Programs & Examples On #Perfmon

A tool used to launch Performance Monitor for Microsoft Windows.

What is private bytes, virtual bytes, working set?

There is an interesting discussion here: http://social.msdn.microsoft.com/Forums/en-US/vcgeneral/thread/307d658a-f677-40f2-bdef-e6352b0bfe9e/ My understanding of this thread is that freeing small allocations are not reflected in Private Bytes or Working Set.

Long story short:

if I call

p=malloc(1000);
free(p);

then the Private Bytes reflect only the allocation, not the deallocation.

if I call

p=malloc(>512k);
free(p);

then the Private Bytes correctly reflect the allocation and the deallocation.

How do I create an empty array/matrix in NumPy?

A NumPy array is a very different data structure from a list and is designed to be used in different ways. Your use of hstack is potentially very inefficient... every time you call it, all the data in the existing array is copied into a new one. (The append function will have the same issue.) If you want to build up your matrix one column at a time, you might be best off to keep it in a list until it is finished, and only then convert it into an array.

e.g.


mylist = []
for item in data:
    mylist.append(item)
mat = numpy.array(mylist)

item can be a list, an array or any iterable, as long as each item has the same number of elements.
In this particular case (data is some iterable holding the matrix columns) you can simply use


mat = numpy.array(data)

(Also note that using list as a variable name is probably not good practice since it masks the built-in type by that name, which can lead to bugs.)

EDIT:

If for some reason you really do want to create an empty array, you can just use numpy.array([]), but this is rarely useful!

How to export iTerm2 Profiles

I didn't touch the "save to a folder" option. I just copied the two files/directories you mentioned in your question to the new machine, then ran defaults read com.googlecode.iterm2.

See https://apple.stackexchange.com/a/111559

How do I automatically update a timestamp in PostgreSQL

To populate the column during insert, use a DEFAULT value:

CREATE TABLE users (
  id serial not null,
  firstname varchar(100),
  middlename varchar(100),
  lastname varchar(100),
  email varchar(200),
  timestamp timestamp default current_timestamp
)

Note that the value for that column can explicitly be overwritten by supplying a value in the INSERT statement. If you want to prevent that you do need a trigger.

You also need a trigger if you need to update that column whenever the row is updated (as mentioned by E.J. Brennan)

Note that using reserved words for column names is usually not a good idea. You should find a different name than timestamp

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

You can use res.render() or res.redirect() method to redirect to another page using node.js express

Eg:

var bodyParser = require('body-parser');
var express = require('express');
var navigator = require('web-midi-api');
var app = express();

app.use(express.static(__dirname + '/'));
app.use(bodyParser.urlencoded({extend:true}));
app.engine('html', require('ejs').renderFile);
app.set('view engine', 'html');
app.set('views', __dirname);

app.get('/', function(req, res){
    res.render("index");
});

//This reponds a post request for the login page
app.post('/login', function (req, res) {
    console.log("Got a POST request for the login");
    var data = {
        "email": req.body.email,
        "password": req.body.password
    };

    console.log(data);

    //Data insertion code
    var MongoClient = require('mongodb').MongoClient;
    var url = "mongodb://localhost:27017/";

    MongoClient.connect(url, function(err, db) {
        if (err) throw err;
        var dbo = db.db("college");
        var query = { email: data.email };
        dbo.collection("user").find(query).toArray(function(err, result) {
            if (err) throw err;
            console.log(result);
            if(result[0].password == data.password)


 res.redirect('dashboard.html');
            else


 res.redirect('login-error.html');
            db.close();
        });
    });

});


// This responds a POST request for the add user
app.post('/insert', function (req, res) {
    console.log("Got a POST request for the add user");

    var data = {
        "first_name" : req.body.firstName,
        "second_name" : req.body.secondName,
        "organization" : req.body.organization,
        "email": req.body.email,
        "mobile" : req.body.mobile,
    };

    console.log(data);

    **res.render('success.html',{email:data.email,password:data.password});**

});


//make sure that Service Workers are supported.
if (navigator.serviceWorker) {
    navigator.serviceWorker.register('service-worker.js', {scope: '/'})
        .then(function (registration) {
            console.log(registration);
        })
        .catch(function (e) {
            console.error(e);
        })
} else {
    console.log('Service Worker is not supported in this browser.');
}


// TODO add service worker code here
if ('serviceWorker' in navigator) {
    navigator.serviceWorker
        .register('service-worker.js')
        .then(function() { console.log('Service Worker Registered'); });
}

var server = app.listen(63342, function () {

    var host = server.address().host;
    var port = server.address().port;

    console.log("Example app listening at http://localhost:%s", port)
});

Here in the login section, If the email and password matches in the database then the site is directed to dashbaord.html otherwise we will show page-error.html using res.redirect() method. Also you can use res.render() to render a page in node.js

Play a Sound with Python

The Snack Sound Toolkit can play wav, au and mp3 files.

s = Sound() 
s.read('sound.wav') 
s.play()

downloading all the files in a directory with cURL

If you're not bound to curl, you might want to use wget in recursive mode but restricting it to one level of recursion, try the following;

wget --no-verbose --no-parent --recursive --level=1\
--no-directories --user=login --password=pass ftp://ftp.myftpsite.com/
  • --no-parent : Do not ever ascend to the parent directory when retrieving recursively.
  • --level=depth : Specify recursion maximum depth level depth. The default maximum depth is five layers.
  • --no-directories : Do not create a hierarchy of directories when retrieving recursively.

Test for multiple cases in a switch, like an OR (||)

You have to switch it!

switch (true) {
    case ( (pageid === "listing-page") || (pageid === ("home-page") ):
        alert("hello");
        break;
    case (pageid === "details-page"):
        alert("goodbye");
        break;
}

Error in model.frame.default: variable lengths differ

Its simple, just make sure the data type in your columns are the same. For e.g. I faced the same error, that and an another error:

Error in contrasts<-(*tmp*, value = contr.funs[1 + isOF[nn]]) : contrasts can be applied only to factors with 2 or more levels

So, I went back to my excel file or csv file, set a filter on the variable throwing me an error and checked if the distinct datatypes are the same. And... Oh! it had numbers and strings, so I converted numbers to string and it worked just fine for me.

Find all paths between two graph nodes

I think what you want is some form of the Ford–Fulkerson algorithm which is based on BFS. Its used to calculate the max flow of a network, by finding all augmenting paths between two nodes.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ford%E2%80%93Fulkerson_algorithm

How to git-cherry-pick only changes to certain files?

The situation:

You are on your branch, let's say master and you have your commit on any other branch. You have to pick only one file from that particular commit.

The approach:

Step 1: Checkout on the required branch.

git checkout master

Step 2: Make sure you have copied the required commit hash.

git checkout commit_hash path\to\file

Step 3: You now have the changes of the required file on your desired branch. You just need to add and commit them.

git add path\to\file
git commit -m "Your commit message"

Tools: replace not replacing in Android manifest

I fixed same issue. Solution for me:

  1. add the xmlns:tools="http://schemas.android.com/tools" line in the manifest tag
  2. add tools:replace=.. in the manifest tag
  3. move android:label=... in the manifest tag

Example:

 <?xml version="1.0" encoding="utf-8"?>
    <manifest xmlns:android="http://schemas.android.com/apk/res/android"
        xmlns:tools="http://schemas.android.com/tools"
              tools:replace="allowBackup, label"
              android:allowBackup="false"
              android:label="@string/all_app_name"/>

tooltips for Button

If your button still doesn't show anything with title, check if your button is NOT disabled

How to build and fill pandas dataframe from for loop?

Try this using list comprehension:

import pandas as pd

df = pd.DataFrame(
    [p, p.team, p.passing_att, p.passer_rating()] for p in game.players.passing()
)

DataAnnotations validation (Regular Expression) in asp.net mvc 4 - razor view

We've had similar issue in the past (as mentioned by TweeZz). In our case we're controlling outputting of TextBoxFor by our custom htmlHelper extension method which is building MvcHtmlString, there in one step we need to add these unobtrusive validation attributes, which is done via

var attrs = htmlHelper.GetUnobtrusiveValidationAttributes(name, metadata)

after call to this method, attributes are html encoded, so we simply check if there was Regular expression validator there and if so, we html unencode this attribute and then merge them into tagBuilder (for building "input" tag)

if(attrs.ContainsKey("data-val-regex"))
    attrs["data-val-regex"] = ((string)attrs["data-val-regex"]).Replace("&amp;","&");
tagBuilder.MergeAttributes(attrs);

We only cared about & amps, that's why this literal replacement

Insert value into a string at a certain position?

You can't modify strings; they're immutable. You can do this instead:

txtBox.Text = txtBox.Text.Substring(0, i) + "TEXT" + txtBox.Text.Substring(i);

How to add external fonts to android application

You can use the custom TextView for whole app with custom font here is an example for that

public class MyTextView extends TextView {

   Typeface normalTypeface = Typeface.createFromAsset(getContext().getAssets(), Constants.FONT_REGULAR);
   Typeface boldTypeface = Typeface.createFromAsset(getContext().getAssets(),  Constants.FONT_BOLD);

   public MyTextView(Context context, AttributeSet attrs, int defStyle) {
       super(context, attrs, defStyle);
   }

   public MyTextView(Context context, AttributeSet attrs) {
       super(context, attrs);
   }

   public MyTextView(Context context) {
       super(context);
   }

   public void setTypeface(Typeface tf, int style) {
       if (style == Typeface.BOLD) {
           super.setTypeface(boldTypeface/*, -1*/);
       } else {
           super.setTypeface(normalTypeface/*, -1*/);
       }
   }
}

Programmatically extract contents of InstallShield setup.exe

http://www.compdigitec.com/labs/files/isxunpack.exe

Usage: isxunpack.exe yourinstallshield.exe

It will extract in the same folder.

Convert/cast an stdClass object to another class

Convert it to an array, return the first element of that array, and set the return param to that class. Now you should get the autocomplete for that class as it will regconize it as that class instead of stdclass.

/**
 * @return Order
 */
    public function test(){
    $db = new Database();

    $order = array();
    $result = $db->getConnection()->query("select * from `order` where productId in (select id from product where name = 'RTX 2070')");
    $data = $result->fetch_object("Order"); //returns stdClass
    array_push($order, $data);

    $db->close();
    return $order[0];
}

Simple division in Java - is this a bug or a feature?

I find letter identifiers to be more readable and more indicative of parsed type:

1 - 7f / 10
1 - 7 / 10f

or:

1 - 7d / 10
1 - 7 / 10d

Normalizing images in OpenCV

When you normalize a matrix using NORM_L1, you are dividing every pixel value by the sum of absolute values of all the pixels in the image. As a result, all pixel values become much less than 1 and you get a black image. Try NORM_MINMAX instead of NORM_L1.

MySQL Database won't start in XAMPP Manager-osx

You seem to have found a work-around by killing the process, but make sure you check for free space on your MySQL partition. If your logs or db files are consuming all your drive space, mysqld will not start.

'sprintf': double precision in C

From your question it seems like you are using C99, as you have used %lf for double.

To achieve the desired output replace:

sprintf(aa, "%lf", a);

with

sprintf(aa, "%0.7f", a);

The general syntax "%A.B" means to use B digits after decimal point. The meaning of the A is more complicated, but can be read about here.

How to select rows where column value IS NOT NULL using CodeIgniter's ActiveRecord?

And just to give you yet another option, you can use NOT ISNULL(archived) as your WHERE filter.

Regular Expression to select everything before and up to a particular text

Up to and including txt you would need to change your regex like so:

^(.*?\\.txt)

How to print out the method name and line number and conditionally disable NSLog?

To complement the answers above, it can be quite useful to use a replacement for NSLog in certain situations, especially when debugging. For example, getting rid of all the date and process name/id information on each line can make output more readable and faster to boot.

The following link provides quite a bit of useful ammo for making simple logging much nicer.

http://cocoaheads.byu.edu/wiki/a-different-nslog

Sending JSON to PHP using ajax

I know it's been a while, but just in case someone still needs it:

The JSON object I need to pass:

0:{CommunityId: 509, ListingKey: "20281", Type: 10, Name: "", District: "", Description: "",…}
1:{CommunityId: 510, ListingKey: "20281", Type: 10, Name: "", District: "", Description: "",…}

The Ajax code:

data: JSON.stringify(The-data-shows-above),
type: 'POST',
datatype: 'JSON',
contentType: "application/json; charset=utf-8"

And the PHP side:

json_decode(file_get_contents("php://input"));

It works for me, hope it can help!

How to ignore a particular directory or file for tslint?

There are others who encountered the problem. Unfortunately, there is only an open issue for excluding files: https://github.com/palantir/tslint/issues/73

So I'm afraid the answer is no.

fail to change placeholder color with Bootstrap 3

The others did not work in my case (Bootstrap 4). Here is the solution I used.

html .form-control::-webkit-input-placeholder { color:white; }
html .form-control:-moz-placeholder { color:white; }
html .form-control::-moz-placeholder { color:white; }
html .form-control:-ms-input-placeholder { color:white; }

If we use a stronger selector (html first), we don't need to use the hacky value !important.

This overrides bootstraps CSS as we use a higher level of specificity to target .form-control elements (html first instead of .form-control first).

Using an integer as a key in an associative array in JavaScript

Use an object instead of an array. Arrays in JavaScript are not associative arrays. They are objects with magic associated with any properties whose names look like integers. That magic is not what you want if you're not using them as a traditional array-like structure.

var test = {};
test[2300] = 'some string';
console.log(test);

Concatenate multiple node values in xpath

Try this expression...

string-join(//element3/(concat(element4/text(), '.', element5/text())), "&#10;")

PostgreSQL - fetch the row which has the Max value for a column

SELECT  l.*
FROM    (
        SELECT DISTINCT usr_id
        FROM   lives
        ) lo, lives l
WHERE   l.ctid = (
        SELECT ctid
        FROM   lives li
        WHERE  li.usr_id = lo.usr_id
        ORDER BY
          time_stamp DESC, trans_id DESC
        LIMIT 1
        )

Creating an index on (usr_id, time_stamp, trans_id) will greatly improve this query.

You should always, always have some kind of PRIMARY KEY in your tables.

How do I set default terminal to terminator?

change Settings Manager >> Preferred Applications >> Utilities

ADB No Devices Found

I have found a solution (for Windows 7):

  1. Connect your Nexus 10 to PC
  2. Go to Windows Device Manager
  3. RClick on ADB Interface -> properties
  4. Details -> Hardware Ids.

You will see two records like these:

USB\VID_18D1&PID_4EE2
USB\VID_18D1&PID_4EE2&MI_01

5 Open the android_winusb.inf file (I have it in "C:\Users\<username>\AppData\Local\Android\android-sdk\extras\google\usb_driver" directory)

6 Create such records in [Google.NTx86] and [Google.NTamd64] sections using Hardware Ids from properties of ADB interface:

;Google Nexus 10
%SingleAdbInterface% = USB_Install, USB\VID_18D1&PID_4EE2
%CompositeAdbInterface% = USB_Install, USB\VID_18D1&PID_4EE2&MI_01

7 Save the file, and update driver for ADB Interface with showing the path to "C:\Users\\AppData\Local\Android\android-sdk\extras\google\usb_driver" directory

How to run only one unit test class using Gradle

In my case, my eclipse java compiler warnings were set too high, and eclipse was not recognizing my class as valid for execution. Updating my compiler settings fixed the problem. You can read more about it here: annotation-nonnull-cannot-be-resolved

How can I show an image using the ImageView component in javafx and fxml?

The Code part :

Image imProfile = new Image(getClass().getResourceAsStream("/img/profile128.png"));

ImageView profileImage=new ImageView(imProfile);

in a javafx maven:

enter image description here

Lombok is not generating getter and setter

In mac os lombok will not be able to find eclipse location. please click on specify location and go to the eclipse installed folder you can find the eclipse.ini file select that

enter image description here

How to print something when running Puppet client?

You can run the client like this ...

puppet agent --test --debug --noop

with that command you get all the output you can get.

excerpt puppet agent help
* --test:
  Enable the most common options used for testing. These are 'onetime',
  'verbose', 'ignorecache', 'no-daemonize', 'no-usecacheonfailure',
  'detailed-exitcodes', 'no-splay', and 'show_diff'.

NOTE: No need to include --verbose when you use the --test|-t switch, it implies the --verbose as well.

"405 method not allowed" in IIS7.5 for "PUT" method

In my case I had relocated Web Deploy to another port, which was also the IIS port (not 80). I didn't realize at first, but even though there were no errors running both under the same port, seems Web Deploy was most likely responding first instead of IIS for some reason, causing this error. I just moved my IIS binding to another port and all is well. ;)

mysql_fetch_array() expects parameter 1 to be resource problem

You are not doing error checking after the call to mysql_query:

$result = mysql_query("SELECT * FROM student WHERE IDNO=".$_GET['id']);
if (!$result) { // add this check.
    die('Invalid query: ' . mysql_error());
}

In case mysql_query fails, it returns false, a boolean value. When you pass this to mysql_fetch_array function (which expects a mysql result object) we get this error.

Prolog "or" operator, query

Just another viewpoint. Performing an "or" in Prolog can also be done with the "disjunct" operator or semi-colon:

registered(X, Y) :-
    X = ct101; X = ct102; X = ct103.

For a fuller explanation:

Predicate control in Prolog

How do I vertically center an H1 in a div?

you can achieve vertical aligning with display:table-cell:

#section1 {
    height: 90%; 
    text-align:center; 
    display:table;
    width:100%;
}

#section1 h1 {display:table-cell; vertical-align:middle}

Example

Update - CSS3

For an alternate way to vertical align, you can use the following css 3 which should be supported in all the latest browsers:

#section1 {
    height: 90%; 
    width:100%;
    display:flex;
    align-items: center;
    justify-content: center;
}

Updated fiddle

Why is the <center> tag deprecated in HTML?

The Least Popular Answer

  1. A deprecated tag is not necessarily a bad tag;
  2. There are tags that deal with presentation logic, center is one of them;
  3. A center tag is not the same as a div with text-align:center;
  4. The fact that you have another way to do something doesn't make it invalid.

Let me explain because there are notorious downvoters here who will think I'm defending oldschool HTML4 or something. No I'm not. But the debate around center is simply a trend war, there is no real reason to ditch a tag that serves a valid purpose well.

So let's see the major arguments against it.

  • "It describes presentation, not semantics!"
    No. It describes a logical arrangement - and yes, it has a default appearance, just as other tags like <p> or <ul> do. But the point is the enclosed part's relation to its surroundings. Center says "this is something we separate by visually different positioning".

  • "It's not valid"
    Yes it is. It's just deprecated, as in, could be removed later. For 15+ years now. And it's not going anywhere, apparently. There are major sites (including google.com) that use this tag because it's very readable and to the point - and those are the same reasons we like HTML5 tags for.

  • "It's not supported in HTML5"
    It's one of the most widely supported tags, actually. MDN says "its use is discouraged since it could be removed at any time" - good point, but that day may never come, to quote a classic. Center was already deprecated in like 2004 or so - it's still here and still useful.

  • "It's oldschool"
    Shoelaces are oldschool too. New methods don't invalidate the old. You want to feel progressive and modern: fine. But don't make it the law.

  • "It's stupid / awkward / lame / tells a story about you"
    None of these. It's like a hammer: one tool for a specific job. There are other tools for the same job and other jobs for the same tool; but it was created to solve a certain problem and that problem is still around so we might as well just use a dedicated solution.

  • "You shouldn't do this, because, CSS"
    Centering can absolutely be achieved by CSS but that's just one way, not the only one, let alone the only appropriate one. Anything that's supported, working and readable should be ok to use. Also, the same argument happened before flexboxes and CSS grids, which is funny because back then there was no CSS way to achieve what center did. No, text-align:center is not the same. No, margin:auto is not the same. Anyone who argued against center tags before flexbox simply didn't know enough about CSS.

TL;DR:

The only reason not to use <center> is because people will hate you.

Is there a standard sign function (signum, sgn) in C/C++?

Apparently, the answer to the original poster's question is no. There is no standard C++ sgn function.

Use Excel pivot table as data source for another Pivot Table

You have to convert the pivot to values first before you can do that:

  • Remove the subtotals
  • Repeat the row items
  • Copy / Paste values
  • Insert a new pivot table

How to convert JSON to CSV format and store in a variable

Heres a way to do it for dynamically deep objects in a object oriented way for the newer js versions. you might have to change the seperatortype after region.

private ConvertToCSV(objArray) {
    let rows = typeof objArray !== "object" ? JSON.parse(objArray) : objArray;
    let  header = "";
    Object.keys(rows[0]).map(pr => (header += pr + ";"));

    let str = "";
    rows.forEach(row => {
        let line = "";
        let columns =
            typeof row !== "object" ? JSON.parse(row) : Object.values(row);
        columns.forEach(column => {
            if (line !== "") {
                line += ";";
            }
            if (typeof column === "object") {
                line += JSON.stringify(column);
            }  else {
                line += column;
            }
        });
        str += line + "\r\n";
    });
    return header + "\r\n" + str;
}

How can I get a precise time, for example in milliseconds in Objective-C?

For those we need the Swift version of the answer of @Jeff Thompson:

// Get a current time for where you want to start measuring from
var date = NSDate()

// do work...

// Find elapsed time and convert to milliseconds
// Use (-) modifier to conversion since receiver is earlier than now
var timePassed_ms: Double = date.timeIntervalSinceNow * -1000.0

I hope this help you.

Delete all the queues from RabbitMQ?

I tried rabbitmqctl and reset commands but they are very slow.

This is the fastest way I found (replace your username and password):

#!/bin/bash

# Stop on error
set -eo pipefail

USER='guest'
PASSWORD='guest'

curl -sSL -u $USER:$PASSWORD http://localhost:15672/api/queues/%2f/ | jq '.[].name' | sed 's/"//g' | xargs -L 1 -I@ curl -XDELETE -sSL -u $USER:$PASSWORD http://localhost:15672/api/queues/%2f/@
# To also delete exchanges uncomment next line
# curl -sSL -u $USER:$PASSWORD http://localhost:15672/api/exchanges/%2f/ | jq '.[].name' | sed 's/"//g' | xargs -L 1 -I@ curl -XDELETE -sSL -u $USER:$PASSWORD http://localhost:15672/api/exchanges/%2f/@

Note: This only works with the default vhost /

Linux command (like cat) to read a specified quantity of characters

head -Line_number file_name | tail -1 |cut -c Num_of_chars

this script gives the exact number of characters from the specific line and location, e.g.:

head -5 tst.txt | tail -1 |cut -c 5-8

gives the chars in line 5 and chars 5 to 8 of line 5,

Note: tail -1 is used to select the last line displayed by the head.

Storyboard doesn't contain a view controller with identifier

In Xcode 7 - 13,

when you change storyboard IDs and you get errors like this,

just CLEAN your project (CMD+SHIFT+K)

How to set cursor position in EditText?

You can use like this:

if (your_edittext.getText().length() > 0 ) {

    your_edittext.setSelection(your_edittext.getText().length());
}

Can you add this line to your EditText xml

android:gravity="right"
android:ellipsize="end"
android:paddingLeft="10dp"//you set this as you need

But when any Text writing you should set the paddingleft to zero

you should use this on addTextChangedListener

How to select the row with the maximum value in each group

I wasn't sure what you wanted to do about the Event column, but if you want to keep that as well, how about

isIDmax <- with(dd, ave(Value, ID, FUN=function(x) seq_along(x)==which.max(x)))==1
group[isIDmax, ]

#   ID Value Event
# 3  1     5     2
# 7  2    17     2
# 9  3     5     2

Here we use ave to look at the "Value" column for each "ID". Then we determine which value is the maximal and then turn that into a logical vector we can use to subset the original data.frame.

Show/Hide the console window of a C# console application

Here’s how:

using System.Runtime.InteropServices;

[DllImport("kernel32.dll")]
static extern IntPtr GetConsoleWindow();

[DllImport("user32.dll")]
static extern bool ShowWindow(IntPtr hWnd, int nCmdShow);

const int SW_HIDE = 0;
const int SW_SHOW = 5;

var handle = GetConsoleWindow();

// Hide
ShowWindow(handle, SW_HIDE);

// Show
ShowWindow(handle, SW_SHOW);

JavaFX Location is not set error message

mine was strange... IntelliJ specific quirk.

I looked at my output classes and there was a folder:

x.y.z

instead of

x/y/z

but if you have certain options set in IntelliJ, in the navigator they will both look like x.y.z

so check your output folder if you're scratching your head

jQuery's .on() method combined with the submit event

You need to delegate event to the document level

$(document).on('submit','form.remember',function(){
   // code
});

$('form.remember').on('submit' work same as $('form.remember').submit( but when you use $(document).on('submit','form.remember' then it will also work for the DOM added later.

Find first element in a sequence that matches a predicate

J.F. Sebastian's answer is most elegant but requires python 2.6 as fortran pointed out.

For Python version < 2.6, here's the best I can come up with:

from itertools import repeat,ifilter,chain
chain(ifilter(predicate,seq),repeat(None)).next()

Alternatively if you needed a list later (list handles the StopIteration), or you needed more than just the first but still not all, you can do it with islice:

from itertools import islice,ifilter
list(islice(ifilter(predicate,seq),1))

UPDATE: Although I am personally using a predefined function called first() that catches a StopIteration and returns None, Here's a possible improvement over the above example: avoid using filter / ifilter:

from itertools import islice,chain
chain((x for x in seq if predicate(x)),repeat(None)).next()

How to install Google Play Services in a Genymotion VM (with no drag and drop support)?

Drag and Drop did not work on my system...

I found a blogpost which describes how you install it with adb:

adb push Genymotion-ARM-Translation_v1.1.zip /sdcard/Download/Genymotion-ARM-Translation_v1.1.zip

adb push gapps-jb-yyyymmdd-signed.zip /sdcard/Download/gapps.zip

adb shell flash-archive.sh /sdcard/Download/Genymotion-ARM-Translation_v1.1.zip

adb reboot

adb shell flash-archive.sh /sdcard/Download/gapps.zip

adb reboot

Suppress console output in PowerShell

Try redirecting the output to Out-Null. Like so,

$key = & 'gpg' --decrypt "secret.gpg" --quiet --no-verbose | out-null

How to make git mark a deleted and a new file as a file move?

I had this problem recently, when moving (but not modifying) some files.

The problem is that Git changed some line endings when I moved the files, and then wasn't able to tell that the files were the same.

Using git mv sorted out the problem, but it only works on single files / directories, and I had a lot of files in the root of the repository to do.

One way of fixing this would be with some bash / batch magic.

Another way is the following

  • Move the files and git commit. This updates the line endings.
  • Move the files back to their original location, now that they have the new line endings, and git commit --amend
  • Move the files again and git commit --amend. There is no change to the line endings this time so Git is happy

Set focus to field in dynamically loaded DIV

Have you tried simply selecting by Id?

$("#header").focus();

Seeing as Ids should be unique, there's no need to have a more specific selector.

How to print third column to last column?

awk '{for (i=4; i<=NF; i++)printf("%c", $i); printf("\n");}'

prints records starting from the 4th field to the last field in the same order they were in the original file

Highlight label if checkbox is checked

You can't do this with CSS alone. Using jQuery you can do

HTML

<label id="lab">Checkbox</label>
<input id="check" type="checkbox" />

CSS

.highlight{
    background:yellow;
}

jQuery

$('#check').click(function(){
    $('#lab').toggleClass('highlight')
})

This will work in all browsers

Check working example at http://jsfiddle.net/LgADZ/

Function ereg_replace() is deprecated - How to clear this bug?

Here is more information regarding replacing ereg_replace with preg_replace

Can an AWS Lambda function call another

You should chain your Lambda functions via SNS. This approach provides good performance, latency and scalability for minimal effort.

Your first Lambda publishes messages to your SNS Topic and the second Lambda is subscribed to this topic. As soon as messages arrive in the topic, second Lambda gets executed with the message as it's input parameter.

See Invoking Lambda functions using Amazon SNS notifications.

You can also use this approach to Invoke cross-account Lambda functions via SNS.

How do I parse JSON in Android?

Android has all the tools you need to parse json built-in. Example follows, no need for GSON or anything like that.

Get your JSON:

Assume you have a json string

String result = "{\"someKey\":\"someValue\"}";

Create a JSONObject:

JSONObject jObject = new JSONObject(result);

If your json string is an array, e.g.:

String result = "[{\"someKey\":\"someValue\"}]"

then you should use JSONArray as demonstrated below and not JSONObject

To get a specific string

String aJsonString = jObject.getString("STRINGNAME");

To get a specific boolean

boolean aJsonBoolean = jObject.getBoolean("BOOLEANNAME");

To get a specific integer

int aJsonInteger = jObject.getInt("INTEGERNAME");

To get a specific long

long aJsonLong = jObject.getLong("LONGNAME");

To get a specific double

double aJsonDouble = jObject.getDouble("DOUBLENAME");

To get a specific JSONArray:

JSONArray jArray = jObject.getJSONArray("ARRAYNAME");

To get the items from the array

for (int i=0; i < jArray.length(); i++)
{
    try {
        JSONObject oneObject = jArray.getJSONObject(i);
        // Pulling items from the array
        String oneObjectsItem = oneObject.getString("STRINGNAMEinTHEarray");
        String oneObjectsItem2 = oneObject.getString("anotherSTRINGNAMEINtheARRAY");
    } catch (JSONException e) {
        // Oops
    }
}

Best practice for storing and protecting private API keys in applications

Based on bitter experience, and after consulting with an IDA-Pro expert the best solution is to move a key part of the code into a DLL/SharedObject, then fetch it from a server and load at runtime.

Sensitive data must be encoded as it's very easy to do something like this:

$ strings libsecretlib.so | grep My
  My_S3cr3t_P@$$W0rD

filter out multiple criteria using excel vba

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

The Autofilter code with criteria is then

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

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

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

The VBA code of this method is

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

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

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

End Sub

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

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

    Dim sValue As String

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

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

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

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

        aValue.Add sValue
        iRow = iRow + 1
    Loop

End Sub

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

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

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

End Sub

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

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

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

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

End Sub

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

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

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

Can I pass an argument to a VBScript (vbs file launched with cscript)?

To answer your bonus question, the general answer is no, you don't need to set variables to "Nothing" in short .VBS scripts like yours, that get called by Wscript or Cscript.

The reason you might do this in the middle of a longer script is to release memory back to the operating system that VB would otherwise have been holding. These days when 8GB of RAM is typical and 16GB+ relatively common, this is unlikely to produce any measurable impact, even on a huge script that has several megabytes in a single variable. At this point it's kind of a hold-over from the days where you might have been working in 1MB or 2MB of RAM.

You're correct, the moment your .VBS script completes, all of your variables get destroyed and the memory is reclaimed anyway. Setting variables to "Nothing" simply speeds up that process, and allows you to do it in the middle of a script.

Head and tail in one line

Python 2, using lambda

>>> head, tail = (lambda lst: (lst[0], lst[1:]))([1, 1, 2, 3, 5, 8, 13, 21, 34, 55])
>>> head
1
>>> tail
[1, 2, 3, 5, 8, 13, 21, 34, 55]

Automating the InvokeRequired code pattern

Usage:

control.InvokeIfRequired(c => c.Visible = false);

return control.InvokeIfRequired(c => {
    c.Visible = value

    return c.Visible;
});

Code:

using System;
using System.ComponentModel;

namespace Extensions
{
    public static class SynchronizeInvokeExtensions
    {
        public static void InvokeIfRequired<T>(this T obj, Action<T> action)
            where T : ISynchronizeInvoke
        {
            if (obj.InvokeRequired)
            {
                obj.Invoke(action, new object[] { obj });
            }
            else
            {
                action(obj);
            }
        }

        public static TOut InvokeIfRequired<TIn, TOut>(this TIn obj, Func<TIn, TOut> func) 
            where TIn : ISynchronizeInvoke
        {
            return obj.InvokeRequired
                ? (TOut)obj.Invoke(func, new object[] { obj })
                : func(obj);
        }
    }
}

How to call C++ function from C?

You need to create a C API for exposing the functionality of your C++ code. Basically, you will need to write C++ code that is declared extern "C" and that has a pure C API (not using classes, for example) that wraps the C++ library. Then you use the pure C wrapper library that you've created.

Your C API can optionally follow an object-oriented style, even though C is not object-oriented. Ex:

 // *.h file
 // ...
 #ifdef __cplusplus
 #define EXTERNC extern "C"
 #else
 #define EXTERNC
 #endif

 typedef void* mylibrary_mytype_t;

 EXTERNC mylibrary_mytype_t mylibrary_mytype_init();
 EXTERNC void mylibrary_mytype_destroy(mylibrary_mytype_t mytype);
 EXTERNC void mylibrary_mytype_doit(mylibrary_mytype_t self, int param);

 #undef EXTERNC
 // ...


 // *.cpp file
 mylibrary_mytype_t mylibrary_mytype_init() {
   return new MyType;
 }

 void mylibrary_mytype_destroy(mylibrary_mytype_t untyped_ptr) {
    MyType* typed_ptr = static_cast<MyType*>(untyped_ptr);
    delete typed_ptr;
 }

 void mylibrary_mytype_doit(mylibrary_mytype_t untyped_self, int param) {
    MyType* typed_self = static_cast<MyType*>(untyped_self);
    typed_self->doIt(param);
 }

How to fix "unable to open stdio.h in Turbo C" error?

First check whether the folder name is right or wrong since while you copying to one folder from other accidently it takes other folder address eg it take C instead of F So from OPTION>DIRECTORY change the folder name

How do I get my solution in Visual Studio back online in TFS?

You will need to do two steps here for a complete solution

First click on the Solution that you have open and then go File-> Source Control -> Go Online Then uncheck all the files that are being shown as being modified while you were offline.

Don't do the Get Latest version from Source Control Explorer. That will result in a dialog potentially showing a bunch of files asking you to resolve conflicts. Instead do this

In source Control explorer right click on the folder you want to get latest of and then Advanced - Get Specific Version. In the dropdown for version type choose Latest and then choose the first check box that says Overwrite writable files that are not checked out. This will automatically bring your folder in sync with latest on the server

Compare two files in Visual Studio

VS2019->View->Other Windows->Command Window (CTRL+ALT+A)

Tools.DiffFiles File1 File2

Converting string to double in C#

There are 3 problems.

1) Incorrect decimal separator

Different cultures use different decimal separators (namely , and .).

If you replace . with , it should work as expected:

Console.WriteLine(Convert.ToDouble("52,8725945"));

You can parse your doubles using overloaded method which takes culture as a second parameter. In this case you can use InvariantCulture (What is the invariant culture) e.g. using double.Parse:

double.Parse("52.8725945", System.Globalization.CultureInfo.InvariantCulture);

You should also take a look at double.TryParse, you can use it with many options and it is especially useful to check wheter or not your string is a valid double.

2) You have an incorrect double

One of your values is incorrect, because it contains two dots:

15.5859949000000662452.23862099999999

3) Your array has an empty value at the end, which is an incorrect double

You can use overloaded Split which removes empty values:

string[] someArray = a.Split(new char[] { '#' }, StringSplitOptions.RemoveEmptyEntries);

How to escape special characters of a string with single backslashes

Simply using re.sub might also work instead of str.maketrans. And this would also work in python 2.x

>>> print(re.sub(r'(\-|\]|\^|\$|\*|\.|\\)',lambda m:{'-':'\-',']':'\]','\\':'\\\\','^':'\^','$':'\$','*':'\*','.':'\.'}[m.group()],"^stack.*/overflo\w$arr=1"))
\^stack\.\*/overflo\\w\$arr=1

Python, Matplotlib, subplot: How to set the axis range?

Sometimes you really want to set the axes limits before you plot the data. In that case, you can set the "autoscaling" feature of the Axes or AxesSubplot object. The functions of interest are set_autoscale_on, set_autoscalex_on, and set_autoscaley_on.

In your case, you want to freeze the y axis' limits, but allow the x axis to expand to accommodate your data. Therefore, you want to change the autoscaley_on property to False. Here is a modified version of the FFT subplot snippet from your code:

fft_axes = pylab.subplot(h,w,2)
pylab.title("FFT")
fft = scipy.fft(rawsignal)
pylab.ylim([0,1000])
fft_axes.set_autoscaley_on(False)
pylab.plot(abs(fft))

How to get just numeric part of CSS property with jQuery?

Let us assume you have a margin-bottom property set to 20px / 20% / 20em. To get the value as a number there are two options:

Option 1:

parseInt($('#some_DOM_element_ID').css('margin-bottom'), 10);

The parseInt() function parses a string and returns an integer. Don't change the 10 found in the above function (known as a "radix") unless you know what you are doing.

Example Output will be: 20 (if margin-bottom set in px) for % and em it will output the relative number based on current Parent Element / Font size.

Option 2 (I personally prefer this option)

parseFloat($('#some_DOM_element_ID').css('margin-bottom'));

Example Output will be: 20 (if margin-bottom set in px) for % and em it will output the relative number based on current Parent Element / Font size.

The parseFloat() function parses a string and returns a floating point number.

The parseFloat() function determines if the first character in the specified string is a number. If it is, it parses the string until it reaches the end of the number, and returns the number as a number, not as a string.

The advantage of Option 2 is that if you get decimal numbers returned (e.g. 20.32322px) you will get the number returned with the values behind the decimal point. Useful if you need specific numbers returned, for example if your margin-bottom is set in em or %

Passing dynamic javascript values using Url.action()

The easiest way is:

  onClick= 'location.href="/controller/action/"+paramterValue'

installing python packages without internet and using source code as .tar.gz and .whl

pipdeptree is a command line utility for displaying the python packages installed in an virtualenv in form of a dependency tree. Just use it: https://github.com/naiquevin/pipdeptree

Count if two criteria match - EXCEL formula

If youR data was in A1:C100 then:

Excel - all versions

=SUMPRODUCT(--(A1:A100="M"),--(C1:C100="Yes"))

Excel - 2007 onwards

=COUNTIFS(A1:A100,"M",C1:C100,"Yes")

how to delete all cookies of my website in php

I had to add the following to the top answer to actually remove a few cookies that wouldn't go away:

foreach($_COOKIE as $cook) {
    setcookie($cook, '', time()-1000);
    setcookie($cook, '', time()-1000, '/');
}

How do I set browser width and height in Selenium WebDriver?

Here is firefox profile default prefs from python selenium 2.31.0 firefox_profile.py

and type "about:config" in firefox address bar to see all prefs

reference to the entries in about:config: http://kb.mozillazine.org/About:config_entries

DEFAULT_PREFERENCES = {
    "app.update.auto": "false",
    "app.update.enabled": "false",
    "browser.download.manager.showWhenStarting": "false",
    "browser.EULA.override": "true",
    "browser.EULA.3.accepted": "true",
    "browser.link.open_external": "2",
    "browser.link.open_newwindow": "2",
    "browser.offline": "false",
    "browser.safebrowsing.enabled": "false",
    "browser.search.update": "false",
    "extensions.blocklist.enabled": "false",
    "browser.sessionstore.resume_from_crash": "false",
    "browser.shell.checkDefaultBrowser": "false",
    "browser.tabs.warnOnClose": "false",
    "browser.tabs.warnOnOpen": "false",
    "browser.startup.page": "0",
    "browser.safebrowsing.malware.enabled": "false",
    "startup.homepage_welcome_url": "\"about:blank\"",
    "devtools.errorconsole.enabled": "true",
    "dom.disable_open_during_load": "false",
    "extensions.autoDisableScopes" : 10,
    "extensions.logging.enabled": "true",
    "extensions.update.enabled": "false",
    "extensions.update.notifyUser": "false",
    "network.manage-offline-status": "false",
    "network.http.max-connections-per-server": "10",
    "network.http.phishy-userpass-length": "255",
    "offline-apps.allow_by_default": "true",
    "prompts.tab_modal.enabled": "false",
    "security.fileuri.origin_policy": "3",
    "security.fileuri.strict_origin_policy": "false",
    "security.warn_entering_secure": "false",
    "security.warn_entering_secure.show_once": "false",
    "security.warn_entering_weak": "false",
    "security.warn_entering_weak.show_once": "false",
    "security.warn_leaving_secure": "false",
    "security.warn_leaving_secure.show_once": "false",
    "security.warn_submit_insecure": "false",
    "security.warn_viewing_mixed": "false",
    "security.warn_viewing_mixed.show_once": "false",
    "signon.rememberSignons": "false",
    "toolkit.networkmanager.disable": "true",
    "toolkit.telemetry.enabled": "false",
    "toolkit.telemetry.prompted": "2",
    "toolkit.telemetry.rejected": "true",
    "javascript.options.showInConsole": "true",
    "browser.dom.window.dump.enabled": "true",
    "webdriver_accept_untrusted_certs": "true",
    "webdriver_enable_native_events": "true",
    "webdriver_assume_untrusted_issuer": "true",
    "dom.max_script_run_time": "30",
    }

Laravel 5 – Clear Cache in Shared Hosting Server

Cache::flush(); https://laravel.com/docs/5.7/cache#events This work in the class Handler extends ExceptionHandler

Difference between app.use and app.get in express.js

There are 3 main differences I have found till now. The 3rd one is not so obvious and you may find it interesting. The differences are the same for the express router. That means router.use() and router.get() or other post, put, all, etc methods has also same difference.

1

  • app.use(path, callback) will respond to any HTTP request.
  • app.get(path, callback) will only respond to GET HTTP request. In the same way, post, put, etc will respond to their corresponding request. app.all() responds to any HTTP request so app.use() and app.all() are the same in this part.

2

  • app.use(path, callback) will match the prefix of the request path and responds if any prefix of the request path matches the path parameter. Such as if the path parameter is "/", then it will match "/", "/about", "/users/123" etc.
  • app.get(path, callback) Here get will match the whole path. Same for other HTTP requests and app.all(). Such as, if the path parameter is "/", then it will only match "/".

3

next('route') doesn't work on the middleware/callback functions of app.use(). It works only on app.get(), app.all() and other similar function of other HTTP requests.

According to express documentation:

next('route') will work only in middleware functions that were loaded by using the app.METHOD() or router.METHOD() functions.

METHOD is the HTTP method of the request that the middleware function handles (such as GET, PUT, or POST) in lowercase.

From here we will use the keyword METHOD instead of get, post, all, etc.
But what is next('route')?!

Let's see.

next('route')

we see, app.use() or app.METHOD() can take several callback/middleware functions.

From the express documentation:

Middleware functions are functions that have access to the request object (req), the response object (res), and the next middleware function in the application’s request-response cycle. The next middleware function is commonly denoted by a variable named next.

If the current middleware function does not end the request-response cycle, it must call next() to pass control to the next middleware function. Otherwise, the request will be left hanging.

So we see each middleware functions have to either call the next middleware function or end the response. And this is same for app.use() and app.METHOD().

But sometimes in some conditions, you may want to skip all the next callback functions for the current route but also don't want to end the response right now. Because maybe there are other routes which should be matched. So to skip all the callback functions of the current route without ending the response, you can run next('route'). It will skip all the callback functions of the current route and search to match the next routes.

For Example (From express documentation):

app.get('/user/:id', function (req, res, next) {
  // if the user ID is 0, skip to the next route
  if (req.params.id === '0') next('route')
  // otherwise pass the control to the next middleware function in this stack
  else next()
}, function (req, res, next) {
  // send a regular response
  res.send('regular')
})

// handler for the /user/:id path, which sends a special response
app.get('/user/:id', function (req, res, next) {
  res.send('special')
})

See, here in a certain condition(req.params.id === '0') we want to skip the next callback function but also don't want to end the response because there is another route of the same path parameter which will be matched and that route will send a special response. (Yeah, it is valid to use the same path parameter for the same METHOD several times. In such cases, all the routes will be matched until the response ends). So in such cases, we run the next('route') and all the callback function of the current route is skipped. Here if the condition is not met then we call the next callback function.

This next('route') behavior is only possible in the app.METHOD() functions.

Recalling from express documentation:

next('route') will work only in middleware functions that were loaded by using the app.METHOD() or router.METHOD() functions.

Since skipping all callback functions of the current route is not possible in app.use(), we should be careful here. We should only use the middleware functions in app.use() which need not be skipped in any condition. Because we either have to end the response or traverse all the callback functions from beginning to end, we can not skip them at all.

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Binding value to input in Angular JS

Some times there are problems with funtion/features that do not interact with the DOM

try to change the value sharply and then assign the $scope

document.getElementById ("textWidget") value = "<NewVal>";
$scope.widget.title = "<NewVal>";

Setting environment variables for accessing in PHP when using Apache

You can also do this in a .htaccess file assuming they are enabled on the website.

SetEnv KOHANA_ENV production

Would be all you need to add to a .htaccess to add the environment variable

What's the most efficient way to test two integer ranges for overlap?

What does it mean for the ranges to overlap? It means there exists some number C which is in both ranges, i.e.

x1 <= C <= x2

and

y1 <= C <= y2

Now, if we are allowed to assume that the ranges are well-formed (so that x1 <= x2 and y1 <= y2) then it is sufficient to test

x1 <= y2 && y1 <= x2

What is "string[] args" in Main class for?

The args parameter stores all command line arguments which are given by the user when you run the program.

If you run your program from the console like this:

program.exe there are 4 parameters

Your args parameter will contain the four strings: "there", "are", "4", and "parameters"

Here is an example of how to access the command line arguments from the args parameter: example

Read a text file using Node.js?

I am posting a complete example which I finally got working. Here I am reading in a file rooms/rooms.txt from a script rooms/rooms.js

var fs = require('fs');
var path = require('path');
var readStream = fs.createReadStream(path.join(__dirname, '../rooms') + '/rooms.txt', 'utf8');
let data = ''
readStream.on('data', function(chunk) {
    data += chunk;
}).on('end', function() {
    console.log(data);
});

How can I iterate over files in a given directory?

Here's how I iterate through files in Python:

import os

path = 'the/name/of/your/path'

folder = os.fsencode(path)

filenames = []

for file in os.listdir(folder):
    filename = os.fsdecode(file)
    if filename.endswith( ('.jpeg', '.png', '.gif') ): # whatever file types you're using...
        filenames.append(filename)

filenames.sort() # now you have the filenames and can do something with them

NONE OF THESE TECHNIQUES GUARANTEE ANY ITERATION ORDERING

Yup, super unpredictable. Notice that I sort the filenames, which is important if the order of the files matters, i.e. for video frames or time dependent data collection. Be sure to put indices in your filenames though!

How do I negate a test with regular expressions in a bash script?

I like to simplify the code without using conditional operators in such cases:

TEMP=/mnt/silo/bin
[[ ${PATH} =~ ${TEMP} ]] || PATH=$PATH:$TEMP

java.lang.IllegalArgumentException: View not attached to window manager

i agree a opinion of 'Damjan'.
if you use many dialogs, should close all dialog in onDestroy() or onStop().
then you may be able to reduce the frequency 'java.lang.IllegalArgumentException: View not attached to window manager' exception occurs.

@Override
protected void onDestroy() {
    Log.d(TAG, "called onDestroy");
    mDialog.dismiss();
    super.onDestroy();
}



but little exceed...
to make it more clear, you prevent to show any dialog after onDestroy called.
i don't use as below. but it's clear.

private boolean mIsDestroyed = false;

private void showDialog() {
    closeDialog();

    if (mIsDestroyed) {
        Log.d(TAG, "called onDestroy() already.");
        return;
    }

    mDialog = new AlertDialog(this)
        .setTitle("title")
        .setMessage("This is DialogTest")
        .setNegativeButton("Cancel", new DialogInterface.OnClickListener() {
            public void onClick(DialogInterface dialog, int which) {
                dialog.dismiss();
            }
        })
        .create();
    mDialog.show();
}

private void closeDialog() {
    if (mDialog != null) {
        mDialog.dismiss();
    }
}

@Override
protected void onDestroy() {
    Log.d(TAG, "called onDestroy");
    mIsDestroyed = true;
    closeDialog();
    super.onDestroy();
}


good luck!

Linker command failed with exit code 1 - duplicate symbol __TMRbBp

Surprisingly, in some occasions, simply cleaning the product worked for me.

  • Product/Clean (Shift+Cmd+K)
  • Product/Clean Build Folder (Alt+Shift+Cmd+K)

Quick fix to try before looking at other solutions.

how to make a whole row in a table clickable as a link?

<tbody>
    <tr data-href='www.bbc.co.uk'>
        <td>Blah Blah</td>
        <td>1234567</td>
        <td>£158,000</td>
    </tr>
    <tr data-href='www.google.com'>
        <td>Blah Blah</td>
        <td>1234567</td>
        <td>£158,000</td>
    </tr>
</tbody>

<script>
    jQuery(document).ready(function ($) {
        $('[data-href]').click(function () {
            window.location = $(this).data("href");
        });
    });
</script>

Whilst the main solution on here is great, my solution removes the need for classes. All you need to do is add the data-href attribute with the URL in it.

Concatenate two char* strings in a C program

When you use string literals, such as "this is a string" and in your case "sssss" and "kkkk", the compiler puts them in read-only memory. However, strcat attempts to write the second argument after the first. You can solve this problem by making a sufficiently sized destination buffer and write to that.

char destination[10]; // 5 times s, 4 times k, one zero-terminator
char* str1;
char* str2;
str1 = "sssss";
str2 = "kkkk";
strcpy(destination, str1);
printf("%s",strcat(destination,str2));

Note that in recent compilers, you usually get a warning for casting string literals to non-const character pointers.

CSS: Creating textured backgrounds

Use an image editor to cut out a portion of the background, then apply CSS's background-repeat property to make the small image fill the area where it is used.

In some cases, background-repeat creates seams where the image repeats. A solution is to use an image editor as follows: starting with the background image, copy the image, flip (mirror, not rotate) the copy left-to-right, and paste it to the right edge of the original, overlapping 1 pixel. Crop to remove 1 pixel from the right edge of the combined image. Now repeat for the vertical: copy the combined image, flip the copy top-to-bottom, paste it to the bottom of the combined, overlapping one pixel. Crop to remove 1 pixel from the bottom. The resulting image should be seam-free.

Convert JSON array to Python list

import json

array = '{"fruits": ["apple", "banana", "orange"]}'
data  = json.loads(array)
print data['fruits']
# the print displays:
# [u'apple', u'banana', u'orange']

You had everything you needed. data will be a dict, and data['fruits'] will be a list

Rounding numbers to 2 digits after comma

This is not really CPU friendly, but :

Math.round(number*100)/100

works as expected.

How to remove newlines from beginning and end of a string?

I'm going to add an answer to this as well because, while I had the same question, the provided answer did not suffice. Given some thought, I realized that this can be done very easily with a regular expression.

To remove newlines from the beginning:

// Trim left
String[] a = "\n\nfrom the beginning\n\n".split("^\\n+", 2);

System.out.println("-" + (a.length > 1 ? a[1] : a[0]) + "-");

and end of a string:

// Trim right
String z = "\n\nfrom the end\n\n";

System.out.println("-" + z.split("\\n+$", 2)[0] + "-");

I'm certain that this is not the most performance efficient way of trimming a string. But it does appear to be the cleanest and simplest way to inline such an operation.

Note that the same method can be done to trim any variation and combination of characters from either end as it's a simple regex.

CSS scale down image to fit in containing div, without specifing original size

You can use a background image to accomplish this;

From MDN - Background Size: Contain:

This keyword specifies that the background image should be scaled to be as large as possible while ensuring both its dimensions are less than or equal to the corresponding dimensions of the background positioning area.

Demo

CSS:

#im {
    position: absolute;
    top: 0;
    left: 0;
    right: 0;
    bottom: 0;
    background-image: url("path/to/img");
    background-repeat: no-repeat;
    background-size: contain;
}

HTML:

<div id="wrapper">
    <div id="im">
    </div>
</div>

What is the difference between exit(0) and exit(1) in C?

exit() should always be called with an integer value and non-zero values are used as error codes.

See also: Use of exit() function

X-Frame-Options: ALLOW-FROM in firefox and chrome

ALLOW-FROM is not supported in Chrome or Safari. See MDN article: https://developer.mozilla.org/en-US/docs/Web/HTTP/X-Frame-Options

You are already doing the work to make a custom header and send it with the correct data, can you not just exclude the header when you detect it is from a valid partner and add DENY to every other request? I don't see the benefit of AllowFrom when you are already dynamically building the logic up?

Is it possible to install both 32bit and 64bit Java on Windows 7?

You can install multiple Java runtimes under Windows (including Windows 7) as long as each is in their own directory.

For example, if you are running Win 7 64-bit, or Win Server 2008 R2, you may install 32-bit JRE in "C:\Program Files (x86)\Java\jre6" and 64-bit JRE in "C:\Program Files\Java\jre6", and perhaps IBM Java 6 in "C:\Program Files (x86)\IBM\Java60\jre".

The Java Control Panel app theoretically has the ability to manage multiple runtimes: Java tab >> View... button

There are tabs for User and System settings. You can add additional runtimes with Add or Find, but once you have finished adding runtimes and hit OK, you have to hit Apply in the main Java tab frame, which is not as obvious as it could be - otherwise your changes will be lost.

If you have multiple versions installed, only the main version will auto-update. I have not found a solution to this apart from the weak workaround of manually updating whenever I see an auto-update, so I'd love to know if anyone has a fix for that.

Most Java IDEs allow you to select any Java runtime on your machine to build against, but if not using an IDE, you can easily manage this using environment variables in a cmd window. Your PATH and the JAVA_HOME variable determine which runtime is used by tools run from the shell. Set the JAVA_HOME to the jre directory you want and put the bin directory into your path (and remove references to other runtimes) - with IBM you may need to add multiple bin directories. This is pretty much all the set up that the default system Java does. You can also set CLASSPATH, ANT_HOME, MAVEN_HOME, etc. to unique values to match your runtime.

What does "Fatal error: Unexpectedly found nil while unwrapping an Optional value" mean?

This question comes up ALL THE TIME on SO. It's one of the first things that new Swift developers struggle with.

Background:

Swift uses the concept of "Optionals" to deal with values that could contain a value, or not. In other languages like C, you might store a value of 0 in a variable to indicate that it contains no value. However, what if 0 is a valid value? Then you might use -1. What if -1 is a valid value? And so on.

Swift optionals let you set up a variable of any type to contain either a valid value, or no value.

You put a question mark after the type when you declare a variable to mean (type x, or no value).

An optional is actually a container than contains either a variable of a given type, or nothing.

An optional needs to be "unwrapped" in order to fetch the value inside.

The "!" operator is a "force unwrap" operator. It says "trust me. I know what I am doing. I guarantee that when this code runs, the variable will not contain nil." If you are wrong, you crash.

Unless you really do know what you are doing, avoid the "!" force unwrap operator. It is probably the largest source of crashes for beginning Swift programmers.

How to deal with optionals:

There are lots of other ways of dealing with optionals that are safer. Here are some (not an exhaustive list)

You can use "optional binding" or "if let" to say "if this optional contains a value, save that value into a new, non-optional variable. If the optional does not contain a value, skip the body of this if statement".

Here is an example of optional binding with our foo optional:

if let newFoo = foo //If let is called optional binding. {
  print("foo is not nil")
} else {
  print("foo is nil")
}

Note that the variable you define when you use optional biding only exists (is only "in scope") in the body of the if statement.

Alternately, you could use a guard statement, which lets you exit your function if the variable is nil:

func aFunc(foo: Int?) {
  guard let newFoo = input else { return }
  //For the rest of the function newFoo is a non-optional var
}

Guard statements were added in Swift 2. Guard lets you preserve the "golden path" through your code, and avoid ever-increasing levels of nested ifs that sometimes result from using "if let" optional binding.

There is also a construct called the "nil coalescing operator". It takes the form "optional_var ?? replacement_val". It returns a non-optional variable with the same type as the data contained in the optional. If the optional contains nil, it returns the value of the expression after the "??" symbol.

So you could use code like this:

let newFoo = foo ?? "nil" // "??" is the nil coalescing operator
print("foo = \(newFoo)")

You could also use try/catch or guard error handling, but generally one of the other techniques above is cleaner.

EDIT:

Another, slightly more subtle gotcha with optionals is "implicitly unwrapped optionals. When we declare foo, we could say:

var foo: String!

In that case foo is still an optional, but you don't have to unwrap it to reference it. That means any time you try to reference foo, you crash if it's nil.

So this code:

var foo: String!


let upperFoo = foo.capitalizedString

Will crash on reference to foo's capitalizedString property even though we're not force-unwrapping foo. the print looks fine, but it's not.

Thus you want to be really careful with implicitly unwrapped optionals. (and perhaps even avoid them completely until you have a solid understanding of optionals.)

Bottom line: When you are first learning Swift, pretend the "!" character is not part of the language. It's likely to get you into trouble.

If (Array.Length == 0)

Yeah, for safety I would probably do:

if(array == null || array.Length == 0)

Accessing the logged-in user in a template

For symfony 2.6 and above we can use

{{ app.user.getFirstname() }}

as app.security global variable for Twig template has been deprecated and will be removed from 3.0

more info:

http://symfony.com/blog/new-in-symfony-2-6-security-component-improvements

and see the global variables in

http://symfony.com/doc/current/reference/twig_reference.html

How do I update the password for Git?

running git config --global --unset user.password followed by any git command would prompt you to enter username and password.

git config --global --unset user.password
git push (will prompt you for the password)
git status (will not prompt for password again)

How do I dynamically set HTML5 data- attributes using react?

You should not wrap JavaScript expressions in quotes.

<option data-img-src={this.props.imageUrl} value="1">{this.props.title}</option>

Take a look at the JavaScript Expressions docs for more info.

Hibernate: flush() and commit()

By default flush mode is AUTO which means that: "The Session is sometimes flushed before query execution in order to ensure that queries never return stale state", but most of the time session is flushed when you commit your changes. Manual calling of the flush method is usefull when you use FlushMode=MANUAL or you want to do some kind of optimization. But I have never done this so I can't give you practical advice.

When should I use "this" in a class?

this is a reference to the current object. It is used in the constructor to distinguish between the local and the current class variable which have the same name. e.g.:

public class circle {
    int x;
    circle(int x){
        this.x =x;
        //class variable =local variable 
    }
} 

this can also be use to call one constructor from another constructor. e.g.:

public class circle {
    int x;

    circle() { 
        this(1);
    }

    circle(int x) {
        this.x = x; 
    }
}

How to "flatten" a multi-dimensional array to simple one in PHP?

In PHP>=5.3 and based on Luc M's answer (the first one) you can make use of closures like this

array_walk_recursive($aNonFlat, function(&$v, $k, &$t){$t->aFlat[] = $v;}, $objTmp);

I love this because I don't have to surround the function's code with quotes like when using create_function()

Using sendmail from bash script for multiple recipients

Try doing this :

recipients="[email protected],[email protected],[email protected]"

And another approach, using shell here-doc :

/usr/sbin/sendmail "$recipients" <<EOF
subject:$subject
from:$from

Example Message
EOF

Be sure to separate the headers from the body with a blank line as per RFC 822.

Hashmap does not work with int, char

Generic parameters can only bind to reference types, not primitive types, so you need to use the corresponding wrapper types. Try HashMap<Character, Integer> instead.

However, I'm having trouble figuring out why HashMap fails to be able to deal with primitive data types.

This is due to type erasure. Java didn't have generics from the beginning so a HashMap<Character, Integer> is really a HashMap<Object, Object>. The compiler does a bunch of additional checks and implicit casts to make sure you don't put the wrong type of value in or get the wrong type out, but at runtime there is only one HashMap class and it stores objects.

Other languages "specialize" types so in C++, a vector<bool> is very different from a vector<my_class> internally and they share no common vector<?> super-type. Java defines things though so that a List<T> is a List regardless of what T is for backwards compatibility with pre-generic code. This backwards-compatibility requirement that there has to be a single implementation class for all parameterizations of a generic type prevents the kind of template specialization which would allow generic parameters to bind to primitives.

Trimming text strings in SQL Server 2008

No Answer is true

The true Answer is Edit Column to NVARCHAR and you found Automatically trim Execute but this code UPDATE Table SET Name = RTRIM(LTRIM(Name)) use it only with Nvarchar if use it with CHAR or NCHAR it will not work

What is the color code for transparency in CSS?

Simply choose your background color of your item and specify the opacity separatly:

div { background-color:#000; opacity:0.8; }

Appending to 2D lists in Python

[[]]*3 is not the same as [[], [], []].

It's as if you'd said

a = []
listy = [a, a, a]

In other words, all three list references refer to the same list instance.

Keep CMD open after BAT file executes

Put pause at the end of your .BAT file.

How to restart a windows service using Task Scheduler

Instead of using a bat file, you can simply create a Scheduled Task. Most of the time you define just one action. In this case, create two actions with the NET command. The first one to stop the service, the second one to start the service. Give them a STOP and START argument, followed by the service name.

In this example we restart the Printer Spooler service.

NET STOP "Print Spooler" 
NET START "Print Spooler"

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Note: unfortunately NET RESTART <service name> does not exist.

Chrome Dev Tools - Modify javascript and reload

Yes, just open the "Source" Tab in the dev-tools and navigate to the script you want to change . Make your adjustments directly in the dev tools window and then hit ctrl+s to save the script - know the new js will be used until you refresh the whole page.

ActiveModel::ForbiddenAttributesError when creating new user

For those using CanCan. People might be experiencing this if they use CanCan with Rails 4+. Try AntonTrapps's rather clean workaround solution here until CanCan gets updated:

In the ApplicationController:

before_filter do
  resource = controller_name.singularize.to_sym
  method = "#{resource}_params"
  params[resource] &&= send(method) if respond_to?(method, true)
end

and in the resource controller (for example NoteController):

private
def note_params
  params.require(:note).permit(:what, :ever)
end

Update:

Here's a continuation project for CanCan called CanCanCan, which looks promising:

CanCanCan

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

You don't need initialization lists for that:

std::vector<int> vector1(length, 0);
std::vector<double> vector2(length, 0.0);

How to focus on a form input text field on page load using jQuery?

Set focus on the first text field:

 $("input:text:visible:first").focus();

This also does the first text field, but you can change the [0] to another index:

$('input[@type="text"]')[0].focus(); 

Or, you can use the ID:

$("#someTextBox").focus();

Split Spark Dataframe string column into multiple columns

Here's a solution to the general case that doesn't involve needing to know the length of the array ahead of time, using collect, or using udfs. Unfortunately this only works for spark version 2.1 and above, because it requires the posexplode function.

Suppose you had the following DataFrame:

df = spark.createDataFrame(
    [
        [1, 'A, B, C, D'], 
        [2, 'E, F, G'], 
        [3, 'H, I'], 
        [4, 'J']
    ]
    , ["num", "letters"]
)
df.show()
#+---+----------+
#|num|   letters|
#+---+----------+
#|  1|A, B, C, D|
#|  2|   E, F, G|
#|  3|      H, I|
#|  4|         J|
#+---+----------+

Split the letters column and then use posexplode to explode the resultant array along with the position in the array. Next use pyspark.sql.functions.expr to grab the element at index pos in this array.

import pyspark.sql.functions as f

df.select(
        "num",
        f.split("letters", ", ").alias("letters"),
        f.posexplode(f.split("letters", ", ")).alias("pos", "val")
    )\
    .show()
#+---+------------+---+---+
#|num|     letters|pos|val|
#+---+------------+---+---+
#|  1|[A, B, C, D]|  0|  A|
#|  1|[A, B, C, D]|  1|  B|
#|  1|[A, B, C, D]|  2|  C|
#|  1|[A, B, C, D]|  3|  D|
#|  2|   [E, F, G]|  0|  E|
#|  2|   [E, F, G]|  1|  F|
#|  2|   [E, F, G]|  2|  G|
#|  3|      [H, I]|  0|  H|
#|  3|      [H, I]|  1|  I|
#|  4|         [J]|  0|  J|
#+---+------------+---+---+

Now we create two new columns from this result. First one is the name of our new column, which will be a concatenation of letter and the index in the array. The second column will be the value at the corresponding index in the array. We get the latter by exploiting the functionality of pyspark.sql.functions.expr which allows us use column values as parameters.

df.select(
        "num",
        f.split("letters", ", ").alias("letters"),
        f.posexplode(f.split("letters", ", ")).alias("pos", "val")
    )\
    .drop("val")\
    .select(
        "num",
        f.concat(f.lit("letter"),f.col("pos").cast("string")).alias("name"),
        f.expr("letters[pos]").alias("val")
    )\
    .show()
#+---+-------+---+
#|num|   name|val|
#+---+-------+---+
#|  1|letter0|  A|
#|  1|letter1|  B|
#|  1|letter2|  C|
#|  1|letter3|  D|
#|  2|letter0|  E|
#|  2|letter1|  F|
#|  2|letter2|  G|
#|  3|letter0|  H|
#|  3|letter1|  I|
#|  4|letter0|  J|
#+---+-------+---+

Now we can just groupBy the num and pivot the DataFrame. Putting that all together, we get:

df.select(
        "num",
        f.split("letters", ", ").alias("letters"),
        f.posexplode(f.split("letters", ", ")).alias("pos", "val")
    )\
    .drop("val")\
    .select(
        "num",
        f.concat(f.lit("letter"),f.col("pos").cast("string")).alias("name"),
        f.expr("letters[pos]").alias("val")
    )\
    .groupBy("num").pivot("name").agg(f.first("val"))\
    .show()
#+---+-------+-------+-------+-------+
#|num|letter0|letter1|letter2|letter3|
#+---+-------+-------+-------+-------+
#|  1|      A|      B|      C|      D|
#|  3|      H|      I|   null|   null|
#|  2|      E|      F|      G|   null|
#|  4|      J|   null|   null|   null|
#+---+-------+-------+-------+-------+

what is the basic difference between stack and queue?

Queue

Queue is a ordered collection of items.

Items are deleted at one end called ‘front’ end of the queue.

Items are inserted at other end called ‘rear’ of the queue.

The first item inserted is the first to be removed (FIFO).

Stack

Stack is a collection of items.

It allows access to only one data item: the last item inserted.

Items are inserted & deleted at one end called ‘Top of the stack’.

It is a dynamic & constantly changing object.

All the data items are put on top of the stack and taken off the top

This structure of accessing is known as Last in First out structure (LIFO)

What is the difference between HTTP 1.1 and HTTP 2.0?

HTTP/2 supports queries multiplexing, headers compression, priority and more intelligent packet streaming management. This results in reduced latency and accelerates content download on modern web pages.

More details here.

Spring MVC: Complex object as GET @RequestParam

I have a very similar problem. Actually the problem is deeper as I thought. I am using jquery $.post which uses Content-Type:application/x-www-form-urlencoded; charset=UTF-8 as default. Unfortunately I based my system on that and when I needed a complex object as a @RequestParam I couldn't just make it happen.

In my case I am trying to send user preferences with something like;

 $.post("/updatePreferences",  
    {id: 'pr', preferences: p}, 
    function (response) {
 ...

On client side the actual raw data sent to the server is;

...
id=pr&preferences%5BuserId%5D=1005012365&preferences%5Baudio%5D=false&preferences%5Btooltip%5D=true&preferences%5Blanguage%5D=en
...

parsed as;

id:pr
preferences[userId]:1005012365
preferences[audio]:false
preferences[tooltip]:true
preferences[language]:en

and the server side is;

@RequestMapping(value = "/updatePreferences")
public
@ResponseBody
Object updatePreferences(@RequestParam("id") String id, @RequestParam("preferences") UserPreferences preferences) {

    ...
        return someService.call(preferences);
    ...
}

I tried @ModelAttribute, added setter/getters, constructors with all possibilities to UserPreferences but no chance as it recognized the sent data as 5 parameters but in fact the mapped method has only 2 parameters. I also tried Biju's solution however what happens is that, spring creates an UserPreferences object with default constructor and doesn't fill in the data.

I solved the problem by sending JSon string of the preferences from the client side and handle it as if it is a String on the server side;

client:

 $.post("/updatePreferences",  
    {id: 'pr', preferences: JSON.stringify(p)}, 
    function (response) {
 ...

server:

@RequestMapping(value = "/updatePreferences")
public
@ResponseBody
Object updatePreferences(@RequestParam("id") String id, @RequestParam("preferences") String preferencesJSon) {


        String ret = null;
        ObjectMapper mapper = new ObjectMapper();
        try {
            UserPreferences userPreferences = mapper.readValue(preferencesJSon, UserPreferences.class);
            return someService.call(userPreferences);
        } catch (IOException e) {
            e.printStackTrace();
        }
}

to brief, I did the conversion manually inside the REST method. In my opinion the reason why spring doesn't recognize the sent data is the content-type.

Allow Access-Control-Allow-Origin header using HTML5 fetch API

You need to set cors header on server side where you are requesting data from. For example if your backend server is in Ruby on rails, use following code before sending back response. Same headers should be set for any backend server.

headers['Access-Control-Allow-Origin'] = '*'
headers['Access-Control-Allow-Methods'] = 'POST, PUT, DELETE, GET, OPTIONS'
headers['Access-Control-Request-Method'] = '*'
headers['Access-Control-Allow-Headers'] = 'Origin, X-Requested-With, Content-Type, Accept, Authorization'

Change MySQL root password in phpMyAdmin

you can use this command

 mysql> UPDATE mysql.user SET Password=PASSWORD('Your new Password') WHERE User='root';

check the links http://www.kirupa.com/forum/showthread.php?279644-How-to-reset-password-in-WAMP-server http://www.phpmytutor.com/blogs/2012/08/27/change-mysql-root-password-in-wamp-server/

Find your config.inc.php file under the phpMyAdmin installation directory and update the line that looks like
this:

$cfg['Servers'][$i]['password']      = 'password';

... to this:

 $cfg['Servers'][$i]['password']      = 'newpassword';

SQlite - Android - Foreign key syntax

As you can see in the error description your table contains the columns (_id, tast_title, notes, reminder_date_time) and you are trying to add a foreign key from a column "taskCat" but it does not exist in your table!

How do I comment on the Windows command line?

A comment is produced using the REM command which is short for "Remark".

REM Comment here...

ImportError: No module named xlsxwriter

Here are some easy way to get you up and running with the XlsxWriter module.The first step is to install the XlsxWriter module.The pip installer is the preferred method for installing Python modules from PyPI, the Python Package Index:

sudo pip install xlsxwriter

Note

Windows users can omit sudo at the start of the command.

Github "Updates were rejected because the remote contains work that you do not have locally."

The issue is because the local is not up-to-date with the master branch that is why we are supposed to pull the code before pushing it to the git

git add .
git commit -m 'Comments to be added'
git pull origin master
git push origin master

How to redirect back to form with input - Laravel 5

I handle validation exceptions in Laravel 5.3 like this. If you use Laravel Collective it will automatically display errors next to inputs and if you use laracasts/flash it will also show first validation error as a notice.


Handler.php render:

public function render($request, Exception $e)
{
    if ($e instanceof \Illuminate\Validation\ValidationException) {
        return $this->handleValidationException($request, $e);
    }

    (..)
}

And the function:

protected function handleValidationException($request, $e)
    {
        $errors = @$e->validator->errors()->toArray();
        $message = null;
        if (count($errors)) {
            $firstKey = array_keys($errors)[0];
            $message = @$e->validator->errors()->get($firstKey)[0];
            if (strlen($message) == 0) {
                $message = "An error has occurred when trying to register";
            }
        }

        if ($message == null) {
            $message = "An unknown error has occured";
        }

        \Flash::error($message);

        return \Illuminate\Support\Facades\Redirect::back()->withErrors($e->validator)->withInput();
    }

How can I exclude $(this) from a jQuery selector?

Try using the not() method instead of the :not() selector.

$(".content a").click(function() {
    $(".content a").not(this).hide("slow");
});

Declaring multiple variables in JavaScript

The concept of "cohesion over coupling" can be applied more generally than just objects/modules/functions. It can also serve in this situation:

The second example the OP suggested has coupled all the variables into the same statement, which makes it impossible to take one of the lines and move it somewhere else without breaking stuff (high coupling). The first example he gave makes the variable assignments independent of each other (low coupling).

From Coupling:

Low coupling is often a sign of a well-structured computer system and a good design, and when combined with high cohesion, supports the general goals of high readability and maintainability.

So choose the first one.

MongoDB or CouchDB - fit for production?

Speaking production, seamless failover/recovery both require a baby sitter
1- Couchbase, there is no seamless failover/recovery, manual intervention is required.
rebalancing takes too much time, too much risk if more than one node get lost.

2- Mongo with shards, data recovery from loosing a config server, is not an easy task

Select count(*) from result query

This counts the rows of the inner query:

select count(*) from (
    select count(SID) 
    from Test 
    where Date = '2012-12-10' 
    group by SID
) t

However, in this case the effect of that is the same as this:

select count(distinct SID) from Test where Date = '2012-12-10'

Where is the .NET Framework 4.5 directory?

The official way to find out if you have 4.5 installed (and not 4.0) is in the registry keys :

HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\NET Framework Setup\NDP\v4\Full

Relesae DWORD needs to be bigger than 378675 Here is the Microsoft doc for it

all the other answers of checking the minor version after 4.0.30319.xxxxx seem correct though (msbuild.exe -version , or properties of clr.dll), i just needed something documented (not a blog)

angularjs ng-style: background-image isn't working

If we have a dynamic value that needs to go in a css background or background-image attribute, it can be just a bit more tricky to specify.

Let’s say we have a getImage() function in our controller. This function returns a string formatted similar to this: url(icons/pen.png). If we do, the ngStyle declaration is specified the exact same way as before:

ng-style="{ 'background-image': getImage() }"

Make sure to put quotes around the background-image key name. Remember, this must be formatted as a valid Javascript object key.

Does it make sense to use Require.js with Angular.js?

As @ganaraj mentioned AngularJS has dependency injection at its core. When building toy seed applications with and without RequireJS, I personally found RequireJS was probably overkill for most use cases.

That doesn't mean RequireJS is not useful for it's script loading capabilities and keeping your codebase clean during development. Combining the r.js optimizer (https://github.com/jrburke/r.js) with almond (https://github.com/jrburke/almond) can create a very slim script loading story. However since its dependency management features are not as important with angular at the core of your application, you can also evaluate other client side (HeadJS, LABjs, ...) or even server side (MVC4 Bundler, ...) script loading solutions for your particular application.

Is there any way to return HTML in a PHP function? (without building the return value as a string)

You can use a heredoc, which supports variable interpolation, making it look fairly neat:

function TestBlockHTML ($replStr) {
return <<<HTML
    <html>
    <body><h1>{$replStr}</h1>
    </body>
    </html>
HTML;
}

Pay close attention to the warning in the manual though - the closing line must not contain any whitespace, so can't be indented.

Android AudioRecord example

Here I am posting you the some code example which record good quality of sound using AudioRecord API.

Note: If you use in emulator the sound quality will not much good because we are using sample rate 8k which only supports in emulator. In device use sample rate to 44.1k for better quality.

public class Audio_Record extends Activity {
    private static final int RECORDER_SAMPLERATE = 8000;
    private static final int RECORDER_CHANNELS = AudioFormat.CHANNEL_IN_MONO;
    private static final int RECORDER_AUDIO_ENCODING = AudioFormat.ENCODING_PCM_16BIT;
    private AudioRecord recorder = null;
    private Thread recordingThread = null;
    private boolean isRecording = false;

    @Override
    public void onCreate(Bundle savedInstanceState) {
        super.onCreate(savedInstanceState);
        setContentView(R.layout.main);

        setButtonHandlers();
        enableButtons(false);

        int bufferSize = AudioRecord.getMinBufferSize(RECORDER_SAMPLERATE,
                RECORDER_CHANNELS, RECORDER_AUDIO_ENCODING); 
    }

    private void setButtonHandlers() {
        ((Button) findViewById(R.id.btnStart)).setOnClickListener(btnClick);
        ((Button) findViewById(R.id.btnStop)).setOnClickListener(btnClick);
    }

    private void enableButton(int id, boolean isEnable) {
        ((Button) findViewById(id)).setEnabled(isEnable);
    }

    private void enableButtons(boolean isRecording) {
        enableButton(R.id.btnStart, !isRecording);
        enableButton(R.id.btnStop, isRecording);
    }

    int BufferElements2Rec = 1024; // want to play 2048 (2K) since 2 bytes we use only 1024
    int BytesPerElement = 2; // 2 bytes in 16bit format

    private void startRecording() {

        recorder = new AudioRecord(MediaRecorder.AudioSource.MIC,
                RECORDER_SAMPLERATE, RECORDER_CHANNELS,
                RECORDER_AUDIO_ENCODING, BufferElements2Rec * BytesPerElement);

        recorder.startRecording();
        isRecording = true;
        recordingThread = new Thread(new Runnable() {
            public void run() {
                writeAudioDataToFile();
            }
        }, "AudioRecorder Thread");
        recordingThread.start();
    }

        //convert short to byte
    private byte[] short2byte(short[] sData) {
        int shortArrsize = sData.length;
        byte[] bytes = new byte[shortArrsize * 2];
        for (int i = 0; i < shortArrsize; i++) {
            bytes[i * 2] = (byte) (sData[i] & 0x00FF);
            bytes[(i * 2) + 1] = (byte) (sData[i] >> 8);
            sData[i] = 0;
        }
        return bytes;

    }

    private void writeAudioDataToFile() {
        // Write the output audio in byte

        String filePath = "/sdcard/voice8K16bitmono.pcm";
        short sData[] = new short[BufferElements2Rec];

        FileOutputStream os = null;
        try {
            os = new FileOutputStream(filePath);
        } catch (FileNotFoundException e) {
            e.printStackTrace();
        }

        while (isRecording) {
            // gets the voice output from microphone to byte format

            recorder.read(sData, 0, BufferElements2Rec);
            System.out.println("Short writing to file" + sData.toString());
            try {
                // // writes the data to file from buffer
                // // stores the voice buffer
                byte bData[] = short2byte(sData);
                os.write(bData, 0, BufferElements2Rec * BytesPerElement);
            } catch (IOException e) {
                e.printStackTrace();
            }
        }
        try {
            os.close();
        } catch (IOException e) {
            e.printStackTrace();
        }
    }

    private void stopRecording() {
        // stops the recording activity
        if (null != recorder) {
            isRecording = false;
            recorder.stop();
            recorder.release();
            recorder = null;
            recordingThread = null;
        }
    }

    private View.OnClickListener btnClick = new View.OnClickListener() {
        public void onClick(View v) {
            switch (v.getId()) {
            case R.id.btnStart: {
                enableButtons(true);
                startRecording();
                break;
            }
            case R.id.btnStop: {
                enableButtons(false);
                stopRecording();
                break;
            }
            }
        }
    };

    @Override
    public boolean onKeyDown(int keyCode, KeyEvent event) {
        if (keyCode == KeyEvent.KEYCODE_BACK) {
            finish();
        }
        return super.onKeyDown(keyCode, event);
    }
}

For more detail try this AUDIORECORD BLOG.

Happy Coding !!

How to subtract 30 days from the current date using SQL Server

TRY THIS:

Cast your VARCHAR value to DATETIME and add -30 for subtraction. Also, In sql-server the format Fri, 14 Nov 2014 23:03:35 GMT was not converted to DATETIME. Try substring for it:

SELECT DATEADD(dd, -30, 
       CAST(SUBSTRING ('Fri, 14 Nov 2014 23:03:35 GMT', 6, 21) 
       AS DATETIME))

What is the standard way to add N seconds to datetime.time in Python?

Old question, but I figured I'd throw in a function that handles timezones. The key parts are passing the datetime.time object's tzinfo attribute into combine, and then using timetz() instead of time() on the resulting dummy datetime. This answer partly inspired by the other answers here.

def add_timedelta_to_time(t, td):
    """Add a timedelta object to a time object using a dummy datetime.

    :param t: datetime.time object.
    :param td: datetime.timedelta object.

    :returns: datetime.time object, representing the result of t + td.

    NOTE: Using a gigantic td may result in an overflow. You've been
    warned.
    """
    # Create a dummy date object.
    dummy_date = date(year=100, month=1, day=1)

    # Combine the dummy date with the given time.
    dummy_datetime = datetime.combine(date=dummy_date, time=t, tzinfo=t.tzinfo)

    # Add the timedelta to the dummy datetime.
    new_datetime = dummy_datetime + td

    # Return the resulting time, including timezone information.
    return new_datetime.timetz()

And here's a really simple test case class (using built-in unittest):

import unittest
from datetime import datetime, timezone, timedelta, time

class AddTimedeltaToTimeTestCase(unittest.TestCase):
    """Test add_timedelta_to_time."""

    def test_wraps(self):
        t = time(hour=23, minute=59)
        td = timedelta(minutes=2)
        t_expected = time(hour=0, minute=1)
        t_actual = add_timedelta_to_time(t=t, td=td)
        self.assertEqual(t_expected, t_actual)

    def test_tz(self):
        t = time(hour=4, minute=16, tzinfo=timezone.utc)
        td = timedelta(hours=10, minutes=4)
        t_expected = time(hour=14, minute=20, tzinfo=timezone.utc)
        t_actual = add_timedelta_to_time(t=t, td=td)
        self.assertEqual(t_expected, t_actual)


if __name__ == '__main__':
    unittest.main()

How do I get a range's address including the worksheet name, but not the workbook name, in Excel VBA?

Only way I can think of is to concatenate the worksheet name with the cell reference, as follows:

Dim cell As Range
Dim cellAddress As String
Set cell = ThisWorkbook.Worksheets(1).Cells(1, 1)
cellAddress = cell.Parent.Name & "!" & cell.Address(External:=False)

EDIT:

Modify last line to :

cellAddress = "'" & cell.Parent.Name & "'!" & cell.Address(External:=False) 

if you want it to work even if there are spaces or other funny characters in the sheet name.

How to put wildcard entry into /etc/hosts?

It happens that /etc/hosts file doesn't support wild card entries.

You'll have to use other services like dnsmasq. To enable it in dnsmasq, just edit dnsmasq.conf and add the following line:

address=/example.com/127.0.0.1

how to replace an entire column on Pandas.DataFrame

If the indices match then:

df['B'] = df1['E']

should work otherwise:

df['B'] = df1['E'].values

will work so long as the length of the elements matches

Java maximum memory on Windows XP

The Java heap size limits for Windows are:

  • maximum possible heap size on 32-bit Java: 1.8 GB
  • recommended heap size limit on 32-bit Java: 1.5 GB (or 1.8 GB with /3GB option)

This doesn't help you getting a bigger Java heap, but now you know you can't go beyond these values.

Regex replace (in Python) - a simpler way?

The short version is that you cannot use variable-width patterns in lookbehinds using Python's re module. There is no way to change this:

>>> import re
>>> re.sub("(?<=foo)bar(?=baz)", "quux", "foobarbaz")
'fooquuxbaz'
>>> re.sub("(?<=fo+)bar(?=baz)", "quux", "foobarbaz")

Traceback (most recent call last):
  File "<pyshell#2>", line 1, in <module>
    re.sub("(?<=fo+)bar(?=baz)", "quux", string)
  File "C:\Development\Python25\lib\re.py", line 150, in sub
    return _compile(pattern, 0).sub(repl, string, count)
  File "C:\Development\Python25\lib\re.py", line 241, in _compile
    raise error, v # invalid expression
error: look-behind requires fixed-width pattern

This means that you'll need to work around it, the simplest solution being very similar to what you're doing now:

>>> re.sub("(fo+)bar(?=baz)", "\\1quux", "foobarbaz")
'fooquuxbaz'
>>>
>>> # If you need to turn this into a callable function:
>>> def replace(start, replace, end, replacement, search):
        return re.sub("(" + re.escape(start) + ")" + re.escape(replace) + "(?=" + re.escape + ")", "\\1" + re.escape(replacement), search)

This doesn't have the elegance of the lookbehind solution, but it's still a very clear, straightforward one-liner. And if you look at what an expert has to say on the matter (he's talking about JavaScript, which lacks lookbehinds entirely, but many of the principles are the same), you'll see that his simplest solution looks a lot like this one.

What is C# analog of C++ std::pair?

The PowerCollections library (formerly available from Wintellect but now hosted on Codeplex @ http://powercollections.codeplex.com) has a generic Pair structure.

Preprocessing in scikit learn - single sample - Depreciation warning

.values.reshape(-1,1) will be accepted without alerts/warnings

.reshape(-1,1) will be accepted, but with deprecation war

How to hide/show div tags using JavaScript?

Consider using jQuery. Life is much easier with:

$('body').hide(); $('body1').show();

What is the Auto-Alignment Shortcut Key in Eclipse?

Auto-alignment? Lawful good?

If you mean formatting, then Ctrl+Shift+F.

Print current call stack from a method in Python code

for those who need to print the call stack while using pdb, just do

(Pdb) where

Replace values in list using Python

Build a new list with a list comprehension:

new_items = [x if x % 2 else None for x in items]

You can modify the original list in-place if you want, but it doesn't actually save time:

items = [0, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10]
for index, item in enumerate(items):
    if not (item % 2):
        items[index] = None

Here are (Python 3.6.3) timings demonstrating the non-timesave:

In [1]: %%timeit
   ...: items = [0, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10]
   ...: for index, item in enumerate(items):
   ...:     if not (item % 2):
   ...:         items[index] = None
   ...:
1.06 µs ± 33.7 ns per loop (mean ± std. dev. of 7 runs, 1000000 loops each)

In [2]: %%timeit
   ...: items = [0, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10]
   ...: new_items = [x if x % 2 else None for x in items]
   ...:
891 ns ± 13.6 ns per loop (mean ± std. dev. of 7 runs, 1000000 loops each)

And Python 2.7.6 timings:

In [1]: %%timeit
   ...: items = [0, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10]
   ...: for index, item in enumerate(items):
   ...:     if not (item % 2):
   ...:         items[index] = None
   ...: 
1000000 loops, best of 3: 1.27 µs per loop
In [2]: %%timeit
   ...: items = [0, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10]
   ...: new_items = [x if x % 2 else None for x in items]
   ...: 
1000000 loops, best of 3: 1.14 µs per loop

Find length of 2D array Python

Like this:

numrows = len(input)    # 3 rows in your example
numcols = len(input[0]) # 2 columns in your example

Assuming that all the sublists have the same length (that is, it's not a jagged array).

Variable's memory size in Python

Regarding the internal structure of a Python long, check sys.int_info (or sys.long_info for Python 2.7).

>>> import sys
>>> sys.int_info
sys.int_info(bits_per_digit=30, sizeof_digit=4)

Python either stores 30 bits into 4 bytes (most 64-bit systems) or 15 bits into 2 bytes (most 32-bit systems). Comparing the actual memory usage with calculated values, I get

>>> import math, sys
>>> a=0
>>> sys.getsizeof(a)
24
>>> a=2**100
>>> sys.getsizeof(a)
40
>>> a=2**1000
>>> sys.getsizeof(a)
160
>>> 24+4*math.ceil(100/30)
40
>>> 24+4*math.ceil(1000/30)
160

There are 24 bytes of overhead for 0 since no bits are stored. The memory requirements for larger values matches the calculated values.

If your numbers are so large that you are concerned about the 6.25% unused bits, you should probably look at the gmpy2 library. The internal representation uses all available bits and computations are significantly faster for large values (say, greater than 100 digits).

How do I remove objects from an array in Java?

You can use external library:

org.apache.commons.lang.ArrayUtils.remove(java.lang.Object[] array, int index)

It is in project Apache Commons Lang http://commons.apache.org/lang/

Javascript Drag and drop for touch devices

You can use the Jquery UI for drag and drop with an additional library that translates mouse events into touch which is what you need, the library I recommend is https://github.com/furf/jquery-ui-touch-punch, with this your drag and drop from Jquery UI should work on touch devises

or you can use this code which I am using, it also converts mouse events into touch and it works like magic.

function touchHandler(event) {
    var touch = event.changedTouches[0];

    var simulatedEvent = document.createEvent("MouseEvent");
        simulatedEvent.initMouseEvent({
        touchstart: "mousedown",
        touchmove: "mousemove",
        touchend: "mouseup"
    }[event.type], true, true, window, 1,
        touch.screenX, touch.screenY,
        touch.clientX, touch.clientY, false,
        false, false, false, 0, null);

    touch.target.dispatchEvent(simulatedEvent);
    event.preventDefault();
}

function init() {
    document.addEventListener("touchstart", touchHandler, true);
    document.addEventListener("touchmove", touchHandler, true);
    document.addEventListener("touchend", touchHandler, true);
    document.addEventListener("touchcancel", touchHandler, true);
}

And in your document.ready just call the init() function

code found from Here

How to define Gradle's home in IDEA?

If you installed gradle with homebrew, then the path is:

/usr/local/Cellar/gradle/X.X/libexec

Where X.X is the version of gradle (currently 2.1)

Sass Variable in CSS calc() function

To use $variables inside your calc() of the height property:

HTML:

<div></div>

SCSS:

$a: 4em;

div {
  height: calc(#{$a} + 7px);
  background: #e53b2c;
}

scatter plot in matplotlib

Maybe something like this:

import matplotlib.pyplot
import pylab

x = [1,2,3,4]
y = [3,4,8,6]

matplotlib.pyplot.scatter(x,y)

matplotlib.pyplot.show()

EDIT:

Let me see if I understand you correctly now:

You have:

       test1 | test2 | test3
test3 |   1   |   0  |  1

test4 |   0   |   1  |  0

test5 |   1   |   1  |  0

Now you want to represent the above values in in a scatter plot, such that value of 1 is represented by a dot.

Let's say you results are stored in a 2-D list:

results = [[1, 0, 1], [0, 1, 0], [1, 1, 0]]

We want to transform them into two variables so we are able to plot them.

And I believe this code will give you what you are looking for:

import matplotlib
import pylab


results = [[1, 0, 1], [0, 1, 0], [1, 1, 0]]

x = []
y = []

for ind_1, sublist in enumerate(results):
    for ind_2, ele in enumerate(sublist):
        if ele == 1:
            x.append(ind_1)
            y.append(ind_2)       


matplotlib.pyplot.scatter(x,y)

matplotlib.pyplot.show()

Notice that I do need to import pylab, and you would have play around with the axis labels. Also this feels like a work around, and there might be (probably is) a direct method to do this.

Wait until flag=true

function waitFor(condition, callback) {
    if(!condition()) {
        console.log('waiting');
        window.setTimeout(waitFor.bind(null, condition, callback), 100); /* this checks the flag every 100 milliseconds*/
    } else {
        console.log('done');
        callback();
    }
}

Use:

waitFor(() => window.waitForMe, () => console.log('got you'))

Saving the PuTTY session logging

This is a bit confusing, but follow these steps to save the session.

  1. Category -> Session -> enter public IP in Host and 22 in port.
  2. Connection -> SSH -> Auth -> select the .ppk file
  3. Category -> Session -> enter a name in Saved Session -> Click Save

To open the session, double click on particular saved session.

How to set an "Accept:" header on Spring RestTemplate request?

Here is a simple answer. Hope it helps someone.

import org.springframework.boot.devtools.remote.client.HttpHeaderInterceptor;
import org.springframework.http.MediaType;
import org.springframework.http.client.ClientHttpRequestInterceptor;
import org.springframework.web.client.RestTemplate;


public String post(SomeRequest someRequest) {
    // create a list the headers 
    List<ClientHttpRequestInterceptor> interceptors = new ArrayList<>();
    interceptors.add(new HttpHeaderInterceptor("Accept", MediaType.APPLICATION_JSON_VALUE));
    interceptors.add(new HttpHeaderInterceptor("ContentType", MediaType.APPLICATION_JSON_VALUE));
    interceptors.add(new HttpHeaderInterceptor("username", "user123"));
    interceptors.add(new HttpHeaderInterceptor("customHeader1", "c1"));
    interceptors.add(new HttpHeaderInterceptor("customHeader2", "c2"));
    // initialize RestTemplate
    RestTemplate restTemplate = new RestTemplate();
    // set header interceptors here
    restTemplate.setInterceptors(interceptors);
    // post the request. The response should be JSON string
    String response = restTemplate.postForObject(Url, someRequest, String.class);
    return response;
}

How to create hyperlink to call phone number on mobile devices?

You can also use callto:########### replacing the email code mail with call, at least according to W3Cschool site but I haven't had an opportunity to test it out.

How many threads can a Java VM support?

After reading Charlie Martin's post, I was curious about whether the heap size makes any difference in the number of threads you can create, and I was totally dumbfounded by the result.

Using JDK 1.6.0_11 on Vista Home Premium SP1, I executed Charlie's test application with different heap sizes, between 2 MB and 1024 MB.

For example, to create a 2 MB heap, I'd invoke the JVM with the arguments -Xms2m -Xmx2m.

Here are my results:

2 mb --> 5744 threads
4 mb --> 5743 threads
8 mb --> 5735 threads
12 mb --> 5724 threads
16 mb --> 5712 threads
24 mb --> 5687 threads
32 mb --> 5662 threads
48 mb --> 5610 threads
64 mb --> 5561 threads
96 mb --> 5457 threads
128 mb --> 5357 threads
192 mb --> 5190 threads
256 mb --> 5014 threads
384 mb --> 4606 threads
512 mb --> 4202 threads
768 mb --> 3388 threads
1024 mb --> 2583 threads

So, yeah, the heap size definitely matters. But the relationship between heap size and maximum thread count is INVERSELY proportional.

Which is weird.

How to get string objects instead of Unicode from JSON?

Mike Brennan's answer is close, but there is no reason to re-traverse the entire structure. If you use the object_hook_pairs (Python 2.7+) parameter:

object_pairs_hook is an optional function that will be called with the result of any object literal decoded with an ordered list of pairs. The return value of object_pairs_hook will be used instead of the dict. This feature can be used to implement custom decoders that rely on the order that the key and value pairs are decoded (for example, collections.OrderedDict will remember the order of insertion). If object_hook is also defined, the object_pairs_hook takes priority.

With it, you get each JSON object handed to you, so you can do the decoding with no need for recursion:

def deunicodify_hook(pairs):
    new_pairs = []
    for key, value in pairs:
        if isinstance(value, unicode):
            value = value.encode('utf-8')
        if isinstance(key, unicode):
            key = key.encode('utf-8')
        new_pairs.append((key, value))
    return dict(new_pairs)

In [52]: open('test.json').read()
Out[52]: '{"1": "hello", "abc": [1, 2, 3], "def": {"hi": "mom"}, "boo": [1, "hi", "moo", {"5": "some"}]}'                                        

In [53]: json.load(open('test.json'))
Out[53]: 
{u'1': u'hello',
 u'abc': [1, 2, 3],
 u'boo': [1, u'hi', u'moo', {u'5': u'some'}],
 u'def': {u'hi': u'mom'}}

In [54]: json.load(open('test.json'), object_pairs_hook=deunicodify_hook)
Out[54]: 
{'1': 'hello',
 'abc': [1, 2, 3],
 'boo': [1, 'hi', 'moo', {'5': 'some'}],
 'def': {'hi': 'mom'}}

Notice that I never have to call the hook recursively since every object will get handed to the hook when you use the object_pairs_hook. You do have to care about lists, but as you can see, an object within a list will be properly converted, and you don't have to recurse to make it happen.

EDIT: A coworker pointed out that Python2.6 doesn't have object_hook_pairs. You can still use this will Python2.6 by making a very small change. In the hook above, change:

for key, value in pairs:

to

for key, value in pairs.iteritems():

Then use object_hook instead of object_pairs_hook:

In [66]: json.load(open('test.json'), object_hook=deunicodify_hook)
Out[66]: 
{'1': 'hello',
 'abc': [1, 2, 3],
 'boo': [1, 'hi', 'moo', {'5': 'some'}],
 'def': {'hi': 'mom'}}

Using object_pairs_hook results in one less dictionary being instantiated for each object in the JSON object, which, if you were parsing a huge document, might be worth while.

Android ADB commands to get the device properties

From Linux Terminal:

adb shell getprop | grep "model\|version.sdk\|manufacturer\|hardware\|platform\|revision\|serialno\|product.name\|brand"

From Windows PowerShell:

adb shell 
getprop | grep -e 'model' -e 'version.sdk' -e 'manufacturer' -e 'hardware' -e 'platform' -e 'revision' -e 'serialno' -e 'product.name' -e 'brand'

Sample output for Samsung:

[gsm.version.baseband]: [G900VVRU2BOE1]
[gsm.version.ril-impl]: [Samsung RIL v3.0]
[net.knoxscep.version]: [2.0.1]
[net.knoxsso.version]: [2.1.1]
[net.knoxvpn.version]: [2.2.0]
[persist.service.bdroid.version]: [4.1]
[ro.board.platform]: [msm8974]
[ro.boot.hardware]: [qcom]
[ro.boot.serialno]: [xxxxxx]
[ro.build.version.all_codenames]: [REL]
[ro.build.version.codename]: [REL]
[ro.build.version.incremental]: [G900VVRU2BOE1]
[ro.build.version.release]: [5.0]
[ro.build.version.sdk]: [21]
[ro.build.version.sdl]: [2101]
[ro.com.google.gmsversion]: [5.0_r2]
[ro.config.timaversion]: [3.0]
[ro.hardware]: [qcom]
[ro.opengles.version]: [196108]
[ro.product.brand]: [Verizon]
[ro.product.manufacturer]: [samsung]
[ro.product.model]: [SM-G900V]
[ro.product.name]: [kltevzw]
[ro.revision]: [14]
[ro.serialno]: [e5ce97c7]

svn: E155004: ..(path of resource).. is already locked

For me worked, in Eclipse:

Team -> Cleanup

Update rows in one table with data from another table based on one column in each being equal

update 
  table1 t1
set
  (
    t1.column1, 
    t1.column2
      ) = (
    select
      t2.column1, 
      t2.column2
    from
      table2  t2
    where
      t2.column1 = t1.column1
     )
    where exists (
      select 
        null
      from 
        table2 t2
      where 
        t2.column1 = t1.column1
      );

Or this (if t2.column1 <=> t1.column1 are many to one and anyone of them is good):

update 
  table1 t1
set
  (
    t1.column1, 
    t1.column2
      ) = (
    select
      t2.column1, 
      t2.column2
    from
      table2  t2
    where
      t2.column1 = t1.column1
    and
      rownum = 1    
     )
    where exists (
      select 
        null
      from 
        table2 t2
      where 
        t2.column1 = t1.column1
      ); 

Change the color of a bullet in a html list?

<ul>
<li style="color:#ddd;"><span style="color:#000;">List Item</span></li>
</ul>

Byte Array to Image object

BufferedImage img = ImageIO.read(new ByteArrayInputStream(bytes));

Mocking static methods with Mockito

Since that method is static, it already has everything you need to use it, so it defeats the purpose of mocking. Mocking the static methods is considered to be a bad practice.

If you try to do that, it means there is something wrong with the way you want to perform testing.

Of course you can use PowerMockito or any other framework capable of doing that, but try to rethink your approach.

For example: try to mock/provide the objects, which that static method consumes instead.

Jquery Ajax beforeSend and success,error & complete

Maybe you can try the following :

var i = 0;
function AjaxSendForm(url, placeholder, form, append) {
var data = $(form).serialize();
append = (append === undefined ? false : true); // whatever, it will evaluate to true or false only
$.ajax({
    type: 'POST',
    url: url,
    data: data,
    beforeSend: function() {
        // setting a timeout
        $(placeholder).addClass('loading');
        i++;
    },
    success: function(data) {
        if (append) {
            $(placeholder).append(data);
        } else {
            $(placeholder).html(data);
        }
    },
    error: function(xhr) { // if error occured
        alert("Error occured.please try again");
        $(placeholder).append(xhr.statusText + xhr.responseText);
        $(placeholder).removeClass('loading');
    },
    complete: function() {
        i--;
        if (i <= 0) {
            $(placeholder).removeClass('loading');
        }
    },
    dataType: 'html'
});
}

This way, if the beforeSend statement is called before the complete statement i will be greater than 0 so it will not remove the class. Then only the last call will be able to remove it.

I cannot test it, let me know if it works or not.

Eclipse HotKey: how to switch between tabs?

One way to do it is to use the VI Plugin, and then you just do :n (and :N) to go between files.

That's what I do.

Compare two dates with JavaScript

By far the easiest method is to subtract one date from the other and compare the result.

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_x000D_
var oDateOne = new Date();_x000D_
var oDateTwo = new Date();_x000D_
_x000D_
alert(oDateOne - oDateTwo === 0);_x000D_
alert(oDateOne - oDateTwo < 0);_x000D_
alert(oDateOne - oDateTwo > 0);
_x000D_
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Adding header for HttpURLConnection

If you are using Java 8, use the code below.

URLConnection connection = url.openConnection();
HttpURLConnection httpConn = (HttpURLConnection) connection;

String basicAuth = Base64.getEncoder().encodeToString((username+":"+password).getBytes(StandardCharsets.UTF_8));
httpConn.setRequestProperty ("Authorization", "Basic "+basicAuth);

Select every Nth element in CSS

You need the correct argument for the nth-child pseudo class.

  • The argument should be in the form of an + b to match every ath child starting from b.

  • Both a and b are optional integers and both can be zero or negative.

    • If a is zero then there is no "every ath child" clause.
    • If a is negative then matching is done backwards starting from b.
    • If b is zero or negative then it is possible to write equivalent expression using positive b e.g. 4n+0 is same as 4n+4. Likewise 4n-1 is same as 4n+3.

Examples:

Select every 4th child (4, 8, 12, ...)

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_x000D_
li:nth-child(4n) {_x000D_
  background: yellow;_x000D_
}
_x000D_
<ol>_x000D_
  <li>Item</li>_x000D_
  <li>Item</li>_x000D_
  <li>Item</li>_x000D_
  <li>Item</li>_x000D_
  <li>Item</li>_x000D_
  <li>Item</li>_x000D_
  <li>Item</li>_x000D_
  <li>Item</li>_x000D_
  <li>Item</li>_x000D_
</ol>
_x000D_
_x000D_
_x000D_

Select every 4th child starting from 1 (1, 5, 9, ...)

_x000D_
_x000D_
li:nth-child(4n+1) {_x000D_
  background: yellow;_x000D_
}
_x000D_
<ol>_x000D_
  <li>Item</li>_x000D_
  <li>Item</li>_x000D_
  <li>Item</li>_x000D_
  <li>Item</li>_x000D_
  <li>Item</li>_x000D_
  <li>Item</li>_x000D_
  <li>Item</li>_x000D_
  <li>Item</li>_x000D_
  <li>Item</li>_x000D_
</ol>
_x000D_
_x000D_
_x000D_

Select every 3rd and 4th child from groups of 4 (3 and 4, 7 and 8, 11 and 12, ...)

_x000D_
_x000D_
/* two selectors are required */_x000D_
li:nth-child(4n+3),_x000D_
li:nth-child(4n+4) {_x000D_
  background: yellow;_x000D_
}
_x000D_
<ol>_x000D_
  <li>Item</li>_x000D_
  <li>Item</li>_x000D_
  <li>Item</li>_x000D_
  <li>Item</li>_x000D_
  <li>Item</li>_x000D_
  <li>Item</li>_x000D_
  <li>Item</li>_x000D_
  <li>Item</li>_x000D_
  <li>Item</li>_x000D_
</ol>
_x000D_
_x000D_
_x000D_

Select first 4 items (4, 3, 2, 1)

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_x000D_
/* when a is negative then matching is done backwards  */_x000D_
li:nth-child(-n+4) {_x000D_
  background: yellow;_x000D_
}
_x000D_
<ol>_x000D_
  <li>Item</li>_x000D_
  <li>Item</li>_x000D_
  <li>Item</li>_x000D_
  <li>Item</li>_x000D_
  <li>Item</li>_x000D_
  <li>Item</li>_x000D_
  <li>Item</li>_x000D_
  <li>Item</li>_x000D_
  <li>Item</li>_x000D_
</ol>
_x000D_
_x000D_
_x000D_

Get current cursor position

You get the cursor position by calling GetCursorPos.

POINT p;
if (GetCursorPos(&p))
{
    //cursor position now in p.x and p.y
}

This returns the cursor position relative to screen coordinates. Call ScreenToClient to map to window coordinates.

if (ScreenToClient(hwnd, &p))
{
    //p.x and p.y are now relative to hwnd's client area
}

You hide and show the cursor with ShowCursor.

ShowCursor(FALSE);//hides the cursor
ShowCursor(TRUE);//shows it again

You must ensure that every call to hide the cursor is matched by one that shows it again.

How to include duplicate keys in HashMap?

You can't have duplicate keys in a Map. You can rather create a Map<Key, List<Value>>, or if you can, use Guava's Multimap.

Multimap<Integer, String> multimap = ArrayListMultimap.create();
multimap.put(1, "rohit");
multimap.put(1, "jain");

System.out.println(multimap.get(1));  // Prints - [rohit, jain]

And then you can get the java.util.Map using the Multimap#asMap() method.

GroupBy pandas DataFrame and select most common value

If you want another approach for solving it that is does not depend on value_counts or scipy.stats you can use the Counter collection

from collections import Counter
get_most_common = lambda values: max(Counter(values).items(), key = lambda x: x[1])[0]

Which can be applied to the above example like this

src = pd.DataFrame({'Country' : ['USA', 'USA', 'Russia','USA'], 
              'City' : ['New-York', 'New-York', 'Sankt-Petersburg', 'New-York'],
              'Short_name' : ['NY','New','Spb','NY']})

src.groupby(['Country','City']).agg(get_most_common)

Can't find out where does a node.js app running and can't kill it

You can kill all node processes using pkill node

or you can do a ps T to see all processes on this terminal
then you can kill a specific process ID doing a kill [processID] example: kill 24491

Additionally, you can do a ps -help to see all the available options

Angular-cli from css to scss

A quick and easy way to perform the migration is to use the schematic NPM package schematics-scss-migrate. this package rename all css to scss file :

ng add schematics-scss-migrate

https://github.com/Teebo/scss-migrate#readme

Change icons of checked and unchecked for Checkbox for Android

Kind of a mix:

Set it in your layout file :-

 <CheckBox android:layout_width="wrap_content"
           android:layout_height="wrap_content" 
           android:text="new checkbox"
           android:background="@drawable/checkbox_background" 
           android:button="@drawable/checkbox" />

where the @drawable/checkbox will look like:

<?xml version="1.0" encoding="utf-8"?>

<selector xmlns:android="http://schemas.android.com/apk/res/android">
 <item android:state_checked="true" android:state_focused="true"
  android:drawable="@drawable/checkbox_on_background_focus_yellow" />
 <item android:state_checked="false" android:state_focused="true"
  android:drawable="@drawable/checkbox_off_background_focus_yellow" />
 <item android:state_checked="false"
  android:drawable="@drawable/checkbox_off_background" />
 <item android:state_checked="true"
  android:drawable="@drawable/checkbox_on_background" />
</selector>

How to extract table as text from the PDF using Python?

  • I would suggest you to extract the table using tabula.
  • Pass your pdf as an argument to the tabula api and it will return you the table in the form of dataframe.
  • Each table in your pdf is returned as one dataframe.
  • The table will be returned in a list of dataframea, for working with dataframe you need pandas.

This is my code for extracting pdf.

import pandas as pd
import tabula
file = "filename.pdf"
path = 'enter your directory path here'  + file
df = tabula.read_pdf(path, pages = '1', multiple_tables = True)
print(df)

Please refer to this repo of mine for more details.

How to run PowerShell in CMD

Try just:

powershell.exe -noexit D:\Work\SQLExecutor.ps1 -gettedServerName "MY-PC"

Is there a typical state machine implementation pattern?

switch() is a powerful and standard way of implementing state machines in C, but it can decrease maintainability down if you have a large number of states. Another common method is to use function pointers to store the next state. This simple example implements a set/reset flip-flop:

/* Implement each state as a function with the same prototype */
void state_one(int set, int reset);
void state_two(int set, int reset);

/* Store a pointer to the next state */
void (*next_state)(int set, int reset) = state_one;

/* Users should call next_state(set, reset). This could
   also be wrapped by a real function that validated input
   and dealt with output rather than calling the function
   pointer directly. */

/* State one transitions to state one if set is true */
void state_one(int set, int reset) {
    if(set)
        next_state = state_two;
}

/* State two transitions to state one if reset is true */
void state_two(int set, int reset) {
    if(reset)
        next_state = state_one;
}

Compiling a java program into an executable

There is a small handful of programs that do that... TowerJ is one that comes to mind (I'll let you Google for it) but it costs significant money.

The most useful reference for this topic I found is at: http://mindprod.com/jgloss/nativecompiler.html

it mentions a few other products, and alternatives to achieve the same purpose.

Invalid column count in CSV input on line 1 Error

I had a similar problem with phpmyAdmin. The column count in the file to be imported matched the columns in the target database table. I tried importing files in both .csv and .ods format to no avail, getting a variety of errors including one arguing that the column count was wrong.

Both the .csv and .ods files were created with LibreOffice 5.204. Based on a bit of experience with import issues in years past, I decided to remake the files with the gnumeric spreadsheet, exporting the .ods in compliance with the "strict" format standard. Voila! No more import problem. While I haven't had time to investigate the issue further, I suspect that something has changed in the internal structure of LibreOffice's file output.

In Python, when to use a Dictionary, List or Set?

In short, use:

list - if you require an ordered sequence of items.

dict - if you require to relate values with keys

set - if you require to keep unique elements.

Detailed Explanation

List

A list is a mutable sequence, typically used to store collections of homogeneous items.

A list implements all of the common sequence operations:

  • x in l and x not in l
  • l[i], l[i:j], l[i:j:k]
  • len(l), min(l), max(l)
  • l.count(x)
  • l.index(x[, i[, j]]) - index of the 1st occurrence of x in l (at or after i and before j indeces)

A list also implements all of the mutable sequence operations:

  • l[i] = x - item i of l is replaced by x
  • l[i:j] = t - slice of l from i to j is replaced by the contents of the iterable t
  • del l[i:j] - same as l[i:j] = []
  • l[i:j:k] = t - the elements of l[i:j:k] are replaced by those of t
  • del l[i:j:k] - removes the elements of s[i:j:k] from the list
  • l.append(x) - appends x to the end of the sequence
  • l.clear() - removes all items from l (same as del l[:])
  • l.copy() - creates a shallow copy of l (same as l[:])
  • l.extend(t) or l += t - extends l with the contents of t
  • l *= n - updates l with its contents repeated n times
  • l.insert(i, x) - inserts x into l at the index given by i
  • l.pop([i]) - retrieves the item at i and also removes it from l
  • l.remove(x) - remove the first item from l where l[i] is equal to x
  • l.reverse() - reverses the items of l in place

A list could be used as stack by taking advantage of the methods append and pop.

Dictionary

A dictionary maps hashable values to arbitrary objects. A dictionary is a mutable object. The main operations on a dictionary are storing a value with some key and extracting the value given the key.

In a dictionary, you cannot use as keys values that are not hashable, that is, values containing lists, dictionaries or other mutable types.

Set

A set is an unordered collection of distinct hashable objects. A set is commonly used to include membership testing, removing duplicates from a sequence, and computing mathematical operations such as intersection, union, difference, and symmetric difference.

Total width of element (including padding and border) in jQuery

$(document).ready(function(){     
$("div.width").append($("div.width").width()+" px");
$("div.innerWidth").append($("div.innerWidth").innerWidth()+" px");   
$("div.outerWidth").append($("div.outerWidth").outerWidth()+" px");         
});


<div class="width">Width of this div container without including padding is: </div>  
<div class="innerWidth">width of this div container including padding is: </div> 
<div class="outerWidth">width of this div container including padding and margin is:     </div>

How to split a dos path into its components in Python

The problem here starts with how you're creating the string in the first place.

a = "d:\stuff\morestuff\furtherdown\THEFILE.txt"

Done this way, Python is trying to special case these: \s, \m, \f, and \T. In your case, \f is being treated as a formfeed (0x0C) while the other backslashes are handled correctly. What you need to do is one of these:

b = "d:\\stuff\\morestuff\\furtherdown\\THEFILE.txt"      # doubled backslashes
c = r"d:\stuff\morestuff\furtherdown\THEFILE.txt"         # raw string, no doubling necessary

Then once you split either of these, you'll get the result you want.

Can I grep only the first n lines of a file?

You can use the following line:

head -n 10 /path/to/file | grep [...]

Use a JSON array with objects with javascript

Your question feels a little incomplete, but I think what you're looking for is a way of making your JSON accessible to your code:

if you have the JSON string as above then you'd just need to do this

var jsonObj = eval('[{"id":28,"Title":"Sweden"}, {"id":56,"Title":"USA"}, {"id":89,"Title":"England"}]');

then you can access these vars with something like jsonObj[0].id etc

Let me know if that's not what you were getting at and I'll try to help.

M

Get value of input field inside an iframe

Yes it should be possible, even if the site is from another domain.

For example, in an HTML page on my site I have an iFrame whose contents are sourced from another website. The iFrame content is a single select field.

I need to be able to read the selected value on my site. In other words, I need to use the select list from another domain inside my own application. I do not have control over any server settings.

Initially therefore we might be tempted to do something like this (simplified):

HTML in my site:

<iframe name='select_frame' src='http://www.othersite.com/select.php?initial_name=jim'></iframe>
<input type='button' name='save' value='SAVE'>

HTML contents of iFrame (loaded from select.php on another domain):

<select id='select_name'>
    <option value='john'>John</option>
    <option value='jim' selected>Jim</option>
</select>

jQuery:

$('input:button[name=save]').click(function() {
    var name = $('iframe[name=select_frame]').contents().find('#select_name').val();
});

However, I receive this javascript error when I attempt to read the value:

Blocked a frame with origin "http://www.myownsite.com" from accessing a frame with origin "http://www.othersite.com". Protocols, domains, and ports must match.

To get around this problem, it seems that you can indirectly source the iFrame from a script in your own site, and have that script read the contents from the other site using a method like file_get_contents() or curl etc.

So, create a script (for example: select_local.php in the current directory) on your own site with contents similar to this:

PHP content of select_local.php:

<?php
    $url = "http://www.othersite.com/select.php?" . $_SERVER['QUERY_STRING'];
    $html_select = file_get_contents($url);
    echo $html_select;
?>

Also modify the HTML to call this local (instead of the remote) script:

<iframe name='select_frame' src='select_local.php?initial_name=jim'></iframe>
<input type='button' name='save' value='SAVE'>

Now your browser should think that it is loading the iFrame content from the same domain.