Programs & Examples On #Openprocess

Which language uses .pde extension?

The .pde file extension is the one used by the Processing, Wiring, and the Arduino IDE.

Processing is not C-based but rather Java-based and with a syntax derived from Java. It is a Java framework that can be used as a Java library. It includes a default IDE that uses .pde extension. Just wanted to rectify @kersny's answer.

Wiring is a microcontroller that uses the same IDE. Arduino uses a modified version, but also with .pde. The OpenProcessing page where you found it is a website to exhibit some Processing work.

If you know Java, it should be fairly easy to convert the Processing code to Java AWT.

How to get time difference in minutes in PHP

$date1=date_create("2020-03-15");
$date2=date_create("2020-12-12");
$diff=date_diff($date1,$date2);
echo $diff->format("%R%a days");

For detailed format specifiers, visit the link.

Pointers in Python?

This is a python pointer (different of c/c++)

>>> a = lambda : print('Hello')
>>> a
<function <lambda> at 0x0000018D192B9DC0>
>>> id(a) == int(0x0000018D192B9DC0)
True
>>> from ctypes import cast, py_object
>>> cast(id(a), py_object).value == cast(int(0x0000018D192B9DC0), py_object).value
True
>>> cast(id(a), py_object).value
<function <lambda> at 0x0000018D192B9DC0>
>>> cast(id(a), py_object).value()
Hello

get client time zone from browser

No. There is no single reliable way and there will never be. Did you really think you could trust the client?

Access 2010 VBA query a table and iterate through results

Ahh. Because I missed the point of you initial post, here is an example which also ITERATES. The first example did not. In this case, I retreive an ADODB recordset, then load the data into a collection, which is returned by the function to client code:

EDIT: Not sure what I screwed up in pasting the code, but the formatting is a little screwball. Sorry!

Public Function StatesCollection() As Collection
Dim cn As ADODB.Connection
Dim cmd As ADODB.Command
Dim rs As ADODB.Recordset
Dim colReturn As New Collection

Set colReturn = New Collection

Dim SQL As String
SQL = _
    "SELECT tblState.State, tblState.StateName " & _
    "FROM tblState"

Set cn = New ADODB.Connection
Set cmd = New ADODB.Command

With cn
    .Provider = DataConnection.MyADOProvider
    .ConnectionString = DataConnection.MyADOConnectionString
    .Open
End With

With cmd
    .CommandText = SQL
    .ActiveConnection = cn
End With

Set rs = cmd.Execute

With rs
    If Not .EOF Then
    Do Until .EOF
        colReturn.Add Nz(!State, "")
        .MoveNext
    Loop
    End If
    .Close
End With
cn.Close

Set rs = Nothing
Set cn = Nothing

Set StatesCollection = colReturn

End Function

System.Data.SqlClient.SqlException: Login failed for user

Just set Integrated Security=False and it will work ,according to a comment difference between True and False is:

True ignores User ID and Password if provided and uses those of the running process, SSPI(Security Support Provider Interface ) it will use them if provided which is why MS prefers this. They are equivalent in that they use the same security mechanism to authenticate but that is it.

The matching wildcard is strict, but no declaration can be found for element 'context:component-scan

Add This Two Schema locations. That's enough and Efficient instead of adding all the unnecessary schema

 http://www.springframework.org/schema/context
 http://www.springframework.org/schema/context/spring-context.xsd

Spring JSON request getting 406 (not Acceptable)

Make sure that the sent object (Weather in this case) contains getter/setter

How to apply style classes to td classes?

Try this

table tr td.classname
{
 text-align:right;
 padding-right:18%;
}

How to use a class from one C# project with another C# project

To provide another much simpler solution:-

  1. Within the project, right click and select "Add -> Existing"
  2. Navigate to the class file in the adjacent project.
  3. The Add button is also a dropdown, click the dropdown and select

"Add as link"

Thats it.

Download history stock prices automatically from yahoo finance in python

You can check out the yahoo_fin package. It was initially created after Yahoo Finance changed their API (documentation is here: http://theautomatic.net/yahoo_fin-documentation).

from yahoo_fin import stock_info as si

aapl_data = si.get_data("aapl")

nflx_data = si.get_data("nflx")

aapl_data.head()

nflx_data.head()

aapl.to_csv("aapl_data.csv")

nflx_data.to_csv("nflx_data.csv")

How Stuff and 'For Xml Path' work in SQL Server?

There is very new functionality in Azure SQL Database and SQL Server (starting with 2017) to handle this exact scenario. I believe this would serve as a native official method for what you are trying to accomplish with the XML/STUFF method. Example:

select id, STRING_AGG(name, ',') as abc
from temp1
group by id

STRING_AGG - https://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/mt790580.aspx

EDIT: When I originally posted this I made mention of SQL Server 2016 as I thought I saw that on a potential feature that was to be included. Either I remembered that incorrectly or something changed, thanks for the suggested edit fixing the version. Also, pretty impressed and wasn't fully aware of the multi-step review process that just pulled me in for a final option.

Django - iterate number in for loop of a template

Also one can use this:

{% if forloop.first %}

or

{% if forloop.last %}

How do I stretch a background image to cover the entire HTML element?

To expand on @PhiLho answer, you can center a very large image (or any size image) on a page with:

{ 
background-image: url(_images/home.jpg);
background-repeat:no-repeat;
background-position:center; 
}

Or you could use a smaller image with a background color that matches the background of the image (if it is a solid color). This may or may not suit your purposes.

{ 
background-color: green;
background-image: url(_images/home.jpg);
background-repeat:no-repeat;
background-position:center; 
}

How to use index in select statement?

How to use index in select statement?
this way:

   SELECT * FROM table1 USE INDEX (col1_index,col2_index)
    WHERE col1=1 AND col2=2 AND col3=3;


SELECT * FROM table1 IGNORE INDEX (col3_index)
WHERE col1=1 AND col2=2 AND col3=3;


SELECT * FROM t1 USE INDEX (i1) IGNORE INDEX (i2) USE INDEX (i2);

And many more ways check this

Do I need to explicitly specify?

  • No, no Need to specify explicitly.
  • DB engine should automatically select the index to use based on query execution plans it builds from @Tudor Constantin answer.
  • The optimiser will judge if the use of your index will make your query run faster, and if it is, it will use the index. from @niktrl answer

Bash mkdir and subfolders

To create multiple sub-folders

mkdir -p parentfolder/{subfolder1,subfolder2,subfolder3}

Manually put files to Android emulator SD card

One easy way is to drag and drop. It will copy files to /sdcard/Download. You can copy whole folders or multiple files. Make sure that "Enable Clipboard Sharing" is enabled. (under ...->Settings)enter image description here

How to generate a QR Code for an Android application?

zxing does not (only) provide a web API; really, that is Google providing the API, from source code that was later open-sourced in the project.

As Rob says here you can use the Java source code for the QR code encoder to create a raw barcode and then render it as a Bitmap.

I can offer an easier way still. You can call Barcode Scanner by Intent to encode a barcode. You need just a few lines of code, and two classes from the project, under android-integration. The main one is IntentIntegrator. Just call shareText().

WebAPI to Return XML

If you don't want the controller to decide the return object type, you should set your method return type as System.Net.Http.HttpResponseMessage and use the below code to return the XML.

public HttpResponseMessage Authenticate()
{
  //process the request 
  .........

  string XML="<note><body>Message content</body></note>";
  return new HttpResponseMessage() 
  { 
    Content = new StringContent(XML, Encoding.UTF8, "application/xml") 
  };
}

This is the quickest way to always return XML from Web API.

Excel: Searching for multiple terms in a cell

This will do it for you:

=IF(OR(ISNUMBER(SEARCH("Gingrich",C3)),ISNUMBER(SEARCH("Obama",C3))),"1","")

Given this function in the column to the right of the names (which are in column C), the result is:

Romney  
Gingrich    1
Obama       1

When to use throws in a Java method declaration?

You're correct, in that example the throws is superfluous. It's possible that it was left there from some previous implementation - perhaps the exception was originally thrown instead of caught in the catch block.

Switch php versions on commandline ubuntu 16.04

You can use below command lines to switch between two PHP version.

E.g.

I want to switch PHP Version from 7.1 to 7.2 we can use below command

sudo a2dismod php7.1 &&  sudo update-alternatives --set php /usr/bin/php7.2 && sudo a2enmod php7.2 && sudo service apache2 restart

a2dismod is use to disable the current php version and a2enmod is use to enable the version

Delete item from state array in react

It's Very Simple First You Define a value

state = {
  checked_Array: []
}

Now,

fun(index) {
  var checked = this.state.checked_Array;
  var values = checked.indexOf(index)
  checked.splice(values, 1);
  this.setState({checked_Array: checked});
  console.log(this.state.checked_Array)
}

Host 'xxx.xx.xxx.xxx' is not allowed to connect to this MySQL server

simple way is to login to phpmyadmin with root account , there goto mysql database and select user table , there edit root account and in host field add % wild card . and then through ssh flush privileges

 FLUSH PRIVILEGES;

CSS text-transform capitalize on all caps

After researching a lot I found jquery function/expression to change text in first letter in uppercase only, I modify that code accordingly to make it workable for input field. When you will write something in input field and then move to another filed or element, the text of that field will change with 1st-letter capitalization only. No matter user type text in complete lower or upper case capitalization:

Follow this code:

Step-1: Call jquery library in html head:

<script src="https://ajax.googleapis.com/ajax/libs/jquery/1.11.3/jquery.min.js"></script>

Step-2: Write code to change text of input fields:

<script>
$(document).ready(function(){
$("#edit-submitted-first-name,#edit-submitted-last-name,#edit-submitted-company-name, #edit-submitted-city").focusout(function(){
var str=$(this).val();
str = str.toLowerCase().replace(/\b[a-z]/g, function(letter) {
    return letter.toUpperCase();
});
$(this).val(str);
 });});

 </script>

Step-3: Create HTML input fields with same id's you use in jquery code like:

<input type="text" id="edit-submitted-first-name" name="field name">

The id of this input field is: edit-submitted-first-name (It using in jquery code in step-2)

**Result: Make sure the text will change after you move your focus from that input field at another element. Because we using focus out event of jquery here. Result should like this: User Type: "thank you" it will change with "Thank You". **

Best of luck

MySQL convert date string to Unix timestamp

For current date just use UNIX_TIMESTAMP() in your MySQL query.

Ajax - 500 Internal Server Error

Had the very same problem, then I remembered that for security reasons ASP doesn't expose the entire error or stack trace when accessing your site/service remotely, same as not being able to test a .asmx web service remotely, so I remoted into the sever and monitored my dev tools, and only then did I get the notorious message "Could not load file or assembly 'Newtonsoft.Json, Version=3.5.0.0, Culture=neutral, PublicKeyToken=30ad4fe6b2a6aeed' or one of its dep...".

So log on the server and debug from there.

How to set the DefaultRoute to another Route in React Router

The problem with using <Redirect from="/" to="searchDashboard" /> is if you have a different URL, say /indexDashboard and the user hits refresh or gets a URL sent to them, the user will be redirected to /searchDashboard anyway.

If you wan't users to be able to refresh the site or send URLs use this:

<Route exact path="/" render={() => (
    <Redirect to="/searchDashboard"/>
)}/>

Use this if searchDashboard is behind login:

<Route exact path="/" render={() => (
  loggedIn ? (
    <Redirect to="/searchDashboard"/>
  ) : (
    <Redirect to="/login"/>
  )
)}/>

How to create text file and insert data to that file on Android

I'm using Kotlin here

Just adding the information in here, you can also create readable file outside Private Directory for the apps by doing this example

var teks="your teks"
var NamaFile="Text1.txt"
var strwrt:FileWriter
 strwrt=FileWriter(File("sdcard/${NamaFile}"))
            strwrt.write(teks)
            strwrt.close()

after that you can acces File Manager and look up on the Internal Storage. Text1.txt will be on there below all the folder.

How do I find the MySQL my.cnf location

There is no internal MySQL command to trace this, it's a little too abstract. The file might be in 5 (or more?) locations, and they would all be valid because they load cascading.

  • /etc/my.cnf
  • /etc/mysql/my.cnf
  • $MYSQL_HOME/my.cnf
  • [datadir]/my.cnf
  • ~/.my.cnf

Those are the default locations MySQL looks at. If it finds more than one, it will load each of them & values override each other (in the listed order, I think). Also, the --defaults-file parameter can override the whole thing, so... basically, it's a huge pain in the butt.

But thanks to it being so confusing, there's a good chance it's just in /etc/my.cnf.

(if you just want to see the values: SHOW VARIABLES, but you'll need the permissions to do so.)

Unix shell script find out which directory the script file resides?

As theMarko suggests:

BASEDIR=$(dirname $0)
echo $BASEDIR

This works unless you execute the script from the same directory where the script resides, in which case you get a value of '.'

To get around that issue use:

current_dir=$(pwd)
script_dir=$(dirname $0)

if [ $script_dir = '.' ]
then
script_dir="$current_dir"
fi

You can now use the variable current_dir throughout your script to refer to the script directory. However this may still have the symlink issue.

Script to get the HTTP status code of a list of urls?

I found a tool "webchk” written in Python. Returns a status code for a list of urls. https://pypi.org/project/webchk/

Output looks like this:

? webchk -i ./dxieu.txt | grep '200'
http://salesforce-case-status.dxi.eu/login ... 200 OK (0.108)
https://support.dxi.eu/hc/en-gb ... 200 OK (0.389)
https://support.dxi.eu/hc/en-gb ... 200 OK (0.401)

Hope that helps!

MySQL: How to reset or change the MySQL root password?

This solution belongs to the previous version of MySQL. By logging in to MySQL using socket authentication, you can do it.

sudo mysql -u root

Then the following command could be run.

ALTER USER 'root'@'localhost' IDENTIFIED WITH mysql_native_password BY 'password';

Details are available here .

Java maximum memory on Windows XP

Here is how to increase the Paging size

  1. right click on mycomputer--->properties--->Advanced
  2. in the performance section click settings
  3. click Advanced tab
  4. in Virtual memory section, click change. It will show ur current paging size.
  5. Select Drive where HDD space is available.
  6. Provide initial size and max size ...e.g. initial size 0 MB and max size 4000 MB. (As much as you will require)

How To have Dynamic SQL in MySQL Stored Procedure

I don't believe MySQL supports dynamic sql. You can do "prepared" statements which is similar, but different.

Here is an example:

mysql> PREPARE stmt FROM 
    -> 'select count(*) 
    -> from information_schema.schemata 
    -> where schema_name = ? or schema_name = ?'
;
Query OK, 0 rows affected (0.00 sec)
Statement prepared
mysql> EXECUTE stmt 
    -> USING @schema1,@schema2
+----------+
| count(*) |
+----------+
|        2 |
+----------+
1 row in set (0.00 sec)
mysql> DEALLOCATE PREPARE stmt;

The prepared statements are often used to see an execution plan for a given query. Since they are executed with the execute command and the sql can be assigned to a variable you can approximate the some of the same behavior as dynamic sql.

Here is a good link about this:

Don't forget to deallocate the stmt using the last line!

Good Luck!

process.env.NODE_ENV is undefined

tips

in package.json:

"scripts": {
  "start": "set NODE_ENV=dev && node app.js"
 }

in app.js:

console.log(process.env.NODE_ENV) // dev
console.log(process.env.NODE_ENV === 'dev') // false
console.log(process.env.NODE_ENV.length) // 4 (including a space at the end) 

so, this may better:

"start": "set NODE_ENV=dev&& node app.js"

or

console.log(process.env.NODE_ENV.trim() === 'dev') // true

Running code in main thread from another thread

Kotlin versions

When you are on an activity, then use

runOnUiThread {
    //code that runs in main
}

When you have activity context, mContext then use

mContext.runOnUiThread {
    //code that runs in main
}

When you are in somewhere where no context available, then use

Handler(Looper.getMainLooper()).post {  
    //code that runs in main
}

How to install a python library manually

I'm going to assume compiling the QuickFix package does not produce a setup.py file, but rather only compiles the Python bindings and relies on make install to put them in the appropriate place.

In this case, a quick and dirty fix is to compile the QuickFix source, locate the Python extension modules (you indicated on your system these end with a .so extension), and add that directory to your PYTHONPATH environmental variable e.g., add

export PYTHONPATH=~/path/to/python/extensions:PYTHONPATH

or similar line in your shell configuration file.

A more robust solution would include making sure to compile with ./configure --prefix=$HOME/.local. Assuming QuickFix knows to put the Python files in the appropriate site-packages, when you do make install, it should install the files to ~/.local/lib/pythonX.Y/site-packages, which, for Python 2.6+, should already be on your Python path as the per-user site-packages directory.

If, on the other hand, it did provide a setup.py file, simply run

python setup.py install --user

for Python 2.6+.

What does principal end of an association means in 1:1 relationship in Entity framework

This is with reference to @Ladislav Mrnka's answer on using fluent api for configuring one-to-one relationship.

Had a situation where having FK of dependent must be it's PK was not feasible.

E.g., Foo already has one-to-many relationship with Bar.

public class Foo {
   public Guid FooId;
   public virtual ICollection<> Bars; 
}
public class Bar {
   //PK
   public Guid BarId;
   //FK to Foo
   public Guid FooId;
   public virtual Foo Foo;
}

Now, we had to add another one-to-one relationship between Foo and Bar.

public class Foo {
   public Guid FooId;
   public Guid PrimaryBarId;// needs to be removed(from entity),as we specify it in fluent api
   public virtual Bar PrimaryBar;
   public virtual ICollection<> Bars;
}
public class Bar {
   public Guid BarId;
   public Guid FooId;
   public virtual Foo PrimaryBarOfFoo;
   public virtual Foo Foo;
}

Here is how to specify one-to-one relationship using fluent api:

modelBuilder.Entity<Bar>()
            .HasOptional(p => p.PrimaryBarOfFoo)
            .WithOptionalPrincipal(o => o.PrimaryBar)
            .Map(x => x.MapKey("PrimaryBarId"));

Note that while adding PrimaryBarId needs to be removed, as we specifying it through fluent api.

Also note that method name [WithOptionalPrincipal()][1] is kind of ironic. In this case, Principal is Bar. WithOptionalDependent() description on msdn makes it more clear.

How to use Typescript with native ES6 Promises

As of TypeScript 2.0 you can include typings for native promises by including the following in your tsconfig.json

"compilerOptions": {
    "lib": ["es5", "es2015.promise"]
}

This will include the promise declarations that comes with TypeScript without having to set the target to ES6.

How to disable an input box using angular.js

You need to use ng-disabled directive

<input data-ng-model="userInf.username" 
       class="span12 editEmail" 
       type="text" 
       placeholder="[email protected]" 
       pattern="[^@]+@[^@]+\.[a-zA-Z]{2,6}" 
       required 
       ng-disabled="<expression to disable>" />

What is the fastest factorial function in JavaScript?

This is the simplest way I know of to make a factorial function

function factorial(num) {

    var result = 1;
    for(var i = 2; i<= num; i++) {
        result *= i;
    }
    return result;
}

How can I determine if a variable is 'undefined' or 'null'?

Since you are using jQuery, you can determine whether a variable is undefined or its value is null by using a single function.

var s; // undefined
jQuery.isEmptyObject(s); // will return true;

s = null; // defined as null
jQuery.isEmptyObject(s); // will return true;

// usage
if(jQuery.isEmptyObject(s)){
    alert('Either variable: s is undefined or its value is null');
}else{
     alert('variable: s has value ' + s);
}

s = 'something'; // defined with some value
jQuery.isEmptyObject(s); // will return false;

Manually type in a value in a "Select" / Drop-down HTML list?

I faced the same basic problem: trying to combine the functionality of a textbox and a select box which are fundamentally different things in the html spec.

The good news is that selectize.js does exactly this:

Selectize is the hybrid of a textbox and box. It's jQuery-based and it's useful for tagging, contact lists, country selectors, and so on.

How to check if a process is in hang state (Linux)

Unfortunately there is no hung state for a process. Now hung can be deadlock. This is block state. The threads in the process are blocked. The other things could be live lock where the process is running but doing the same thing again and again. This process is in running state. So as you can see there is no definite hung state. As suggested you can use the top command to see if the process is using 100% CPU or lot of memory.

How to combine GROUP BY and ROW_NUMBER?

Undoubtly this can be simplified but the results match your expectations.

The gist of this is to

  • Calculate the maximum price in a seperate CTE for each t2ID
  • Calculate the total price in a seperate CTE for each t2ID
  • Combine the results of both CTE's

SQL Statement

;WITH MaxPrice AS ( 
    SELECT  t2ID
            , t1ID
    FROM    (       
                SELECT  t2.ID AS t2ID
                        , t1.ID AS t1ID
                        , rn = ROW_NUMBER() OVER (PARTITION BY t2.ID ORDER BY t1.Price DESC)
                FROM    @t1 t1
                        INNER JOIN @relation r ON r.t1ID = t1.ID        
                        INNER JOIN @t2 t2 ON t2.ID = r.t2ID
            ) maxt1
    WHERE   maxt1.rn = 1                            
)
, SumPrice AS (
    SELECT  t2ID = t2.ID
            , Price = SUM(Price)
    FROM    @t1 t1
            INNER JOIN @relation r ON r.t1ID = t1.ID
            INNER JOIN @t2 t2 ON t2.ID = r.t2ID
    GROUP BY
            t2.ID           
)           
SELECT  t2.ID
        , t2.Name
        , t2.Orders
        , mp.t1ID
        , t1.ID
        , t1.Name
        , sp.Price
FROM    @t2 t2
        INNER JOIN MaxPrice mp ON mp.t2ID = t2.ID
        INNER JOIN SumPrice sp ON sp.t2ID = t2.ID
        INNER JOIN @t1 t1 ON t1.ID = mp.t1ID

Fragment onResume() & onPause() is not called on backstack

You simple can't add a fragment to a fragment. This needs to happen in the FragmentActivity. I assume you are creating the LoginFragment in a FragmentActivity, so in order to get this working you need to add the HomeFragment via the FragmentActivity when the login closes.

The general point is that you need a FragmentActivity class from where you add each Fragment to the FragmentManager. It is not possible to do this inside a Fragment class.

Return outside function error in Python

It basically occours when you return from a loop you can only return from function

Use PHP composer to clone git repo

In my case, I use Symfony2.3.x and the minimum-stability parameter is by default "stable" (which is good). I wanted to import a repo not in packagist but had the same issue "Your requirements could not be resolved to an installable set of packages.". It appeared that the composer.json in the repo I tried to import use a minimum-stability "dev".

So to resolve this issue, don't forget to verify the minimum-stability. I solved it by requiring a dev-master version instead of master as stated in this post.

Android Overriding onBackPressed()

Just use the following code with initializing a field

private int count = 0;
    @Override
public void onBackPressed() {
    count++;
    if (count >=1) {
        /* If count is greater than 1 ,you can either move to the next 
        activity or just quit. */
        Intent intent = new Intent(this, SecondActivity.class);
        startActivity(intent);
        finish();
        overridePendingTransition
        (R.anim.push_left_in, R.anim.push_left_out);
        /* Quitting */
        finishAffinity();
    } else {
        Toast.makeText(this, "Press back again to Leave!", Toast.LENGTH_SHORT).show();

        // resetting the counter in 2s
        Handler handler = new Handler();
        handler.postDelayed(new Runnable() {
            @Override
            public void run() {
                count = 0;
            }
        }, 2000);
    }
    super.onBackPressed();
}

Centering a canvas

This will center the canvas horizontally:

#canvas-container {
   width: 100%;
   text-align:center;
}

canvas {
   display: inline;
}

HTML:

<div id="canvas-container">
   <canvas>Your browser doesn't support canvas</canvas>
</div>

Set selected option of select box

I had the same problem.

Solution: add a refresh.

$("#gate").val('Gateway 2');
$("#gate").selectmenu('refresh');

SQL Bulk Insert with FIRSTROW parameter skips the following line

To let SQL handle quote escape and everything else do this

BULK INSERT Test_CSV
FROM  'C:\MyCSV.csv' 
WITH (
 FORMAT='CSV'
 --FIRSTROW = 2,  --uncomment this if your CSV contains header, so start parsing at line 2
);

In regards to other answers, here is valuable info as well:

I keep seeing this in all answers: ROWTERMINATOR = '\n'
The \n means LF and it is Linux style EOL

In Windows the EOL is made of 2 chars CRLF so you need ROWTERMINATOR = '\r\n'

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ORA-01031: insufficient privileges when selecting view

To use a view, the user must have the appropriate privileges but only for the view itself, not its underlying objects. However, if access privileges for the underlying objects of the view are removed, then the user no longer has access. This behavior occurs because the security domain that is used when a user queries the view is that of the definer of the view. If the privileges on the underlying objects are revoked from the view's definer, then the view becomes invalid, and no one can use the view. Therefore, even if a user has been granted access to the view, the user may not be able to use the view if the definer's rights have been revoked from the view's underlying objects.

Oracle Documentation http://docs.oracle.com/cd/B28359_01/network.111/b28531/authorization.htm#DBSEG98017

How to change color of the back arrow in the new material theme?

Just remove android:homeAsUpIndicator and homeAsUpIndicator from your theme and it will be fine. The color attribute in your DrawerArrowStyle style must be enough.

How can I compile my Perl script so it can be executed on systems without perl installed?

pp can create an executable that includes perl and your script (and any module dependencies), but it will be specific to your architecture, so you couldn't run it on both Windows and linux for instance.

From its doc:

To make a stand-alone executable, suitable for running on a machine that doesn't have perl installed:

   % pp -o packed.exe source.pl        # makes packed.exe
   # Now, deploy 'packed.exe' to target machine...
   $ packed.exe                        # run it

(% and $ there are command prompts on different machines).

How to display pie chart data values of each slice in chart.js

Easiest way to do this with Chartjs. Just add below line in options:

pieceLabel: {
        fontColor: '#000'
    }

Best of luck

0xC0000005: Access violation reading location 0x00000000

The problem here, as explained in other comments, is that the pointer is being dereference without being properly initialized. Operating systems like Linux keep the lowest addresses (eg first 32MB: 0x00_0000 -0x200_0000) out of the virtual address space of a process. This is done because dereferencing zeroed non-initialized pointers is a common mistake, like in this case. So when this type of mistake happens, instead of actually reading a random variable that happens to be at address 0x0 (but not the memory address the pointer would be intended for if initialized properly), the pointer would be reading from a memory address outside of the process's virtual address space. This causes a page fault, which results in a segmentation fault, and a signal is sent to the process to kill it. That's why you are getting the access violation error.

GET parameters in the URL with CodeIgniter

This worked for me :

<?php
$url = parse_url($_SERVER['REQUEST_URI']);
parse_str($url['query'], $params);
?>

$params array contains the parameters passed after the ? character

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

The problem with the set based approaches ("if random value in return values, try again") is that their runtime is undetermined due to collisions (which require another "try again" iteration), especially when a large amount of random values are returned from the range.

An alternative that isn't prone to this non-deterministic runtime is the following:

import bisect
import random

def fast_sample(low, high, num):
    """ Samples :param num: integer numbers in range of
        [:param low:, :param high:) without replacement
        by maintaining a list of ranges of values that
        are permitted.

        This list of ranges is used to map a random number
        of a contiguous a range (`r_n`) to a permissible
        number `r` (from `ranges`).
    """
    ranges = [high]
    high_ = high - 1
    while len(ranges) - 1 < num:
        # generate a random number from an ever decreasing
        # contiguous range (which we'll map to the true
        # random number).
        # consider an example with low=0, high=10,
        # part way through this loop with:
        #
        # ranges = [0, 2, 3, 7, 9, 10]
        #
        # r_n :-> r
        #   0 :-> 1
        #   1 :-> 4
        #   2 :-> 5
        #   3 :-> 6
        #   4 :-> 8
        r_n = random.randint(low, high_)
        range_index = bisect.bisect_left(ranges, r_n)
        r = r_n + range_index
        for i in xrange(range_index, len(ranges)):
            if ranges[i] <= r:
                # as many "gaps" we iterate over, as much
                # is the true random value (`r`) shifted.
                r = r_n + i + 1
            elif ranges[i] > r_n:
                break
        # mark `r` as another "gap" of the original
        # [low, high) range.
        ranges.insert(i, r)
        # Fewer values possible.
        high_ -= 1
    # `ranges` happens to contain the result.
    return ranges[:-1]

CSS3 Transition - Fade out effect

This is the working code for your question.
Enjoy Coding....

<html>
   <head>

      <style>

         .animated {
            background-color: green;
            background-position: left top;
            padding-top:95px;
            margin-bottom:60px;
            -webkit-animation-duration: 10s;animation-duration: 10s;
            -webkit-animation-fill-mode: both;animation-fill-mode: both;
         }

         @-webkit-keyframes fadeOut {
            0% {opacity: 1;}
            100% {opacity: 0;}
         }

         @keyframes fadeOut {
            0% {opacity: 1;}
            100% {opacity: 0;}
         }

         .fadeOut {
            -webkit-animation-name: fadeOut;
            animation-name: fadeOut;
         }
      </style>

   </head>
   <body>

      <div id="animated-example" class="animated fadeOut"></div>

   </body>
</html>

Convert line endings

Some options:

Using tr

tr -d '\15\32' < windows.txt > unix.txt

OR

tr -d '\r' < windows.txt > unix.txt 

Using perl

perl -p -e 's/\r$//' < windows.txt > unix.txt

Using sed

sed 's/^M$//' windows.txt > unix.txt

OR

sed 's/\r$//' windows.txt > unix.txt

To obtain ^M, you have to type CTRL-V and then CTRL-M.

How can I check the current status of the GPS receiver?

If you just need to know if there's a fix, then check for the last known location provided by the GPS receiver and check the .getTime() value to know how old is that. If it's recent enough (like... a few seconds) you have a fix.

   LocationManager lm = (LocationManager)context.getSystemService(LOCATION_SERVICE); 
   Location loc = lm.getLastKnownLocation(LocationManager.GPS_PROVIDER);

   // Get the time of the last fix
   long lastFixTimeMillis = loc.getTime(); 

... and finally compare that to current date time (In UTC!). If it's recent enough you have a fix.

I do that in my app and so far so good.

How do I read the first line of a file using cat?

You don't, use head instead.

head -n 1 file.txt

SQL Server Jobs with SSIS packages - Failed to decrypt protected XML node "DTS:Password" with error 0x8009000B

In my case it was because I didn't connect to databases yet when first opened solution. click connection manager tab, establish connection to every datasource in that tab, run project

Microsoft.ACE.OLEDB.12.0 provider is not registered

I have a visual Basic program with Visual Studio 2008 that uses an Access 2007 database and was receiving the same error. I found some threads that advised changing the advanced compile configuration to x86 found in the programs properties if you're running a 64 bit system. So far I haven't had any problems with my program since.

Change Circle color of radio button

To change the radio button color programmatically you can use following:

yourradio button name.buttonDrawable?.setColorFilter(Color.parseColor( color_value), PorterDuff.Mode.SRC_ATOP)

How do I get the key at a specific index from a Dictionary in Swift?

I was looking for something like a LinkedHashMap in Java. Neither Swift nor Objective-C have one if I'm not mistaken.

My initial thought was to wrap my dictionary in an Array. [[String: UIImage]] but then I realized that grabbing the key from the dictionary was wacky with Array(dict)[index].key so I went with Tuples. Now my array looks like [(String, UIImage)] so I can retrieve it by tuple.0. No more converting it to an Array. Just my 2 cents.

Create a <ul> and fill it based on a passed array

What are disadvantages of the following solution? Seems to be faster and shorter.

var options = {
    set0: ['Option 1','Option 2'],
    set1: ['First Option','Second Option','Third Option']
};

var list = "<li>" + options.set0.join("</li><li>") + "</li>";
document.getElementById("list").innerHTML = list;

How much overhead does SSL impose?

Order of magnitude: zero.

In other words, you won't see your throughput cut in half, or anything like it, when you add TLS. Answers to the "duplicate" question focus heavily on application performance, and how that compares to SSL overhead. This question specifically excludes application processing, and seeks to compare non-SSL to SSL only. While it makes sense to take a global view of performance when optimizing, that is not what this question is asking.

The main overhead of SSL is the handshake. That's where the expensive asymmetric cryptography happens. After negotiation, relatively efficient symmetric ciphers are used. That's why it can be very helpful to enable SSL sessions for your HTTPS service, where many connections are made. For a long-lived connection, this "end-effect" isn't as significant, and sessions aren't as useful.


Here's an interesting anecdote. When Google switched Gmail to use HTTPS, no additional resources were required; no network hardware, no new hosts. It only increased CPU load by about 1%.

How to execute .sql file using powershell?

Quoting from Import the SQLPS Module on MSDN,

The recommended way to manage SQL Server from PowerShell is to import the sqlps module into a Windows PowerShell 2.0 environment.

So, yes, you could use the Add-PSSnapin approach detailed by Christian, but it is also useful to appreciate the recommended sqlps module approach.

The simplest case assumes you have SQL Server 2012: sqlps is included in the installation so you simply load the module like any other (typically in your profile) via Import-Module sqlps. You can check if the module is available on your system with Get-Module -ListAvailable.

If you do not have SQL Server 2012, then all you need do is download the sqlps module into your modules directory so Get-Module/Import-Module will find it. Curiously, Microsoft does not make this module available for download! However, Chad Miller has kindly packaged up the requisite pieces and provided this module download. Unzip it under your ...Documents\WindowsPowerShell\Modules directory and proceed with the import.

It is interesting to note that the module approach and the snapin approach are not identical. If you load the snapins then run Get-PSSnapin (without the -Registered parameter, to show only what you have loaded) you will see the SQL snapins. If, on the other hand, you load the sqlps module Get-PSSnapin will not show the snapins loaded, so the various blog entries that test for the Invoke-Sqlcmd cmdlet by only examining snapins could be giving a false negative result.

2012.10.06 Update

For the complete story on the sqlps module vs. the sqlps mini-shell vs. SQL Server snap-ins, take a look at my two-part mini-series Practical PowerShell for SQL Server Developers and DBAs recently published on Simple-Talk.com where I have, according to one reader's comment, successfully "de-confused" the issue. :-)

Object passed as parameter to another class, by value or reference?

In general, an "object" is an instance of a class, which is an "image"/"fingerprint" of a class created in memory (via New keyword).
The variable of object type refers to this memory location, that is, it essentially contains the address in memory.
So a parameter of object type passes a reference/"link" to an object, not a copy of the whole object.

Emulate ggplot2 default color palette

It is just equally spaced hues around the color wheel, starting from 15:

gg_color_hue <- function(n) {
  hues = seq(15, 375, length = n + 1)
  hcl(h = hues, l = 65, c = 100)[1:n]
}

For example:

n = 4
cols = gg_color_hue(n)

dev.new(width = 4, height = 4)
plot(1:n, pch = 16, cex = 2, col = cols)

enter image description here

Remove specific commit

Approch 1

First get the commit hash(ex:1406cd61) that you need to revert. simple fix will be below command,

$ git revert 1406cd61

if you have commit more changes related to 1406cd61 files after 1406cd61 commit, Above simple command will not work. Then you have to do the below steps, which is cherry picking.

Approch 2

Please follow below squesnce of actions, Since we are using --force you need to have admin rights over the git repo to do this.

Step 1: Find the commit before the commit you want to remove git log

Step 2: Checkout that commit git checkout <commit hash>

Step 3: Make a new branch using your current checkout commit git checkout -b <new branch>

Step 4: Now you need to add the commit after the removed commit git cherry-pick <commit hash>

Step 5: Now repeat Step 4 for all other commits you want to keep.

Step 6: Once all commits have been added to your new branch and have been commited. Check that everything is in the correct state and working as intended. Double check everything has been commited: git status

Step 7: Switch to your broken branch git checkout <broken branch>

Step 8: Now perform a hard reset on the broken branch to the commit prior to the one your want to remove git reset --hard <commit hash>

Step 9: Merge your fixed branch into this branch git merge <branch name>

Step 10: Push the merged changes back to origin. WARNING: This will overwrite the remote repo! git push --force origin <branch name>

You can do the process without creating a new branch by replacing Step 2 & 3 with Step 8 then not carry out Step 7 & 9.

Eclipse C++: Symbol 'std' could not be resolved

What allowed me to fix the problem was going to: Project -> Properties -> C/C++ General -> Preprocessor Include Paths, Macros, etc. -> Providers -> CDT GCC built-in compiler settings, enabling that and disabling the CDT Cross GCC Built-in Compiler Settings

random number generator between 0 - 1000 in c#

Use this:

static int RandomNumber(int min, int max)
{
    Random random = new Random(); return random.Next(min, max);

}

This is example for you to modify and use in your application.

Compare two DataFrames and output their differences side-by-side

import pandas as pd
import numpy as np

df = pd.read_excel('D:\\HARISH\\DATA SCIENCE\\1 MY Training\\SAMPLE DATA & projs\\CRICKET DATA\\IPL PLAYER LIST\\IPL PLAYER LIST _ harish.xlsx')


df1= srh = df[df['TEAM'].str.contains("SRH")]
df2 = csk = df[df['TEAM'].str.contains("CSK")]   

srh = srh.iloc[:,0:2]
csk = csk.iloc[:,0:2]

csk = csk.reset_index(drop=True)
csk

srh = srh.reset_index(drop=True)
srh

new = pd.concat([srh, csk], axis=1)

new.head()
** 
               PLAYER     TYPE           PLAYER         TYPE

0        David Warner  Batsman    ...        MS Dhoni      Captain

1  Bhuvaneshwar Kumar   Bowler  ...    Ravindra Jadeja  All-Rounder

2       Manish Pandey  Batsman   ...   Suresh Raina  All-Rounder

3   Rashid Khan Arman   Bowler     ...   Kedar Jadhav  All-Rounder

4      Shikhar Dhawan  Batsman    ....    Dwayne Bravo  All-Rounder

Hide horizontal scrollbar on an iframe?

I'd suggest doing this with a combination of

  1. CSS overflow-y: hidden;
  2. scrolling="no" (for HTML4)
  3. and seamless="seamless" (for HTML5)*

* The seamless attribute has been removed from the standard, and no browsers support it.


_x000D_
_x000D_
.foo {_x000D_
  width: 200px;_x000D_
  height: 200px;_x000D_
  overflow-y: hidden;_x000D_
}
_x000D_
<iframe src="https://bing.com" _x000D_
        class="foo" _x000D_
        scrolling="no" >_x000D_
</iframe>
_x000D_
_x000D_
_x000D_

SVN undo delete before commit

What worked for me is

svn revert --depth infinity deletedDir

Magento addFieldToFilter: Two fields, match as OR, not AND

Thanks Anda, your post has been a great help!! However the OR sentence didnt' quite work for me and I was getting an error: getCollection() "invalid argument supplied for foreach".

So this is what I ended with (notice the attribute being specified 3 times instead of 2 in this case):

  $collection->addFieldToFilter('attribute', array(  
    array('attribute'=>'my_field1','eq'=>'my_value1'),            
    array('attribute'=>'my_field2','eq'=>'my_value2') ));

addFieldToFilter first requires a field and then condition -> link.

Which comment style should I use in batch files?

Comments with REM

A REM can remark a complete line, also a multiline caret at the line end, if it's not the end of the first token.

REM This is a comment, the caret is ignored^
echo This line is printed

REM This_is_a_comment_the_caret_appends_the_next_line^
echo This line is part of the remark

REM followed by some characters .:\/= works a bit different, it doesn't comment an ampersand, so you can use it as inline comment.

echo First & REM. This is a comment & echo second

But to avoid problems with existing files like REM, REM.bat or REM;.bat only a modified variant should be used.

REM^;<space>Comment

And for the character ; is also allowed one of ;,:\/=

REM is about 6 times slower than :: (tested on Win7SP1 with 100000 comment lines).
For a normal usage it's not important (58µs versus 360µs per comment line)

Comments with ::

A :: always executes a line end caret.

:: This is also a comment^
echo This line is also a comment

Labels and also the comment label :: have a special logic in parenthesis blocks.
They span always two lines SO: goto command not working.
So they are not recommended for parenthesis blocks, as they are often the cause for syntax errors.

With ECHO ON a REM line is shown, but not a line commented with ::

Both can't really comment out the rest of the line, so a simple %~ will cause a syntax error.

REM This comment will result in an error %~ ...

But REM is able to stop the batch parser at an early phase, even before the special character phase is done.

@echo ON
REM This caret ^ is visible

You can use &REM or &:: to add a comment to the end of command line. This approach works because '&' introduces a new command on the same line.

Comments with percent signs %= comment =%

There exists a comment style with percent signs.

In reality these are variables but they are expanded to nothing.
But the advantage is that they can be placed in the same line, even without &.
The equal sign ensures, that such a variable can't exists.

echo Mytest
set "var=3"     %= This is a comment in the same line=%

The percent style is recommended for batch macros, as it doesn't change the runtime behaviour, as the comment will be removed when the macro is defined.

set $test=(%\n%
%=Start of code=% ^
echo myMacro%\n%
)

How to see indexes for a database or table in MySQL?

To get all indexed columns per index in one column in the sequence order.

SELECT table_name AS `Table`,
       index_name AS `Index`,
       GROUP_CONCAT(column_name ORDER BY seq_in_index) AS `Columns`
FROM information_schema.statistics
WHERE table_schema = 'sakila'
GROUP BY 1,2;

Ref: http://blog.9minutesnooze.com/mysql-information-schema-indexes/

Convert DataTable to CSV stream

I've used the following code, pillaged from someone's blog (pls forgive lack of citation). It takes care of quotations, newline and comma in a reasonably elegant way by quoting out each field value.

    /// <summary>
    /// Converts the passed in data table to a CSV-style string.      
    /// </summary>
    /// <param name="table">Table to convert</param>
    /// <returns>Resulting CSV-style string</returns>
    public static string ToCSV(this DataTable table)
    {
        return ToCSV(table, ",", true);
    }

    /// <summary>
    /// Converts the passed in data table to a CSV-style string.
    /// </summary>
    /// <param name="table">Table to convert</param>
    /// <param name="includeHeader">true - include headers<br/>
    /// false - do not include header column</param>
    /// <returns>Resulting CSV-style string</returns>
    public static string ToCSV(this DataTable table, bool includeHeader)
    {
        return ToCSV(table, ",", includeHeader);
    }

    /// <summary>
    /// Converts the passed in data table to a CSV-style string.
    /// </summary>
    /// <param name="table">Table to convert</param>
    /// <param name="includeHeader">true - include headers<br/>
    /// false - do not include header column</param>
    /// <returns>Resulting CSV-style string</returns>
     public static string ToCSV(this DataTable table, string delimiter, bool includeHeader)
    {
        var result = new StringBuilder();

        if (includeHeader)
        {
            foreach (DataColumn column in table.Columns)
            {
                result.Append(column.ColumnName);
                result.Append(delimiter);
            }

            result.Remove(--result.Length, 0);
            result.Append(Environment.NewLine);
        }

        foreach (DataRow row in table.Rows)
        {
            foreach (object item in row.ItemArray)
            {
                if (item is DBNull)
                    result.Append(delimiter);
                else
                {
                    string itemAsString = item.ToString();
                    // Double up all embedded double quotes
                    itemAsString = itemAsString.Replace("\"", "\"\"");

                    // To keep things simple, always delimit with double-quotes
                    // so we don't have to determine in which cases they're necessary
                    // and which cases they're not.
                    itemAsString = "\"" + itemAsString + "\"";

                    result.Append(itemAsString + delimiter);
                }
            }

            result.Remove(--result.Length, 0);
            result.Append(Environment.NewLine);
        }

        return result.ToString();
    }

'MOD' is not a recognized built-in function name

for your exact sample, it should be like this.

DECLARE @m INT
SET @m = 321%11
SELECT @m

Fixed page header overlaps in-page anchors

A minimally intrusive approach using jQuery:

Link:

<a href="#my-anchor-1" class="anchor-link">Go To Anchor 1</a>

Content:

<h3 id="my-anchor-1">Here is Anchor 1</a>

Script:

$(".anchor-link").click(function() {
    var headerHeight = 120;
    $('html, body').stop(true, true).animate({
        scrollTop: $(this.hash).offset().top - headerHeight
    }, 750);
    return false;
});

By assigning the anchor-link class to the links, the behaviour of other links (like accordion or tab controls) are not affected.

The question doesn't want javascript but the other more popular question is closed because of this one and I couldn't answer there.

What's the best way to add a drop shadow to my UIView

Wasabii's answer in Swift 2.3:

let shadowPath = UIBezierPath(rect: view.bounds)
view.layer.masksToBounds = false
view.layer.shadowColor = UIColor.blackColor().CGColor
view.layer.shadowOffset = CGSize(width: 0, height: 0.5)
view.layer.shadowOpacity = 0.2
view.layer.shadowPath = shadowPath.CGPath

And in Swift 3/4/5:

let shadowPath = UIBezierPath(rect: view.bounds)
view.layer.masksToBounds = false
view.layer.shadowColor = UIColor.black.cgColor
view.layer.shadowOffset = CGSize(width: 0, height: 0.5)
view.layer.shadowOpacity = 0.2
view.layer.shadowPath = shadowPath.cgPath

Put this code in layoutSubviews() if you're using AutoLayout.

In SwiftUI, this is all much easier:

Color.yellow  // or whatever your view
    .shadow(radius: 3)
    .frame(width: 200, height: 100)

Difference between maven scope compile and provided for JAR packaging

When you set maven scope as provided, it means that when the plugin runs, the actual dependencies version used will depend on the version of Apache Maven you have installed.

What is the C++ function to raise a number to a power?

You should be able to use normal C methods in math.

#include <cmath>

pow(2,3)

if you're on a unix-like system, man cmath

Is that what you're asking?

Sujal

Where can I read the Console output in Visual Studio 2015

in the "Ouput Window". you can usually do CTRL-ALT-O to make it visible. Or through menus using View->Output.

python: unhashable type error

As Jim Garrison said in the comment, no obvious reason why you'd make a one-element list out of drug.upper() (which implies drug is a string).

But that's not your error, as your function medications_minimum3() doesn't even use the second argument (something you should fix).

TypeError: unhashable type: 'list' usually means that you are trying to use a list as a hash argument (like for accessing a dictionary). I'd look for the error in counter[row[11]]+=1 -- are you sure that row[11] is of the right type? Sounds to me it might be a list.

Convert HTML + CSS to PDF

Just to bump the thread, I've tried DOMPDF and it worked perfectly. I've used DIV and other block level elements to position everything, I kept it strictly CSS 2.1 and it played very nicely.

UIScrollView scroll to bottom programmatically

What if contentSize is lower than bounds?

For Swift it is:

scrollView.setContentOffset(CGPointMake(0, max(scrollView.contentSize.height - scrollView.bounds.size.height, 0) ), animated: true)

Retrofit 2 - Dynamic URL

step -*1 

movie_list_row.xml
<?xml version="1.0" encoding="utf-8"?>
<LinearLayout xmlns:android="http://schemas.android.com/apk/res/android"
    android:layout_width="match_parent"
    android:layout_height="wrap_content"
    android:background="?android:attr/selectableItemBackground"
    android:clickable="true"
    android:focusable="true"

    android:orientation="horizontal"
    android:paddingLeft="@dimen/activity_horizontal_margin"
    android:paddingTop="@dimen/row_padding_vertical"
    android:paddingRight="@dimen/activity_horizontal_margin"
    android:paddingBottom="@dimen/row_padding_vertical">

    <ImageView
        android:id="@+id/ivImage"
        android:layout_width="60dp"
        android:layout_height="60dp"
        android:layout_marginRight="10dp"
        android:src="@mipmap/ic_launcher" />

    <LinearLayout
        android:layout_width="match_parent"
        android:layout_height="wrap_content"
        android:layout_weight="1"
        android:orientation="vertical">

        <TextView
            android:id="@+id/title"
            android:layout_width="match_parent"
            android:layout_height="wrap_content"
            android:layout_alignParentTop="true"
            android:text="Hello"
            android:textColor="@color/title"
            android:textSize="16dp"
            android:textStyle="bold" />

        <TextView
            android:id="@+id/genre"
            android:layout_width="match_parent"
            android:layout_height="wrap_content"
            android:layout_below="@id/title"
            android:text="realName" />
    </LinearLayout>

    <TextView
        android:id="@+id/year"
        android:layout_width="wrap_content"
        android:layout_height="wrap_content"
        android:layout_alignParentRight="true"
        android:text="Team"
        android:textColor="@color/year" />

</LinearLayout>                                                                                                            

Api.java                                                                                  
import org.json.JSONObject;

import java.util.List;

import retrofit2.Call;
import retrofit2.Callback;
import retrofit2.http.Field;
import retrofit2.http.FormUrlEncoded;
import retrofit2.http.GET;
import retrofit2.http.POST;

public interface  Api {

    String BASE_URL = "https://simplifiedcoding.net/demos/";

    @GET("marvel")
    Call<List<Hero>> getHeroes();

    @FormUrlEncoded
    @POST("/login")
    public void login(@Field("username") String username, @Field("password") String password, Callback<List<Hero>> callback);

}


MoviesAdapter.java                                                                                       import android.content.Context;
import android.support.v7.widget.RecyclerView;
import android.view.LayoutInflater;
import android.view.View;
import android.view.ViewGroup;
import android.widget.ImageView;
import android.widget.TextView;
import android.widget.Toast;

import com.squareup.picasso.Picasso;

import java.util.List;

public class MoviesAdapter extends RecyclerView.Adapter<MoviesAdapter.MyViewHolder> {

    private List<Hero> moviesList;

    Context context;


    public class MyViewHolder extends RecyclerView.ViewHolder {
        public TextView title, year, genre;
        public ImageView ivImage;

        public MyViewHolder(View view) {
            super(view);
            title = (TextView) view.findViewById(R.id.title);
            genre = (TextView) view.findViewById(R.id.genre);
            year = (TextView) view.findViewById(R.id.year);
            ivImage =  view.findViewById(R.id.ivImage);
            ivImage.setOnClickListener(new View.OnClickListener() {
                @Override
                public void onClick(View v) {

                    Toast.makeText(context, "-" + moviesList.get(getAdapterPosition()).getName(), Toast.LENGTH_SHORT).show();
                }
            });
        }
    }


    public MoviesAdapter(List<Hero> moviesList,Context context) {
        this.moviesList = moviesList;
        this.context = context;
    }

    @Override
    public MyViewHolder onCreateViewHolder(ViewGroup parent, int viewType) {
        View itemView = LayoutInflater.from(parent.getContext())
                .inflate(R.layout.movie_list_row, parent, false);

        return new MyViewHolder(itemView);
    }

    @Override
    public void onBindViewHolder(MyViewHolder holder, int position) {
        Hero movie = moviesList.get(position);
        holder.title.setText(movie.getName());
        holder.genre.setText(movie.getRealname());
        holder.year.setText(movie.getTeam());

        Picasso.get().load("http://i.imgur.com/DvpvklR.png").into(holder.ivImage);
    }

    @Override
    public int getItemCount() {
        return moviesList.size();
    }
}                                                                                                                                                        main activity                                                                                                               import android.support.v7.app.AppCompatActivity;
import android.os.Bundle;
import android.support.v7.widget.DefaultItemAnimator;
import android.support.v7.widget.LinearLayoutManager;
import android.support.v7.widget.RecyclerView;
import android.widget.ArrayAdapter;
import android.widget.ListView;
import android.widget.Toast;

import java.util.ArrayList;
import java.util.List;

import retrofit2.Call;
import retrofit2.Callback;
import retrofit2.Response;
import retrofit2.Retrofit;
import retrofit2.converter.gson.GsonConverterFactory;

public class MainActivity extends AppCompatActivity {

    private List<Hero> movieList = new ArrayList<>();
    private RecyclerView recyclerView;
    private MoviesAdapter mAdapter;

    @Override
    protected void onCreate(Bundle savedInstanceState) {
        super.onCreate(savedInstanceState);
        setContentView(R.layout.activity_main);

        recyclerView=findViewById(R.id.recycler_view);
        mAdapter = new MoviesAdapter(movieList,MainActivity.this);
        RecyclerView.LayoutManager mLayoutManager = new LinearLayoutManager(getApplicationContext());
        recyclerView.setLayoutManager(mLayoutManager);
        recyclerView.setItemAnimator(new DefaultItemAnimator());
        recyclerView.setAdapter(mAdapter);
        //calling the method to display the heroes
        getHeroes();

    }


    private void getHeroes() {
        Retrofit retrofit = new Retrofit.Builder()
                .baseUrl(ApiInterface.BASE_URL)
                .addConverterFactory(GsonConverterFactory.create()) //Here we are using the GsonConverterFactory to directly convert json data to object
                .build();

        ApiInterface api = retrofit.create(ApiInterface.class);

        Call<List<Hero>> call = api.getHeroes();

        call.enqueue(new Callback<List<Hero>>() {
            @Override
            public void onResponse(Call<List<Hero>> call, Response<List<Hero>> response) {
                List<Hero> heroList = response.body();

                //Creating an String array for the ListView
                String[] heroes = new String[heroList.size()];

                //looping through all the heroes and inserting the names inside the string array
                for (int i = 0; i < heroList.size(); i++) {
                    //heroes[i] = heroList.get(i).getName();
                    movieList.add(new Hero( heroList.get(i).getName(), heroList.get(i).getRealname(), heroList.get(i).getTeam()));
                }
                mAdapter.notifyDataSetChanged();

            }

            @Override
            public void onFailure(Call<List<Hero>> call, Throwable t) {
                Toast.makeText(getApplicationContext(), t.getMessage(), Toast.LENGTH_SHORT).show();
            }
        });
    }

}
Hero.java
package com.example.owner.apipractice;
public class Hero {

    private String name;
    private String realname;
    private String team;

    public Hero(String name, String realname, String team) {
        this.name = name;
        this.realname = realname;
        this.team = team;
    }

    private String firstappearance;
    private String createdby;
    private String publisher;
    private String imageurl;
    private String bio;


    public Hero(String name, String realname, String team, String firstappearance, String createdby, String publisher, String imageurl, String bio) {
        this.name = name;
        this.realname = realname;
        this.team = team;
        this.firstappearance = firstappearance;
        this.createdby = createdby;
        this.publisher = publisher;
        this.imageurl = imageurl;
        this.bio = bio;
    }

    public String getName() {
        return name;
    }

    public String getRealname() {
        return realname;
    }

    public String getTeam() {
        return team;
    }

    public String getFirstappearance() {
        return firstappearance;
    }

    public String getCreatedby() {
        return createdby;
    }

    public String getPublisher() {
        return publisher;
    }

    public String getImageurl() {
        return imageurl;
    }

    public String getBio() {
        return bio;
    }
}

How to find tag with particular text with Beautiful Soup?

You could solve this with some simple gazpacho parsing:

from gazpacho import Soup

soup = Soup(html)
tds = soup.find("td", {"class": "pos"})
tds[1].find("strong").text

Which will output:

text I am looking for

How to check if a variable is a dictionary in Python?

The OP did not exclude the starting variable, so for completeness here is how to handle the generic case of processing a supposed dictionary that may include items as dictionaries.

Also following the pure Python(3.8) recommended way to test for dictionary in the above comments.

from collections.abc import Mapping

dict = {'abc': 'abc', 'def': {'ghi': 'ghi', 'jkl': 'jkl'}}

def parse_dict(in_dict): 
    if isinstance(in_dict, Mapping):
        for k_outer, v_outer in in_dict.items():
            if isinstance(v_outer, Mapping):
                for k_inner, v_inner in v_outer.items():
                    print(k_inner, v_inner)
            else:
                print(k_outer, v_outer)

parse_dict(dict)

Create normal zip file programmatically

.NET has a built functionality for compressing files in the System.IO.Compression namespace. Using this you do not have to take an extra library as a dependency. This functionality is available from .NET 2.0.

Here is the way to do the compressing from the MSDN page I linked:

    public static void Compress(FileInfo fi)
    {
        // Get the stream of the source file.
        using (FileStream inFile = fi.OpenRead())
        {
            // Prevent compressing hidden and already compressed files.
            if ((File.GetAttributes(fi.FullName) & FileAttributes.Hidden)
                    != FileAttributes.Hidden & fi.Extension != ".gz")
            {
                // Create the compressed file.
                using (FileStream outFile = File.Create(fi.FullName + ".gz"))
                {
                    using (GZipStream Compress = new GZipStream(outFile,
                            CompressionMode.Compress))
                    {
                        // Copy the source file into the compression stream.
                        byte[] buffer = new byte[4096];
                        int numRead;
                        while ((numRead = inFile.Read(buffer, 0, buffer.Length)) != 0)
                        {
                            Compress.Write(buffer, 0, numRead);
                        }
                        Console.WriteLine("Compressed {0} from {1} to {2} bytes.",
                            fi.Name, fi.Length.ToString(), outFile.Length.ToString());
                    }
                }
            }
        }

In Python, how do I iterate over a dictionary in sorted key order?

In general, one may sort a dict like so:

for k in sorted(d):
    print k, d[k]

For the specific case in the question, having a "drop in replacement" for d.iteritems(), add a function like:

def sortdict(d, **opts):
    # **opts so any currently supported sorted() options can be passed
    for k in sorted(d, **opts):
        yield k, d[k]

and so the ending line changes from

return dict.iteritems()

to

return sortdict(dict)

or

return sortdict(dict, reverse = True)

Check if an element has event listener on it. No jQuery

There is no JavaScript function to achieve this. However, you could set a boolean value to true when you add the listener, and false when you remove it. Then check against this boolean before potentially adding a duplicate event listener.

Possible duplicate: How to check whether dynamically attached event listener exists or not?

Disable webkit's spin buttons on input type="number"?

The below css works for both Chrome and Firefox

input[type=number]::-webkit-outer-spin-button,
input[type=number]::-webkit-inner-spin-button {
    -webkit-appearance: none;
    margin: 0;
}

input[type=number] {
    -moz-appearance:textfield;
}

Getting value from a cell from a gridview on RowDataBound event

Just use a loop to check your cell in a gridview for example:

for (int i = 0; i < GridView2.Rows.Count; i++)
{
    string vr;
    vr = GridView2.Rows[i].Cells[4].Text; // here you go vr = the value of the cel
    if (vr  == "0") // you can check for anything
    {
        GridView2.Rows[i].Cells[4].Text = "Done";
        // you can format this cell 
    }
}

Git log to get commits only for a specific branch

I found this approach relatively easy.

Checkout to the branch and than

  1. Run

    git rev-list --simplify-by-decoration -2 HEAD
    

This will provide just two SHAs:

1) last commit of the branch [C1]

2) and commit parent to the first commit of the branch [C2]

  1. Now run

    git log --decorate --pretty=oneline --reverse --name-status <C2>..<C1>
    

Here C1 and C2 are two strings you will get when you run first command. Put these values without <> in second command.

This will give list of history of file changing within the branch.

Format date and time in a Windows batch script

I did it this way:

REM Generate FileName from date and time in format YYYYMMTTHHMM

Time /T > Time.dat
set /P ftime= < Time.dat

set FileName=LogFile%date:~6%%date:~3,2%%date:~0,2%%ftime:~0,2%%ftime:~3,2%.log

echo %FileName%

LogFile201310170928.log

Streaming via RTSP or RTP in HTML5

With VLC i'm able to transcode a live RTSP stream (mpeg4) to an HTTP stream in a OGG format (Vorbis/Theora). The quality is poor but the video work in Chrome 9. I have also tested with a trancoding in WEBM (VP8) but it's don't seem to work (VLC have the option but i don't know if it's really implemented for now..)

The first to have a doc on this should notify us ;)

Max length for client ip address

If you are just storing it for reference, you can store it as a string, but if you want to do a lookup, for example, to see if the IP address is in some table, you need a "canonical representation." Converting the entire thing to a (large) number is the right thing to do. IPv4 addresses can be stored as a long int (32 bits) but you need a 128 bit number to store an IPv6 address.

For example, all these strings are really the same IP address: 127.0.0.1, 127.000.000.001, ::1, 0:0:0:0:0:0:0:1

How can I change image source on click with jQuery?

You need to use preventDefault() to make it so the link does not go through when u click on it:

fiddle: http://jsfiddle.net/maniator/Sevdm/

$(function() {
 $('.menulink').click(function(e){
     e.preventDefault();
   $("#bg").attr('src',"img/picture1.jpg");
 });
});

How to use jQuery with Angular?

Using Angular Cli

 npm install jquery --save

In angular.json under scripts array

"scripts": [ "node_modules/jquery/dist/jquery.min.js" ] // copy relative path of node_modules>jquery>dist>jquery.min.js to avoid path error

Now to use jQuery, all you have to do is to import it as follows in whatever component you want to use jQuery.

For example importing and using jQuery in root component

import { Component, OnInit  } from '@angular/core';
import * as $ from 'jquery'; // I faced issue in using jquery's popover
Or
declare var $: any; // declaring jquery in this way solved the problem

@Component({
  selector: 'app-root',
  templateUrl: './app.component.html',
  styleUrls: ['./app.component.css']
})
export class AppComponent implements OnInit {


ngOnInit() {
}

jQueryExampleModal() { // to show a modal with dummyId
   $('#dummyId').modal('show');
}

Min / Max Validator in Angular 2 Final

Angualr itself provide a min and max number validation functionality.

Example - we have a field like age range then see the use of validation.

  age_range : ['',  Validators.min(1), Validators.max(18)]]

the age always be between 1 to 18.

Change jsp on button click

You have several options, I'll start from the easiest:

1- Change the input buttons to links, you can style them with css so they look like buttons:

<a href="CreateCourse.jsp">Creazione Nuovo Corso</a>

instead of

<input type="button" value="Creazione Nuovo Corso" name="CreateCourse" />

2- Use javascript to change the action of the form depending on the button you click:

<input type="button" value="Creazione Nuovo Corso" name="CreateCourse" 
onclick="document.forms[0].action = 'CreateCourse.jsp'; return true;" />

3- Use a servlet or JSP to handle the request and redirect or forward to the appropriate JSP page.

parse html string with jquery

I'm not a 100% sure, but won't

$(data)

produce a jquery object with a DOM for that data, not connected anywhere? Or if it's already parsed as a DOM, you could just go $("#myImg", data), or whatever selector suits your needs.

EDIT
Rereading your question it appears your 'data' is already a DOM, which means you could just go (assuming there's only an img in your DOM, otherwise you'll need a more precise selector)

$("img", data).attr ("src")

if you want to access the src-attribute. If your data is just text, it would probably work to do

$("img", $(data)).attr ("src")

Keep only date part when using pandas.to_datetime

This worked for me on UTC Timestamp (2020-08-19T09:12:57.945888)

for di, i in enumerate(df['YourColumnName']):
    df['YourColumnName'][di] = pd.Timestamp(i)

How do I get the MAX row with a GROUP BY in LINQ query?

In methods chain form:

db.Serials.GroupBy(i => i.Serial_Number).Select(g => new
    {
        Serial_Number = g.Key,
        uid = g.Max(row => row.uid)
    });

How do I install PIL/Pillow for Python 3.6?

Pillow is released with installation wheels on Windows:

We provide Pillow binaries for Windows compiled for the matrix of supported Pythons in both 32 and 64-bit versions in wheel, egg, and executable installers. These binaries have all of the optional libraries included

https://pillow.readthedocs.io/en/3.3.x/installation.html#basic-installation

Update: Python 3.6 is now supported by Pillow. Install with pip install pillow and check https://pillow.readthedocs.io/en/latest/installation.html for more information.


However, Python 3.6 is still in alpha and not officially supported yet, although the tests do all pass for the nightly Python builds (currently 3.6a4).

https://travis-ci.org/python-pillow/Pillow/jobs/155605577

If it's somehow possible to install the 3.5 wheel for 3.6, that's your best bet. Otherwise, zlib notwithstanding, you'll need to build from source, requiring an MS Visual C++ compiler, and which isn't straightforward. For tips see:

https://pillow.readthedocs.io/en/3.3.x/installation.html#building-from-source

And also see how it's built for Windows on AppVeyor CI (but not yet 3.5 or 3.6):

https://github.com/python-pillow/Pillow/tree/master/winbuild

Failing that, downgrade to Python 3.5 or wait until 3.6 is supported by Pillow, probably closer to the 3.6's official release.

Is it possible to use Java 8 for Android development?

Yes, Android Supports Java 8 Now (24.1.17)

Now it is possible

But you will need to have your device rom run on java 1.8 and enable "jackOptions" to run it. Jack is the name for the new Android compiler that runs Java 8

https://developer.android.com/guide/platform/j8-jack.html

add these lines to build_gradle

    android {
  ...
  defaultConfig {
    ...
    jackOptions {
      enabled true
    }
  }
  compileOptions {
    sourceCompatibility JavaVersion.VERSION_1_8
    targetCompatibility JavaVersion.VERSION_1_8
  }
}

Java 8 seem to be the running java engine of Android studio 2.0, But it still does not accept the syntax of java 8 after I checked, and you cannot chose a compiler from android studio now. However, you can use the scala plugin if you need functional programming mechanism in your android client.

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How to use Select2 with JSON via Ajax request?

for select2 v4.0.0 slightly different

$(".itemSearch").select2({
    tags: true,
    multiple: true,
    tokenSeparators: [',', ' '],
    minimumInputLength: 2,
    minimumResultsForSearch: 10,
    ajax: {
        url: URL,
        dataType: "json",
        type: "GET",
        data: function (params) {

            var queryParameters = {
                term: params.term
            }
            return queryParameters;
        },
        processResults: function (data) {
            return {
                results: $.map(data, function (item) {
                    return {
                        text: item.tag_value,
                        id: item.tag_id
                    }
                })
            };
        }
    }
});

How to decrypt hash stored by bcrypt

You're HASHING, not ENCRYPTING!

What's the difference?

The difference is that hashing is a one way function, where encryption is a two-way function.

So, how do you ascertain that the password is right?

Therefore, when a user submits a password, you don't decrypt your stored hash, instead you perform the same bcrypt operation on the user input and compare the hashes. If they're identical, you accept the authentication.

Should you hash or encrypt passwords?

What you're doing now -- hashing the passwords -- is correct. If you were to simply encrypt passwords, a breach of security of your application could allow a malicious user to trivially learn all user passwords. If you hash (or better, salt and hash) passwords, the user needs to crack passwords (which is computationally expensive on bcrypt) to gain that knowledge.

As your users probably use their passwords in more than one place, this will help to protect them.

Exposing the current state name with ui router

Use Timeout

$timeout(function () { console.log($state.current, 'this is working fine'); }, 100);

See - https://github.com/angular-ui/ui-router/issues/1627

Keeping it simple and how to do multiple CTE in a query

You certainly are able to have multiple CTEs in a single query expression. You just need to separate them with a comma. Here is an example. In the example below, there are two CTEs. One is named CategoryAndNumberOfProducts and the second is named ProductsOverTenDollars.

WITH CategoryAndNumberOfProducts (CategoryID, CategoryName, NumberOfProducts) AS
(
   SELECT
      CategoryID,
      CategoryName,
      (SELECT COUNT(1) FROM Products p
       WHERE p.CategoryID = c.CategoryID) as NumberOfProducts
   FROM Categories c
),

ProductsOverTenDollars (ProductID, CategoryID, ProductName, UnitPrice) AS
(
   SELECT
      ProductID,
      CategoryID,
      ProductName,
      UnitPrice
   FROM Products p
   WHERE UnitPrice > 10.0
)

SELECT c.CategoryName, c.NumberOfProducts,
      p.ProductName, p.UnitPrice
FROM ProductsOverTenDollars p
   INNER JOIN CategoryAndNumberOfProducts c ON
      p.CategoryID = c.CategoryID
ORDER BY ProductName

Pause in Python

An external WConio module can help here: http://newcenturycomputers.net/projects/wconio.html

import WConio
WConio.getch()

Unzipping files

I'm using zip.js and it seems to be quite useful. It's worth a look!

Check the Unzip demo, for example.

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

I host it with my other js files on my own server, and, that's that point, combine and minify them (with django-compresser, here, but that's not the point) to be served as just one js file, with everything the site needs put into it. You'll need to serve your own js files anyway, so I see no reason to not add the extra jquery bytes there too - some more kbs are much more cheaper to transfer, than more requests to be made. You are not dependent to anyone, and as soon as your minified js is cached, you're super fast as well.

On first load, a CDN based solution might win, because you must load the additional jquery kilobytes from your own server (but, without an additional request). I doubt the difference is noticable, though. And then, on a first load with cleared cache, your own hosted solution will probably always be much faster, because of more requests (and DNS lookups) needed, to fetch the CDN jquery.

I wonder how this point is almost never mentioned, and how CDNs seem to take over the world :)

Parse json string using JSON.NET

I did not test the following snippet... hopefully it will point you towards the right direction:

    var jsreader = new JsonTextReader(new StringReader(stringData));
    var json = (JObject)new JsonSerializer().Deserialize(jsreader);
    var tableRows = from p in json["items"]
                 select new
                 {
                     Name = (string)p["Name"],
                     Age = (int)p["Age"],
                     Job = (string)p["Job"]
                 };

How can I convert a zero-terminated byte array to string?

For example,

package main

import "fmt"

func CToGoString(c []byte) string {
    n := -1
    for i, b := range c {
        if b == 0 {
            break
        }
        n = i
    }
    return string(c[:n+1])
}

func main() {
    c := [100]byte{'a', 'b', 'c'}
    fmt.Println("C: ", len(c), c[:4])
    g := CToGoString(c[:])
    fmt.Println("Go:", len(g), g)
}

Output:

C:  100 [97 98 99 0]
Go: 3 abc

"break;" out of "if" statement?

I think the question is a little bit fuzzy - for example, it can be interpreted as a question about best practices in programming loops with if inside. So, I'll try to answer this question with this particular interpretation.

If you have if inside a loop, then in most cases you'd like to know how the loop has ended - was it "broken" by the if or was it ended "naturally"? So, your sample code can be modified in this way:

bool intMaxFound = false;
for (size = 0; size < HAY_MAX; size++)
{
  // wait for hay until EOF
  printf("\nhaystack[%d] = ", size);
  int straw = GetInt();
  if (straw == INT_MAX)
     {intMaxFound = true; break;}

  // add hay to stack
  haystack[size] = straw;
}
if (intMaxFound)
{
  // ... broken
}
else
{
  // ... ended naturally
}

The problem with this code is that the if statement is buried inside the loop body, and it takes some effort to locate it and understand what it does. A more clear (even without the break statement) variant will be:

bool intMaxFound = false;
for (size = 0; size < HAY_MAX && !intMaxFound; size++)
{
  // wait for hay until EOF
  printf("\nhaystack[%d] = ", size);
  int straw = GetInt();
  if (straw == INT_MAX)
     {intMaxFound = true; continue;}

  // add hay to stack
  haystack[size] = straw;
}
if (intMaxFound)
{
  // ... broken
}
else
{
  // ... ended naturally
}

In this case you can clearly see (just looking at the loop "header") that this loop can end prematurely. If the loop body is a multi-page text, written by somebody else, then you'd thank its author for saving your time.

UPDATE:

Thanks to SO - it has just suggested the already answered question about crash of the AT&T phone network in 1990. It's about a risky decision of C creators to use a single reserved word break to exit from both loops and switch.

Anyway this interpretation doesn't follow from the sample code in the original question, so I'm leaving my answer as it is.

android.database.sqlite.SQLiteCantOpenDatabaseException: unknown error (code 14): Could not open database

Another thing to note is Environment.getExternalStorageDirectory() has been deprecated in API 29, so change this if you're using this to get the database path:

https://developer.android.com/reference/android/os/Environment#getExternalStorageDirectory()

This method was deprecated in API level 29.

To improve user privacy, direct access to shared/external storage devices is deprecated. When an app targets Build.VERSION_CODES.Q, the path returned from this method is no longer directly accessible to apps. Apps can continue to access content stored on shared/external storage by migrating to alternatives such as Context#getExternalFilesDir(String), MediaStore, or Intent#ACTION_OPEN_DOCUMENT.

How do I get logs/details of ansible-playbook module executions?

Using callback plugins, you can have the stdout of your commands output in readable form with the play: gist: human_log.py

Edit for example output:

 _____________________________________
< TASK: common | install apt packages >
 -------------------------------------
        \   ^__^
         \  (oo)\_______
            (__)\       )\/\
                ||----w |
                ||     ||


changed: [10.76.71.167] => (item=htop,vim-tiny,curl,git,unzip,update-motd,ssh-askpass,gcc,python-dev,libxml2,libxml2-dev,libxslt-dev,python-lxml,python-pip)

stdout:
Reading package lists...
Building dependency tree...
Reading state information...
libxslt1-dev is already the newest version.
0 upgraded, 0 newly installed, 0 to remove and 24 not upgraded.


stderr:

start:
2015-03-27 17:12:22.132237

end:
2015-03-27 17:12:22.136859

Image comparison - fast algorithm

I believe that dropping the size of the image down to an almost icon size, say 48x48, then converting to greyscale, then taking the difference between pixels, or Delta, should work well. Because we're comparing the change in pixel color, rather than the actual pixel color, it won't matter if the image is slightly lighter or darker. Large changes will matter since pixels getting too light/dark will be lost. You can apply this across one row, or as many as you like to increase the accuracy. At most you'd have 47x47=2,209 subtractions to make in order to form a comparable Key.

Sass calculate percent minus px

Just add the percentage value into a variable and use #{$variable} for example

$twentyFivePercent:25%;
.selector {
    height: calc(#{$twentyFivePercent} - 5px);
}

Setting the default Java character encoding

Recently I bumped into a local company's Notes 6.5 system and found out the webmail would show unidentifiable characters on a non-Zhongwen localed Windows installation. Have dug for several weeks online, figured it out just few minutes ago:

In Java properties, add the following string to Runtime Parameters

-Dfile.encoding=MS950 -Duser.language=zh -Duser.country=TW -Dsun.jnu.encoding=MS950

UTF-8 setting would not work in this case.

Why is JsonRequestBehavior needed?

To make it easier for yourself you could also create an actionfilterattribute

public class AllowJsonGetAttribute : ActionFilterAttribute
{
    public override void OnResultExecuting(ResultExecutingContext filterContext)
    {
        var jsonResult = filterContext.Result as JsonResult;

        if (jsonResult == null)
            throw new ArgumentException("Action does not return a JsonResult, 
                                                   attribute AllowJsonGet is not allowed");

        jsonResult.JsonRequestBehavior = JsonRequestBehavior.AllowGet;            

        base.OnResultExecuting(filterContext);
    }
}

and use it on your action

[AllowJsonGet]
public JsonResult MyAjaxAction()
{
    return Json("this is my test");
}

Debugging JavaScript in IE7

The IE9 developer tools worked for me. Just set the "Browser Mode" menu item to IE7.

Escaping Double Quotes in Batch Script

As an addition to mklement0's excellent answer:

Almost all executables accept \" as an escaped ". Safe usage in cmd however is almost only possible using DELAYEDEXPANSION.
To explicitely send a literal " to some process, assign \" to an environment variable, and then use that variable, whenever you need to pass a quote. Example:

SETLOCAL ENABLEDELAYEDEXPANSION
set q=\"
child "malicious argument!q!&whoami"

Note SETLOCAL ENABLEDELAYEDEXPANSION seems to work only within batch files. To get DELAYEDEXPANSION in an interactive session, start cmd /V:ON.

If your batchfile does't work with DELAYEDEXPANSION, you can enable it temporarily:

::region without DELAYEDEXPANSION

SETLOCAL ENABLEDELAYEDEXPANSION
::region with DELAYEDEXPANSION
set q=\"
echoarg.exe "ab !q! & echo danger"
ENDLOCAL

::region without DELAYEDEXPANSION

If you want to pass dynamic content from a variable that contains quotes that are escaped as "" you can replace "" with \" on expansion:

SETLOCAL ENABLEDELAYEDEXPANSION
foo.exe "danger & bar=region with !dynamic_content:""=\"! & danger"
ENDLOCAL

This replacement is not safe with %...% style expansion!

In case of OP bash -c "g++-linux-4.1 !v_params:"=\"!" is the safe version.


If for some reason even temporarily enabling DELAYEDEXPANSION is not an option, read on:

Using \" from within cmd is a little bit safer if one always needs to escape special characters, instead of just sometimes. (It's less likely to forget a caret, if it's consistent...)

To achieve this, one precedes any quote with a caret (^"), quotes that should reach the child process as literals must additionally be escaped with a backlash (\^"). ALL shell meta characters must be escaped with ^ as well, e.g. & => ^&; | => ^|; > => ^>; etc.

Example:

child ^"malicious argument\^"^&whoami^"

Source: Everyone quotes command line arguments the wrong way, see "A better method of quoting"


To pass dynamic content, one needs to ensure the following:
The part of the command that contains the variable must be considered "quoted" by cmd.exe (This is impossible if the variable can contain quotes - don't write %var:""=\"%). To achieve this, the last " before the variable and the first " after the variable are not ^-escaped. cmd-metacharacters between those two " must not be escaped. Example:

foo.exe ^"danger ^& bar=\"region with %dynamic_content% & danger\"^"

This isn't safe, if %dynamic_content% can contain unmatched quotes.

R Not in subset

The expression df1$id %in% idNums1 produces a logical vector. To negate it, you need to negate the whole vector:

!(df1$id %in% idNums1)

What is &amp used for

HTML doesn't recognize the & but it will recognize &amp; because it is equal to & in HTML

I looked over this post someone had made: http://www.webmasterworld.com/forum21/8851.htm

Integrate ZXing in Android Studio

buttion.setOnClickListener(new View.OnClickListener() {
            @Override
            public void onClick(View v) {

                new com.google.zxing.integration.android.IntentIntegrator(Fragment.this).initiateScan();
            }
        });

    public void onActivityResult(int requestCode, int resultCode, Intent data) {
        IntentResult result = IntentIntegrator.parseActivityResult(requestCode, resultCode, data);
        if(result != null) {
            if(result.getContents() == null) {
                Log.d("MainActivity", "Cancelled scan");
                Toast.makeText(this, "Cancelled", Toast.LENGTH_LONG).show();
            } else {
                Log.d("MainActivity", "Scanned");
                Toast.makeText(this, "Scanned: " + result.getContents(), Toast.LENGTH_LONG).show();
            }
        } else {
            // This is important, otherwise the result will not be passed to the fragment
            super.onActivityResult(requestCode, resultCode, data);
        }
    }



dependencies {
    compile 'com.journeyapps:zxing-android-embedded:3.2.0@aar'
    compile 'com.google.zxing:core:3.2.1'
    compile 'com.android.support:appcompat-v7:23.1.0'
}

How can I rename a field for all documents in MongoDB?

This nodejs code just do that , as @Felix Yan mentioned former way seems to work just fine , i had some issues with other snipets hope this helps.

This will rename column "oldColumnName" to be "newColumnName" of table "documents"

var MongoClient = require('mongodb').MongoClient
  , assert = require('assert');

// Connection URL
//var url = 'mongodb://localhost:27017/myproject';
var url = 'mongodb://myuser:[email protected]:portNumber/databasename';

// Use connect method to connect to the server
MongoClient.connect(url, function(err, db) {
  assert.equal(null, err);
  console.log("Connected successfully to server");

  renameDBColumn(db, function() {
    db.close();
  });

});

//
// This function should be used for renaming a field for all documents
//
var renameDBColumn = function(db, callback) {
  // Get the documents collection
  console.log("renaming database column of table documents");
  //use the former way:
  remap = function (x) {
    if (x.oldColumnName){
      db.collection('documents').update({_id:x._id}, {$set:{"newColumnName":x.oldColumnName}, $unset:{"oldColumnName":1}});
    }
  }

  db.collection('documents').find().forEach(remap);
  console.log("db table documents remap successfully!");
}

Predefined type 'System.ValueTuple´2´ is not defined or imported

I also came accross this issue as I upgraded from .NET 4.6.2 to .NET 4.7.2. Unfortunately, I was not able to remove the package reference to System.ValueTuple because another NuGet package I use depends on it.

Finally I was able to locate the root cause: There was a .NET 4.6.2 version of mscorlib.dll lying around in the project folder (output of a publish operation) and MSBuild decided to reference this assembly instead of the official .NET 4.7.2 reference assembly located in C:\Program Files (x86)\Reference Assemblies\Microsoft\Framework\.NETFramework\v4.7.2.

Due to the fact that System.ValueTuple was introduced in .NET 4.7, MSBuild failed the compilation because it could not find the type in the reference assembly of .NET 4.6.2.

(duplicate of https://stackoverflow.com/a/57777123/128709)

Abstract variables in Java?

The best you could do is have accessor/mutators for the variable.
Something like getTAG()
That way all implementing classes would have to implement them.

Abstract classes are used to define abstract behaviour not data.

How to convert numpy arrays to standard TensorFlow format?

You can use tf.convert_to_tensor():

import tensorflow as tf
import numpy as np

data = [[1,2,3],[4,5,6]]
data_np = np.asarray(data, np.float32)

data_tf = tf.convert_to_tensor(data_np, np.float32)

sess = tf.InteractiveSession()  
print(data_tf.eval())

sess.close()

Here's a link to the documentation for this method:

https://www.tensorflow.org/api_docs/python/tf/convert_to_tensor

Counting Line Numbers in Eclipse

You could use a batch file with the following script:

@echo off
SET count=1
FOR /f "tokens=*" %%G IN ('dir "%CD%\src\*.java" /b /s') DO (type "%%G") >> lines.txt
SET count=1
FOR /f "tokens=*" %%G IN ('type lines.txt') DO (set /a lines+=1)
echo Your Project has currently totaled %lines% lines of code. 
del lines.txt
PAUSE

How to detect window.print() finish

window.print behaves synchronously on chrome .. try this in your console

window.print();
console.log("printed");

"printed" doesn't display unless the print dialog is closed(canceled/saved/printed) by the user.

Here is a more detailed explanation about this issue.

I am not sure about IE or Firefox will check and update that later

How do I use Assert to verify that an exception has been thrown?

MSTest (v2) now has an Assert.ThrowsException function which can be used like this:

Assert.ThrowsException<System.FormatException>(() =>
            {
                Story actual = PersonalSite.Services.Content.ExtractHeader(String.Empty);
            }); 

You can install it with nuget: Install-Package MSTest.TestFramework

PIL image to array (numpy array to array) - Python

I use numpy.fromiter to invert a 8-greyscale bitmap, yet no signs of side-effects

import Image
import numpy as np

im = Image.load('foo.jpg')
im = im.convert('L')

arr = np.fromiter(iter(im.getdata()), np.uint8)
arr.resize(im.height, im.width)

arr ^= 0xFF  # invert
inverted_im = Image.fromarray(arr, mode='L')
inverted_im.show()

Associating enums with strings in C#

I even implemented a few enums as suggested by @Even (via class X and public static X members), just to find out later that these days, starting .Net 4.5, there's the right ToString() method.

Now I'm reimplementing everything back to enums.

How to "fadeOut" & "remove" a div in jQuery?

If you're using it in several different places, you should turn it into a plugin.

jQuery.fn.fadeOutAndRemove = function(speed){
    $(this).fadeOut(speed,function(){
        $(this).remove();
    })
}

And then:

// Somewhere in the program code.
$('div').fadeOutAndRemove('fast');

exit application when click button - iOS

You can use exit method to quit an ios app :

exit(0);

You should say same alert message and ask him to quit

Another way is by using [[NSThread mainThread] exit]

However you should not do this way

According to Apple, your app should not terminate on its own. Since the user did not hit the Home button, any return to the Home screen gives the user the impression that your app crashed. This is confusing, non-standard behavior and should be avoided.

How to print register values in GDB?

  • If only want check it once, info registers show registers.
  • If only want watch one register, for example, display $esp continue display esp registers in gdb command line.
  • If want watch all registers, layout regs continue show registers, with TUI mode.

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

Some APIs want you to supply the appropriate "Accept" header in the request to get the wanted response type.

For example if an API can return data in XML and JSON and you want the JSON result, you would need to set the HttpWebRequest.Accept property to "application/json".

HttpWebRequest httpWebRequest = (HttpWebRequest)WebRequest.Create(requestUri);
httpWebRequest.Method = WebRequestMethods.Http.Get;
httpWebRequest.Accept = "application/json";

Make <body> fill entire screen?

I think the largely correct way, is to set css to this:

html
{
    overflow: hidden;
}

body
{
    margin: 0;
    box-sizing: border-box;
}

html, body
{
    height: 100%;
}

When does Git refresh the list of remote branches?

I believe that if you run git branch --all from Bash that the list of remote and local branches you see will reflect what your local Git "knows" about at the time you run the command. Because your Git is always up to date with regard to the local branches in your system, the list of local branches will always be accurate.

However, for remote branches this need not be the case. Your local Git only knows about remote branches which it has seen in the last fetch (or pull). So it is possible that you might run git branch --all and not see a new remote branch which appeared after the last time you fetched or pulled.

To ensure that your local and remote branch list be up to date you can do a git fetch before running git branch --all.

For further information, the "remote" branches which appear when you run git branch --all are not really remote at all; they are actually local. For example, suppose there be a branch on the remote called feature which you have pulled at least once into your local Git. You will see origin/feature listed as a branch when you run git branch --all. But this branch is actually a local Git branch. When you do git fetch origin, this tracking branch gets updated with any new changes from the remote. This is why your local state can get stale, because there may be new remote branches, or your tracking branches can become stale.

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

npm install -g npm@version

in which you want to downgrade

npm install -g [email protected]

What is a "slug" in Django?

It is a way of generating a valid URL, generally using data already obtained. For instance, using the title of an article to generate a URL.

How to get HttpContext.Current in ASP.NET Core?

There is a solution to this if you really need a static access to the current context. In Startup.Configure(….)

app.Use(async (httpContext, next) =>
{
    CallContext.LogicalSetData("CurrentContextKey", httpContext);
    try
    {
        await next();
    }
    finally
    {
        CallContext.FreeNamedDataSlot("CurrentContextKey");
    }
});

And when you need it you can get it with :

HttpContext context = CallContext.LogicalGetData("CurrentContextKey") as HttpContext;

I hope that helps. Keep in mind this workaround is when you don’t have a choice. The best practice is to use de dependency injection.

javax.naming.NoInitialContextException - Java

We need to specify the INITIAL_CONTEXT_FACTORY, PROVIDER_URL, USERNAME, PASSWORD etc. of JNDI to create an InitialContext.

In a standalone application, you can specify that as below

Hashtable env = new Hashtable();
env.put(Context.INITIAL_CONTEXT_FACTORY, 
    "com.sun.jndi.ldap.LdapCtxFactory");
env.put(Context.PROVIDER_URL, "ldap://ldap.wiz.com:389");
env.put(Context.SECURITY_PRINCIPAL, "joeuser");
env.put(Context.SECURITY_CREDENTIALS, "joepassword");

Context ctx = new InitialContext(env);

But if you are running your code in a Java EE container, these values will be fetched by the container and used to create an InitialContext as below

System.getProperty(Context.PROVIDER_URL);

and

these values will be set while starting the container as JVM arguments. So if you are running the code in a container, the following will work

InitialContext ctx = new InitialContext();

UIWebView open links in Safari

App rejection Note:

Finally UIWbView is dead and Apple will not longer accept it.

Apple started sending email to all the App owner who are still using UIWebView:

Deprecated API Usage - Apple will stop accepting submissions of apps that use UIWebView APIs.

Apple takes User Privacy very seriously and it is obvious that they won’t allow insecure webview.

So do remove UIWebView from your app as soon as possible. don't use try to use UIWebView in new created app and I Prefer to using WKWebView if possible

ITMS-90809: Deprecated API Usage - Apple will stop accepting submissions of apps that use UIWebView APIs . See https://developer.apple.com/documentation/uikit/uiwebview for more information.

Example:

import UIKit
import WebKit

class WebInfoController: UIViewController,WKNavigationDelegate {

    var webView : WKWebView = {
        var webview = WKWebView()
        return webview
    }()

    var _fileName : String!

    override func viewDidLoad() {
        self.view.addSubview(webView)
        webView.fillSuperview()
        let url = Bundle.main.url(forResource: _fileName, withExtension: "html")!
        webView.loadFileURL(url, allowingReadAccessTo: url)
        let request = URLRequest(url: url)
        webView.load(request)
    }


    func webView(webView: WKWebView, didFailProvisionalNavigation navigation: WKNavigation!, withError error: NSError) {
        print(error.localizedDescription)
    }
    func webView(webView: WKWebView, didStartProvisionalNavigation navigation: WKNavigation!) {
        print("Strat to load")
    }
    func webView(webView: WKWebView, didFinishNavigation navigation: WKNavigation!) {
        print("finish to load")
    }
}

ImportError: No module named Image

On a system with both Python 2 and 3 installed and with pip2-installed Pillow failing to provide Image, it is possible to install PIL for Python 2 in a way that will solve ImportError: No module named Image:

easy_install-2.7 --user PIL

or

sudo easy_install-2.7 PIL

Definitive way to trigger keypress events with jQuery

Ok, for me that work with this...

var e2key = function(e) {
    if (!e) return '';
    var event2key = {
        '96':'0', '97':'1', '98':'2', '99':'3', '100':'4', '101':'5', '102':'6', '103':'7', '104':'8', '105':'9', // Chiffres clavier num
        '48':'m0', '49':'m1', '50':'m2', '51':'m3', '52':'m4', '53':'m5', '54':'m6', '55':'m7', '56':'m8', '57':'m9', // Chiffres caracteres speciaux
        '65':'a', '66':'b', '67':'c', '68':'d', '69':'e', '70':'f', '71':'g', '72':'h', '73':'i', '74':'j', '75':'k', '76':'l', '77':'m', '78':'n', '79':'o', '80':'p', '81':'q', '82':'r', '83':'s', '84':'t', '85':'u', '86':'v', '87':'w', '88':'x', '89':'y', '90':'z', // Alphabet
        '37':'left', '39':'right', '38':'up', '40':'down', '13':'enter', '27':'esc', '32':'space', '107':'+', '109':'-', '33':'pageUp', '34':'pageDown' // KEYCODES
    };
    return event2key[(e.which || e.keyCode)];
};

var page5Key = function(e, customKey) {
    if (e) e.preventDefault();
    switch(e2key(customKey || e)) {
        case 'left': /*...*/ break;
        case 'right': /*...*/ break;
    }
};

$(document).bind('keyup', page5Key);

$(document).trigger('keyup', [{preventDefault:function(){},keyCode:37}]); 

What is the role of the package-lock.json?

package-lock.json is written to when a numerical value in a property such as the "version" property, or a dependency property is changed in package.json.

If these numerical values in package.json and package-lock.json match, package-lock.json is read from.

If these numerical values in package.json and package-lock.json do not match, package-lock.json is written to with those new values, and new modifiers such as the caret and tilde if they are present. But it is the numeral that is triggering the change to package-lock.json.

To see what I mean, do the following. Using package.json without package-lock.json, run npm install with:

{
  "name": "test",
  "version": "1.0.0",
  ...
  "devDependencies": {
    "sinon": "7.2.2"
  }
}

package-lock.json will now have:

"sinon": {
  "version": "7.2.2",

Now copy/paste both files to a new directory. Change package.json to (only adding caret):

{
  "name": "test",
  "version": "1.0.0",
  ...
  "devDependencies": {
    "sinon": "^7.2.2"
  }
}

run npm install. If there were no package-lock.json file, [email protected] would be installed. npm install is reading from package-lock.json and installing 7.2.2.

Now change package.json to:

{
  "name": "test",
  "version": "1.0.0",
  ...
  "devDependencies": {
    "sinon": "^7.3.0"
  }
}

run npm install. package-lock.json has been written to, and will now show:

"sinon": {
  "version": "^7.3.0",

Changing .gitconfig location on Windows

  1. Change to folder %PROGRAMFILES%\Git\etc
  2. Edit file profile
  3. Add to first line HOME="c:\location_were_you_want_gitconfig"
  4. Done

Note: The file permissions are usually restricted, so change them accordingly or you won't be able to save your changes.

How to set environment variable for everyone under my linux system?

Every process running under the Linux kernel receives its own, unique environment that it inherits from its parent. In this case, the parent will be either a shell itself (spawning a sub shell), or the 'login' program (on a typical system).

As each process' environment is protected, there is no way to 'inject' an environmental variable to every running process, so even if you modify the default shell .rc / profile, it won't go into effect until each process exits and reloads its start up settings.

Look in /etc/ to modify the default start up variables for any particular shell. Just realize that users can (and often do) change them in their individual settings.

Unix is designed to obey the user, within limits.

NB: Bash is not the only shell on your system. Pay careful attention to what the /bin/sh symbolic link actually points to. On many systems, this could actually be dash which is (by default, with no special invocation) POSIXLY correct. Therefore, you should take care to modify both defaults, or scripts that start with /bin/sh will not inherit your global defaults. Similarly, take care to avoid syntax that only bash understands when editing both, aka avoiding bashisms.

Batch Extract path and filename from a variable

All of this works for me:

@Echo Off
Echo Directory = %~dp0
Echo Object Name With Quotations=%0
Echo Object Name Without Quotes=%~0
Echo Bat File Drive = %~d0
Echo Full File Name = %~n0%~x0
Echo File Name Without Extension = %~n0
Echo File Extension = %~x0
Pause>Nul

Output:

Directory = D:\Users\Thejordster135\Desktop\Code\BAT\

Object Name With Quotations="D:\Users\Thejordster135\Desktop\Code\BAT\Path_V2.bat"

Object Name Without Quotes=D:\Users\Thejordster135\Desktop\Code\BAT\Path_V2.bat

Bat File Drive = D:

Full File Name = Path.bat

File Name Without Extension = Path

File Extension = .bat

How can I show a combobox in Android?

Not tested, but the closer you can get seems to be is with AutoCompleteTextView. You can write an adapter wich ignores the filter functions. Something like:

class UnconditionalArrayAdapter<T> extends ArrayAdapter<T> {
    final List<T> items;
    public UnconditionalArrayAdapter(Context context, int textViewResourceId, List<T> items) {
        super(context, textViewResourceId, items);
        this.items = items;
    }

    public Filter getFilter() {
        return new NullFilter();
    }

    class NullFilter extends Filter {
        protected Filter.FilterResults performFiltering(CharSequence constraint) {
            final FilterResults results = new FilterResults();
            results.values = items;
            return results;
        }

        protected void publishResults(CharSequence constraint, Filter.FilterResults results) {
            items.clear(); // `items` must be final, thus we need to copy the elements by hand.
            for (Object item : (List) results.values) {
                items.add((String) item);
            }
            if (results.count > 0) {
                notifyDataSetChanged();
            } else {
                notifyDataSetInvalidated();
            }
        }
    }
}

... then in your onCreate:

String[] COUNTRIES = new String[] {"Belgium", "France", "Italy", "Germany"};
List<String> contriesList = Arrays.asList(COUNTRIES());
ArrayAdapter<String> adapter = new UnconditionalArrayAdapter<String>(this,
    android.R.layout.simple_dropdown_item_1line, contriesList);
AutoCompleteTextView textView = (AutoCompleteTextView)
    findViewById(R.id.countries_list);
textView.setAdapter(adapter);

The code is not tested, there can be some features with the filtering method I did not consider, but there you have it, the basic principles to emulate a ComboBox with an AutoCompleteTextView.

Edit Fixed NullFilter implementation. We need access on the items, thus the constructor of the UnconditionalArrayAdapter needs to take a reference to a List (kind of a buffer). You can also use e.g. adapter = new UnconditionalArrayAdapter<String>(..., new ArrayList<String>); and then use adapter.add("Luxemburg"), so you don't need to manage the buffer list.

How to pass a value from Vue data to href?

You need to use v-bind: or its alias :. For example,

<a v-bind:href="'/job/'+ r.id">

or

<a :href="'/job/' + r.id">

CSS last-child(-1)

You can use :nth-last-child(); in fact, besides :nth-last-of-type() I don't know what else you could use. I'm not sure what you mean by "dynamic", but if you mean whether the style applies to the new second last child when more children are added to the list, yes it will. Interactive fiddle.

ul li:nth-last-child(2)

Custom HTTP Authorization Header

Old question I know, but for the curious:

Believe it or not, this issue was solved ~2 decades ago with HTTP BASIC, which passes the value as base64 encoded username:password. (See http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Basic_access_authentication#Client_side)

You could do the same, so that the example above would become:

Authorization: FIRE-TOKEN MFBONUoxN0hCR1pIVDdKSjNYODI6ZnJKSVVOOERZcEtEdE9MQ3dvLy95bGxxRHpnPQ==

How to set variables in HIVE scripts

Most of the answers here have suggested to either use hiveconf or hivevar namespace to store the variable. And all those answers are right. However, there is one more namespace.

There are total three namespaces available for holding variables.

  1. hiveconf - hive started with this, all the hive configuration is stored as part of this conf. Initially, variable substitution was not part of hive and when it got introduced, all the user-defined variables were stored as part of this as well. Which is definitely not a good idea. So two more namespaces were created.
  2. hivevar: To store user variables
  3. system: To store system variables.

And so if you are storing a variable as part of a query (i.e. date or product_number) you should use hivevar namespace and not hiveconf namespace.

And this is how it works.

hiveconf is still the default namespace, so if you don't provide any namespace it will store your variable in hiveconf namespace.

However, when it comes to referring a variable, it's not true. By default it refers to hivevar namespace. Confusing, right? It can become clearer with the following example.

If you do not provide namespace as mentioned below, variable var will be stored in hiveconf namespace.

set var="default_namespace";

So, to access this you need to specify hiveconf namespace

select ${hiveconf:var};

And if you do not provide namespace it will give you an error as mentioned below, reason being that by default if you try to access a variable it checks in hivevar namespace only. And in hivevar there is no variable named var

select ${var}; 

We have explicitly provided hivevar namespace

set hivevar:var="hivevar_namespace";

as we are providing the namespace this will work.

select ${hivevar:var}; 

And as default, workspace used during referring a variable is hivevar, the following will work too.

select ${var};

Circle drawing with SVG's arc path

It's a good idea that using two arc command to draw a full circle.

usually, I use ellipse or circle element to draw a full circle.

Showing line numbers in IPython/Jupyter Notebooks

Was looking for this: Shift-L in JupyterLab 1.0.0

AngularJS - pass function to directive

How about passing the controller function with bidirectional binding? Then you can use it in the directive exactly the same way as in a regular template (I stripped irrelevant parts for simplicity):

<div ng-controller="testCtrl">

   <!-- pass the function with no arguments -->
   <test color1="color1" update-fn="updateFn"></test>
</div>

<script>
   angular.module('dr', [])
   .controller("testCtrl", function($scope) {
      $scope.updateFn = function(msg) {
         alert(msg);
      }
   })
   .directive('test', function() {
      return {
         scope: {
            updateFn: '=' // '=' bidirectional binding
         },
         template: "<button ng-click='updateFn(1337)'>Click</button>"
      }
   });
</script>

I landed at this question, because I tried the method above befire, but somehow it didn't work. Now it works perfectly.

If/else else if in Jquery for a condition

  <script src="https://ajax.googleapis.com/ajax/libs/jquery/3.4.1/jquery.min.js"></script>
  <form name="myform">
    Enter your name
    <input type="text" name="inputbox" id='textBox' value="" />
    <input type="button" name="button" class="member" value="Click1" />
    <input type="button" name="button" value="Click2" onClick="testResults()" />
  </form>
  <script>
    function testResults(n) {
      var answer = $("#textBox").val();
      if (answer == 2) {
        alert("Good !");
      } else if (answer == 3) {
        alert("very Good !");
      } else if (answer == 4) {
        alert("better !");
      } else if (answer == 5) {
        alert("best !");
      } else {
        alert('wrong');
      }
    }
    $(document).on('click', '.member', function () {
      var answer = $("#textBox").val();
      if (answer == 2) {
        alert("Good !");
      } else if (answer == 3) {
        alert("very Good !");
      } else if (answer == 4) {
        alert("better !");
      } else if (answer == 5) {
        alert("best !");
      } else {
        alert('wrong');
      }
    });
  </script>

Best way to verify string is empty or null

This one from Google Guava could check out "null and empty String" in the same time.

Strings.isNullOrEmpty("Your string.");

Add a dependency with Maven

<dependency>
  <groupId>com.google.guava</groupId>
  <artifactId>guava</artifactId>
  <version>20.0</version>
</dependency>

with Gradle

dependencies {
  compile 'com.google.guava:guava:20.0'
}

Getting Error "Form submission canceled because the form is not connected"

You must ensure that the form is in the document. You can append the form to the body.

SQL Server: Attach incorrect version 661

SQL Server 2008 databases are version 655. SQL Server 2008 R2 databases are 661. You are trying to attach an 2008 R2 database (v. 661) to an 2008 instance and this is not supported. Once the database has been upgraded to an 2008 R2 version, it cannot be downgraded. You'll have to either upgrade your 2008 SP2 instance to R2, or you have to copy out the data in that database into an 2008 database (eg using the data migration wizard, or something equivalent).

The message is misleading, to say the least, it says 662 because SQL Server 2008 SP2 does support 662 as a database version, this is when 15000 partitions are enabled in the database, see Support for 15000 Partitions.docx. Enabling the support bumps the DB version to 662, disabling it moves it back to 655. But SQL Server 2008 SP2 does not support 661 (the R2 version).

How to make 'submit' button disabled?

It is important that you include the "required" keyword inside each one of your mandatory input tags for it to work.

 <form (ngSubmit)="login(loginForm.value)" #loginForm="ngForm">
    ...
    <input ngModel required name="username" id="userName" type="text" class="form-control" placeholder="User Name..." />
    <button type="submit" [disabled]="loginForm.invalid" class="btn btn-primary">Login</button>

ADB not responding. You can wait more,or kill "adb.exe" process manually and click 'Restart'

Check if any service is listening on port 5037, and kill it. You can use lsof for this:

$ lsof -i :5037
$ kill <PID Process>

Then try

$ adb start-server
* daemon not running. starting it now on port 5037 *
* daemon started successfully *

This solved my problem.

How to change the background color of Action Bar's Option Menu in Android 4.2?

In case people are still visiting for a working solution, here is what worked for me:-- This is for Appcompat support library. This is in continuation to ActionBar styling explained here

Following is the styles.xml file.

<resources>
    <!-- Base application theme. -->
    <style name="AppTheme" parent="Theme.AppCompat.Light">
        <!-- This is the styling for action bar -->
        <item name="actionBarStyle">@style/MyActionBar</item>
        <!--To change the text styling of options menu items</item>-->
        <item name="android:itemTextAppearance">@style/MyActionBar.MenuTextStyle</item>
        <!--To change the background of options menu-->
        <item name="android:itemBackground">@color/skyBlue</item>
    </style>

    <style name="MyActionBar" parent="@style/Widget.AppCompat.Light.ActionBar.Solid.Inverse">
        <item name="background">@color/red</item>
        <item name="titleTextStyle">@style/MyActionBarTitle</item>
    </style>

    <style name="MyActionBarTitle" parent="@style/TextAppearance.AppCompat.Widget.ActionBar.Title">
        <item name="android:textColor">@color/white</item>
    </style>

    <style name="MyActionBar.MenuTextStyle"
        parent="style/TextAppearance.AppCompat.Widget.ActionBar.Title">
        <item name="android:textColor">@color/red</item>
        <item name="android:textStyle">bold</item>
        <item name="android:textSize">25sp</item>
    </style>
</resources>

and this is how it looks--MenuItem background color is skyblue and MenuItem text color is pink with textsize as 25sp:--

enter image description here

High-precision clock in Python

On the same win10 OS system using "two distinct method approaches" there appears to be an approximate "500 ns" time difference. If you care about nanosecond precision check my code below.

The modifications of the code is based on code from user cod3monk3y and Kevin S.

OS: python 3.7.3 (default, date, time) [MSC v.1915 64 bit (AMD64)]

def measure1(mean):
    for i in range(1, my_range+1):
        x = time.time()
        
        td = x- samples1[i-1][2]
        if i-1 == 0:
            td = 0
        td = f'{td:.6f}'
        samples1.append((i, td, x))
        mean += float(td)
        print (mean)
        sys.stdout.flush()
        time.sleep(0.001)
    
    mean = mean/my_range
    
    return mean

def measure2(nr):
    t0 = time.time()
    t1 = t0
    while t1 == t0:
        t1 = time.time()
    td = t1-t0
    td = f'{td:.6f}'
    return (nr, td, t1, t0)

samples1 = [(0, 0, 0)]
my_range = 10
mean1    = 0.0
mean2    = 0.0

mean1 = measure1(mean1)

for i in samples1: print (i)

print ('...\n\n')

samples2 = [measure2(i) for i in range(11)]

for s in samples2:
    #print(f'time delta: {s:.4f} seconds')
    mean2 += float(s[1])
    print (s)
    
mean2 = mean2/my_range

print ('\nMean1 : ' f'{mean1:.6f}')
print ('Mean2 : ' f'{mean2:.6f}')

The measure1 results:

nr, td, t0
(0, 0, 0)
(1, '0.000000', 1562929696.617988)
(2, '0.002000', 1562929696.6199884)
(3, '0.001001', 1562929696.620989)
(4, '0.001001', 1562929696.62199)
(5, '0.001001', 1562929696.6229906)
(6, '0.001001', 1562929696.6239917)
(7, '0.001001', 1562929696.6249924)
(8, '0.001000', 1562929696.6259928)
(9, '0.001001', 1562929696.6269937)
(10, '0.001001', 1562929696.6279945)
...

The measure2 results:

nr, td , t1, t0
(0, '0.000500', 1562929696.6294951, 1562929696.6289947)
(1, '0.000501', 1562929696.6299958, 1562929696.6294951)
(2, '0.000500', 1562929696.6304958, 1562929696.6299958)
(3, '0.000500', 1562929696.6309962, 1562929696.6304958)
(4, '0.000500', 1562929696.6314962, 1562929696.6309962)
(5, '0.000500', 1562929696.6319966, 1562929696.6314962)
(6, '0.000500', 1562929696.632497, 1562929696.6319966)
(7, '0.000500', 1562929696.6329975, 1562929696.632497)
(8, '0.000500', 1562929696.633498, 1562929696.6329975)
(9, '0.000500', 1562929696.6339984, 1562929696.633498)
(10, '0.000500', 1562929696.6344984, 1562929696.6339984)

End result:

Mean1 : 0.001001 # (measure1 function)

Mean2 : 0.000550 # (measure2 function)

Where can I find a list of escape characters required for my JSON ajax return type?

Right away, I can tell that at least the double quotes in the HTML tags are gonna be a problem. Those are probably all you'll need to escape for it to be valid JSON; just replace

"

with

\"

As for outputting user-input text, you do need to make sure you run it through HttpUtility.HtmlEncode() to avoid XSS attacks and to make sure that it doesn't screw up the formatting of your page.

What is the color code for transparency in CSS?

Simply put:

.democlass {
    background-color: rgba(246,245,245,0);
}

That should give you a transparent background.

Get last record of a table in Postgres

The column name plays an important role in the descending order:

select <COLUMN_NAME1, COLUMN_NAME2> from >TABLENAME> ORDER BY <COLUMN_NAME THAT MENTIONS TIME> DESC LIMIT 1;

For example: The below-mentioned table(user_details) consists of the column name 'created_at' that has timestamp for the table.

SELECT userid, username FROM user_details ORDER BY created_at DESC LIMIT 1;

Match two strings in one line with grep

When the both strings are in sequence then put a pattern in between on grep command:

$ grep -E "string1(?.*)string2" file

Example if the following lines are contained in a file named Dockerfile:

FROM python:3.8 as build-python
FROM python:3.8-slim

To get the line that contains the strings: FROM python and as build-python then use:

$ grep -E "FROM python:(?.*) as build-python" Dockerfile

Then the output will show only the line that contain both strings:

FROM python:3.8 as build-python

Using LINQ to remove elements from a List<T>

Simple solution:

static void Main()
{
    List<string> myList = new List<string> { "Jason", "Bob", "Frank", "Bob" };
    myList.RemoveAll(x => x == "Bob");

    foreach (string s in myList)
    {
        //
    }
}

Retrieving a List from a java.util.stream.Stream in Java 8

There is an another variant of collect method provided by LongStream class and similarly by IntStream and DoubleStream classes too .

<R> R collect(Supplier<R> supplier,
              ObjLongConsumer<R> accumulator,
              BiConsumer<R,R> combiner)

Performs a mutable reduction operation on the elements of this stream. A mutable reduction is one in which the reduced value is a mutable result container, such as an ArrayList, and elements are incorporated by updating the state of the result rather than by replacing the result. This produces a result equivalent to:

R result = supplier.get();
  for (long element : this stream)
       accumulator.accept(result, element);
  return result;

Like reduce(long, LongBinaryOperator), collect operations can be parallelized without requiring additional synchronization. This is a terminal operation.

And answer to your question with this collect method is as below :

    LongStream.of(1L, 2L, 3L, 3L).filter(i -> i > 2)
    .collect(ArrayList::new, (list, value) -> list.add(value)
    , (list1, list2) -> list1.addAll(list2));

Below is the method reference variant which is quite smart but some what tricky to understand :

     LongStream.of(1L, 2L, 3L, 3L).filter(i -> i > 2)
    .collect(ArrayList::new, List::add , List::addAll);

Below will be the HashSet variant :

     LongStream.of(1L, 2L, 3L, 3).filter(i -> i > 2)
     .collect(HashSet::new, HashSet::add, HashSet::addAll);

Similarly LinkedList variant is like this :

     LongStream.of(1L, 2L, 3L, 3L)
     .filter(i -> i > 2)
     .collect(LinkedList::new, LinkedList::add, LinkedList::addAll);

Python syntax for "if a or b or c but not all of them"

And why not just count them ?

import sys
a = sys.argv
if len(a) = 1 :  
    # No arguments were given, the program name count as one
elif len(a) = 4 :
    # Three arguments were given
else :
    # another amount of arguments was given

Difference between numpy.array shape (R, 1) and (R,)

The data structure of shape (n,) is called a rank 1 array. It doesn't behave consistently as a row vector or a column vector which makes some of its operations and effects non intuitive. If you take the transpose of this (n,) data structure, it'll look exactly same and the dot product will give you a number and not a matrix. The vectors of shape (n,1) or (1,n) row or column vectors are much more intuitive and consistent.

PHP "php://input" vs $_POST

php://input can give you the raw bytes of the data. This is useful if the POSTed data is a JSON encoded structure, which is often the case for an AJAX POST request.

Here's a function to do just that:

  /**
   * Returns the JSON encoded POST data, if any, as an object.
   * 
   * @return Object|null
   */
  private function retrieveJsonPostData()
  {
    // get the raw POST data
    $rawData = file_get_contents("php://input");

    // this returns null if not valid json
    return json_decode($rawData);
  }

The $_POST array is more useful when you're handling key-value data from a form, submitted by a traditional POST. This only works if the POSTed data is in a recognised format, usually application/x-www-form-urlencoded (see http://www.w3.org/TR/html4/interact/forms.html#h-17.13.4 for details).

Reading *.wav files in Python

PyDub (http://pydub.com/) has not been mentioned and that should be fixed. IMO this is the most comprehensive library for reading audio files in Python right now, although not without its faults. Reading a wav file:

from pydub import AudioSegment

audio_file = AudioSegment.from_wav('path_to.wav')
# or
audio_file = AudioSegment.from_file('path_to.wav')

# do whatever you want with the audio, change bitrate, export, convert, read info, etc.
# Check out the API docs http://pydub.com/

PS. The example is about reading a wav file, but PyDub can handle a lot of various formats out of the box. The caveat is that it's based on both native Python wav support and ffmpeg, so you have to have ffmpeg installed and a lot of the pydub capabilities rely on the ffmpeg version. Usually if ffmpeg can do it, so can pydub (which is quite powerful).

Non-disclaimer: I'm not related to the project, but I am a heavy user.

Associative arrays in Shell scripts

Another option, if portability is not your main concern, is to use associative arrays that are built in to the shell. This should work in bash 4.0 (available now on most major distros, though not on OS X unless you install it yourself), ksh, and zsh:

declare -A newmap
newmap[name]="Irfan Zulfiqar"
newmap[designation]=SSE
newmap[company]="My Own Company"

echo ${newmap[company]}
echo ${newmap[name]}

Depending on the shell, you may need to do a typeset -A newmap instead of declare -A newmap, or in some it may not be necessary at all.

Python: Tuples/dictionaries as keys, select, sort

Database, dict of dicts, dictionary of list of dictionaries, named tuple (it's a subclass), sqlite, redundancy... I didn't believe my eyes. What else ?

"It might well be that dictionaries with tuples as keys are not the proper way to handle this situation."

"my gut feeling is that a database is overkill for the OP's needs; "

Yeah! I thought

So, in my opinion, a list of tuples is plenty enough :

from operator import itemgetter

li = [  ('banana',     'blue'   , 24) ,
        ('apple',      'green'  , 12) ,
        ('strawberry', 'blue'   , 16 ) ,
        ('banana',     'yellow' , 13) ,
        ('apple',      'gold'   , 3 ) ,
        ('pear',       'yellow' , 10) ,
        ('strawberry', 'orange' , 27) ,
        ('apple',      'blue'   , 21) ,
        ('apple',      'silver' , 0 ) ,
        ('strawberry', 'green'  , 4 ) ,
        ('banana',     'brown'  , 14) ,
        ('strawberry', 'yellow' , 31) ,
        ('apple',      'pink'   , 9 ) ,
        ('strawberry', 'gold'   , 0 ) ,
        ('pear',       'gold'   , 66) ,
        ('apple',      'yellow' , 9 ) ,
        ('pear',       'brown'  , 5 ) ,
        ('strawberry', 'pink'   , 8 ) ,
        ('apple',      'purple' , 7 ) ,
        ('pear',       'blue'   , 51) ,
        ('chesnut',    'yellow',  0 )   ]


print set( u[1] for u in li ),': all potential colors'
print set( c for f,c,n in li if n!=0),': all effective colors'
print [ c for f,c,n in li if f=='banana' ],': all potential colors of bananas'
print [ c for f,c,n in li if f=='banana' and n!=0],': all effective colors of bananas'
print

print set( u[0] for u in li ),': all potential fruits'
print set( f for f,c,n in li if n!=0),': all effective fruits'
print [ f for f,c,n in li if c=='yellow' ],': all potential fruits being yellow'
print [ f for f,c,n in li if c=='yellow' and n!=0],': all effective fruits being yellow'
print

print len(set( u[1] for u in li )),': number of all potential colors'
print len(set(c for f,c,n in li if n!=0)),': number of all effective colors'
print len( [c for f,c,n in li if f=='strawberry']),': number of potential colors of strawberry'
print len( [c for f,c,n in li if f=='strawberry' and n!=0]),': number of effective colors of strawberry'
print

# sorting li by name of fruit
print sorted(li),'  sorted li by name of fruit'
print

# sorting li by number 
print sorted(li, key = itemgetter(2)),'  sorted li by number'
print

# sorting li first by name of color and secondly by name of fruit
print sorted(li, key = itemgetter(1,0)),'  sorted li first by name of color and secondly by name of fruit'
print

result

set(['blue', 'brown', 'gold', 'purple', 'yellow', 'pink', 'green', 'orange', 'silver']) : all potential colors
set(['blue', 'brown', 'gold', 'purple', 'yellow', 'pink', 'green', 'orange']) : all effective colors
['blue', 'yellow', 'brown'] : all potential colors of bananas
['blue', 'yellow', 'brown'] : all effective colors of bananas

set(['strawberry', 'chesnut', 'pear', 'banana', 'apple']) : all potential fruits
set(['strawberry', 'pear', 'banana', 'apple']) : all effective fruits
['banana', 'pear', 'strawberry', 'apple', 'chesnut'] : all potential fruits being yellow
['banana', 'pear', 'strawberry', 'apple'] : all effective fruits being yellow

9 : number of all potential colors
8 : number of all effective colors
6 : number of potential colors of strawberry
5 : number of effective colors of strawberry

[('apple', 'blue', 21), ('apple', 'gold', 3), ('apple', 'green', 12), ('apple', 'pink', 9), ('apple', 'purple', 7), ('apple', 'silver', 0), ('apple', 'yellow', 9), ('banana', 'blue', 24), ('banana', 'brown', 14), ('banana', 'yellow', 13), ('chesnut', 'yellow', 0), ('pear', 'blue', 51), ('pear', 'brown', 5), ('pear', 'gold', 66), ('pear', 'yellow', 10), ('strawberry', 'blue', 16), ('strawberry', 'gold', 0), ('strawberry', 'green', 4), ('strawberry', 'orange', 27), ('strawberry', 'pink', 8), ('strawberry', 'yellow', 31)]   sorted li by name of fruit

[('apple', 'silver', 0), ('strawberry', 'gold', 0), ('chesnut', 'yellow', 0), ('apple', 'gold', 3), ('strawberry', 'green', 4), ('pear', 'brown', 5), ('apple', 'purple', 7), ('strawberry', 'pink', 8), ('apple', 'pink', 9), ('apple', 'yellow', 9), ('pear', 'yellow', 10), ('apple', 'green', 12), ('banana', 'yellow', 13), ('banana', 'brown', 14), ('strawberry', 'blue', 16), ('apple', 'blue', 21), ('banana', 'blue', 24), ('strawberry', 'orange', 27), ('strawberry', 'yellow', 31), ('pear', 'blue', 51), ('pear', 'gold', 66)]   sorted li by number

[('apple', 'blue', 21), ('banana', 'blue', 24), ('pear', 'blue', 51), ('strawberry', 'blue', 16), ('banana', 'brown', 14), ('pear', 'brown', 5), ('apple', 'gold', 3), ('pear', 'gold', 66), ('strawberry', 'gold', 0), ('apple', 'green', 12), ('strawberry', 'green', 4), ('strawberry', 'orange', 27), ('apple', 'pink', 9), ('strawberry', 'pink', 8), ('apple', 'purple', 7), ('apple', 'silver', 0), ('apple', 'yellow', 9), ('banana', 'yellow', 13), ('chesnut', 'yellow', 0), ('pear', 'yellow', 10), ('strawberry', 'yellow', 31)]   sorted li first by name of color and secondly by name of fruit

How to Navigate from one View Controller to another using Swift

Swift 3

let secondviewController:UIViewController =  self.storyboard?.instantiateViewController(withIdentifier: "StoryboardIdOfsecondviewController") as? SecondViewController

self.navigationController?.pushViewController(secondviewController, animated: true)

How can I use iptables on centos 7?

Last month I tried to configure iptables on a LXC VM container, but every time after reboot the iptables configuration was not automatically loaded.

The only way for me to get it working was by running the following command:

yum -y install iptables-services; systemctl disable firewalld; systemctl mask firewalld; service iptables restart; service iptables save

How to return a struct from a function in C++?

As pointed out by others, define studentType outside the function. One more thing, even if you do that, do not create a local studentType instance inside the function. The instance is on the function stack and will not be available when you try to return it. One thing you can however do is create studentType dynamically and return the pointer to it outside the function.

Dark color scheme for Eclipse

As I replied to "Is there a simple, consistent way to change the color scheme of Eclipse editors?":

I've been looking for this too and after a bit of research found a workable solution. This is based on the FDT editor for Eclipse, but I'm sure you could apply the same logic to other editors.

My blog post: Howto create a color-scheme for FDT

Hope this helps!

Bootstrap Carousel image doesn't align properly

I faced the same problem and solved it this way: It's possible to insert non-image content to Carousel, so we can use it. You should first insert div.inner-item (where you will make center alignment), and then insert image inside this div.

Here is my code (Ruby):

<div id="myCarousel" class="carousel slide">
    <!-- Carousel items -->
    <div class="carousel-inner">
        <div class="active item">
            <%= image_tag "couples/1.jpg" %>
        </div> 
        <% (2..55).each do |t|%>
            <div class="item">
                <div class='inner-item'>
                    <%= image_tag "couples/#{t}.jpg" %>
                </div>
            </div> 
        <% end -%>
    </div>
    <!-- Carousel nav -->
    <a class="carousel-control left" href="#myCarousel" data-slide="prev">&lsaquo;</a>
    <a class="carousel-control right" href="#myCarousel" data-slide="next">&rsaquo;</a>
</div>

And my css-code(.scss):

.inner-item {
    text-align: center;
    img {
        margin: 0 auto;
    }
}

How can I convert a string with dot and comma into a float in Python

If you have a comma as decimals separator and the dot as thousands separator, you can do:

s = s.replace('.','').replace(',','.')
number = float(s)

Hope it will help

What's the difference between console.dir and console.log?

Difference between console.log() and console.dir():

Here is the difference in a nutshell:

  • console.log(input): The browser logs in a nicely formatted manner
  • console.dir(input): The browser logs just the object with all its properties

Example:

The following code:

let obj = {a: 1, b: 2};
let DOMel = document.getElementById('foo');
let arr = [1,2,3];

console.log(DOMel);
console.dir(DOMel);

console.log(obj);
console.dir(obj);

console.log(arr);
console.dir(arr);

Logs the following in google dev tools:

enter image description here