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ORA-00934: group function is not allowed here

MAX(DATE) - SQL ORACLE

select * from 
  (SELECT MEMBSHIP_ID
   FROM user_payment WHERE user_id=1
   order by paym_date desc) 
where rownum=1;

Load image from resources area of project in C#

Strangely enough, from poking in the designer I find what seems to be a much simpler approach:

The image seems to be available from .Properties.Resources.

I'm simply using an image as all I'm interested in is pasting it into a control with an image on it.

(Net 4.0, VS2010.)

"ImportError: no module named 'requests'" after installing with pip

Run in command prompt.

pip list

Check what version you have installed on your system if you have an old version.

Try to uninstall the package...

pip uninstall requests

Try after to install it:

pip install requests

You can also test if pip does not do the job.

easy_install requests

Operator overloading in Java

As many others have answered: Java doesn't support user-defined operator overloading.

Maybe this is off-topic, but I want to comment on some things I read in some answers.

About readability.
Compare:

  1. c = a + b
  2. c = a.add(b)

Look again!
Which one is more readable?

A programming language that allows the creation of user-defined types, should allow them to act in the same way as the built-in types (or primitive types).

So Java breaks a fundamental principle of Generic Programming:
We should be able to interchange objects of built-in types with objects of user-defined types.
(You may be wondering: "Did he say 'objects of built-in'?". Yes, see here.)

About String concatenation:

Mathematicians use the symbol + for commutative operations on sets.
So we can be sure that a + b = b + a.
String concatenation (in most programming languages) doesn't respect this common mathematical notation.

a := "hello";
b := "world";
c := (a + b = b + a);

or in Java:

String a = "hello";
String b = "world";
boolean c = (a + b).equals(b + a);

Extra:
Notice how in Java equality and identity are confused. The == (equality) symbol means:
a. Equality for primitive types.
b. Identity-check for user-defined types, therefore, we are forced to use the function equals() for equality.
But... What has this to do with operator overloading?
If the language allows the operator overloading the user could give the proper meaning to the equality operator.

Hive load CSV with commas in quoted fields

keep the delimiter in single quotes it will work.

ROW FORMAT DELIMITED 
FIELDS TERMINATED BY ','
LINES TERMINATED BY '\n';

This will work

Regular expression to match a line that doesn't contain a word

With ConyEdit, you can use the command line cc.gl !/hede/ to get lines that do not contain the regex matching, or use the command line cc.dl /hede/ to delete lines that contain the regex matching. They have the same result.

Border around each cell in a range

You can also include this task within another macro, without opening a new one:

I don't put Sub and end Sub, because the macro contains much longer code, as per picture below

With Sheets("1_PL").Range("EF1631:JJ1897")
    With .Borders
    .LineStyle = xlContinuous
    .Color = vbBlack
    .Weight = xlThin
    End With
[![enter image description here][1]][1]End With

How to send an email from JavaScript

There seems to be a new solution at the horizon. It's called EmailJS. They claim that no server code is needed. You can request an invitation.

Update August 2016: EmailJS seems to be live already. You can send up to 200 emails per month for free and it offers subscriptions for higher volumes.

System.Windows.Markup.XamlParseException' occurred in PresentationFramework.dll?

In my case this error appeared when I asigned to both dynamic created controls (combobox), same created control from other class.

//dynamic created controls
ComboBox combobox1 = ManagerControls.myCombobox1;
...some events

ComboBox combobox2 = ManagerControl.myComboBox2;
...some events

.

//method in constructor
public static void InitializeDynamicControls()
{
     ComboBox cb = new ComboBox();
     cb.Background = new SolidColorBrush(Colors.Blue);
     ...
     cb.Width = 100;
     cb.Text = "Select window";
        
     ManagerControls.myCombobox1 = cb;
     ManagerControls.myComboBox2 = cb; // <-- error here
}

Solution: create another ComboBox cb2 and assign it to ManagerControls.myComboBox2.

I hope I helped someone.

Select single item from a list

Use the FirstOrDefault selector.

var list = new int[] { 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10 };

var firstEven = list.FirstOrDefault(n => n % 2 == 0);

if (firstEven == 0)
    Console.WriteLine("no even number");
else 
    Console.WriteLine("first even number is {0}", firstEven);

Just pass in a predicate to the First or FirstOrDefault method and it'll happily go round' the list and picks the first match for you.

If there isn't a match, FirstOrDefault will returns the default value of whatever datatype the list items is.

Hope this helps :-)

How to sort in mongoose?

Mongoose v5.x.x

sort by ascending order

Post.find({}).sort('field').exec(function(err, docs) { ... });
Post.find({}).sort({ field: 'asc' }).exec(function(err, docs) { ... });
Post.find({}).sort({ field: 'ascending' }).exec(function(err, docs) { ... });
Post.find({}).sort({ field: 1 }).exec(function(err, docs) { ... });

Post.find({}, null, {sort: { field : 'asc' }}), function(err, docs) { ... });
Post.find({}, null, {sort: { field : 'ascending' }}), function(err, docs) { ... });
Post.find({}, null, {sort: { field : 1 }}), function(err, docs) { ... });

sort by descending order

Post.find({}).sort('-field').exec(function(err, docs) { ... });
Post.find({}).sort({ field: 'desc' }).exec(function(err, docs) { ... });
Post.find({}).sort({ field: 'descending' }).exec(function(err, docs) { ... });
Post.find({}).sort({ field: -1 }).exec(function(err, docs) { ... });


Post.find({}, null, {sort: { field : 'desc' }}), function(err, docs) { ... });
Post.find({}, null, {sort: { field : 'descending' }}), function(err, docs) { ... });
Post.find({}, null, {sort: { field : -1 }}), function(err, docs) { ... });

For Details: https://mongoosejs.com/docs/api.html#query_Query-sort

What is ViewModel in MVC?

View model is same as your datamodel but you can add 2 or more data model classes in it. According to that you have to change your controller to take 2 models at once

What's the purpose of git-mv?

From the official GitFaq:

Git has a rename command git mv, but that is just a convenience. The effect is indistinguishable from removing the file and adding another with different name and the same content

Check if Variable is Empty - Angular 2

Angular 4 empty data if else

if(this.data == 0)
{
alert("Null data");
}
else
{
//some logic
}

Clearing _POST array fully

To answer "why" someone might use it, I was tempted to use it since I had the $_POST values stored after the page refresh or while going from one page to another. My sense tells me this is not a good practice, but it works nevertheless.

Date difference in minutes in Python

To calculate with a different time date:

from datetime import datetime

fmt = '%Y-%m-%d %H:%M:%S'
d1 = datetime.strptime('2010-01-01 16:31:22', fmt)
d2 = datetime.strptime('2010-01-03 20:15:14', fmt)

diff = d2-d1
diff_minutes = diff.seconds/60

Using an image caption in Markdown Jekyll

Here's the simplest (but not prettiest) solution: make a table around the whole thing. There are obviously scaling issues, and this is why I give my example with the HTML so that you can modify the image size easily. This worked for me.

| <img src="" alt="" style="width: 400px;"/> |
| My Caption |

Using If else in SQL Select statement

Here are two ways "IF" Or "CASE".

SELECT IF(COLUMN_NAME = "VALUE", "VALUE_1", "VALUE_2") AS COLUMN_NAME 
FROM TABLE_NAME;

OR

SELECT (CASE WHEN COLUMN_NAME = "VALUE" THEN 'VALUE_1' ELSE 'VALUE_2' END) AS COLUMN_NAME 
FROM TABLE_NAME;

Homebrew refusing to link OpenSSL

The solution might be updating some tools.

Here's my scenario from 2020 with Ruby and Python:

I needed to install Python 3 on Mac and things escalated. In the end, updating homebrew, node and python lead to the problem with openssl. I did not have openssl 1.0 anymore, so I couldn't "brew switch" to it.
So what was still trying to use that old 1.0 version?

It tuned out it was Ruby 2.5.5.
So I just installed Ruby 2.5.8 and removed the old one.

Other things you can try if this is not enough: Use rbenv and pyenv. Clean up gems and formulas. Update homebrew, node, yarn. Upgrade bundler. Make sure your .bash_profile (or equivalent) is set up according to each tool's instructions. Reopen the terminal.

Laravel stylesheets and javascript don't load for non-base routes

Laravel 5.4 with mix helper:

<link href="{{ mix('/css/app.css') }}" rel="stylesheet">
<script src="{{ mix('/js/app.js') }}"> </script>

Java - creating a new thread

There are several ways to create a thread

  1. by extending Thread class >5
  2. by implementing Runnable interface - > 5
  3. by using ExecutorService inteface - >=8

How to convert all tables in database to one collation?

Taking the answer from @Petr Stastny a step further by adding a password variable. I'd prefer if it actually took it in like a regular password rather than as an argument, but it's working for what I needed.

#!/bin/bash

# mycollate.sh <database> <password> [<charset> <collation>]
# changes MySQL/MariaDB charset and collation for one database - all tables and
# all columns in all tables

DB="$1"
PW="$2"
CHARSET="$3"
COLL="$4"

[ -n "$DB" ] || exit 1
[ -n "$PW" ]
[ -n "$CHARSET" ] || CHARSET="utf8mb4"
[ -n "$COLL" ] || COLL="utf8mb4_bin"

PW="--password=""$PW"

echo $DB
echo "ALTER DATABASE $DB CHARACTER SET $CHARSET COLLATE $COLL;" | mysql -u root "$PW"

echo "USE $DB; SHOW TABLES;" | mysql -s "$PW" | (
    while read TABLE; do
        echo $DB.$TABLE
        echo "ALTER TABLE $TABLE CONVERT TO CHARACTER SET $CHARSET COLLATE $COLL;" | mysql "$PW" $DB
    done
)

PW="pleaseEmptyMeNow"

How to generate a core dump in Linux on a segmentation fault?

Ubuntu 19.04

All other answers themselves didn't help me. But the following sum up did the job

Create ~/.config/apport/settings with the following content:

[main]
unpackaged=true

(This tells apport to also write core dumps for custom apps)

check: ulimit -c. If it outputs 0, fix it with

ulimit -c unlimited

Just for in case restart apport:

sudo systemctl restart apport

Crash files are now written in /var/crash/. But you cannot use them with gdb. To use them with gdb, use

apport-unpack <location_of_report> <target_directory>

Further information:

  • Some answers suggest changing core_pattern. Be aware, that that file might get overwritten by the apport service on restarting.
  • Simply stopping apport did not do the job
  • The ulimit -c value might get changed automatically while you're trying other answers of the web. Be sure to check it regularly during setting up your core dump creation.

References:

How does "FOR" work in cmd batch file?

Here is a good guide:

FOR /F - Loop command: against a set of files.

FOR /F - Loop command: against the results of another command.

FOR - Loop command: all options Files, Directory, List.

[The whole guide (Windows XP commands):

http://www.ss64.com/nt/index.html

Edit: Sorry, didn't see that the link was already in the OP, as it appeared to me as a part of the Amazon link.

How to take off line numbers in Vi?

Easily Display Line number:

set number flag (to show line number type)

:set nu or :set number

to unset the number flag (hide the line number type)

:set nu!

If you need number every time you start vi/vim, append following line to your ~/.vimrc file:

set number

Open a file at particular location/line number

$ vi +linenumber file.rb
$ vi +300 initlib.rb 

String replacement in Objective-C

It also posible string replacement with stringByReplacingCharactersInRange:withString:

for (int i = 0; i < card.length - 4; i++) {

    if (![[card substringWithRange:NSMakeRange(i, 1)] isEqual:@" "]) {

        NSRange range = NSMakeRange(i, 1);
        card = [card stringByReplacingCharactersInRange:range withString:@"*"];

    }

} //out: **** **** **** 1234

jQuery UI themes and HTML tables

There are a bunch of resources out there:

Plugins with ThemeRoller support:

jqGrid

DataTables.net

UPDATE: Here is something I put together that will style the table:

<script type="text/javascript">

    (function ($) {
        $.fn.styleTable = function (options) {
            var defaults = {
                css: 'styleTable'
            };
            options = $.extend(defaults, options);

            return this.each(function () {

                input = $(this);
                input.addClass(options.css);

                input.find("tr").live('mouseover mouseout', function (event) {
                    if (event.type == 'mouseover') {
                        $(this).children("td").addClass("ui-state-hover");
                    } else {
                        $(this).children("td").removeClass("ui-state-hover");
                    }
                });

                input.find("th").addClass("ui-state-default");
                input.find("td").addClass("ui-widget-content");

                input.find("tr").each(function () {
                    $(this).children("td:not(:first)").addClass("first");
                    $(this).children("th:not(:first)").addClass("first");
                });
            });
        };
    })(jQuery);

    $(document).ready(function () {
        $("#Table1").styleTable();
    });

</script>

<table id="Table1" class="full">
    <tr>
        <th>one</th>
        <th>two</th>
    </tr>
    <tr>
        <td>1</td>
        <td>2</td>
    </tr>
    <tr>
        <td>1</td>
        <td>2</td>
    </tr>
</table>

The CSS:

.styleTable { border-collapse: separate; }
.styleTable TD { font-weight: normal !important; padding: .4em; border-top-width: 0px !important; }
.styleTable TH { text-align: center; padding: .8em .4em; }
.styleTable TD.first, .styleTable TH.first { border-left-width: 0px !important; }

Sending cookies with postman

Chrome apps including Postman are being deprecated as mentioned here. Now the recommendation is to go for native apps which are not detached from the sandboxed environment of the browser.

Quoting from the feature page:

FEATURES EXCLUSIVE TO THE NATIVE APPS:

COOKIES: The native apps let you work with cookies directly. Unlike the Chrome app, no separate extension (Interceptor) is needed.

BUILT-IN PROXY: The native apps come with a built-in proxy that you can use to capture network traffic.

RESTRICTED HEADERS: The latest version of the native apps let you send headers like Origin and User-Agent. These are restricted in the Chrome app. DON'T FOLLOW

REDIRECTS OPTION: This option exists in the native apps to prevent requests that return a 300-series response from being automatically redirected. Previously, users needed to use the Interceptor extension to do this in the Chrome app.

MENU BAR: The native apps are not restricted by the Chrome standards for the menu bar.

POSTMAN CONSOLE: The latest version of the native apps has a built-in console, which allows you to view the network request details for API calls.

So once you install the native Postman app from here you don't have to go looking for additional prerequisites like interceptor app just to check your cookies. I didn't have to change a single setting after installing the native postman app and all my cookies were visible in Cookies tab as shown below:

enter image description here

Fatal error: Class 'SoapClient' not found

I had to run

php-config --configure-options --enable-soap 

as root and restart apache.

That worked! Now my phpinfo() call shows the SOAP section.

How do I switch between command and insert mode in Vim?

There is also one more solution for that kind of problem, which is rather rare, I think, and you may experience it, if you are using vim on OS X Sierra. Actually, it's a problem with Esc button — not with vim. For example, I wasnt able to exit fullscreen video on youtube using Esc, but I lived with that for a few months until I had experienced the same problem with vim.

I found this solution. If you are lazy enough to follow external link, switching off Siri and killing the process in Activity Monitor helped.

Python class inherits object

History from Learn Python the Hard Way:

Python's original rendition of a class was broken in many serious ways. By the time this fault was recognized it was already too late, and they had to support it. In order to fix the problem, they needed some "new class" style so that the "old classes" would keep working but you can use the new more correct version.

They decided that they would use a word "object", lowercased, to be the "class" that you inherit from to make a class. It is confusing, but a class inherits from the class named "object" to make a class but it's not an object really its a class, but don't forget to inherit from object.

Also just to let you know what the difference between new-style classes and old-style classes is, it's that new-style classes always inherit from object class or from another class that inherited from object:

class NewStyle(object):
    pass

Another example is:

class AnotherExampleOfNewStyle(NewStyle):
    pass

While an old-style base class looks like this:

class OldStyle():
    pass

And an old-style child class looks like this:

class OldStyleSubclass(OldStyle):
    pass

You can see that an Old Style base class doesn't inherit from any other class, however, Old Style classes can, of course, inherit from one another. Inheriting from object guarantees that certain functionality is available in every Python class. New style classes were introduced in Python 2.2

Javascript "Not a Constructor" Exception while creating objects

To add to @wprl's answer, the ES6 object method shorthand, like the arrow functions, cannot be used as a constructor either.

const o = {
  a: () => {},
  b() {},
  c: function () {}
};

const { a, b, c } = o;

new a(); // throws "a is not a constructor"
new b(); // throws "b is not a constructor"
new c(); // works

Is there a way to take the first 1000 rows of a Spark Dataframe?

Limit is very simple, example limit first 50 rows

val df_subset = data.limit(50)

How can I tell if a VARCHAR variable contains a substring?

Instead of LIKE (which does work as other commenters have suggested), you can alternatively use CHARINDEX:

declare @full varchar(100) = 'abcdefg'
declare @find varchar(100) = 'cde'
if (charindex(@find, @full) > 0)
    print 'exists'

ErrorActionPreference and ErrorAction SilentlyContinue for Get-PSSessionConfiguration

Tip #2

Can't you use the classical 2> redirection operator.

(Get-PSSessionConfiguration -Name "MyShellUri" -ErrorAction SilentlyContinue) 2> $NULL
if(!$?){
   'foo'
}

I don't like errors so I avoid them at all costs.

How to resize image automatically on browser width resize but keep same height?

You should learn about the Media queries for CSS. The site you referring to is using the same. The site is basically using the different CSS everytime the browser window size is changining. Here's the link for samples

http://css-tricks.com/css-media-queries/

Gradle build without tests

gradle build -x test --parallel

If your machine has multiple cores. However, it is not recommended to use parallel clean.

How can I refresh or reload the JFrame?

Try this code. I also faced the same problem, but some how I solved it.

public class KitchenUserInterface {

    private JFrame frame;
    private JPanel main_panel, northpanel , southpanel;
    private JLabel label;
    private JButton nextOrder;
    private JList list;

    private static KitchenUserInterface kitchenRunner ;

    public void setList(String[] order){
        kitchenRunner.frame.dispose();
        kitchenRunner.frame.setVisible(false);
        kitchenRunner= new KitchenUserInterface(order);

    }

    public KitchenUserInterface getInstance() {
        if(kitchenRunner == null) {
            synchronized(KitchenUserInterface.class) {
                if(kitchenRunner == null) {
                    kitchenRunner = new KitchenUserInterface();
                }
            }
        }


        return this.kitchenRunner;
    }

    private KitchenUserInterface() {


        frame = new JFrame("Lullaby's Kitchen");
        main_panel = new JPanel();
        main_panel.setLayout(new BorderLayout());
        frame.setContentPane(main_panel);



        northpanel = new JPanel();
        northpanel.setLayout(new FlowLayout());


        label = new JLabel("Kitchen");

        northpanel.add(label);


        main_panel.add(northpanel , BorderLayout.NORTH);


        frame.setSize(500 , 500 );
        frame.setVisible(true);
        frame.setDefaultCloseOperation(JFrame.EXIT_ON_CLOSE);
    }

    private KitchenUserInterface (String[] order){
        this();
        list = new JList<String>(order);
        main_panel.add(list , BorderLayout.CENTER);

        southpanel = new JPanel();
         southpanel.setLayout(new FlowLayout());

         nextOrder = new JButton("Next Order Set");
         nextOrder.addActionListener(new OrderUpListener(list));
         southpanel.add(nextOrder);
         main_panel.add(southpanel, BorderLayout.SOUTH);



    }

    public static void main(String[] args) {
        KitchenUserInterface dat = kitchenRunner.getInstance();
        try{

        Thread.sleep(1500);
        System.out.println("Ready");
        dat.setList(OrderArray.getInstance().getOrders());
        }
        catch(Exception event) {
            System.out.println("Error sleep");
            System.out.println(event);
        }


        }

}

drop down list value in asp.net

<asp:DropDownList ID="DdlMonths" runat="server">
    <asp:ListItem Enabled="true" Text="Select Month" Value="-1"></asp:ListItem>
    <asp:ListItem Text="January" Value="1"></asp:ListItem>
    <asp:ListItem Text="February" Value="2"></asp:ListItem>
    ....
    <asp:ListItem Text="December" Value="12"></asp:ListItem>
</asp:DropDownList>

You can even use a RequiredFieldValidator which ignore this item, it considers it as unselected.

<asp:RequiredFieldValidator ID="ReqMonth" runat="server" ControlToValidate="DdlMonths"
    InitialValue="-1">
</asp:RequiredFieldValidator>

Smart cast to 'Type' is impossible, because 'variable' is a mutable property that could have been changed by this time

Your most elegant solution must be:

var left: Node? = null

fun show() {
    left?.also {
        queue.add( it )
    }
}

Then you don't have to define a new and unnecessary local variable, and you don't have any new assertions or casts (which are not DRY). Other scope functions could also work so choose your favourite.

Amazon S3 direct file upload from client browser - private key disclosure

You're saying you want a "serverless" solution. But that means you have no ability to put any of "your" code in the loop. (NOTE: Once you give your code to a client, it's "their" code now.) Locking down CORS is not going to help: People can easily write a non-web-based tool (or a web-based proxy) that adds the correct CORS header to abuse your system.

The big problem is that you can't differentiate between the different users. You can't allow one user to list/access his files, but prevent others from doing so. If you detect abuse, there is nothing you can do about it except change the key. (Which the attacker can presumably just get again.)

Your best bet is to create an "IAM user" with a key for your javascript client. Only give it write access to just one bucket. (but ideally, do not enable the ListBucket operation, that will make it more attractive to attackers.)

If you had a server (even a simple micro instance at $20/month), you could sign the keys on your server while monitoring/preventing abuse in realtime. Without a server, the best you can do is periodically monitor for abuse after-the-fact. Here's what I would do:

1) periodically rotate the keys for that IAM user: Every night, generate a new key for that IAM user, and replace the oldest key. Since there are 2 keys, each key will be valid for 2 days.

2) enable S3 logging, and download the logs every hour. Set alerts on "too many uploads" and "too many downloads". You will want to check both total file size and number of files uploaded. And you will want to monitor both the global totals, and also the per-IP address totals (with a lower threshold).

These checks can be done "serverless" because you can run them on your desktop. (i.e. S3 does all the work, these processes just there to alert you to abuse of your S3 bucket so you don't get a giant AWS bill at the end of the month.)

How to render a DateTime in a specific format in ASP.NET MVC 3?

If all you want to do is display the date with a specific format, just call:

@String.Format(myFormat, Model.MyDateTime)

Using @Html.DisplayFor(...) is just extra work unless you are specifying a template, or need to use something that is built on templates, like iterating an IEnumerable<T>. Creating a template is simple enough, and can provide a lot of flexibility too. Create a folder in your views folder for the current controller (or shared views folder) called DisplayTemplates. Inside that folder, add a partial view with the model type you want to build the template for. In this case I added /Views/Shared/DisplayTemplates and added a partial view called ShortDateTime.cshtml.

@model System.DateTime

@Model.ToShortDateString()

And now you can call that template with the following line:

@Html.DisplayFor(m => m.MyDateTime, "ShortDateTime")

How to increase timeout for a single test case in mocha

From command line:

mocha -t 100000 test.js

How to select only date from a DATETIME field in MySQL?

I solve this in my VB app with a simple tiny function (one line). Code taken out of a production app. The function looks like this:

Public Function MySQLDateTimeVar(inDate As Date, inTime As String) As String
Return "'" & inDate.ToString(format:="yyyy'-'MM'-'dd") & " " & inTime & "'"
End Function

Usage: Let's say I have DateTimePicker1 and DateTimePicker2 and the user must define a start date and an end date. No matter if the dates are the same. I need to query a DATETIME field using only the DATE. My query string is easily built like this:

Dim QueryString As String = "Select * From SOMETABLE Where SOMEDATETIMEFIELD BETWEEN " & MySQLDateTimeVar(DateTimePicker1.Value,"00:00:00") & " AND " & MySQLDateTimeVar(DateTimePicker2.Value,"23:59:59")

The function generates the correct MySQL DATETIME syntax for DATETIME fields in the query and the query returns all records on that DATE (or BETWEEN the DATES) correctly.

List<object>.RemoveAll - How to create an appropriate Predicate

A predicate in T is a delegate that takes in a T and returns a bool. List<T>.RemoveAll will remove all elements in a list where calling the predicate returns true. The easiest way to supply a simple predicate is usually a lambda expression, but you can also use anonymous methods or actual methods.

{
    List<Vehicle> vehicles;
    // Using a lambda
    vehicles.RemoveAll(vehicle => vehicle.EnquiryID == 123);
    // Using an equivalent anonymous method
    vehicles.RemoveAll(delegate(Vehicle vehicle)
    {
        return vehicle.EnquiryID == 123;
    });
    // Using an equivalent actual method
    vehicles.RemoveAll(VehiclePredicate);
}

private static bool VehiclePredicate(Vehicle vehicle)
{
    return vehicle.EnquiryID == 123;
}

How to get UTC timestamp in Ruby?

The proper way is to do a Time.now.getutc.to_i to get the proper timestamp amount as simply displaying the integer need not always be same as the utc timestamp due to time zone differences.

How to split a file into equal parts, without breaking individual lines?

The script isn't even necessary, split(1) supports the wanted feature out of the box:
split -l 75 auth.log auth.log. The above command splits the file in chunks of 75 lines a piece, and outputs file on the form: auth.log.aa, auth.log.ab, ...

wc -l on the original file and output gives:

  321 auth.log
   75 auth.log.aa
   75 auth.log.ab
   75 auth.log.ac
   75 auth.log.ad
   21 auth.log.ae
  642 total

Slicing a dictionary

Write a dict subclass that accepts a list of keys as an "item" and returns a "slice" of the dictionary:

class SliceableDict(dict):
    default = None
    def __getitem__(self, key):
        if isinstance(key, list):   # use one return statement below
            # uses default value if a key does not exist
            return {k: self.get(k, self.default) for k in key}
            # raises KeyError if a key does not exist
            return {k: self[k] for k in key}
            # omits key if it does not exist
            return {k: self[k] for k in key if k in self}
        return dict.get(self, key)

Usage:

d = SliceableDict({1:2, 3:4, 5:6, 7:8})
d[[1, 5]]   # {1: 2, 5: 6}

Or if you want to use a separate method for this type of access, you can use * to accept any number of arguments:

class SliceableDict(dict):
    def slice(self, *keys):
        return {k: self[k] for k in keys}
        # or one of the others from the first example

d = SliceableDict({1:2, 3:4, 5:6, 7:8})
d.slice(1, 5)     # {1: 2, 5: 6}
keys = 1, 5
d.slice(*keys)    # same

Matlab: Running an m-file from command-line

Thanks to malat. Your comment helped me. But I want to add my try-catch block, as I found the MExeption method getReport() that returns the whole error message and prints it to the matlab console.

Additionally I printed the filename as this compilation is part of a batch script that calls matlab.

try
    some_code
    ...
catch message
    display(['ERROR in file: ' message.stack.file])
    display(['ERROR: ' getReport(message)])
end;

For a false model name passed to legacy code generation method, the output would look like:

ERROR in file: C:\..\..\..
ERROR: Undefined function or variable 'modelname'.

Error in sub-m-file (line 63)
legacy_code( 'slblock_generate', specs, modelname);

Error in m-file (line 11)
sub-m-file

Error in run (line 63)
evalin('caller', [script ';']);

Finally, to display the output at the windows command prompt window, just log the matlab console to a file with -logfile logfile.txt (use additionally -wait) and call the batch command type logfile.txt

Use PHP composer to clone git repo

I try to join the solutions mention here as there are some important points to it needed to list.

  1. As mentioned in the @igorw's answer the URL to repository must be in that case specified in the composer.json file, however since in both cases the composer.json must exist (unlike the 2nd way @Mike Graf) publishing it on the Packagist is not that much different (furthermore also Github currently provides packages services as npm packages), only difference instead of literally inputting the URL at the packagist interface once being signed up.

  2. Moreover, it has a shortcoming that it cannot rely on an external library that uses this approach as recursive repository definitions do not work in Composer. Furthermore, due to it, there seems to be a "bug" upon it, since the recursive definition failed at the dependency, respecifying the repositories explicitly in the root does not seem to be enough but also all the dependencies from the packages would have to be respecified.

With a composer file (answered Oct 18 '12 at 15:13 igorw)

{
    "repositories": [
        {
            "url": "https://github.com/l3pp4rd/DoctrineExtensions.git",
            "type": "git"
        }
    ],
    "require": {
        "gedmo/doctrine-extensions": "~2.3"
    }
}

Without a composer file (answered Jan 23 '13 at 17:28 Mike Graf)

"repositories": [
    {
        "type":"package",
        "package": {
          "name": "l3pp4rd/doctrine-extensions",
          "version":"master",
          "source": {
              "url": "https://github.com/l3pp4rd/DoctrineExtensions.git",
              "type": "git",
              "reference":"master"
            }
        }
    }
],
"require": {
    "l3pp4rd/doctrine-extensions": "master"
}

Understanding typedefs for function pointers in C

int add(int a, int b)
{
  return (a+b);
}
int minus(int a, int b)
{
  return (a-b);
}

typedef int (*math_func)(int, int); //declaration of function pointer

int main()
{
  math_func addition = add;  //typedef assigns a new variable i.e. "addition" to original function "add"
  math_func substract = minus; //typedef assigns a new variable i.e. "substract" to original function "minus"

  int c = addition(11, 11);   //calling function via new variable
  printf("%d\n",c);
  c = substract(11, 5);   //calling function via new variable
  printf("%d",c);
  return 0;
}

Output of this is :

22

6

Note that, same math_func definer has been used for the declaring both the function.

Same approach of typedef may be used for extern struct.(using sturuct in other file.)

How do you test to see if a double is equal to NaN?

If your value under test is a Double (not a primitive) and might be null (which is obviously not a number too), then you should use the following term:

(value==null || Double.isNaN(value))

Since isNaN() wants a primitive (rather than boxing any primitive double to a Double), passing a null value (which can't be unboxed to a Double) will result in an exception instead of the expected false.

Preferred method to store PHP arrays (json_encode vs serialize)

I've written a blogpost about this subject: "Cache a large array: JSON, serialize or var_export?". In this post it is shown that serialize is the best choice for small to large sized arrays. For very large arrays (> 70MB) JSON is the better choice.

How to use radio buttons in ReactJS?

Based on what React Docs say:

Handling Multiple Inputs. When you need to handle multiple controlled input elements, you can add a name attribute to each element and let the handler function choose what to do based on the value of event.target.name.

For example:

class App extends React.Component {
  constructor(props) {
    super(props);
    this.state = {};
  }

  handleChange = e => {
    const { name, value } = e.target;

    this.setState({
      [name]: value
    });
  };

  render() {
    return (
      <div className="radio-buttons">
        Windows
        <input
          id="windows"
          value="windows"
          name="platform"
          type="radio"
          onChange={this.handleChange}
        />
        Mac
        <input
          id="mac"
          value="mac"
          name="platform"
          type="radio"
          onChange={this.handleChange}
        />
        Linux
        <input
          id="linux"
          value="linux"
          name="platform"
          type="radio"
          onChange={this.handleChange}
        />
      </div>
    );
  }
}

Link to example: https://codesandbox.io/s/6l6v9p0qkr

At first, none of the radio buttons is selected so this.state is an empty object, but whenever the radio button is selected this.state gets a new property with the name of the input and its value. It eases then to check whether user selected any radio-button like:

const isSelected = this.state.platform ? true : false;

EDIT:

With version 16.7-alpha of React there is a proposal for something called hooks which will let you do this kind of stuff easier:

In the example below there are two groups of radio-buttons in a functional component. Still, they have controlled inputs:

function App() {
  const [platformValue, plaftormInputProps] = useRadioButtons("platform");
  const [genderValue, genderInputProps] = useRadioButtons("gender");
  return (
    <div>
      <form>
        <fieldset>
          Windows
          <input
            value="windows"
            checked={platformValue === "windows"}
            {...plaftormInputProps}
          />
          Mac
          <input
            value="mac"
            checked={platformValue === "mac"}
            {...plaftormInputProps}
          />
          Linux
          <input
            value="linux"
            checked={platformValue === "linux"}
            {...plaftormInputProps}
          />
        </fieldset>
        <fieldset>
          Male
          <input
            value="male"
            checked={genderValue === "male"}
            {...genderInputProps}
          />
          Female
          <input
            value="female"
            checked={genderValue === "female"}
            {...genderInputProps}
          />
        </fieldset>
      </form>
    </div>
  );
}

function useRadioButtons(name) {
  const [value, setState] = useState(null);

  const handleChange = e => {
    setState(e.target.value);
  };

  const inputProps = {
    name,
    type: "radio",
    onChange: handleChange
  };

  return [value, inputProps];
}

Working example: https://codesandbox.io/s/6l6v9p0qkr

transform object to array with lodash

If you want the key (id in this case) to be a preserved as a property of each array item you can do

const arr = _(obj) //wrap object so that you can chain lodash methods
            .mapValues((value, id)=>_.merge({}, value, {id})) //attach id to object
            .values() //get the values of the result
            .value() //unwrap array of objects

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

When I installed Python 3.6.1 on Windows 7 recently, it also installed the Python Launcher for Windows, which is supposed to handle the shebang line. However, I found that the Python Launcher did not do this: the shebang line was ignored and Python 2.7.13 was always used (unless I executed the script using py -3).

To fix this, I had to edit the Windows registry key HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Classes\Python.File\shell\open\command. This still had the value

"C:\Python27\python.exe" "%1" %*

from my earlier Python 2.7 installation. I modified this registry key value to

"C:\Windows\py.exe" "%1" %*

and the Python Launcher shebang line processing worked as described above.

How to replicate background-attachment fixed on iOS

It has been asked in the past, apparently it costs a lot to mobile browsers, so it's been disabled.

Check this comment by @PaulIrish:

Fixed-backgrounds have huge repaint cost and decimate scrolling performance, which is, I believe, why it was disabled.

you can see workarounds to this in this posts:

Fixed background image with ios7

Fixed body background scrolls with the page on iOS7

How to run .NET Core console app from the command line

before you run in cmd prompt, make sure "appsettings.json" has same values as "appsettings.Development.json".

In command prompt, go all the way to bin/debug/netcoreapp2.0 folder. then run "dotnet applicationname.dll"

MsgBox "" vs MsgBox() in VBScript

The difference between "" and () is:

With "" you are not calling anything.
With () you are calling a sub.

Example with sub:

Sub = MsgBox("Msg",vbYesNo,vbCritical,"Title")
Select Case Sub
     Case = vbYes
          MsgBox"You said yes"
     Case = vbNo
          MsgBox"You said no"
 End Select

vs Normal:

 MsgBox"This is normal"

Best solution to protect PHP code without encryption

If you can't create a "cloud app" that you host yourself and they access via the Web, then you could look into creating a virtual appliance using a virtual server (from VMWare, Parallels, Sun, etc) and install a "lite" version of Linux on that. Put your PHP code in the virtual environment and install the virtual machine on their server. Make sure to create a way to prevent loading into root. Of course, this would involve physically visiting the client yourself.

Jenkins Pipeline Wipe Out Workspace

We make sure we are working with a clean workspace by using a feature of the git plugin. You can add additional behaviors like 'Clean before checkout'. We use this as well for 'Prune stale remote-tracking branches'.

What is the recommended way to delete a large number of items from DynamoDB?

If you want to delete items after some time, e.g. after a month, just use Time To Live option. It will not count write units.

In your case, I would add ttl when logs expire and leave those after a user is deleted. TTL would make sure logs are removed eventually.

When Time To Live is enabled on a table, a background job checks the TTL attribute of items to see if they are expired.

DynamoDB typically deletes expired items within 48 hours of expiration. The exact duration within which an item truly gets deleted after expiration is specific to the nature of the workload and the size of the table. Items that have expired and not been deleted will still show up in reads, queries, and scans. These items can still be updated and successful updates to change or remove the expiration attribute will be honored.

https://docs.aws.amazon.com/amazondynamodb/latest/developerguide/TTL.html https://docs.aws.amazon.com/amazondynamodb/latest/developerguide/howitworks-ttl.html

How to validate an OAuth 2.0 access token for a resource server?

Update Nov. 2015: As per Hans Z. below - this is now indeed defined as part of RFC 7662.

Original Answer: The OAuth 2.0 spec (RFC 6749) doesn't clearly define the interaction between a Resource Server (RS) and Authorization Server (AS) for access token (AT) validation. It really depends on the AS's token format/strategy - some tokens are self-contained (like JSON Web Tokens) while others may be similar to a session cookie in that they just reference information held server side back at the AS.

There has been some discussion in the OAuth Working Group about creating a standard way for an RS to communicate with the AS for AT validation. My company (Ping Identity) has come up with one such approach for our commercial OAuth AS (PingFederate): https://support.pingidentity.com/s/document-item?bundleId=pingfederate-93&topicId=lzn1564003025072.html#lzn1564003025072__section_N10578_N1002A_N10001. It uses REST based interaction for this that is very complementary to OAuth 2.0.

Read String line by line

Since Java 11, there is a new method String.lines:

/**
 * Returns a stream of lines extracted from this string,
 * separated by line terminators.
 * ...
 */
public Stream<String> lines() { ... }

Usage:

"line1\nline2\nlines3"
    .lines()
    .forEach(System.out::println);

Returning Promises from Vuex actions

Actions

ADD_PRODUCT : (context,product) => {
  return Axios.post(uri, product).then((response) => {
    if (response.status === 'success') {  
      context.commit('SET_PRODUCT',response.data.data)
    }
    return response.data
  });
});

Component

this.$store.dispatch('ADD_PRODUCT',data).then((res) => {
  if (res.status === 'success') {
    // write your success actions here....
  } else {
     // write your error actions here...
  }
})

Using ng-if as a switch inside ng-repeat?

Try to surround strings (hoot, story, article) with quotes ':

<div ng-repeat = "data in comments">
    <div ng-if="data.type == 'hoot' ">
        //different template with hoot data
    </div>
    <div ng-if="data.type == 'story' ">
        //different template with story data
    </div>
    <div ng-if="data.type == 'article' ">
        //different template with article data
    </div> 
</div>

How to view file diff in git before commit

git difftool -d HEAD filename.txt

This shows a comparison using VI slit window in the terminal.

File name without extension name VBA

Simple but works well for me

FileName = ActiveWorkbook.Name 
If InStr(FileName, ".") > 0 Then 
   FileName = Left(FileName, InStr(FileName, ".") - 1) 
End If

Print "\n" or newline characters as part of the output on terminal

Another suggestion is to do that way:

string = "abcd\n"
print(string.replace("\n","\\n"))

But be aware that the print function actually print to the terminal the "\n", your terminal interpret that as a newline, that's it. So, my solution just change the newline in \ + n

java IO Exception: Stream Closed

You're calling writer.close(); after you've done writing to it. Once a stream is closed, it can not be written to again. Usually, the way I go about implementing this is by moving the close out of the write to method.

public void writeToFile(){
    String file_text= pedStatusText + "     " + gatesStatus + "     " + DrawBridgeStatusText;
    try {
        writer.write(file_text);
        writer.flush();
    } catch (IOException e) {
        // TODO Auto-generated catch block
        e.printStackTrace();
    }
}

And add a method cleanUp to close the stream.

public void cleanUp() {
     writer.close();
}

This means that you have the responsibility to make sure that you're calling cleanUp when you're done writing to the file. Failure to do this will result in memory leaks and resource locking.

EDIT: You can create a new stream each time you want to write to the file, by moving writer into the writeToFile() method..

 public void writeToFile() {
    FileWriter writer = new FileWriter("status.txt", true);
    // ... Write to the file.

    writer.close();
 }

LaTeX "\indent" creating paragraph indentation / tabbing package requirement?

LaTeX will usually not indent the first paragraph of a section. This is standard typographical practice. However, if you really want to override this default setting, use the package indentfirst available on CTAN.

Is putting a div inside an anchor ever correct?

Just as an FYI.

If your goal is to make your div clickable you can use jQuery / Java Script.

Define your div like so:

<div class="clickableDiv" style="cursor:pointer">
  This is my div. Try clicking it!
</div>

Your jQuery would then be implemented like so:

 <script type="text/javascript">

    $(document).ready(function () {

        $("div.clickableDiv").click(function () {
            alert("Peekaboo"); 
        });
    });
</script>

This would also work for multiple divs - as per Tom's comment in this thread

How to compute the similarity between two text documents?

It's an old question, but I found this can be done easily with Spacy. Once the document is read, a simple api similarity can be used to find the cosine similarity between the document vectors.

import spacy
nlp = spacy.load('en')
doc1 = nlp(u'Hello hi there!')
doc2 = nlp(u'Hello hi there!')
doc3 = nlp(u'Hey whatsup?')

print doc1.similarity(doc2) # 0.999999954642
print doc2.similarity(doc3) # 0.699032527716
print doc1.similarity(doc3) # 0.699032527716

HTML embedded PDF iframe

Iframe

<iframe id="fred" style="border:1px solid #666CCC" title="PDF in an i-Frame" src="PDFData.pdf" frameborder="1" scrolling="auto" height="1100" width="850" ></iframe>

Object

<object data="your_url_to_pdf" type="application/pdf">
  <embed src="your_url_to_pdf" type="application/pdf" />
</object>

How to use @Nullable and @Nonnull annotations more effectively?

I agree that the annotations "don't propagate very far". However, I see the mistake on the programmer's side.

I understand the Nonnull annotation as documentation. The following method expresses that is requires (as a precondition) a non-null argument x.

    public void directPathToA(@Nonnull Integer x){
        x.toString(); // do stuff to x        
    }

The following code snippet then contains a bug. The method calls directPathToA() without enforcing that y is non-null (that is, it does not guarantee the precondition of the called method). One possibility is to add a Nonnull annotation as well to indirectPathToA() (propagating the precondition). Possibility two is to check for the nullity of y in indirectPathToA() and avoid the call to directPathToA() when y is null.

    public void indirectPathToA(Integer y){
        directPathToA(y);
    }

How do we use runOnUiThread in Android?

Below is corrected Snippet of runThread Function.

private void runThread() {

    new Thread() {
        public void run() {
            while (i++ < 1000) {
                try {
                    runOnUiThread(new Runnable() {

                        @Override
                        public void run() {
                            btn.setText("#" + i);
                        }
                    });
                    Thread.sleep(300);
                } catch (InterruptedException e) {
                    e.printStackTrace();
                }
            }
        }
    }.start();
}

Most efficient way to create a zero filled JavaScript array?

What about new Array(51).join('0').split('')?

How do I format a string using a dictionary in python-3.x?

Most answers formatted only the values of the dict.

If you want to also format the key into the string you can use dict.items():

geopoint = {'latitude':41.123,'longitude':71.091}
print("{} {}".format(*geopoint.items()))

Output:

('latitude', 41.123) ('longitude', 71.091)

If you want to format in an arbitry way, that is, not showing the key-values like tuples:

from functools import reduce
print("{} is {} and {} is {}".format(*reduce((lambda x, y: x + y), [list(item) for item in geopoint.items()])))

Output:

latitude is 41.123 and longitude is 71.091

How do I create a shortcut via command-line in Windows?

I created a VB script and run it either from command line or from a Java process. I also tried to catch errors when creating the shortcut so I can have a better error handling.

Set oWS = WScript.CreateObject("WScript.Shell")
shortcutLocation = Wscript.Arguments(0)

'error handle shortcut creation
On Error Resume Next
Set oLink = oWS.CreateShortcut(shortcutLocation)
If Err Then WScript.Quit Err.Number

'error handle setting shortcut target
On Error Resume Next
oLink.TargetPath = Wscript.Arguments(1)
If Err Then WScript.Quit Err.Number

'error handle setting start in property
On Error Resume Next
oLink.WorkingDirectory = Wscript.Arguments(2)
If Err Then WScript.Quit Err.Number

'error handle saving shortcut
On Error Resume Next
oLink.Save
If Err Then WScript.Quit Err.Number

I run the script with the following commmand:

cscript /b script.vbs shortcutFuturePath targetPath startInProperty

It is possible to have it working even without setting the 'Start in' property in some cases.

Store text file content line by line into array

When you do str = in.readLine()) != null you read one line into str variable and if it's not null execute the while block. You do not need to read the line one more time in arr[i] = in.readLine();. Also use lists instead of arrays when you do not know the exact size of the input file (number of lines).

BufferedReader in = new BufferedReader(new FileReader("path/of/text"));
String str;

List<String> output = new LinkedList<String>();

while((str = in.readLine()) != null){
    output.add(str);
}

String[] arr = output.toArray(new String[output.size()]);

Cache an HTTP 'Get' service response in AngularJS?

I think there's an even easier way now. This enables basic caching for all $http requests (which $resource inherits):

 var app = angular.module('myApp',[])
      .config(['$httpProvider', function ($httpProvider) {
            // enable http caching
           $httpProvider.defaults.cache = true;
      }])

Convert String to int array in java

    final String[] strings = {"1", "2"};
    final int[] ints = new int[strings.length];
    for (int i=0; i < strings.length; i++) {
        ints[i] = Integer.parseInt(strings[i]);
    }

Appending an id to a list if not already present in a string

Your id variable is a number where your list only has one element. It's a string that contains your other IDs. You either need to check if id is in that string, or pull the numbers out of the string and store them in the list separately

list  = [350882, 348521, 350166]

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

Does your DLL project have any actual exports? If there are no exports, the linker will not generate an import library .lib file.

In the non-Express version of VS, the import libray name is specfied in the project settings here:

Configuration Properties/Linker/Advanced/Import Library

I assume it's the same in Express (if it even provides the ability to configure the name).

jQuery checkbox event handling

Using the new 'on' method in jQuery (1.7): http://api.jquery.com/on/

    $('#myform').on('change', 'input[type=checkbox]', function(e) {
        console.log(this.name+' '+this.value+' '+this.checked);

    });
  • the event handler will live on
  • will capture if the checkbox was changed by keyboard, not just click

Why do we need the "finally" clause in Python?

It makes a difference if you return early:

try:
    run_code1()
except TypeError:
    run_code2()
    return None   # The finally block is run before the method returns
finally:
    other_code()

Compare to this:

try:
    run_code1()
except TypeError:
    run_code2()
    return None   

other_code()  # This doesn't get run if there's an exception.

Other situations that can cause differences:

  • If an exception is thrown inside the except block.
  • If an exception is thrown in run_code1() but it's not a TypeError.
  • Other control flow statements such as continue and break statements.

JavaScript: Check if mouse button down?

Regarding Pax' solution: it doesn't work if user clicks more than one button intentionally or accidentally. Don't ask me how I know :-(.

The correct code should be like that:

var mouseDown = 0;
document.body.onmousedown = function() { 
  ++mouseDown;
}
document.body.onmouseup = function() {
  --mouseDown;
}

With the test like this:

if(mouseDown){
  // crikey! isn't she a beauty?
}

If you want to know what button is pressed, be prepared to make mouseDown an array of counters and count them separately for separate buttons:

// let's pretend that a mouse doesn't have more than 9 buttons
var mouseDown = [0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0],
    mouseDownCount = 0;
document.body.onmousedown = function(evt) { 
  ++mouseDown[evt.button];
  ++mouseDownCount;
}
document.body.onmouseup = function(evt) {
  --mouseDown[evt.button];
  --mouseDownCount;
}

Now you can check what buttons were pressed exactly:

if(mouseDownCount){
  // alright, let's lift the little bugger up!
  for(var i = 0; i < mouseDown.length; ++i){
    if(mouseDown[i]){
      // we found it right there!
    }
  }
}

Now be warned that the code above would work only for standard-compliant browsers that pass you a button number starting from 0 and up. IE uses a bit mask of currently pressed buttons:

  • 0 for "nothing is pressed"
  • 1 for left
  • 2 for right
  • 4 for middle
  • and any combination of above, e.g., 5 for left + middle

So adjust your code accordingly! I leave it as an exercise.

And remember: IE uses a global event object called … "event".

Incidentally IE has a feature useful in your case: when other browsers send "button" only for mouse button events (onclick, onmousedown, and onmouseup), IE sends it with onmousemove too. So you can start listening for onmousemove when you need to know the button state, and check for evt.button as soon as you got it — now you know what mouse buttons were pressed:

// for IE only!
document.body.onmousemove = function(){
  if(event.button){
    // aha! we caught a feisty little sheila!
  }
};

Of course you get nothing if she plays dead and not moving.

Relevant links:

Update #1: I don't know why I carried over the document.body-style of code. It will be better to attach event handlers directly to the document.

Remove Sub String by using Python

>>> import re
>>> st = " i think mabe 124 + <font color=\"black\"><font face=\"Times New Roman\">but I don't have a big experience it just how I see it in my eyes <font color=\"green\"><font face=\"Arial\">fun stuff"
>>> re.sub("<.*?>","",st)
" i think mabe 124 + but I don't have a big experience it just how I see it in my eyes fun stuff"
>>> 

Disable Enable Trigger SQL server for a table

The line before needs to end with a ; because in SQL DISABLE is not a keyword. For example:

BEGIN
;
DISABLE TRIGGER ...

What is the IntelliJ shortcut key to create a javadoc comment?

You can use the action 'Fix doc comment'. It doesn't have a default shortcut, but you can assign the Alt+Shift+J shortcut to it in the Keymap, because this shortcut isn't used for anything else. By default, you can also press Ctrl+Shift+A two times and begin typing Fix doc comment in order to find the action.

Test method is inconclusive: Test wasn't run. Error?

Caused by missing (not corrupt) App.Config file. Adding new (Add -> New Item... -> Application Configuration File) fixed it.

Get PostGIS version

PostGIS_Lib_Version(); - returns the version number of the PostGIS library.

http://postgis.refractions.net/docs/PostGIS_Lib_Version.html

What exactly is LLVM?

LLVM is a library that is used to construct, optimize and produce intermediate and/or binary machine code.

LLVM can be used as a compiler framework, where you provide the "front end" (parser and lexer) and the "back end" (code that converts LLVM's representation to actual machine code).

LLVM can also act as a JIT compiler - it has support for x86/x86_64 and PPC/PPC64 assembly generation with fast code optimizations aimed for compilation speed.

Unfortunately disabled since 2013, there was the ability to play with LLVM's machine code generated from C or C++ code at the demo page.

Vim and Ctags tips and tricks

I use vim in macos, and the original ctags doesn't work well, so I download newest and configure make make install it. I install ctgas in /usr/local/bin/ctags(to keep original one)

"taglist
let Tlist_Ctags_Cmd = "/usr/local/bin/ctags"
let Tlist_WinWidth = 50
map <leader>ta :TlistToggle<cr>
map <leader>bta :!/usr/local/bin/ctags -R .<CR>
set tags=tags;/
map <M-j> <C-]>
map <M-k> <C-T>

Float and double datatype in Java

According to the IEEE standards, float is a 32 bit representation of a real number while double is a 64 bit representation.

In Java programs we normally mostly see the use of double data type. It's just to avoid overflows as the range of numbers that can be accommodated using the double data type is more that the range when float is used.

Also when high precision is required, the use of double is encouraged. Few library methods that were implemented a long time ago still requires the use of float data type as a must (that is only because it was implemented using float, nothing else!).

But if you are certain that your program requires small numbers and an overflow won't occur with your use of float, then the use of float will largely improve your space complexity as floats require half the memory as required by double.

How to implement OnFragmentInteractionListener

I'd like to add the destruction of the listener when the fragment is detached from the activity or destroyed.

@Override
public void onDetach() {
    super.onDetach();
    mListener = null;
}

and when using the new onStart() method with Context

@Override
public void onDestroy() {
    super.onDestroy();
    mListener = null;
}

SQL Server 2008 R2 can't connect to local database in Management Studio

I also received this error when the service stopped. Here's another path to start your service...

  1. Search for "Services" in you start menu like so and click on it:

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  1. Find the service for the instance you need started and select it (shown below)
  2. Click start (shown below)

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Note: As Kenan stated, if your services Startup Type is not set to Automatic, then you probably want to double click on the service and set it to Automatic.

What should I do when 'svn cleanup' fails?

(Before you try moving folders and doing a new checkout.)

Delete the folder the offending file(s) are in - yes, even the .svn folder, then do an svn cleanup on the very top / parent folder.

Spring Boot: Cannot access REST Controller on localhost (404)

SpringBoot developers recommend to locate your main application class in a root package above other classes. Using a root package also allows the @ComponentScan annotation to be used without needing to specify a basePackage attribute. Detailed info But be sure that the custom root package exists.

How to read a text file directly from Internet using Java?

For an old school input stream, use this code:

  InputStream in = new URL("http://google.com/").openConnection().getInputStream();

How should I declare default values for instance variables in Python?

With dataclasses, a feature added in Python 3.7, there is now yet another (quite convenient) way to achieve setting default values on class instances. The decorator dataclass will automatically generate a few methods on your class, such as the constructor. As the documentation linked above notes, "[t]he member variables to use in these generated methods are defined using PEP 526 type annotations".

Considering OP's example, we could implement it like this:

from dataclasses import dataclass

@dataclass
class Foo:
    num: int = 0

When constructing an object of this class's type we could optionally overwrite the value.

print('Default val: {}'.format(Foo()))
# Default val: Foo(num=0)
print('Custom val: {}'.format(Foo(num=5)))
# Custom val: Foo(num=5)

Center a popup window on screen?

Facebook use the following algorithm to position their login popup window:

function PopupCenter(url, title, w, h) {
  var userAgent = navigator.userAgent,
      mobile = function() {
        return /\b(iPhone|iP[ao]d)/.test(userAgent) ||
          /\b(iP[ao]d)/.test(userAgent) ||
          /Android/i.test(userAgent) ||
          /Mobile/i.test(userAgent);
      },
      screenX = typeof window.screenX != 'undefined' ? window.screenX : window.screenLeft,
      screenY = typeof window.screenY != 'undefined' ? window.screenY : window.screenTop,
      outerWidth = typeof window.outerWidth != 'undefined' ? window.outerWidth : document.documentElement.clientWidth,
      outerHeight = typeof window.outerHeight != 'undefined' ? window.outerHeight : document.documentElement.clientHeight - 22,
      targetWidth = mobile() ? null : w,
      targetHeight = mobile() ? null : h,
      V = screenX < 0 ? window.screen.width + screenX : screenX,
      left = parseInt(V + (outerWidth - targetWidth) / 2, 10),
      right = parseInt(screenY + (outerHeight - targetHeight) / 2.5, 10),
      features = [];
  if (targetWidth !== null) {
    features.push('width=' + targetWidth);
  }
  if (targetHeight !== null) {
    features.push('height=' + targetHeight);
  }
  features.push('left=' + left);
  features.push('top=' + right);
  features.push('scrollbars=1');

  var newWindow = window.open(url, title, features.join(','));

  if (window.focus) {
    newWindow.focus();
  }

  return newWindow;
}

Determine path of the executing script

The answer of rakensi from Getting path of an R script is the most correct and really brilliant IMHO. Yet, it's still a hack incorporating a dummy function. I'm quoting it here, in order to have it easier found by others.

sourceDir <- getSrcDirectory(function(dummy) {dummy})

This gives the directory of the file where the statement was placed (where the dummy function is defined). It can then be used to set the working direcory and use relative paths e.g.

setwd(sourceDir)
source("other.R")

or to create absolute paths

 source(paste(sourceDir, "/other.R", sep=""))

How to loop and render elements in React.js without an array of objects to map?

Array.from() takes an iterable object to convert to an array and an optional map function. You could create an object with a .length property as follows:

return Array.from({length: this.props.level}, (item, index) => 
  <span className="indent" key={index}></span>
);

How to calculate distance from Wifi router using Signal Strength?

Don't care if you are a moderator. I wrote my text towards my audience not as a technical writer

All you guys need to learn to navigate with tools that predate GPS. Something like a sextant, octant, backstaff or an astrolabe.

If you have receive the signal from 3 different locations then you only need to measure the signal strength and make a ratio from those locations. Simple triangle calculation where a2+b2=c2. The stronger the signal strength the closer the device is to the receiver.

Free XML Formatting tool

Not directly an answer, but good to know nevertheless: After indenting, please make sure that the parser(s) and application(s) which will subsequently process the formatted XML will not yield different results. White space is often significant in XML and most conforming parsers bubble it up to the application.

How does a Java HashMap handle different objects with the same hash code?

Each Entry object represents key-value pair. Field next refers to other Entry object if a bucket has more than 1 Entry.

Sometimes it might happen that hashCodes for 2 different objects are the same. In this case 2 objects will be saved in one bucket and will be presented as LinkedList. The entry point is more recently added object. This object refers to other object with next field and so one. Last entry refers to null. When you create HashMap with default constructor

Array is gets created with size 16 and default 0.75 load balance.

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Check if value exists in column in VBA

Try adding WorksheetFunction:

If Not IsError(Application.WorksheetFunction.Match(ValueToSearchFor, RangeToSearchIn, 0)) Then
' String is in range

Display Animated GIF

Glide 4.6

1. To Load gif

GlideApp.with(context)
            .load(R.raw.gif) // or url
            .into(imageview);

2. To get the file object

GlideApp.with(context)
                .asGif()
                .load(R.raw.gif) //or url
                .into(new SimpleTarget<GifDrawable>() {
                    @Override
                    public void onResourceReady(@NonNull GifDrawable resource, @Nullable Transition<? super GifDrawable> transition) {

                        resource.start();
                      //resource.setLoopCount(1);
                        imageView.setImageDrawable(resource);
                    }
                });

How can I make a time delay in Python?

You also can try this:

import time
# The time now
start = time.time() 
while time.time() - start < 10: # Run 1- seconds
    pass
# Do the job

Now the shell will not crash or not react.

Which encoding opens CSV files correctly with Excel on both Mac and Windows?

In my case adding Preamble to file solved my problem:

var data = Encoding.UTF8.GetBytes(csv);
var result = Encoding.UTF8.GetPreamble().Concat(data).ToArray();
return File(new MemoryStream(result), "application/octet-stream", "data.csv");

gradlew: Permission Denied

Could also be fixed with

git update-index --chmod=+x gradlew

Full-screen responsive background image

For the full-screen responsive background image cover

<div class="full-screen">

</div>

CSS

.full-screen{
    background-image: url("img_girl.jpg");
    height: 100%; 
    background-position: center;
    background-repeat: no-repeat;
    background-size: cover;
}

sh: react-scripts: command not found after running npm start

This boggles me time to time when I have a fresh start with create-react-app, please make sure your NODE_ENV variable is set to development not production, as devDependencies in your package.json will not be installed by npm install.

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!

Powershell command to hide user from exchange address lists

I use this as a daily scheduled task to hide users disabled in AD from the Global Address List

$mailboxes = get-user | where {$_.UserAccountControl -like '*AccountDisabled*' -and $_.RecipientType -eq 'UserMailbox' } | get-mailbox  | where {$_.HiddenFromAddressListsEnabled -eq $false}

foreach ($mailbox in $mailboxes) { Set-Mailbox -HiddenFromAddressListsEnabled $true -Identity $mailbox }

Function to calculate distance between two coordinates

I have written a similar equation before - tested it and also got 1.6 km.

Your google maps was showing the DRIVING distance.

Your function is calculating as the crow flies (straight line distance).

alert(calcCrow(59.3293371,13.4877472,59.3225525,13.4619422).toFixed(1));



    //This function takes in latitude and longitude of two location and returns the distance between them as the crow flies (in km)
    function calcCrow(lat1, lon1, lat2, lon2) 
    {
      var R = 6371; // km
      var dLat = toRad(lat2-lat1);
      var dLon = toRad(lon2-lon1);
      var lat1 = toRad(lat1);
      var lat2 = toRad(lat2);

      var a = Math.sin(dLat/2) * Math.sin(dLat/2) +
        Math.sin(dLon/2) * Math.sin(dLon/2) * Math.cos(lat1) * Math.cos(lat2); 
      var c = 2 * Math.atan2(Math.sqrt(a), Math.sqrt(1-a)); 
      var d = R * c;
      return d;
    }

    // Converts numeric degrees to radians
    function toRad(Value) 
    {
        return Value * Math.PI / 180;
    }

When should I use a struct rather than a class in C#?

Whenever you:

  1. don't need polymorphism,
  2. want value semantics, and
  3. want to avoid heap allocation and the associated garbage collection overhead.

The caveat, however, is that structs (arbitrarily large) are more expensive to pass around than class references (usually one machine word), so classes could end up being faster in practice.

CSS3 Continuous Rotate Animation (Just like a loading sundial)

Your code seems correct. I would presume it is something to do with the fact you are using a .png and the way the browser redraws the object upon rotation is inefficient, causing the hang (what browser are you testing under?)

If possible replace the .png with something native.

see; http://kilianvalkhof.com/2010/css-xhtml/css3-loading-spinners-without-images/

Chrome gives me no pauses using this method.

How to make an Android device vibrate? with different frequency?

Above answer is very correct but I'm giving an easy step to do it:

 private static final long[] THREE_CYCLES = new long[] { 100, 1000, 1000,  1000, 1000, 1000 };

  public void longVibrate(View v) 
  {
     vibrateMulti(THREE_CYCLES);
  }

  private void vibrateMulti(long[] cycles) {
      NotificationManager notificationManager = (NotificationManager) getSystemService(NOTIFICATION_SERVICE); 
      Notification notification = new Notification();

      notification.vibrate = cycles; 
      notificationManager.notify(0, notification);
  }

And then in your xml file:

<button android:layout_height="wrap_content" 
        android:layout_width ="wrap_content" 
        android:onclick      ="longVibrate" 
        android:text         ="VibrateThrice">
</button>

That's the easiest way.

How to implement custom JsonConverter in JSON.NET to deserialize a List of base class objects?

A lot of the times the implementation will exist in the same namespace as the interface. So, I came up with this:

    public class InterfaceConverter : JsonConverter
    {
    public override bool CanWrite => false;
    public override void WriteJson(JsonWriter writer, object value, JsonSerializer serializer)
    {
    }

    public override object ReadJson(JsonReader reader, Type objectType, object existingValue, JsonSerializer serializer)
    {
        var token = JToken.ReadFrom(reader);
        var typeVariable = this.GetTypeVariable(token);
        if (TypeExtensions.TryParse(typeVariable, out var implimentation))
        { }
        else if (!typeof(IEnumerable).IsAssignableFrom(objectType))
        {
            implimentation = this.GetImplimentedType(objectType);
        }
        else
        {
            var genericArgumentTypes = objectType.GetGenericArguments();
            var innerType = genericArgumentTypes.FirstOrDefault();
            if (innerType == null)
            {
                implimentation = typeof(IEnumerable);
            }
            else
            {
                Type genericType = null;
                if (token.HasAny())
                {
                    var firstItem = token[0];
                    var genericTypeVariable = this.GetTypeVariable(firstItem);
                    TypeExtensions.TryParse(genericTypeVariable, out genericType);
                }

                genericType = genericType ?? this.GetImplimentedType(innerType);
                implimentation = typeof(IEnumerable<>);
                implimentation = implimentation.MakeGenericType(genericType);
            }
        }

        return JsonConvert.DeserializeObject(token.ToString(), implimentation);
    }

    public override bool CanConvert(Type objectType)
    {
        return !typeof(IEnumerable).IsAssignableFrom(objectType) && objectType.IsInterface || typeof(IEnumerable).IsAssignableFrom(objectType) && objectType.GetGenericArguments().Any(t => t.IsInterface);
    }

    protected Type GetImplimentedType(Type interfaceType)
    {
        if (!interfaceType.IsInterface)
        {
            return interfaceType;
        }

        var implimentationQualifiedName = interfaceType.AssemblyQualifiedName?.Replace(interfaceType.Name, interfaceType.Name.Substring(1));
        return implimentationQualifiedName == null ? interfaceType : Type.GetType(implimentationQualifiedName) ?? interfaceType;
    }

    protected string GetTypeVariable(JToken token)
    {
        if (!token.HasAny())
        {
            return null;
        }

        return token.Type != JTokenType.Object ? null : token.Value<string>("$type");
    }
}

Therefore, you can include this globally like so:

public static JsonSerializerSettings StandardSerializerSettings => new JsonSerializerSettings
    {
        Converters = new List<JsonConverter>
        {
            new InterfaceConverter()
        }
    };

Use VBA to Clear Immediate Window?

For cleaning Immediate window I use (VBA Excel 2016) next function:

Private Sub ClrImmediate()
   With Application.VBE.Windows("Immediate")
       .SetFocus
       Application.SendKeys "^g", True
       Application.SendKeys "^a", True
       Application.SendKeys "{DEL}", True
   End With
End Sub

But direct call of ClrImmediate() like this:

Sub ShowCommandBarNames()
    ClrImmediate
 '--   DoEvents    
    Debug.Print "next..."
End Sub

works only if i put the breakpoint on Debug.Print, otherwise the clearing will be done after execution of ShowCommandBarNames() - NOT before Debug.Print. Unfortunately, call of DoEvents() did not help me... And no matter: TRUE or FALSE is set for SendKeys.

To solve this I use next couple of calls:

Sub ShowCommandBarNames()
 '--    ClrImmediate
    Debug.Print "next..."
End Sub

Sub start_ShowCommandBarNames()
   ClrImmediate
   Application.OnTime Now + TimeSerial(0, 0, 1), "ShowCommandBarNames"
End Sub

It seems to me that using Application.OnTime might be very useful in programming for VBA IDE. In this case it's can be used even TimeSerial(0, 0, 0).

if block inside echo statement?

In sake of readability it should be something like

<?php 
  $countries = $myaddress->get_countries();
  foreach($countries as $value) {
    $selected ='';
    if($value=='United States') $selected ='selected="selected"'; 
    echo '<option value="'.$value.'"'.$selected.'>'.$value.'</option>';
  }
?>

desire to stuff EVERYTHING in a single line is a decease, man. Write distinctly.

But there is another way, a better one. There is no need to use echo at all. Learn to use templates. Prepare your data first, and display it only then ready.

Business logic part:

$countries = $myaddress->get_countries();
$selected_country = 1;    

Template part:

<? foreach($countries as $row): ?>
<option value="<?=$row['id']?>"<? if ($row['id']==$current_country):> "selected"><? endif ?>
  <?=$row['name']?>
</option>
<? endforeach ?>

How to use the 'replace' feature for custom AngularJS directives?

When you have replace: true you get the following piece of DOM:

<div ng-controller="Ctrl" class="ng-scope">
    <div class="ng-binding">hello</div>
</div>

whereas, with replace: false you get this:

<div ng-controller="Ctrl" class="ng-scope">
    <my-dir>
        <div class="ng-binding">hello</div>
    </my-dir>
</div>

So the replace property in directives refer to whether the element to which the directive is being applied (<my-dir> in that case) should remain (replace: false) and the directive's template should be appended as its child,

OR

the element to which the directive is being applied should be replaced (replace: true) by the directive's template.

In both cases the element's (to which the directive is being applied) children will be lost. If you wanted to perserve the element's original content/children you would have to translude it. The following directive would do it:

.directive('myDir', function() {
    return {
        restrict: 'E',
        replace: false,
        transclude: true,
        template: '<div>{{title}}<div ng-transclude></div></div>'
    };
});

In that case if in the directive's template you have an element (or elements) with attribute ng-transclude, its content will be replaced by the element's (to which the directive is being applied) original content.

See example of translusion http://plnkr.co/edit/2DJQydBjgwj9vExLn3Ik?p=preview

See this to read more about translusion.

Can't connect to MySQL server on 'localhost' (10061) after Installation

I had the same issue and basically resolved it by pointing to a specific port number that my MySQL server was running on. Below is the command. Please edit the code to fit your case i.e your port number,your mysql server username,your password.

    mysql -u root -pYourMysqlRootPassword -P3307 

Laravel 5.2 not reading env file

I experienced this. Reason was that apache(user www-data) could not read .env due to file permissions. So i changed the file permissions to ensure that the server (apache) had read permissions to the file. Just that and boom, it was all working now!
Update:
How to do this varies, depending on who owns the .env file, but assuming it belongs to the Apache www-data group, you can do this:

sudo chmod g+r .env

Modify it depending on your permission structure.

Bootstrap Carousel : Remove auto slide

In Bootstrap v5 use: data-bs-interval="false"

<div id="carouselExampleCaptions" class="carousel" data-bs-ride="carousel" data-bs-interval="false">

Python spacing and aligning strings

Try %*s and %-*s and prefix each string with the column width:

>>> print "Location: %-*s  Revision: %s" % (20,"10-10-10-10","1")
Location: 10-10-10-10           Revision: 1
>>> print "District: %-*s  Date: %s" % (20,"Tower","May 16, 2012")
District: Tower                 Date: May 16, 2012

Python function pointer

modname, funcname = myvar.rsplit('.', 1)
getattr(sys.modules[modname], funcname)(parameter1, parameter2)

Launching an application (.EXE) from C#?

Here's a snippet of helpful code:

using System.Diagnostics;

// Prepare the process to run
ProcessStartInfo start = new ProcessStartInfo();
// Enter in the command line arguments, everything you would enter after the executable name itself
start.Arguments = arguments; 
// Enter the executable to run, including the complete path
start.FileName = ExeName;
// Do you want to show a console window?
start.WindowStyle = ProcessWindowStyle.Hidden;
start.CreateNoWindow = true;
int exitCode;


// Run the external process & wait for it to finish
using (Process proc = Process.Start(start))
{
     proc.WaitForExit();

     // Retrieve the app's exit code
     exitCode = proc.ExitCode;
}

There is much more you can do with these objects, you should read the documentation: ProcessStartInfo, Process.

Subdomain on different host

sub domain is part of the domain, it's like subletting a room of an apartment. A records has to be setup on the dns for the domain e.g

mydomain.com has IP 123.456.789.999 and hosted with Godaddy. Now to get the sub domain

anothersite.mydomain.com

of which the site is actually on another server then

login to Godaddy and add an A record dnsimple anothersite.mydomain.com and point the IP to the other server 98.22.11.11

And that's it.

error: expected unqualified-id before ‘.’ token //(struct)

You are trying to access the struct statically with a . instead of ::, nor are its members static. Either instantiate ReducedForm:

ReducedForm rf;
rf.iSimplifiedNumerator = 5;

or change the members to static like this:

struct ReducedForm
{
    static int iSimplifiedNumerator;
    static int iSimplifiedDenominator;
};

In the latter case, you must access the members with :: instead of . I highly doubt however that the latter is what you are going for ;)

Git Clone from GitHub over https with two-factor authentication

Find out how to fix this here:

https://github.com/blog/1614-two-factor-authentication#how-does-it-work-for-command-line-git

How does it work for command-line Git?

If you are using SSH for Git authentication, rest easy: you don't need to do anything. If you are using HTTPS Git, instead of entering your password, enter a personal access token. These can be created by going to your personal access tokens page.

ECONNREFUSED error when connecting to mongodb from node.js

OK, this was another case of not being truly forthcoming in the info I posted above. My node.js app was very simple, but I was including another couple lines in my node.js code that apparently caused this issue.

Specifically, I had another variable declared which was calling some other code that made a separate database call using incorrect db info. This is why, when using Xinzz's code, the console log error seemed not to change. It wasn't actually the mongoose.connect command that was throwing the error!

Lesson learned, localize the problem and comment out unrelated code! Sorry guys, I knew this was me being dumb.

How can I add a background thread to flask?

First, you should use any WebSocket or polling mechanics to notify the frontend part about changes that happened. I use Flask-SocketIO wrapper, and very happy with async messaging for my tiny apps.

Nest, you can do all logic which you need in a separate thread(s), and notify the frontend via SocketIO object (Flask holds continuous open connection with every frontend client).

As an example, I just implemented page reload on backend file modifications:

<!doctype html>
<script>
    sio = io()

    sio.on('reload',(info)=>{
        console.log(['sio','reload',info])
        document.location.reload()
    })
</script>
class App(Web, Module):

    def __init__(self, V):
        ## flask module instance
        self.flask = flask
        ## wrapped application instance
        self.app = flask.Flask(self.value)
        self.app.config['SECRET_KEY'] = config.SECRET_KEY
        ## `flask-socketio`
        self.sio = SocketIO(self.app)
        self.watchfiles()

    ## inotify reload files after change via `sio(reload)``
    def watchfiles(self):
        from watchdog.observers import Observer
        from watchdog.events import FileSystemEventHandler
        class Handler(FileSystemEventHandler):
            def __init__(self,sio):
                super().__init__()
                self.sio = sio
            def on_modified(self, event):
                print([self.on_modified,self,event])
                self.sio.emit('reload',[event.src_path,event.event_type,event.is_directory])
        self.observer = Observer()
        self.observer.schedule(Handler(self.sio),path='static',recursive=True)
        self.observer.schedule(Handler(self.sio),path='templates',recursive=True)
        self.observer.start()


Using NSPredicate to filter an NSArray based on NSDictionary keys

With Swift 3, when you want to filter an array of dictionaries with a predicate based on dictionary keys and values, you may choose one of the following patterns.


#1. Using NSPredicate init(format:arguments:) initializer

If you come from Objective-C, init(format:arguments:) offers a key-value coding style to evaluate your predicate.

Usage:

import Foundation

let array = [["key1": "value1", "key2": "value2"], ["key1": "value3"], ["key3": "value4"]]

let predicate = NSPredicate(format: "key1 == %@", "value1")
//let predicate = NSPredicate(format: "self['key1'] == %@", "value1") // also works
let filteredArray = array.filter(predicate.evaluate)

print(filteredArray) // prints: [["key2": "value2", "key1": "value1"]]

#2. Using NSPredicate init(block:) initializer

As an alternative if you prefer strongly typed APIs over stringly typed APIs, you can use init(block:) initializer.

Usage:

import Foundation

let array = [["key1": "value1", "key2": "value2"], ["key1": "value3"], ["key3": "value4"]]

let dictPredicate = NSPredicate(block: { (obj, _) in
    guard let dict = obj as? [String: String], let value = dict["key1"] else { return false }
    return value == "value1"
})

let filteredArray = array.filter(dictPredicate.evaluate)
print(filteredArray) // prints: [["key2": "value2", "key1": "value1"]]

ssh: Could not resolve hostname github.com: Name or service not known; fatal: The remote end hung up unexpectedly

Recently, I have seen this problem too. Below, you have my solution:

  1. ping github.com, if ping failed. it is DNS error.
  2. sudo vim /etc/resolv.conf, the add: nameserver 8.8.8.8 nameserver 8.8.4.4

Or it can be a genuine network issue. Restart your network-manager using sudo service network-manager restart or fix it up


I have just received this error after switching from HTTPS to SSH (for my origin remote). To fix, I simply ran the following command (for each repo):

ssh -T [email protected]

Upon receiving a successful response, I could fetch/push to the repo with ssh.

I took that command from Git's Testing your SSH connection guide, which is part of the greater Connecting to GitHub with with SSH guide.

How to remove a web site from google analytics

Feb 2016 version: Admin tab, then select Property in the middle column, click Property Settings, then the Move To Trash Can button at the top right. No need to delete individual views.

Plotting of 1-dimensional Gaussian distribution function

With the excellent matplotlib and numpy packages

from matplotlib import pyplot as mp
import numpy as np

def gaussian(x, mu, sig):
    return np.exp(-np.power(x - mu, 2.) / (2 * np.power(sig, 2.)))

x_values = np.linspace(-3, 3, 120)
for mu, sig in [(-1, 1), (0, 2), (2, 3)]:
    mp.plot(x_values, gaussian(x_values, mu, sig))

mp.show()

will produce something like plot showing one-dimensional gaussians produced by matplotlib

Django - Did you forget to register or load this tag?

{% load static %}
<img src="{% static "my_app/example.jpg" %}" alt="My image">

in your templates, use the static template tag to build the URL for the given relative path using the configured STATICFILES_STORAGE.

setOnItemClickListener on custom ListView

If in the listener you get the root layout of the item (say itemLayout), and you gave some id's to the textviews, you can then get them with something like itemLayout.findViewById(R.id.textView1).

Android : difference between invisible and gone?

INVISIBLE:
The view has to be drawn and it takes time.

GONE:
The view doesn't have to be drawn.

How to DROP multiple columns with a single ALTER TABLE statement in SQL Server?

ALTER table table_name Drop column column1, Drop column column2,Drop column column3;

for MySQL DB.

Or you can add some column while altering in the same line:

ALTER table table_name Drop column column1, ADD column column2 AFTER column7;

Why doesn't file_get_contents work?

If PHP's allow_url_fopen ini directive is set to true, and if curl doesn't work either (see this answer for an example of how to use it instead of file_get_contents), then the problem could be that your server has a firewall preventing scripts from getting the contents of arbitrary urls (which could potentially allow malicious code to fetch things).

I had this problem, and found that the solution for me was to edit the firewall settings to explicitly allow requests to the domain (or IP address) in question.

How can I print out all possible letter combinations a given phone number can represent?

It is similar to a question called letter combinations of a phone number, here is my solution.
It works for an arbitrary number of digits, so long as the result doesn't exceed the memory limit.

import java.util.HashMap;
public class Solution {
    public ArrayList<String> letterCombinations(String digits) {
        ArrayList<String> res = new ArrayList<String>();
        ArrayList<String> preres = new ArrayList<String>();
        res.add("");

        for(int i = 0; i < digits.length(); i++) {
            String letters = map.get(digits.charAt(i));
            if (letters.length() == 0)
                continue;
            for(String str : res) {
                for(int j = 0; j < letters.length(); j++)
                    preres.add(str + letters.charAt(j));
            }
            res = preres;
            preres = new ArrayList<String>();
        }      
        return res;
    }

    static final HashMap<Character,String> map = new HashMap<Character,String>(){{
        put('1', "");
        put('2',"abc");
        put('3',"def");
        put('4',"ghi");
        put('5',"jkl");
        put('6',"mno");
        put('7',"pqrs");
        put('8',"tuv");
        put('9',"wxyz");
        put('0', "");
    }} ;
}

I'm not sure how 12-digit international numbers affect the design.

Edit: International numbers will also be handled

How do you change text to bold in Android?

editText.setTypeface(Typeface.createFromAsset(getAssets(), ttfFilePath));
etitText.setTypeface(et.getTypeface(), Typeface.BOLD);

will set both typface as well as style to Bold.

Hibernate Error executing DDL via JDBC Statement

Another sneaky issue related to this is naming your columns with - instead of _.

Something like this will trigger an error at the moment your tables are getting created.

@Column(name="verification-token")

Reverse Contents in Array

I would use the reverse() function from the <algorithm> library.

Run it online: repl.it/@abranhe/Reverse-Array

#include <iostream>
#include <algorithm>
using namespace std;

int main()
{
  int arr [10] = {1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10};

  reverse(begin(arr), end(arr));

  for(auto item:arr)
  {
    cout << item << " ";
  }
}

Output:

10 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1

Hope you like this approach.

Filtering collections in C#

List<T> has a FindAll method that will do the filtering for you and return a subset of the list.

MSDN has a great code example here: http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/aa701359(VS.80).aspx

EDIT: I wrote this before I had a good understanding of LINQ and the Where() method. If I were to write this today i would probably use the method Jorge mentions above. The FindAll method still works if you're stuck in a .NET 2.0 environment though.

jQuery .get error response function?

You can get detail error by using responseText property.

$.ajaxSetup({
error: function(xhr, status, error) {
alert("An AJAX error occured: " + status + "\nError: " + error + "\nError detail: " + xhr.responseText);
     } 
    });

IIS: Where can I find the IIS logs?

Enabling Tracing may be a better alternative to the Windows Event Log. This gave me the information I needed to fix my own WebService.

Get month name from Date

For me this is best solution is,

for TypeScript as well

const env = process.env.REACT_APP_LOCALE || 'en';

const namedMonthsArray = (index?: number): string[] | string => {
  const months = [];

  for (let month = 0; month <= 11; month++) {
    months.push(
      new Date(new Date('1970-01-01').setMonth(month))
        .toLocaleString(env, {
          month: 'long',
        })
        .toString(),
    );
  }
  if (index) {
    return months[index];
  }
  return months;
};

Output is

["January", "February", "March", "April", "May", "June", "July", "August", "September", "October", "November", "December"]

Fire event on enter key press for a textbox

You could wrap the textbox and button in an ASP:Panel, and set the DefaultButton property of the Panel to the Id of your Submit button.

<asp:Panel ID="Panel1" runat="server" DefaultButton="SubmitButton">
    <asp:TextBox ID="TextBox1" runat="server" />
    <asp:Button ID="SubmitButton" runat="server" Text="Submit" OnClick="SubmitButton_Click" />
</asp:Panel>

Now anytime the focus is within the Panel, the 'SubmitButton_Click' event will fire when enter is pressed.

Does bootstrap have builtin padding and margin classes?

I'm adding this code to my Bootstrap3.3 project with the same grid columns breakpoints, based with the @guest answer. Before I have used the Bootstrap 4 padding and margins helper it seens to be a good choice.

/*Margin and Padding helpers*/
/*xs*/
.p-xs { padding: .25em; }
.p-x-xs { padding: 0 .25em; }
.p-y-xs { padding: .25em 0 ; }
.p-t-xs { padding-top: .25em; }
.p-r-xs { padding-right: .25em; }
.p-b-xs { padding-bottom: .25em; }
.p-l-xs { padding-left: .25em; }
.m-xs { margin: .25em; }
.m-x-xs { margin: 0 .25em; }
.m-y-xs { margin: .25em 0 ; }
.m-r-xs { margin-right: .25em; }
.m-l-xs { margin-left: .25em; }
.m-t-xs { margin-top: .25em; }
.m-b-xs { margin-bottom: .25em; }
/*sm*/
@media (min-width:768px){
/*sm*/
.p-sm { padding: .5em; }
.p-x-sm { padding: 0 .5em; }
.p-y-sm { padding: .5em 0 ; }
.p-t-sm { padding-top: .5em; }
.p-r-sm { padding-right: .5em; }
.p-b-sm { padding-bottom: .5em; }
.p-l-sm { padding-left: .5em; }
.m-sm { margin: .5em; }
.m-x-sm { margin: 0 .5em; }
.m-y-sm { margin: .5em 0 ; }
.m-t-sm { margin-top: .5em; }
.m-r-sm { margin-right: .5em; }
.m-b-sm { margin-bottom: .5em; }
.m-l-sm { margin-left: .5em; }
}

/*md*/
@media (min-width: 992px){
.p-md { padding: 1em; }
.p-x-md { padding: 0 1em; }
.p-y-md { padding: 1em 0; }
.p-t-md { padding-top: 1em; }
.p-r-md { padding-right: 1em; }
.p-b-md { padding-bottom: 1em; }
.p-l-md { padding-left: 1em; }
.m-md { margin: 1em; }
.m-x-md { margin: 0 1em; }
.m-y-md { margin: 1em 0 ; }
.m-t-md { margin-top: 1em; }
.m-r-md { margin-right: 1em; }
.m-b-md { margin-bottom: 1em; }
.m-l-md { margin-left: 1em; }
}

/*lg*/
@media (min-width: 1200px){
.p-lg { padding: 1.5em; }
.p-x-lg { padding: 0 1.5em; }
.p-y-lg { padding: 1.5em 0; }
.p-t-lg { padding-top: 1.5em; }
.p-r-lg { padding-right: 1.5em; }
.p-b-lg { padding-bottom: 1.5em; }
.p-l-lg { padding-left: 1.5em; }
.m-lg { margin: 1.5em; }
.m-x-lg { margin: 0 1.5em; }
.m-y-lg { margin: 1.5em 0; }
.m-t-lg { margin-top: 1.5em; }
.m-r-lg { margin-right: 1.5em; }
.m-b-lg { margin-bottom: 1.5em; }
.m-l-lg { margin-left: 1.5em; }
}
/*xl*/
.p-xl { padding: 3em; }
.p-x-xl { padding: 0 3em; }
.p-y-xl { padding: 3em 0 ; }
.p-t-xl { padding-top: 3em; }
.p-r-xl { padding-right: 3em; }
.p-b-xl { padding-bottom: 3em; }
.p-l-xl { padding-left: 3em; }
.m-xl { margin: 3em; }
.m-x-xl { margin: 0 3em; }
.m-y-xl { margin: 3em 0; }
.m-t-xl { margin-top: 3em; }
.m-r-xl { margin-right: 3em; }
.m-b-xl { margin-bottom: 3em; }
.m-l-xl { margin-left: 3em; }``

nodemon not found in npm

I tried to list global packages using npm list -g --depth=0, but couldn't find nodemon.
Hence, tried installing it using global flag.
sudo npm install nodemon -g
This worked fine for me.

What is the maximum characters for the NVARCHAR(MAX)?

I think actually nvarchar(MAX) can store approximately 1070000000 chars.

Comparing two arrays & get the values which are not common

This should help, uses simple hash table.

$a1=@(1,2,3,4,5) $b1=@(1,2,3,4,5,6)


$hash= @{}

#storing elements of $a1 in hash
foreach ($i in $a1)
{$hash.Add($i, "present")}

#define blank array $c
$c = @()

#adding uncommon ones in second array to $c and removing common ones from hash
foreach($j in $b1)
{
if(!$hash.ContainsKey($j)){$c = $c+$j}
else {hash.Remove($j)}
}

#now hash is left with uncommon ones in first array, so add them to $c
foreach($k in $hash.keys)
{
$c = $c + $k
}

How can I use LEFT & RIGHT Functions in SQL to get last 3 characters?

Here an alternative using SUBSTRING

SELECT
            SUBSTRING([Field], LEN([Field]) - 2, 3) [Right3],
            SUBSTRING([Field], 0, LEN([Field]) - 2) [TheRest]
    FROM 
            [Fields]

with fiddle

Java read file and store text in an array

Stored as strings:

public class ReadTemps {

    public static void main(String[] args) throws IOException {
    // TODO code application logic here

    // // read KeyWestTemp.txt

    // create token1
    String token1 = "";

    // for-each loop for calculating heat index of May - October

    // create Scanner inFile1
    Scanner inFile1 = new Scanner(new File("KeyWestTemp.txt")).useDelimiter(",\\s*");

    // Original answer used LinkedList, but probably preferable to use ArrayList in most cases
    // List<String> temps = new LinkedList<String>();
    List<String> temps = new ArrayList<String>();

    // while loop
    while (inFile1.hasNext()) {
      // find next line
      token1 = inFile1.next();
      temps.add(token1);
    }
    inFile1.close();

    String[] tempsArray = temps.toArray(new String[0]);

    for (String s : tempsArray) {
      System.out.println(s);
    }
  }
}

For floats:

import java.io.File;
import java.io.IOException;
import java.util.LinkedList;
import java.util.List;
import java.util.Scanner;

public class ReadTemps {

  public static void main(String[] args) throws IOException {
    // TODO code application logic here

    // // read KeyWestTemp.txt

    // create token1

    // for-each loop for calculating heat index of May - October

    // create Scanner inFile1
    Scanner inFile1 = new Scanner(new File("KeyWestTemp.txt")).useDelimiter(",\\s*");


    // Original answer used LinkedList, but probably preferable to use ArrayList in most cases
    // List<Float> temps = new LinkedList<Float>();
    List<Float> temps = new ArrayList<Float>();

    // while loop
    while (inFile1.hasNext()) {
      // find next line
      float token1 = inFile1.nextFloat();
      temps.add(token1);
    }
    inFile1.close();

    Float[] tempsArray = temps.toArray(new Float[0]);

    for (Float s : tempsArray) {
      System.out.println(s);
    }
  }
}

How to send a Post body in the HttpClient request in Windows Phone 8?

This depends on what content do you have. You need to initialize your requestMessage.Content property with new HttpContent. For example:

...
// Add request body
if (isPostRequest)
{
    requestMessage.Content = new ByteArrayContent(content);
}
...

where content is your encoded content. You also should include correct Content-type header.

UPDATE:

Oh, it can be even nicer (from this answer):

requestMessage.Content = new StringContent("{\"name\":\"John Doe\",\"age\":33}", Encoding.UTF8, "application/json");

JavaScript Uncaught ReferenceError: jQuery is not defined; Uncaught ReferenceError: $ is not defined

Cause you need to add jQuery library to your file:

jQuery UI is just an addon to jQuery which means that
first you need to include the jQuery library → and then the UI.

<script src="path/to/your/jquery.min.js"></script>
<script src="path/to/your/jquery.ui.min.js"></script>

Render basic HTML view?

I added below 2 line and it work for me

    app.set('view engine', 'html');
    app.engine('html', require('ejs').renderFile);

How to make a new line or tab in <string> XML (eclipse/android)?

  • Include this line in your layout xmlns:tools="http://schemas.android.com/tools"
  • Now , use \n for new line and \t for space like tab.
  • Example :

    for \n : android:text="Welcome back ! \nPlease login to your account agilanbu"

    for \t : android:text="Welcome back ! \tPlease login to your account agilanbu"

include antiforgerytoken in ajax post ASP.NET MVC

Another (less javascriptish) approach, that I did, goes something like this:

First, an Html helper

public static MvcHtmlString AntiForgeryTokenForAjaxPost(this HtmlHelper helper)
{
    var antiForgeryInputTag = helper.AntiForgeryToken().ToString();
    // Above gets the following: <input name="__RequestVerificationToken" type="hidden" value="PnQE7R0MIBBAzC7SqtVvwrJpGbRvPgzWHo5dSyoSaZoabRjf9pCyzjujYBU_qKDJmwIOiPRDwBV1TNVdXFVgzAvN9_l2yt9-nf4Owif0qIDz7WRAmydVPIm6_pmJAI--wvvFQO7g0VvoFArFtAR2v6Ch1wmXCZ89v0-lNOGZLZc1" />
    var removedStart = antiForgeryInputTag.Replace(@"<input name=""__RequestVerificationToken"" type=""hidden"" value=""", "");
    var tokenValue = removedStart.Replace(@""" />", "");
    if (antiForgeryInputTag == removedStart || removedStart == tokenValue)
        throw new InvalidOperationException("Oops! The Html.AntiForgeryToken() method seems to return something I did not expect.");
    return new MvcHtmlString(string.Format(@"{0}:""{1}""", "__RequestVerificationToken", tokenValue));
}

that will return a string

__RequestVerificationToken:"P5g2D8vRyE3aBn7qQKfVVVAsQc853s-naENvpUAPZLipuw0pa_ffBf9cINzFgIRPwsf7Ykjt46ttJy5ox5r3mzpqvmgNYdnKc1125jphQV0NnM5nGFtcXXqoY3RpusTH_WcHPzH4S4l1PmB8Uu7ubZBftqFdxCLC5n-xT0fHcAY1"

so we can use it like this

$(function () {
    $("#submit-list").click(function () {
        $.ajax({
            url: '@Url.Action("SortDataSourceLibraries")',
            data: { items: $(".sortable").sortable('toArray'), @Html.AntiForgeryTokenForAjaxPost() },
            type: 'post',
            traditional: true
        });
    });
});

And it seems to work!

Difference between a virtual function and a pure virtual function

You can actually provide implementations of pure virtual functions in C++. The only difference is all pure virtual functions must be implemented by derived classes before the class can be instantiated.

Swift double to string

I would prefer NSNumber and NumberFormatter approach (where need), also u can use extension to avoid bloating code

extension Double {

   var toString: String {
      return NSNumber(value: self).stringValue
   }

}

U can also need reverse approach

extension String {

    var toDouble: Double {
        return Double(self) ?? .nan
    }

}

How to declare strings in C

This link should satisfy your curiosity.

Basically (forgetting your third example which is bad), the different between 1 and 2 is that 1 allocates space for a pointer to the array.

But in the code, you can manipulate them as pointers all the same -- only thing, you cannot reallocate the second.

How do you rename a Git tag?

This wiki page has this interesting one-liner, which reminds us that we can push several refs:

git push origin refs/tags/<old-tag>:refs/tags/<new-tag> :refs/tags/<old-tag> && git tag -d <old-tag>

and ask other cloners to do git pull --prune --tags

So the idea is to push:

  • <new-tag> for every commits referenced by <old-tag>: refs/tags/<old-tag>:refs/tags/<new-tag>,
  • the deletion of <old-tag>: :refs/tags/<old-tag>

See as an example "Change naming convention of tags inside a git repository?".

"The 'Microsoft.ACE.OLEDB.12.0' provider is not registered on the local machine" Error in importing process of xlsx to a sql server

I had the same problem. SSMS launches the 32bit version of the import and export wizard which has this issue. Try launching the 64bit version application and it should work fine.

Send private messages to friends

Sending private message through api is now possible.

Fire this event for sending message(initialization of facebook object should be done before).

to:user id of facebook

function facebook_send_message(to) {
    FB.ui({
        app_id:'xxxxxxxx',
        method: 'send',
        name: "sdfds jj jjjsdj j j ",
        link: 'https://apps.facebook.com/xxxxxxxaxsa',
        to:to,
        description:'sdf sdf sfddsfdd s d  fsf s '

    });
}

Properties

  • app_id
    Your application's identifier. Required, but automatically specified by most SDKs.

  • redirect_uri
    The URL to redirect to after the user clicks the Send or Cancel buttons on the dialog. Required, but automatically specified by most SDKs.

  • display
    The display mode in which to render the dialog. This is automatically specified by most SDKs.

  • to
    A user ID or username to which to send the message. Once the dialog comes up, the user can specify additional users, Facebook groups, and email addresses to which to send the message. Sending content to a Facebook group will post it to the group's wall.

  • link
    (required) The link to send in the message.

  • picture
    By default a picture will be taken from the link specified. The URL of a picture to include in the message. The picture will be shown next to the link.

  • name By default a title will be taken from the link specified. The name of the link, i.e. the text to display that the user will click on.

  • description
    By default a description will be taken from the link specified. Descriptive text to show below the link.

See more here

@VishwaKumar:

For sending message with custom text, you have to add 'message' parameter to FB.ui, but I think this feature is deprecated. You can't pre-fill the message anymore. Though try once.

FB.ui({
  method: 'send',
  to: '1234',
  message: 'A request especially for one person.',
  data: 'tracking information for the user'
});

See this link: http://fbdevwiki.com/wiki/FB.ui

PHP fopen() Error: failed to open stream: Permission denied

[function.fopen]: failed to open stream

If you have access to your php.ini file, try enabling Fopen. Find the respective line and set it to be "on": & if in wp e.g localhost/wordpress/function.fopen in the php.ini :

allow_url_fopen = off
should bee this 
allow_url_fopen = On

And add this line below it:
allow_url_include = off
should bee this 
allow_url_include = on

How to make an "alias" for a long path?

There is a shell option cdable_vars:

cdable_vars
If this is set, an argument to the cd builtin command that is not a directory is assumed to be the name of a variable whose value is the directory to change to.

You could add this to your .bashrc:

shopt -s cdable_vars
export myFold=$HOME/Files/Scripts/Main

Notice that I've replaced the tilde with $HOME; quotes prevent tilde expansion and Bash would complain that there is no directory ~/Files/Scripts/Main.

Now you can use this as follows:

cd myFold

No $ required. That's the whole point, actually – as shown in other answers, cd "$myFold" works without the shell option. cd myFold also works if the path in myFold contains spaces, no quoting required.

This usually even works with tab autocompletion as the _cd function in bash_completion checks if cdable_vars is set – but not every implementation does it in the same manner, so you might have to source bash_completion again in your .bashrc (or edit /etc/profile to set the shell option).


Other shells have similar options, for example Zsh (cdablevars).

Google drive limit number of download

Sorry, you can't view or download this file at this time is an error message that you may get when you try to download files on Google Drive.

Bandwidth limits

Limit                          Per hour            Per day
Download via web client        750 MB              1250 MB
Upload via web client          300 MB              500 MB

The explanation for the error message is simple: while users are free to share files publicly, or with a large number of users, quotas are in effect that limit availability.

If too many users view or download a file, it may be locked for a 24 hour period before the quota is reset. The period that a file is locked may be shorter according to Google.

If a file is particularly popular, it may take days or even longer before you manage to download it to your computer or place it on your Drive storage.

It could be a solution:

  1. Locate the "uc" part of the address, and replace it with "open", so that the beginning of the URL reads * https:// drive.google.com/open?*

  2. Load the address again once you have replaced uc with open in the address.

  3. This loads a new screen with controls at the top.

  4. Click on the "add to my drive" icon at the top right.

  5. Click on "add to my drive" again to open your Google Drive storage in a new tab in the browser.

  6. You should see the locked file on your drive now.

  7. Select it with a right-click, and then the "make a copy" option from the menu.

    8.Select the copy of the file with a right-click, and there download to download the file to your local system.

Basically, what this does is create a copy of the file on your own Drive account. Since you are the owner of the copied file, you may download it to your local system this way.

Please note that this works only if you are signed in to a Google Account. Also note that you are the owner of the copied file and will be held responsible for policy violations or other issues linked to the file.

Another option is: Any public folder in Drive can host files and provide direct links to the files.

How to create the hosting URL: https:// googledrive.com/host/FolderID (your id file)

This will provide a folder that will give direct links to files inside the folder. Note: hosting view will not display files created in Google Docs.

My solution:

I had the same problem, so I made a JSON file in Google Drive but the URL file (.mp3) is in Dropbox. It is working fantastic even though I have 40,000 active user. I used this solution because I did not have time to search too much! I wrote you the Dropbox Limits anyway but I did not get problems with it

Traffic limits DROPBOX

Links and file requests are automatically banned if they generate unusually large amounts of traffic.

Dropbox Basic (free) accounts:

20 GB per day: The total amount of traffic that all of your links and file requests combined can generate without getting banned 100,000 downloads per day: The total number of downloads that all of your links combined can generate

Dropbox Plus and Business accounts: About 200 GB per day: The total amount of traffic that all of your links and file requests combined can generate without getting banned There's no daily limit to the number of downloads that your links can generate If your account hits our limit, we'll send a message to the email address registered to your account. Your links will be temporarily disabled, and anyone who tries to access them will see an error page instead of your files.

P.S. If you need more information about my files and how did it and How to make the URL File from Dropbox, I hope help to the people is reading this! (I posted it before but Someone deleted my last post)!

ERROR Source option 1.5 is no longer supported. Use 1.6 or later

There can be corrupted jar file for which it may show error as "ZipFile invalid LOC header (bad signature)" You need to delete all jar files for which it shows the error and add this Dependency

 <dependency>
    <groupId>javax.servlet</groupId>
    <artifactId>servlet-api</artifactId>
    <version>3.0-alpha-1</version>
    <scope>provided</scope>
</dependency>

How to round up a number to nearest 10?

round($number, -1);

This will round $number to the nearest 10. You can also pass a third variable if necessary to change the rounding mode.

More info here: http://php.net/manual/en/function.round.php

How to add a response header on nginx when using proxy_pass?

As oliver writes:

add_header works as well with proxy_pass as without.

However, as Shane writes, as of Nginx 1.7.5, you must pass always in order to get add_header to work for error responses, like so:

add_header  X-Upstream  $upstream_addr always;

Verilog generate/genvar in an always block

If you do not mind having to compile/generate the file then you could use a pre processing technique. This gives you the power of the generate but results in a clean Verilog file which is often easier to debug and leads to less simulator issues.

I use RubyIt to generate verilog files from templates using ERB (Embedded Ruby).

parameter ROWBITS = <%= ROWBITS %> ;
always @(posedge sysclk) begin
  <% (0...ROWBITS).each do |addr| -%>
    temp[<%= addr %>] <= 1'b0;
  <% end -%>
end

Generating the module_name.v file with :

$ ruby_it --parameter ROWBITS=4 --outpath ./ --file ./module_name.rv

The generated module_name.v

parameter ROWBITS = 4 ;
always @(posedge sysclk) begin
  temp[0] <= 1'b0;
  temp[1] <= 1'b0;
  temp[2] <= 1'b0;
  temp[3] <= 1'b0;
end

How do I return a string from a regex match in python?

Note that re.match(pattern, string, flags=0) only returns matches at the beginning of the string. If you want to locate a match anywhere in the string, use re.search(pattern, string, flags=0) instead (https://docs.python.org/3/library/re.html). This will scan the string and return the first match object. Then you can extract the matching string with match_object.group(0) as the folks suggested.

How to write asynchronous functions for Node.js

I've dealing too many hours for such task in for node.js. I'm mainly front-end guy.

I find this quite important, because all node methods asyncronous deal with callback, and transform it into Promise is better to handle it.

I Just want to show a possible outcome, more lean and readable. Using ECMA-6 with async you can write it like this.

 async function getNameFiles (dirname) {
  return new Promise((resolve, reject) => {
    fs.readdir(dirname, (err, filenames) => {
      err !== (undefined || null) ? reject(err) : resolve(filenames)
    })
  })
}

the (undefined || null) is for repl (read event print loop) scenarios, using undefined also work.

PHP How to find the time elapsed since a date time?

Convert [saved_date] to timestamp. Get current timestamp.

current timestamp - [saved_date] timestamp.

Then you can format it with date();

You can normally convert most date formats to timestamps with the strtotime() function.

Random number between 0 and 1 in python

random.randrange(0,2) this works!

How to redirect both stdout and stderr to a file

You can do it like that 2>&1:

 command > file 2>&1

error C2039: 'string' : is not a member of 'std', header file problem

You need to have

#include <string>

in the header file too.The forward declaration on it's own doesn't do enough.

Also strongly consider header guards for your header files to avoid possible future problems as your project grows. So at the top do something like:

#ifndef THE_FILE_NAME_H
#define THE_FILE_NAME_H

/* header goes in here */

#endif

This will prevent the header file from being #included multiple times, if you don't have such a guard then you can have issues with multiple declarations.

Convert String to java.util.Date

I think your date format does not make sense. There is no 13:00 PM. Remove the "aaa" at the end of your format or turn the HH into hh.

Nevertheless, this works fine for me:

String testDate = "29-Apr-2010,13:00:14 PM";
DateFormat formatter = new SimpleDateFormat("d-MMM-yyyy,HH:mm:ss aaa");
Date date = formatter.parse(testDate);
System.out.println(date);

It prints "Thu Apr 29 13:00:14 CEST 2010".

php/mySQL on XAMPP: password for phpMyAdmin and mysql_connect different?

if you open localhost/phpmyadmin you will find a tab called "User accounts". There you can define all your users that can access the mysql database, set their rights and even limit from where they can connect.

check if variable empty

here i have explained how the empty function and isset works please use the one that is appropriate also you can use is_null function also

<?php
    $val = 0;
    //evaluates to true because $var is empty
    if (empty($val)) {
        echo '$val is either 0, empty, or not set at all';
    }
    //evaluates to true because $VAR IS SET
    if (isset($val)) {
        echo '$val is set even though it is empty';
    }
    ?>

How do I make a LinearLayout scrollable?

Place all your layouts inside a ScrollView with width and height set to fill_parent.

Is it still valid to use IE=edge,chrome=1?

<meta http-equiv="X-UA-Compatible" content="IE=edge,chrome=1" /> serves two purposes.

  1. IE=edge: specifies that IE should run in the highest mode available to that version of IE as opposed to a compatability mode; IE8 can support up to IE8 modes, IE9 can support up to IE9 modes, and so on.
  2. chrome=1: specifies that Google Chrome frame should start if the user has it installed

The IE=edge flag is still relevant for IE versions 10 and below. IE11 sets this mode as the default.

As for the chrome flag, you can leave it if your users still use Chrome Frame. Despite support and updates for Chrome Frame ending, one can still install and use the final release. If you remove the flag, Chrome Frame will not be activated when installed. For other users, chrome=1 will do nothing more than consume a few bytes of bandwidth.

I recommend you analyze your audience and see if their browsers prohibit any needed features and then decide. Perhaps it might be better to encourage them to use a more modern, evergreen browser.

Note, the W3C validator will flag chrome=1 as an error:

Error: A meta element with an http-equiv attribute whose value is
X-UA-Compatible must have a content attribute with the value IE=edge.

How to restrict UITextField to take only numbers in Swift?

Dead simple solution for Double numbers (keep it mind that this is not the best user-friendly solution), in your UITextFieldDelegate delegate:

func textField(_ textField: UITextField,
               shouldChangeCharactersIn range: NSRange,
               replacementString string: String) -> Bool {
        guard let currentString = textField.text as NSString? else {
            return false
        }
        let newString = currentString.replacingCharacters(in: range, with: string)
        return Double(newString) != nil
}

Phone number validation Android

To validate phone numbers for a specific region in Android, use libPhoneNumber from Google, and the following code as an example:

public boolean isPhoneNumberValid(String phoneNumber, String countryCode)
{
    //NOTE: This should probably be a member variable.
    PhoneNumberUtil phoneUtil = PhoneNumberUtil.getInstance();

    try 
    {
        PhoneNumber numberProto = phoneUtil.parse(phoneNumber, countryCode);
        return phoneUtil.isValidNumber(numberProto);
    } 
    catch (NumberParseException e) 
    {
        System.err.println("NumberParseException was thrown: " + e.toString());
    }

    return false;
}

accessing a file using [NSBundle mainBundle] pathForResource: ofType:inDirectory:

When I drag files in, the "Add to targets" box seems to be un-ticked by default. If I leave it un-ticked then I have the problem described. Fix it by deleting the files then dragging them back in but making sure to tick "Add to targets". enter image description here

How are POST and GET variables handled in Python?

They are stored in the CGI fieldstorage object.

import cgi
form = cgi.FieldStorage()

print "The user entered %s" % form.getvalue("uservalue")

How to disable a button when an input is empty?

Another way to check is to inline the function, so that the condition will be checked on every render (every props and state change)

const isDisabled = () => 
  // condition check

This works:

<button
  type="button"
  disabled={this.isDisabled()}
>
  Let Me In
</button>

but this will not work:

<button
   type="button"
   disabled={this.isDisabled}
>
  Let Me In
</button>

What is the JavaScript version of sleep()?

I prefer this functional style one liner sleep function:

const sleep = (ms) => new Promise((res) => setTimeout(res, ms, ms));

// usage
async function main() {
  console.log("before");
  const t = await sleep(10_000); /* 10 sec */
  console.log("after " + t);
}
main();

How to downgrade or install an older version of Cocoapods

to remove your current version you could just run:

sudo gem uninstall cocoapods

you can install a specific version of cocoa pods via the following command:

sudo gem install cocoapods -v 0.25.0

You can use older installed versions with following command:

pod _0.25.0_ setup

Build a basic Python iterator

There are four ways to build an iterative function:

Examples:

# generator
def uc_gen(text):
    for char in text.upper():
        yield char

# generator expression
def uc_genexp(text):
    return (char for char in text.upper())

# iterator protocol
class uc_iter():
    def __init__(self, text):
        self.text = text.upper()
        self.index = 0
    def __iter__(self):
        return self
    def __next__(self):
        try:
            result = self.text[self.index]
        except IndexError:
            raise StopIteration
        self.index += 1
        return result

# getitem method
class uc_getitem():
    def __init__(self, text):
        self.text = text.upper()
    def __getitem__(self, index):
        return self.text[index]

To see all four methods in action:

for iterator in uc_gen, uc_genexp, uc_iter, uc_getitem:
    for ch in iterator('abcde'):
        print(ch, end=' ')
    print()

Which results in:

A B C D E
A B C D E
A B C D E
A B C D E

Note:

The two generator types (uc_gen and uc_genexp) cannot be reversed(); the plain iterator (uc_iter) would need the __reversed__ magic method (which, according to the docs, must return a new iterator, but returning self works (at least in CPython)); and the getitem iteratable (uc_getitem) must have the __len__ magic method:

    # for uc_iter we add __reversed__ and update __next__
    def __reversed__(self):
        self.index = -1
        return self
    def __next__(self):
        try:
            result = self.text[self.index]
        except IndexError:
            raise StopIteration
        self.index += -1 if self.index < 0 else +1
        return result

    # for uc_getitem
    def __len__(self)
        return len(self.text)

To answer Colonel Panic's secondary question about an infinite lazily evaluated iterator, here are those examples, using each of the four methods above:

# generator
def even_gen():
    result = 0
    while True:
        yield result
        result += 2


# generator expression
def even_genexp():
    return (num for num in even_gen())  # or even_iter or even_getitem
                                        # not much value under these circumstances

# iterator protocol
class even_iter():
    def __init__(self):
        self.value = 0
    def __iter__(self):
        return self
    def __next__(self):
        next_value = self.value
        self.value += 2
        return next_value

# getitem method
class even_getitem():
    def __getitem__(self, index):
        return index * 2

import random
for iterator in even_gen, even_genexp, even_iter, even_getitem:
    limit = random.randint(15, 30)
    count = 0
    for even in iterator():
        print even,
        count += 1
        if count >= limit:
            break
    print

Which results in (at least for my sample run):

0 2 4 6 8 10 12 14 16 18 20 22 24 26 28 30 32 34 36 38 40 42 44 46 48 50 52 54
0 2 4 6 8 10 12 14 16 18 20 22 24 26 28 30 32 34 36 38
0 2 4 6 8 10 12 14 16 18 20 22 24 26 28 30
0 2 4 6 8 10 12 14 16 18 20 22 24 26 28 30 32

How to choose which one to use? This is mostly a matter of taste. The two methods I see most often are generators and the iterator protocol, as well as a hybrid (__iter__ returning a generator).

Generator expressions are useful for replacing list comprehensions (they are lazy and so can save on resources).

If one needs compatibility with earlier Python 2.x versions use __getitem__.