Programs & Examples On #Paypal subscriptions

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How do I exit the Vim editor?

After hitting ESC (or cmd + C on my computer) you must hit : for the command prompt to appear. Then, you may enter quit.

You may find that the machine will not allow you to quit because your information hasn't been saved. If you'd like to quit anyway, enter ! directly after the quit (i.e. :quit!).

downcast and upcast

Upcasting (using (Employee)someInstance) is generally easy as the compiler can tell you at compile time if a type is derived from another.

Downcasting however has to be done at run time generally as the compiler may not always know whether the instance in question is of the type given. C# provides two operators for this - is which tells you if the downcast works, and return true/false. And as which attempts to do the cast and returns the correct type if possible, or null if not.

To test if an employee is a manager:

Employee m = new Manager();
Employee e = new Employee();

if(m is Manager) Console.WriteLine("m is a manager");
if(e is Manager) Console.WriteLine("e is a manager");

You can also use this

Employee someEmployee = e  as Manager;
    if(someEmployee  != null) Console.WriteLine("someEmployee (e) is a manager");

Employee someEmployee = m  as Manager;
    if(someEmployee  != null) Console.WriteLine("someEmployee (m) is a manager");

Why does the html input with type "number" allow the letter 'e' to be entered in the field?

To hide both letter e and minus sign - just go for:

onkeydown="return event.keyCode !== 69 && event.keyCode !== 189"

What is the best way to use a HashMap in C++?

For those of us trying to figure out how to hash our own classes whilst still using the standard template, there is a simple solution:

  1. In your class you need to define an equality operator overload ==. If you don't know how to do this, GeeksforGeeks has a great tutorial https://www.geeksforgeeks.org/operator-overloading-c/

  2. Under the standard namespace, declare a template struct called hash with your classname as the type (see below). I found a great blogpost that also shows an example of calculating hashes using XOR and bitshifting, but that's outside the scope of this question, but it also includes detailed instructions on how to accomplish using hash functions as well https://prateekvjoshi.com/2014/06/05/using-hash-function-in-c-for-user-defined-classes/

namespace std {

  template<>
  struct hash<my_type> {
    size_t operator()(const my_type& k) {
      // Do your hash function here
      ...
    }
  };

}
  1. So then to implement a hashtable using your new hash function, you just have to create a std::map or std::unordered_map just like you would normally do and use my_type as the key, the standard library will automatically use the hash function you defined before (in step 2) to hash your keys.
#include <unordered_map>

int main() {
  std::unordered_map<my_type, other_type> my_map;
}

Composer Update Laravel

You can use :

composer self-update --2

To update to 2.0.8 version (Latest stable version)

Using VBA to get extended file attributes

You can get this with .BuiltInDocmementProperties.

For example:

Public Sub PrintDocumentProperties()
    Dim oApp As New Excel.Application
    Dim oWB As Workbook
    Set oWB = ActiveWorkbook

    Dim title As String
    title = oWB.BuiltinDocumentProperties("Title")

    Dim lastauthor As String
    lastauthor = oWB.BuiltinDocumentProperties("Last Author")

    Debug.Print title
    Debug.Print lastauthor
End Sub

See this page for all the fields you can access with this: http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/bb220896.aspx

If you're trying to do this outside of the client (i.e. with Excel closed and running code from, say, a .NET program), you need to use DSOFile.dll.

Sleep for milliseconds

If using MS Visual C++ 10.0, you can do this with standard library facilities:

Concurrency::wait(milliseconds);

you will need:

#include <concrt.h>

best OCR (Optical character recognition) example in android

Like you I also faced many problems implementing OCR in Android, but after much Googling I found the solution, and it surely is the best example of OCR.

Let me explain using step-by-step guidance.

First, download the source code from https://github.com/rmtheis/tess-two.

Import all three projects. After importing you will get an error. To solve the error you have to create a res folder in the tess-two project

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First, just create res folder in tess-two by tess-two->RightClick->new Folder->Name it "res"

After doing this in all three project the error should be gone.

Now download the source code from https://github.com/rmtheis/android-ocr, here you will get best example.

Now you just need to import it into your workspace, but first you have to download android-ndk from this site:

http://developer.android.com/tools/sdk/ndk/index.html i have windows 7 - 32 bit PC so I have download http://dl.google.com/android/ndk/android-ndk-r9-windows-x86.zip this file

Now extract it suppose I have extract it into E:\Software\android-ndk-r9 so I will set this path on Environment Variable

Right Click on MyComputer->Property->Advance-System-Settings->Advance->Environment Variable-> find PATH on second below Box and set like path like below picture

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done it

Now open cmd and go to on D:\Android Workspace\tess-two like below

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If you have successfully set up environment variable of NDK then just type ndk-build just like above picture than enter you will not get any kind of error and all file will be compiled successfully:

Now download other source code also from https://github.com/rmtheis/tess-two , and extract and import it and give it name OCRTest, like in my PC which is in D:\Android Workspace\OCRTest

enter image description here

Import test-two in this and run OCRTest and run it; you will get the best example of OCR.

Can I get Unix's pthread.h to compile in Windows?

There are, as i recall, two distributions of the gnu toolchain for windows: mingw and cygwin.

I'd expect cygwin work - a lot of effort has been made to make that a "stadard" posix environment.

The mingw toolchain uses msvcrt.dll for its runtime and thus will probably expose msvcrt's "thread" api: _beginthread which is defined in <process.h>

How to allow access outside localhost

Using ng serve --host 0.0.0.0 will allow you to connect to the ng serve using your ip instead of localhost.

EDIT

In newer versions of the cli, you have to provide your local ip address instead

EDIT 2

In newer versions of the cli (I think v5 and up) you can use 0.0.0.0 as the ip again to host it for anyone on your network to talk to.

Get Row Index on Asp.net Rowcommand event

If you have a built-in command of GridView like insert, update or delete, on row command you can use the following code to get the index:

int index = Convert.ToInt32(e.CommandArgument);

In a custom command, you can set the command argument to yourRow.RowIndex.ToString() and then get it back in the RowCommand event handler. Unless, of course, you need the command argument for another purpose.

How do I reverse a C++ vector?

You can also use std::list instead of std::vector. list has a built-in function list::reverse for reversing elements.

Compiling a C++ program with gcc

The difference between gcc and g++ are:

     gcc            |        g++
compiles c source   |   compiles c++ source

use g++ instead of gcc to compile you c++ source.

What is the difference between static_cast<> and C style casting?

In short:

  1. static_cast<>() gives you a compile time checking ability, C-Style cast doesn't.
  2. static_cast<>() is more readable and can be spotted easily anywhere inside a C++ source code, C_Style cast is'nt.
  3. Intentions are conveyed much better using C++ casts.

More Explanation:

The static cast performs conversions between compatible types. It is similar to the C-style cast, but is more restrictive. For example, the C-style cast would allow an integer pointer to point to a char.

char c = 10;       // 1 byte
int *p = (int*)&c; // 4 bytes

Since this results in a 4-byte pointer ( a pointer to 4-byte datatype) pointing to 1 byte of allocated memory, writing to this pointer will either cause a run-time error or will overwrite some adjacent memory.

*p = 5; // run-time error: stack corruption

In contrast to the C-style cast, the static cast will allow the compiler to check that the pointer and pointee data types are compatible, which allows the programmer to catch this incorrect pointer assignment during compilation.

int *q = static_cast<int*>(&c); // compile-time error

You can also check this page on more explanation on C++ casts : Click Here

How to use PHP with Visual Studio

Maybe it's possible to debug PHP on Visual Studio, but it's simpler and more logical to use Eclipse PDT or Netbeans IDE for your PHP projects, aside from Visual Studio if you need to use both technologies from two different vendors.

SQL Server equivalent of MySQL's NOW()?

SYSDATETIME() and SYSUTCDATETIME()

are the DateTime2 equivalents of

GetDate() and GetUTCDate()

which return a DateTime.

DateTime2 is now the preferred method for storing the date and time in SQL Server 2008+. See the following StackOverflow Post.

C Programming: How to read the whole file contents into a buffer

A portable solution could use getc.

#include <stdio.h>

char buffer[MAX_FILE_SIZE];
size_t i;

for (i = 0; i < MAX_FILE_SIZE; ++i)
{
    int c = getc(fp);

    if (c == EOF)
    {
        buffer[i] = 0x00;
        break;
    }

    buffer[i] = c;
}

If you don't want to have a MAX_FILE_SIZE macro or if it is a big number (such that buffer would be to big to fit on the stack), use dynamic allocation.

jQuery vs. javascript?

Jquery VS javascript, I am completely against the OP in this question. Comparison happens with two similar things, not in such case.

Jquery is Javascript. A javascript library to reduce vague coding, collection commonly used javascript functions which has proven to help in efficient and fast coding.

Javascript is the source, the actual scripts that browser responds to.

How to iterate using ngFor loop Map containing key as string and values as map iteration

Angular’s keyvalue pipe can be used, but unfortunately it sorts by key. Maps already have an order and it would be great to be able to keep it!

We can define out own pipe mapkeyvalue which preserves the order of items in the map:

import { Pipe, PipeTransform } from '@angular/core';

// Holds a weak reference to its key (here a map), so if it is no longer referenced its value can be garbage collected.
const cache = new WeakMap<ReadonlyMap<any, any>, Array<{ key: any; value: any }>>();

@Pipe({ name: 'mapkeyvalue', pure: true })
export class MapKeyValuePipe implements PipeTransform {
  transform<K, V>(input: ReadonlyMap<K, V>): Iterable<{ key: K; value: V }> {
    const existing = cache.get(input);
    if (existing !== undefined) {
      return existing;
    }

    const iterable = Array.from(input, ([key, value]) => ({ key, value }));
    cache.set(input, iterable);
    return iterable;
  }
}

It can be used like so:

<mat-select>
  <mat-option *ngFor="let choice of choicesMap | mapkeyvalue" [value]="choice.key">
    {{ choice.value }}
  </mat-option>
</mat-select>

How to display two digits after decimal point in SQL Server

You can also Make use of the Following if you want to Cast and Round as well. That may help you or someone else.

SELECT CAST(ROUND(Column_Name, 2) AS DECIMAL(10,2), Name FROM Table_Name

Error when testing on iOS simulator: Couldn't register with the bootstrap server

Oh my - I tried EVERYTHING listed above and in other posts. Re-installed Xcode, rebooted my machine, copied all the missing files into the right folders... Eventually I backed-up my iphone, wiped it and restored it, and it worked!

I think what may have been the cause from reading in and around this was disconnecting my iphone white it was running with performance tools catching leaks. Or some such thing.

Aaaah, big sigh of relief.

Why is it faster to check if dictionary contains the key, rather than catch the exception in case it doesn't?

On the one hand, throwing exceptions is inherently expensive, because the stack has to be unwound etc.
On the other hand, accessing a value in a dictionary by its key is cheap, because it's a fast, O(1) operation.

BTW: The correct way to do this is to use TryGetValue

obj item;
if(!dict.TryGetValue(name, out item))
    return null;
return item;

This accesses the dictionary only once instead of twice.
If you really want to just return null if the key doesn't exist, the above code can be simplified further:

obj item;
dict.TryGetValue(name, out item);
return item;

This works, because TryGetValue sets item to null if no key with name exists.

Squaring all elements in a list

Use numpy.

import numpy as np
b = list(np.array(a)**2)

Is there a no-duplicate List implementation out there?

Off the top of my head, lists allow duplicates. You could quickly implement a UniqueArrayList and override all the add / insert functions to check for contains() before you call the inherited methods. For personal use, you could only implement the add method you use, and override the others to throw an exception in case future programmers try to use the list in a different manner.

Easiest way to activate PHP and MySQL on Mac OS 10.6 (Snow Leopard), 10.7 (Lion), 10.8 (Mountain Lion)?

This help me a lot:

http://maestric.com/doc/mac/apache_php_mysql_snow_leopard

It also works for Mac OS X Lion :D

.:EDIT:. On my case the prefepane only allows to start and stop mysql, but after some issues i've uninstalled him. If you need a application to run queries and create DB, you could use: Sequel Pro (it's free) or Navicat

If you need start and stop mysql in ~/.bash_profile you can add these lines:

#For MySQL
alias mysql_start="/Library/StartupItems/MySQLCOM/MySQLCOM start"
alias mysql_stop="/Library/StartupItems/MySQLCOM/MySQLCOM stop"

After reloaded the console just call:

$mysql_start 

or

$mysql_stop 

agreding the desired action. Hope helped you.

How to make an HTTP POST web request

In .net core you can make post-call with following code, here I added some extra features to this code so can make your code work behind a proxy and with network credentials if any, also here I mention that you can change the encoding of your message. I hope this explains all and help you in coding.

HttpClient client = GetHttpClient(_config);

        if (headers != null)
        {
            foreach (var header in headers)
            {
                client.DefaultRequestHeaders.TryAddWithoutValidation(header.Key, header.Value);
            }
        }

        client.BaseAddress = new Uri(baseAddress);

        Encoding encoding = Encoding.UTF8;


        var result = await client.PostAsync(url, new StringContent(body, encoding, "application/json")).ConfigureAwait(false);
        if (result.IsSuccessStatusCode)
        {
            return new RequestResponse { severity = "Success", httpResponse = result.Content.ReadAsStringAsync().Result, StatusCode = result.StatusCode };
        }
        else
        {
            return new RequestResponse { severity = "failure", httpResponse = result.Content.ReadAsStringAsync().Result, StatusCode = result.StatusCode };
        }


 public HttpClient GetHttpClient(IConfiguration _config)
        {
            bool ProxyEnable = Convert.ToBoolean(_config["GlobalSettings:ProxyEnable"]);

            HttpClient client = null;
            if (!ProxyEnable)
            {
                client = new HttpClient();
            }
            else
            {
                string ProxyURL = _config["GlobalSettings:ProxyURL"];
                string ProxyUserName = _config["GlobalSettings:ProxyUserName"];
                string ProxyPassword = _config["GlobalSettings:ProxyPassword"];
                string[] ExceptionURL = _config["GlobalSettings:ExceptionURL"].Split(';');
                bool BypassProxyOnLocal = Convert.ToBoolean(_config["GlobalSettings:BypassProxyOnLocal"]);
                bool UseDefaultCredentials = Convert.ToBoolean(_config["GlobalSettings:UseDefaultCredentials"]);

                WebProxy proxy = new WebProxy
                {
                    Address = new Uri(ProxyURL),
                    BypassProxyOnLocal = BypassProxyOnLocal,
                    UseDefaultCredentials = UseDefaultCredentials,
                    BypassList = ExceptionURL,
                    Credentials = new NetworkCredential(ProxyUserName, ProxyPassword)

                };

                HttpClientHandler handler = new HttpClientHandler { Proxy = proxy };
                client = new HttpClient(handler,true);
            }
            return client;
        }

Convert datatable to JSON in C#

An alternative way without using javascript serializer:

    public static string DataTableToJSON(DataTable Dt)
            {
                string[] StrDc = new string[Dt.Columns.Count];

                string HeadStr = string.Empty;
                for (int i = 0; i < Dt.Columns.Count; i++)
                {

                    StrDc[i] = Dt.Columns[i].Caption;
                    HeadStr += "\"" + StrDc[i] + "\":\"" + StrDc[i] + i.ToString() + "¾" + "\",";

                }

                HeadStr = HeadStr.Substring(0, HeadStr.Length - 1);

                StringBuilder Sb = new StringBuilder();

                Sb.Append("[");

                for (int i = 0; i < Dt.Rows.Count; i++)
                {

                    string TempStr = HeadStr;

                    for (int j = 0; j < Dt.Columns.Count; j++)
                    {

                        TempStr = TempStr.Replace(Dt.Columns[j] + j.ToString() + "¾", Dt.Rows[i][j].ToString().Trim());
                    }
                    //Sb.AppendFormat("{{{0}}},",TempStr);

                    Sb.Append("{"+TempStr + "},");
                }

                Sb = new StringBuilder(Sb.ToString().Substring(0, Sb.ToString().Length - 1));

                if(Sb.ToString().Length>0)
                Sb.Append("]");

                return StripControlChars(Sb.ToString());

            }
//To strip control characters:

//A character that does not represent a printable character but //serves to initiate a particular action.

            public static string StripControlChars(string s)
            {
                return Regex.Replace(s, @"[^\x20-\x7F]", "");
            }

How can I link a photo in a Facebook album to a URL

You can only do this to you own photos. Due to recent upgrades, Facebook has made this more difficult. To do this, go to the album page where the photo is that you want to link to. You should see thumbnail images of the photos in the album. Hold down the "Control" or "Command" key while clicking the photo that you wish to link to. A new browser tab will open with the picture you clicked. Under the picture there is a URL that you can send to others to share the photo. You might have to have the privacy settings for that album set so that anyone can see the photos in that album. If you don't the person who clicks the link may have to be signed in and also be your "friend."

Here is an example of one of my photos: http://www.facebook.com/photo.php?pid=43764341&l=0d8a526a64&id=25502298 -it's my cat.

Update:

The link below the photo no longer appears. Once you open the photo in a new tab you can right click the photo (Control+click for Mac users) and click "Copy Image URL" or similar and then share this link. Based on my tests the person who clicks the link doesn't need to use Facebook. The photo will load without the Facebook interface. Like this - http://a1.sphotos.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-ash4/189088_867367406856_25502298_43764341_1304758_n.jpg

What is the easiest way to ignore a JPA field during persistence?

This answer comes a little late, but it completes the response.

In order to avoid a field from an entity to be persisted in DB one can use one of the two mechanisms:

@Transient - the JPA annotation marking a field as not persistable

transient keyword in java. Beware - using this keyword, will prevent the field to be used with any serialization mechanism from java. So, if the field must be serialized you'd better use just the @Transient annotation.

Turn off constraints temporarily (MS SQL)

You can actually disable all database constraints in a single SQL command and the re-enable them calling another single command. See:

I am currently working with SQL Server 2005 but I am almost sure that this approach worked with SQL 2000 as well

MySQL: Convert INT to DATETIME

SELECT  FROM_UNIXTIME(mycolumn)
FROM    mytable

IFRAMEs and the Safari on the iPad, how can the user scroll the content?

This is what I did to get iframe scrolling to work on iPad. Note that this solution only works if you control the html that is displayed inside the iframe.

It actually turns off the default iframe scrolling, and instead causes the body tag inside the iframe to scroll.

main.html:

<!DOCTYPE html>
<html>
<head>
<style type="text/css">
#container {
    position: absolute;
    top: 50px;
    left: 50px;
    width: 400px;
    height: 300px;
    overflow: hidden;
}
#iframe {
    width: 400px;
    height: 300px;
}
</style>
</head>
<body>

    <div id="container">
        <iframe src="test.html" id="iframe" scrolling="no"></iframe>
    </div>

</body>
</html>

test.html:

<!DOCTYPE html>
<html>
<head>
<style type="text/css">
html { 
    overflow: auto; 
    -webkit-overflow-scrolling: touch; 
}
body {
    height: 100%;
    overflow: auto; 
    -webkit-overflow-scrolling: touch;
    margin: 0;
    padding: 8px;
}
</style>
</head>
<body>
…
</body>
</html>

The same could probably be accomplished using jQuery if you prefer:

$("#iframe").contents().find("body").css({
    "height": "100%",
    "overflow": "auto", 
    "-webkit-overflow-scrolling": "touch"
});

I used this solution to get TinyMCE (wordpress editor) to scroll properly on the iPad.

Select row on click react-table

Another mechanism for dynamic styling is to define it in the JSX for your component. For example, the following could be used to selectively style the current step in the React tic-tac-toe tutorial (one of the suggested extra credit enhancements:

  return (
    <li key={move}>
      <button style={{fontWeight:(move === this.state.stepNumber ? 'bold' : '')}} onClick={() => this.jumpTo(move)}>{desc}</button>
    </li>
  );

Granted, a cleaner approach would be to add/remove a 'selected' CSS class but this direct approach might be helpful in some cases.

Odd behavior when Java converts int to byte?

byte in Java is signed, so it has a range -2^7 to 2^7-1 - ie, -128 to 127. Since 132 is above 127, you end up wrapping around to 132-256=-124. That is, essentially 256 (2^8) is added or subtracted until it falls into range.

For more information, you may want to read up on two's complement.

base64 encode in MySQL

SELECT `id`,`name`, TO_BASE64(content) FROM `db`.`upload`

this will convert the blob value from content column to base64 string. Then you can do with this string whatever you want even insert it into another table

jQuery preventDefault() not triggered

Try this:

$("div.subtab_left li.notebook a").click(function(e) {
    e.preventDefault();
});

libxml install error using pip

I know I am late to the show,

But this will help if nothing else works out

mkdir ~/tmp
export TMPDIR=~/tmp
STATIC_DEPS=true easy_install-2.7 lxml

Setting TMPDIR will ensure that the build can run everything that it needs to run, and setting STATIC_DEPS will tell it to pull in its own libxml2 and libxslt2, instead of using the old versions installed on the server.

How do I remedy "The breakpoint will not currently be hit. No symbols have been loaded for this document." warning?

If you have both C# and native code(C/C++), make sure that native debugging is enabled for the project:
1. Right-click your Startup Project in Solution Explorer
2. Select Properties
3. Select "Debug" tab
4. Make sure Native Code debugging is enabled "Enable native code debugging" must be checked in order to be able to debug your native code

How to change indentation in Visual Studio Code?

In the toolbar in the bottom right corner you will see a item that looks like the following: enter image description here After clicking on it you will get the option to indent using either spaces or tabs. After selecting your indent type you will then have the option to change how big an indent is. In the case of the example above, indentation is set to 4 space characters per indent. If tab is selected as your indentation character then you will see Tab Size instead of Spaces

If you want to have this apply to all files and not on an idividual file basis, override the Editor: Tab Size and Editor: Insert Spaces settings in either User Settings or Workspace Settings depending on your needs

Edit 1

To get to your user or workspace settings go to Preferences -> Settings. Verify that you are on the User or Workspace tab depending on your needs and use the search bar to locate the settings. You may also want to disable Editor: Detect Indentation as this setting will override what you set for Editor: Insert Spaces and Editor: Tab Size when it is enabled

Switch statement for greater-than/less-than

Updating the accepted answer (can't comment yet). As of 1/12/16 using the demo jsfiddle in chrome, switch-immediate is the fastest solution.

Results: Time resolution: 1.33

   25ms "if-immediate" 150878146 
   29ms "if-indirect" 150878146
   24ms "switch-immediate" 150878146
   128ms "switch-range" 150878146
   45ms "switch-range2" 150878146
   47ms "switch-indirect-array" 150878146
   43ms "array-linear-switch" 150878146
   72ms "array-binary-switch" 150878146

Finished

 1.04 (   25ms) if-immediate
 1.21 (   29ms) if-indirect
 1.00 (   24ms) switch-immediate
 5.33 (  128ms) switch-range
 1.88 (   45ms) switch-range2
 1.96 (   47ms) switch-indirect-array
 1.79 (   43ms) array-linear-switch
 3.00 (   72ms) array-binary-switch

Find string between two substrings

To extract STRING, try:

myString = '123STRINGabc'
startString = '123'
endString = 'abc'

mySubString=myString[myString.find(startString)+len(startString):myString.find(endString)]

Convert string into Date type on Python

Use datetime.datetime.strptime:

>>> import datetime
>>> date = datetime.datetime.strptime('2012-02-10', '%Y-%m-%d')
>>> date.isoweekday()
5

Cannot delete or update a parent row: a foreign key constraint fails

The simple way would be to disable the foreign key check; make the changes then re-enable foreign key check.

SET FOREIGN_KEY_CHECKS=0; -- to disable them
SET FOREIGN_KEY_CHECKS=1; -- to re-enable them

Set font-weight using Bootstrap classes

On Bootstrap 4 you can use:

<p class="font-weight-bold">Bold text.</p>
<p class="font-weight-normal">Normal weight text.</p>
<p class="font-weight-light">Light weight text.</p>

Running AngularJS initialization code when view is loaded

Since AngularJS 1.5 we should use $onInit which is available on any AngularJS component. Taken from the component lifecycle documentation since v1.5 its the preffered way:

$onInit() - Called on each controller after all the controllers on an element have been constructed and had their bindings initialized (and before the pre & post linking functions for the directives on this element). This is a good place to put initialization code for your controller.

var myApp = angular.module('myApp',[]);
myApp.controller('MyCtrl', function ($scope) {

    //default state
    $scope.name = '';

    //all your init controller goodness in here
    this.$onInit = function () {
      $scope.name = 'Superhero';
    }
});

>> Fiddle Demo


An advanced example of using component lifecycle:

The component lifecycle gives us the ability to handle component stuff in a good way. It allows us to create events for e.g. "init", "change" or "destroy" of an component. In that way we are able to manage stuff which is depending on the lifecycle of an component. This little example shows to register & unregister an $rootScope event listener $on. By knowing, that an event $on binded on $rootScope will not be undinded when the controller loses its reference in the view or getting destroyed we need to destroy a $rootScope.$on listener manually. A good place to put that stuff is $onDestroy lifecycle function of an component:

var myApp = angular.module('myApp',[]);

myApp.controller('MyCtrl', function ($scope, $rootScope) {

  var registerScope = null;

  this.$onInit = function () {
    //register rootScope event
    registerScope = $rootScope.$on('someEvent', function(event) {
        console.log("fired");
    });
  }

  this.$onDestroy = function () {
    //unregister rootScope event by calling the return function
    registerScope();
  }
});

>> Fiddle demo

"Warning: iPhone apps should include an armv6 architecture" even with build config set

Quite a painful problem for me too. Just spent about an hour trying to build and re-build - no joy. In the end I had to do this:

  1. Upgrade the base SDK to the latest ( in my case iOS 5 )
  2. Restart xCode
  3. Clean & Build
  4. It worked!

I guess it's a bunch of jargon about arm6 , arm7 as it looked like my project was valid for both, at least the settings seemed to say so ) , my guess is this is a cynical way to bamboozle us with the technicalities, which we don't understand, so we just take the easy option and target the latest iOS ( good for Apple with more people being up-to-date ) ....

Fatal error: Allowed memory size of 134217728 bytes exhausted (tried to allocate 32 bytes)

128M == 134217728, the number you are seeing.

The memory limit is working fine. When it says it tried to allocate 32 bytes, that the amount requested by the last operation before failing.

Are you building any huge arrays or reading large text files? If so, remember to free any memory you don't need anymore, or break the task down into smaller steps.

PDF Editing in PHP?

There is a free and easy to use PDF class to create PDF documents. It's called FPDF. In combination with FPDI (http://www.setasign.de/products/pdf-php-solutions/fpdi) it is even possible to edit PDF documents. The following code shows how to use FPDF and FPDI to fill an existing gift coupon with the user data.

require_once('fpdf.php'); 
require_once('fpdi.php'); 
$pdf = new FPDI();

$pdf->AddPage(); 

$pdf->setSourceFile('gift_coupon.pdf'); 
// import page 1 
$tplIdx = $this->pdf->importPage(1); 
//use the imported page and place it at point 0,0; calculate width and height
//automaticallay and ajust the page size to the size of the imported page 
$this->pdf->useTemplate($tplIdx, 0, 0, 0, 0, true); 

// now write some text above the imported page 
$this->pdf->SetFont('Arial', '', '13'); 
$this->pdf->SetTextColor(0,0,0);
//set position in pdf document
$this->pdf->SetXY(20, 20);
//first parameter defines the line height
$this->pdf->Write(0, 'gift code');
//force the browser to download the output
$this->pdf->Output('gift_coupon_generated.pdf', 'D');

Hibernate Auto Increment ID

In case anyone "bumps" in this SO question in search for strategies for Informix table when PK is type Serial.

I have found that this works...as an example.

@Id
@GeneratedValue(strategy=GenerationType.IDENTITY)
@Column(name = "special_serial_pk")
private Integer special_serial_pk;

For this to work make sure when you do session.SaveOrUpdate you pass the value for the column special_serial_pk NULL .

In my case i do an HTML POST with JSON like so...

{
"special_serial_pk": null, //<-- Field to be incremented
"specialcolumn1": 1,
"specialcolumn2": "I love to code",
"specialcolumn3": true
}

Is the order of elements in a JSON list preserved?

"Is the order of elements in a JSON list maintained?" is not a good question. You need to ask "Is the order of elements in a JSON list maintained when doing [...] ?" As Felix King pointed out, JSON is a textual data format. It doesn't mutate without a reason. Do not confuse a JSON string with a (JavaScript) object.

You're probably talking about operations like JSON.stringify(JSON.parse(...)). Now the answer is: It depends on the implementation. 99%* of JSON parsers do not maintain the order of objects, and do maintain the order of arrays, but you might as well use JSON to store something like

{
    "son": "David",
    "daughter": "Julia",
    "son": "Tom",
    "daughter": "Clara"
}

and use a parser that maintains order of objects.

*probably even more :)

How to get the list of files in a directory in a shell script?

The accepted answer will not return files prefix with a . To do that use

for entry in "$search_dir"/* "$search_dir"/.[!.]* "$search_dir"/..?*
do
  echo "$entry"
done

Javascript: Unicode string to hex

It depends on what encoding you use. If you want to convert utf-8 encoded hex to string, use this:

function fromHex(hex,str){
  try{
    str = decodeURIComponent(hex.replace(/(..)/g,'%$1'))
  }
  catch(e){
    str = hex
    console.log('invalid hex input: ' + hex)
  }
  return str
}

For the other direction use this:

function toHex(str,hex){
  try{
    hex = unescape(encodeURIComponent(str))
    .split('').map(function(v){
      return v.charCodeAt(0).toString(16)
    }).join('')
  }
  catch(e){
    hex = str
    console.log('invalid text input: ' + str)
  }
  return hex
}

How to show Error & Warning Message Box in .NET/ How to Customize MessageBox

Try this:

MessageBox.Show("Some text", "Some title", 
    MessageBoxButtons.OK, MessageBoxIcon.Error);

PHP substring extraction. Get the string before the first '/' or the whole string

You can try using a regex like this:

$s = preg_replace('|/.*$|', '', $s);

sometimes, regex are slower though, so if performance is an issue, make sure to benchmark this properly and use an other alternative with substrings if it's more suitable for you.

Axios get access to response header fields

Faced same problem in asp.net core Hope this helps

public static class CorsConfig
{
    public static void AddCorsConfig(this IServiceCollection services)
    {
        services.AddCors(options =>
        {
            options.AddPolicy("CorsPolicy",
                builder => builder
                .WithExposedHeaders("X-Pagination")
                );
        });
    }
}

Java maximum memory on Windows XP

sun's JDK/JRE needs a contiguous amount of memory if you allocate a huge block.

The OS and initial apps tend to allocate bits and pieces during loading which fragments the available RAM. If a contiguous block is NOT available, the SUN JDK cannot use it. JRockit from Bea(acquired by Oracle) can allocate memory from pieces.

How to get current html page title with javascript

Like this :

jQuery(document).ready(function () {
    var title = jQuery(this).attr('title');
});

works for IE, Firefox and Chrome.

Find if a textbox is disabled or not using jquery

.prop('disabled') will return a Boolean:

var isDisabled = $('textbox').prop('disabled');

Here's the fiddle: http://jsfiddle.net/unhjM/

How to convert QString to std::string?

Try this:

#include <QDebug>
QString string;
// do things...
qDebug() << "right" << string << std::endl;

Convert a string to a datetime

Try to see if the following code helps you:

Dim iDate As String = "05/05/2005"
Dim oDate As DateTime = Convert.ToDateTime(iDate)

Finding the mode of a list

For those looking for the minimum mode, e.g:case of bi-modal distribution, using numpy.

import numpy as np
mode = np.argmax(np.bincount(your_list))

How do I clear a C++ array?

std::fill(a.begin(),a.end(),0);

PHP: How to handle <![CDATA[ with SimpleXMLElement?

The LIBXML_NOCDATA is optional third parameter of simplexml_load_file() function. This returns the XML object with all the CDATA data converted into strings.

$xml = simplexml_load_file($this->filename, 'SimpleXMLElement', LIBXML_NOCDATA);
echo "<pre>";
print_r($xml);
echo "</pre>";


Fix CDATA in SimpleXML

How to include another XHTML in XHTML using JSF 2.0 Facelets?

Included page:

<!-- opening and closing tags of included page -->
<ui:composition ...>
</ui:composition>

Including page:

<!--the inclusion line in the including page with the content-->
<ui:include src="yourFile.xhtml"/>
  • You start your included xhtml file with ui:composition as shown above.
  • You include that file with ui:include in the including xhtml file as also shown above.

In C/C++ what's the simplest way to reverse the order of bits in a byte?

I think this is simple enough

uint8_t reverse(uint8_t a)
{
  unsigned w = ((a << 7) & 0x0880) | ((a << 5) & 0x0440) | ((a << 3) & 0x0220) | ((a << 1) & 0x0110);
  return static_cast<uint8_t>(w | (w>>8));
}

or

uint8_t reverse(uint8_t a)
{
  unsigned w = ((a & 0x11) << 7) | ((a & 0x22) << 5) | ((a & 0x44) << 3) | ((a & 0x88) << 1);
  return static_cast<uint8_t>(w | (w>>8));
}

How can I declare and use Boolean variables in a shell script?

In many programming languages, the Boolean type is, or is implemented as, a subtype of integer, where true behaves like 1 and false behaves like 0:

Mathematically, Boolean algebra resembles integer arithmetic modulo 2. Therefore, if a language doesn't provide native Boolean type, the most natural and efficient solution is to use integers. This works with almost any language. For example, in Bash you can do:

# val=1; ((val)) && echo "true" || echo "false"
true
# val=0; ((val)) && echo "true" || echo "false"
false

man bash:

((expression))

The expression is evaluated according to the rules described below under ARITHMETIC EVALUATION. If the value of the expression is non-zero, the return status is 0; otherwise the return status is 1. This is exactly equivalent to let "expression".

How can I get the active screen dimensions?

You can use this to get desktop workspace bounds of the primary screen:

System.Windows.SystemParameters.WorkArea

This is also useful for getting just the size of the primary screen:

System.Windows.SystemParameters.PrimaryScreenWidth System.Windows.SystemParameters.PrimaryScreenHeight

commandButton/commandLink/ajax action/listener method not invoked or input value not set/updated

One more possibility: if the symptom is that the first invocation works, but subsequent ones do not, you may be using PrimeFaces 3.x with JSF 2.2, as detailed here: No ViewState is sent.

How to get elements with multiple classes

As @filoxo said, you can use document.querySelectorAll.

If you know that there is only one element with the class you are looking for, or you are interested only in the first one, you can use:

document.querySelector('.class1.class2');

BTW, while .class1.class2 indicates an element with both classes, .class1 .class2 (notice the whitespace) indicates an hierarchy - and element with class class2 which is inside en element with class class1:

<div class='class1'>
  <div>
    <div class='class2'>
      :
      :

And if you want to force retrieving a direct child, use > sign (.class1 > .class2):

<div class='class1'>
  <div class='class2'>
    :
    :

For entire information about selectors:
https://www.w3schools.com/jquery/jquery_ref_selectors.asp

Display HTML snippets in HTML

A combination of a couple answers that work together here:

_x000D_
_x000D_
function c(s) {_x000D_
    return s.split("&lt;").join("<").split("&gt;").join(">").split("&amp;").join("&")_x000D_
}_x000D_
_x000D_
displayMe.innerHTML = ok.innerHTML;_x000D_
console.log(_x000D_
  c(ok.innerHTML)_x000D_
)
_x000D_
<textarea style="display:none" id="ok">_x000D_
<script>_x000D_
console.log("hello", 5&9);_x000D_
</script>_x000D_
</textarea>_x000D_
<div id="displayMe">_x000D_
_x000D_
</div>
_x000D_
_x000D_
_x000D_

How do I close a single buffer (out of many) in Vim?

Use:

  • :ls - to list buffers
  • :bd#n - to close buffer where #n is the buffer number (use ls to get it)

Examples:

  • to delete buffer 2:

    :bd2
    

Call child method from parent

You can achieve this easily in this way

Steps-

  1. Create a boolean variable in the state in the parent class. Update this when you want to call a function.
  2. Create a prop variable and assign the boolean variable.
  3. From the child component access that variable using props and execute the method you want by having an if condition.

    class Child extends Component {
       Method=()=>{
       --Your method body--
       }
       render() {
         return (
        //check whether the variable has been updated or not
          if(this.props.updateMethod){
            this.Method();
          }
         )
       }
    }
    
    class Parent extends Component {
    
    constructor(){
      this.state={
       callMethod:false
      }
    
    }
    render() {
       return (
    
         //update state according to your requirement
         this.setState({
            callMethod:true
         }}
         <Child updateMethod={this.state.callMethod}></Child>
        );
       }
    }
    

Why use Optional.of over Optional.ofNullable?

Optional should mainly be used for results of Services anyway. In the service you know what you have at hand and return Optional.of(someValue) if you have a result and return Optional.empty() if you don't. In this case, someValue should never be null and still, you return an Optional.

How does "cat << EOF" work in bash?

Using tee instead of cat

Not exactly as an answer to the original question, but I wanted to share this anyway: I had the need to create a config file in a directory that required root rights.

The following does not work for that case:

$ sudo cat <<EOF >/etc/somedir/foo.conf
# my config file
foo=bar
EOF

because the redirection is handled outside of the sudo context.

I ended up using this instead:

$ sudo tee <<EOF /etc/somedir/foo.conf >/dev/null
# my config file
foo=bar
EOF

How can I display the users profile pic using the facebook graph api?

Here is the code that worked for me!

Assuming that you have a valid session going,

//Get the current users id
$uid = $facebook->getUser();

//create the url
$profile_pic =  "http://graph.facebook.com/".$uid."/picture";

//echo the image out
echo "<img src=\"" . $profile_pic . "\" />";

Thanx goes to Raine, you da man!

Launch programs whose path contains spaces

Try:-

Dim objShell
Set objShell = WScript.CreateObject( "WScript.Shell" )
objShell.Run("""c:\Program Files\Mozilla Firefox\firefox.exe""")
Set objShell = Nothing

Note the extra ""s in the string. Since the path to the exe contains spaces it needs to be contained with in quotes. (In this case simply using "firefox.exe" would work).

Also bear in mind that many programs exist in the c:\Program Files (x86) folder on 64 bit versions of Windows.

How to use a WSDL

I would fire up Visual Studio, create a web project (or console app - doesn't matter).

For .Net Standard:

  1. I would right-click on the project and pick "Add Service Reference" from the Add context menu.
  2. I would click on Advanced, then click on Add Service Reference.
  3. I would get the complete file path of the wsdl and paste into the address bar. Then fire the Arrow (go button).
  4. If there is an error trying to load the file, then there must be a broken and unresolved url the file needs to resolve as shown below: enter image description here Refer to this answer for information on how to fix: Stackoverflow answer to: Unable to create service reference for wsdl file

If there is no error, you should simply set the NameSpace you want to use to access the service and it'll be generated for you.

For .Net Core

  1. I would right click on the project and pick Connected Service from the Add context menu.
  2. I would select Microsoft WCF Web Service Reference Provider from the list.
  3. I would press browse and select the wsdl file straight away, Set the namespace and I am good to go. Refer to the error fix url above if you encounter any error.

Any of the methods above will generate a simple, very basic WCF client for you to use. You should find a "YourservicenameClient" class in the generated code.

For reference purpose, the generated cs file can be found in your Obj/debug(or release)/XsdGeneratedCode and you can still find the dlls in the TempPE folder.

The created Service(s) should have methods for each of the defined methods on the WSDL contract.

Instantiate the client and call the methods you want to call - that's all there is!

YourServiceClient client = new YourServiceClient();
client.SayHello("World!");

If you need to specify the remote URL (not using the one created by default), you can easily do this in the constructor of the proxy client:

YourServiceClient client = new YourServiceClient("configName", "remoteURL");

where configName is the name of the endpoint to use (you will use all the settings except the URL), and the remoteURL is a string representing the URL to connect to (instead of the one contained in the config).

Clone() vs Copy constructor- which is recommended in java

Clone is broken, so dont use it.

THE CLONE METHOD of the Object class is a somewhat magical method that does what no pure Java method could ever do: It produces an identical copy of its object. It has been present in the primordial Object superclass since the Beta-release days of the Java compiler*; and it, like all ancient magic, requires the appropriate incantation to prevent the spell from unexpectedly backfiring

Prefer a method that copies the object

Foo copyFoo (Foo foo){
  Foo f = new Foo();
  //for all properties in FOo
  f.set(foo.get());
  return f;
}

Read more http://adtmag.com/articles/2000/01/18/effective-javaeffective-cloning.aspx

How to download/checkout a project from Google Code in Windows?

If you don't want to install TortoiseSVN, you can simply install 'Subversion for Windows' from here:

http://sourceforge.net/projects/win32svn/

After installing, just open up a command prompt, go the folder you want to download into, then past in the checkout command as indicated on the project's 'source' page. E.g.

svn checkout http://projectname.googlecode.com/svn/trunk/ projectname-read-only

Note the space between the URL and the last string is intentional, the last string is the folder name into which the source will be downloaded.

Html5 Placeholders with .NET MVC 3 Razor EditorFor extension?

I think create a custom EditorTemplate is not good solution, beause you need to care about many possible tepmlates for different cases: strings, numsers, comboboxes and so on. Other solution is custom extention to HtmlHelper.

Model:

public class MyViewModel
{
    [PlaceHolder("Enter title here")]
    public string Title { get; set; }
}

Html helper extension:

   public static MvcHtmlString BsEditorFor<TModel, TValue>(this HtmlHelper<TModel> htmlHelper,
    Expression<Func<TModel, TValue>> expression, string htmlClass = "")
{
    var modelMetadata = ModelMetadata.FromLambdaExpression(expression, htmlHelper.ViewData);
    var metadata = modelMetadata;

    var viewData = new
    {
        HtmlAttributes = new
            {
                @class = htmlClass,
                placeholder = metadata.Watermark,
            }
    };
    return htmlHelper.EditorFor(expression, viewData);

}

A corresponding view:

@Html.BsEditorFor(x => x.Title)

NPM Install Error:Unexpected end of JSON input while parsing near '...nt-webpack-plugin":"0'

Try setting

npm config set strict-ssl false

and then try running,

npm install -g @angular/cli

Excel VBA: AutoFill Multiple Cells with Formulas

Based on my Comment here is one way to get what you want done:

Start byt selecting any cell in your range and Press Ctrl + T

This will give you this pop up:

enter image description here

make sure the Where is your table text is correct and click ok you will now have:

enter image description here

Now If you add a column header in D it will automatically be added to the table all the way to the last row:

enter image description here

Now If you enter a formula into this column:

enter image description here

After you enter it, the formula will be auto filled all the way to last row:

enter image description here

Now if you add a new row at the next row under your table:

enter image description here

Once entered it will be resized to the width of your table and all columns with formulas will be added also:

enter image description here

Hope this solves your problem!

AngularJS sorting by property

The following allows for the ordering of objects by key OR by a key within an object.

In template you can do something like:

    <li ng-repeat="(k,i) in objectList | orderObjectsBy: 'someKey'">

Or even:

    <li ng-repeat="(k,i) in objectList | orderObjectsBy: 'someObj.someKey'">

The filter:

app.filter('orderObjectsBy', function(){
 return function(input, attribute) {
    if (!angular.isObject(input)) return input;

    // Filter out angular objects.
    var array = [];
    for(var objectKey in input) {
      if (typeof(input[objectKey])  === "object" && objectKey.charAt(0) !== "$")
        array.push(input[objectKey]);
    }

    var attributeChain = attribute.split(".");

    array.sort(function(a, b){

      for (var i=0; i < attributeChain.length; i++) {
        a = (typeof(a) === "object") && a.hasOwnProperty( attributeChain[i]) ? a[attributeChain[i]] : 0;
        b = (typeof(b) === "object") && b.hasOwnProperty( attributeChain[i]) ? b[attributeChain[i]] : 0;
      }

      return parseInt(a) - parseInt(b);
    });

    return array;
 }
})

Trying to load local JSON file to show data in a html page using JQuery

I have Used Following Methods But non of them worked:

   // 2 Method Failed

        $.get(
            'http://www.corsproxy.com/' +
            'en.github.com/FEND16/movie-json-data/blob/master/json/movies-coming-soon.json',
            function (response) {
                console.log("> ", response);
                $("#viewer").html(response);
            });
// 3 Method Failed

    var jqxhr = $.getJSON( "./json/movies-coming-soon.json", function() {
  console.log( "success" );
})
  .done(function() {
    console.log( "second success" );
  })
  .fail(function() {
    console.log( "error" );
  })
  .always(function() {
    console.log( "complete" );
  });

// Perform other work here ...

// Set another completion function for the request above
jqxhr.always(function() {
  console.log( "second complete" );
});

// 4 Method Failed

$.ajax({
   type: 'POST',
   crossDomain: true,
   dataType: 'jsonp',
   url: 'https://github.com/FEND16/movie-json-data/blob/master/json/movies-coming-soon.json',
   success: function(jsondata){
    console.log(jsondata)
   }
})

// 5 Method Failed


$.ajax({
   url: 'https://github.com/FEND16/movie-json-data/blob/master/json/movies-coming-soon.json',
   headers: {  'Access-Control-Allow-Origin': 'htt://site allowed to access' },
   dataType: 'jsonp',
   /* etc */
   success: function(jsondata){

   }
})

What worked For me to simply download chrome extension called "200 OK!" or Web server for chrome and write my code like this:

// Worked After local Web Server

        $(document).ready(function () {
            $.getJSON('./json/movies-coming-soon.json', function (data) {
              var movie_name = '';
              var movie_year = '';
                $.each(data,function(i,item){
                    console.log(item.title,item.year,item.poster)
                    movie_name += item.title + "  " + item.year + "<br> <br>"

                    $('#movie_name').html(movie_name)


                })

            })

        })

Its because you can not access local file without running local web server as per CORS policy so in order to running it you must have some host server.

What does set -e mean in a bash script?

I believe the intention is for the script in question to fail fast.

To test this yourself, simply type set -e at a bash prompt. Now, try running ls. You'll get a directory listing. Now, type lsd. That command is not recognized and will return an error code, and so your bash prompt will close (due to set -e).

Now, to understand this in the context of a 'script', use this simple script:

#!/bin/bash 
# set -e

lsd 

ls

If you run it as is, you'll get the directory listing from the ls on the last line. If you uncomment the set -e and run again, you won't see the directory listing as bash stops processing once it encounters the error from lsd.

jQuery loop over JSON result from AJAX Success?

I am partial to ES2015 arrow function for finding values in an array

const result = data.find(x=> x.TEST1 === '46');

Checkout Array.prototype.find() HERE

Android textview outline text

outline effect can be achieved using shadow in TextView:

    android:shadowColor="#000000"
    android:shadowDx="1.5"
    android:shadowDy="1.3"
    android:shadowRadius="1.6"
    android:text="CCC"
    android:textAllCaps="true"
    android:textColor="@android:color/white"

How to check if a variable is empty in python?

See also this previous answer which recommends the not keyword

How to check if a list is empty in Python?

It generalizes to more than just lists:

>>> a = ""
>>> not a
True

>>> a = []
>>> not a
True

>>> a = 0
>>> not a
True

>>> a = 0.0
>>> not a
True

>>> a = numpy.array([])
>>> not a
True

Notably, it will not work for "0" as a string because the string does in fact contain something - a character containing "0". For that you have to convert it to an int:

>>> a = "0"
>>> not a
False

>>> a = '0'
>>> not int(a)
True

jQuery: Clearing Form Inputs

Demo : http://jsfiddle.net/xavi3r/D3prt/

$(':input','#myform')
  .not(':button, :submit, :reset, :hidden')
  .val('')
  .removeAttr('checked')
  .removeAttr('selected');

Original Answer: Resetting a multi-stage form with jQuery


Mike's suggestion (from the comments) to keep checkbox and selects intact!

Warning: If you're creating elements (so they're not in the dom), replace :hidden with [type=hidden] or all fields will be ignored!

$(':input','#myform')
  .removeAttr('checked')
  .removeAttr('selected')
  .not(':button, :submit, :reset, :hidden, :radio, :checkbox')
  .val('');

How to stop a vb script running in windows

in your code, just after 'do while' statement, add this line..

`Wscript.sleep 10000`

This will let your script sleep for 10 secs and let your system take rest. Else your processor will be running this script million times a second and this will definitely load your processor.

To kill it, just goto taskmanager and kill wscript.exe or if it is not found, you will find cscript.exe, kill it pressing delete button. These would be present in process tab of your taskmanager.

Once you add that line in code, I dont think you need to kill this process. It will not load your CPU.

Have a great day.

Alternative to itoa() for converting integer to string C++?

Try sprintf():

char str[12];
int num = 3;
sprintf(str, "%d", num); // str now contains "3"

sprintf() is like printf() but outputs to a string.

Also, as Parappa mentioned in the comments, you might want to use snprintf() to stop a buffer overflow from occuring (where the number you're converting doesn't fit the size of your string.) It works like this:

snprintf(str, sizeof(str), "%d", num);

Rotate camera in Three.js with mouse

Here's a project with a rotating camera. Looking through the source it seems to just move the camera position in a circle.

function onDocumentMouseMove( event ) {

    event.preventDefault();

    if ( isMouseDown ) {

        theta = - ( ( event.clientX - onMouseDownPosition.x ) * 0.5 )
                + onMouseDownTheta;
        phi = ( ( event.clientY - onMouseDownPosition.y ) * 0.5 )
              + onMouseDownPhi;

        phi = Math.min( 180, Math.max( 0, phi ) );

        camera.position.x = radious * Math.sin( theta * Math.PI / 360 )
                            * Math.cos( phi * Math.PI / 360 );
        camera.position.y = radious * Math.sin( phi * Math.PI / 360 );
        camera.position.z = radious * Math.cos( theta * Math.PI / 360 )
                            * Math.cos( phi * Math.PI / 360 );
        camera.updateMatrix();

    }

    mouse3D = projector.unprojectVector(
        new THREE.Vector3(
            ( event.clientX / renderer.domElement.width ) * 2 - 1,
            - ( event.clientY / renderer.domElement.height ) * 2 + 1,
            0.5
        ),
        camera
    );
    ray.direction = mouse3D.subSelf( camera.position ).normalize();

    interact();
    render();

}

Here's another demo and in this one I think it just creates a new THREE.TrackballControls object with the camera as a parameter, which is probably the better way to go.

controls = new THREE.TrackballControls( camera );
controls.target.set( 0, 0, 0 )

How do I print a datetime in the local timezone?

I believe the best way to do this is to use the LocalTimezone class defined in the datetime.tzinfo documentation (goto http://docs.python.org/library/datetime.html#tzinfo-objects and scroll down to the "Example tzinfo classes" section):

Assuming Local is an instance of LocalTimezone

t = datetime.datetime(2009, 7, 10, 18, 44, 59, 193982, tzinfo=utc)
local_t = t.astimezone(Local)

then str(local_t) gives:

'2009-07-11 04:44:59.193982+10:00'

which is what you want.

(Note: this may look weird to you because I'm in New South Wales, Australia which is 10 or 11 hours ahead of UTC)

How to send authorization header with axios

You can try this.

axios.get(
    url,
    {headers: {
            "Access-Control-Allow-Origin" : "*",
            "Content-type": "Application/json",
            "Authorization": `Bearer ${your-token}`
            }   
        }
  )
  .then((response) => {
      var response = response.data;
    },
    (error) => {
      var status = error.response.status
    }
  );

How to get 'System.Web.Http, Version=5.2.3.0?

The packages you installed introduced dependencies to version 5.2.3.0 dll's as user Bracher showed above. Microsoft.AspNet.WebApi.Cors is an example package. The path I take is to update the MVC project proir to any package installs:

Install-Package Microsoft.AspNet.Mvc -Version 5.2.3

https://www.nuget.org/packages/microsoft.aspnet.mvc

How to redirect user's browser URL to a different page in Nodejs?

OP: "I would love if there were a way to do it where I didn't have to know the host address..."

response.writeHead(301, {
  Location: "http" + (request.socket.encrypted ? "s" : "") + "://" + 
    request.headers.host + newRoom
});
response.end();

Can I give the col-md-1.5 in bootstrap?

The short answer is no (technically you can give whatever name of the class you want, but this will have no effect, unless you define your own CSS class - and remember - no dots in the class selector). The long answer is again no, because Bootstrap includes a responsive, mobile first fluid grid system that appropriately scales up to 12 columns as the device or view port size increases.

Rows must be placed within a .container (fixed-width) or .container-fluid (full-width) for proper alignment and padding.

  • Use rows to create horizontal groups of columns.
  • Content should be placed within columns, and only columns may be immediate children of rows.
  • Predefined grid classes like .row and .col-xs-4 are available for quickly making grid layouts. Less mixins can also be used for more semantic layouts.
  • Columns create gutters (gaps between column content) via padding. That padding is offset in rows for the first and last column via negative margin on .rows.
  • Grid columns are created by specifying the number of twelve available columns you wish to span. For example, three equal columns would use three .col-xs-4.
  • If more than 12 columns are placed within a single row, each group of extra columns will, as one unit, wrap onto a new line.
  • Grid classes apply to devices with screen widths greater than or equal to the breakpoint sizes, and override grid classes targeted at smaller devices. Therefore, e.g. applying any .col-md-* class to an element will not only affect its styling on medium devices but also on large devices if a .col-lg-* class is not present.

A possible solution to your problem is to define your own CSS class with desired width, let's say .col-half{width:XXXem !important} then add this class to elements you want along with original Bootstrap CSS classes.

Java array assignment (multiple values)

On declaration you can do the following.

float[] values = {0.1f, 0.2f, 0.3f};

When the field is already defined, try this.

values = new float[] {0.1f, 0.2f, 0.3f};

Be aware that also the second version creates a new array. If values was the only reference to an already existing field, it becomes eligible for garbage collection.

How to list all files in a directory and its subdirectories in hadoop hdfs

You'll need to use the FileSystem object and perform some logic on the resultant FileStatus objects to manually recurse into the subdirectories.

You can also apply a PathFilter to only return the xml files using the listStatus(Path, PathFilter) method

The hadoop FsShell class has examples of this for the hadoop fs -lsr command, which is a recursive ls - see the source, around line 590 (the recursive step is triggered on line 635)

check / uncheck checkbox using jquery?

You can use prop() for this, as Before jQuery 1.6, the .attr() method sometimes took property values into account when retrieving some attributes, which could cause inconsistent behavior. As of jQuery 1.6, the .prop() method provides a way to explicitly retrieve property values, while .attr() retrieves attributes.

var prop=false;
if(value == 1) {
   prop=true; 
}
$('#checkbox').prop('checked',prop);

or simply,

$('#checkbox').prop('checked',(value == 1));

Snippet

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$(document).ready(function() {_x000D_
  var chkbox = $('.customcheckbox');_x000D_
  $(".customvalue").keyup(function() {_x000D_
    chkbox.prop('checked', this.value==1);_x000D_
  });_x000D_
});
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<script src="https://ajax.googleapis.com/ajax/libs/jquery/1.9.1/jquery.min.js"></script>_x000D_
<h4>This is a domo to show check box is checked_x000D_
if you enter value 1 else check box will be unchecked </h4>_x000D_
Enter a value:_x000D_
<input type="text" value="" class="customvalue">_x000D_
<br>checkbox output :_x000D_
<input type="checkbox" class="customcheckbox">
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java.lang.ClassNotFoundException: oracle.jdbc.driver.OracleDriver

I was getting same kinda error but after copying the ojdbc14.jar into lib folder, no more exception.(copy ojdbc14.jar from somewhere and paste it into lib folder inside WebContent.)

Activate tabpage of TabControl

For Windows Smart device (compact frame work ) (MC75-Motorola devices)

     mytabControl.SelectedIndex = 1

How to make/get a multi size .ico file?

'@icon sushi' is a portable utility that can create multiple icon ico file for free.

Drag & drop the different icon sizes, select them all and choose file -> create multiple icon.

You can download if from http://www.towofu.net/soft/e-aicon.php

How to establish a connection pool in JDBC?

In the app server we use where I work (Oracle Application Server 10g, as I recall), pooling is handled by the app server. We retrieve a javax.sql.DataSource using a JNDI lookup with a javax.sql.InitialContext.

it's done something like this

try {     
   context = new InitialContext();
   jdbcURL = (DataSource) context.lookup("jdbc/CachedDS");
   System.out.println("Obtained Cached Data Source ");
}
catch(NamingException e)   
{  
    System.err.println("Error looking up Data Source from Factory: "+e.getMessage());
}

(We didn't write this code, it's copied from this documentation.)

What's the safest way to iterate through the keys of a Perl hash?

The place where each can cause you problems is that it's a true, non-scoped iterator. By way of example:

while ( my ($key,$val) = each %a_hash ) {
    print "$key => $val\n";
    last if $val; #exits loop when $val is true
}

# but "each" hasn't reset!!
while ( my ($key,$val) = each %a_hash ) {
    # continues where the last loop left off
    print "$key => $val\n";
}

If you need to be sure that each gets all the keys and values, you need to make sure you use keys or values first (as that resets the iterator). See the documentation for each.

SQLite - getting number of rows in a database

If you want to use the MAX(id) instead of the count, after reading the comments from Pax then the following SQL will give you what you want

SELECT COALESCE(MAX(id)+1, 0) FROM words

PHP how to get local IP of system

Try this

$localIP = gethostbyname(trim('hostname'));

SQL keys, MUL vs PRI vs UNI

For Mul, this was also helpful documentation to me - http://grokbase.com/t/mysql/mysql/9987k2ew41/key-field-mul-newbie-question

"MUL means that the key allows multiple rows to have the same value. That is, it's not a UNIque key."

For example, let's say you have two models, Post and Comment. Post has a has_many relationship with Comment. It would make sense then for the Comment table to have a MUL key(Post id) because many comments can be attributed to the same Post.

Looping through rows in a DataView

//You can convert DataView to Table. using DataView.ToTable();

foreach (DataRow drGroup in dtGroups.Rows)
{
    dtForms.DefaultView.RowFilter = "ParentFormID='" + drGroup["FormId"].ToString() + "'";

    if (dtForms.DefaultView.Count > 0)
    {
        foreach (DataRow drForm in dtForms.DefaultView.ToTable().Rows)
        {
            drNew = dtNew.NewRow();

            drNew["FormId"] = drForm["FormId"];
            drNew["FormCaption"] = drForm["FormCaption"];
            drNew["GroupName"] = drGroup["GroupName"];
            dtNew.Rows.Add(drNew);
        }
    }
}

// Or You Can Use

// 2.

dtForms.DefaultView.RowFilter = "ParentFormID='" + drGroup["FormId"].ToString() + "'";

DataTable DTFormFilter = dtForms.DefaultView.ToTable();

foreach (DataRow drFormFilter in DTFormFilter.Rows)
{ 
                            //Your logic goes here
}

Add click event on div tag using javascript

the document class selector:

document.getElementsByClassName('drill_cursor')[0].addEventListener('click',function(){},false)

also the document query selector https://developer.mozilla.org/en-US/docs/Web/API/document.querySelector

document.querySelector(".drill_cursor").addEventListener('click',function(){},false)

Find closing HTML tag in Sublime Text

Under the "Goto" menu, Control + M is Jump to Matching Bracket. Works for parentheses as well.

FFT in a single C-file

You could start converting this java snippet to C the author states he has converted it from C based on the book numerical recipies which you find online! here

How large is a DWORD with 32- and 64-bit code?

No ... on all Windows platforms DWORD is 32 bits. LONGLONG or LONG64 is used for 64 bit types.

matplotlib colorbar for scatter

If you're looking to scatter by two variables and color by the third, Altair can be a great choice.

Creating the dataset

import matplotlib.pyplot as plt
import numpy as np
import pandas as pd

df = pd.DataFrame(40*np.random.randn(10, 3), columns=['A', 'B','C'])

Altair plot

from altair import *
Chart(df).mark_circle().encode(x='A',y='B', color='C').configure_cell(width=200, height=150)

Plot

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Changing the Git remote 'push to' default

It might be helpful to take a look at .git/config inside your repo, it will list all remotes and also the default remote for each branch

eg.

[core]
    repositoryformatversion = 0
    filemode = true
    bare = false
    logallrefupdates = true
[remote "origin"]
    url = [email protected]:fii/web2016.git
    fetch = +refs/heads/*:refs/remotes/origin/*
[branch "master"]
    remote = origin
    merge = refs/heads/master
[branch "bugfix/#8302"]
    remote = origin
    merge = "refs/heads/bugfix/#8302"
[branch "feature/#8331"]
    remote = origin
    merge = "refs/heads/feature/#8331"
[remote "scm"]
    url = https://scm.xxx.be/git/web2016bs.git
    fetch = +refs/heads/*:refs/remotes/scm/*

you can make manual changes in this file to remove an unwanted remote, or update the default remotes for the different branches you have

  • Pay attention! when changing or removing the remotes make sure to update all references to it in this config file

How many socket connections can a web server handle?

This question is a fairly difficult one. There is no real software limitation on the number of active connections a machine can have, though some OS's are more limited than others. The problem becomes one of resources. For example, let's say a single machine wants to support 64,000 simultaneous connections. If the server uses 1MB of RAM per connection, it would need 64GB of RAM. If each client needs to read a file, the disk or storage array access load becomes much larger than those devices can handle. If a server needs to fork one process per connection then the OS will spend the majority of its time context switching or starving processes for CPU time.

The C10K problem page has a very good discussion of this issue.

Simple 'if' or logic statement in Python

Here's a Boolean thing:

if (not suffix == "flac" )  or (not suffix == "cue" ):   # WRONG! FAILS
    print  filename + ' is not a flac or cue file'

but

if not (suffix == "flac"  or suffix == "cue" ):     # CORRECT!
       print  filename + ' is not a flac or cue file'

(not a) or (not b) == not ( a and b ) , is false only if a and b are both true

not (a or b) is true only if a and be are both false.

Pretty-Printing JSON with PHP

For those running PHP version 5.3 or before, you may try below:

$pretty_json = "<pre>".print_r(json_decode($json), true)."</pre>";

echo $pretty_json;

Corrupt jar file

The problem might be that there are more than 65536 files in your JAR: Why java complains about jar files with lots of entries? The fix is described in this question's answer.

How to create a HTML Cancel button that redirects to a URL

With Jquery:

$(".cancel-button").click(function (e) {
  e.preventDefault();
});

Changing selection in a select with the Chosen plugin

Sometimes you have to remove the current options in order to manipulate the selected options.

Here is an example how to set options:

<select id="mySelectId" class="chosen-select" multiple="multiple">
  <option value=""></option>
  <option value="Argentina">Argentina</option>
  <option value="Germany">Germany</option>
  <option value="Greece">Greece</option>
  <option value="Japan">Japan</option>
  <option value="Thailand">Thailand</option>
</select>

<script>
activateChosen($('body'));
selectChosenOptions($('#mySelectId'), ['Argentina', 'Germany']);

function activateChosen($container, param) {
    param = param || {};
    $container.find('.chosen-select:visible').chosen(param);
    $container.find('.chosen-select').trigger("chosen:updated");
}

function selectChosenOptions($select, values) {
    $select.val(null);                                  //delete current options
    $select.val(values);                                //add new options
    $select.trigger('chosen:updated');
}
</script>

JSFiddle (including howto append options): https://jsfiddle.net/59x3m6op/1/

CAST to DECIMAL in MySQL

MySQL casts to Decimal:

Cast bare integer to decimal:

select cast(9 as decimal(4,2));       //prints 9.00

Cast Integers 8/5 to decimal:

select cast(8/5 as decimal(11,4));    //prints 1.6000

Cast string to decimal:

select cast(".885" as decimal(11,3));   //prints 0.885

Cast two int variables into a decimal

mysql> select 5 into @myvar1;
Query OK, 1 row affected (0.00 sec)

mysql> select 8 into @myvar2;
Query OK, 1 row affected (0.00 sec)

mysql> select @myvar1/@myvar2;   //prints 0.6250

Cast decimal back to string:

select cast(1.552 as char(10));   //shows "1.552"

How do I print the elements of a C++ vector in GDB?

put the following in ~/.gdbinit

define print_vector
    if $argc == 2
        set $elem = $arg0.size()
        if $arg1 >= $arg0.size()
            printf "Error, %s.size() = %d, printing last element:\n", "$arg0", $arg0.size()
            set $elem = $arg1 -1
        end
        print *($arg0._M_impl._M_start + $elem)@1
    else
        print *($arg0._M_impl._M_start)@$arg0.size()
    end
end

document print_vector
Display vector contents
Usage: print_vector VECTOR_NAME INDEX
VECTOR_NAME is the name of the vector
INDEX is an optional argument specifying the element to display
end

After restarting gdb (or sourcing ~/.gdbinit), show the associated help like this

gdb) help print_vector
Display vector contents
Usage: print_vector VECTOR_NAME INDEX
VECTOR_NAME is the name of the vector
INDEX is an optional argument specifying the element to display

Example usage:

(gdb) print_vector videoconfig_.entries 0
$32 = {{subChannelId = 177 '\261', sourceId = 0 '\000', hasH264PayloadInfo = false, bitrate = 0,     payloadType = 68 'D', maxFs = 0, maxMbps = 0, maxFps = 134, encoder = 0 '\000', temporalLayers = 0 '\000'}}

How to add bootstrap to an angular-cli project

  1. Install Bootstrap using npm

    npm install bootstrap
    

2.Install Popper.js

npm install --save popper.js

3.Goto angular.json in Angular 6 project / .angular-cli.json in Angular 5 and add the listed:

 "styles": [
          "node_modules/bootstrap/dist/css/bootstrap.css",
          "src/styles.css"
        ],

        "scripts": [
          "node_modules/popper.js/dist/umd/popper.min.js",
          "node_modules/bootstrap/dist/js/bootstrap.min.js"
        ]

Download the Android SDK components for offline install

There is an open source offline package deployer for Windows which I wrote:

http://siddharthbarman.com/apd/

You can try this out to see if it meets your needs.

how to pass variable from shell script to sqlplus

You appear to have a heredoc containing a single SQL*Plus command, though it doesn't look right as noted in the comments. You can either pass a value in the heredoc:

sqlplus -S user/pass@localhost << EOF
@/opt/D2RQ/file.sql BUILDING
exit;
EOF

or if BUILDING is $2 in your script:

sqlplus -S user/pass@localhost << EOF
@/opt/D2RQ/file.sql $2
exit;
EOF

If your file.sql had an exit at the end then it would be even simpler as you wouldn't need the heredoc:

sqlplus -S user/pass@localhost @/opt/D2RQ/file.sql $2

In your SQL you can then refer to the position parameters using substitution variables:

...
}',SEM_Models('&1'),NULL,
...

The &1 will be replaced with the first value passed to the SQL script, BUILDING; because that is a string it still needs to be enclosed in quotes. You might want to set verify off to stop if showing you the substitutions in the output.


You can pass multiple values, and refer to them sequentially just as you would positional parameters in a shell script - the first passed parameter is &1, the second is &2, etc. You can use substitution variables anywhere in the SQL script, so they can be used as column aliases with no problem - you just have to be careful adding an extra parameter that you either add it to the end of the list (which makes the numbering out of order in the script, potentially) or adjust everything to match:

sqlplus -S user/pass@localhost << EOF
@/opt/D2RQ/file.sql total_count BUILDING
exit;
EOF

or:

sqlplus -S user/pass@localhost << EOF
@/opt/D2RQ/file.sql total_count $2
exit;
EOF

If total_count is being passed to your shell script then just use its positional parameter, $4 or whatever. And your SQL would then be:

SELECT COUNT(*) as &1
FROM TABLE(SEM_MATCH(
'{
        ?s rdf:type :ProcessSpec .
        ?s ?p ?o
}',SEM_Models('&2'),NULL,
SEM_ALIASES(SEM_ALIAS('','http://VISION/DataSource/SEMANTIC_CACHE#')),NULL));

If you pass a lot of values you may find it clearer to use the positional parameters to define named parameters, so any ordering issues are all dealt with at the start of the script, where they are easier to maintain:

define MY_ALIAS = &1
define MY_MODEL = &2

SELECT COUNT(*) as &MY_ALIAS
FROM TABLE(SEM_MATCH(
'{
        ?s rdf:type :ProcessSpec .
        ?s ?p ?o
}',SEM_Models('&MY_MODEL'),NULL,
SEM_ALIASES(SEM_ALIAS('','http://VISION/DataSource/SEMANTIC_CACHE#')),NULL));

From your separate question, maybe you just wanted:

SELECT COUNT(*) as &1
FROM TABLE(SEM_MATCH(
'{
        ?s rdf:type :ProcessSpec .
        ?s ?p ?o
}',SEM_Models('&1'),NULL,
SEM_ALIASES(SEM_ALIAS('','http://VISION/DataSource/SEMANTIC_CACHE#')),NULL));

... so the alias will be the same value you're querying on (the value in $2, or BUILDING in the original part of the answer). You can refer to a substitution variable as many times as you want.

That might not be easy to use if you're running it multiple times, as it will appear as a header above the count value in each bit of output. Maybe this would be more parsable later:

select '&1' as QUERIED_VALUE, COUNT(*) as TOTAL_COUNT

If you set pages 0 and set heading off, your repeated calls might appear in a neat list. You might also need to set tab off and possibly use rpad('&1', 20) or similar to make that column always the same width. Or get the results as CSV with:

select '&1' ||','|| COUNT(*)

Depends what you're using the results for...

How could I convert data from string to long in c#

long l1 = Convert.ToInt64(strValue);

That should do it.

Explaining Apache ZooKeeper

I understand the ZooKeeper in general but had problems with the terms "quorum" and "split brain" so maybe I can share my findings with you (I consider myself also a layman).

Let's say we have a ZooKeeper cluster of 5 servers. One of the servers will become the leader and the others will become followers.

  • These 5 servers form a quorum. Quorum simply means "these servers can vote upon who should be the leader".

  • So the voting is based on majority. Majority simply means "more than half" so more than half of the number of servers must agree for a specific server to become the leader.

  • So there is this bad thing that may happen called "split brain". A split brain is simply this, as far as I understand: The cluster of 5 servers splits into two parts, or let's call it "server teams", with maybe one part of 2 and the other of 3 servers. This is really a bad situation as if both "server teams" must execute a specific order how would you decide wich team should be preferred? They might have received different information from the clients. So it is really important to know what "server team" is still relevant and which one can/should be ignored.

  • Majority is also the reason you should use an odd number of servers. If you have 4 servers and a split brain where 2 servers seperate then both "server teams" could say "hey, we want to decide who is the leader!" but how should you decide which 2 servers you should choose? With 5 servers it's simple: The server team with 3 servers has the majority and is allowed to select the new leader.

  • Even if you just have 3 servers and one of them fails the other 2 still form the majority and can agree that one of them will become the new leader.

I realize once you think about it some time and understand the terms it's not so complicated anymore. I hope this also helps anyone in understanding these terms.

Right HTTP status code to wrong input

404 - Not Found - can be used for The URI requested is invalid or the resource requested such as a user, does not exists.

Direct method from SQL command text to DataSet

public static string textDataSource = "Data Source=localhost;Initial Catalog=TEST_C;User ID=sa;Password=P@ssw0rd";

public static DataSet LoaderDataSet(string StrSql)      
{
    SqlConnection cnn;            
    SqlDataAdapter dad;
    DataSet dts = new DataSet();
    cnn = new SqlConnection(textDataSource);
    dad = new SqlDataAdapter(StrSql, cnn);
    try
    {
        cnn.Open();
        dad.Fill(dts);
        cnn.Close();

        return dts;
    }
    catch (Exception)
    {

        return dts;
    }
    finally
    {
        dad.Dispose();
        dts = null;
        cnn = null;
    }
}

Replace image src location using CSS

You can use a background image

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.application-title img {_x000D_
  width:200px;_x000D_
  height:200px;_x000D_
  box-sizing:border-box;_x000D_
  padding-left: 200px;_x000D_
  /*width of the image*/_x000D_
  background: url(http://lorempixel.com/200/200/city/2) left top no-repeat;_x000D_
}
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<div class="application-title">_x000D_
  <img src="http://lorempixel.com/200/200/city/1/">_x000D_
</div><br />_x000D_
Original Image: <br />_x000D_
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<img src="http://lorempixel.com/200/200/city/1/">
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d3.select("#element") not working when code above the html element

<script>$(function(){var svg = d3.select("#chart").append("svg:svg");});</script>
<div id="chart"></div>

In other words, it's not happening because you can't query against something that doesn't exist yet-- so just do it after the page loads (here via jquery).

Btw, its recommended that you place your JS files before the close of your body tag.

Make more than one chart in same IPython Notebook cell

You can also call the show() function after each plot. e.g

   plt.plot(a)
   plt.show()
   plt.plot(b)
   plt.show()

IPython Notebook save location

Jupyter under the WinPython environment has a batch file in the scripts folder called:

make_working_directory_be_not_winpython.bat

You need to edit the following line in it:

echo WINPYWORKDIR = %%HOMEDRIVE%%%%HOMEPATH%%\Documents\WinPython%%WINPYVER%%\Notebooks>>"%winpython_ini%"

replacing the Documents\WinPython%%WINPYVER%%\Notebooks part with your folder address.

Notice that the %%HOMEDRIVE%%%%HOMEPATH%%\ part will identify the root and user folders (i.e. C:\Users\your_name\) which will allow you to point different WinPython installations on separate computers to the same cloud storage folder (e.g. OneDrive) where you could store, access, and work with the same files from different machines. I find that very useful.

How to get only filenames within a directory using c#?

There are so many ways :)

1st Way:

string[] folders = Directory.GetDirectories(path, "*", SearchOption.TopDirectoryOnly);
string jsonString = JsonConvert.SerializeObject(folders);

2nd Way:

string[] folders = new DirectoryInfo(yourPath).GetDirectories().Select(d => d.Name).ToArray();

3rd Way:

string[] folders = 
    new DirectoryInfo(yourPath).GetDirectories().Select(delegate(DirectoryInfo di)
    {
        return di.Name;
    }).ToArray();

java get file size efficiently

When I modify your code to use a file accessed by an absolute path instead of a resource, I get a different result (for 1 run, 1 iteration, and a 100,000 byte file -- times for a 10 byte file are identical to 100,000 bytes)

LENGTH sum: 33, per Iteration: 33.0

CHANNEL sum: 3626, per Iteration: 3626.0

URL sum: 294, per Iteration: 294.0

Get current cursor position in a textbox

It looks OK apart from the space in your ID attribute, which is not valid, and the fact that you're replacing the value of your input before checking the selection.

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function textbox()_x000D_
{_x000D_
        var ctl = document.getElementById('Javascript_example');_x000D_
        var startPos = ctl.selectionStart;_x000D_
        var endPos = ctl.selectionEnd;_x000D_
        alert(startPos + ", " + endPos);_x000D_
}
_x000D_
<input id="Javascript_example" name="one" type="text" value="Javascript example" onclick="textbox()">
_x000D_
_x000D_
_x000D_

Also, if you're supporting IE <= 8 you need to be aware that those browsers do not support selectionStart and selectionEnd.

Android Facebook style slide

Here is the design and development guide found in official android documentation no need to add unofficial external library. Only android support library will do. Find the links here.

design and develop.

Checking if a list is empty with LINQ

@Konrad what surprises me is that in my tests, I'm passing the list into a method that accepts IEnumerable<T>, so the runtime can't optimize it by calling the Count() extension method for IList<T>.

I can only assume that the Count() extension method for IEnumerable is doing something like this:

public static int Count<T>(this IEnumerable<T> list)
{
    if (list is IList<T>) return ((IList<T>)list).Count;

    int i = 0;
    foreach (var t in list) i++;
    return i;
}

... in other words, a bit of runtime optimization for the special case of IList<T>.

/EDIT @Konrad +1 mate - you're right about it more likely being on ICollection<T>.

jquery ajax function not working

try this code

<script src="//ajax.googleapis.com/ajax/libs/jquery/1.11.0/jquery.min.js"></script>
<Script>
$(document).ready(function(){

$("#postcontent").click(function(e) {

        $.ajax({type:"POST",url:"add_new_post.php",data:$("#postcontent").serialize(),beforeSend:function(){
            $(".post_submitting").show().html("<center><img src='images/loading.gif'/></center>");
        },success:function(response){   
                    //alert(response);
                    $("#return_update_msg").html(response); 
                    $(".post_submitting").fadeOut(1000);                
            }
        });
   });
});
   </script>

<form name="postcontent" id="postcontent">
              <input name="postsubmit" type="button" id="postsubmit" value="POST"/>
              <textarea id="postdata" name="postdata" placeholder="What's Up ?"></textarea>
 </form>

Mysql error 1452 - Cannot add or update a child row: a foreign key constraint fails

I had the same issue with my MySQL database but finally, I got a solution which worked for me.
Since in my table everything was fine from the mysql point of view(both tables should use InnoDB engine and the datatype of each column should be of the same type which takes part in foreign key constraint).
The only thing that I did was to disable the foreign key check and later on enabled it after performing the foreign key operation.
Steps that I took:

SET foreign_key_checks = 0;
alter table tblUsedDestination add constraint f_operatorId foreign key(iOperatorId) references tblOperators (iOperatorId); Query
OK, 8 rows affected (0.23 sec) Records: 8  Duplicates: 0  Warnings: 0
SET foreign_key_checks = 1;

decimal vs double! - Which one should I use and when?

System.Single / float - 7 digits
System.Double / double - 15-16 digits
System.Decimal / decimal - 28-29 significant digits

The way I've been stung by using the wrong type (a good few years ago) is with large amounts:

  • £520,532.52 - 8 digits
  • £1,323,523.12 - 9 digits

You run out at 1 million for a float.

A 15 digit monetary value:

  • £1,234,567,890,123.45

9 trillion with a double. But with division and comparisons it's more complicated (I'm definitely no expert in floating point and irrational numbers - see Marc's point). Mixing decimals and doubles causes issues:

A mathematical or comparison operation that uses a floating-point number might not yield the same result if a decimal number is used because the floating-point number might not exactly approximate the decimal number.

When should I use double instead of decimal? has some similar and more in depth answers.

Using double instead of decimal for monetary applications is a micro-optimization - that's the simplest way I look at it.

Relative frequencies / proportions with dplyr

@Henrik's is better for usability as this will make the column character and no longer numeric but matches what you asked for...

mtcars %>%
  group_by (am, gear) %>%
  summarise (n=n()) %>%
  mutate(rel.freq = paste0(round(100 * n/sum(n), 0), "%"))

##   am gear  n rel.freq
## 1  0    3 15      79%
## 2  0    4  4      21%
## 3  1    4  8      62%
## 4  1    5  5      38%

EDIT Because Spacedman asked for it :-)

as.rel_freq <- function(x, rel_freq_col = "rel.freq", ...) {
    class(x) <- c("rel_freq", class(x))
    attributes(x)[["rel_freq_col"]] <- rel_freq_col
    x
}

print.rel_freq <- function(x, ...) {
    freq_col <- attributes(x)[["rel_freq_col"]]
    x[[freq_col]] <- paste0(round(100 * x[[freq_col]], 0), "%")   
    class(x) <- class(x)[!class(x)%in% "rel_freq"]
    print(x)
}

mtcars %>%
  group_by (am, gear) %>%
  summarise (n=n()) %>%
  mutate(rel.freq = n/sum(n)) %>%
  as.rel_freq()

## Source: local data frame [4 x 4]
## Groups: am
## 
##   am gear  n rel.freq
## 1  0    3 15      79%
## 2  0    4  4      21%
## 3  1    4  8      62%
## 4  1    5  5      38%

WARNING: Can't verify CSRF token authenticity rails

If you are not using jQuery and using something like fetch API for requests you can use the following to get the csrf-token:

document.querySelector('meta[name="csrf-token"]').getAttribute('content')

fetch('/users', {
  method: 'POST',
  headers: {
    'Accept': 'application/json',
    'Content-Type': 'application/json',
    'X-CSRF-Token': document.querySelector('meta[name="csrf-token"]').getAttribute('content')},
    credentials: 'same-origin',
    body: JSON.stringify( { id: 1, name: 'some user' } )
    })
    .then(function(data) {
      console.log('request succeeded with JSON response', data)
    }).catch(function(error) {
      console.log('request failed', error)
    })

How to parse json string in Android?

Below is the link which guide in parsing JSON string in android.

http://www.ibm.com/developerworks/xml/library/x-andbene1/?S_TACT=105AGY82&S_CMP=MAVE

Also according to your json string code snippet must be something like this:-

JSONObject mainObject = new JSONObject(yourstring);

JSONObject universityObject = mainObject.getJSONObject("university");
JSONString name = universityObject.getString("name");  
JSONString url = universityObject.getString("url");

Following is the API reference for JSOnObject: https://developer.android.com/reference/org/json/JSONObject.html#getString(java.lang.String)

Same for other object.

Defining a variable with or without export

Just to show the difference between an exported variable being in the environment (env) and a non-exported variable not being in the environment:

If I do this:

$ MYNAME=Fred
$ export OURNAME=Jim

then only $OURNAME appears in the env. The variable $MYNAME is not in the env.

$ env | grep NAME
OURNAME=Jim

but the variable $MYNAME does exist in the shell

$ echo $MYNAME
Fred

node.js require all files in a folder?

One module that I have been using for this exact use case is require-all.

It recursively requires all files in a given directory and its sub directories as long they don't match the excludeDirs property.

It also allows specifying a file filter and how to derive the keys of the returned hash from the filenames.

Does Python have an ordered set?

As other answers mention, as for python 3.7+, the dict is ordered by definition. Instead of subclassing OrderedDict we can subclass abc.collections.MutableSet or typing.MutableSet using the dict's keys to store our values.

class OrderedSet(typing.MutableSet[T]):
    """A set that preserves insertion order by internally using a dict."""

    def __init__(self, iterable: t.Iterator[T]):
        self._d = dict.fromkeys(iterable)

    def add(self, x: T) -> None:
        self._d[x] = None

    def discard(self, x: T) -> None:
        self._d.pop(x)

    def __contains__(self, x: object) -> bool:
        return self._d.__contains__(x)

    def __len__(self) -> int:
        return self._d.__len__()

    def __iter__(self) -> t.Iterator[T]:
        return self._d.__iter__()

Then just:

x = OrderedSet([1, 2, -1, "bar"])
x.add(0)
assert list(x) == [1, 2, -1, "bar", 0]

I put this code in a small library, so anyone can just pip install it.

What does "javax.naming.NoInitialContextException" mean?

In extremely non-technical terms, it may mean that you forgot to put "ejb:" or "jdbc:" or something at the very beginning of the URI you are trying to connect.

RunAs A different user when debugging in Visual Studio

cmd.exe is located in different locations in different versions of Windows. To avoid needing the location of cmd.exe, you can use the command moogs wrote without calling "cmd.exe /C".

Here's an example that worked for me:

  1. Open Command Prompt
  2. Change directory to where your application's .exe file is located.
  3. Execute the following command: runas /user:domain\username Application.exe

So the final step will look something like this in Command Prompt:

C:\Projects\MyProject\bin\Debug>runas /user:domain\username Application.exe

Note: the domain name was required in my situation.

MySQL - length() vs char_length()

LENGTH() returns the length of the string measured in bytes.
CHAR_LENGTH() returns the length of the string measured in characters.

This is especially relevant for Unicode, in which most characters are encoded in two bytes. Or UTF-8, where the number of bytes varies. For example:

select length(_utf8 '€'), char_length(_utf8 '€')
--> 3, 1

As you can see the Euro sign occupies 3 bytes (it's encoded as 0xE282AC in UTF-8) even though it's only one character.

Mailbox unavailable. The server response was: 5.7.1 Unable to relay for [email protected]

I was able to fix this issue by changing the mail settings in the system.net portion of my web.config:

<mailSettings>
    <smtp deliveryMethod="Network">
        <network host="yourserver" defaultCredentials="true"/>
    </smtp>
</mailSettings>

How do you determine the size of a file in C?

**Don't do this (why?):

Quoting the C99 standard doc that i found online: "Setting the file position indicator to end-of-file, as with fseek(file, 0, SEEK_END), has undefined behavior for a binary stream (because of possible trailing null characters) or for any stream with state-dependent encoding that does not assuredly end in the initial shift state.**

Change the definition to int so that error messages can be transmitted, and then use fseek() and ftell() to determine the file size.

int fsize(char* file) {
  int size;
  FILE* fh;

  fh = fopen(file, "rb"); //binary mode
  if(fh != NULL){
    if( fseek(fh, 0, SEEK_END) ){
      fclose(fh);
      return -1;
    }

    size = ftell(fh);
    fclose(fh);
    return size;
  }

  return -1; //error
}

sh: 0: getcwd() failed: No such file or directory on cited drive

This can happen with symlinks sometimes. If you experience this issue and you know you are in an existing directory, but your symlink may have changed, you can use this command:

cd $(pwd)

C# code to validate email address

If you really and I mean really want to know if an email address is valid...ask the mail exchanger to prove it, no regex needed. I can provide the code if requested.

General steps are as follows: 1. does email address have a domain name part? (index of @ > 0) 2. using a DNS query ask if domain has a mail exchanger 3. open tcp connection to mail exchanger 4. using the smtp protocol, open a message to the server using the email address as the reciever 5. parse the server's response. 6. quit the message if you made it this far, everything is good.

This is as you can imagine, very expensive time wise and relies on smtp, but it does work.

Is `shouldOverrideUrlLoading` really deprecated? What can I use instead?

Implement both deprecated and non-deprecated methods like below. First one is to handle API level 21 and higher, second one is handle lower than API level 21

webViewClient = object : WebViewClient() {
.
.
        @RequiresApi(Build.VERSION_CODES.LOLLIPOP)
        override fun shouldOverrideUrlLoading(view: WebView?, request: WebResourceRequest?): Boolean {
            parseUri(request?.url)
            return true
        }

        @SuppressWarnings("deprecation")
        override fun shouldOverrideUrlLoading(view: WebView?, url: String?): Boolean {
            parseUri(Uri.parse(url))
            return true
        }
}

Using atan2 to find angle between two vectors

You don't have to use atan2 to calculate the angle between two vectors. If you just want the quickest way, you can use dot(v1, v2)=|v1|*|v2|*cos A to get

A = Math.acos( dot(v1, v2)/(v1.length()*v2.length()) );

Class JavaLaunchHelper is implemented in both. One of the two will be used. Which one is undefined

  1. Install Java 7u21 from here: http://www.oracle.com/technetwork/java/javase/downloads/java-archive-downloads-javase7-521261.html#jdk-7u21-oth-JPR

  2. set these variables:

    export JAVA_HOME="/Library/Java/JavaVirtualMachines/jdk1.7.0_21.jdk/Contents/Home"
    export PATH=$JAVA_HOME/bin:$PATH
    
  3. Run your app and fun :)

(Minor update: put variable value in quote)

How to stick text to the bottom of the page?

From my research and starting on this post, i think this is the best option:

_x000D_
_x000D_
<p style=" position: absolute; bottom: 0; left: 0; width: 100%; text-align: center;">This will stick at the botton no matter what :).</p> 
_x000D_
_x000D_
_x000D_

This option allow resizes of the page and even if the page is blank it will stick at the bottom.

Intersect Two Lists in C#

You need to first transform data1, in your case by calling ToString() on each element.

Use this if you want to return strings.

List<int> data1 = new List<int> {1,2,3,4,5};
List<string> data2 = new List<string>{"6","3"};

var newData = data1.Select(i => i.ToString()).Intersect(data2);

Use this if you want to return integers.

List<int> data1 = new List<int> {1,2,3,4,5};
List<string> data2 = new List<string>{"6","3"};

var newData = data1.Intersect(data2.Select(s => int.Parse(s));

Note that this will throw an exception if not all strings are numbers. So you could do the following first to check:

int temp;
if(data2.All(s => int.TryParse(s, out temp)))
{
    // All data2 strings are int's
}

How to detect pressing Enter on keyboard using jQuery?

I wrote a small plugin to make it easier to bind the "on enter key pressed" a event:

$.fn.enterKey = function (fnc) {
    return this.each(function () {
        $(this).keypress(function (ev) {
            var keycode = (ev.keyCode ? ev.keyCode : ev.which);
            if (keycode == '13') {
                fnc.call(this, ev);
            }
        })
    })
}

Usage:

$("#input").enterKey(function () {
    alert('Enter!');
})

Android BroadcastReceiver within Activity

You need to define the receiver as a class in the manifest and it will receive the intent:

<application
  ....
  <receiver android:name=".ToastReceiver">
    <intent-filter>
      <action android:name="com.unitedcoders.android.broadcasttest.SHOWTOAST"/>
    </intent-filter>
  </receiver>
</application>

And you don't need to create the class manually inside ToastDisplay.

In the code you provided, you must be inside ToastDisplay activity to actually receive the Intent.

Titlecase all entries into a form_for text field

You don't want to take care of normalizing your data in a view - what if the user changes the data that gets submitted? Instead you could take care of it in the model using the before_save (or the before_validation) callback. Here's an example of the relevant code for a model like yours:

class Place < ActiveRecord::Base   before_save do |place|     place.city = place.city.downcase.titleize     place.country = place.country.downcase.titleize   end end 

You can also check out the Ruby on Rails guide for more info.


To answer you question more directly, something like this would work:

<%= f.text_field :city, :value => (f.object.city ? f.object.city.titlecase : '') %>   

This just means if f.object.city exists, display the titlecase version of it, and if it doesn't display a blank string.

Can an html element have multiple ids?

You can only have one ID per element, but you can indeed have more than one class. But don't have multiple class attributes, put multiple class values into one attribute.

<div id="foo" class="bar baz bax">

is perfectly legal.

How do I create a crontab through a script

For user crontabs (including root), you can do something like:

crontab -l -u user | cat - filename | crontab -u user -

where the file named "filename" contains items to append. You could also do text manipulation using sed or another tool in place of cat. You should use the crontab command instead of directly modifying the file.

A similar operation would be:

{ crontab -l -u user; echo 'crontab spec'; } | crontab -u user -

If you are modifying or creating system crontabs, those may be manipulated as you would ordinary text files. They are stored in the /etc/cron.d, /etc/cron.hourly, /etc/cron.daily, /etc/cron.weekly, /etc/cron.monthly directories and in the files /etc/crontab and /etc/anacrontab.

Include another JSP file

You can use Include Directives

<%
 if(request.getParameter("p")!=null)
 { 
   String p = request.getParameter("p");
%>    

<%@include file="<%="includes/" + p +".jsp"%>"%>

<% 
 }
%>

or JSP Include Action

<%
 if(request.getParameter("p")!=null)
 { 
   String p = request.getParameter("p");
%>    

<jsp:include page="<%="includes/"+p+".jsp"%>"/>

<% 
 }
%>

the different is include directive includes a file during the translation phase. while JSP Include Action includes a file at the time the page is requested

I recommend Spring MVC Framework as your controller to manipulate things. use url pattern instead of parameter.

example:

www.yourwebsite.com/products

instead of

www.yourwebsite.com/?p=products

Watch this video Spring MVC Framework

python: iterate a specific range in a list

A more memory efficient way to iterate over a slice of a list would be to use islice() from the itertools module:

from itertools import islice

listOfStuff = (['a','b'], ['c','d'], ['e','f'], ['g','h'])

for item in islice(listOfStuff, 1, 3):
    print item

# ['c', 'd']
# ['e', 'f']

However, this can be relatively inefficient in terms of performance if the start value of the range is a large value sinceislicewould have to iterate over the first start value-1 items before returning items.

How to recover MySQL database from .myd, .myi, .frm files

If these are MyISAM tables, then plopping the .FRM, .MYD, and .MYI files into a database directory (e.g., /var/lib/mysql/dbname) will make that table available. It doesn't have to be the same database as they came from, the same server, the same MySQL version, or the same architecture. You may also need to change ownership for the folder (e.g., chown -R mysql:mysql /var/lib/mysql/dbname)

Note that permissions (GRANT, etc.) are part of the mysql database. So they won't be restored along with the tables; you may need to run the appropriate GRANT statements to create users, give access, etc. (Restoring the mysql database is possible, but you need to be careful with MySQL versions and any needed runs of the mysql_upgrade utility.)

Actually, you probably just need the .FRM (table structure) and .MYD (table data), but you'll have to repair table to rebuild the .MYI (indexes).

The only constraint is that if you're downgrading, you'd best check the release notes (and probably run repair table). Newer MySQL versions add features, of course.

[Although it should be obvious, if you mix and match tables, the integrity of relationships between those tables is your problem; MySQL won't care, but your application and your users may. Also, this method does not work at all for InnoDB tables. Only MyISAM, but considering the files you have, you have MyISAM]

How to create a trie in Python

If you want a TRIE implemented as a Python class, here is something I wrote after reading about them:

class Trie:

    def __init__(self):
        self.__final = False
        self.__nodes = {}

    def __repr__(self):
        return 'Trie<len={}, final={}>'.format(len(self), self.__final)

    def __getstate__(self):
        return self.__final, self.__nodes

    def __setstate__(self, state):
        self.__final, self.__nodes = state

    def __len__(self):
        return len(self.__nodes)

    def __bool__(self):
        return self.__final

    def __contains__(self, array):
        try:
            return self[array]
        except KeyError:
            return False

    def __iter__(self):
        yield self
        for node in self.__nodes.values():
            yield from node

    def __getitem__(self, array):
        return self.__get(array, False)

    def create(self, array):
        self.__get(array, True).__final = True

    def read(self):
        yield from self.__read([])

    def update(self, array):
        self[array].__final = True

    def delete(self, array):
        self[array].__final = False

    def prune(self):
        for key, value in tuple(self.__nodes.items()):
            if not value.prune():
                del self.__nodes[key]
        if not len(self):
            self.delete([])
        return self

    def __get(self, array, create):
        if array:
            head, *tail = array
            if create and head not in self.__nodes:
                self.__nodes[head] = Trie()
            return self.__nodes[head].__get(tail, create)
        return self

    def __read(self, name):
        if self.__final:
            yield name
        for key, value in self.__nodes.items():
            yield from value.__read(name + [key])

Regular expression to match any character being repeated more than 10 times

PHP's preg_replace example:

$str = "motttherbb fffaaattther";
$str = preg_replace("/([a-z])\\1/", "", $str);
echo $str;

Here [a-z] hits the character, () then allows it to be used with \\1 backreference which tries to match another same character (note this is targetting 2 consecutive characters already), thus:

mother father

If you did:

$str = preg_replace("/([a-z])\\1{2}/", "", $str);

that would be erasing 3 consecutive repeated characters, outputting:

moherbb her

Using strtok with a std::string

EDIT: usage of const cast is only used to demonstrate the effect of strtok() when applied to a pointer returned by string::c_str().

You should not use strtok() since it modifies the tokenized string which may lead to undesired, if not undefined, behaviour as the C string "belongs" to the string instance.

#include <string>
#include <iostream>

int main(int ac, char **av)
{
    std::string theString("hello world");
    std::cout << theString << " - " << theString.size() << std::endl;

    //--- this cast *only* to illustrate the effect of strtok() on std::string 
    char *token = strtok(const_cast<char  *>(theString.c_str()), " ");

    std::cout << theString << " - " << theString.size() << std::endl;

    return 0;
}

After the call to strtok(), the space was "removed" from the string, or turned down to a non-printable character, but the length remains unchanged.

>./a.out
hello world - 11
helloworld - 11

Therefore you have to resort to native mechanism, duplication of the string or an third party library as previously mentioned.

How do you assert that a certain exception is thrown in JUnit 4 tests?

With Java 8 you can create a method taking a code to check and expected exception as parameters:

private void expectException(Runnable r, Class<?> clazz) { 
    try {
      r.run();
      fail("Expected: " + clazz.getSimpleName() + " but not thrown");
    } catch (Exception e) {
      if (!clazz.isInstance(e)) fail("Expected: " + clazz.getSimpleName() + " but " + e.getClass().getSimpleName() + " found", e);
    }
  }

and then inside your test:

expectException(() -> list.sublist(0, 2).get(2), IndexOutOfBoundsException.class);

Benefits:

  • not relying on any library
  • localised check - more precise and allows to have multiple assertions like this within one test if needed
  • easy to use

Difference between <span> and <div> with text-align:center;?

A span tag is only as wide as its contents, so there is no 'center' of a span tag. There is no extra space on either side of the content.

A div tag, however, is as wide as its containing element, so the content of that div can be centered using any extra space that the content doesn't take up.

So if your div is 100px width and your content only takes 50px, the browser will divide the remaining 50px by 2 and pad 25px on each side of your content to center it.

What is the difference between npm install and npm run build?

  • npm install installs the depedendencies in your package.json config.
  • npm run build runs the script "build" and created a script which runs your application - let's say server.js
  • npm start runs the "start" script which will then be "node server.js"

It's difficult to tell exactly what the issue was but basically if you look at your scripts configuration, I would guess that "build" uses some kind of build tool to create your application while "start" assumes the build has been done but then fails if the file is not there.

You are probably using bower or grunt - I seem to remember that a typical grunt application will have defined those scripts as well as a "clean" script to delete the last build.

Build tools tend to create a file in a bin/, dist/, or build/ folder which the start script then calls - e.g. "node build/server.js". When your npm start fails, it is probably because you called npm clean or similar to delete the latest build so your application file is not present causing npm start to fail.

npm build's source code - to touch on the discussion in this question - is in github for you to have a look at if you like. If you run npm build directly and you have a "build" script defined, it will exit with an error asking you to call your build script as npm run-script build so it's not the same as npm run script.

I'm not quite sure what npm build does, but it seems to be related to postinstall and packaging scripts in dependencies. I assume that this might be making sure that any CLI build scripts's or native libraries required by dependencies are built for the specific environment after downloading the package. This will be why link and install call this script.

How to fix: Error device not found with ADB.exe

Try any of the following solutions. I get errors with adb every now and then. And one of the following always works.

Solution 1
Open command prompt as administrator and enter

  1. adb kill-server
  2. adb start-server

Solution 2
Install drivers for your phone if you're not testing on emulator.

Solution 3
Open android sdk manager and install "Google USB Driver" from extras folder. (attached screenshot)

Android SDK Google USB Driver missing

Solution 4
Go to settings > Developer Options > Enable USB Debugging.
(If you don't see Developer Options, Go to Settings > About Phone > Keep tapping "Build number" until it says "You're a developer!"

Enable USB Debugging

Python integer incrementing with ++

Simply put, the ++ and -- operators don't exist in Python because they wouldn't be operators, they would have to be statements. All namespace modification in Python is a statement, for simplicity and consistency. That's one of the design decisions. And because integers are immutable, the only way to 'change' a variable is by reassigning it.

Fortunately we have wonderful tools for the use-cases of ++ and -- in other languages, like enumerate() and itertools.count().

How to get a shell environment variable in a makefile?

If you've exported the environment variable:

export demoPath=/usr/local/demo

you can simply refer to it by name in the makefile (make imports all the environment variables you have set):

DEMOPATH = ${demoPath}    # Or $(demoPath) if you prefer.

If you've not exported the environment variable, it is not accessible until you do export it, or unless you pass it explicitly on the command line:

make DEMOPATH="${demoPath}" …

If you are using a C shell derivative, substitute setenv demoPath /usr/local/demo for the export command.

cast or convert a float to nvarchar?

Check STR. You need something like SELECT STR([Column_Name],10,0) ** This is SQL Server solution, for other servers check their docs.

How to properly exit a C# application?

All you need is System.Environment.Exit(1);

And it uses the system namespace "using System" that's pretty much always there when you start a project.

Remove all non-"word characters" from a String in Java, leaving accented characters?

At times you do not want to simply remove the characters, but just remove the accents. I came up with the following utility class which I use in my Java REST web projects whenever I need to include a String in an URL:

import java.text.Normalizer;
import java.text.Normalizer.Form;

import org.apache.commons.lang.StringUtils;

/**
 * Utility class for String manipulation.
 * 
 * @author Stefan Haberl
 */
public abstract class TextUtils {
    private static String[] searchList = { "Ä", "ä", "Ö", "ö", "Ü", "ü", "ß" };
    private static String[] replaceList = { "Ae", "ae", "Oe", "oe", "Ue", "ue",
            "sz" };

    /**
     * Normalizes a String by removing all accents to original 127 US-ASCII
     * characters. This method handles German umlauts and "sharp-s" correctly
     * 
     * @param s
     *            The String to normalize
     * @return The normalized String
     */
    public static String normalize(String s) {
        if (s == null)
            return null;

        String n = null;

        n = StringUtils.replaceEachRepeatedly(s, searchList, replaceList);
        n = Normalizer.normalize(n, Form.NFD).replaceAll("[^\\p{ASCII}]", "");

        return n;
    }

    /**
     * Returns a clean representation of a String which might be used safely
     * within an URL. Slugs are a more human friendly form of URL encoding a
     * String.
     * <p>
     * The method first normalizes a String, then converts it to lowercase and
     * removes ASCII characters, which might be problematic in URLs:
     * <ul>
     * <li>all whitespaces
     * <li>dots ('.')
     * <li>(semi-)colons (';' and ':')
     * <li>equals ('=')
     * <li>ampersands ('&')
     * <li>slashes ('/')
     * <li>angle brackets ('<' and '>')
     * </ul>
     * 
     * @param s
     *            The String to slugify
     * @return The slugified String
     * @see #normalize(String)
     */
    public static String slugify(String s) {

        if (s == null)
            return null;

        String n = normalize(s);
        n = StringUtils.lowerCase(n);
        n = n.replaceAll("[\\s.:;&=<>/]", "");

        return n;
    }
}

Being a German speaker I've included proper handling of German umlauts as well - the list should be easy to extend for other languages.

HTH

EDIT: Note that it may be unsafe to include the returned String in an URL. You should at least HTML encode it to prevent XSS attacks.

Function for Factorial in Python

For performance reasons, please do not use recursion. It would be disastrous.

def fact(n, total=1):
    while True:
        if n == 1:
            return total
        n, total = n - 1, total * n

Check running results

cProfile.run('fact(126000)')

4 function calls in 5.164 seconds

Using the stack is convenient(like recursive call), but it comes at a cost: storing detailed information can take up a lot of memory.

If the stack is high, it means that the computer stores a lot of information about function calls.

The method only takes up constant memory(like iteration).

Or Using for loop

def fact(n):
    result = 1
    for i in range(2, n + 1):
        result *= i
    return result

Check running results

cProfile.run('fact(126000)')

4 function calls in 4.708 seconds

Or Using builtin function math

def fact(n):
    return math.factorial(n)

Check running results

cProfile.run('fact(126000)')

5 function calls in 0.272 seconds

Spring Boot - How to get the running port

Please make sure you have imported the correct package

import org.springframework.core.env.Environment;

and then use the Environment object

@Autowired
private Environment env;    // Environment Object containts the port number

 @GetMapping("/status")
  public String status()
    {
   return "it is runing on"+(env.getProperty("local.server.port"));
    }

Regular expression to match DNS hostname or IP Address?

Regarding IP addresses, it appears that there is some debate on whether to include leading zeros. It was once the common practice and is generally accepted, so I would argue that they should be flagged as valid regardless of the current preference. There is also some ambiguity over whether text before and after the string should be validated and, again, I think it should. 1.2.3.4 is a valid IP but 1.2.3.4.5 is not and neither the 1.2.3.4 portion nor the 2.3.4.5 portion should result in a match. Some of the concerns can be handled with this expression:

grep -E '(^|[^[:alnum:]+)(([0-1]?[0-9]{1,2}|2[0-4][0-9]|25[0-5])\.){3}([0-1]?[0-9]{1,2}|2[0-4][0-9]|25[0-5])([^[:alnum:]]|$)' 

The unfortunate part here is the fact that the regex portion that validates an octet is repeated as is true in many offered solutions. Although this is better than for instances of the pattern, the repetition can be eliminated entirely if subroutines are supported in the regex being used. The next example enables those functions with the -P switch of grep and also takes advantage of lookahead and lookbehind functionality. (The function name I selected is 'o' for octet. I could have used 'octet' as the name but wanted to be terse.)

grep -P '(?<![\d\w\.])(?<o>([0-1]?[0-9]{1,2}|2[0-4][0-9]|25[0-5]))(\.\g<o>){3}(?![\d\w\.])'

The handling of the dot might actually create a false negatives if IP addresses are in a file with text in the form of sentences since the a period could follow without it being part of the dotted notation. A variant of the above would fix that:

grep -P '(?<![\d\w\.])(?<x>([0-1]?[0-9]{1,2}|2[0-4][0-9]|25[0-5]))(\.\g<x>){3}(?!([\d\w]|\.\d))'

Searching word in vim?

For basic searching:

  • /pattern - search forward for pattern
  • ?pattern - search backward
  • n - repeat forward search
  • N - repeat backward

Some variables you might want to set:

  • :set ignorecase - case insensitive
  • :set smartcase - use case if any caps used
  • :set incsearch - show match as search

Nodemailer with Gmail and NodeJS

It is resolved using nodemailer-smtp-transport module inside createTransport.

var smtpTransport = require('nodemailer-smtp-transport');

var transport = nodemailer.createTransport(smtpTransport({
    service: 'gmail',
    auth: {
        user: '*******@gmail.com',
        pass: '*****password'
    }
}));

Creating SVG elements dynamically with javascript inside HTML

To facilitate svg editing you can use an intermediate function:

function getNode(n, v) {
  n = document.createElementNS("http://www.w3.org/2000/svg", n);
  for (var p in v)
    n.setAttributeNS(null, p, v[p]);
  return n
}

Now you can write:

svg.appendChild( getNode('rect', { width:200, height:20, fill:'#ff0000' }) );

Example (with an improved getNode function allowing camelcase for property with dash, eg strokeWidth > stroke-width):

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    n.setAttributeNS(null, p.replace(/[A-Z]/g, function(m, p, o, s) { return "-" + m.toLowerCase(); }), v[p]);_x000D_
  return n_x000D_
}_x000D_
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var svg = getNode("svg");_x000D_
document.body.appendChild(svg);_x000D_
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var r = getNode('rect', { x: 10, y: 10, width: 100, height: 20, fill:'#ff00ff' });_x000D_
svg.appendChild(r);_x000D_
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var r = getNode('rect', { x: 20, y: 40, width: 100, height: 40, rx: 8, ry: 8, fill: 'pink', stroke:'purple', strokeWidth:7 });_x000D_
svg.appendChild(r);
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Codeigniter displays a blank page instead of error messages

load your url helper when you create a function eg,

visibility function_name () {

     $this->load->helper('url');
}

the it will show you errors or a view you loaded.

Delete column from SQLite table

PRAGMA foreign_keys=off;

BEGIN TRANSACTION;

ALTER TABLE table1 RENAME TO _table1_old;

CREATE TABLE table1 (
( column1 datatype [ NULL | NOT NULL ],
  column2 datatype [ NULL | NOT NULL ],
  ...
);

INSERT INTO table1 (column1, column2, ... column_n)
  SELECT column1, column2, ... column_n
  FROM _table1_old;

COMMIT;

PRAGMA foreign_keys=on;

For more info: https://www.techonthenet.com/sqlite/tables/alter_table.php

random number generator between 0 - 1000 in c#

Use this:

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

}

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

What does ellipsize mean in android?

Text:

 This is my first android application and
 I am trying to make a funny game,
 It seems android is really very easy to play.

Suppose above is your text and if you are using ellipsize's start attribute it will seen like this

This is my first android application and
...t seems android is really very easy to play.

with end attribute

 This is my first android application and
 I am trying to make a funny game,...

Sending a JSON to server and retrieving a JSON in return, without JQuery

Using new api fetch:

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const dataToSend = JSON.stringify({"email": "[email protected]", "password": "101010"});
let dataReceived = ""; 
fetch("", {
    credentials: "same-origin",
    mode: "same-origin",
    method: "post",
    headers: { "Content-Type": "application/json" },
    body: dataToSend
})
    .then(resp => {
        if (resp.status === 200) {
            return resp.json()
        } else {
            console.log("Status: " + resp.status)
            return Promise.reject("server")
        }
    })
    .then(dataJson => {
        dataReceived = JSON.parse(dataJson)
    })
    .catch(err => {
        if (err === "server") return
        console.log(err)
    })

console.log(`Received: ${dataReceived}`)                
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Get variable from PHP to JavaScript

I think the easiest route is to include the jQuery javascript library in your webpages, then use JSON as format to pass data between the two.

In your HTML pages, you can request data from the PHP scripts like this:

$.getJSON('http://foo/bar.php', {'num1': 12, 'num2': 27}, function(e) {
    alert('Result from PHP: ' + e.result);
});

In bar.php you can do this:

$num1 = $_GET['num1'];
$num2 = $_GET['num2'];
echo json_encode(array("result" => $num1 * $num2));

This is what's usually called AJAX, and it is useful to give web pages a more dynamic and desktop-like feel (you don't have to refresh the entire page to communicate with PHP).

Other techniques are simpler. As others have suggested, you can simply generate the variable data from your PHP script:

$foo = 123;
echo "<script type=\"text/javascript\">\n";
echo "var foo = ${foo};\n";
echo "alert('value is:' + foo);\n";
echo "</script>\n";

Most web pages nowadays use a combination of the two.

What is the correct "-moz-appearance" value to hide dropdown arrow of a <select> element

Try putting opacity:0; your select element will be invisible but the options will be visible when you click on it.

How to change content on hover

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    content:'ADD';_x000D_
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.label:hover:after{_x000D_
    content:'NEW';_x000D_
}
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<span class="label"></span>
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Detect Close windows event by jQuery

You can solve this problem with vanilla-Js:

Unload Basics

If you want to prompt or warn your user that they're going to close your page, you need to add code that sets .returnValue on a beforeunload event:

    window.addEventListener('beforeunload', (event) => {
      event.returnValue = `Are you sure you want to leave?`;
    });

There's two things to remember.

  1. Most modern browsers (Chrome 51+, Safari 9.1+ etc) will ignore what you say and just present a generic message. This prevents webpage authors from writing egregious messages, e.g., "Closing this tab will make your computer EXPLODE! ".

  2. Showing a prompt isn't guaranteed. Just like playing audio on the web, browsers can ignore your request if a user hasn't interacted with your page. As a user, imagine opening and closing a tab that you never switch to—the background tab should not be able to prompt you that it's closing.

Optionally Show

You can add a simple condition to control whether to prompt your user by checking something within the event handler. This is fairly basic good practice, and could work well if you're just trying to warn a user that they've not finished filling out a single static form. For example:

    let formChanged = false;
    myForm.addEventListener('change', () => formChanged = true);
    window.addEventListener('beforeunload', (event) => {
      if (formChanged) {
        event.returnValue = 'You have unfinished changes!';
      }
    });

But if your webpage or webapp is reasonably complex, these kinds of checks can get unwieldy. Sure, you can add more and more checks, but a good abstraction layer can help you and have other benefits—which I'll get to later. ???


Promises

So, let's build an abstraction layer around the Promise object, which represents the future result of work- like a response from a network fetch().

The traditional way folks are taught promises is to think of them as a single operation, perhaps requiring several steps- fetch from the server, update the DOM, save to a database. However, by sharing the Promise, other code can leverage it to watch when it's finished.

Pending Work

Here's an example of keeping track of pending work. By calling addToPendingWork with a Promise—for example, one returned from fetch()—we'll control whether to warn the user that they're going to unload your page.

    const pendingOps = new Set();

    window.addEventListener('beforeunload', (event) => {
      if (pendingOps.size) {
        event.returnValue = 'There is pending work. Sure you want to leave?';
      }
    });

    function addToPendingWork(promise) {
      pendingOps.add(promise);
      const cleanup = () => pendingOps.delete(promise);
      promise.then(cleanup).catch(cleanup);
    }

Now, all you need to do is call addToPendingWork(p) on a promise, maybe one returned from fetch(). This works well for network operations and such- they naturally return a Promise because you're blocked on something outside the webpage's control.

more detail can view in this url:

https://dev.to/chromiumdev/sure-you-want-to-leavebrowser-beforeunload-event-4eg5

Hope that can solve your problem.