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List of tuples to dictionary

With dict comprehension:

h = {k:v for k,v in l}

How to Convert double to int in C?

This is the notorious floating point rounding issue. Just add a very small number, to correct the issue.

double a;
a=3669.0;
int b;
b=a+ 1e-9;

Create a OpenSSL certificate on Windows

If you're on windows and using apache, maybe via WAMP or the Drupal stack installer, you can additionally download the git for windows package, which includes many useful linux command line tools, one of which is openssl.

The following command creates the self signed certificate and key needed for apache and works fine in windows:

openssl req -x509 -nodes -days 365 -newkey rsa:2048 -keyout privatekey.key -out certificate.crt

Can I load a UIImage from a URL?

The Best and easy way to load Image via Url is by this Code:

dispatch_async(dispatch_get_global_queue(DISPATCH_QUEUE_PRIORITY_DEFAULT, 0), ^{
    NSData *data =[NSData dataWithContentsOfURL:[NSURL URLWithString:imgUrl]];

    dispatch_async(dispatch_get_main_queue(), ^{
        imgView.image= [UIImage imageWithData:data];
    });
});

Replace imgUrl by your ImageURL
Replace imgView by your UIImageView.

It will load the Image in another Thread, so It will not slow down your App load.

Extract values in Pandas value_counts()

#!/usr/bin/env python

import pandas as pd

# Make example dataframe
df = pd.DataFrame([(1, 'Germany'),
                   (2, 'France'),
                   (3, 'Indonesia'),
                   (4, 'France'),
                   (5, 'France'),
                   (6, 'Germany'),
                   (7, 'UK'),
                   ],
                  columns=['groupid', 'country'],
                  index=['a', 'b', 'c', 'd', 'e', 'f', 'g'])

# What you're looking for
values = df['country'].value_counts().keys().tolist()
counts = df['country'].value_counts().tolist()

Now, print(df['country'].value_counts()) gives:

France       3
Germany      2
UK           1
Indonesia    1

and print(values) gives:

['France', 'Germany', 'UK', 'Indonesia']

and print(counts) gives:

[3, 2, 1, 1]

JavaScript query string

If you have the querystring on hand, use this:

 /**
 * @param qry the querystring
 * @param name name of parameter
 * @returns the parameter specified by name
 * @author [email protected]
 */

function getQueryStringParameter(qry,name){
    if(typeof qry !== undefined && qry !== ""){
        var keyValueArray = qry.split("&");
        for ( var i = 0; i < keyValueArray.length; i++) {
            if(keyValueArray[i].indexOf(name)>-1){
                return keyValueArray[i].split("=")[1];
            }
        }
    }
    return "";
}

An error occurred while collecting items to be installed (Access is denied)

If there are any proxy networks are configured remove them till plugins are installed

How to Validate Google reCaptcha on Form Submit

Try this link: https://github.com/google/ReCAPTCHA/tree/master/php

A link to that page is posted at the very bottom of this page: https://developers.google.com/recaptcha/intro

One issue I came up with that prevented these two files from working correctly was with my php.ini file for the website. Make sure this property is setup properly, as follows: allow_url_fopen = On

Multiple conditions with CASE statements

It's not a cut and paste. The CASE expression must return a value, and you are returning a string containing SQL (which is technically a value but of a wrong type). This is what you wanted to write, I think:

SELECT * FROM [Purchasing].[Vendor] WHERE  
CASE
  WHEN @url IS null OR @url = '' OR @url = 'ALL'
    THEN PurchasingWebServiceURL LIKE '%'
  WHEN @url = 'blank'
    THEN PurchasingWebServiceURL = ''
  WHEN @url = 'fail'
    THEN PurchasingWebServiceURL NOT LIKE '%treyresearch%'
  ELSE PurchasingWebServiceURL = '%' + @url + '%' 
END

I also suspect that this might not work in some dialects, but can't test now (Oracle, I'm looking at you), due to not having booleans.

However, since @url is not dependent on the table values, why not make three different queries, and choose which to evaluate based on your parameter?

Parse strings to double with comma and point

Make two static cultures, one for comma and one for point.

    var commaCulture = new CultureInfo("en")
    {
        NumberFormat =
        {
            NumberDecimalSeparator = ","
        }
    };

    var pointCulture = new CultureInfo("en")
    {
        NumberFormat =
        {
            NumberDecimalSeparator = "."
        }
    };

Then use each one respectively, depending on the input (using a function):

    public double ConvertToDouble(string input)
    {
        input = input.Trim();

        if (input == "0") {
            return 0;
        }

        if (input.Contains(",") && input.Split(',').Length == 2)
        {
            return Convert.ToDouble(input, commaCulture);
        }

        if (input.Contains(".") && input.Split('.').Length == 2)
        {
            return Convert.ToDouble(input, pointCulture);
        }

        throw new Exception("Invalid input!");
    }

Then loop through your arrays

    var strings = new List<string> {"0,12", "0.122", "1,23", "00,0", "0.00", "12.5000", "0.002", "0,001"};
    var doubles = new List<double>();

    foreach (var value in strings) {
        doubles.Add(ConvertToDouble(value));
    }

This should work even though the host environment and culture changes.

How does one sum only those rows in excel not filtered out?

When you use autofilter to filter results, Excel doesn't even bother to hide them: it just sets the height of the row to zero (up to 2003 at least, not sure on 2007).

So the following custom function should give you a starter to do what you want (tested with integers, haven't played with anything else):

Function SumVis(r As Range)
    Dim cell As Excel.Range
    Dim total As Variant

    For Each cell In r.Cells
        If cell.Height <> 0 Then
            total = total + cell.Value
        End If
    Next

    SumVis = total
End Function

Edit:

You'll need to create a module in the workbook to put the function in, then you can just call it on your sheet like any other function (=SumVis(A1:A14)). If you need help setting up the module, let me know.

How to create empty folder in java?

Looks file you use the .mkdirs() method on a File object: http://www.roseindia.net/java/beginners/java-create-directory.shtml

// Create a directory; all non-existent ancestor directories are
// automatically created
success = (new File("../potentially/long/pathname/without/all/dirs")).mkdirs();
if (!success) {
    // Directory creation failed
}

Stop Chrome Caching My JS Files

You can open an incognito window instead. Switching to an incognito window worked for me when disabling the cache in a normal chrome window still didn't reload a JavaScript file I had changed since the last cache.

https://www.quora.com/Does-incognito-mode-on-Chrome-use-the-cache-that-was-previously-stored

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

A portable solution could use getc.

#include <stdio.h>

char buffer[MAX_FILE_SIZE];
size_t i;

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

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

    buffer[i] = c;
}

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

Why this line xmlns:android="http://schemas.android.com/apk/res/android" must be the first in the layout xml file?

This is just the XML Name Space declaration. We use this Name Space in order to specify that the attributes listed below, belongs to Android. Thus they starts with "android:"

You can actually create your own custom attributes. So to prevent the name conflicts where 2 attributes are named the same thing, but behave differently, we add the prefix "android:" to signify that these are Android attributes.

Thus, this Name Space declaration must be included in the opening tag of the root view of your XML file.

Change color of Back button in navigation bar

It will be solved with this line in -(void)viewDidLoad:

self.navigationItem.backBarButtonItem.tintColor = UIColor.whiteColor;

regex pattern to match the end of a string

Something like this should work: /([^/]*)$

What language are you using? End-of-string regex signifiers can vary in different languages.

Create a GUID in Java

Just to extend Mark Byers's answer with an example:

import java.util.UUID;

public class RandomStringUUID {
    public static void main(String[] args) {
        UUID uuid = UUID.randomUUID();
        System.out.println("UUID=" + uuid.toString() );
    }
}

How to improve performance of ngRepeat over a huge dataset (angular.js)?

The hottest - and arguably most scalable - approach to overcoming these challenges with large datasets is embodied by the approach of Ionic's collectionRepeat directive and of other implementations like it. A fancy term for this is 'occlusion culling', but you can sum it up as: don't just limit the count of rendered DOM elements to an arbitrary (but still high) paginated number like 50, 100, 500... instead, limit only to as many elements as the user can see.

If you do something like what's commonly known as "infinite scrolling", you're reducing the initial DOM count somewhat, but it bloats quickly after a couple refreshes, because all those new elements are just tacked on at the bottom. Scrolling comes to a crawl, because scrolling is all about element count. There's nothing infinite about it.

Whereas, the collectionRepeat approach is to use only as many elements as will fit in viewport, and then recycle them. As one element rotates out of view, it's detached from the render tree, refilled with data for a new item in the list, then reattached to the render tree at the other end of the list. This is the fastest way known to man to get new information in and out of the DOM, making use of a limited set of existing elements, rather than the traditional cycle of create/destroy... create/destroy. Using this approach, you can truly implement an infinite scroll.

Note that you don't have to use Ionic to use/hack/adapt collectionRepeat, or any other tool like it. That's why they call it open-source. :-) (That said, the Ionic team is doing some pretty ingenious things, worthy of your attention.)


There's at least one excellent example of doing something very similar in React. Only instead of recycling the elements with updated content, you're simply choosing not to render anything in the tree that's not in view. It's blazing fast on 5000 items, although their very simple POC implementation allows a bit of flicker...


Also... to echo some of the other posts, using track by is seriously helpful, even with smaller datasets. Consider it mandatory.

How to open a different activity on recyclerView item onclick

The problem occurs in declaring context, while using Glide for ImageView or While using intent in recyclerview for item onClick. I Found this working for me which helps me to Declare context to use in Glide or Intent or Toast.

public class NoteAdapter extends FirestoreRecyclerAdapter<Note,NoteAdapter.NoteHolder> {

Context context;

public NoteAdapter(@NonNull FirestoreRecyclerOptions<Note> options) {
    super(options);
}

@Override
protected void onBindViewHolder(@NonNull NoteHolder holder, int position, @NonNull Note model) {
    holder.r_tv.setText(model.getTitle());
    Glide.with(CategoryActivity.context).load(model.getImage()).into(holder.r_iv);

    context = holder.itemView.getContext();

    holder.itemView.setOnClickListener(new View.OnClickListener() {
        @Override
        public void onClick(View v) {
            Intent i = new Intent(context, SuggestActivity.class);
            context.startActivity(i);
        }
    });

}

@NonNull
@Override
public NoteHolder onCreateViewHolder(@NonNull ViewGroup parent, int viewType) {

    View v = LayoutInflater.from(parent.getContext()).inflate(R.layout.row_category,parent,false);

    return new NoteHolder(v);
}

public static class NoteHolder extends RecyclerView.ViewHolder
{
    TextView r_tv;
    ImageView r_iv;

    public NoteHolder(@NonNull View itemView) {
        super(itemView);

        r_tv = itemView.findViewById(R.id.r_tv);
        r_iv = itemView.findViewById(R.id.r_iv);


    }
}
}

SQL Plus change current directory

Here is what I do.

Define a variable to help you out:

define dir=C:\MySYSTEM\PTR190\Tests\Test1

@&dir\myTest1.sql

You can't cd in SQL*Plus (you can cd using the host command, but since it is a child process, the setting won't persist in your parent process).

The 'json' native gem requires installed build tools

I have found that the error is sometimes caused by a missing library.

so If you install RDOC first by running

gem install rdoc

then install rails with:

gem install rails

then go back and install the devtools as mentioned before with:

1) Extract DevKit to path C:\Ruby193\DevKit
2) cd C:\Ruby192\DevKit
3) ruby dk.rb init
4) ruby dk.rb review
5) ruby dk.rb install

then try installing json

which culminate with you finally being able to run

rails new project_name - without errors.

good luck

How to download a file from a URL in C#?

Below code contain logic for download file with original name

private string DownloadFile(string url)
    {

        HttpWebRequest request = (HttpWebRequest)HttpWebRequest.Create(url);
        string filename = "";
        string destinationpath = Environment;
        if (!Directory.Exists(destinationpath))
        {
            Directory.CreateDirectory(destinationpath);
        }
        using (HttpWebResponse response = (HttpWebResponse)request.GetResponseAsync().Result)
        {
            string path = response.Headers["Content-Disposition"];
            if (string.IsNullOrWhiteSpace(path))
            {
                var uri = new Uri(url);
                filename = Path.GetFileName(uri.LocalPath);
            }
            else
            {
                ContentDisposition contentDisposition = new ContentDisposition(path);
                filename = contentDisposition.FileName;

            }

            var responseStream = response.GetResponseStream();
            using (var fileStream = File.Create(System.IO.Path.Combine(destinationpath, filename)))
            {
                responseStream.CopyTo(fileStream);
            }
        }

        return Path.Combine(destinationpath, filename);
    }

Excel VBA Run Time Error '424' object required

Simply remove the .value from your code.

Set envFrmwrkPath = ActiveSheet.Range("D6").Value

instead of this, use:

Set envFrmwrkPath = ActiveSheet.Range("D6")

Row Offset in SQL Server

Following will display 25 records excluding first 50 records works in SQL Server 2012.

SELECT * FROM MyTable ORDER BY ID OFFSET 50 ROWS FETCH NEXT 25 ROWS ONLY;

you can replace ID as your requirement

bootstrap 4 file input doesn't show the file name

When you have multiple files, an idea is to show only the first file and the number of the hidden file names.

$('.custom-file input').change(function() {
    var $el = $(this),
    files = $el[0].files,
    label = files[0].name;
    if (files.length > 1) {
        label = label + " and " + String(files.length - 1) + " more files"
    }
    $el.next('.custom-file-label').html(label);
});

Check if inputs form are empty jQuery

var empty = true;
$('input[type="text"]').each(function() {
   if ($(this).val() != "") {
      empty = false;
      return false;
   }
});

This should look all the input and set the empty var to false, if at least one is not empty.

EDIT:

To match the OP edit request, this can be used to filter input based on name substring.

$('input[name*="denominationcomune_"]').each(...

How to Set Variables in a Laravel Blade Template

There is a very good extention for Blade radic/blade-extensions. After you add it you can use @set(variable_name, variable_value)

@set(var, 33)
{{$var}}

Palindrome check in Javascript

Palindrome is a string, which when read in both forward and backward way is same. Example: Example: madam, lol, pop, radar etc.

Simple Logic

//Sample string
  let str1 = "radar";
//breaking into a char array and sort
  let str1Arr = str1.split("").sort();//a,a,d,r,r
  let str2Arr = str1.split("").reverse().sort();//a,a,d,r,r
//now join both string separately and compare, if both are same then it is pelindrome     
  if(str1Arr.join("") == str2Arr.join(""))
  {
       console.log("Palindrome"); 
  }
  else{
       console.log("Not Palindrome"); 
  }

How to prevent text in a table cell from wrapping

Have a look at the white-space property, used like this:

th {
    white-space: nowrap;
}

This will force the contents of <th> to display on one line.

From linked page, here are the various options for white-space:

normal
This value directs user agents to collapse sequences of white space, and break lines as necessary to fill line boxes.

pre
This value prevents user agents from collapsing sequences of white space. Lines are only broken at preserved newline characters.

nowrap
This value collapses white space as for 'normal', but suppresses line breaks within text.

pre-wrap
This value prevents user agents from collapsing sequences of white space. Lines are broken at preserved newline characters, and as necessary to fill line boxes.

pre-line
This value directs user agents to collapse sequences of white space. Lines are broken at preserved newline characters, and as necessary to fill line boxes.

jQuery change input text value

Best practice is using the identify directly:

$('#id').val('xxx');

Named parameters in JDBC

Vanilla JDBC only supports named parameters in a CallableStatement (e.g. setString("name", name)), and even then, I suspect the underlying stored procedure implementation has to support it.

An example of how to use named parameters:

//uss Sybase ASE sysobjects table...adjust for your RDBMS
stmt = conn.prepareCall("create procedure p1 (@id int = null, @name varchar(255) = null) as begin "
        + "if @id is not null "
        + "select * from sysobjects where id = @id "
        + "else if @name is not null "
        + "select * from sysobjects where name = @name "
        + " end");
stmt.execute();

//call the proc using one of the 2 optional params
stmt = conn.prepareCall("{call p1 ?}");
stmt.setInt("@id", 10);
ResultSet rs = stmt.executeQuery();
while (rs.next())
{
    System.out.println(rs.getString(1));
}


//use the other optional param
stmt = conn.prepareCall("{call p1 ?}");
stmt.setString("@name", "sysprocedures");
rs = stmt.executeQuery();
while (rs.next())
{
    System.out.println(rs.getString(1));
}

"replace" function examples

You can also use logical tests

x <- data.frame(a = c(0,1,2,NA), b = c(0,NA,1,2), c = c(NA, 0, 1, 2)) 
x
x$a <- replace(x$a, is.na(x$a), 0)
x
x$b <- replace(x$b, x$b==2, 333)

Closing Excel Application using VBA

Sub button2_click()
'
' Button2_Click Macro
'
' Keyboard Shortcut: Ctrl+Shift+Q
'
    ActiveSheet.Shapes("Button 2").Select
    Selection.Characters.Text = "Logout"
    ActiveSheet.Shapes("Button 2").Select
    Selection.OnAction = "Button2_Click"
    ActiveWorkbook.Saved = True
    ActiveWorkbook.Save
    Application.Quit
End Sub

standard size for html newsletter template

Short answer: 400-800 pixels.

What I have read is that HTML newsletter width should be as narrow as possible without being too narrow. For instance, 400-500 pixels for a one column layout is a lower limit. Any less may look too weird.

Today's widescreen monitors allow for more horizontal pixels and most web email clients will either be of the two-column variety (Gmail) or 3-pane layout where the content window bellow the inbox list (Hotmail and Yahoo). In either case, you can be okay with 800 pixels if you're targeting the 1280 wide audience. An older or less technical audience may have older, square monitors.

There is the problem of Outlook having a three-column layout. That limits the width of your email even more. With them, you may want to go even narrower.

I just recently created a template that required an ad banner that is 730 pixels wide. It was near in the wide range, but not so much that most people could not double-click the email an open a new window in Outlook (the web email users should be okay for the most part).

Hope this advice helps.

Loading custom configuration files

the articles posted by Ricky are very good, but unfortunately they don't answer your question.

To solve your problem you should try this piece of code:

ExeConfigurationFileMap configMap = new ExeConfigurationFileMap();
configMap.ExeConfigFilename = @"d:\test\justAConfigFile.config.whateverYouLikeExtension";
Configuration config = ConfigurationManager.OpenMappedExeConfiguration(configMap, ConfigurationUserLevel.None);

If need to access a value within the config you can use the index operator:

config.AppSettings.Settings["test"].Value;

How to make a new List in Java

List is just an interface just as Set.

Like HashSet is an implementation of a Set which has certain properties in regards to add / lookup / remove performance, ArrayList is the bare implementation of a List.

If you have a look at the documentation for the respective interfaces you will find "All Known Implementing Classes" and you can decide which one is more suitable for your needs.

Chances are that it's ArrayList.

How to trim white spaces of array values in php

array_map and trim can do the job

$trimmed_array = array_map('trim', $fruit);
print_r($trimmed_array);

Do I really need to encode '&' as '&amp;'?

A couple of years ago, we got a report that one of our web apps wasn't displaying correctly in Firefox. It turned out that the page contained a tag that looked like

<div style="..." ... style="...">

When faced with a repeated style attribute, IE combines both of the styles, while Firefox only uses one of them, hence the different behavior. I changed the tag to

<div style="...; ..." ...>

and sure enough, it fixed the problem! The moral of the story is that browsers have more consistent handling of valid HTML than of invalid HTML. So, fix your damn markup already! (Or use HTML Tidy to fix it.)

Reliable and fast FFT in Java

I wrote a function for the FFT in Java: http://www.wikijava.org/wiki/The_Fast_Fourier_Transform_in_Java_%28part_1%29

It's in the Public Domain so you can use those functions everywhere (personal or business projects too). Just cite me in the credits and send me just a link of your work, and you're ok.

It is completely reliable. I've checked its output against the Mathematica's FFT and they were always correct until the 15th decimal digit. I think it's a very good FFT implementation for Java. I wrote it on the J2SE 1.6 version, and tested it on the J2SE 1.5-1.6 version.

If you count the number of instruction (it's a lot much simpler than a perfect computational complexity function estimation) you can clearly see that this version is great even if it's not optimized at all. I'm planning to publish the optimized version if there are enough requests.

Let me know if it was useful, and tell me any comment you like.

I share the same code right here:

/**
* @author Orlando Selenu
*
*/
public class FFTbase {
/**
 * The Fast Fourier Transform (generic version, with NO optimizations).
 *
 * @param inputReal
 *            an array of length n, the real part
 * @param inputImag
 *            an array of length n, the imaginary part
 * @param DIRECT
 *            TRUE = direct transform, FALSE = inverse transform
 * @return a new array of length 2n
 */
public static double[] fft(final double[] inputReal, double[] inputImag,
                           boolean DIRECT) {
    // - n is the dimension of the problem
    // - nu is its logarithm in base e
    int n = inputReal.length;

    // If n is a power of 2, then ld is an integer (_without_ decimals)
    double ld = Math.log(n) / Math.log(2.0);

    // Here I check if n is a power of 2. If exist decimals in ld, I quit
    // from the function returning null.
    if (((int) ld) - ld != 0) {
        System.out.println("The number of elements is not a power of 2.");
        return null;
    }

    // Declaration and initialization of the variables
    // ld should be an integer, actually, so I don't lose any information in
    // the cast
    int nu = (int) ld;
    int n2 = n / 2;
    int nu1 = nu - 1;
    double[] xReal = new double[n];
    double[] xImag = new double[n];
    double tReal, tImag, p, arg, c, s;

    // Here I check if I'm going to do the direct transform or the inverse
    // transform.
    double constant;
    if (DIRECT)
        constant = -2 * Math.PI;
    else
        constant = 2 * Math.PI;

    // I don't want to overwrite the input arrays, so here I copy them. This
    // choice adds \Theta(2n) to the complexity.
    for (int i = 0; i < n; i++) {
        xReal[i] = inputReal[i];
        xImag[i] = inputImag[i];
    }

    // First phase - calculation
    int k = 0;
    for (int l = 1; l <= nu; l++) {
        while (k < n) {
            for (int i = 1; i <= n2; i++) {
                p = bitreverseReference(k >> nu1, nu);
                // direct FFT or inverse FFT
                arg = constant * p / n;
                c = Math.cos(arg);
                s = Math.sin(arg);
                tReal = xReal[k + n2] * c + xImag[k + n2] * s;
                tImag = xImag[k + n2] * c - xReal[k + n2] * s;
                xReal[k + n2] = xReal[k] - tReal;
                xImag[k + n2] = xImag[k] - tImag;
                xReal[k] += tReal;
                xImag[k] += tImag;
                k++;
            }
            k += n2;
        }
        k = 0;
        nu1--;
        n2 /= 2;
    }

    // Second phase - recombination
    k = 0;
    int r;
    while (k < n) {
        r = bitreverseReference(k, nu);
        if (r > k) {
            tReal = xReal[k];
            tImag = xImag[k];
            xReal[k] = xReal[r];
            xImag[k] = xImag[r];
            xReal[r] = tReal;
            xImag[r] = tImag;
        }
        k++;
    }

    // Here I have to mix xReal and xImag to have an array (yes, it should
    // be possible to do this stuff in the earlier parts of the code, but
    // it's here to readibility).
    double[] newArray = new double[xReal.length * 2];
    double radice = 1 / Math.sqrt(n);
    for (int i = 0; i < newArray.length; i += 2) {
        int i2 = i / 2;
        // I used Stephen Wolfram's Mathematica as a reference so I'm going
        // to normalize the output while I'm copying the elements.
        newArray[i] = xReal[i2] * radice;
        newArray[i + 1] = xImag[i2] * radice;
    }
    return newArray;
}

/**
 * The reference bitreverse function.
 */
private static int bitreverseReference(int j, int nu) {
    int j2;
    int j1 = j;
    int k = 0;
    for (int i = 1; i <= nu; i++) {
        j2 = j1 / 2;
        k = 2 * k + j1 - 2 * j2;
        j1 = j2;
    }
    return k;
  }
}

Can IntelliJ IDEA encapsulate all of the functionality of WebStorm and PHPStorm through plugins?

I regularly use IntelliJ, PHPStorm and WebStorm. Would love to only use IntelliJ. As pointed out by the vendor the "Open Directory" functionality not being in IntelliJ is painful.

Now for the rub part; I have tried using IntelliJ as my single IDE and have found performance to be terrible compared to the lighter weight versions. Intellisense is almost useless in IntelliJ compared to WebStorm.

asp.net mvc @Html.CheckBoxFor

Html.CheckBoxFor expects a Func<TModel, bool> as the first parameter. Therefore your lambda must return a bool, you are currently returning an instance of List<Checkboxes>:

model => model.EmploymentType

You need to iterate over the List<Checkboxes> to output each checkbox:

@for (int i = 0; i < Model.EmploymentType.Count; i++)
{
    @Html.HiddenFor(m => m.EmploymentType[i].Text)
    @Html.CheckBoxFor(m => m.EmploymentType[i].Checked, 
              new { id = string.Format("employmentType_{0}", i) })
}

how to set the background image fit to browser using html

Found an easier way to set it. Here's the html and css:

<style>
    #body {
        *background: url(../Images/abcd.jpg) no-repeat center center fixed; /* For IE 6 and 7 */
        -webkit-background-size: cover;
        -moz-background-size: cover;
        -o-background-size: cover;
        background-size: cover;
    }
</style>

<body id="body">
    <nav class="navbar navbar-default" id="navColour">
        <div class="container-fluid">
            <div class="navbar-header">
                <a id="clr" class="navbar-brand" href="#">Summer Haze Festival</a>
            </div>
            <div>
                <ul class="nav navbar-nav" >
                    <li id="clr" class="active"><a href="#">Home</a></li>
                    <li id="clr"><a href="#">Page 1</a></li>
                    <li id="clr"><a href="#">Page 2</a></li>
                    <li id="clr"><a href="#">Page 3</a></li>
                </ul>
            </div>
        </div>
    </nav>
</body>

url(../Images/abcd.jpg) being the image stored in your solution in a folder called Images. Hope it helps. Note: I used the id "body" because the navigation bar was somehow overriding my background image.

How to make an image center (vertically & horizontally) inside a bigger div

If you know the size of the parent div and the image, you can just use absolute positioning.

Understanding REST: Verbs, error codes, and authentication

re 1: This looks fine so far. Remember to return the URI of the newly created user in a "Location:" header as part of the response to POST, along with a "201 Created" status code.

re 2: Activation via GET is a bad idea, and including the verb in the URI is a design smell. You might want to consider returning a form on a GET. In a Web app, this would be an HTML form with a submit button; in the API use case, you might want to return a representation that contains a URI to PUT to to activate the account. Of course you can include this URI in the response on POST to /users, too. Using PUT will ensure your request is idempotent, i.e. it can safely be sent again if the client isn't sure about success. In general, think about what resources you can turn your verbs into (sort of "nounification of verbs"). Ask yourself what method your specific action is most closely aligned with. E.g. change_password -> PUT; deactivate -> probably DELETE; add_credit -> possibly POST or PUT. Point the client to the appropriate URIs by including them in your representations.

re 3. Don't invent new status codes, unless you believe they're so generic they merit being standardized globally. Try hard to use the most appropriate status code available (read about all of them in RFC 2616). Include additional information in the response body. If you really, really are sure you want to invent a new status code, think again; if you still believe so, make sure to at least pick the right category (1xx -> OK, 2xx -> informational, 3xx -> redirection; 4xx-> client error, 5xx -> server error). Did I mention that inventing new status codes is a bad idea?

re 4. If in any way possible, use the authentication framework built into HTTP. Check out the way Google does authentication in GData. In general, don't put API keys in your URIs. Try to avoid sessions to enhance scalability and support caching - if the response to a request differs because of something that has happened before, you've usually tied yourself to a specific server process instance. It's much better to turn session state into either client state (e.g. make it part of subsequent requests) or make it explicit by turning it into (server) resource state, i.e. give it its own URI.

How to find difference between two Joda-Time DateTimes in minutes

DateTime d1 = ...;
DateTime d2 = ...;
Period period = new Period(d1, d2, PeriodType.minutes());
int differenceMinutes = period.getMinutes();

In practice I think this will always give the same result as the answer based on Duration. For a different time unit than minutes, though, it might be more correct. For example there are 365 days from 2016/2/2 to 2017/2/1, but actually it's less than 1 year and should truncate to 0 years if you use PeriodType.years().

In theory the same could happen for minutes because of leap seconds, but Joda doesn't support leap seconds.

Trying to check if username already exists in MySQL database using PHP

TRY THIS ONE

 mysql_connect('localhost','dbuser','dbpass');

$query = "SELECT username FROM Users WHERE username='".$username."'";
mysql_select_db('dbname');

    $result=mysql_query($query);

   if (mysql_num_rows($query) != 0)
   {
     echo "Username already exists";
    }

    else
   {
     ...
    }

Finding an elements XPath using IE Developer tool

You can find/debug XPath/CSS locators in the IE as well as in different browsers with the tool called SWD Page Recorder

The only restrictions/limitations:

  1. The browser should be started from the tool
  2. Internet Explorer Driver Server - IEDriverServer.exe - should be downloaded separately and placed near SwdPageRecorder.exe

kill -3 to get java thread dump

When using kill -3 one should see the thread dump in the standard output. Most of the application servers write the standard output to a separate file. You should find it there when using kill -3. There are multiple ways of getting thread dumps:

  • kill -3 <PID>: Gives output to standard output.
  • If one has access to the console window where server is running, one can use Ctrl+Break combination of keys to generate the stack trace on STDOUT.
  • For hotspot VM's we can also use jstack command to generate a thread dump. It’s a part of the JDK. Syntax is as follows:

    Usage:
    
    jstack [-l] <pid> (to connect to running process)
    jstack -F [-m] [-l] <pid>(to connect to a hung process)
    
     - For JRockit JVM we can use JRCMD command which comes with JDK Syntax: 
       jrcmd <jrockit pid> [<command> [<arguments>]] [-l] [-f file] [-p] -h]
    

How to check the gradle version in Android Studio?

I know this is really old and most of the folks have already answered it right. Here are at least two ways you can find out the gradle version (not the gradle plugin version) by selecting one of the following on project tab on left:

  1. Android > Gradle Scripts > gradle-wrapper.properties (Gradle Version) > distributionURL
  2. Project > .gradle > x.y.z <--- this is your gradle version

How to use jquery $.post() method to submit form values

You have to select and send the form data as well:

$("#post-btn").click(function(){        
    $.post("process.php", $("#reg-form").serialize(), function(data) {
        alert(data);
    });
});

Take a look at the documentation for the jQuery serialize method, which encodes the data from the form fields into a data-string to be sent to the server.

How to dump a table to console?

The simplest way, with circular reference handling and all:

function dump(t, indent, done)
    done = done or {}
    indent = indent or 0

    done[t] = true

    for key, value in pairs(t) do
        print(string.rep("\t", indent))

        if (type(value) == "table" and not done[value]) then
            done[value] = true
            print(key, ":\n")

            dump(value, indent + 2, done)
            done[value] = nil
        else
            print(key, "\t=\t", value, "\n")
        end
    end
end

Calculating Pearson correlation and significance in Python

You may wonder how to interpret your probability in the context of looking for a correlation in a particular direction (negative or positive correlation.) Here is a function I wrote to help with that. It might even be right!

It's based on info I gleaned from http://www.vassarstats.net/rsig.html and http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Student%27s_t_distribution, thanks to other answers posted here.

# Given (possibly random) variables, X and Y, and a correlation direction,
# returns:
#  (r, p),
# where r is the Pearson correlation coefficient, and p is the probability
# that there is no correlation in the given direction.
#
# direction:
#  if positive, p is the probability that there is no positive correlation in
#    the population sampled by X and Y
#  if negative, p is the probability that there is no negative correlation
#  if 0, p is the probability that there is no correlation in either direction
def probabilityNotCorrelated(X, Y, direction=0):
    x = len(X)
    if x != len(Y):
        raise ValueError("variables not same len: " + str(x) + ", and " + \
                         str(len(Y)))
    if x < 6:
        raise ValueError("must have at least 6 samples, but have " + str(x))
    (corr, prb_2_tail) = stats.pearsonr(X, Y)

    if not direction:
        return (corr, prb_2_tail)

    prb_1_tail = prb_2_tail / 2
    if corr * direction > 0:
        return (corr, prb_1_tail)

    return (corr, 1 - prb_1_tail)

Attach IntelliJ IDEA debugger to a running Java process

Yes! Here is how you set it up.

Run Configuration

Create a Remote run configuration:

  1. Run -> Edit Configurations...
  2. Click the "+" in the upper left
  3. Select the "Remote" option in the left-most pane
  4. Choose a name (I named mine "remote-debugging")
  5. Click "OK" to save:

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JVM Options

The configuration above provides three read-only fields. These are options that tell the JVM to open up port 5005 for remote debugging when running your application. Add the appropriate one to the JVM options of the application you are debugging. One way you might do this would be like so:

export JAVA_OPTS="-agentlib:jdwp=transport=dt_socket,server=y,suspend=n,address=5005"

But it depends on how your run your application. If you're not sure which of the three applies to you, start with the first and go down the list until you find the one that works.

You can change suspend=n to suspend=y to force your application to wait until you connect with IntelliJ before it starts up. This is helpful if the breakpoint you want to hit occurs on application startup.

Debug

Start your application as you would normally, then in IntelliJ select the new configuration and hit 'Debug'.

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IntelliJ will connect to the JVM and initiate remote debugging.

You can now debug the application by adding breakpoints to your code where desired. The output of the application will still appear wherever it did before, but your breakpoints will hit in IntelliJ.

Load JSON text into class object in c#

copy your Json and paste at textbox on http://json2csharp.com/ and click on Generate button,

A cs class will be generated use that cs file as below:

var generatedcsResponce = JsonConvert.DeserializeObject(yourJson);

where RootObject is the name of the generated cs file;

Querying date field in MongoDB with Mongoose

{ "date" : "1000000" } in your Mongo doc seems suspect. Since it's a number, it should be { date : 1000000 }

It's probably a type mismatch. Try post.findOne({date: "1000000"}, callback) and if that works, you have a typing issue.

How can I open a URL in Android's web browser from my application?

String url = "https://www.thandroid-mania.com/";
if (url.startsWith("https://") || url.startsWith("http://")) {
    Uri uri = Uri.parse(url);
    Intent intent = new Intent(Intent.ACTION_VIEW, uri);
    startActivity(intent);
}else{
    Toast.makeText(mContext, "Invalid Url", Toast.LENGTH_SHORT).show();
}

That error occurred because of invalid URL, Android OS can't find action view for your data. So you have validate that the URL is valid or not.

How to connect to SQL Server from command prompt with Windows authentication

You can use different syntax to achieve different things. If it is windows authentication you want, you could try this:

sqlcmd /S  /d  -E

If you want to use SQL Server authentication you could try this:

sqlcmd /S  /d -U -P 

Definitions:

/S = the servername/instance name. Example: Pete's Laptop/SQLSERV
/d = the database name. Example: Botlek1
-E = Windows authentication.
-U = SQL Server authentication/user. Example: Pete
-P = password that belongs to the user. Example: 1234

Hope this helps!

How to check if an object is an array?

I do this in a very simple way. Works for me. Any drawbacks?

Array.prototype.isArray = true;

a=[]; b={};
a.isArray  // true
b.isArray  // (undefined -> false)

Call a "local" function within module.exports from another function in module.exports?

You can also save a reference to module's global scope outside the (module.)exports.somemodule definition:

var _this = this;

exports.somefunction = function() {
   console.log('hello');
}

exports.someotherfunction = function() {
   _this.somefunction();
}

How do I set the default value for an optional argument in Javascript?

ES6 Update - ES6 (ES2015 specification) allows for default parameters

The following will work just fine in an ES6 (ES015) environment...

function(nodeBox, str="hai")
{
  // ...
}

What do I do when my program crashes with exception 0xc0000005 at address 0?

Problems with the stack frames could indicate stack corruption (a truely horrible beast), optimisation, or mixing frameworks such as C/C++/C#/Delphi and other craziness as that - there is no absolute standard with respect to stack frames. (Some languages do not even have them!).

So, I suggest getting slightly annoyed with the stack frame issues, ignoring it, and then just use Remy's answer.

SQL join on multiple columns in same tables

Join like this:

ON a.userid = b.sourceid AND a.listid = b.destinationid;

Laravel Eloquent: Ordering results of all()

One interesting thing is multiple order by:

according to laravel docs:

DB::table('users')
   ->orderBy('priority', 'desc')
   ->orderBy('email', 'asc')
   ->get();

this means laravel will sort result based on priority attribute. when it's done, it will order result with same priority based on email internally.

C++ correct way to return pointer to array from function

you can (sort of) return an array

instead of

int m1[5] = {1, 2, 3, 4, 5};
int m2[5] = {6, 7, 8, 9, 10};
int* m3 = test(m1, m2);

write

struct mystruct
{
  int arr[5];
};


int m1[5] = {1, 2, 3, 4, 5};
int m2[5] = {6, 7, 8, 9, 10};
mystruct m3 = test(m1,m2);

where test looks like

struct mystruct test(int m1[5], int m2[5])
{
  struct mystruct s;
  for (int i = 0; i < 5; ++i ) s.arr[i]=m1[i]+m2[i];
  return s;
}

not very efficient since one is copying it delivers a copy of the array

Using jquery to get element's position relative to viewport

I found that the answer by cballou was no longer working in Firefox as of Jan. 2014. Specifically, if (self.pageYOffset) didn't trigger if the client had scrolled right, but not down - because 0 is a falsey number. This went undetected for a while because Firefox supported document.body.scrollLeft/Top, but this is no longer working for me (on Firefox 26.0).

Here's my modified solution:

var getPageScroll = function(document_el, window_el) {
  var xScroll = 0, yScroll = 0;
  if (window_el.pageYOffset !== undefined) {
    yScroll = window_el.pageYOffset;
    xScroll = window_el.pageXOffset;
  } else if (document_el.documentElement !== undefined && document_el.documentElement.scrollTop) {
    yScroll = document_el.documentElement.scrollTop;
    xScroll = document_el.documentElement.scrollLeft;
  } else if (document_el.body !== undefined) {// all other Explorers
    yScroll = document_el.body.scrollTop;
    xScroll = document_el.body.scrollLeft;
  }
  return [xScroll,yScroll];
};

Tested and working in FF26, Chrome 31, IE11. Almost certainly works on older versions of all of them.

virtualenvwrapper and Python 3

I added export VIRTUALENV_PYTHON=/usr/bin/python3 to my ~/.bashrc like this:

export WORKON_HOME=$HOME/.virtualenvs
export VIRTUALENV_PYTHON=/usr/bin/python3
source /usr/local/bin/virtualenvwrapper.sh

then run source .bashrc

and you can specify the python version for each new env mkvirtualenv --python=python2 env_name

What are database normal forms and can you give examples?

Here's a quick, admittedly butchered response, but in a sentence:

1NF : Your table is organized as an unordered set of data, and there are no repeating columns.

2NF: You don't repeat data in one column of your table because of another column.

3NF: Every column in your table relates only to your table's key -- you wouldn't have a column in a table that describes another column in your table which isn't the key.

For more detail, see wikipedia...

How to programmatically set drawableLeft on Android button?

Try this:

((Button)btn).getCompoundDrawables()[0].setAlpha(btn.isEnabled() ? 255 : 100);

Is there an equivalent to the SUBSTRING function in MS Access SQL?

I couldn't find an off-the-shelf module that added this function, so I wrote one:

In Access, go to the Database Tools ribbon, in the Macro area click into Visual Basic. In the top left Project area, right click the name of your file and select Insert -> Module. In the module paste this:

Public Function Substring_Index(strWord As String, strDelim As String, intCount As Integer) As String

Substring_Index = delims

start = 0
test = ""

For i = 1 To intCount
    oldstart = start + 1
    start = InStr(oldstart, strWord, strDelim)
    Substring_Index = Mid(strWord, oldstart, start - oldstart)
Next i

End Function

Save the module as module1 (the default). You can now use statements like:

SELECT Substring_Index([fieldname],",",2) FROM table

Xcode warning: "Multiple build commands for output file"

Swift 3: (but also the older versions) it happen when I have assets with duplicates. Just rename the files with this issue and all go well.

It could happen also when you have made a Assets.xcassets and you have renamed the duplicates with new names so after time you forgot it and remove it to add the folder references but this one return to the duplicate files problem..

What is the difference between single and double quotes in SQL?

In ANSI SQL, double quotes quote object names (e.g. tables) which allows them to contain characters not otherwise permitted, or be the same as reserved words (Avoid this, really).

Single quotes are for strings.

However, MySQL is oblivious to the standard (unless its SQL_MODE is changed) and allows them to be used interchangably for strings.

Moreover, Sybase and Microsoft also use square brackets for identifier quoting.

So it's a bit vendor specific.

Other databases such as Postgres and IBM actually adhere to the ansi standard :)

PHP move_uploaded_file() error?

Please check that your form tag have this attribute:

enctype="multipart/form-data"

TortoiseGit save user authentication / credentials

Goto the project repo, right click -> 'Git Bash Here'

In the git bash windows type

cd ~
pwd

i get something like this

/c/Users/<windows_username>

Now copy your public and private keys to this path

C:\Users\<windows_username>\.ssh

i got the below files there

id_rsa
id_rsa.pub
known_hosts

here

Now when ever it needs to use the credentials it uses these files and prompt for password if needed.

Cannot create cache directory .. or directory is not writable. Proceeding without cache in Laravel

I had the same problem today. Try it!

sudo chown -R  [yourgroup]  /home/[youruser]/.composer/cache/repo/https---packagist.org/


sudo chown -R  [yourgroup]   /home/[youruser]/.composer/cache/files/

importing external ".txt" file in python

Import gives you access to other modules in your program. You can't decide to import a text file. If you want to read from a file that's in the same directory, you can look at this. Here's another StackOverflow post about it.

Easiest way to detect Internet connection on iOS?

I think this could help..

[[AFNetworkReachabilityManager sharedManager] startMonitoring];

if([AFNetworkReachabilityManager sharedManager].isReachable)
{
    NSLog(@"Network reachable");
}
else
{   
   NSLog(@"Network not reachable");
}

How to save all console output to file in R?

If you are able to use the bash shell, you can consider simply running the R code from within a bash script and piping the stdout and stderr streams to a file. Here is an example using a heredoc:

File: test.sh

#!/bin/bash
# this is a bash script
echo "Hello World, this is bash"

test1=$(echo "This is a test")

echo "Here is some R code:"

Rscript --slave --no-save --no-restore - "$test1" <<EOF
  ## R code
  cat("\nHello World, this is R\n")
  args <- commandArgs(TRUE)
  bash_message<-args[1]
  cat("\nThis is a message from bash:\n")
  cat("\n",paste0(bash_message),"\n")
EOF

# end of script 

Then when you run the script with both stderr and stdout piped to a log file:

$ chmod +x test.sh
$ ./test.sh
$ ./test.sh &>test.log
$ cat test.log
Hello World, this is bash
Here is some R code:

Hello World, this is R

This is a message from bash:

 This is a test

Other things to look at for this would be to try simply pipping the stdout and stderr right from the R heredoc into a log file; I haven't tried this yet but it will probably work too.

The localhost page isn’t working localhost is currently unable to handle this request. HTTP ERROR 500

I was using CakePHP and I was seeing this error:

This page isn’t working
localhost is currently unable to handle this request.
HTTP ERROR 500

I went to see the CakePHP Debug Level defined at app\config\core.php:

/**
 * CakePHP Debug Level:
 *
 * Production Mode:
 *  0: No error messages, errors, or warnings shown. Flash messages redirect.
 *
 * Development Mode:
 *  1: Errors and warnings shown, model caches refreshed, flash messages halted.
 *  2: As in 1, but also with full debug messages and SQL output.
 *  3: As in 2, but also with full controller dump.
 *
 * In production mode, flash messages redirect after a time interval.
 * In development mode, you need to click the flash message to continue.
 */
Configure::write('debug', 0);

I chanted the value from 0 to 1:

Configure::write('debug', 1);

After this change, when trying to reload the page again, I saw the corresponding error:

Fatal error: Uncaught Exception: Facebook needs the CURL PHP extension.

Conclusion: The solution in my case to see the errors was to change the CakePHP Debug Level from 0 to 1 in order to show errors and warnings.

Java 6 Unsupported major.minor version 51.0

I ran into the same problem. I use jdk 1.8 and maven 3.3.9 Once I export JAVA_HOME, I did not see this error. export JAVA_HOME=/Library/Java/JavaVirtualMachines/jdk1.8.0_121.jdk/Contents/Home/

How to manually include external aar package using new Gradle Android Build System

Please follow below steps to get it working ( I have tested it up to Android Studio 2.2)

Lets say you have kept aar file in libs folder. ( assume file name is cards.aar )

then in app build.gradle specify following and click sync project with Gradle files. Open Project level build.gradle and add flatDir{dirs 'libs'} like did below

allprojects {
   repositories {
      jcenter()
      flatDir {
        dirs 'libs'
      }
   }
}

and now open app level build.grdle file and add .aar file

    dependencies {
       implementation(name:'cards', ext:'aar')
}

If everything goes well you will see library entry is made in build -> exploded-aar

Also note that if you are importing a .aar file from another project that has dependencies you'll need to include these in your build.gradle, too.

Obtain form input fields using jQuery?

Same solution as given by nickf, but with array input names taken into account eg

<input type="text" name="array[]" />

values = {};
$("#something :input").each(function() {
  if (this.name.search(/\[\]/) > 0) //search for [] in name
  {
    if (typeof values[this.name] != "undefined") {
      values[this.name] = values[this.name].concat([$(this).val()])
    } else {
      values[this.name] = [$(this).val()];
    }
  } else {
    values[this.name] = $(this).val();
  }
});

How to append to New Line in Node.js

Use the os.EOL constant instead.

var os = require("os");

function processInput ( text ) 
{     
  fs.open('H://log.txt', 'a', 666, function( e, id ) {
   fs.write( id, text + os.EOL, null, 'utf8', function(){
    fs.close(id, function(){
     console.log('file is updated');
    });
   });
  });
 }

PHP CSV string to array

You should use fgetcsv. Since you cannot import a file as a stream because the csv is a variable, then you should spoof the string as a file by using php://temp or php://memory first:

$fp = fopen("php://temp", 'r+');
fputs($fp, $csvText);
rewind($fp);

Then you will have no problem using fgetcsv:

$csv = [];
while ( ($data = fgetcsv($fp) ) !== FALSE ) {
    $csv[] = $data;
}

$data will be an array of a single csv line (which may include line breaks or commas, etc), as it should be.

Caveat: The memory limit of php://temp can be controlled by appending /maxmemory:NN, where NN is the maximum amount of data to keep in memory before using a temporary file, in bytes. (the default is 2 MB) http://www.php.net/manual/en/wrappers.php.php

What is the best way to add a value to an array in state

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     const { arr } = this.state;_x000D_
     let tempArr = [...arr];_x000D_
     tempArr.push('newvalue');_x000D_
     this.setState({_x000D_
       arr: tempArr_x000D_
    });_x000D_
}
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<script src="https://cdnjs.cloudflare.com/ajax/libs/react-dom/16.6.3/umd/react-dom.production.min.js"></script>
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Permission denied on accessing host directory in Docker

See this Project Atomic blog post about Volumes and SELinux for the full story.

Specifically:

This got easier recently since Docker finally merged a patch which will be showing up in docker-1.7 (We have been carrying the patch in docker-1.6 on RHEL, CentOS, and Fedora).

This patch adds support for "z" and "Z" as options on the volume mounts (-v).

For example:

docker run -v /var/db:/var/db:z rhel7 /bin/sh

Will automatically do the chcon -Rt svirt_sandbox_file_t /var/db described in the man page.

Even better, you can use Z.

docker run -v /var/db:/var/db:Z rhel7 /bin/sh

This will label the content inside the container with the exact MCS label that the container will run with, basically it runs chcon -Rt svirt_sandbox_file_t -l s0:c1,c2 /var/db where s0:c1,c2 differs for each container.

Why does flexbox stretch my image rather than retaining aspect ratio?

I faced the same issue with a Foundation menu. align-self: center; didn't work for me.

My solution was to wrap the image with a <div style="display: inline-table;">...</div>

Only local connections are allowed Chrome and Selenium webdriver

  1. Check the version of your installed Chrome browser.

  2. Download the compatible version of ChromeDriver from

    https://sites.google.com/a/chromium.org/chromedriver/

  3. Set the location of the compatible ChromeDriver to:

     System.setProperty("webdriver.chrome.driver", "C:\\Users\\your_path\\chromedriver.exe");
    
  4. Run the Test again.

It should be good now.

PHP mPDF save file as PDF

This can be done like this. It worked fine for me. And also set the directory permissions to 777 or 775 if not set.

ob_clean();
$mpdf->Output('directory_name/pdf_file_name.pdf', 'F');

Reading file contents on the client-side in javascript in various browsers

Happy coding!
If you get an error on Internet Explorer, Change the security settings to allow ActiveX

var CallBackFunction = function(content) {
  alert(content);
}
ReadFileAllBrowsers(document.getElementById("file_upload"), CallBackFunction);
//Tested in Mozilla Firefox browser, Chrome
function ReadFileAllBrowsers(FileElement, CallBackFunction) {
  try {
    var file = FileElement.files[0];
    var contents_ = "";

    if (file) {
      var reader = new FileReader();
      reader.readAsText(file, "UTF-8");
      reader.onload = function(evt) {
        CallBackFunction(evt.target.result);
      }
      reader.onerror = function(evt) {
        alert("Error reading file");
      }
    }
  } catch (Exception) {
    var fall_back = ieReadFile(FileElement.value);
    if (fall_back != false) {
      CallBackFunction(fall_back);
    }
  }
}
///Reading files with Internet Explorer
function ieReadFile(filename) {
  try {
    var fso = new ActiveXObject("Scripting.FileSystemObject");
    var fh = fso.OpenTextFile(filename, 1);
    var contents = fh.ReadAll();
    fh.Close();
    return contents;
  } catch (Exception) {
    alert(Exception);
    return false;
  }
}

Adding a right click menu to an item

Having just messed around with this, it's useful to kjnow that the e.X / e.Y points are relative to the control, so if (as I was) you are adding a context menu to a listview or something similar, you will want to adjust it with the form's origin. In the example below I've added 20 to the x/y so that the menu appears slightly to the right and under the cursor.

cmDelete.Show(this, new Point(e.X + ((Control)sender).Left+20, e.Y + ((Control)sender).Top+20));

Create a file from a ByteArrayOutputStream

You can use a FileOutputStream for this.

FileOutputStream fos = null;
try {
    fos = new FileOutputStream(new File("myFile")); 
    ByteArrayOutputStream baos = new ByteArrayOutputStream();

    // Put data in your baos

    baos.writeTo(fos);
} catch(IOException ioe) {
    // Handle exception here
    ioe.printStackTrace();
} finally {
    fos.close();
}

How to get thread id of a pthread in linux c program?

You can use pthread_self()

The parent gets to know the thread id after the pthread_create() is executed sucessfully, but while executing the thread if we want to access the thread id we have to use the function pthread_self().

How can I undo a `git commit` locally and on a remote after `git push`

Alternatively:

git push origin +364705c23011b0fc6a7ca2d80c86cef4a7c4db7ac8^:master

Force the master branch of the origin remote repository to the parent of last commit

Get values from label using jQuery

Try this:

var label = $('#currentMonth').text()

Bootstrap 4 datapicker.js not included

Maybe you want to try this: https://bootstrap-datepicker.readthedocs.org/en/latest/index.html

It's a flexible datepicker widget in the Bootstrap style.

Display alert message and redirect after click on accept

This way it works`

   if ($result_array)
    to_excel($result_array->result_array(), $xls,$campos);
else {
    echo "<script>alert('There are no fields to generate a report');</script>";
    echo "<script>redirect('admin/ahm/panel'); </script>";
}`

What does 'corrupted double-linked list' mean

A coworker got this error and found out that somewhere int the code he did this mistake on an element of the list:

 std::string listElement = listElement = someObject.getName();

obviously instead of :

 std::string listElement = someObject.getName();

It seems unrelated, but the error was here at every run, we could reproduce it after cleaning everything, and changing only this line solved the problem.

Hope it helps someone one day....

How to convert Strings to and from UTF8 byte arrays in Java

Reader reader = new BufferedReader(
    new InputStreamReader(
        new ByteArrayInputStream(
            string.getBytes(StandardCharsets.UTF_8)), StandardCharsets.UTF_8));

How to use dashes in HTML-5 data-* attributes in ASP.NET MVC

In mvc 4 Could be rendered with Underscore(" _ ")

Razor:

@Html.ActionLink("Vote", "#", new { id = item.FileId, }, new { @class = "votes", data_fid = item.FileId, data_jid = item.JudgeID, })

Rendered Html

<a class="votes" data-fid="18587" data-jid="9" href="/Home/%23/18587">Vote</a>

How can I remove the first line of a text file using bash/sed script?

You can edit the files in place: Just use perl's -i flag, like this:

perl -ni -e 'print unless $. == 1' filename.txt

This makes the first line disappear, as you ask. Perl will need to read and copy the entire file, but it arranges for the output to be saved under the name of the original file.

Most efficient way to check if a file is empty in Java on Windows

String line = br.readLine();
String[] splitted = line.split("anySplitCharacter");
if(splitted.length == 0)
    //file is empty
else
    //file is not empty

I had the same problem with my text file. Although it was empty, the value being returned by the readLine method was not null. Therefore, I tried to assign its value to the String array which I was using to access the splitted attributes of my data. It did work for me. Try this out and tell me if it works for u as well.

Which ORM should I use for Node.js and MySQL?

I would choose Sequelize because of it's excellent documentation. It's just a honest opinion (I never really used MySQL with Node that much).

How to change text transparency in HTML/CSS?

try to play around with mix-blend-mode: multiply;

color: white;
background: black;
mix-blend-mode: multiply;

MDN

tutorial

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

Spark 1.6+

sc.getConf.getAll.foreach(println)

Using grep to search for a string that has a dot in it

You can also search with -- option which basically ignores all the special characters and it won't be interpreted by grep.

$ cat foo |grep -- "0\.49"

Set a Fixed div to 100% width of the parent container

How about this?

$( document ).ready(function() {
    $('#fixed').width($('#wrap').width());
});

By using jquery you can set any kind of width :)

EDIT: As stated by dream in the comments, using JQuery just for this effect is pointless and even counter productive. I made this example for people who use JQuery for other stuff on their pages and consider using it for this part also. I apologize for any inconvenience my answer caused.

SSLHandshakeException: No subject alternative names present

Unlike some browsers, Java follows the HTTPS specification strictly when it comes to the server identity verification (RFC 2818, Section 3.1) and IP addresses.

When using a host name, it's possible to fall back to the Common Name in the Subject DN of the server certificate, instead of using the Subject Alternative Name.

When using an IP address, there must be a Subject Alternative Name entry (of type IP address, not DNS name) in the certificate.

You'll find more details about the specification and how to generate such a certificate in this answer.

How to manage a redirect request after a jQuery Ajax call

I know this topic is old, but I'll give yet another approach I've found and previously described here. Basically I'm using ASP.MVC with WIF (but this is not really important for the context of this topic - answer is adequate no matter which frameworks are used. The clue stays unchanged - dealing with issues related to authentication failures while performing ajax requests).

The approach shown below can be applied to all ajax requests out of the box (if they do not redefine beforeSend event obviously).

$.ajaxSetup({
    beforeSend: checkPulse,
    error: function (XMLHttpRequest, textStatus, errorThrown) {
        document.open();
        document.write(XMLHttpRequest.responseText);
        document.close();
    }
});

Before any ajax request is performed CheckPulse method is invoked (the controller method which can be anything simplest):

[Authorize]
public virtual void CheckPulse() {}

If user is not authenticated (token has expired) such method cannot be accessed (protected by Authorize attribute). Because the framework handles authentication, while token expires, it puts http status 302 to the response. If you don't want your browser to handle 302 response transparently, catch it in Global.asax and change response status - for example to 200 OK. Additionally, add header, which instructs you to process such response in special way (later at the client side):

protected void Application_EndRequest()
{
    if (Context.Response.StatusCode == 302
        && (new HttpContextWrapper(Context)).Request.IsAjaxRequest())
    {                
        Context.Response.StatusCode = 200;
        Context.Response.AddHeader("REQUIRES_AUTH", "1");
    }
}

Finally at the client side check for such custom header. If present - full redirection to logon page should be done (in my case window.location is replaced by url from request which is handled automatically by my framework).

function checkPulse(XMLHttpRequest) {
    var location = window.location.href;
    $.ajax({
        url: "/Controller/CheckPulse",
        type: 'GET',
        async: false,
        beforeSend: null,
        success:
            function (result, textStatus, xhr) {
                if (xhr.getResponseHeader('REQUIRES_AUTH') === '1') {
                    XMLHttpRequest.abort(); // terminate further ajax execution
                    window.location = location;
                }
            }
    });
}

relative path to CSS file

Background

Absolute: The browser will always interpret / as the root of the hostname. For example, if my site was http://google.com/ and I specified /css/images.css then it would search for that at http://google.com/css/images.css. If your project root was actually at /myproject/ it would not find the css file. Therefore, you need to determine where your project folder root is relative to the hostname, and specify that in your href notation.

Relative: If you want to reference something you know is in the same path on the url - that is, if it is in the same folder, for example http://mysite.com/myUrlPath/index.html and http://mysite.com/myUrlPath/css/style.css, and you know that it will always be this way, you can go against convention and specify a relative path by not putting a leading / in front of your path, for example, css/style.css.

Filesystem Notations: Additionally, you can use standard filesystem notations like ... If you do http://google.com/images/../images/../images/myImage.png it would be the same as http://google.com/images/myImage.png. If you want to reference something that is one directory up from your file, use ../myFile.css.


Your Specific Case

In your case, you have two options:

  • <link rel="stylesheet" type="text/css" href="/ServletApp/css/styles.css"/>
  • <link rel="stylesheet" type="text/css" href="css/styles.css"/>

The first will be more concrete and compatible if you move things around, however if you are planning to keep the file in the same location, and you are planning to remove the /ServletApp/ part of the URL, then the second solution is better.

Get driving directions using Google Maps API v2

You can also try the following project that aims to help use that api. It's here:https://github.com/MathiasSeguy-Android2EE/GDirectionsApiUtils

How it works, definitly simply:

public class MainActivity extends ActionBarActivity implements DCACallBack{
/**
 * Get the Google Direction between mDevice location and the touched location using the     Walk
 * @param point
 */
private void getDirections(LatLng point) {
     GDirectionsApiUtils.getDirection(this, mDeviceLatlong, point,     GDirectionsApiUtils.MODE_WALKING);
}

/*
 * The callback
 * When the direction is built from the google server and parsed, this method is called and give you the expected direction
 */
@Override
public void onDirectionLoaded(List<GDirection> directions) {        
    // Display the direction or use the DirectionsApiUtils
    for(GDirection direction:directions) {
        Log.e("MainActivity", "onDirectionLoaded : Draw GDirections Called with path " + directions);
        GDirectionsApiUtils.drawGDirection(direction, mMap);
    }
}

Calculating Distance between two Latitude and Longitude GeoCoordinates

Try this:

    public double getDistance(GeoCoordinate p1, GeoCoordinate p2)
    {
        double d = p1.Latitude * 0.017453292519943295;
        double num3 = p1.Longitude * 0.017453292519943295;
        double num4 = p2.Latitude * 0.017453292519943295;
        double num5 = p2.Longitude * 0.017453292519943295;
        double num6 = num5 - num3;
        double num7 = num4 - d;
        double num8 = Math.Pow(Math.Sin(num7 / 2.0), 2.0) + ((Math.Cos(d) * Math.Cos(num4)) * Math.Pow(Math.Sin(num6 / 2.0), 2.0));
        double num9 = 2.0 * Math.Atan2(Math.Sqrt(num8), Math.Sqrt(1.0 - num8));
        return (6376500.0 * num9);
    }

Python & Matplotlib: Make 3D plot interactive in Jupyter Notebook

For 3-D visualization pythreejs is the best way to go probably in the notebook. It leverages the interactive widget infrastructure of the notebook, so connection between the JS and python is seamless.

A more advanced library is bqplot which is a d3-based interactive viz library for the iPython notebook, but it only does 2D

How to change a single value in a NumPy array?

Is this what you are after? Just index the element and assign a new value.

A[2,1]=150

A
Out[345]: 
array([[ 1,  2,  3,  4],
       [ 5,  6,  7,  8],
       [ 9, 150, 11, 12],
       [13, 14, 15, 16]])

Validate IPv4 address in Java

Use Guava's

InetAddresses.isInetAddress(ipStr)

Copy directory contents into a directory with python

You can also use glob2 to recursively collect all paths (using ** subfolders wildcard) and then use shutil.copyfile, saving the paths

glob2 link: https://code.activestate.com/pypm/glob2/

Difference between CR LF, LF and CR line break types?

It's really just about which bytes are stored in a file. CR is a bytecode for carriage return (from the days of typewriters) and LF similarly, for line feed. It just refers to the bytes that are placed as end-of-line markers.

Way more information, as always, on wikipedia.

"unadd" a file to svn before commit

Use svn revert --recursive folder_name


Warning

svn revert is inherently dangerous, since its entire purpose is to throw away data — namely, your uncommitted changes. Once you've reverted, Subversion provides no way to get back those uncommitted changes.

http://svnbook.red-bean.com/en/1.7/svn.ref.svn.c.revert.html

How can I get stock quotes using Google Finance API?

Edit: the api call has been removed by google. so it is no longer functioning.

Agree with Pareshkumar's answer. Now there is a python wrapper googlefinance for the url call.

Install googlefinance

$pip install googlefinance

It is easy to get current stock price:

>>> from googlefinance import getQuotes
>>> import json
>>> print json.dumps(getQuotes('AAPL'), indent=2)
[
  {
    "Index": "NASDAQ", 
    "LastTradeWithCurrency": "129.09", 
    "LastTradeDateTime": "2015-03-02T16:04:29Z", 
    "LastTradePrice": "129.09", 
    "Yield": "1.46", 
    "LastTradeTime": "4:04PM EST", 
    "LastTradeDateTimeLong": "Mar 2, 4:04PM EST", 
    "Dividend": "0.47", 
    "StockSymbol": "AAPL", 
    "ID": "22144"
  }
]

Google finance is a source that provides real-time stock data. There are also other APIs from yahoo, such as yahoo-finance, but they are delayed by 15min for NYSE and NASDAQ stocks.

VBScript -- Using error handling

VBScript has no notion of throwing or catching exceptions, but the runtime provides a global Err object that contains the results of the last operation performed. You have to explicitly check whether the Err.Number property is non-zero after each operation.

On Error Resume Next

DoStep1

If Err.Number <> 0 Then
  WScript.Echo "Error in DoStep1: " & Err.Description
  Err.Clear
End If

DoStep2

If Err.Number <> 0 Then
  WScript.Echo "Error in DoStop2:" & Err.Description
  Err.Clear
End If

'If you no longer want to continue following an error after that block's completed,
'call this.
On Error Goto 0

The "On Error Goto [label]" syntax is supported by Visual Basic and Visual Basic for Applications (VBA), but VBScript doesn't support this language feature so you have to use On Error Resume Next as described above.

How to convert string date to Timestamp in java?

Use capital HH to get hour of day format, instead of am/pm hours

How to overwrite existing files in batch?

If destination file is read only use /y/r

xcopy /y/r source.txt dest.txt

How to Consume WCF Service with Android

To get started with WCF, it might be easiest to just use the default SOAP format and HTTP POST (rather than GET) for the web-service bindings. The easiest HTTP binding to get working is "basicHttpBinding". Here is an example of what the ServiceContract/OperationContract might look like for your login service:

[ServiceContract(Namespace="http://mycompany.com/LoginService")]
public interface ILoginService
{
    [OperationContract]
    string Login(string username, string password);
}

The implementation of the service could look like this:

public class LoginService : ILoginService
{
    public string Login(string username, string password)
    {
        // Do something with username, password to get/create sessionId
        // string sessionId = "12345678";
        string sessionId = OperationContext.Current.SessionId;

        return sessionId;
    }
}

You can host this as a windows service using a ServiceHost, or you can host it in IIS like a normal ASP.NET web (service) application. There are a lot of tutorials out there for both of these.

The WCF service config might look like this:

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


    <system.serviceModel>
        <behaviors>
            <serviceBehaviors>
                <behavior name="LoginServiceBehavior">
                    <serviceMetadata />
                </behavior>
            </serviceBehaviors>
        </behaviors>

        <services>
            <service name="WcfTest.LoginService"
                     behaviorConfiguration="LoginServiceBehavior" >
                <host>
                    <baseAddresses>
                        <add baseAddress="http://somesite.com:55555/LoginService/" />
                    </baseAddresses>
                </host>
                <endpoint name="LoginService"
                          address=""
                          binding="basicHttpBinding"
                          contract="WcfTest.ILoginService" />

                <endpoint name="LoginServiceMex"
                          address="mex"
                          binding="mexHttpBinding"
                          contract="IMetadataExchange" />
            </service>
        </services>
    </system.serviceModel>
</configuration>

(The MEX stuff is optional for production, but is needed for testing with WcfTestClient.exe, and for exposing the service meta-data).

You'll have to modify your Java code to POST a SOAP message to the service. WCF can be a little picky when inter-operating with non-WCF clients, so you'll have to mess with the POST headers a little to get it to work. Once you get this running, you can then start to investigate security for the login (might need to use a different binding to get better security), or possibly using WCF REST to allow for logins with a GET rather than SOAP/POST.

Here is an example of what the HTTP POST should look like from the Java code. There is a tool called "Fiddler" that can be really useful for debugging web-services.

POST /LoginService HTTP/1.1
Content-Type: text/xml; charset=utf-8
SOAPAction: "http://mycompany.com/LoginService/ILoginService/Login"
Host: somesite.com:55555
Content-Length: 216
Expect: 100-continue
Connection: Keep-Alive

<s:Envelope xmlns:s="http://schemas.xmlsoap.org/soap/envelope/">
<s:Body>
<Login xmlns="http://mycompany.com/LoginService">
<username>Blah</username>
<password>Blah2</password>
</Login>
</s:Body>
</s:Envelope>

How to change colour of blue highlight on select box dropdown

i just found this site that give a cool themes for the select box http://gregfranko.com/jquery.selectBoxIt.js/

and you can try this themes if your problem with the overall look blue - yellow - grey

DateTime format to SQL format using C#

The correct answer was already given "use parameters". Formatting a date and passing it as a string to SQL-Server can lead to errors as it depends on the settings how the date is interpreted on the server side. In europe, we write '1.12.2012' to indicate december 1st 2012, whereas in other countries this might be treated as january 12th.

When issuing statements directly in SSMS I use the format yyyymmdd which seem to be quite general. I did not encounter any problems on the various installations I worked on so far.

There is another seldom used format, which is a bit weird but works for all versions:

select { d '2013-10-01' }

will return the first of october 2013.

select { ts '2013-10-01 13:45:01' }

will return october 1st, 1:45:01 PM

I strongly advice to use parameters and never format your own SQL code by pasting together homegrown formatted statement fragments. It is an entry for SQL injection and strange errors (formatting a float value is another potential issue)

jQuery $.ajax(), pass success data into separate function

Although I am not 100% sure what you want (probably my brain is slow today), here is an example of a similar use to what you describe:

function GetProcedureById(procedureId)
{
    var includeMaster = true;
    pString = '{"procedureId":"' + procedureId.toString() + '","includeMaster":"' + includeMaster.toString() + '"}';
    $.ajax({
        type: "POST",
        contentType: "application/json; charset=utf-8",
        data: pString,
        datatype: "json",
        dataFilter: function(data)
        {
            var msg;
            if (typeof (JSON) !== 'undefined' &&
                    typeof (JSON.parse) === 'function')
                msg = JSON.parse(data);
            else
                msg = eval('(' + data + ')');
            if (msg.hasOwnProperty('d'))
                return msg.d;
            else
                return msg;
        },
        url: "webservice/ProcedureCodesService.asmx/GetProcedureById",
        success: function(msg)
        {
            LoadProcedure(msg);
        },
        failure: function(msg)
        {
            // $("#sometextplace").text("Procedure did not load");
        }
    });
};
/* build the Procedure option list */
function LoadProcedure(jdata)
{
    if (jdata.length < 10)
    {
        $("select#cptIcdProcedureSelect").attr('size', jdata.length);
    }
    else
    {
        $("select#cptIcdProcedureSelect").attr('size', '10');
    };
    var options = '';
    for (var i = 0; i < jdata.length; i++)
    {
        options += '<option value="' + jdata[i].Description + '">' + jdata[i].Description + ' (' + jdata[i].ProcedureCode + ')' + '</option>';
    };
    $("select#cptIcdProcedureSelect").html(options);
};

How do I read a text file of about 2 GB?

WordPad will open any text file no matter the size. However, it has limited capabilities as compared to a text editor.

UL or DIV vertical scrollbar

You need to set a height on the DIV. Otherwise it will keep expanding indefinitely.

Android Studio was unable to find a valid Jvm (Related to MAC OS)

You can implement the STUDIO_JDK solution using your user's launch agents. This involves creating one plist file in your LaunchAgents directory, located at ~/Library/LaunchAgents

Create a new file, ~/Library/LaunchAgents/UNIQUE_KEY.plist, where UNIQUE_KEY is just an identifier. I use com.username.androidstudio.

Copy the following text into your new plist file and modify it according the instructions below.

<?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8"?>
<!DOCTYPE plist PUBLIC "-//Apple Computer//DTD PLIST 1.0//EN" "http://www.apple.com/DTDs/PropertyList-1.0.dtd">
<plist version="1.0">
<dict>
   <key>Label</key>
   <string>UNIQUE_KEY</string>
   <key>ProgramArguments</key>
   <array>
      <string>sh</string>
      <string>-c</string>
      <string>launchctl setenv STUDIO_JDK /Library/Java/JavaVirtualMachines/jdk1.7.0_71.jdk</string>
   </array>
   <key>RunAtLoad</key>
   <true/>
</dict>
</plist>

You will need to make two modifications:

  1. Change UNIQUE_KEY to match your filename (without the .plist extension).
  2. Verify your JDK path is correct and change if necessary. I'm using 7u71 in this example.

This is the same underlying solution as Antonio Jose's answer. It sets the STUDIO_JDK environment variable based on the Android Studio version 1.0 RC3 release notes. This solution uses the LaunchAgents directory rather than AppleScript to set the environment variable. As such it is mostly a difference in how your order and organize your system and environment variables.

Unsigned keyword in C++

Does the unsigned keyword default to a data type in C++

Yes,signed and unsigned may also be used as standalone type specifiers

The integer data types char, short, long and int can be either signed or unsigned depending on the range of numbers needed to be represented. Signed types can represent both positive and negative values, whereas unsigned types can only represent positive values (and zero).

An unsigned integer containing n bits can have a value between 0 and 2n - 1 (which is 2n different values).

However,signed and unsigned may also be used as standalone type specifiers, meaning the same as signed int and unsigned int respectively. The following two declarations are equivalent:

unsigned NextYear;
unsigned int NextYear;

Why doesn't importing java.util.* include Arrays and Lists?

Take a look at this forum http://htmlcoderhelper.com/why-is-using-a-wild-card-with-a-java-import-statement-bad/. Theres a discussion on how using wildcards can lead to conflicts if you add new classes to the packages and if there are two classes with the same name in different packages where only one of them will be imported.

Update


It gives that warning because your the line should actually be

List<Integer> i = new ArrayList<Integer>(Arrays.asList(0,1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8,9,10));
List<Integer> j = new ArrayList<Integer>();

You need to specify the type for array list or the compiler will give that warning because it cannot identify that you are using the list in a type safe way.

jQuery add class .active on menu

Get the LI elments, loop through, check the HREF:

$('.menu').find('a').each(function() {
    if($(this).attr('href').indexOf('www.xyz.com/other/link1/')>0) {
          $(this).addClass('active');
    }
})

pip install - locale.Error: unsupported locale setting

While you can set the locale exporting an env variable, you will have to do that every time you start a session. Setting a locale this way will solve the problem permanently:

sudo apt-get install locales
sudo locale-gen en_US.UTF-8
sudo echo "LANG=en_US.UTF-8" > /etc/default/locale

In Spring MVC, how can I set the mime type header when using @ResponseBody

You may not be able to do it with @ResponseBody, but something like this should work:

package xxx;

import java.io.ByteArrayOutputStream;
import java.io.IOException;

import javax.servlet.http.HttpServletResponse;

import org.springframework.stereotype.Controller;
import org.springframework.web.bind.annotation.RequestMapping;
import org.springframework.web.bind.annotation.RequestMethod;

@Controller
public class FooBar {
  @RequestMapping(value="foo/bar", method = RequestMethod.GET)
  public void fooBar(HttpServletResponse response) throws IOException {
    ByteArrayOutputStream out = new ByteArrayOutputStream();
    out.write(myService.getJson().getBytes());
    response.setContentType("application/json");
    response.setContentLength(out.size());
    response.getOutputStream().write(out.toByteArray());
    response.getOutputStream().flush();
  }
}

Remove items from one list in another

I would recommend using the LINQ extension methods. You can easily do it with one line of code like so:

list2 = list2.Except(list1).ToList();

This is assuming of course the objects in list1 that you are removing from list2 are the same instance.

What's the best practice using a settings file in Python?

You can have a regular Python module, say config.py, like this:

truck = dict(
    color = 'blue',
    brand = 'ford',
)
city = 'new york'
cabriolet = dict(
    color = 'black',
    engine = dict(
        cylinders = 8,
        placement = 'mid',
    ),
    doors = 2,
)

and use it like this:

import config
print(config.truck['color'])  

How do I programmatically force an onchange event on an input?

In jQuery I mostly use:

$("#element").trigger("change");

WiX tricks and tips

Including COM Objects:

heat generates all most (if not all) the registry entries and other configuration needed for them. Rejoice!

Including Managed COM Objects (aka, .NET or C# COM objects)

Using heat on a managed COM object will give you an almost complete wix document.

If you don't need the library available in the GAC (ie, globally available: MOST of the time you do not need this with your .NET assemblies anyway - you've probably done something wrong at this point if it's not intended to be a shared library) you will want to make sure to update the CodeBase registry key to be set to [#ComponentName]. If you ARE planning on installing it to the GAC (eg, you've made some new awesome common library that everyone will want to use) you must remove this entry, and add two new attributes to the File element: Assembly and KeyPath. Assembly should be set to ".net" and KeyPath should be set to "yes".

However, some environments (especially anything with managed memory such as scripting languages) will need access to the Typelib as well. Make sure to run heat on your typelib and include it. heat will generate all the needed registry keys. How cool is that?

Run Batch File On Start-up

If your Windows language is different from English, you can launch the Task Scheduler by

  1. Press Windows+X
  2. Select your language translation of "Computer Management"
  3. Follow the instruction in the answer provided by prankin

How to paste yanked text into the Vim command line

If you have two values yanked into two different registers (for example register a and register b) then you can simply set a variable c and do the operation on it.

For example, :set c = str2float(@a) + str2float(@b) and then you can paste the content of c anywhere.

For example whilst in INSERT mode, CTRL + R then type = to enter into the expression register and just type c after equal sign and hit ENTER. Done you should now have the total of a and b registers.

All these can be recorded in a macro and repeated over!

The str2float function is used if you are working with floats, if you don't, you will get integers instead.

I am not sure if this is idiomatic but it worked for my case where I needed to add 2 numbers in a row and repeat it for 500 more lines.

How to set data attributes in HTML elements

HTML

<div id="mydiv" data-myval="10"></div>

JS

var a = $('#mydiv').data('myval'); //getter

$('#mydiv').data('myval',20); //setter

Demo

Reference

From the reference:

jQuery itself uses the .data() method to save information under the names 'events' and 'handle', and also reserves any data name starting with an underscore ('_') for internal use.

It should be noted that jQuery's data() doesn't change the data attribute in HTML.

So, if you need to change the data attribute in HTML, you should use .attr() instead.

HTML

<div id="outer">
    <div id="mydiv" data-myval="10"></div>
</div>

?JS:

alert($('#outer').html());   // alerts <div id="mydiv" data-myval="10"> </div>
var a = $('#mydiv').data('myval'); //getter
$('#mydiv').attr("data-myval","20"); //setter
alert($('#outer').html());   //alerts <div id="mydiv" data-myval="20"> </div>

See this demo

How to check if an array is empty?

Your problem is that you are NOT testing the length of the array until it is too late.

But I just want to point out that the way to solve this problem is to READ THE STACK TRACE.

The exception message will clearly tell you are trying to create an array with length -1, and the trace will tell you exactly which line of your code is doing this. The rest is simple logic ... working back to why the length you are using is -1.

Angular, Http GET with parameter?

For Angular 9+ You can add headers and params directly without the key-value notion:

const headers = new HttpHeaders().append('header', 'value');
const params = new HttpParams().append('param', 'value');
this.http.get('url', {headers, params}); 

How to create a SQL Server function to "join" multiple rows from a subquery into a single delimited field?

VERSION NOTE: You must be using SQL Server 2005 or greater with Compatibility Level set to 90 or greater for this solution.

See this MSDN article for the first example of creating a user-defined aggregate function that concatenates a set of string values taken from a column in a table.

My humble recommendation would be to leave out the appended comma so you can use your own ad-hoc delimiter, if any.

Referring to the C# version of Example 1:

change:  this.intermediateResult.Append(value.Value).Append(',');
    to:  this.intermediateResult.Append(value.Value);

And

change:  output = this.intermediateResult.ToString(0, this.intermediateResult.Length - 1);
    to:  output = this.intermediateResult.ToString();

That way when you use your custom aggregate, you can opt to use your own delimiter, or none at all, such as:

SELECT dbo.CONCATENATE(column1 + '|') from table1

NOTE: Be careful about the amount of the data you attempt to process in your aggregate. If you try to concatenate thousands of rows or many very large datatypes you may get a .NET Framework error stating "[t]he buffer is insufficient."

How to determine if a decimal/double is an integer?

You can use String formatting for the double type. Here is an example:

double val = 58.6547;
String.Format("{0:0.##}", val);      
//Output: "58.65"

double val = 58.6;
String.Format("{0:0.##}", val);      
//Output: "58.6"

double val = 58.0;
String.Format("{0:0.##}", val);      
//Output: "58"

Let me know if this doesn't help.

Using CMake with GNU Make: How can I see the exact commands?

Or simply export VERBOSE environment variable on the shell like this: export VERBOSE=1

How to customize the background/border colors of a grouped table view cell?

One thing I ran into with the above CustomCellBackgroundView code from Mike Akers which might be useful to others:

cell.backgroundView doesn't get automatically redrawn when cells are reused, and changes to the backgroundView's position var don't affect reused cells. That means long tables will have incorrectly drawn cell.backgroundViews given their positions.

To fix this without having to create a new backgroundView every time a row is displayed, call [cell.backgroundView setNeedsDisplay] at the end of your -[UITableViewController tableView:cellForRowAtIndexPath:]. Or for a more reusable solution, override CustomCellBackgroundView's position setter to include a [self setNeedsDisplay].

Convert timestamp to readable date/time PHP

echo date("l M j, Y",$res1['timep']);
This is really good for converting a unix timestamp to a readable date along with day. Example: Thursday Jul 7, 2016

Can't specify the 'async' modifier on the 'Main' method of a console app

Newest version of C# - C# 7.1 allows to create async console app. To enable C# 7.1 in project, you have to upgrade your VS to at least 15.3, and change C# version to C# 7.1 or C# latest minor version. To do this, go to Project properties -> Build -> Advanced -> Language version.

After this, following code will work:

internal class Program
{
    public static async Task Main(string[] args)
    {
         (...)
    }

Better way of getting time in milliseconds in javascript?

I know this is a pretty old thread, but to keep things up to date and more relevant, you can use the more accurate performance.now() functionality to get finer grain timing in javascript.

window.performance = window.performance || {};
performance.now = (function() {
    return performance.now       ||
        performance.mozNow    ||
        performance.msNow     ||
        performance.oNow      ||
        performance.webkitNow ||            
        Date.now  /*none found - fallback to browser default */
})();

How to find GCD, LCM on a set of numbers

import java.util.Scanner;
public class Main {
    public static void main(String[] args) {
        Scanner input = new Scanner(System.in);
        int n0 = input.nextInt(); // number of intended input.
        int [] MyList = new int [n0];

        for (int i = 0; i < n0; i++)
            MyList[i] = input.nextInt();
            //input values stored in an array
        int i = 0;
        int count = 0;
            int gcd = 1; // Initial gcd is 1
            int k = 2; // Possible gcd
            while (k <= MyList[i] && k <= MyList[i]) {
                if (MyList[i] % k == 0 && MyList[i] % k == 0)
                    gcd = k; // Update gcd
                k++;
                count++; //checking array for gcd
            }
           // int i = 0;
            MyList [i] = gcd;
            for (int e: MyList) {
                System.out.println(e);

            }

            }

        }

How to access child's state in React?

Now You can access the InputField's state which is the child of FormEditor .

Basically whenever there is a change in the state of the input field(child) we are getting the value from the event object and then passing this value to the Parent where in the state in the Parent is set.

On button click we are just printing the state of the Input fields.

The key point here is that we are using the props to get the Input Field's id/value and also to call the functions which are set as attributes on the Input Field while we generate the reusable child Input fields.

class InputField extends React.Component{
  handleChange = (event)=> {
    const val = event.target.value;
    this.props.onChange(this.props.id , val);
  }

  render() {
    return(
      <div>
        <input type="text" onChange={this.handleChange} value={this.props.value}/>
        <br/><br/>
      </div>
    );
  }
}       


class FormEditorParent extends React.Component {
  state = {};
  handleFieldChange = (inputFieldId , inputFieldValue) => {
    this.setState({[inputFieldId]:inputFieldValue});
  }
  //on Button click simply get the state of the input field
  handleClick = ()=>{
    console.log(JSON.stringify(this.state));
  }

  render() {
    const fields = this.props.fields.map(field => (
      <InputField
        key={field}
        id={field}
        onChange={this.handleFieldChange}
        value={this.state[field]}
      />
    ));

    return (
      <div>
        <div>
          <button onClick={this.handleClick}>Click Me</button>
        </div>
        <div>
          {fields}
        </div>
      </div>
    );
  }
}

const App = () => {
  const fields = ["field1", "field2", "anotherField"];
  return <FormEditorParent fields={fields} />;
};

ReactDOM.render(<App/>, mountNode);

Docker Error bind: address already in use

`$` sudo service redis-server stop

Does the trick.

How to print the array?

It looks like you have a typo on your array, it should read:

int my_array[3][3] = {...

You don't have the _ or the {.

Also my_array[3][3] is an invalid location. Since computers begin counting at 0, you are accessing position 4. (Arrays are weird like that).

If you want just the last element:

printf("%d\n", my_array[2][2]);

If you want the entire array:

for(int i = 0; i < my_array.length; i++) {
  for(int j = 0; j < my_array[i].length; j++)
    printf("%d ", my_array[i][j]);
  printf("\n");
}

Set auto height and width in CSS/HTML for different screen sizes

Using bootstrap with a little bit of customization, the following seems to work for me:

I need 3 partitions in my container and I tried this:

CSS:

.row.content {height: 100%; width:100%; position: fixed; }
.sidenav {
  padding-top: 20px;
  border: 1px solid #cecece;
  height: 100%;
}
.midnav {
  padding: 0px;
}

HTML:

  <div class="container-fluid text-center"> 
    <div class="row content">
    <div class="col-md-2 sidenav text-left">Some content 1</div>
    <div class="col-md-9 midnav text-left">Some content 2</div>
    <div class="col-md-1 sidenav text-center">Some content 3</div>
    </div>
  </div>

SQL Server - transactions roll back on error?

You can put set xact_abort on before your transaction to make sure sql rolls back automatically in case of error.

How do I run a node.js app as a background service?

This might not be the accepted way, but I do it with screen, especially while in development because I can bring it back up and fool with it if necessary.

screen
node myserver.js
>>CTRL-A then hit D

The screen will detach and survive you logging off. Then you can get it back back doing screen -r. Hit up the screen manual for more details. You can name the screens and whatnot if you like.

Creating a jQuery object from a big HTML-string

the reason why $(string) is not working is because jquery is not finding html content between $(). Therefore you need to first parse it to html. once you have a variable in which you have parsed the html. you can then use $(string) and use all functions available on the object

How to open Android Device Monitor in latest Android Studio 3.1

If you're looking for the Hierarchy Viewer tool, it has been changed to Layout Inspector:

https://developer.android.com/studio/debug/layout-inspector.html

Create JPA EntityManager without persistence.xml configuration file

Is there a way to initialize the EntityManager without a persistence unit defined?

You should define at least one persistence unit in the persistence.xml deployment descriptor.

Can you give all the required properties to create an Entitymanager?

  • The name attribute is required. The other attributes and elements are optional. (JPA specification). So this should be more or less your minimal persistence.xml file:
<persistence>
    <persistence-unit name="[REQUIRED_PERSISTENCE_UNIT_NAME_GOES_HERE]">
        SOME_PROPERTIES
    </persistence-unit>
</persistence>

In Java EE environments, the jta-data-source and non-jta-data-source elements are used to specify the global JNDI name of the JTA and/or non-JTA data source to be used by the persistence provider.

So if your target Application Server supports JTA (JBoss, Websphere, GlassFish), your persistence.xml looks like:

<persistence>
    <persistence-unit name="[REQUIRED_PERSISTENCE_UNIT_NAME_GOES_HERE]">
        <!--GLOBAL_JNDI_GOES_HERE-->
        <jta-data-source>jdbc/myDS</jta-data-source>
    </persistence-unit>
</persistence>

If your target Application Server does not support JTA (Tomcat), your persistence.xml looks like:

<persistence>
    <persistence-unit name="[REQUIRED_PERSISTENCE_UNIT_NAME_GOES_HERE]">
        <!--GLOBAL_JNDI_GOES_HERE-->
        <non-jta-data-source>jdbc/myDS</non-jta-data-source>
    </persistence-unit>
</persistence>

If your data source is not bound to a global JNDI (for instance, outside a Java EE container), so you would usually define JPA provider, driver, url, user and password properties. But property name depends on the JPA provider. So, for Hibernate as JPA provider, your persistence.xml file will looks like:

<persistence>
    <persistence-unit name="[REQUIRED_PERSISTENCE_UNIT_NAME_GOES_HERE]">
        <provider>org.hibernate.ejb.HibernatePersistence</provider>
        <class>br.com.persistence.SomeClass</class>
        <properties>
            <property name="hibernate.connection.driver_class" value="org.apache.derby.jdbc.ClientDriver"/>
            <property name="hibernate.connection.url" value="jdbc:derby://localhost:1527/EmpServDB;create=true"/>
            <property name="hibernate.connection.username" value="APP"/>
            <property name="hibernate.connection.password" value="APP"/>
        </properties>
    </persistence-unit>
</persistence>

Transaction Type Attribute

In general, in Java EE environments, a transaction-type of RESOURCE_LOCAL assumes that a non-JTA datasource will be provided. In a Java EE environment, if this element is not specified, the default is JTA. In a Java SE environment, if this element is not specified, a default of RESOURCE_LOCAL may be assumed.

  • To insure the portability of a Java SE application, it is necessary to explicitly list the managed persistence classes that are included in the persistence unit (JPA specification)

I need to create the EntityManager from the user's specified values at runtime

So use this:

Map addedOrOverridenProperties = new HashMap();

// Let's suppose we are using Hibernate as JPA provider
addedOrOverridenProperties.put("hibernate.show_sql", true);

Persistence.createEntityManagerFactory(<PERSISTENCE_UNIT_NAME_GOES_HERE>, addedOrOverridenProperties);

How can I check if a string only contains letters in Python?

(1) Use str.isalpha() when you print the string.

(2) Please check below program for your reference:-

 str = "this";  # No space & digit in this string
 print str.isalpha() # it gives return True

 str = "this is 2";
 print str.isalpha() # it gives return False

Note:- I checked above example in Ubuntu.

How can I tell AngularJS to "refresh"

Use

$route.reload();

remember to inject $route to your controller.

How to use activity indicator view on iPhone?

The documentation on this is pretty clear. It's a UIView subclass so you use it like any other view. To start/stop the animation you use

[activityIndicator startAnimating];
[activityIndicator stopAnimating];

Setting individual axis limits with facet_wrap and scales = "free" in ggplot2

I am not sure I understand what you want, but based on what I understood

the x scale seems to be the same, it is the y scale that is not the same, and that is because you specified scales ="free"

you can specify scales = "free_x" to only allow x to be free (in this case it is the same as pred has the same range by definition)

p <- ggplot(plot, aes(x = pred, y = value)) + geom_point(size = 2.5) + theme_bw()
p <- p + facet_wrap(~variable, scales = "free_x")

worked for me, see the picture

enter image description here

I think you were making it too difficult - I do seem to remember one time defining the limits based on a formula with min and max and if faceted I think it used only those values, but I can't find the code

An unhandled exception occurred during the execution of the current web request. ASP.NET

  1. If you are facing this problem (Enter windows + R) an delete temp(%temp%)and windows temp.
  2. Some file is not deleted that time stop IIS(Internet information service) and delete that all remaining files .

Check your problem is solved.

Oracle : how to subtract two dates and get minutes of the result

I think you can adapt the function to substract the two timestamps:

return  EXTRACT(MINUTE FROM 
  TO_TIMESTAMP(to_char(p_date1,'DD-MON-YYYY HH:MI:SS'),'DD-MON-YYYY HH24:MI:SS')
-
  TO_TIMESTAMP(to_char(p_date2,'DD-MON-YYYY HH:MI:SS'),'DD-MON-YYYY HH24:MI:SS')
);

I think you could simplify it by just using CAST(p_date as TIMESTAMP).

return  EXTRACT(MINUTE FROM cast(p_date1 as TIMESTAMP) - cast(p_date2 as TIMESTAMP));

Remember dates and timestamps are big ugly numbers inside Oracle, not what we see in the screen; we don't need to tell him how to read them. Also remember timestamps can have a timezone defined; not in this case.

How to find indices of all occurrences of one string in another in JavaScript?

Here is regex free version:

function indexes(source, find) {
  if (!source) {
    return [];
  }
  // if find is empty string return all indexes.
  if (!find) {
    // or shorter arrow function:
    // return source.split('').map((_,i) => i);
    return source.split('').map(function(_, i) { return i; });
  }
  var result = [];
  for (i = 0; i < source.length; ++i) {
    // If you want to search case insensitive use 
    // if (source.substring(i, i + find.length).toLowerCase() == find) {
    if (source.substring(i, i + find.length) == find) {
      result.push(i);
    }
  }
  return result;
}

indexes("I learned to play the Ukulele in Lebanon.", "le")

EDIT: and if you want to match strings like 'aaaa' and 'aa' to find [0, 2] use this version:

function indexes(source, find) {
  if (!source) {
    return [];
  }
  if (!find) {
      return source.split('').map(function(_, i) { return i; });
  }
  var result = [];
  var i = 0;
  while(i < source.length) {
    if (source.substring(i, i + find.length) == find) {
      result.push(i);
      i += find.length;
    } else {
      i++;
    }
  }
  return result;
}

How do I convert a number to a letter in Java?

if you define a/A as 0

char res;
if (i>25 || i<0){
    res = null;
}
    res = (i) + 65
}
return res;

65 for captitals; 97 for non captitals

Spark - SELECT WHERE or filtering?

As Yaron mentioned, there isn't any difference between where and filter.

filter is an overloaded method that takes a column or string argument. The performance is the same, regardless of the syntax you use.

filter overloaded method

We can use explain() to see that all the different filtering syntaxes generate the same Physical Plan. Suppose you have a dataset with person_name and person_country columns. All of the following code snippets will return the same Physical Plan below:

df.where("person_country = 'Cuba'").explain()
df.where($"person_country" === "Cuba").explain()
df.where('person_country === "Cuba").explain()
df.filter("person_country = 'Cuba'").explain()

These all return this Physical Plan:

== Physical Plan ==
*(1) Project [person_name#152, person_country#153]
+- *(1) Filter (isnotnull(person_country#153) && (person_country#153 = Cuba))
   +- *(1) FileScan csv [person_name#152,person_country#153] Batched: false, Format: CSV, Location: InMemoryFileIndex[file:/Users/matthewpowers/Documents/code/my_apps/mungingdata/spark2/src/test/re..., PartitionFilters: [], PushedFilters: [IsNotNull(person_country), EqualTo(person_country,Cuba)], ReadSchema: struct<person_name:string,person_country:string>

The syntax doesn't change how filters are executed under the hood, but the file format / database that a query is executed on does. Spark will execute the same query differently on Postgres (predicate pushdown filtering is supported), Parquet (column pruning), and CSV files. See here for more details.

Numpy how to iterate over columns of array?

Alternatively, you can use enumerate. It gives you the column number and the column values as well.

for num, column in enumerate(array.T):
    some_function(column) # column: Gives you the column value as asked in the question
    some_function(num) # num: Gives you the column number 


Axios handling errors

Actually, it's not possible with axios as of now. The status codes which falls in the range of 2xx only, can be caught in .then().

A conventional approach is to catch errors in the catch() block like below:

axios.get('/api/xyz/abcd')
  .catch(function (error) {
    if (error.response) {
      // Request made and server responded
      console.log(error.response.data);
      console.log(error.response.status);
      console.log(error.response.headers);
    } else if (error.request) {
      // The request was made but no response was received
      console.log(error.request);
    } else {
      // Something happened in setting up the request that triggered an Error
      console.log('Error', error.message);
    }

  });

Another approach can be intercepting requests or responses before they are handled by then or catch.

axios.interceptors.request.use(function (config) {
    // Do something before request is sent
    return config;
  }, function (error) {
    // Do something with request error
    return Promise.reject(error);
  });

// Add a response interceptor
axios.interceptors.response.use(function (response) {
    // Do something with response data
    return response;
  }, function (error) {
    // Do something with response error
    return Promise.reject(error);
  });

Lodash - difference between .extend() / .assign() and .merge()

Another difference to pay attention to is handling of undefined values:

mergeInto = { a: 1}
toMerge = {a : undefined, b:undefined}
lodash.extend({}, mergeInto, toMerge) // => {a: undefined, b:undefined}
lodash.merge({}, mergeInto, toMerge)  // => {a: 1, b:undefined}

So merge will not merge undefined values into defined values.

jQuery bind to Paste Event, how to get the content of the paste

I recently needed to accomplish something similar to this. I used the following design to access the paste element and value. jsFiddle demo

$('body').on('paste', 'input, textarea', function (e)
{
    setTimeout(function ()
    {
        //currentTarget added in jQuery 1.3
        alert($(e.currentTarget).val());
        //do stuff
    },0);
});

Programmatically navigate to another view controller/scene

In addition to the good answers above to set the navigation view controller on top of your screen on your app, you can add it to your AppDelegate.swift file inside the block as follows

 func application(_ application: UIApplication, didFinishLaunchingWithOptions launchOptions: [UIApplicationLaunchOptionsKey: Any]?) -> Bool {

    window = UIWindow()
    window?.makeKeyAndVisible()
    window?.rootViewController = UINavigationController(rootViewController: LoginViewController())

    return true

}

Return first N key:value pairs from dict

There's no such thing a the "first n" keys because a dict doesn't remember which keys were inserted first.

You can get any n key-value pairs though:

n_items = take(n, d.iteritems())

This uses the implementation of take from the itertools recipes:

from itertools import islice

def take(n, iterable):
    "Return first n items of the iterable as a list"
    return list(islice(iterable, n))

See it working online: ideone


Update for Python 3.6

n_items = take(n, d.items())

Check if element at position [x] exists in the list

if (list.Count > desiredIndex && list[desiredIndex] != null)
{
    // logic
}

How do I get Bin Path?

Path.GetDirectoryName(Application.ExecutablePath)

eg. value:

C:\Projects\ConsoleApplication1\bin\Debug

Java, Check if integer is multiple of a number

Use the remainder operator (also known as the modulo operator) which returns the remainder of the division and check if it is zero:

if (j % 4 == 0) {
     // j is an exact multiple of 4
}

Substring with reverse index

alert("xxxxxxxxxxx_456".substr(-3))

caveat: according to mdc, not IE compatible

ADB device list is empty

This helped me at the end:

Quick guide:

  • Download Google USB Driver

  • Connect your device with Android Debugging enabled to your PC

  • Open Device Manager of Windows from System Properties.

  • Your device should appear under Other devices listed as something like Android ADB Interface or 'Android Phone' or similar. Right-click that and click on Update Driver Software...

  • Select Browse my computer for driver software

  • Select Let me pick from a list of device drivers on my computer

  • Double-click Show all devices

  • Press the Have disk button

  • Browse and navigate to [wherever your SDK has been installed]\google-usb_driver and select android_winusb.inf

  • Select Android ADB Interface from the list of device types.

  • Press the Yes button

  • Press the Install button

  • Press the Close button

Now you've got the ADB driver set up correctly. Reconnect your device if it doesn't recognize it already.

How can I return to a parent activity correctly?

    @Override
public boolean onOptionsItemSelected(MenuItem item) {
   switch (item.getItemId()) {
// Respond to the action bar's Up/Home button
    case android.R.id.home:
        finish();
        return true;
}
return super.onOptionsItemSelected(item);

like a Back press

How to run a PowerShell script

If you are on PowerShell 2.0, use PowerShell.exe's -File parameter to invoke a script from another environment, like cmd.exe. For example:

Powershell.exe -File C:\my_path\yada_yada\run_import_script.ps1

Short circuit Array.forEach like calling break

There's no built-in ability to break in forEach. To interrupt execution you would have to throw an exception of some sort. eg.

_x000D_
_x000D_
var BreakException = {};_x000D_
_x000D_
try {_x000D_
  [1, 2, 3].forEach(function(el) {_x000D_
    console.log(el);_x000D_
    if (el === 2) throw BreakException;_x000D_
  });_x000D_
} catch (e) {_x000D_
  if (e !== BreakException) throw e;_x000D_
}
_x000D_
_x000D_
_x000D_

JavaScript exceptions aren't terribly pretty. A traditional for loop might be more appropriate if you really need to break inside it.

Use Array#some

Instead, use Array#some:

_x000D_
_x000D_
[1, 2, 3].some(function(el) {_x000D_
  console.log(el);_x000D_
  return el === 2;_x000D_
});
_x000D_
_x000D_
_x000D_

This works because some returns true as soon as any of the callbacks, executed in array order, return true, short-circuiting the execution of the rest.

some, its inverse every (which will stop on a return false), and forEach are all ECMAScript Fifth Edition methods which will need to be added to the Array.prototype on browsers where they're missing.

npm can't find package.json

I have run npm install -y to skip the question step for creating the missing file package.json, y means yes

Switch to selected tab by name in Jquery-UI Tabs

try this: "select" / "active" tab

<article id="gtabs">
    <ul>
        <li><a href="#syscfg" id="tab-sys-cfg" class="tabtext">tab One</a></li>
        <li><a href="#ebsconf" id="tab-ebs-trans" class="tabtext">tab Two</a></li>
        <li><a href="#genconfig" id="tab-general-filter-config" class="tabtext">tab Three</a></li>
    </ul>

var index = $('#gtabs a[href="#general-filter-config"]').parent().index();

// `'select' does not support in jquery ui version 1.10.0

$('#gtabs').tabs('select', index);  

alternate solution: use "active":

$('#gtabs').tabs({ active: index });

The APK file does not exist on disk

In my case, executing "Sync Project with Gradle Files" helped. Neither restarting Andoid Studio nor clearing the cache did anything.

Convert JSON String to Pretty Print JSON output using Jackson

ObjectMapper.readTree() can do this in one line:

mapper.readTree(json).toPrettyString();

Since readTree produces a JsonNode, this should pretty much always produce equivalent pretty-formatted JSON, as it JsonNode is a direct tree representation of the underlying JSON string.

Prior to Jackson 2.10

The JsonNode.toPrettyString() method was added in Jackson 2.10. Prior to that, a second call to the ObjectMapper was needed to write the pretty formatted result:

mapper.writerWithDefaultPrettyPrinter()
        .writeValueAsString(mapper.readTree(json));

VueJs get url query

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

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

If you don't want to install anything but do want to download an SVN or GIT repository, then you can use this: http://downloadsvn.codeplex.com/

I have nothing to do with this project, but I just used it now and it saved me a few minutes. Maybe it will help someone.

How to convert int to QString?

And if you want to put it into string within some text context, forget about + operator. Simply do:

// Qt 5 + C++11
auto i = 13;    
auto printable = QStringLiteral("My magic number is %1. That's all!").arg(i);

// Qt 5
int i = 13;    
QString printable = QStringLiteral("My magic number is %1. That's all!").arg(i);

// Qt 4
int i = 13;    
QString printable = QString::fromLatin1("My magic number is %1. That's all!").arg(i);

Getting time span between two times in C#?

string startTime = "7:00 AM";
string endTime = "2:00 PM";

TimeSpan duration = DateTime.Parse(endTime).Subtract(DateTime.Parse(startTime));

Console.WriteLine(duration);
Console.ReadKey();

Will output: 07:00:00.

It also works if the user input military time:

string startTime = "7:00";
string endTime = "14:00";

TimeSpan duration = DateTime.Parse(endTime).Subtract(DateTime.Parse(startTime));

Console.WriteLine(duration);
Console.ReadKey();

Outputs: 07:00:00.

To change the format: duration.ToString(@"hh\:mm")

More info at: http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/ee372287.aspx

Addendum:

Over the years it has somewhat bothered me that this is the most popular answer I have ever given; the original answer never actually explained why the OP's code didn't work despite the fact that it is perfectly valid. The only reason it gets so many votes is because the post comes up on Google when people search for a combination of the terms "C#", "timespan", and "between".

The view or its master was not found or no view engine supports the searched locations

This could be a permissions issue.

I had the same issue recently. As a test, I created a simple hello.html page. When I tried loading it, I got an error message regarding permissions. Once I fixed the permissions issue in the root web folder, both the html page and the MVC rendering issues were resolved.

How can I check for NaN values?

It seems that checking if it's equal to itself

x!=x

is the fastest.

import pandas as pd 
import numpy as np 
import math 

x = float('nan')

%timeit x!=x                                                                                                                                                                                                                        
44.8 ns ± 0.152 ns per loop (mean ± std. dev. of 7 runs, 10000000 loops each)

%timeit math.isnan(x)                                                                                                                                                                                                               
94.2 ns ± 0.955 ns per loop (mean ± std. dev. of 7 runs, 10000000 loops each)

%timeit pd.isna(x) 
281 ns ± 5.48 ns per loop (mean ± std. dev. of 7 runs, 1000000 loops each)

%timeit np.isnan(x)                                                                                                                                                                                                                 
1.38 µs ± 15.7 ns per loop (mean ± std. dev. of 7 runs, 1000000 loops each)

Warnings Your Apk Is Using Permissions That Require A Privacy Policy: (android.permission.READ_PHONE_STATE)

It can be that you need to add or update your privacy policy. You can easily create a privacy policy using this template

https://app-privacy-policy-generator.firebaseapp.com/

How do I create a message box with "Yes", "No" choices and a DialogResult?

MessageBox.Show(title, text, messageboxbuttons.yes/no)

This returns a DialogResult which you can check.

For example,

if(MessageBox.Show("","",MessageBoxButtons.YesNo) == DialogResult.Yes)
{
   //do something
}

How do I fix the indentation of an entire file in Vi?

If you want to reindent the block you're in without having to type any chords, you can do:

[[=]]

How to add fonts to create-react-app based projects?

I was making mistakes like this.

@import "https://fonts.googleapis.com/css?family=Open+Sans:300,300i,400,400i,600,600i,700,700i&amp;subset=cyrillic,cyrillic-ext,latin-ext";
@import "https://use.fontawesome.com/releases/v5.3.1/css/all.css";

It works properly this way

@import url(https://fonts.googleapis.com/css?family=Open+Sans:300,300i,400,400i,600,600i,700,700i&amp;subset=cyrillic,cyrillic-ext,latin-ext);
@import url(https://use.fontawesome.com/releases/v5.3.1/css/all.css);

Find full path of the Python interpreter?

Just noting a different way of questionable usefulness, using os.environ:

import os
python_executable_path = os.environ['_']

e.g.

$ python -c "import os; print(os.environ['_'])"
/usr/bin/python