Programs & Examples On #Papi

PAPI (Performance Application Programming Interface) provides the tool designer and application engineer with a consistent interface and methodology for use of the performance counter hardware found in most major microprocessors. PAPI enables software engineers to see, in near real time, the relation between software performance and processor events.

You must add a reference to assembly 'netstandard, Version=2.0.0.0

I was facing this problem when trying to add a .NETStandard dependency to a .NET4.6.1 library, and compiling it in Linux with Mono 4.6.2 (the version that comes with Ubuntu 16.04).

I finally solved it today; the solution requires to do both of these things:

  1. Change <TargetFrameworkVersion>v4.6.1</TargetFrameworkVersion> to <TargetFrameworkVersion>v4.7.1</TargetFrameworkVersion> in the .csproj file.
  2. Upgrade your mono to a newer version. I believe 5.x should work, but to be sure, you can just install Ubuntu 20.04 (which at the time of writing is only in preview), which includes Mono 6.8.0.105.

Can a website detect when you are using Selenium with chromedriver?

Some sites are detecting this:

function d() {
try {
    if (window.document.$cdc_asdjflasutopfhvcZLmcfl_.cache_)
        return !0
} catch (e) {}

try {
    //if (window.document.documentElement.getAttribute(decodeURIComponent("%77%65%62%64%72%69%76%65%72")))
    if (window.document.documentElement.getAttribute("webdriver"))
        return !0
} catch (e) {}

try {
    //if (decodeURIComponent("%5F%53%65%6C%65%6E%69%75%6D%5F%49%44%45%5F%52%65%63%6F%72%64%65%72") in window)
    if ("_Selenium_IDE_Recorder" in window)
        return !0
} catch (e) {}

try {
    //if (decodeURIComponent("%5F%5F%77%65%62%64%72%69%76%65%72%5F%73%63%72%69%70%74%5F%66%6E") in document)
    if ("__webdriver_script_fn" in document)
        return !0
} catch (e) {}

Unable to Install Any Package in Visual Studio 2015

I was able to resolve this issue by reinstalling Nuget Package Manager via Tools -> Extensions and Updates

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

This is not a problem with XAML. The error message is saying that it tried to create an instance of DVRClientInterface.MainWindow and your constructor threw an exception.

You will need to look at the "Inner Exception" property to determine the underlying cause. It could be quite literally anything, but should provide direction.

example of an inner exception shown in Visual Studio

An example would be that if you are connecting to a database in the constructor for your window, and for some reason that database is unavailable, the inner exception may be a TimeoutException or a SqlException or any other exception thrown by your database code.

If you are throwing exceptions in static constructors, the exception could be generated from any class referenced by the MainWindow. Class initializers are also run, if any MainWindow fields are calling a method which may throw.

ImportError: No module named PytQt5

After getting the help from @Blender, @ekhumoro and @Dan, I understand the Linux and Python more than before. Thank you. I got the an idea by @ekhumoro, it is I didn't install PyQt5 correctly. So I delete PyQt5 folder and download again. And redo everything from very start.

After redoing, I got the error as my last update at my question. So, when I search at stack, I got the following solution from here

sudo ln -s /usr/include/python2.7 /usr/local/include/python2.7

And then, I did "sudo make" and "sudo make install" step by step. After "sudo make install", I got the following error. But I ignored it and I created a simple design with qt designer. And I converted it into python file by pyuic5. Everything are going well.

install -m 755 -p /home/thura/PyQt/pyuic5 /usr/bin/
strip /usr/bin/pyuic5
strip:/usr/bin/pyuic5: File format not recognized
make: [install_pyuic5] Error 1 (ignored)

Web API Put Request generates an Http 405 Method Not Allowed error

Your client application and server application must be under same domain, for example :

client - localhost

server - localhost

and not :

client - localhost:21234

server - localhost

Error Message : Cannot find or open the PDB file

The PDB file is a Visual Studio specific file that has the debugging symbols for your project. You can ignore those messages, unless you're hoping to step into the code for those dlls with the debugger (which is doubtful, as those are system dlls). In other words, you can and should ignore them, as you won't have the PDB files for any of those dlls (by default at least, it turns out you can actually obtain them when debugging via the Microsoft Symbol Server). All it means is that when you set a breakpoint and are stepping through the code, you won't be able to step into any of those dlls (which you wouldn't want to do anyways).

Just for completeness, here's the official PDB description from MSDN:

A program database (PDB) file holds debugging and project state information that allows incremental linking of a Debug configuration of your program. A PDB file is created when you compile a C/C++ program with /ZI or /Zi

Also for future reference, if you want to have PDB files for your own code, you would would have to build your project with either the /ZI or /Zi options enabled (you can set them via project properties --> C/C++ --> General, then set the field for "Debug Information Format"). Not relevant to your situation, but I figured it might be useful in the future

Can't use WAMP , port 80 is used by IIS 7.5

This happens to me once: I uninstalled the IIS, and the port 80 still was used. Well the problem was that also I had the Report Service of the Sql Server 2012 installed, so I stopped that service and the problems solves.

See Stop Or Uninstall IIS for running Wamp Server (Apache) on default port (:80) question for more details.

Hope this helps some body, as it help to me.

TypeError: 'float' object is not callable

There is an operator missing, likely a *:

-3.7 need_something_here (prof[x])

The "is not callable" occurs because the parenthesis -- and lack of operator which would have switched the parenthesis into precedence operators -- make Python try to call the result of -3.7 (a float) as a function, which is not allowed.

The parenthesis are also not needed in this case, the following may be sufficient/correct:

-3.7 * prof[x]

As Legolas points out, there are other things which may need to be addressed:

2.25 * (1 - math.pow(math.e, (-3.7(prof[x])/2.25))) * (math.e, (0/2.25)))
                                  ^-- op missing
                                                    extra parenthesis --^
               valid but questionable float*tuple --^
                                     expression yields 0.0 always --^

Refresh image with a new one at the same url

Here's my solution. It's very simple. The frame scheduling could be better.

<!doctype html>
<html>
    <head>
        <meta charset="utf-8">      
        <title>Image Refresh</title>
    </head>

    <body>

    <!-- Get the initial image. -->
    <img id="frame" src="frame.jpg">

    <script>        
        // Use an off-screen image to load the next frame.
        var img = new Image();

        // When it is loaded...
        img.addEventListener("load", function() {

            // Set the on-screen image to the same source. This should be instant because
            // it is already loaded.
            document.getElementById("frame").src = img.src;

            // Schedule loading the next frame.
            setTimeout(function() {
                img.src = "frame.jpg?" + (new Date).getTime();
            }, 1000/15); // 15 FPS (more or less)
        })

        // Start the loading process.
        img.src = "frame.jpg?" + (new Date).getTime();
    </script>
    </body>
</html>

How to add to an NSDictionary

When ever the array is declared, then only we have to add the key-value's in NSDictionary like

NSDictionary *normalDict = [[NSDictionary alloc]initWithObjectsAndKeys:@"Value1",@"Key1",@"Value2",@"Key2",@"Value3",@"Key3",nil];

we cannot add or remove the key values in this NSDictionary

Where as in NSMutableDictionary we can add the objects after intialization of array also by using this method

NSMutableDictionary *mutableDict = [[NSMutableDictionary alloc]init];'
[mutableDict setObject:@"Value1" forKey:@"Key1"];
[mutableDict setObject:@"Value2" forKey:@"Key2"];
[mutableDict setObject:@"Value3" forKey:@"Key3"];

for removing the key value we have to use the following code

[mutableDict removeObject:@"Value1" forKey:@"Key1"];

pip install from git repo branch

Prepend the url prefix git+ (See VCS Support):

pip install git+https://github.com/tangentlabs/django-oscar-paypal.git@issue/34/oscar-0.6

And specify the branch name without the leading /.

PHP 7 RC3: How to install missing MySQL PDO

First, check if your php.ini has the extension enabled "php_pdo_mysql" and "php_mysqli" and the path of "extension_dir" is correct. If you need one of above configuration, then, you must restart the php-fpm to apply the changes.

In my case (where i am using the Windows OS in the company, i really prefer OSX or Linux), i solved the problem putting this values in the php.ini:

; ...

extension_dir = "ext"

; ... 

extension=php_mysqli.dll
extension=php_pdo_mysql.dll

; ...

I hope this helps.

How to color the Git console?

In Ubuntu or any other platform (yes, Windows too!); starting git1.8.4, which was released 2013-08-23, you won't have to do anything:

Many tutorials teach users to set "color.ui" to "auto" as the first thing after you set "user.name/email" to introduce yourselves to Git. Now the variable defaults to "auto".

So you will see colors by default.

How to install popper.js with Bootstrap 4?

Pawel and Jobayer has already mentioned about how to install popper.js through npm.

If you are using front-end package manager like bower. use the following command

bower install popper.js --save

How to make a stable two column layout in HTML/CSS

Piece of cake.

Use 960Grids Go to the automatic layout builder and make a two column, fluid design. Build a left column to the width of grids that works....this is the only challenge using grids and it's very easy once you read a tutorial. In a nutshell, each column in a grid is a certain width, and you set the amount of columns you want to use. To get a column that's exactly a certain width, you have to adjust your math so that your column width is exact. Not too tough.

No chance of wrapping because others have already fought that battle for you. Compatibility back as far as you likely will ever need to go. Quick and easy....Now, download, customize and deploy.

Voila. Grids FTW.

Find by key deep in a nested array

Improved @haitaka answer, using the key and predicate

function  deepSearch (object, key, predicate) {
    if (object.hasOwnProperty(key) && predicate(key, object[key]) === true) return object

    for (let i = 0; i < Object.keys(object).length; i++) {
      let value = object[Object.keys(object)[i]];
      if (typeof value === "object" && value != null) {
        let o = deepSearch(object[Object.keys(object)[i]], key, predicate)
        if (o != null) return o
      }
    }
    return null
}

So this can be invoked as:

var result = deepSearch(myObject, 'id', (k, v) => v === 1);

or

var result = deepSearch(myObject, 'title', (k, v) => v === 'Some Recommends');

Here is the demo: http://jsfiddle.net/a21dx6c0/

EDITED

In the same way you can find more than one object

function deepSearchItems(object, key, predicate) {
        let ret = [];
        if (object.hasOwnProperty(key) && predicate(key, object[key]) === true) {
            ret = [...ret, object];
        }
        if (Object.keys(object).length) {
            for (let i = 0; i < Object.keys(object).length; i++) {
                let value = object[Object.keys(object)[i]];
                if (typeof value === "object" && value != null) {
                    let o = this.deepSearchItems(object[Object.keys(object)[i]], key, predicate);
                    if (o != null && o instanceof Array) {
                        ret = [...ret, ...o];
                    }
                }
            }
        }
        return ret;
    }

How to compare strings

In C++ the std::string class implements the comparison operators, so you can perform the comparison using == just as you would expect:

if (string == "add") { ... }

When used properly, operator overloading is an excellent C++ feature.

filter out multiple criteria using excel vba

I don't have found any solution on Internet, so I have implemented one.

The Autofilter code with criteria is then

iColNumber = 1
Dim aFilterValueArray() As Variant
Call ConstructFilterValueArray(aFilterValueArray, iColNumber, Array("A", "B", "C"))

ActiveSheet.range(sRange).AutoFilter Field:=iColNumber _
    , Criteria1:=aFilterValueArray _
    , Operator:=xlFilterValues

In fact, the ConstructFilterValueArray() method (not function) get all distinct values that it found in a specific column and remove all values present in last argument.

The VBA code of this method is

'************************************************************
'* ConstructFilterValueArray()
'************************************************************

Sub ConstructFilterValueArray(a() As Variant, iCol As Integer, aRemoveArray As Variant)

    Dim aValue As New Collection
    Call GetDistinctColumnValue(aValue, iCol)
    Call RemoveValueList(aValue, aRemoveArray)
    Call CollectionToArray(a, aValue)

End Sub

'************************************************************
'* GetDistinctColumnValue()
'************************************************************

Sub GetDistinctColumnValue(ByRef aValue As Collection, iCol As Integer)

    Dim sValue As String

    iEmptyValueCount = 0
    iLastRow = ActiveSheet.UsedRange.Rows.Count

    Dim oSheet: Set oSheet = Sheets("X")

    Sheets("Data")
        .range(Cells(1, iCol), Cells(iLastRow, iCol)) _
            .AdvancedFilter Action:=xlFilterCopy _
                          , CopyToRange:=oSheet.range("A1") _
                          , Unique:=True

    iRow = 2
    Do While True
        sValue = Trim(oSheet.Cells(iRow, 1))
        If sValue = "" Then
            If iEmptyValueCount > 0 Then
                Exit Do
            End If
            iEmptyValueCount = iEmptyValueCount + 1
        End If

        aValue.Add sValue
        iRow = iRow + 1
    Loop

End Sub

'************************************************************
'* RemoveValueList()
'************************************************************

Sub RemoveValueList(ByRef aValue As Collection, aRemoveArray As Variant)

    For i = LBound(aRemoveArray) To UBound(aRemoveArray)
        sValue = aRemoveArray(i)
        iMax = aValue.Count
        For j = iMax To 0 Step -1
            If aValue(j) = sValue Then
                aValue.Remove (j)
                Exit For
            End If
        Next j
     Next i

End Sub

'************************************************************
'* CollectionToArray()
'************************************************************

Sub CollectionToArray(a() As Variant, c As Collection)

    iSize = c.Count - 1
    ReDim a(iSize)

    For i = 0 To iSize
        a(i) = c.Item(i + 1)
    Next

End Sub

This code can certainly be improved in returning an Array of String but working with Array in VBA is not easy.

CAUTION: this code work only if you define a sheet named X because CopyToRange parameter used in AdvancedFilter() need an Excel Range !

It's a shame that Microfsoft doesn't have implemented this solution in adding simply a new enum as xlNotFilterValues ! ... or xlRegexMatch !

Java string split with "." (dot)

This is because . is a reserved character in regular expression, representing any character. Instead, we should use the following statement:

String extensionRemoved = filename.split("\\.")[0];

regex to match a single character that is anything but a space

  • \s matches any white-space character
  • \S matches any non-white-space character
  • You can match a space character with just the space character;
  • [^ ] matches anything but a space character.

Pick whichever is most appropriate.

How to properly overload the << operator for an ostream?

To add to Mehrdad answer ,

namespace Math
{
    class Matrix
    {
       public:

       [...]


    }   
    std::ostream& operator<< (std::ostream& stream, const Math::Matrix& matrix);
}

In your implementation

std::ostream& operator<<(std::ostream& stream, 
                     const Math::Matrix& matrix) {
    matrix.print(stream); //assuming you define print for matrix 
    return stream;
 }

Matplotlib different size subplots

I used pyplot's axes object to manually adjust the sizes without using GridSpec:

import matplotlib.pyplot as plt
import numpy as np
x = np.arange(0, 10, 0.2)
y = np.sin(x)

# definitions for the axes
left, width = 0.07, 0.65
bottom, height = 0.1, .8
bottom_h = left_h = left+width+0.02

rect_cones = [left, bottom, width, height]
rect_box = [left_h, bottom, 0.17, height]

fig = plt.figure()

cones = plt.axes(rect_cones)
box = plt.axes(rect_box)

cones.plot(x, y)

box.plot(y, x)

plt.show()

CFLAGS vs CPPFLAGS

The implicit make rule for compiling a C program is

%.o:%.c
    $(CC) $(CPPFLAGS) $(CFLAGS) -c -o $@ $<

where the $() syntax expands the variables. As both CPPFLAGS and CFLAGS are used in the compiler call, which you use to define include paths is a matter of personal taste. For instance if foo.c is a file in the current directory

make foo.o CPPFLAGS="-I/usr/include"
make foo.o CFLAGS="-I/usr/include"

will both call your compiler in exactly the same way, namely

gcc -I/usr/include -c -o foo.o foo.c

The difference between the two comes into play when you have multiple languages which need the same include path, for instance if you have bar.cpp then try

make bar.o CPPFLAGS="-I/usr/include"
make bar.o CFLAGS="-I/usr/include"

then the compilations will be

g++ -I/usr/include -c -o bar.o bar.cpp
g++ -c -o bar.o bar.cpp

as the C++ implicit rule also uses the CPPFLAGS variable.

This difference gives you a good guide for which to use - if you want the flag to be used for all languages put it in CPPFLAGS, if it's for a specific language put it in CFLAGS, CXXFLAGS etc. Examples of the latter type include standard compliance or warning flags - you wouldn't want to pass -std=c99 to your C++ compiler!

You might then end up with something like this in your makefile

CPPFLAGS=-I/usr/include
CFLAGS=-std=c99
CXXFLAGS=-Weffc++

Python timedelta in years

Get the number of days, then divide by 365.2425 (the mean Gregorian year) for years. Divide by 30.436875 (the mean Gregorian month) for months.

Redirecting to a certain route based on condition

A different way of implementing login redirection is to use events and interceptors as described here. The article describes some additional advantages such as detecting when a login is required, queuing the requests, and replaying them once the login is successful.

You can try out a working demo here and view the demo source here.

Creating a new column based on if-elif-else condition

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Lets say above one is your original dataframe and you want to add a new column 'old'

If age greater than 50 then we consider as older=yes otherwise False

step 1: Get the indexes of rows whose age greater than 50

row_indexes=df[df['age']>=50].index

step 2: Using .loc we can assign a new value to column

df.loc[row_indexes,'elderly']="yes"

same for age below less than 50

row_indexes=df[df['age']<50].index

df[row_indexes,'elderly']="no"

How to set input type date's default value to today?

Here is an easy way to do this with javascript.

    var date = new Date();
    var datestring = ('0000' + date.getFullYear()).slice(-4) + '-' + ('00' + (date.getMonth() + 1)).slice(-2) + '-' + ('00' + date.getDate()).slice(-2) + 'T'+  ('00' +  date.getHours()).slice(-2) + ':'+ ('00' + date.getMinutes()).slice(-2) +'Z';
    document.getElementById('MyDateTimeInputElement').value = datestring;

Merge two (or more) lists into one, in C# .NET

Assuming you want a list containing all of the products for the specified category-Ids, you can treat your query as a projection followed by a flattening operation. There's a LINQ operator that does that: SelectMany.

// implicitly List<Product>
var products = new[] { CategoryId1, CategoryId2, CategoryId3 }
                     .SelectMany(id => GetAllProducts(id))
                     .ToList();

In C# 4, you can shorten the SelectMany to: .SelectMany(GetAllProducts)

If you already have lists representing the products for each Id, then what you need is a concatenation, as others point out.

Emulate a 403 error page

Include the custom error page after changing the header.

Mocking python function based on input arguments

You can also use @mock.patch.object:

Let's say a module my_module.py uses pandas to read from a database and we would like to test this module by mocking pd.read_sql_table method (which takes table_name as argument).

What you can do is to create (inside your test) a db_mock method that returns different objects depending on the argument provided:

def db_mock(**kwargs):
    if kwargs['table_name'] == 'table_1':
        # return some DataFrame
    elif kwargs['table_name'] == 'table_2':
        # return some other DataFrame

In your test function you then do:

import my_module as my_module_imported

@mock.patch.object(my_module_imported.pd, "read_sql_table", new_callable=lambda: db_mock)
def test_my_module(mock_read_sql_table):
    # You can now test any methods from `my_module`, e.g. `foo` and any call this 
    # method does to `read_sql_table` will be mocked by `db_mock`, e.g.
    ret = my_module_imported.foo(table_name='table_1')
    # `ret` is some DataFrame returned by `db_mock`

Test if executable exists in Python?

I know that I'm being a bit of a necromancer here, but I stumbled across this question and the accepted solution didn't work for me for all cases Thought it might be useful to submit anyway. In particular, the "executable" mode detection, and the requirement of supplying the file extension. Furthermore, both python3.3's shutil.which (uses PATHEXT) and python2.4+'s distutils.spawn.find_executable (just tries adding '.exe') only work in a subset of cases.

So I wrote a "super" version (based on the accepted answer, and the PATHEXT suggestion from Suraj). This version of which does the task a bit more thoroughly, and tries a series of "broadphase" breadth-first techniques first, and eventually tries more fine-grained searches over the PATH space:

import os
import sys
import stat
import tempfile


def is_case_sensitive_filesystem():
    tmphandle, tmppath = tempfile.mkstemp()
    is_insensitive = os.path.exists(tmppath.upper())
    os.close(tmphandle)
    os.remove(tmppath)
    return not is_insensitive

_IS_CASE_SENSITIVE_FILESYSTEM = is_case_sensitive_filesystem()


def which(program, case_sensitive=_IS_CASE_SENSITIVE_FILESYSTEM):
    """ Simulates unix `which` command. Returns absolute path if program found """
    def is_exe(fpath):
        """ Return true if fpath is a file we have access to that is executable """
        accessmode = os.F_OK | os.X_OK
        if os.path.exists(fpath) and os.access(fpath, accessmode) and not os.path.isdir(fpath):
            filemode = os.stat(fpath).st_mode
            ret = bool(filemode & stat.S_IXUSR or filemode & stat.S_IXGRP or filemode & stat.S_IXOTH)
            return ret

    def list_file_exts(directory, search_filename=None, ignore_case=True):
        """ Return list of (filename, extension) tuples which match the search_filename"""
        if ignore_case:
            search_filename = search_filename.lower()
        for root, dirs, files in os.walk(path):
            for f in files:
                filename, extension = os.path.splitext(f)
                if ignore_case:
                    filename = filename.lower()
                if not search_filename or filename == search_filename:
                    yield (filename, extension)
            break

    fpath, fname = os.path.split(program)

    # is a path: try direct program path
    if fpath:
        if is_exe(program):
            return program
    elif "win" in sys.platform:
        # isnt a path: try fname in current directory on windows
        if is_exe(fname):
            return program

    paths = [path.strip('"') for path in os.environ.get("PATH", "").split(os.pathsep)]
    exe_exts = [ext for ext in os.environ.get("PATHEXT", "").split(os.pathsep)]
    if not case_sensitive:
        exe_exts = map(str.lower, exe_exts)

    # try append program path per directory
    for path in paths:
        exe_file = os.path.join(path, program)
        if is_exe(exe_file):
            return exe_file

    # try with known executable extensions per program path per directory
    for path in paths:
        filepath = os.path.join(path, program)
        for extension in exe_exts:
            exe_file = filepath+extension
            if is_exe(exe_file):
                return exe_file

    # try search program name with "soft" extension search
    if len(os.path.splitext(fname)[1]) == 0:
        for path in paths:
            file_exts = list_file_exts(path, fname, not case_sensitive)
            for file_ext in file_exts:
                filename = "".join(file_ext)
                exe_file = os.path.join(path, filename)
                if is_exe(exe_file):
                    return exe_file

    return None

Usage looks like this:

>>> which.which("meld")
'C:\\Program Files (x86)\\Meld\\meld\\meld.exe'

The accepted solution did not work for me in this case, since there were files like meld.1, meld.ico, meld.doap, etc also in the directory, one of which were returned instead (presumably since lexicographically first) because the executable test in the accepted answer was incomplete and giving false positives.

Background position, margin-top?

#div-name

{

  background-image: url('../images/background-art-main.jpg');
  background-position: top right 50px;
  background-repeat: no-repeat;
}

How can I combine flexbox and vertical scroll in a full-height app?

Thanks to https://stackoverflow.com/users/1652962/cimmanon that gave me the answer.

The solution is setting a height to the vertical scrollable element. For example:

#container article {
    flex: 1 1 auto;
    overflow-y: auto;
    height: 0px;
}

The element will have height because flexbox recalculates it unless you want a min-height so you can use height: 100px; that it is exactly the same as: min-height: 100px;

#container article {
    flex: 1 1 auto;
    overflow-y: auto;
    height: 100px; /* == min-height: 100px*/
}

So the best solution if you want a min-height in the vertical scroll:

#container article {
    flex: 1 1 auto;
    overflow-y: auto;
    min-height: 100px;
}

If you just want full vertical scroll in case there is no enough space to see the article:

#container article {
    flex: 1 1 auto;
    overflow-y: auto;
    min-height: 0px;
}

The final code: http://jsfiddle.net/ch7n6/867/

Laravel 5.2 - pluck() method returns array

In the original example, why not use the select() method in your database query?

$name = DB::table('users')->where('name', 'John')->select("id");

This will be faster than using a PHP framework, for it'll utilize the SQL query to do the row selection for you. For ordinary collections, I don't believe this applies, but since you're using a database...

Larvel 5.3: Specifying a Select Clause

Add custom icons to font awesome

Depends on what you have. If your svg icon is just a path, then it's easy enough to add that glyph by just copying the 'd' attribute to a new <glyph> element. However, the path needs to be scaled to the font's coordinate system (the EM-square, which typically is [0,0,2048,2048] - the standard for Truetype fonts) and aligned with the baseline you want.

Not all browsers support svg fonts however, so you're going to have to convert it to other formats too if you want it to work everywhere.

Fontforge can import svg files (select a glyph slot, File > Import and then select your svg image), and you can then convert to all the relevant font formats (svg, truetype, woff etc).

How to set session attribute in java?

Java file : Jclass.java

package Jclasspackage

public class Jclass {

    public String uname ;
    /**
     * @return the uname
     */
    public String getUname() {
        return uname;
    }

    /**
     * @param uname the uname to set
     */
    public void setUname(String uname) {
        this.uname = uname;
    }

    public Jclass() {
        this.uname = null;
    }

    public static void main(String[] args) {

    }
}

JSP file: sample.jsp

    <%@ page language="java"
    import="java.util.*,java.io.*"
    pageEncoding="ISO-8859-1"%>

<jsp:directive.page import="Jclasspackage.Jclass.java" />   
<% Jclass jc = new Jclass();
String username = (String)request.getAttribute("un")
jc.setUname(username);
%>

-----------------

In this way you can access the username in the java file using "this.username" in the class

What is the best way to uninstall gems from a rails3 project?

With newer versions of bundler you can use the clean task:

$ bundle help clean
Usage:
    bundle clean

Options:
    [--dry-run=only print out changes, do not actually clean gems]
    [--force=forces clean even if --path is not set]
    [--no-color=Disable colorization in output]
    -V, [--verbose=Enable verbose output mode]

Cleans up unused gems in your bundler directory
$ bundle clean --dry-run --force
Would have removed actionmailer (3.1.12)
Would have removed actionmailer (3.2.0.rc2)
Would have removed actionpack (3.1.12)
Would have removed actionpack (3.2.0.rc2)
Would have removed activemodel (3.1.12)
...

edit:

This is not recommended if you're using a global gemset (i.e. - all of your projects keep their gems in the same place). There're few ways to keep each project's gems separate, though:

  1. rvm gemsets (http://rvm.io/gemsets/basics)
  2. bundle install with any of the following options: --deployment or --path=<path> (http://bundler.io/v1.3/man/bundle-install.1.html)

Oracle 'Partition By' and 'Row_Number' keyword

I know this is an old thread but PARTITION is the equiv of GROUP BY not ORDER BY. ORDER BY in this function is . . . ORDER BY. It's just a way to create uniqueness out of redundancy by adding a sequence number. Or you may eliminate the other redundant records by the WHERE clause when referencing the aliased column for the function. However, DISTINCT in the SELECT statement would probably accomplish the same thing in that regard.

SQL: How To Select Earliest Row

Simply use min()

SELECT company, workflow, MIN(date) 
FROM workflowTable 
GROUP BY company, workflow

Removing page title and date when printing web page (with CSS?)

A possible workaround for the page title:

  • Provide a print button,
  • catch the onclick event,
  • use javascript to change the page title,
  • then execute the print command via javascript as well.

document.title = "Print page title"; window.print();

This should work in every browser.

PHP/MySQL: How to create a comment section in your website

You can create a 'comment' table, with an id as primary key, then you add a text field to capture the text inserted by the user and you need another field to link the comment table to the article table (foreign key). Plus you need a field to store the user that has entered a comment, this field can be the user's email. Then you capture via GET or POST the user's email and comment and you insert everything in the DB:

"INSERT INTO comment (comment, email, approved) VALUES ('$comment', '$email', '$approved')"

This is a first hint. Of course adding a comment feature it takes a little bit. Then you should think about a form to let the admin to approve the comments and how to publish the comments in the end of articles.

I'm getting Key error in python

I fully agree with the Key error comments. You could also use the dictionary's get() method as well to avoid the exceptions. This could also be used to give a default path rather than None as shown below.

>>> d = {"a":1, "b":2}
>>> x = d.get("A",None)
>>> print x
None

LINQ Aggregate algorithm explained

Everyone has given his explanation. My explanation is like that.

Aggregate method applies a function to each item of a collection. For example, let's have collection { 6, 2, 8, 3 } and the function Add (operator +) it does (((6+2)+8)+3) and returns 19

var numbers = new List<int> { 6, 2, 8, 3 };
int sum = numbers.Aggregate(func: (result, item) => result + item);
// sum: (((6+2)+8)+3) = 19

In this example there is passed named method Add instead of lambda expression.

var numbers = new List<int> { 6, 2, 8, 3 };
int sum = numbers.Aggregate(func: Add);
// sum: (((6+2)+8)+3) = 19

private static int Add(int x, int y) { return x + y; }

Is it possible to get the current spark context settings in PySpark?

Yes: sc.getConf().getAll()

Which uses the method:

SparkConf.getAll()

as accessed by

SparkContext.sc.getConf()

Note the Underscore: that makes this tricky. I had to look at the spark source code to figure it out ;)

But it does work:

In [4]: sc.getConf().getAll()
Out[4]:
[(u'spark.master', u'local'),
 (u'spark.rdd.compress', u'True'),
 (u'spark.serializer.objectStreamReset', u'100'),
 (u'spark.app.name', u'PySparkShell')]

MVC 3 file upload and model binding

Your form doesn't contain any input tag other than the file so in your controller action you cannot expect to get anything else than the uploaded file (that's all that's being sent to the server). One way to achieve this would be to include a hidden tag containing the id of the model which will allow you to retrieve it from your datastore inside the controller action you are posting to (use this if the user is not supposed to modify the model but simply attach a file):

@using (Html.BeginForm("Uploadfile", "Containers", FormMethod.Post, new { enctype = "multipart/form-data" }))
{
    @Html.HiddenFor(x => x.Id)
    <input type="file" name="file" id="file" />
    <input type="submit" value="submit" />
}

and then in your controller action:

[HttpPost]
public ActionResult Uploadfile(int id, HttpPostedFileBase file)
{
    Containers containers = Repository.GetContainers(id);
    ...
}

On the other hand if you wanted to allow the user to modify this model then you will need to include the proper input fields for each field of your model that you want to be sent to the server:

@using (Html.BeginForm("Uploadfile", "Containers", FormMethod.Post, new { enctype = "multipart/form-data" }))
{
    @Html.TextBoxFor(x => x.Prop1)
    @Html.TextBoxFor(x => x.Prop2)
    @Html.TextBoxFor(x => x.Prop3)
    <input type="file" name="file" id="file" />
    <input type="submit" value="submit" />
}

and then you will have the default model binder reconstruct this model from the request:

[HttpPost]
public ActionResult Uploadfile(Container containers, HttpPostedFileBase file)
{
    ...
}

How can I compile a Java program in Eclipse without running it?

You can un-check the build automatically in Project menu and then build by hand by type Ctrl + B, or clicking an icon the appears to the right of the printer icon.

Convert Unix timestamp to a date string

Python:

python -c "from datetime import datetime; print(datetime.fromtimestamp($TIMESTAMP))"

Real differences between "java -server" and "java -client"?

Last time I had a look at this, (and admittedly it was a while back) the biggest difference I noticed was in the garbage collection.

IIRC:

  • The server heap VM has a differnt number of generations than the Client VM, and a different garbage collection algorithm. This may not be true anymore
  • The server VM will allocate memory and not release it to the OS
  • The server VM will use more sophisticated optimisation algorithms, and hence have bigger time and memory requirements for optimisation

If you can compare two java VMs, one client, one server using the jvisualvm tool, you should see a difference in the frequency and effect of the garbage collection, as well as in the number of generations.

I had a pair of screenshots that showed the difference really well, but I can't reproduce as I have a 64 bit JVM which only implements the server VM. (And I can't be bothered to download and wrangle the 32 bit version on my system as well.)

This doesn't seem to be the case anymore, having tried running some code on windows with both server and client VMs, I seem to get the same generation model for both...

How do I measure a time interval in C?

Great answers for GNU environments above and below...

But... what if you're not running on an OS? (or a PC for that matter, or you need to time your timer interrupts themselves?) Here's a solution that uses the x86 CPU timestamp counter directly... Not because this is good practice, or should be done, ever, when running under an OS...

  • Caveat: Only works on x86, with frequency scaling disabled.
  • Under Linux, only works on non-tickless kernels

rdtsc.c:

#include <sys/time.h>
#include <time.h>
#include <stdio.h>
#include <stdlib.h>
#include <string.h>

typedef unsigned long long int64;

static __inline__ int64 getticks(void)
{
     unsigned a, d;
     asm volatile("rdtsc" : "=a" (a), "=d" (d));
     return (((int64)a) | (((int64)d) << 32));
}

int main(){

     int64 tick,tick1;
     unsigned time=0,mt;

     // mt is the divisor to give microseconds

     FILE *pf;
     int i,r,l,n=0;
     char s[100];

     // time how long it takes to get the divisors, as a test 
     tick = getticks();

     // get the divisors  - todo: for max performance this can 
     // output a new binary or library with these values hardcoded 
     // for the relevant CPU - if you use the equivalent assembler for
     // that CPU
     pf = fopen("/proc/cpuinfo","r");
     do {
      r=fscanf(pf,"%s",&s[0]);
      if (r<0) {
       n=5; break;
      } else if (n==0) {
       if (strcmp("MHz",s)==0) n=1;
      } else if (n==1) {
       if (strcmp(":",s)==0) n=2;
      } else if (n==2) {
       n=3;
      };
     } while (n<3);
     fclose(pf);

     s[9]=(char)0;
     strcpy(&s[4],&s[5]);
     mt=atoi(s);

     printf("#define mt %u // (%s Hz) hardcode this for your a CPU-specific binary ;-)\n",mt,s);

     tick1 = getticks();
     time = (unsigned)((tick1-tick)/mt);
     printf("%u ms\n",time);

     // time the duration of sleep(1) - plus overheads ;-)
     tick = getticks();

     sleep(1);

     tick1 = getticks();
     time = (unsigned)((tick1-tick)/mt);
     printf("%u ms\n",time);

     return 0;
}

compile and run with

$ gcc rdtsc.c -o rdtsc && ./rdtsc

It reads the divisor for your CPU from /proc/cpuinfo and shows how long it took to read that in microseconds, as well as how long it takes to execute sleep(1) in microseconds... Assuming the Mhz rating in /proc/cpuinfo always contains 3 decimal places :-o

When do I need a fb:app_id or fb:admins?

Including the fb:app_id tag in your HTML HEAD will allow the Facebook scraper to associate the Open Graph entity for that URL with an application. This will allow any admins of that app to view Insights about that URL and any social plugins connected with it.

The fb:admins tag is similar, but allows you to just specify each user ID that you would like to give the permission to do the above.

You can include either of these tags or both, depending on how many people you want to admin the Insights, etc. A single as fb:admins is pretty much a minimum requirement. The rest of the Open Graph tags will still be picked up when people share and like your URL, however it may cause problems in the future, so please include one of the above.

fb:admins is specified like this:
<meta property="fb:admins" content="USER_ID"/>
OR
<meta property="fb:admins" content="USER_ID,USER_ID2,USER_ID3"/>

and fb:app_id like this:
<meta property="fb:app_id" content="APPID"/>

How can I control the width of a label tag?

label {
  width:200px;
  display: inline-block;
}

OR 

label {
  width:200px;
  display: inline-flex;
}

OR 

label {
  width:200px;
  display: inline-table;
}

How can I concatenate two arrays in Java?

The easiest way i could find is as following :


List allFiltersList = Arrays.asList(regularFilters);
allFiltersList.addAll(Arrays.asList(preFiltersArray));
Filter[] mergedFilterArray = (Filter[]) allFiltersList.toArray();

CSS override rules and specificity

The important needs to be inside the ;

td.rule2 div {     background-color: #ffff00 !important; } 

in fact i believe this should override it

td.rule2 { background-color: #ffff00 !important; } 

SOAP-UI - How to pass xml inside parameter

Either encode the needed XML entities or use CDATA.

<arg0>
    <!--Optional:-->
    <parameter1>&lt;test>like this&lt;/test></parameter1>
    <!--Optional:-->
    <parameter2><![CDATA[<test>or like this</test>]]></parameter2>
 </arg0>

Object Required Error in excel VBA

The Set statement is only used for object variables (like Range, Cell or Worksheet in Excel), while the simple equal sign '=' is used for elementary datatypes like Integer. You can find a good explanation for when to use set here.

The other problem is, that your variable g1val isn't actually declared as Integer, but has the type Variant. This is because the Dim statement doesn't work the way you would expect it, here (see example below). The variable has to be followed by its type right away, otherwise its type will default to Variant. You can only shorten your Dim statement this way:

Dim intColumn As Integer, intRow As Integer  'This creates two integers

For this reason, you will see the "Empty" instead of the expected "0" in the Watches window.

Try this example to understand the difference:

Sub Dimming()

  Dim thisBecomesVariant, thisIsAnInteger As Integer
  Dim integerOne As Integer, integerTwo As Integer

  MsgBox TypeName(thisBecomesVariant)  'Will display "Empty"
  MsgBox TypeName(thisIsAnInteger )  'Will display "Integer"
  MsgBox TypeName(integerOne )  'Will display "Integer"
  MsgBox TypeName(integerTwo )  'Will display "Integer"

  'By assigning an Integer value to a Variant it becomes Integer, too
  thisBecomesVariant = 0
  MsgBox TypeName(thisBecomesVariant)  'Will display "Integer"

End Sub

Two further notices on your code:

First remark: Instead of writing

'If g1val is bigger than the value in the current cell
If g1val > Cells(33, i).Value Then
  g1val = g1val   'Don't change g1val
Else
  g1val = Cells(33, i).Value  'Otherwise set g1val to the cell's value
End If

you could simply write

'If g1val is smaller or equal than the value in the current cell
If g1val <= Cells(33, i).Value Then
  g1val = Cells(33, i).Value  'Set g1val to the cell's value 
End If

Since you don't want to change g1val in the other case.

Second remark: I encourage you to use Option Explicit when programming, to prevent typos in your program. You will then have to declare all variables and the compiler will give you a warning if a variable is unknown.

A fatal error has been detected by the Java Runtime Environment: SIGSEGV, libjvm

Not really to answer OP's question (it's resolved anyway), but to help people who may stumble into the similar issue.

Here is what we had:

#
# A fatal error has been detected by the Java Runtime Environment:
#
#  SIGSEGV (0xb) at pc=0x0000000000000000, pid=11, tid=139910430250752
#
# JRE version: Java(TM) SE Runtime Environment (8.0_77-b03) (build 1.8.0_77-b03)
# Java VM: Java HotSpot(TM) 64-Bit Server VM (25.77-b03 mixed mode linux-amd64 compressed oops)
# Problematic frame:
# C  0x0000000000000000
#
# Core dump written. Default location: /builds/c5b22963/0/reporting/arsng2/core or core.11
#

The reason was defective RAM.

What's the difference between Apache's Mesos and Google's Kubernetes

Kubernetes is an open source project that brings 'Google style' cluster management capabilities to the world of virtual machines, or 'on the metal' scenarios. It works very well with modern operating system environments (like CoreOS or Red Hat Atomic) that offer up lightweight computing 'nodes' that are managed for you. It is written in Golang and is lightweight, modular, portable and extensible. We (the Kubernetes team) are working with a number of different technology companies (including Mesosphere who curate the Mesos open source project) to establish Kubernetes as the standard way to interact with computing clusters. The idea is to reproduce the patterns that we see people needing to build cluster applications based on our experience at Google. Some of these concepts include:

  • pods — a way to group containers together
  • replication controllers — a way to handle the lifecycle of containers
  • labels — a way to find and query containers, and
  • services — a set of containers performing a common function.

So with Kubernetes alone you will have something that is simple, easy to get up-and-running, portable and extensible that adds 'cluster' as a noun to the things that you manage in the lightest weight manner possible. Run an application on a cluster, and stop worrying about an individual machine. In this case, cluster is a flexible resource just like a VM. It is a logical computing unit. Turn it up, use it, resize it, turn it down quickly and easily.

With Mesos, there is a fair amount of overlap in terms of the basic vision, but the products are at quite different points in their lifecycle and have different sweet spots. Mesos is a distributed systems kernel that stitches together a lot of different machines into a logical computer. It was born for a world where you own a lot of physical resources to create a big static computing cluster. The great thing about it is that lots of modern scalable data processing application run well on Mesos (Hadoop, Kafka, Spark) and it is nice because you can run them all on the same basic resource pool, along with your new age container packaged apps. It is somewhat more heavy weight than the Kubernetes project, but is getting easier and easier to manage thanks to the work of folks like Mesosphere.

Now what gets really interesting is that Mesos is currently being adapted to add a lot of the Kubernetes concepts and to support the Kubernetes API. So it will be a gateway to getting more capabilities for your Kubernetes app (high availability master, more advanced scheduling semantics, ability to scale to a very large number of nodes) if you need them, and is well suited to run production workloads (Kubernetes is still in an alpha state).

When asked, I tend to say:

  1. Kubernetes is a great place to start if you are new to the clustering world; it is the quickest, easiest and lightest way to kick the tires and start experimenting with cluster oriented development. It offers a very high level of portability since it is being supported by a lot of different providers (Microsoft, IBM, Red Hat, CoreOs, MesoSphere, VMWare, etc).

  2. If you have existing workloads (Hadoop, Spark, Kafka, etc), Mesos gives you a framework that let's you interleave those workloads with each other, and mix in a some of the new stuff including Kubernetes apps.

  3. Mesos gives you an escape valve if you need capabilities that are not yet implemented by the community in the Kubernetes framework.

Load image from url

Try this:

InputStream input = contentResolver.openInputStream(httpuri);
Bitmap b = BitmapFactory.decodeStream(input, null, options);

TINYTEXT, TEXT, MEDIUMTEXT, and LONGTEXT maximum storage sizes

Rising to @Ankan-Zerob's challenge, this is my estimate of the maximum length which can be stored in each text type measured in words:

      Type |         Bytes | English words | Multi-byte words
-----------+---------------+---------------+-----------------
  TINYTEXT |           255 |           ±44 |              ±23
      TEXT |        65,535 |       ±11,000 |           ±5,900
MEDIUMTEXT |    16,777,215 |    ±2,800,000 |       ±1,500,000
  LONGTEXT | 4,294,967,295 |  ±740,000,000 |     ±380,000,000

In English, 4.8 letters per word is probably a good average (eg norvig.com/mayzner.html), though word lengths will vary according to domain (e.g. spoken language vs. academic papers), so there's no point being too precise. English is mostly single-byte ASCII characters, with very occasional multi-byte characters, so close to one-byte-per-letter. An extra character has to be allowed for inter-word spaces, so I've rounded down from 5.8 bytes per word. Languages with lots of accents such as say Polish would store slightly fewer words, as would e.g. German with longer words.

Languages requiring multi-byte characters such as Greek, Arabic, Hebrew, Hindi, Thai, etc, etc typically require two bytes per character in UTF-8. Guessing wildly at 5 letters per word, I've rounded down from 11 bytes per word.

CJK scripts (Hanzi, Kanji, Hiragana, Katakana, etc) I know nothing of; I believe characters mostly require 3 bytes in UTF-8, and (with massive simplification) they might be considered to use around 2 characters per word, so they would be somewhere between the other two. (CJK scripts are likely to require less storage using UTF-16, depending).

This is of course ignoring storage overheads etc.

Add more than one parameter in Twig path

Consider making your route:

_files_manage:
    pattern: /files/management/{project}/{user}
    defaults: { _controller: AcmeTestBundle:File:manage }

since they are required fields. It will make your url's prettier, and be a bit easier to manage.

Your Controller would then look like

 public function projectAction($project, $user)

How to Deserialize XML document

I don't think .net is 'picky about deserializing arrays'. The first xml document is not well formed. There is no root element, although it looks like there is. The canonical xml document has a root and at least 1 element (if at all). In your example:

<Root> <-- well, the root
  <Cars> <-- an element (not a root), it being an array
    <Car> <-- an element, it being an array item
    ...
    </Car>
  </Cars>
</Root>

Using Page_Load and Page_PreRender in ASP.Net

Processing the ASP.NET web-form takes place in stages. At each state various events are raised. If you are interested to plug your code into the processing flow (on server side) then you have to handle appropriate page event.

How to remove trailing whitespace in code, using another script?

If you're looking to tidy up for PEP8, this will trim trailing whitespace for your whole project:

import os

PATH = '/path/to/your/project'

for path, dirs, files in os.walk(PATH):
    for f in files:
        file_name, file_extension = os.path.splitext(f)
        if file_extension == '.py':
            path_name = os.path.join(path, f)
            with open(path_name, 'r') as fh:
                new = [line.rstrip() for line in fh]
            with open(path_name, 'w') as fh:
                [fh.write('%s\n' % line) for line in new]

How do I validate a date in rails?

A bit late here, but thanks to "How do I validate a date in rails?" I managed to write this validator, hope is useful to somebody:

Inside your model.rb

validate :date_field_must_be_a_date_or_blank

# If your field is called :date_field, use :date_field_before_type_cast
def date_field_must_be_a_date_or_blank
  date_field_before_type_cast.to_date
rescue ArgumentError
  errors.add(:birthday, :invalid)
end

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

You need to have

#include <string>

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

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

#ifndef THE_FILE_NAME_H
#define THE_FILE_NAME_H

/* header goes in here */

#endif

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

Freezing Row 1 and Column A at the same time

Select cell B2 and click "Freeze Panes" this will freeze Row 1 and Column A.

For future reference, selecting Freeze Panes in Excel will freeze the rows above your selected cell and the columns to the left of your selected cell. For example, to freeze rows 1 and 2 and column A, you could select cell B3 and click Freeze Panes. You could also freeze columns A and B and row 1, by selecting cell C2 and clicking "Freeze Panes".

Visual Aid on Freeze Panes in Excel 2010 - http://www.dummies.com/how-to/content/how-to-freeze-panes-in-an-excel-2010-worksheet.html

Microsoft Reference Guide (More Complicated, but resourceful none the less) - http://office.microsoft.com/en-us/excel-help/freeze-or-lock-rows-and-columns-HP010342542.aspx

MySQL Multiple Left Joins

To display the all details for each news post title ie. "news.id" which is the primary key, you need to use GROUP BY clause for "news.id"

SELECT news.id, users.username, news.title, news.date,
       news.body, COUNT(comments.id)
FROM news
LEFT JOIN users
ON news.user_id = users.id
LEFT JOIN comments
ON comments.news_id = news.id
GROUP BY news.id

Get the records of last month in SQL server

SELECT * 
FROM Member
WHERE DATEPART(m, date_created) = DATEPART(m, DATEADD(m, -1, getdate()))
AND DATEPART(yyyy, date_created) = DATEPART(yyyy, DATEADD(m, -1, getdate()))

You need to check the month and year.

Returning a boolean value in a JavaScript function

You could simplify this a lot:

  • Check whether one is not empty
  • Check whether they are equal

This will result in this, which will always return a boolean. Your function also should always return a boolean, but you can see it does a little better if you simplify your code:

function validatePassword()
{
   var password = document.getElementById("password");
   var confirm_password = document.getElementById("password_confirm");

   return password.value !== "" && password.value === confirm_password.value;
       //       not empty       and              equal
}

Transaction count after EXECUTE indicates a mismatching number of BEGIN and COMMIT statements. Previous count = 1, current count = 0

This can also occur if your stored procedure encounters a compile failure after opening a transaction (e.g. table not found, invalid column name).

I found i had to use 2 stored procedures a "worker" one and a wrapper one with try/catch both with logic similar to that outlined by Remus Rusanu. The worker catch is used to handle the "normal" failures and the wrapper catch to handle compile failure errors.

https://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/ms175976.aspx

Errors Unaffected by a TRY…CATCH Construct

The following types of errors are not handled by a CATCH block when they occur at the same level of execution as the TRY…CATCH construct:

  • Compile errors, such as syntax errors, that prevent a batch from running.
  • Errors that occur during statement-level recompilation, such as object name resolution errors that occur after compilation because of deferred name resolution.

Hopefully this helps someone else save a few hours of debugging...

What is a 'NoneType' object?

In Python, to represent the absence of a value, you can use the None value types.NoneType.None

What is the best way to check for Internet connectivity using .NET?

For my application we also test by download tiny file.

string remoteUri = "https://www.microsoft.com/favicon.ico"

WebClient myWebClient = new WebClient();

try
{
    byte[] myDataBuffer = myWebClient.DownloadData (remoteUri);
    if(myDataBuffer.length > 0) // Or add more validate. eg. checksum
    {
        return true;
    }
}
catch
{
    return false;
}

Also. Some ISP may use middle server to cache file. Add random unused parameter eg. https://www.microsoft.com/favicon.ico?req=random_number Can prevent caching.

How do I make XAML DataGridColumns fill the entire DataGrid?

This will not expand the last column of the xaml grid to take the remaining space if AutoGeneratedColumns="True".

How the single threaded non blocking IO model works in Node.js

Well, to give some perspective, let me compare node.js with apache.

Apache is a multi-threaded HTTP server, for each and every request that the server receives, it creates a separate thread which handles that request.

Node.js on the other hand is event driven, handling all requests asynchronously from single thread.

When A and B are received on apache, two threads are created which handle requests. Each handling the query separately, each waiting for the query results before serving the page. The page is only served until the query is finished. The query fetch is blocking because the server cannot execute the rest of thread until it receives the result.

In node, c.query is handled asynchronously, which means while c.query fetches the results for A, it jumps to handle c.query for B, and when the results arrive for A arrive it sends back the results to callback which sends the response. Node.js knows to execute callback when fetch finishes.

In my opinion, because it's a single thread model, there is no way to switch from one request to another.

Actually the node server does exactly that for you all the time. To make switches, (the asynchronous behavior) most functions that you would use will have callbacks.

Edit

The SQL query is taken from mysql library. It implements callback style as well as event emitter to queue SQL requests. It does not execute them asynchronously, that is done by the internal libuv threads that provide the abstraction of non-blocking I/O. The following steps happen for making a query :

  1. Open a connection to db, connection itself can be made asynchronously.
  2. Once db is connected, query is passed on to the server. Queries can be queued.
  3. The main event loop gets notified of the completion with callback or event.
  4. Main loop executes your callback/eventhandler.

The incoming requests to http server are handled in the similar fashion. The internal thread architecture is something like this:

node.js event loop

The C++ threads are the libuv ones which do the asynchronous I/O (disk or network). The main event loop continues to execute after the dispatching the request to thread pool. It can accept more requests as it does not wait or sleep. SQL queries/HTTP requests/file system reads all happen this way.

How to index into a dictionary?

If you need an ordered dictionary, you can use odict.

How can I open a Shell inside a Vim Window?

I guess this is a fairly old question, but now in 2017. We have neovim, which is a fork of vim which adds terminal support.

So invoking :term would open a terminal window. The beauty of this solution as opposed to using tmux (a terminal multiplexer) is that you'll have the same window bindings as your vim setup. neovim is compatible with vim, so you can basically copy and paste your .vimrc and it will just work.

More advantages are you can switch to normal mode on the opened terminal and you can do basic copy and editing. It is also pretty useful for git commits too I guess, since everything in your buffer you can use in auto-complete.

I'll update this answer since vim is also planning to release terminal support, probably in vim 8.1. You can follow the progress here: https://groups.google.com/forum/#!topic/vim_dev/Q9gUWGCeTXM

Once it's released, I do believe this is a more superior setup than using tmux.

How can I check if a string represents an int, without using try/except?

>>> "+7".lstrip("-+").isdigit()
True
>>> "-7".lstrip("-+").isdigit()
True
>>> "7".lstrip("-+").isdigit()
True
>>> "13.4".lstrip("-+").isdigit()
False

So your function would be:

def is_int(val):
   return val.lstrip("-+").isdigit()

Stopping fixed position scrolling at a certain point?

I loved @james answer but I was looking for its inverse i.e. stop fixed position right before footer, here is what I came up with

var $fixed_element = $(".some_element")
if($fixed_element.length){
        var $offset = $(".footer").position().top,
            $wh = $(window).innerHeight(),
            $diff = $offset - $wh,
            $scrolled = $(window).scrollTop();
        $fixed_element.css("bottom", Math.max(0, $scrolled-$diff));
    }

So now the fixed element would stop right before footer. and will not overlap with it.

Gson: Is there an easier way to serialize a map

I'm pretty sure GSON serializes/deserializes Maps and multiple-nested Maps (i.e. Map<String, Map<String, Object>>) just fine by default. The example provided I believe is nothing more than just a starting point if you need to do something more complex.

Check out the MapTypeAdapterFactory class in the GSON source: http://code.google.com/p/google-gson/source/browse/trunk/gson/src/main/java/com/google/gson/internal/bind/MapTypeAdapterFactory.java

So long as the types of the keys and values can be serialized into JSON strings (and you can create your own serializers/deserializers for these custom objects) you shouldn't have any issues.

Create a hexadecimal colour based on a string with JavaScript

Just porting over the Java from Compute hex color code for an arbitrary string to Javascript:

function hashCode(str) { // java String#hashCode
    var hash = 0;
    for (var i = 0; i < str.length; i++) {
       hash = str.charCodeAt(i) + ((hash << 5) - hash);
    }
    return hash;
} 

function intToRGB(i){
    var c = (i & 0x00FFFFFF)
        .toString(16)
        .toUpperCase();

    return "00000".substring(0, 6 - c.length) + c;
}

To convert you would do:

intToRGB(hashCode(your_string))

How to split one string into multiple strings separated by at least one space in bash shell?

Just use the shells "set" built-in. For example,

set $text

After that, individual words in $text will be in $1, $2, $3, etc. For robustness, one usually does

set -- junk $text
shift

to handle the case where $text is empty or start with a dash. For example:

text="This is          a              test"
set -- junk $text
shift
for word; do
  echo "[$word]"
done

This prints

[This]
[is]
[a]
[test]

How to cast Object to its actual type?

I don't think you can (not without reflection), you should provide a type to your function as well:

void MyMethod(Object obj, Type t)
{
    var convertedObject = Convert.ChangeType(obj, t);
    ...
}

UPD:

This may work for you:

void MyMethod(Object obj)
{
    if (obj is A)
    {
        A a = obj as A;
        ...
    } 
    else if (obj is B)
    {
        B b = obj as B;
        ...
    }
}

What Scala web-frameworks are available?

You could also try Context. It was designed to be a Java-framework but I have successfully used it with Scala also without difficulties. It is a component based framework and has similar properties as Lift or Tapestry.

Ubuntu says "bash: ./program Permission denied"

Try this:

sudo chmod +x program_name
./program_name 

How to calculate Average Waiting Time and average Turn-around time in SJF Scheduling?

Gantt chart is wrong... First process P3 has arrived so it will execute first. Since the burst time of P3 is 3sec after the completion of P3, processes P2,P4, and P5 has been arrived. Among P2,P4, and P5 the shortest burst time is 1sec for P2, so P2 will execute next. Then P4 and P5. At last P1 will be executed.

Gantt chart for this ques will be:

| P3 | P2 | P4 | P5 | P1 |

1    4    5    7   11   14

Average waiting time=(0+2+2+3+3)/5=2

Average Turnaround time=(3+3+4+7+6)/5=4.6

How to get scrollbar position with Javascript?

Answer for 2018:

The best way to do things like that is to use the Intersection Observer API.

The Intersection Observer API provides a way to asynchronously observe changes in the intersection of a target element with an ancestor element or with a top-level document's viewport.

Historically, detecting visibility of an element, or the relative visibility of two elements in relation to each other, has been a difficult task for which solutions have been unreliable and prone to causing the browser and the sites the user is accessing to become sluggish. Unfortunately, as the web has matured, the need for this kind of information has grown. Intersection information is needed for many reasons, such as:

  • Lazy-loading of images or other content as a page is scrolled.
  • Implementing "infinite scrolling" web sites, where more and more content is loaded and rendered as you scroll, so that the user doesn't have to flip through pages.
  • Reporting of visibility of advertisements in order to calculate ad revenues.
  • Deciding whether or not to perform tasks or animation processes based on whether or not the user will see the result.

Implementing intersection detection in the past involved event handlers and loops calling methods like Element.getBoundingClientRect() to build up the needed information for every element affected. Since all this code runs on the main thread, even one of these can cause performance problems. When a site is loaded with these tests, things can get downright ugly.

See the following code example:

var options = {
  root: document.querySelector('#scrollArea'),
  rootMargin: '0px',
  threshold: 1.0
}

var observer = new IntersectionObserver(callback, options);

var target = document.querySelector('#listItem');
observer.observe(target);

Most modern browsers support the IntersectionObserver, but you should use the polyfill for backward-compatibility.

How to convert JSONObjects to JSONArray?

Even shorter and with json-functions:

JSONObject songsObject = json.getJSONObject("songs");
JSONArray songsArray = songsObject.toJSONArray(songsObject.names());

Python xticks in subplots

There are two ways:

  1. Use the axes methods of the subplot object (e.g. ax.set_xticks and ax.set_xticklabels) or
  2. Use plt.sca to set the current axes for the pyplot state machine (i.e. the plt interface).

As an example (this also illustrates using setp to change the properties of all of the subplots):

import matplotlib.pyplot as plt

fig, axes = plt.subplots(nrows=3, ncols=4)

# Set the ticks and ticklabels for all axes
plt.setp(axes, xticks=[0.1, 0.5, 0.9], xticklabels=['a', 'b', 'c'],
        yticks=[1, 2, 3])

# Use the pyplot interface to change just one subplot...
plt.sca(axes[1, 1])
plt.xticks(range(3), ['A', 'Big', 'Cat'], color='red')

fig.tight_layout()
plt.show()

enter image description here

Which one is the best PDF-API for PHP?

Try TCPDF. I find it the best so far.

For detailed tutorial on using the two most popular pdf generation classes: TCPDF and FPDF.. please follow this link: PHP: Easily create PDF on the fly with TCPDF and FPDF

Hope it helps.

Does bootstrap 4 have a built in horizontal divider?

HTML already has a built-in horizontal divider called <hr/> (short for "horizontal rule"). Bootstrap styles it like this:

hr {
  margin-top: 1rem;
  margin-bottom: 1rem;
  border: 0;
  border-top: 1px solid rgba(0, 0, 0, 0.1);
}

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<link rel="stylesheet" href="https://maxcdn.bootstrapcdn.com/bootstrap/3.3.7/css/bootstrap.min.css" />_x000D_
<p>_x000D_
   Some text_x000D_
   <hr/>_x000D_
   More text_x000D_
</p>
_x000D_
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E: Unable to locate package npm

Your system can't find npm package because you haven't add nodejs repository to your system..

Try follow this installation step:
Add nodejs PPA repository to our system and python software properties too

sudo apt-get install curl python-software-properties 
// sudo apt-get install curl software-properties-common

curl -sL https://deb.nodesource.com/setup_10.x | sudo bash -
sudo apt-get update

Then install npm

sudo apt-get install nodejs

Check if npm and node was installed and you're ready to use node.js

node -v
npm -v

If someone was failed to install nodejs.. Try remove the npm first, maybe the old installation was broken..

sudo apt-get remove nodejs
sudo apt-get remove npm

Check if npm or node folder still exist, delete it if you found them

which node
which npm

Changing default shell in Linux

Try linux command chsh.

The detailed command is chsh -s /bin/bash. It will prompt you to enter your password. Your default login shell is /bin/bash now. You must log out and log back in to see this change.

The following is quoted from man page:

The chsh command changes the user login shell. This determines the name of the users initial login command. A normal user may only change the login shell for her own account, the superuser may change the login shell for any account

This command will change the default login shell permanently.

Note: If your user account is remote such as on Kerberos authentication (e.g. Enterprise RHEL) then you will not be able to use chsh.

C# Set collection?

Try HashSet:

The HashSet(Of T) class provides high-performance set operations. A set is a collection that contains no duplicate elements, and whose elements are in no particular order...

The capacity of a HashSet(Of T) object is the number of elements that the object can hold. A HashSet(Of T) object's capacity automatically increases as elements are added to the object.

The HashSet(Of T) class is based on the model of mathematical sets and provides high-performance set operations similar to accessing the keys of the Dictionary(Of TKey, TValue) or Hashtable collections. In simple terms, the HashSet(Of T) class can be thought of as a Dictionary(Of TKey, TValue) collection without values.

A HashSet(Of T) collection is not sorted and cannot contain duplicate elements...

How can I make a button have a rounded border in Swift?

I have created a simple UIButton sublcass that uses the tintColor for its text and border colours and when highlighted changes its background to the tintColor.

class BorderedButton: UIButton {

required init?(coder aDecoder: NSCoder) {
    super.init(coder: aDecoder)
    layer.borderWidth = 1.0
    layer.borderColor = tintColor.CGColor
    layer.cornerRadius = 5.0
    clipsToBounds = true
    contentEdgeInsets = UIEdgeInsets(top: 8, left: 8, bottom: 8, right: 8)
    setTitleColor(tintColor, forState: .Normal)
    setTitleColor(UIColor.whiteColor(), forState: .Highlighted)
    setBackgroundImage(UIImage(color: tintColor), forState: .Highlighted)
}
}

This makes use of a UIImage extension that creates an image from a colour, I found that code here: https://stackoverflow.com/a/33675160

It works best when set to type Custom in interface builder as the default System type slightly modifies the colours when the button is highlighted.

DateTimePicker time picker in 24 hour but displaying in 12hr?

$(function () {
    $('#startTime, #endTimeContent').datetimepicker({
        format: 'HH:mm',
        pickDate: false,
        pickSeconds: false,
        pick12HourFormat: false            
    });
});

your selector seems to be wrong,please check it

How to edit binary file on Unix systems

You can also try ghex2 GNOME utilities. This give you the automated hex-to-ASCII on the side, as well as the various character/integer decodes at the bottom. ghex2
(source: googlepages.com)

VBA collection: list of keys

You can snoop around in your memory using RTLMoveMemory and retrieve the desired information directly from there:

32-Bit:

Option Explicit

'Provide direct memory access:
Public Declare Sub MemCopy Lib "kernel32" Alias "RtlMoveMemory" ( _
    ByVal Destination As Long, _
    ByVal Source As Long, _
    ByVal Length As Long)


Function CollectionKeys(oColl As Collection) As String()

    'Declare Pointer- / Memory-Address-Variables
    Dim CollPtr As Long
    Dim KeyPtr As Long
    Dim ItemPtr As Long

    'Get MemoryAddress of Collection Object
    CollPtr = VBA.ObjPtr(oColl)

    'Peek ElementCount
    Dim ElementCount As Long
    ElementCount = PeekLong(CollPtr + 16)

        'Verify ElementCount
        If ElementCount <> oColl.Count Then
            'Something's wrong!
            Stop
        End If

    'Declare Simple Counter
    Dim index As Long

    'Declare Temporary Array to hold our keys
    Dim Temp() As String
    ReDim Temp(ElementCount)

    'Get MemoryAddress of first CollectionItem
    ItemPtr = PeekLong(CollPtr + 24)

    'Loop through all CollectionItems in Chain
    While Not ItemPtr = 0 And index < ElementCount

        'increment Index
        index = index + 1

        'Get MemoryAddress of Element-Key
        KeyPtr = PeekLong(ItemPtr + 16)

        'Peek Key and add to temporary array (if present)
        If KeyPtr <> 0 Then
           Temp(index) = PeekBSTR(KeyPtr)
        End If

        'Get MemoryAddress of next Element in Chain
        ItemPtr = PeekLong(ItemPtr + 24)

    Wend

    'Assign temporary array as Return-Value
    CollectionKeys = Temp

End Function


'Peek Long from given MemoryAddress
Public Function PeekLong(Address As Long) As Long

  If Address = 0 Then Stop
  Call MemCopy(VBA.VarPtr(PeekLong), Address, 4&)

End Function

'Peek String from given MemoryAddress
Public Function PeekBSTR(Address As Long) As String

    Dim Length As Long

    If Address = 0 Then Stop
    Length = PeekLong(Address - 4)

    PeekBSTR = Space(Length \ 2)
    Call MemCopy(VBA.StrPtr(PeekBSTR), Address, Length)

End Function

64-Bit:

Option Explicit

'Provide direct memory access:
Public Declare PtrSafe Sub MemCopy Lib "kernel32" Alias "RtlMoveMemory" ( _
     ByVal Destination As LongPtr, _
     ByVal Source As LongPtr, _
     ByVal Length As LongPtr)



Function CollectionKeys(oColl As Collection) As String()

    'Declare Pointer- / Memory-Address-Variables
    Dim CollPtr As LongPtr
    Dim KeyPtr As LongPtr
    Dim ItemPtr As LongPtr

    'Get MemoryAddress of Collection Object
    CollPtr = VBA.ObjPtr(oColl)

    'Peek ElementCount
    Dim ElementCount As Long
    ElementCount = PeekLong(CollPtr + 28)

        'Verify ElementCount
        If ElementCount <> oColl.Count Then
            'Something's wrong!
            Stop
        End If

    'Declare Simple Counter
    Dim index As Long

    'Declare Temporary Array to hold our keys
    Dim Temp() As String
    ReDim Temp(ElementCount)

    'Get MemoryAddress of first CollectionItem
    ItemPtr = PeekLongLong(CollPtr + 40)

    'Loop through all CollectionItems in Chain
    While Not ItemPtr = 0 And index < ElementCount

        'increment Index
        index = index + 1

        'Get MemoryAddress of Element-Key
        KeyPtr = PeekLongLong(ItemPtr + 24)

        'Peek Key and add to temporary array (if present)
        If KeyPtr <> 0 Then
           Temp(index) = PeekBSTR(KeyPtr)
        End If

        'Get MemoryAddress of next Element in Chain
        ItemPtr = PeekLongLong(ItemPtr + 40)

    Wend

    'Assign temporary array as Return-Value
    CollectionKeys = Temp

End Function


'Peek Long from given Memory-Address
Public Function PeekLong(Address As LongPtr) As Long

  If Address = 0 Then Stop
  Call MemCopy(VBA.VarPtr(PeekLong), Address, 4^)

End Function

'Peek LongLong from given Memory Address
Public Function PeekLongLong(Address As LongPtr) As LongLong

  If Address = 0 Then Stop
  Call MemCopy(VBA.VarPtr(PeekLongLong), Address, 8^)

End Function

'Peek String from given MemoryAddress
Public Function PeekBSTR(Address As LongPtr) As String

    Dim Length As Long

    If Address = 0 Then Stop
    Length = PeekLong(Address - 4)

    PeekBSTR = Space(Length \ 2)
    Call MemCopy(VBA.StrPtr(PeekBSTR), Address, CLngLng(Length))

End Function

How to make Google Fonts work in IE?

Try this type of link , it will run in also IE . hope this helps .

<link href='//fonts.googleapis.com/css?family=Josefin+Sans:300,400,600,700,300italic' rel='stylesheet' type='text/css'>

How do I suspend painting for a control and its children?

A nice solution without using interop:

As always, simply enable DoubleBuffered=true on your CustomControl. Then, if you have any containers like FlowLayoutPanel or TableLayoutPanel, derive a class from each of these types and in the constructors, enable double buffering. Now, simply use your derived Containers instead of the Windows.Forms Containers.

class TableLayoutPanel : System.Windows.Forms.TableLayoutPanel
{
    public TableLayoutPanel()
    {
        DoubleBuffered = true;
    }
}

class FlowLayoutPanel : System.Windows.Forms.FlowLayoutPanel
{
    public FlowLayoutPanel()
    {
        DoubleBuffered = true;
    }
}

Pass request headers in a jQuery AJAX GET call

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$.ajax({_x000D_
            url: URL,_x000D_
            type: 'GET',_x000D_
            dataType: 'json',_x000D_
            headers: {_x000D_
                'header1': 'value1',_x000D_
                'header2': 'value2'_x000D_
            },_x000D_
            contentType: 'application/json; charset=utf-8',_x000D_
            success: function (result) {_x000D_
               // CallBack(result);_x000D_
            },_x000D_
            error: function (error) {_x000D_
                _x000D_
            }_x000D_
        });
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How to get just numeric part of CSS property with jQuery?

This will clean up all non-digits, non-dots, and not-minus-sign from the string:

$(this).css('marginBottom').replace(/[^-\d\.]/g, '');

UPDATED for negative values

Installing a plain plugin jar in Eclipse 3.5

Since the advent of p2, you should be using the dropins directory instead.

To be completely clear create "plugins" under "/dropins" and make sure to restart eclipse with the "-clean" option.

Make <body> fill entire screen?

Try using viewport (vh, vm) units of measure at the body level

html, body { margin: 0; padding: 0; } body { min-height: 100vh; }

Use vh units for horizontal margins, paddings, and borders on the body and subtract them from the min-height value.

I've had bizarre results using vh,vm units on elements within the body, especially when re-sizing.

ASP.NET Web API : Correct way to return a 401/unauthorised response

you can use follow code in asp.net core 2.0:

public IActionResult index()
{
     return new ContentResult() { Content = "My error message", StatusCode = (int)HttpStatusCode.Unauthorized };
}

What does "restore purchases" in In-App purchases mean?

You will get rejection message from apple just because the product you have registered for inApp purchase might come under category Non-renewing subscriptions and consumable products. These type of products will not automatically renewable. you need to have explicit restore button in your application.

for other type of products it will automatically restore it.

Please read following text which will clear your concept about this :

Once a transaction has been processed and removed from the queue, your application normally never sees it again. However, if your application supports product types that must be restorable, you must include an interface that allows users to restore these purchases. This interface allows a user to add the product to other devices or, if the original device was wiped, to restore the transaction on the original device.

Store Kit provides built-in functionality to restore transactions for non-consumable products, auto-renewable subscriptions and free subscriptions. To restore transactions, your application calls the payment queue’s restoreCompletedTransactions method. The payment queue sends a request to the App Store to restore the transactions. In return, the App Store generates a new restore transaction for each transaction that was previously completed. The restore transaction object’s originalTransaction property holds a copy of the original transaction. Your application processes a restore transaction by retrieving the original transaction and using it to unlock the purchased content. After Store Kit restores all the previous transactions, it notifies the payment queue observers by calling their paymentQueueRestoreCompletedTransactionsFinished: method.

If the user attempts to purchase a restorable product (instead of using the restore interface you implemented), the application receives a regular transaction for that item, not a restore transaction. However, the user is not charged again for that product. Your application should treat these transactions identically to those of the original transaction. Non-renewing subscriptions and consumable products are not automatically restored by Store Kit. Non-renewing subscriptions must be restorable, however. To restore these products, you must record transactions on your own server when they are purchased and provide your own mechanism to restore those transactions to the user’s devices

Using braces with dynamic variable names in PHP

Tom if you have existing array you can convert that array to object and use it like this:

$r = (object) $MyQueryResult;
echo $r->key;

How to SSH to a VirtualBox guest externally through a host?

How to do host-only network (better than bridged) for Solaris 10 and Ubuntu 16.04

Add Host-only interface

  1. Virtualbox > File > Preferences > Network > Host-only Networks > Add
  2. Shutdown vm.
  3. VM's Settings > Network. First adapter should be Nat, second Host-only.
  4. Start cmd.exe and run ipconfig /all. You should see lines:

    Ethernet adapter VirtualBox Host-Only Network:
       ...
       IPv4 Address. . . . . . . . . . . : 192.168.59.1
    

    Second adapter in guest should also be in 192.168.59.*.

  5. Start VM.

Solaris 10

  1. Check settings ifconfig -a. You should see e1000g0 and e1000g1. We are interested in e1000g1.
  2. ifconfig e1000g down
  3. ifconfig e1000g 192.168.56.10 netmask 255.255.255.0 up
  4. Check from host if this interface is reachable: ping 192.168.56.10

Preserve those settings upon reboot

# vi /etc/hostname.e1000g1
192.168.56.10 netmask 255.255.255.0
# reboot

Configure ssh service (administering) to login as root (not adviced)

Check if ssh is enabled

# svcs -a | grep ssh
online         15:29:57 svc:/network/ssh:default

Modify /etc/ssh/sshd_config so there is

PermitRootLogin yes

Restart ssh service

svcadm restart ssh

From host check it

ssh [email protected]

Ubuntu 16.04

List interfaces:

ip addr

You should see three interfaces like lo, enp0s3, enp0s8. We will use the third.

Edit /etc/network/interfaces

auto enp0s8
iface enp0s8 inet static
    address 192.168.56.10
    netmask 255.255.255.0

Then sudo ifup enp0s8. Check if enp0s8 got correct address. You should see your ip:

 $ ip addr show enp0s8
 ...
    inet 192.168.56.10/24 brd 192.168.56.255 scope global secondary enp0s8

If not, you may run sudo ifdown enp0s8 && sudo ifup enp0s8

https://superuser.com/questions/424083/virtualbox-host-ssh-to-guest/424115#424115

Flattening a shallow list in Python

You almost have it! The way to do nested list comprehensions is to put the for statements in the same order as they would go in regular nested for statements.

Thus, this

for inner_list in outer_list:
    for item in inner_list:
        ...

corresponds to

[... for inner_list in outer_list for item in inner_list]

So you want

[image for menuitem in list_of_menuitems for image in menuitem]

What is the best way to paginate results in SQL Server

Use case wise the following seem to be easy to use and fast. Just set the page number.

use AdventureWorks
DECLARE @RowsPerPage INT = 10, @PageNumber INT = 6;
with result as(
SELECT SalesOrderDetailID, SalesOrderID, ProductID,
ROW_NUMBER() OVER (ORDER BY SalesOrderDetailID) AS RowNum
FROM Sales.SalesOrderDetail
where 1=1
)
select SalesOrderDetailID, SalesOrderID, ProductID from result
WHERE result.RowNum BETWEEN ((@PageNumber-1)*@RowsPerPage)+1
AND @RowsPerPage*(@PageNumber)

also without CTE

use AdventureWorks
DECLARE @RowsPerPage INT = 10, @PageNumber INT = 6
SELECT SalesOrderDetailID, SalesOrderID, ProductID
FROM (
SELECT SalesOrderDetailID, SalesOrderID, ProductID,
ROW_NUMBER() OVER (ORDER BY SalesOrderDetailID) AS RowNum
FROM Sales.SalesOrderDetail
where 1=1
 ) AS SOD
WHERE SOD.RowNum BETWEEN ((@PageNumber-1)*@RowsPerPage)+1
AND @RowsPerPage*(@PageNumber)

Laravel blank white screen

Running this command solved it for me:

php artisan view:clear

I guess a blank error page was some how cached. Had to clear the caches.

window.onbeforeunload and window.onunload is not working in Firefox, Safari, Opera?

I got the solution for onunload in all browsers except Opera by changing the Ajax asynchronous request into synchronous request.

xmlhttp.open("POST","LogoutAction",false);

It works well for all browsers except Opera.

Getting All Variables In Scope

I made a fiddle implementing (essentially) above ideas outlined by iman. Here is how it looks when you mouse over the second ipsum in return ipsum*ipsum - ...

enter image description here

The variables which are in scope are highlighted where they are declared (with different colors for different scopes). The lorem with red border is a shadowed variable (not in scope, but be in scope if the other lorem further down the tree wouldn't be there.)

I'm using esprima library to parse the JavaScript, and estraverse, escodegen, escope (utility libraries on top of esprima.) The 'heavy lifting' is done all by those libraries (the most complex being esprima itself, of course.)

How it works

ast = esprima.parse(sourceString, {range: true, sourceType: 'script'});

makes the abstract syntax tree. Then,

analysis = escope.analyze(ast);

generates a complex data structure encapsulating information about all the scopes in the program. The rest is gathering together the information encoded in that analysis object (and the abstract syntax tree itself), and making an interactive coloring scheme out of it.

So the correct answer is actually not "no", but "yes, but". The "but" being a big one: you basically have to rewrite significant parts of the chrome browser (and it's devtools) in JavaScript. JavaScript is a Turing complete language, so of course that is possible, in principle. What is impossible is doing the whole thing without using the entirety of your source code (as a string) and then doing highly complex stuff with that.

momentJS date string add 5 days

You can reduce what they said in a few lines of code:

var nowPlusOneDay = moment().add('days', 1);
var nowPlusOneDayStr = nowPlusOneDay.format('YYYY-MM-DD');

alert('nowPlusOneDay Without Format(Unix Date):'+nowPlusOneDay);
alert('nowPlusOneDay Formatted(String):'+nowPlusOneDayStr);

Return an empty Observable

RxJS6 (without compatibility package installed)

There's now an EMPTY constant and an empty function.

  import { Observable, empty, of } from 'rxjs';

  var delay = empty().pipe(delay(1000));     
  var delay2 = EMPTY.pipe(delay(1000));

Observable.empty() doesn't exist anymore.

pandas: best way to select all columns whose names start with X

The simplest way is to use str directly on column names, there is no need for pd.Series

df.loc[:,df.columns.str.startswith("foo")]


How to select the rows with maximum values in each group with dplyr?

For me, it helped to count the number of values per group. Copy the count table into a new object. Then filter for the max of the group based on the first grouping characteristic. For example:

count_table  <- df %>%
                group_by(A, B) %>%
                count() %>%
                arrange(A, desc(n))

count_table %>% 
    group_by(A) %>%
    filter(n == max(n))

or

count_table %>% 
    group_by(A) %>%
    top_n(1, n)

Creating multiple objects with different names in a loop to store in an array list

You can use this code...

public class Main {

    public static void main(String args[]) {
        String[] names = {"First", "Second", "Third"};//You Can Add More Names
        double[] amount = {20.0, 30.0, 40.0};//You Can Add More Amount
        List<Customer> customers = new ArrayList<Customer>();
        int i = 0;
        while (i < names.length) {
            customers.add(new Customer(names[i], amount[i]));
            i++;
        }
    }
}

What's the difference between an element and a node in XML?

A node can be a number of different kinds of things: some text, a comment, an element, an entity, etc. An element is a particular kind of node.

How to automatically allow blocked content in IE?

If you are to use the

<!-- saved from url=(0014)about:internet -->

or

<!-- saved from url=(0016)http://localhost -->

make sure the HTML file is saved in windows/dos format with "\r\n" as line breaks after the statement. Otherwise I couldn't make it work.

URL Encoding using C#

Levi Botelho commented that the table of encodings that was previously generated is no longer accurate for .NET 4.5, since the encodings changed slightly between .NET 4.0 and 4.5. So I've regenerated the table for .NET 4.5:

Unencoded UrlEncoded UrlEncodedUnicode UrlPathEncoded WebUtilityUrlEncoded EscapedDataString EscapedUriString HtmlEncoded HtmlAttributeEncoded WebUtilityHtmlEncoded HexEscaped
A         A          A                 A              A                    A                 A                A           A                    A                     %41
B         B          B                 B              B                    B                 B                B           B                    B                     %42

a         a          a                 a              a                    a                 a                a           a                    a                     %61
b         b          b                 b              b                    b                 b                b           b                    b                     %62

0         0          0                 0              0                    0                 0                0           0                    0                     %30
1         1          1                 1              1                    1                 1                1           1                    1                     %31

[space]   +          +                 %20            +                    %20               %20              [space]     [space]              [space]               %20
!         !          !                 !              !                    %21               !                !           !                    !                     %21
"         %22        %22               "              %22                  %22               %22              &quot;      &quot;               &quot;                %22
#         %23        %23               #              %23                  %23               #                #           #                    #                     %23
$         %24        %24               $              %24                  %24               $                $           $                    $                     %24
%         %25        %25               %              %25                  %25               %25              %           %                    %                     %25
&         %26        %26               &              %26                  %26               &                &amp;       &amp;                &amp;                 %26
'         %27        %27               '              %27                  %27               '                &#39;       &#39;                &#39;                 %27
(         (          (                 (              (                    %28               (                (           (                    (                     %28
)         )          )                 )              )                    %29               )                )           )                    )                     %29
*         *          *                 *              *                    %2A               *                *           *                    *                     %2A
+         %2b        %2b               +              %2B                  %2B               +                +           +                    +                     %2B
,         %2c        %2c               ,              %2C                  %2C               ,                ,           ,                    ,                     %2C
-         -          -                 -              -                    -                 -                -           -                    -                     %2D
.         .          .                 .              .                    .                 .                .           .                    .                     %2E
/         %2f        %2f               /              %2F                  %2F               /                /           /                    /                     %2F
:         %3a        %3a               :              %3A                  %3A               :                :           :                    :                     %3A
;         %3b        %3b               ;              %3B                  %3B               ;                ;           ;                    ;                     %3B
<         %3c        %3c               <              %3C                  %3C               %3C              &lt;        &lt;                 &lt;                  %3C
=         %3d        %3d               =              %3D                  %3D               =                =           =                    =                     %3D
>         %3e        %3e               >              %3E                  %3E               %3E              &gt;        >                    &gt;                  %3E
?         %3f        %3f               ?              %3F                  %3F               ?                ?           ?                    ?                     %3F
@         %40        %40               @              %40                  %40               @                @           @                    @                     %40
[         %5b        %5b               [              %5B                  %5B               [                [           [                    [                     %5B
\         %5c        %5c               \              %5C                  %5C               %5C              \           \                    \                     %5C
]         %5d        %5d               ]              %5D                  %5D               ]                ]           ]                    ]                     %5D
^         %5e        %5e               ^              %5E                  %5E               %5E              ^           ^                    ^                     %5E
_         _          _                 _              _                    _                 _                _           _                    _                     %5F
`         %60        %60               `              %60                  %60               %60              `           `                    `                     %60
{         %7b        %7b               {              %7B                  %7B               %7B              {           {                    {                     %7B
|         %7c        %7c               |              %7C                  %7C               %7C              |           |                    |                     %7C
}         %7d        %7d               }              %7D                  %7D               %7D              }           }                    }                     %7D
~         %7e        %7e               ~              %7E                  ~                 ~                ~           ~                    ~                     %7E

A         %c4%80     %u0100            %c4%80         %C4%80               %C4%80            %C4%80           A           A                    A                     [OoR]
a         %c4%81     %u0101            %c4%81         %C4%81               %C4%81            %C4%81           a           a                    a                     [OoR]
E         %c4%92     %u0112            %c4%92         %C4%92               %C4%92            %C4%92           E           E                    E                     [OoR]
e         %c4%93     %u0113            %c4%93         %C4%93               %C4%93            %C4%93           e           e                    e                     [OoR]
I         %c4%aa     %u012a            %c4%aa         %C4%AA               %C4%AA            %C4%AA           I           I                    I                     [OoR]
i         %c4%ab     %u012b            %c4%ab         %C4%AB               %C4%AB            %C4%AB           i           i                    i                     [OoR]
O         %c5%8c     %u014c            %c5%8c         %C5%8C               %C5%8C            %C5%8C           O           O                    O                     [OoR]
o         %c5%8d     %u014d            %c5%8d         %C5%8D               %C5%8D            %C5%8D           o           o                    o                     [OoR]
U         %c5%aa     %u016a            %c5%aa         %C5%AA               %C5%AA            %C5%AA           U           U                    U                     [OoR]
u         %c5%ab     %u016b            %c5%ab         %C5%AB               %C5%AB            %C5%AB           u           u                    u                     [OoR]

The columns represent encodings as follows:

  • UrlEncoded: HttpUtility.UrlEncode
  • UrlEncodedUnicode: HttpUtility.UrlEncodeUnicode
  • UrlPathEncoded: HttpUtility.UrlPathEncode
  • WebUtilityUrlEncoded: WebUtility.UrlEncode
  • EscapedDataString: Uri.EscapeDataString
  • EscapedUriString: Uri.EscapeUriString
  • HtmlEncoded: HttpUtility.HtmlEncode
  • HtmlAttributeEncoded: HttpUtility.HtmlAttributeEncode
  • WebUtilityHtmlEncoded: WebUtility.HtmlEncode
  • HexEscaped: Uri.HexEscape

NOTES:

  1. HexEscape can only handle the first 255 characters. Therefore it throws an ArgumentOutOfRange exception for the Latin A-Extended characters (eg A).

  2. This table was generated in .NET 4.5 (see answer https://stackoverflow.com/a/11236038/216440 for the encodings relevant to .NET 4.0 and below).

EDIT:

  1. As a result of Discord's answer I added the new WebUtility UrlEncode and HtmlEncode methods, which were introduced in .NET 4.5.

How do I draw a grid onto a plot in Python?

To show a grid line on every tick, add

plt.grid(True)

For example:

import matplotlib.pyplot as plt

points = [
    (0, 10),
    (10, 20),
    (20, 40),
    (60, 100),
]

x = list(map(lambda x: x[0], points))
y = list(map(lambda x: x[1], points))

plt.scatter(x, y)
plt.grid(True)

plt.show()

enter image description here


In addition, you might want to customize the styling (e.g. solid line instead of dashed line), add:

plt.rc('grid', linestyle="-", color='black')

For example:

import matplotlib.pyplot as plt

points = [
    (0, 10),
    (10, 20),
    (20, 40),
    (60, 100),
]

x = list(map(lambda x: x[0], points))
y = list(map(lambda x: x[1], points))

plt.rc('grid', linestyle="-", color='black')
plt.scatter(x, y)
plt.grid(True)

plt.show()

enter image description here

Can dplyr package be used for conditional mutating?

The derivedFactor function from mosaic package seems to be designed to handle this. Using this example, it would look like:

library(dplyr)
library(mosaic)
df <- mutate(df, g = derivedFactor(
     "2" = (a == 2 | a == 5 | a == 7 | (a == 1 & b == 4)),
     "3" = (a == 0 | a == 1 | a == 4 | a == 3 |  c == 4),
     .method = "first",
     .default = NA
     ))

(If you want the result to be numeric instead of a factor, you can wrap derivedFactor in an as.numeric call.)

derivedFactor can be used for an arbitrary number of conditionals, too.

How to use log levels in java

This excerpt is from the following awesome post.

ERROR – something terribly wrong had happened, that must be investigated immediately. No system can tolerate items logged on this level. Example: NPE, database unavailable, mission critical use case cannot be continued.

WARN – the process might be continued, but take extra caution. Actually I always wanted to have two levels here: one for obvious problems where work-around exists (for example: “Current data unavailable, using cached values”) and second (name it: ATTENTION) for potential problems and suggestions. Example: “Application running in development mode” or “Administration console is not secured with a password”. The application can tolerate warning messages, but they should always be justified and examined.

INFO – Important business process has finished. In ideal world, administrator or advanced user should be able to understand INFO messages and quickly find out what the application is doing. For example if an application is all about booking airplane tickets, there should be only one INFO statement per each ticket saying “[Who] booked ticket from [Where] to [Where]“. Other definition of INFO message: each action that changes the state of the application significantly (database update, external system request).

DEBUG – Developers stuff. I will discuss later what sort of information deserves to be logged.

TRACE – Very detailed information, intended only for development. You might keep trace messages for a short period of time after deployment on production environment, but treat these log statements as temporary, that should or might be turned-off eventually. The distinction between DEBUG and TRACE is the most difficult, but if you put logging statement and remove it after the feature has been developed and tested, it should probably be on TRACE level.

PS: Read TRACE as VERBOSE

Warning: mysqli_query() expects parameter 1 to be mysqli, null given in

use global scope on your $con and put it inside your getPosts() function like so.

function getPosts() {
global $con;
$query = mysqli_query($con,"SELECT * FROM Blog");
while($row = mysqli_fetch_array($query))
    {
        echo "<div class=\"blogsnippet\">";
        echo "<h4>" . $row['Title'] . "</h4>" . $row['SubHeading'];
        echo "</div>";
    }
}

How can I update a row in a DataTable in VB.NET?

Dim myRow() As Data.DataRow
myRow = dt.Select("MyColumnName = 'SomeColumnTitle'")
myRow(0)("SomeOtherColumnTitle") = strValue

Code above instantiates a DataRow. Where "dt" is a DataTable, you get a row by selecting any column (I know, sounds backwards). Then you can then set the value of whatever row you want (I chose the first row, or "myRow(0)"), for whatever column you want.

Checking if a variable is initialized

Depending on your applications (and especially if you're already using boost), you might want to look into boost::optional.

(UPDATE: As of C++17, optional is now part of the standard library, as std::optional)

It has the property you are looking for, tracking whether the slot actually holds a value or not. By default it is constructed to not hold a value and evaluate to false, but if it evaluates to true you are allowed to dereference it and get the wrapped value.

class MyClass
{
    void SomeMethod();

    optional<char> mCharacter;
    optional<double> mDecimal;
};

void MyClass::SomeMethod()
{
    if ( mCharacter )
    {
        // do something with *mCharacter.
        // (note you must use the dereference operator)
    }

    if ( ! mDecimal )
    {
        // call mDecimal.reset(expression)
        // (this is how you assign an optional)
    }
}

More examples are in the Boost documentation.

Where do I configure log4j in a JUnit test class?

You may want to look into to Simple Logging Facade for Java (SLF4J). It is a facade that wraps around Log4j that doesn't require an initial setup call like Log4j. It is also fairly easy to switch out Log4j for Slf4j as the API differences are minimal.

How do I extract a substring from a string until the second space is encountered?

 string[] parts = myString.Split(" ");
 string whatIWant = parts[0] + " "+ parts[1];

How to SUM and SUBTRACT using SQL?

An example for subtraction is given below:

Select value1 - (select value2 from AnyTable1) from AnyTable2

value1 & value2 can be count,sum,average output etc. But the values should be comapatible

PostgreSQL Crosstab Query

Solution with JSON aggregation:

CREATE TEMP TABLE t (
  section   text
, status    text
, ct        integer  -- don't use "count" as column name.
);

INSERT INTO t VALUES 
  ('A', 'Active', 1), ('A', 'Inactive', 2)
, ('B', 'Active', 4), ('B', 'Inactive', 5)
                   , ('C', 'Inactive', 7); 


SELECT section,
       (obj ->> 'Active')::int AS active,
       (obj ->> 'Inactive')::int AS inactive
FROM (SELECT section, json_object_agg(status,ct) AS obj
      FROM t
      GROUP BY section
     )X

Close Android Application

android.os.Process.killProcess(android.os.Process.myPid());

This code kill the process from OS Using this code disturb the OS. So I would recommend you to use the below code

this.finish();
Intent intent = new Intent(Intent.ACTION_MAIN);
intent.addCategory(Intent.CATEGORY_HOME);
intent.setFlags(Intent.FLAG_ACTIVITY_NEW_TASK);
startActivity(intent);

There is no tracking information for the current branch

With Git 2.24, you won't have to do

git branch --set-upstream-to=origin/master master
git pull

You will be able to do:

git pull --set-upstream-to=origin/master master

See more at "default remote and branch using -u option - works with push but not pull".

How can I record a Video in my Android App.?

For the benefit of searchers, this example will give you an active preview, with a start/stop button for recording. It was modified from this android blog and seems fairly reliable.

java class (VideoWithSurfaceVw)

package <<your packagename here>>;

import java.io.IOException;
import java.text.SimpleDateFormat;
import java.util.Date;

import android.app.Activity;
import android.content.Context;
import android.hardware.Camera;
import android.media.CamcorderProfile;
import android.media.MediaRecorder;
import android.os.Bundle;
import android.view.SurfaceHolder;
import android.view.SurfaceView;
import android.view.View;
import android.widget.Button;
import android.widget.FrameLayout;
import android.widget.Toast;

public class VideoWithSurfaceVw extends Activity{

    // Adapted from http://sandyandroidtutorials.blogspot.co.uk/2013/05/android-video-capture-tutorial.html


    private Camera myCamera;
    private MyCameraSurfaceView myCameraSurfaceView;
    private MediaRecorder mediaRecorder;

    Button myButton;
    SurfaceHolder surfaceHolder;
    boolean recording;

    /** Called when the activity is first created. */
    @Override
    public void onCreate(Bundle savedInstanceState) {
        super.onCreate(savedInstanceState);

        recording = false;

        setContentView(R.layout.activity_video_with_surface_vw);

        //Get Camera for preview
        myCamera = getCameraInstance();
        if(myCamera == null){
            Toast.makeText(VideoWithSurfaceVw.this,
                    "Fail to get Camera",
                    Toast.LENGTH_LONG).show();
        }

        myCameraSurfaceView = new MyCameraSurfaceView(this, myCamera);
        FrameLayout myCameraPreview = (FrameLayout)findViewById(R.id.videoview);
        myCameraPreview.addView(myCameraSurfaceView);

        myButton = (Button)findViewById(R.id.mybutton);
        myButton.setOnClickListener(myButtonOnClickListener);
    }

    Button.OnClickListener myButtonOnClickListener
            = new Button.OnClickListener(){

        @Override
        public void onClick(View v) {
            // TODO Auto-generated method stub

            try{
                if(recording){
                    // stop recording and release camera
                    mediaRecorder.stop();  // stop the recording
                    releaseMediaRecorder(); // release the MediaRecorder object

                    //Exit after saved
                    //finish();
                    myButton.setText("REC");
                    recording = false;
                }else{

                    //Release Camera before MediaRecorder start
                    releaseCamera();

                    if(!prepareMediaRecorder()){
                        Toast.makeText(VideoWithSurfaceVw.this,
                                "Fail in prepareMediaRecorder()!\n - Ended -",
                                Toast.LENGTH_LONG).show();
                        finish();
                    }

                    mediaRecorder.start();
                    recording = true;
                    myButton.setText("STOP");
                }
            }catch (Exception ex){
                ex.printStackTrace();
            }
        }};

    private Camera getCameraInstance(){
        // TODO Auto-generated method stub
        Camera c = null;
        try {
            c = Camera.open(); // attempt to get a Camera instance
        }
        catch (Exception e){
            // Camera is not available (in use or does not exist)
        }
        return c; // returns null if camera is unavailable
    }

    private String getFileName_CustomFormat() {
        SimpleDateFormat sdfDate = new SimpleDateFormat("yyyy-MM-dd HH_mm_ss");
        Date now = new Date();
        String strDate = sdfDate.format(now);
        return strDate;
    }


    private boolean prepareMediaRecorder(){
        myCamera = getCameraInstance();
        mediaRecorder = new MediaRecorder();

        myCamera.unlock();
        mediaRecorder.setCamera(myCamera);

        mediaRecorder.setAudioSource(MediaRecorder.AudioSource.CAMCORDER);
        mediaRecorder.setVideoSource(MediaRecorder.VideoSource.CAMERA);

        mediaRecorder.setProfile(CamcorderProfile.get(CamcorderProfile.QUALITY_HIGH));



        mediaRecorder.setOutputFile("/sdcard/" + getFileName_CustomFormat() + ".mp4");
        //mediaRecorder.setOutputFile("/sdcard/myvideo1.mp4");
        mediaRecorder.setMaxDuration(60000); // Set max duration 60 sec.
        mediaRecorder.setMaxFileSize(50000000); // Set max file size 50M

        mediaRecorder.setPreviewDisplay(myCameraSurfaceView.getHolder().getSurface());

        try {
            mediaRecorder.prepare();
        } catch (IllegalStateException e) {
            releaseMediaRecorder();
            return false;
        } catch (IOException e) {
            releaseMediaRecorder();
            return false;
        }
        return true;

    }

    @Override
    protected void onPause() {
        super.onPause();
        releaseMediaRecorder();       // if you are using MediaRecorder, release it first
        releaseCamera();              // release the camera immediately on pause event
    }

    private void releaseMediaRecorder(){
        if (mediaRecorder != null) {
            mediaRecorder.reset();   // clear recorder configuration
            mediaRecorder.release(); // release the recorder object
            mediaRecorder = new MediaRecorder();
            myCamera.lock();           // lock camera for later use
        }
    }

    private void releaseCamera(){
        if (myCamera != null){
            myCamera.release();        // release the camera for other applications
            myCamera = null;
        }
    }

    public class MyCameraSurfaceView extends SurfaceView implements SurfaceHolder.Callback{

        private SurfaceHolder mHolder;
        private Camera mCamera;

        public MyCameraSurfaceView(Context context, Camera camera) {
            super(context);
            mCamera = camera;

            // Install a SurfaceHolder.Callback so we get notified when the
            // underlying surface is created and destroyed.
            mHolder = getHolder();
            mHolder.addCallback(this);
            // deprecated setting, but required on Android versions prior to 3.0
            mHolder.setType(SurfaceHolder.SURFACE_TYPE_PUSH_BUFFERS);
        }

        @Override
        public void surfaceChanged(SurfaceHolder holder, int format, int weight,
                                   int height) {
            // If your preview can change or rotate, take care of those events here.
            // Make sure to stop the preview before resizing or reformatting it.

            if (mHolder.getSurface() == null){
                // preview surface does not exist
                return;
            }

            // stop preview before making changes
            try {
                mCamera.stopPreview();
            } catch (Exception e){
                // ignore: tried to stop a non-existent preview
            }

            // make any resize, rotate or reformatting changes here

            // start preview with new settings
            try {
                mCamera.setPreviewDisplay(mHolder);
                mCamera.startPreview();

            } catch (Exception e){
            }
        }

        @Override
        public void surfaceCreated(SurfaceHolder holder) {
            // TODO Auto-generated method stub
            // The Surface has been created, now tell the camera where to draw the preview.
            try {
                mCamera.setPreviewDisplay(holder);
                mCamera.startPreview();
            } catch (IOException e) {
            }
        }

        @Override
        public void surfaceDestroyed(SurfaceHolder holder) {
            // TODO Auto-generated method stub

        }
    }
}

activity (activity_video_with_surface_vw)

<RelativeLayout android:id="@+id/surface_camera"     
xmlns:android="http://schemas.android.com/apk/res/android"
android:layout_width="fill_parent"
android:layout_height="fill_parent"
android:layout_centerInParent="true"
android:layout_weight="1"
>

<RelativeLayout
    android:orientation="vertical"
    android:layout_width="fill_parent"
    android:layout_height="fill_parent"
    >
    <FrameLayout
        android:id="@+id/videoview"
        android:layout_width="fill_parent"
        android:layout_height="fill_parent"/>
    <Button
        android:id="@+id/mybutton"
        android:layout_width="100dp"
        android:layout_height="50dp"
        android:layout_centerHorizontal="true"
        android:layout_alignParentBottom="true"
        android:text="REC"
        android:textSize="12dp"/>
</RelativeLayout>

</RelativeLayout>

Java, Check if integer is multiple of a number

If I understand correctly, you can use the module operator for this. For example, in Java (and a lot of other languages), you could do:

//j is a multiple of four if
j % 4 == 0

The module operator performs division and gives you the remainder.

What version of Java is running in Eclipse?

try this :

public class vm
{
  public static void main(String[] args)
  {
      System.getProperty("sun.arch.data.model") 
  }
}

compile and run. it will return either 32 or 64 as per your java version . . .

PHP Parse error: syntax error, unexpected '?' in helpers.php 233

If you have newly upgraded your php version you might be forget to restart your webserver service.

How to change file encoding in NetBeans?

Just try to set the Projects Encoding to "UTF-8" and copy the file (which is encoded in iso) in the same Project (and if you dont need the old file just delete it) - now the copied file will be as UTF-8 - maybe this will help you :)

How to convert color code into media.brush?

You could use the same mechanism the XAML reading system uses: Type converters

var converter = new System.Windows.Media.BrushConverter();
var brush = (Brush)converter.ConvertFromString("#FFFFFF90");
Fill = brush;

Java program to connect to Sql Server and running the sample query From Eclipse

Refer the below link.

There are two important changes that you should make

driver name as "com.microsoft.sqlserver.jdbc.SQLServerDriver"

& in URL "jdbc:sqlserver://localhost:1433"+";databaseName=AdventureWorks2008R2"

http://www.programcreek.com/2010/05/java-code-for-connecting-ms-sql-server-by-using-sql-server-authentication/

SSL cert "err_cert_authority_invalid" on mobile chrome only

if you're like me who is using AWS and CloudFront, here's how to solve the issue. it's similar to what others have shared except you don't use your domain's crt file, just what comodo emailed you.

cat COMODORSADomainValidationSecureServerCA.crt COMODORSAAddTrustCA.crt AddTrustExternalCARoot.crt > ssl-bundle.crt

this worked for me and my site no longer displays the ssl warning on chrome in android.

SQL Query Where Date = Today Minus 7 Days

Use the built in functions:

SELECT URLX, COUNT(URLx) AS Count
FROM ExternalHits
WHERE datex BETWEEN DATE_SUB(NOW(), INTERVAL 7 DAY) AND NOW()
GROUP BY URLx
ORDER BY Count DESC; 

Checking if output of a command contains a certain string in a shell script

Another option is to check for regular expression match on the command output.

For example:

[[ "$(./somecommand)" =~ "sub string" ]] && echo "Output includes 'sub string'"

Fatal error: Allowed memory size of 268435456 bytes exhausted (tried to allocate 71 bytes)

I had this problem. I searched the internet, took all advices, changes configurations, but the problem is still there. Finally with the help of the server administrator, he found that the problem lies in MySQL database column definition. one of the columns in the a table was assigned to 'Longtext' which leads to allocate 4,294,967,295 bites of memory. It seems working OK if you don't use MySqli prepare statement, but once you use prepare statement, it tries to allocate that amount of memory. I changed the column type to Mediumtext which needs 16,777,215 bites of memory space. The problem is gone. Hope this help.

SQL Server GROUP BY datetime ignore hour minute and a select with a date and sum value

As he didn't specify which version of SQL server he uses (date type isn't available in 2005), one could also use

SELECT CONVERT(VARCHAR(10),date_column,112),SUM(num_col) AS summed
FROM table_name
GROUP BY CONVERT(VARCHAR(10),date_column,112)

How do you get the length of a string?

It's not jquery you need, it's JS:

alert(str.length);

How do I apply a CSS class to Html.ActionLink in ASP.NET MVC?

In C# it also works with a null as the 4th parameter.

@Html.ActionLink( "Front Page", "Index", "Home", null, new { @class = "MenuButtons" })

Refresh DataGridView when updating data source

Well, it doesn't get much better than that. Officially, you should use

dataGridView1.DataSource = typeof(List); 
dataGridView1.DataSource = itemStates;

It's still a "clear/reset source" kind of solution, but I have yet to find anything else that would reliably refresh the DGV data source.

HTML5 Number Input - Always show 2 decimal places

Based on this answer from @Guilherme Ferreira you can trigger the parseFloat method every time the field changes. Therefore the value always shows two decimal places, even if a user changes the value by manual typing a number.

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    $(document).ready(function () {_x000D_
        $(".floatNumberField").change(function() {_x000D_
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Catching FULL exception message

I keep coming back to these questions trying to figure out where exactly the data I'm interested in is buried in what is truly a monolithic ErrorRecord structure. Almost all answers give piecemeal instructions on how to pull certain bits of data.

But I've found it immensely helpful to dump the entire object with ConvertTo-Json so that I can visually see LITERALLY EVERYTHING in a comprehensible layout.

    try {
        Invoke-WebRequest...
    }
    catch {
        Write-Host ($_ | ConvertTo-Json)
    }

Use ConvertTo-Json's -Depth parameter to expand deeper values, but use extreme caution going past the default depth of 2 :P

https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/powershell/module/microsoft.powershell.utility/convertto-json

What do >> and << mean in Python?

I verified the following on both Python 2.7 and Python 3.8

I did print(100<<3) Converting 100 to Binary gives 1100100. What I did is I droped the first 3 bits and added 3 bits with the value '0' at the end. So it should result as 0100000, and I converted this to Decimal and the answer was 32.

For my suprise when I executed print(100<<3) the answer was 800. I was puzzled. I converted 800 to Binary to check whats going on. And this is what I got 1100100000.

If you see how 800 was Python answer, they did not shift or drop the first 3 bits but they added value '0' to last 3 bits.

Where as print(100>>3) , worked perfect. I did manual calculation and cheked the print result from python. It worked correctly. Dropped last 3 bits and added value '0' to first 3 bits.

Looks like (100<<3) , left shift operator has a bug on Python.

C - freeing structs

You can't free types that aren't dynamically allocated. Although arrays are syntactically similar (int* x = malloc(sizeof(int) * 4) can be used in the same way that int x[4] is), calling free(firstName) would likely cause an error for the latter.

For example, take this code:

int x;
free(&x);

free() is a function which takes in a pointer. &x is a pointer. This code may compile, even though it simply won't work.

If we pretend that all memory is allocated in the same way, x is "allocated" at the definition, "freed" at the second line, and then "freed" again after the end of the scope. You can't free the same resource twice; it'll give you an error.

This isn't even mentioning the fact that for certain reasons, you may be unable to free the memory at x without closing the program.

tl;dr: Just free the struct and you'll be fine. Don't call free on arrays; only call it on dynamically allocated memory.

How to break nested loops in JavaScript?

loop1:
    for (var i in set1) {
loop2:
        for (var j in set2) {
loop3:
            for (var k in set3) {
                break loop2;  // breaks out of loop3 and loop2
            }
        }
    }

code copied from Best way to break from nested loops in Javascript?

Please search before posting a question. The link was the FIRST related question I saw on the left side of this page!

Convert datetime value into string

Try this:

concat(left(datefield,10),left(timefield,8))
  • 10 char on date field based on full date yyyy-MM-dd.

  • 8 char on time field based on full time hh:mm:ss.

It depends on the format you want it. normally you can use script above and you can concat another field or string as you want it.

Because actually date and time field tread as string if you read it. But of course you will got error while update or insert it.

Mongoose (mongodb) batch insert?

Indeed, you can use the "create" method of Mongoose, it can contain an array of documents, see this example:

Candy.create({ candy: 'jelly bean' }, { candy: 'snickers' }, function (err, jellybean, snickers) {
});

The callback function contains the inserted documents. You do not always know how many items has to be inserted (fixed argument length like above) so you can loop through them:

var insertedDocs = [];
for (var i=1; i<arguments.length; ++i) {
    insertedDocs.push(arguments[i]);
}

Update: A better solution

A better solution would to use Candy.collection.insert() instead of Candy.create() - used in the example above - because it's faster (create() is calling Model.save() on each item so it's slower).

See the Mongo documentation for more information: http://docs.mongodb.org/manual/reference/method/db.collection.insert/

(thanks to arcseldon for pointing this out)

Adding days to a date in Java

java.time

With the Java 8 Date and Time API you can use the LocalDate class.

LocalDate.now().plusDays(nrOfDays)

See the Oracle Tutorial.

How can I get the list of files in a directory using C or C++?

Shreevardhan answer works great. But if you want to use it in c++14 just make a change namespace fs = experimental::filesystem;

i.e.,

#include <string>
#include <iostream>
#include <filesystem>

using namespace std;
namespace fs = experimental::filesystem;

int main()
{
    string path = "C:\\splits\\";
    for (auto & p : fs::directory_iterator(path))
        cout << p << endl;
    int n;
    cin >> n;
}

BitBucket - download source as ZIP

To Download Specific Branch - Go To Downloads from Left panel, Select Branches on Downloads page. It will list all Branches available. Download your desired branch in zip, gz, or bz2 format.

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ORDER BY items must appear in the select list if SELECT DISTINCT is specified

Distinct and Group By generally do the same kind of thing, for different purposes... They both create a 'working" table in memory based on the columns being Grouped on, (or selected in the Select Distinct clause) - and then populate that working table as the query reads data, adding a new "row" only when the values indicate the need to do so...

The only difference is that in the Group By there are additional "columns" in the working table for any calculated aggregate fields, like Sum(), Count(), Avg(), etc. that need to updated for each original row read. Distinct doesn't have to do this... In the special case where you Group By only to get distinct values, (And there are no aggregate columns in output), then it is probably exactly the same query plan.... It would be interesting to review the query execution plan for the two options and see what it did...

Certainly Distinct is the way to go for readability if that is what you are doing (When your purpose is to eliminate duplicate rows, and you are not calculating any aggregate columns)

Best implementation for hashCode method for a collection

It is better to use the functionality provided by Eclipse which does a pretty good job and you can put your efforts and energy in developing the business logic.

Using DISTINCT and COUNT together in a MySQL Query

What the hell of all this work anthers

it's too simple

if you want a list of how much productId in each keyword here it's the code

SELECT count(productId),  keyword  FROM `Table_name` GROUP BY keyword; 

How to execute a * .PY file from a * .IPYNB file on the Jupyter notebook?

In the %run magic documentation you can find:

-i run the file in IPython’s namespace instead of an empty one. This is useful if you are experimenting with code written in a text editor which depends on variables defined interactively.

Therefore, supplying -i does the trick:

%run -i 'script.py'

The "correct" way to do it

Maybe the command above is just what you need, but with all the attention this question gets, I decided to add a few more cents to it for those who don't know how a more pythonic way would look like.
The solution above is a little hacky, and makes the code in the other file confusing (Where does this x variable come from? and what is the f function?).

I'd like to show you how to do it without actually having to execute the other file over and over again.
Just turn it into a module with its own functions and classes and then import it from your Jupyter notebook or console. This also has the advantage of making it easily reusable and jupyters contextassistant can help you with autocompletion or show you the docstring if you wrote one.
If you're constantly editing the other file, then autoreload comes to your help.

Your example would look like this:
script.py

import matplotlib.pyplot as plt

def myplot(f, x):
    """
    :param f: function to plot
    :type f: callable
    :param x: values for x
    :type x: list or ndarray

    Plots the function f(x).
    """
    # yes, you can pass functions around as if
    # they were ordinary variables (they are)
    plt.plot(x, f(x))
    plt.xlabel("Eje $x$",fontsize=16)
    plt.ylabel("$f(x)$",fontsize=16)
    plt.title("Funcion $f(x)$")

Jupyter console

In [1]: import numpy as np

In [2]: %load_ext autoreload

In [3]: %autoreload 1

In [4]: %aimport script

In [5]: def f(x):
      :     return np.exp(-x ** 2)
      :
      :

In [6]: x = np.linspace(-1, 3, 100)

In [7]: script.myplot(f, x)

In [8]: ?script.myplot
Signature: script.myplot(f, x)
Docstring:
:param f: function to plot
:type f: callable
:param x: x values
:type x: list or ndarray
File:      [...]\script.py
Type:      function

Get visible items in RecyclerView

Following Linear / Grid LayoutManager methods can be used to check which items are visible

int findFirstVisibleItemPosition();
int findLastVisibleItemPosition();
int findFirstCompletelyVisibleItemPosition();
int findLastCompletelyVisibleItemPosition();

and if you want to track is item visible on screen for some threshold then you can refer to the following blog.

https://proandroiddev.com/detecting-list-items-perceived-by-user-8f164dfb1d05

HTML / CSS How to add image icon to input type="button"?

you can try insert image inside button http://jsfiddle.net/s5GVh/1415/

<button type="submit"><img src='https://aca5.accela.com/bcc/app_themesDefault/assets/gsearch_disabled.png'/></button>

Right HTTP status code to wrong input

We had the same problem when making our API as well. We were looking for an HTTP status code equivalent to an InvalidArgumentException. After reading the source article below, we ended up using 422 Unprocessable Entity which states:

The 422 (Unprocessable Entity) status code means the server understands the content type of the request entity (hence a 415 (Unsupported Media Type) status code is inappropriate), and the syntax of the request entity is correct (thus a 400 (Bad Request) status code is inappropriate) but was unable to process the contained instructions. For example, this error condition may occur if an XML request body contains well-formed (i.e., syntactically correct), but semantically erroneous, XML instructions.

source: https://www.bennadel.com/blog/2434-http-status-codes-for-invalid-data-400-vs-422.htm

Why should we include ttf, eot, woff, svg,... in a font-face

Woff is a compressed (zipped) form of the TrueType - OpenType font. It is small and can be delivered over the network like a graphic file. Most importantly, this way the font is preserved completely including rendering rule tables that very few people care about because they use only Latin script.

Take a look at [dead URL removed]. The font you see is an experimental web delivered smartfont (woff) that has thousands of combined characters making complex shapes. The underlying text is simple Latin code of romanized Singhala. (Copy and paste to Notepad and see).

Only woff can do this because nobody has this font and yet it is seen anywhere (Mac, Win, Linux and even on smartphones by all browsers except by IE. IE does not have full support for Open Types).

ImportError: No module named google.protobuf

On Mac OS - Installing tensorflow 1.3 - it will automatically remove other protobuf installs and install protobuf 3.4. However, this does not work and neither does installing or downgrading to any other protobuf version.

However I found a solution. Not sure why this works - but on Mac OS this solved it.

pip install google

Hide/Show Column in an HTML Table

The following should do it:

$("input[type='checkbox']").click(function() {
    var index = $(this).attr('name').substr(2);
    $('table tr').each(function() { 
        $('td:eq(' + index + ')',this).toggle();
    });
});

This is untested code, but the principle is that you choose the table cell in each row that corresponds to the chosen index extracted from the checkbox name. You could of course limit the selectors with a class or an ID.

Converting newline formatting from Mac to Windows

Expanding on the answers of Anne and JosephH, using perl in a short perl script, since i'm too lazy to type the perl-one-liner very time.
Create a file, named for example "unix2dos.pl" and put it in a directory in your path. Edit the file to contain the 2 lines:

#!/usr/bin/perl -wpi
s/\n|\r\n/\r\n/g;

Assuming that "which perl" returns "/usr/bin/perl" on your system. Make the file executable (chmod u+x unix2dos.pl).

Example:
$ echo "hello" > xxx
$ od -c xxx (checking that the file ends with a nl)
0000000 h e l l o \n

$ unix2dos.pl xxx
$ od -c xxx (checking that it ends now in cr lf)
0000000 h e l l o \r \n

How to run a makefile in Windows?

You can install GNU make with chocolatey, a well-maintained package manager, which will add make to the global path and runs on all CLIs (powershell, git bash, cmd, etc…) saving you a ton of time in both maintenance and initial setup to get make running.

  1. Install the chocolatey package manager for Windows
    compatible to Windows 7+ / Windows Server 2003+

  2. Run choco install make

I am not affiliated with choco, but I highly recommend it, so far it has never let me down and I do have a talent for breaking software unintentionally.

Comparing two integer arrays in Java

From what I see you just try to see if they are equal, if this is true, just go with something like this:

boolean areEqual = Arrays.equals(arr1, arr2);

This is the standard way of doing it.

Please note that the arrays must be also sorted to be considered equal, from the JavaDoc:

Two arrays are considered equal if both arrays contain the same number of elements, and all corresponding pairs of elements in the two arrays are equal. In other words, two arrays are equal if they contain the same elements in the same order.

Sorry for missing that.

HTML5 textarea placeholder not appearing

Well, technically it does not have to be on the same line as long as there is no character between the ending ">" from start tag and the starting "<" from the closing tag. That is you need to end with ...></textarea> as in the example below:

<p><label>Comments:<br>
       <textarea id = "comments" rows = "4" cols = "36" 
            placeholder = "Enter comments here"
            class = "valid"></textarea>
    </label>
</p>

mysql datetime comparison

I know its pretty old but I just encounter the problem and there is what I saw in the SQL doc :

[For best results when using BETWEEN with date or time values,] use CAST() to explicitly convert the values to the desired data type. Examples: If you compare a DATETIME to two DATE values, convert the DATE values to DATETIME values. If you use a string constant such as '2001-1-1' in a comparison to a DATE, cast the string to a DATE.

I assume it's better to use STR_TO_DATE since they took the time to make a function just for that and also the fact that i found this in the BETWEEN doc...

Java count occurrence of each item in an array

You can use HashMap, where Key is your string and value - count.

Find object by id in an array of JavaScript objects

ECMAScript 2015 (JavaScript ES6) provides the find() method on arrays:

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 {id:1, name:"bob"},
 {id:2, name:"dan"},
 {id:3, name:"barb"},
]

// grab the Array item which matchs the id "2"
var item = myArray.find(item => item.id === 2);

// print
console.log(item.name);
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It works without external libraries. But if you want older browser support you might want to include this polyfill.

What jsf component can render a div tag?

You can create a DIV component using the <h:panelGroup/>. By default, the <h:panelGroup/> will generate a SPAN in the HTML code.

However, if you specify layout="block", then the component will be a DIV in the generated HTML code.

<h:panelGroup layout="block"/>

How do I make a C++ console program exit?

This SO post provides an answer as well as explanation why not to use exit(). Worth a read.

In short, you should return 0 in main(), as it will run all of the destructors and do object cleanup. Throwing would also work if you are exiting from an error.

How to grant remote access to MySQL for a whole subnet?

mysql> GRANT ALL ON *.* to root@'192.168.1.%' IDENTIFIED BY 'your-root-password';  

The wildcard character is a "%" instead of an "*"

How to get/generate the create statement for an existing hive table?

As of Hive 0.10 this patch-967 implements SHOW CREATE TABLE which "shows the CREATE TABLE statement that creates a given table, or the CREATE VIEW statement that creates a given view."

Usage:

SHOW CREATE TABLE myTable;

Python lookup hostname from IP with 1 second timeout

>>> import socket
>>> socket.gethostbyaddr("69.59.196.211")
('stackoverflow.com', ['211.196.59.69.in-addr.arpa'], ['69.59.196.211'])

For implementing the timeout on the function, this stackoverflow thread has answers on that.

What should main() return in C and C++?

Returning 0 should tell the programmer that the program has successfully finished the job.

How to add a spinner icon to button when it's in the Loading state?

Here is a full-fledged css solution inspired by Bulma. Just add

    .button {
      display: inline-flex;
      align-items: center;
      justify-content: center;
      position: relative;
      min-width: 200px;
      max-width: 100%;
      min-height: 40px;
      text-align: center;
      cursor: pointer;
    }

    @-webkit-keyframes spinAround {
      from {
        -webkit-transform: rotate(0deg);
        transform: rotate(0deg);
      }
      to {
        -webkit-transform: rotate(359deg);
        transform: rotate(359deg);
      }
    }
    @keyframes spinAround {
      from {
        -webkit-transform: rotate(0deg);
        transform: rotate(0deg);
      }
      to {
        -webkit-transform: rotate(359deg);
        transform: rotate(359deg);
      }
    }

    .button.is-loading {
      text-indent: -9999px;
      box-shadow: none;
      font-size: 1rem;
      height: 2.25em;
      line-height: 1.5;
      vertical-align: top;
      padding-bottom: calc(0.375em - 1px);
      padding-left: 0.75em;
      padding-right: 0.75em;
      padding-top: calc(0.375em - 1px);
      white-space: nowrap;
    }

    .button.is-loading::after  {
      -webkit-animation: spinAround 500ms infinite linear;
      animation: spinAround 500ms infinite linear;
      border: 2px solid #dbdbdb;
      border-radius: 290486px;
      border-right-color: transparent;
      border-top-color: transparent;
      content: "";
      display: block;
      height: 1em;
      position: relative;
      width: 1em;
    }

detect back button click in browser

So as far as AJAX is concerned...

Pressing back while using most web-apps that use AJAX to navigate specific parts of a page is a HUGE issue. I don't accept that 'having to disable the button means you're doing something wrong' and in fact developers in different facets have long run into this problem. Here's my solution:

window.onload = function () {
    if (typeof history.pushState === "function") {
        history.pushState("jibberish", null, null);
        window.onpopstate = function () {
            history.pushState('newjibberish', null, null);
            // Handle the back (or forward) buttons here
            // Will NOT handle refresh, use onbeforeunload for this.
        };
    }
    else {
        var ignoreHashChange = true;
        window.onhashchange = function () {
            if (!ignoreHashChange) {
                ignoreHashChange = true;
                window.location.hash = Math.random();
                // Detect and redirect change here
                // Works in older FF and IE9
                // * it does mess with your hash symbol (anchor?) pound sign
                // delimiter on the end of the URL
            }
            else {
                ignoreHashChange = false;   
            }
        };
    }
}

As far as Ive been able to tell this works across chrome, firefox, haven't tested IE yet.

.aspx vs .ashx MAIN difference

For folks that have programmed in nodeJs before, particularly using expressJS. I think of .ashx as a middleware that calls the next function. While .aspx will be the controller that actually responds to the request either around res.redirect, res.send or whatever.

What is the correct way to create a single-instance WPF application?

It looks like there is a really good way to handle this:

WPF Single Instance Application

This provides a class you can add that manages all the mutex and messaging cruff to simplify the your implementation to the point where it's simply trivial.

initialize a vector to zeros C++/C++11

Initializing a vector having struct, class or Union can be done this way

std::vector<SomeStruct> someStructVect(length);
memset(someStructVect.data(), 0, sizeof(SomeStruct)*length);

How to connect HTML Divs with Lines?

It's kind of a pain to position, but you could use 1px wide divs as lines and position and rotate them appropriately.

http://jsfiddle.net/sbaBG/1

<div class="box" id="box1"></div>
<div class="box" id="box2"></div>
<div class="box" id="box3"></div>

<div class="line" id="line1"></div>
<div class="line" id="line2"></div>
.box {
    border: 1px solid black;
    background-color: #ccc;
    width: 100px;
    height: 100px;
    position: absolute;
}
.line {
    width: 1px;
    height: 100px;
    background-color: black;
    position: absolute;
}
#box1 {
    top: 0;
    left: 0;
}
#box2 {
    top: 200px;
    left: 0;
}
#box3 {
    top: 250px;
    left: 200px;
}
#line1 {
    top: 100px;
    left: 50px;
}
#line2 {
    top: 220px;
    left: 150px;
    height: 115px;

    transform: rotate(120deg);
    -webkit-transform: rotate(120deg);
    -ms-transform: rotate(120deg);
}

Resize image proportionally with CSS?

The css properties max-width and max-height work great, but aren't supported by IE6 and I believe IE7. You would want to use this over height / width so you don't accidentally scale an image up. You would just want to limit the maximum height/width proportionately.

How to get substring from string in c#?

Here is example of getting substring from 14 character to end of string. You can modify it to fit your needs

string text = "Retrieves a substring from this instance. The substring starts at a specified character position.";
//get substring where 14 is start index
string substring = text.Substring(14);

How create table only using <div> tag and Css

.div-table {
  display: table;         
  width: auto;         
  background-color: #eee;         
  border: 1px solid #666666;         
  border-spacing: 5px; /* cellspacing:poor IE support for  this */
}
.div-table-row {
  display: table-row;
  width: auto;
  clear: both;
}
.div-table-col {
  float: left; /* fix for  buggy browsers */
  display: table-column;         
  width: 200px;         
  background-color: #ccc;  
}

Runnable snippet:

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  width: auto;         _x000D_
  background-color: #eee;         _x000D_
  border: 1px solid #666666;         _x000D_
  border-spacing: 5px; /* cellspacing:poor IE support for  this */_x000D_
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.div-table-col {_x000D_
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  display: table-column;         _x000D_
  width: 200px;         _x000D_
  background-color: #ccc;  _x000D_
}
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      <div class="div-table">_x000D_
             <div class="div-table-row">_x000D_
                <div class="div-table-col" align="center">Customer ID</div>_x000D_
                <div  class="div-table-col">Customer Name</div>_x000D_
                <div  class="div-table-col">Customer Address</div>_x000D_
             </div>_x000D_
            <div class="div-table-row">_x000D_
                  <div class="div-table-col">001</div>_x000D_
                <div class="div-table-col">002</div>_x000D_
                <div class="div-table-col">003</div>_x000D_
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            <div class="div-table-row">_x000D_
                <div class="div-table-col">xxx</div>_x000D_
                <div class="div-table-col">yyy</div>_x000D_
                <div class="div-table-col">www</div>_x000D_
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            <div class="div-table-row">_x000D_
                <div class="div-table-col">ttt</div>_x000D_
                <div class="div-table-col">uuu</div>_x000D_
                <div class="div-table-col">Mkkk</div>_x000D_
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</body>
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What exactly does += do in python?

x += 5 is not exactly the same as saying x = x + 5 in Python.

Note here:

In [1]: x = [2, 3, 4]    
In [2]: y = x    
In [3]: x += 7, 8, 9    
In [4]: x
Out[4]: [2, 3, 4, 7, 8, 9]    
In [5]: y
Out[5]: [2, 3, 4, 7, 8, 9]    
In [6]: x += [44, 55]    
In [7]: x
Out[7]: [2, 3, 4, 7, 8, 9, 44, 55]    
In [8]: y
Out[8]: [2, 3, 4, 7, 8, 9, 44, 55]    
In [9]: x = x + [33, 22]    
In [10]: x
Out[10]: [2, 3, 4, 7, 8, 9, 44, 55, 33, 22]    
In [11]: y
Out[11]: [2, 3, 4, 7, 8, 9, 44, 55]

See for reference: Why does += behave unexpectedly on lists?

How to use registerReceiver method?

The whole code if somebody need it.

void alarm(Context context, Calendar calendar) {
    AlarmManager alarmManager = (AlarmManager)context.getSystemService(ALARM_SERVICE);

    final String SOME_ACTION = "com.android.mytabs.MytabsActivity.AlarmReceiver";
    IntentFilter intentFilter = new IntentFilter(SOME_ACTION);

    AlarmReceiver mReceiver = new AlarmReceiver();
    context.registerReceiver(mReceiver, intentFilter);

    Intent anotherIntent = new Intent(SOME_ACTION);
    PendingIntent pendingIntent = PendingIntent.getBroadcast(context, 0, anotherIntent, 0);
    alramManager.set(AlarmManager.RTC_WAKEUP, calendar.getTimeInMillis(), pendingIntent);

    Toast.makeText(context, "Added", Toast.LENGTH_LONG).show();
}

class AlarmReceiver extends BroadcastReceiver {     
    @Override
    public void onReceive(Context context, Intent arg1) {
        Toast.makeText(context, "Started", Toast.LENGTH_LONG).show();
    }
}

jQuery disable a link

I always use this in jQuery for disabling links

$("form a").attr("disabled", "disabled");

HTML list-style-type dash

Here's a version without any position relative or absolute and without text-indent:

ul.dash {
    list-style: none;
    margin-left: 0;
    padding-left: 1em;
}
ul.dash > li:before {
    display: inline-block;
    content: "-";
    width: 1em;
    margin-left: -1em;
}

Enjoy ;)

Formatting ISODate from Mongodb

you can use mongo query like this yearMonthDayhms: { $dateToString: { format: "%Y-%m-%d-%H-%M-%S", date: {$subtract:["$cdt",14400000]}}}

HourMinute: { $dateToString: { format: "%H-%M-%S", date: {$subtract:["$cdt",14400000]}}}

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Use cell's color as condition in if statement (function)

You cannot use VBA (Interior.ColorIndex) in a formula which is why you receive the error.

It is not possible to do this without VBA.

Function YellowIt(rng As Range) As Boolean
    If rng.Interior.ColorIndex = 6 Then
        YellowIt = True
    Else
        YellowIt = False
    End If
End Function

However, I do not recommend this: it is not how user-defined VBA functions (UDFs) are intended to be used. They should reflect the behaviour of Excel functions, which cannot read the colour-formatting of a cell. (This function may not work in a future version of Excel.)

It is far better that you base a formula on the original condition (decision) that makes the cell yellow in the first place. Or, alternatively, run a Sub procedure to fill in the True or False values (although, of course, these values will no longer be linked to the original cell's formatting).

TypeError: unhashable type: 'dict', when dict used as a key for another dict

What it seems like to me is that by calling the keys method you're returning to python a dictionary object when it's looking for a list or a tuple. So try taking all of the keys in the dictionary, putting them into a list and then using the for loop.

How to set javascript variables using MVC4 with Razor

You should take a look at the output that your razor page is resulting. Actually, you need to know what is executed by server-side and client-side. Try this:

@{
    int proID = 123; 
    int nonProID = 456;
}

<script>

    var nonID = @nonProID;
    var proID = @proID;
    window.nonID = @nonProID;
    window.proID = @proID;

</script>

The output should be like this:

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Depending what version of Visual Studio you are using, it point some highlights in the design-time for views with razor.

Turn off constraints temporarily (MS SQL)

-- Disable the constraints on a table called tableName:
ALTER TABLE tableName NOCHECK CONSTRAINT ALL

-- Re-enable the constraints on a table called tableName:
ALTER TABLE tableName WITH CHECK CHECK CONSTRAINT ALL
---------------------------------------------------------

-- Disable constraints for all tables:
EXEC sp_msforeachtable 'ALTER TABLE ? NOCHECK CONSTRAINT all'

-- Re-enable constraints for all tables:
EXEC sp_msforeachtable 'ALTER TABLE ? WITH CHECK CHECK CONSTRAINT all'
---------------------------------------------------------

How can I use a local image as the base image with a dockerfile?

You can have - characters in your images. Assume you have a local image (not a local registry) named centos-base-image with tag 7.3.1611.

docker version 
      Client:
       Version:         1.12.6
       API version:     1.24
       Package version: docker-common-1.12.6-16.el7.centos.x86_64
       Go version:      go1.7.4

      Server:
       Version:         1.12.6
       API version:     1.24
       Package version: docker-common-1.12.6-16.el7.centos.x86_64
       Go version:      go1.7.4

docker images
 REPOSITORY            TAG
 centos-base-image     7.3.1611

Dockerfile

FROM centos-base-image:7.3.1611
RUN yum -y install epel-release libaio bc flex

Result

Sending build context to Docker daemon 315.9 MB
Step 1 : FROM centos-base-image:7.3.1611
  ---> c4d84e86782e
Step 2 : RUN yum -y install epel-release libaio bc flex
  ---> Running in 36d8abd0dad9
...

In the example above FROM is fetching your local image, you can provide additional instructions to fetch an image from your custom registry (e.g. FROM localhost:5000/my-image:with.tag). See https://docs.docker.com/engine/reference/commandline/pull/#pull-from-a-different-registry and https://docs.docker.com/registry/#tldr

Finally, if your image is not being resolved when providing a name, try adding a tag to the image when you create it

This GitHub thread describes a similar issue of not finding local images by name.

By omitting a specific tag, docker will look for an image tagged "latest", so either create an image with the :latest tag, or change your FROM

How to make script execution wait until jquery is loaded

I don't think that's your problem. Script loading is synchronous by default, so unless you're using the defer attribute or loading jQuery itself via another AJAX request, your problem is probably something more like a 404. Can you show your markup, and let us know if you see anything suspicious in firebug or web inspector?

Determine the process pid listening on a certain port

on windows, the netstat option to get the pid's is -o and -p selects a protocol filter, ex.: netstat -a -p tcp -o

Convert an integer to an array of digits

Try this!


int num = 1234; 

String s = Integer.toString(num); 

int[] intArray = new int[s.length()]; 


for(int i=0; i<s.length(); i++){
    intArray[i] = Character.getNumericValue(s.charAt(i));
}

How to extract duration time from ffmpeg output?

ffmpeg -i abc.mp4 2>&1 | grep Duration | cut -d ' ' -f 4 | sed s/,//

gives output

HH:MM:SS.milisecs

How to put data containing double-quotes in string variable?

You can escape (this is how this principle is called) the double quotes by prefixing them with another double quote. You can put them in a string as follows:

Dim MyVar as string = "some text ""hello"" "

This will give the MyVar variable a value of some text "hello".