Programs & Examples On #Polling

Polling is actively sampling the status of an external device by a client program as a synchronous activity.

jQuery, simple polling example

Here's a helpful article on long polling (long-held HTTP request) using jQuery. A code snippet derived from this article:

(function poll() {
    setTimeout(function() {
        $.ajax({
            url: "/server/api/function",
            type: "GET",
            success: function(data) {
                console.log("polling");
            },
            dataType: "json",
            complete: poll,
            timeout: 2000
        })
    }, 5000);
})();

This will make the next request only after the ajax request has completed.

A variation on the above that will execute immediately the first time it is called before honouring the wait/timeout interval.

(function poll() {
    $.ajax({
        url: "/server/api/function",
        type: "GET",
        success: function(data) {
            console.log("polling");
        },
        dataType: "json",
        complete: setTimeout(function() {poll()}, 5000),
        timeout: 2000
    })
})();

Detect If Browser Tab Has Focus

Surprising to see nobody mentioned document.hasFocus

if (document.hasFocus()) console.log('Tab is active')

MDN has more information.

Authentication failed because remote party has closed the transport stream

This happened to me when an web request endpoint was switched to another server that accepted TLS1.2 requests only. Tried so many attempts mostly found on Stackoverflow like

  1. Registry Keys ,
  2. Added :
    System.Net.ServicePointManager.SecurityProtocol |= System.Net.SecurityProtocolType.Tls12; to Global.ASX OnStart,
  3. Added in Web.config.
  4. Updated .Net framework to 4.7.2 Still getting same Exception.

The exception received did no make justice to the actual problem I was facing and found no help from the service operator.

To solve this I have to add a new Cipher Suite TLS_DHE_RSA_WITH_AES_256_GCM_SHA384 I have used IIS Crypto 2.0 Tool from here as shown below.

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How to use Angular4 to set focus by element id

One of the answers in the question referred to by @Z.Bagley gave me the answer. I had to import Renderer2 from @angular/core into my component. Then:

const element = this.renderer.selectRootElement('#input1');

// setTimeout(() => element.focus, 0);
setTimeout(() => element.focus(), 0);

Thank you @MrBlaise for the solution!

Copy Data from a table in one Database to another separate database

Im prefer this one.

INSERT INTO 'DB_NAME' 
(SELECT * from 'DB_NAME@DB_LINK')
MINUS 
(SELECT * FROM 'DB_NAME');

Which means will insert whatsoever that not included on DB_NAME but included at DB_NAME@DB_LINK. Hope this help.

How to disable a input in angular2

Demo

make is_edit of type boolean.

<input [disabled]=is_edit id="name" type="text">

export class App {
  name:string;
  is_edit: boolean; 
  constructor() {
    this.name = 'Angular2'
    this.is_edit = true;
  }
}

How to use PrimeFaces p:fileUpload? Listener method is never invoked or UploadedFile is null / throws an error / not usable

Neither of the suggestions here were helpful for me. So I had to debug primefaces and found the reason of the problem was:

java.lang.IllegalStateException: No multipart config for servlet fileUpload

Then I have added section into my faces servlet in the web.xml. So that has fixed the problem:

<servlet>
    <servlet-name>main</servlet-name>

        <servlet-class>org.apache.myfaces.webapp.MyFacesServlet</servlet-class>
        <load-on-startup>1</load-on-startup>
        <multipart-config>
            <location>/tmp</location>
            <max-file-size>20848820</max-file-size>
            <max-request-size>418018841</max-request-size>
            <file-size-threshold>1048576</file-size-threshold>
        </multipart-config>
    </servlet>

Is Xamarin free in Visual Studio 2015?

Visual studio community edition is bundled with xamarin and which is free as well.

android pinch zoom

I have an open source library that does this very well. It's a four gesture library that comes with an out-of-the-box pan zoom setting. You can find it here: https://bitbucket.org/warwick/hacergestov3 Or you can download the demo app here: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.WarwickWestonWright.HacerGestoV3Demo This is a pure canvas library so it can be used in pretty any scenario. Hope this helps.

ComboBox SelectedItem vs SelectedValue

If you want Selected.Value being worked you have to do following things:

1. Set DisplayMember
2. Set ValueMember
3. Set DataSource (not use Items.Add, Items.AddRange, DataBinding etc.)

The key point is Set DataSource!

Print content of JavaScript object?

You should consider using FireBug for JavaScript debugging. It will let you interactively inspect all of your variables, and even step through functions.

Tomcat startup logs - SEVERE: Error filterStart how to get a stack trace?

Just wanted to contribute after spending the last hour on a nearly identical problem. My solution was that somehow our applicatons .jar was corrupted, so placing the jar from our dev server provided a fix.

Play sound on button click android

public class MainActivity extends AppCompatActivity {

    public void clickMe (View view) {

        MediaPlayer mp = MediaPlayer.create(this, R.raw.xxx);
        mp.start();

    }

create a button with a method could be called when the button pressed (onCreate),

then create a variable for (MediaPlayer) class with the path of your file

MediaPlayer mp = MediaPlayer.create(this, R.raw.xxx);

finally run start method in that class

mp.start();

the file will run when the button pressed, hope this was helpful!

How to get Java Decompiler / JD / JD-Eclipse running in Eclipse Helios

The JD-eclipse plugin 0.1.3 can only decompile .class files that are visible from the classpath/Build Path.

If your class resides in a .jar, you may simply add this jar to the Build Path as another library. From the Package Explorer browse your new library and open the class in the Class File Editor.

If you want to decompile any class on the file system, it has to reside in the appropriate folder hierachy, and the root folder has to be included in the build path. Here is an example:

  1. Class is foo.bar.MyClass in .../someDir/foo/bar/MyClass.class
  2. In your Eclipse project, add a folder with arbitrary name aClassDir, which links to .../someDir.
  3. Add that linked folder to the Build Path of the project.
  4. Use the Navigator View to navigate and open the .class file in the Class File Editor. (Note: Plain .class files on the file system are hidden in the Package Explorer view.)

Note: If someDir is a subfolder of your project, you might be able to skip step 2 (link folder) and add it directly to the Build Path. But that does not work, if it is the compiler output folder of the Eclipse project.

P.S. I wish I could just double click any .class file in any project subfolder without the need to have it in the classpath...

Convert to date format dd/mm/yyyy

$source    =    'your varible name';
$date    =     new DateTime($source);
$_REQUEST["date"]    =     $date->format('d-m-Y');

echo $_REQUEST["date"];

What is the preferred syntax for initializing a dict: curly brace literals {} or the dict() function?

I almost always use curly-braces; however, in some cases where I'm writing tests, I do keyword packing/unpacking, and in these cases dict() is much more maintainable, as I don't need to change:

a=1,
b=2,

to:

'a': 1,
'b': 2,

It also helps in some circumstances where I think I might want to turn it into a namedtuple or class instance at a later time.

In the implementation itself, because of my obsession with optimisation, and when I don't see a particularly huge maintainability benefit, I'll always favour curly-braces.

In tests and the implementation, I would never use dict() if there is a chance that the keys added then, or in the future, would either:

  • Not always be a string
  • Not only contain digits, ASCII letters and underscores
  • Start with an integer (dict(1foo=2) raises a SyntaxError)

How to install pandas from pip on windows cmd?

Please Ensure you are using a virtualEnv this is how :

virtualenv -p python3 envname

source env/bin/activate
pip install pandas

on windows you have to add scripts exe in the CLASSPATH in order to use pip command

C:\Python34\Scripts\pip3.exe

i suggest you to use MINGW he can gives you a better environment to work with python

Convert byte slice to io.Reader

r := strings(byteData)

This also works to turn []byte into io.Reader

Javascript/jQuery detect if input is focused

Did you try:

$(this).is(':focus');

Take a look at Using jQuery to test if an input has focus it features some more examples

data.table vs dplyr: can one do something well the other can't or does poorly?

We need to cover at least these aspects to provide a comprehensive answer/comparison (in no particular order of importance): Speed, Memory usage, Syntax and Features.

My intent is to cover each one of these as clearly as possible from data.table perspective.

Note: unless explicitly mentioned otherwise, by referring to dplyr, we refer to dplyr's data.frame interface whose internals are in C++ using Rcpp.


The data.table syntax is consistent in its form - DT[i, j, by]. To keep i, j and by together is by design. By keeping related operations together, it allows to easily optimise operations for speed and more importantly memory usage, and also provide some powerful features, all while maintaining the consistency in syntax.

1. Speed

Quite a few benchmarks (though mostly on grouping operations) have been added to the question already showing data.table gets faster than dplyr as the number of groups and/or rows to group by increase, including benchmarks by Matt on grouping from 10 million to 2 billion rows (100GB in RAM) on 100 - 10 million groups and varying grouping columns, which also compares pandas. See also updated benchmarks, which include Spark and pydatatable as well.

On benchmarks, it would be great to cover these remaining aspects as well:

  • Grouping operations involving a subset of rows - i.e., DT[x > val, sum(y), by = z] type operations.

  • Benchmark other operations such as update and joins.

  • Also benchmark memory footprint for each operation in addition to runtime.

2. Memory usage

  1. Operations involving filter() or slice() in dplyr can be memory inefficient (on both data.frames and data.tables). See this post.

    Note that Hadley's comment talks about speed (that dplyr is plentiful fast for him), whereas the major concern here is memory.

  2. data.table interface at the moment allows one to modify/update columns by reference (note that we don't need to re-assign the result back to a variable).

    # sub-assign by reference, updates 'y' in-place
    DT[x >= 1L, y := NA]
    

    But dplyr will never update by reference. The dplyr equivalent would be (note that the result needs to be re-assigned):

    # copies the entire 'y' column
    ans <- DF %>% mutate(y = replace(y, which(x >= 1L), NA))
    

    A concern for this is referential transparency. Updating a data.table object by reference, especially within a function may not be always desirable. But this is an incredibly useful feature: see this and this posts for interesting cases. And we want to keep it.

    Therefore we are working towards exporting shallow() function in data.table that will provide the user with both possibilities. For example, if it is desirable to not modify the input data.table within a function, one can then do:

    foo <- function(DT) {
        DT = shallow(DT)          ## shallow copy DT
        DT[, newcol := 1L]        ## does not affect the original DT 
        DT[x > 2L, newcol := 2L]  ## no need to copy (internally), as this column exists only in shallow copied DT
        DT[x > 2L, x := 3L]       ## have to copy (like base R / dplyr does always); otherwise original DT will 
                                  ## also get modified.
    }
    

    By not using shallow(), the old functionality is retained:

    bar <- function(DT) {
        DT[, newcol := 1L]        ## old behaviour, original DT gets updated by reference
        DT[x > 2L, x := 3L]       ## old behaviour, update column x in original DT.
    }
    

    By creating a shallow copy using shallow(), we understand that you don't want to modify the original object. We take care of everything internally to ensure that while also ensuring to copy columns you modify only when it is absolutely necessary. When implemented, this should settle the referential transparency issue altogether while providing the user with both possibilties.

    Also, once shallow() is exported dplyr's data.table interface should avoid almost all copies. So those who prefer dplyr's syntax can use it with data.tables.

    But it will still lack many features that data.table provides, including (sub)-assignment by reference.

  3. Aggregate while joining:

    Suppose you have two data.tables as follows:

    DT1 = data.table(x=c(1,1,1,1,2,2,2,2), y=c("a", "a", "b", "b"), z=1:8, key=c("x", "y"))
    #    x y z
    # 1: 1 a 1
    # 2: 1 a 2
    # 3: 1 b 3
    # 4: 1 b 4
    # 5: 2 a 5
    # 6: 2 a 6
    # 7: 2 b 7
    # 8: 2 b 8
    DT2 = data.table(x=1:2, y=c("a", "b"), mul=4:3, key=c("x", "y"))
    #    x y mul
    # 1: 1 a   4
    # 2: 2 b   3
    

    And you would like to get sum(z) * mul for each row in DT2 while joining by columns x,y. We can either:

    • 1) aggregate DT1 to get sum(z), 2) perform a join and 3) multiply (or)

      # data.table way
      DT1[, .(z = sum(z)), keyby = .(x,y)][DT2][, z := z*mul][]
      
      # dplyr equivalent
      DF1 %>% group_by(x, y) %>% summarise(z = sum(z)) %>% 
          right_join(DF2) %>% mutate(z = z * mul)
      
    • 2) do it all in one go (using by = .EACHI feature):

      DT1[DT2, list(z=sum(z) * mul), by = .EACHI]
      

    What is the advantage?

    • We don't have to allocate memory for the intermediate result.

    • We don't have to group/hash twice (one for aggregation and other for joining).

    • And more importantly, the operation what we wanted to perform is clear by looking at j in (2).

    Check this post for a detailed explanation of by = .EACHI. No intermediate results are materialised, and the join+aggregate is performed all in one go.

    Have a look at this, this and this posts for real usage scenarios.

    In dplyr you would have to join and aggregate or aggregate first and then join, neither of which are as efficient, in terms of memory (which in turn translates to speed).

  4. Update and joins:

    Consider the data.table code shown below:

    DT1[DT2, col := i.mul]
    

    adds/updates DT1's column col with mul from DT2 on those rows where DT2's key column matches DT1. I don't think there is an exact equivalent of this operation in dplyr, i.e., without avoiding a *_join operation, which would have to copy the entire DT1 just to add a new column to it, which is unnecessary.

    Check this post for a real usage scenario.

To summarise, it is important to realise that every bit of optimisation matters. As Grace Hopper would say, Mind your nanoseconds!

3. Syntax

Let's now look at syntax. Hadley commented here:

Data tables are extremely fast but I think their concision makes it harder to learn and code that uses it is harder to read after you have written it ...

I find this remark pointless because it is very subjective. What we can perhaps try is to contrast consistency in syntax. We will compare data.table and dplyr syntax side-by-side.

We will work with the dummy data shown below:

DT = data.table(x=1:10, y=11:20, z=rep(1:2, each=5))
DF = as.data.frame(DT)
  1. Basic aggregation/update operations.

    # case (a)
    DT[, sum(y), by = z]                       ## data.table syntax
    DF %>% group_by(z) %>% summarise(sum(y)) ## dplyr syntax
    DT[, y := cumsum(y), by = z]
    ans <- DF %>% group_by(z) %>% mutate(y = cumsum(y))
    
    # case (b)
    DT[x > 2, sum(y), by = z]
    DF %>% filter(x>2) %>% group_by(z) %>% summarise(sum(y))
    DT[x > 2, y := cumsum(y), by = z]
    ans <- DF %>% group_by(z) %>% mutate(y = replace(y, which(x > 2), cumsum(y)))
    
    # case (c)
    DT[, if(any(x > 5L)) y[1L]-y[2L] else y[2L], by = z]
    DF %>% group_by(z) %>% summarise(if (any(x > 5L)) y[1L] - y[2L] else y[2L])
    DT[, if(any(x > 5L)) y[1L] - y[2L], by = z]
    DF %>% group_by(z) %>% filter(any(x > 5L)) %>% summarise(y[1L] - y[2L])
    
    • data.table syntax is compact and dplyr's quite verbose. Things are more or less equivalent in case (a).

    • In case (b), we had to use filter() in dplyr while summarising. But while updating, we had to move the logic inside mutate(). In data.table however, we express both operations with the same logic - operate on rows where x > 2, but in first case, get sum(y), whereas in the second case update those rows for y with its cumulative sum.

      This is what we mean when we say the DT[i, j, by] form is consistent.

    • Similarly in case (c), when we have if-else condition, we are able to express the logic "as-is" in both data.table and dplyr. However, if we would like to return just those rows where the if condition satisfies and skip otherwise, we cannot use summarise() directly (AFAICT). We have to filter() first and then summarise because summarise() always expects a single value.

      While it returns the same result, using filter() here makes the actual operation less obvious.

      It might very well be possible to use filter() in the first case as well (does not seem obvious to me), but my point is that we should not have to.

  2. Aggregation / update on multiple columns

    # case (a)
    DT[, lapply(.SD, sum), by = z]                     ## data.table syntax
    DF %>% group_by(z) %>% summarise_each(funs(sum)) ## dplyr syntax
    DT[, (cols) := lapply(.SD, sum), by = z]
    ans <- DF %>% group_by(z) %>% mutate_each(funs(sum))
    
    # case (b)
    DT[, c(lapply(.SD, sum), lapply(.SD, mean)), by = z]
    DF %>% group_by(z) %>% summarise_each(funs(sum, mean))
    
    # case (c)
    DT[, c(.N, lapply(.SD, sum)), by = z]     
    DF %>% group_by(z) %>% summarise_each(funs(n(), mean))
    
    • In case (a), the codes are more or less equivalent. data.table uses familiar base function lapply(), whereas dplyr introduces *_each() along with a bunch of functions to funs().

    • data.table's := requires column names to be provided, whereas dplyr generates it automatically.

    • In case (b), dplyr's syntax is relatively straightforward. Improving aggregations/updates on multiple functions is on data.table's list.

    • In case (c) though, dplyr would return n() as many times as many columns, instead of just once. In data.table, all we need to do is to return a list in j. Each element of the list will become a column in the result. So, we can use, once again, the familiar base function c() to concatenate .N to a list which returns a list.

    Note: Once again, in data.table, all we need to do is return a list in j. Each element of the list will become a column in result. You can use c(), as.list(), lapply(), list() etc... base functions to accomplish this, without having to learn any new functions.

    You will need to learn just the special variables - .N and .SD at least. The equivalent in dplyr are n() and .

  3. Joins

    dplyr provides separate functions for each type of join where as data.table allows joins using the same syntax DT[i, j, by] (and with reason). It also provides an equivalent merge.data.table() function as an alternative.

    setkey(DT1, x, y)
    
    # 1. normal join
    DT1[DT2]            ## data.table syntax
    left_join(DT2, DT1) ## dplyr syntax
    
    # 2. select columns while join    
    DT1[DT2, .(z, i.mul)]
    left_join(select(DT2, x, y, mul), select(DT1, x, y, z))
    
    # 3. aggregate while join
    DT1[DT2, .(sum(z) * i.mul), by = .EACHI]
    DF1 %>% group_by(x, y) %>% summarise(z = sum(z)) %>% 
        inner_join(DF2) %>% mutate(z = z*mul) %>% select(-mul)
    
    # 4. update while join
    DT1[DT2, z := cumsum(z) * i.mul, by = .EACHI]
    ??
    
    # 5. rolling join
    DT1[DT2, roll = -Inf]
    ??
    
    # 6. other arguments to control output
    DT1[DT2, mult = "first"]
    ??
    
    • Some might find a separate function for each joins much nicer (left, right, inner, anti, semi etc), whereas as others might like data.table's DT[i, j, by], or merge() which is similar to base R.

    • However dplyr joins do just that. Nothing more. Nothing less.

    • data.tables can select columns while joining (2), and in dplyr you will need to select() first on both data.frames before to join as shown above. Otherwise you would materialiase the join with unnecessary columns only to remove them later and that is inefficient.

    • data.tables can aggregate while joining (3) and also update while joining (4), using by = .EACHI feature. Why materialse the entire join result to add/update just a few columns?

    • data.table is capable of rolling joins (5) - roll forward, LOCF, roll backward, NOCB, nearest.

    • data.table also has mult = argument which selects first, last or all matches (6).

    • data.table has allow.cartesian = TRUE argument to protect from accidental invalid joins.

Once again, the syntax is consistent with DT[i, j, by] with additional arguments allowing for controlling the output further.

  1. do()...

    dplyr's summarise is specially designed for functions that return a single value. If your function returns multiple/unequal values, you will have to resort to do(). You have to know beforehand about all your functions return value.

    DT[, list(x[1], y[1]), by = z]                 ## data.table syntax
    DF %>% group_by(z) %>% summarise(x[1], y[1]) ## dplyr syntax
    DT[, list(x[1:2], y[1]), by = z]
    DF %>% group_by(z) %>% do(data.frame(.$x[1:2], .$y[1]))
    
    DT[, quantile(x, 0.25), by = z]
    DF %>% group_by(z) %>% summarise(quantile(x, 0.25))
    DT[, quantile(x, c(0.25, 0.75)), by = z]
    DF %>% group_by(z) %>% do(data.frame(quantile(.$x, c(0.25, 0.75))))
    
    DT[, as.list(summary(x)), by = z]
    DF %>% group_by(z) %>% do(data.frame(as.list(summary(.$x))))
    
    • .SD's equivalent is .

    • In data.table, you can throw pretty much anything in j - the only thing to remember is for it to return a list so that each element of the list gets converted to a column.

    • In dplyr, cannot do that. Have to resort to do() depending on how sure you are as to whether your function would always return a single value. And it is quite slow.

Once again, data.table's syntax is consistent with DT[i, j, by]. We can just keep throwing expressions in j without having to worry about these things.

Have a look at this SO question and this one. I wonder if it would be possible to express the answer as straightforward using dplyr's syntax...

To summarise, I have particularly highlighted several instances where dplyr's syntax is either inefficient, limited or fails to make operations straightforward. This is particularly because data.table gets quite a bit of backlash about "harder to read/learn" syntax (like the one pasted/linked above). Most posts that cover dplyr talk about most straightforward operations. And that is great. But it is important to realise its syntax and feature limitations as well, and I am yet to see a post on it.

data.table has its quirks as well (some of which I have pointed out that we are attempting to fix). We are also attempting to improve data.table's joins as I have highlighted here.

But one should also consider the number of features that dplyr lacks in comparison to data.table.

4. Features

I have pointed out most of the features here and also in this post. In addition:

  • fread - fast file reader has been available for a long time now.

  • fwrite - a parallelised fast file writer is now available. See this post for a detailed explanation on the implementation and #1664 for keeping track of further developments.

  • Automatic indexing - another handy feature to optimise base R syntax as is, internally.

  • Ad-hoc grouping: dplyr automatically sorts the results by grouping variables during summarise(), which may not be always desirable.

  • Numerous advantages in data.table joins (for speed / memory efficiency and syntax) mentioned above.

  • Non-equi joins: Allows joins using other operators <=, <, >, >= along with all other advantages of data.table joins.

  • Overlapping range joins was implemented in data.table recently. Check this post for an overview with benchmarks.

  • setorder() function in data.table that allows really fast reordering of data.tables by reference.

  • dplyr provides interface to databases using the same syntax, which data.table does not at the moment.

  • data.table provides faster equivalents of set operations (written by Jan Gorecki) - fsetdiff, fintersect, funion and fsetequal with additional all argument (as in SQL).

  • data.table loads cleanly with no masking warnings and has a mechanism described here for [.data.frame compatibility when passed to any R package. dplyr changes base functions filter, lag and [ which can cause problems; e.g. here and here.


Finally:

  • On databases - there is no reason why data.table cannot provide similar interface, but this is not a priority now. It might get bumped up if users would very much like that feature.. not sure.

  • On parallelism - Everything is difficult, until someone goes ahead and does it. Of course it will take effort (being thread safe).

    • Progress is being made currently (in v1.9.7 devel) towards parallelising known time consuming parts for incremental performance gains using OpenMP.

Bulk Insert into Oracle database: Which is better: FOR Cursor loop or a simple Select?

The general rule-of-thumb is, if you can do it using a single SQL statement instead of using PL/SQL, you should. It will usually be more efficient.

However, if you need to add more procedural logic (for some reason), you might need to use PL/SQL, but you should use bulk operations instead of row-by-row processing. (Note: in Oracle 10g and later, your FOR loop will automatically use BULK COLLECT to fetch 100 rows at a time; however your insert statement will still be done row-by-row).

e.g.

DECLARE
   TYPE tA IS TABLE OF FOO.A%TYPE INDEX BY PLS_INTEGER;
   TYPE tB IS TABLE OF FOO.B%TYPE INDEX BY PLS_INTEGER;
   TYPE tC IS TABLE OF FOO.C%TYPE INDEX BY PLS_INTEGER;
   rA tA;
   rB tB;
   rC tC;
BEGIN
   SELECT * BULK COLLECT INTO rA, rB, rC FROM FOO;
   -- (do some procedural logic on the data?)
   FORALL i IN rA.FIRST..rA.LAST
      INSERT INTO BAR(A,
                      B,
                      C)
      VALUES(rA(i),
             rB(i),
             rC(i));
END;

The above has the benefit of minimising context switches between SQL and PL/SQL. Oracle 11g also has better support for tables of records so that you don't have to have a separate PL/SQL table for each column.

Also, if the volume of data is very great, it is possible to change the code to process the data in batches.

String.Replace ignoring case

below is the alternative to replace string ignoring character case

String thisString = "hello world"; 
String replaceString = "World";

//thisString.Replace("World", "csharp"); 
//below is the alternative to replace string ignoring character case

int start = StringUtils.indexOfIgnoreCase(thisString,replaceString);
String searchKey = thisString.substring(start, start+replaceString.length());
thisString= thisString.replaceAll(searchKey ,replaceString );
System.out.println(thisString);

//prints hello World

process.start() arguments

Not really a direct answer, but I'd highly recommend using LINQPad for this kind of "exploratory" C# programming.

I have the following as a saved "query" in LINQPad:

var p = new System.Diagnostics.Process();
p.StartInfo.FileName = "cmd.exe";
p.StartInfo.Arguments = "/c echo Foo && echo Bar";
p.StartInfo.RedirectStandardOutput = true;
p.StartInfo.UseShellExecute = false;
p.StartInfo.CreateNoWindow = true;
p.Start();
p.StandardOutput.ReadToEnd().Dump();

Feel free to adapt as needed.

Static variables in C++

Static variable in a header file:

say 'common.h' has

static int zzz;

This variable 'zzz' has internal linkage (This same variable can not be accessed in other translation units). Each translation unit which includes 'common.h' has it's own unique object of name 'zzz'.

Static variable in a class:

Static variable in a class is not a part of the subobject of the class. There is only one copy of a static data member shared by all the objects of the class.

$9.4.2/6 - "Static data members of a class in namespace scope have external linkage (3.5).A local class shall not have static data members."

So let's say 'myclass.h' has

struct myclass{
   static int zzz;        // this is only a declaration
};

and myclass.cpp has

#include "myclass.h"

int myclass::zzz = 0           // this is a definition, 
                               // should be done once and only once

and "hisclass.cpp" has

#include "myclass.h"

void f(){myclass::zzz = 2;}    // myclass::zzz is always the same in any 
                               // translation unit

and "ourclass.cpp" has

#include "myclass.h"
void g(){myclass::zzz = 2;}    // myclass::zzz is always the same in any 
                               // translation unit

So, class static members are not limited to only 2 translation units. They need to be defined only once in any one of the translation units.

Note: usage of 'static' to declare file scope variable is deprecated and unnamed namespace is a superior alternate

Oracle DateTime in Where Clause?

You could also do:

SELECT EMP_NAME, DEPT
FROM EMPLOYEE
WHERE TRUNC(TIME_CREATED) = DATE '2011-01-26'

Scraping: SSL: CERTIFICATE_VERIFY_FAILED error for http://en.wikipedia.org

Use requests library. Try this solution, or just add https:// before the URL:

import requests
from bs4 import BeautifulSoup
import re

pages = set()
def getLinks(pageUrl):
    global pages
    html = requests.get("http://en.wikipedia.org"+pageUrl, verify=False).text
    bsObj = BeautifulSoup(html)
    for link in bsObj.findAll("a", href=re.compile("^(/wiki/)")):
        if 'href' in link.attrs:
            if link.attrs['href'] not in pages:
                #We have encountered a new page
                newPage = link.attrs['href']
                print(newPage)
                pages.add(newPage)
                getLinks(newPage)
getLinks("")

Check if this works for you

How to raise a ValueError?

raise ValueError('could not find %c in %s' % (ch,str))

GC overhead limit exceeded

From Java SE 6 HotSpot[tm] Virtual Machine Garbage Collection Tuning

the following

Excessive GC Time and OutOfMemoryError

The concurrent collector will throw an OutOfMemoryError if too much time is being spent in garbage collection: if more than 98% of the total time is spent in garbage collection and less than 2% of the heap is recovered, an OutOfMemoryError will be thrown. This feature is designed to prevent applications from running for an extended period of time while making little or no progress because the heap is too small. If necessary, this feature can be disabled by adding the option -XX:-UseGCOverheadLimit to the command line.

The policy is the same as that in the parallel collector, except that time spent performing concurrent collections is not counted toward the 98% time limit. In other words, only collections performed while the application is stopped count toward excessive GC time. Such collections are typically due to a concurrent mode failure or an explicit collection request (e.g., a call to System.gc()).

in conjunction with a passage further down

One of the most commonly encountered uses of explicit garbage collection occurs with RMIs distributed garbage collection (DGC). Applications using RMI refer to objects in other virtual machines. Garbage cannot be collected in these distributed applications without occasionally collection the local heap, so RMI forces full collections periodically. The frequency of these collections can be controlled with properties. For example,

java -Dsun.rmi.dgc.client.gcInterval=3600000

-Dsun.rmi.dgc.server.gcInterval=3600000 specifies explicit collection once per hour instead of the default rate of once per minute. However, this may also cause some objects to take much longer to be reclaimed. These properties can be set as high as Long.MAX_VALUE to make the time between explicit collections effectively infinite, if there is no desire for an upper bound on the timeliness of DGC activity.

Seems to imply that the evaluation period for determining the 98% is one minute long, but it might be configurable on Sun's JVM with the correct define.

Of course, other interpretations are possible.

Why declare unicode by string in python?

Those are two different things, as others have mentioned.

When you specify # -*- coding: utf-8 -*-, you're telling Python the source file you've saved is utf-8. The default for Python 2 is ASCII (for Python 3 it's utf-8). This just affects how the interpreter reads the characters in the file.

In general, it's probably not the best idea to embed high unicode characters into your file no matter what the encoding is; you can use string unicode escapes, which work in either encoding.


When you declare a string with a u in front, like u'This is a string', it tells the Python compiler that the string is Unicode, not bytes. This is handled mostly transparently by the interpreter; the most obvious difference is that you can now embed unicode characters in the string (that is, u'\u2665' is now legal). You can use from __future__ import unicode_literals to make it the default.

This only applies to Python 2; in Python 3 the default is Unicode, and you need to specify a b in front (like b'These are bytes', to declare a sequence of bytes).

No @XmlRootElement generated by JAXB

JAXBElement wrappers works for cases where no @XmlRootElement is generated by JAXB. These wrappers are available in ObjectFactory class generated by maven-jaxb2-plugin. For eg:

     public class HelloWorldEndpoint {
        @PayloadRoot(namespace = NAMESPACE_URI, localPart = "person")
        @ResponsePayload
        public JAXBElement<Greeting> sayHello(@RequestPayload JAXBElement<Person> request) {

        Person person = request.getValue();

        String greeting = "Hello " + person.getFirstName() + " " + person.getLastName() + "!";

        Greeting greet = new Greeting();
        greet.setGreeting(greeting);

        ObjectFactory factory = new ObjectFactory();
        JAXBElement<Greeting> response = factory.createGreeting(greet);
        return response;
      }
 }

jQuery limit to 2 decimal places

Here is a working example in both Javascript and jQuery:

http://jsfiddle.net/GuLYN/312/

//In jQuery
$("#calculate").click(function() {
    var num = parseFloat($("#textbox").val());
    var new_num = $("#textbox").val(num.toFixed(2));
});


// In javascript
document.getElementById('calculate').onclick = function() {
    var num = parseFloat(document.getElementById('textbox').value);
    var new_num = num.toFixed(2);
    document.getElementById('textbox').value = new_num;
};
?

How to escape indicator characters (i.e. : or - ) in YAML

Quotes, but I prefer them on the just the value:

url: "http://www.example.com/"

Putting them across the whole line looks like it might cause problems.

HTML5 Canvas and Anti-aliasing

You may translate canvas by half-pixel distance.

ctx.translate(0.5, 0.5);

Initially the canvas positioning point between the physical pixels.

grep for multiple strings in file on different lines (ie. whole file, not line based search)?

I did that with two steps. Make a list of csv files in one file With a help of this page comments I made two scriptless steps to get what I needed. Just type into terminal:

$ find /csv/file/dir -name '*.csv' > csv_list.txt
$ grep -q Svenska `cat csv_list.txt` && grep -q Norsk `cat csv_list.txt` && grep -l Dansk `cat csv_list.txt`

it did exactly what I needed - print file names containing all three words.

Also mind the symbols like `' "

Java - Find shortest path between 2 points in a distance weighted map

Like SplinterReality said: There's no reason not to use Dijkstra's algorithm here.

The code below I nicked from here and modified it to solve the example in the question.

import java.util.PriorityQueue;
import java.util.List;
import java.util.ArrayList;
import java.util.Collections;

class Vertex implements Comparable<Vertex>
{
    public final String name;
    public Edge[] adjacencies;
    public double minDistance = Double.POSITIVE_INFINITY;
    public Vertex previous;
    public Vertex(String argName) { name = argName; }
    public String toString() { return name; }
    public int compareTo(Vertex other)
    {
        return Double.compare(minDistance, other.minDistance);
    }

}


class Edge
{
    public final Vertex target;
    public final double weight;
    public Edge(Vertex argTarget, double argWeight)
    { target = argTarget; weight = argWeight; }
}

public class Dijkstra
{
    public static void computePaths(Vertex source)
    {
        source.minDistance = 0.;
        PriorityQueue<Vertex> vertexQueue = new PriorityQueue<Vertex>();
        vertexQueue.add(source);

        while (!vertexQueue.isEmpty()) {
            Vertex u = vertexQueue.poll();

            // Visit each edge exiting u
            for (Edge e : u.adjacencies)
            {
                Vertex v = e.target;
                double weight = e.weight;
                double distanceThroughU = u.minDistance + weight;
                if (distanceThroughU < v.minDistance) {
                    vertexQueue.remove(v);

                    v.minDistance = distanceThroughU ;
                    v.previous = u;
                    vertexQueue.add(v);
                }
            }
        }
    }

    public static List<Vertex> getShortestPathTo(Vertex target)
    {
        List<Vertex> path = new ArrayList<Vertex>();
        for (Vertex vertex = target; vertex != null; vertex = vertex.previous)
            path.add(vertex);

        Collections.reverse(path);
        return path;
    }

    public static void main(String[] args)
    {
        // mark all the vertices 
        Vertex A = new Vertex("A");
        Vertex B = new Vertex("B");
        Vertex D = new Vertex("D");
        Vertex F = new Vertex("F");
        Vertex K = new Vertex("K");
        Vertex J = new Vertex("J");
        Vertex M = new Vertex("M");
        Vertex O = new Vertex("O");
        Vertex P = new Vertex("P");
        Vertex R = new Vertex("R");
        Vertex Z = new Vertex("Z");

        // set the edges and weight
        A.adjacencies = new Edge[]{ new Edge(M, 8) };
        B.adjacencies = new Edge[]{ new Edge(D, 11) };
        D.adjacencies = new Edge[]{ new Edge(B, 11) };
        F.adjacencies = new Edge[]{ new Edge(K, 23) };
        K.adjacencies = new Edge[]{ new Edge(O, 40) };
        J.adjacencies = new Edge[]{ new Edge(K, 25) };
        M.adjacencies = new Edge[]{ new Edge(R, 8) };
        O.adjacencies = new Edge[]{ new Edge(K, 40) };
        P.adjacencies = new Edge[]{ new Edge(Z, 18) };
        R.adjacencies = new Edge[]{ new Edge(P, 15) };
        Z.adjacencies = new Edge[]{ new Edge(P, 18) };


        computePaths(A); // run Dijkstra
        System.out.println("Distance to " + Z + ": " + Z.minDistance);
        List<Vertex> path = getShortestPathTo(Z);
        System.out.println("Path: " + path);
    }
}

The code above produces:

Distance to Z: 49.0
Path: [A, M, R, P, Z]

UnicodeEncodeError: 'ascii' codec can't encode character u'\xef' in position 0: ordinal not in range(128)

The problem according to your traceback is the print statement on line 136 of parseXML.py. Unfortunately you didn't see fit to post that part of your code, but I'm going to guess it is just there for debugging. If you change it to:

print repr(ch)

then you should at least see what you are trying to print.

How to configure SSL certificates with Charles Web Proxy and the latest Android Emulator on Windows?

These things helped me

  1. Go to proxy -> SSL proxy settings -> Add
  2. Add your site name here and give port number as 8888

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  1. Right click on your site name on the left panel and choose "Enable SSL Proxying" enter image description here

Hope this helps someone out there.

How to write multiple conditions in Makefile.am with "else if"

As you've discovered, you can't do that. You can do:

libtest_LIBS = 

...

if HAVE_CLIENT
libtest_LIBS += libclient.la
endif

if HAVE_SERVER
libtest_LIBS += libserver.la
endif

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

using System.Net;

WebClient webClient = new WebClient();
webClient.DownloadFile("http://mysite.com/myfile.txt", @"c:\myfile.txt");

C++ templates that accept only certain types

C++20 concept usage

https://en.cppreference.com/w/cpp/language/constraints cppreference is giving the inheritance use case as an explicit concept example:

template <class T, class U>
concept Derived = std::is_base_of<U, T>::value;
 
template<Derived<Base> T>
void f(T);  // T is constrained by Derived<T, Base>

For multiple bases I'm guessing the syntax will be:

template <class T, class U, class V>
concept Derived = std::is_base_of<U, T>::value || std::is_base_of<V, T>::value;
 
template<Derived<Base1, Base2> T>
void f(T);

GCC 10 appears to have implemented it: https://gcc.gnu.org/gcc-10/changes.html and you can get it as a PPA on Ubuntu 20.04. https://godbolt.org/ My local GCC 10.1 did not recognize concept yet, so not sure what is going on.

What is difference between functional and imperative programming languages?

• Imperative Languages:

  • Efficient execution

  • Complex semantics

  • Complex syntax

  • Concurrency is programmer designed

  • Complex testing, has no referential transparency, has side effects

  • Has state

• Functional Languages:

  • Simple semantics

  • Simple syntax

  • Less efficient execution

  • Programs can automatically be made concurrent

  • Simple testing, has referential transparency, has no side effects

  • Has no state

Search File And Find Exact Match And Print Line?

The check has to be like this:

if num == line.split()[0]:

If file.txt has a layout like this:

1 foo
20 bar
30 20

We split up "1 foo" into ['1', 'foo'] and just use the first item, which is the number.

AngularJS Dropdown required validation

You need to add a name attribute to your dropdown list, then you need to add a required attribute, and then you can reference the error using myForm.[input name].$error.required:

HTML:

        <form name="myForm" ng-controller="Ctrl" ng-submit="save(myForm)" novalidate>
        <input type="text" name="txtServiceName" ng-model="ServiceName" required>
<span ng-show="myForm.txtServiceName.$error.required">Enter Service Name</span>
<br/>
          <select name="service_id" class="Sitedropdown" style="width: 220px;"          
                  ng-model="ServiceID" 
                  ng-options="service.ServiceID as service.ServiceName for service in services"
                  required> 
            <option value="">Select Service</option> 
          </select> 
          <span ng-show="myForm.service_id.$error.required">Select service</span>

        </form>

    Controller:

        function Ctrl($scope) {
          $scope.services = [
            {ServiceID: 1, ServiceName: 'Service1'},
            {ServiceID: 2, ServiceName: 'Service2'},
            {ServiceID: 3, ServiceName: 'Service3'}
          ];

    $scope.save = function(myForm) {
    console.log('Selected Value: '+ myForm.service_id.$modelValue);
    alert('Data Saved! without validate');
    };
        }

Here's a working plunker.

how to stop Javascript forEach?

In some cases Array.some will probably fulfil the requirements.

How to find if a given key exists in a C++ std::map

I know this question already has some good answers but I think my solution is worth of sharing.

It works for both std::map and std::vector<std::pair<T, U>> and is available from C++11.

template <typename ForwardIterator, typename Key>
bool contains_key(ForwardIterator first, ForwardIterator last, Key const key) {
    using ValueType = typename std::iterator_traits<ForwardIterator>::value_type;

    auto search_result = std::find_if(
        first, last,
        [&key](ValueType const& item) {
            return item.first == key;
        }
    );

    if (search_result == last) {
        return false;
    } else {
        return true;
    }
}

virtualbox Raw-mode is unavailable courtesy of Hyper-V windows 10

As in the docs, if you are on windows you can use hyperv drivers.

Docker for Windows - You can use docker-machine create with the hyperv driver to create additional local machines.

What is the use of the @Temporal annotation in Hibernate?

use this

@Temporal(TemporalType.TIMESTAMP)
@Column(name="create_date")
private Calendar createDate;

public Calendar getCreateDate() {
    return createDate;
}

public void setCreateDate(Calendar createDate) {
    this.createDate = createDate;
}

Responsive web design is working on desktop but not on mobile device

Though it is answered above and it is right to use

<meta name="viewport" content="width=device-width, initial-scale=1">

but if you are using React and webpack then don't forget to close the element tag

<meta name="viewport" content="width=device-width, initial-scale=1" />

The difference between the Runnable and Callable interfaces in Java

Let us look at where one would use Runnable and Callable.

Runnable and Callable both run on a different thread than the calling thread. But Callable can return a value and Runnable cannot. So where does this really apply.

Runnable : If you have a fire and forget task then use Runnable. Put your code inside a Runnable and when the run() method is called, you can perform your task. The calling thread really does not care when you perform your task.

Callable : If you are trying to retrieve a value from a task, then use Callable. Now callable on its own will not do the job. You will need a Future that you wrap around your Callable and get your values on future.get (). Here the calling thread will be blocked till the Future comes back with results which in turn is waiting for Callable's call() method to execute.

So think about an interface to a target class where you have both Runnable and Callable wrapped methods defined. The calling class will randomly call your interface methods not knowing which is Runnable and which is Callable. The Runnable methods will execute asynchronously, till a Callable method is called. Here the calling class's thread will block since you are retrieving values from your target class.

NOTE : Inside your target class you can make the calls to Callable and Runnable on a single thread executor, making this mechanism similar to a serial dispatch queue. So as long as the caller calls your Runnable wrapped methods the calling thread will execute really fast without blocking. As soon as it calls a Callable wrapped in Future method it will have to block till all the other queued items are executed. Only then the method will return with values. This is a synchronization mechanism.

What's the fastest way to loop through an array in JavaScript?

It's just 2018 so an update could be nice...

And I really have to disagree with the accepted answer. It defers on different browsers. some do forEach faster, some for-loop, and some while here is a benchmark on all method http://jsben.ch/mW36e

arr.forEach( a => {
  // ...
}

and since you can see alot of for-loop like for(a = 0; ... ) then worth to mention that without 'var' variables will be define globally and this can dramatically affects on speed so it'll get slow.

Duff's device run faster on opera but not in firefox

_x000D_
_x000D_
var arr = arr = new Array(11111111).fill(255);_x000D_
var benches =     _x000D_
[ [ "empty", () => {_x000D_
  for(var a = 0, l = arr.length; a < l; a++);_x000D_
}]_x000D_
, ["for-loop", () => {_x000D_
  for(var a = 0, l = arr.length; a < l; ++a)_x000D_
    var b = arr[a] + 1;_x000D_
}]_x000D_
, ["for-loop++", () => {_x000D_
  for(var a = 0, l = arr.length; a < l; a++)_x000D_
    var b = arr[a] + 1;_x000D_
}]_x000D_
, ["for-loop - arr.length", () => {_x000D_
  for(var a = 0; a < arr.length; ++a )_x000D_
    var b = arr[a] + 1;_x000D_
}]_x000D_
, ["reverse for-loop", () => {_x000D_
  for(var a = arr.length - 1; a >= 0; --a )_x000D_
    var b = arr[a] + 1;_x000D_
}]_x000D_
,["while-loop", () => {_x000D_
  var a = 0, l = arr.length;_x000D_
  while( a < l ) {_x000D_
    var b = arr[a] + 1;_x000D_
    ++a;_x000D_
  }_x000D_
}]_x000D_
, ["reverse-do-while-loop", () => {_x000D_
  var a = arr.length - 1; // CAREFUL_x000D_
  do {_x000D_
    var b = arr[a] + 1;_x000D_
  } while(a--);   _x000D_
}]_x000D_
, ["forEach", () => {_x000D_
  arr.forEach( a => {_x000D_
    var b = a + 1;_x000D_
  });_x000D_
}]_x000D_
, ["for const..in (only 3.3%)", () => {_x000D_
  var ar = arr.slice(0,arr.length/33);_x000D_
  for( const a in ar ) {_x000D_
    var b = a + 1;_x000D_
  }_x000D_
}]_x000D_
, ["for let..in (only 3.3%)", () => {_x000D_
  var ar = arr.slice(0,arr.length/33);_x000D_
  for( let a in ar ) {_x000D_
    var b = a + 1;_x000D_
  }_x000D_
}]_x000D_
, ["for var..in (only 3.3%)", () => {_x000D_
  var ar = arr.slice(0,arr.length/33);_x000D_
  for( var a in ar ) {_x000D_
    var b = a + 1;_x000D_
  }_x000D_
}]_x000D_
, ["Duff's device", () => {_x000D_
  var len = arr.length;_x000D_
  var i, n = len % 8 - 1;_x000D_
_x000D_
  if (n > 0) {_x000D_
    do {_x000D_
      var b = arr[len-n] + 1;_x000D_
    } while (--n); // n must be greater than 0 here_x000D_
  }_x000D_
  n = (len * 0.125) ^ 0;_x000D_
  if (n > 0) { _x000D_
    do {_x000D_
      i = --n <<3;_x000D_
      var b = arr[i] + 1;_x000D_
      var c = arr[i+1] + 1;_x000D_
      var d = arr[i+2] + 1;_x000D_
      var e = arr[i+3] + 1;_x000D_
      var f = arr[i+4] + 1;_x000D_
      var g = arr[i+5] + 1;_x000D_
      var h = arr[i+6] + 1;_x000D_
      var k = arr[i+7] + 1;_x000D_
    }_x000D_
    while (n); // n must be greater than 0 here also_x000D_
  }_x000D_
}]];_x000D_
function bench(title, f) {_x000D_
  var t0 = performance.now();_x000D_
  var res = f();_x000D_
  return performance.now() - t0; // console.log(`${title} took ${t1-t0} msec`);_x000D_
}_x000D_
var globalVarTime = bench( "for-loop without 'var'", () => {_x000D_
  // Here if you forget to put 'var' so variables'll be global_x000D_
  for(a = 0, l = arr.length; a < l; ++a)_x000D_
     var b = arr[a] + 1;_x000D_
});_x000D_
var times = benches.map( function(a) {_x000D_
                      arr = new Array(11111111).fill(255);_x000D_
                      return [a[0], bench(...a)]_x000D_
                     }).sort( (a,b) => a[1]-b[1] );_x000D_
var max = times[times.length-1][1];_x000D_
times = times.map( a => {a[2] = (a[1]/max)*100; return a; } );_x000D_
var template = (title, time, n) =>_x000D_
  `<div>` +_x000D_
    `<span>${title} &nbsp;</span>` +_x000D_
    `<span style="width:${3+n/2}%">&nbsp;${Number(time.toFixed(3))}msec</span>` +_x000D_
  `</div>`;_x000D_
_x000D_
var strRes = times.map( t => template(...t) ).join("\n") + _x000D_
            `<br><br>for-loop without 'var' ${globalVarTime} msec.`;_x000D_
var $container = document.getElementById("container");_x000D_
$container.innerHTML = strRes;
_x000D_
body { color:#fff; background:#333; font-family:helvetica; }_x000D_
body > div > div {  clear:both   }_x000D_
body > div > div > span {_x000D_
  float:left;_x000D_
  width:43%;_x000D_
  margin:3px 0;_x000D_
  text-align:right;_x000D_
}_x000D_
body > div > div > span:nth-child(2) {_x000D_
  text-align:left;_x000D_
  background:darkorange;_x000D_
  animation:showup .37s .111s;_x000D_
  -webkit-animation:showup .37s .111s;_x000D_
}_x000D_
@keyframes showup { from { width:0; } }_x000D_
@-webkit-keyframes showup { from { width:0; } }
_x000D_
<div id="container"> </div>
_x000D_
_x000D_
_x000D_

java.lang.UnsupportedClassVersionError: Unsupported major.minor version 51.0 (unable to load class frontend.listener.StartupListener)

What is your output when you do java -version? This will tell you what version the running JVM is.

The Unsupported major.minor version 51.0 error could mean:

  • Your server is running a lower Java version then the one used to compile your Servlet and vice versa

Either way, uninstall all JVM runtimes including JDK and download latest and re-install. That should fix any Unsupported major.minor error as you will have the lastest JRE and JDK (Maybe even newer then the one used to compile the Servlet)

See: http://www.java.com/en/download/manual.jsp (7 Update 25 )

and here: http://www.oracle.com/technetwork/java/javase/downloads/index.html (Java Platform (JDK) 7u25)

for the latest version of the JRE and JDK respectively.

EDIT:

Most likely your code was written in Java7 however maybe it was done using Java7update4 and your system is running Java7update3. Thus they both are effectively the same major version but the minor versions differ. Only the larger minor version is backward compatible with the lower minor version.

Edit 2 : If you have more than one jdk installed on your pc. you should check that Apache Tomcat is using the same one (jre) you are compiling your programs with. If you installed a new jdk after installing apache it normally won't select the new version.

What is the equivalent of Java's final in C#?

It depends on the context.

How do I use T-SQL's Case/When?

declare @n int = 7,
    @m int = 3;

select 
    case 
        when @n = 1 then
            'SOMETEXT'
    else
        case 
            when @m = 1 then
                'SOMEOTHERTEXT'
            when @m = 2 then
                'SOMEOTHERTEXTGOESHERE'
        end
    end as col1
-- n=1 => returns SOMETEXT regardless of @m
-- n=2 and m=1 => returns SOMEOTHERTEXT
-- n=2 and m=2 => returns SOMEOTHERTEXTGOESHERE
-- n=2 and m>2 => returns null (no else defined for inner case)

Spring boot - Not a managed type

In my case the problem was due to my forgetting to have annotated my Entity classes with @javax.persistence.Entity annotation. Doh!

//The class reported as "not a amanaged type"
@javax.persistence.Entity
public class MyEntityClass extends my.base.EntityClass {
    ....
}

com.mysql.jdbc.exceptions.jdbc4.CommunicationsException: Communications link failure

My same problem is solved by the following steps:

  1. Go to my.cnf

    vi /etc/mysql/my.cnf
    
  2. Modify its bind-address

    "bind-address = 0.0.0.0"
    
  3. Restart MySQL

    sudo /etc/init.d/mysql restart
    

getting integer values from textfield

You need to use Integer.parseInt(String)

private void jTextField2MouseClicked(java.awt.event.MouseEvent evt) {
        if(evt.getSource()==jTextField2){
            int jml = Integer.parseInt(jTextField3.getText());
            jTextField1.setText(numberToWord(jml));

        }
    }

Error System.Data.OracleClient requires Oracle client software version 8.1.7 or greater when installs setup

On your remote machine, System.Data.OracleClient need access to some of the oracle dll which are not part of .Net. Solutions:

  • Install Oracle Client , and add bin location to Path environment varaible of windows OR
  • Copy oraociicus10.dll (Basic-Lite version) or aociei10.dll (Basic version), oci.dll, orannzsbb10.dll and oraocci10.dll from oracle client installable folder to bin folder of application so that application is able to find required dll

On your local machine most probably path to Oracle Client is already added in Path environment variable to there required dll are available to application but not on remote machine

How can I delete a user in linux when the system says its currently used in a process

Only solution that worked for me

$ sudo killall -u username && sudo deluser --remove-home -f username

The killall command is used if multiple processes are used by the user you want to delete.

The -f option forces the removal of the user account, even if the user is still logged in. It also forces deluser to remove the user's home directory and mail spool, even if another user uses the same home directory.

Please confirm that it works in the comments.

How to pass Multiple Parameters from ajax call to MVC Controller

function final_submit1() {
    var city = $("#city").val();
    var airport = $("#airport").val();

    var vehicle = $("#vehicle").val();

    if(city && airport){
    $.ajax({
        type:"POST",
        cache:false,
        data:{"city": city,"airport": airport},
        url:'http://airportLimo/ajax-car-list', 
        success: function (html) {
             console.log(html);
          //$('#add').val('data sent');
          //$('#msg').html(html);
           $('#pprice').html("Price: $"+html);
        }
      });

    }  
}

How to add click event to a iframe with JQuery

None of the suggested answers worked for me. I solved a similar case the following way:

<a href="http://my-target-url.com" id="iframe-wrapper"></a>
<iframe id="iframe_id" src="http://something.com" allowtrancparency="yes" frameborder="o"></iframe>

The css (of course exact positioning should change according to the app requirements):

#iframe-wrapper, iframe#iframe_id {
  width: 162px;
  border: none;
  height: 21px;
  position: absolute;
  top: 3px;
  left: 398px;
}
#alerts-wrapper {
  z-index: 1000;
}

Of course now you can catch any event on the iframe-wrapper.

What does `set -x` do?

set -x enables a mode of the shell where all executed commands are printed to the terminal. In your case it's clearly used for debugging, which is a typical use case for set -x: printing every command as it is executed may help you to visualize the control flow of the script if it is not functioning as expected.

set +x disables it.

variable or field declared void

The thing is that, when you call a function you should not write the type of the function, that means you should call the funnction just like

initializeJSP(Experiment);

Can we add div inside table above every <tr>?

"div" tag can not be used above "tr" tag. Instead you can use "tbody" tag to do your work. If you are planning to give id attribute to div tag and doing some processing, same purpose you can achieve through "tbody" tag. Div and Table are both block level elements. so they can not be nested. For further information visit this page

For example:

<table>
    <tbody class="green">
        <tr>
            <td>Data</td>
        </tr>
    </tbody>
    <tbody class="blue">
        <tr>
            <td>Data</td>
        </tr>
    </tbody>
</table>

secondly, you can put "div" tag inside "td" tag.

<table>
    <tr>
        <td>
            <div></div>
        </td>
    </tr>
</table>

Further questions are always welcome.

LogisticRegression: Unknown label type: 'continuous' using sklearn in python

I struggled with the same issue when trying to feed floats to the classifiers. I wanted to keep floats and not integers for accuracy. Try using regressor algorithms. For example:

import numpy as np
from sklearn import linear_model
from sklearn import svm

classifiers = [
    svm.SVR(),
    linear_model.SGDRegressor(),
    linear_model.BayesianRidge(),
    linear_model.LassoLars(),
    linear_model.ARDRegression(),
    linear_model.PassiveAggressiveRegressor(),
    linear_model.TheilSenRegressor(),
    linear_model.LinearRegression()]

trainingData    = np.array([ [2.3, 4.3, 2.5],  [1.3, 5.2, 5.2],  [3.3, 2.9, 0.8],  [3.1, 4.3, 4.0]  ])
trainingScores  = np.array( [3.4, 7.5, 4.5, 1.6] )
predictionData  = np.array([ [2.5, 2.4, 2.7],  [2.7, 3.2, 1.2] ])

for item in classifiers:
    print(item)
    clf = item
    clf.fit(trainingData, trainingScores)
    print(clf.predict(predictionData),'\n')

Setting format and value in input type="date"

It's ugly, but it works. :/

var today = new Date().toLocaleString('en-GB').split(' ')[0].split('/').reverse().join('-');

ImportError in importing from sklearn: cannot import name check_build

In windows:

I tried to delete sklearn from the shell: pip uninstall sklearn, and re install it but doesn't work ..

the solution:

1- open the cmd shell.
2- cd c:\pythonVERSION\scripts
3- pip uninstall sklearn
4- open in the explorer: C:\pythonVERSION\Lib\site-packages
5- look for the folders that contains sklearn and delete them ..
6- back to cmd: pip install sklearn

AngularJS: ng-show / ng-hide not working with `{{ }}` interpolation

If you want to show/hide an element based on the status of one {{expression}} you can use ng-switch:

<p ng-switch="foo.bar">I could be shown, or I could be hidden</p>

The paragraph will be displayed when foo.bar is true, hidden when false.

How to find the path of Flutter SDK

To find the Flutter SDK path [ used Windows10 ]

  1. In your Android Studio home page on the bottom right click on Configure
  2. Then Click on SDK Manager
  3. Then on System Settings
  4. Then on AndroidSDK

You will see the path at the top

IIS7 Permissions Overview - ApplicationPoolIdentity

Top Answer from Jon Adams

Here is how to implement this for the PowerShell folks

$IncommingPath = "F:\WebContent"
$Acl = Get-Acl $IncommingPath
$Ar = New-Object  system.security.accesscontrol.filesystemaccessrule("IIS AppPool\DefaultAppPool","FullControl","ContainerInherit, ObjectInherit", "None", "Allow")
$Acl.SetAccessRule($Ar)
Set-Acl $IncommingPath $Acl

Adding JPanel to JFrame

public class Test{

Test2 test = new Test2();
JFrame frame = new JFrame();

Test(){
...
frame.setLayout(new BorderLayout());
frame.add(test, BorderLayout.CENTER);
...
}

//main
...
}

//public class Test2{
public class Test2 extends JPanel {

//JPanel test2 = new JPanel();

Test2(){
...
}

Where do I find the line number in the Xcode editor?

  1. Go to Xcode preferences by clicking on "Xcode" in the left hand side upper corner.

  2. Select "Text Editing".

  3. Select "Show: Line numbers" and click on check box for enable it.

  4. Close it.

Then you will see the line number in Xcode.

How do I loop through rows with a data reader in C#?

There is no way to get "the whole row" at once - you need to loop through the rows, and for each row, you need to read each column separately:

using(SqlDataReader rdr = cmd.ExecuteReader())
{
    while (rdr.Read())
    {
        string value1 = rdr.GetString(0);
        string value2 = rdr.GetString(1);
        string value3 = rdr.GetString(2);
    }
}

What you do with those strings that you read for each row is entirely up to you - you could store them into a class that you've defined, or whatever....

HTML text input field with currency symbol

I ended up needing the type to still remain as a number, so used CSS to push the dollar sign into the input field using an absolute position.

_x000D_
_x000D_
<div>_x000D_
   <span style="position: absolute; margin-left: 1px; margin-top: 1px;">$</span>_x000D_
   <input type="number" style="padding-left: 8px;">_x000D_
</div>
_x000D_
_x000D_
_x000D_

round() for float in C++

Based on Kalaxy's response, the following is a templated solution that rounds any floating point number to the nearest integer type based on natural rounding. It also throws an error in debug mode if the value is out of range of the integer type, thereby serving roughly as a viable library function.

    // round a floating point number to the nearest integer
    template <typename Arg>
    int Round(Arg arg)
    {
#ifndef NDEBUG
        // check that the argument can be rounded given the return type:
        if (
            (Arg)std::numeric_limits<int>::max() < arg + (Arg) 0.5) ||
            (Arg)std::numeric_limits<int>::lowest() > arg - (Arg) 0.5)
            )
        {
            throw std::overflow_error("out of bounds");
        }
#endif

        return (arg > (Arg) 0.0) ? (int)(r + (Arg) 0.5) : (int)(r - (Arg) 0.5);
    }

Windows equivalent of the 'tail' command

in PS try to use command:

Select -Last 1

This command can be pipelined also.

Example to get first line:

type .\out.txt | Select -Last 1

or to get the first line:

 type .\out.txt | Select -First 1

Error - Unable to access the IIS metabase

I'm using Win 8 Pro and VS 2013. After trying everything in this page... I simply reinstalled IIS Express 8 and everything works fine now (even without running as an admin).

My conclusion is that this is a rather generic error and there are multiple root causes.

How to set JAVA_HOME environment variable on Mac OS X 10.9?

I did it by putting

export JAVA_HOME=`/usr/libexec/java_home`

(backtics) in my .bashrc. See my comment on Adrian's answer.

upstream sent too big header while reading response header from upstream

If you're using Symfony framework: Before messing with Nginx config, try to disable ChromePHP first.

1 - Open app/config/config_dev.yml

2 - Comment these lines:

#chromephp:
    #type:   chromephp
    #level:  info

ChromePHP pack the debug info json-encoded in the X-ChromePhp-Data header, which is too big for the default config of nginx with fastcgi.

Source: https://github.com/symfony/symfony/issues/8413#issuecomment-20412848

How to quickly and conveniently create a one element arraylist

The other answers all use Arrays.asList(), which returns an unmodifiable list (an UnsupportedOperationException is thrown if you try to add or remove an element). To get a mutable list you can wrap the returned list in a new ArrayList as a couple of answers point out, but a cleaner solution is to use Guava's Lists.newArrayList() (available since at least Guava 10, released in 2011).

For example:

Lists.newArrayList("Blargle!");

What is the use of BindingResult interface in spring MVC?

BindingResult is used for validation..

Example:-

 public @ResponseBody String nutzer(@ModelAttribute(value="nutzer") Nutzer nutzer, BindingResult ergebnis){
        String ergebnisText;
        if(!ergebnis.hasErrors()){
            nutzerList.add(nutzer);
            ergebnisText = "Anzahl: " + nutzerList.size();
        }else{
            ergebnisText = "Error!!!!!!!!!!!";
        }
        return ergebnisText;
    }

Can't connect to MySQL server on 'localhost' (10061) after Installation

this issue is very to solve by windows server users

  1. go to this path C:\Program Files\MySQL\MySQL Server 5.1\bin

  2. run this tool "MySQLInstanceConfig.exe"

and config the instatnce again and problem solved

How do I clear a search box with an 'x' in bootstrap 3?

I tried to avoid too much custom CSS and after reading some other examples I merged the ideas there and got this solution:

<div class="form-group has-feedback has-clear">
    <input type="text" class="form-control" ng-model="ctrl.searchService.searchTerm" ng-change="ctrl.search()" placeholder="Suche"/>
    <a class="glyphicon glyphicon-remove-sign form-control-feedback form-control-clear" ng-click="ctrl.clearSearch()" style="pointer-events: auto; text-decoration: none;cursor: pointer;"></a>
</div>

As I don't use bootstrap's JavaScript, just the CSS together with Angular, I don't need the classes has-clear and form-control-clear, and I implemented the clear function in my AngularJS controller. With bootstrap's JavaScript this might be possible without own JavaScript.

Calling ASP.NET MVC Action Methods from JavaScript

You can simply add this when you are using same controller to redirect

var url = "YourActionName?parameterName=" + parameterValue;
window.location.href = url;

Github: error cloning my private repository

On a side note, this issue can happen in Windows if the user who is trying to use git is different than the user who installed it. The error may indicate that git cannot access the certificate files. Installing git as the administrator and using @rogertoday's answer resolved my issue.

How to align the checkbox and label in same line in html?

Wrap the checkbox with the label and check this

HTML:

<li>
     <label for="checkid"  style="word-wrap:break-word">
        <input id="checkid"  type="checkbox" value="test" />testdata
     </label>
</li>

CSS:

[type="checkbox"]
{
    vertical-align:middle;
}

http://jsfiddle.net/pKD9K/1/

Iterate through the fields of a struct in Go

Maybe too late :))) but there is another solution that you can find the key and value of structs and iterate over that

package main

import (
    "fmt"
    "reflect"
)

type person struct {
    firsName string
    lastName string
    iceCream []string
}

func main() {
    u := struct {
        myMap    map[int]int
        mySlice  []string
        myPerson person
    }{
        myMap:   map[int]int{1: 10, 2: 20},
        mySlice: []string{"red", "green"},
        myPerson: person{
            firsName: "Esmaeil",
            lastName: "Abedi",
            iceCream: []string{"Vanilla", "chocolate"},
        },
    }
    v := reflect.ValueOf(u)
    for i := 0; i < v.NumField(); i++ {
        fmt.Println(v.Type().Field(i).Name)
        fmt.Println("\t", v.Field(i))
    }
}
and there is no *panic* for v.Field(i)

how to break the _.each function in underscore.js

You can have a look to _.some instead of _.each. _.some stops traversing the list once a predicate is true. Result(s) can be stored in an external variable.

_.some([1, 2, 3], function(v) {
    if (v == 2) return true;
})

See http://underscorejs.org/#some

PHP foreach change original array values

function checkForm(& $fields){
    foreach($fields as $field){
        if($field['required'] && strlen($_POST[$field['name']]) <= 0){
            $fields[$field]['value'] = "Some error";
        }
    }
    return $fields;
}

This is what I would Suggest pass by reference

Mocking a function to raise an Exception to test an except block

Your mock is raising the exception just fine, but the error.resp.status value is missing. Rather than use return_value, just tell Mock that status is an attribute:

barMock.side_effect = HttpError(mock.Mock(status=404), 'not found')

Additional keyword arguments to Mock() are set as attributes on the resulting object.

I put your foo and bar definitions in a my_tests module, added in the HttpError class so I could use it too, and your test then can be ran to success:

>>> from my_tests import foo, HttpError
>>> import mock
>>> with mock.patch('my_tests.bar') as barMock:
...     barMock.side_effect = HttpError(mock.Mock(status=404), 'not found')
...     result = my_test.foo()
... 
404 - 
>>> result is None
True

You can even see the print '404 - %s' % error.message line run, but I think you wanted to use error.content there instead; that's the attribute HttpError() sets from the second argument, at any rate.

Create zip file and ignore directory structure

Use the -j option:

   -j     Store  just the name of a saved file (junk the path), and do not
          store directory names. By default, zip will store the full  path
          (relative to the current path).

CSS/HTML: What is the correct way to make text italic?

The i element is non-semantic, so for the screen readers, Googlebot, etc., it should be some kind of transparent (just like span or div elements). But it's not a good choice for the developer, because it joins the presentation layer with the structure layer - and that's a bad practice.

em element (strong as well) should be always used in a semantic context, not a presentation one. It has to be used whenever some word or sentence is important. Just for an example in the previous sentence, I should use em to put more emphasis on the 'should be always used' part. Browsers provides some default CSS properties for these elements, but you can and you're supposed to override the default values if your design requires this to keep the correct semantic meaning of these elements.

<span class="italic">Italic Text</span> is the most wrong way. First of all, it's inconvenient in use. Secondly, it suggest that the text should be italic. And the structure layer (HTML, XML, etc.) shouldn't ever do it. Presentation should be always kept separated from the structure.

<span class="footnote">Italic Text</span> seems to be the best way for a footnote. It doesn't suggest any presentation and just describes the markup. You can't predict what will happen in the feature. If a footnote will grow up in the feature, you might be forced to change its class name (to keep some logic in your code).

So whenever you've some important text, use em or strong to emphasis it. But remember that these elements are inline elements and shouldn't be used to emphasis large blocks of text.

Use CSS if you care only about how something looks like and always try to avoid any extra markup.

Double decimal formatting in Java

There are many way you can do this. Those are given bellow:

Suppose your original number is given bellow:

 double number = 2354548.235;

Using NumberFormat:

NumberFormat formatter = new DecimalFormat("#0.00");
    System.out.println(formatter.format(number));

Using String.format:

System.out.println(String.format("%,.2f", number));

Using DecimalFormat and pattern:

NumberFormat nf = DecimalFormat.getInstance(Locale.ENGLISH);
        DecimalFormat decimalFormatter = (DecimalFormat) nf;
        decimalFormatter.applyPattern("#,###,###.##");
        String fString = decimalFormatter.format(number);
        System.out.println(fString);

Using DecimalFormat and pattern

DecimalFormat decimalFormat = new DecimalFormat("############.##");
        BigDecimal formattedOutput = new BigDecimal(decimalFormat.format(number));
        System.out.println(formattedOutput);

In all cases the output will be: 2354548.23

Note:

During rounding you can add RoundingMode in your formatter. Here are some rounding mode given bellow:

    decimalFormat.setRoundingMode(RoundingMode.CEILING);
    decimalFormat.setRoundingMode(RoundingMode.FLOOR);
    decimalFormat.setRoundingMode(RoundingMode.HALF_DOWN);
    decimalFormat.setRoundingMode(RoundingMode.HALF_UP);
    decimalFormat.setRoundingMode(RoundingMode.UP);

Here are the imports:

import java.math.BigDecimal;
import java.math.RoundingMode;
import java.text.DecimalFormat;
import java.text.NumberFormat;
import java.util.Locale;

How to add option to select list in jQuery

Don't make your code so complicated. It can be done simply as below by using a foreach-like iterator:

$.each(buildings, function (index, value) {
    $('#dropListBuilding').append($('<option/>', { 
        value: value,
        text : value 
    }));
});      

Can I stop 100% Width Text Boxes from extending beyond their containers?

Is there any way to make a text box fill the width of its container without expanding beyond it?

Yes: by using the CSS3 property ‘box-sizing: border-box’, you can redefine what ‘width’ means to include the external padding and border.

Unfortunately because it's CSS3, support isn't very mature, and as the spec process isn't finished yet, it has different temporary names in browsers in the meantime. So:

input.wide {
    width: 100%;
    box-sizing: border-box;
    -moz-box-sizing: border-box;
    -webkit-box-sizing: border-box;
}

The old-school alternative is simply to put a quantity of ‘padding-right’ on the enclosing <div> or <td> element equal to about how much extra left-and-right padding/border in ‘px’ you think browsers will give the input. (Typically 6px for IE<8.)

Using IF ELSE statement based on Count to execute different Insert statements

one obvious solution is to run 2 separate queries, first select all items that have count=1 and run your insert, then select the items with count>1 and run the second insert.

as a second step if the two inserts are similar you can probably combine them into one query.

another possibility is to use a cursor to loop thru your recordset and do whatever logic you need for each line.

Iframe positioning

you should use position: relative; for one iframe and position:absolute; for the second;

Example: for first iframe use:

<div id="contentframe" style="position:relative; top: 100px; left: 50px;">

for second iframe use:

<div id="contentframe" style="position:absolute; top: 0px; left: 690px;">

Copy array by value

let a = [1,2,3];

Now you can do any one of the following to make a copy of an array.

let b = Array.from(a); 

OR

let b = [...a];

OR

let b = new Array(...a); 

OR

let b = a.slice(); 

OR

let b = a.map(e => e);

Now, if i change a,

a.push(5); 

Then, a is [1,2,3,5] but b is still [1,2,3] as it has different reference.

But i think, in all the methods above Array.from is better and made mainly to copy an array.

ImportError: No module named six

For me the issue wasn't six but rst2pdf itself. head -1 $(which rst2pdf) (3.8) didn't match python3 --version (3.9). My solution:

pip3 install rst2pdf

MySQL case sensitive query

Whilst the listed answer is correct, may I suggest that if your column is to hold case sensitive strings you read the documentation and alter your table definition accordingly.

In my case this amounted to defining my column as:

`tag` varchar(255) CHARACTER SET utf8 COLLATE utf8_bin NOT NULL DEFAULT ''

This is in my opinion preferential to adjusting your queries.

nodemon not working: -bash: nodemon: command not found

in Windows OS run:

npx nodemon server.js

or add in package.json config:

...
"scripts": {
    "dev": "npx nodemon server.js"
  },
...

then run:

npm run dev

What is the proper declaration of main in C++?

The two valid mains are int main() and int main(int, char*[]). Any thing else may or may not compile. If main doesn't explicitly return a value, 0 is implicitly returned.

Master Page Weirdness - "Content controls have to be top-level controls in a content page or a nested master page that references a master page."

For some reason, there is no option in the create page dialogue to select a master page. I have tried both programatically declaring the MP and by updating the property in the Properties pane. – NoCarrier 13 mins ago

I believe its because i'm using a "web application" vs a "web site" – NoCarrier 9 mins ago

Chances are it is in the <@PAGE> tag where your problem is. That said, it doesnt make a difference if you are using a Web Application or not. To create a Child Page, right click on your master page in the Solution Explorer and choose Add Content Page.

WAMP Cannot access on local network 403 Forbidden

If you are using WAMPServer 3 See bottom of answer

For WAMPServer versions <= 2.5

By default Wampserver comes configured as securely as it can, so Apache is set to only allow access from the machine running wamp. Afterall it is supposed to be a development server and not a live server.

Also there was a little error released with WAMPServer 2.4 where it used the old Apache 2.2 syntax instead of the new Apache 2.4 syntax for access rights.

You need to change the security setting on Apache to allow access from anywhere else, so edit your httpd.conf file.

Change this section from :

#   onlineoffline tag - don't remove
     Order Deny,Allow
     Deny from all
     Allow from 127.0.0.1
     Allow from ::1
     Allow from localhost

To :

#   onlineoffline tag - don't remove
    Require local
    Require ip 192.168.0

The Require local allows access from these ip's 127.0.0.1 & localhost & ::1.

The statement Require ip 192.168.0 will allow you to access the Apache server from any ip on your internal network. Also it will allow access using the server mechines actual ip address from the server machine, as you are trying to do.

WAMPServer 3 has a different method

In version 3 and > of WAMPServer there is a Virtual Hosts pre defined for localhost so you have to make the access privilage amendements in the Virtual Host definition config file

First dont amend the httpd.conf file at all, leave it as you found it.

Using the menus, edit the httpd-vhosts.conf file.

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It should look like this :

<VirtualHost *:80>
    ServerName localhost
    DocumentRoot D:/wamp/www
    <Directory  "D:/wamp/www/">
        Options +Indexes +FollowSymLinks +MultiViews
        AllowOverride All
        Require local
    </Directory>
</VirtualHost>

Amend it to

<VirtualHost *:80>
    ServerName localhost
    DocumentRoot D:/wamp/www
    <Directory  "D:/wamp/www/">
        Options +Indexes +FollowSymLinks +MultiViews
        AllowOverride All
        Require all granted
    </Directory>
</VirtualHost>

Hopefully you will have created a Virtual Host for your project and not be using the wamp\www folder for your site. In that case leave the localhost definition alone and make the change only to your Virtual Host.

Dont forget to restart Apache after making this change

Loading cross-domain endpoint with AJAX

To get the data form external site by passing using a local proxy as suggested by jherax you can create a php page that fetches the content for you from respective external url and than send a get request to that php page.

var req = new XMLHttpRequest();
req.open('GET', 'http://localhost/get_url_content.php',false);
if(req.status == 200) {
   alert(req.responseText);
}

as a php proxy you can use https://github.com/cowboy/php-simple-proxy

C# version of java's synchronized keyword?

First - most classes will never need to be thread-safe. Use YAGNI: only apply thread-safety when you know you actually are going to use it (and test it).

For the method-level stuff, there is [MethodImpl]:

[MethodImpl(MethodImplOptions.Synchronized)]
public void SomeMethod() {/* code */}

This can also be used on accessors (properties and events):

private int i;
public int SomeProperty
{
    [MethodImpl(MethodImplOptions.Synchronized)]
    get { return i; }
    [MethodImpl(MethodImplOptions.Synchronized)]
    set { i = value; }
}

Note that field-like events are synchronized by default, while auto-implemented properties are not:

public int SomeProperty {get;set;} // not synchronized
public event EventHandler SomeEvent; // synchronized

Personally, I don't like the implementation of MethodImpl as it locks this or typeof(Foo) - which is against best practice. The preferred option is to use your own locks:

private readonly object syncLock = new object();
public void SomeMethod() {
    lock(syncLock) { /* code */ }
}

Note that for field-like events, the locking implementation is dependent on the compiler; in older Microsoft compilers it is a lock(this) / lock(Type) - however, in more recent compilers it uses Interlocked updates - so thread-safe without the nasty parts.

This allows more granular usage, and allows use of Monitor.Wait/Monitor.Pulse etc to communicate between threads.

A related blog entry (later revisited).

Jquery AJAX: No 'Access-Control-Allow-Origin' header is present on the requested resource

Its a CORS issue, your api cannot be accessed directly from remote or different origin, In order to allow other ip address or other origins from accessing you api, you should add the 'Access-Control-Allow-Origin' on the api's header, you can set its value to '*' if you want it to be accessible to all, or you can set specific domain or ips like 'http://siteA.com' or 'http://192. ip address ';

Include this on your api's header, it may vary depending on how you are displaying json data,

if your using ajax, to retrieve and display data your header would look like this,

$.ajax({
   url: '',
   headers: {  'Access-Control-Allow-Origin': 'http://The web site allowed to access' },
   data: data,
   type: 'dataType',
   /* etc */
   success: function(jsondata){

   }
})

Backbone.js fetch with parameters

changing:

collection.fetch({ data: { page: 1} });

to:

collection.fetch({ data: $.param({ page: 1}) });

So with out over doing it, this is called with your {data: {page:1}} object as options

Backbone.sync = function(method, model, options) {
    var type = methodMap[method];

    // Default JSON-request options.
    var params = _.extend({
      type:         type,
      dataType:     'json',
      processData:  false
    }, options);

    // Ensure that we have a URL.
    if (!params.url) {
      params.url = getUrl(model) || urlError();
    }

    // Ensure that we have the appropriate request data.
    if (!params.data && model && (method == 'create' || method == 'update')) {
      params.contentType = 'application/json';
      params.data = JSON.stringify(model.toJSON());
    }

    // For older servers, emulate JSON by encoding the request into an HTML-form.
    if (Backbone.emulateJSON) {
      params.contentType = 'application/x-www-form-urlencoded';
      params.processData = true;
      params.data        = params.data ? {model : params.data} : {};
    }

    // For older servers, emulate HTTP by mimicking the HTTP method with `_method`
    // And an `X-HTTP-Method-Override` header.
    if (Backbone.emulateHTTP) {
      if (type === 'PUT' || type === 'DELETE') {
        if (Backbone.emulateJSON) params.data._method = type;
        params.type = 'POST';
        params.beforeSend = function(xhr) {
          xhr.setRequestHeader('X-HTTP-Method-Override', type);
        };
      }
    }

    // Make the request.
    return $.ajax(params);
};

So it sends the 'data' to jQuery.ajax which will do its best to append whatever params.data is to the URL.

SELECT query with CASE condition and SUM()

I don't think you need a case statement. You just need to update your where clause and make sure you have correct parentheses to group the clauses.

SELECT Sum(CAMount) as PaymentAmount 
from TableOrderPayment 
where (CStatus = 'Active' AND CPaymentType = 'Cash') 
OR (CStatus = 'Active' and CPaymentType = 'Check' and CDate<=SYSDATETIME())

The answers posted before mine assume that CDate<=SYSDATETIME() is also appropriate for Cash payment type as well. I think I split mine out so it only looks for that clause for check payments.

Global variables in R

As Christian's answer with assign() shows, there is a way to assign in the global environment. A simpler, shorter (but not better ... stick with assign) way is to use the <<- operator, ie

    a <<- "new" 

inside the function.

Can we use JSch for SSH key-based communication?

It is possible. Have a look at JSch.addIdentity(...)

This allows you to use key either as byte array or to read it from file.

import com.jcraft.jsch.Channel;
import com.jcraft.jsch.ChannelSftp;
import com.jcraft.jsch.JSch;
import com.jcraft.jsch.Session;

public class UserAuthPubKey {
    public static void main(String[] arg) {
        try {
            JSch jsch = new JSch();

            String user = "tjill";
            String host = "192.18.0.246";
            int port = 10022;
            String privateKey = ".ssh/id_rsa";

            jsch.addIdentity(privateKey);
            System.out.println("identity added ");

            Session session = jsch.getSession(user, host, port);
            System.out.println("session created.");

            // disabling StrictHostKeyChecking may help to make connection but makes it insecure
            // see http://stackoverflow.com/questions/30178936/jsch-sftp-security-with-session-setconfigstricthostkeychecking-no
            // 
            // java.util.Properties config = new java.util.Properties();
            // config.put("StrictHostKeyChecking", "no");
            // session.setConfig(config);

            session.connect();
            System.out.println("session connected.....");

            Channel channel = session.openChannel("sftp");
            channel.setInputStream(System.in);
            channel.setOutputStream(System.out);
            channel.connect();
            System.out.println("shell channel connected....");

            ChannelSftp c = (ChannelSftp) channel;

            String fileName = "test.txt";
            c.put(fileName, "./in/");
            c.exit();
            System.out.println("done");

        } catch (Exception e) {
            System.err.println(e);
        }
    }
}

MySQL foreach alternative for procedure

This can be done with MySQL, although it's highly unintuitive:

CREATE PROCEDURE p25 (OUT return_val INT)
BEGIN
  DECLARE a,b INT;
  DECLARE cur_1 CURSOR FOR SELECT s1 FROM t;
  DECLARE CONTINUE HANDLER FOR NOT FOUND
  SET b = 1;
  OPEN cur_1;
  REPEAT
    FETCH cur_1 INTO a;
    UNTIL b = 1
  END REPEAT;
  CLOSE cur_1;
  SET return_val = a;
END;//

Check out this guide: mysql-storedprocedures.pdf

Read Session Id using Javascript

Here's a short and sweet JavaScript function to fetch the session ID:

function session_id() {
    return /SESS\w*ID=([^;]+)/i.test(document.cookie) ? RegExp.$1 : false;
}

Or if you prefer a variable, here's a simple one-liner:

var session_id = /SESS\w*ID=([^;]+)/i.test(document.cookie) ? RegExp.$1 : false;

Should match the session ID cookie for PHP, JSP, .NET, and I suppose various other server-side processors as well.

Link a .css on another folder

I dont get it clearly, do you want to link an external css as the structure of files you defined above? If yes then just use the link tag :

    <link rel="stylesheet" type="text/css" href="file.css">

so basically for files that are under your website folder (folder containing your index) you directly call it. For each successive folder use the "/" for example in your case :

    <link rel="stylesheet" type="text/css" href="Fonts/Font1/file name">
    <link rel="stylesheet" type="text/css" href="Fonts/Font2/file name">

How can I display a tooltip on an HTML "option" tag?

It seems in the 2 years since this was asked, the other browsers have caught up (at least on Windows... not sure about others). You can set a "title" attribute on the option tag:

<option value="" title="Tooltip">Some option</option>

This worked in Chrome 20, IE 9 (and its 8 & 7 modes), Firefox 3.6, RockMelt 16 (Chromium based) all on Windows 7

apache ProxyPass: how to preserve original IP address

This has a more elegant explanation and more than one possible solutions. http://kasunh.wordpress.com/2011/10/11/preserving-remote-iphost-while-proxying/

The post describes how to use one popular and one lesser known Apache modules to preserve host/ip while in a setup involving proxying.

Use mod_rpaf module, install and enable it in the backend server and add following directives in the module’s configuration. RPAFenable On
RPAFsethostname On
RPAFproxy_ips 127.0.0.1

(2017 edit) Current location of mod_rpaf: https://github.com/gnif/mod_rpaf

Specific Time Range Query in SQL Server

select * from table where 
(dtColumn between #3/1/2009# and #3/31/2009#) and 
(hour(dtColumn) between 6 and 22) and 
(weekday(dtColumn, 1) between 2 and 4) 

In C++ check if std::vector<string> contains a certain value

You can use std::find as follows:

if (std::find(v.begin(), v.end(), "abc") != v.end())
{
  // Element in vector.
}

To be able to use std::find: include <algorithm>.

where does MySQL store database files?

For WampServer, click on its tray icon and then in the popup cascading menu select

MySQL | MySQL settings | datadir

MySQL Data Directory

How to avoid warning when introducing NAs by coercion

In general suppressing warnings is not the best solution as you may want to be warned when some unexpected input will be provided.
Solution below is wrapper for maintaining just NA during data type conversion. Doesn't require any package.

as.num = function(x, na.strings = "NA") {
    stopifnot(is.character(x))
    na = x %in% na.strings
    x[na] = 0
    x = as.numeric(x)
    x[na] = NA_real_
    x
}
as.num(c("1", "2", "X"), na.strings="X")
#[1]  1  2 NA

Comparing two strings, ignoring case in C#

The former is fastest. Turns out that val is immutable, and so a new string object is created with String.ToLowerCase(), rather than just direct comparison with the string comparer. Creating a new string object can be costly if you're doing this many times a second.

Set View Width Programmatically

This code let you fill the banner to the maximum width and keep the ratio. This will only work in portrait. You must recreate the ad when you rotate the device. In landscape you should just leave the ad as is because it will be quite big an blurred.

Display display = getWindowManager().getDefaultDisplay();
int width = display.getWidth();
double ratio = ((float) (width))/300.0;
int height = (int)(ratio*50);

AdView adView = new AdView(this,"ad_url","my_ad_key",true,true);
LinearLayout layout = (LinearLayout) findViewById(R.id.testing);
mAdView.setLayoutParams(new FrameLayout.LayoutParams(LayoutParams.FILL_PARENT,height));
adView.setAdListener(this);
layout.addView(adView);

The project was not built since its build path is incomplete

Here is what made the error disappear for me:

Close eclipse, open up a terminal window and run:

$ mvn clean eclipse:clean eclipse:eclipse

Are you using Maven? If so,

  1. Right-click on the project, Build Path and go to Configure Build Path
  2. Click the libraries tab. If Maven dependencies are not in the list, you need to add it.
  3. Close the dialog.

To add it: Right-click on the project, Maven → Disable Maven Nature Right-click on the project, Configure → Convert to Maven Project.

And then clean

Edit 1:

If that doesn't resolve the issue try right-clicking on your project and select properties. Select Java Build Path → Library tab. Look for a JVM. If it's not there, click to add Library and add the default JVM. If VM is there, click edit and select the default JVM. Hopefully, that works.

Edit 2:

You can also try going into the folder where you have all your projects and delete the .metadata for eclipse (be aware that you'll have to re-import all the projects afterwards! Also all the environment settings you've set would also have to be redone). After it was deleted just import the project again, and hopefully, it works.

How to declare a global variable in php?

What if you make use of procedural function instead of variable and call them any where as you.

I usually make a collection of configuration values and put them inside a function with return statement. I just include that where I need to make use of global value and call particular function.

function host()
{
   return "localhost";
}

SQL Server 2008: How to query all databases sizes?

I recently came across this page looking for something like this. Just in case someone comes across this and is interested in only the core user databases, you can use something like this which excludes Master, msdb...

SELECT
DB_NAME(db.database_id) DatabaseName,
(CAST(mfrows.RowSize AS FLOAT)*8)/1024 RowSizeMB,
(CAST(mflog.LogSize AS FLOAT)*8)/1024 LogSizeMB
FROM sys.databases db
LEFT JOIN (SELECT database_id, SUM(size) RowSize FROM sys.master_files WHERE type = 0 GROUP BY database_id, type) mfrows ON mfrows.database_id = db.database_id
LEFT JOIN (SELECT database_id, SUM(size) LogSize FROM sys.master_files WHERE type = 1 GROUP BY database_id, type) mflog ON mflog.database_id = db.database_id
where DB_NAME(db.database_id) not like 'master'
and DB_NAME(db.database_id) not like 'msdb'
and DB_NAME(db.database_id) not like 'model'
and DB_NAME(db.database_id) not like 'tempdb'
and DB_NAME(db.database_id) not like 'Northwind'
and DB_NAME(db.database_id) not like 'ReportServer'
order by DB_NAME(db.database_id)

iOS - Ensure execution on main thread

i think this is cool, even tho in general its good form to leave the caller of a method responsible for ensuring its called on the right thread.

if (![[NSThread currentThread] isMainThread]) {
    [self performSelector:_cmd onThread:[NSThread mainThread] withObject:someObject waitUntilDone:NO];
    return;
}

How to fix error ::Format of the initialization string does not conform to specification starting at index 0::

Another pitfall is that connectionString sometimes refers to the name of the connection string in the app/web-config and sometimes to the actual connection string itself and vice versa.

Very easy to fix but sometimes hard to spot.

How do I center align horizontal <UL> menu?

This is the simplest way I found. I used your html. The padding is just to reset browser defaults.

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  text-align: center;_x000D_
  padding: 0;_x000D_
}_x000D_
li {_x000D_
  display: inline-block;_x000D_
}
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<div class="topmenu-design">_x000D_
  <!-- Top menu content: START -->_x000D_
  <ul id="topmenu firstlevel">_x000D_
    <li class="firstli" id="node_id_64">_x000D_
      <div><a href="#"><span>Om kampanjen</span></a>_x000D_
      </div>_x000D_
    </li>_x000D_
    <li id="node_id_65">_x000D_
      <div><a href="#"><span>Fakta om inneklima</span></a>_x000D_
      </div>_x000D_
    </li>_x000D_
    <li class="lastli" id="node_id_66">_x000D_
      <div><a href="#"><span>Statistikk</span></a>_x000D_
      </div>_x000D_
    </li>_x000D_
  </ul>_x000D_
  <!-- Top menu content: END -->_x000D_
</div>
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Open existing file, append a single line

We can use

public StreamWriter(string path, bool append);

while opening the file

string path="C:\\MyFolder\\Notes.txt"
StreamWriter writer = new StreamWriter(path, true);

First parameter is a string to hold a full file path Second parameter is Append Mode, that in this case is made true

Writing to the file can be done with:

writer.Write(string)

or

writer.WriteLine(string)

Sample Code

private void WriteAndAppend()
{
            string Path = Application.StartupPath + "\\notes.txt";
            FileInfo fi = new FileInfo(Path);
            StreamWriter SW;
            StreamReader SR;
            if (fi.Exists)
            {
                SR = new StreamReader(Path);
                string Line = "";
                while (!SR.EndOfStream) // Till the last line
                {
                    Line = SR.ReadLine();
                }
                SR.Close();
                int x = 0;
                if (Line.Trim().Length <= 0)
                {
                    x = 0;
                }
                else
                {
                    x = Convert.ToInt32(Line.Substring(0, Line.IndexOf('.')));
                }
                x++;
                SW = new StreamWriter(Path, true);
                SW.WriteLine("-----"+string.Format("{0:dd-MMM-yyyy hh:mm:ss tt}", DateTime.Now));
                SW.WriteLine(x.ToString() + "." + textBox1.Text);

            }
            else
            {
                SW = new StreamWriter(Path);
                SW.WriteLine("-----" + string.Format("{0:dd-MMM-yyyy hh:mm:ss tt}", DateTime.Now));
                SW.WriteLine("1." + textBox1.Text);
            }
            SW.Flush();
            SW.Close();
        }

How find out which process is using a file in Linux?

You can use the fuser command, like:

fuser file_name

You will receive a list of processes using the file.

You can use different flags with it, in order to receive a more detailed output.

You can find more info in the fuser's Wikipedia article, or in the man pages.

Summernote image upload

Summernote converts your uploaded images to a base64 encoded string by default, you can process this string or as other fellows mentioned you can upload images using onImageUpload callback. You can take a look at this gist which I modified a bit to adapt laravel csrf token here. But that did not work for me and I had no time to find out why! Instead, I solved it via a server-side solution based on this blog post. It gets the output of the summernote and then it will upload the images and updates the final markdown HTML.

use Illuminate\Http\Request;
use Illuminate\Support\Facades\Storage;

Route::get('/your-route-to-editor', function () {
    return view('your-view');
});

Route::post('/your-route-to-processor', function (Request $request) {

       $this->validate($request, [
           'editordata' => 'required',
       ]);

       $data = $request->input('editordata');

       //loading the html data from the summernote editor and select the img tags from it
       $dom = new \DomDocument();
       $dom->loadHtml($data, LIBXML_HTML_NOIMPLIED | LIBXML_HTML_NODEFDTD);    
       $images = $dom->getElementsByTagName('img');
       
       foreach($images as $k => $img){
           //for now src attribute contains image encrypted data in a nonsence string
           $data = $img->getAttribute('src');
           //getting the original file name that is in data-filename attribute of img
           $file_name = $img->getAttribute('data-filename');
           //extracting the original file name and extension
           $arr = explode('.', $file_name);
           $upload_base_directory = 'public/';

           $original_file_name='time()'.$k;
           $original_file_extension='png';

           if (sizeof($arr) ==  2) {
                $original_file_name = $arr[0];
                $original_file_extension = $arr[1];
           }
           else
           {
                //the file name contains extra . in itself
                $original_file_name = implode("_",array_slice($arr,0,sizeof($arr)-1));
                $original_file_extension = $arr[sizeof($arr)-1];
           }

           list($type, $data) = explode(';', $data);
           list(, $data)      = explode(',', $data);

           $data = base64_decode($data);

           $path = $upload_base_directory.$original_file_name.'.'.$original_file_extension;

           //uploading the image to an actual file on the server and get the url to it to update the src attribute of images
           Storage::put($path, $data);

           $img->removeAttribute('src');       
           //you can remove the data-filename attribute here too if you want.
           $img->setAttribute('src', Storage::url($path));
           // data base stuff here :
           //saving the attachments path in an array
       }

       //updating the summernote WYSIWYG markdown output.
       $data = $dom->saveHTML();

       // data base stuff here :
       // save the post along with it attachments array
       return view('your-preview-page')->with(['data'=>$data]);

});

What are the differences between JSON and JSONP?

JSONP is a simple way to overcome browser restrictions when sending JSON responses from different domains from the client.

But the practical implementation of the approach involves subtle differences that are often not explained clearly.

Here is a simple tutorial that shows JSON and JSONP side by side.

All the code is freely available at Github and a live version can be found at http://json-jsonp-tutorial.craic.com

Emulator in Android Studio doesn't start

If you are new to Android studio, you need to follow few basics steps in configuring the emulator.

  1. Make sure you have proper SDK installed
  2. Make sure you have Intel HAXM & virtualization option enabled in your BIOS
  3. Configure emulator correctly, download the Intel X86 Atom system image for better performance.

Go through this blog, http://www.feelzdroid.com/2015/05/android-studio-emulator-not-working-solution.html

Here they have explained clearly, what are the problems you face while running & resolution for the same.

laravel 5.5 The page has expired due to inactivity. Please refresh and try again

In my case , I added ob_start(); at the top of my index.php on server and everything seems to be working fine.

How to display an alert box from C# in ASP.NET?

Write this line after your insert code

 ClientScript.RegisterStartupScript(this.GetType(), "alert", "alert('Insert is successfull')", true);

React Native Change Default iOS Simulator Device

There is a project setting if you hunt down:

{project}/node_modules/react-native/local-cli/runIOS/runIOS.js

Within there are some options under module.exports including:

options: [{ command: '--simulator [string]', description: 'Explicitly set simulator to use', default: 'iPhone 7', }

Mine was line 231, simply set that to a valid installed simulator and run react-native run-ios it will run to that simulator by default.

Pandas: convert dtype 'object' to int

Cannot comment so posting this as an answer, which is somewhat in between @piRSquared/@cyril's solution and @cs95's:

As noted by @cs95, if your data contains NaNs or Nones, converting to string type will throw an error when trying to convert to int afterwards.

However, if your data consists of (numerical) strings, using convert_dtypes will convert it to string type unless you use pd.to_numeric as suggested by @cs95 (potentially combined with df.apply()).

In the case that your data consists only of numerical strings (including NaNs or Nones but without any non-numeric "junk"), a possibly simpler alternative would be to convert first to float and then to one of the nullable-integer extension dtypes provided by pandas (already present in version 0.24) (see also this answer):

df['purchase'].astype(float).astype('Int64')

Note that there has been recent discussion on this on github (currently an -unresolved- closed issue though) and that in the case of very long 64-bit integers you may have to convert explicitly to float128 to avoid approximations during the conversions.

What do the crossed style properties in Google Chrome devtools mean?

There are two ways to know which rules are overriding:

  1. Search the property in the Filter box at the top of the Styles tab. It will show all the rules containing that property, with the property highlighted in yellow.

  2. Look in the Computed tab to find the same property type, and then expand that to see the source of the various rules that are trying to apply that property.

ES6 exporting/importing in index file

You can easily re-export the default import:

export {default as Comp1} from './Comp1.jsx';
export {default as Comp2} from './Comp2.jsx';
export {default as Comp3} from './Comp3.jsx';

There also is a proposal for ES7 ES8 that will let you write export Comp1 from '…';.

IF... OR IF... in a windows batch file

A much faster alternative I usually use is as follows, as I can "or" an arbitrary number of conditions that can fit in variable space

@(
  Echo off
  Set "_Match= 1 2 3 "
)

Set /a "var=3"

Echo:%_Match%|Find " %var% ">nul || (
  REM Code for a false condition goes here
) && (
  REM code for a true condition goes here.
)

ORA-01652: unable to extend temp segment by 128 in tablespace SYSTEM: How to extend?

Each tablespace has one or more datafiles that it uses to store data.

The max size of a datafile depends on the block size of the database. I believe that, by default, that leaves with you with a max of 32gb per datafile.

To find out if the actual limit is 32gb, run the following:

select value from v$parameter where name = 'db_block_size';

Compare the result you get with the first column below, and that will indicate what your max datafile size is.

I have Oracle Personal Edition 11g r2 and in a default install it had an 8,192 block size (32gb per data file).

Block Sz   Max Datafile Sz (Gb)   Max DB Sz (Tb)

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

   2,048                  8,192          524,264

   4,096                 16,384        1,048,528

   8,192                 32,768        2,097,056

  16,384                 65,536        4,194,112

  32,768                131,072        8,388,224

You can run this query to find what datafiles you have, what tablespaces they are associated with, and what you've currrently set the max file size to (which cannot exceed the aforementioned 32gb):

select bytes/1024/1024 as mb_size,
       maxbytes/1024/1024 as maxsize_set,
       x.*
from   dba_data_files x

MAXSIZE_SET is the maximum size you've set the datafile to. Also relevant is whether you've set the AUTOEXTEND option to ON (its name does what it implies).

If your datafile has a low max size or autoextend is not on you could simply run:

alter database datafile 'path_to_your_file\that_file.DBF' autoextend on maxsize unlimited;

However if its size is at/near 32gb an autoextend is on, then yes, you do need another datafile for the tablespace:

alter tablespace system add datafile 'path_to_your_datafiles_folder\name_of_df_you_want.dbf' size 10m autoextend on maxsize unlimited;

getting the last item in a javascript object

Solution using the destructuring assignment syntax of ES6:

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console.info(lastItem); //"carrot"
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Android: adb pull file on desktop

do adb pull \sdcard\log.txt C:Users\admin\Desktop

Make Bootstrap 3 Tabs Responsive

Slack has a cool way of making tabs small viewport friendly on some of their admin pages. I made something similar using bootstrap. It's kind of a tabs ? dropdown.

Demo: http://jsbin.com/nowuyi/1

Here's what it looks like on a big viewport: as tabs

Here's how it looks collapsed on a small viewport:

collapsed dropdown

Here's how it looks expanded on a small viewport:

open dropdown

the HTML is exactly the same as default bootstrap tabs.

There is a small JS snippet, which requires jquery (and inserts two span elements into the DOM):

$.fn.responsiveTabs = function() {
  this.addClass('responsive-tabs');
  this.append($('<span class="glyphicon glyphicon-triangle-bottom"></span>'));
  this.append($('<span class="glyphicon glyphicon-triangle-top"></span>'));

  this.on('click', 'li.active > a, span.glyphicon', function() {
    this.toggleClass('open');
  }.bind(this));

  this.on('click', 'li:not(.active) > a', function() {
    this.removeClass('open');
  }.bind(this));
};

$('.nav.nav-tabs').responsiveTabs();

And then there is a lot of css (less):

@xs: 768px;


.responsive-tabs.nav-tabs {
  position: relative;
  z-index: 10;
  height: 42px;
  overflow: visible;
  border-bottom: none;

  @media(min-width: @xs) {
    border-bottom: 1px solid #ddd;
  }

  span.glyphicon {
    position: absolute;
    top: 14px;
    right: 22px;
    &.glyphicon-triangle-top {
      display: none;
    }
    @media(min-width: @xs) {
      display: none;
    }
  }

  > li {
    display: none;
    float: none;
    text-align: center;

    &:last-of-type > a {
      margin-right: 0;
    }

    > a {
      margin-right: 0;
      background: #fff;
      border: 1px solid #DDDDDD;

      @media(min-width: @xs) {
        margin-right: 4px;
      }
    }

    &.active {
      display: block;
      a {
        @media(min-width: @xs) {
          border-bottom-color: transparent; 
        }
        border: 1px solid #DDDDDD;
        border-radius: 2px;
      }
    }

    @media(min-width: @xs) {
      display: block;
      float: left;
    }

  }

  &.open {

    span.glyphicon {
      &.glyphicon-triangle-top {
        display: block;
        @media(min-width: @xs) {
          display: none;
        }
      }
      &.glyphicon-triangle-bottom {
        display: none;
      }
    }

    > li {
      display: block;

      a {
        border-radius: 0;
      }

      &:first-of-type a {
        border-radius: 2px 2px 0 0;
      }
      &:last-of-type a {
        border-radius: 0 0 2px 2px;
      }
    }
  }
}

PHP how to get local IP of system

Depends what you mean by local:

If by local you mean the address of the server/system executing the PHP code, then there are still two avenues to discuss. If PHP is being run through a web server, then you can get the server address by reading $_SERVER['SERVER_ADDR']. If PHP is being run through a command line interface, then you would likely have to shell-execute ipconfig (Windows) / ifconfig (*nix) and grep out the address.

If by local you mean the remote address of the website visitor, but not their external IP address (since you specifically said 192.*), then you are out of luck. The whole point of NAT routing is to hide that address. You cannot identify the local addresses of individual computers behind an IP address, but there are some tricks (user agent, possibly mac address) that can help differentiate if there are multiple computers accessing from the same IP.

How can I plot a histogram such that the heights of the bars sum to 1 in matplotlib?

It would be more helpful if you posed a more complete working (or in this case non-working) example.

I tried the following:

import numpy as np
import matplotlib.pyplot as plt

x = np.random.randn(1000)

fig = plt.figure()
ax = fig.add_subplot(111)
n, bins, rectangles = ax.hist(x, 50, density=True)
fig.canvas.draw()
plt.show()

This will indeed produce a bar-chart histogram with a y-axis that goes from [0,1].

Further, as per the hist documentation (i.e. ax.hist? from ipython), I think the sum is fine too:

*normed*:
If *True*, the first element of the return tuple will
be the counts normalized to form a probability density, i.e.,
``n/(len(x)*dbin)``.  In a probability density, the integral of
the histogram should be 1; you can verify that with a
trapezoidal integration of the probability density function::

    pdf, bins, patches = ax.hist(...)
    print np.sum(pdf * np.diff(bins))

Giving this a try after the commands above:

np.sum(n * np.diff(bins))

I get a return value of 1.0 as expected. Remember that normed=True doesn't mean that the sum of the value at each bar will be unity, but rather than the integral over the bars is unity. In my case np.sum(n) returned approx 7.2767.

Connecting PostgreSQL 9.2.1 with Hibernate

This is a hibernate.cfg.xml for posgresql and it will help you with basic hibernate configurations for posgresql.

<!DOCTYPE hibernate-configuration PUBLIC
        "-//Hibernate/Hibernate Configuration DTD 3.0//EN"
        "http://www.hibernate.org/dtd/hibernate-configuration-3.0.dtd">

<hibernate-configuration>
    <session-factory>
        <property name="hibernate.dialect">org.hibernate.dialect.PostgreSQLDialect</property>
        <property name="hibernate.connection.driver_class">org.postgresql.Driver</property>
        <property name="hibernate.connection.username">postgres</property>
        <property name="hibernate.connection.password">password</property>
        <property name="hibernate.connection.url">jdbc:postgresql://localhost:5432/hibernatedb</property>



        <property name="connection_pool_size">1</property>

        <property name="hbm2ddl.auto">create</property>

        <property name="show_sql">true</property>



       <mapping class="org.javabrains.sanjaya.dto.UserDetails"/>

    </session-factory>
</hibernate-configuration>

What's the quickest way to multiply multiple cells by another number?

Are you asking how to do it in excel or how to do it in a VBA application? If you just want to do it in excel, here is one way.

Select distinct values from a list using LINQ in C#

You could implement a custom IEqualityComparer<Employee>:

public class Employee
{
    public string empName { get; set; }
    public string empID { get; set; }
    public string empLoc { get; set; }
    public string empPL { get; set; }
    public string empShift { get; set; }

    public class Comparer : IEqualityComparer<Employee>
    {
        public bool Equals(Employee x, Employee y)
        {
            return x.empLoc == y.empLoc
                && x.empPL == y.empPL
                && x.empShift == y.empShift;
        }

        public int GetHashCode(Employee obj)
        {
            unchecked  // overflow is fine
            {
                int hash = 17;
                hash = hash * 23 + (obj.empLoc ?? "").GetHashCode();
                hash = hash * 23 + (obj.empPL ?? "").GetHashCode();
                hash = hash * 23 + (obj.empShift ?? "").GetHashCode();
                return hash;
            }
        }
    }
}

Now you can use this overload of Enumerable.Distinct:

var distinct = employees.Distinct(new Employee.Comparer());

The less reusable, robust and efficient approach, using an anonymous type:

var distinctKeys = employees.Select(e => new { e.empLoc, e.empPL, e.empShift })
                            .Distinct();
var joined = from e in employees
             join d in distinctKeys
             on new { e.empLoc, e.empPL, e.empShift } equals d
             select e;
// if you want to replace the original collection
employees = joined.ToList();

How do you make Git work with IntelliJ?

Literally, just restarted IntelliJ after it kept showing this "install git" message after I have pressed and installed git, and it disappeared, and git works

How do I register a DLL file on Windows 7 64-bit?

Everything here was failing as wrong path. Then I remembered a trick from the old Win95 days. Open the program folder where the .dll resides, open C:/Windows/System32 scroll down to regsvr32 and drag and drop the dll from the program folder onto rgsrver32. Boom,done.

What would be the Unicode character for big bullet in the middle of the character?

You can search for “bullet” when using e.g. BabelPad (which has a Character Map where you can search by character name), but you will hardly find anything larger than U+2022 BULLET (though the size depends on font). Searching for “circle” finds many characters, too many, as the string appears in so many names. The largest simple circle is probably U+25CF BLACK CIRCLE “?”. If it’s too large U+26AB MEDIUM BLACK CIRCLE “?” might be suitable.

Beware that few fonts contain these characters.

How to fix SSL certificate error when running Npm on Windows?

npm config set strict-ssl false

solved the issue for me. In this case both my agent and artifact depository are behind a private subnet on aws cloud

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.

Access maven properties defined in the pom

This can be done with standard java properties in combination with the maven-resource-plugin with enabled filtering on properties.

For more info see http://maven.apache.org/plugins/maven-resources-plugin/examples/filter.html

This will work for standard maven project as for plugin projects

What characters are valid in a URL?

All the gory details can be found in the current RFC on the topic: RFC 3986 (Uniform Resource Identifier (URI): Generic Syntax)

Based on this related answer, you are looking at a list that looks like: A-Z, a-z, 0-9, -, ., _, ~, :, /, ?, #, [, ], @, !, $, &, ', (, ), *, +, ,, ;, %, and =. Everything else must be url-encoded. Also, some of these characters can only exist in very specific spots in a URI and outside of those spots must be url-encoded (e.g. % can only be used in conjunction with url encoding as in %20), the RFC has all of these specifics.

Sorting arrays in NumPy by column

#for sorting along column 1

indexofsort=np.argsort(dataset[:,0],axis=-1,kind='stable') 
dataset   = dataset[indexofsort,:]

What does character set and collation mean exactly?

From MySQL docs:

A character set is a set of symbols and encodings. A collation is a set of rules for comparing characters in a character set. Let's make the distinction clear with an example of an imaginary character set.

Suppose that we have an alphabet with four letters: 'A', 'B', 'a', 'b'. We give each letter a number: 'A' = 0, 'B' = 1, 'a' = 2, 'b' = 3. The letter 'A' is a symbol, the number 0 is the encoding for 'A', and the combination of all four letters and their encodings is a character set.

Now, suppose that we want to compare two string values, 'A' and 'B'. The simplest way to do this is to look at the encodings: 0 for 'A' and 1 for 'B'. Because 0 is less than 1, we say 'A' is less than 'B'. Now, what we've just done is apply a collation to our character set. The collation is a set of rules (only one rule in this case): "compare the encodings." We call this simplest of all possible collations a binary collation.

But what if we want to say that the lowercase and uppercase letters are equivalent? Then we would have at least two rules: (1) treat the lowercase letters 'a' and 'b' as equivalent to 'A' and 'B'; (2) then compare the encodings. We call this a case-insensitive collation. It's a little more complex than a binary collation.

In real life, most character sets have many characters: not just 'A' and 'B' but whole alphabets, sometimes multiple alphabets or eastern writing systems with thousands of characters, along with many special symbols and punctuation marks. Also in real life, most collations have many rules: not just case insensitivity but also accent insensitivity (an "accent" is a mark attached to a character as in German 'ö') and multiple-character mappings (such as the rule that 'ö' = 'OE' in one of the two German collations).

How do I find the current executable filename?

I think this should be what you want:

System.Reflection.Assembly.GetEntryAssembly().Location

This returns the assembly that was first loaded when the process started up, which would seem to be what you want.

GetCallingAssembly won't necessarily return the assembly you want in the general case, since it returns the assembly containing the method immediately higher in the call stack (i.e. it could be in the same DLL).

Can't fix Unsupported major.minor version 52.0 even after fixing compatibility

Hi I found this link that helped me understand the issue. Hope it is useful. Version released so far are

  • Java SE 8 = 52,
  • Java SE 7 = 51,
  • Java SE 6.0 = 50,
  • Java SE 5.0 = 49,
  • JDK 1.4 = 48,
  • JDK 1.3 = 47,
  • JDK 1.2 = 46,
  • JDK 1.1 = 45

and from thata data it simply means

Many people think why do you get a version mismatch error if Java is backward compatible. Well, its true that Java is backward compatible, which means you can run a Java class file or Java binary (JAR file) compiled in lower version (java 6) into higher version e.g. Java 8, but it doesn't mean that you can run a class compiled using Java 7 into Java 5, Why? because higher version usually have features which are not supported by lower version.

Sometimes you may have more than one version of Java installed in you machine. Make sure the application you are running is pointing to the right or highest version available.

How to git reset --hard a subdirectory?

What about

subdir=thesubdir
for fn in $(find $subdir); do
  git ls-files --error-unmatch $fn 2>/dev/null >/dev/null;
  if [ "$?" = "1" ]; then
    continue;
  fi
  echo "Restoring $fn";
  git show HEAD:$fn > $fn;
done 

Objects inside objects in javascript

You may have as many levels of Object hierarchy as you want, as long you declare an Object as being a property of another parent Object. Pay attention to the commas on each level, that's the tricky part. Don't use commas after the last element on each level:

{el1, el2, {el31, el32, el33}, {el41, el42}}

_x000D_
_x000D_
var MainObj = {_x000D_
_x000D_
  prop1: "prop1MainObj",_x000D_
  _x000D_
  Obj1: {_x000D_
    prop1: "prop1Obj1",_x000D_
    prop2: "prop2Obj1",    _x000D_
    Obj2: {_x000D_
      prop1: "hey you",_x000D_
      prop2: "prop2Obj2"_x000D_
    }_x000D_
  },_x000D_
    _x000D_
  Obj3: {_x000D_
    prop1: "prop1Obj3",_x000D_
    prop2: "prop2Obj3"_x000D_
  },_x000D_
  _x000D_
  Obj4: {_x000D_
    prop1: true,_x000D_
    prop2: 3_x000D_
  }  _x000D_
};_x000D_
_x000D_
console.log(MainObj.Obj1.Obj2.prop1);
_x000D_
_x000D_
_x000D_

Why use the params keyword?

Using params allows you to call the function with no arguments. Without params:

static public int addTwoEach(int[] args)
{
    int sum = 0;

    foreach (var item in args)
    {
        sum += item + 2;
    }

    return sum;
}

addtwoEach(); // throws an error

Compare with params:

static public int addTwoEach(params int[] args)
{
    int sum = 0;

    foreach (var item in args)
    {
        sum += item + 2;
    }

    return sum;
}

addtwoEach(); // returns 0

Generally, you can use params when the number of arguments can vary from 0 to infinity, and use an array when numbers of arguments vary from 1 to infinity.

Confusion: @NotNull vs. @Column(nullable = false) with JPA and Hibernate

@NotNull is a JSR 303 Bean Validation annotation. It has nothing to do with database constraints itself. As Hibernate is the reference implementation of JSR 303, however, it intelligently picks up on these constraints and translates them into database constraints for you, so you get two for the price of one. @Column(nullable = false) is the JPA way of declaring a column to be not-null. I.e. the former is intended for validation and the latter for indicating database schema details. You're just getting some extra (and welcome!) help from Hibernate on the validation annotations.

Deleting multiple elements from a list

You may want to simply use np.delete:

list_indices = [0, 2]
original_list = [0, 1, 2, 3]
new_list = np.delete(original_list, list_indices)

Output

array([1, 3])

Here, the first argument is the original list, the second is the index or a list of indices you want to delete.

There is a third argument which you can use in the case of having ndarrays: axis (0 for rows and 1 for columns in case of ndarrays).

Compiling php with curl, where is curl installed?

Try just --with-curl, without specifying a location, and see if it'll find it by itself.

Bind event to right mouse click

To disable right click context menu on all images of a page simply do this with following:

jQuery(document).ready(function(){
    // Disable context menu on images by right clicking
    for(i=0;i<document.images.length;i++) {
        document.images[i].onmousedown = protect;
    }
});

function protect (e) {
    //alert('Right mouse button not allowed!');
    this.oncontextmenu = function() {return false;};
}

How can I reset or revert a file to a specific revision?

Assuming the hash of the commit you want is c5f567:

git checkout c5f567 -- file1/to/restore file2/to/restore

The git checkout man page gives more information.

If you want to revert to the commit before c5f567, append ~1 (where 1 is the number of commits you want to go back, it can be anything):

git checkout c5f567~1 -- file1/to/restore file2/to/restore

As a side note, I've always been uncomfortable with this command because it's used for both ordinary things (changing between branches) and unusual, destructive things (discarding changes in the working directory).

What is the size of ActionBar in pixels?

From the de-compiled sources of Android 3.2's framework-res.apk, res/values/styles.xml contains:

<style name="Theme.Holo">
    <!-- ... -->
    <item name="actionBarSize">56.0dip</item>
    <!-- ... -->
</style>

3.0 and 3.1 seem to be the same (at least from AOSP)...

How can I get Android Wifi Scan Results into a list?

Try this code

public class WiFiDemo extends Activity implements OnClickListener
 {      
    WifiManager wifi;       
    ListView lv;
    TextView textStatus;
    Button buttonScan;
    int size = 0;
    List<ScanResult> results;

    String ITEM_KEY = "key";
    ArrayList<HashMap<String, String>> arraylist = new ArrayList<HashMap<String, String>>();
    SimpleAdapter adapter;

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

        textStatus = (TextView) findViewById(R.id.textStatus);
        buttonScan = (Button) findViewById(R.id.buttonScan);
        buttonScan.setOnClickListener(this);
        lv = (ListView)findViewById(R.id.list);

        wifi = (WifiManager) getApplicationContext().getSystemService(Context.WIFI_SERVICE);
        if (wifi.isWifiEnabled() == false)
        {
            Toast.makeText(getApplicationContext(), "wifi is disabled..making it enabled", Toast.LENGTH_LONG).show();
            wifi.setWifiEnabled(true);
        }   
        this.adapter = new SimpleAdapter(WiFiDemo.this, arraylist, R.layout.row, new String[] { ITEM_KEY }, new int[] { R.id.list_value });
        lv.setAdapter(this.adapter);

        registerReceiver(new BroadcastReceiver()
        {
            @Override
            public void onReceive(Context c, Intent intent) 
            {
               results = wifi.getScanResults();
               size = results.size();
            }
        }, new IntentFilter(WifiManager.SCAN_RESULTS_AVAILABLE_ACTION));                    
    }

    public void onClick(View view) 
    {
        arraylist.clear();          
        wifi.startScan();

        Toast.makeText(this, "Scanning...." + size, Toast.LENGTH_SHORT).show();
        try 
        {
            size = size - 1;
            while (size >= 0) 
            {   
                HashMap<String, String> item = new HashMap<String, String>();                       
                item.put(ITEM_KEY, results.get(size).SSID + "  " + results.get(size).capabilities);

                arraylist.add(item);
                size--;
                adapter.notifyDataSetChanged();                 
            } 
        }
        catch (Exception e)
        { }         
    }    
}

WiFiDemo.xml :

<?xml version="1.0" encoding="utf-8"?>
<LinearLayout xmlns:android="http://schemas.android.com/apk/res/android"
    android:layout_width="match_parent"
    android:layout_height="match_parent"
    android:layout_margin="16dp"
    android:orientation="vertical">

    <LinearLayout
        android:layout_width="match_parent"
        android:layout_height="wrap_content"
        android:gravity="center_vertical"
        android:orientation="horizontal">

        <TextView
            android:id="@+id/textStatus"
            android:layout_width="0dp"
            android:layout_height="wrap_content"
            android:layout_weight="1"
            android:text="Status" />

        <Button
            android:id="@+id/buttonScan"
            android:layout_width="wrap_content"
            android:layout_height="40dp"
            android:text="Scan" />
    </LinearLayout>

    <ListView
        android:id="@+id/list"
        android:layout_width="match_parent"
        android:layout_height="match_parent"
        android:layout_marginTop="20dp"></ListView>
</LinearLayout>

For ListView- row.xml

<?xml version="1.0" encoding="utf-8"?>
<LinearLayout xmlns:android="http://schemas.android.com/apk/res/android"
    android:layout_width="match_parent"
    android:layout_height="wrap_content"
    android:orientation="vertical"
    android:padding="8dp">

    <TextView
        android:id="@+id/list_value"
        android:layout_width="match_parent"
        android:layout_height="wrap_content"
        android:textSize="14dp" />
</LinearLayout>

Add these permission in AndroidManifest.xml

<uses-permission android:name="android.permission.ACCESS_WIFI_STATE" />
<uses-permission android:name="android.permission.CHANGE_WIFI_STATE" />
<uses-permission android:name="android.permission.ACCESS_COARSE_LOCATION" />
<uses-permission android:name="android.permission.ACCESS_FINE_LOCATION" />

What is the best way to modify a list in a 'foreach' loop?

You can't change the enumerable collection while it is being enumerated, so you will have to make your changes before or after enumerating.

The for loop is a nice alternative, but if your IEnumerable collection does not implement ICollection, it is not possible.

Either:

1) Copy collection first. Enumerate the copied collection and change the original collection during the enumeration. (@tvanfosson)

or

2) Keep a list of changes and commit them after the enumeration.

How to refresh materialized view in oracle

You can refresh a materialized view completely as follows:

EXECUTE  
DBMS_SNAPSHOT.REFRESH('Materialized_VIEW_OWNER_NAME.Materialized_VIEW_NAME','COMPLETE');

How to hide underbar in EditText

If you are using the EditText inside TextInputLayout use app:boxBackgroundMode="none" as following:

<com.google.android.material.textfield.TextInputLayout
    app:boxBackgroundMode="none"
    ...
    >

    <EditText
        android:layout_width="match_parent"
        android:layout_height="match_parent" />

</com.google.android.material.textfield.TextInputLayout>

How can I see what I am about to push with git?

To simply list the commits waiting to be pushed: (this is the one you will remember)

git cherry -v

Show the commit subjects next to the SHA1s.

Linux find file names with given string recursively

This is a very simple solution using the tree command in the directory you want to search for. -f shows the full file path and | is used to pipe the output of tree to grep to find the file containing the string filename in the name.

tree -f | grep filename

What does '--set-upstream' do?

git branch --set-upstream <remote-branch>

sets the default remote branch for the current local branch.

Any future git pull command (with the current local branch checked-out),
will attempt to bring in commits from the <remote-branch> into the current local branch.


One way to avoid having to explicitly type --set-upstream is to use its shorthand flag -u as follows:

git push -u origin local-branch

This sets the upstream association for any future push/pull attempts automatically.
For more details, checkout this detailed explanation about upstream branches and tracking.


To avoid confusion, recent versions of git deprecate this somewhat ambiguous --set-upstream option in favour of a more verbose --set-upstream-to option with identical syntax and behaviour

git branch --set-upstream-to <origin/remote-branch>

Insert picture/table in R Markdown

In March I made a deck presentation in slidify, Rmarkdown with impress.js which is a cool 3D framework. My index.Rmdheader looks like

---
title       : French TER (regional train) monthly regularity
subtitle    : since January 2013
author      : brigasnuncamais
job         : Business Intelligence / Data Scientist consultant
framework   : impressjs     # {io2012, html5slides, shower, dzslides, ...}
highlighter : highlight.js  # {highlight.js, prettify, highlight}
hitheme     : tomorrow      # 
widgets     : []            # {mathjax, quiz, bootstrap}
mode        : selfcontained # {standalone, draft}
knit        : slidify::knit2slides

subdirs are:

/assets /css    /impress-demo.css
        /fig    /unnamed-chunk-1-1.png (generated by included R code)
        /img    /SS850452.png (my image used as background)
        /js     /impress.js
        /layouts/custbg.html # content:--- layout: slide --- {{{ slide.html }}}
        /libraries  /frameworks /impressjs
                                /io2012
                    /highlighters   /highlight.js
                                    /impress.js
index.Rmd

A slide with image in background code snippet would be in my .Rmd:

<div id="bg">
  <img src="assets/img/SS850452.png" alt="">
</div>  

Some issues appeared since I last worked on it (photos are no more in background, text it too large on my R plot) but it works fine on my local. Troubles come when I run it on RPubs.

Simplest JQuery validation rules example

rules: {
    cname: {
        required: true,
        minlength: 2
    }
},
messages: {
    cname: {
        required: "<li>Please enter a name.</li>",
        minlength: "<li>Your name is not long enough.</li>"
    }
}

Using a list as a data source for DataGridView

this Func may help you . it add every list object to grid view

private void show_data()
        {
            BindingSource Source = new BindingSource();

            for (int i = 0; i < CC.Contects.Count; i++)
            {
                Source.Add(CC.Contects.ElementAt(i));
            };


            Data_View.DataSource = Source;

        }

I write this for simple database app

Normalize numpy array columns in python

You can use sklearn.preprocessing:

from sklearn.preprocessing import normalize
data = np.array([
    [1000, 10, 0.5],
    [765, 5, 0.35],
    [800, 7, 0.09], ])
data = normalize(data, axis=0, norm='max')
print(data)
>>[[ 1.     1.     1.   ]
[ 0.765  0.5    0.7  ]
[ 0.8    0.7    0.18 ]]

Bootstrap alert in a fixed floating div at the top of page

You can use this class : class="sticky-top alert alert-dismissible"

Where is Python's sys.path initialized from?

"Initialized from the environment variable PYTHONPATH, plus an installation-dependent default"

-- http://docs.python.org/library/sys.html#sys.path

mailto link multiple body lines

To get body lines use escape()

body_line =  escape("\n");

so

href = "mailto:[email protected]?body=hello,"+body_line+"I like this.";

Regular Expressions and negating a whole character group

Using a character class such as [^ab] will match a single character that is not within the set of characters. (With the ^ being the negating part).

To match a string which does not contain the multi-character sequence ab, you want to use a negative lookahead:

^(?:(?!ab).)+$


And the above expression disected in regex comment mode is:

(?x)    # enable regex comment mode
^       # match start of line/string
(?:     # begin non-capturing group
  (?!   # begin negative lookahead
    ab  # literal text sequence ab
  )     # end negative lookahead
  .     # any single character
)       # end non-capturing group
+       # repeat previous match one or more times
$       # match end of line/string

git checkout master error: the following untracked working tree files would be overwritten by checkout

With Git 2.23 (August 2019), that would be, using git switch -f:

git switch -f master

That avoids the confusion with git checkout (which deals with files or branches).

And that will proceeds, even if the index or the working tree differs from HEAD.
Both the index and working tree are restored to match the switching target.
If --recurse-submodules is specified, submodule content is also restored to match the switching target.
This is used to throw away local changes.

Generate random numbers with a given (numerical) distribution

based on other solutions, you generate accumulative distribution (as integer or float whatever you like), then you can use bisect to make it fast

this is a simple example (I used integers here)

l=[(20, 'foo'), (60, 'banana'), (10, 'monkey'), (10, 'monkey2')]
def get_cdf(l):
    ret=[]
    c=0
    for i in l: c+=i[0]; ret.append((c, i[1]))
    return ret

def get_random_item(cdf):
    return cdf[bisect.bisect_left(cdf, (random.randint(0, cdf[-1][0]),))][1]

cdf=get_cdf(l)
for i in range(100): print get_random_item(cdf),

the get_cdf function would convert it from 20, 60, 10, 10 into 20, 20+60, 20+60+10, 20+60+10+10

now we pick a random number up to 20+60+10+10 using random.randint then we use bisect to get the actual value in a fast way

Force flex item to span full row width

When you want a flex item to occupy an entire row, set it to width: 100% or flex-basis: 100%, and enable wrap on the container.

The item now consumes all available space. Siblings are forced on to other rows.

_x000D_
_x000D_
.parent {
  display: flex;
  flex-wrap: wrap;
}

#range, #text {
  flex: 1;
}

.error {
  flex: 0 0 100%; /* flex-grow, flex-shrink, flex-basis */
  border: 1px dashed black;
}
_x000D_
<div class="parent">
  <input type="range" id="range">
  <input type="text" id="text">
  <label class="error">Error message (takes full width)</label>
</div>
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More info: The initial value of the flex-wrap property is nowrap, which means that all items will line up in a row. MDN

ASP.NET MVC - Find Absolute Path to the App_Data folder from Controller

ASP.NET MVC1 -> MVC3

string path = HttpContext.Current.Server.MapPath("~/App_Data/somedata.xml");

ASP.NET MVC4

string path = Server.MapPath("~/App_Data/somedata.xml");


MSDN Reference:

HttpServerUtility.MapPath Method

MySQL Error: #1142 - SELECT command denied to user

You should have to just clear sessions data thats it everything will work

An established connection was aborted by the software in your host machine

SOLUTION :-

  1. I was getting the same error as I was opening two eclipse window, so I close one eclipse window and run the app again. You will not get the error.

  2. restart(close and start) the eclipse again if you have open only one eclipse window.

Java ArrayList of Arrays?

Should be

private ArrayList<String[]> action = new ArrayList<String[]>();
action.add(new String[2]);
...

You can't specify the size of the array within the generic parameter, only add arrays of specific size to the list later. This also means that the compiler can't guarantee that all sub-arrays be of the same size, it must be ensured by you.

A better solution might be to encapsulate this within a class, where you can ensure the uniform size of the arrays as a type invariant.

How to redirect the output of a PowerShell to a file during its execution

If you want to do it from the command line and not built into the script itself, use:

.\myscript.ps1 | Out-File c:\output.csv

How can I add a space in between two outputs?

+"\n" + can be added in print command to display the code block after it in next line

E.g. System.out.println ("a" + "\n" + "b") outputs a in first line and b in second line.

MySQL Workbench Dark Theme

Edit: Advise: This answer is old and a better solution can be found in this same page. This answer referred to MySQL Workbench 6.3 and is outdated. If you are using a new version (8.0 as today) look for @VSingh comment in this very page.


Original answer:

Just a copy of Gaston's answer, but with Monokai theme colors.

<!-- 
    dark-gray:         #282828;
    brown-gray:        #49483E;
    gray:              #888888;
    light-gray:        #CCCCCC;
    ghost-white:       #F8F8F0;
    light-ghost-white: #F8F8F2;
    yellow:            #E6DB74;
    blue:              #66D9EF;
    pink:              #F92672;
    purple:            #AE81FF;
    brown:             #75715E;
    orange:            #FD971F;
    light-orange:      #FFD569;
    green:             #A6E22E;
    sea-green:         #529B2F; 
-->
<style id="32" fore-color="#DDDDDD" back-color="#282828" bold="No" />   <!-- STYLE_DEFAULT       !BACKGROUND!   -->
<style id="33" fore-color="#DDDDDD" back-color="#282828" bold="No" />   <!-- STYLE_LINENUMBER                   -->
<style id= "0" fore-color="#DDDDDD" back-color="#282828" bold="No" />   <!-- SCE_MYSQL_DEFAULT                  -->
<style id= "1" fore-color="#999999" back-color="#282828" bold="No" />   <!-- SCE_MYSQL_COMMENT                  -->
<style id= "2" fore-color="#999999" back-color="#282828" bold="No" />   <!-- SCE_MYSQL_COMMENTLINE              -->
<style id= "3" fore-color="#DDDDDD" back-color="#282828" bold="No" />   <!-- SCE_MYSQL_VARIABLE                 -->
<style id= "4" fore-color="#66D9EF" back-color="#282828" bold="No" />   <!-- SCE_MYSQL_SYSTEMVARIABLE           -->
<style id= "5" fore-color="#66D9EF" back-color="#282828" bold="No" />   <!-- SCE_MYSQL_KNOWNSYSTEMVARIABLE      -->
<style id= "6" fore-color="#AE81FF" back-color="#282828" bold="No" />   <!-- SCE_MYSQL_NUMBER                   -->
<style id= "7" fore-color="#F92672" back-color="#282828" bold="No" />   <!-- SCE_MYSQL_MAJORKEYWORD             -->
<style id= "8" fore-color="#F92672" back-color="#282828" bold="No" />   <!-- SCE_MYSQL_KEYWORD                  -->
<style id= "9" fore-color="#9B859D" back-color="#282828" bold="No" />   <!-- SCE_MYSQL_DATABASEOBJECT           -->
<style id="10" fore-color="#DDDDDD" back-color="#282828" bold="No" />   <!-- SCE_MYSQL_PROCEDUREKEYWORD         -->
<style id="11" fore-color="#E6DB74" back-color="#282828" bold="No" />   <!-- SCE_MYSQL_STRING                   -->
<style id="12" fore-color="#E6DB74" back-color="#282828" bold="No" />   <!-- SCE_MYSQL_SQSTRING                 -->
<style id="13" fore-color="#E6DB74" back-color="#282828" bold="No" />   <!-- SCE_MYSQL_DQSTRING                 -->
<style id="14" fore-color="#F92672" back-color="#282828" bold="No" />   <!-- SCE_MYSQL_OPERATOR                 -->
<style id="15" fore-color="#9B859D" back-color="#282828" bold="No" />   <!-- SCE_MYSQL_FUNCTION                 -->
<style id="16" fore-color="#DDDDDD" back-color="#282828" bold="No" />   <!-- SCE_MYSQL_IDENTIFIER               -->
<style id="17" fore-color="#E6DB74" back-color="#282828" bold="No" />   <!-- SCE_MYSQL_QUOTEDIDENTIFIER         -->
<style id="18" fore-color="#529B2F" back-color="#282828" bold="No" />   <!-- SCE_MYSQL_USER1                    -->
<style id="19" fore-color="#529B2F" back-color="#282828" bold="No" />   <!-- SCE_MYSQL_USER2                    -->
<style id="20" fore-color="#529B2F" back-color="#282828" bold="No" />   <!-- SCE_MYSQL_USER3                    -->
<style id="21" fore-color="#66D9EF" back-color="#49483E" bold="No" />   <!-- SCE_MYSQL_HIDDENCOMMAND            -->
<style id="22" fore-color="#909090" back-color="#49483E" bold="No" />   <!-- SCE_MYSQL_PLACEHOLDER              -->
<!-- All styles again in their variant in a hidden command -->
<style id="65" fore-color="#999999" back-color="#49483E" bold="No" />   <!-- SCE_MYSQL_COMMENT                  -->
<style id="66" fore-color="#999999" back-color="#49483E" bold="No" />   <!-- SCE_MYSQL_COMMENTLINE              -->
<style id="67" fore-color="#DDDDDD" back-color="#49483E" bold="No" />   <!-- SCE_MYSQL_VARIABLE                 -->
<style id="68" fore-color="#66D9EF" back-color="#49483E" bold="No" />   <!-- SCE_MYSQL_SYSTEMVARIABLE           -->
<style id="69" fore-color="#66D9EF" back-color="#49483E" bold="No" />   <!-- SCE_MYSQL_KNOWNSYSTEMVARIABLE      -->
<style id="70" fore-color="#AE81FF" back-color="#49483E" bold="No" />   <!-- SCE_MYSQL_NUMBER                   -->
<style id="71" fore-color="#F92672" back-color="#49483E" bold="No" />   <!-- SCE_MYSQL_MAJORKEYWORD             -->
<style id="72" fore-color="#F92672" back-color="#49483E" bold="No" />   <!-- SCE_MYSQL_KEYWORD                  -->
<style id="73" fore-color="#9B859D" back-color="#49483E" bold="No" />   <!-- SCE_MYSQL_DATABASEOBJECT           -->
<style id="74" fore-color="#DDDDDD" back-color="#49483E" bold="No" />   <!-- SCE_MYSQL_PROCEDUREKEYWORD         -->
<style id="75" fore-color="#E6DB74" back-color="#49483E" bold="No" />   <!-- SCE_MYSQL_STRING                   -->
<style id="76" fore-color="#E6DB74" back-color="#49483E" bold="No" />   <!-- SCE_MYSQL_SQSTRING                 -->
<style id="77" fore-color="#E6DB74" back-color="#49483E" bold="No" />   <!-- SCE_MYSQL_DQSTRING                 -->
<style id="78" fore-color="#F92672" back-color="#49483E" bold="No" />   <!-- SCE_MYSQL_OPERATOR                 -->
<style id="79" fore-color="#9B859D" back-color="#49483E" bold="No" />   <!-- SCE_MYSQL_FUNCTION                 -->
<style id="80" fore-color="#DDDDDD" back-color="#49483E" bold="No" />   <!-- SCE_MYSQL_IDENTIFIER               -->
<style id="81" fore-color="#E6DB74" back-color="#49483E" bold="No" />   <!-- SCE_MYSQL_QUOTEDIDENTIFIER         -->
<style id="82" fore-color="#529B2F" back-color="#49483E" bold="No" />   <!-- SCE_MYSQL_USER1                    -->
<style id="83" fore-color="#529B2F" back-color="#49483E" bold="No" />   <!-- SCE_MYSQL_USER2                    -->
<style id="84" fore-color="#529B2F" back-color="#49483E" bold="No" />   <!-- SCE_MYSQL_USER3                    -->
<style id="85" fore-color="#66D9EF" back-color="#888888" bold="No" />   <!-- SCE_MYSQL_HIDDENCOMMAND            -->
<style id="86" fore-color="#AAAAAA" back-color="#888888" bold="No" />   <!-- SCE_MYSQL_PLACEHOLDER              -->

Add an object to a python list

while you should show how your code looks like that gives the problem, i think this scenario is very common. See copy/deepcopy

How can I run another application within a panel of my C# program?

  • Adding some solution in Answer..**

This code has helped me to dock some executable in windows form. like NotePad, Excel, word, Acrobat reader n many more...

But it wont work for some applications. As sometimes when you start process of some application.... wait for idle time... and the try to get its mainWindowHandle.... till the time the main window handle becomes null.....

so I have done one trick to solve this

If you get main window handle as null... then search all the runnning processes on sytem and find you process ... then get the main hadle of the process and the set panel as its parent.

        ProcessStartInfo info = new ProcessStartInfo();
        info.FileName = "xxxxxxxxxxxx.exe";
        info.Arguments = "yyyyyyyyyy";
        info.UseShellExecute = true;
        info.CreateNoWindow = true;
        info.WindowStyle = ProcessWindowStyle.Maximized;
        info.RedirectStandardInput = false;
        info.RedirectStandardOutput = false;
        info.RedirectStandardError = false;

        System.Diagnostics.Process p = System.Diagnostics.Process.Start(info); 

        p.WaitForInputIdle();
        Thread.Sleep(3000);

        Process[] p1 ;
    if(p.MainWindowHandle == null)
    {
        List<String> arrString = new List<String>();
        foreach (Process p1 in Process.GetProcesses())
        {
            // Console.WriteLine(p1.MainWindowHandle);
            arrString.Add(Convert.ToString(p1.ProcessName));
        }
        p1 = Process.GetProcessesByName("xxxxxxxxxxxx");
        //p.WaitForInputIdle();
        Thread.Sleep(5000);
      SetParent(p1[0].MainWindowHandle, this.panel2.Handle);

    }
    else
    {
     SetParent(p.MainWindowHandle, this.panel2.Handle);
     }

MySQL pivot table query with dynamic columns

The only way in MySQL to do this dynamically is with Prepared statements. Here is a good article about them:

Dynamic pivot tables (transform rows to columns)

Your code would look like this:

SET @sql = NULL;
SELECT
  GROUP_CONCAT(DISTINCT
    CONCAT(
      'MAX(IF(pa.fieldname = ''',
      fieldname,
      ''', pa.fieldvalue, NULL)) AS ',
      fieldname
    )
  ) INTO @sql
FROM product_additional;

SET @sql = CONCAT('SELECT p.id
                    , p.name
                    , p.description, ', @sql, ' 
                   FROM product p
                   LEFT JOIN product_additional AS pa 
                    ON p.id = pa.id
                   GROUP BY p.id');

PREPARE stmt FROM @sql;
EXECUTE stmt;
DEALLOCATE PREPARE stmt;

See Demo

NOTE: GROUP_CONCAT function has a limit of 1024 characters. See parameter group_concat_max_len

Tablix: Repeat header rows on each page not working - Report Builder 3.0

Another way to accomplish this if you still have that issue is by doing the following :

  • Clear all the Table header text leave it empty.
  • On the Reports “Header” section add textboxes inside a rectangle , each textbox will represent a column header for the table.
  • As this rectangle is on the Reports Header section it will display on all report pages.

Thanks, Sufian.

Python element-wise tuple operations like sum

Yes. But you can't redefine built-in types. You have to subclass them:

class MyTuple(tuple):
    def __add__(self, other):
         if len(self) != len(other):
             raise ValueError("tuple lengths don't match")
         return MyTuple(x + y for (x, y) in zip(self, other))

How do you pass a function as a parameter in C?

I am gonna explain with a simple example code which takes a compare function as parameter to another sorting function. Lets say I have a bubble sort function that takes a custom compare function and uses it instead of a fixed if statement.

Compare Function

bool compare(int a, int b) {
    return a > b;
}

Now , the Bubble sort that takes another function as its parameter to perform comparison

Bubble sort function

void bubble_sort(int arr[], int n, bool (&cmp)(int a, int b)) {

    for (int i = 0;i < n - 1;i++) {
        for (int j = 0;j < (n - 1 - i);j++) {
            
            if (cmp(arr[j], arr[j + 1])) {
                swap(arr[j], arr[j + 1]);
            }
        }
    }
}

Finally , the main which calls the Bubble sort function by passing the boolean compare function as argument.

int main()
{
    int i, n = 10, key = 11;
    int arr[10] = { 20, 22, 18, 8, 12, 3, 6, 12, 11, 15 };

    bubble_sort(arr, n, compare);
    cout<<"Sorted Order"<<endl;
    for (int i = 0;i < n;i++) {
        cout << arr[i] << " ";
    }
}

Output:

Sorted Order
3 6 8 11 12 12 15 18 20 22