Programs & Examples On #Outlook 2010

Microsoft Outlook 2010 is the release of Microsoft's popular Outlook platform that debuted in July 2010. New features in this edition include ribbon interfaces in all views, a programmatically accessible Navigation Pane, and improved social networking features.

css padding is not working in outlook

Avoid paddings and margins in newsletters, some email clients will ignore this properties.

You can use empty tr and td as was suggested (but this will result in a lot of html), or you can use borders with the same border color as the background of the email. so, instead of padding-top: 40px you can use border-top: 40px solid #ffffff (assuming that the background color of the email is #ffffff)

I've tested this solution in gmail (and gmail for business), yahoo mail, outlook web, outlook desktop, thunderbird, apple mail and more. As far as I can tell, border property is pretty safe to use everywhere.

Example:


<!-- With paddings: WON'T WORK IN ALL EMAIL CLIENTS! -->
<table>

    <tr>

        <td style="padding: 10px 10px 10px 10px">
            <!-- Content goes here -->
        </td>

    </tr>

</table>


<!-- Same result with borders and same border color of the background -->
<table>

    <tr>

        <td style="border: solid 10px #ffffff">
           <!-- Content goes here -->
        </td>

    </tr>

</table>


<!-- Same result using empty td/tr. (A lot more html than borders, get messy on large emails) -->
<table>

    <tr>
        <td colspan="3" height="10" style="height: 10px; line-height: 1px">&nbsp;</td>
    </tr>


    <tr>

        <td width="10" style="width: 10px; line-height: 1px">&nbsp;</td>

        <td><!--Content goes here--></td>

        <td width="10" style="width: 10px; line-height: 1px">&nbsp;</td>

    </tr>


    <tr>
        <td colspan="3" height="10" style="height: 10px; line-height: 1px">&nbsp;</td>
    </tr>

</table>
<!-- With tr/td every property is needed. height must be setted both as attribute and style, same with width, line-height must be setted JIC default value is greater than actual height and without the &nbsp; some email clients won't render the column because is empty. You can remove the colspan and still will work, but is annoying when inspecting the element in browser not to see a perfect square table -->

In addition, here is an excelent guide to make responsive newsletters without mediaqueries. The emails really works everywhere:

https://webdesign.tutsplus.com/tutorials/creating-a-future-proof-responsive-email-without-media-queries--cms-23919

And always remember to make styles inline:

https://inliner.cm/

To test emails, here is a good resource:

https://putsmail.com/

Finally, for doubts about css support in email clients you can go here:

https://templates.mailchimp.com/resources/email-client-css-support/

or here:

https://www.campaignmonitor.com/css/

How do I clone a subdirectory only of a Git repository?

I just wrote a script for GitHub.

Usage:

python get_git_sub_dir.py path/to/sub/dir <RECURSIVE>

Check if Key Exists in NameValueCollection

This could also be a solution without having to introduce a new method:

    item = collection["item"] != null ? collection["item"].ToString() : null;

How can I pass some data from one controller to another peer controller

You need to use

 $rootScope.$broadcast()

in the controller that must send datas. And in the one that receive those datas, you use

 $scope.$on

Here is a fiddle that i forked a few time ago (I don't know who did it first anymore

http://jsfiddle.net/patxy/RAVFM/

Your password does not satisfy the current policy requirements

This error message has nothing to do with the stored password in your table. It also occures if you type (on SQL console)

"select password('123456789')"

or if

"select password('A123456789')"

or if

"select password('A!123456789')"

If you type

"select password('A!a123456789')"

then it will work. Just use big + small letters, special chars and numbers to create your password.

You can disable these checks in my.cnf, but then you will have a security risk!

in [mysqld] add:

validate_password_policy=LOW
validate_password_special_char_count=0
validate_password_length=0
validate_password_mixed_case_count=0
validate_password_number_count=0

How add "or" in switch statements?

Case-statements automatically fall through if you don't specify otherwise (by writing break). Therefor you can write

switch(myvar)
{
   case 2:
   case 5:
   {
      //your code
   break;
   }

// etc... }

What is python's site-packages directory?

site-packages is just the location where Python installs its modules.

No need to "find it", python knows where to find it by itself, this location is always part of the PYTHONPATH (sys.path).

Programmatically you can find it this way:

import sys
site_packages = next(p for p in sys.path if 'site-packages' in p)
print site_packages

'/Users/foo/.envs/env1/lib/python2.7/site-packages'

How to make an android app to always run in background?

On some mobiles like mine (MIUI Redmi 3) you can just add specific Application on list where application doesnt stop when you terminate applactions in Task Manager (It will stop but it will start again)

Just go to Settings>PermissionsAutostart

How do CSS triangles work?

Start with a basic square and borders. Each border will be given a different color so we can tell them apart:

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.triangle {
    border-color: yellow blue red green;
    border-style: solid;
    border-width: 200px 200px 200px 200px;
    height: 0px;
    width: 0px;
}
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<div class="triangle"></div>
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which gives you this:

square with four borders

But there's no need for the top border, so set its width to 0px. Now our border-bottom of 200px will make our triangle 200px tall.

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.triangle {
    border-color: yellow blue red green;
    border-style: solid;
    border-width: 0px 200px 200px 200px;
    height: 0px;
    width: 0px;
}
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<div class="triangle"></div>
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and we will get this:

bottom half of square with four borders

Then to hide the two side triangles, set the border-color to transparent. Since the top-border has been effectively deleted, we can set the border-top-color to transparent as well.

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.triangle {
    border-color: transparent transparent red transparent;
    border-style: solid;
    border-width: 0px 200px 200px 200px;
    height: 0px;
    width: 0px;
}
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<div class="triangle"></div>
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finally we get this:

triangular bottom border

Can't find the 'libpq-fe.h header when trying to install pg gem

On CentOS,I installed libpq-dev package using below command

yum install postgresql-devel

Executing gem install pg returned the same error as "No pg_config... trying anyway. If building fails, please try again with --with-pg-config=/path/to/pg_config".

Installing the gem as below solved my problem

gem install pg -- --with-pg-config=/usr/pgsql-x.x/bin/pg_config

How to get a subset of a javascript object's properties

Dynamic solution

['color', 'height'].reduce((a,b) => (a[b]=elmo[b],a), {})

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let subset= (obj,keys)=> keys.reduce((a,b)=> (a[b]=obj[b],a),{});_x000D_
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// TEST_x000D_
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let elmo = { _x000D_
  color: 'red',_x000D_
  annoying: true,_x000D_
  height: 'unknown',_x000D_
  meta: { one: '1', two: '2'}_x000D_
};_x000D_
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console.log( subset(elmo, ['color', 'height']) );
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Cmake doesn't find Boost

For cmake version 3.1.0-rc2 to pick up boost 1.57 specify -D_boost_TEST_VERSIONS=1.57

cmake version 3.1.0-rc2 defaults to boost<=1.56.0 as is seen using -DBoost_DEBUG=ON

cmake -D_boost_TEST_VERSIONS=1.57 -DBoost_DEBUG=ON -DCMAKE_BUILD_TYPE=Debug -DCMAKE_C_COMPILER=clang -DCMAKE_CXX_COMPILER=clang++

100% width background image with an 'auto' height

Add the css:

   html,body{
        height:100%;
        }
    .bg-img {
        background: url(image.jpg) no-repeat center top; 
        background-size: cover; 
        height:100%;     
    }

And html is:

<div class="bg-mg"></div>

CSS: stretching background image to 100% width and height of screen?

Git resolve conflict using --ours/--theirs for all files

git diff --name-only --diff-filter=U | xargs git checkout --theirs

Seems to do the job. Note that you have to be cd'ed to the root directory of the git repo to achieve this.

Getting values from query string in an url using AngularJS $location

Very late answer :( but for someone who is in need, this works Angular js works too :) URLSearchParams Let's have a look at how we can use this new API to get values from the location!

// Assuming "?post=1234&action=edit"

var urlParams = new URLSearchParams(window.location.search);
console.log(urlParams.has('post')); // true
console.log(urlParams.get('action')); // "edit"
console.log(urlParams.getAll('action')); // ["edit"]
console.log(urlParams.toString()); // "?post=1234&action=edit"
console.log(urlParams.append('active', '1')); // "?

post=1234&action=edit&active=1"

FYI: IE is not supported

use this function from instead of URLSearchParams

urlParam = function (name) {
    var results = new RegExp('[\?&]' + name + '=([^&#]*)')
                      .exec(window.location.search);

    return (results !== null) ? results[1] || 0 : false;
}

console.log(urlParam('action')); //edit

GET and POST methods with the same Action name in the same Controller

Since you cannot have two methods with the same name and signature you have to use the ActionName attribute:

[HttpGet]
public ActionResult Index()
{
  // your code
  return View();
}

[HttpPost]
[ActionName("Index")]
public ActionResult IndexPost()
{
  // your code
  return View();
}

Also see "How a Method Becomes An Action"

Format numbers in JavaScript similar to C#

I wrote a simple function (not yet another jQuery plugin needed!!) that converts a number to a decimal separated string or an empty string if the number wasn't a number to begin with:

function format(x) {
    return isNaN(x)?"":x.toString().replace(/\B(?=(\d{3})+(?!\d))/g, ",");
}

format(578999); results in 578,999

format(10); results in 10

if you want to have a decimal point instead of a comma simply replace the comma in the code with a decimal point.

One of the comments correctly stated this only works for integers, with a few small adaptions you can make it work for floating points as well:

function format(x) {
    if(isNaN(x))return "";

    n= x.toString().split('.');
    return n[0].replace(/\B(?=(\d{3})+(?!\d))/g, ",")+(n.length>1?"."+n[1]:"");
}

Get a DataTable Columns DataType

You could always use typeof in the if statement. It is better than working with string values like the answer of Natarajan.

if (dt.Columns[0].DataType == typeof(DateTime))
{
}

C++ template typedef

C++11 added alias declarations, which are generalization of typedef, allowing templates:

template <size_t N>
using Vector = Matrix<N, 1>;

The type Vector<3> is equivalent to Matrix<3, 1>.


In C++03, the closest approximation was:

template <size_t N>
struct Vector
{
    typedef Matrix<N, 1> type;
};

Here, the type Vector<3>::type is equivalent to Matrix<3, 1>.

What is causing the error `string.split is not a function`?

Change this...

var string = document.location;

to this...

var string = document.location + '';

This is because document.location is a Location object. The default .toString() returns the location in string form, so the concatenation will trigger that.


You could also use document.URL to get a string.

Implementing SearchView in action bar


For Searchview use these code

  1. For XML

    <android.support.v7.widget.SearchView
        android:layout_width="match_parent"
        android:layout_height="wrap_content"
        android:id="@+id/searchView">
    
    </android.support.v7.widget.SearchView>
    

  2. In your Fragment or Activity

    package com.example.user.salaryin;
    
    import android.app.ProgressDialog;
    import android.os.Bundle;
    import android.support.v4.app.Fragment;
    import android.support.v4.view.MenuItemCompat;
    import android.support.v7.widget.GridLayoutManager;
    import android.support.v7.widget.LinearLayoutManager;
    import android.support.v7.widget.RecyclerView;
    import android.support.v7.widget.SearchView;
    import android.view.LayoutInflater;
    import android.view.Menu;
    import android.view.MenuInflater;
    import android.view.MenuItem;
    import android.view.View;
    import android.view.ViewGroup;
    import android.widget.Toast;
    import com.example.user.salaryin.Adapter.BusinessModuleAdapter;
    import com.example.user.salaryin.Network.ApiClient;
    import com.example.user.salaryin.POJO.ProductDetailPojo;
    import com.example.user.salaryin.Service.ServiceAPI;
    import java.util.ArrayList;
    import java.util.List;
    import retrofit2.Call;
    import retrofit2.Callback;
    import retrofit2.Response;
    
    
    public class OneFragment extends Fragment implements SearchView.OnQueryTextListener {
    
    RecyclerView recyclerView;
    RecyclerView.LayoutManager layoutManager;
    ArrayList<ProductDetailPojo> arrayList;
    BusinessModuleAdapter adapter;
    private ProgressDialog pDialog;
    GridLayoutManager gridLayoutManager;
    SearchView searchView;
    
    public OneFragment() {
        // Required empty public constructor
    }
    
    @Override
    public void onCreate(Bundle savedInstanceState) {
        super.onCreate(savedInstanceState);
    }
    
    @Override
    public View onCreateView(LayoutInflater inflater, ViewGroup container,
                             Bundle savedInstanceState) {
    
        View rootView = inflater.inflate(R.layout.one_fragment,container,false);
    
        pDialog = new ProgressDialog(getActivity());
        pDialog.setMessage("Please wait...");
    
    
        searchView=(SearchView)rootView.findViewById(R.id.searchView);
        searchView.setQueryHint("Search BY Brand");
        searchView.setOnQueryTextListener(this);
    
        recyclerView = (RecyclerView) rootView.findViewById(R.id.recyclerView);
        layoutManager = new LinearLayoutManager(this.getActivity());
        recyclerView.setLayoutManager(layoutManager);
        gridLayoutManager = new GridLayoutManager(this.getActivity().getApplicationContext(), 2);
        recyclerView.setLayoutManager(gridLayoutManager);
        recyclerView.setHasFixedSize(true);
        getImageData();
    
    
        // Inflate the layout for this fragment
        //return inflater.inflate(R.layout.one_fragment, container, false);
        return rootView;
    }
    
    
    private void getImageData() {
        pDialog.show();
        ServiceAPI service = ApiClient.getRetrofit().create(ServiceAPI.class);
        Call<List<ProductDetailPojo>> call = service.getBusinessImage();
    
        call.enqueue(new Callback<List<ProductDetailPojo>>() {
            @Override
            public void onResponse(Call<List<ProductDetailPojo>> call, Response<List<ProductDetailPojo>> response) {
                if (response.isSuccessful()) {
                    arrayList = (ArrayList<ProductDetailPojo>) response.body();
                    adapter = new BusinessModuleAdapter(arrayList, getActivity());
                    recyclerView.setAdapter(adapter);
                    pDialog.dismiss();
                } else if (response.code() == 401) {
                    pDialog.dismiss();
                    Toast.makeText(getActivity(), "Data is not found", Toast.LENGTH_SHORT).show();
                }
    
            }
    
            @Override
            public void onFailure(Call<List<ProductDetailPojo>> call, Throwable t) {
                Toast.makeText(getActivity(), t.getMessage(), Toast.LENGTH_SHORT).show();
                pDialog.dismiss();
    
            }
        });
    }
    
       /* @Override
        public void onCreateOptionsMenu(Menu menu, MenuInflater inflater) {
        getActivity().getMenuInflater().inflate(R.menu.menu_search, menu);
        MenuItem menuItem = menu.findItem(R.id.action_search);
        SearchView searchView = (SearchView) MenuItemCompat.getActionView(menuItem);
        searchView.setQueryHint("Search Product");
        searchView.setOnQueryTextListener(this);
    }*/
    
    @Override
    public boolean onQueryTextSubmit(String query) {
        return false;
    }
    
    @Override
    public boolean onQueryTextChange(String newText) {
        newText = newText.toLowerCase();
        ArrayList<ProductDetailPojo> newList = new ArrayList<>();
        for (ProductDetailPojo productDetailPojo : arrayList) {
            String name = productDetailPojo.getDetails().toLowerCase();
    
            if (name.contains(newText) )
                newList.add(productDetailPojo);
            }
        adapter.setFilter(newList);
        return true;
       }
    }
    
  3. In adapter class

     public void setFilter(List<ProductDetailPojo> newList){
        arrayList=new ArrayList<>();
        arrayList.addAll(newList);
        notifyDataSetChanged();
    }
    

Good MapReduce examples

Map reduce is a framework that was developed to process massive amounts of data efficiently. For example, if we have 1 million records in a dataset, and it is stored in a relational representation - it is very expensive to derive values and perform any sort of transformations on these.

For Example In SQL, Given the Date of Birth, to find out How many people are of age > 30 for a million records would take a while, and this would only increase in order of magnitute when the complexity of the query increases. Map Reduce provides a cluster based implementation where data is processed in a distributed manner

Here is a wikipedia article explaining what map-reduce is all about

Another good example is Finding Friends via map reduce can be a powerful example to understand the concept, and a well used use-case.

Personally, found this link quite useful to understand the concept

Copying the explanation provided in the blog (In case the link goes stale)

Finding Friends

MapReduce is a framework originally developed at Google that allows for easy large scale distributed computing across a number of domains. Apache Hadoop is an open source implementation.

I'll gloss over the details, but it comes down to defining two functions: a map function and a reduce function. The map function takes a value and outputs key:value pairs. For instance, if we define a map function that takes a string and outputs the length of the word as the key and the word itself as the value then map(steve) would return 5:steve and map(savannah) would return 8:savannah. You may have noticed that the map function is stateless and only requires the input value to compute it's output value. This allows us to run the map function against values in parallel and provides a huge advantage. Before we get to the reduce function, the mapreduce framework groups all of the values together by key, so if the map functions output the following key:value pairs:

3 : the
3 : and
3 : you
4 : then
4 : what
4 : when
5 : steve
5 : where
8 : savannah
8 : research

They get grouped as:

3 : [the, and, you]
4 : [then, what, when]
5 : [steve, where]
8 : [savannah, research]

Each of these lines would then be passed as an argument to the reduce function, which accepts a key and a list of values. In this instance, we might be trying to figure out how many words of certain lengths exist, so our reduce function will just count the number of items in the list and output the key with the size of the list, like:

3 : 3
4 : 3
5 : 2
8 : 2

The reductions can also be done in parallel, again providing a huge advantage. We can then look at these final results and see that there were only two words of length 5 in our corpus, etc...

The most common example of mapreduce is for counting the number of times words occur in a corpus. Suppose you had a copy of the internet (I've been fortunate enough to have worked in such a situation), and you wanted a list of every word on the internet as well as how many times it occurred.

The way you would approach this would be to tokenize the documents you have (break it into words), and pass each word to a mapper. The mapper would then spit the word back out along with a value of 1. The grouping phase will take all the keys (in this case words), and make a list of 1's. The reduce phase then takes a key (the word) and a list (a list of 1's for every time the key appeared on the internet), and sums the list. The reducer then outputs the word, along with it's count. When all is said and done you'll have a list of every word on the internet, along with how many times it appeared.

Easy, right? If you've ever read about mapreduce, the above scenario isn't anything new... it's the "Hello, World" of mapreduce. So here is a real world use case (Facebook may or may not actually do the following, it's just an example):

Facebook has a list of friends (note that friends are a bi-directional thing on Facebook. If I'm your friend, you're mine). They also have lots of disk space and they serve hundreds of millions of requests everyday. They've decided to pre-compute calculations when they can to reduce the processing time of requests. One common processing request is the "You and Joe have 230 friends in common" feature. When you visit someone's profile, you see a list of friends that you have in common. This list doesn't change frequently so it'd be wasteful to recalculate it every time you visited the profile (sure you could use a decent caching strategy, but then I wouldn't be able to continue writing about mapreduce for this problem). We're going to use mapreduce so that we can calculate everyone's common friends once a day and store those results. Later on it's just a quick lookup. We've got lots of disk, it's cheap.

Assume the friends are stored as Person->[List of Friends], our friends list is then:

A -> B C D
B -> A C D E
C -> A B D E
D -> A B C E
E -> B C D

Each line will be an argument to a mapper. For every friend in the list of friends, the mapper will output a key-value pair. The key will be a friend along with the person. The value will be the list of friends. The key will be sorted so that the friends are in order, causing all pairs of friends to go to the same reducer. This is hard to explain with text, so let's just do it and see if you can see the pattern. After all the mappers are done running, you'll have a list like this:

For map(A -> B C D) :

(A B) -> B C D
(A C) -> B C D
(A D) -> B C D

For map(B -> A C D E) : (Note that A comes before B in the key)

(A B) -> A C D E
(B C) -> A C D E
(B D) -> A C D E
(B E) -> A C D E
For map(C -> A B D E) :

(A C) -> A B D E
(B C) -> A B D E
(C D) -> A B D E
(C E) -> A B D E
For map(D -> A B C E) :

(A D) -> A B C E
(B D) -> A B C E
(C D) -> A B C E
(D E) -> A B C E
And finally for map(E -> B C D):

(B E) -> B C D
(C E) -> B C D
(D E) -> B C D
Before we send these key-value pairs to the reducers, we group them by their keys and get:

(A B) -> (A C D E) (B C D)
(A C) -> (A B D E) (B C D)
(A D) -> (A B C E) (B C D)
(B C) -> (A B D E) (A C D E)
(B D) -> (A B C E) (A C D E)
(B E) -> (A C D E) (B C D)
(C D) -> (A B C E) (A B D E)
(C E) -> (A B D E) (B C D)
(D E) -> (A B C E) (B C D)

Each line will be passed as an argument to a reducer. The reduce function will simply intersect the lists of values and output the same key with the result of the intersection. For example, reduce((A B) -> (A C D E) (B C D)) will output (A B) : (C D) and means that friends A and B have C and D as common friends.

The result after reduction is:

(A B) -> (C D)
(A C) -> (B D)
(A D) -> (B C)
(B C) -> (A D E)
(B D) -> (A C E)
(B E) -> (C D)
(C D) -> (A B E)
(C E) -> (B D)
(D E) -> (B C)

Now when D visits B's profile, we can quickly look up (B D) and see that they have three friends in common, (A C E).

What is the difference between a function expression vs declaration in JavaScript?

The first statement depends on the context in which it is declared.

If it is declared in the global context it will create an implied global variable called "foo" which will be a variable which points to the function. Thus the function call "foo()" can be made anywhere in your javascript program.

If the function is created in a closure it will create an implied local variable called "foo" which you can then use to invoke the function inside the closure with "foo()"

EDIT:

I should have also said that function statements (The first one) are parsed before function expressions (The other 2). This means that if you declare the function at the bottom of your script you will still be able to use it at the top. Function expressions only get evaluated as they are hit by the executing code.

END EDIT

Statements 2 & 3 are pretty much equivalent to each other. Again if used in the global context they will create global variables and if used within a closure will create local variables. However it is worth noting that statement 3 will ignore the function name, so esentially you could call the function anything. Therefore

var foo = function foo() { return 5; }

Is the same as

var foo = function fooYou() { return 5; }

Managing large binary files with Git

Another solution, since April 2015 is Git Large File Storage (LFS) (by GitHub).

It uses git-lfs (see git-lfs.github.com) and tested with a server supporting it: lfs-test-server:
You can store metadata only in the git repo, and the large file elsewhere.

https://cloud.githubusercontent.com/assets/1319791/7051226/c4570828-ddf4-11e4-87eb-8fc165e5ece4.gif

DataRow: Select cell value by a given column name

You can get the column value in VB.net

Dim row As DataRow = fooTable.Rows(0)
Dim temp = Convert.ToString(row("ColumnName"))

And in C# you can use Jimmy's Answer, just be careful while converting it to ToString(). It can throw null exception if the data is null instead Use Convert.ToString(your_expression) to avoid null exception reference

Convert Python program to C/C++ code?

I realize that an answer on a quite new solution is missing. If Numpy is used in the code, I would advice to try Pythran:

http://pythran.readthedocs.io/

For the functions I tried, Pythran gives extremely good results. The resulting functions are as fast as well written Fortran code (or only slightly slower) and a little bit faster than the (quite optimized) Cython solution.

The advantage compared to Cython is that you just have to use Pythran on the Python function optimized for Numpy, meaning that you do not have to expand the loops and add types for all variables in the loop. Pythran takes its time to analyse the code so it understands the operations on numpy.ndarray.

It is also a huge advantage compared to Numba or other projects based on just-in-time compilation for which (to my knowledge), you have to expand the loops to be really efficient. And then the code with the loops becomes very very inefficient using only CPython and Numpy...

A drawback of Pythran: no classes! But since only the functions that really need to be optimized have to be compiled, it is not very annoying.

Another point: Pythran supports well (and very easily) OpenMP parallelism. But I don't think mpi4py is supported...

The operation cannot be completed because the DbContext has been disposed error

This can be as simple as adding ToList() in your repository. For example:

public IEnumerable<MyObject> GetMyObjectsForId(string id)
{
    using (var ctxt = new RcContext())
    {
        // causes an error
        return ctxt.MyObjects.Where(x => x.MyObjects.Id == id);
    }
}

Will yield the Db Context disposed error in the calling class but this can be resolved by explicitly exercising the enumeration by adding ToList() on the LINQ operation:

public IEnumerable<MyObject> GetMyObjectsForId(string id)
{
    using (var ctxt = new RcContext())
    {
        return ctxt.MyObjects.Where(x => x.MyObjects.Id == id).ToList();
    }
}

How to convert an xml string to a dictionary?

@dibrovsd: Solution will not work if the xml have more than one tag with same name

On your line of thought, I have modified the code a bit and written it for general node instead of root:

from collections import defaultdict
def xml2dict(node):
    d, count = defaultdict(list), 1
    for i in node:
        d[i.tag + "_" + str(count)]['text'] = i.findtext('.')[0]
        d[i.tag + "_" + str(count)]['attrib'] = i.attrib # attrib gives the list
        d[i.tag + "_" + str(count)]['children'] = xml2dict(i) # it gives dict
     return d

Webpack how to build production code and how to use it

You can use argv npm module (install it by running npm install argv --save) for getting params in your webpack.config.js file and as for production you use -p flag "build": "webpack -p", you can add condition in webpack.config.js file like below

plugins: [
    new webpack.DefinePlugin({
        'process.env':{
            'NODE_ENV': argv.p ? JSON.stringify('production') : JSON.stringify('development')
        }
    })
]

And thats it.

What does "&" at the end of a linux command mean?

When not told otherwise commands take over the foreground. You only have one "foreground" process running in a single shell session. The & symbol instructs commands to run in a background process and immediately returns to the command line for additional commands.

sh my_script.sh &

A background process will not stay alive after the shell session is closed. SIGHUP terminates all running processes. By default anyway. If your command is long-running or runs indefinitely (ie: microservice) you need to pr-pend it with nohup so it remains running after you disconnect from the session:

nohup sh my_script.sh &

EDIT: There does appear to be a gray area regarding the closing of background processes when & is used. Just be aware that the shell may close your process depending on your OS and local configurations (particularly on CENTOS/RHEL): https://serverfault.com/a/117157.

HTML entity for the middle dot

This can be done easily using &middot;. You can color or size the dot according to the tags you wrap it with. For example, try and run this

<h2> I &middot; love &middot; Coding </h2>

Changing image size in Markdown

The accepted answer here isn't working with any Markdown editor available in the apps I have used till date like Ghost, Stackedit.io or even in the StackOverflow editor. I found a workaround here in the StackEdit.io issue tracker.

The solution is to directly use HTML syntax, and it works perfectly:

<img src="http://....jpg" width="200" height="200" />

Cannot connect to the Docker daemon at unix:/var/run/docker.sock. Is the docker daemon running?

I was trying to run docker(just installed) in an instance of AWS when the message appears. I just write sudo service docker start and works fine for me.

Also see AWS with Docker

How to load an external webpage into a div of a html page

Using simple html,

 <div> 
    <object type="text/html" data="http://validator.w3.org/" width="800px" height="600px" style="overflow:auto;border:5px ridge blue">
    </object>
 </div>

Or jquery,

<script>
        $("#mydiv")
            .html('<object data="http://your-website-domain"/>');
</script>

JSFIDDLE DEMO

Difference between getAttribute() and getParameter()

The difference between getAttribute and getParameter is that getParameter will return the value of a parameter that was submitted by an HTML form or that was included in a query string. getAttribute returns an object that you have set in the request, the only way you can use this is in conjunction with a RequestDispatcher. You use a RequestDispatcher to forward a request to another resource (JSP / Servlet). So before you forward the request you can set an attribute which will be available to the next resource.

How to upload files to server using JSP/Servlet?

If you happen to use Spring MVC, this is how to: (I'm leaving this here in case someone find it useful).

Use a form with enctype attribute set to "multipart/form-data" (Same as BalusC's Answer)

<form action="upload" method="post" enctype="multipart/form-data">
    <input type="file" name="file" />
    <input type="submit" value="Upload"/>
</form>

In your controller, map the request parameter file to MultipartFile type as follows:

@RequestMapping(value = "/upload", method = RequestMethod.POST)
public void handleUpload(@RequestParam("file") MultipartFile file) throws IOException {
    if (!file.isEmpty()) {
            byte[] bytes = file.getBytes(); // alternatively, file.getInputStream();
            // application logic
    }
}

You can get the filename and size using MultipartFile's getOriginalFilename() and getSize().

I've tested this with Spring version 4.1.1.RELEASE.

If conditions in a Makefile, inside a target

You can simply use shell commands. If you want to suppress echoing the output, use the "@" sign. For example:

clean:
    @if [ "test" = "test" ]; then\
        echo "Hello world";\
    fi

Note that the closing ";" and "\" are necessary.

Docker error cannot delete docker container, conflict: unable to remove repository reference

you can use -f option to force delete the containers .

sudo docker rmi -f training/webapp

You may stop the containers using sudo docker stop training/webapp before deleting

Best way to check for IE less than 9 in JavaScript without library

This link contains relevant information on detecting versions of Internet Explorer:

http://tanalin.com/en/articles/ie-version-js/

Example:

if (document.all && !document.addEventListener) {
    alert('IE8 or older.');
}

getting JRE system library unbound error in build path

oh boy, this got resolved, I just had to name my Installed JRE appropriately. I had only the jdk installed and eclipse had taken the default jdk name, i renamed it to JavaSE-1.6 and voila it worked, though i had to redo everthing from the scratch.

What does `unsigned` in MySQL mean and when to use it?

MySQL says:

All integer types can have an optional (nonstandard) attribute UNSIGNED. Unsigned type can be used to permit only nonnegative numbers in a column or when you need a larger upper numeric range for the column. For example, if an INT column is UNSIGNED, the size of the column's range is the same but its endpoints shift from -2147483648 and 2147483647 up to 0 and 4294967295.

When do I use it ?

Ask yourself this question: Will this field ever contain a negative value?
If the answer is no, then you want an UNSIGNED data type.

A common mistake is to use a primary key that is an auto-increment INT starting at zero, yet the type is SIGNED, in that case you’ll never touch any of the negative numbers and you are reducing the range of possible id's to half.

R: rJava package install failing

Running R under Gentoo on an AMD64. I upgraded to R 2.12.0

R version 2.12.0 (2010-10-15) Copyright (C) 2010 The R Foundation for Statistical Computing ISBN 3-900051-07-0 Platform: x86_64-pc-linux-gnu (64-bit) and those pesky messages went away.

Jan Vandermeer

Disable developer mode extensions pop up in Chrome

Have you tried using the Developer Mode Extension Patcher on Github?

It automatically patches your Chrome/Chromium/Edge browser and hides the warning.

How to modify values of JsonObject / JsonArray directly?

This works for modifying childkey value using JSONObject. import used is

import org.json.JSONObject;

ex json:(convert json file to string while giving as input)

{
    "parentkey1": "name",
    "parentkey2": {
     "childkey": "test"
    },
}

Code

JSONObject jObject  = new JSONObject(String jsoninputfileasstring);
jObject.getJSONObject("parentkey2").put("childkey","data1");
System.out.println(jObject);

output:

{
    "parentkey1": "name",
    "parentkey2": {
     "childkey": "data1"
    },
}

How to display with n decimal places in Matlab

You can convert a number to a string with n decimal places using the SPRINTF command:

>> x = 1.23;
>> sprintf('%0.6f', x)

ans =

1.230000

>> x = 1.23456789;
>> sprintf('%0.6f', x)

ans =

1.234568

PHP Get Site URL Protocol - http vs https

Use this server variable to get the protocol details:

 $scheme = $_SERVER['REQUEST_SCHEME'] . '://';
 echo $scheme; //it gives http:// or https://

Note that this server variable is unreliable. For more information take a look at: Is $_SERVER['REQUEST_SCHEME'] reliable?

Signtool error: No certificates were found that met all given criteria with a Windows Store App?

Go to project properties and uncheck all fields from the Firm before init the compilation

HTML Entity Decode

I recommend against using the jQuery code that was accepted as the answer. While it does not insert the string to decode into the page, it does cause things such as scripts and HTML elements to get created. This is way more code than we need. Instead, I suggest using a safer, more optimized function.

var decodeEntities = (function() {
  // this prevents any overhead from creating the object each time
  var element = document.createElement('div');

  function decodeHTMLEntities (str) {
    if(str && typeof str === 'string') {
      // strip script/html tags
      str = str.replace(/<script[^>]*>([\S\s]*?)<\/script>/gmi, '');
      str = str.replace(/<\/?\w(?:[^"'>]|"[^"]*"|'[^']*')*>/gmi, '');
      element.innerHTML = str;
      str = element.textContent;
      element.textContent = '';
    }

    return str;
  }

  return decodeHTMLEntities;
})();

http://jsfiddle.net/LYteC/4/

To use this function, just call decodeEntities("&amp;") and it will use the same underlying techniques as the jQuery version will—but without jQuery's overhead, and after sanitizing the HTML tags in the input. See Mike Samuel's comment on the accepted answer for how to filter out HTML tags.

This function can be easily used as a jQuery plugin by adding the following line in your project.

jQuery.decodeEntities = decodeEntities;

How to split a dataframe string column into two columns?

TL;DR version:

For the simple case of:

  • I have a text column with a delimiter and I want two columns

The simplest solution is:

df[['A', 'B']] = df['AB'].str.split(' ', 1, expand=True)

You must use expand=True if your strings have a non-uniform number of splits and you want None to replace the missing values.

Notice how, in either case, the .tolist() method is not necessary. Neither is zip().

In detail:

Andy Hayden's solution is most excellent in demonstrating the power of the str.extract() method.

But for a simple split over a known separator (like, splitting by dashes, or splitting by whitespace), the .str.split() method is enough1. It operates on a column (Series) of strings, and returns a column (Series) of lists:

>>> import pandas as pd
>>> df = pd.DataFrame({'AB': ['A1-B1', 'A2-B2']})
>>> df

      AB
0  A1-B1
1  A2-B2
>>> df['AB_split'] = df['AB'].str.split('-')
>>> df

      AB  AB_split
0  A1-B1  [A1, B1]
1  A2-B2  [A2, B2]

1: If you're unsure what the first two parameters of .str.split() do, I recommend the docs for the plain Python version of the method.

But how do you go from:

  • a column containing two-element lists

to:

  • two columns, each containing the respective element of the lists?

Well, we need to take a closer look at the .str attribute of a column.

It's a magical object that is used to collect methods that treat each element in a column as a string, and then apply the respective method in each element as efficient as possible:

>>> upper_lower_df = pd.DataFrame({"U": ["A", "B", "C"]})
>>> upper_lower_df

   U
0  A
1  B
2  C
>>> upper_lower_df["L"] = upper_lower_df["U"].str.lower()
>>> upper_lower_df

   U  L
0  A  a
1  B  b
2  C  c

But it also has an "indexing" interface for getting each element of a string by its index:

>>> df['AB'].str[0]

0    A
1    A
Name: AB, dtype: object

>>> df['AB'].str[1]

0    1
1    2
Name: AB, dtype: object

Of course, this indexing interface of .str doesn't really care if each element it's indexing is actually a string, as long as it can be indexed, so:

>>> df['AB'].str.split('-', 1).str[0]

0    A1
1    A2
Name: AB, dtype: object

>>> df['AB'].str.split('-', 1).str[1]

0    B1
1    B2
Name: AB, dtype: object

Then, it's a simple matter of taking advantage of the Python tuple unpacking of iterables to do

>>> df['A'], df['B'] = df['AB'].str.split('-', 1).str
>>> df

      AB  AB_split   A   B
0  A1-B1  [A1, B1]  A1  B1
1  A2-B2  [A2, B2]  A2  B2

Of course, getting a DataFrame out of splitting a column of strings is so useful that the .str.split() method can do it for you with the expand=True parameter:

>>> df['AB'].str.split('-', 1, expand=True)

    0   1
0  A1  B1
1  A2  B2

So, another way of accomplishing what we wanted is to do:

>>> df = df[['AB']]
>>> df

      AB
0  A1-B1
1  A2-B2

>>> df.join(df['AB'].str.split('-', 1, expand=True).rename(columns={0:'A', 1:'B'}))

      AB   A   B
0  A1-B1  A1  B1
1  A2-B2  A2  B2

The expand=True version, although longer, has a distinct advantage over the tuple unpacking method. Tuple unpacking doesn't deal well with splits of different lengths:

>>> df = pd.DataFrame({'AB': ['A1-B1', 'A2-B2', 'A3-B3-C3']})
>>> df
         AB
0     A1-B1
1     A2-B2
2  A3-B3-C3
>>> df['A'], df['B'], df['C'] = df['AB'].str.split('-')
Traceback (most recent call last):
  [...]    
ValueError: Length of values does not match length of index
>>> 

But expand=True handles it nicely by placing None in the columns for which there aren't enough "splits":

>>> df.join(
...     df['AB'].str.split('-', expand=True).rename(
...         columns={0:'A', 1:'B', 2:'C'}
...     )
... )
         AB   A   B     C
0     A1-B1  A1  B1  None
1     A2-B2  A2  B2  None
2  A3-B3-C3  A3  B3    C3

VueJs get url query

Current route properties are present in this.$route, this.$router is the instance of router object which gives the configuration of the router. You can get the current route query using this.$route.query

CSS : center form in page horizontally and vertically

How about using a grid? it's 2019 and support is reasonable

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body {_x000D_
  margin: 0;_x000D_
  padding: 0;_x000D_
  background-color: red;_x000D_
}_x000D_
_x000D_
.content {_x000D_
  display: grid;_x000D_
  background-color: bisque;_x000D_
  height: 100vh;_x000D_
  place-items: center;_x000D_
}
_x000D_
<!DOCTYPE html>_x000D_
<html>_x000D_
<body>_x000D_
<div class="content">_x000D_
  <form action="#" method="POST">_x000D_
    <fieldset>_x000D_
      <legend>Information:</legend>_x000D_
      <label for="name">Name:</label>_x000D_
      <input type="text" id="name" name="user_name">_x000D_
    </fieldset>_x000D_
    <button type="button" formmethod="POST" formaction="#">Submit</button>_x000D_
  </form>_x000D_
 </div>_x000D_
 </body>_x000D_
 </html>
_x000D_
_x000D_
_x000D_

What is the best project structure for a Python application?

Try starting the project using the python_boilerplate template. It largely follows the best practices (e.g. those here), but is better suited in case you find yourself willing to split your project into more than one egg at some point (and believe me, with anything but the simplest projects, you will. One common situation is where you have to use a locally-modified version of someone else's library).

  • Where do you put the source?

    • For decently large projects it makes sense to split the source into several eggs. Each egg would go as a separate setuptools-layout under PROJECT_ROOT/src/<egg_name>.
  • Where do you put application startup scripts?

    • The ideal option is to have application startup script registered as an entry_point in one of the eggs.
  • Where do you put the IDE project cruft?

    • Depends on the IDE. Many of them keep their stuff in PROJECT_ROOT/.<something> in the root of the project, and this is fine.
  • Where do you put the unit/acceptance tests?

    • Each egg has a separate set of tests, kept in its PROJECT_ROOT/src/<egg_name>/tests directory. I personally prefer to use py.test to run them.
  • Where do you put non-Python data such as config files?

    • It depends. There can be different types of non-Python data.
      • "Resources", i.e. data that must be packaged within an egg. This data goes into the corresponding egg directory, somewhere within package namespace. It can be used via the pkg_resources package from setuptools, or since Python 3.7 via the importlib.resources module from the standard library.
      • "Config-files", i.e. non-Python files that are to be regarded as external to the project source files, but have to be initialized with some values when application starts running. During development I prefer to keep such files in PROJECT_ROOT/config. For deployment there can be various options. On Windows one can use %APP_DATA%/<app-name>/config, on Linux, /etc/<app-name> or /opt/<app-name>/config.
      • Generated files, i.e. files that may be created or modified by the application during execution. I would prefer to keep them in PROJECT_ROOT/var during development, and under /var during Linux deployment.
  • Where do you put non-Python sources such as C++ for pyd/so binary extension modules?
    • Into PROJECT_ROOT/src/<egg_name>/native

Documentation would typically go into PROJECT_ROOT/doc or PROJECT_ROOT/src/<egg_name>/doc (this depends on whether you regard some of the eggs to be a separate large projects). Some additional configuration will be in files like PROJECT_ROOT/buildout.cfg and PROJECT_ROOT/setup.cfg.

Show a PDF files in users browser via PHP/Perl

I assume you want the PDF to display in the browser, rather than forcing a download. If that is the case, try setting the Content-Disposition header with a value of inline.

Also remember that this will also be affected by browser settings - some browsers may be configured to always download PDF files or open them in a different application (e.g. Adobe Reader)

What is a NullPointerException, and how do I fix it?

Question: What causes a NullPointerException (NPE)?

As you should know, Java types are divided into primitive types (boolean, int, etc.) and reference types. Reference types in Java allow you to use the special value null which is the Java way of saying "no object".

A NullPointerException is thrown at runtime whenever your program attempts to use a null as if it was a real reference. For example, if you write this:

public class Test {
    public static void main(String[] args) {
        String foo = null;
        int length = foo.length();   // HERE
    }
}

the statement labeled "HERE" is going to attempt to run the length() method on a null reference, and this will throw a NullPointerException.

There are many ways that you could use a null value that will result in a NullPointerException. In fact, the only things that you can do with a null without causing an NPE are:

  • assign it to a reference variable or read it from a reference variable,
  • assign it to an array element or read it from an array element (provided that array reference itself is non-null!),
  • pass it as a parameter or return it as a result, or
  • test it using the == or != operators, or instanceof.

Question: How do I read the NPE stacktrace?

Suppose that I compile and run the program above:

$ javac Test.java 
$ java Test
Exception in thread "main" java.lang.NullPointerException
    at Test.main(Test.java:4)
$

First observation: the compilation succeeds! The problem in the program is NOT a compilation error. It is a runtime error. (Some IDEs may warn your program will always throw an exception ... but the standard javac compiler doesn't.)

Second observation: when I run the program, it outputs two lines of "gobbledy-gook". WRONG!! That's not gobbledy-gook. It is a stacktrace ... and it provides vital information that will help you track down the error in your code if you take the time to read it carefully.

So let's look at what it says:

Exception in thread "main" java.lang.NullPointerException

The first line of the stack trace tells you a number of things:

  • It tells you the name of the Java thread in which the exception was thrown. For a simple program with one thread (like this one), it will be "main". Let's move on ...
  • It tells you the full name of the exception that was thrown; i.e. java.lang.NullPointerException.
  • If the exception has an associated error message, that will be output after the exception name. NullPointerException is unusual in this respect, because it rarely has an error message.

The second line is the most important one in diagnosing an NPE.

at Test.main(Test.java:4)

This tells us a number of things:

  • "at Test.main" says that we were in the main method of the Test class.
  • "Test.java:4" gives the source filename of the class, AND it tells us that the statement where this occurred is in line 4 of the file.

If you count the lines in the file above, line 4 is the one that I labeled with the "HERE" comment.

Note that in a more complicated example, there will be lots of lines in the NPE stack trace. But you can be sure that the second line (the first "at" line) will tell you where the NPE was thrown1.

In short, the stack trace will tell us unambiguously which statement of the program has thrown the NPE.

See also: What is a stack trace, and how can I use it to debug my application errors?

1 - Not quite true. There are things called nested exceptions...

Question: How do I track down the cause of the NPE exception in my code?

This is the hard part. The short answer is to apply logical inference to the evidence provided by the stack trace, the source code, and the relevant API documentation.

Let's illustrate with the simple example (above) first. We start by looking at the line that the stack trace has told us is where the NPE happened:

int length = foo.length(); // HERE

How can that throw an NPE?

In fact, there is only one way: it can only happen if foo has the value null. We then try to run the length() method on null and... BANG!

But (I hear you say) what if the NPE was thrown inside the length() method call?

Well, if that happened, the stack trace would look different. The first "at" line would say that the exception was thrown in some line in the java.lang.String class and line 4 of Test.java would be the second "at" line.

So where did that null come from? In this case, it is obvious, and it is obvious what we need to do to fix it. (Assign a non-null value to foo.)

OK, so let's try a slightly more tricky example. This will require some logical deduction.

public class Test {

    private static String[] foo = new String[2];

    private static int test(String[] bar, int pos) {
        return bar[pos].length();
    }

    public static void main(String[] args) {
        int length = test(foo, 1);
    }
}

$ javac Test.java 
$ java Test
Exception in thread "main" java.lang.NullPointerException
    at Test.test(Test.java:6)
    at Test.main(Test.java:10)
$ 

So now we have two "at" lines. The first one is for this line:

return args[pos].length();

and the second one is for this line:

int length = test(foo, 1);
    

Looking at the first line, how could that throw an NPE? There are two ways:

  • If the value of bar is null then bar[pos] will throw an NPE.
  • If the value of bar[pos] is null then calling length() on it will throw an NPE.

Next, we need to figure out which of those scenarios explains what is actually happening. We will start by exploring the first one:

Where does bar come from? It is a parameter to the test method call, and if we look at how test was called, we can see that it comes from the foo static variable. In addition, we can see clearly that we initialized foo to a non-null value. That is sufficient to tentatively dismiss this explanation. (In theory, something else could change foo to null ... but that is not happening here.)

So what about our second scenario? Well, we can see that pos is 1, so that means that foo[1] must be null. Is this possible?

Indeed it is! And that is the problem. When we initialize like this:

private static String[] foo = new String[2];

we allocate a String[] with two elements that are initialized to null. After that, we have not changed the contents of foo ... so foo[1] will still be null.

What about on Android?

On Android, tracking down the immediate cause of an NPE is a bit simpler. The exception message will typically tell you the (compile time) type of the null reference you are using and the method you were attempting to call when the NPE was thrown. This simplifies the process of pinpointing the immediate cause.

But on the flipside, Android has some common platform-specific causes for NPEs. A very common is when getViewById unexpectedly returns a null. My advice would be to search for Q&As about the cause of the unexpected null return value.

How does one make random number between range for arc4random_uniform()?

Quite a few good answers, but I just wanted to share my personal favourite Swift random number generation function for positive integers:

Swift 2

func randomNumber(range: Range<Int> = 1...6) -> Int {
    let min = range.startIndex
    let max = range.endIndex
    return Int(arc4random_uniform(UInt32(max - min))) + min
}

Swift 3

Here's a quick update for Swift 3 and, as a bonus, it now works for any value type that conforms to the SignedInteger protocol - much more convenient for core data applications that need to specify Int16, Int32 etc. As a quick note, if you really need it to work on unsigned integers as well, just copy the entire function then replace SignedInteger with UnsignedInteger and toIntMax() with toUIntMax().

func randomNumber<T : SignedInteger>(inRange range: ClosedRange<T> = 1...6) -> T {
    let length = (range.upperBound - range.lowerBound + 1).toIntMax()
    let value = arc4random().toIntMax() % length + range.lowerBound.toIntMax()
    return T(value)
}

Swift 4

Thanks to the removal of toIntMax() in Swift 4, we now have to use a different means of converting to a common integer type. In this example I'm using Int64 which is large enough for my purposes, but if you're using unsigned integers or have an Int128 or Int256 custom type you should use those.

public func randomNumber<T : SignedInteger>(inRange range: ClosedRange<T> = 1...6) -> T {
    let length = Int64(range.upperBound - range.lowerBound + 1)
    let value = Int64(arc4random()) % length + Int64(range.lowerBound)
    return T(value)
}

One more, for the total random-phile, here's an extension that returns a random element from any Collection type object. Note this uses the above function to generate its index so you will need both.

extension Collection {
    func randomItem() -> Self.Iterator.Element {
        let count = distance(from: startIndex, to: endIndex)
        let roll = randomNumber(inRange: 0...count-1)
        return self[index(startIndex, offsetBy: roll)]
    }
}

Usage

randomNumber()

returns a random number between 1 and 6.

randomNumber(50...100)

returns a number between 50 and 100 inclusive. Naturally you can replace the values of 50 and 100 with whatever you like.

Swift 4.2

Alas, my best StackOverflow answer has been rendered obsolete at last. You can now use simply Int.random(in: 1 ... 6) to generate a random number in a given range. Also works for other forms of integer and floating point number. Collection types also now provide shuffle() and randomElement() functions. There is therefore no longer any need for fancy randomisation functions unless you want to use a specific randomiser type.

Android Drawing Separator/Divider Line in Layout?

Easiest Way:

Vertical divider :

<View style="@style/Divider.Vertical"/>

Vertical divider view

Horizontal divider :

<View style="@style/Divider.Horizontal"/>

Horizontal divider view

That's all yes!

Just put this in res>values>styles.xml

<style name="Divider">
    <item name="android:background">?android:attr/listDivider</item> //you can give your color here. that will change all divider color in your app.
</style>

<style name="Divider.Horizontal" parent="Divider">
    <item name="android:layout_width">match_parent</item>
    <item name="android:layout_height">1dp</item> // You can change thickness here.

</style>

<style name="Divider.Vertical" parent="Divider">
    <item name="android:layout_width">1dp</item>
    <item name="android:layout_height">match_parent</item>
</style>

How do I get the path to the current script with Node.js?

index.js within any folder containing modules to export

const entries = {};
for (const aFile of require('fs').readdirSync(__dirname, { withFileTypes: true }).filter(ent => ent.isFile() && ent.name !== 'index.js')) {
  const [ name, suffix ] = aFile.name.split('.');
  entries[name] = require(`./${aFile.name}`);
}

module.exports = entries;

This will find all files in the root of the current directory, require and export every file present with the same export name as the filename stem.

Count number of rows by group using dplyr

Another option, not necesarily more elegant, but does not require to refer to a specific column:

mtcars %>% 
  group_by(cyl, gear) %>%
  do(data.frame(nrow=nrow(.)))

Getting Current date, time , day in laravel

You have a couple of helpers.

The helper now() https://laravel.com/docs/7.x/helpers#method-now

The helper now() has an optional argument, the timezone. So you can use now:

now();

or

now("Europe/Rome");

In the same way you could use the helper today() https://laravel.com/docs/7.x/helpers#method-today. This is the "same thing" of now() but with no hours, minutes, seconds.

At the end, under the hood they use Carbon as well.

PHP How to fix Notice: Undefined variable:

It looks like you don't have any records that match your query, so you'd want to return an empty array (or null or something) if the number of rows == 0.

How to dump a table to console?

The table.tostring metehod of metalua is actually very complete. It deals with nested tables, the indentation level is changeable, ... See https://github.com/fab13n/metalua/blob/master/src/lib/metalua/table2.lua

What does request.getParameter return?

Per the Javadoc:

Returns the value of a request parameter as a String, or null if the parameter does not exist.

Do note that it is possible to submit an empty parameter - such that the parameter exists, but has no value. For example, I could include &log=&somethingElse into the URL to enable logging, without needing to specify &log=true. In this case, the value will be an empty String ("").

Git keeps asking me for my ssh key passphrase

I had a similar issue, but the other answers didn't fix my problem. I thought I'd go ahead and post this just in case someone else has a screwy setup like me.

It turns out I had multiple keys and Git was using the wrong one first. It would prompt me for my passphrase, and I would enter it, then Git would use a different key that would work (that I didn't need to enter the passphrase on).

I just deleted the key that it was using to prompt me for a passphrase and now it works!

Singleton design pattern vs Singleton beans in Spring container

All the answers, so far at least, concentrate on explaining the difference between the design pattern and Spring singleton and do not address your actual question: Should a Singleton design pattern be used or a Spring singleton bean? what is better?

Before I answer let me just state that you can do both. You can implement the bean as a Singleton design pattern and use Spring to inject it into the client classes as a Spring singleton bean.

Now, the answer to the question is simple: Do not use the Singleton design pattern!
Use Spring's singleton bean implemented as a class with public constructor.
Why? Because the Singleton design pattern is considered an anti-pattern. Mostly because it complicates testing. (And if you don't use Spring to inject it then all classes that use the singleton are now tightly bound to it), and you can't replace or extend it. One can google "Singleton anti-pattern" to get more info on this, e.g. Singleton anti-pattern

Using Spring singleton is the way to go (with a the singleton bean implemented NOT as a Singleton design pattern, but rather with a public constructor) so that the Spring singleton bean can easily be tested and classes that use it are not tightly coupled to it, but rather, Spring injects the singleton (as an interface) into all the beans that need it, and the singleton bean can be replaced any time with another implementation without affecting the client classes that use it.

How to turn off Wifi via ADB?

Using "svc" through ADB (rooted required):

Enable:

adb shell su -c 'svc wifi enable'

Disable:

adb shell su -c 'svc wifi disable'

Using Key Events through ADB:

adb shell am start -a android.intent.action.MAIN -n com.android.settings/.wifi.WifiSettings
adb shell input keyevent 20 & adb shell input keyevent 23

The first line launch "wifi.WifiSettings" activity which open the WiFi Settings page. The second line simulate key presses.

I tested those two lines on a Droid X. But Key Events above probably need to edit in other devices because of different Settings layout.

More info about "keyevents" here.

How to open a different activity on recyclerView item onclick

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Change app language programmatically in Android

Take note that this solution using updateConfiguration will not be working anymore with the Android M release coming in a few weeks. The new way to do this is now using the applyOverrideConfigurationmethod from ContextThemeWrapper see API doc

You can find my full solution here since I faced the problem myself: https://stackoverflow.com/a/31787201/2776572

Determining type of an object in ruby

I would say "Yes". As "Matz" had said something like this in one of his talks, "Ruby objects have no types." Not all of it but the part that he is trying to get across to us. Why would anyone have said "Everything is an Object" then? To add he said "Data has Types not objects".

So we might enjoy this.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1l3U1X3z0CE

But Ruby doesn't care to much about the type of object just the class. We use classes not types. All data then has a class.

12345.class

'my string'.class

They may also have ancestors

Object.ancestors

They also have meta classes but I'll save you the details on that.

Once you know the class then you'll be able to lookup what methods you may use for it. That's where the "data type" is needed. If you really want to get into details the look up...

"The Ruby Object Model"

This is the term used for how Ruby handles objects. It's all internal so you don't really see much of this but it's nice to know. But that's another topic.

Yes! The class is the data type. Objects have classes and data has types. So if you know about data bases then you know there are only a finite set of types.

text blocks numbers

How to group pandas DataFrame entries by date in a non-unique column

This might be easier to explain with a sample dataset.

Create Sample Data

Let's assume we have a single column of Timestamps, date and another column we would like to perform an aggregation on, a.

df = pd.DataFrame({'date':pd.DatetimeIndex(['2012-1-1', '2012-6-1', '2015-1-1', '2015-2-1', '2015-3-1']),
                   'a':[9,5,1,2,3]}, columns=['date', 'a'])

df

        date  a
0 2012-01-01  9
1 2012-06-01  5
2 2015-01-01  1
3 2015-02-01  2
4 2015-03-01  3

There are several ways to group by year

  • Use the dt accessor with year property
  • Put date in index and use anonymous function to access year
  • Use resample method
  • Convert to pandas Period

.dt accessor with year property

When you have a column (and not an index) of pandas Timestamps, you can access many more extra properties and methods with the dt accessor. For instance:

df['date'].dt.year

0    2012
1    2012
2    2015
3    2015
4    2015
Name: date, dtype: int64

We can use this to form our groups and calculate some aggregations on a particular column:

df.groupby(df['date'].dt.year)['a'].agg(['sum', 'mean', 'max'])

      sum  mean  max
date                
2012   14     7    9
2015    6     2    3

put date in index and use anonymous function to access year

If you set the date column as the index, it becomes a DateTimeIndex with the same properties and methods as the dt accessor gives normal columns

df1 = df.set_index('date')
df1.index.year

Int64Index([2012, 2012, 2015, 2015, 2015], dtype='int64', name='date')

Interestingly, when using the groupby method, you can pass it a function. This function will be implicitly passed the DataFrame's index. So, we can get the same result from above with the following:

df1.groupby(lambda x: x.year)['a'].agg(['sum', 'mean', 'max'])

      sum  mean  max
2012   14     7    9
2015    6     2    3

Use the resample method

If your date column is not in the index, you must specify the column with the on parameter. You also need to specify the offset alias as a string.

df.resample('AS', on='date')['a'].agg(['sum', 'mean', 'max'])

             sum  mean  max
date                       
2012-01-01  14.0   7.0  9.0
2013-01-01   NaN   NaN  NaN
2014-01-01   NaN   NaN  NaN
2015-01-01   6.0   2.0  3.0

Convert to pandas Period

You can also convert the date column to a pandas Period object. We must pass in the offset alias as a string to determine the length of the Period.

df['date'].dt.to_period('A')

0   2012
1   2012
2   2015
3   2015
4   2015
Name: date, dtype: object

We can then use this as a group

df.groupby(df['date'].dt.to_period('Y'))['a'].agg(['sum', 'mean', 'max'])


      sum  mean  max
2012   14     7    9
2015    6     2    3

How to group by month from Date field using sql

Use the DATEPART function to extract the month from the date.

So you would do something like this:

SELECT DATEPART(month, Closing_Date) AS Closing_Month, COUNT(Status) AS TotalCount
FROM t
GROUP BY DATEPART(month, Closing_Date)

Maven Error: Could not find or load main class

For me the problem was nothing to do with Maven but to do with how I was running the .jar. I wrote some code and packaged it as a .jar with Maven. I ran it with

java target/gs-maven-0.1.0.jar

and got the error in the OP. Actually you need the -jar option:

java -jar target/gs-maven-0.1.0.jar

Fatal error: Call to a member function query() on null

First, you declared $db outside the function. If you want to use it inside the function, you should put this at the begining of your function code:

global $db;

And I guess, when you wrote:

if($result->num_rows){
        return (mysqli_result($query, 0) == 1) ? true : false;

what you really wanted was:

if ($result->num_rows==1) { return true; } else { return false; }

Why does pycharm propose to change method to static

I agree with the answers given here (method does not use self and therefore could be decorated with @staticmethod).

I'd like to add that you maybe want to move the method to a top-level function instead of a static method inside a class. For details see this question and the accepted answer: python - should I use static methods or top-level functions

Moving the method to a top-level function will fix the PyCharm warning, too.

Scroll to bottom of div with Vue.js

Here is a simple example using #ref to scroll to the bottom of a div.

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Notice that by putting ref='messageDisplay' in the HTML, you have access to the element through vueContent.$refs.messageDisplay

jQuery override default validation error message display (Css) Popup/Tooltip like

Unfortunately I can't comment with my newbie reputation, but I have a solution for the issue of the screen going blank, or at least this is what worked for me. Instead of setting the wrapper class inside of the errorPlacement function, set it immediately when you're setting the wrapper type.

$('#myForm').validate({
    errorElement: "div",
    wrapper: "div class=\"message\"",
    errorPlacement: function(error, element) {
        offset = element.offset();
        error.insertBefore(element);
        //error.addClass('message');  // add a class to the wrapper
        error.css('position', 'absolute');
        error.css('left', offset.left + element.outerWidth() + 5);
        error.css('top', offset.top - 3);
    }

});

I'm assuming doing it this way allows the validator to know which div elements to remove, instead of all of them. Worked for me but I'm not entirely sure why, so if someone could elaborate that might help others out a ton.

Sql Server equivalent of a COUNTIF aggregate function

You could use a SUM (not COUNT!) combined with a CASE statement, like this:

SELECT SUM(CASE WHEN myColumn=1 THEN 1 ELSE 0 END)
FROM AD_CurrentView

Note: in my own test NULLs were not an issue, though this can be environment dependent. You could handle nulls such as:

SELECT SUM(CASE WHEN ISNULL(myColumn,0)=1 THEN 1 ELSE 0 END)
FROM AD_CurrentView

How to mount a single file in a volume

The way that worked for me is to use a bind mount

  version: "3.7"    
  services:
  app:
    image: app:latest
    volumes:
      - type: bind
        source: ./sourceFile.yaml
        target: /location/targetFile.yaml

Thanks mike breed for the answer over at: Mount single file from volume using docker-compose

You need to use the "long syntax" to express a bind mount using the volumes key: https://docs.docker.com/compose/compose-file/#long-syntax-3

Select columns based on string match - dplyr::select

No need to use select just use [ instead

data[,grepl("search_string", colnames(data))]

Let's try with iris dataset

>iris[,grepl("Sepal", colnames(iris))]
  Sepal.Length Sepal.Width
1          5.1         3.5
2          4.9         3.0
3          4.7         3.2
4          4.6         3.1
5          5.0         3.6
6          5.4         3.9

How to auto-indent code in the Atom editor?

This is the best help that I found:

https://atom.io/packages/atom-beautify

This package can be installed in Atom and then CTRL+ALT+B solve the problem.

How do I disable "missing docstring" warnings at a file-level in Pylint?

Edit file "C:\Users\Your User\AppData\Roaming\Code\User\settings.json" and add these python.linting.pylintArgs lines at the end as shown below:

{
    "team.showWelcomeMessage": false,
    "python.dataScience.sendSelectionToInteractiveWindow": true,
    "git.enableSmartCommit": true,
    "powershell.codeFormatting.useCorrectCasing": true,
    "files.autoSave": "onWindowChange",
    "python.linting.pylintArgs": [
        "--load-plugins=pylint_django",
        "--errors-only"
    ],
}

search in java ArrayList

In Java 8:

Customer findCustomerByid(int id) {
    return this.customers.stream()
        .filter(customer -> customer.getId().equals(id))
        .findFirst().get();
}

It might also be better to change the return type to Optional<Customer>.

Compiling an application for use in highly radioactive environments

Here are some thoughts and ideas:

Use ROM more creatively.

Store anything you can in ROM. Instead of calculating things, store look-up tables in ROM. (Make sure your compiler is outputting your look-up tables to the read-only section! Print out memory addresses at runtime to check!) Store your interrupt vector table in ROM. Of course, run some tests to see how reliable your ROM is compared to your RAM.

Use your best RAM for the stack.

SEUs in the stack are probably the most likely source of crashes, because it is where things like index variables, status variables, return addresses, and pointers of various sorts typically live.

Implement timer-tick and watchdog timer routines.

You can run a "sanity check" routine every timer tick, as well as a watchdog routine to handle the system locking up. Your main code could also periodically increment a counter to indicate progress, and the sanity-check routine could ensure this has occurred.

Implement error-correcting-codes in software.

You can add redundancy to your data to be able to detect and/or correct errors. This will add processing time, potentially leaving the processor exposed to radiation for a longer time, thus increasing the chance of errors, so you must consider the trade-off.

Remember the caches.

Check the sizes of your CPU caches. Data that you have accessed or modified recently will probably be within a cache. I believe you can disable at least some of the caches (at a big performance cost); you should try this to see how susceptible the caches are to SEUs. If the caches are hardier than RAM then you could regularly read and re-write critical data to make sure it stays in cache and bring RAM back into line.

Use page-fault handlers cleverly.

If you mark a memory page as not-present, the CPU will issue a page fault when you try to access it. You can create a page-fault handler that does some checking before servicing the read request. (PC operating systems use this to transparently load pages that have been swapped to disk.)

Use assembly language for critical things (which could be everything).

With assembly language, you know what is in registers and what is in RAM; you know what special RAM tables the CPU is using, and you can design things in a roundabout way to keep your risk down.

Use objdump to actually look at the generated assembly language, and work out how much code each of your routines takes up.

If you are using a big OS like Linux then you are asking for trouble; there is just so much complexity and so many things to go wrong.

Remember it is a game of probabilities.

A commenter said

Every routine you write to catch errors will be subject to failing itself from the same cause.

While this is true, the chances of errors in the (say) 100 bytes of code and data required for a check routine to function correctly is much smaller than the chance of errors elsewhere. If your ROM is pretty reliable and almost all the code/data is actually in ROM then your odds are even better.

Use redundant hardware.

Use 2 or more identical hardware setups with identical code. If the results differ, a reset should be triggered. With 3 or more devices you can use a "voting" system to try to identify which one has been compromised.

Await operator can only be used within an Async method

You can only use await in an async method, and Main cannot be async.

You'll have to use your own async-compatible context, call Wait on the returned Task in the Main method, or just ignore the returned Task and just block on the call to Read. Note that Wait will wrap any exceptions in an AggregateException.

If you want a good intro, see my async/await intro post.

How can I add a column that doesn't allow nulls in a Postgresql database?

Or, create a new table as temp with the extra column, copy the data to this new table while manipulating it as necessary to fill the non-nullable new column, and then swap the table via a two-step name change.

Yes, it is more complicated, but you may need to do it this way if you don't want a big UPDATE on a live table.

Removing whitespace between HTML elements when using line breaks

Semantically speaking, wouldn't it be best to use an ordered or unordered list and then style it appropriately using CSS?

<ul id="[UL_ID]">
    <li><img src="[image1_url]" alt="img1" /></li>
    <li><img src="[image2_url]" alt="img2" /></li>
    <li><img src="[image3_url]" alt="img3" /></li>
    <li><img src="[image4_url]" alt="img4" /></li>
    <li><img src="[image5_url]" alt="img5" /></li>
    <li><img src="[image6_url]" alt="img6" /></li>
</ul>

Using CSS, you'll be able to style this whatever way you want and remove the whitespace imbetween the books.

Import CSV into SQL Server (including automatic table creation)

SQL Server Management Studio provides an Import/Export wizard tool which have an option to automatically create tables.

You can access it by right clicking on the Database in Object Explorer and selecting Tasks->Import Data...

From there wizard should be self-explanatory and easy to navigate. You choose your CSV as source, desired destination, configure columns and run the package.

If you need detailed guidance, there are plenty of guides online, here is a nice one: http://www.mssqltips.com/sqlservertutorial/203/simple-way-to-import-data-into-sql-server/

Xcode/Simulator: How to run older iOS version?

I was searching for how to do this on a much newer version of xcode than the original question and while the answers here got me where I needed to go, they aren't quite accurate for location anymore. Xcode 11.3.1, you need to go into Preferences -> Components, then select the desired Simulators. You can also select tvOS and watchOS similators from the same window.

Components preference window from Xcode 11.3.1

How do I get the information from a meta tag with JavaScript?

<html>
<head>
<meta property="video" content="http://video.com/video33353.mp4" />
<meta name="video" content="http://video.com/video33353.mp4" />
</head>
<body>

<script>
var meta = document.getElementsByTagName("meta");
    size = meta.length;

for(var i=0; i<size; i++) {
    if (meta[i].getAttribute("property") === "video") {
        alert(meta[i].getAttribute("content"));
    }
}
meta = document.getElementsByTagName("meta")["video"].getAttribute("content");
alert(meta);
</script>
</body>
</html>

Demo

Difference between a user and a schema in Oracle?

It's very simple.

If USER has OBJECTS
then call it SCHEMA
else
     call it USER
end if;

A user may be given access to schema objects owned by different Users.

html table span entire width?

There might be a margin style that your table is inheriting. Try setting the margin of the table to 0:

<table border="1" width="100%" ID="Table2" style="margin: 0px;">
<tr>
  <td>100</td>
</tr>
</table>

MySQL query to get column names?

if you only need the field names and types (perhaps for easy copy-pasting into Excel):

SELECT COLUMN_NAME, DATA_TYPE
FROM INFORMATION_SCHEMA.COLUMNS
WHERE TABLE_SCHEMA='databasenamegoeshere'
AND DATA_TYPE='decimal' and TABLE_NAME = 'tablenamegoeshere'

remove

DATA_TYPE='decimal'

if you want all data types

How are "mvn clean package" and "mvn clean install" different?

package will generate Jar/war as per POM file. install will install generated jar file to the local repository for other dependencies if any.

install phase comes after package phase

Comparing two integer arrays in Java

use
Arrays.equals(ary1,ary2); // returns boolean value

EDIT
you can use Arrays.deepEquals(ary1,ary2) to compare 2D arrays as well

also check this link for comparision comparision between Arrays.equls(ar1,ar2) and Arrays.deepEquals(ar1,ar2)

Java Arrays.equals() returns false for two dimensional arrays

EDIT 2
if you dont want to use these library methods then you can easily implement your method like this:

public static boolean ArrayCompare(int[] a, int[] a2) {
    if (a==a2)   // checks for same array reference
        return true;
    if (a==null || a2==null)  // checks for null arrays
        return false;

    int length = a.length;
    if (a2.length != length)  // arrays should be of equal length
        return false;

    for (int i=0; i<length; i++)  // compare array values
        if (a[i] != a2[i])
            return false;

    return true;
}

How to get GMT date in yyyy-mm-dd hh:mm:ss in PHP

You had selected the time format wrong

<?php 
date_default_timezone_set('GMT');

echo date("Y-m-d,h:m:s");
?>

can't access mysql from command line mac

On OSX 10.11, you can sudo nano /etc/paths and add the path(s) you want here, one per line. Way simpler than figuring which of ~/.bashrc, /etc/profile, '~/.bash_profile` etc... you should add to. Besides, why export and append $PATH to itself when you can just go and modify PATH directly...?

How to add Tomcat Server in eclipse

Most of the time when we download tomcat and extract the file a folder will be created:

C:\Program Files\apache-tomcat-9.0.1-windows-x64

Inside that actual tomcat folder will be there:

C:\Program Files\apache-tomcat-9.0.1-windows-x64\apache-tomcat-9.0.1

so while selecting you need to select inner folder:

C:\Program Files\apache-tomcat-9.0.1-windows-x64\apache-tomcat-9.0.1

instead of the outer.

How to use refs in React with Typescript

EDIT: This is no longer the right way to use refs with Typescript. Look at Jeff Bowen's answer and upvote it to increase its visibility.

Found the answer to the problem. Use refs as below inside the class.

refs: {
    [key: string]: (Element);
    stepInput: (HTMLInputElement);
}

Thanks @basarat for pointing in the right direction.

Efficient way to Handle ResultSet in Java

A couple of things to enhance the other answers. First, you should never return a HashMap, which is a specific implementation. Return instead a plain old java.util.Map. But that's actually not right for this example, anyway. Your code only returns the last row of the ResultSet as a (Hash)Map. You instead want to return a List<Map<String,Object>>. Think about how you should modify your code to do that. (Or you could take Dave Newton's suggestion).

in_array multiple values

if(in_array('foo',$arg) && in_array('bar',$arg)){
    //both of them are in $arg
}

if(in_array('foo',$arg) || in_array('bar',$arg)){
    //at least one of them are in $arg
}

"Cloning" row or column vectors

To answer the actual question, now that nearly a dozen approaches to working around a solution have been posted: x.transpose reverses the shape of x. One of the interesting side-effects is that if x.ndim == 1, the transpose does nothing.

This is especially confusing for people coming from MATLAB, where all arrays implicitly have at least two dimensions. The correct way to transpose a 1D numpy array is not x.transpose() or x.T, but rather

x[:, None]

or

x.reshape(-1, 1)

From here, you can multiply by a matrix of ones, or use any of the other suggested approaches, as long as you respect the (subtle) differences between MATLAB and numpy.

Can I write native iPhone apps using Python?

2019 Update:

While Python-iOS development is relatively immature and likely will prevent (afaik) your app from having native UI and functionality that could be achieved in an Apple-supported development language, Apple now seems to allow embedding Python interpreters in Native Swift/Obj-C apps.

This supports importing Python libraries and running Python scripts (even with supplied command-line arguments) directly from your Native Swift/Obj-C code.

My company is actually wrapping our infrastructure (originally written in Python) in a native iOS application! It works very well and communication between the parts can be easily achieved via a client-server model.

Here is a nice library by Beeware with a cookiecutter template if you want to try and run Python scripts in your iOS app: https://github.com/beeware/Python-Apple-support/tree/3.6.

Unable to open debugger port in IntelliJ IDEA

In my case, there was a problem in server.xml for Tomcat/conf folder where I had extra comment tags under another comment tag. So I think, since there was some problem in server.xml, it was not able to start Tomcat. And moreover it copies the tomcat folder from your installation directory to C:\Users\username.IntelliJIdea2017.2\system\tomcat\Tomcat_service

How to start rails server?

Rails version < 2
From project root run:

./script/server

javascript filter array of objects

You could utilize jQuery.filter() function to return elements from a subset of the matching elements.

_x000D_
_x000D_
var names = [_x000D_
    { name : "Joe", age:20, email: "[email protected]"},_x000D_
    { name : "Mike", age:50, email: "[email protected]"},_x000D_
    { name : "Joe", age:45, email: "[email protected]"}_x000D_
   ];_x000D_
   _x000D_
   _x000D_
var filteredNames = $(names).filter(function( idx ) {_x000D_
    return names[idx].name === "Joe" && names[idx].age < 30;_x000D_
}); _x000D_
_x000D_
$(filteredNames).each(function(){_x000D_
     $('#output').append(this.name);_x000D_
});
_x000D_
<script src="https://ajax.googleapis.com/ajax/libs/jquery/2.1.1/jquery.min.js"></script>_x000D_
_x000D_
<div id="output"/>
_x000D_
_x000D_
_x000D_

How to convert php array to utf8?

array_walk(
    $myArray,
    function (&$entry) {
        $entry = iconv('Windows-1250', 'UTF-8', $entry);
    }
);

how to add picasso library in android studio

easiest way to add dependence

hope this help you or Ctrl + Alt + Shift + S => select Dependencies tab and find what you need ( see my image)

How to embed PDF file with responsive width

<object data="resume.pdf" type="application/pdf" width="100%" height="800px"> 
   <p>It appears you don't have a PDF plugin for this browser.
       No biggie... you can <a href="resume.pdf">click here to
       download the PDF file.</a>
  </p>  
</object>

UIGestureRecognizer on UIImageView

I just done this with swift4 by adding 3 gestures together in single view

  1. UIPinchGestureRecognizer : Zoom in and zoom out view.
  2. UIRotationGestureRecognizer : Rotate the view.
  3. UIPanGestureRecognizer : Dragging the view.

Here my sample code

class ViewController: UIViewController: UIGestureRecognizerDelegate{
      //your image view that outlet from storyboard or xibs file.
     @IBOutlet weak var imgView: UIImageView!
     // declare gesture recognizer
     var panRecognizer: UIPanGestureRecognizer?
     var pinchRecognizer: UIPinchGestureRecognizer?
     var rotateRecognizer: UIRotationGestureRecognizer?

     override func viewDidLoad() {
          super.viewDidLoad()
          // Create gesture with target self(viewcontroller) and handler function.  
          self.panRecognizer = UIPanGestureRecognizer(target: self, action: #selector(self.handlePan(recognizer:)))
          self.pinchRecognizer = UIPinchGestureRecognizer(target: self, action: #selector(self.handlePinch(recognizer:)))
          self.rotateRecognizer = UIRotationGestureRecognizer(target: self, action: #selector(self.handleRotate(recognizer:)))
          //delegate gesture with UIGestureRecognizerDelegate
          pinchRecognizer?.delegate = self
          rotateRecognizer?.delegate = self
          panRecognizer?.delegate = self
          // than add gesture to imgView
          self.imgView.addGestureRecognizer(panRecognizer!)
          self.imgView.addGestureRecognizer(pinchRecognizer!)
          self.imgView.addGestureRecognizer(rotateRecognizer!)
     }

     // handle UIPanGestureRecognizer 
     @objc func handlePan(recognizer: UIPanGestureRecognizer) {    
          let gview = recognizer.view
          if recognizer.state == .began || recognizer.state == .changed {
               let translation = recognizer.translation(in: gview?.superview)
               gview?.center = CGPoint(x: (gview?.center.x)! + translation.x, y: (gview?.center.y)! + translation.y)
               recognizer.setTranslation(CGPoint.zero, in: gview?.superview)
          }
     }

     // handle UIPinchGestureRecognizer 
     @objc func handlePinch(recognizer: UIPinchGestureRecognizer) {
          if recognizer.state == .began || recognizer.state == .changed {
               recognizer.view?.transform = (recognizer.view?.transform.scaledBy(x: recognizer.scale, y: recognizer.scale))!
               recognizer.scale = 1.0
         }
     }   

     // handle UIRotationGestureRecognizer 
     @objc func handleRotate(recognizer: UIRotationGestureRecognizer) {
          if recognizer.state == .began || recognizer.state == .changed {
               recognizer.view?.transform = (recognizer.view?.transform.rotated(by: recognizer.rotation))!
               recognizer.rotation = 0.0
           }
     }

     // mark sure you override this function to make gestures work together 
     func gestureRecognizer(_ gestureRecognizer: UIGestureRecognizer, shouldRecognizeSimultaneouslyWith otherGestureRecognizer: UIGestureRecognizer) -> Bool {
         return true
     }

}

Any question, just type to comment. thank you

How to track untracked content?

This question has been answered already, but thought I'd add to the mix what I found out when I got these messages.

I have a repo called playground that contains a number of sandbox apps. I added two new apps from a tutorial to the playground directory by cloning the tutorial's repo. The result was that the new apps' git stuff pointed to the tutorial's repo and not to my repo. The solution was to delete the .git directory from each of those apps' directories, mv the apps' directories outside the playground directory, and then mv them back and run git add .. After that it worked.

Change the column label? e.g.: change column "A" to column "Name"

I would like to present another answer to this as the currently accepted answer doesn't work for me (I use LibreOffice). This solution should work in Excel, LibreOffice and OpenOffice:

First, insert a new row at the beginning of the sheet. Within that row, define the names you need: new row

Then, in the menu bar, go to View -> Freeze Cells -> Freeze First Row. It'll look like this now: new top row

Now whenever you scroll down in the document, the first row will be "pinned" to the top: new behaviour

Why use Gradle instead of Ant or Maven?

This may be a bit controversial, but Gradle doesn't hide the fact that it's a fully-fledged programming language.

Ant + ant-contrib is essentially a turing complete programming language that no one really wants to program in.

Maven tries to take the opposite approach of trying to be completely declarative and forcing you to write and compile a plugin if you need logic. It also imposes a project model that is completely inflexible. Gradle combines the best of all these tools:

  • It follows convention-over-configuration (ala Maven) but only to the extent you want it
  • It lets you write flexible custom tasks like in Ant
  • It provides multi-module project support that is superior to both Ant and Maven
  • It has a DSL that makes the 80% things easy and the 20% things possible (unlike other build tools that make the 80% easy, 10% possible and 10% effectively impossible).

Gradle is the most configurable and flexible build tool I have yet to use. It requires some investment up front to learn the DSL and concepts like configurations but if you need a no-nonsense and completely configurable JVM build tool it's hard to beat.

What is the height of iPhone's onscreen keyboard?

I created this table which contains both the heights of iPhone and iPad keyboards, both for landscape and portrait mode, both with the toolbar on and off.

I even explained how you can use these dimensions in your code here.

Note that you should only use these dimensions if you need to know the keyboard's dimension before you layout the view. Otherwise the solutions from the other answers work better.

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How do servlets work? Instantiation, sessions, shared variables and multithreading

No. Servlets are not Thread safe

This is allows accessing more than one threads at a time

if u want to make it Servlet as Thread safe ., U can go for

Implement SingleThreadInterface(i) which is a blank Interface there is no

methods

or we can go for synchronize methods

we can make whole service method as synchronized by using synchronized

keyword in front of method

Example::

public Synchronized class service(ServletRequest request,ServletResponse response)throws ServletException,IOException

or we can the put block of the code in the Synchronized block

Example::

Synchronized(Object)

{

----Instructions-----

}

I feel that Synchronized block is better than making the whole method

Synchronized

Now() function with time trim

Paste this function in your Module and use it as like formula

Public Function format_date(t As String)
    format_date = Format(t, "YYYY-MM-DD")
End Function

for example in Cell A1 apply this formula

=format_date(now())

it will return in YYYY-MM-DD format. Change any format (year month date) as your wish.

Angular 2 Dropdown Options Default Value

<select class="form-control" name='someting' [ngModel]="selectedWorkout" (ngModelChange)="updateWorkout($event)">
    <option value="{{workout.name}}" *ngFor="#workout of workouts">{{workout.name}}</option>
</select>

If you are using form there should be name field inside select tag.

All you need to do is just add value to the option tag.

selectedWorkout value should be "back" , and its done.

Nginx no-www to www and www to no-www

if ($host ~* ^www.example.com$) {
    return 301 $scheme://example.com$request_uri;
}

How to use Python's "easy_install" on Windows ... it's not so easy

If you are using Anaconda's Python distribution,

you can install it through pip

pip install setuptools

and then execute it as a module

python -m easy_install

Convert wchar_t to char

In general, no. int(wchar_t(255)) == int(char(255)) of course, but that just means they have the same int value. They may not represent the same characters.

You would see such a discrepancy in the majority of Windows PCs, even. For instance, on Windows Code page 1250, char(0xFF) is the same character as wchar_t(0x02D9) (dot above), not wchar_t(0x00FF) (small y with diaeresis).

Note that it does not even hold for the ASCII range, as C++ doesn't even require ASCII. On IBM systems in particular you may see that 'A' != 65

Concatenating variables in Bash

Try doing this, there's no special character to concatenate in bash :

mystring="${arg1}12${arg2}endoffile"

explanations

If you don't put brackets, you will ask to concatenate $arg112 + $argendoffile (I guess that's not what you asked) like in the following example :

mystring="$arg112$arg2endoffile"

The brackets are delimiters for the variables when needed. When not needed, you can use it or not.

another solution

(less portable : require bash > 3.1)

$ arg1=foo
$ arg2=bar
$ mystring="$arg1"
$ mystring+="12"
$ mystring+="$arg2"
$ mystring+="endoffile"
$ echo "$mystring"
foo12barendoffile

See http://mywiki.wooledge.org/BashFAQ/013

Why is &#65279; appearing in my HTML?

Here's my 2 cents: I had the same problem and I tried using Notepad++ to convert to UTF-8 no BOM, and also the old "copy to MS notepad then back again" trick, all to no avail. My problem was solved by making sure all files (and 'included' files) were the same file system; I had some files that were Windows format and some that had been copied off a remote Linux server, so were in UNIX format.

Return list from async/await method

You need to correct your code to wait for the list to be downloaded:

List<Item> list = await GetListAsync();

Also, make sure that the method, where this code is located, has async modifier.

The reason why you get this error is that GetListAsync method returns a Task<T> which is not a completed result. As your list is downloaded asynchronously (because of Task.Run()) you need to "extract" the value from the task using the await keyword.

If you remove Task.Run(), you list will be downloaded synchronously and you don't need to use Task, async or await.

One more suggestion: you don't need to await in GetListAsync method if the only thing you do is just delegating the operation to a different thread, so you can shorten your code to the following:

private Task<List<Item>> GetListAsync(){
    return Task.Run(() => manager.GetList());
}

Are there any disadvantages to always using nvarchar(MAX)?

legacy system support. If you have a system that is using the data and it is expected to be a certain length then the database is a good place to enforce the length. This is not ideal but legacy systems are sometime not ideal. =P

Python Pandas - Find difference between two data frames

By using drop_duplicates

pd.concat([df1,df2]).drop_duplicates(keep=False)

Update :

Above method only working for those dataframes they do not have duplicate itself, For example

df1=pd.DataFrame({'A':[1,2,3,3],'B':[2,3,4,4]})
df2=pd.DataFrame({'A':[1],'B':[2]})

It will output like below , which is wrong

Wrong Output :

pd.concat([df1, df2]).drop_duplicates(keep=False)
Out[655]: 
   A  B
1  2  3

Correct Output

Out[656]: 
   A  B
1  2  3
2  3  4
3  3  4

How to achieve that?

Method 1: Using isin with tuple

df1[~df1.apply(tuple,1).isin(df2.apply(tuple,1))]
Out[657]: 
   A  B
1  2  3
2  3  4
3  3  4

Method 2: merge with indicator

df1.merge(df2,indicator = True, how='left').loc[lambda x : x['_merge']!='both']
Out[421]: 
   A  B     _merge
1  2  3  left_only
2  3  4  left_only
3  3  4  left_only

How to remove "Server name" items from history of SQL Server Management Studio

For SQL Server 2012 Management Studio, this file has moved. It is now located at:

C:\Users\<username>\AppData\Roaming\Microsoft\
    SQL Server Management Studio\11.0\SqlStudio.bin

How to convert int[] to Integer[] in Java?

Convert int[] to Integer[]:

    import java.util.Arrays;
    ...

    int[] aint = {1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8,9,10};
    Integer[] aInt = new Integer[aint.length];

    Arrays.setAll(aInt, i -> aint[i]);

docker run <IMAGE> <MULTIPLE COMMANDS>

If you want to store the result in one file outside the container, in your local machine, you can do something like this.

RES_FILE=$(readlink -f /tmp/result.txt)

docker run --rm -v ${RES_FILE}:/result.txt img bash -c "cat /etc/passwd | grep root > /result.txt"

The result of your commands will be available in /tmp/result.txt in your local machine.

How do you rebase the current branch's changes on top of changes being merged in?

You've got what rebase does backwards. git rebase master does what you're asking for — takes the changes on the current branch (since its divergence from master) and replays them on top of master, then sets the head of the current branch to be the head of that new history. It doesn't replay the changes from master on top of the current branch.

Array versus List<T>: When to use which?

Unless you are really concerned with performance, and by that I mean, "Why are you using .Net instead of C++?" you should stick with List<>. It's easier to maintain and does all the dirty work of resizing an array behind the scenes for you. (If necessary, List<> is pretty smart about choosing array sizes so it doesn't need to usually.)

How do you post to the wall on a facebook page (not profile)

You can make api calls by choosing the HTTP method and setting optional parameters:

$facebook->api('/me/feed/', 'post', array(
    'message' => 'I want to display this message on my wall'
));

Submit Post to Facebook Wall :

Include the fbConfig.php file to connect Facebook API and get the access token.

Post message, name, link, description, and the picture will be submitted to Facebook wall. Post submission status will be shown.

If FB access token ($accessToken) is not available, the Facebook Login URL will be generated and the user would be redirected to the FB login page.

Post to facebook wall php sdk

<?php
//Include FB config file
require_once 'fbConfig.php';

if(isset($accessToken)){
    if(isset($_SESSION['facebook_access_token'])){
        $fb->setDefaultAccessToken($_SESSION['facebook_access_token']);
    }else{
        // Put short-lived access token in session
        $_SESSION['facebook_access_token'] = (string) $accessToken;

        // OAuth 2.0 client handler helps to manage access tokens
        $oAuth2Client = $fb->getOAuth2Client();

        // Exchanges a short-lived access token for a long-lived one
        $longLivedAccessToken = $oAuth2Client->getLongLivedAccessToken($_SESSION['facebook_access_token']);
        $_SESSION['facebook_access_token'] = (string) $longLivedAccessToken;

        // Set default access token to be used in script
        $fb->setDefaultAccessToken($_SESSION['facebook_access_token']);
    }

    //FB post content
    $message = 'Test message from CodexWorld.com website';
    $title = 'Post From Website';
    $link = 'http://www.codexworld.com/';
    $description = 'CodexWorld is a programming blog.';
    $picture = 'http://www.codexworld.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/12/www-codexworld-com-programming-blog.png';

    $attachment = array(
        'message' => $message,
        'name' => $title,
        'link' => $link,
        'description' => $description,
        'picture'=>$picture,
    );

    try{
        //Post to Facebook
        $fb->post('/me/feed', $attachment, $accessToken);

        //Display post submission status
        echo 'The post was submitted successfully to Facebook timeline.';
    }catch(FacebookResponseException $e){
        echo 'Graph returned an error: ' . $e->getMessage();
        exit;
    }catch(FacebookSDKException $e){
        echo 'Facebook SDK returned an error: ' . $e->getMessage();
        exit;
    }
}else{
    //Get FB login URL
    $fbLoginURL = $helper->getLoginUrl($redirectURL, $fbPermissions);

    //Redirect to FB login
    header("Location:".$fbLoginURL);
}

Refrences:

https://github.com/facebookarchive/facebook-php-sdk

https://developers.facebook.com/docs/pages/publishing/

https://developers.facebook.com/docs/php/gettingstarted

http://www.pontikis.net/blog/auto_post_on_facebook_with_php

https://www.codexworld.com/post-to-facebook-wall-from-website-php-sdk/

Can I remove the URL from my print css, so the web address doesn't print?

It depends on your web browser. If you're using Firefox you can adjust or turn off those header and footer lines (URL, page number, etc) by going into File > Page Setup then clicking the Margins & Header/Footer tab.

symfony2 twig path with parameter url creation

Set the default value for the active argument in the route.

How do I concatenate a string with a variable?

Your code is correct. Perhaps your problem is that you are not passing an ID to the AddBorder function, or that an element with that ID does not exist. Or you might be running your function before the element in question is accessible through the browser's DOM.

To identify the first case or determine the cause of the second case, add these as the first lines inside the function:

alert('ID number: ' + id);
alert('Return value of gEBI: ' + document.getElementById('horseThumb_' + id));

That will open pop-up windows each time the function is called, with the value of id and the return value of document.getElementById. If you get undefined for the ID number pop-up, you are not passing an argument to the function. If the ID does not exist, you would get your (incorrect?) ID number in the first pop-up but get null in the second.

The third case would happen if your web page looks like this, trying to run AddBorder while the page is still loading:

<head>
<title>My Web Page</title>
<script>
    function AddBorder(id) {
        ...
    }
    AddBorder(42);    // Won't work; the page hasn't completely loaded yet!
</script>
</head>

To fix this, put all the code that uses AddBorder inside an onload event handler:

// Can only have one of these per page
window.onload = function() {
    ...
    AddBorder(42);
    ...
} 

// Or can have any number of these on a page
function doWhatever() {
   ...
   AddBorder(42);
   ...
}

if(window.addEventListener) window.addEventListener('load', doWhatever, false);
else window.attachEvent('onload', doWhatever);

Mysql Compare two datetime fields

The query you want to show as an example is:

SELECT * FROM temp WHERE mydate > '2009-06-29 16:00:44';

04:00:00 is 4AM, so all the results you're displaying come after that, which is correct.

If you want to show everything after 4PM, you need to use the correct (24hr) notation in your query.

To make things a bit clearer, try this:

SELECT mydate, DATE_FORMAT(mydate, '%r') FROM temp;

That will show you the date, and its 12hr time.

Custom seekbar (thumb size, color and background)

At first courtesy goes to @Charuka .

DO

You can use android:progressDrawable="@drawable/seekbar" instead of android:background="@drawable/seekbar" .

progressDrawable used for the progress mode.

You should try with

android:minHeight

Defines the minimum height of the view. It is not guaranteed the view will be able to achieve this minimum height (for example, if its parent layout constrains it with less available height).

android:minWidth

Defines the minimum width of the view. It is not guaranteed the view will be able to achieve this minimum width (for example, if its parent layout constrains it with less available width)

    android:minHeight="25p"
    android:maxHeight="25dp" 

FYI:

Using android:minHeight and android:maxHeight is not good solutions .Need to rectify your Custom Seekbar (From Class Level) .

How to activate "Share" button in android app?

Share Any File as below ( Kotlin ) :
first create a folder named xml in the res folder and create a new XML Resource File named provider_paths.xml and put the below code inside it :

<?xml version="1.0" encoding="utf-8"?>
<paths xmlns:android="http://schemas.android.com/apk/res/android">
    <files-path
        name="files"
        path="."/>

    <external-path
        name="external_files"
        path="."/>
</paths>

now go to the manifests folder and open the AndroidManifest.xml and then put the below code inside the <application> tag :

<provider
android:name="androidx.core.content.FileProvider"
android:authorities="${applicationId}.provider"
android:exported="false"
android:grantUriPermissions="true">
<meta-data
    android:name="android.support.FILE_PROVIDER_PATHS"
    android:resource="@xml/provider_paths" /> // provider_paths.xml file path in this example
</provider>

now you put the below code in the setOnLongClickListener :

share_btn.setOnClickListener {
    try {
        val file = File("pathOfFile")
        if(file.exists()) {
            val uri = FileProvider.getUriForFile(this, BuildConfig.APPLICATION_ID + ".provider", file)
            val intent = Intent(Intent.ACTION_SEND)
            intent.addFlags(Intent.FLAG_GRANT_READ_URI_PERMISSION)
            intent.setType("*/*")
            intent.putExtra(Intent.EXTRA_STREAM, uri)
            intent.setFlags(Intent.FLAG_ACTIVITY_NEW_TASK);
            startActivity(intent)
        }
    } catch (e: java.lang.Exception) {
        e.printStackTrace()
        toast("Error")
    }
}

How do I implement charts in Bootstrap?

You can use a 3rd party library like Shield UI for charting - that is tested and works well on all legacy and new web browsers and devices.

converting Java bitmap to byte array

Try something like this:

Bitmap bmp = intent.getExtras().get("data");
ByteArrayOutputStream stream = new ByteArrayOutputStream();
bmp.compress(Bitmap.CompressFormat.PNG, 100, stream);
byte[] byteArray = stream.toByteArray();
bmp.recycle();

Bootstrap 4 Center Vertical and Horizontal Alignment

I am required to show form vertically center inside container-fluid so I developed my own code for the same.

<!DOCTYPE html>
<html lang="en">

<head>
    <meta charset="UTF-8">
    <meta name="viewport" content="width=device-width, initial-scale=1.0">
    <title>Document</title>
    <link rel="stylesheet" type="text/css" href="css/bootstrap.min.css">
    <style>
       .container-fluid
       {
            display: table-cell;
            height: 100vh;
            width: 100vw !important;
            vertical-align: middle;
            border:1px solid black;
       }
    </style>
</head>

<body>
    <div class="container-fluid">
        <div class="row">
            <div class="col-8 offset-2">
                <div class="card shadow">
                    <div class="card-header bg-danger text-white">
                        <h2>Login</h2>
                    </div>

                    <div class="card-body">
                        <form action="">
                            <div class="form-group row">
                                <label for="txtemail" class="col-form-label col-sm-2">Email</label>
                                <div class="col-sm-10">
                                    <input type="email" name="txtemail" id="txtemail" class="form-control" required />
                                </div>
                            </div>
                            <div class="form-group row">
                                <label for="txtpassword" class="col-form-label col-sm-2">Password</label>
                                <div class="col-sm-10">
                                    <input type="password" name="txtpassword" id="txtpassword" class="form-control"
                                        required />
                                </div>
                            </div>
                            <div class="form-group">
                                <button class="btn btn-danger btn-block">Login</button>
                                <button class="btn btn-warning btn-block">clear all</button>
                            </div>
                        </form>
                    </div>
                </div>
            </div>
        </div>
        <script src="js/jquery.js"></script>
        <script src="js/popper.min.js"></script>
        <script src="js/bootstrap.min.js"></script>
</body>

</html>

MongoDB via Mongoose JS - What is findByID?

If the schema of id is not of type ObjectId you cannot operate with function : findbyId()

How to update/modify an XML file in python?

Using ElementTree:

import xml.etree.ElementTree

# Open original file
et = xml.etree.ElementTree.parse('file.xml')

# Append new tag: <a x='1' y='abc'>body text</a>
new_tag = xml.etree.ElementTree.SubElement(et.getroot(), 'a')
new_tag.text = 'body text'
new_tag.attrib['x'] = '1' # must be str; cannot be an int
new_tag.attrib['y'] = 'abc'

# Write back to file
#et.write('file.xml')
et.write('file_new.xml')

note: output written to file_new.xml for you to experiment, writing back to file.xml will replace the old content.

IMPORTANT: the ElementTree library stores attributes in a dict, as such, the order in which these attributes are listed in the xml text will NOT be preserved. Instead, they will be output in alphabetical order. (also, comments are removed. I'm finding this rather annoying)

ie: the xml input text <b y='xxx' x='2'>some body</b> will be output as <b x='2' y='xxx'>some body</b>(after alphabetising the order parameters are defined)

This means when committing the original, and changed files to a revision control system (such as SVN, CSV, ClearCase, etc), a diff between the 2 files may not look pretty.

Converting bool to text in C++

I use a ternary in a printf like this:

printf("%s\n", b?"true":"false");

If you macro it :

B2S(b) ((b)?"true":"false")

then you need to make sure whatever you pass in as 'b' doesn't have any side effects. And don't forget the brackets around the 'b' as you could get compile errors.

How to fix: "HAX is not working and emulator runs in emulation mode"

Default memory assigned to HAX is 1024MB. And the emulator has 1536MB apparently for Nexus 5x api 25.

if you're using Android Studio,

  • just go to tools -> AVD manager.
  • Then select the emulator and click on pencil button on the right for editing.
  • Go to advanced settings in the new window and change the RAM value to 1024

Works like a charm. :)

screenshot of android studio

Using VBA to get extended file attributes

Lucky discovery

if objFolderItem is Nothing when you call

objFolder.GetDetailsOf(objFolderItem, i)

the string returned is the name of the property, rather than its (undefined) value e.g. when i=3 it returns "Date modified"

Doing it for all 288 values of I makes it clear why most cause it to return blank for most filetypes e.g i=175 is "Horizontal resolution"

Send POST request with JSON data using Volley

JsonObjectRequest actually accepts JSONObject as body.

From this blog article,

final String url = "some/url";
final JSONObject jsonBody = new JSONObject("{\"type\":\"example\"}");

new JsonObjectRequest(url, jsonBody, new Response.Listener<JSONObject>() { ... });

Here is the source code and JavaDoc (@param jsonRequest):

/**
 * Creates a new request.
 * @param method the HTTP method to use
 * @param url URL to fetch the JSON from
 * @param jsonRequest A {@link JSONObject} to post with the request. Null is allowed and
 *   indicates no parameters will be posted along with request.
 * @param listener Listener to receive the JSON response
 * @param errorListener Error listener, or null to ignore errors.
 */
public JsonObjectRequest(int method, String url, JSONObject jsonRequest,
        Listener<JSONObject> listener, ErrorListener errorListener) {
    super(method, url, (jsonRequest == null) ? null : jsonRequest.toString(), listener,
                errorListener);
}

Font-awesome, input type 'submit'

HTML

Since <input> element displays only value of value attribute, we have to manipulate only it:

<input type="submit" class="btn fa-input" value="&#xf043; Input">

I'm using &#xf043; entity here, which corresponds to the U+F043, the Font Awesome's 'tint' symbol.

CSS

Then we have to style it to use the font:

.fa-input {
  font-family: FontAwesome, 'Helvetica Neue', Helvetica, Arial, sans-serif;
}

Which will give us the tint symbol in Font Awesome and the other text in the appropriate font.

However, this control will not be pixel-perfect, so you might have to tweak it by yourself.

How can I make my layout scroll both horizontally and vertically?

You can do this by using below code

<HorizontalScrollView
                    android:layout_width="match_parent"
                    android:layout_height="match_parent">
                    <ScrollView
                        android:layout_width="wrap_content"
                        android:layout_height="match_parent">
                        <LinearLayout
                            android:layout_width="match_parent"
                            android:layout_height="wrap_content">
                            
                        </LinearLayout>
                    </ScrollView>
    </HorizontalScrollView>

How to get JSON from URL in JavaScript?

You can use jQuery .getJSON() function:

$.getJSON('http://query.yahooapis.com/v1/public/yql?q=select%20%2a%20from%20yahoo.finance.quotes%20WHERE%20symbol%3D%27WRC%27&format=json&diagnostics=true&env=store://datatables.org/alltableswithkeys&callback', function(data) {
    // JSON result in `data` variable
});

If you don't want to use jQuery you should look at this answer for pure JS solution: https://stackoverflow.com/a/2499647/1361042

How can I convert ArrayList<Object> to ArrayList<String>?

It's not safe to do that!
Imagine if you had:

ArrayList<Object> list = new ArrayList<Object>();
list.add(new Employee("Jonh"));
list.add(new Car("BMW","M3"));
list.add(new Chocolate("Twix"));

It wouldn't make sense to convert the list of those Objects to any type.

Renaming branches remotely in Git

You can create a new branch based on old-name branch. Just like this, then delete the old branch, over!!! enter image description here

Why can a function modify some arguments as perceived by the caller, but not others?

You've got a number of answers already, and I broadly agree with J.F. Sebastian, but you might find this useful as a shortcut:

Any time you see varname =, you're creating a new name binding within the function's scope. Whatever value varname was bound to before is lost within this scope.

Any time you see varname.foo() you're calling a method on varname. The method may alter varname (e.g. list.append). varname (or, rather, the object that varname names) may exist in more than one scope, and since it's the same object, any changes will be visible in all scopes.

[note that the global keyword creates an exception to the first case]

Setting font on NSAttributedString on UITextView disregards line spacing

Attributed String Programming Guide:

UIFont *font = [UIFont fontWithName:@"Palatino-Roman" size:14.0];
NSDictionary *attrsDictionary = [NSDictionary dictionaryWithObject:font
                                forKey:NSFontAttributeName];
NSAttributedString *attrString = [[NSAttributedString alloc] initWithString:@"strigil" attributes:attrsDictionary];

Update: I tried to use addAttribute: method in my own app, but it seemed to be not working on the iOS 6 Simulator:

NSLog(@"%@", textView.attributedText);

The log seems to show correctly added attributes, but the view on iOS simulator was not display with attributes.

How to make an inline element appear on new line, or block element not occupy the whole line?

Even though the question is quite fuzzy and the HTML snippet is quite limited, I suppose

.feature_desc {
    display: block;
}
.feature_desc:before {
    content: "";
    display: block;
}

might give you want you want to achieve without the <br/> element. Though it would help to see your CSS applied to these elements.

NOTE. The example above doesn't work in IE7 though.

How do you run CMD.exe under the Local System Account?

an alternative to this is Process hacker if you go into run as... (Interactive doesnt work for people with the security enhancments but that wont matter) and when box opens put Service into the box type and put SYSTEM into user box and put C:\Users\Windows\system32\cmd.exe leave the rest click ok and boch you have got a window with cmd on it and run as system now do the other steps for yourself because im suggesting you know them

Better way to set distance between flexbox items

I posted my flexbox approach here:

One idea I rejected was to remove the padding from the outer columns with something like this:

div:nth-child(#{$col-number}n+1) { padding-left: 0; }
div:nth-child(#{$col-number}n+#{$col-number}) { padding-left: 0; }

But, like other posters here, I prefer the negative margin trick. My fiddle also has responsiveness for anyone is looking for a Sass-based solution. I basically use this approach in place of a grid.

https://jsfiddle.net/x3jvfrg1/

What is web.xml file and what are all things can I do with it?

What all should I know about web.xml apart from element name and their usage ?

The SINGLE most important JSP configuration parameter of ALL TIME is in your web.xml. Ladies and gentlemen, I give you... the TRIM-DIRECTIVE-WHITESPACES option!

<jsp-config>
    <jsp-property-group>
        <url-pattern>*.jsp</url-pattern>
        <trim-directive-whitespaces>true</trim-directive-whitespaces>
    </jsp-property-group>
</jsp-config>

This removes all the hundreds or thousands of lines of white space that you'll get in your generated HTML if you use any tag libraries (loops are particularly ugly & wasteful).

The other big one is the default web page (the page you get automatically sent to when you don't enter a web page in the URL):

<welcome-file-list>
    <welcome-file>index.jsp</welcome-file>
</welcome-file-list>    

The differences between initialize, define, declare a variable

For C, at least, per C11 6.7.5:

A declaration specifies the interpretation and attributes of a set of identifiers. A definition of an identifier is a declaration for that identifier that:

  • for an object, causes storage to be reserved for that object;

  • for a function, includes the function body;

  • for an enumeration constant, is the (only) declaration of the identifier;

  • for a typedef name, is the first (or only) declaration of the identifier.

Per C11 6.7.9.8-10:

An initializer specifies the initial value stored in an object ... if an object that has automatic storage is not initialized explicitly, its value is indeterminate.

So, broadly speaking, a declaration introduces an identifier and provides information about it. For a variable, a definition is a declaration which allocates storage for that variable.

Initialization is the specification of the initial value to be stored in an object, which is not necessarily the same as the first time you explicitly assign a value to it. A variable has a value when you define it, whether or not you explicitly give it a value. If you don't explicitly give it a value, and the variable has automatic storage, it will have an initial value, but that value will be indeterminate. If it has static storage, it will be initialized implicitly depending on the type (e.g. pointer types get initialized to null pointers, arithmetic types get initialized to zero, and so on).

So, if you define an automatic variable without specifying an initial value for it, such as:

int myfunc(void) {
    int myvar;
    ...

You are defining it (and therefore also declaring it, since definitions are declarations), but not initializing it. Therefore, definition does not equal declaration plus initialization.

Storing image in database directly or as base64 data?

  • Pro base64: the encoded representation you handle is a pretty safe string. It contains neither control chars nor quotes. The latter point helps against SQL injection attempts. I wouldn't expect any problem to just add the value to a "hand coded" SQL query string.

  • Pro BLOB: the database manager software knows what type of data it has to expect. It can optimize for that. If you'd store base64 in a TEXT field it might try to build some index or other data structure for it, which would be really nice and useful for "real" text data but pointless and a waste of time and space for image data. And it is the smaller, as in number of bytes, representation.

How do I vertically center an H1 in a div?

You can achieve this with the display property:

html, body {
    height:100%;
    margin:0;
    padding:0;
}
#section1 {
    width:100%; /*full width*/
    min-height:90%;
    text-align:center;
    display:table; /*acts like a table*/
}
h1{
    margin:0;
    padding:0;
    vertical-align:middle; /*middle centred*/
    display:table-cell; /*acts like a table cell*/
}

Demo: http://jsfiddle.net/a3Kns/

How do I pass a value from a child back to the parent form?

Use public property of child form

frmOptions {
     public string Result; }

frmMain {
     frmOptions.ShowDialog(); string r = frmOptions.Result; }

Use events

frmMain {
     frmOptions.OnResult += new ResultEventHandler(frmMain.frmOptions_Resukt);
     frmOptions.ShowDialog(); }

Use public property of main form

frmOptions {
     public frmMain MainForm; MainForm.Result = "result"; }

frmMain {
     public string Result;
     frmOptions.MainForm = this;
     frmOptions.ShowDialog();
     string r = this.Result; }

Use object Control.Tag; This is common for all controls public property which can contains a System.Object. You can hold there string or MyClass or MainForm - anything!

frmOptions {
     this.Tag = "result": }
frmMain {
     frmOptions.ShowDialog();
     string r = frmOptions.Tag as string; }

CSS Background image not loading

the following code worked for me where i had placed the image in somefolder/assets/img/background_some_img.jpg

background-image: url('../img/background_some_img.jpg');
background-size: cover;
background-repeat: no-repeat;

Firebase TIMESTAMP to date and Time

Iterating through this is the precise code that worked for me.

querySnapshot.docs.forEach((e) => {
   var readableDate = e.data().date.toDate();
   console.log(readableDate);
}

JTable - Selected Row click event

To learn what row was selected, add a ListSelectionListener, as shown in How to Use Tables in the example SimpleTableSelectionDemo. A JList can be constructed directly from the linked list's toArray() method, and you can add a suitable listener to it for details.

jquery validate check at least one checkbox

sir_neanderthal has already posted a nice answer.

I just want to point out that if you would like to use different names for your inputs you can also use (or just copy the method) require_from_group method from official jQuery Validation additional-methods.js (link to CDN for version 1.13.1).

MySQL Results as comma separated list

Now only I came across this situation and found some more interesting features around GROUP_CONCAT. I hope these details will make you feel interesting.

simple GROUP_CONCAT

SELECT GROUP_CONCAT(TaskName) 
FROM Tasks;

Result:

+------------------------------------------------------------------+
| GROUP_CONCAT(TaskName)                                           |
+------------------------------------------------------------------+
| Do garden,Feed cats,Paint roof,Take dog for walk,Relax,Feed cats |
+------------------------------------------------------------------+

GROUP_CONCAT with DISTINCT

SELECT GROUP_CONCAT(TaskName) 
FROM Tasks;

Result:

+------------------------------------------------------------------+
| GROUP_CONCAT(TaskName)                                           |
+------------------------------------------------------------------+
| Do garden,Feed cats,Paint roof,Take dog for walk,Relax,Feed cats |
+------------------------------------------------------------------+

GROUP_CONCAT with DISTINCT and ORDER BY

SELECT GROUP_CONCAT(DISTINCT TaskName ORDER BY TaskName DESC) 
FROM Tasks;

Result:

+--------------------------------------------------------+
| GROUP_CONCAT(DISTINCT TaskName ORDER BY TaskName DESC) |
+--------------------------------------------------------+
| Take dog for walk,Relax,Paint roof,Feed cats,Do garden |
+--------------------------------------------------------+

GROUP_CONCAT with DISTINCT and SEPARATOR

SELECT GROUP_CONCAT(DISTINCT TaskName SEPARATOR ' + ') 
FROM Tasks;

Result:

+----------------------------------------------------------------+
| GROUP_CONCAT(DISTINCT TaskName SEPARATOR ' + ')                |
+----------------------------------------------------------------+
| Do garden + Feed cats + Paint roof + Relax + Take dog for walk |
+----------------------------------------------------------------+

GROUP_CONCAT and Combining Columns

SELECT GROUP_CONCAT(TaskId, ') ', TaskName SEPARATOR ' ') 
FROM Tasks;

Result:

+------------------------------------------------------------------------------------+
| GROUP_CONCAT(TaskId, ') ', TaskName SEPARATOR ' ')                                 |
+------------------------------------------------------------------------------------+
| 1) Do garden 2) Feed cats 3) Paint roof 4) Take dog for walk 5) Relax 6) Feed cats |
+------------------------------------------------------------------------------------+

GROUP_CONCAT and Grouped Results Assume that the following are the results before using GROUP_CONCAT

+------------------------+--------------------------+
| ArtistName             | AlbumName                |
+------------------------+--------------------------+
| Iron Maiden            | Powerslave               |
| AC/DC                  | Powerage                 |
| Jim Reeves             | Singing Down the Lane    |
| Devin Townsend         | Ziltoid the Omniscient   |
| Devin Townsend         | Casualties of Cool       |
| Devin Townsend         | Epicloud                 |
| Iron Maiden            | Somewhere in Time        |
| Iron Maiden            | Piece of Mind            |
| Iron Maiden            | Killers                  |
| Iron Maiden            | No Prayer for the Dying  |
| The Script             | No Sound Without Silence |
| Buddy Rich             | Big Swing Face           |
| Michael Learns to Rock | Blue Night               |
| Michael Learns to Rock | Eternity                 |
| Michael Learns to Rock | Scandinavia              |
| Tom Jones              | Long Lost Suitcase       |
| Tom Jones              | Praise and Blame         |
| Tom Jones              | Along Came Jones         |
| Allan Holdsworth       | All Night Wrong          |
| Allan Holdsworth       | The Sixteen Men of Tain  |
+------------------------+--------------------------+
USE Music;
SELECT ar.ArtistName,
    GROUP_CONCAT(al.AlbumName)
FROM Artists ar
INNER JOIN Albums al
ON ar.ArtistId = al.ArtistId
GROUP BY ArtistName;

Result:

+------------------------+----------------------------------------------------------------------------+
| ArtistName             | GROUP_CONCAT(al.AlbumName)                                                 |
+------------------------+----------------------------------------------------------------------------+
| AC/DC                  | Powerage                                                                   |
| Allan Holdsworth       | All Night Wrong,The Sixteen Men of Tain                                    |
| Buddy Rich             | Big Swing Face                                                             |
| Devin Townsend         | Epicloud,Ziltoid the Omniscient,Casualties of Cool                         |
| Iron Maiden            | Somewhere in Time,Piece of Mind,Powerslave,Killers,No Prayer for the Dying |
| Jim Reeves             | Singing Down the Lane                                                      |
| Michael Learns to Rock | Eternity,Scandinavia,Blue Night                                            |
| The Script             | No Sound Without Silence                                                   |
| Tom Jones              | Long Lost Suitcase,Praise and Blame,Along Came Jones                       |
+------------------------+----------------------------------------------------------------------------+

What is the difference between #include <filename> and #include "filename"?

"" will search ./ first. then search the default include path. you can use command like this to print the default include path:

 gcc -v -o a a.c

here are some examples to make thing more clear: the code a.c works

// a.c
#include "stdio.h"
int main() {
        int a = 3;
        printf("a = %d\n", a);
        return 0;

}

the code of b.c works too

\\ b.c
#include <stdio.h>
int main() {
        int a = 3;
        printf("a = %d\n", a);
        return 0;

}

but when I create a new file named stdio.h in current directory

// stdio.h
inline int foo()
{
        return 10;
}

a.c will generate compile error, but b.c still works

and "", <> can be used together with the same file name. since the search path priority is different. so d.c also works

// d.c
#include <stdio.h>
#include "stdio.h"
int main()
{
        int a = 0;

        a = foo();

        printf("a=%d\n", a);

        return 0;
}

~

How do I reformat HTML code using Sublime Text 2?

HTML-CSS-JS Prettify - Hands down the best.

  1. Install Package Control
  2. ? + left shift + p (or ctrl + alt + left shift + p) -> Package Control: Install Package
  3. Enter HTML-CSS-JS Prettify
  4. Install node
  5. Restart Sublime Text

Enjoy.

How to use RecyclerView inside NestedScrollView?

At least as far back as Material Components 1.3.0-alpha03, it doesn't matter if the RecyclerView is nested (in something other than a ScrollView or NestedScrollView). Just put app:layout_behavior="@string/appbar_scrolling_view_behavior" on its top level parent that's a sibling of the AppBarLayout in the CoordinatorLayout.

This has been working for me when using a single Activity architecture with Jetpack Naviagation, where all Fragments are sharing the same AppBar from the Activity's layout. I make the FragmentContainer the direct child of the CoordinatorLayout that also contains the AppBarLayout, like below. The RecyclerViews in the various fragments are scrolling normally and the AppBar folds away and reappears as expected.

    <androidx.coordinatorlayout.widget.CoordinatorLayout
        android:id="@+id/coordinatorLayout"
        android:layout_width="match_parent"
        android:layout_height="match_parent">

        <androidx.fragment.app.FragmentContainerView
            android:id="@+id/nav_host_fragment"
            android:name="androidx.navigation.fragment.NavHostFragment"
            android:layout_width="match_parent"
            android:layout_height="match_parent"
            app:layout_behavior="@string/appbar_scrolling_view_behavior"
            app:defaultNavHost="true"
            app:navGraph="@navigation/mobile_navigation"/>

        <com.google.android.material.appbar.AppBarLayout
            android:id="@+id/appbar_layout"
            android:layout_width="match_parent"
            android:layout_height="wrap_content"
            app:liftOnScroll="true">

            <androidx.appcompat.widget.Toolbar
                android:id="@+id/toolbar"
                android:layout_width="match_parent"
                android:layout_height="wrap_content"
                android:minHeight="?attr/actionBarSize"
                android:theme="?attr/actionBarTheme"
                app:layout_scrollFlags="scroll|enterAlways|snap" />

        </com.google.android.material.appbar.AppBarLayout>

    </androidx.coordinatorlayout.widget.CoordinatorLayout>

liftOnScroll (used to for app bars to look like they have zero elevation when at the top of the page) works if each fragment passes the ID of its RecyclerView to AppBarLayout.liftOnScrollTargetViewId in Fragment.onResume. Or pass 0 if the Fragment doesn't scroll.

Javascript date.getYear() returns 111 in 2011?

https://developer.mozilla.org/en/JavaScript/Reference/Global_Objects/Date/getYear

getYear is no longer used and has been replaced by the getFullYear method.

The getYear method returns the year minus 1900; thus:

  • For years greater than or equal to 2000, the value returned by getYear is 100 or greater. For example, if the year is 2026, getYear returns 126.
  • For years between and including 1900 and 1999, the value returned by getYear is between 0 and 99. For example, if the year is 1976, getYear returns 76.
  • For years less than 1900, the value returned by getYear is less than 0. For example, if the year is 1800, getYear returns -100.
  • To take into account years before and after 2000, you should use getFullYear instead of getYear so that the year is specified in full.

jQuery: How can I create a simple overlay?

An overlay is, simply put, a div that stays fixed on the screen (no matter if you scroll) and has some sort of opacity.

This will be your CSS for cross browser opacity of 0.5:

#overlay {
    position: fixed;
    top: 0;
    left: 0;
    width: 100%;
    height: 100%;
    background-color: #000;
    filter:alpha(opacity=50);
    -moz-opacity:0.5;
    -khtml-opacity: 0.5;
    opacity: 0.5;
    z-index: 10000;
}

This will be your jQuery code (no UI needed). You're just going to create a new element with the ID #overlay. Creating and destroying the DIV should be all you need.

var overlay = jQuery('<div id="overlay"> </div>');
overlay.appendTo(document.body)

For performance reasons you might wanna have the DIV hidden and setting the display to block and none as you need it or not.

Hope it helps!

Edit: As @Vitaly so well put it, be sure to check your DocType. Read more on the comments on his findings..

HTML-Tooltip position relative to mouse pointer

You can use jQuery UI plugin, following are reference URLs

Set track to TRUE for Tooltip position relative to mouse pointer eg.

_x000D_
_x000D_
$('.tooltip').tooltip({ track: true });
_x000D_
_x000D_
_x000D_

Is it possible to ping a server from Javascript?

You can't do regular ping in browser Javascript, but you can find out if remote server is alive by for example loading an image from the remote server. If loading fails -> server down.

You can even calculate the loading time by using onload-event. Here's an example how to use onload event.

MySQL: Can't create/write to file '/tmp/#sql_3c6_0.MYI' (Errcode: 2) - What does it even mean?

Its due to access control security policies specifically when SELinux is enabled it won't allow external executables to create temporary files in the system locations.

Disable SELinux by issuing below command:

echo 0 >/selinux/enforce

You can now start mysql it wont give any permission related errror while reading/writing to /tmp or system directories.

In case you wish to enable the SELinux security back change 0 to 1 in above command.

How do you replace all the occurrences of a certain character in a string?

The problem is you're not doing anything with the result of replace. In Python strings are immutable so anything that manipulates a string returns a new string instead of modifying the original string.

line[8] = line[8].replace(letter, "")

Looping through the content of a file in Bash

Here is my real life example how to loop lines of another program output, check for substrings, drop double quotes from variable, use that variable outside of the loop. I guess quite many is asking these questions sooner or later.

##Parse FPS from first video stream, drop quotes from fps variable
## streams.stream.0.codec_type="video"
## streams.stream.0.r_frame_rate="24000/1001"
## streams.stream.0.avg_frame_rate="24000/1001"
FPS=unknown
while read -r line; do
  if [[ $FPS == "unknown" ]] && [[ $line == *".codec_type=\"video\""* ]]; then
    echo ParseFPS $line
    FPS=parse
  fi
  if [[ $FPS == "parse" ]] && [[ $line == *".r_frame_rate="* ]]; then
    echo ParseFPS $line
    FPS=${line##*=}
    FPS="${FPS%\"}"
    FPS="${FPS#\"}"
  fi
done <<< "$(ffprobe -v quiet -print_format flat -show_format -show_streams -i "$input")"
if [ "$FPS" == "unknown" ] || [ "$FPS" == "parse" ]; then 
  echo ParseFPS Unknown frame rate
fi
echo Found $FPS

Declare variable outside of the loop, set value and use it outside of loop requires done <<< "$(...)" syntax. Application need to be run within a context of current console. Quotes around the command keeps newlines of output stream.

Loop match for substrings then reads name=value pair, splits right-side part of last = character, drops first quote, drops last quote, we have a clean value to be used elsewhere.

Output to the same line overwriting previous output?

Here's my little class that can reprint blocks of text. It properly clears the previous text so you can overwrite your old text with shorter new text without creating a mess.

import re, sys

class Reprinter:
    def __init__(self):
        self.text = ''

    def moveup(self, lines):
        for _ in range(lines):
            sys.stdout.write("\x1b[A")

    def reprint(self, text):
        # Clear previous text by overwritig non-spaces with spaces
        self.moveup(self.text.count("\n"))
        sys.stdout.write(re.sub(r"[^\s]", " ", self.text))

        # Print new text
        lines = min(self.text.count("\n"), text.count("\n"))
        self.moveup(lines)
        sys.stdout.write(text)
        self.text = text

reprinter = Reprinter()

reprinter.reprint("Foobar\nBazbar")
reprinter.reprint("Foo\nbar")

Emulator: ERROR: x86 emulation currently requires hardware acceleration

A more detailed answer for dummies like me:

  1. Open the SDK manager open sdk
  2. Select the SDK Tools tab. SDK tools tab
  3. Download – Make sure that intel x86 Emulator Accelerator (HAXM) is downloaded. haxm download
  4. Install – Now that HAXM is downloaded, make sure it is installed. In the SDK window it will show you where the SDK is located on your computer: get SDK location Click/tap 3 times quickly to highlight this text and copy the folder location. Open the file explorer and paste in the file location. From here you can search “hax” to find the folder location for HAXM stuff. Once a file comes up in the search results, right click and select “open file location”. For me the location was C:\Users\Datu1\AppData\Local\Android\Sdk\extras\intel\Hardware_Accelerated_Execution_Manager . Find the file intelhaxm-android.exe and open/run it. haxm-android.exe file Follow the instructions when it runs. You may wish to run haxm_check as an administrator (it’s in this same folder), but it may or may not work for you. The surefire way to tell if you can run hardware acceleration and if it’s enabled is to go to your computer’s bios settings from the startup menu.
  5. BIOS settings – Make sure hardware acceleration is enabled in your BIOS settings. The way to do this may vary a bit from system to system. You may need to press f10 or esc on startup. But with most (updated) Windows 10 computers you can access the BIOS settings by doing the following: type “advanced startup” in the Windows search bar; click on “change advanced startup uptions:” when it comes up. Click “Restart now”. After your computer restarts click on Troubleshoot. Troubleshoot Windows startup Click advanced options >firmware settings, then restart to change EUFI firmware settings. Wait for the restart then select the menu option for bios settings. With Intel processors the steps will be as follows or similar: Press the right arrow to go to the Configuration tab. Arrow down to Intel Virtual/Virtualizaion Technology and turn it on (should say Enabled). Enable virtualization in bios Exit and save changes.

  6. If Virtual Technology was previously disabled in your bios settings You will need to run the intelhaxm-android.exe file now to install haxm.

  7. Try restarting Android Studio and running your emulator again. If it’s still not working, restart your computer and try again, it should work.

NOTE: if you have Windows Hyper-V turned on this will cause you to not be able to run haxm. If you are having an issue with Hyper-V, make sure it is turned off in your settings: search in the Windows bar for “hyper”; the search result should take you to “Turn Windows features on or off”. Then make sure all the Hyper-V boxes are unchecked.
disable hyper-v

Center align a column in twitter bootstrap

I tried the approaches given above, but these methods fail when dynamically the height of the content in one of the cols increases, it basically pushes the other cols down.

for me the basic table layout solution worked.

// Apply this to the enclosing row
.row-centered {
  text-align: center;
  display: table-row;
}
// Apply this to the cols within the row
.col-centered {
  display: table-cell;
  float: none;
  vertical-align: top;
}

Group by with union mysql select query

Try this EDITED:

(SELECT COUNT(motorbike.owner_id),owner.name,transport.type FROM transport,owner,motorbike WHERE transport.type='motobike' AND owner.owner_id=motorbike.owner_id AND transport.type_id=motorbike.motorbike_id GROUP BY motorbike.owner_id)

UNION ALL

(SELECT COUNT(car.owner_id),owner.name,transport.type FROM transport,owner,car WHERE transport.type='car' AND owner.owner_id=car.owner_id AND transport.type_id=car.car_id GROUP BY car.owner_id)

Why doesn't list have safe "get" method like dictionary?

Try this:

>>> i = 3
>>> a = [1, 2, 3, 4]
>>> next(iter(a[i:]), 'fail')
4
>>> next(iter(a[i + 1:]), 'fail')
'fail'

Why can't I use background image and color together?

Actually there is a way you can use a background color with a background image. In this case, the background part will be filled with that specified color instead of a white/transparent one.

In order to achieve that, you need to set the background property like this:

.bg-image-with-color {
    background: url("example.png") no-repeat, #ff0000;
}

Note the comma and the color code after no-repeat; this sets the background color you wish.

I discovered this in this YouTube video, however I'm not affiliated with that channel or video in any means.

Django: ImproperlyConfigured: The SECRET_KEY setting must not be empty

In my case, it was because I was trying to setup django-environ and I missed an important step:

Note: In the instructions below .env.example and .env should be saved in the same folder as settings.py

I incorrectly assumed that .env belonged in the root of my project. Moving it to the same folder as settings.py fixed the problem.

This error message in the Python console was the clue that set me on the right path:

Warning: /Users/allen/PycharmProjects/myapp/myapp/.env doesn't exist - if you're not configuring your environment separately, create one.

Create SQL script that create database and tables

In SQL Server Management Studio you can right click on the database you want to replicate, and select "Script Database as" to have the tool create the appropriate SQL file to replicate that database on another server. You can repeat this process for each table you want to create, and then merge the files into a single SQL file. Don't forget to add a using statement after you create your Database but prior to any table creation.

In more recent versions of SQL Server you can get this in one file in SSMS.

  1. Right click a database.
  2. Tasks
  3. Generate Scripts

This will launch a wizard where you can script the entire database or just portions. There does not appear to be a T-SQL way of doing this.

Generate SQL Server Scripts

Float and double datatype in Java

A float gives you approx. 6-7 decimal digits precision while a double gives you approx. 15-16. Also the range of numbers is larger for double.

A double needs 8 bytes of storage space while a float needs just 4 bytes.

How can I install the Beautiful Soup module on the Mac?

sudo yum remove python-beautifulsoup

OR

sudo easy_install -m BeautifulSoup

can remove old version 3

Declaring & Setting Variables in a Select Statement

The SET command is TSQL specific - here's the PLSQL equivalent to what you posted:

v_date1 DATE := TO_DATE('03-AUG-2010', 'DD-MON-YYYY');

SELECT u.visualid
  FROM USAGE u 
 WHERE u.usetime > v_date1;

There's also no need for prefixing variables with "@"; I tend to prefix variables with "v_" to distinguish between variables & columns/etc.

See this thread about the Oracle equivalent of NOLOCK...

ImportError: No module named apiclient.discovery

You should be able to get these dependencies with this simple install:

sudo pip install --upgrade google-api-python-client

This is described on the quick start page for python.

jQuery: load txt file and insert into div

The .load("file.txt") is much easier. Which works but even if testing, you won't get results from a localdrive, you'll need an actual http server. The invisible error is an XMLHttpRequest error.

XPath - Selecting elements that equal a value

The XPath spec. defines the string value of an element as the concatenation (in document order) of all of its text-node descendents.

This explains the "strange results".

"Better" results can be obtained using the expressions below:

//*[text() = 'qwerty']

The above selects every element in the document that has at least one text-node child with value 'qwerty'.

//*[text() = 'qwerty' and not(text()[2])]

The above selects every element in the document that has only one text-node child and its value is: 'qwerty'.

Finding Variable Type in JavaScript

In JavaScript everything is an object

console.log(type of({}))  //Object
console.log(type of([]))  //Object

To get Real type , use this

console.log(Object.prototype.toString.call({}))   //[object Object]
console.log(Object.prototype.toString.call([]))   //[object Array]

Hope this helps

Limit characters displayed in span

You can use css ellipsis; but you have to give fixed width and overflow:hidden: to that element.

_x000D_
_x000D_
<span style="display:block;text-overflow: ellipsis;width: 200px;overflow: hidden; white-space: nowrap;">_x000D_
 Lorem ipsum dolor sit amet, consectetuer adipiscing elit, sed diam nonummy nibh euismod tincidunt ut laoreet dolore magna aliquam erat volutpat._x000D_
 </span>
_x000D_
_x000D_
_x000D_

Running Python on Windows for Node.js dependencies

The right way is 1) Download and Install python 2.7.14 from here. 2) Set environment variable for python from here.

done!

note: Please set environment variable accordingly. I answered here for windows.

Conditional formatting using AND() function

I am currently responsible for an Excel application with a lot of legacy code. One of the slowest pieces of this code was looping through 500 Rows in 6 Columns, setting conditional formatting formulae for each. The formulae are to identify where the cell contents are non-blank but do not form part of a Named Range, therefore referring twice to the cell itself, originally written as:

=AND(COUNTIF(<rangename>,<cellref>)=0,<cellref><>"")

Obviously the overheads would be much reduced by updating all Cells in each Column (Range) at once. However, as noted above, using ADDRESS(ROW(),COLUMN(),n) does not work in this circumstance, i.e. this does not work:

=AND(COUNTIF(<rangename>,ADDRESS(ROW(),COLUMN(),1))=0,ADDRESS(ROW(),COLUMN(),1)<>"")

I experimented extensively with a blank workbook and could find no way around this, using various alternatives such as ISBLANK. In the end, to get around this, I created two User-Defined Functions (using a tip I found elsewhere on this site):

Public Function returnCellContent() As Variant

  returnCellContent = Application.Caller.Value

End Function

Public Function Cell_HasContent() As Boolean

  If Application.Caller.Value = "" Then
    Cell_HasContent = False
  Else
    Cell_HasContent = True
  End If

End Function

The conditional formula is now:

=AND(COUNTIF(<rangename>,returnCellContent()=0,Cell_HasContent())

which works fine.

This has sped the code up, in Excel 2010, from 5s to 1s. Because this code is run whenever data is loaded into the application, this saving is significant and noticeable to the user. It's also a lot cleaner and reusable.

I've taken the time to post this because I could not find any answers on this site or elsewhere that cover all of the circumstances, whilst I'm sure that there are others who could benefit from the above approach, potentially with much larger numbers of cells to update.

How do I get data from a table?

in this code data is a two dimensional array of table data

let oTable = document.getElementById('datatable-id');
let data = [...oTable.rows].map(t => [...t.children].map(u => u.innerText))

IntelliJ and Tomcat.. Howto..?

In Netbeans you can right click on the project and run it, but in IntelliJ IDEA you have to select the index.jsp file or the welcome file to run the project.

this is because Netbeans generate the following tag in web.xml and IntelliJ do not.

<welcome-file-list>
    <welcome-file>index.jsp</welcome-file>
</welcome-file-list>

In NetBeans how do I change the Default JDK?

If I remember correctly, you'll need to set the netbeans_jdkhome property in your netbeans config file. Should be in your etc/netbeans.conf file.

How to get the CUDA version?

Use the following command to check CUDA installation by Conda:

conda list cudatoolkit

And the following command to check CUDNN version installed by conda:

conda list cudnn

If you want to install/update CUDA and CUDNN through CONDA, please use the following commands:

conda install -c anaconda cudatoolkit
conda install -c anaconda cudnn

Alternatively you can use following commands to check CUDA installation:

nvidia-smi

OR

nvcc --version

If you are using tensorflow-gpu through Anaconda package (You can verify this by simply opening Python in console and check if the default python shows Anaconda, Inc. when it starts, or you can run which python and check the location), then manually installing CUDA and CUDNN will most probably not work. You will have to update through conda instead.

If you want to install CUDA, CUDNN, or tensorflow-gpu manually, you can check out the instructions here https://www.tensorflow.org/install/gpu

"Could not find a part of the path" error message

I had the same error, although in my case the problem was with the formatting of the DESTINATION path. The comments above are correct with respect to debugging the path string formatting, but there seems to be a bug in the File.Copy exception reporting where it still throws back the SOURCE path instead of the DESTINATION path. So don't forget to look here as well.

-TC

How to show Page Loading div until the page has finished loading?

Here's the jQuery I ended up using, which monitors all ajax start/stop, so you don't need to add it to each ajax call:

$(document).ajaxStart(function(){
    $("#loading").removeClass('hide');
}).ajaxStop(function(){
    $("#loading").addClass('hide');
});

CSS for the loading container & content (mostly from mehyaa's answer), as well as a hide class:

#loading {
   width: 100%;
   height: 100%;
   top: 0px;
   left: 0px;
   position: fixed;
   display: block;
   opacity: 0.7;
   background-color: #fff;
   z-index: 99;
   text-align: center;
}

#loading-content {
  position: absolute;
  top: 50%;
  left: 50%;
  text-align: center;
  z-index: 100;
}

.hide{
  display: none;
}

HTML:

<div id="loading" class="hide">
  <div id="loading-content">
    Loading...
  </div>
</div>

Re-sign IPA (iPhone)

Checked with Mac OS High Sierra and Xcode 10

You can simply implement the same using the application iResign.

Give path of 1).ipa

2) New provision profile

3) Entitlement file (Optional, add only if you have entitlement)

4) Bundle id

5) Distribution Certificate

You can see output .ipa file saved after re-sign

Simple and powerful tool

Eliminate space before \begin{itemize}

I'm very happy with the paralist package. Besides adding the option to eliminate the space it also adds other nice things like compact versions of the itemize, enumerate and describe environments.