - to_date('2009-07-07 19:30', 'YYYY-MM-DD hh24:mi')) diff_hours 
       from dual;

DIFF_HOURS
----------
       2.5

Note:

This answer applies to dates represented by the Oracle data type DATE. Oracle also has a data type TIMESTAMP, which can also represent a date (with time). If you subtract TIMESTAMP values, you get an INTERVAL; to extract numeric values, use the EXTRACT function.

How to activate the Bootstrap modal-backdrop?

Pretty strange, it should work out of the box as the ".modal-backdrop" class is defined top-level in the css.

<div class="modal-backdrop"></div>

Made a small demo: http://jsfiddle.net/PfBnq/

Tomcat is not deploying my web project from Eclipse

I had the same problem. I fixed it by makinbg the following entry in org.eclipse.wst.common.project.facet.core.xml

<runtime name="Apache Tomcat v7.0" />

Now this complete file looks like -

<?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8"?>
<faceted-project>
    <runtime name="Apache Tomcat v7.0" />
    <fixed facet="wst.jsdt.web" />
    <installed facet="java" version="1.5" />
    <installed facet="jst.web" version="2.3" />
    <installed facet="wst.jsdt.web" version="1.0" />
</faceted-project>

SimpleDateFormat parsing date with 'Z' literal

In the pattern, the inclusion of a 'z' date-time component indicates that timezone format needs to conform to the General time zone "standard", examples of which are Pacific Standard Time; PST; GMT-08:00.

A 'Z' indicates that the timezone conforms to the RFC 822 time zone standard, e.g. -0800.

I think you need a DatatypeConverter ...

@Test
public void testTimezoneIsGreenwichMeanTime() throws ParseException {
    final Calendar calendar = javax.xml.bind.DatatypeConverter.parseDateTime("2010-04-05T17:16:00Z");
    TestCase.assertEquals("gotten timezone", "GMT+00:00", calendar.getTimeZone().getID());
}

How to implement history.back() in angular.js

You need to use a link function in your directive:

link: function(scope, element, attrs) {
     element.on('click', function() {
         $window.history.back();
     });
 }

See jsFiddle.

In AVD emulator how to see sdcard folder? and Install apk to AVD?

These days the location of the emulated SD card is at /storage/emulated/0

How would I create a UIAlertView in Swift?

Here is a pretty simple function of AlertView in Swift :

class func globalAlertYesNo(msg: String) {
        let alertView = UNAlertView(title: "Title", message: msg)

        alertView.messageAlignment = NSTextAlignment.Center
        alertView.buttonAlignment  = UNButtonAlignment.Horizontal

        alertView.addButton("Yes", action: {

            print("Yes action")

        })

        alertView.addButton("No", action: {

            print("No action")

        })

        alertView.show()

    }

You have to pass message as a String where you use this function.

The HTTP request is unauthorized with client authentication scheme 'Ntlm'

OK, here are the things that come into mind:

  • Your WCF service presumably running on IIS must be running under the security context that has the privilege that calls the Web Service. You need to make sure in the app pool with a user that is a domain user - ideally a dedicated user.
  • You can not use impersonation to use user's security token to pass back to ASMX using impersonation since my WCF web service calls another ASMX web service, installed on a **different** web server
  • Try changing Ntlm to Windows and test again.

OK, a few words on impersonation. Basically it is a known issue that you cannot use the impersonation tokens that you got to one server, to pass to another server. The reason seems to be that the token is a kind of a hash using user's password and valid for the machine generated from so it cannot be used from the middle server.


UPDATE

Delegation is possible under WCF (i.e. forwarding impersonation from a server to another server). Look at this topic here.

Increasing the maximum number of TCP/IP connections in Linux

Maximum number of connections are impacted by certain limits on both client & server sides, albeit a little differently.

On the client side: Increase the ephermal port range, and decrease the tcp_fin_timeout

To find out the default values:

sysctl net.ipv4.ip_local_port_range
sysctl net.ipv4.tcp_fin_timeout

The ephermal port range defines the maximum number of outbound sockets a host can create from a particular I.P. address. The fin_timeout defines the minimum time these sockets will stay in TIME_WAIT state (unusable after being used once). Usual system defaults are:

  • net.ipv4.ip_local_port_range = 32768 61000
  • net.ipv4.tcp_fin_timeout = 60

This basically means your system cannot consistently guarantee more than (61000 - 32768) / 60 = 470 sockets per second. If you are not happy with that, you could begin with increasing the port_range. Setting the range to 15000 61000 is pretty common these days. You could further increase the availability by decreasing the fin_timeout. Suppose you do both, you should see over 1500 outbound connections per second, more readily.

To change the values:

sysctl net.ipv4.ip_local_port_range="15000 61000"
sysctl net.ipv4.tcp_fin_timeout=30

The above should not be interpreted as the factors impacting system capability for making outbound connections per second. But rather these factors affect system's ability to handle concurrent connections in a sustainable manner for large periods of "activity."

Default Sysctl values on a typical Linux box for tcp_tw_recycle & tcp_tw_reuse would be

net.ipv4.tcp_tw_recycle=0
net.ipv4.tcp_tw_reuse=0

These do not allow a connection from a "used" socket (in wait state) and force the sockets to last the complete time_wait cycle. I recommend setting:

sysctl net.ipv4.tcp_tw_recycle=1
sysctl net.ipv4.tcp_tw_reuse=1 

This allows fast cycling of sockets in time_wait state and re-using them. But before you do this change make sure that this does not conflict with the protocols that you would use for the application that needs these sockets. Make sure to read post "Coping with the TCP TIME-WAIT" from Vincent Bernat to understand the implications. The net.ipv4.tcp_tw_recycle option is quite problematic for public-facing servers as it won’t handle connections from two different computers behind the same NAT device, which is a problem hard to detect and waiting to bite you. Note that net.ipv4.tcp_tw_recycle has been removed from Linux 4.12.

On the Server Side: The net.core.somaxconn value has an important role. It limits the maximum number of requests queued to a listen socket. If you are sure of your server application's capability, bump it up from default 128 to something like 128 to 1024. Now you can take advantage of this increase by modifying the listen backlog variable in your application's listen call, to an equal or higher integer.

sysctl net.core.somaxconn=1024

txqueuelen parameter of your ethernet cards also have a role to play. Default values are 1000, so bump them up to 5000 or even more if your system can handle it.

ifconfig eth0 txqueuelen 5000
echo "/sbin/ifconfig eth0 txqueuelen 5000" >> /etc/rc.local

Similarly bump up the values for net.core.netdev_max_backlog and net.ipv4.tcp_max_syn_backlog. Their default values are 1000 and 1024 respectively.

sysctl net.core.netdev_max_backlog=2000
sysctl net.ipv4.tcp_max_syn_backlog=2048

Now remember to start both your client and server side applications by increasing the FD ulimts, in the shell.

Besides the above one more popular technique used by programmers is to reduce the number of tcp write calls. My own preference is to use a buffer wherein I push the data I wish to send to the client, and then at appropriate points I write out the buffered data into the actual socket. This technique allows me to use large data packets, reduce fragmentation, reduces my CPU utilization both in the user land and at kernel-level.

How to find a whole word in a String in java

Got a way to match Exact word from String in Android:

String full = "Hello World. How are you ?";

String one = "Hell";
String two = "Hello";
String three = "are";
String four = "ar";


boolean is1 = isContainExactWord(full, one);
boolean is2 = isContainExactWord(full, two);
boolean is3 = isContainExactWord(full, three);
boolean is4 = isContainExactWord(full, four);

Log.i("Contains Result", is1+"-"+is2+"-"+is3+"-"+is4);

Result: false-true-true-false

Function for match word:

private boolean isContainExactWord(String fullString, String partWord){
    String pattern = "\\b"+partWord+"\\b";
    Pattern p=Pattern.compile(pattern);
    Matcher m=p.matcher(fullString);
    return m.find();
}

Done

Creating and playing a sound in swift

Swift 4

import UIKit
import AudioToolbox

class ViewController: UIViewController{

var sounds : [SystemSoundID] = [1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7]

override func viewDidLoad() {
    super.viewDidLoad()

    for index in 0...sounds.count-1 {
        let fileName : String = "note\(sounds[index])"

        if let soundURL = Bundle.main.url(forResource: fileName, withExtension: "wav") {
            AudioServicesCreateSystemSoundID(soundURL as CFURL, &sounds[index])
        }
    }
}



@IBAction func notePressed(_ sender: UIButton) {
    switch sender.tag {
    case 1:
        AudioServicesPlaySystemSound(sounds[0])
    case 2:
        AudioServicesPlaySystemSound(sounds[1])
    case 3:
        AudioServicesPlaySystemSound(sounds[2])
    case 4:
        AudioServicesPlaySystemSound(sounds[3])
    case 5:
        AudioServicesPlaySystemSound(sounds[4])
    case 6:
        AudioServicesPlaySystemSound(sounds[5])
    default:
        AudioServicesPlaySystemSound(sounds[6])
    }
}
}

or

import UIKit
import AVFoundation

class ViewController: UIViewController, AVAudioPlayerDelegate{

var audioPlayer : AVAudioPlayer!

override func viewDidLoad() {
    super.viewDidLoad()
}

@IBAction func notePressed(_ sender: UIButton) {

    let soundURL = Bundle.main.url(forResource: "note\(sender.tag)", withExtension: "wav")

    do {
        audioPlayer = try AVAudioPlayer(contentsOf: soundURL!)
    }
    catch {
        print(error)
    }

    audioPlayer.play()

}
}

Submit button not working in Bootstrap form

  • If you put type=submit it is a Submit Button
  • if you put type=button it is just a button, It does not submit your form inputs.

and also you don't want to use both of these

.htaccess - how to force "www." in a generic way?

If you want to redirect all non-www requests to your site to the www version, all you need to do is add the following code to your .htaccess file:

RewriteEngine On
RewriteCond %{HTTP_HOST} !^www\.
RewriteRule ^(.*)$ http://www.%{HTTP_HOST}/$1 [R=301,L]

How to make div appear in front of another?

You can set the z-index in css

<div style="z-index: -1"></div>

How do I detect whether a Python variable is a function?

If you have learned C++, you must be familiar with function object or functor, means any object that can be called as if it is a function.

In C++, an ordinary function is a function object, and so is a function pointer; more generally, so is an object of a class that defines operator(). In C++11 and greater, the lambda expression is the functor too.

Similarity, in Python, those functors are all callable. An ordinary function can be callable, a lambda expression can be callable, a functional.partial can be callable, the instances of class with a __call__() method can be callable.


Ok, go back to question : I have a variable, x, and I want to know whether it is pointing to a function or not.

If you want to judge weather the object acts like a function, then the callable method suggested by @John Feminella is ok.

If you want to judge whether a object is just an ordinary function or not( not a callable class instance, or a lambda expression), then the xtypes.XXX suggested by @Ryan is a better choice.

Then I do an experiment using those code:

#!/usr/bin/python3
# 2017.12.10 14:25:01 CST
# 2017.12.10 15:54:19 CST

import functools
import types
import pprint

Define a class and an ordinary function.

class A():
    def __call__(self, a,b):
        print(a,b)
    def func1(self, a, b):
        print("[classfunction]:", a, b)
    @classmethod
    def func2(cls, a,b):
        print("[classmethod]:", a, b)
    @staticmethod
    def func3(a,b):
        print("[staticmethod]:", a, b)

def func(a,b):
    print("[function]", a,b)

Define the functors:

#(1.1) built-in function
builtins_func = open
#(1.2) ordinary function
ordinary_func = func
#(1.3) lambda expression
lambda_func  = lambda a : func(a,4)
#(1.4) functools.partial
partial_func = functools.partial(func, b=4)

#(2.1) callable class instance
class_callable_instance = A()
#(2.2) ordinary class function
class_ordinary_func = A.func1
#(2.3) bound class method
class_bound_method = A.func2
#(2.4) static class method
class_static_func = A.func3

Define the functors' list and the types' list:

## list of functors
xfuncs = [builtins_func, ordinary_func, lambda_func, partial_func, class_callable_instance, class_ordinary_func, class_bound_method, class_static_func]
## list of type
xtypes = [types.BuiltinFunctionType, types.FunctionType, types.MethodType, types.LambdaType, functools.partial]

Judge wether the functor is callable. As you can see, they all are callable.

res = [callable(xfunc)  for xfunc in xfuncs]
print("functors callable:")
print(res)

"""
functors callable:
[True, True, True, True, True, True, True, True]
"""

Judge the functor's type( types.XXX). Then the types of functors are not all the same.

res = [[isinstance(xfunc, xtype) for xtype in xtypes] for xfunc in xfuncs]

## output the result
print("functors' types")
for (row, xfunc) in zip(res, xfuncs):
    print(row, xfunc)

"""
functors' types
[True, False, False, False, False] <built-in function open>
[False, True, False, True, False] <function func at 0x7f1b5203e048>
[False, True, False, True, False] <function <lambda> at 0x7f1b5081fd08>
[False, False, False, False, True] functools.partial(<function func at 0x7f1b5203e048>, b=4)
[False, False, False, False, False] <__main__.A object at 0x7f1b50870cc0>
[False, True, False, True, False] <function A.func1 at 0x7f1b5081fb70>
[False, False, True, False, False] <bound method A.func2 of <class '__main__.A'>>
[False, True, False, True, False] <function A.func3 at 0x7f1b5081fc80>
"""

I draw a table of callable functor's types using the data.

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Then you can choose the functors' types that suitable.

such as:

def func(a,b):
    print("[function]", a,b)

>>> callable(func)
True
>>> isinstance(func,  types.FunctionType)
True
>>> isinstance(func, (types.BuiltinFunctionType, types.FunctionType, functools.partial))
True
>>> 
>>> isinstance(func, (types.MethodType, functools.partial))
False

Looking for a 'cmake clean' command to clear up CMake output

This is pretty old, but if you completely remove the cmake-build-debug folder, when you compile using cmake it should automatically create a new cmake-build-debug folder with everything you need. Works especially well in CLion.

Images can't contain alpha channels or transparencies

Faced same issue, Try using JPG format !! What worked for me here was using a jpg file instead of PNG as jpg files don't use alpha or transparency features. I did it via online image converter or you can also open the image in preview and then File->Export and uncheck alpha as option to save the image and use this image.

Access Enum value using EL with JSTL

Here are two more possibilities:

JSP EL 3.0 Constants

As long as you are using at least version 3.0 of EL, then you can import constants into your page as follows:

<%@ page import="org.example.Status" %>
<c:when test="${dp.status eq Status.VALID}">

However, some IDEs don't understand this yet (e.g. IntelliJ) so you won't get any warnings if you make a typo, until runtime.

This would be my preferred method once it gets proper IDE support.

Helper Methods

You could just add getters to your enum.

public enum Status { 
  VALID("valid"), OLD("old");

  private final String val;

  Status(String val) {
    this.val = val;
  }

  public String getStatus() {
    return val;
  }

  public boolean isValid() {
    return this == VALID;
  }

  public boolean isOld() {
    return this == OLD;
  }
}

Then in your JSP:

<c:when test="${dp.status.valid}">

This is supported in all IDEs and will also work if you can't use EL 3.0 yet. This is what I do at the moment because it keeps all the logic wrapped up into my enum.

Also be careful if it is possible for the variable storing the enum to be null. You would need to check for that first if your code doesn't guarantee that it is not null:

<c:when test="${not empty db.status and dp.status.valid}">

I think this method is superior to those where you set an intermediary value in the JSP because you have to do that on each page where you need to use the enum. However, with this solution you only need to declare the getter once.

How to declare and use 1D and 2D byte arrays in Verilog?

In addition to Marty's excellent Answer, the SystemVerilog specification offers the byte data type. The following declares a 4x8-bit variable (4 bytes), assigns each byte a value, then displays all values:

module tb;

byte b [4];

initial begin
    foreach (b[i]) b[i] = 1 << i;
    foreach (b[i]) $display("Address = %0d, Data = %b", i, b[i]);
    $finish;
end

endmodule

This prints out:

Address = 0, Data = 00000001
Address = 1, Data = 00000010
Address = 2, Data = 00000100
Address = 3, Data = 00001000

This is similar in concept to Marty's reg [7:0] a [0:3];. However, byte is a 2-state data type (0 and 1), but reg is 4-state (01xz). Using byte also requires your tool chain (simulator, synthesizer, etc.) to support this SystemVerilog syntax. Note also the more compact foreach (b[i]) loop syntax.

The SystemVerilog specification supports a wide variety of multi-dimensional array types. The LRM can explain them better than I can; refer to IEEE Std 1800-2005, chapter 5.

How to set Angular 4 background image?

You can use ngStyle to set background for a div

<div [ngStyle]="{background-image: 'url(./images/' + trls.img + ')'}"></div>

or you can also use built in background style:

<div [style.background-image]="'url(/images/' + trls.img + ')'"></div>

What's the foolproof way to tell which version(s) of .NET are installed on a production Windows Server?

Strangely enough, I wrote some code to do this back when 1.1 came out (what was that, seven years ago?) and tweaked it a little when 2.0 came out. I haven't looked at it in years as we no longer manage our servers.

It's not foolproof, but I'm posting it anyway because I find it humorous; in that it's easier to do in .NET and easier still in power shell.

bool GetFileVersion(LPCTSTR filename,WORD *majorPart,WORD *minorPart,WORD *buildPart,WORD *privatePart)
{
    DWORD dwHandle;
    DWORD dwLen = GetFileVersionInfoSize(filename,&dwHandle);
    if (dwLen) {
        LPBYTE lpData = new BYTE[dwLen];
        if (lpData) {
            if (GetFileVersionInfo(filename,0,dwLen,lpData)) {
                UINT uLen;  
                VS_FIXEDFILEINFO *lpBuffer;  
                VerQueryValue(lpData,_T("\\"),(LPVOID*)&lpBuffer,&uLen);  
                *majorPart = HIWORD(lpBuffer->dwFileVersionMS);
                *minorPart = LOWORD(lpBuffer->dwFileVersionMS);
                *buildPart = HIWORD(lpBuffer->dwFileVersionLS);
                *privatePart = LOWORD(lpBuffer->dwFileVersionLS);
                delete[] lpData;
                return true;
            }
        }
    }
    return false;
}

int _tmain(int argc,_TCHAR* argv[])
{
    _TCHAR filename[MAX_PATH];
    _TCHAR frameworkroot[MAX_PATH];
    if (!GetEnvironmentVariable(_T("systemroot"),frameworkroot,MAX_PATH))
        return 1;
    _tcscat_s(frameworkroot,_T("\\Microsoft.NET\\Framework\\*"));
    WIN32_FIND_DATA FindFileData;
    HANDLE hFind = FindFirstFile(frameworkroot,&FindFileData);
    if (hFind == INVALID_HANDLE_VALUE)
        return 2;
    do {
        if ((FindFileData.dwFileAttributes & FILE_ATTRIBUTE_DIRECTORY) &&
            _tcslen(FindFileData.cAlternateFileName) != 0) {
            _tcsncpy_s(filename,frameworkroot,_tcslen(frameworkroot)-1);
            filename[_tcslen(frameworkroot)] = 0;
            _tcscat_s(filename,FindFileData.cFileName);
            _tcscat_s(filename,_T("\\mscorlib.dll"));
            WORD majorPart,minorPart,buildPart,privatePart;
            if (GetFileVersion(filename,&majorPart,&minorPart,&buildPart,&privatePart )) {
                _tprintf(_T("%d.%d.%d.%d\r\n"),majorPart,minorPart,buildPart,privatePart);
            }
        }
    } while (FindNextFile(hFind,&FindFileData) != 0);
    FindClose(hFind);
    return 0;
}

PowerShell: how to grep command output?

If you truly want to "grep" the formatted output (display strings) then go with Mike's approach. There are definitely times where this comes in handy. However if you want to try embracing PowerShell's object pipeline nature, then try this. First, check out the properties on the objects flowing down the pipeline:

PS> alias | Get-Member


   TypeName: System.Management.Automation.AliasInfo

Name                MemberType     Definition
----                ----------     ----------
Equals              Method         bool Equals(System.Object obj)
GetHashCode         Method         int GetHashCode()
GetType             Method         type GetType()
ToString            Method         string ToString()
<snip>
*Definition*        Property       System.String Definition {get;}
<snip>

Note the Definition property which is a header you see when you display the output of Get-Alias (alias) e.g.:

PS> alias

CommandType     Name           *Definition*
-----------     ----           ----------
Alias           %              ForEach-Object
<snip>

Usually the header title matches the property name but not always. That is where using Get-Member comes in handy. It shows you what you need to "script" against. Now if what you want to "grep" is the Definition property contents then consider this. Rather than just grepping that one property's value, you can instead filter each AliasInfo object in the pipepline by the contents of this property and you can use a regex to do it e.g.:

PS> alias | Where-Object {$_.Definition -match 'alias'}

CommandType     Name                   Definition
-----------     ----                   ----------
Alias           epal                   Export-Alias
Alias           gal                    Get-Alias
Alias           ipal                   Import-Alias
Alias           nal                    New-Alias
Alias           sal                    Set-Alias

In this example I use the Where-Object cmdlet to filter objects based on some arbitrary script. In this case, I filter by the Defintion property matched against the regex 'alias'. Only those objects that return true for that filter are allowed to propagate down the pipeline and get formatted for display on the host.

BTW if you're typing this, then you can use one of two aliases for Where-Object - 'Where' or '?'. For example:

PS> gal | ?{$_.Definition -match '-Item*'}

How to Delete node_modules - Deep Nested Folder in Windows

DELETE only by using DOS command without any installation:

Create an empty folder "test" on C or D drive and use following DOS command

robocopy /MIR c:\test D:\UserData\FolderToDelete > NUL

After completing above command, your folder will be empty, now you can delete the folder.

Don't worry your test folder will always be empty, so you can delete it at any time.

How to approach a "Got minus one from a read call" error when connecting to an Amazon RDS Oracle instance

The immediate cause of the problem is that the JDBC driver has attempted to read from a network Socket that has been closed by "the other end".

This could be due to a few things:

  • If the remote server has been configured (e.g. in the "SQLNET.ora" file) to not accept connections from your IP.

  • If the JDBC url is incorrect, you could be attempting to connect to something that isn't a database.

  • If there are too many open connections to the database service, it could refuse new connections.

Given the symptoms, I think the "too many connections" scenario is the most likely. That suggests that your application is leaking connections; i.e. creating connections and then failing to (always) close them.

Set initial value in datepicker with jquery?

You can set the value in the HTML and then init datepicker to start/highlight the actual date

<input name="datefrom" type="text" class="datepicker" value="20-1-2011">
<input name="dateto" type="text" class="datepicker" value="01-01-2012">
<input name="dateto2" type="text" class="datepicker" >


$(".datepicker").each(function() {    
    $(this).datepicker('setDate', $(this).val());
});

The above even works with danish date formats

http://jsfiddle.net/DDsBP/2/

Ruby max integer

There is no maximum since Ruby 2.4, as Bignum and Fixnum got unified into Integer. see Feature #12005

> (2 << 1000).is_a? Fixnum
(irb):322: warning: constant ::Fixnum is deprecated
=> true

> 1.is_a? Bignum
(irb):314: warning: constant ::Bignum is deprecated
=> true

> (2 << 1000).class
=> Integer

There won't be any overflow, what would happen is an out of memory.

Why is Android Studio reporting "URI is not registered"?

  • Go to "Preferences > Languages&Frameworks > Schemas and DTDS"
  • Click "add(+)"
  • Click "apply" and then "ok"

hope it will works.

Server Client send/receive simple text

    static void Main(string[] args)
    {
        //---listen at the specified IP and port no.---
        IPAddress localAdd = IPAddress.Parse(SERVER_IP);
        TcpListener listener = new TcpListener(localAdd, PORT_NO);
        Console.WriteLine("Listening...");
        listener.Start();
        while (true)
        {
            //---incoming client connected---
            TcpClient client = listener.AcceptTcpClient();

            //---get the incoming data through a network stream---
            NetworkStream nwStream = client.GetStream();
            byte[] buffer = new byte[client.ReceiveBufferSize];

            //---read incoming stream---
            int bytesRead = nwStream.Read(buffer, 0, client.ReceiveBufferSize);

            //---convert the data received into a string---
            string dataReceived = Encoding.ASCII.GetString(buffer, 0, bytesRead);
            Console.WriteLine("Received : " + dataReceived);

            //---write back the text to the client---
            Console.WriteLine("Sending back : " + dataReceived);
            nwStream.Write(buffer, 0, bytesRead);
            client.Close();
        }
        listener.Stop();
        Console.ReadLine();
    }

In addition to @Nudier Mena answer, keep a while loop to keep the server in listening mode. So that we can have multiple instance of client connected.

How to find good looking font color if background color is known?

Have you considered letting the user of your application select their own color scheme? Without fail you won't be able to please all of your users with your selection but you can allow them to find what pleases them.

What does if [ $? -eq 0 ] mean for shell scripts?

It's checking the return value ($?) of grep. In this case it's comparing it to 0 (success).

Usually when you see something like this (checking the return value of grep) it's checking to see whether the particular string was detected. Although the redirect to /dev/null isn't necessary, the same thing can be accomplished using -q.

Getting year in moment.js

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var year3 = new Date().getFullYear();_x000D_
console.log('using javascript :',year3);
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<script src="https://cdnjs.cloudflare.com/ajax/libs/moment.js/2.24.0/moment.min.js"></script>
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How to serve up a JSON response using Go?

In gobuffalo.io framework I got it to work like this:

// say we are in some resource Show action
// some code is omitted
user := &models.User{}
if c.Request().Header.Get("Content-type") == "application/json" {
    return c.Render(200, r.JSON(user))
} else {
    // Make user available inside the html template
    c.Set("user", user)
    return c.Render(200, r.HTML("users/show.html"))
}

and then when I want to get JSON response for that resource I have to set "Content-type" to "application/json" and it works.

I think Rails has more convenient way to handle multiple response types, I didn't see the same in gobuffalo so far.

Add class to <html> with Javascript?

I'd recommend that you take a look at jQuery.

jQuery way:

$("html").addClass("myClass");

SVN: Folder already under version control but not comitting?

Check for a directory 'apps/autocomplete/.svn'. Move it somewhere safe (in case you need to restore it because this did not work) and see if that fixes the problem.

RuntimeError: module compiled against API version a but this version of numpy is 9

This command solved my problem.

pip3 install --upgrade numpy 

How do I connect to a specific Wi-Fi network in Android programmatically?

I broke my head to understand why your answers for WPA/WPA2 don't work...after hours of tries I found what you are missing:

conf.allowedAuthAlgorithms.set(WifiConfiguration.AuthAlgorithm.OPEN);

is REQUIRED for WPA networks!!!!

Now, it works :)

Add Twitter Bootstrap icon to Input box

Bootstrap 4.x

With Bootstrap 4 (and Font Awesome), we still can use the input-group wrapper around our form-control element, and now we can use an input-group-append (or input-group-prepend) wrapper with an input-group-text to get the job done:

<div class="input-group mb-3">
  <input type="text" class="form-control" placeholder="Search" aria-label="Search" aria-describedby="my-search">
  <div class="input-group-append">
    <span class="input-group-text" id="my-search"><i class="fas fa-filter"></i></span>
  </div>
</div>

It will look something like this (thanks to KyleMit for the screenshot):

enter image description here

Learn more by visiting the Input group documentation.

How to add calendar events in Android?

if you have a given Date string with date and time .

for e.g String givenDateString = pojoModel.getDate()/* Format dd-MMM-yyyy hh:mm:ss */

use the following code to add an event with date and time to the calendar

Calendar cal = Calendar.getInstance();
cal.setTime(new SimpleDateFormat("dd-MMM-yyyy hh:mm:ss").parse(givenDateString));
Intent intent = new Intent(Intent.ACTION_EDIT);
intent.setType("vnd.android.cursor.item/event");
intent.putExtra("beginTime", cal.getTimeInMillis());
intent.putExtra("allDay", false);
intent.putExtra("rrule", "FREQ=YEARLY");
intent.putExtra("endTime",cal.getTimeInMillis() + 60 * 60 * 1000);
intent.putExtra("title", " Test Title");
startActivity(intent);

Android: Remove all the previous activities from the back stack

finishAffinity() added in API 16. Use ActivityCompat.finishAffinity() in previous versions. When you will launch any activity using intent and finish the current activity. Now use ActivityCompat.finishAffinity() instead finish(). it will finish all stacked activity below current activity. It works fine for me.

Send a file via HTTP POST with C#

You need to write your file to the request stream:

using (var reqStream = req.GetRequestStream()) 
{    
    reqStream.Write( ... ) // write the bytes of the file
}

Calling a Javascript Function from Console

If it's inside a closure, i'm pretty sure you can't.

Otherwise you just do functionName(); and hit return.

How to use a class object in C++ as a function parameter

If you want to pass class instances (objects), you either use

 void function(const MyClass& object){
   // do something with object  
 }

or

 void process(MyClass& object_to_be_changed){
   // change member variables  
 }

On the other hand if you want to "pass" the class itself

template<class AnyClass>
void function_taking_class(){
   // use static functions of AnyClass
   AnyClass::count_instances();
   // or create an object of AnyClass and use it
   AnyClass object;
   object.member = value;
}
// call it as 
function_taking_class<MyClass>();
// or 
function_taking_class<MyStruct>();

with

class MyClass{
  int member;
  //...
};
MyClass object1;

android adb turn on wifi via adb

WiFi can be enabled by altering the settings.db like so:

adb shell
sqlite3 /data/data/com.android.providers.settings/databases/settings.db
update secure set value=1 where name='wifi_on';

You may need to reboot after altering this to get it to actually turn WiFi on.

This solution comes from a blog post that remarks it works for Android 4.0. I don't know if the earlier versions are the same.

How to use router.navigateByUrl and router.navigate in Angular

In addition to the provided answer, there are more details to navigate. From the function's comments:

/**
 * Navigate based on the provided array of commands and a starting point.
 * If no starting route is provided, the navigation is absolute.
 *
 * Returns a promise that:
 * - resolves to 'true' when navigation succeeds,
 * - resolves to 'false' when navigation fails,
 * - is rejected when an error happens.
 *
 * ### Usage
 *
 * ```
 * router.navigate(['team', 33, 'user', 11], {relativeTo: route});
 *
 * // Navigate without updating the URL
 * router.navigate(['team', 33, 'user', 11], {relativeTo: route, skipLocationChange: true});
 * ```
 *
 * In opposite to `navigateByUrl`, `navigate` always takes a delta that is applied to the current
 * URL.
 */

The Router Guide has more details on programmatic navigation.

Event handlers for Twitter Bootstrap dropdowns?

Here is a working example of how you could implement custom functions for your anchors.

http://jsfiddle.net/CH2NZ/43/

You can attach an id to your anchor:

<li><a id="alertMe" href="#">Action</a></li>

And then use jQuery's click event listener to listen for the click action and fire you function:

$('#alertMe').click(function(e) {
    alert('alerted');
    e.preventDefault();// prevent the default anchor functionality
});

Does MS Access support "CASE WHEN" clause if connect with ODBC?

I have had to use a multiple IIF statement to create a similar result in ACCESS SQL.

IIf([refi type] Like "FHA ST*","F",IIf([refi type]="VA IRRL","V"))

All remaining will stay Null.

MySQL Stored procedure variables from SELECT statements

Corrected a few things and added an alternative select - delete as appropriate.

DELIMITER |

CREATE PROCEDURE getNearestCities
(
IN p_cityID INT -- should this be int unsigned ?
)
BEGIN

DECLARE cityLat FLOAT; -- should these be decimals ?
DECLARE cityLng FLOAT;

    -- method 1
    SELECT lat,lng into cityLat, cityLng FROM cities WHERE cities.cityID = p_cityID;

    SELECT 
     b.*, 
     HAVERSINE(cityLat,cityLng, b.lat, b.lng) AS dist 
    FROM 
     cities b 
    ORDER BY 
     dist 
    LIMIT 10;

    -- method 2
    SELECT   
      b.*, 
      HAVERSINE(a.lat, a.lng, b.lat, b.lng) AS dist
    FROM     
      cities AS a
    JOIN cities AS b on a.cityID = p_cityID
    ORDER BY 
      dist
    LIMIT 10;

END |

delimiter ;

Check if a number has a decimal place/is a whole number

//How about byte-ing it?

Number.prototype.isInt= function(){
 return this== this>> 0;
}

I always feel kind of bad for bit operators in javascript-

they hardly get any exercise.

How to compare strings in Bash

The following script reads from a file named "testonthis" line by line and then compares each line with a simple string, a string with special characters and a regular expression. If it doesn't match, then the script will print the line, otherwise not.

Space in Bash is so much important. So the following will work:

[ "$LINE" != "table_name" ] 

But the following won't:

["$LINE" != "table_name"] 

So please use as is:

cat testonthis | while read LINE
do
if [ "$LINE" != "table_name" ] && [ "$LINE" != "--------------------------------" ] && [[ "$LINE" =~ [^[:space:]] ]] && [[ "$LINE" != SQL* ]]; then
echo $LINE
fi
done

Countdown timer using Moment js

Check out this plugin:

moment-countdown

moment-countdown is a tiny moment.js plugin that integrates with Countdown.js. The file is here.

How it works?

//from then until now
moment("1982-5-25").countdown().toString(); //=> '30 years, 10 months, 14 days, 1 hour, 8 minutes, and 14 seconds'

//accepts a moment, JS Date, or anything parsable by the Date constructor
moment("1955-8-21").countdown("1982-5-25").toString(); //=> '26 years, 9 months, and 4 days'

//also works with the args flipped, like diff()
moment("1982-5-25").countdown("1955-8-21").toString(); //=> '26 years, 9 months, and 4 days'

//accepts all of countdown's options
moment().countdown("1982-5-25", countdown.MONTHS|countdown.WEEKS, NaN, 2).toString(); //=> '370 months, and 2.01 weeks'

Ternary operator (?:) in Bash

Code:

a=$([ "$b" == 5 ] && echo "$c" || echo "$d")

Changing API level Android Studio

According to this answer, you just don't include minsdkversion in the manifest.xml, and the build system will use the values from the build.gradle file and put the information into the final apk.

Because the build system needs this information anyway, this makes sense. You should not need to define this values two times.

You just have to sync the project after changing the build.gradle file, but Android Studio 0.5.2 display a yellow status bar on top of the build.gradle editor window to help you

Also note there at least two build.gradle files: one master and one for the app/module. The one to change is in the app/module, it already includes a property minSdkVersion in a newly generated project.

Pandas Merging 101

In this answer, I will consider practical examples.

The first one, is of pandas.concat.

The second one, of merging dataframes from the index of one and the column of another one.


1. pandas.concat

Considering the following DataFrames with the same column names:

Preco2018 with size (8784, 5)

DataFrame 1

Preco 2019 with size (8760, 5)

DataFrame 2

That have the same column names.

You can combine them using pandas.concat, by simply

import pandas as pd

frames = [Preco2018, Preco2019]

df_merged = pd.concat(frames)

Which results in a DataFrame with the following size (17544, 5)

DataFrame result of the combination of two dataframes

If you want to visualize, it ends up working like this

How concat works

(Source)


2. Merge by Column and Index

In this part, I will consider a specific case: If one wants to merge the index of one dataframe and the column of another dataframe.

Let's say one has the dataframe Geo with 54 columns, being one of the columns the Date Data, which is of type datetime64[ns].

enter image description here

And the dataframe Price that has one column with the price and the index corresponds to the dates

enter image description here

In this specific case, to merge them, one uses pd.merge

merged = pd.merge(Price, Geo, left_index=True, right_on='Data')

Which results in the following dataframe

enter image description here

How to BULK INSERT a file into a *temporary* table where the filename is a variable?

It is possible to do everything you want. Aaron's answer was not quite complete.

His approach is correct, up to creating the temporary table in the inner query. Then, you need to insert the results into a table in the outer query.

The following code snippet grabs the first line of a file and inserts it into the table @Lines:

declare @fieldsep char(1) = ',';
declare @recordsep char(1) = char(10);

declare @Lines table (
    line varchar(8000)
);

declare @sql varchar(8000) = ' 
    create table #tmp (
        line varchar(8000)
    );

    bulk insert #tmp
        from '''+@filename+'''
        with (FirstRow = 1, FieldTerminator = '''+@fieldsep+''', RowTerminator = '''+@recordsep+''');

    select * from #tmp';

insert into @Lines
    exec(@sql);

select * from @lines

How do I compare two variables containing strings in JavaScript?

=== is not necessary. You know both values are strings so you dont need to compare types.

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  var str1 = $("#textbox1").val();_x000D_
  var str2 = $("#textbox2").val();_x000D_
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  if (str1 == str2)_x000D_
  {_x000D_
    $(":text").removeClass("incorrect");_x000D_
    alert("equal");_x000D_
  }_x000D_
  else_x000D_
  {_x000D_
    $(":text").addClass("incorrect");_x000D_
    alert("not equal");_x000D_
  }_x000D_
}
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.incorrect_x000D_
{_x000D_
  background: #ff8888;_x000D_
}
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<script src="https://ajax.googleapis.com/ajax/libs/jquery/2.1.1/jquery.min.js"></script>_x000D_
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<input id="textbox1" type="text">_x000D_
<input id="textbox2" type="text">_x000D_
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<button onclick="do_check()">check</button>
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How do I get today's date in C# in mm/dd/yyyy format?

DateTime.Now.Date.ToShortDateString()

is culture specific.

It is best to stick with:

DateTime.Now.ToString("d/MM/yyyy");

Remove directory from remote repository after adding them to .gitignore

Blundell's first answer didn't work for me. However it showed me the right way. I have done the same thing like this:

> for i in `git ls-files -i --exclude-from=.gitignore`; do git rm --cached $i; done
> git commit -m 'Removed all files that are in the .gitignore'
> git push origin master

I advise you to check the files to be deleted first by running the below statement:

git ls-files -i --exclude-from=.gitignore

I was using a default .gitignore file for visual studio and I noticed that it was removing all log and bin folders in the project which was not my intended action.

Datatables Select All Checkbox

I made a simple implementation of this functionality using fontawesome, also taking advantage of the Select Extension, this covers select all, deselect some items, deselect all. https://codepen.io/pakogn/pen/jJryLo

HTML:

<table id="example" class="display" style="width:100%">
    <thead>
        <tr>
            <th>
                <button style="border: none; background: transparent; font-size: 14px;" id="MyTableCheckAllButton">
                <i class="far fa-square"></i>  
                </button>
            </th>
            <th>Name</th>
            <th>Position</th>
            <th>Office</th>
            <th>Age</th>
            <th>Salary</th>
        </tr>
    </thead>
    <tbody>
        <tr>
            <td></td>
            <td>Tiger Nixon</td>
            <td>System Architect</td>
            <td>Edinburgh</td>
            <td>61</td>
            <td>$320,800</td>
        </tr>
        <tr>
            <td></td>
            <td>Garrett Winters</td>
            <td>Accountant</td>
            <td>Tokyo</td>
            <td>63</td>
            <td>$170,750</td>
        </tr>
        <tr>
            <td></td>
            <td>Ashton Cox</td>
            <td>Junior Technical Author</td>
            <td>San Francisco</td>
            <td>66</td>
            <td>$86,000</td>
        </tr>
        <tr>
            <td></td>
            <td>Cedric Kelly</td>
            <td>Senior Javascript Developer</td>
            <td>Edinburgh</td>
            <td>22</td>
            <td>$433,060</td>
        </tr>
        <tr>
            <td></td>
            <td>Airi Satou</td>
            <td>Accountant</td>
            <td>Tokyo</td>
            <td>33</td>
            <td>$162,700</td>
        </tr>
        <tr>
            <td></td>
            <td>Brielle Williamson</td>
            <td>Integration Specialist</td>
            <td>New York</td>
            <td>61</td>
            <td>$372,000</td>
        </tr>
        <tr>
            <td></td>
            <td>Herrod Chandler</td>
            <td>Sales Assistant</td>
            <td>San Francisco</td>
            <td>59</td>
            <td>$137,500</td>
        </tr>
        <tr>
            <td></td>
            <td>Rhona Davidson</td>
            <td>Integration Specialist</td>
            <td>Tokyo</td>
            <td>55</td>
            <td>$327,900</td>
        </tr>
        <tr>
            <td></td>
            <td>Colleen Hurst</td>
            <td>Javascript Developer</td>
            <td>San Francisco</td>
            <td>39</td>
            <td>$205,500</td>
        </tr>
        <tr>
            <td></td>
            <td>Sonya Frost</td>
            <td>Software Engineer</td>
            <td>Edinburgh</td>
            <td>23</td>
            <td>$103,600</td>
        </tr>
        <tr>
            <td></td>
            <td>Jena Gaines</td>
            <td>Office Manager</td>
            <td>London</td>
            <td>30</td>
            <td>$90,560</td>
        </tr>
    </tbody>
    <tfoot>
        <tr>
            <th></th>
            <th>Name</th>
            <th>Position</th>
            <th>Office</th>
            <th>Age</th>
            <th>Salary</th>
        </tr>
    </tfoot>
</table>

Javascript:

$(document).ready(function() {
    let myTable = $('#example').DataTable({
        columnDefs: [{
            orderable: false,
            className: 'select-checkbox',
            targets: 0,
        }],
        select: {
            style: 'os', // 'single', 'multi', 'os', 'multi+shift'
            selector: 'td:first-child',
        },
        order: [
            [1, 'asc'],
        ],
    });

    $('#MyTableCheckAllButton').click(function() {
        if (myTable.rows({
                selected: true
            }).count() > 0) {
            myTable.rows().deselect();
            return;
        }

        myTable.rows().select();
    });

    myTable.on('select deselect', function(e, dt, type, indexes) {
        if (type === 'row') {
            // We may use dt instead of myTable to have the freshest data.
            if (dt.rows().count() === dt.rows({
                    selected: true
                }).count()) {
                // Deselect all items button.
                $('#MyTableCheckAllButton i').attr('class', 'far fa-check-square');
                return;
            }

            if (dt.rows({
                    selected: true
                }).count() === 0) {
                // Select all items button.
                $('#MyTableCheckAllButton i').attr('class', 'far fa-square');
                return;
            }

            // Deselect some items button.
            $('#MyTableCheckAllButton i').attr('class', 'far fa-minus-square');
        }
    });
});

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

I think you are calling finish() method in MainActivity before starting SettingsActivity.

The scenario which you have described will occur in following two ways:

EITHER

You have set android:noHistory = "true" for MainActivity inside AndroidManifest.xml which causes MainActivity to finish automatically on pressing the back key.

OR

Before switching to your 'SettingsActivity', you have called finish() in your MainActivity, which kills it. When you press back button,since no other activity is preset in stack to pop, it goes back to main screen.

HTML input arrays

It's just PHP, not HTML.

It parses all HTML fields with [] into an array.

So you can have

<input type="checkbox" name="food[]" value="apple" />
<input type="checkbox" name="food[]" value="pear" />

and when submitted, PHP will make $_POST['food'] an array, and you can access its elements like so:

echo $_POST['food'][0]; // would output first checkbox selected

or to see all values selected:

foreach( $_POST['food'] as $value ) {
    print $value;
}

Anyhow, don't think there is a specific name for it

Python script header


I'd suggest 3 things in the beginning of your script:

First, as already being said use environment:

#!/usr/bin/env python

Second, set your encoding:

# -*- coding: utf-8 -*-

Third, set some doc string:

"""This is a awesome
    python script!"""

And for sure I would use " " (4 spaces) for ident.
Final header will look like:

#!/usr/bin/env python
# -*- coding: utf-8 -*-

"""This is a awesome
        python script!"""


Best wishes and happy coding.

Php artisan make:auth command is not defined

Update for Laravel 6

Now that Laravel 6 is released you need to install laravel/ui.

composer require laravel/ui --dev
php artisan ui vue --auth

You can change vue with react if you use React in your project (see Using React).

And then you need to perform the migrations and compile the frontend

php artisan migrate
npm install && npm run dev

Source : Laravel Documentation for authentication

Want to get started fast? Install the laravel/ui Composer package and run php artisan ui vue --auth in a fresh Laravel application. After migrating your database, navigate your browser to http://your-app.test/register or any other URL that is assigned to your application. These commands will take care of scaffolding your entire authentication system!

Note: That's only if you want to use scaffolding, you can use the default User model and the Eloquent authentication driver.

Get combobox value in Java swing

If the string is empty, comboBox.getSelectedItem().toString() will give a NullPointerException. So better to typecast by (String).

How to get the file path from HTML input form in Firefox 3

Have a look at XPCOM, there might be something that you can use if Firefox 3 is used by a client.

Redirect to new Page in AngularJS using $location

The line

$location.absUrl() == 'http://www.google.com';

is wrong. First == makes a comparison, and what you are probably trying to do is an assignment, which is with simple = and not double ==.

And because absUrl() getter only. You can use url(), which can be used as a setter or as a getter if you want.

reference : http://docs.angularjs.org/api/ng.$location

php - add + 7 days to date format mm dd, YYYY

I would solve this like that. First, I'd create an instance of your given datetime object. Then, I'd create another datetime object which is 7 days later than the initial one. And finally, I'd format it the way you like.

With meringue library, this is quite intuitive and elegant. Here's the code:

(new Future(
    new FromCustomFormat('F j, Y', 'March 3, 2011'),
    new NDays(7)
))
    ->value();

The result is a string in ISO8601 format. If you like, you can format it anyway you like using the same ISO8601 syntax:

(new ISO8601Formatted(
    new Future(
        new FromCustomFormat('F j, Y', 'March 3, 2011'),
        new NDays(7)
    ),
    'F j, Y'
))
    ->value();

The code above uses meringue library. Here's a quick start, you can take a look if you want.

Git push rejected after feature branch rebase

The problem is that git push assumes that remote branch can be fast-forwarded to your local branch, that is that all the difference between local and remote branches is in local having some new commits at the end like that:

Z--X--R         <- origin/some-branch (can be fast-forwarded to Y commit)
       \        
        T--Y    <- some-branch

When you perform git rebase commits D and E are applied to new base and new commits are created. That means after rebase you have something like that:

A--B--C------F--G--D'--E'   <- feature-branch
       \  
        D--E                <- origin/feature-branch

In that situation remote branch can't be fast-forwarded to local. Though, theoretically local branch can be merged into remote (obviously you don't need it in that case), but as git push performs only fast-forward merges it throws and error.

And what --force option does is just ignoring state of remote branch and setting it to the commit you're pushing into it. So git push --force origin feature-branch simply overrides origin/feature-branch with local feature-branch.

In my opinion, rebasing feature branches on master and force-pushing them back to remote repository is OK as long as you're the only one who works on that branch.

HTML - Change\Update page contents without refreshing\reloading the page

You've got the right idea, so here's how to go ahead: the onclick handlers run on the client side, in the browser, so you cannot call a PHP function directly. Instead, you need to add a JavaScript function that (as you mentioned) uses AJAX to call a PHP script and retrieve the data. Using jQuery, you can do something like this:

<script type="text/javascript">
function recp(id) {
  $('#myStyle').load('data.php?id=' + id);
}
</script>

<a href="#" onClick="recp('1')" > One   </a>
<a href="#" onClick="recp('2')" > Two   </a>
<a href="#" onClick="recp('3')" > Three </a>

<div id='myStyle'>
</div>

Then you put your PHP code into a separate file: (I've called it data.php in the above example)

<?php
  require ('myConnect.php');     
  $id = $_GET['id'];
  $results = mysql_query("SELECT para FROM content WHERE  para_ID='$id'");   
  if( mysql_num_rows($results) > 0 )
  {
   $row = mysql_fetch_array( $results );
   echo $row['para'];
  }
?>

How to change default timezone for Active Record in Rails?

In Ruby on Rails 6.0.1 go to config > locales > application.rb y agrega lo siguiente:

require_relative 'boot'

require 'rails/all'

# Require the gems listed in Gemfile, including any gems
# you've limited to :test, :development, or :production.
Bundler.require(*Rails.groups)

module CrudRubyOnRails6
  class Application < Rails::Application
    # Initialize configuration defaults for originally generated Rails version.
    config.load_defaults 6.0

    config.active_record.default_timezone = :local
    config.time_zone = 'Lima'

    # Settings in config/environments/* take precedence over those specified here.
    # Application configuration can go into files in config/initializers
    # -- all .rb files in that directory are automatically loaded after loading
    # the framework and any gems in your application.
  end
end

You can see that I am configuring the time zone with 2 lines:

config.active_record.default_timezone =: local
config.time_zone = 'Lima'

I hope it helps those who are working with Ruby on Rails 6.0.1

How do I build an import library (.lib) AND a DLL in Visual C++?

OK, so I found the answer from http://binglongx.wordpress.com/2009/01/26/visual-c-does-not-generate-lib-file-for-a-dll-project/ says that this problem was caused by not exporting any symbols and further instructs on how to export symbols to create the lib file. To do so, add the following code to your .h file for your DLL.

#ifdef BARNABY_EXPORTS
#define BARNABY_API __declspec(dllexport)
#else
#define BARNABY_API __declspec(dllimport)
#endif

Where BARNABY_EXPORTS and BARNABY_API are unique definitions for your project. Then, each function you export you simply precede by:

BARNABY_API int add(){
}

This problem could have been prevented either by clicking the Export Symbols box on the new project DLL Wizard or by voting yes for lobotomies for computer programmers.

How to make PyCharm always show line numbers

For version 4.0, 4.5 on Windows

File -> Settings

Then,

Editor -> General -> Appearance -> Show line numbers

For version 4.0 on Mac OSX

PyCharm-->Preferences

Then,

Editor-->General-->Appearance-->checkbox: "Show line numbers"

How can I print a circular structure in a JSON-like format?

This code will fail for circular reference:

    JSON.stringify(circularReference);
// TypeError: cyclic object value

Use the below code:

 const getCircularReplacer = () => {
  const seen = new WeakSet();
  return (key, value) => {
    if (typeof value === "object" && value !== null) {
      if (seen.has(value)) {
        return;
      }
      seen.add(value);
    }
    return value;
  };
};

JSON.stringify(circularReference, getCircularReplacer());

How to convert hex to rgb using Java?

Convert it to an integer, then divmod it twice by 16, 256, 4096, or 65536 depending on the length of the original hex string (3, 6, 9, or 12 respectively).

Can't use System.Windows.Forms

To add the reference to "System.Windows.Forms", it seems to be a little different for Visual Studio Community 2017.

1) Go to solution explorer and select references

enter image description here

2) Right-click and select Add references enter image description here

3) In Assemblies, check System.Windows.Forms and press ok

enter image description here

4) That's it.

Best XML parser for Java

In addition to SAX and DOM there is STaX parsing available using XMLStreamReader which is an xml pull parser.

ActiveRecord OR query

With rails + arel, a more clear way:

# Table name: messages
#
# sender_id:    integer
# recipient_id: integer
# content:      text

class Message < ActiveRecord::Base
  scope :by_participant, ->(user_id) do
    left  = arel_table[:sender_id].eq(user_id)
    right = arel_table[:recipient_id].eq(user_id)

    where(Arel::Nodes::Or.new(left, right))
  end
end

Produces:

$ Message.by_participant(User.first.id).to_sql 
=> SELECT `messages`.* 
     FROM `messages` 
    WHERE `messages`.`sender_id` = 1 
       OR `messages`.`recipient_id` = 1

Open link in new tab or window

You can simply do that by setting target="_blank", w3schools has an example.

Skip the headers when editing a csv file using Python

Another way of solving this is to use the DictReader class, which "skips" the header row and uses it to allowed named indexing.

Given "foo.csv" as follows:

FirstColumn,SecondColumn
asdf,1234
qwer,5678

Use DictReader like this:

import csv
with open('foo.csv') as f:
    reader = csv.DictReader(f, delimiter=',')
    for row in reader:
        print(row['FirstColumn'])  # Access by column header instead of column number
        print(row['SecondColumn'])

Get size of an Iterable in Java

java 8 and above

StreamSupport.stream(data.spliterator(), false).count();

Create, read, and erase cookies with jQuery

Use jquery cookie plugin, the link as working today: https://github.com/js-cookie/js-cookie

Can't ignore UserInterfaceState.xcuserstate

Here is a very nice explanation of how to remove the files in question recursively from your git history: http://help.github.com/remove-sensitive-data/

Very useful, because otherwise tools tend to 'hang' while trying to show the diff on those huge files that shouldn't have been checked in the first place...

Here's what you can do (in short) to get rid of the largest stuff:

cd YourProject
git filter-branch --index-filter 'git rm --cached --ignore-unmatch -r YourProject.xcodeproj/project.xcworkspace' HEAD
# see what you want to do with your remote here...
# you can: git push origin master --force
# or you can delete it and push a fresh new one from your cleaned-up local...
rm -rf .git/refs/original
git gc --prune=now
git gc --aggressive --prune=now

Worked very nicely for me :)

Relative Paths in Javascript in an external file

You need to add runat="server" and and to assign an ID for it, then specify the absolute path like this:

<script type="text/javascript" runat="server" id="myID" src="~/js/jquery.jqGrid.js"></script>]

From the codebehind, you can change the src programatically using the ID.

Find by key deep in a nested array

Some time ago I have made a small lib find-and, which is available on npm, for working with nested objects in a lodash manner. There's the returnFound function which returns the found object, or an object array if there's more than one object found.

E.g.,

const findAnd = require('find-and');

const a = [
  {
    'title': "some title",
    'channel_id':'123we',
    'options': [
      {
        'channel_id':'abc',
        'image':'http://asdasd.com/all-inclusive-block-img.jpg',
        'title':'All-Inclusive',
        'options':[
          {
            'channel_id':'dsa2',
            'title':'Some Recommends',
            'options':[
              {
                'image':'http://www.asdasd.com',
                'title':'Sandals',
                'id':'1',
                'content':{},
              },
            ],
          },
        ],
      },
    ],
  },
];

findAnd.returnFound(a, {id: '1'});

returns

{
  'image':'http://www.asdasd.com',
  'title':'Sandals',
  'id':'1',
  'content':{},
}

AngularJS accessing DOM elements inside directive template

You could write a directive for this, which simply assigns the (jqLite) element to the scope using an attribute-given name.

Here is the directive:

app.directive("ngScopeElement", function () {
  var directiveDefinitionObject = {

    restrict: "A",

    compile: function compile(tElement, tAttrs, transclude) {
      return {
          pre: function preLink(scope, iElement, iAttrs, controller) {
            scope[iAttrs.ngScopeElement] = iElement;
          }
        };
    }
  };

  return directiveDefinitionObject;
});

Usage:

app.directive("myDirective", function() {
    return {
        template: '<div><ul ng-scope-element="list"><li ng-repeat="item in items"></ul></div>',
        link: function(scope, element, attrs) {
            scope.list[0] // scope.list is the jqlite element, 
                          // scope.list[0] is the native dom element
        }
    }
});

Some remarks:

  • Due to the compile and link order for nested directives you can only access scope.list from myDirectives postLink-Function, which you are very likely using anyway
  • ngScopeElement uses a preLink-function, so that directives nested within the element having ng-scope-element can already access scope.list
  • not sure how this behaves performance-wise

Call fragment from fragment

This is my answer which solved the same problem. Fragment2.java is the fragment class which holds the layout of fragment2.xml.

public void onClick(View v) {
                    Fragment  fragment2 = new Fragement2();
                    FragmentManager fragmentManager = getFragmentManager();
                    FragmentTransaction fragmentTransaction = fragmentManager.beginTransaction();
                    fragmentTransaction.replace(R.id.frame_container, fragment2);
                    fragmentTransaction.addToBackStack(null);
                    fragmentTransaction.commit();   
                }

Accessing a local website from another computer inside the local network in IIS 7

do not turn off firewall, Go Control Panel\System and Security\Windows Firewall then Advanced settings then Inbound Rules->From right pan choose New Rule-> Port-> TCP and type in port number 80 then give a name in next window, that's it.

How do I redirect in expressjs while passing some context?

The easiest way I have found to pass data between routeHandlers to use next() no need to mess with redirect or sessions. Optionally you could just call your homeCtrl(req,res) instead of next() and just pass the req and res

var express  = require('express');
var jade     = require('jade');
var http     = require("http");


var app    = express();
var server = http.createServer(app);

/////////////
// Routing //
/////////////

// Move route middleware into named
// functions
function homeCtrl(req, res) {

    // Prepare the context
    var context = req.dataProcessed;
    res.render('home.jade', context);
}

function categoryCtrl(req, res, next) {

    // Process the data received in req.body
    // instead of res.redirect('/');
    req.dataProcessed = somethingYouDid;
    return next();
    // optionally - Same effect
    // accept no need to define homeCtrl
    // as the last piece of middleware
    // return homeCtrl(req, res, next);
}

app.get('/', homeCtrl);

app.post('/category', categoryCtrl, homeCtrl);

Vue.JS: How to call function after page loaded?

You can use the mounted() Vue Lifecycle Hook. This will allow you to call a method before the page loads.

This is an implementation example:

HTML:

<div id="app">
  <h1>Welcome our site {{ name }}</h1>
</div>

JS:

var app = new Vue ({
    el: '#app',
    data: {
        name: ''
    },
    mounted: function() {
        this.askName() // Calls the method before page loads
    },
    methods: {
        // Declares the method
        askName: function(){
            this.name = prompt(`What's your name?`)
        }
    }
})

This will get the prompt method's value, insert it in the variable name and output in the DOM after the page loads. You can check the code sample here.

You can read more about Lifecycle Hooks here.

Why is JavaFX is not included in OpenJDK 8 on Ubuntu Wily (15.10)?

I use ubuntu 16.04 and because I already had openJDK installed, this command have solved the problem. Don't forget that JavaFX is part of OpenJDK.

sudo apt-get install openjfx

align right in a table cell with CSS

Use

text-align: right

The text-align CSS property describes how inline content like text is aligned in its parent block element. text-align does not control the alignment of block elements itself, only their inline content.

See

text-align

<td class='alnright'>text to be aligned to right</td>

<style>
    .alnright { text-align: right; }
</style>

How do you create a read-only user in PostgreSQL?

I read trough all the possible solutions, which are all fine, if you remember to connect to the database before you grant the things ;) Thanks anyway to all other solutions!!!

user@server:~$ sudo su - postgres

create psql user:

postgres@server:~$ createuser --interactive 
Enter name of role to add: readonly
Shall the new role be a superuser? (y/n) n
Shall the new role be allowed to create databases? (y/n) n
Shall the new role be allowed to create more new roles? (y/n) n

start psql cli and set a password for the created user:

postgres@server:~$ psql
psql (10.6 (Ubuntu 10.6-0ubuntu0.18.04.1), server 9.5.14)
Type "help" for help.

postgres=# alter user readonly with password 'readonly';
ALTER ROLE

connect to the target database:

postgres=# \c target_database 
psql (10.6 (Ubuntu 10.6-0ubuntu0.18.04.1), server 9.5.14)
You are now connected to database "target_database" as user "postgres".

grant all the needed privileges:

target_database=# GRANT CONNECT ON DATABASE target_database TO readonly;
GRANT

target_database=# GRANT USAGE ON SCHEMA public TO readonly ;
GRANT

target_database=# GRANT SELECT ON ALL TABLES IN SCHEMA public TO readonly ;
GRANT

alter default privileges for targets db public shema:

target_database=# ALTER DEFAULT PRIVILEGES IN SCHEMA public GRANT SELECT ON TABLES TO readonly;
ALTER DEFAULT PRIVILEGES

Scp command syntax for copying a folder from local machine to a remote server

In stall PuTTY in our system and set the environment variable PATH Pointing to putty path. open the command prompt and move to putty folder. Using PSCP command

Please check this

How to execute multiple commands in a single line

Googling gives me this:


Command A & Command B

Execute Command A, then execute Command B (no evaluation of anything)


Command A | Command B

Execute Command A, and redirect all its output into the input of Command B


Command A && Command B

Execute Command A, evaluate the errorlevel after running and if the exit code (errorlevel) is 0, only then execute Command B


Command A || Command B

Execute Command A, evaluate the exit code of this command and if it's anything but 0, only then execute Command B


Twitter Bootstrap Form File Element Upload Button

With some inspiration from other posts above, here is a full solution that combines what looks like a form-control field with an input-group-addon for a clean file input widget that includes a link to the current file.

_x000D_
_x000D_
.input-file { position: relative; margin: 60px 60px 0 } /* Remove margin, it is just for stackoverflow viewing */_x000D_
.input-file .input-group-addon { border: 0px; padding: 0px; }_x000D_
.input-file .input-group-addon .btn { border-radius: 0 4px 4px 0 }_x000D_
.input-file .input-group-addon input { cursor: pointer; position:absolute; width: 72px; z-index:2;top:0;right:0;filter: alpha(opacity=0);-ms-filter:"progid:DXImageTransform.Microsoft.Alpha(Opacity=0)";opacity:0; background-color:transparent; color:transparent; }
_x000D_
<script src="https://ajax.googleapis.com/ajax/libs/jquery/2.1.1/jquery.min.js"></script>_x000D_
<link rel="stylesheet" href="https://maxcdn.bootstrapcdn.com/bootstrap/3.3.1/css/bootstrap.min.css">_x000D_
<div class="input-group input-file">_x000D_
  <div class="form-control">_x000D_
    <a href="/path/to/your/current_file_name.pdf" target="_blank">current_file_name.pdf</a>_x000D_
  </div>_x000D_
  <span class="input-group-addon">_x000D_
    <a class='btn btn-primary' href='javascript:;'>_x000D_
      Browse_x000D_
      <input type="file" name="field_name" onchange="$(this).parent().parent().parent().find('.form-control').html($(this).val());">_x000D_
    </a>_x000D_
  </span>_x000D_
</div>
_x000D_
_x000D_
_x000D_

How to get a value from a cell of a dataframe?

If you have a DataFrame with only one row, then access the first (only) row as a Series using iloc, and then the value using the column name:

In [3]: sub_df
Out[3]:
          A         B
2 -0.133653 -0.030854

In [4]: sub_df.iloc[0]
Out[4]:
A   -0.133653
B   -0.030854
Name: 2, dtype: float64

In [5]: sub_df.iloc[0]['A']
Out[5]: -0.13365288513107493

Array versus linked-list

Merging two linked lists (especially two doubly linked lists) is much faster than merging two arrays (assuming the merge is destructive). The former takes O(1), the latter takes O(n).

EDIT: To clarify, I meant "merging" here in the unordered sense, not as in merge sort. Perhaps "concatenating" would have been a better word.

How to find files recursively by file type and copy them to a directory while in ssh?

Try this:

find . -name "*.pdf" -type f -exec cp {} ./pdfsfolder \;

postgresql: INSERT INTO ... (SELECT * ...)

This notation (first seen here) looks useful too:

insert into postagem (
  resumopostagem,
  textopostagem,
  dtliberacaopostagem,
  idmediaimgpostagem,
  idcatolico,
  idminisermao,
  idtipopostagem
) select
  resumominisermao,
  textominisermao,
  diaminisermao,
  idmediaimgminisermao,
  idcatolico ,
  idminisermao,
  1
from
  minisermao    

Confused by python file mode "w+"

I suspect there are two ways to handle what I think you'r trying to achieve.

1) which is obvious, is open the file for reading only, read it into memory then open the file with t, then write your changes.

2) use the low level file handling routines:

# Open file in RW , create if it doesn't exist. *Don't* pass O_TRUNC
 fd = os.open(filename, os.O_RDWR | os.O_CREAT)

Hope this helps..

Python can't find module in the same folder

I had a similar problem, I solved it by explicitly adding the file's directory to the path list:

import os
import sys

file_dir = os.path.dirname(__file__)
sys.path.append(file_dir)

After that, I had no problem importing from the same directory.

100% height minus header?

If your browser supports CSS3, try using the CSS element Calc()

height: calc(100% - 65px);

you might also want to adding browser compatibility options:

height: -o-calc(100% - 65px); /* opera */
height: -webkit-calc(100% - 65px); /* google, safari */
height: -moz-calc(100% - 65px); /* firefox */

also make sure you have spaces between values, see: https://stackoverflow.com/a/16291105/427622

Getting MAC Address

For Linux let me introduce a shell script that will show the mac address and allows to change it (MAC sniffing).

 ifconfig eth0 | grep HWaddr |cut -dH -f2|cut -d\  -f2
 00:26:6c:df:c3:95

Cut arguements may dffer (I am not an expert) try:

ifconfig etho | grep HWaddr
eth0      Link encap:Ethernet  HWaddr 00:26:6c:df:c3:95  

To change MAC we may do:

ifconfig eth0 down
ifconfig eth0 hw ether 00:80:48:BA:d1:30
ifconfig eth0 up

will change mac address to 00:80:48:BA:d1:30 (temporarily, will restore to actual one upon reboot).

How to input a string from user into environment variable from batch file

You can use set with the /p argument:

SET /P variable=[promptString]

The /P switch allows you to set the value of a variable to a line of input entered by the user. Displays the specified promptString before reading the line of input. The promptString can be empty.

So, simply use something like

set /p Input=Enter some text: 

Later you can use that variable as argument to a command:

myCommand %Input%

Be careful though, that if your input might contain spaces it's probably a good idea to quote it:

myCommand "%Input%"

How to get the first 2 letters of a string in Python?

Heres what the simple function would look like:

def firstTwo(string):
    return string[:2]

Regex for checking if a string is strictly alphanumeric

To check if a String is alphanumeric, you can use a method that goes through every character in the string and checks if it is alphanumeric.

    public static boolean isAlphaNumeric(String s){
            for(int i = 0; i < s.length(); i++){
                    char c = s.charAt(i);
                    if(!Character.isDigit(c) && !Character.isLetter(c))
                            return false;
            }
            return true;
    }

Is there such a thing as min-font-size and max-font-size?

I got some smooth results with these. It flows smoothly between the 3 width ranges, like a continuous piecewise function.

@media screen and (min-width: 581px) and (max-width: 1760px){
    #expandingHeader {
        line-height:5.2vw;
        font-size: 5.99vw;
    }
    #tagLine {
        letter-spacing: .15vw;
        font-size: 1.7vw;
        line-height:1.0vw;
    }
}

@media screen and (min-width: 1761px){
    #expandingHeader {
        line-height:.9em;
        font-size: 7.03em;

    }
    #tagLine {
        letter-spacing: .15vw;
        font-size: 1.7vw;
        line-height:1.0vw;
    }
}

@media screen and (max-width: 580px){
    #expandingHeader {
        line-height:.9em;
        font-size: 2.3em;
    }
    #tagLine {
        letter-spacing: .1em;
        font-size: .65em;
        line-height: .10em;
    }
}

How to install a specific version of Node on Ubuntu?

The Node.js project recently pushed out a new stable version with the 0.10.0 release Use the following command on Ubuntu 13x sudo apt-get install nodejs=0.10.18-1chl1~raring1

Reset the database (purge all), then seed a database

on Rails 6 you can now do something like

rake db:seed:replant This Truncates tables of each database for current environment and loads the seeds

https://blog.saeloun.com/2019/09/30/rails-6-adds-db-seed-replant-task-and-db-truncate_all.html

$ rails db:seed:replant --trace
** Invoke db:seed:replant (first_time)
** Invoke db:load_config (first_time)
** Invoke environment (first_time)
** Execute environment
** Execute db:load_config
** Invoke db:truncate_all (first_time)
** Invoke db:load_config
** Invoke db:check_protected_environments (first_time)
** Invoke db:load_config
** Execute db:check_protected_environments
** Execute db:truncate_all
** Invoke db:seed (first_time)
** Invoke db:load_config
** Execute db:seed
** Invoke db:abort_if_pending_migrations (first_time)
** Invoke db:load_config
** Execute db:abort_if_pending_migrations
** Execute db:seed:replant

A weighted version of random.choice

Here's is the version that is being included in the standard library for Python 3.6:

import itertools as _itertools
import bisect as _bisect

class Random36(random.Random):
    "Show the code included in the Python 3.6 version of the Random class"

    def choices(self, population, weights=None, *, cum_weights=None, k=1):
        """Return a k sized list of population elements chosen with replacement.

        If the relative weights or cumulative weights are not specified,
        the selections are made with equal probability.

        """
        random = self.random
        if cum_weights is None:
            if weights is None:
                _int = int
                total = len(population)
                return [population[_int(random() * total)] for i in range(k)]
            cum_weights = list(_itertools.accumulate(weights))
        elif weights is not None:
            raise TypeError('Cannot specify both weights and cumulative weights')
        if len(cum_weights) != len(population):
            raise ValueError('The number of weights does not match the population')
        bisect = _bisect.bisect
        total = cum_weights[-1]
        return [population[bisect(cum_weights, random() * total)] for i in range(k)]

Source: https://hg.python.org/cpython/file/tip/Lib/random.py#l340

range() for floats

A simpler library-less version

Aw, heck -- I'll toss in a simple library-less version. Feel free to improve on it[*]:

def frange(start=0, stop=1, jump=0.1):
    nsteps = int((stop-start)/jump)
    dy = stop-start
    # f(i) goes from start to stop as i goes from 0 to nsteps
    return [start + float(i)*dy/nsteps for i in range(nsteps)]

The core idea is that nsteps is the number of steps to get you from start to stop and range(nsteps) always emits integers so there's no loss of accuracy. The final step is to map [0..nsteps] linearly onto [start..stop].

edit

If, like alancalvitti you'd like the series to have exact rational representation, you can always use Fractions:

from fractions import Fraction

def rrange(start=0, stop=1, jump=0.1):
    nsteps = int((stop-start)/jump)
    return [Fraction(i, nsteps) for i in range(nsteps)]

[*] In particular, frange() returns a list, not a generator. But it sufficed for my needs.

How to do a scatter plot with empty circles in Python?

From the documentation for scatter:

Optional kwargs control the Collection properties; in particular:

    edgecolors:
        The string ‘none’ to plot faces with no outlines
    facecolors:
        The string ‘none’ to plot unfilled outlines

Try the following:

import matplotlib.pyplot as plt 
import numpy as np 

x = np.random.randn(60) 
y = np.random.randn(60)

plt.scatter(x, y, s=80, facecolors='none', edgecolors='r')
plt.show()

example image

Note: For other types of plots see this post on the use of markeredgecolor and markerfacecolor.

Illegal access: this web application instance has been stopped already

I suspect that this occurs after an attempt to undeploy your app. Do you ever kill off that thread that you've initialised during the init() process ? I would do this in the corresponding destroy() method.

Java: recommended solution for deep cloning/copying an instance

Joshua Bloch's book has a whole chapter entitled "Item 10: Override Clone Judiciously" in which he goes into why overriding clone for the most part is a bad idea because the Java spec for it creates many problems.

He provides a few alternatives:

  • Use a factory pattern in place of a constructor:

         public static Yum newInstance(Yum yum);
    
  • Use a copy constructor:

         public Yum(Yum yum);
    

All of the collection classes in Java support the copy constructor (e.g. new ArrayList(l);)

Reading a registry key in C#

You can use the following to get where the registry thinks it's installed:

(string)Registry.LocalMachine.GetValue(@"SOFTWARE\MyApplication\AppPath",
   "Installed", null);

Or you can use the following to find out where the application is actually being launched from:

System.Windows.Forms.Application.StartupPath

The latter is more reliable than the former if you're trying to use the .exe location as a relative path to find related files. The user could easily move things around after the install and still have the app work fine because .NET apps aren't so dependent upon the registry.

Using StartupPath, you could even do something clever like have your app update the registry entries at run time instead of crashing miserably due to missing/wrong/corrupted entries.

And be sure to look at the app settings functionality as storage for values rather than the registry (Properties.Settings.Default.mySettingEtc). You can read/write settings for the app and/or the user levels that get saved as simple MyApp.exe.config files in standard locations. A nice blast from the past (good old Win 3.1/DOS days) to have the application install/delete be a simple copy/delete of a folder structure or two rather than some convoluted, arcane install/uninstall routine that leaves all kinds of garbage in the registry and sprinkled all over the hard drive.

Media Queries: How to target desktop, tablet, and mobile?

Don't target specific devices or sizes!

The general wisdom is not to target specific devices or sizes, but to reframe the term 'breakpoint':

  • develop the site for mobile first using percentages or ems, not pixels,
  • then try it in a larger viewport and note where it begins to fail,
  • redesign the layout and add a CSS media query just to handle the broken parts,
  • repeat the process until you reach the next breakpoint.

You can use responsivepx.com to find the 'natural' breakpoints, as in 'breakpoints are dead' by Marc Drummond.

Use natural breakpoints

The 'breakpoints' then become the actual point at which your mobile design begins to 'break' i.e. cease to be usable or visually pleasing. Once you have a good working mobile site, without media queries, you can stop being concerned about specific sizes and simply add media queries that handle successively larger viewports.

If you're not trying to pin design to exact screen size, this approach works by removing the need to target specific devices. The integrity of the design itself at each breakpoint ensures that it will hold up at any size. In other words, if a menu/content section/whatever stops being usable at a certain size, design a breakpoint for that size, not for a specific device size.

See Lyza Gardner's post on behavioral breakpoints, and also Zeldman's post about Ethan Marcotte and how responsive web design evolved from the initial idea.

Use semantic markup

Further, the simpler and more semantic the DOM structure with nav, header, main, section, footer etc. (avoiding abominations like div class="header" with nested inner div tags) the easier it will be to engineer responsiveness, especially avoiding floats by using CSS Grid Layout (Sarah Drasner's grid generator is a great tool for this) and flexbox for arranging and re-ordering according to your RWD design plan.

Converting String to Int using try/except in Python

It is important to be specific about what exception you're trying to catch when using a try/except block.

string = "abcd"
try:
    string_int = int(string)
    print(string_int)
except ValueError:
    # Handle the exception
    print('Please enter an integer')

Try/Excepts are powerful because if something can fail in a number of different ways, you can specify how you want the program to react in each fail case.

What is the default value for Guid?

Create a Empty Guid or New Guid Using a Class...

Default value of Guid is 00000000-0000-0000-0000-000000000000

public class clsGuid  ---This is class Name
{
    public Guid MyGuid { get; set; }
}

static void Main(string[] args)
        {
            clsGuid cs = new clsGuid();   
            Console.WriteLine(cs.MyGuid); --this will give empty Guid  "00000000-0000-0000-0000-000000000000"

            cs.MyGuid = new Guid();
            Console.WriteLine(cs.MyGuid); ----this will also give empty Guid  "00000000-0000-0000-0000-000000000000"

            cs.MyGuid = Guid.NewGuid();
            Console.WriteLine(cs.MyGuid); --this way, it will give new guid  "d94828f8-7fa0-4dd0-bf91-49d81d5646af"

            Console.ReadKey(); --this line holding the output screen in console application...
        }

Convert a Unicode string to a string in Python (containing extra symbols)

Well, if you're willing/ready to switch to Python 3 (which you may not be due to the backwards incompatibility with some Python 2 code), you don't have to do any converting; all text in Python 3 is represented with Unicode strings, which also means that there's no more usage of the u'<text>' syntax. You also have what are, in effect, strings of bytes, which are used to represent data (which may be an encoded string).

http://docs.python.org/3.1/whatsnew/3.0.html#text-vs-data-instead-of-unicode-vs-8-bit

(Of course, if you're currently using Python 3, then the problem is likely something to do with how you're attempting to save the text to a file.)

What do pty and tty mean?

"tty" originally meant "teletype" and "pty" means "pseudo-teletype".

In UNIX, /dev/tty* is any device that acts like a "teletype", ie, a terminal. (Called teletype because that's what we had for terminals in those benighted days.)

A pty is a pseudotty, a device entry that acts like a terminal to the process reading and writing there, but is managed by something else. They first appeared (as I recall) for X Window and screen and the like, where you needed something that acted like a terminal but could be used from another program.

MetadataException when using Entity Framework Entity Connection

I had this problem when moving my .edmx database first model from one project to another.

I simply did the following:

  1. Deleted the connection strings in the app.config or web.config
  2. Deleted the 'Model.edmx'
  3. Re-added the model to the project.

How to use boolean 'and' in Python

Try this:

i = 5
ii = 10
if i == 5 and ii == 10:
      print "i is 5 and ii is 10"

Edit: Oh, and you dont need that semicolon on the last line (edit to remove it from my code).

How to handle change of checkbox using jQuery?

$("input[type=checkbox]").on("change", function() { 

    if (this.checked) {

      //do your stuff

     }
});

Install a .NET windows service without InstallUtil.exe

Here is a class I use when writing services. I usually have an interactive screen that comes up when the service is not called. From there I use the class as needed. It allows for multiple named instances on the same machine -hence the InstanceID field

Sample Call

  IntegratedServiceInstaller Inst = new IntegratedServiceInstaller();
  Inst.Install("MySvc", "My Sample Service", "Service that executes something",
                    _InstanceID,
// System.ServiceProcess.ServiceAccount.LocalService,      // this is more secure, but only available in XP and above and WS-2003 and above
  System.ServiceProcess.ServiceAccount.LocalSystem,       // this is required for WS-2000
  System.ServiceProcess.ServiceStartMode.Automatic);
  if (controller == null)
  {
    controller = new System.ServiceProcess.ServiceController(String.Format("MySvc_{0}", _InstanceID), ".");
                }
                if (controller.Status == System.ServiceProcess.ServiceControllerStatus.Running)
                {
                    Start_Stop.Text = "Stop Service";
                    Start_Stop_Debugging.Enabled = false;
                }
                else
                {
                    Start_Stop.Text = "Start Service";
                    Start_Stop_Debugging.Enabled = true;
                }

The class itself

using System;
using System.Collections.Generic;
using System.Text;
using System.Diagnostics;
using Microsoft.Win32;

namespace MySvc
{
    class IntegratedServiceInstaller
    {
        public void Install(String ServiceName, String DisplayName, String Description,
            String InstanceID,
            System.ServiceProcess.ServiceAccount Account, 
            System.ServiceProcess.ServiceStartMode StartMode)
        {
            //http://www.theblacksparrow.com/
            System.ServiceProcess.ServiceProcessInstaller ProcessInstaller = new System.ServiceProcess.ServiceProcessInstaller();
            ProcessInstaller.Account = Account;

            System.ServiceProcess.ServiceInstaller SINST = new System.ServiceProcess.ServiceInstaller();

            System.Configuration.Install.InstallContext Context = new System.Configuration.Install.InstallContext();
            string processPath = Process.GetCurrentProcess().MainModule.FileName;
            if (processPath != null && processPath.Length > 0)
            {
                System.IO.FileInfo fi = new System.IO.FileInfo(processPath);

                String path = String.Format("/assemblypath={0}", fi.FullName);
                String[] cmdline = { path };
                Context = new System.Configuration.Install.InstallContext("", cmdline);
            }

            SINST.Context = Context;
            SINST.DisplayName = String.Format("{0} - {1}", DisplayName, InstanceID);
            SINST.Description = String.Format("{0} - {1}", Description, InstanceID);
            SINST.ServiceName = String.Format("{0}_{1}", ServiceName, InstanceID);
            SINST.StartType = StartMode;
            SINST.Parent = ProcessInstaller;

            // http://bytes.com/forum/thread527221.html
            SINST.ServicesDependedOn = new String[] { "Spooler", "Netlogon", "Netman" };

            System.Collections.Specialized.ListDictionary state = new System.Collections.Specialized.ListDictionary();
            SINST.Install(state);

            // http://www.dotnet247.com/247reference/msgs/43/219565.aspx
            using (RegistryKey oKey = Registry.LocalMachine.OpenSubKey(String.Format(@"SYSTEM\CurrentControlSet\Services\{0}_{1}", ServiceName, InstanceID), true))
            {
                try
                {
                    Object sValue = oKey.GetValue("ImagePath");
                    oKey.SetValue("ImagePath", sValue);
                }
                catch (Exception Ex)
                {
                    System.Windows.Forms.MessageBox.Show(Ex.Message);
                }
            }

        }
        public void Uninstall(String ServiceName, String InstanceID)
        {
            //http://www.theblacksparrow.com/
            System.ServiceProcess.ServiceInstaller SINST = new System.ServiceProcess.ServiceInstaller();

            System.Configuration.Install.InstallContext Context = new System.Configuration.Install.InstallContext("c:\\install.log", null);
            SINST.Context = Context;
            SINST.ServiceName = String.Format("{0}_{1}", ServiceName, InstanceID);
            SINST.Uninstall(null);
        }
    }
}

How to save and extract session data in codeigniter

In codeigniter we are able to store session values in a database. In the config.php file make the sess_use_database variable true

$config['sess_use_database'] = TRUE;
$config['sess_table_name'] = 'ci_sessions';

and create a ci_session table in the database

CREATE TABLE IF NOT EXISTS  `ci_sessions` (
    session_id varchar(40) DEFAULT '0' NOT NULL,
    ip_address varchar(45) DEFAULT '0' NOT NULL,
    user_agent varchar(120) NOT NULL,
    last_activity int(10) unsigned DEFAULT 0 NOT NULL,
    user_data text NOT NULL,
    PRIMARY KEY (session_id),
    KEY `last_activity_idx` (`last_activity`)
);

For more details and reference, click here

Mac OS X - EnvironmentError: mysql_config not found

I am running Python 3.6 on MacOS Catalina. My issue was that I tried to install mysqlclient==1.4.2.post1 and it keeps throwing mysql_config not found error.

This is the steps I took to solve the issue.

  1. Install mysql-connector-c using brew (if you have mysql already install unlink first brew unlink mysql) - brew install mysql-connector-c
  2. Open mysql_config and edit the file around line 112
# Create options 
libs="-L$pkglibdir"
libs="$libs -lmysqlclient -lssl -lcrypto"
  1. brew info openssl - this will give you more information on what needs to be done about putting openssl in PATH
  2. in relation to step 3, you need to do this to put openssl in PATH - echo 'export PATH="/usr/local/opt/openssl/bin:$PATH"' >> ~/.bash_profile
  3. for compilers to find openssl - export LDFLAGS="-L/usr/local/opt/openssl/lib"
  4. for compilers to find openssl - export CPPFLAGS="-I/usr/local/opt/openssl/include"

How to Add Stacktrace or debug Option when Building Android Studio Project

On the Mac version of Android Studio Beta 1.2, it's under

Android Studio->preferences->Build, Execution, Deployment->Compiler

Difference between setUp() and setUpBeforeClass()

From the Javadoc:

Sometimes several tests need to share computationally expensive setup (like logging into a database). While this can compromise the independence of tests, sometimes it is a necessary optimization. Annotating a public static void no-arg method with @BeforeClass causes it to be run once before any of the test methods in the class. The @BeforeClass methods of superclasses will be run before those the current class.

Pandas aggregate count distinct

How about either of:

>>> df
         date  duration user_id
0  2013-04-01        30    0001
1  2013-04-01        15    0001
2  2013-04-01        20    0002
3  2013-04-02        15    0002
4  2013-04-02        30    0002
>>> df.groupby("date").agg({"duration": np.sum, "user_id": pd.Series.nunique})
            duration  user_id
date                         
2013-04-01        65        2
2013-04-02        45        1
>>> df.groupby("date").agg({"duration": np.sum, "user_id": lambda x: x.nunique()})
            duration  user_id
date                         
2013-04-01        65        2
2013-04-02        45        1

535-5.7.8 Username and Password not accepted

UPDATE:

Notice: This setting is not available for accounts with 2-Step Verification enabled, which mean you have to disable 2 factor authentication.

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If you disable the 2-Step Verification:

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invalid new-expression of abstract class type

Another possible cause for future Googlers

I had this issue because a method I was trying to implement required a std::unique_ptr<Queue>(myQueue) as a parameter, but the Queue class is abstract. I solved that by using a QueuePtr(myQueue) constructor like so:

using QueuePtr = std::unique_ptr<Queue>;

and used that in the parameter list instead. This fixes it because the initializer tries to create a copy of Queue when you make a std::unique_ptr of its type, which can't happen.

Directory-tree listing in Python

This is a way to traverse every file and directory in a directory tree:

import os

for dirname, dirnames, filenames in os.walk('.'):
    # print path to all subdirectories first.
    for subdirname in dirnames:
        print(os.path.join(dirname, subdirname))

    # print path to all filenames.
    for filename in filenames:
        print(os.path.join(dirname, filename))

    # Advanced usage:
    # editing the 'dirnames' list will stop os.walk() from recursing into there.
    if '.git' in dirnames:
        # don't go into any .git directories.
        dirnames.remove('.git')

How to read/write from/to file using Go?

The Read method takes a byte parameter because that is the buffer it will read into. It's a common Idiom in some circles and makes some sense when you think about it.

This way you can determine how many bytes will be read by the reader and inspect the return to see how many bytes actually were read and handle any errors appropriately.

As others have pointed in their answers bufio is probably what you want for reading from most files.

I'll add one other hint since it's really useful. Reading a line from a file is best accomplished not by the ReadLine method but the ReadBytes or ReadString method instead.

npm not working - "read ECONNRESET"

This is what worked for me:

proxy = http://1.1.1.1:3128/
https_proxy = http://1.1.1.1:3128/
strict-ssl = false
ca = null
registry = http://registry.npmjs.org/

Answer found here: https://fak3r.com/2015/07/31/howto-use-npm-behind-a-corporate-proxy/

how to change class name of an element by jquery

Instead of removeClass and addClass, you can also do it like this:

$('.IsBestAnswer').toggleClass('IsBestAnswer bestanswer');

How can I create a carriage return in my C# string

string myHTML = "some words " + Environment.NewLine + "more words");

How to access parent scope from within a custom directive *with own scope* in AngularJS?

Having tried everything, I finally came up with a solution.

Just place the following in your template:

{{currentDirective.attr = parentDirective.attr; ''}}

It just writes the parent scope attribute/variable you want to access to the current scope.

Also notice the ; '' at the end of the statement, it's to make sure there's no output in your template. (Angular evaluates every statement, but only outputs the last one).

It's a bit hacky, but after a few hours of trial and error, it does the job.

How to click or tap on a TextView text

This may not be quite what you are looking for but this is what worked for what I'm doing. All of this is after my onCreate:

boilingpointK = (TextView) findViewById(R.id.boilingpointK);

boilingpointK.setOnClickListener(new View.OnClickListener() {
    @Override
    public void onClick(View v) {
        if ("Boiling Point K".equals(boilingpointK.getText().toString()))
            boilingpointK.setText("2792");
        else if ("2792".equals(boilingpointK.getText().toString()))
            boilingpointK.setText("Boiling Point K");
    }
});

What is a None value?

The book you refer to is clearly trying to greatly simplify the meaning of None. Python variables don't have an initial, empty state – Python variables are bound (only) when they're defined. You can't create a Python variable without giving it a value.

>>> print(x)
Traceback (most recent call last):
  File "<stdin>", line 1, in <module>
NameError: name 'x' is not defined
>>> def test(x):
...   print(x)
... 
>>> test()
Traceback (most recent call last):
  File "<stdin>", line 1, in <module>
TypeError: test() takes exactly 1 argument (0 given)
>>> def test():
...   print(x)
... 
>>> test()
Traceback (most recent call last):
  File "<stdin>", line 1, in <module>
  File "<stdin>", line 2, in test
NameError: global name 'x' is not defined

but sometimes you want to make a function mean different things depending on whether a variable is defined or not. You can create an argument with a default value of None:

>>> def test(x=None):
...   if x is None:
...     print('no x here')
...   else:
...     print(x)
... 
>>> test()
no x here
>>> test('x!')
x!

The fact that this value is the special None value is not terribly important in this case. I could've used any default value:

>>> def test(x=-1):
...   if x == -1:
...     print('no x here')
...   else:
...     print(x)
... 
>>> test()
no x here
>>> test('x!')
x!

…but having None around gives us two benefits:

  1. We don't have to pick a special value like -1 whose meaning is unclear, and
  2. Our function may actually need to handle -1 as a normal input.
>>> test(-1)
no x here

oops!

So the book is a little misleading mostly in its use of the word reset – assigning None to a name is a signal to a programmer that that value isn't being used or that the function should behave in some default way, but to reset a value to its original, undefined state you must use the del keyword:

>>> x = 3
>>> x
3
>>> del x
>>> x
Traceback (most recent call last):
  File "<stdin>", line 1, in <module>
NameError: name 'x' is not defined

How to generate random positive and negative numbers in Java

You random on (0, 32767+32768) then subtract by 32768

How to check if a table exists in MS Access for vb macros

Access has some sort of system tables You can read about it a little here you can fire the folowing query to see if it exists ( 1 = it exists, 0 = it doesnt ;))

SELECT Count([MSysObjects].[Name]) AS [Count]
FROM MSysObjects
WHERE (((MSysObjects.Name)="TblObject") AND ((MSysObjects.Type)=1));

Generating a SHA-256 hash from the Linux command line

echo will normally output a newline, which is suppressed with -n. Try this:

echo -n foobar | sha256sum

Repeat-until or equivalent loop in Python

REPEAT
    ...
UNTIL cond

Is equivalent to

while True:
    ...
    if cond:
        break

How to show full column content in a Spark Dataframe?

results.show(20, False) or results.show(20, false) depending on whether you are running it on Java/Scala/Python

How to use select/option/NgFor on an array of objects in Angular2

I don't know what things were like in the alpha, but I'm using beta 12 right now and this works fine. If you have an array of objects, create a select like this:

<select [(ngModel)]="simpleValue"> // value is a string or number
    <option *ngFor="let obj of objArray" [value]="obj.value">{{obj.name}}</option>
</select>

If you want to match on the actual object, I'd do it like this:

<select [(ngModel)]="objValue"> // value is an object
    <option *ngFor="let obj of objArray" [ngValue]="obj">{{obj.name}}</option>
</select>

What is the meaning of # in URL and how can I use that?

Yes, it is mainly to anchor your keywords, in particular the location of your page, so whenever URL loads the page with particular anchor name, then it will be pointed to that particular location.

For example, www.something.com/some_page/#computer if it is very lengthy page and you want to show exactly computer then you can anchor.

<p> adfadsf </p>
<p> adfadsf </p>
<p> adfadsf </p>
<a name="computer"></a><p> Computer topics </p>
<p> adfadsf </p>

Now the page will scroll and bring computer-related topics to the top.

Is there any pythonic way to combine two dicts (adding values for keys that appear in both)?

Merging three dicts a,b,c in a single line without any other modules or libs

If we have the three dicts

a = {"a":9}
b = {"b":7}
c = {'b': 2, 'd': 90}

Merge all with a single line and return a dict object using

c = dict(a.items() + b.items() + c.items())

Returning

{'a': 9, 'b': 2, 'd': 90}

react hooks useEffect() cleanup for only componentWillUnmount?

instead of creating too many complicated functions and methods what I do is I create an event listener and automatically have mount and unmount done for me without having to worry about doing it manually. Here is an example.

//componentDidMount
useEffect( () => {

    window.addEventListener("load",  pageLoad);

    //component will unmount
    return () => {
       
        window.removeEventListener("load", pageLoad);
    }

 });

now that this part is done I just run anything I want from the pageLoad function like this.

const pageLoad = () =>{
console.log(I was mounted and unmounted automatically :D)}

How do I download a file from the internet to my linux server with Bash

You can use the command wget to download from command line. Specifically, you could use

wget http://download.oracle.com/otn-pub/java/jdk/7u10-b18/jdk-7u10-linux-x64.tar.gz

However because Oracle requires you to accept a license agreement this may not work (and I am currently unable to test it).

How to get the previous page URL using JavaScript?

<script type="text/javascript">
    document.write(document.referrer);
</script>

document.referrer serves your purpose, but it doesn't work for Internet Explorer versions earlier than IE9.

It will work for other popular browsers, like Chrome, Mozilla, Opera, Safari etc.

Get age from Birthdate

JsFiddle

You can calculate with Dates.

var birthdate = new Date("1990/1/1");
var cur = new Date();
var diff = cur-birthdate; // This is the difference in milliseconds
var age = Math.floor(diff/31557600000); // Divide by 1000*60*60*24*365.25

PHP syntax question: What does the question mark and colon mean?

It's the ternary form of the if-else operator. The above statement basically reads like this:

if ($add_review) then {
    return FALSE; //$add_review evaluated as True
} else {
    return $arg //$add_review evaluated as False
}

See here for more details on ternary op in PHP: http://www.addedbytes.com/php/ternary-conditionals/

Convert object string to JSON

Maybe you have to try this:

str = jQuery.parseJSON(str)

Using a .php file to generate a MySQL dump

To dump database using shell_exec(), below is the method :

shell_exec('mysqldump -h localhost -u username -ppassword databasename  | gzip > dbname.sql.gz');

Setting Environment Variables for Node to retrieve

Came across a nice tool for doing this.

node-env-file

Parses and loads environment files (containing ENV variable exports) into Node.js environment, i.e. process.env - Uses this style:

.env

# some env variables

FOO=foo1
BAR=bar1
BAZ=1
QUX=
# QUUX=

How can I install Python's pip3 on my Mac?

Python 3 was working successfully, but without pip3. I tried advice from Stack Overflow, Quora and others (numerous installs and uninstalls).

Python 3 was always fine, but without pip3. Finally I downloaded Python3 from: https://www.python.org/downloads/

By simple mouse clicks and everything (Python 3 + pip3), it is working fine now.

Set the value of a variable with the result of a command in a Windows batch file

Set "dateTime="
For /F %%A In ('powershell get-date -format "{yyyyMMdd_HHmm}"') Do Set "dateTime=%%A"
echo %dateTime%
pause

enter image description here Official Microsoft docs for for command

Twig for loop for arrays with keys

These are extended operations (e.g., sort, reverse) for one dimensional and two dimensional arrays in Twig framework:

1D Array

Without Key Sort and Reverse

{% for key, value in array_one_dimension %}
    <div>{{ key }}</div>
    <div>{{ value }}</div>
{% endfor %}

Key Sort

{% for key, value in array_one_dimension|keys|sort %}
    <div>{{ key }}</div>
    <div>{{ value }}</div>
{% endfor %}

Key Sort and Reverse

{% for key, value in array_one_dimension|keys|sort|reverse %}
    <div>{{ key }}</div>
    <div>{{ value }}</div>
{% endfor %}

2D Arrays

Without Key Sort and Reverse

{% for key_a, value_a in array_two_dimension %}
    {% for key_b, value_b in array_two_dimension[key_a] %}
        <div>{{ key_b }}</div>
        <div>{{ value_b }}</div>
    {% endfor %}
{% endfor %}

Key Sort on Outer Array

{% for key_a, value_a in array_two_dimension|keys|sort %}
    {% for key_b, value_b in array_two_dimension[key_a] %}
        <div>{{ key_b }}</div>
        <div>{{ value_b }}</div>
    {% endfor %}
{% endfor %}

Key Sort on Both Outer and Inner Arrays

{% for key_a, value_a in array_two_dimension|keys|sort %}
    {% for key_b, value_b in array_two_dimension[key_a]|keys|sort %}
        <div>{{ key_b }}</div>
        <div>{{ value_b }}</div>
    {% endfor %}
{% endfor %}

Key Sort on Outer Array & Key Sort and Reverse on Inner Array

{% for key_a, value_a in array_two_dimension|keys|sort %}
    {% for key_b, value_b in array_two_dimension[key_a]|keys|sort|reverse %}
        <div>{{ key_b }}</div>
        <div>{{ value_b }}</div>
    {% endfor %}
{% endfor %}

Key Sort and Reverse on Outer Array & Key Sort on Inner Array

{% for key_a, value_a in array_two_dimension|keys|sort|reverse %}
    {% for key_b, value_b in array_two_dimension[key_a]|keys|sort %}
        <div>{{ key_b }}</div>
        <div>{{ value_b }}</div>
    {% endfor %}
{% endfor %}

Key Sort and Reverse on Both Outer and Inner Array

{% for key_a, value_a in array_two_dimension|keys|sort|reverse %}
    {% for key_b, value_b in array_two_dimension[key_a]|keys|sort|reverse %}
        <div>{{ key_b }}</div>
        <div>{{ value_b }}</div>
    {% endfor %}
{% endfor %}

Capturing a form submit with jquery and .submit

try this:

Use ´return false´ for to cut the flow of the event:

$('#login_form').submit(function() {
    var data = $("#login_form :input").serializeArray();
    alert('Handler for .submit() called.');
    return false;  // <- cancel event
});

Edit

corroborate if the form element with the 'length' of jQuery:

alert($('#login_form').length) // if is == 0, not found form
$('#login_form').submit(function() {
    var data = $("#login_form :input").serializeArray();
    alert('Handler for .submit() called.');
    return false;  // <- cancel event
});

OR:

it waits for the DOM is ready:

jQuery(function() {

    alert($('#login_form').length) // if is == 0, not found form
    $('#login_form').submit(function() {
        var data = $("#login_form :input").serializeArray();
        alert('Handler for .submit() called.');
        return false;  // <- cancel event
    });

});

Do you put your code inside the event "ready" the document or after the DOM is ready?

Android: How do I get string from resources using its name?

String myString = getString(R.string.mystring);

easy way

Error 80040154 (Class not registered exception) when initializing VCProjectEngineObject (Microsoft.VisualStudio.VCProjectEngine.dll)

There are not many good reasons this would fail, especially the regsvr32 step. Run dumpbin /exports on that dll. If you don't see DllRegisterServer then you've got a corrupt install. It should have more side-effects, you wouldn't be able to build C/C++ projects anymore.

One standard failure mode is running this on a 64-bit operating system. This is 32-bit unmanaged code, you would indeed get the 'class not registered' exception. Project + Properties, Build tab, change Platform Target to x86.

jquery save json data object in cookie

You can serialize the data as JSON, like this:

$.cookie("basket-data", JSON.stringify($("#ArticlesHolder").data()));

Then to get it from the cookie:

$("#ArticlesHolder").data(JSON.parse($.cookie("basket-data")));

This relies on JSON.stringify() and JSON.parse() to serialize/deserialize your data object, for older browsers (IE<8) include json2.js to get the JSON functionality. This example uses the jQuery cookie plugin

while ($row = mysql_fetch_array($result)) - how many loops are being performed?

I'm assuming mysql_fetch_array() perfroms a loop, so I'm interested in if using a while() in conjunction with it, if it saves a nested loop.

No. mysql_fetch_array just returns the next row of the result and advances the internal pointer. It doesn't loop. (Internally it may or may not use some loop somewhere, but that's irrelevant.)

while ($row = mysql_fetch_array($result)) {
   ...
}

This does the following:

  1. mysql_fetch_array retrieves and returns the next row
  2. the row is assigned to $row
  3. the expression is evaluated and if it evaluates to true, the contents of the loop are executed
  4. the procedure begins anew
$row = mysql_fetch_array($result);
foreach($row as $r) {
    ...
}

This does the following:

  1. mysql_fetch_array retrieves and returns the next row
  2. the row is assigned to $row
  3. foreach loops over the contents of the array and executes the contents of the loop as many times as there are items in the array

In both cases mysql_fetch_array does exactly the same thing. You have only as many loops as you write. Both constructs do not do the same thing though. The second will only act on one row of the result, while the first will loop over all rows.

How is Pythons glob.glob ordered?

By checking the source code of glob.glob you see that it internally calls os.listdir, described here:

http://docs.python.org/library/os.html?highlight=os.listdir#os.listdir

Key sentence: os.listdir(path) Return a list containing the names of the entries in the directory given by path. The list is in arbitrary order. It does not include the special entries '.' and '..' even if they are present in the directory.

Arbitrary order. :)

java get file size efficiently

The benchmark given by GHad measures lots of other stuff (such as reflection, instantiating objects, etc.) besides getting the length. If we try to get rid of these things then for one call I get the following times in microseconds:

   file sum___19.0, per Iteration___19.0
    raf sum___16.0, per Iteration___16.0
channel sum__273.0, per Iteration__273.0

For 100 runs and 10000 iterations I get:

   file sum__1767629.0, per Iteration__1.7676290000000001
    raf sum___881284.0, per Iteration__0.8812840000000001
channel sum___414286.0, per Iteration__0.414286

I did run the following modified code giving as an argument the name of a 100MB file.

import java.io.*;
import java.nio.channels.*;
import java.net.*;
import java.util.*;

public class FileSizeBench {

  private static File file;
  private static FileChannel channel;
  private static RandomAccessFile raf;

  public static void main(String[] args) throws Exception {
    int runs = 1;
    int iterations = 1;

    file = new File(args[0]);
    channel = new FileInputStream(args[0]).getChannel();
    raf = new RandomAccessFile(args[0], "r");

    HashMap<String, Double> times = new HashMap<String, Double>();
    times.put("file", 0.0);
    times.put("channel", 0.0);
    times.put("raf", 0.0);

    long start;
    for (int i = 0; i < runs; ++i) {
      long l = file.length();

      start = System.nanoTime();
      for (int j = 0; j < iterations; ++j)
        if (l != file.length()) throw new Exception();
      times.put("file", times.get("file") + System.nanoTime() - start);

      start = System.nanoTime();
      for (int j = 0; j < iterations; ++j)
        if (l != channel.size()) throw new Exception();
      times.put("channel", times.get("channel") + System.nanoTime() - start);

      start = System.nanoTime();
      for (int j = 0; j < iterations; ++j)
        if (l != raf.length()) throw new Exception();
      times.put("raf", times.get("raf") + System.nanoTime() - start);
    }
    for (Map.Entry<String, Double> entry : times.entrySet()) {
        System.out.println(
            entry.getKey() + " sum: " + 1e-3 * entry.getValue() +
            ", per Iteration: " + (1e-3 * entry.getValue() / runs / iterations));
    }
  }
}

Current Subversion revision command

  1. First of all svn status has the revision number, you can read it from there.

  2. Also, each file that you store in SVN can store the revision number in itself -- add the $Rev$ keyword to your file and run propset: svn propset svn:keywords "Revision" file

  3. Finally, the revision number is also in .svn/entries file, fourth line

Now each time you checkout that file, it will have the revision in itself.

How to fix a Div to top of page with CSS only

You can simply make the top div fixed:

#top { position: fixed; top: 20px; left: 20px; }

how to get 2 digits after decimal point in tsql?

Try this one -

DECLARE @i FLOAT = 6.677756

SELECT 
      ROUND(@i, 2)
    , FORMAT(@i, 'N2')
    , CAST(@i AS DECIMAL(18,2))
    , SUBSTRING(PARSENAME(CAST(@i AS VARCHAR(10)), 1), PATINDEX('%.%', CAST(@i AS VARCHAR(10))) - 1, 2)
    , FLOOR((@i - FLOOR(@i)) * 100)

Output:

----------------------
6,68
6.68
6.68
67
67

Error: EACCES: permission denied

This command fix the issue. It worked for me:

sudo npm install -g --unsafe-perm=true --allow-root

How to format font style and color in echo

echo "<span style = 'font-color: #ff0000'> Movie List for {$key} 2013 </span>";

Variables are only expanded inside double quotes, not single quotes. Since the above uses double quotes for the PHP string, I switched to single quotes for the embedded HTML, to avoid having to escape the quotes.

The other problem with your code is that <style> tags are for entering CSS blocks, not for styling individual elements. To style an element, you need an element tag with a style attribute; <span> is the simplest element -- it doesn't have any formatting of its own, it just serves as a place to attach attributes.

Another popular way to write it is with string concatenation:

echo '<span style = "font-color: #ff0000"> Movie List for ' . $key . ' 2013 </span>';

Activate tabpage of TabControl

tabControl1.SelectedTab = MyTab;

php Replacing multiple spaces with a single space

$output = preg_replace('/\s+/', ' ',$input);

\s is shorthand for [ \t\n\r]. Multiple spaces will be replaced with single space.

Sending SMS from PHP

PHP by itself has no SMS module or functions and doesn't allow you to send SMS.

SMS ( Short Messaging System) is a GSM technology an you need a GSM provider that will provide this service for you and may have an PHP API implementation for it.

Usually people in telecom business use Asterisk to handle calls and sms programming.

How to save CSS changes of Styles panel of Chrome Developer Tools?

UPDATE 2019: As other answers are bit outdated, I'll add updated one here. In latest version there's no need to map the chrome folder to filesystem.

enter image description here

So, suppose I have a web folder containing HTML,CSS,JS files in desktop which i want to be updated when I make changes in chrome:=

1) You'd need a running local server like node etc, alternatively this vscode extension creates the server for you: live server VSCode extension, install it, run the server.

2) load the html page in chrome from running local server.

3) Open devTools->Sources->Filesystem->Add folder to workspace

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4) Add the folder which is used in running local server. No additional mapping is required in latest chrome! Ta-da!

More on it Edit Files With Workspaces

Note that the changes made on the styles tab will NOT reflect on the filesystem files.
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Instead you need to go to devtools->source->your_folder and then make your changes there and reload the page to see the effect.

javac error: Class names are only accepted if annotation processing is explicitly requested

Using javac ClassName.java to compile the program, then use java ClassName to execute the compiled code. You can't mix javac with the ClassName only (without the java extension).

How to append data to div using JavaScript?

If you want to do it fast and don't want to lose references and listeners use: .insertAdjacentHTML();

"It does not reparse the element it is being used on and thus it does not corrupt the existing elements inside the element. This, and avoiding the extra step of serialization make it much faster than direct innerHTML manipulation."

Supported on all mainline browsers (IE6+, FF8+,All Others and Mobile): http://caniuse.com/#feat=insertadjacenthtml

Example from https://developer.mozilla.org/en-US/docs/Web/API/Element/insertAdjacentHTML

// <div id="one">one</div>
var d1 = document.getElementById('one');
d1.insertAdjacentHTML('afterend', '<div id="two">two</div>');

// At this point, the new structure is:
// <div id="one">one</div><div id="two">two</div>

How to output in CLI during execution of PHP Unit tests?

This was taken from PHPUnit Docs about Fixtures.

This should allow you to dump information at any point durring the phpunit test life cycle.

Just replace __METHOD__ in the code below with whatever you want to output

Example 4.2: Example showing all template methods available

<?php
class TemplateMethodsTest extends PHPUnit_Framework_TestCase
{
    public static function setUpBeforeClass()
    {
        fwrite(STDOUT, __METHOD__ . "\n");
    }

    protected function setUp()
    {
        fwrite(STDOUT, __METHOD__ . "\n");
    }

    protected function assertPreConditions()
    {
        fwrite(STDOUT, __METHOD__ . "\n");
    }

    public function testOne()
    {
        fwrite(STDOUT, __METHOD__ . "\n");
        $this->assertTrue(TRUE);
    }

    public function testTwo()
    {
        fwrite(STDOUT, __METHOD__ . "\n");
        $this->assertTrue(FALSE);
    }

    protected function assertPostConditions()
    {
        fwrite(STDOUT, __METHOD__ . "\n");
    }

    protected function tearDown()
    {
        fwrite(STDOUT, __METHOD__ . "\n");
    }

    public static function tearDownAfterClass()
    {
        fwrite(STDOUT, __METHOD__ . "\n");
    }

    protected function onNotSuccessfulTest(Exception $e)
    {
        fwrite(STDOUT, __METHOD__ . "\n");
        throw $e;
    }
}
?>

OperationalError: database is locked

Already lot of Answers are available here, even I want to share my case , this may help someone..

I have opened the connection in Python API to update values, I'll close connection only after receiving server response. Here what I did was I have opened connection to do some other operation in server as well before closing the connection in Python API.

How to set focus on a view when a layout is created and displayed?

You should add this:

android:focusableInTouchMode="true"

X-Frame-Options on apache

What did it for me was the following, I've added the following directive in both the http <VirtualHost *:80> and https <VirtualHost *:443> virtual host blocks:

ServerName your-app.com
ServerAlias www.your-app.com

Header always unset X-Frame-Options
Header set X-Frame-Options "SAMEORIGIN"

The reasoning behind this? Well by default if set, the server does not reset the X-Frame-Options header so we need to first always remove the default value, in my case it was DENY, and then with the next rule we set it to the desired value, in my case SAMEORIGIN. Of course you can use the Header set X-Frame-Options ALLOW-FROM ... rule as well.

CSS horizontal scroll

try using table structure, it's more back compatible. Check this outHorizontal Scrolling using Tables

How to make a redirection on page load in JSF 1.x

you should use action instead of actionListener:

<h:commandLink id="close" action="#{bean.close}" value="Close" immediate="true" 
                                   />

and in close method you right something like:

public String close() {
   return "index?faces-redirect=true";
}

where index is one of your pages(index.xhtml)

Of course, all this staff should be written in our original page, not in the intermediate. And inside the close() method you can use the parameters to dynamically choose where to redirect.

Arduino Tools > Serial Port greyed out

Same comment as Philip Kirkbride. It wasn't a permission issue, but using the Arduino IDE downloaded from their website solved my problem. Thanks! Michael

RVM is not a function, selecting rubies with 'rvm use ...' will not work

My env is OSX Yosemite. Had the same issue .... solved by adding the following

1) edit and add the following line to .bash_profile file.

[[ -s "$HOME/.rvm/scripts/rvm" ]] && . "$HOME/.rvm/scripts/rvm"

2) Restart terminal and try RVM command again

GIT_DISCOVERY_ACROSS_FILESYSTEM problem when working with terminal and MacFusion

I got this error until I realized that I hadn't intialized a Git repository in that folder, on a mounted vagrant machine.

So I typed git init and then git worked.

What does it mean to bind a multicast (UDP) socket?

The "bind" operation is basically saying, "use this local UDP port for sending and receiving data. In other words, it allocates that UDP port for exclusive use for your application. (Same holds true for TCP sockets).

When you bind to "0.0.0.0" (INADDR_ANY), you are basically telling the TCP/IP layer to use all available adapters for listening and to choose the best adapter for sending. This is standard practice for most socket code. The only time you wouldn't specify 0 for the IP address is when you want to send/receive on a specific network adapter.

Similarly if you specify a port value of 0 during bind, the OS will assign a randomly available port number for that socket. So I would expect for UDP multicast, you bind to INADDR_ANY on a specific port number where multicast traffic is expected to be sent to.

The "join multicast group" operation (IP_ADD_MEMBERSHIP) is needed because it basically tells your network adapter to listen not only for ethernet frames where the destination MAC address is your own, it also tells the ethernet adapter (NIC) to listen for IP multicast traffic as well for the corresponding multicast ethernet address. Each multicast IP maps to a multicast ethernet address. When you use a socket to send to a specific multicast IP, the destination MAC address on the ethernet frame is set to the corresponding multicast MAC address for the multicast IP. When you join a multicast group, you are configuring the NIC to listen for traffic sent to that same MAC address (in addition to its own).

Without the hardware support, multicast wouldn't be any more efficient than plain broadcast IP messages. The join operation also tells your router/gateway to forward multicast traffic from other networks. (Anyone remember MBONE?)

If you join a multicast group, all the multicast traffic for all ports on that IP address will be received by the NIC. Only the traffic destined for your binded listening port will get passed up the TCP/IP stack to your app. In regards to why ports are specified during a multicast subscription - it's because multicast IP is just that - IP only. "ports" are a property of the upper protocols (UDP and TCP).

You can read more about how multicast IP addresses map to multicast ethernet addresses at various sites. The Wikipedia article is about as good as it gets:

The IANA owns the OUI MAC address 01:00:5e, therefore multicast packets are delivered by using the Ethernet MAC address range 01:00:5e:00:00:00 - 01:00:5e:7f:ff:ff. This is 23 bits of available address space. The first octet (01) includes the broadcast/multicast bit. The lower 23 bits of the 28-bit multicast IP address are mapped into the 23 bits of available Ethernet address space.

Vim for Windows - What do I type to save and exit from a file?

Press ESC to make sure you are out of the edit mode and then type:

:wq

How can I align two divs horizontally?

Add a class to each of the divs:

_x000D_
_x000D_
.source, .destination {_x000D_
    float: left;_x000D_
    width: 48%;_x000D_
    margin: 0;_x000D_
    padding: 0;_x000D_
}_x000D_
.source {_x000D_
    margin-right: 4%;_x000D_
}
_x000D_
<div class="source">_x000D_
    <span>source list</span>_x000D_
    <select size="10">_x000D_
        <option />_x000D_
        <option />_x000D_
        <option />_x000D_
    </select>_x000D_
</div>_x000D_
<div class="destination">_x000D_
    <span>destination list</span>_x000D_
    <select size="10">_x000D_
        <option />_x000D_
        <option />_x000D_
        <option />_x000D_
    </select>_x000D_
</div>
_x000D_
_x000D_
_x000D_

That's a generic percentages solution - using pixel-based widths is usually much more reliable. You'll probably want to change the various margin/padding sizes too.

You can also optionally wrap the HTML in a container div, and use this CSS:

.container {
  overflow: hidden;
}

This will ensure subsequent content does not wrap around the floated elements.

Intellij IDEA Java classes not auto compiling on save

i had same issue and also a problem file icon in intellij, so i removed the .idea folder and re import project solved my issue.

How to edit .csproj file

Here is my option to Edit the project file without the need to Unload the project:

  1. Open Solution Explorer and switch to folder view: enter image description here

  2. Navigate to the Project which you want to edit inside the Solution folders and right-click on it.

  3. Choose Open from the Context Menu. enter image description here

That is it!

You will see the *.csproj file opened inside Visual Studio Editor.
After you can switch back to a Solution/Project view (see step 1).

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Add / Change parameter of URL and redirect to the new URL

Why parse the query string yourself when you can let the browser do it for you?

function changeQS(key, value) {
    let urlParams = new URLSearchParams(location.search.substr(1));
    urlParams.set(key, value);
    location.search = urlParams.toString();
}

Could not complete the operation due to error 80020101. IE

I dont know why but it worked for me. If you have comments like

//Comment

Then it gives this error. To fix this do

/*Comment*/

Doesn't make sense but it worked for me.