Programs & Examples On #Pbmplus

pbmplus is the original name for the Netbpm library. It is a family of graphics formats for bitmaps ([tag:pbm]), graymaps ([tag:pgm]), and pixmaps ([tag:ppm]).

Iterate through <select> options

After try several code, and still not working, I go to official documentation of select2.js. here the link: https://select2.org/programmatic-control/add-select-clear-items

from that the way to clear selection select2 js is:

$('#mySelect2').val(null).trigger('change');

Selenium -- How to wait until page is completely loaded

It seems that you need to wait for the page to be reloaded before clicking on the "Add" button. In this case you could wait for the "Add Item" element to become stale before clicking on the reloaded element:

WebDriverWait wait = new WebDriverWait(driver, 20);
By addItem = By.xpath("//input[.='Add Item']");

// get the "Add Item" element
WebElement element = wait.until(ExpectedConditions.presenceOfElementLocated(addItem));

//trigger the reaload of the page
driver.findElement(By.id("...")).click();

// wait the element "Add Item" to become stale
wait.until(ExpectedConditions.stalenessOf(element));

// click on "Add Item" once the page is reloaded
wait.until(ExpectedConditions.presenceOfElementLocated(addItem)).click();

Why does one use dependency injection?

Quite frankly, I believe people use these Dependency Injection libraries/frameworks because they just know how to do things in runtime, as opposed to load time. All this crazy machinery can be substituted by setting your CLASSPATH environment variable (or other language equivalent, like PYTHONPATH, LD_LIBRARY_PATH) to point to your alternative implementations (all with the same name) of a particular class. So in the accepted answer you'd just leave your code like

var logger = new Logger() //sane, simple code

And the appropriate logger will be instantiated because the JVM (or whatever other runtime or .so loader you have) would fetch it from the class configured via the environment variable mentioned above.

No need to make everything an interface, no need to have the insanity of spawning broken objects to have stuff injected into them, no need to have insane constructors with every piece of internal machinery exposed to the world. Just use the native functionality of whatever language you're using instead of coming up with dialects that won't work in any other project.

P.S.: This is also true for testing/mocking. You can very well just set your environment to load the appropriate mock class, in load time, and skip the mocking framework madness.

Append text to file from command line without using io redirection

If you don't mind using sed then,

$ cat test 
this is line 1
$ sed -i '$ a\this is line 2 without redirection' test 
$ cat test 
this is line 1
this is line 2 without redirection

As the documentation may be a bit long to go through, some explanations :

  • -i means an inplace transformation, so all changes will occur in the file you specify
  • $ is used to specify the last line
  • a means append a line after
  • \ is simply used as a delimiter

How to access model hasMany Relation with where condition?

Just in case anyone else encounters the same problems.

Note, that relations are required to be camelcase. So in my case available_videos() should have been availableVideos().

You can easily find out investigating the Laravel source:

// Illuminate\Database\Eloquent\Model.php
...
/**
 * Get an attribute from the model.
 *
 * @param  string  $key
 * @return mixed
 */
public function getAttribute($key)
{
    $inAttributes = array_key_exists($key, $this->attributes);

    // If the key references an attribute, we can just go ahead and return the
    // plain attribute value from the model. This allows every attribute to
    // be dynamically accessed through the _get method without accessors.
    if ($inAttributes || $this->hasGetMutator($key))
    {
        return $this->getAttributeValue($key);
    }

    // If the key already exists in the relationships array, it just means the
    // relationship has already been loaded, so we'll just return it out of
    // here because there is no need to query within the relations twice.
    if (array_key_exists($key, $this->relations))
    {
        return $this->relations[$key];
    }

    // If the "attribute" exists as a method on the model, we will just assume
    // it is a relationship and will load and return results from the query
    // and hydrate the relationship's value on the "relationships" array.
    $camelKey = camel_case($key);

    if (method_exists($this, $camelKey))
    {
        return $this->getRelationshipFromMethod($key, $camelKey);
    }
}

This also explains why my code worked, whenever I loaded the data using the load() method before.

Anyway, my example works perfectly okay now, and $model->availableVideos always returns a Collection.

Converting java date to Sql timestamp

Take a look at SimpleDateFormat:

java.util.Date utilDate = new java.util.Date();
java.sql.Timestamp sq = new java.sql.Timestamp(utilDate.getTime());  

SimpleDateFormat sdf = new SimpleDateFormat("dd.MM.yyyy HH:mm:ss");
System.out.println(sdf.format(sq));

How to replace multiple strings in a file using PowerShell

Assuming you can only have one 'something1' or 'something2', etc. per line, you can use a lookup table:

$lookupTable = @{
    'something1' = 'something1aa'
    'something2' = 'something2bb'
    'something3' = 'something3cc'
    'something4' = 'something4dd'
    'something5' = 'something5dsf'
    'something6' = 'something6dfsfds'
}

$original_file = 'path\filename.abc'
$destination_file =  'path\filename.abc.new'

Get-Content -Path $original_file | ForEach-Object {
    $line = $_

    $lookupTable.GetEnumerator() | ForEach-Object {
        if ($line -match $_.Key)
        {
            $line -replace $_.Key, $_.Value
            break
        }
    }
} | Set-Content -Path $destination_file

If you can have more than one of those, just remove the break in the if statement.

Why does CreateProcess give error 193 (%1 is not a valid Win32 app)

Let me add an example here:

I'm trying to build Alluxio on windows platform and got the same issue, it's because the pom.xml contains below step:

      <plugin>
        <artifactId>exec-maven-plugin</artifactId>
        <groupId>org.codehaus.mojo</groupId>
        <inherited>false</inherited>
        <executions>
          <execution>
            <id>Check that there are no Windows line endings</id>
            <phase>compile</phase>
            <goals>
              <goal>exec</goal>
            </goals>
            <configuration>
              <executable>${build.path}/style/check_no_windows_line_endings.sh</executable>
            </configuration>
          </execution>
        </executions>
      </plugin>

The .sh file is not executable on windows so the error throws.

Comment it out if you do want build Alluxio on windows.

Log all queries in mysql

Enable the log for table

mysql> SET GLOBAL general_log = 'ON';
mysql> SET global log_output = 'table';

View log by select query

select * from mysql.general_log

How do I access store state in React Redux?

Import connect from react-redux and use it to connect the component with the state connect(mapStates,mapDispatch)(component)

import React from "react";
import { connect } from "react-redux";


const MyComponent = (props) => {
    return (
      <div>
        <h1>{props.title}</h1>
      </div>
    );
  }
}

Finally you need to map the states to the props to access them with this.props

const mapStateToProps = state => {
  return {
    title: state.title
  };
};
export default connect(mapStateToProps)(MyComponent);

Only the states that you map will be accessible via props

Check out this answer: https://stackoverflow.com/a/36214059/4040563

For further reading : https://medium.com/@atomarranger/redux-mapstatetoprops-and-mapdispatchtoprops-shorthand-67d6cd78f132

Disable submit button when form invalid with AngularJS

Selected response is correct, but someone like me, may have issues with async validation with sending request to the server-side - button will be not disabled during given request processing, so button will blink, which looks pretty strange for the users.

To void this, you just need to handle $pending state of the form:

<form name="myForm">
  <input name="myText" type="text" ng-model="mytext" required />
  <button ng-disabled="myForm.$invalid || myForm.$pending">Save</button>
</form>

Factory Pattern. When to use factory methods?

Factory classes are more heavyweight, but give you certain advantages. In cases when you need to build your objects from multiple, raw data sources they allow you to encapsulate only the building logic (and maybe the aggregation of the data) in one place. There it can be tested in abstract without being concerned with the object interface.

I have found this a useful pattern, particularly where I am unable to replace and inadequate ORM and want to efficiently instantiate many objects from DB table joins or stored procedures.

How to set size for local image using knitr for markdown?

The question is old, but still receives a lot of attention. As the existing answers are outdated, here a more up-to-date solution:

Resizing local images

As of knitr 1.12, there is the function include_graphics. From ?include_graphics (emphasis mine):

The major advantage of using this function is that it is portable in the sense that it works for all document formats that knitr supports, so you do not need to think if you have to use, for example, LaTeX or Markdown syntax, to embed an external image. Chunk options related to graphics output that work for normal R plots also work for these images, such as out.width and out.height.

Example:

```{r, out.width = "400px"}
knitr::include_graphics("path/to/image.png")
```

Advantages:

  • Over agastudy's answer: No need for external libraries or for re-rastering the image.
  • Over Shruti Kapoor's answer: No need to manually write HTML. Besides, the image is included in the self-contained version of the file.

Including generated images

To compose the path to a plot that is generated in a chunk (but not included), the chunk options opts_current$get("fig.path") (path to figure directory) as well as opts_current$get("label") (label of current chunk) may be useful. The following example uses fig.path to include the second of two images which were generated (but not displayed) in the first chunk:

```{r generate_figures, fig.show = "hide"}
library(knitr)
plot(1:10, col = "green")
plot(1:10, col = "red")
```

```{r}
include_graphics(sprintf("%sgenerate_figures-2.png", opts_current$get("fig.path")))
```

The general pattern of figure paths is [fig.path]/[chunklabel]-[i].[ext], where chunklabel is the label of the chunk where the plot has been generated, i is the plot index (within this chunk) and ext is the file extension (by default png in RMarkdown documents).

How to correctly write async method?

To get the behavior you want you need to wait for the process to finish before you exit Main(). To be able to tell when your process is done you need to return a Task instead of a void from your function, you should never return void from a async function unless you are working with events.

A re-written version of your program that works correctly would be

class Program {     static void Main(string[] args)     {         Debug.WriteLine("Calling DoDownload");         var downloadTask = DoDownloadAsync();         Debug.WriteLine("DoDownload done");         downloadTask.Wait(); //Waits for the background task to complete before finishing.      }      private static async Task DoDownloadAsync()     {         WebClient w = new WebClient();          string txt = await w.DownloadStringTaskAsync("http://www.google.com/");         Debug.WriteLine(txt);     } } 

Because you can not await in Main() I had to do the Wait() function instead. If this was a application that had a SynchronizationContext I would do await downloadTask; instead and make the function this was being called from async.

Deserializing a JSON into a JavaScript object

Modern browsers support JSON.parse().

var arr_from_json = JSON.parse( json_string );

In browsers that don't, you can include the json2 library.

Transport security has blocked a cleartext HTTP

See the forum post Application Transport Security?.

Also the page Configuring App Transport Security Exceptions in iOS 9 and OSX 10.11.

For example, you can add a specific domain like:

<key>NSAppTransportSecurity</key>
<dict>
  <key>NSExceptionDomains</key>
  <dict>
    <key>example.com</key>
    <dict>
      <!--Include to allow subdomains-->
      <key>NSIncludesSubdomains</key>
      <true/>
      <!--Include to allow HTTP requests-->
      <key>NSTemporaryExceptionAllowsInsecureHTTPLoads</key>
      <true/>
      <!--Include to specify minimum TLS version-->
      <key>NSTemporaryExceptionMinimumTLSVersion</key>
      <string>TLSv1.1</string>
    </dict>
  </dict>
</dict>

The lazy option is:

<key>NSAppTransportSecurity</key>
<dict>
  <!--Include to allow all connections (DANGER)-->
  <key>NSAllowsArbitraryLoads</key>
      <true/>
</dict>

Note:

info.plist is an XML file so you can place this code more or less anywhere inside the file.

How to send a message to a particular client with socket.io

SURE: Simply,

This is what you need :

io.to(socket.id).emit("event", data);

whenever a user joined to the server, socket details will be generated including ID. This is the ID really helps to send a message to particular people.

first we need to store all the socket.ids in array,

var people={};

people[name] =  socket.id;

here name is the receiver name. Example:

people["ccccc"]=2387423cjhgfwerwer23;

So, now we can get that socket.id with the receiver name whenever we are sending message:

for this we need to know the receivername. You need to emit receiver name to the server.

final thing is:

 socket.on('chat message', function(data){
io.to(people[data.receiver]).emit('chat message', data.msg);
});

Hope this works well for you.

Good Luck!!

Disposing WPF User Controls

An UserControl has a Destructor, why don't you use that?

~MyWpfControl()
    {
        // Dispose of any Disposable items here
    }

What is the ellipsis (...) for in this method signature?

The three dot (...) notation is actually borrowed from mathematics, and it means "...and so on".

As for its use in Java, it stands for varargs, meaning that any number of arguments can be added to the method call. The only limitations are that the varargs must be at the end of the method signature and there can only be one per method.

How to set the focus for a particular field in a Bootstrap modal, once it appears

I had the same problem with the bootstrap 3 and solved like this:

$('#myModal').on('shown.bs.modal', function (e) {
    $(this).find('input[type=text]:visible:first').focus();
})

$('#myModal').modal('show').trigger('shown');

Get the directory from a file path in java (android)

I have got solution on this after 4 days, Please note following points while giving path to File class in Android(Java):

  1. Use path for internal storage String path="/storage/sdcard0/myfile.txt";
  2. path="/storage/sdcard1/myfile.txt";
  3. mention permissions in Manifest file.

    <uses-permission android:name="android.permission.WRITE_EXTERNAL_STORAGE" /> <uses-permission android:name="android.permission.READ_EXTERNAL_STORAGE" />

  4. First check file length for confirmation.
  5. Check paths in ES File Explorer regarding sdcard0 & sdcard1 is this same or else......

e.g.

File file=new File(path);
long=file.length();//in Bytes

Changing the "tick frequency" on x or y axis in matplotlib?

This is a bit hacky, but by far the cleanest/easiest to understand example that I've found to do this. It's from an answer on SO here:

Cleanest way to hide every nth tick label in matplotlib colorbar?

for label in ax.get_xticklabels()[::2]:
    label.set_visible(False)

Then you can loop over the labels setting them to visible or not depending on the density you want.

edit: note that sometimes matplotlib sets labels == '', so it might look like a label is not present, when in fact it is and just isn't displaying anything. To make sure you're looping through actual visible labels, you could try:

visible_labels = [lab for lab in ax.get_xticklabels() if lab.get_visible() is True and lab.get_text() != '']
plt.setp(visible_labels[::2], visible=False)

How to change legend title in ggplot

This should work:

p <- ggplot(df, aes(x=rating, fill=cond)) + 
           geom_density(alpha=.3) + 
           xlab("NEW RATING TITLE") + 
           ylab("NEW DENSITY TITLE")
p <- p + guides(fill=guide_legend(title="New Legend Title"))

(or alternatively)

p + scale_fill_discrete(name = "New Legend Title")

Swift: print() vs println() vs NSLog()

A few differences:

  1. print vs println:

    The print function prints messages in the Xcode console when debugging apps.

    The println is a variation of this that was removed in Swift 2 and is not used any more. If you see old code that is using println, you can now safely replace it with print.

    Back in Swift 1.x, print did not add newline characters at the end of the printed string, whereas println did. But nowadays, print always adds the newline character at the end of the string, and if you don't want it to do that, supply a terminator parameter of "".

  2. NSLog:

    • NSLog adds a timestamp and identifier to the output, whereas print will not;

    • NSLog statements appear in both the device’s console and debugger’s console whereas print only appears in the debugger console.

    • NSLog in iOS 10-13/macOS 10.12-10.x uses printf-style format strings, e.g.

        NSLog("%0.4f", CGFloat.pi)
      

      that will produce:

      2017-06-09 11:57:55.642328-0700 MyApp[28937:1751492] 3.1416

    • NSLog from iOS 14/macOS 11 can use string interpolation. (Then, again, in iOS 14 and macOS 11, we would generally favor Logger over NSLog. See next point.)

    Nowadays, while NSLog still works, we would generally use “unified logging” (see below) rather than NSLog.

  3. Effective iOS 14/macOS 11, we have Logger interface to the “unified logging” system. For an introduction to Logger, see WWDC 2020 Explore logging in Swift.

    • To use Logger, you must import os:

      import os
      
    • Like NSLog, unified logging will output messages to both the Xcode debugging console and the device console, too

    • Create a Logger and log a message to it:

      let logger = Logger(subsystem: Bundle.main.bundleIdentifier!, category: "network")
      logger.log("url = \(url)")
      

      When you observe the app via the external Console app, you can filter on the basis of the subsystem and category. It is very useful to differentiate your debugging messages from (a) those generated by other subsystems on behalf of your app, or (b) messages from other categories or types.

    • You can specify different types of logging messages, either .info, .debug, .error, .fault, .critical, .notice, .trace, etc.:

      logger.error("web service did not respond \(error.localizedDescription)")
      

      So, if using the external Console app, you can choose to only see messages of certain categories (e.g. only show debugging messages if you choose “Include Debug Messages” on the Console “Action” menu). These settings also dictate many subtle issues details about whether things are logged to disk or not. See WWDC video for more details.

    • By default, non-numeric data is redacted in the logs. In the example where you logged the URL, if the app were invoked from the device itself and you were watching from your macOS Console app, you would see the following in the macOS Console:

      url = <private>

      If you are confident that this message will not include user confidential data and you wanted to see the strings in your macOS console, you would have to do:

      os_log("url = \(url, privacy: .public)")
      
  4. Prior to iOS 14/macOS 11, iOS 10/macOS 10.12 introduced os_log for “unified logging”. For an introduction to unified logging in general, see WWDC 2016 video Unified Logging and Activity Tracing.

    • Import os.log:

      import os.log
      
    • You should define the subsystem and category:

      let log = OSLog(subsystem: Bundle.main.bundleIdentifier!, category: "network")
      

      When using os_log, you would use a printf-style pattern rather than string interpolation:

      os_log("url = %@", log: log, url.absoluteString)
      
    • You can specify different types of logging messages, either .info, .debug, .error, .fault (or .default):

      os_log("web service did not respond", type: .error)
      
    • You cannot use string interpolation when using os_log. For example with print and Logger you do:

      logger.log("url = \(url)")
      

      But with os_log, you would have to do:

      os_log("url = %@", url.absoluteString)
      
    • The os_log enforces the same data privacy, but you specify the public visibility in the printf formatter (e.g. %{public}@ rather than %@). E.g., if you wanted to see it from an external device, you'd have to do:

      os_log("url = %{public}@", url.absoluteString)
      
    • You can also use the “Points of Interest” log if you want to watch ranges of activities from Instruments:

      let pointsOfInterest = OSLog(subsystem: Bundle.main.bundleIdentifier!, category: .pointsOfInterest)
      

      And start a range with:

      os_signpost(.begin, log: pointsOfInterest, name: "Network request")
      

      And end it with:

      os_signpost(.end, log: pointsOfInterest, name: "Network request")
      

      For more information, see https://stackoverflow.com/a/39416673/1271826.

Bottom line, print is sufficient for simple logging with Xcode, but unified logging (whether Logger or os_log) achieves the same thing but offers far greater capabilities.

The power of unified logging comes into stark relief when debugging iOS apps that have to be tested outside of Xcode. For example, when testing background iOS app processes like background fetch, being connected to the Xcode debugger changes the app lifecycle. So, you frequently will want to test on a physical device, running the app from the device itself, not starting the app from Xcode’s debugger. Unified logging lets you still watch your iOS device log statements from the macOS Console app.

How to insert a row in an HTML table body in JavaScript

You can try the following snippet using jQuery:

$(table).find('tbody').append("<tr><td>aaaa</td></tr>");

SQL injection that gets around mysql_real_escape_string()

The short answer is yes, yes there is a way to get around mysql_real_escape_string(). #For Very OBSCURE EDGE CASES!!!

The long answer isn't so easy. It's based off an attack demonstrated here.

The Attack

So, let's start off by showing the attack...

mysql_query('SET NAMES gbk');
$var = mysql_real_escape_string("\xbf\x27 OR 1=1 /*");
mysql_query("SELECT * FROM test WHERE name = '$var' LIMIT 1");

In certain circumstances, that will return more than 1 row. Let's dissect what's going on here:

  1. Selecting a Character Set

    mysql_query('SET NAMES gbk');
    

    For this attack to work, we need the encoding that the server's expecting on the connection both to encode ' as in ASCII i.e. 0x27 and to have some character whose final byte is an ASCII \ i.e. 0x5c. As it turns out, there are 5 such encodings supported in MySQL 5.6 by default: big5, cp932, gb2312, gbk and sjis. We'll select gbk here.

    Now, it's very important to note the use of SET NAMES here. This sets the character set ON THE SERVER. If we used the call to the C API function mysql_set_charset(), we'd be fine (on MySQL releases since 2006). But more on why in a minute...

  2. The Payload

    The payload we're going to use for this injection starts with the byte sequence 0xbf27. In gbk, that's an invalid multibyte character; in latin1, it's the string ¿'. Note that in latin1 and gbk, 0x27 on its own is a literal ' character.

    We have chosen this payload because, if we called addslashes() on it, we'd insert an ASCII \ i.e. 0x5c, before the ' character. So we'd wind up with 0xbf5c27, which in gbk is a two character sequence: 0xbf5c followed by 0x27. Or in other words, a valid character followed by an unescaped '. But we're not using addslashes(). So on to the next step...

  3. mysql_real_escape_string()

    The C API call to mysql_real_escape_string() differs from addslashes() in that it knows the connection character set. So it can perform the escaping properly for the character set that the server is expecting. However, up to this point, the client thinks that we're still using latin1 for the connection, because we never told it otherwise. We did tell the server we're using gbk, but the client still thinks it's latin1.

    Therefore the call to mysql_real_escape_string() inserts the backslash, and we have a free hanging ' character in our "escaped" content! In fact, if we were to look at $var in the gbk character set, we'd see:

    ?' OR 1=1 /*

    Which is exactly what the attack requires.

  4. The Query

    This part is just a formality, but here's the rendered query:

    SELECT * FROM test WHERE name = '?' OR 1=1 /*' LIMIT 1
    

Congratulations, you just successfully attacked a program using mysql_real_escape_string()...

The Bad

It gets worse. PDO defaults to emulating prepared statements with MySQL. That means that on the client side, it basically does a sprintf through mysql_real_escape_string() (in the C library), which means the following will result in a successful injection:

$pdo->query('SET NAMES gbk');
$stmt = $pdo->prepare('SELECT * FROM test WHERE name = ? LIMIT 1');
$stmt->execute(array("\xbf\x27 OR 1=1 /*"));

Now, it's worth noting that you can prevent this by disabling emulated prepared statements:

$pdo->setAttribute(PDO::ATTR_EMULATE_PREPARES, false);

This will usually result in a true prepared statement (i.e. the data being sent over in a separate packet from the query). However, be aware that PDO will silently fallback to emulating statements that MySQL can't prepare natively: those that it can are listed in the manual, but beware to select the appropriate server version).

The Ugly

I said at the very beginning that we could have prevented all of this if we had used mysql_set_charset('gbk') instead of SET NAMES gbk. And that's true provided you are using a MySQL release since 2006.

If you're using an earlier MySQL release, then a bug in mysql_real_escape_string() meant that invalid multibyte characters such as those in our payload were treated as single bytes for escaping purposes even if the client had been correctly informed of the connection encoding and so this attack would still succeed. The bug was fixed in MySQL 4.1.20, 5.0.22 and 5.1.11.

But the worst part is that PDO didn't expose the C API for mysql_set_charset() until 5.3.6, so in prior versions it cannot prevent this attack for every possible command! It's now exposed as a DSN parameter.

The Saving Grace

As we said at the outset, for this attack to work the database connection must be encoded using a vulnerable character set. utf8mb4 is not vulnerable and yet can support every Unicode character: so you could elect to use that instead—but it has only been available since MySQL 5.5.3. An alternative is utf8, which is also not vulnerable and can support the whole of the Unicode Basic Multilingual Plane.

Alternatively, you can enable the NO_BACKSLASH_ESCAPES SQL mode, which (amongst other things) alters the operation of mysql_real_escape_string(). With this mode enabled, 0x27 will be replaced with 0x2727 rather than 0x5c27 and thus the escaping process cannot create valid characters in any of the vulnerable encodings where they did not exist previously (i.e. 0xbf27 is still 0xbf27 etc.)—so the server will still reject the string as invalid. However, see @eggyal's answer for a different vulnerability that can arise from using this SQL mode.

Safe Examples

The following examples are safe:

mysql_query('SET NAMES utf8');
$var = mysql_real_escape_string("\xbf\x27 OR 1=1 /*");
mysql_query("SELECT * FROM test WHERE name = '$var' LIMIT 1");

Because the server's expecting utf8...

mysql_set_charset('gbk');
$var = mysql_real_escape_string("\xbf\x27 OR 1=1 /*");
mysql_query("SELECT * FROM test WHERE name = '$var' LIMIT 1");

Because we've properly set the character set so the client and the server match.

$pdo->setAttribute(PDO::ATTR_EMULATE_PREPARES, false);
$pdo->query('SET NAMES gbk');
$stmt = $pdo->prepare('SELECT * FROM test WHERE name = ? LIMIT 1');
$stmt->execute(array("\xbf\x27 OR 1=1 /*"));

Because we've turned off emulated prepared statements.

$pdo = new PDO('mysql:host=localhost;dbname=testdb;charset=gbk', $user, $password);
$stmt = $pdo->prepare('SELECT * FROM test WHERE name = ? LIMIT 1');
$stmt->execute(array("\xbf\x27 OR 1=1 /*"));

Because we've set the character set properly.

$mysqli->query('SET NAMES gbk');
$stmt = $mysqli->prepare('SELECT * FROM test WHERE name = ? LIMIT 1');
$param = "\xbf\x27 OR 1=1 /*";
$stmt->bind_param('s', $param);
$stmt->execute();

Because MySQLi does true prepared statements all the time.

Wrapping Up

If you:

  • Use Modern Versions of MySQL (late 5.1, all 5.5, 5.6, etc) AND mysql_set_charset() / $mysqli->set_charset() / PDO's DSN charset parameter (in PHP = 5.3.6)

OR

  • Don't use a vulnerable character set for connection encoding (you only use utf8 / latin1 / ascii / etc)

You're 100% safe.

Otherwise, you're vulnerable even though you're using mysql_real_escape_string()...

JavaFX How to set scene background image

You can change style directly for scene using .root class:

.root {
    -fx-background-image: url("https://www.google.com/images/srpr/logo3w.png");
}

Add this to CSS and load it as "Uluk Biy" described in his answer.

#1142 - SELECT command denied to user ''@'localhost' for table 'pma_table_uiprefs'

One way to resolve this is to login to your root user in phpmyadmin, go to the users tab, find and select the specific user that can't access the select and other queries . Then tick the all checkboxes and just click go. Now that user can select, update and whatever they want.

How can I read SMS messages from the device programmatically in Android?

Use Content Resolver ("content://sms/inbox") to read SMS which are in inbox.

// public static final String INBOX = "content://sms/inbox";
// public static final String SENT = "content://sms/sent";
// public static final String DRAFT = "content://sms/draft";
Cursor cursor = getContentResolver().query(Uri.parse("content://sms/inbox"), null, null, null, null);

if (cursor.moveToFirst()) { // must check the result to prevent exception
    do {
       String msgData = "";
       for(int idx=0;idx<cursor.getColumnCount();idx++)
       {
           msgData += " " + cursor.getColumnName(idx) + ":" + cursor.getString(idx);
       }
       // use msgData
    } while (cursor.moveToNext());
} else {
   // empty box, no SMS
}

Please add READ_SMS permission.

I Hope it helps :)

UTC Date/Time String to Timezone

function _settimezone($time,$defaultzone,$newzone)
{
$date = new DateTime($time, new DateTimeZone($defaultzone));
$date->setTimezone(new DateTimeZone($newzone));
$result=$date->format('Y-m-d H:i:s');
return $result;
}

$defaultzone="UTC";
$newzone="America/New_York";
$time="2011-01-01 15:00:00";
$newtime=_settimezone($time,$defaultzone,$newzone);

AttributeError: 'numpy.ndarray' object has no attribute 'append'

I got this error after change a loop in my program, let`s see:

for ...
  for ... 
     x_batch.append(one_hot(int_word, vocab_size))
     y_batch.append(one_hot(int_nb, vocab_size, value))
  ...
  ...
  if ...
        x_batch = np.asarray(x_batch)
        y_batch = np.asarray(y_batch)
...

In fact, I was reusing the variable and forgot to reset them inside the external loop, like the comment of John Lyon:

for ...
  x_batch = []
  y_batch = []
  for ... 
     x_batch.append(one_hot(int_word, vocab_size))
     y_batch.append(one_hot(int_nb, vocab_size, value))
  ...
  ...
  if ...
        x_batch = np.asarray(x_batch)
        y_batch = np.asarray(y_batch)
...

Then, check if you are using np.asarray() or something like that.

How to scroll to the bottom of a UITableView on the iPhone before the view appears

On iOS 12 the accepted answer seems to be broken. I had it working with the following extension



import UIKit

extension UITableView {
    public func scrollToBottom(animated: Bool = true) {
        guard let dataSource = dataSource else {
            return
        }

        let sections = dataSource.numberOfSections?(in: self) ?? 1
        let rows = dataSource.tableView(self, numberOfRowsInSection: sections-1)
        let bottomIndex = IndexPath(item: rows - 1, section: sections - 1)

        scrollToRow(at: bottomIndex,
                    at: .bottom,
                    animated: animated)
    }
}

How to change the height of a <br>?

Michael and yoda are both right. What you can do is use the <p> tag, which, being a block tag, uses a bottom-margin to offset the following block, so you can do something similar to this to get bigger spacing:

<p>
    A block of text.
</p>
<p>
    Another block
</p>

Another alternative is to use the block <hr> tag, with which you can explicitly define the height of the spacing.

How to create a user in Django?

Bulk user creation with set_password

I you are creating several test users, bulk_create is much faster, but we can't use create_user with it.

set_password is another way to generate the hashed passwords:

def users_iterator():
    for i in range(nusers):
        is_superuser = (i == 0)
        user = User(
            first_name='First' + str(i),
            is_staff=is_superuser,
            is_superuser=is_superuser,
            last_name='Last' + str(i),
            username='user' + str(i),
        )
        user.set_password('asdfqwer')
        yield user

class Command(BaseCommand):
    def handle(self, **options):
        User.objects.bulk_create(iter(users_iterator()))

Question specific about password hashing: How to use Bcrypt to encrypt passwords in Django

Tested in Django 1.9.

Paritition array into N chunks with Numpy

How about this? Here you split the array using the length you want to have.

a = np.random.randint(0,10,[4,4])

a
Out[27]: 
array([[1, 5, 8, 7],
       [3, 2, 4, 0],
       [7, 7, 6, 2],
       [7, 4, 3, 0]])

a[0:2,:]
Out[28]: 
array([[1, 5, 8, 7],
       [3, 2, 4, 0]])

a[2:4,:]
Out[29]: 
array([[7, 7, 6, 2],
       [7, 4, 3, 0]])

How do I create a constant in Python?

Properties are one way to create constants. You can do it by declaring a getter property, but ignoring the setter. For example:

class MyFinalProperty(object):

    @property
    def name(self):
        return "John"

You can have a look at an article I've written to find more ways to use Python properties.

Execute PHP scripts within Node.js web server

You can run PHP as with any web-server, using the SPHP module for node.
It's compatible but not dependent on express.
It also supports websockets requests on the HTTP port.
Its biased for speed under small load, rather then saving resources.

To install in node:

npm install sphp

in you app:

var express = require('express');
var sphp = require('sphp');

var app = express();
var server = app.listen(8080);

app.use(sphp.express('public/'));
app.use(express.static('public/'));

For more information, look at https://github.com/paragi/sphp

I'm slightly biased too because I'm the author :)

When to use IList and when to use List

Microsoft guidelines as checked by FxCop discourage use of List<T> in public APIs - prefer IList<T>.

Incidentally, I now almost always declare one-dimensional arrays as IList<T>, which means I can consistently use the IList<T>.Count property rather than Array.Length. For example:

public interface IMyApi
{
    IList<int> GetReadOnlyValues();
}

public class MyApiImplementation : IMyApi
{
    public IList<int> GetReadOnlyValues()
    {
        List<int> myList = new List<int>();
        ... populate list
        return myList.AsReadOnly();
    }
}
public class MyMockApiImplementationForUnitTests : IMyApi
{
    public IList<int> GetReadOnlyValues()
    {
        IList<int> testValues = new int[] { 1, 2, 3 };
        return testValues;
    }
}

Fatal error: Class 'PHPMailer' not found

I had a number of errors similar to this. Make sure your setFrom email address is valid in $mail->setFrom()

How to create a circle icon button in Flutter?

You can also use a RaisedButton with an image inside (for example for social login) like this (sizedbox with fittebox is needed to contraint the image on the specified size):

FittedBox(
    fit: BoxFit.scaleDown,
    child: SizedBox(
        height: 60,
        width: 60,
        child: RaisedButton(
             child: Image.asset(
                 'assets/images/google_logo.png'),
                 shape: StadiumBorder(),
                 color: Colors.white,
                     onPressed: () {},
                 ),
             ),
         ),

What is the use of the init() usage in JavaScript?

JavaScript doesn't have a built-in init() function, that is, it's not a part of the language. But it's not uncommon (in a lot of languages) for individual programmers to create their own init() function for initialisation stuff.

A particular init() function may be used to initialise the whole webpage, in which case it would probably be called from document.ready or onload processing, or it may be to initialise a particular type of object, or...well, you name it.

What any given init() does specifically is really up to whatever the person who wrote it needed it to do. Some types of code don't need any initialisation.

function init() {
  // initialisation stuff here
}

// elsewhere in code
init();

How to handle windows file upload using Selenium WebDriver?

// assuming driver is a healthy WebDriver instance
WebElement fileInput = driver.findElement(By.name("uploadfile"));
fileInput.sendKeys("C:/path/to/file.jpg");

Hey, that's mine from somewhere :).


In case of the Zamzar web, it should work perfectly. You don't click the element. You just type the path into it. To be concrete, this should be absolutely ok:

driver.findElement(By.id("inputFile")).sendKeys("C:/path/to/file.jpg");

In the case of the Uploadify web, you're in a pickle, since the upload thing is no input, but a Flash object. There's no API for WebDriver that would allow you to work with browser dialogs (or Flash objects).

So after you click the Flash element, there'll be a window popping up that you'll have no control over. In the browsers and operating systems I know, you can pretty much assume that after the window has been opened, the cursor is in the File name input. Please, make sure this assumption is true in your case, too.

If not, you could try to jump to it by pressing Alt + N, at least on Windows...

If yes, you can "blindly" type the path into it using the Robot class. In your case, that would be something in the way of:

driver.findElement(By.id("SWFUpload_0")).click();
Robot r = new Robot();
r.keyPress(KeyEvent.VK_C);        // C
r.keyRelease(KeyEvent.VK_C);
r.keyPress(KeyEvent.VK_COLON);    // : (colon)
r.keyRelease(KeyEvent.VK_COLON);
r.keyPress(KeyEvent.VK_SLASH);    // / (slash)
r.keyRelease(KeyEvent.VK_SLASH);
// etc. for the whole file path

r.keyPress(KeyEvent.VK_ENTER);    // confirm by pressing Enter in the end
r.keyRelease(KeyEvent.VK_ENTER);

It sucks, but it should work. Note that you might need these: How can I make Robot type a `:`? and Convert String to KeyEvents (plus there is the new and shiny KeyEvent#getExtendedKeyCodeForChar() which does similar work, but is available only from JDK7).


For Flash, the only alternative I know (from this discussion) is to use the dark technique:

First, you modify the source code of you the flash application, exposing internal methods using the ActionScript's ExternalInterface API. Once exposed, these methods will be callable by JavaScript in the browser.

Second, now that JavaScript can call internal methods in your flash app, you use WebDriver to make a JavaScript call in the web page, which will then call into your flash app.

This technique is explained further in the docs of the flash-selenium project. (http://code.google.com/p/flash-selenium/), but the idea behind the technique applies just as well to WebDriver.

C# Iterating through an enum? (Indexing a System.Array)

Old question, but a slightly cleaner approach using LINQ's .Cast<>()

var values = Enum.GetValues(typeof(MyEnum)).Cast<MyEnum>();

foreach(var val in values)
{
    Console.WriteLine("Member: {0}",val.ToString());     
}

Looping through JSON with node.js

If you want to avoid blocking, which is only necessary for very large loops, then wrap the contents of your loop in a function called like this: process.nextTick(function(){<contents of loop>}), which will defer execution until the next tick, giving an opportunity for pending calls from other asynchronous functions to be processed.

Converting date between DD/MM/YYYY and YYYY-MM-DD?

Does anyone else else think it's a waste to convert these strings to date/time objects for what is, in the end, a simple text transformation? If you're certain the incoming dates will be valid, you can just use:

>>> ddmmyyyy = "21/12/2008"
>>> yyyymmdd = ddmmyyyy[6:] + "-" + ddmmyyyy[3:5] + "-" + ddmmyyyy[:2]
>>> yyyymmdd
'2008-12-21'

This will almost certainly be faster than the conversion to and from a date.

How to use CSS to surround a number with a circle?

the easiest way is using bootstrap and badge class

 <span class="badge">1</span>

Link to the issue number on GitHub within a commit message

You can also cross reference repos:

githubuser/repository#xxx

xxx being the issue number

How can we redirect a Java program console output to multiple files?

To solve the problem I use ${string_prompt} variable. It shows a input dialog when application runs. I can set the date/time manually at that dialog.

  1. Move cursor at the end of file path. enter image description here

  2. Click variables and select string_prompt enter image description here

  3. Select Apply and Run enter image description here enter image description here

Python import csv to list

A simple loop would suffice:

lines = []
with open('test.txt', 'r') as f:
    for line in f.readlines():
        l,name = line.strip().split(',')
        lines.append((l,name))

print lines

Using CSS to align a button bottom of the screen using relative positions

This will work for any resolution,

button{
    position:absolute;
    bottom: 5%;
    right:20%;
}

http://jsfiddle.net/BUuSr/

Footnotes for tables in LaTeX

In tables I have used \footnotetext.

How to set default value for HTML select?

You could use...

<option <?= ($temp == $value) ? "SELECTED" : "" ?> >$value</opton>

Edit: I thought I was looking at PHP questions... Sorry.

What is Java Servlet?

A servlet is simply a class which responds to a particular type of network request - most commonly an HTTP request. Basically servlets are usually used to implement web applications - but there are also various frameworks which operate on top of servlets (e.g. Struts) to give a higher-level abstraction than the "here's an HTTP request, write to this HTTP response" level which servlets provide.

Servlets run in a servlet container which handles the networking side (e.g. parsing an HTTP request, connection handling etc). One of the best-known open source servlet containers is Tomcat.

How to fix broken paste clipboard in VNC on Windows

I use Remote login with vnc-ltsp-config with GNOME Desktop Environment on CentOS 5.9. From experimenting today, I managed to get cut and paste working for the session and the login prompt (because I'm lazy and would rather copy and paste difficult passwords).

  1. I created a file vncconfig.desktop in the /etc/xdg/autostart directory which enabled cut and paste during the session after login. The vncconfig process is run as the logged in user.

    [Desktop Entry]
    Name=No name
    Encoding=UTF-8
    Version=1.0
    Exec=vncconfig -nowin
    X-GNOME-Autostart-enabled=true

  2. Added vncconfig -nowin & to the bottom of the file /etc/gdm/Init/Desktop which enabled cut and paste in the session during login but terminates after login. The vncconfig process is run as root.

  3. Adding vncconfig -nowin & to the bottom of the file /etc/gdm/PostLogin/Desktop also enabled cut and paste during the session after login. The vncconfig process is run as root however.

How to insert a large block of HTML in JavaScript?

This answer does not use backticks/template literals/template strings (``), which are not supported by Internet Explorer.

Using HTML + JavaScript:

You could keep the HTML block in an invisible container (like a <script>) within your HTML code, then use its innerHTML at runtime in JS

For example:

_x000D_
_x000D_
var div = document.createElement('div');
div.setAttribute('class', 'someClass');
div.innerHTML = document.getElementById('blockOfStuff').innerHTML;
document.getElementById('targetElement').appendChild(div);
_x000D_
.red {
    color: red
}
_x000D_
<script id="blockOfStuff" type="text/html">
    Here's some random text.
    <h1>Including HTML markup</h1>
    And quotes too, or as one man said, "These are quotes, but
    'these' are quotes too."
</script>

<div id="targetElement" class="red"></div>
_x000D_
_x000D_
_x000D_

Idea from this answer: JavaScript HERE-doc or other large-quoting mechanism?

Using PHP:

If you want to insert a particularly long block of HTML in PHP you can use the Nowdoc syntax, like so:

<?php

    $some_var = " - <b>isn't that awesome!</b>";

    echo
<<<EOT
    Here's some random text.
    <h1>Including HTML markup</h1>
    And quotes too, or as one man said, "These are quotes, but 'these' are quotes too."
    <br><br>
    The beauty of Nowdoc in PHP is that you can use variables too $some_var
    <br><br>
    Or even a value contained within an array - be it an array from a variable you've set
    yourself, or one of PHP's built-in arrays. E.g. a user's IP: {$_SERVER['REMOTE_ADDR']}
EOT;

?>

Here's a PHP Fiddle demo of the above code that you can run in your browser.

One important thing to note: The <<<EOT and EOT; MUST be on their own line, without any preceding whitespace.


One huge advantage of using Nowdoc syntax over the usual starting and stopping your PHP tag is its support for variables. Consider the usual way of doing it (shown in the example below), contrasted to the simplicity of Nowdoc (shown in the example above).

<?php

    // Load of PHP code here

?>

Now here's some HTML...<br><br>

Let's pretend that this HTML block is actually a couple of hundred lines long, and we
need to insert loads of variables<br><br>

Hi <?php echo $first_name; ?>!<br><br>

I can see it's your birthday on <?php echo $birthday; ?>, what are you hoping to get?

<?php

    // Another big block of PHP here

?>

And some more HTML!
</body>
</html>

is of a type that is invalid for use as a key column in an index

There is a limitation in SQL Server (up till 2008 R2) that varchar(MAX) and nvarchar(MAX) (and several other types like text, ntext ) cannot be used in indices. You have 2 options:
1. Set a limited size on the key field ex. nvarchar(100)
2. Create a check constraint that compares the value with all the keys in the table. The condition is:

([dbo].[CheckKey]([key])=(1))

and [dbo].[CheckKey] is a scalar function defined as:

CREATE FUNCTION [dbo].[CheckKey]
(
    @key nvarchar(max)
)
RETURNS bit
AS
BEGIN
    declare @res bit
    if exists(select * from key_value where [key] = @key)
        set @res = 0
    else
        set @res = 1

    return @res
END

But note that a native index is more performant than a check constraint so unless you really can't specify a length, don't use the check constraint.

Java Regex Replace with Capturing Group

earl's answer gives you the solution, but I thought I'd add what the problem is that's causing your IllegalStateException. You're calling group(1) without having first called a matching operation (such as find()). This isn't needed if you're just using $1 since the replaceAll() is the matching operation.

How to solve "The specified service has been marked for deletion" error

Deleting registry keys as suggested above got my service stuck in the stopping state. The following procedure worked for me:

open task manager > select services tab > select the service > right click and select "go to process" > right click on the process and select End process

Service should be gone after that

Change :hover CSS properties with JavaScript

I had this need once and created a small library for, which maintains the CSS documents

https://github.com/terotests/css

With that you can state

css().bind("TD:hover", {
        "background" : "00ff00"
    });

It uses the techniques mentioned above and also tries to take care of the cross-browser issues. If there for some reason exists an old browser like IE9 it will limit the number of STYLE tags, because the older IE browser had this strange limit for number of STYLE tags available on the page.

Also, it limits the traffic to the tags by updating tags only periodically. There is also a limited support for creating animation classes.

Can I have multiple primary keys in a single table?

Yes, Its possible in SQL, but we can't set more than one primary keys in MsAccess. Then, I don't know about the other databases.

CREATE TABLE CHAPTER (
    BOOK_ISBN VARCHAR(50) NOT NULL,
    IDX INT NOT NULL,
    TITLE VARCHAR(100) NOT NULL,
    NUM_OF_PAGES INT,
    PRIMARY KEY (BOOK_ISBN, IDX)
);

Setting device orientation in Swift iOS

In info.plist file , change the orientations which you want in "supported interface orientation".

In swift the way supporting files->info.plist->supporting interface orientation.

Javascript onHover event

If you use the JQuery library you can use the .hover() event which merges the mouseover and mouseout event and helps you with the timing and child elements:

$(this).hover(function(){},function(){});

The first function is the start of the hover and the next is the end. Read more at: http://docs.jquery.com/Events/hover

django order_by query set, ascending and descending

Adding the - will order it in descending order. You can also set this by adding a default ordering to the meta of your model. This will mean that when you do a query you just do MyModel.objects.all() and it will come out in the correct order.

class MyModel(models.Model):

    check_in = models.DateField()

    class Meta:
        ordering = ('-check_in',)

C# Base64 String to JPEG Image

Front :

  <Image Name="camImage"/>

Back:

 public async void Base64ToImage(string base64String)
        {
            // read stream
            var bytes = Convert.FromBase64String(base64String);
            var image = bytes.AsBuffer().AsStream().AsRandomAccessStream();

            // decode image
            var decoder = await BitmapDecoder.CreateAsync(image);
            image.Seek(0);

            // create bitmap
            var output = new WriteableBitmap((int)decoder.PixelHeight, (int)decoder.PixelWidth);
            await output.SetSourceAsync(image);

            camImage.Source = output;
        }

VBA: activating/selecting a worksheet/row/cell

This is just a sample code, but it may help you get on your way:

Public Sub testIt()
    Workbooks("Workbook2").Activate
    ActiveWorkbook.Sheets("Sheet2").Activate
    ActiveSheet.Range("B3").Select
    ActiveCell.EntireRow.Insert
End Sub

I am assuming that you can open the book (called Workbook2 in the example).


I think (but I'm not sure) you can squash all this in a single line of code:

    Workbooks("Workbook2").Sheets("Sheet2").Range("B3").EntireRow.Insert

This way you won't need to activate the workbook (or sheet or cell)... Obviously, the book has to be open.

Linq select object from list depending on objects attribute

First, Single throws an exception if there is more than one element satisfying the criteria. Second, your criteria should only check if the Correct property is true. Right now, you are checking if a is equal to a.Correct (which will not even compile).

You should use First (which will throw if there are no such elements), or FirstOrDefault (which will return null for a reference type if there isn't such element):

// this will return the first correct answer,
// or throw an exception if there are no correct answers
var correct = answers.First(a => a.Correct); 

// this will return the first correct answer, 
// or null if there are no correct answers
var correct = answers.FirstOrDefault(a => a.Correct); 

// this will return a list containing all answers which are correct,
// or an empty list if there are no correct answers
var allCorrect = answers.Where(a => a.Correct).ToList();

Command CompileSwift failed with a nonzero exit code in Xcode 10

I searched the whole web but I couldn't find any solution for this problem. I managed to REMOVE the "Common Crypto" path in the section: IMPORT Paths in Build settings. The problem seems to be that "common crypto" now exists in the foundation in the ios 12 sdk.

So":

Simply remove the path for file "common crypto" in the build settings and the project will build like a charm! :)

Properly close mongoose's connection once you're done

You will get an error if you try to close/disconnect outside of the method. The best solution is to close the connection in both callbacks in the method. The dummy code is here.

const newTodo = new Todo({text:'cook dinner'});

newTodo.save().then((docs) => {
  console.log('todo saved',docs);
  mongoose.connection.close();
},(e) => {
  console.log('unable to save');
});

removing html element styles via javascript

getElementById("id").removeAttribute("style");

if you are using jQuery then

$("#id").removeClass("classname");

biggest integer that can be stored in a double

9007199254740992 (that's 9,007,199,254,740,992) with no guarantees :)

Program

#include <math.h>
#include <stdio.h>

int main(void) {
  double dbl = 0; /* I started with 9007199254000000, a little less than 2^53 */
  while (dbl + 1 != dbl) dbl++;
  printf("%.0f\n", dbl - 1);
  printf("%.0f\n", dbl);
  printf("%.0f\n", dbl + 1);
  return 0;
}

Result

9007199254740991
9007199254740992
9007199254740992

Splitting string into multiple rows in Oracle

There is a huge difference between the below two:

  • splitting a single delimited string
  • splitting delimited strings for multiple rows in a table.

If you do not restrict the rows, then the CONNECT BY clause would produce multiple rows and will not give the desired output.

Apart from Regular Expressions, a few other alternatives are using:

  • XMLTable
  • MODEL clause

Setup

SQL> CREATE TABLE t (
  2    ID          NUMBER GENERATED ALWAYS AS IDENTITY,
  3    text        VARCHAR2(100)
  4  );

Table created.

SQL>
SQL> INSERT INTO t (text) VALUES ('word1, word2, word3');

1 row created.

SQL> INSERT INTO t (text) VALUES ('word4, word5, word6');

1 row created.

SQL> INSERT INTO t (text) VALUES ('word7, word8, word9');

1 row created.

SQL> COMMIT;

Commit complete.

SQL>
SQL> SELECT * FROM t;

        ID TEXT
---------- ----------------------------------------------
         1 word1, word2, word3
         2 word4, word5, word6
         3 word7, word8, word9

SQL>

Using XMLTABLE:

SQL> SELECT id,
  2         trim(COLUMN_VALUE) text
  3  FROM t,
  4    xmltable(('"'
  5    || REPLACE(text, ',', '","')
  6    || '"'))
  7  /

        ID TEXT
---------- ------------------------
         1 word1
         1 word2
         1 word3
         2 word4
         2 word5
         2 word6
         3 word7
         3 word8
         3 word9

9 rows selected.

SQL>

Using MODEL clause:

SQL> WITH
  2  model_param AS
  3     (
  4            SELECT id,
  5                      text AS orig_str ,
  6                   ','
  7                          || text
  8                          || ','                                 AS mod_str ,
  9                   1                                             AS start_pos ,
 10                   Length(text)                                   AS end_pos ,
 11                   (Length(text) - Length(Replace(text, ','))) + 1 AS element_count ,
 12                   0                                             AS element_no ,
 13                   ROWNUM                                        AS rn
 14            FROM   t )
 15     SELECT   id,
 16              trim(Substr(mod_str, start_pos, end_pos-start_pos)) text
 17     FROM     (
 18                     SELECT *
 19                     FROM   model_param MODEL PARTITION BY (id, rn, orig_str, mod_str)
 20                     DIMENSION BY (element_no)
 21                     MEASURES (start_pos, end_pos, element_count)
 22                     RULES ITERATE (2000)
 23                     UNTIL (ITERATION_NUMBER+1 = element_count[0])
 24                     ( start_pos[ITERATION_NUMBER+1] = instr(cv(mod_str), ',', 1, cv(element_no)) + 1,
 25                     end_pos[iteration_number+1] = instr(cv(mod_str), ',', 1, cv(element_no) + 1) )
 26                 )
 27     WHERE    element_no != 0
 28     ORDER BY mod_str ,
 29           element_no
 30  /

        ID TEXT
---------- --------------------------------------------------
         1 word1
         1 word2
         1 word3
         2 word4
         2 word5
         2 word6
         3 word7
         3 word8
         3 word9

9 rows selected.

SQL>

ActiveMQ connection refused

Your application is not able to connect to activemq. Check that your activemq is running and listening on localhost 61616.

You can try using: netstat -a to check if the activemq process has started. Or try check if you can access your actvemq using admin page: localhost:8161/admin/queues.jsp

On mac you will start your activemq using:

$ACTMQ_HOME/bin/activemq start 

Or if your config file (activemq.xml ) if located in another location you can use:

$ACTMQ_HOME/bin/activemq start xbean:file:${location_of_your_config_file}

In your case the executable is under: bin/macosx/activemq so you need to use: $ACTMQ_HOME/bin/macosx/activemq start

Asp.net - <customErrors mode="Off"/> error when trying to access working webpage

You should only have one <system.web> in your Web.Config Configuration File.

<?xml version="1.0"?>
<configuration>
  <system.web>
    <customErrors mode="Off"/>
    <compilation debug="true"/>
    <authentication mode="None"/>
  </system.web>
</configuration>

how to reference a YAML "setting" from elsewhere in the same YAML file?

I have wrote my own library on Python to expand variables being loaded from directories with a hierarchy like:

/root
 |
 +- /proj1
     |
     +- config.yaml
     |
     +- /proj2
         |
         +- config.yaml
         |
         ... and so on ...

The key difference here is that the expansion must be applied only after all the config.yaml files is loaded, where the variables from the next file can override the variables from the previous, so the pseudocode should look like this:

env = YamlEnv()
env.load('/root/proj1/config.yaml')
env.load('/root/proj1/proj2/config.yaml')
...
env.expand()

As an additional option the xonsh script can export the resulting variables into environment variables (see the yaml_update_global_vars function).

The scripts:

https://sourceforge.net/p/contools/contools/HEAD/tree/trunk/Scripts/Tools/cmdoplib.yaml.py https://sourceforge.net/p/contools/contools/HEAD/tree/trunk/Scripts/Tools/cmdoplib.yaml.xsh

Pros:

  • simple, does not support recursion and nested variables
  • can replace an undefined variable to a placeholder (${MYUNDEFINEDVAR} -> *$/{MYUNDEFINEDVAR})
  • can expand a reference from environment variable (${env:MYVAR})
  • can replace all \\ to / in a path variable (${env:MYVAR:path})

Cons:

  • does not support nested variables, so can not expand values in nested dictionaries (something like ${MYSCOPE.MYVAR} is not implemented)
  • does not detect expansion recursion, including recursion after a placeholder put

Set element width or height in Standards Mode

Try declaring the unit of width:

e1.style.width = "400px"; // width in PIXELS

This page didn't load Google Maps correctly. See the JavaScript console for technical details

The fix is really simple: just replace YOUR_API_KEY on the last line of your code with your actual API key!

If you don't have one, you can get it for free on the Google Developers Website.

How to execute INSERT statement using JdbcTemplate class from Spring Framework

If you are planning to use JdbcTemplate in multiple locations, it would be a good idea to create a Spring Bean for it.

Using Java Config it would be:

@Configuration
public class DBConfig {

   @Bean
   public DataSource dataSource() {
      //create a data source
   }

   @Bean
   public JdbcTemplate jdbcTemplate() {
      return new JdbcTemplate(dataSource());
   }

   @Bean
   public TransactionManager transactionManager() {
      return new DataSourceTransactionManager(dataSource());
   }

}

Then a repository that uses that JdbcTemplate could be:

@Repository
public class JdbcSomeRepository implements SomeRepository {

   private final JdbcTemplate jdbcTemplate ;

   @Autowired
   public JdbcSomeRepository(JdbcTemplate jdbcTemplate) {
      this.jdbcTemplate = jdbcTemplate;
   } 

   @Override
   @Transactional 
   public int someUpdate(SomeType someValue, SomeOtherType someOtherValue) {
      return jdbcTemplate.update("INSERT INTO SomeTable(column1, column2) VALUES(?,?)", someValue, someOtherValue)
   }
}

The update method from JdbcTemplate that I have used can be found here.

Fixed footer in Bootstrap

To get a footer that sticks to the bottom of your viewport, give it a fixed position like this:

footer {
    position: fixed;
    height: 100px;
    bottom: 0;
    width: 100%;
}

Bootstrap includes this CSS in the Navbar > Placement section with the class fixed-bottom. Just add this class to your footer element:

<footer class="fixed-bottom">

Bootstrap docs: https://getbootstrap.com/docs/4.4/utilities/position/#fixed-bottom

Regex matching beginning AND end strings

Well, the simple regex is this:

/^dbo\..*_fn$/

It would be better, however, to use the string manipulation functionality of whatever programming language you're using to slice off the first four and the last three characters of the string and check whether they're what you want.

How can I view the Git history in Visual Studio Code?

You won't need a plugin to see commit history with Visual Studio Code 1.42 or more.

Timeline view

In this milestone, we've made progress on the new Timeline view, and have an early preview to share.
This is a unified view for visualizing time-series events (e.g. commits, saves, test runs, etc.) for a resource (file, folder, etc.).

To enable the Timeline view, you must be using the Insiders Edition (VSCode 1.44 March 2020) and then add the following setting:

"timeline.showView": true

https://media.githubusercontent.com/media/microsoft/vscode-docs/vnext/release-notes/images/1_42/timeline.png

How to change the value of ${user} variable used in Eclipse templates

Windows > Preferences > Java > Code Style > Code Templates > Comments

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Or Open eclipse.ini file and add following.

-Duser.name=Sumit Singh // Your Name

enter image description here

Send POST data using XMLHttpRequest

I have faced similar problem, using the same post and and this link I have resolved my issue.

 var http = new XMLHttpRequest();
 var url = "MY_URL.Com/login.aspx";
 var params = 'eid=' +userEmailId+'&amp;pwd='+userPwd

 http.open("POST", url, true);

 // Send the proper header information along with the request
 //http.setRequestHeader("Content-type", "application/x-www-form-urlencoded");
 //http.setRequestHeader("Content-Length", params.length);// all browser wont support Refused to set unsafe header "Content-Length"
 //http.setRequestHeader("Connection", "close");//Refused to set unsafe header "Connection"

 // Call a function when the state 
 http.onreadystatechange = function() {
    if(http.readyState == 4 && http.status == 200) {
        alert(http.responseText);
    }
 }
 http.send(params);

This link has completed information.

Duplicate ID, tag null, or parent id with another fragment for com.google.android.gms.maps.MapFragment

This is my answer:

1, Create a layout xml like following:

<FrameLayout xmlns:android="http://schemas.android.com/apk/res/android"
xmlns:tools="http://schemas.android.com/tools"
android:id="@+id/map_container"
android:layout_width="match_parent"
android:layout_height="match_parent">
</FrameLayout>

2, in the Fragment class, add a google map programmatically.

import com.google.android.gms.maps.GoogleMap;
import com.google.android.gms.maps.SupportMapFragment;
import android.app.Activity;
import android.os.Bundle;
import android.support.v4.app.Fragment;
import android.support.v4.app.FragmentTransaction;
import android.util.Log;
import android.view.LayoutInflater;
import android.view.View;
import android.view.ViewGroup;

/**
 * A simple {@link android.support.v4.app.Fragment} subclass. Activities that
 * contain this fragment must implement the
 * {@link MapFragment.OnFragmentInteractionListener} interface to handle
 * interaction events. Use the {@link MapFragment#newInstance} factory method to
 * create an instance of this fragment.
 * 
 */
public class MapFragment extends Fragment {
    // TODO: Rename parameter arguments, choose names that match
    private GoogleMap mMap;

    @Override
    public void onCreate(Bundle savedInstanceState) {
        super.onCreate(savedInstanceState);
    }

    @Override
    public View onCreateView(LayoutInflater inflater, ViewGroup container,
            Bundle savedInstanceState) {
        // Inflate the layout for this fragment
        View view = inflater.inflate(R.layout.fragment_map, container, false);
        SupportMapFragment mMapFragment = SupportMapFragment.newInstance();
        mMap = mMapFragment.getMap();
        FragmentTransaction transaction = getChildFragmentManager().beginTransaction();
        transaction.add(R.id.map_container, mMapFragment).commit();
        return view;
    }

    @Override
    public void onAttach(Activity activity) {
        super.onAttach(activity);
        Log.d("Attach", "on attach");
    }

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

How to measure height, width and distance of object using camera?

If you think about it, a body XRay scan (at the medical center) too needs this kind of measurement for estimating size of tumors. So they place a 1 Dollar Coin on the body, to do a comparative measurement.

Even newspaper is printed with some marks on the corners.

You need a reference to measure. May be you can get your person to wear a cap which has a few bright green circles. Once you recognize the size of the circle you can comparatively measure the remaining.

Or you can create a transparent 1 inch circle which will superimpose on the face, move the camera toward/away the face, aim your superimposed circle on that bright green circle on the cap. Then on your photo will be as per scale.

store return value of a Python script in a bash script

sys.exit() should return an integer, not a string:

sys.exit(1)

The value 1 is in $?.

$ cat e.py
import sys
sys.exit(1)
$ python e.py
$ echo $?
1

Edit:

If you want to write to stderr, use sys.stderr.

SQL Server Operating system error 5: "5(Access is denied.)"

In linux, I went to /var/opt/mssql/data/ folder and opened a terminal with sudo then, changed my *.mdf and *.ldf file permissions as below in which you replace yourDB with your Database file name and myUser to currently logged username:

chmod 755 yourDB.mdf
chown myUser yourDB.mdf

chmod 755 yourDB.ldf
chown myUser yourDB.ldf

After that, it was reconnected without any issue.

What is unexpected T_VARIABLE in PHP?

It could be some other line as well. PHP is not always that exact.

Probably you are just missing a semicolon on previous line.

How to reproduce this error, put this in a file called a.php:

<?php
  $a = 5
  $b = 7;        // Error happens here.
  print $b;
?>

Run it:

eric@dev ~ $ php a.php

PHP Parse error:  syntax error, unexpected T_VARIABLE in
/home/el/code/a.php on line 3

Explanation:

The PHP parser converts your program to a series of tokens. A T_VARIABLE is a Token of type VARIABLE. When the parser processes tokens, it tries to make sense of them, and throws errors if it receives a variable where none is allowed.

In the simple case above with variable $b, the parser tried to process this:

$a = 5 $b = 7;

The PHP parser looks at the $b after the 5 and says "that is unexpected".

Python module for converting PDF to text

Try PDFMiner. It can extract text from PDF files as HTML, SGML or "Tagged PDF" format.

The Tagged PDF format seems to be the cleanest, and stripping out the XML tags leaves just the bare text.

A Python 3 version is available under:

What is this spring.jpa.open-in-view=true property in Spring Boot?

This property will register an OpenEntityManagerInViewInterceptor, which registers an EntityManager to the current thread, so you will have the same EntityManager until the web request is finished. It has nothing to do with a Hibernate SessionFactory etc.

"X does not name a type" error in C++

When the compiler compiles the class User and gets to the MyMessageBox line, MyMessageBox has not yet been defined. The compiler has no idea MyMessageBox exists, so cannot understand the meaning of your class member.

You need to make sure MyMessageBox is defined before you use it as a member. This is solved by reversing the definition order. However, you have a cyclic dependency: if you move MyMessageBox above User, then in the definition of MyMessageBox the name User won't be defined!

What you can do is forward declare User; that is, declare it but don't define it. During compilation, a type that is declared but not defined is called an incomplete type. Consider the simpler example:

struct foo; // foo is *declared* to be a struct, but that struct is not yet defined

struct bar
{
    // this is okay, it's just a pointer;
    // we can point to something without knowing how that something is defined
    foo* fp; 

    // likewise, we can form a reference to it
    void some_func(foo& fr);

    // but this would be an error, as before, because it requires a definition
    /* foo fooMember; */
};

struct foo // okay, now define foo!
{
    int fooInt;
    double fooDouble;
};

void bar::some_func(foo& fr)
{
    // now that foo is defined, we can read that reference:
    fr.fooInt = 111605;
    fr.foDouble = 123.456;
}

By forward declaring User, MyMessageBox can still form a pointer or reference to it:

class User; // let the compiler know such a class will be defined

class MyMessageBox
{
public:
    // this is ok, no definitions needed yet for User (or Message)
    void sendMessage(Message *msg, User *recvr); 

    Message receiveMessage();
    vector<Message>* dataMessageList;
};

class User
{
public:
    // also ok, since it's now defined
    MyMessageBox dataMsgBox;
};

You cannot do this the other way around: as mentioned, a class member needs to have a definition. (The reason is that the compiler needs to know how much memory User takes up, and to know that it needs to know the size of its members.) If you were to say:

class MyMessageBox;

class User
{
public:
    // size not available! it's an incomplete type
    MyMessageBox dataMsgBox;
};

It wouldn't work, since it doesn't know the size yet.


On a side note, this function:

 void sendMessage(Message *msg, User *recvr);

Probably shouldn't take either of those by pointer. You can't send a message without a message, nor can you send a message without a user to send it to. And both of those situations are expressible by passing null as an argument to either parameter (null is a perfectly valid pointer value!)

Rather, use a reference (possibly const):

 void sendMessage(const Message& msg, User& recvr);

C++ error: "Array must be initialized with a brace enclosed initializer"

The syntax to statically initialize an array uses curly braces, like this:

int array[10] = { 0 };

This will zero-initialize the array.

For multi-dimensional arrays, you need nested curly braces, like this:

int cipher[Array_size][Array_size]= { { 0 } };

Note that Array_size must be a compile-time constant for this to work. If Array_size is not known at compile-time, you must use dynamic initialization. (Preferably, an std::vector).

Is it possible to use the instanceof operator in a switch statement?

If you want to avoid the verbosity of if(){} else if{}, you may consider switching this single file to kotlin and use the switch-like when expression in combination with is operator.

In any case Kotlin and java files can co-exist in a project.

when (this) { //switch-like statement in kotlin supporting class-pattern-matching and smart casts via `is` operator.
    is A -> doA()
    is B -> doB()
    is C -> doC()
}

Execution time of C program

perf tool is more accurate to be used in order to collect and profile the running program. Use perf stat to show all information related to the program being executed.

How to get multiple select box values using jQuery?

Get selected values in comma separator

var Accessids = "";
$(".multi_select .btn-group>ul>li input:checked").each(function(i,obj)
{
    Accessids=Accessids+$(obj).val()+",";
});
Accessids = Accessids.substring(0,Accessids.length - 1);
console.log(Accessids);

How to return XML in ASP.NET?

XmlDocument xd = new XmlDocument();
xd.LoadXml(xmlContent);

context.Response.Clear();
context.Response.ContentType = "text/xml";
context.Response.ContentEncoding = System.Text.Encoding.UTF8;
xd.Save(context.Response.Output);
context.Response.Flush();
context.Response.SuppressContent = true;
context.ApplicationInstance.CompleteRequest();

Running Node.Js on Android

J2V8 is best solution of your problem. It's run Nodejs application on jvm(java and android).

J2V8 is Java Bindings for V8, But Node.js integration is available in J2V8 (version 4.4.0)

Github : https://github.com/eclipsesource/J2V8

Example : http://eclipsesource.com/blogs/2016/07/20/running-node-js-on-the-jvm/

What is the Record type in typescript?

  1. Can someone give a simple definition of what Record is?

A Record<K, T> is an object type whose property keys are K and whose property values are T. That is, keyof Record<K, T> is equivalent to K, and Record<K, T>[K] is (basically) equivalent to T.

  1. Is Record<K,T> merely a way of saying "all properties on this object will have type T"? Probably not all objects, since K has some purpose...

As you note, K has a purpose... to limit the property keys to particular values. If you want to accept all possible string-valued keys, you could do something like Record<string, T>, but the idiomatic way of doing that is to use an index signature like { [k: string]: T }.

  1. Does the K generic forbid additional keys on the object that are not K, or does it allow them and just indicate that their properties are not transformed to T?

It doesn't exactly "forbid" additional keys: after all, a value is generally allowed to have properties not explicitly mentioned in its type... but it wouldn't recognize that such properties exist:

declare const x: Record<"a", string>;
x.b; // error, Property 'b' does not exist on type 'Record<"a", string>'

and it would treat them as excess properties which are sometimes rejected:

declare function acceptR(x: Record<"a", string>): void;
acceptR({a: "hey", b: "you"}); // error, Object literal may only specify known properties

and sometimes accepted:

const y = {a: "hey", b: "you"};
acceptR(y); // okay
  1. With the given example:

    type ThreeStringProps = Record<'prop1' | 'prop2' | 'prop3', string>
    

    Is it exactly the same as this?:

    type ThreeStringProps = {prop1: string, prop2: string, prop3: string}
    

Yes!

Hope that helps. Good luck!

How to Generate Unique Public and Private Key via RSA

When you use a code like this:

using (var rsa = new RSACryptoServiceProvider(1024))
{
   // Do something with the key...
   // Encrypt, export, etc.
}

.NET (actually Windows) stores your key in a persistent key container forever. The container is randomly generated by .NET

This means:

  1. Any random RSA/DSA key you have EVER generated for the purpose of protecting data, creating custom X.509 certificate, etc. may have been exposed without your awareness in the Windows file system. Accessible by anyone who has access to your account.

  2. Your disk is being slowly filled with data. Normally not a big concern but it depends on your application (e.g. it might generates hundreds of keys every minute).

To resolve these issues:

using (var rsa = new RSACryptoServiceProvider(1024))
{
   try
   {
      // Do something with the key...
      // Encrypt, export, etc.
   }
   finally
   {
      rsa.PersistKeyInCsp = false;
   }
}

ALWAYS

Checking images for similarity with OpenCV

Sam's solution should be sufficient. I've used combination of both histogram difference and template matching because not one method was working for me 100% of the times. I've given less importance to histogram method though. Here's how I've implemented in simple python script.

import cv2

class CompareImage(object):

    def __init__(self, image_1_path, image_2_path):
        self.minimum_commutative_image_diff = 1
        self.image_1_path = image_1_path
        self.image_2_path = image_2_path

    def compare_image(self):
        image_1 = cv2.imread(self.image_1_path, 0)
        image_2 = cv2.imread(self.image_2_path, 0)
        commutative_image_diff = self.get_image_difference(image_1, image_2)

        if commutative_image_diff < self.minimum_commutative_image_diff:
            print "Matched"
            return commutative_image_diff
        return 10000 //random failure value

    @staticmethod
    def get_image_difference(image_1, image_2):
        first_image_hist = cv2.calcHist([image_1], [0], None, [256], [0, 256])
        second_image_hist = cv2.calcHist([image_2], [0], None, [256], [0, 256])

        img_hist_diff = cv2.compareHist(first_image_hist, second_image_hist, cv2.HISTCMP_BHATTACHARYYA)
        img_template_probability_match = cv2.matchTemplate(first_image_hist, second_image_hist, cv2.TM_CCOEFF_NORMED)[0][0]
        img_template_diff = 1 - img_template_probability_match

        # taking only 10% of histogram diff, since it's less accurate than template method
        commutative_image_diff = (img_hist_diff / 10) + img_template_diff
        return commutative_image_diff


    if __name__ == '__main__':
        compare_image = CompareImage('image1/path', 'image2/path')
        image_difference = compare_image.compare_image()
        print image_difference

Facebook share button and custom text

To give custom parameters to facebook share its better to give only the link and facebook gets its Title + Description + Picture automatically from the page that you are sharing. In order to "help" facebook API find those things you can put the following things in the header of the page that you are sharing:

<meta property="og:title" content="title" />
<meta property="og:description" content="description" />
<meta property="og:image" content="thumbnail_image" />

Check here

If the page is not under your control use what AllisonC has shared above.

For popup modalview type behavior:

Use your own button/link/text and then you can use a modal view type of popup this way:

<script type= 'text/javascript'>
$('#twitterbtn-link,#facebookbtn-link').click(function(event) {
var width  = 575,
    height = 400,
    left   = ($(window).width()  - width)  / 2,
    top    = ($(window).height() - height) / 2,
    url    = this.href,
    opts   = 'status=1' +
             ',width='  + width  +
             ',height=' + height +
             ',top='    + top    +
             ',left='   + left;

window.open(url, 'twitter', opts);

return false;
});
</script>

where twitterbtn-link and facebookbtn-link are both ids of anchors.

How do I allow HTTPS for Apache on localhost?

tl;dr

ssh -R youruniquesubdomain:80:localhost:3000 serveo.net

And your local environment can be accessed from https://youruniquesubdomain.serveo.net

Serveo is the best

  • No signup.
  • No install.
  • Has HTTPS.
  • Accessible world-wide.
  • You can specify a custom fix, subdomain.
  • You can self host it, so you can use your own domain, and be future proof, even if the service goes down.

I couldn't believe when I found this service. It offers everything and it is the easiest to use. If there would be such an easy and painless tool for every problem...

What is "not assignable to parameter of type never" error in typescript?

This seems to be a recent regression or some strange behavior in typescript. If you have the code:

const result = []

Usually it would be treated as if you wrote:

const result:any[] = []

however, if you have both noImplicitAny FALSE, AND strictNullChecks TRUE in your tsconfig, it is treated as:

const result:never[] = []

This behavior defies all logic, IMHO. Turning on null checks changes the entry types of an array?? And then turning on noImplicitAny actually restores the use of any without any warnings??

When you truly have an array of any, you shouldn't need to indicate it with extra code.

npm install won't install devDependencies

Got a similar error after running npm-check-updates -u. Solved it by removing node_modules folder and package-lock.json. After that a new npm install and everything worked.

My exception:

Failed to load parser '@typescript-eslint/parser' declared in 'package.json » eslint-config-react-app#overrides[0]': Cannot find module '@typescript-eslint/parser'

How do I make a C++ macro behave like a function?

I know you said "ignore what the macro does", but people will find this question by searching based on the title, so I think discussion of further techniques to emulate functions with macros are warranted.

Closest I know of is:

#define MACRO(X,Y) \
do { \
    auto MACRO_tmp_1 = (X); \
    auto MACRO_tmp_2 = (Y); \
    using std::cout; \
    using std::endl; \
    cout << "1st arg is:" << (MACRO_tmp_1) << endl;    \
    cout << "2nd arg is:" << (MACRO_tmp_2) << endl;    \
    cout << "Sum is:" << (MACRO_tmp_1 + MACRO_tmp_2) << endl; \
} while(0)

This does the following:

  • Works correctly in each of the stated contexts.
  • Evaluates each of its arguments exactly once, which is a guaranteed feature of a function call (assuming in both cases no exceptions in any of those expressions).
  • Acts on any types, by use of "auto" from C++0x. This is not yet standard C++, but there's no other way to get the tmp variables necessitated by the single-evaluation rule.
  • Doesn't require the caller to have imported names from namespace std, which the original macro does, but a function would not.

However, it still differs from a function in that:

  • In some invalid uses it may give different compiler errors or warnings.
  • It goes wrong if X or Y contain uses of 'MACRO_tmp_1' or 'MACRO_tmp_2' from the surrounding scope.
  • Related to the namespace std thing: a function uses its own lexical context to look up names, whereas a macro uses the context of its call site. There's no way to write a macro that behaves like a function in this respect.
  • It can't be used as the return expression of a void function, which a void expression (such as the comma solution) can. This is even more of an issue when the desired return type is not void, especially when used as an lvalue. But the comma solution can't include using declarations, because they're statements, so pick one or use the ({ ... }) GNU extension.

Parse RSS with jQuery

Use Google AJAX Feed API unless your RSS data is private. It's fast, of course.

https://developers.google.com/feed/

Removing u in list

Please Use map() python function.

Input: In case of list of values

index = [u'CARBO1004' u'CARBO1006' u'CARBO1008' u'CARBO1009' u'CARBO1020']

encoded_string = map(str, index)

Output: ['CARBO1004', 'CARBO1006', 'CARBO1008', 'CARBO1009', 'CARBO1020']

For a Single string input:

index = u'CARBO1004'
# Use Any one of the encoding scheme.
index.encode("utf-8")  # To utf-8 encoding scheme
index.encode('ascii', 'ignore')  # To Ignore Encoding Errors and set to default scheme

Output: 'CARBO1004'

Exception from HRESULT: 0x800A03EC Error

Adding one more possible issue causing this: the formula was wrong because I was using the wrong list separator according to my locale. Using CultureInfo.CurrentCulture.TextInfo.ListSeparator; corrected the issue.

Note that the exception was thrown on the following line of code...

Value cannot be null. Parameter name: source

Take a Row in the database and make all the column null in that row like this "NULL".Now pass that NULL value using try catch or if else.

Selector on background color of TextView

Benoit's solution works, but you really don't need to incur the overhead to draw a shape. Since colors can be drawables, just define a color in a /res/values/colors.xml file:

<?xml version="1.0" encoding="utf-8"?>
<resources>
    <color name="semitransparent_white">#77ffffff</color>
</resources>

And then use as such in your selector:

<?xml version="1.0" encoding="utf-8"?>
<selector xmlns:android="http://schemas.android.com/apk/res/android">
    <item
        android:state_pressed="true"
        android:drawable="@color/semitransparent_white" />
</selector>

.NET unique object identifier

How about this method:

Set a field in the first object to a new value. If the same field in the second object has the same value, it's probably the same instance. Otherwise, exit as different.

Now set the field in the first object to a different new value. If the same field in the second object has changed to the different value, it's definitely the same instance.

Don't forget to set field in the first object back to it's original value on exit.

Problems?

How do I insert values into a Map<K, V>?

The two errors you have in your code are very different.

The first problem is that you're initializing and populating your Map in the body of the class without a statement. You can either have a static Map and a static {//TODO manipulate Map} statement in the body of the class, or initialize and populate the Map in a method or in the class' constructor.

The second problem is that you cannot treat a Map syntactically like an array, so the statement data["John"] = "Taxi Driver"; should be replaced by data.put("John", "Taxi Driver"). If you already have a "John" key in your HashMap, its value will be replaced with "Taxi Driver".

Two div blocks on same line

You can do this in many way.

  1. Using display: flex

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#block_container {_x000D_
    display: flex;_x000D_
    justify-content: center;_x000D_
}
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<div id="block_container">_x000D_
  <div id="bloc1">Copyright &copy; All Rights Reserved.</div>_x000D_
  <div id="bloc2"><img src="..."></div>_x000D_
</div>
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  1. Using display: inline-block

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#block_container {_x000D_
    text-align: center;_x000D_
}_x000D_
#block_container > div {_x000D_
    display: inline-block;_x000D_
    vertical-align: middle;_x000D_
}
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<div id="block_container">_x000D_
  <div id="bloc1">Copyright &copy; All Rights Reserved.</div>_x000D_
  <div id="bloc2"><img src="..."></div>_x000D_
</div>
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  1. using table

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    <table align="center">_x000D_
        <tr>_x000D_
            <td>_x000D_
                <div id="bloc1">Copyright &copy; All Rights Reserved.</div>_x000D_
            </td>_x000D_
            <td>_x000D_
                <div id="bloc2"><img src="..."></div>_x000D_
            </td>_x000D_
        </tr>_x000D_
    </table>_x000D_
</div>
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Referencing system.management.automation.dll in Visual Studio

The assembly coming with Powershell SDK (C:\Program Files\Reference Assemblies\Microsoft\WindowsPowerShell\v1.0) does not come with Powershell 2 specific types.

Manually editing the csproj file solved my problem.

What does "control reaches end of non-void function" mean?

Always build with at least minimal optimization. With -O0, all analysis that the compiler could use to determine that execution cannot reach the end of the function has been disabled. This is why you're seeing the warning. The only time you should ever use -O0 is for step-by-line debugging, which is usually not a good debugging approach anyway, but it's what most people who got started with MSVC learned on...

FirstOrDefault returns NullReferenceException if no match is found

That is because FirstOrDefaultcan return null causing your following .Value to cause the exception. You need to change it to something like:

var myThing = things.FirstOrDefault(t => t.Id == idToFind);

if(myThing == null)
    return; // we failed to find what we wanted
var displayName = myThing.DisplayName;

Attach IntelliJ IDEA debugger to a running Java process

Also, don't forget you need to add "-Xdebug" flag in app JAVA_OPTS if you want connect in debug mode.

URL to compose a message in Gmail (with full Gmail interface and specified to, bcc, subject, etc.)

Many others have done an excellent job here giving a basic answer, especially Tobias Mühl. As mentioned, GMail's Api very closely matches the definition given by RFC2368 and RFC6068. This is true of the extended form of the mailto: links, but it's also true in the commonly-used forms found in the other answers. Of the five parameters, four are identical (such as to, cc, bcc and body) and one received only slight modification (su is gmail's version of subject).

If you want to know more about what you can do with mailTo gmail URLs, then these RFCs might be of help. Unfortunately, Google has not published any source themselves.

To clarify the parameters:

  • to - Email to who
  • su (gmail API) / subject (mailTo API) - Email Title
  • body - Email Body
  • bcc - Email Blind-Carbon Copy
  • cc - Email Carbon Copy address

How to efficiently build a tree from a flat structure?

Python solution

def subtree(node, relationships):
    return {
        v: subtree(v, relationships) 
        for v in [x[0] for x in relationships if x[1] == node]
    }

For example:

# (child, parent) pairs where -1 means no parent    
flat_tree = [
     (1, -1),
     (4, 1),
     (10, 4),
     (11, 4),
     (16, 11),
     (17, 11),
     (24, 17),
     (25, 17),
     (5, 1),
     (8, 5),
     (9, 5),
     (7, 9),
     (12, 9),
     (22, 12),
     (23, 12),
     (2, 23),
     (26, 23),
     (27, 23),
     (20, 9),
     (21, 9)
    ]

subtree(-1, flat_tree)

Produces:

{
    "1": {
        "4": {
            "10": {}, 
            "11": {
                "16": {}, 
                "17": {
                    "24": {}, 
                    "25": {}
                }
            }
        }, 
        "5": {
            "8": {}, 
            "9": {
                "20": {}, 
                "12": {
                    "22": {}, 
                    "23": {
                        "2": {}, 
                        "27": {}, 
                        "26": {}
                    }
                }, 
                "21": {}, 
                "7": {}
            }
        }
    }
}

Get final URL after curl is redirected

You can do this with wget usually. wget --content-disposition "url" additionally if you add -O /dev/null you will not be actually saving the file.

wget -O /dev/null --content-disposition example.com

`getchar()` gives the same output as the input string

According to the definition of getchar(), it reads a character from the standard input. Unfortunately stdin is mistaken for keyboard which might not be the case for getchar. getchar uses a buffer as stdin and reads a single character at a time. In your case since there is no EOF, the getchar and putchar are running multiple times and it looks to you as it the whole string is being printed out at a time. Make a small change and you will understand:

putchar(c);
printf("\n");     
c = getchar();

Now look at the output compared to the original code.

Another example that will explain you the concept of getchar and buffered stdin :

void main(){
int c;
printf("Enter character");
c = getchar();
putchar();
c = getchar();
putchar();
}

Enter two characters in the first case. The second time when getchar is running are you entering any character? NO but still putchar works.

This ultimately means there is a buffer and when ever you are typing something and click enter this goes and settles in the buffer. getchar uses this buffer as stdin.

How to create an on/off switch with Javascript/CSS?

Using plain javascript

<html>

  <head>

     <!-- define on/off styles -->
     <style type="text/css">
      .on  { background:blue; }
      .off { background:red; }
     </style>

     <!-- define the toggle function -->
     <script language="javascript">
        function toggleState(item){
           if(item.className == "on") {
              item.className="off";
           } else {
              item.className="on";
           }
        }
     </script>
  </head>

  <body>
     <!-- call 'toggleState' whenever clicked -->
     <input type="button" id="btn" value="button" 
        class="off" onclick="toggleState(this)" />
  </body>

</html>

Using jQuery

If you use jQuery, you can do it using the toggle function, or using the toggleClass function inside click event handler, like this:

$(document).ready(function(){
    $('a#myButton').click(function(){
        $(this).toggleClass("btnClicked");
    });
});

Using jQuery UI effects, you can animate transitions: http://jqueryui.com/demos/toggleClass/

How do I delete everything in Redis?

If you are using Java then from the documentation, you can use any one of them based on your use case.

/**
 * Remove all keys from all databases.
 *
 * @return String simple-string-reply
 */
String flushall();

/**
 * Remove all keys asynchronously from all databases.
 *
 * @return String simple-string-reply
 */
String flushallAsync();

/**
 * Remove all keys from the current database.
 *
 * @return String simple-string-reply
 */
String flushdb();

/**
 * Remove all keys asynchronously from the current database.
 *
 * @return String simple-string-reply
 */
String flushdbAsync();

Code:

RedisAdvancedClusterCommands syncCommands = // get sync() or async() commands 
syncCommands.flushdb();

Read more: https://github.com/lettuce-io/lettuce-core/wiki/Redis-Cluster

Error in plot.new() : figure margins too large, Scatter plot

Just clear the plots and try executing the code again...It worked for me

Argument Exception "Item with Same Key has already been added"

As others have said, you are adding the same key more than once. If this is a NOT a valid scenario, then check Jdinklage Morgoone's answer (which only saves the first value found for a key), or, consider this workaround (which only saves the last value found for a key):

// This will always overwrite the existing value if one is already stored for this key
rct3Features[items[0]] = items[1];

Otherwise, if it is valid to have multiple values for a single key, then you should consider storing your values in a List<string> for each string key.

For example:

var rct3Features = new Dictionary<string, List<string>>();
var rct4Features = new Dictionary<string, List<string>>();

foreach (string line in rct3Lines)
{
    string[] items = line.Split(new String[] { " " }, 2, StringSplitOptions.None);

    if (!rct3Features.ContainsKey(items[0]))
    {
        // No items for this key have been added, so create a new list
        // for the value with item[1] as the only item in the list
        rct3Features.Add(items[0], new List<string> { items[1] });
    }
    else
    {
        // This key already exists, so add item[1] to the existing list value
        rct3Features[items[0]].Add(items[1]);
    }
}

// To display your keys and values (testing)
foreach (KeyValuePair<string, List<string>> item in rct3Features)
{
    Console.WriteLine("The Key: {0} has values:", item.Key);
    foreach (string value in item.Value)
    {
        Console.WriteLine(" - {0}", value);
    }
}

Jenkins not executing jobs (pending - waiting for next executor)

I'm a little late to the game, but this may help others.

In my case my jenkins master has a shared external resource, which is allocated to jenkins jobs by the external-resource-dispatcher-plugin. Due to bug JENKINS-19439 in the plugin (which is in beta), I found that my resource had been locked by a previous job, but wasn't unlocked when that previous job was cancelled.

To find out if a resource is currently in the locked state, navigate to the affected jenkins node, Jenkins -> Manage Jenkins -> Manage Nodes -> master

You should see the current state of any external resources. If any are unexpectedly locked this may be the reason why jobs are waiting for an executor.

I couldn't find any details of how to manually resolve this issue.
Restarting jenkins didn't resolve the problem.
In the end I went with the brutal approach:

  • Remove the external resource
    (see Jenkins -> Manage Jenkins -> Manage Nodes -> master -> configure)
  • Restart jenkins
  • Re-create the external resource

jQuery AJAX form data serialize using PHP

Your problem is in your php file. When you use jquery serialize() method you are sending a string, so you can not treat it like an array. Make a var_dump($_post) and you will see what I am talking about.

Convert text into number in MySQL query

You can use CAST() to convert from string to int. e.g. SELECT CAST('123' AS INTEGER);

How to draw checkbox or tick mark in GitHub Markdown table?

Edit the document or wiki page, and use the - [ ] and - [x] syntax to update your task list. Furthermore you can refer to this link.

Where is the php.ini file on a Linux/CentOS PC?

php -i |grep 'Configuration File'

Mask output of `The following objects are masked from....:` after calling attach() function

If you look at the down arrow in environment tab. The attached file can appear multiple times. You may need to highlight and run detach(filename) several times until all cases are gone then attach(newfilename) should have no output message.

attached files under environment tab

Algorithm to randomly generate an aesthetically-pleasing color palette

It's going to be hard to get what you want algorithmically - people have been studying color theory for a long time, and they don't even know all the rules.

However, there are some rules which you can use to cull bad color combinations (ie, there are rules for clashing colors, and choosing complementary colors).

I'd recommend you visit your library's art section and check out books on color theory to gain a better understanding of what is a good color before you try to make one - it appears you might not even know why certain combinations work and others don't.

-Adam

'dict' object has no attribute 'has_key'

In python3, has_key(key) is replaced by __contains__(key)

Tested in python3.7:

a = {'a':1, 'b':2, 'c':3}
print(a.__contains__('a'))

Java, How to implement a Shift Cipher (Caesar Cipher)

Two ways to implement a Caesar Cipher:

Option 1: Change chars to ASCII numbers, then you can increase the value, then revert it back to the new character.

Option 2: Use a Map map each letter to a digit like this.

A - 0
B - 1
C - 2
etc...

With a map you don't have to re-calculate the shift every time. Then you can change to and from plaintext to encrypted by following map.

How to execute a Windows command on a remote PC?

psexec \\RemoteComputer cmd.exe

or use ssh or TeamViewer or RemoteDesktop!

Push git commits & tags simultaneously

Update August 2020

As mentioned originally in this answer by SoBeRich, and in my own answer, as of git 2.4.x

git push --atomic origin <branch name> <tag>

(Note: this actually work with HTTPS only with Git 2.24)

Update May 2015

As of git 2.4.1, you can do

git config --global push.followTags true

If set to true enable --follow-tags option by default.
You may override this configuration at time of push by specifying --no-follow-tags.

As noted in this thread by Matt Rogers answering Wes Hurd:

--follow-tags only pushes annotated tags.

git tag -a -m "I'm an annotation" <tagname>

That would be pushed (as opposed to git tag <tagname>, a lightweight tag, which would not be pushed, as I mentioned here)

Update April 2013

Since git 1.8.3 (April 22d, 2013), you no longer have to do 2 commands to push branches, and then to push tags:

The new "--follow-tags" option tells "git push" to push relevant annotated tags when pushing branches out.

You can now try, when pushing new commits:

git push --follow-tags

That won't push all the local tags though, only the one referenced by commits which are pushed with the git push.

Git 2.4.1+ (Q2 2015) will introduce the option push.followTags: see "How to make “git push” include tags within a branch?".

Original answer, September 2010

The nuclear option would be git push --mirror, which will push all refs under refs/.

You can also push just one tag with your current branch commit:

git push origin : v1.0.0 

You can combine the --tags option with a refspec like:

git push origin --tags :

(since --tags means: All refs under refs/tags are pushed, in addition to refspecs explicitly listed on the command line)


You also have this entry "Pushing branches and tags with a single "git push" invocation"

A handy tip was just posted to the Git mailing list by Zoltán Füzesi:

I use .git/config to solve this:

[remote "origin"]
    url = ...
    fetch = +refs/heads/*:refs/remotes/origin/*
    push = +refs/heads/*
    push = +refs/tags/*

With these lines added git push origin will upload all your branches and tags. If you want to upload only some of them, you can enumerate them.

Haven't tried it myself yet, but it looks like it might be useful until some other way of pushing branches and tags at the same time is added to git push.
On the other hand, I don't mind typing:

$ git push && git push --tags

Beware, as commented by Aseem Kishore

push = +refs/heads/* will force-pushes all your branches.

This bit me just now, so FYI.


René Scheibe adds this interesting comment:

The --follow-tags parameter is misleading as only tags under .git/refs/tags are considered.
If git gc is run, tags are moved from .git/refs/tags to .git/packed-refs. Afterwards git push --follow-tags ... does not work as expected anymore.

Best way to get value from Collection by index

You shouldn't. a Collection avoids talking about indexes specifically because it might not make sense for the specific collection. For example, a List implies some form of ordering, but a Set does not.

Collection<String> myCollection = new HashSet<String>();
myCollection.add("Hello");
myCollection.add("World");

for (String elem : myCollection) {
    System.out.println("elem = " + elem);
}

System.out.println("myCollection.toArray()[0] = " + myCollection.toArray()[0]);

gives me:

elem = World
elem = Hello
myCollection.toArray()[0] = World

whilst:

myCollection = new ArrayList<String>();
myCollection.add("Hello");
myCollection.add("World");

for (String elem : myCollection) {
    System.out.println("elem = " + elem);
}

System.out.println("myCollection.toArray()[0] = " + myCollection.toArray()[0]);

gives me:

elem = Hello
elem = World
myCollection.toArray()[0] = Hello

Why do you want to do this? Could you not just iterate over the collection?

How can I represent an infinite number in Python?

Also if you use SymPy you can use sympy.oo

>>> from sympy import oo
>>> oo + 1
oo
>>> oo - oo
nan

etc.

How to display items side-by-side without using tables?

The negative margin would help a lot!

The html DOM looks like below:

<div class="main">
  <div class="main_body">Main content</div>
</div>
<div class="left">Left Images or something else</div>

And the CSS:

.main {
  float:left;
  width:100%;
}

.main_body{
  margin-left:210px;
  height:200px;
}
.left{
  float:left;
  width:200px;
  height:200px;
  margin-left:-100%;
}

The main_body will responsive it's with, may it helps you!

python exception message capturing

After python 3.6, you can use formatted string literal. It's neat! (https://docs.python.org/3/whatsnew/3.6.html#whatsnew36-pep498)

try
 ...
except Exception as e:
    logger.error(f"Failed to upload to ftp: {e}")

Replace transparency in PNG images with white background

Using -flatten made me completely mad because -flatten in combination with mogrify crop and resizing simply doesn't work. The official and for me only correct way is to "remove" the alpha channel.

-alpha remove -alpha off (not needed with JPG)

See documention: http://www.imagemagick.org/Usage/masking/#remove

Age from birthdate in python

from datetime import date

days_in_year = 365.2425    
age = int((date.today() - birth_date).days / days_in_year)

In Python 3, you could perform division on datetime.timedelta:

from datetime import date, timedelta

age = (date.today() - birth_date) // timedelta(days=365.2425)

What do the terms "CPU bound" and "I/O bound" mean?

I/O Bound process:- If most part of the lifetime of a process is spent in i/o state, then the process is a i/o bound process.example:-calculator,internet explorer

CPU Bound process:- If most part of the process life is spent in cpu,then it is cpu bound process.

CSS Animation and Display None

You can manage to have a pure CSS implementation with max-height

#main-image{
    max-height: 0;
    overflow: hidden;
    background: red;
   -prefix-animation: slide 1s ease 3.5s forwards;
}

@keyframes slide {
  from {max-height: 0;}
  to {max-height: 500px;}
}

You might have to also set padding, margin and border to 0, or simply padding-top, padding-bottom, margin-top and margin-bottom.

I updated the demo of Duopixel here : http://jsfiddle.net/qD5XX/231/

Html.ActionLink as a button or an image, not a link

Just simply :

<button onclick="@Url.Action("index", "Family", new {familyid = Model.FamilyID })">Cancel</button>

Finding the position of the max element

You can use max_element() function to find the position of the max element.

int main()
{
    int num, arr[10];
    int x, y, a, b;

    cin >> num;

    for (int i = 0; i < num; i++)
    {
        cin >> arr[i];
    }

    cout << "Max element Index: " << max_element(arr, arr + num) - arr;

    return 0;
}

Where do I find some good examples for DDD?

ddd-cqrs-sample is also a good resource. Written with Java, Spring and JPA.

Updated link: https://github.com/BottegaIT/ddd-leaven-v2

How do I grab an INI value within a shell script?

You may use crudini tool to get ini values, e.g.:

DATABASE_VERSION=$(crudini --get parameters.ini '' database_version)

Copy/Paste/Calculate Visible Cells from One Column of a Filtered Table

I set up a simple 3-column range on Sheet1 with Country, City, and Language in columns A, B, and C. The following code autofilters the range and then pastes only one of the columns of autofiltered data to another sheet. You should be able to modify this for your purposes:

Sub CopyPartOfFilteredRange()
    Dim src As Worksheet
    Dim tgt As Worksheet
    Dim filterRange As Range
    Dim copyRange As Range
    Dim lastRow As Long

    Set src = ThisWorkbook.Sheets("Sheet1")
    Set tgt = ThisWorkbook.Sheets("Sheet2")

    ' turn off any autofilters that are already set
    src.AutoFilterMode = False

    ' find the last row with data in column A
    lastRow = src.Range("A" & src.Rows.Count).End(xlUp).Row

    ' the range that we are auto-filtering (all columns)
    Set filterRange = src.Range("A1:C" & lastRow)

    ' the range we want to copy (only columns we want to copy)
    ' in this case we are copying country from column A
    ' we set the range to start in row 2 to prevent copying the header
    Set copyRange = src.Range("A2:A" & lastRow)

    ' filter range based on column B
    filterRange.AutoFilter field:=2, Criteria1:="Rio de Janeiro"

    ' copy the visible cells to our target range
    ' note that you can easily find the last populated row on this sheet
    ' if you don't want to over-write your previous results
    copyRange.SpecialCells(xlCellTypeVisible).Copy tgt.Range("A1")

End Sub

Note that by using the syntax above to copy and paste, nothing is selected or activated (which you should always avoid in Excel VBA) and the clipboard is not used. As a result, Application.CutCopyMode = False is not necessary.

Math.random() versus Random.nextInt(int)

another important point is that Random.nextInt(n) is repeatable since you can create two Random object with the same seed. This is not possible with Math.random().

Pretty graphs and charts in Python

You could also consider google charts.

Not technically a python API, but you can use it from python, it's reasonably fast to code for, and the results tend to look nice. If you happen to be using your plots online, then this would be an even better solution.

Python: Tuples/dictionaries as keys, select, sort

This type of data is efficiently pulled from a Trie-like data structure. It also allows for fast sorting. The memory efficiency might not be that great though.

A traditional trie stores each letter of a word as a node in the tree. But in your case your "alphabet" is different. You are storing strings instead of characters.

it might look something like this:

root:                Root
                     /|\
                    / | \
                   /  |  \     
fruit:       Banana Apple Strawberry
              / |      |     \
             /  |      |      \
color:     Blue Yellow Green  Blue
            /   |       |       \
           /    |       |        \
end:      24   100      12        0

see this link: trie in python

How to pass parameter to a promise function

Try this:

function someFunction(username, password) {
      return new Promise((resolve, reject) => {
        // Do something with the params username and password...
        if ( /* everything turned out fine */ ) {
          resolve("Stuff worked!");
        } else {
          reject(Error("It didn't work!"));
        }
      });
    }
    
    someFunction(username, password)
      .then((result) => {
        // Do something...
      })
      .catch((err) => {
        // Handle the error...
      });

JavaScript get child element

ULs don't have a name attribute, but you can reference the ul by tag name.

Try replacing line 3 in your script with this:

var sub = cat.getElementsByTagName("UL");

Real escape string and PDO

Use prepared statements. Those keep the data and syntax apart, which removes the need for escaping MySQL data. See e.g. this tutorial.

Fine control over the font size in Seaborn plots for academic papers

You are right. This is a badly documented issue. But you can change the font size parameter (by opposition to font scale) directly after building the plot. Check the following example:

import seaborn as sns
tips = sns.load_dataset("tips")

b = sns.boxplot(x=tips["total_bill"])
b.axes.set_title("Title",fontsize=50)
b.set_xlabel("X Label",fontsize=30)
b.set_ylabel("Y Label",fontsize=20)
b.tick_params(labelsize=5)
sns.plt.show()

, which results in this:

Different font sizes for different labels

To make it consistent in between plots I think you just need to make sure the DPI is the same. By the way it' also a possibility to customize a bit the rc dictionaries since "font.size" parameter exists but I'm not too sure how to do that.

NOTE: And also I don't really understand why they changed the name of the font size variables for axis labels and ticks. Seems a bit un-intuitive.

Binary search (bisection) in Python

Using a dict wouldn't like double your memory usage unless the objects you're storing are really tiny, since the values are only pointers to the actual objects:

>>> a = 'foo'
>>> b = [a]
>>> c = [a]
>>> b[0] is c[0]
True

In that example, 'foo' is only stored once. Does that make a difference for you? And exactly how many items are we talking about anyway?

Sorting string array in C#

Actually I don't see any nulls:

given:

static void Main()
        {
            string[] testArray = new string[]
            {
                "aa",
                "ab",
                "ac",
                "ad",
                "ab",
                "af"
            };

            Array.Sort(testArray, StringComparer.InvariantCulture);

            Array.ForEach(testArray, x => Console.WriteLine(x));
        }

I obtained:

enter image description here

How to query SOLR for empty fields?

According to SolrQuerySyntax, you can use q=-id:[* TO *].

Matplotlib - Move X-Axis label downwards, but not X-Axis Ticks

If the variable ax.xaxis._autolabelpos = True, matplotlib sets the label position in function _update_label_position in axis.py according to (some excerpts):

    bboxes, bboxes2 = self._get_tick_bboxes(ticks_to_draw, renderer)
    bbox = mtransforms.Bbox.union(bboxes)
    bottom = bbox.y0
    x, y = self.label.get_position()
    self.label.set_position((x, bottom - self.labelpad * self.figure.dpi / 72.0))

You can set the label position independently of the ticks by using:

    ax.xaxis.set_label_coords(x0, y0)

that sets _autolabelpos to False or as mentioned above by changing the labelpad parameter.

Failed to load resource 404 (Not Found) - file location error?

Looks like the path you gave doesn't have any bootstrap files in them.

href="~/lib/bootstrap/dist/css/bootstrap.min.css"

Make sure the files exist over there , else point the files to the correct path, which should be in your case

href="~/node_modules/bootstrap/dist/css/bootstrap.min.css"

JavaScript Nested function

Function-instantiation is allowed inside and outside of functions. Inside those functions, just like variables, the nested functions are local and therefore cannot be obtained from the outside scope.

function foo() {
    function bar() {
        return 1;
    }
    return bar();
}

foo manipulates bar within itself. bar cannot be touched from the outer scope unless it is defined in the outer scope.

So this will not work:

function foo() {
    function bar() {
        return 1;
    }
}

bar(); // throws error: bar is not defined

Run a single migration file

If you want to run a specific migration, do

$ rake db:migrate:up VERSION=20080906120000

If you want to run migrations multiple times, do

# use the STEP parameter if you need to go more than one version back
$ rake db:migrate:redo STEP=3

If you want to run a single migration multiple times, do

# this is super useful
$ rake db:migrate:redo VERSION=20080906120000

(you can find the version number in the filename of your migration)


Edit: You can also simply rename your migration file, Eg:

20151013131830_my_migration.rb -> 20151013131831_my_migration.rb

Then migrate normally, this will treat the migration as a new one (usefull if you want to migrate on a remote environment (such as staging) on which you have less control.

Edit 2: You can also just nuke the migration entry in the database. Eg:

rails_c> q = "delete from schema_migrations where version = '20151013131830'"
rails_c> ActiveRecord::Base.connection.execute(q)

rake db:migrate will then rerun the up method of the nuked migrations.

convert datetime to date format dd/mm/yyyy

DateTime dt = DateTime.ParseExact(yourObject.ToString(), "MM/dd/yyyy hh:mm:ss tt", CultureInfo.InvariantCulture);

string s = dt.ToString("dd/M/yyyy", CultureInfo.InvariantCulture);

Programmatically open new pages on Tabs

<a href="http://www.google.com/" target="_self">New Tab Example</a>

Works in IE7.

Regards,

Glenn

What is the difference between ApplicationContext and WebApplicationContext in Spring MVC?

Web application context, specified by the WebApplicationContext interface, is a Spring application context for a web applications. It has all the properties of a regular Spring application context, given that the WebApplicationContext interface extends the ApplicationContext interface, and add a method for retrieving the standard Servlet API ServletContext for the web application.

In addition to the standard Spring bean scopes singleton and prototype, there are three additional scopes available in a web application context:

  • request - scopes a single bean definition to the lifecycle of a single HTTP request; that is, each HTTP request has its own instance of a bean created off the back of a single bean definition
  • session - scopes a single bean definition to the lifecycle of an HTTP Session
  • application - scopes a single bean definition to the lifecycle of a ServletContext

Comparison of full text search engine - Lucene, Sphinx, Postgresql, MySQL?

I am surprised that there isn't more information posted about Solr. Solr is quite similar to Sphinx but has more advanced features (AFAIK as I haven't used Sphinx -- only read about it).

The answer at the link below details a few things about Sphinx which also applies to Solr. Comparison of full text search engine - Lucene, Sphinx, Postgresql, MySQL?

Solr also provides the following additional features:

  1. Supports replication
  2. Multiple cores (think of these as separate databases with their own configuration and own indexes)
  3. Boolean searches
  4. Highlighting of keywords (fairly easy to do in application code if you have regex-fu; however, why not let a specialized tool do a better job for you)
  5. Update index via XML or delimited file
  6. Communicate with the search server via HTTP (it can even return Json, Native PHP/Ruby/Python)
  7. PDF, Word document indexing
  8. Dynamic fields
  9. Facets
  10. Aggregate fields
  11. Stop words, synonyms, etc.
  12. More Like this...
  13. Index directly from the database with custom queries
  14. Auto-suggest
  15. Cache Autowarming
  16. Fast indexing (compare to MySQL full-text search indexing times) -- Lucene uses a binary inverted index format.
  17. Boosting (custom rules for increasing relevance of a particular keyword or phrase, etc.)
  18. Fielded searches (if a search user knows the field he/she wants to search, they narrow down their search by typing the field, then the value, and ONLY that field is searched rather than everything -- much better user experience)

BTW, there are tons more features; however, I've listed just the features that I have actually used in production. BTW, out of the box, MySQL supports #1, #3, and #11 (limited) on the list above. For the features you are looking for, a relational database isn't going to cut it. I'd eliminate those straight away.

Also, another benefit is that Solr (well, Lucene actually) is a document database (e.g. NoSQL) so many of the benefits of any other document database can be realized with Solr. In other words, you can use it for more than just search (i.e. Performance). Get creative with it :)

How can I revert multiple Git commits (already pushed) to a published repository?

The Problem

There are a number of work-flows you can use. The main point is not to break history in a published branch unless you've communicated with everyone who might consume the branch and are willing to do surgery on everyone's clones. It's best not to do that if you can avoid it.

Solutions for Published Branches

Your outlined steps have merit. If you need the dev branch to be stable right away, do it that way. You have a number of tools for Debugging with Git that will help you find the right branch point, and then you can revert all the commits between your last stable commit and HEAD.

Either revert commits one at a time, in reverse order, or use the <first_bad_commit>..<last_bad_commit> range. Hashes are the simplest way to specify the commit range, but there are other notations. For example, if you've pushed 5 bad commits, you could revert them with:

# Revert a series using ancestor notation.
git revert --no-edit dev~5..dev

# Revert a series using commit hashes.
git revert --no-edit ffffffff..12345678

This will apply reversed patches to your working directory in sequence, working backwards towards your known-good commit. With the --no-edit flag, the changes to your working directory will be automatically committed after each reversed patch is applied.

See man 1 git-revert for more options, and man 7 gitrevisions for different ways to specify the commits to be reverted.

Alternatively, you can branch off your HEAD, fix things the way they need to be, and re-merge. Your build will be broken in the meantime, but this may make sense in some situations.

The Danger Zone

Of course, if you're absolutely sure that no one has pulled from the repository since your bad pushes, and if the remote is a bare repository, then you can do a non-fast-forward commit.

git reset --hard <last_good_commit>
git push --force

This will leave the reflog intact on your system and the upstream host, but your bad commits will disappear from the directly-accessible history and won't propagate on pulls. Your old changes will hang around until the repositories are pruned, but only Git ninjas will be able to see or recover the commits you made by mistake.

jQuery change input text value

jQuery way to change value on text input field is:

$('#colorpickerField1').attr('value', '#000000')

this will change attribute value for the DOM element with ID #colorpickerField1 from #EEEEEE to #000000

Debugging JavaScript in IE7

IE8 has much improved developer tools. Until then it's best to write javascript for firefox first and then debug IE using alert() statements.

How to display the value of the bar on each bar with pyplot.barh()?

I needed the bar labels too, note that my y-axis is having a zoomed view using limits on y axis. The default calculations for putting the labels on top of the bar still works using height (use_global_coordinate=False in the example). But I wanted to show that the labels can be put in the bottom of the graph too in zoomed view using global coordinates in matplotlib 3.0.2. Hope it help someone.

def autolabel(rects,data):
"""
Attach a text label above each bar displaying its height
"""
c = 0
initial = 0.091
offset = 0.205
use_global_coordinate = True

if use_global_coordinate:
    for i in data:        
        ax.text(initial+offset*c, 0.05, str(i), horizontalalignment='center',
                verticalalignment='center', transform=ax.transAxes,fontsize=8)
        c=c+1
else:
    for rect,i in zip(rects,data):
        height = rect.get_height()
        ax.text(rect.get_x() + rect.get_width()/2., height,str(i),ha='center', va='bottom')

Example output

How to modify a global variable within a function in bash?

You can always use an alias:

alias next='printf "blah_%02d" $count;count=$((count+1))'

Create a string with n characters

If you want only spaces, then how about:

String spaces = (n==0)?"":String.format("%"+n+"s", "");

which will result in abs(n) spaces;

How to pass optional arguments to a method in C++?

Typically by setting a default value for a parameter:

int func(int a, int b = -1) { 
    std::cout << "a = " << a;
    if (b != -1)        
        std::cout << ", b = " << b;
    std::cout << "\n";
}

int main() { 
    func(1, 2);  // prints "a=1, b=2\n"
    func(3);     // prints "a=3\n"
    return 0;
}

How to convert a file into a dictionary?

def get_pair(line):
    key, sep, value = line.strip().partition(" ")
    return int(key), value

with open("file.txt") as fd:    
    d = dict(get_pair(line) for line in fd)

How to change the new TabLayout indicator color and height

from xml :

app:tabIndicatorColor="#fff"

from java :

tabLayout.setSelectedTabIndicatorColor(Color.parseColor("#FFFFFF"));
tabLayout.setSelectedTabIndicatorHeight((int) (2 * getResources().getDisplayMetrics().density));

Javascript change Div style

Using jQuery:

$(document).ready(function(){
    $('div').click(function(){
        $(this).toggleClass('clicked');
    });
});?

Live example

What does this thread join code mean?

A picture is worth a thousand words.

    Main thread-->----->--->-->--block##########continue--->---->
                 \                 |               |
sub thread start()\                | join()        |
                   \               |               |
                    ---sub thread----->--->--->--finish    

Hope to useful, for more detail click here

What is the meaning of Bus: error 10 in C

str2 is pointing to a statically allocated constant character array. You can't write to it/over it. You need to dynamically allocate space via the *alloc family of functions.

Compare objects in Angular

Assuming that the order is the same in both objects, just stringify them both and compare!

JSON.stringify(obj1) == JSON.stringify(obj2);

How do you make a div tag into a link

So you want an element to be something it's not?

Generally speaking this isn't a good idea. If you need a link, use a link. Most of the time it's easier to just use the appropriate markup where it belongs.

That all said, sometimes you just have to break the rules. Now, the question doesn't have , so I'm going to put the disclaimer here:

You can't have a <div> act as a link without either using a link (or equivalent, such as a <form> that only contains a submit button) or using JavaScript.

From here on out, this answer is going to assume that JavaScript is allowed, and furthermore that jQuery is being used (for brevity of example).

With that all said, lets dig into what makes a link a link.


Links are generally elements that you click on so that they navigate you to a new document.

It seems simple enough. Listen for a click event and change the location:

Don't do this

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$('.link').on('click', function () {_x000D_
  window.location = 'http://example.com';_x000D_
});
_x000D_
<script src="https://ajax.googleapis.com/ajax/libs/jquery/2.1.1/jquery.min.js"></script>_x000D_
<div class="link">Fake Link</div>
_x000D_
_x000D_
_x000D_

There you have it, the <div> is now a link. Wait...what's that? What about accessibility? Oh right, screen readers and users of assistive technology won't be able to click on the link, especially if they're only using the keyboard.

Fixing that's pretty simple, let's allow keyboard only users to focus the <div>, and trigger the click event when they press Enter:

Don't do this either

_x000D_
_x000D_
$('.link').on({_x000D_
  'click': function () {_x000D_
    window.location = 'http://example.com';_x000D_
  },_x000D_
  'keydown': function (e) {_x000D_
    if (e.which === 13) {_x000D_
      $(this).trigger('click');_x000D_
    }_x000D_
  }_x000D_
});
_x000D_
<script src="https://ajax.googleapis.com/ajax/libs/jquery/2.1.1/jquery.min.js"></script>_x000D_
<div class="link" tabindex="0">Fake Link</div>
_x000D_
_x000D_
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Again, there you have it, this <div> is now a link. Wait...again? Still accessibility problems? Oh ok, so it turns out that the assistive technology doesn't know that the <div> is a link yet, so even though you can get there via keyboard, users aren't being told what to do with it.

Fortunately, there's an attribute that can be used to override an HTML element's default role, so that screen readers and the like know how to categorize customized elements, like our <div> here. The attribute is of course the [role] attribute, and it nicely tells screen readers that our <div> is a link:

Ugh, this is getting worse every minute

_x000D_
_x000D_
$('[role="link"]').on({_x000D_
  'click': function () {_x000D_
    window.location = 'http://example.com';_x000D_
  },_x000D_
  'keydown': function (e) {_x000D_
    if (e.which === 13) {_x000D_
      $(this).trigger('click');_x000D_
    }_x000D_
  }_x000D_
});
_x000D_
<script src="https://ajax.googleapis.com/ajax/libs/jquery/2.1.1/jquery.min.js"></script>_x000D_
<div role="link" tabindex="0">Fake Link</div>
_x000D_
_x000D_
_x000D_

Finally, our <div> is a lin---oh now the other devs are complaining. What now?

Ok, so the devs don't like the code. They tried to preventDefault on the event, and it just keeps working. That's easy to fix:

I warned you this was bad

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_x000D_
$(document).on({_x000D_
  'click': function (e) {_x000D_
    if (!e.isDefaultPrevented()) {_x000D_
      window.location = 'http://example.com';_x000D_
    }_x000D_
  },_x000D_
  'keydown': function (e) {_x000D_
    if (e.which === 13 && !e.isDefaultPrevented()) {_x000D_
      $(this).trigger('click');_x000D_
    }_x000D_
  }_x000D_
}, '[role="link"]');_x000D_
_x000D_
$('[aria-disabled="true"]').on('click', function (e) {_x000D_
  e.preventDefault();_x000D_
});
_x000D_
<script src="https://ajax.googleapis.com/ajax/libs/jquery/2.1.1/jquery.min.js"></script>_x000D_
<div role="link" tabindex="0">Fake Link</div>_x000D_
<div role="link" aria-disabled="true" tabindex="0">Fake disabled link</div>
_x000D_
_x000D_
_x000D_

There we have it---THERE'S MORE? What else don't I know? Tell me everything NOW so that I can fix it!

  • Ok, so there's no way to specify target. We can fix that by updating to window.open.
  • Click events and keyboard events are ignoring Ctrl, Alt, and Shift keys. That's easy enough, just need to check those values on the event object.
  • There's no way to specify contextual data. Let's just add some [data-*] attributes, and call it a day with that one.
  • The click event isn't obeying the mouse button that's being used, middle mouse should open in a new tab, right mouse shouldn't be triggering the event. Easy enough, just add some more checks to the event listeners.
  • The styles look weird. WELL OF COURSE THE STYLES ARE WEIRD, IT'S A <DIV> NOT AN ANCHOR!

well, I'll address the first four issues, and NO MORE. I've had it with this stupid custom element garbage. I should have just used an <a> element from the beginning.

Told you so

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$(document).on({_x000D_
  'click': function (e) {_x000D_
    var target,_x000D_
        href;_x000D_
    if (!e.isDefaultPrevented() && (e.which === 1 || e.which === 2)) {_x000D_
      target = $(this).data('target') || '_self';_x000D_
      href = $(this).data('href');_x000D_
      if (e.ctrlKey || e.shiftKey || e.which === 2) {_x000D_
        target = '_blank'; //close enough_x000D_
      }_x000D_
      open(href, target);_x000D_
    }_x000D_
  },_x000D_
  'keydown': function (e) {_x000D_
    if (e.which === 13 && !e.isDefaultPrevented()) {_x000D_
      $(this).trigger({_x000D_
        type: 'click',_x000D_
        ctrlKey: e.ctrlKey,_x000D_
        altKey: e.altKey,_x000D_
        shiftKey: e.shiftKey_x000D_
      });_x000D_
    }_x000D_
  }_x000D_
}, '[role="link"]');_x000D_
_x000D_
$('[aria-disabled="true"]').on('click', function (e) {_x000D_
  e.preventDefault();_x000D_
});
_x000D_
<script src="https://ajax.googleapis.com/ajax/libs/jquery/2.1.1/jquery.min.js"></script>_x000D_
<div role="link" tabindex="0" data-href="http://example.com/">Fake Link</div>_x000D_
<div role="link" tabindex="0" data-href="http://example.com/" data-target="_blank">Fake Link With Target</div>_x000D_
<div role="link" aria-disabled="true" tabindex="0" data-href="http://example.com/">Fake disabled link</div>
_x000D_
_x000D_
_x000D_

Note that stack snippets won't open popup windows because of how they're sandboxed.

That's it. That's the end of this rabbit hole. All of that craziness when you could have simply had:

<a href="http://example.com/">
    ...your markup here...
</a>

The code I posted here probably has problems. It probably has bugs that even I don't realize as of yet. Trying to duplicate what browsers give you for free is tough. There are so many nuances that are easy to overlook that it's simply not worth trying to emulate it 99% of the time.

Have border wrap around text

This is because h1 is a block element, so it will extend across the line (or the width you give).

You can make the border go only around the text by setting display:inline on the h1

Example: http://jsfiddle.net/jonathon/XGRwy/1/

Creating InetAddress object in Java

From the API for InetAddress

The host name can either be a machine name, such as "java.sun.com", or a textual representation of its IP address. If a literal IP address is supplied, only the validity of the address format is checked.

Check whether a string contains a substring

Another possibility is to use regular expressions which is what Perl is famous for:

if ($mystring =~ /s1\.domain\.com/) {
   print qq("$mystring" contains "s1.domain.com"\n);
}

The backslashes are needed because a . can match any character. You can get around this by using the \Q and \E operators.

my $substring = "s1.domain.com";
    if ($mystring =~ /\Q$substring\E/) {
   print qq("$mystring" contains "$substring"\n);
}

Or, you can do as eugene y stated and use the index function. Just a word of warning: Index returns a -1 when it can't find a match instead of an undef or 0.

Thus, this is an error:

my $substring = "s1.domain.com";
if (not index($mystring, $substr)) {
    print qq("$mystring" doesn't contains "$substring"\n";
} 

This will be wrong if s1.domain.com is at the beginning of your string. I've personally been burned on this more than once.

Android; Check if file exists without creating a new one

Kotlin Extension Properties

No file will be create when you make a File object, it is only an interface.

To make working with files easier, there is an existing .toFile function on Uri

You can also add an extension property on File and/or Uri, to simplify usage further.

val File?.exists get() = this?.exists() ?: false
val Uri?.exists get() = File(this.toString).exists()

Then just use uri.exists or file.exists to check.

SQL query to get the deadlocks in SQL SERVER 2008

In order to capture deadlock graphs without using a trace (you don't need profiler necessarily), you can enable trace flag 1222. This will write deadlock information to the error log. However, the error log is textual, so you won't get nice deadlock graph pictures - you'll have to read the text of the deadlocks to figure it out.

I would set this as a startup trace flag (in which case you'll need to restart the service). However, you can run it only for the current running instance of the service (which won't require a restart, but which won't resume upon the next restart) using the following global trace flag command:

DBCC TRACEON(1222, -1);

A quick search yielded this tutorial:

http://www.mssqltips.com/sqlservertip/2130/finding-sql-server-deadlocks-using-trace-flag-1222/

Also note that if your system experiences a lot of deadlocks, this can really hammer your error log, and can become quite a lot of noise, drowning out other, important errors.

Have you considered third party monitoring tools? SQL Sentry Performance Advisor, for example, has a much nicer deadlock graph, showing you object / index names as well as the order in which the locks were taken. As a bonus, these are captured for you automatically on monitored servers without having to configure trace flags, run your own traces, etc.:

enter image description here

Disclaimer: I work for SQL Sentry.

How to use hex color values

UIColor:

extension UIColor {

    convenience init(hex: Int) {
        let components = (
            R: CGFloat((hex >> 16) & 0xff) / 255,
            G: CGFloat((hex >> 08) & 0xff) / 255,
            B: CGFloat((hex >> 00) & 0xff) / 255
        )
        self.init(red: components.R, green: components.G, blue: components.B, alpha: 1)
    }

}

CGColor:

extension CGColor {

    class func colorWithHex(hex: Int) -> CGColorRef {

        return UIColor(hex: hex).CGColor

    }

}

Usage

let purple = UIColor(hex: 0xAB47BC)

Displaying a 3D model in JavaScript/HTML5

a couple years down the road, I'd vote for three.js because

ie 11 supports webgl (to what extent I can't assure you since i'm usually in chrome)

and, as far as importing external models into three.js, here's a link to mrdoob's updated loaders (so many!)

UPDATE nov 2019: the THREE.js loaders are now far more and it makes little sense to post them all: just go to this link

http://threejs.org/examples and review the loaders - at least 20 of them

Finding an elements XPath using IE Developer tool

Are you trying to find some work around getting xpath in IE?

There are many add-ons for other browsers like xpather for Chrome or xpather, xpath-checker and firebug for FireFox that will give you the xpath of an element in a second. But sadly there is no add-on or tool available that will do this for IE. For most cases you can get the xpath of the elements that fall in your script using the above tools in Firefox and tweak them a little (if required) to make them work in IE.

But if you are testing an application that will work only in IE or the specific scenario or page that has this element will open-up/play-out only in IE then you cannot use any of the above mention tools to find the XPATH. Well the only thing that works in this case is the Bookmarklets that were coded just for this purpose. Bookmarklets are JavaScript code that you will add in IE as bookmarks and later use to get the XPATH of the element you desire. Using these you can get the XPATH as easily as you get using xpather or any other firefox addon.

STEPS TO INSTALL BOOKMARKLETS

1)Open IE

2)Type about:blank in the address bar and hit enter

3)From Favorites main menu select ---> Add favorites

4) In the Add a favorite popup window enter name GetXPATH1.

5)Click add button in the add a favorite popup window.

6)Open the Favorites menu and right click the newly added favorite and select properties option.

7)GetXPATH1 Properties will open up. Select the web Document Tab.

8)Enter the following in the URL field.

javascript:function getNode(node){var nodeExpr=node.tagName;if(!nodeExpr)return null;if(node.id!=''){nodeExpr+="[@id='"+node.id+"']";return "/"+nodeExpr;}var rank=1;var ps=node.previousSibling;while(ps){if(ps.tagName==node.tagName){rank++;}ps=ps.previousSibling;}if(rank>1){nodeExpr+='['+rank+']';}else{var ns=node.nextSibling;while(ns){if(ns.tagName==node.tagName){nodeExpr+='[1]';break;}ns=ns.nextSibling;}}return nodeExpr;}

9)Click Ok. Click YES on the popup alert.

10)Add another favorite by following steps 3 to 5, Name this favorite GetXPATH2 (step4)

11)Repeat steps 6 and 7 for GetXPATH2 that you just created.

12)Enter the following in the URL field for GetXPATH2

javascript:function o__o(){var currentNode=document.selection.createRange().parentElement();var path=[];while(currentNode){var pe=getNode(currentNode);if(pe){path.push(pe);if(pe.indexOf('@id')!=-1)break;}currentNode=currentNode.parentNode;}var xpath="/"+path.reverse().join('/');clipboardData.setData("Text", xpath);}o__o();

13)Repeat Step 9.

You are all done!!

Now to get the XPATH of elements just select the element with your mouse. This would involve clicking the left mouse button just before the element (link, button, image, checkbox, text etc) begins and dragging it till the element ends. Once you do this first select the favorite GetXPATH1 from the favorites menu and then select the second favorite GetXPATH2. At this point you will get a confirmation, hit allow access button. Now open up a notepad file, right click and select paste option. This will give you the XPATH of the element you seek.

How would I access variables from one class to another?

class ClassA(object):
    def __init__(self):
        self.var1 = 1
        self.var2 = 2
    def method(self):
        self.var1 = self.var1 + self.var2
        return self.var1

class ClassB(ClassA):
    def __init__(self):
        ClassA.__init__(self)

object1 = ClassA() 
sum = object1.method()  
object2 = ClassB() 
print sum

How to check if any fields in a form are empty in php

your form is missing the method...

<form name="registrationform" action="register.php" method="post"> //here

anywyas to check the posted data u can use isset()..

Determine if a variable is set and is not NULL

if(!isset($firstname) || trim($firstname) == '')
{
   echo "You did not fill out the required fields.";
}

Postgresql SELECT if string contains

SELECT id FROM TAG_TABLE WHERE 'aaaaaaaa' LIKE '%' || "tag_name" || '%';

tag_name should be in quotation otherwise it will give error as tag_name doest not exist

javascript find and remove object in array based on key value

You can simplify this, and there's really no need for using jquery here.

var id = 88;

for(var i = 0; i < data.length; i++) {
    if(data[i].id == id) {
        data.splice(i, 1);
        break;
    }
}

Just iterate through the list, find the matching id, splice, and then break to exit your loop

Mocking HttpClient in unit tests

Perhaps there would be some code to change in your current project but for new projects you should absolutely consider using Flurl.

https://flurl.dev

It is a HTTP client library for .NET with a fluent interface that specifically enables testability for code that uses it to make HTTP requests.

There are plenty of code samples on the website but in a nutshell you use it like this in your code.

Add the usings.

using Flurl;
using Flurl.Http;

Send a get request and read the response.

public async Task SendGetRequest()
{
   var response = await "https://example.com".GetAsync();
   // ...
}

In the unit tests Flurl acts as a mock that can be configured to behave as desired and also to verify the calls that were done.

using (var httpTest = new HttpTest())
{
   // Arrange
   httpTest.RespondWith("OK", 200);

   // Act
   await sut.SendGetRequest();

   // Assert
   httpTest.ShouldHaveCalled("https://example.com")
      .WithVerb(HttpMethod.Get);
}

jQuery date/time picker

I make one function like this:

function getTime()
{
    var date_obj = new Date();
    var date_obj_hours = date_obj.getHours();
    var date_obj_mins = date_obj.getMinutes();
    var date_obj_second = date_obj.getSeconds();

    var date_obj_time = "'"+date_obj_hours+":"+date_obj_mins+":"+date_obj_second+"'";
    return date_obj_time;
}

Then I use the jQuery UI datepicker like this:

$("#selector").datepicker( "option", "dateFormat", "yy-mm-dd "+getTime()+"" );

So, I get the value like this: 2010-10-31 12:41:57

MySQL's now() +1 day

better use quoted `data` and `date`. AFAIR these may be reserved words my version is:

INSERT INTO `table` ( `data` , `date` ) VALUES('".$date."',NOW()+INTERVAL 1 DAY);

What's the maximum value for an int in PHP?

Although PHP_INT_* constants exist for a very long time, the same MIN / MAX values could be found programmatically by left shifting until reaching the negative number:

$x = 1;
while ($x > 0 && $x <<= 1);
echo "MIN: ", $x;
echo PHP_EOL;
echo "MAX: ", ~$x;

Android Studio build fails with "Task '' not found in root project 'MyProject'."

I have solved this problem You just need to Create file in Android Folder

Go android folder

Create file local.properties

then just add this code in local.properties file:-

If you are using MacBook then sdk.dir=/Users/USERNAME/Library/android/sdk

if you are using Windows then sdk.dir=C:\Users\USERNAME\AppData\Local\Android\sdk

if you are using Linux then sdk.dir = /home/USERNAME/Android/sdk

if you want to know what is your system USERNAME then just use command for Mac whoami

and then just rerun command react-native run-android

Thanks :)

how to use XPath with XDocument?

you can use the example from Microsoft - for you without namespace:

using System.Xml.Linq;
using System.Xml.XPath;
var e = xdoc.XPathSelectElement("./Report/ReportInfo/Name");     

should do it