Programs & Examples On #Printer properties

Newline in markdown table?

Just for those that are trying to do this on Jira. Just add \\ at the end of each line and a new line will be created:

|Something|Something else \\ that's rather long|Something else|

Will render this:

enter image description here

Source: Text breaks on Jira

Comparison of Android Web Service and Networking libraries: OKHTTP, Retrofit and Volley

And yet another option: https://github.com/apptik/jus

  • It is modular like Volley, but more extended and documentation is improving, supporting different HTTP stacks and converters out of the box
  • It has a module to generate server API interface mappings like Retrofit
  • It also has JavaRx support

And many other handy features like markers, transformers, etc.

Setting up Eclipse with JRE Path

Add the following -vm D:/Java/jdk1.6.0_30/bin/javaw.exe in the begin of eclipse.ini like this :

-vm
  D:/Java/jdk1.6.0_30/bin/javaw.exe
  -startup
  plugins/org.eclipse.equinox.launcher_1.3.0.v20130327-1440.jar
  --launcher.library
  plugins/org.eclipse.equinox.launcher.win32.win32.x86_64_1.1.200.v20130807-1835
  -product
   org.eclipse.epp.package.jee.product
   --launcher.defaultAction
   openFile
   --launcher.XXMaxPermSize
   1024M
   -showsplash
   org.eclipse.platform
    --launcher.XXMaxPermSize
   1024m
    --launcher.defaultAction
   openFile
   --launcher.appendVmargs
   -vmargs
   -Dosgi.requiredJavaVersion=1.6
   -Xms1024m
   -Xmx2048m

Deleting objects from an ArrayList in Java

Obviously, of the two methods you mention number 1 is more efficient, since it only needs to go through the list once, while with method number 2 the list has to be traversed two times (first to find the elements to remove, and them to remove them).

Actually, removing a list of elements from another list is likely an algorithm that's worse than O(n) so method 2 is even worse.

The iterator method:

List data = ...;

for (Iterator i = data.iterator(); i.hasNext(); ) {
    Object element = i.next();

    if (!(...)) {
        i.remove();
    }
}

DataGridView checkbox column - value and functionality

If you have a gridview containing more than one checkbox .... you should try this ....

Object[] o=new Object[6];

for (int i = 0; i < dgverlist.RowCount; i++)
{
    for (int j = 2; j < dgverlist.ColumnCount; j++)
    {
        DataGridViewCheckBoxCell ch1 = new DataGridViewCheckBoxCell();
        ch1 = (DataGridViewCheckBoxCell)dgverlist.Rows[i].Cells[j];

        if (ch1.Value != null)
        {
           o[i] = ch1.OwningColumn.HeaderText.ToString();

            MessageBox.Show(o[i].ToString());
        }
    }
}

Sonar properties files

You can define a Multi-module project structure, then you can set the configuration for sonar in one properties file in the root folder of your project, (Way #1)

How do I include a newline character in a string in Delphi?

my_string := 'Hello,' + #13#10 + 'world!';

#13#10 is the CR/LF characters in decimal

Using global variables between files?

The problem is you defined myList from main.py, but subfile.py needs to use it. Here is a clean way to solve this problem: move all globals to a file, I call this file settings.py. This file is responsible for defining globals and initializing them:

# settings.py

def init():
    global myList
    myList = []

Next, your subfile can import globals:

# subfile.py

import settings

def stuff():
    settings.myList.append('hey')

Note that subfile does not call init()— that task belongs to main.py:

# main.py

import settings
import subfile

settings.init()          # Call only once
subfile.stuff()         # Do stuff with global var
print settings.myList[0] # Check the result

This way, you achieve your objective while avoid initializing global variables more than once.

maximum value of int

I know it's an old question but maybe someone can use this solution:

int size = 0; // Fill all bits with zero (0)
size = ~size; // Negate all bits, thus all bits are set to one (1)

So far we have -1 as result 'till size is a signed int.

size = (unsigned int)size >> 1; // Shift the bits of size one position to the right.

As Standard says, bits that are shifted in are 1 if variable is signed and negative and 0 if variable would be unsigned or signed and positive.

As size is signed and negative we would shift in sign bit which is 1, which is not helping much, so we cast to unsigned int, forcing to shift in 0 instead, setting the sign bit to 0 while letting all other bits remain 1.

cout << size << endl; // Prints out size which is now set to maximum positive value.

We could also use a mask and xor but then we had to know the exact bitsize of the variable. With shifting in bits front, we don't have to know at any time how many bits the int has on machine or compiler nor need we include extra libraries.

Biggest advantage to using ASP.Net MVC vs web forms

MVC Controller:

    [HttpGet]
    public ActionResult DetailList(ImportDetailSearchModel model)
    {
        Data.ImportDataAccess ida = new Data.ImportDataAccess();
        List<Data.ImportDetailData> data = ida.GetImportDetails(model.FileId, model.FailuresOnly);

        return PartialView("ImportSummaryDetailPartial", data);
    }

MVC View:

<table class="sortable">
<thead>
    <tr><th>Unique Id</th><th class="left">Error Type</th><th class="left">Field</th><th class="left">Message</th><th class="left">State</th></tr>
</thead>
<tbody>
    @foreach (Data.ImportDetailData detail in Model)
    {
    <tr><th>@detail.UniqueID</th><th class="left">@detail.ErrorType</th><th class="left">@detail.FieldName</th><th class="left">@detail.Message</th><th class="left">@detail.ItemState</th></tr>
    }
</tbody></table>

How hard is that? No ViewState, No BS Page life-cycle...Just pure efficient code.

System.loadLibrary(...) couldn't find native library in my case

The reason for this error is because there is a mismatch of the ABI between your app and the native library you linked against. Another words, your app and your .so is targeting different ABI.

if you create your app using latest Android Studio templates, its probably targeting the arm64-v8a but your .so may be targeting armeabi-v7a for example.

There is 2 way to solve this problem:

  1. build your native libraries for each ABI your app support.
  2. change your app to target older ABI that your .so built against.

Choice 2 is dirty but I think you probably have more interested in:

change your app's build.gradle

android {
    defaultConfig {
        ...
        ndk {
            abiFilters 'armeabi-v7a'
        }
   }
}

How to Test Facebook Connect Locally

Facebook seemingly randomly disables the ability to set localhost as a domain on your facebook app. I found the easiest work around was to tunnel my localhost to the web. This can be done for free using http://progrium.com/localtunnel/ or with a custom url (easier since you don't have to change url everytime in facebook) https://showoff.io

How do you divide each element in a list by an int?

The way you tried first is actually directly possible with numpy:

import numpy
myArray = numpy.array([10,20,30,40,50,60,70,80,90])
myInt = 10
newArray = myArray/myInt

If you do such operations with long lists and especially in any sort of scientific computing project, I would really advise using numpy.

how to compare two elements in jquery

Every time you call the jQuery() function, a new object is created and returned. So even equality checks on the same selectors will fail.

<div id="a">test</div>

$('#a') == $('#a') // false

The resulting jQuery object contains an array of matching elements, which are basically native DOM objects like HTMLDivElement that always refer to the same object, so you should check those for equality using the array index as Darin suggested.

$('#a')[0] == $('#a')[0] // true

mySQL select IN range

You can't, but you can use BETWEEN

SELECT job FROM mytable WHERE id BETWEEN 10 AND 15

Note that BETWEEN is inclusive, and will include items with both id 10 and 15.

If you do not want inclusion, you'll have to fall back to using the > and < operators.

SELECT job FROM mytable WHERE id > 10 AND id < 15

Convert command line arguments into an array in Bash

Here is another usage :

#!/bin/bash
array=( "$@" )
arraylength=${#array[@]}
for (( i=0; i<${arraylength}; i++ ));
do
   echo "${array[$i]}"
done

How do I create delegates in Objective-C?

Ok, this is not really an answer to the question, but if you are looking up how to make your own delegate maybe something far simpler could be a better answer for you.

I hardly implement my delegates because I rarely need. I can have ONLY ONE delegate for a delegate object. So if you want your delegate for one way communication/passing data than you are much better of with notifications.

NSNotification can pass objects to more than one recipients and it is very easy to use. It works like this:

MyClass.m file should look like this

#import "MyClass.h"
@implementation MyClass 

- (void) myMethodToDoStuff {
//this will post a notification with myClassData (NSArray in this case)  in its userInfo dict and self as an object
[[NSNotificationCenter defaultCenter] postNotificationName:@"myClassUpdatedData"
                                                    object:self
                                                  userInfo:[NSDictionary dictionaryWithObject:selectedLocation[@"myClassData"] forKey:@"myClassData"]];
}
@end

To use your notification in another classes: Add class as an observer:

[[NSNotificationCenter defaultCenter] addObserver:self selector:@selector(otherClassUpdatedItsData:) name:@"myClassUpdatedData" object:nil];

Implement the selector:

- (void) otherClassUpdatedItsData:(NSNotification *)note {
    NSLog(@"*** Other class updated its data ***");
    MyClass *otherClass = [note object];  //the object itself, you can call back any selector if you want
    NSArray *otherClassData = [note userInfo][@"myClassData"]; //get myClass data object and do whatever you want with it
}

Don't forget to remove your class as an observer if

- (void)dealloc
{
    [[NSNotificationCenter defaultCenter] removeObserver:self];
}

Objective-C for Windows

I have mixed feelings about the Cocotron project. I'm glad they are releasing source code and sharing but I don't feel that they are doing things the easiest way.

Examples.
Apple has released the source code to the objective-c runtime, which includes properties and garbage collection. The Cocotron project however has their own implementation of the objective-c runtime. Why bother to duplicate the effort? There is even a Visual Studio Project file that can be used to build an objc.dll file. Or if you're really lazy, you can just copy the DLL file from an installation of Safari on Windows.

They also did not bother to leverage CoreFoundation, which is also open sourced by Apple. I posted a question about this but did not receive an answer.

I think the current best solution is to take source code from multiple sources (Apple, CocoTron, GnuStep) and merge it together to what you need. You'll have to read a lot of source but it will be worth the end result.

How to top, left justify text in a <td> cell that spans multiple rows

td[rowspan] {
  vertical-align: top;
  text-align: left;
}

See: CSS attribute selectors.

scp (secure copy) to ec2 instance without password

scp -i /home/barkat/Downloads/LamppServer.pem lampp_x64_12.04.tar.gz

this will be very helpful to all of you guys

CSS to stop text wrapping under image

If you want the margin-left to work on a span element you'll need to make it display: inline-block or display:block as well.

Change the mouse cursor on mouse over to anchor-like style

I think :hover was missing in above answers. So following would do the needful.(if css was required)

#myDiv:hover
{
    cursor: pointer;
}

Unable to verify leaf signature

If you come to this thread because you're using the node postgres / pg module, there is a better solution than setting NODE_TLS_REJECT_UNAUTHORIZED or rejectUnauthorized, which will lead to insecure connections.

Instead, configure the "ssl" option to match the parameters for tls.connect:

{
  ca: fs.readFileSync('/path/to/server-ca.pem').toString(),
  cert: fs.readFileSync('/path/to/client-cert.pem').toString(),
  key: fs.readFileSync('/path/to/client-key.pem').toString(),
  servername: 'my-server-name' // e.g. my-project-id/my-sql-instance-id for Google SQL
}

I've written a module to help with parsing these options from environment variables like PGSSLROOTCERT, PGSSLCERT, and PGSSLKEY:

https://github.com/programmarchy/pg-ssl

How can I make space between two buttons in same div?

I used the Bootstrap 4 buttons plugin (https://getbootstrap.com/docs/4.0/components/buttons/#button-plugin) and added the class rounded to the labels and the class mx-1 to the middle button to achieve the desired look and feel of separate radio buttons. Using the class btn-toolbar made the radio button circles appear for me which is not what I wanted. Hope this helps someone.

        <div class="btn-group btn-group-toggle" data-toggle="buttons">
            <label class="btn btn-secondary active rounded">
                <input type="radio" name="options" id="option1" autocomplete="off" checked> Active
            </label>
            <label class="btn btn-secondary rounded mx-1">
                <input type="radio" name="options" id="option2" autocomplete="off"> Radio
            </label>
            <label class="btn btn-secondary rounded">
                <input type="radio" name="options" id="option3" autocomplete="off"> Radio
            </label>
        </div>

Add space between cells (td) using css

You want border-spacing:

<table style="border-spacing: 10px;">

Or in a CSS block somewhere:

table {
  border-spacing: 10px;
}

See quirksmode on border-spacing. Be aware that border-spacing does not work on IE7 and below.

How to get data from database in javascript based on the value passed to the function

'SELECT * FROM Employ where number = ' + parseInt(val, 10) + ';'

For example, if val is "10" then this will end up building the string:

"SELECT * FROM Employ where number = 10;"

How can I apply a function to every row/column of a matrix in MATLAB?

With recent versions of Matlab, you can use the Table data structure to your advantage. There's even a 'rowfun' operation but I found it easier just to do this:

a = magic(6);
incrementRow = cell2mat(cellfun(@(x) x+1,table2cell(table(a)),'UniformOutput',0))

or here's an older one I had that doesn't require tables, for older Matlab versions.

dataBinner = cell2mat(arrayfun(@(x) Binner(a(x,:),2)',1:size(a,1),'UniformOutput',0)')

Caused By: java.lang.NoClassDefFoundError: org/apache/log4j/Logger

You can use the following maven dependency in your pom file. Otherwise, you can download the following two jars from net and add it to your build path.

<dependency>
    <groupId>org.slf4j</groupId>
    <artifactId>slf4j-api</artifactId>
    <version>1.6.4</version>
</dependency>

<dependency>
    <groupId>org.slf4j</groupId>
    <artifactId>slf4j-log4j12</artifactId>
    <version>1.6.4</version>
</dependency>

This is copied from my working project. First make sure it is working in your project. Then you can change the versions to use any other(versions) compatible jars.

For AggCat, you can refer the POM file of the sample java application.

https://github.com/IntuitDeveloperRelations/IPP_Sample_Code/blob/master/CustomerAccountData/Java/AggCatSampleApplication/pom.xml

Thanks

How to hide columns in an ASP.NET GridView with auto-generated columns?

@nCdy: index_of_cell should be replaced by an integer, corresponding to the index number of the cell that you wish to hide in the .Cells collection.

For example, suppose that your GridView presents the following columns:

CONTACT NAME | CONTACT NUMBER | CUSTOMERID | ADDRESS LINE 1 | POST CODE

And you want the CUSTOMERID column not to be displayed. Since collections indexes are 0-based, your CUSTOMERID column's index is..........? That's right, 2!! Very good. Now... guess what you should put in there, to replace 'index_of_cell'??

jQuery: selecting each td in a tr

expanding on the answer above the 'each' function will return you the table-cell html object. wrapping that in $() will then allow you to perform jquery actions on it.

$(this).find('td').each (function( column, td) {
  $(td).blah
});  

Adding 'serial' to existing column in Postgres

TL;DR

Here's a version where you don't need a human to read a value and type it out themselves.

CREATE SEQUENCE foo_a_seq OWNED BY foo.a;
SELECT setval('foo_a_seq', coalesce(max(a), 0) + 1, false) FROM foo;
ALTER TABLE foo ALTER COLUMN a SET DEFAULT nextval('foo_a_seq'); 

Another option would be to employ the reusable Function shared at the end of this answer.


A non-interactive solution

Just adding to the other two answers, for those of us who need to have these Sequences created by a non-interactive script, while patching a live-ish DB for instance.

That is, when you don't wanna SELECT the value manually and type it yourself into a subsequent CREATE statement.

In short, you can not do:

CREATE SEQUENCE foo_a_seq
    START WITH ( SELECT max(a) + 1 FROM foo );

... since the START [WITH] clause in CREATE SEQUENCE expects a value, not a subquery.

Note: As a rule of thumb, that applies to all non-CRUD (i.e.: anything other than INSERT, SELECT, UPDATE, DELETE) statements in pgSQL AFAIK.

However, setval() does! Thus, the following is absolutely fine:

SELECT setval('foo_a_seq', max(a)) FROM foo;

If there's no data and you don't (want to) know about it, use coalesce() to set the default value:

SELECT setval('foo_a_seq', coalesce(max(a), 0)) FROM foo;
--                         ^      ^         ^
--                       defaults to:       0

However, having the current sequence value set to 0 is clumsy, if not illegal.
Using the three-parameter form of setval would be more appropriate:

--                                             vvv
SELECT setval('foo_a_seq', coalesce(max(a), 0) + 1, false) FROM foo;
--                                                  ^   ^
--                                                is_called

Setting the optional third parameter of setval to false will prevent the next nextval from advancing the sequence before returning a value, and thus:

the next nextval will return exactly the specified value, and sequence advancement commences with the following nextval.

— from this entry in the documentation

On an unrelated note, you also can specify the column owning the Sequence directly with CREATE, you don't have to alter it later:

CREATE SEQUENCE foo_a_seq OWNED BY foo.a;

In summary:

CREATE SEQUENCE foo_a_seq OWNED BY foo.a;
SELECT setval('foo_a_seq', coalesce(max(a), 0) + 1, false) FROM foo;
ALTER TABLE foo ALTER COLUMN a SET DEFAULT nextval('foo_a_seq'); 

Using a Function

Alternatively, if you're planning on doing this for multiple columns, you could opt for using an actual Function.

CREATE OR REPLACE FUNCTION make_into_serial(table_name TEXT, column_name TEXT) RETURNS INTEGER AS $$
DECLARE
    start_with INTEGER;
    sequence_name TEXT;
BEGIN
    sequence_name := table_name || '_' || column_name || '_seq';
    EXECUTE 'SELECT coalesce(max(' || column_name || '), 0) + 1 FROM ' || table_name
            INTO start_with;
    EXECUTE 'CREATE SEQUENCE ' || sequence_name ||
            ' START WITH ' || start_with ||
            ' OWNED BY ' || table_name || '.' || column_name;
    EXECUTE 'ALTER TABLE ' || table_name || ' ALTER COLUMN ' || column_name ||
            ' SET DEFAULT nextVal(''' || sequence_name || ''')';
    RETURN start_with;
END;
$$ LANGUAGE plpgsql VOLATILE;

Use it like so:

INSERT INTO foo (data) VALUES ('asdf');
-- ERROR: null value in column "a" violates not-null constraint

SELECT make_into_serial('foo', 'a');
INSERT INTO foo (data) VALUES ('asdf');
-- OK: 1 row(s) affected

How to remove a file from the index in git?

Depending on your workflow, this may be the kind of thing that you need rarely enough that there's little point in trying to figure out a command-line solution (unless you happen to be working without a graphical interface for some reason).

Just use one of the GUI-based tools that support index management, for example:

  • git gui <-- uses the Tk windowing framework -- similar style to gitk
  • git cola <-- a more modern-style GUI interface

These let you move files in and out of the index by point-and-click. They even have support for selecting and moving portions of a file (individual changes) to and from the index.


How about a different perspective: If you mess up while using one of the suggested, rather cryptic, commands:

  • git rm --cached [file]
  • git reset HEAD <file>

...you stand a real chance of losing data -- or at least making it hard to find. Unless you really need to do this with very high frequency, using a GUI tool is likely to be safer.


Working without the index

Based on the comments and votes, I've come to realize that a lot of people use the index all the time. I don't. Here's how:

  • Commit my entire working copy (the typical case): git commit -a
  • Commit just a few files: git commit (list of files)
  • Commit all but a few modified files: git commit -a then amend via git gui
  • Graphically review all changes to working copy: git difftool --dir-diff --tool=meld

Calling a class method raises a TypeError in Python

You can instantiate the class by declaring a variable and calling the class as if it were a function:

x = mystuff()
print x.average(9,18,27)

However, this won't work with the code you gave us. When you call a class method on a given object (x), it always passes a pointer to the object as the first parameter when it calls the function. So if you run your code right now, you'll see this error message:

TypeError: average() takes exactly 3 arguments (4 given)

To fix this, you'll need to modify the definition of the average method to take four parameters. The first parameter is an object reference, and the remaining 3 parameters would be for the 3 numbers.

How would I run an async Task<T> method synchronously?

In your code, your first wait for task to execute but you haven't started it so it waits indefinitely. Try this:

Task<Customer> task = GetCustomers();
task.RunSynchronously();

Edit:

You say that you get an exception. Please post more details, including stack trace.
Mono contains the following test case:

[Test]
public void ExecuteSynchronouslyTest ()
{
        var val = 0;
        Task t = new Task (() => { Thread.Sleep (100); val = 1; });
        t.RunSynchronously ();

        Assert.AreEqual (1, val);
}

Check if this works for you. If it does not, though very unlikely, you might have some odd build of Async CTP. If it does work, you might want to examine what exactly the compiler generates and how Task instantiation is different from this sample.

Edit #2:

I checked with Reflector that the exception you described occurs when m_action is null. This is kinda odd, but I'm no expert on Async CTP. As I said, you should decompile your code and see how exactly Task is being instantiated any how come its m_action is null.

TypeScript: correct way to do string equality?

The === is not for checking string equalit , to do so you can use the Regxp functions for example

if (x.match(y) === null) {
// x and y are not equal 
}

there is also the test function

Can I use a case/switch statement with two variables?

Yes you can also do:

    switch (true) {

     case (var1 === true && var2 === true) :
       //do something
       break;
     case (var1 === false && var2 === false) :
       //do something
       break;

      default:

    }

This will always execute the switch, pretty much just like if/else but looks cleaner. Just continue checking your variables in the case expressions.

How to bind list to dataGridView?

Instead of create the new Container class you can use a dataTable.

DataTable dt = new DataTable();
dt.Columns.Add("My first column Name");

dt.Rows.Add(new object[] { "Item 1" });
dt.Rows.Add(new object[] { "Item number 2" });
dt.Rows.Add(new object[] { "Item number three" });

myDataGridView.DataSource = dt;

More about this problem you can find here: http://psworld.pl/Programming/BindingListOfString

Bootstrap 3 offset on right not left

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<div class="row">_x000D_
<div class="col-md-10 col-md-pull-2">_x000D_
col-md-10 col-md-pull-2_x000D_
</div>_x000D_
<div class="col-md-10 col-md-pull-2">_x000D_
col-md-10 col-md-pull-2_x000D_
</div>_x000D_
</div>
_x000D_
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how to use concatenate a fixed string and a variable in Python

I'm guessing that you meant to do this:

msg['Subject'] = "Auto Hella Restart Report " + sys.argv[1]
# To concatenate strings in python, use       ^ 

VS2010 How to include files in project, to copy them to build output directory automatically during build or publish

I only have the need to push files during a build, so I just added a Post-build Event Command Line entry like this:

Copy /Y "$(SolutionDir)Third Party\SomeLibrary\*" "$(TargetDir)"

You can set this by right-clicking your Project in the Solution Explorer, then Properties > Build Events

How can a query multiply 2 cell for each row MySQL?

this was my solution:

i was looking for how to display the result not to calculate...

so. in this case. there is no column TOTAL in the database, but there is a total on the webpage...

 <td><?php echo $row['amount1'] * $row['amount2'] ?></td>

also this was needed first...

<?php 
   $conn=mysql_connect('localhost','testbla','adminbla');
mysql_select_db("testa",$conn);

$query1 = "select * from info2";
$get=mysql_query($query1);
while($row=mysql_fetch_array($get)){
   ?>

how to remove only one style property with jquery

The documentation for css() says that setting the style property to the empty string will remove that property if it does not reside in a stylesheet:

Setting the value of a style property to an empty string — e.g. $('#mydiv').css('color', '') — removes that property from an element if it has already been directly applied, whether in the HTML style attribute, through jQuery's .css() method, or through direct DOM manipulation of the style property. It does not, however, remove a style that has been applied with a CSS rule in a stylesheet or <style> element.

Since your styles are inline, you can write:

$(selector).css("-moz-user-select", "");

Notepad++ add to every line

Well, I am posting this after such a long time but this will the easiest of all.

  1. To add text at the beginning/a-certain-place-from-start for all lines, just click there and do ALT+C and you will get the below box. Type in your text and click OK and it's done.

    enter image description here

  2. To add a certain text at end of all lines, do CTRL+F, and choose REPLACE. You will get the below box. Put in '$' in 'find what' and in 'replace with' type in your text.Make sure you choose 'regular expression' in the search mode (left down). Finally click 'replace all' and you are done.

enter image description here

Variable length (Dynamic) Arrays in Java

How about using a List instead? For example, ArrayList<integer>

CSS Background Opacity

Children inherit opacity. It'd be weird and inconvenient if they didn't.

You can use a translucent PNG file for your background image, or use an RGBa (a for alpha) color for your background color.

Example, 50% faded black background:

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<div style="background-color:rgba(0, 0, 0, 0.5);">_x000D_
   <div>_x000D_
      Text added._x000D_
   </div>_x000D_
</div>
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Android statusbar icons color

Setting windowLightStatusBar to true not works with Mi phones, some Meizu phones, Blackview phones, WileyFox etc. I've found such hack for Mi and Meizu devices. This is not a comprehensive solution of this perfomance problem, but maybe it would be useful to somebody.

And I think, it would be better to tell your customer that coloring status bar (for example) white - is not a good idea. instead of using different hacks it would be better to define appropriate colorPrimaryDark according to the guidelines

Could not complete the operation due to error 80020101. IE

Switch off compatibility view if you use IE9.

How to get object size in memory?

The following code fragment should return the size in bytes of any object passed to it, so long as it can be serialized. I got this from a colleague at Quixant to resolve a problem of writing to SRAM on a gaming platform. Hope it helps out. Credit and thanks to Carlo Vittuci.

/// <summary>
/// Calculates the lenght in bytes of an object 
/// and returns the size 
/// </summary>
/// <param name="TestObject"></param>
/// <returns></returns>
private int GetObjectSize(object TestObject)
{
    BinaryFormatter bf = new BinaryFormatter();
    MemoryStream ms = new MemoryStream();
    byte[] Array;
    bf.Serialize(ms, TestObject);
    Array = ms.ToArray();
    return Array.Length;
}

phpMyAdmin - Error > Incorrect format parameter?

This error is caused by the fact that the maximum upload size is (Max: 2,048KiB). If your file is bigger than this, you will get an error. Zip the file and upload it again, you will not get the error.

what is reverse() in Django

The reverse() is used to adhere the django DRY principle i.e if you change the url in future then you can reference that url using reverse(urlname).

PostgreSQL visual interface similar to phpMyAdmin?

I would also highly recommend Adminer - http://www.adminer.org/

It is much faster than phpMyAdmin, does less funky iframe stuff, and supports both MySQL and PostgreSQL.

How to get root directory of project in asp.net core. Directory.GetCurrentDirectory() doesn't seem to work correctly on a mac

In some cases _hostingEnvironment.ContentRootPath and System.IO.Directory.GetCurrentDirectory() targets to source directory. Here is bug about it.

The solution proposed there helped me

Path.GetDirectoryName(Assembly.GetEntryAssembly().Location);

Twitter Bootstrap carousel different height images cause bouncing arrows

 .className{
 width: auto;
  height: 200px;
  max-height: 200px;
   max-width:200px
   object-fit: contain;
}

error: expected ‘=’, ‘,’, ‘;’, ‘asm’ or ‘__attribute__’ before ‘{’ token

AST_NODE* Statement(AST_NODE* node)

is missing a semicolon (a major clue was the error message "In function ‘Statement’: ...") and so is line 24,

   return node

(Once you fix those, you will encounter other problems, some of which are mentioned by others here.)

hibernate could not get next sequence value

I would also like to add a few notes about a MySQL-to-PostgreSQL migration:

  1. In your DDL, in the object naming prefer the use of '_' (underscore) character for word separation to the camel case convention. The latter works fine in MySQL but brings a lot of issues in PostgreSQL.
  2. The IDENTITY strategy for @GeneratedValue annotation in your model class-identity fields works fine for PostgreSQLDialect in hibernate 3.2 and superior. Also, The AUTO strategy is the typical setting for MySQLDialect.
  3. If you annotate your model classes with @Table and set a literal value to these equal to the table name, make sure you did create the tables to be stored under public schema.

That's as far as I remember now, hope these tips can spare you a few minutes of trial and error fiddling!

How do I add a .click() event to an image?

First of all, this line

<img src="http://soulsnatcher.bplaced.net/LDRYh.jpg" alt="unfinished bingo card" />.click()

You're mixing HTML and JavaScript. It doesn't work like that. Get rid of the .click() there.

If you read the JavaScript you've got there, document.getElementById('foo') it's looking for an HTML element with an ID of foo. You don't have one. Give your image that ID:

<img id="foo" src="http://soulsnatcher.bplaced.net/LDRYh.jpg" alt="unfinished bingo card" />

Alternatively, you could throw the JS in a function and put an onclick in your HTML:

<img src="http://soulsnatcher.bplaced.net/LDRYh.jpg" alt="unfinished bingo card" onclick="myfunction()" />

I suggest you do some reading up on JavaScript and HTML though.


The others are right about needing to move the <img> above the JS click binding too.

R not finding package even after package installation

So the package will be downloaded in a temp folder C:\Users\U122337.BOSTONADVISORS\AppData\Local\Temp\Rtmp404t8Y\downloaded_packages from where it will be installed into your library folder, e.g. C:\R\library\zoo

What you have to do once install command is done: Open Packages menu -> Load package...

You will see your package on the list. You can automate this: How to load packages in R automatically?

Redis - Connect to Remote Server

I've been stuck with the same issue, and the preceding answer did not help me (albeit well written).

The solution is here : check your /etc/redis/redis.conf, and make sure to change the default

bind 127.0.0.1

to

bind 0.0.0.0

Then restart your service (service redis-server restart)

You can then now check that redis is listening on non-local interface with

redis-cli -h 192.168.x.x ping

(replace 192.168.x.x with your IP adress)

Important note : as several users stated, it is not safe to set this on a server which is exposed to the Internet. You should be certain that you redis is protected with any means that fits your needs.

Remove last specific character in a string c#

Or you can convert it into Char Array first by:

string Something = "1,5,12,34,";
char[] SomeGoodThing=Something.ToCharArray[];

Now you have each character indexed:

SomeGoodThing[0] -> '1'
SomeGoodThing[1] -> ','

Play around it

PHP - concatenate or directly insert variables in string

Double-quoted strings are more elegant because you don't have to break up your string every time you need to insert a variable (like you must do with single-quoted strings).

However, if you need to insert the return value of a function, this cannot be inserted into a double-quoted string--even if you surround it with braces!

//syntax error!!
//$s = "Hello {trim($world)}!"

//the only option
$s = "Hello " . trim($world) . "!";

REST API Best practices: Where to put parameters?

As a programmer often on the client-end, I prefer the query argument. Also, for me, it separates the URL path from the parameters, adds to clarity, and offers more extensibility. It also allows me to have separate logic between the URL/URI building and the parameter builder.

I do like what manuel aldana said about the other option if there's some sort of tree involved. I can see user-specific parts being treed off like that.

Circle line-segment collision detection algorithm?

In this post circle line collision will be checked by checking distance between circle center and point on line segment (Ipoint) that represent intersection point between normal N (Image 2) from circle center to line segment.

(https://i.stack.imgur.com/3o6do.png)Image 1. Finding vectors E and D

On image 1 one circle and one line are shown, vector A point to line start point, vector B point to line end point, vector C point to circle center. Now we must find vector E (from line start point to circle center) and vector D (from line start point to line end point) this calculation is shown on image 1.

(https://i.stack.imgur.com/7098a.png)Image 2. Finding vector X

At image 2 we can see that vector E is projected on Vector D by "dot product" of vector E and unit vector D, result of dot product is scalar Xp that represent the distance between line start point and point of intersection (Ipoint) of vector N and vector D. Next vector X is found by multiplying unit vector D and scalar Xp.

Now we need to find vector Z (vector to Ipoint), its easy its simple vector addition of vector A (start point on line) and vector X. Next we need to deal with special cases we must check is Ipoint on line segment, if its not we must find out is it left of it or right of it, we will use vector closest to determine which point is closest to circle.

(https://i.stack.imgur.com/p9WIr.png)Image 3. Finding closest point

When projection Xp is negative Ipoint is left of line segment, vector closest is equal to vector of line start point, when projection Xp is greater then magnitude of vector D then Ipoint is right of line segment then closest vector is equal to vector of line end point in any other case closest vector is equal to vector Z.

Now when we have closest vector , we need to find vector from circle center to Ipoint (dist vector), its simple we just need to subtract closest vector from center vector. Next just check if vector dist magnitude is less then circle radius if it is then they collide, if its not there is no collision.

(https://i.stack.imgur.com/QJ63q.png)Image 4. Checking for collision

For end, we can return some values for resolving collision , easiest way is to return overlap of collision (subtract radius from vector dist magnitude) and return axis of collision, its vector D. Also intersection point is vector Z if needed.

"R cannot be resolved to a variable"?

Check the androidmanifest.xml file and layoutfolder xml files. They should be created properly as the starting and ending clause in xml should be placed properly. Update the files, clean and build. And all set!

Passing Javascript variable to <a href >

JAVASCRIPT CODE:

<script>

    function getUrlVars()
{
    var vars = [], hash;
    var hashes = window.location.href.slice(window.location.href.indexOf('?') + 1).split('&');
    for(var i = 0; i < hashes.length; i++)
    {
        hash = hashes[i].split('=');
        vars.push(hash[0]);
        vars[hash[0]] = hash[1];
    }
    return vars;
}

var user = getUrlVars()["user"];
var pass = getUrlVars()["pass"];
var sub  = getUrlVars()["sub"];
</script>

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

myApp.controller('dropdownCtrl', ['$scope','$window','$http', function($scope, $window, $http) {

 $http.get('http://dummy.com/app/chapter.php?user='+user+'&pass='+pass)

     .then(function (response) {$scope.names = response.data.admin;});
    $scope.names = [];

        $http.get('http://dummy.com/app/chapter.php?user='+user+'&pass='+pass+'&sub='+sub)

            .then(function (response) {$scope.chapter = response.data.chp;});
           $scope.chapter = [];

};


}]);
    </script>

HTML:

<div ng-controller="dropdownCtrl">
<div ng-repeat="a in chapter">
<a href="topic.html?ch={{a.chapter}}" onClick="location.href=this.href+'&user='+user+'&pass='+pass+'&sub='+sub;return false;">{{a.chapter}}</a>
</div>

Responsive Image full screen and centered - maintain aspect ratio, not exceed window

After a lot of trial and error I found this solved my problems. This is used to display photos on TVs via a browser.

  • It Keeps the photos aspect ratio
  • Scales in vertical and horizontal
  • Centers vertically and horizontal
  • The only thing to watch for are really wide images. They do stretch to fill, but not by much, standard camera photos are not altered.

    Give it a try :)

*only tested in chrome so far

HTML:

<div class="frame">
  <img src="image.jpg"/>
</div>

CSS:

.frame {
  border: 1px solid red;

  min-height: 98%;
  max-height: 98%;
  min-width: 99%;
  max-width: 99%;

  text-align: center;
  margin: auto;
  position: absolute;
}
img {
  border: 1px solid blue;

  min-height: 98%;
  max-width: 99%;
  max-height: 98%;

  width: auto;
  height: auto;
  position: absolute;
  top: 0;
  bottom: 0;
  left: 0;
  right: 0;
  margin: auto;
}

What exactly is Spring Framework for?

What is Spring for? I will answer that question shortly, but first, let's take another look at the example by victor hugo. It's not a great example because it doesn't justify the need for a new framework.

public class BaseView {
  protected UserLister userLister;

  public BaseView() {
    userLister = new UserListerDB(); // only line of code that needs changing
  }
}

public class SomeView extends BaseView {
  public SomeView() {
    super();
  }

  public void render() {
    List<User> users = userLister.getUsers();
    view.render(users);
  }
}

Done! So now even if you have hundreds or thousands of views, you still just need to change the one line of code, as in the Spring XML approach. But changing a line of code still requires recompiling as opposed to editing XML you say? Well my fussy friend, use Ant and script away!

So what is Spring for? It's for:

  1. Blind developers who follow the herd
  2. Employers who do not ever want to hire graduate programmers because they don't teach such frameworks at Uni
  3. Projects that started off with a bad design and need patchwork (as shown by victor hugo's example)

Further reading: http://discuss.joelonsoftware.com/?joel.3.219431.12

how to reset <input type = "file">

var fileInput = $('#uploadCaptureInputFile');
fileInput.replaceWith(fileInput.val('').clone(true));

text box input height

Use CSS:

<input type="text" class="bigText"  name=" item" align="left" />

.bigText {
    height:30px;
}

Dreamweaver is a poor testing tool. It is not a browser.

Type Checking: typeof, GetType, or is?

Use typeof when you want to get the type at compilation time. Use GetType when you want to get the type at execution time. There are rarely any cases to use is as it does a cast and, in most cases, you end up casting the variable anyway.

There is a fourth option that you haven't considered (especially if you are going to cast an object to the type you find as well); that is to use as.

Foo foo = obj as Foo;

if (foo != null)
    // your code here

This only uses one cast whereas this approach:

if (obj is Foo)
    Foo foo = (Foo)obj;

requires two.

Update (Jan 2020):

  • As of C# 7+, you can now cast inline, so the 'is' approach can now be done in one cast as well.

Example:

if(obj is Foo newLocalFoo)
{
    // For example, you can now reference 'newLocalFoo' in this local scope
    Console.WriteLine(newLocalFoo);
}

Mutex lock threads

What you need to do is to call pthread_mutex_lock to secure a mutex, like this:

pthread_mutex_lock(&mutex);

Once you do this, any other calls to pthread_mutex_lock(mutex) will not return until you call pthread_mutex_unlock in this thread. So if you try to call pthread_create, you will be able to create a new thread, and that thread will be able to (incorrectly) use the shared resource. You should call pthread_mutex_lock from within your fooAPI function, and that will cause the function to wait until the shared resource is available.

So you would have something like this:

#include <pthread.h>
#include <stdio.h>

int sharedResource = 0;
pthread_mutex_t mutex = PTHREAD_MUTEX_INITIALIZER;

void* fooAPI(void* param)
{
    pthread_mutex_lock(&mutex);
    printf("Changing the shared resource now.\n");
    sharedResource = 42;
    pthread_mutex_unlock(&mutex);
    return 0;
}

int main()
{
    pthread_t thread;

    // Really not locking for any reason other than to make the point.
    pthread_mutex_lock(&mutex);
    pthread_create(&thread, NULL, fooAPI, NULL);
    sleep(1);
    pthread_mutex_unlock(&mutex);

    // Now we need to lock to use the shared resource.
    pthread_mutex_lock(&mutex);
    printf("%d\n", sharedResource);
    pthread_mutex_unlock(&mutex);
}

Edit: Using resources across processes follows this same basic approach, but you need to map the memory into your other process. Here's an example using shmem:

#include <stdio.h>
#include <unistd.h>
#include <sys/file.h>
#include <sys/mman.h>
#include <sys/wait.h>

struct shared {
    pthread_mutex_t mutex;
    int sharedResource;
};

int main()
{
    int fd = shm_open("/foo", O_CREAT | O_TRUNC | O_RDWR, 0600);
    ftruncate(fd, sizeof(struct shared));

    struct shared *p = (struct shared*)mmap(0, sizeof(struct shared),
        PROT_READ | PROT_WRITE, MAP_SHARED, fd, 0);

    p->sharedResource = 0;

    // Make sure it can be shared across processes
    pthread_mutexattr_t shared;
    pthread_mutexattr_init(&shared);
    pthread_mutexattr_setpshared(&shared, PTHREAD_PROCESS_SHARED);

    pthread_mutex_init(&(p->mutex), &shared);

    int i;
    for (i = 0; i < 100; i++) {
        pthread_mutex_lock(&(p->mutex));
        printf("%d\n", p->sharedResource);
        pthread_mutex_unlock(&(p->mutex));
        sleep(1);
    }

    munmap(p, sizeof(struct shared*));
    shm_unlink("/foo");
}

Writing the program to make changes to p->sharedResource is left as an exercise for the reader. :-)

Forgot to note, by the way, that the mutex has to have the PTHREAD_PROCESS_SHARED attribute set, so that pthreads will work across processes.

Angular + Material - How to refresh a data source (mat-table)

I have tried some of the previous suggestions. It does update the table but I have some concerns:

  1. Updating dataSource.data with its clone. e.g.
this.dataSource.data = [...this.dataSource.data];

If the data is large, this will reallocate lot of memory. Moreover, MatTable thinks that everything is new inside the table, so it may cause performance issue. I found my table flickers where my table has about 300 rows.

  1. Calling paginator._changePageSize. e.g.
this.paginator._changePageSize(this.paginator.pageSize);

It will emit page event. If you have already had some handling for the page event. You may find it weird because the event may be fired more than once. And there can be a risk that if somehow the event will trigger _changePageSize() indirectly, it will cause infinite loop...

I suggest another solution here. If your table is not relying on dataSource's filter field.

  1. You may update the filter field to trigger table refresh:
this.dataSource.filter = ' '; // Note that it is a space, not empty string

By doing so, the table will perform filtering and thus updating the UI of the table. But it requires having your own dataSource.filterPredicate() to handling your filtering logic.

Angular 4 - get input value

You can also use template reference variables

<form (submit)="onSubmit(player.value)">
   <input #player placeholder="player name">
</form>
onSubmit(playerName: string) {
  console.log(playerName)
}

Best Practice: Initialize JUnit class fields in setUp() or at declaration?

  • The constant values (uses in fixtures or assertions) should be initialized in their declarations and final (as never change)

  • the object under test should be initialized in the setup method because we may set things on. Of course we may not set something now but we could set it later. Instantiating in the init method would ease the changes.

  • dependencies of the object under test if these are mocked, should not even be instantiated by yourself : today the mock frameworks can instantiate it by reflection.

A test without dependency to mock could look like :

public class SomeTest {

    Some some; //instance under test
    static final String GENERIC_ID = "123";
    static final String PREFIX_URL_WS = "http://foo.com/ws";

    @Before
    public void beforeEach() {
       some = new Some(new Foo(), new Bar());
    } 

    @Test
    public void populateList()
         ...
    }
}

A test with dependencies to isolate could look like :

@RunWith(org.mockito.runners.MockitoJUnitRunner.class)
public class SomeTest {

    Some some; //instance under test
    static final String GENERIC_ID = "123";
    static final String PREFIX_URL_WS = "http://foo.com/ws";

    @Mock
    Foo fooMock;

    @Mock
    Bar barMock;

    @Before
    public void beforeEach() {
       some = new Some(fooMock, barMock);
    }

    @Test
    public void populateList()
         ...
    }
}

Can we use join for two different database tables?

SQL Server allows you to join tables from different databases as long as those databases are on the same server. The join syntax is the same; the only difference is that you must fully specify table names.

Let's suppose you have two databases on the same server - Db1 and Db2. Db1 has a table called Clients with a column ClientId and Db2 has a table called Messages with a column ClientId (let's leave asside why those tables are in different databases).

Now, to perform a join on the above-mentioned tables you will be using this query:

select *
from Db1.dbo.Clients c
join Db2.dbo.Messages m on c.ClientId = m.ClientId

Scale image to fit a bounding box

Are you looking to scale upwards but not downwards?

div {
    border: solid 1px green;
    width: 60px;
    height: 70px;
}

div img {
    width: 100%;
    height: 100%;
    min-height: 500px;
    min-width: 500px;
    outline: solid 1px red;
}

This however, does not lock aspect-ratio.

How can I convert an HTML table to CSV?

This is based on atomicules' answer but more succinct and also processes th (header) cells as well as td cells. I also added the strip method to get rid of the extra whitespaces.

CSV.open("output.csv", 'w') do |csv|
  doc.xpath('//table//tr').each do |row|
    csv << row.xpath('th|td').map {|cell| cell.text.strip}
  end
end

Wrapping the code inside the CSV block ensures that the file will be closed properly.


If you just want the text and don't need to write it to a file, you can use this:

doc.xpath('//table//tr').inject('') do |result, row|
  result << row.xpath('th|td').map {|cell| cell.text.strip}.to_csv
end

How to disable manual input for JQuery UI Datepicker field?

When you make the input, set it to be readonly.

<input type="text" name="datepicker" id="datepicker" readonly="readonly" />

Is it possible to auto-format your code in Dreamweaver?

And for JavaScript source format you can use Dreamweaver JavaScript source formatting extension.(available on adobe)

Eclipse: The resource is not on the build path of a Java project

You can add the src folder to build path by:

  1. Select Java perspective.
  2. Right click on src folder.
  3. Select Build Path > Use a source folder.

And you are done. Hope this help.

EDIT: Refer to the Eclipse documentation

Selenium WebDriver How to Resolve Stale Element Reference Exception?

Just download new chrome extension and use selenium server 3 it will work fine.

Writing BMP image in pure c/c++ without other libraries

I just wanted to share an improved version of Minhas Kamal's code because although it worked well enough for most applications, I had a few issues with it still. Two highly important things to remember:

  1. The code (at the time of writing) calls free() on two static arrays. This will cause your program to crash. So I commented out those lines.
  2. NEVER assume that your pixel data's pitch is always (Width*BytesPerPixel). It's best to let the user specify the pitch value. Example: when manipulating resources in Direct3D, the RowPitch is never guaranteed to be an even multiple of the byte depth being used. This can cause errors in your generated bitmaps (especially at odd resolutions such as 1366x768).

Below, you can see my revisions to his code:

const int bytesPerPixel = 4; /// red, green, blue
const int fileHeaderSize = 14;
const int infoHeaderSize = 40;

void generateBitmapImage(unsigned char *image, int height, int width, int pitch, const char* imageFileName);
unsigned char* createBitmapFileHeader(int height, int width, int pitch, int paddingSize);
unsigned char* createBitmapInfoHeader(int height, int width);



void generateBitmapImage(unsigned char *image, int height, int width, int pitch, const char* imageFileName) {

    unsigned char padding[3] = { 0, 0, 0 };
    int paddingSize = (4 - (/*width*bytesPerPixel*/ pitch) % 4) % 4;

    unsigned char* fileHeader = createBitmapFileHeader(height, width, pitch, paddingSize);
    unsigned char* infoHeader = createBitmapInfoHeader(height, width);

    FILE* imageFile = fopen(imageFileName, "wb");

    fwrite(fileHeader, 1, fileHeaderSize, imageFile);
    fwrite(infoHeader, 1, infoHeaderSize, imageFile);

    int i;
    for (i = 0; i < height; i++) {
        fwrite(image + (i*pitch /*width*bytesPerPixel*/), bytesPerPixel, width, imageFile);
        fwrite(padding, 1, paddingSize, imageFile);
    }

    fclose(imageFile);
    //free(fileHeader);
    //free(infoHeader);
}

unsigned char* createBitmapFileHeader(int height, int width, int pitch, int paddingSize) {
    int fileSize = fileHeaderSize + infoHeaderSize + (/*bytesPerPixel*width*/pitch + paddingSize) * height;

    static unsigned char fileHeader[] = {
        0,0, /// signature
        0,0,0,0, /// image file size in bytes
        0,0,0,0, /// reserved
        0,0,0,0, /// start of pixel array
    };

    fileHeader[0] = (unsigned char)('B');
    fileHeader[1] = (unsigned char)('M');
    fileHeader[2] = (unsigned char)(fileSize);
    fileHeader[3] = (unsigned char)(fileSize >> 8);
    fileHeader[4] = (unsigned char)(fileSize >> 16);
    fileHeader[5] = (unsigned char)(fileSize >> 24);
    fileHeader[10] = (unsigned char)(fileHeaderSize + infoHeaderSize);

    return fileHeader;
}

unsigned char* createBitmapInfoHeader(int height, int width) {
    static unsigned char infoHeader[] = {
        0,0,0,0, /// header size
        0,0,0,0, /// image width
        0,0,0,0, /// image height
        0,0, /// number of color planes
        0,0, /// bits per pixel
        0,0,0,0, /// compression
        0,0,0,0, /// image size
        0,0,0,0, /// horizontal resolution
        0,0,0,0, /// vertical resolution
        0,0,0,0, /// colors in color table
        0,0,0,0, /// important color count
    };

    infoHeader[0] = (unsigned char)(infoHeaderSize);
    infoHeader[4] = (unsigned char)(width);
    infoHeader[5] = (unsigned char)(width >> 8);
    infoHeader[6] = (unsigned char)(width >> 16);
    infoHeader[7] = (unsigned char)(width >> 24);
    infoHeader[8] = (unsigned char)(height);
    infoHeader[9] = (unsigned char)(height >> 8);
    infoHeader[10] = (unsigned char)(height >> 16);
    infoHeader[11] = (unsigned char)(height >> 24);
    infoHeader[12] = (unsigned char)(1);
    infoHeader[14] = (unsigned char)(bytesPerPixel * 8);

    return infoHeader;
}

Creating a comma separated list from IList<string> or IEnumerable<string>

Here's another extension method:

    public static string Join(this IEnumerable<string> source, string separator)
    {
        return string.Join(separator, source);
    }

JavaScript Regular Expression Email Validation

Email validation is easy to get wrong. I would therefore recommend that you use Verimail.js.

Why?

  • Syntax validation (according to RFC 822).
  • IANA TLD validation
  • Spelling suggestion for the most common TLDs and email domains
  • Deny temporary email account domains such as mailinator.com
  • jQuery plugin support

Another great thing with Verimail.js is that it has spelling suggestion for the most common email domains and registered TLDs. This can lower your bounce rate drastically for users that misspell common domain names such as gmail.com, hotmail.com, aol.com, aso..

Example:

How to use it?

The easiest way is to download and include verimail.jquery.js on your page. After that, hookup Verimail by running the following function on the input-box that needs the validation:

$("input#email-address").verimail({
    messageElement: "p#status-message"
});

The message element is an optional element that displays a message such as "Invalid email.." or "Did you mean [email protected]?". If you have a form and only want to proceed if the email is verified, you can use the function getVerimailStatus as shown below:

if($("input#email-address").getVerimailStatus() < 0){
    // Invalid email
}else{
    // Valid email
}

The getVerimailStatus-function returns an integer code according to the object Comfirm.AlphaMail.Verimail.Status. As shown above, if the status is a negative integer value, then the validation should be treated as a failure. But if the value is greater or equal to 0, then the validation should be treated as a success.

How to send a PUT/DELETE request in jQuery?

ajax()

look for param type

Other HTTP request methods, such as PUT and DELETE, can also be used here, but they are not supported by all browsers.

PHP PDO: charset, set names?

$conn = new PDO("mysql:host=$host;dbname=$db;charset=utf8", $user, $pass);

Streaming a video file to an html5 video player with Node.js so that the video controls continue to work?

The Accept Ranges header (the bit in writeHead()) is required for the HTML5 video controls to work.

I think instead of just blindly send the full file, you should first check the Accept Ranges header in the REQUEST, then read in and send just that bit. fs.createReadStream support start, and end option for that.

So I tried an example and it works. The code is not pretty but it is easy to understand. First we process the range header to get the start/end position. Then we use fs.stat to get the size of the file without reading the whole file into memory. Finally, use fs.createReadStream to send the requested part to the client.

var fs = require("fs"),
    http = require("http"),
    url = require("url"),
    path = require("path");

http.createServer(function (req, res) {
  if (req.url != "/movie.mp4") {
    res.writeHead(200, { "Content-Type": "text/html" });
    res.end('<video src="http://localhost:8888/movie.mp4" controls></video>');
  } else {
    var file = path.resolve(__dirname,"movie.mp4");
    fs.stat(file, function(err, stats) {
      if (err) {
        if (err.code === 'ENOENT') {
          // 404 Error if file not found
          return res.sendStatus(404);
        }
      res.end(err);
      }
      var range = req.headers.range;
      if (!range) {
       // 416 Wrong range
       return res.sendStatus(416);
      }
      var positions = range.replace(/bytes=/, "").split("-");
      var start = parseInt(positions[0], 10);
      var total = stats.size;
      var end = positions[1] ? parseInt(positions[1], 10) : total - 1;
      var chunksize = (end - start) + 1;

      res.writeHead(206, {
        "Content-Range": "bytes " + start + "-" + end + "/" + total,
        "Accept-Ranges": "bytes",
        "Content-Length": chunksize,
        "Content-Type": "video/mp4"
      });

      var stream = fs.createReadStream(file, { start: start, end: end })
        .on("open", function() {
          stream.pipe(res);
        }).on("error", function(err) {
          res.end(err);
        });
    });
  }
}).listen(8888);

Java Multithreading concept and join() method

when ob1 is created then the constructor is called where "t.start()" is written but still run() method is not executed rather main() method is executed further. So why is this happening?

here your threads and main thread has equal priority.Execution of equal priority thread totally depends on the Thread schedular.You can't expect which to execute first.

join() method is used to wait until the thread on which it is called does not terminates, but here in output we see alternate outputs of the thread why??

Here your calling below statements from main thread.

     ob1.t.join();
     ob2.t.join();
     ob3.t.join();

So main thread waits for ob1.t,ob2.t,ob3.t threads to die(look into Thread#join doc).So all three threads executes successfully and main thread completes after that

How to run Maven from another directory (without cd to project dir)?

You can try this:

pushd ../
maven install [...]
popd

PHP checkbox set to check based on database value

Use checked="checked" attribute if you want your checkbox to be checked.

Passing command line arguments from Maven as properties in pom.xml

For your property example do:

mvn install "-Dmyproperty=my property from command line"

Note quotes around whole property definition. You'll need them if your property contains spaces.

Include jQuery in the JavaScript Console

Modern browsers (tested on Chrome, Firefox, Safari) implement some helper functions using the dollar sign $ that are very similar to jQuery (if the website doesn't define something using window.$).

Those utilities are quite useful for selecting elements in the DOM and modifying them.

Docs: Chrome, Firefox

Is there a way to make numbers in an ordered list bold?

A new ::marker pseudo-element selector has been added to CSS Pseudo-Elements Level 4, which makes styling list item numbers in bold as simple as

ol > li::marker {
  font-weight: bold;
}

It is currently supported by Firefox 68+, Chrome/Edge 86+, and Safari 11.1+.

How to get progress from XMLHttpRequest

If you have access to your apache install and trust third-party code, you can use the apache upload progress module (if you use apache; there's also a nginx upload progress module).

Otherwise, you'd have to write a script that you can hit out of band to request the status of the file (checking the filesize of the tmp file for instance).

There's some work going on in firefox 3 I believe to add upload progress support to the browser, but that's not going to get into all the browsers and be widely adopted for a while (more's the pity).

Argument list too long error for rm, cp, mv commands

You can create a temp folder, move all the files and sub-folders you want to keep into the temp folder then delete the old folder and rename the temp folder to the old folder try this example until you are confident to do it live:

mkdir testit
cd testit
mkdir big_folder tmp_folder
touch big_folder/file1.pdf
touch big_folder/file2.pdf
mv big_folder/file1,pdf tmp_folder/
rm -r big_folder
mv tmp_folder big_folder

the rm -r big_folder will remove all files in the big_folder no matter how many. You just have to be super careful you first have all the files/folders you want to keep, in this case it was file1.pdf

How to create materialized views in SQL Server?

They're called indexed views in SQL Server - read these white papers for more background:

Basically, all you need to do is:

  • create a regular view
  • create a clustered index on that view

and you're done!

The tricky part is: the view has to satisfy quite a number of constraints and limitations - those are outlined in the white paper. If you do this, that's all there is. The view is being updated automatically, no maintenance needed.

Additional resources:

jQuery: set selected value of dropdown list?

UPDATED ANSWER:

Old answer, correct method nowadays is to use jQuery's .prop(). IE, element.prop("selected", true)

OLD ANSWER:

Use this instead:

$("#routetype option[value='quietest']").attr("selected", "selected");

Fiddle'd: http://jsfiddle.net/x3UyB/4/

How do I get a platform-dependent new line character?

This is also possible: String.format("%n").

Or String.format("%n").intern() to save some bytes.

Android 8: Cleartext HTTP traffic not permitted

Update December 2019 ionic - 4.7.1

<manifest xmlns:tools=“http://schemas.android.com/tools”>

<application android:usesCleartextTraffic=“true” tools:targetApi=“28”>

Please add above content in android manifest .xml file

Previous Versions of ionic

  1. Make sure you have the following in your config.xml in Ionic Project:

    <edit-config file="app/src/main/AndroidManifest.xml" mode="merge" target="/manifest/application" xmlns:android="http://schemas.android.com/apk/res/android">
                <application android:networkSecurityConfig="@xml/network_security_config" />
                <application android:usesCleartextTraffic="true" />
            </edit-config>
    
  2. Run ionic Cordova build android. It creates Android folder under Platforms

  3. Open Android Studio and open the Android folder present in our project project-platforms-android. Leave it for few minutes so that it builds the gradle

  4. After gradle build is finished we get some errors for including minSdVersion in manifest.xml. Now what we do is just remove <uses-sdk android:minSdkVersion="19" /> from manifest.xml.

    Make sure its removed from both the locations:

    1. app → manifests → AndroidManifest.xml.
    2. CordovaLib → manifests → AndroidManifest.xml.

    Now try to build the gradle again and now it builds successfully

  5. Make sure you have the following in Application tag in App → manifest → Androidmanifest.xml:

    <application
    android:networkSecurityConfig="@xml/network_security_config"  android:usesCleartextTraffic="true" >
    
  6. Open network_security_config (app → res → xml → network_security_config.xml).

    Add the following code:

    <?xml version="1.0" encoding="utf-8"?>
    <network-security-config>
        <domain-config cleartextTrafficPermitted="true">
            <domain includeSubdomains="true">xxx.yyyy.com</domain>
        </domain-config>
    </network-security-config>
    

Here xxx.yyyy.com is the link of your HTTP API. Make sure you don't include any Http before the URL.

Note: Now build the app using Android Studio (Build -- Build Bundle's/APK -- Build APK) and now you can use that App and it works fine in Android Pie. If you try to build app using ionic Cordova build android it overrides all these settings so make sure you use Android Studio to build the Project.

If you have any older versions of app installed, Uninstall them and give a try or else you will be left with some error:

App not Installed

How to identify if a webpage is being loaded inside an iframe or directly into the browser window?

The accepted answer didn't work for me inside the content script of a Firefox 6.0 Extension (Addon-SDK 1.0): Firefox executes the content script in each: the top-level window and in all iframes.

Inside the content script I get the following results:

 (window !== window.top) : false 
 (window.self !== window.top) : true

The strange thing about this output is that it's always the same regardless whether the code is run inside an iframe or the top-level window.

On the other hand Google Chrome seems to execute my content script only once within the top-level window, so the above wouldn't work at all.

What finally worked for me in a content script in both browsers is this:

 console.log(window.frames.length + ':' + parent.frames.length);

Without iframes this prints 0:0, in a top-level window containing one frame it prints 1:1, and in the only iframe of a document it prints 0:1.

This allows my extension to determine in both browsers if there are any iframes present, and additionally in Firefox if it is run inside one of the iframes.

Configure hibernate to connect to database via JNDI Datasource

Tomcat-7 JNDI configuration:

Steps:

  1. Open the server.xml in the tomcat-dir/conf
  2. Add below <Resource> tag with your DB details inside <GlobalNamingResources>
<Resource name="jdbc/mydb"
          global="jdbc/mydb"
          auth="Container"
          type="javax.sql.DataSource"
          driverClassName="com.mysql.jdbc.Driver"
          url="jdbc:mysql://localhost:3306/test"
          username="root"
          password=""
          maxActive="10"
          maxIdle="10"
          minIdle="5"
          maxWait="10000"/>
  1. Save the server.xml file
  2. Open the context.xml in the tomcat-dir/conf
  3. Add the below <ResourceLink> inside the <Context> tag.
<ResourceLink name="jdbc/mydb" 
              global="jdbc/mydb"
              auth="Container"
              type="javax.sql.DataSource" />
  1. Save the context.xml
  2. Open the hibernate-cfg.xml file and add and remove below properties.
Adding:
-------
<property name="connection.datasource">java:comp/env/jdbc/mydb</property>

Removing:
--------
<!--<property name="connection.url">jdbc:mysql://localhost:3306/mydb</property> -->
<!--<property name="connection.username">root</property> -->
<!--<property name="connection.password"></property> -->
  1. Save the file and put latest .WAR file in tomcat.
  2. Restart the tomcat. the DB connection will work.

Linux command: How to 'find' only text files?

Another way of doing this:

# find . |xargs file {} \; |grep "ASCII text"

If you want empty files too:

#  find . |xargs file {} \; |egrep "ASCII text|empty"

What's the difference between a single precision and double precision floating point operation?

Note: the Nintendo 64 does have a 64-bit processor, however:

Many games took advantage of the chip's 32-bit processing mode as the greater data precision available with 64-bit data types is not typically required by 3D games, as well as the fact that processing 64-bit data uses twice as much RAM, cache, and bandwidth, thereby reducing the overall system performance.

From Webopedia:

The term double precision is something of a misnomer because the precision is not really double.
The word double derives from the fact that a double-precision number uses twice as many bits as a regular floating-point number.
For example, if a single-precision number requires 32 bits, its double-precision counterpart will be 64 bits long.

The extra bits increase not only the precision but also the range of magnitudes that can be represented.
The exact amount by which the precision and range of magnitudes are increased depends on what format the program is using to represent floating-point values.
Most computers use a standard format known as the IEEE floating-point format.

The IEEE double-precision format actually has more than twice as many bits of precision as the single-precision format, as well as a much greater range.

From the IEEE standard for floating point arithmetic

Single Precision

The IEEE single precision floating point standard representation requires a 32 bit word, which may be represented as numbered from 0 to 31, left to right.

  • The first bit is the sign bit, S,
  • the next eight bits are the exponent bits, 'E', and
  • the final 23 bits are the fraction 'F':

    S EEEEEEEE FFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFF
    0 1      8 9                    31
    

The value V represented by the word may be determined as follows:

  • If E=255 and F is nonzero, then V=NaN ("Not a number")
  • If E=255 and F is zero and S is 1, then V=-Infinity
  • If E=255 and F is zero and S is 0, then V=Infinity
  • If 0<E<255 then V=(-1)**S * 2 ** (E-127) * (1.F) where "1.F" is intended to represent the binary number created by prefixing F with an implicit leading 1 and a binary point.
  • If E=0 and F is nonzero, then V=(-1)**S * 2 ** (-126) * (0.F). These are "unnormalized" values.
  • If E=0 and F is zero and S is 1, then V=-0
  • If E=0 and F is zero and S is 0, then V=0

In particular,

0 00000000 00000000000000000000000 = 0
1 00000000 00000000000000000000000 = -0

0 11111111 00000000000000000000000 = Infinity
1 11111111 00000000000000000000000 = -Infinity

0 11111111 00000100000000000000000 = NaN
1 11111111 00100010001001010101010 = NaN

0 10000000 00000000000000000000000 = +1 * 2**(128-127) * 1.0 = 2
0 10000001 10100000000000000000000 = +1 * 2**(129-127) * 1.101 = 6.5
1 10000001 10100000000000000000000 = -1 * 2**(129-127) * 1.101 = -6.5

0 00000001 00000000000000000000000 = +1 * 2**(1-127) * 1.0 = 2**(-126)
0 00000000 10000000000000000000000 = +1 * 2**(-126) * 0.1 = 2**(-127) 
0 00000000 00000000000000000000001 = +1 * 2**(-126) * 
                                     0.00000000000000000000001 = 
                                     2**(-149)  (Smallest positive value)

Double Precision

The IEEE double precision floating point standard representation requires a 64 bit word, which may be represented as numbered from 0 to 63, left to right.

  • The first bit is the sign bit, S,
  • the next eleven bits are the exponent bits, 'E', and
  • the final 52 bits are the fraction 'F':

    S EEEEEEEEEEE FFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFF
    0 1        11 12                                                63
    

The value V represented by the word may be determined as follows:

  • If E=2047 and F is nonzero, then V=NaN ("Not a number")
  • If E=2047 and F is zero and S is 1, then V=-Infinity
  • If E=2047 and F is zero and S is 0, then V=Infinity
  • If 0<E<2047 then V=(-1)**S * 2 ** (E-1023) * (1.F) where "1.F" is intended to represent the binary number created by prefixing F with an implicit leading 1 and a binary point.
  • If E=0 and F is nonzero, then V=(-1)**S * 2 ** (-1022) * (0.F) These are "unnormalized" values.
  • If E=0 and F is zero and S is 1, then V=-0
  • If E=0 and F is zero and S is 0, then V=0

Reference:
ANSI/IEEE Standard 754-1985,
Standard for Binary Floating Point Arithmetic.

Java Error: "Your security settings have blocked a local application from running"

If you have no Medium security level, then you should add your application to the Exception Site List (Java Control Panel ? Security tab).

  1. Open your applet in a browser and copy the contents of your address bar. screenshot of applet's address in the address bar
  2. Go to Control Panel ? Java Control Panel ? Security tab and press the Edit Site List... button. screenshot of Java Control Panel's Security tab

  3. Press the Add button, insert your path and press Enter. screenshot of Exception Site List

  4. Press Continue on the security warning that appears. screenshot of Security Warning - FILE Location alert prompt

  5. Open the applet again and don't forget to press Run on the pop-up window. screenshot of Security Warning

How to remove focus around buttons on click

If you're using a webkit browser (and potentially a browser compatible with webkit vendor prefixing), that outline belongs to the button's -webkit-focus-ring pseudoclass. Simply set it's outline to none:

*:-webkit-focus-ring {
  outline: none;
}

Chrome is such a webkit browser, and this effect happens on Linux too (not just a macOS thing, although some Chrome styles are macOS only)

Xcode 6.1 - How to uninstall command line tools?

If you installed the command line tools separately, delete them using:

sudo rm -rf /Library/Developer/CommandLineTools

How do I perform a Perl substitution on a string while keeping the original?

If you write Perl with use strict;, then you'll find that the one line syntax isn't valid, even when declared.

With:

my ($newstring = $oldstring) =~ s/foo/bar/;

You get:

Can't declare scalar assignment in "my" at script.pl line 7, near ") =~"
Execution of script.pl aborted due to compilation errors.

Instead, the syntax that you have been using, while a line longer, is the syntactically correct way to do it with use strict;. For me, using use strict; is just a habit now. I do it automatically. Everyone should.

#!/usr/bin/env perl -wT

use strict;

my $oldstring = "foo one foo two foo three";
my $newstring = $oldstring;
$newstring =~ s/foo/bar/g;

print "$oldstring","\n";
print "$newstring","\n";

pandas: merge (join) two data frames on multiple columns

Another way of doing this: new_df = A_df.merge(B_df, left_on=['A_c1','c2'], right_on = ['B_c1','c2'], how='left')

How to generate a Dockerfile from an image?

It is not possible at this point (unless the author of the image explicitly included the Dockerfile).

However, it is definitely something useful! There are two things that will help to obtain this feature.

  1. Trusted builds (detailed in this docker-dev discussion
  2. More detailed metadata in the successive images produced by the build process. In the long run, the metadata should indicate which build command produced the image, which means that it will be possible to reconstruct the Dockerfile from a sequence of images.

Need help rounding to 2 decimal places

It is caused by a lack of precision with doubles / decimals (i.e. - the function will not always give the result you expect).

See the following link: MSDN on Math.Round

Here is the relevant quote:

Because of the loss of precision that can result from representing decimal values as floating-point numbers or performing arithmetic operations on floating-point values, in some cases the Round(Double, Int32, MidpointRounding) method may not appear to round midpoint values as specified by the mode parameter.This is illustrated in the following example, where 2.135 is rounded to 2.13 instead of 2.14.This occurs because internally the method multiplies value by 10digits, and the multiplication operation in this case suffers from a loss of precision.

Keep only date part when using pandas.to_datetime

Pandas v0.13+: Use to_csv with date_format parameter

Avoid, where possible, converting your datetime64[ns] series to an object dtype series of datetime.date objects. The latter, often constructed using pd.Series.dt.date, is stored as an array of pointers and is inefficient relative to a pure NumPy-based series.

Since your concern is format when writing to CSV, just use the date_format parameter of to_csv. For example:

df.to_csv(filename, date_format='%Y-%m-%d')

See Python's strftime directives for formatting conventions.

Prevent onmouseout when hovering child element of the parent absolute div WITHOUT jQuery

I make it work like a charm with this:

function HideLayer(theEvent){
 var MyDiv=document.getElementById('MyDiv');
 if(MyDiv==(!theEvent?window.event:theEvent.target)){
  MyDiv.style.display='none';
 }
}

Ah, and MyDiv tag is like this:

<div id="MyDiv" onmouseout="JavaScript: HideLayer(event);">
 <!-- Here whatever divs, inputs, links, images, anything you want... -->
<div>

This way, when onmouseout goes to a child, grand-child, etc... the style.display='none' is not executed; but when onmouseout goes out of MyDiv it runs.

So no need to stop propagation, use timers, etc...

Thanks for examples, i could make this code from them.

Hope this helps someone.

Also can be improved like this:

function HideLayer(theLayer,theEvent){
 if(theLayer==(!theEvent?window.event:theEvent.target)){
  theLayer.style.display='none';
 }
}

And then the DIVs tags like this:

<div onmouseout="JavaScript: HideLayer(this,event);">
 <!-- Here whatever divs, inputs, links, images, anything you want... -->
<div>

So more general, not only for one div and no need to add id="..." on each layer.

Perl - Multiple condition if statement without duplicating code?

I don't recommend storing passwords in a script, but this is a way to what you indicate:

use 5.010;
my %user_table = ( tom => '123!', frank => '321!' );

say ( $user_table{ $name } eq $password ? 'You have gained access.'
    :                                     'Access denied!'
    );

Any time you want to enforce an association like this, it's a good idea to think of a table, and the most common form of table in Perl is the hash.

How to put a text beside the image?

If you or some other fox who need to have link with Icon Image and text as link text beside the image see bellow code:

CSS

.linkWithImageIcon{

    Display:inline-block;
}
.MyLink{
  Background:#FF3300;
  width:200px;
  height:70px;
  vertical-align:top;
  display:inline-block; font-weight:bold;
} 

.MyLinkText{
  /*---The margin depends on how the image size is ---*/
  display:inline-block; margin-top:5px;
}

HTML

<a href="#" class="MyLink"><img src="./yourImageIcon.png" /><span class="MyLinkText">SIGN IN</span></a>

enter image description here

if you see the image the white portion is image icon and other is style this way you can create different buttons with any type of Icons you want to design

How to search in array of object in mongodb

You can do this in two ways:

  1. ElementMatch - $elemMatch (as explained in above answers)

    db.users.find({ awards: { $elemMatch: {award:'Turing Award', year:1977} } })

  2. Use $and with find

    db.getCollection('users').find({"$and":[{"awards.award":"Turing Award"},{"awards.year":1977}]})

How to create a TextArea in Android

Try this:

<EditText
        android:id="@+id/edit_text"
        android:layout_width="match_parent"
        android:layout_height="150dp"
        android:inputType="text|textMultiLine"
        android:gravity="top"/>

How do I bind a WPF DataGrid to a variable number of columns?

I've continued my research and have not found any reasonable way to do this. The Columns property on the DataGrid isn't something I can bind against, in fact it's read only.

Bryan suggested something might be done with AutoGenerateColumns so I had a look. It uses simple .Net reflection to look at the properties of the objects in ItemsSource and generates a column for each one. Perhaps I could generate a type on the fly with a property for each column but this is getting way off track.

Since this problem is so easily sovled in code I will stick with a simple extension method I call whenever the data context is updated with new columns:

public static void GenerateColumns(this DataGrid dataGrid, IEnumerable<ColumnSchema> columns)
{
    dataGrid.Columns.Clear();

    int index = 0;
    foreach (var column in columns)
    {
        dataGrid.Columns.Add(new DataGridTextColumn
        {
            Header = column.Name,
            Binding = new Binding(string.Format("[{0}]", index++))
        });
    }
}

// E.g. myGrid.GenerateColumns(schema);

How to run PowerShell in CMD

You need to separate the arguments from the file path:

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

Another option that may ease the syntax using the File parameter and positional parameters:

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

PHP mkdir: Permission denied problem

This error occurs if you are using the wrong path.

For e.g:

I'm using ubuntu system and my project folder name is 'myproject'

Suppose I have myproject/public/report directory exist and want to create a new folder called orders

Then I need a whole path where my project exists. You can get the path by PWD command

So my root path will be = '/home/htdocs/myproject/'

$dir = '/home/htdocs/myproject/public/report/Orders';

if (!is_dir($dir)) {
   mkdir($dir, 0775, true);
}

It will work for you !! Enjoy !!

No provider for HttpClient

I had same issue. After browsing and struggling with issue found the below solution

import { HttpModule } from '@angular/http';
import { HttpClientModule } from '@angular/common/http';

imports: [
  HttpModule,
  HttpClientModule
]

Import HttpModule and HttpClientModule in app.module.ts and add into the imports like mentioned above.

Where to get "UTF-8" string literal in Java?

Now I use org.apache.commons.lang3.CharEncoding.UTF_8 constant from commons-lang.

Can there exist two main methods in a Java program?

the possibility of two main(String[] args) methods within the same scope create confusion for the JVM. It fails to use them as overloaded methods. So the signatures in terms of parameters) must be different.

Finding last occurrence of substring in string, replacing that

You can use the function below which replaces the first occurrence of the word from right.

def replace_from_right(text: str, original_text: str, new_text: str) -> str:
    """ Replace first occurrence of original_text by new_text. """
    return text[::-1].replace(original_text[::-1], new_text[::-1], 1)[::-1]

Using Javascript can you get the value from a session attribute set by servlet in the HTML page

<%
String session_val = (String)session.getAttribute("sessionval"); 
System.out.println("session_val"+session_val);
%>
<html>
<head>
<script type="text/javascript">
var session_obj= '<%=session_val%>';
alert("session_obj"+session_obj);
</script>
</head>
</html>

Twig for loop for arrays with keys

I found the answer :

{% for key,value in array_path %}
    Key : {{ key }}
    Value : {{ value }}
{% endfor %}

Hive ParseException - cannot recognize input near 'end' 'string'

You can always escape the reserved keyword if you still want to make your query work!!

Just replace end with `end`

Here is the list of reserved keywords https://cwiki.apache.org/confluence/display/Hive/LanguageManual+DDL

CREATE EXTERNAL TABLE moveProjects (cid string, `end` string, category string)
STORED BY 'org.apache.hadoop.hive.dynamodb.DynamoDBStorageHandler'
TBLPROPERTIES ("dynamodb.table.name" = "Projects",
    "dynamodb.column.mapping" = "cid:cid,end:end,category:category");

Using async/await for multiple tasks

int[] ids = new[] { 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 };
Parallel.ForEach(ids, i => DoSomething(1, i, blogClient).Wait());

Although you run the operations in parallel with the above code, this code blocks each thread that each operation runs on. For example, if the network call takes 2 seconds, each thread hangs for 2 seconds w/o doing anything but waiting.

int[] ids = new[] { 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 };
Task.WaitAll(ids.Select(i => DoSomething(1, i, blogClient)).ToArray());

On the other hand, the above code with WaitAll also blocks the threads and your threads won't be free to process any other work till the operation ends.

Recommended Approach

I would prefer WhenAll which will perform your operations asynchronously in Parallel.

public async Task DoWork() {

    int[] ids = new[] { 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 };
    await Task.WhenAll(ids.Select(i => DoSomething(1, i, blogClient)));
}

In fact, in the above case, you don't even need to await, you can just directly return from the method as you don't have any continuations:

public Task DoWork() 
{
    int[] ids = new[] { 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 };
    return Task.WhenAll(ids.Select(i => DoSomething(1, i, blogClient)));
}

To back this up, here is a detailed blog post going through all the alternatives and their advantages/disadvantages: How and Where Concurrent Asynchronous I/O with ASP.NET Web API

How do I write a for loop in bash

if you're intereased only in bash the "for(( ... ))" solution presented above is the best, but if you want something POSIX SH compliant that will work on all unices you'll have to use "expr" and "while", and that's because "(())" or "seq" or "i=i+1" are not that portable among various shells

Submit form using <a> tag

If jquery is allowed then you can use following code to implement it in the easiest way as :

<a href="javascript:$('#form_id').submit();">Login</a>

or

<a href="javascript:$('form').submit()">Login</a>

You can use following line in your head tag () to import jquery into your code

<script src="https://ajax.googleapis.com/ajax/libs/jquery/1.11.3/jquery.min.js"></script>

EOL conversion in notepad ++

I open files "directly" from WinSCP which opens the files in Notepad++ I had a php files on my linux server which always opened in Mac format no matter what I did :-(

If I downloaded the file and then opened it from local (windows) it was open as Dos/Windows....hmmm

The solution was to EOL-convert the local file to "UNIX/OSX Format", save it and then upload it.

Now when I open the file directly from the server it's open as "Dos/Windows" :-)

Git - Ignore node_modules folder everywhere

Create .gitignore file in root folder directly by code editor or by command

For Mac & Linux

 touch .gitignore 

For Windows

 echo >.gitignore 

open .gitignore declare folder or file name like this /foldername

How to go from one page to another page using javascript?

Try this:

window.location.href = "http://PlaceYourUrl.com";

Is there a simple way to increment a datetime object one month in Python?

Check out from dateutil.relativedelta import * for adding a specific amount of time to a date, you can continue to use timedelta for the simple stuff i.e.

use_date = use_date + datetime.timedelta(minutes=+10)
use_date = use_date + datetime.timedelta(hours=+1)
use_date = use_date + datetime.timedelta(days=+1)
use_date = use_date + datetime.timedelta(weeks=+1)

or you can start using relativedelta

use_date = use_date+relativedelta(months=+1)

use_date = use_date+relativedelta(years=+1)

for the last day of next month:

use_date = use_date+relativedelta(months=+1)
use_date = use_date+relativedelta(day=31)

Right now this will provide 29/02/2016

for the penultimate day of next month:

use_date = use_date+relativedelta(months=+1)
use_date = use_date+relativedelta(day=31)
use_date = use_date+relativedelta(days=-1)

last Friday of the next month:

use_date = use_date+relativedelta(months=+1, day=31, weekday=FR(-1))

2nd Tuesday of next month:

new_date = use_date+relativedelta(months=+1, day=1, weekday=TU(2))

As @mrroot5 points out dateutil's rrule functions can be applied, giving you an extra bang for your buck, if you require date occurences.
for example:
Calculating the last day of the month for 9 months from the last day of last month.
Then, calculate the 2nd Tuesday for each of those months.

from dateutil.relativedelta import *
from dateutil.rrule import *
from datetime import datetime
use_date = datetime(2020,11,21)

#Calculate the last day of last month
use_date = use_date+relativedelta(months=-1)
use_date = use_date+relativedelta(day=31)

#Generate a list of the last day for 9 months from the calculated date
x = list(rrule(freq=MONTHLY, count=9, dtstart=use_date, bymonthday=(-1,)))
print("Last day")
for ld in x:
    print(ld)

#Generate a list of the 2nd Tuesday in each of the next 9 months from the calculated date
print("\n2nd Tuesday")
x = list(rrule(freq=MONTHLY, count=9, dtstart=use_date, byweekday=TU(2)))
for tuesday in x:
    print(tuesday)

Last day
2020-10-31 00:00:00
2020-11-30 00:00:00
2020-12-31 00:00:00
2021-01-31 00:00:00
2021-02-28 00:00:00
2021-03-31 00:00:00
2021-04-30 00:00:00
2021-05-31 00:00:00
2021-06-30 00:00:00

2nd Tuesday
2020-11-10 00:00:00
2020-12-08 00:00:00
2021-01-12 00:00:00
2021-02-09 00:00:00
2021-03-09 00:00:00
2021-04-13 00:00:00
2021-05-11 00:00:00
2021-06-08 00:00:00
2021-07-13 00:00:00

This is by no means an exhaustive list of what is available. Documentation is available here: https://dateutil.readthedocs.org/en/latest/

How to run Unix shell script from Java code?

Yes it is possible to do so. This worked out for me.

import java.io.BufferedReader;
import java.io.IOException;
import java.io.InputStreamReader;

import org.omg.CORBA.portable.InputStream;

public static void readBashScript() {
        try {
            Process proc = Runtime.getRuntime().exec("/home/destino/workspace/JavaProject/listing.sh /"); //Whatever you want to execute
            BufferedReader read = new BufferedReader(new InputStreamReader(
                    proc.getInputStream()));
            try {
                proc.waitFor();
            } catch (InterruptedException e) {
                System.out.println(e.getMessage());
            }
            while (read.ready()) {
                System.out.println(read.readLine());
            }
        } catch (IOException e) {
            System.out.println(e.getMessage());
        }
    }

Laravel 5: Display HTML with Blade

You can do that using three ways first use if condition like below

{!! $text !!}

The is Second way

<td class="nowrap">
@if( $order->status == '0' )
    <button class="btn btn-danger">Inactive</button>
@else
    <button class="btn btn-success">Active</button>
@endif
</td>

The third and proper way for use ternary operator on blade

<td class="nowrap">
      {!! $order->status=='0' ? 
          '<button class="btn btn-danger">Inactive</button> : 
          '<button class="btn btn-success">Active</button> !!}
</td>

I hope the third way is perfect for used ternary operator on blade.

How to prevent null values inside a Map and null fields inside a bean from getting serialized through Jackson

my solution, hope help
custom ObjectMapper and config to spring xml(register message conveters)

public class PyResponseConfigObjectMapper extends ObjectMapper {
public PyResponseConfigObjectMapper() {
    disable(SerializationFeature.WRITE_NULL_MAP_VALUES); //map no_null
    setSerializationInclusion(JsonInclude.Include.NON_NULL); // bean no_null
}

}

Laravel 5.1 - Checking a Database Connection

You can use this query for checking database connection in laravel:

$pdo = DB::connection()->getPdo();

if($pdo)
   {
     echo "Connected successfully to database ".DB::connection()->getDatabaseName();
   } else {
     echo "You are not connected to database";
   }

For more information you can checkout this page https://laravel.com/docs/5.0/database.

How to check the function's return value if true or false

Wrong syntax. You can't compare a Boolean to a string like "false" or "true". In your case, just test it's inverse:

if(!ValidateForm()) { ...

You could test against the constant false, but it's rather ugly and generally frowned upon:

if(ValidateForm() == false) { ...

PHP/MySQL: How to create a comment section in your website

I'm working on this right now as well. You should also add a datetime of the comment. You'll need this later when you want to sort by most recent.

Here are some of the db fields i'm using.

id (auto incremented)
name
email
text
datetime
approved

ERROR : [Microsoft][ODBC Driver Manager] Data source name not found and no default driver specified

I got a similar error, which was resolved by installing the corresponding MySQL drivers from:

http://www.connectionstrings.com/mysql-connector-odbc-5-2/info-and-download/

and by performing the following steps:

  1. Go to IIS and Application Pools in the left menu.
  2. Select relevant application pool which is assigned to the project.
  3. Click the Set Application Pool Defaults.
  4. In General Tab, set the Enable 32 Bit Application entry to "True".

Reference:

http://www.codeproject.com/Tips/305249/ERROR-IM-Microsoft-ODBC-Driver-Manager-Data-sou

MySQL Server has gone away when importing large sql file

I solved my issue with this short /etc/mysql/my.cnf file :

[mysqld]
wait_timeout = 600
max_allowed_packet = 100M

How to open a URL in a new Tab using JavaScript or jQuery?

Use window.open():

var win = window.open('http://stackoverflow.com/', '_blank');
if (win) {
    //Browser has allowed it to be opened
    win.focus();
} else {
    //Browser has blocked it
    alert('Please allow popups for this website');
}

Depending on the browsers implementation this will work

There is nothing you can do to make it open in a window rather than a tab.

IEnumerable vs List - What to Use? How do they work?

There are many cases (such as an infinite list or a very large list) where IEnumerable cannot be transformed to a List. The most obvious examples are all the prime numbers, all the users of facebook with their details, or all the items on ebay.

The difference is that "List" objects are stored "right here and right now", whereas "IEnumerable" objects work "just one at a time". So if I am going through all the items on ebay, one at a time would be something even a small computer can handle, but ".ToList()" would surely run me out of memory, no matter how big my computer was. No computer can by itself contain and handle such a huge amount of data.

[Edit] - Needless to say - it's not "either this or that". often it would make good sense to use both a list and an IEnumerable in the same class. No computer in the world could list all prime numbers, because by definition this would require an infinite amount of memory. But you could easily think of a class PrimeContainer which contains an IEnumerable<long> primes, which for obvious reasons also contains a SortedList<long> _primes. all the primes calculated so far. the next prime to be checked would only be run against the existing primes (up to the square root). That way you gain both - primes one at a time (IEnumerable) and a good list of "primes so far", which is a pretty good approximation of the entire (infinite) list.

SOAP-ERROR: Parsing WSDL: Couldn't load from <URL>

I got the same error

Could not connect to the Magento WebService API: SOAP-ERROR: Parsing WSDL: Couldn't load from 'example.com/api/soap/?wsdl' : failed to load external entity "example.com/api/soap/?wsdl"

and my issue resolved once I update my Magento Root URL to

example.com/index.php/api/soap/?wsdl

Yes, I was missing index.php that causes the error.

Serializing class instance to JSON

Use arbitrary, extensible object, and then serialize it to JSON:

import json

class Object(object):
    pass

response = Object()
response.debug = []
response.result = Object()

# Any manipulations with the object:
response.debug.append("Debug string here")
response.result.body = "404 Not Found"
response.result.code = 404

# Proper JSON output, with nice formatting:
print(json.dumps(response, indent=4, default=lambda x: x.__dict__))

Create a hexadecimal colour based on a string with JavaScript

If your inputs are not different enough for a simple hash to use the entire color spectrum, you can use a seeded random number generator instead of a hash function.

I'm using the color coder from Joe Freeman's answer, and David Bau's seeded random number generator.

function stringToColour(str) {
    Math.seedrandom(str);
    var rand = Math.random() * Math.pow(255,3);
    Math.seedrandom(); // don't leave a non-random seed in the generator
    for (var i = 0, colour = "#"; i < 3; colour += ("00" + ((rand >> i++ * 8) & 0xFF).toString(16)).slice(-2));
    return colour;
}

How to delete selected text in the vi editor

Do it the vi way.

To delete 5 lines press: 5dd ( 5 delete )

To select ( actually copy them to the clipboard ) you type: 10yy

It is a bit hard to grasp, but very handy to learn when using those remote terminals

Be aware of the learning curves for some editors:


(source: calver at unix.rulez.org)

How to prevent page scrolling when scrolling a DIV element?

You can do this without JavaScript. You can set the style on both divs to position: fixed and overflow-y: auto. You may need to make one of them higher than the other by setting its z-index (if they overlap).

Here's a basic example on CodePen.

Qt. get part of QString

Use the left function:

QString yourString = "This is a string";
QString leftSide = yourString.left(5);
qDebug() << leftSide; // output "This "

Also have a look at mid() if you want more control.

No value accessor for form control

For anyone experiencing this in angular 9+

This issue can also be experienced if you do not declare or import the component that declares your component.

Lets consider a situation where you intend to use ng-select but you forget to import it Angular will throw the error 'No value accessor...'

I have reproduced this error in the Below stackblitz demo.

java.lang.ClassNotFoundException: org.springframework.boot.SpringApplication Maven

Clean your maven cache and rerun:

mvn dependency:purge-local-repository

Evaluating string "3*(4+2)" yield int 18

I recently needed to do this for a project and I ended up using IronPython to do it. You can declare an instance of the engine, and then pass any valid python expression and get the result. If you're just doing simple math expressions, then it would suffice. My code ended up looking similar to:

IronPython.Hosting.PythonEngine pythonEngine = new IronPython.Hosting.PythonEngine();
string expression = "3*(2+4)";
double result = pythonEngine.EvaluateAs<double>(expression);

You'd probably not want to create the engine for each expression. You also need a reference to IronPython.dll

How to read lines of a file in Ruby

Ruby does have a method for this:

File.readlines('foo').each do |line|

http://ruby-doc.org/core-1.9.3/IO.html#method-c-readlines

Getting command-line password input in Python

Use getpass.getpass():

from getpass import getpass
password = getpass()

An optional prompt can be passed as parameter; the default is "Password: ".

Note that this function requires a proper terminal, so it can turn off echoing of typed characters – see “GetPassWarning: Can not control echo on the terminal” when running from IDLE for further details.

Delete a closed pull request from GitHub

5 step to do what you want if you made the pull request from a forked repository:

  1. reopen the pull request
  2. checkout to the branch which you made the pull request
  3. reset commit to the last master commit(that means remove all you new code)
  4. git push --force
  5. delete your forked repository which made the pull request

And everything is done, good luck!

Make REST API call in Swift

Swift 5

API call method

//Send Request with ResultType<Success, Error>
    func fetch(requestURL:URL,requestType:String,parameter:[String:AnyObject]?,completion:@escaping (Result<Any>) -> () ){
        //Check internet connection as per your convenience
        //Check URL whitespace validation as per your convenience
        //Show Hud
        var urlRequest = URLRequest.init(url: requestURL)
        urlRequest.cachePolicy = .reloadIgnoringLocalCacheData
        urlRequest.timeoutInterval = 60
        urlRequest.httpMethod = String(describing: requestType)
        urlRequest.setValue("application/json; charset=utf-8", forHTTPHeaderField: "Content-Type")
        urlRequest.setValue("application/json; charset=utf-8", forHTTPHeaderField: "Accept")
        
        //Post URL parameters set as URL body
        if let params = parameter{
            do{
                let parameterData = try JSONSerialization.data(withJSONObject:params, options:.prettyPrinted)
                urlRequest.httpBody = parameterData
            }catch{
               //Hide hude and return error
                completion(.failure(error))
            }
        }
        //URL Task to get data
        URLSession.shared.dataTask(with: requestURL) { (data, response, error) in
            //Hide Hud
            //fail completion for Error
            if let objError = error{
                completion(.failure(objError))
            }
            //Validate for blank data and URL response status code
            if let objData = data,let objURLResponse = response as? HTTPURLResponse{
                //We have data validate for JSON and convert in JSON
                do{
                    let objResposeJSON = try JSONSerialization.jsonObject(with: objData, options: .mutableContainers)
                    //Check for valid status code 200 else fail with error
                    if objURLResponse.statusCode == 200{
                        completion(.success(objResposeJSON))
                    }
                }catch{
                    completion(.failure(error))
                }
            }
        }.resume()
    }

Use of API call method

func useOfAPIRequest(){
        if let baseGETURL = URL(string:"https://postman-echo.com/get?foo1=bar1&foo2=bar2"){
            self.fetch(requestURL: baseGETURL, requestType: "GET", parameter: nil) { (result) in
                      switch result{
                      case .success(let response) :
                        print("Hello World \(response)")
                      case .failure(let error) :
                        print("Hello World \(error)")
                          
                      }
                  }
        }
      
    }

How to set Internet options for Android emulator?

delete the existing one and recreate the emulator. The machine(windows/mac) should have internet access,and android emulator gets internet access by default.

Javascript Cookie with no expiration date

You could possibly set a cookie at an expiration date of a month or something and then reassign the cookie every time the user visits the website again

Get Value of Radio button group

Your quotes only need to surround the value part of the attribute-equals selector, [attr='val'], like this:

$('a#check_var').click(function() {
  alert($("input:radio[name='r']:checked").val()+ ' '+
        $("input:radio[name='s']:checked").val());
});?

You can see the working version here.

Cast to generic type in C#

To convert any type object to a generic type T, the trick is to first assign to an object of any higher type then cast that to the generic type.

object temp = otherTypeObject;
T result = (T)temp;

Given the lat/long coordinates, how can we find out the city/country?

You can use Google Geocoding API

Bellow is php function that returns Adress, City, State and Country

public function get_location($latitude='', $longitude='')
{
    $geolocation = $latitude.','.$longitude;
    $request = 'http://maps.googleapis.com/maps/api/geocode/json?latlng='.$geolocation.'&sensor=false'; 
    $file_contents = file_get_contents($request);
    $json_decode = json_decode($file_contents);
    if(isset($json_decode->results[0])) {
        $response = array();
        foreach($json_decode->results[0]->address_components as $addressComponet) {
            if(in_array('political', $addressComponet->types)) {
                    $response[] = $addressComponet->long_name; 
            }
        }

        if(isset($response[0])){ $first  =  $response[0];  } else { $first  = 'null'; }
        if(isset($response[1])){ $second =  $response[1];  } else { $second = 'null'; } 
        if(isset($response[2])){ $third  =  $response[2];  } else { $third  = 'null'; }
        if(isset($response[3])){ $fourth =  $response[3];  } else { $fourth = 'null'; }
        if(isset($response[4])){ $fifth  =  $response[4];  } else { $fifth  = 'null'; }


        $loc['address']=''; $loc['city']=''; $loc['state']=''; $loc['country']='';
        if( $first != 'null' && $second != 'null' && $third != 'null' && $fourth != 'null' && $fifth != 'null' ) {
            $loc['address'] = $first;
            $loc['city'] = $second;
            $loc['state'] = $fourth;
            $loc['country'] = $fifth;
        }
        else if ( $first != 'null' && $second != 'null' && $third != 'null' && $fourth != 'null' && $fifth == 'null'  ) {
            $loc['address'] = $first;
            $loc['city'] = $second;
            $loc['state'] = $third;
            $loc['country'] = $fourth;
        }
        else if ( $first != 'null' && $second != 'null' && $third != 'null' && $fourth == 'null' && $fifth == 'null' ) {
            $loc['city'] = $first;
            $loc['state'] = $second;
            $loc['country'] = $third;
        }
        else if ( $first != 'null' && $second != 'null' && $third == 'null' && $fourth == 'null' && $fifth == 'null'  ) {
            $loc['state'] = $first;
            $loc['country'] = $second;
        }
        else if ( $first != 'null' && $second == 'null' && $third == 'null' && $fourth == 'null' && $fifth == 'null'  ) {
            $loc['country'] = $first;
        }
      }
      return $loc;
}

NSCameraUsageDescription in iOS 10.0 runtime crash?

I checked the plist and found it is not working, only in the "project" info, you need to add the "Privacy - Camera ....", then it should work. Hope to help you.

What are the correct version numbers for C#?

C# Version History:

C# is a simple and powerful object-oriented programming language developed by Microsoft.

C# has evolved much since its first release in 2002. C# was introduced with .NET Framework 1.0.

The following table lists important features introduced in each version of C#.

And the latest version of C# is available in C# Versions.

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How do I create an iCal-type .ics file that can be downloaded by other users?

That will work just fine. You can export an entire calendar with File > Export…, or individual events by dragging them to the Finder.

iCalendar (.ics) files are human-readable, so you can always pop it open in a text editor to make sure no private events made it in there. They consist of nested sections with start with BEGIN: and end with END:. You'll mostly find VEVENT sections (each of which represents an event) and VTIMEZONE sections, each of which represents a time zone that's referenced from one or more events.

Set formula to a range of cells

I would update the formula in C1. Then copy the formula from C1 and paste it till C10...

Not sure about a more elegant solution

Range("C1").Formula = "=A1+B1"
Range("C1").Copy
Range("C1:C10").Pastespecial(XlPasteall)

Get JSF managed bean by name in any Servlet related class

I had same requirement.

I have used the below way to get it.

I had session scoped bean.

@ManagedBean(name="mb")
@SessionScopedpublic 
class ManagedBean {
     --------
}

I have used the below code in my servlet doPost() method.

ManagedBean mb = (ManagedBean) request.getSession().getAttribute("mb");

it solved my problem.

Android: Clear Activity Stack

Here is a simple helper method for starting a new activity as the new top activity which works from API level 4 up until the current version 17:

static void startNewMainActivity(Activity currentActivity, Class<? extends Activity> newTopActivityClass) {
    Intent intent = new Intent(currentActivity, newTopActivityClass);
    intent.addFlags(Intent.FLAG_ACTIVITY_CLEAR_TOP);
    intent.addFlags(Intent.FLAG_ACTIVITY_NEW_TASK);
    if (Build.VERSION.SDK_INT >= Build.VERSION_CODES.HONEYCOMB)
        intent.addFlags(0x8000); // equal to Intent.FLAG_ACTIVITY_CLEAR_TASK which is only available from API level 11
    currentActivity.startActivity(intent);
}

call it like this from your current activity:

startNewMainActivity(this, MainActivity.class);

javascript popup alert on link click

Single line works just fine:

<a href="http://example.com/"
 onclick="return confirm('Please click on OK to continue.');">click me</a>

Adding another line with a different link on the same page works fine too:

<a href="http://stackoverflow.com/"
 onclick="return confirm('Click on another OK to continue.');">another link</a>

Django datetime issues (default=datetime.now())

From the Python language reference, under Function definitions:

Default parameter values are evaluated when the function definition is executed. This means that the expression is evaluated once, when the function is defined, and that that same “pre-computed” value is used for each call.

Fortunately, Django has a way to do what you want, if you use the auto_now argument for the DateTimeField:

date = models.DateTimeField(auto_now=True)

See the Django docs for DateTimeField.

How to establish ssh key pair when "Host key verification failed"

Task Passwordless authentication for suer.

Error : Host key verification failed.

Source :10.13.1.11 Target : 10.13.1.35

Temporary workaround :

[user@server~]$ ssh [email protected] The authenticity of host '10.13.1.35 (10.13.1.35)' can't be established. RSA key fingerprint is b8:ba:30:46:a9:ab:70:12:1a:f2:f1:61:69:73:0a:19. Are you sure you want to continue connecting (yes/no)? yes Warning: Permanently added '10.13.1.35' (RSA) to the list of known hosts.

Try to authenticate user again...it will work.

How to get the date from jQuery UI datepicker

Use

var jsDate = $('#your_datepicker_id').datepicker('getDate');
if (jsDate !== null) { // if any date selected in datepicker
    jsDate instanceof Date; // -> true
    jsDate.getDate();
    jsDate.getMonth();
    jsDate.getFullYear();
}

Error: JAVA_HOME is not defined correctly executing maven

If you are using mac-OS , export JAVA_HOME=/usr/libexec/java_home need to be changed to export JAVA_HOME=$(/usr/libexec/java_home) . Steps to do this :

 $ vim .bash_profile

 export JAVA_HOME=$(/usr/libexec/java_home)

 $ source .bash_profile

where /usr/libexec/java_home is the path of your jvm

Check if a path represents a file or a folder

To check if a string represents a path or a file programatically, you should use API methods such as isFile(), isDirectory().

How does system understand whether there's a file or a folder?

I guess, the file and folder entries are kept in a data structure and it's managed by the file system.

Erase the current printed console line

i iterates through char array words. j keeps track of word length. "\b \b" erases word while backing over line.

#include<stdio.h>

int main()
{
    int i = 0, j = 0;

    char words[] = "Hello Bye";

    while(words[i]!='\0')
    {
        if(words[i] != ' ') {
            printf("%c", words[i]);
        fflush(stdout);
        }
        else {
            //system("ping -n 1 127.0.0.1>NUL");  //For Microsoft OS
            system("sleep 0.25");
            while(j-->0) {
                printf("\b \b");
            }
        }

        i++;
        j++;
    }

printf("\n");                   
return 0;
}

CSS list item width/height does not work

I had a similar issue trying to fix the item size to fit the background image width. This worked (at least with Firefox 35) for me :

.navcontainer-top li
{
  display: inline-block;
  background: url("../images/nav-button.png") no-repeat;
  width: 117px;
  height: 26px;
}

What does HTTP/1.1 302 mean exactly?

In the term of SEO , 301 and 302 both are good it is depend on situation,

If only one version can be returned (i.e., the other redirects to it), that’s great! This behavior is beneficial because it reduces duplicate content. In the particular case of redirects to trailing slash URLs, our search results will likely show the version of the URL with the 200 response code (most often the trailing slash URL) -- regardless of whether the redirect was a 301 or 302.

Gradle project refresh failed after Android Studio update

  1. Close Android Studio
  2. Go to C:\Users\Username
  3. delete the .gradle folder

That's it you are done

How to import an Excel file into SQL Server?

You can also use OPENROWSET to import excel file in sql server.

SELECT * INTO Your_Table FROM OPENROWSET('Microsoft.ACE.OLEDB.12.0',
                        'Excel 12.0;Database=C:\temp\MySpreadsheet.xlsx',
                        'SELECT * FROM [Data$]')

How to find the operating system version using JavaScript?

var OSName = "Unknown";
if (window.navigator.userAgent.indexOf("Windows NT 10.0")!= -1) OSName="Windows 10";
if (window.navigator.userAgent.indexOf("Windows NT 6.3") != -1) OSName="Windows 8.1";
if (window.navigator.userAgent.indexOf("Windows NT 6.2") != -1) OSName="Windows 8";
if (window.navigator.userAgent.indexOf("Windows NT 6.1") != -1) OSName="Windows 7";
if (window.navigator.userAgent.indexOf("Windows NT 6.0") != -1) OSName="Windows Vista";
if (window.navigator.userAgent.indexOf("Windows NT 5.1") != -1) OSName="Windows XP";
if (window.navigator.userAgent.indexOf("Windows NT 5.0") != -1) OSName="Windows 2000";
if (window.navigator.userAgent.indexOf("Mac")            != -1) OSName="Mac/iOS";
if (window.navigator.userAgent.indexOf("X11")            != -1) OSName="UNIX";
if (window.navigator.userAgent.indexOf("Linux")          != -1) OSName="Linux";

How do we check if a pointer is NULL pointer?

I always think simply if(p != NULL){..} will do the job.

It will.

Ajax success function

It is because Ajax is asynchronous, the success or the error function will be called later, when the server answer the client. So, just move parts depending on the result into your success function like that :

jQuery.ajax({

            type:"post",
            dataType:"json",
            url: myAjax.ajaxurl,
            data: {action: 'submit_data', info: info},
            success: function(data) {
                successmessage = 'Data was succesfully captured';
                $("label#successmessage").text(successmessage);
            },
            error: function(data) {
                successmessage = 'Error';
                $("label#successmessage").text(successmessage);
            },
        });

        $(":input").val('');
        return false;

Vim for Windows - What do I type to save and exit from a file?

  • Press i or a to get into insert mode, and type the message of choice

  • Press ESC several times to get out of insert mode, or any other mode you might have run into by accident

    • to save, :wq, :x or ZZ

    • to exit without saving, :q! or ZQ

To reload a file and undo all changes you have made...:

Press several times ESC and then enter :e!.

What is the __del__ method, How to call it?

As mentioned earlier, the __del__ functionality is somewhat unreliable. In cases where it might seem useful, consider using the __enter__ and __exit__ methods instead. This will give a behaviour similar to the with open() as f: pass syntax used for accessing files. __enter__ is automatically called when entering the scope of with, while __exit__ is automatically called when exiting it. See this question for more details.

Copy output of a JavaScript variable to the clipboard

For general purposes of copying any text to the clipboard, I wrote the following function:

function textToClipboard (text) {
    var dummy = document.createElement("textarea");
    document.body.appendChild(dummy);
    dummy.value = text;
    dummy.select();
    document.execCommand("copy");
    document.body.removeChild(dummy);
}

The value of the parameter is inserted into value of a newly created <textarea>, which is then selected, its value is copied to the clipboard and then it gets removed from the document.

Save ArrayList to SharedPreferences

Hey friends I got the solution of above problem without using Gson library. Here I post source code.

1.Variable declaration i.e

  SharedPreferences shared;
  ArrayList<String> arrPackage;

2.Variable initialization i.e

 shared = getSharedPreferences("App_settings", MODE_PRIVATE);
 // add values for your ArrayList any where...
 arrPackage = new ArrayList<>();

3.Store value to sharedPreference using packagesharedPreferences():

 private void packagesharedPreferences() {
   SharedPreferences.Editor editor = shared.edit();
   Set<String> set = new HashSet<String>();
   set.addAll(arrPackage);
   editor.putStringSet("DATE_LIST", set);
   editor.apply();
   Log.d("storesharedPreferences",""+set);
 }

4.Retrive value of sharedPreference using retriveSharedValue():

 private void retriveSharedValue() {
   Set<String> set = shared.getStringSet("DATE_LIST", null);
   arrPackage.addAll(set);
   Log.d("retrivesharedPreferences",""+set);
 }

I hope it will helpful for you...

Should I make HTML Anchors with 'name' or 'id'?

According to the HTML 5 specification, 5.9.8 Navigating to a fragment identifier:

For HTML documents (and the text/html MIME type), the following processing model must be followed to determine what the indicated part of the document is.

  1. Parse the URL, and let fragid be the <fragment> component of the URL.
  2. If fragid is the empty string, then the indicated part of the document is the top of the document.
  3. If there is an element in the DOM that has an ID exactly equal to fragid, then the first such element in tree order is the indicated part of the document; stop the algorithm here.
  4. If there is an a element in the DOM that has a name attribute whose value is exactly equal to fragid, then the first such element in tree order is the indicated part of the document; stop the algorithm here.
  5. Otherwise, there is no indicated part of the document.

So, it will look for id="foo", and then will follow to name="foo"

Edit: As pointed out by @hsivonen, in HTML5 the a element has no name attribute. However, the above rules still apply to other named elements.

Fastest Way to Find Distance Between Two Lat/Long Points

I needed to solve similar problem (filtering rows by distance from single point) and by combining original question with answers and comments, I came up with solution which perfectly works for me on both MySQL 5.6 and 5.7.

SELECT 
    *,
    (6371 * ACOS(COS(RADIANS(56.946285)) * COS(RADIANS(Y(coordinates))) 
    * COS(RADIANS(X(coordinates)) - RADIANS(24.105078)) + SIN(RADIANS(56.946285))
    * SIN(RADIANS(Y(coordinates))))) AS distance
FROM places
WHERE MBRContains
    (
    LineString
        (
        Point (
            24.105078 + 15 / (111.320 * COS(RADIANS(56.946285))),
            56.946285 + 15 / 111.133
        ),
        Point (
            24.105078 - 15 / (111.320 * COS(RADIANS(56.946285))),
            56.946285 - 15 / 111.133
        )
    ),
    coordinates
    )
HAVING distance < 15
ORDER By distance

coordinates is field with type POINT and has SPATIAL index
6371 is for calculating distance in kilometres
56.946285 is latitude for central point
24.105078 is longitude for central point
15 is maximum distance in kilometers

In my tests, MySQL uses SPATIAL index on coordinates field to quickly select all rows which are within rectangle and then calculates actual distance for all filtered places to exclude places from rectangles corners and leave only places inside circle.

This is visualisation of my result:

map

Gray stars visualise all points on map, yellow stars are ones returned by MySQL query. Gray stars inside corners of rectangle (but outside circle) were selected by MBRContains() and then deselected by HAVING clause.

jQuery $(".class").click(); - multiple elements, click event once

I think you add click event five times. Try to count how many times you do this.

console.log('add click event')
$(".addproduct").click(function(){ });

How do I use PHP namespaces with autoload?

<?php
spl_autoload_register(function ($classname){
   // for security purpose
   //your class name should match the name of your class "file.php"
   $classname = str_replace("..", "", $classname);
   require_once __DIR__.DIRECTORY_SEPARATOR.("classes/$classname.class.php");
});
try {
  $new = new Class1();
} catch (Exception $e) {
   echo "error = ". $e->getMessage();
}
?>

Populate dropdown select with array using jQuery

The array declaration has incorrect syntax. Try the following, instead:

var numbers = [ 1, 2, 3, 4, 5]

The loop part seems right

$.each(numbers, function(val, text) {
            $('#items').append( $('<option></option>').val(val).html(text) )
            }); // there was also a ) missing here

As @Reigel did seems to add a bit more performance (it is not noticeable on such small arrays)

How do you make a HTTP request with C++?

Updated answer for April, 2020:

I've had a lot of success, recently, with cpp-httplib (both as a client and a server). It's mature and its approximate, single-threaded RPS is around 6k.

On more of the bleeding edge, there's a really promising framework, cpv-framework, that can get around 180k RPS on two cores (and will scale well with the number of cores because it's based on the seastar framework, which powers the fastest DBs on the planet, scylladb).

However, cpv-framework is still relatively immature; so, for most uses, I highly recommend cpp-httplib.

This recommendation replaces my previous answer (8 years ago).

How to generate random positive and negative numbers in Java

(Math.floor((Math.random() * 2)) > 0 ? 1 : -1) * Math.floor((Math.random() * 32767))

How to display the current time and date in C#

For time:

label1.Text = DateTime.Now.ToString("HH:mm:ss"); //result 22:11:45

or

label1.Text = DateTime.Now.ToString("hh:mm:ss tt"); //result 11:11:45 PM

For date:

label1.Text = DateTime.Now.ToShortDateString(); //30.5.2012

How to get the timezone offset in GMT(Like GMT+7:00) from android device?

This might give you an idea on how to implement it to your liking:

Calendar mCalendar = new GregorianCalendar();  
TimeZone mTimeZone = mCalendar.getTimeZone();  
int mGMTOffset = mTimeZone.getRawOffset();  
System.out.printf("GMT offset is %s hours", TimeUnit.HOURS.convert(mGMTOffset, TimeUnit.MILLISECONDS)); 

(TimeUnit is "java.util.concurrent.TimeUnit")

Showing empty view when ListView is empty

First check the list contains some values:

if (list.isEmpty()) {
    listview.setVisibility(View.GONE);
}

If it is then OK, otherwise use:

else {
     listview.setVisibility(View.VISIBLE);
}

How do I set up Vim autoindentation properly for editing Python files?

Ensure you are editing the correct configuration file for VIM. Especially if you are using windows, where the file could be named _vimrc instead of .vimrc as on other platforms.

In vim type

:help vimrc

and check your path to the _vimrc/.vimrc file with

:echo $HOME

:echo $VIM

Make sure you are only using one file. If you want to split your configuration into smaller chunks you can source other files from inside your _vimrc file.

:help source

How can a Java program get its own process ID?

Based on Ashwin Jayaprakash's answer (+1) about the Apache 2.0 licensed SIGAR, here is how I use it to get only the PID of the current process:

import org.hyperic.sigar.Sigar;

Sigar sigar = new Sigar();
long pid = sigar.getPid();
sigar.close();

Even though it does not work on all platforms, it does work on Linux, Windows, OS X and various Unix platforms as listed here.

Where do I call the BatchNormalization function in Keras?

It's almost become a trend now to have a Conv2D followed by a ReLu followed by a BatchNormalization layer. So I made up a small function to call all of them at once. Makes the model definition look a whole lot cleaner and easier to read.

def Conv2DReluBatchNorm(n_filter, w_filter, h_filter, inputs):
    return BatchNormalization()(Activation(activation='relu')(Convolution2D(n_filter, w_filter, h_filter, border_mode='same')(inputs)))

How to set URL query params in Vue with Vue-Router

I normally use the history object for this. It also does not reload the page.

Example:

history.pushState({}, '', 
                `/pagepath/path?query=${this.myQueryParam}`);

Where can I find a list of Mac virtual key codes?

Here's some prebuilt Objective-C dictionaries if anyone wants to type ansi characters:

NSDictionary *lowerCaseCodes = @{
                                @"Q" : @(12),
                                @"W" : @(13),
                                @"E" : @(14),
                                @"R" : @(15),
                                @"T" : @(17),
                                @"Y" : @(16),
                                @"U" : @(32),
                                @"I" : @(34),
                                @"O" : @(31),
                                @"P" : @(35),
                                @"A" : @(0),
                                @"S" : @(1),
                                @"D" : @(2),
                                @"F" : @(3),
                                @"G" : @(5),
                                @"H" : @(4),
                                @"J" : @(38),
                                @"K" : @(40),
                                @"L" : @(37),
                                @"Z" : @(6),
                                @"X" : @(7),
                                @"C" : @(8),
                                @"V" : @(9),
                                @"B" : @(11),
                                @"N" : @(45),
                                @"M" : @(46),
                                @"0" : @(29),
                                @"1" : @(18),
                                @"2" : @(19),
                                @"3" : @(20),
                                @"4" : @(21),
                                @"5" : @(23),
                                @"6" : @(22),
                                @"7" : @(26),
                                @"8" : @(28),
                                @"9" : @(25),
                                @" " : @(49),
                                @"." : @(47),
                                @"," : @(43),
                                @"/" : @(44),
                                @";" : @(41),
                                @"'" : @(39),
                                @"[" : @(33),
                                @"]" : @(30),
                                @"\\" : @(42),
                                @"-" : @(27),
                                @"=" : @(24)
                                };

NSDictionary *shiftCodes = @{ // used in conjunction with the shift key
                                @"<" : @(43),
                                @">" : @(47),
                                @"?" : @(44),
                                @":" : @(41),
                                @"\"" : @(39),
                                @"{" : @(33),
                                @"}" : @(30),
                                @"|" : @(42),
                                @")" : @(29),
                                @"!" : @(18),
                                @"@" : @(19),
                                @"#" : @(20),
                                @"$" : @(21),
                                @"%" : @(23),
                                @"^" : @(22),
                                @"&" : @(26),
                                @"*" : @(28),
                                @"(" : @(25),
                                @"_" : @(27),
                                @"+" : @(24)
                                };