Programs & Examples On #Projection

A projection is the transformation of a set of data from one form into another.

How to select a single field for all documents in a MongoDB collection?

In mongodb 3.4 we can use below logic, i am not sure about previous versions

select roll from student ==> db.student.find(!{}, {roll:1})

the above logic helps to define some columns (if they are less)

Retrieve only the queried element in an object array in MongoDB collection

Along with $project it will be more appropriate other wise matching elements will be clubbed together with other elements in document.

db.test.aggregate(
  { "$unwind" : "$shapes" },
  { "$match" : { "shapes.color": "red" } },
  { 
    "$project": {
      "_id":1,
      "item":1
    }
  }
)

Hibernate Query By Example and Projections

I'm facing a similar problem. I'm using Query by Example and I want to sort the results by a custom field. In SQL I would do something like:

select pageNo, abs(pageNo - 434) as diff
from relA
where year = 2009
order by diff

It works fine without the order-by-clause. What I got is

Criteria crit = getSession().createCriteria(Entity.class);
crit.add(exampleObject);
ProjectionList pl = Projections.projectionList();
pl.add( Projections.property("id") );
pl.add(Projections.sqlProjection("abs(`pageNo`-"+pageNo+") as diff", new String[] {"diff"}, types ));
crit.setProjection(pl);

But when I add

crit.addOrder(Order.asc("diff"));

I get a org.hibernate.QueryException: could not resolve property: diff exception. Workaround with this does not work either.

PS: as I could not find any elaborate documentation on the use of QBE for Hibernate, all the stuff above is mainly trial-and-error approach

How do you make strings "XML safe"?

I prefer the way Golang does quote escaping for XML (and a few extras like newline escaping, and escaping some other characters), so I have ported its XML escape function to PHP below

function isInCharacterRange(int $r): bool {
    return $r == 0x09 ||
            $r == 0x0A ||
            $r == 0x0D ||
            $r >= 0x20 && $r <= 0xDF77 ||
            $r >= 0xE000 && $r <= 0xFFFD ||
            $r >= 0x10000 && $r <= 0x10FFFF;
}

function xml(string $s, bool $escapeNewline = true): string {
    $w = '';

    $Last = 0;
    $l = strlen($s);
    $i = 0;

    while ($i < $l) {
        $r = mb_substr(substr($s, $i), 0, 1);
        $Width = strlen($r);
        $i += $Width;
        switch ($r) {
            case '"':
                $esc = '&#34;';
                break;
            case "'":
                $esc = '&#39;';
                break;
            case '&':
                $esc = '&amp;';
                break;
            case '<':
                $esc = '&lt;';
                break;
            case '>':
                $esc = '&gt;';
                break;
            case "\t":
                $esc = '&#x9;';
                break;
            case "\n":
                if (!$escapeNewline) {
                    continue 2;
                }
                $esc = '&#xA;';
                break;
            case "\r":
                $esc = '&#xD;';
                break;
            default:
                if (!isInCharacterRange(mb_ord($r)) || (mb_ord($r) === 0xFFFD && $Width === 1)) {
                    $esc = "\u{FFFD}";
                    break;
                }

                continue 2;
        }
        $w .= substr($s, $Last, $i - $Last - $Width) . $esc;
        $Last = $i;
    }
    $w .= substr($s, $Last);
    return $w;
}

Note you'll need at least PHP7.2 because of the mb_ord usage, or you'll have to swap it out for another polyfill, but these functions are working great for us!

For anyone curious, here is the relevant Go source https://golang.org/src/encoding/xml/xml.go?s=44219:44263#L1887

How can I merge two MySQL tables?

It depends on the semantic of the primary key. If it's just autoincrement, then use something like:

insert into table1 (all columns except pk)
select all_columns_except_pk 
from table2;

If PK means something, you need to find a way to determine which record should have priority. You could create a select query to find duplicates first (see answer by cpitis). Then eliminate the ones you don't want to keep and use the above insert to add records that remain.

String replacement in java, similar to a velocity template

Take a look at the java.text.MessageFormat class, MessageFormat takes a set of objects, formats them, then inserts the formatted strings into the pattern at the appropriate places.

Object[] params = new Object[]{"hello", "!"};
String msg = MessageFormat.format("{0} world {1}", params);

Transposing a 2D-array in JavaScript

ES6 1liners as :

let invert = a => a[0].map((col, c) => a.map((row, r) => a[r][c]))

so same as Óscar's, but as would you rather rotate it clockwise :

let rotate = a => a[0].map((col, c) => a.map((row, r) => a[r][c]).reverse())

Webview load html from assets directory

protected void onCreate(Bundle savedInstanceState) {
        super.onCreate(savedInstanceState);
        setContentView(R.layout.activity_main);
        WebView wb = new WebView(this);
        wb.loadUrl("file:///android_asset/index.html");
        setContentView(wb);
    }


keep your .html in `asset` folder

How to get files in a relative path in C#

Write it like this:

string[] files = Directory.GetFiles(@".\Archive", "*.zip");

. is for relative to the folder where you started your exe, and @ to allow \ in the name.

When using filters, you pass it as a second parameter. You can also add a third parameter to specify if you want to search recursively for the pattern.

In order to get the folder where your .exe actually resides, use:

var executingPath = Path.GetDirectoryName(Assembly.GetEntryAssembly().Location);

Cannot call getSupportFragmentManager() from activity

Your activity doesn't extend FragmentActivity from the support library, therefore the method is not present in the superclass

If you are targeting api 11 or above, you could use Activity.getFragmentManager instead.

turn typescript object into json string

TS gets compiled to JS which then executed. Therefore you have access to all of the objects in the JS runtime. One of those objects is the JSON object. This contains the following methods:

  • JSON.parse() method parses a JSON string, constructing the JavaScript value or object described by the string.
  • JSON.stringify() method converts a JavaScript object or value to a JSON string.

Example:

_x000D_
_x000D_
const jsonString = '{"employee":{ "name":"John", "age":30, "city":"New York" }}';_x000D_
_x000D_
_x000D_
const JSobj = JSON.parse(jsonString);_x000D_
_x000D_
console.log(JSobj);_x000D_
console.log(typeof JSobj);_x000D_
_x000D_
const JSON_string = JSON.stringify(JSobj);_x000D_
_x000D_
console.log(JSON_string);_x000D_
console.log(typeof JSON_string);
_x000D_
_x000D_
_x000D_

When to use an interface instead of an abstract class and vice versa?

This can be a very difficult call to make...

One pointer I can give: An object can implement many interfaces, whilst an object can only inherit one base class( in a modern OO language like c#, I know C++ has multiple inheritance - but isn't that frowned upon?)

How to extract base URL from a string in JavaScript?

If you are extracting information from window.location.href (the address bar), then use this code to get http://www.sitename.com/:

var loc = location;
var url = loc.protocol + "//" + loc.host + "/";

If you have a string, str, that is an arbitrary URL (not window.location.href), then use regular expressions:

var url = str.match(/^(([a-z]+:)?(\/\/)?[^\/]+\/).*$/)[1];

I, like everyone in the Universe, hate reading regular expressions, so I'll break it down in English:

  • Find zero or more alpha characters followed by a colon (the protocol, which can be omitted)
  • Followed by // (can also be omitted)
  • Followed by any characters except / (the hostname and port)
  • Followed by /
  • Followed by whatever (the path, less the beginning /).

No need to create DOM elements or do anything crazy.

How to set proper codeigniter base url?

Base URL should be absolute, including the protocol:

$config['base_url'] = "http://somesite.com/somedir/";

If using the URL helper, then base_url() will output the above string.

Passing arguments to base_url() or site_url() will result in the following (assuming $config['index_page'] = "index.php";:

echo base_url('assets/stylesheet.css'); // http://somesite.com/somedir/assets/stylesheet.css
echo site_url('mycontroller/mymethod'); // http://somesite.com/somedir/index.php/mycontroller/mymethod

Convert List<String> to List<Integer> directly

You can use the Lambda functions of Java 8 to achieve this without looping

    String string = "1, 2, 3, 4";
    List<Integer> list = Arrays.asList(string.split(",")).stream().map(s -> Integer.parseInt(s.trim())).collect(Collectors.toList());

How to combine GROUP BY and ROW_NUMBER?

Undoubtly this can be simplified but the results match your expectations.

The gist of this is to

  • Calculate the maximum price in a seperate CTE for each t2ID
  • Calculate the total price in a seperate CTE for each t2ID
  • Combine the results of both CTE's

SQL Statement

;WITH MaxPrice AS ( 
    SELECT  t2ID
            , t1ID
    FROM    (       
                SELECT  t2.ID AS t2ID
                        , t1.ID AS t1ID
                        , rn = ROW_NUMBER() OVER (PARTITION BY t2.ID ORDER BY t1.Price DESC)
                FROM    @t1 t1
                        INNER JOIN @relation r ON r.t1ID = t1.ID        
                        INNER JOIN @t2 t2 ON t2.ID = r.t2ID
            ) maxt1
    WHERE   maxt1.rn = 1                            
)
, SumPrice AS (
    SELECT  t2ID = t2.ID
            , Price = SUM(Price)
    FROM    @t1 t1
            INNER JOIN @relation r ON r.t1ID = t1.ID
            INNER JOIN @t2 t2 ON t2.ID = r.t2ID
    GROUP BY
            t2.ID           
)           
SELECT  t2.ID
        , t2.Name
        , t2.Orders
        , mp.t1ID
        , t1.ID
        , t1.Name
        , sp.Price
FROM    @t2 t2
        INNER JOIN MaxPrice mp ON mp.t2ID = t2.ID
        INNER JOIN SumPrice sp ON sp.t2ID = t2.ID
        INNER JOIN @t1 t1 ON t1.ID = mp.t1ID

What do raw.githubusercontent.com URLs represent?

The raw.githubusercontent.com domain is used to serve unprocessed versions of files stored in GitHub repositories. If you browse to a file on GitHub and then click the Raw link, that's where you'll go.

The URL in your question references the install file in the master branch of the Homebrew/install repository. The rest of that command just retrieves the file and runs ruby on its contents.

How to use a client certificate to authenticate and authorize in a Web API

Looking at the source code I also think there must be some issue with the private key.

What it is doing is actually to check if the certificate that is passed is of type X509Certificate2 and if it has the private key.

If it doesn't find the private key it tries to find the certificate in the CurrentUser store and then in the LocalMachine store. If it finds the certificate it checks if the private key is present.

(see source code from class SecureChannnel, method EnsurePrivateKey)

So depending on which file you imported (.cer - without private key or .pfx - with private key) and on which store it might not find the right one and Request.ClientCertificate won't be populated.

You can activate Network Tracing to try to debug this. It will give you output like this:

  • Trying to find a matching certificate in the certificate store
  • Cannot find the certificate in either the LocalMachine store or the CurrentUser store.

How many times a substring occurs

If you're looking for a power solution that works every case this function should work:

def count_substring(string, sub_string):
    ans = 0
    for i in range(len(string)-(len(sub_string)-1)):
        if sub_string == string[i:len(sub_string)+i]:
            ans += 1
    return ans

Flexbox: center horizontally and vertically

Hope this will help.

.flex-container {
  padding: 0;
  margin: 0;
  list-style: none;
  display: flex;
  align-items: center;
  justify-content: center;
}
row {
  width: 100%;
}
.flex-item {
  background: tomato;
  padding: 5px;
  width: 200px;
  height: 150px;
  margin: 10px;
  line-height: 150px;
  color: white;
  font-weight: bold;
  font-size: 3em;
  text-align: center;
}

Convert all data frame character columns to factors

I used to do a simple for loop. As @A5C1D2H2I1M1N2O1R2T1 answer, lapply is a nice solution. But if you convert all the columns, you will need a data.frame before, otherwise you will end up with a list. Little execution time differences.

 mm2N=mm2New[,10:18]
 str(mm2N)
'data.frame':   35487 obs. of  9 variables:
 $ bb    : int  4 6 2 3 3 2 5 2 1 2 ...
 $ vabb  : int  -3 -3 -2 -2 -3 -1 0 0 3 3 ...
 $ bb55  : int  7 6 3 4 4 4 9 2 5 4 ...
 $ vabb55: int  -3 -1 0 -1 -2 -2 -3 0 -1 3 ...
 $ zr    : num  0 -2 -1 1 -1 -1 -1 1 1 0 ...
 $ z55r  : num  -2 -2 0 1 -2 -2 -2 1 -1 1 ...
 $ fechar: num  0 -1 1 0 1 1 0 0 1 0 ...
 $ varr  : num  3 3 1 1 1 1 4 1 1 3 ...
 $ minmax: int  3 0 4 6 6 6 0 6 6 1 ...

 # For solution
 t1=Sys.time()
 for(i in 1:ncol(mm2N)) mm2N[,i]=as.factor(mm2N[,i])
 Sys.time()-t1
Time difference of 0.2020121 secs
 str(mm2N)
'data.frame':   35487 obs. of  9 variables:
 $ bb    : Factor w/ 6 levels "1","2","3","4",..: 4 6 2 3 3 2 5 2 1 2 ...
 $ vabb  : Factor w/ 7 levels "-3","-2","-1",..: 1 1 2 2 1 3 4 4 7 7 ...
 $ bb55  : Factor w/ 8 levels "2","3","4","5",..: 6 5 2 3 3 3 8 1 4 3 ...
 $ vabb55: Factor w/ 7 levels "-3","-2","-1",..: 1 3 4 3 2 2 1 4 3 7 ...
 $ zr    : Factor w/ 5 levels "-2","-1","0",..: 3 1 2 4 2 2 2 4 4 3 ...
 $ z55r  : Factor w/ 5 levels "-2","-1","0",..: 1 1 3 4 1 1 1 4 2 4 ...
 $ fechar: Factor w/ 3 levels "-1","0","1": 2 1 3 2 3 3 2 2 3 2 ...
 $ varr  : Factor w/ 5 levels "1","2","3","4",..: 3 3 1 1 1 1 4 1 1 3 ...
 $ minmax: Factor w/ 7 levels "0","1","2","3",..: 4 1 5 7 7 7 1 7 7 2 ...

 #lapply solution
 mm2N=mm2New[,10:18]
 t1=Sys.time()
 mm2N <- lapply(mm2N, as.factor)
 Sys.time()-t1
Time difference of 0.209012 secs
 str(mm2N)
List of 9
 $ bb    : Factor w/ 6 levels "1","2","3","4",..: 4 6 2 3 3 2 5 2 1 2 ...
 $ vabb  : Factor w/ 7 levels "-3","-2","-1",..: 1 1 2 2 1 3 4 4 7 7 ...
 $ bb55  : Factor w/ 8 levels "2","3","4","5",..: 6 5 2 3 3 3 8 1 4 3 ...
 $ vabb55: Factor w/ 7 levels "-3","-2","-1",..: 1 3 4 3 2 2 1 4 3 7 ...
 $ zr    : Factor w/ 5 levels "-2","-1","0",..: 3 1 2 4 2 2 2 4 4 3 ...
 $ z55r  : Factor w/ 5 levels "-2","-1","0",..: 1 1 3 4 1 1 1 4 2 4 ...
 $ fechar: Factor w/ 3 levels "-1","0","1": 2 1 3 2 3 3 2 2 3 2 ...
 $ varr  : Factor w/ 5 levels "1","2","3","4",..: 3 3 1 1 1 1 4 1 1 3 ...
 $ minmax: Factor w/ 7 levels "0","1","2","3",..: 4 1 5 7 7 7 1 7 7 2 ...

 #data.frame lapply solution
 mm2N=mm2New[,10:18]
 t1=Sys.time()
 mm2N <- data.frame(lapply(mm2N, as.factor))
 Sys.time()-t1
Time difference of 0.2010119 secs
 str(mm2N)
'data.frame':   35487 obs. of  9 variables:
 $ bb    : Factor w/ 6 levels "1","2","3","4",..: 4 6 2 3 3 2 5 2 1 2 ...
 $ vabb  : Factor w/ 7 levels "-3","-2","-1",..: 1 1 2 2 1 3 4 4 7 7 ...
 $ bb55  : Factor w/ 8 levels "2","3","4","5",..: 6 5 2 3 3 3 8 1 4 3 ...
 $ vabb55: Factor w/ 7 levels "-3","-2","-1",..: 1 3 4 3 2 2 1 4 3 7 ...
 $ zr    : Factor w/ 5 levels "-2","-1","0",..: 3 1 2 4 2 2 2 4 4 3 ...
 $ z55r  : Factor w/ 5 levels "-2","-1","0",..: 1 1 3 4 1 1 1 4 2 4 ...
 $ fechar: Factor w/ 3 levels "-1","0","1": 2 1 3 2 3 3 2 2 3 2 ...
 $ varr  : Factor w/ 5 levels "1","2","3","4",..: 3 3 1 1 1 1 4 1 1 3 ...
 $ minmax: Factor w/ 7 levels "0","1","2","3",..: 4 1 5 7 7 7 1 7 7 2 ...

How do I find the mime-type of a file with php?

mime_content_type() appears to be the way to go, notwithstanding the above comments saying it is deprecated. It is not -- or at least this incarnation of mime_content_type() is not deprecated, according to http://php.net/manual/en/function.mime-content-type.php. It is part of the FileInfo extension, but the PHP documentation now tells us it is enabled by default as of PHP 5.3.0.

Add an element to an array in Swift

Use += and + operators :

extension Array {

}

func += <V> (inout left: [V], right: V) {
    left.append(right)
}

func + <V>(left: Array<V>, right: V) -> Array<V>
{
    var map = Array<V>()
    for (v) in left {
        map.append(v)
    }

    map.append(right)

    return map
}

then use :

var list = [AnyObject]()
list += "hello" 
list += ["hello", "world!"]
var list2 = list + "anything"

What's the shebang/hashbang (#!) in Facebook and new Twitter URLs for?

To have a good follow-up about all this, Twitter - one of the pioneers of hashbang URL's and single-page-interface - admitted that the hashbang system was slow in the long run and that they have actually started reversing the decision and returning to old-school links.

Article about this is here.

Java socket API: How to tell if a connection has been closed?

I see the other answer just posted, but I think you are interactive with clients playing your game, so I may pose another approach (while BufferedReader is definitely valid in some cases).

If you wanted to... you could delegate the "registration" responsibility to the client. I.e. you would have a collection of connected users with a timestamp on the last message received from each... if a client times out, you would force a re-registration of the client, but that leads to the quote and idea below.

I have read that to actually determine whether or not a socket has been closed data must be written to the output stream and an exception must be caught. This seems like a really unclean way to handle this situation.

If your Java code did not close/disconnect the Socket, then how else would you be notified that the remote host closed your connection? Ultimately, your try/catch is doing roughly the same thing that a poller listening for events on the ACTUAL socket would be doing. Consider the following:

  • your local system could close your socket without notifying you... that is just the implementation of Socket (i.e. it doesn't poll the hardware/driver/firmware/whatever for state change).
  • new Socket(Proxy p)... there are multiple parties (6 endpoints really) that could be closing the connection on you...

I think one of the features of the abstracted languages is that you are abstracted from the minutia. Think of the using keyword in C# (try/finally) for SqlConnection s or whatever... it's just the cost of doing business... I think that try/catch/finally is the accepted and necesary pattern for Socket use.

How to delete a cookie?

would this work?

function eraseCookie(name) {
    document.cookie = name + '=; Max-Age=0'
}

I know Max-Age causes the cookie to be a session cookie in IE when creating the cookie. Not sure how it works when deleting cookies.

java: ArrayList - how can I check if an index exists?

Quick and dirty test for whether an index exists or not. in your implementation replace list With your list you are testing.

public boolean hasIndex(int index){
    if(index < list.size())
        return true;
    return false;
}

or for 2Dimensional ArrayLists...

public boolean hasRow(int row){
    if(row < _matrix.size())
        return true;
    return false;
}

How to add form validation pattern in Angular 2?

You could build your form using FormBuilder as it let you more flexible way to configure form.

export class MyComp {
  form: ControlGroup;

  constructor(@Inject()fb: FormBuilder) {  
    this.form = fb.group({  
      foo: ['', MyValidators.regex(/^(?!\s|.*\s$).*$/)]  
    });  
  }

Then in your template :

<input type="text" ngControl="foo" />
<div *ngIf="!form.foo.valid">Please correct foo entry !</div> 

You can also customize ng-invalid CSS class.

As there is actually no validators for regex, you have to write your own. It is a simple function that takes a control in input, and return null if valid or a StringMap if invalid.

export class MyValidators {
  static regex(pattern: string): Function {
    return (control: Control): {[key: string]: any} => {
      return control.value.match(pattern) ? null : {pattern: true};
    };
  }
}

Hope that it help you.

How can I reference a dll in the GAC from Visual Studio?

In VS2010, from the Add Rerences window you can click 'Browse' and navigate to C:\Windows\Assembly and add references to the assemblies that you want. Please note that the files may be grouped under different folders like GAC, GAC_32, GAC_64, GAC_MSIL etc.

ORA-00060: deadlock detected while waiting for resource

I was testing a function that had multiple UPDATE statements within IF-ELSE blocks.

I was testing all possible paths, so I reset the tables to their previous values with 'manual' UPDATE statements each time before running the function again.

I noticed that the issue would happen just after those UPDATE statements;

I added a COMMIT; after the UPDATE statement I used to reset the tables and that solved the problem.

So, caution, the problem was not the function itself...

System not declared in scope?

Chances are that you've not included the header file that declares system().

In order to be able to compile C++ code that uses functions which you don't (manually) declare yourself, you have to pull in the declarations. These declarations are normally stored in so-called header files that you pull into the current translation unit using the #include preprocessor directive. As the code does not #include the header file in which system() is declared, the compilation fails.

To fix this issue, find out which header file provides you with the declaration of system() and include that. As mentioned in several other answers, you most likely want to add #include <cstdlib>

Javascript change font color

Consider changing your markup to this:

<span id="someId">onlineff</span>

Then you can use this script:

var x = document.getElementById('someId');
x.style.color = '#00FF00';

see it here: http://jsfiddle.net/2ANmM/

Grant execute permission for a user on all stored procedures in database?

This is a solution that means that as you add new stored procedures to the schema, users can execute them without having to call grant execute on the new stored procedure:

IF  EXISTS (SELECT * FROM sys.database_principals WHERE name = N'asp_net')
DROP USER asp_net
GO

IF  EXISTS (SELECT * FROM sys.database_principals 
WHERE name = N'db_execproc' AND type = 'R')
DROP ROLE [db_execproc]
GO

--Create a database role....
CREATE ROLE [db_execproc] AUTHORIZATION [dbo]
GO

--...with EXECUTE permission at the schema level...
GRANT EXECUTE ON SCHEMA::dbo TO db_execproc;
GO

--http://www.patrickkeisler.com/2012/10/grant-execute-permission-on-all-stored.html
--Any stored procedures that are created in the dbo schema can be 
--executed by users who are members of the db_execproc database role

--...add a user e.g. for the NETWORK SERVICE login that asp.net uses
CREATE USER asp_net 
FOR LOGIN [NT AUTHORITY\NETWORK SERVICE] 
WITH DEFAULT_SCHEMA=[dbo]
GO

--...and add them to the roles you need
EXEC sp_addrolemember N'db_execproc', 'asp_net';
EXEC sp_addrolemember N'db_datareader', 'asp_net';
EXEC sp_addrolemember N'db_datawriter', 'asp_net';
GO

Reference: Grant Execute Permission on All Stored Procedures

Difference between dangling pointer and memory leak

A pointer pointing to a memory location that has been deleted (or freed) is called dangling pointer.

#include <stdlib.h>
#include <stdio.h> 
 void  main()
 {
    int *ptr = (int *)malloc(sizeof(int));
    // After below free call, ptr becomes a 
    // dangling pointer
    free(ptr); 
 }

for more information click HERE

Select the first row by group

I favor the dplyr approach.

group_by(id) followed by either

  • filter(row_number()==1) or
  • slice(1) or
  • slice_head(1) #(dplyr => 1.0)
  • top_n(n = -1)
    • top_n() internally uses the rank function. Negative selects from the bottom of rank.

In some instances arranging the ids after the group_by can be necessary.

library(dplyr)

# using filter(), top_n() or slice()

m1 <-
test %>% 
  group_by(id) %>% 
  filter(row_number()==1)

m2 <-
test %>% 
  group_by(id) %>% 
  slice(1)

m3 <-
test %>% 
  group_by(id) %>% 
  top_n(n = -1)

All three methods return the same result

# A tibble: 5 x 2
# Groups:   id [5]
     id string
  <int> <fct> 
1     1 A     
2     2 B     
3     3 C     
4     4 D     
5     5 E

$(document).ready(function() is not working

Set events after loading DOM Elements.

$(function () {
        $(document).on("click","selector",function (e) {
          alert("hi");

        });

    });

how to POST/Submit an Input Checkbox that is disabled?

Adding onclick="this.checked=true"Solve my problem:
Example:

<input type="checkbox" id="scales" name="feature[]" value="scales" checked="checked" onclick="this.checked=true" />

Extend a java class from one file in another java file

You don't.

If you want to extend Person with Student, just do:

public class Student extends Person
{
}

And make sure, when you compile both classes, one can find the other one.

What IDE are you using?

Sum rows in data.frame or matrix

I came here hoping to find a way to get the sum across all columns in a data table and run into issues implementing the above solutions. A way to add a column with the sum across all columns uses the cbind function:

cbind(data, total = rowSums(data))

This method adds a total column to the data and avoids the alignment issue yielded when trying to sum across ALL columns using the above solutions (see the post below for a discussion of this issue).

Adding a new column to matrix error

Getting GET "?" variable in laravel

It is not very nice to use native php resources like $_GET as Laravel gives us easy ways to get the variables. As a matter of standard, whenever possible use the resources of the laravel itself instead of pure PHP.

There is at least two modes to get variables by GET in Laravel ( Laravel 5.x or greater):

Mode 1

Route:

Route::get('computers={id}', 'ComputersController@index');

Request (POSTMAN or client...):

http://localhost/api/computers=500

Controler - You can access the {id} paramter in the Controlller by:

public function index(Request $request, $id){
   return $id;
}

Mode 2

Route:

Route::get('computers', 'ComputersController@index');

Request (POSTMAN or client...):

http://localhost/api/computers?id=500

Controler - You can access the ?id paramter in the Controlller by:

public function index(Request $request){
   return $request->input('id');
}

pass array to method Java

You do this:

private void PassArray() {
    String[] arrayw = new String[4]; //populate array
    PrintA(arrayw);
}

private void PrintA(String[] a) {
    //do whatever with array here
}

Just pass it as any other variable.
In Java, arrays are passed by reference.

How to delete mysql database through shell command

No need for mysqladmin:

just use mysql command line

mysql -u [username] -p[password] -e 'drop database db-name;'

This will send the drop command although I wouldn't pass the password this way as it'll be exposed to other users of the system via ps aux

li:before{ content: "¦"; } How to Encode this Special Character as a Bullit in an Email Stationery?

You shouldn't use LIs in email. They are unpredictable across email clients. Instead you have to code each bullet point like this:

<table width="100%" cellspacing="0" border="0" cellpadding="0">
    <tr>
        <td align="left" valign="top" width="10" style="font-family:Arial, Helvetica, Sans-Serif; font-size:12px;">&bull;</td>
        <td align="left" valign="top" style="font-family:Arial, Helvetica, Sans-Serif; font-size:12px;">This is the first bullet point</td>
    </tr>
    <tr>
        <td align="left" valign="top" width="10" style="font-family:Arial, Helvetica, Sans-Serif; font-size:12px;">&bull;</td>
        <td align="left" valign="top" style="font-family:Arial, Helvetica, Sans-Serif; font-size:12px;">This is the second bullet point</td>
    </tr>
</table>

This will ensure that your bullets work in every email client.

What is the preferred Bash shebang?

/bin/sh is usually a link to the system's default shell, which is often bash but on, e.g., Debian systems is the lighter weight dash. Either way, the original Bourne shell is sh, so if your script uses some bash (2nd generation, "Bourne Again sh") specific features ([[ ]] tests, arrays, various sugary things, etc.), then you should be more specific and use the later. This way, on systems where bash is not installed, your script won't run. I understand there may be an exciting trilogy of films about this evolution...but that could be hearsay.

Also note that when evoked as sh, bash to some extent behaves as POSIX standard sh (see also the GNU docs about this).

How do I pass a list as a parameter in a stored procedure?

Azure DB, Azure Data WH and from SQL Server 2016, you can use STRING_SPLIT to achieve a similar result to what was described by @sparrow.

Recycling code from @sparrow

WHERE user_id IN (SELECT value FROM STRING_SPLIT( @user_id_list, ',')

Simple and effective way of accepting a list of values into a Stored Procedure

MySQL's now() +1 day

You can use:

NOW() + INTERVAL 1 DAY

If you are only interested in the date, not the date and time then you can use CURDATE instead of NOW:

CURDATE() + INTERVAL 1 DAY

git: How to ignore all present untracked files?

Found it in the manual

The mode parameter is used to specify the handling of untracked files. It is optional: it defaults to all, and if specified, it must be stuck to the option (e.g. -uno, but not -u no).

git status -uno

INSTALL_FAILED_UPDATE_INCOMPATIBLE when I try to install compiled .apk on device

If you are attempting to debug from a different computer than you were originally you will get the dreaded INSTALL_FAILED_UPDATE_INCOMPATIBLE error. However, there is a way to proceed without uninstalling the app and losing your data.

To see how to transfer the debug.keystore that is required so you don't get the message "The device already has an application with the same application but a different signature. In order to proceed you will have to uninstall the existing application." (and lose your data). See Update the app in another machine with same debug.keystore in android

How do I get the MAX row with a GROUP BY in LINQ query?

The answers are OK if you only require those two fields, but for a more complex object, maybe this approach could be useful:

from x in db.Serials 
group x by x.Serial_Number into g 
orderby g.Key 
select g.OrderByDescending(z => z.uid)
.FirstOrDefault()

... this will avoid the "select new"

Get a substring of a char*

char subbuff[5];
memcpy( subbuff, &buff[10], 4 );
subbuff[4] = '\0';

Job done :)

Best way to get application folder path

  1. Application.StartupPathand 7. System.IO.Path.GetDirectoryName(Application.ExecutablePath) - Is only going to work for Windows Forms application

  2. System.IO.Path.GetDirectoryName( System.Reflection.Assembly.GetExecutingAssembly().Location)

    Is going to give you something like: "C:\\Windows\\Microsoft.NET\\Framework\\v4.0.30319\\Temporary ASP.NET Files\\legal-services\\e84f415e\\96c98009\\assembly\\dl3\\42aaba80\\bcf9fd83_4b63d101" which is where the page that you are running is.

  3. AppDomain.CurrentDomain.BaseDirectory for web application could be useful and will return something like "C:\\hg\\Services\\Services\\Services.Website\\" which is base directory and is quite useful.

  4. System.IO.Directory.GetCurrentDirectory() and 5. Environment.CurrentDirectory

will get you location of where the process got fired from - so for web app running in debug mode from Visual Studio something like "C:\\Program Files (x86)\\IIS Express"

  1. System.IO.Path.GetDirectoryName( System.Reflection.Assembly.GetExecutingAssembly().GetName().CodeBase)

will get you location where .dll that is running the code is, for web app that could be "file:\\C:\\hg\\Services\\Services\\Services.Website\\bin"

Now in case of for example console app points 2-6 will be directory where .exe file is.

Hope this saves you some time.

How do I create a HTTP Client Request with a cookie?

This answer is deprecated, please see @ankitjaininfo's answer below for a more modern solution


Here's how I think you make a POST request with data and a cookie using just the node http library. This example is posting JSON, set your content-type and content-length accordingly if you post different data.

// NB:- node's http client API has changed since this was written
// this code is for 0.4.x
// for 0.6.5+ see http://nodejs.org/docs/v0.6.5/api/http.html#http.request

var http = require('http');

var data = JSON.stringify({ 'important': 'data' });
var cookie = 'something=anything'

var client = http.createClient(80, 'www.example.com');

var headers = {
    'Host': 'www.example.com',
    'Cookie': cookie,
    'Content-Type': 'application/json',
    'Content-Length': Buffer.byteLength(data,'utf8')
};

var request = client.request('POST', '/', headers);

// listening to the response is optional, I suppose
request.on('response', function(response) {
  response.on('data', function(chunk) {
    // do what you do
  });
  response.on('end', function() {
    // do what you do
  });
});
// you'd also want to listen for errors in production

request.write(data);

request.end();

What you send in the Cookie value should really depend on what you received from the server. Wikipedia's write-up of this stuff is pretty good: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/HTTP_cookie#Cookie_attributes

Removing whitespace between HTML elements when using line breaks

Another solution would be to use unconventional line breaks in places of spaces. This is similar to the first couple answers, and is an alternative way of lining up elements. It also is a super-edge-optimization technique because it replaces spaces in your markup with carriage returns.

<img
src="image1.jpg"><img
src="image2.jpg"><img
src="image3.jpg"><img
src="image4.jpg">

Note that there are no spaces in any of that code. Places where spaces are normally used in HTML are replaced with carriage returns. It's less verbose than both using comments and using whitespace like Paul de Vrieze recommended.

Credit to tech.co for this approach.

How do I import an existing Java keystore (.jks) file into a Java installation?

You can bulk import all aliases from one keystore to another:

keytool -importkeystore -srckeystore source.jks -destkeystore dest.jks

DateTime.ToString() format that can be used in a filename or extension?

Personally I like it this way:

DateTime.Now.ToString("yyyy-MM-dd HH.mm.ss")

Because it distinguishes between the date and the time.

Class JavaLaunchHelper is implemented in both ... libinstrument.dylib. One of the two will be used. Which one is undefined

If you're using IntelliJ & Mac just go to Project structure -> SDK and make sure that there is Java listed but it points to sth like

/Library/Java/JavaVirtualMachines/jdk1.8.0_131.jdk/Contents/Home

Rather than user home...

com.jcraft.jsch.JSchException: UnknownHostKey

It is a security risk to avoid host key checking.

JSch uses HostKeyRepository interface and its default implementation KnownHosts class to manage this. You can provide an alternate implementation that allows specific keys by implementing HostKeyRepository. Or you could keep the keys that you want to allow in a file in the known_hosts format and call

jsch.setKnownHosts(knownHostsFileName);

Or with a public key String as below.

String knownHostPublicKey = "mysite.com ecdsa-sha2-nistp256 AAAAE............/3vplY";
jsch.setKnownHosts(new ByteArrayInputStream(knownHostPublicKey.getBytes()));

see Javadoc for more details.

This would be a more secure solution.

Jsch is open source and you can download the source from here. In the examples folder, look for KnownHosts.java to know more details.

Convert list of dictionaries to a pandas DataFrame

The easiest way I have found to do it is like this:

dict_count = len(dict_list)
df = pd.DataFrame(dict_list[0], index=[0])
for i in range(1,dict_count-1):
    df = df.append(dict_list[i], ignore_index=True)

PHP Excel Header

Just try to add exit; at the end of your PHP script.

What does "publicPath" in Webpack do?

You can use publicPath to point to the location where you want webpack-dev-server to serve its "virtual" files. The publicPath option will be the same location of the content-build option for webpack-dev-server. webpack-dev-server creates virtual files that it will use when you start it. These virtual files resemble the actual bundled files webpack creates. Basically you will want the --content-base option to point to the directory your index.html is in. Here is an example setup:

//application directory structure
/app/
/build/
/build/index.html
/webpack.config.js


//webpack.config.js
var path = require("path");
module.exports = {
...
  output: {
    path: path.resolve(__dirname, "build"),
    publicPath: "/assets/",
    filename: "bundle.js"
  }
};  


//index.html
<!DOCTYPE>
<html>
...
<script src="assets/bundle.js"></script>
</html>

//starting a webpack-dev-server from the command line
$ webpack-dev-server --content-base build 

webpack-dev-server has created a virtual assets folder along with a virtual bundle.js file that it refers to. You can test this by going to localhost:8080/assets/bundle.js then check in your application for these files. They are only generated when you run the webpack-dev-server.

Laravel 5 not finding css files

To fast apply simple regex.

search : href="(.+?)"
replace : href="{{ asset('$1') }}"

and

search : src="(.+?)"
replace : src="{{ asset('$1') }}"

How to do a FULL OUTER JOIN in MySQL?

It is also possible, but you have to mention the same field names in select.

SELECT t1.name, t2.name FROM t1
LEFT JOIN t2 ON t1.id = t2.id
UNION
SELECT t1.name, t2.name FROM t2
LEFT JOIN t1 ON t1.id = t2.id

Easiest way to read/write a file's content in Python

Slow, ugly, platform-specific... but one-liner ;-)

import subprocess

contents = subprocess.Popen('cat %s' % filename, shell = True, stdout = subprocess.PIPE).communicate()[0]

Maven Install on Mac OS X

If you have tried brew install maven and were greeted with missing gcc compiler and some other dependencies, an easier approach is to install sdkman and then run

sdk install maven

(or refer to the latest documentation for the right command)

sdkman is probably over-qualified for the job, but if you deal with multiple versions of SDKs, it's a pretty nice tool to have in general.

Credits to Ammar for the excellent tip

Jquery assiging class to th in a table

You had thead in your selector, but there is no thead in your table. Also you had your selectors backwards. As you mentioned above, you wanted to be adding the tr class to the th, not vice-versa (although your comment seems to contradict what you wrote up above).

$('tr th').each(function(index){     if($('tr td').eq(index).attr('class') != ''){         // get the class of the td         var tdClass = $('tr td').eq(index).attr('class');         // add it to this th         $(this).addClass(tdClass );     } }); 

Fiddle

Add line break to 'git commit -m' from the command line

In Bash/Zsh you can simply use literal line breaks inside quotes:

git commit -m 'Multi-line
commit
message'

ANSI-C quoting also works in Bash/Zsh:

git commit -m $'Multi-line\ncommit\nmessage'

You can also instruct Git to use an editor of your choice to edit the commit message. From the docs on git-commit:

The editor used to edit the commit log message will be chosen from the GIT_EDITOR environment variable, the core.editor configuration variable, the VISUAL environment variable, or the EDITOR environment variable (in that order). See git-var for details.

So to edit your message using nano, for example, you can run:

export GIT_EDITOR=nano
git commit

How do I check that a Java String is not all whitespaces?

Shortest solution I can think of:

if (string.trim().length() > 0) ...

This only checks for (non) white space. If you want to check for particular character classes, you need to use the mighty match() with a regexp such as:

if (string.matches(".*\\w.*")) ...

...which checks for at least one (ASCII) alphanumeric character.

What is the purpose of Looper and how to use it?

Looper allows tasks to be executed sequentially on a single thread. And handler defines those tasks that we need to be executed. It is a typical scenario that I am trying to illustrate in this example:

class SampleLooper extends Thread {
@Override
public void run() {
  try {
    // preparing a looper on current thread     
    // the current thread is being detected implicitly
    Looper.prepare();

    // now, the handler will automatically bind to the
    // Looper that is attached to the current thread
    // You don't need to specify the Looper explicitly
    handler = new Handler();

    // After the following line the thread will start
    // running the message loop and will not normally
    // exit the loop unless a problem happens or you
    // quit() the looper (see below)
    Looper.loop();
  } catch (Throwable t) {
    Log.e(TAG, "halted due to an error", t);
  } 
}
}

Now we can use the handler in some other threads(say ui thread) to post the task on Looper to execute.

handler.post(new Runnable()
{
public void run() {
//This will be executed on thread using Looper.
    }
});

On UI thread we have an implicit Looper that allow us to handle the messages on ui thread.

C# How can I check if a URL exists/is valid?

Following on from the examples already given, I'd say, it's best practice to also wrap the response in a using like this

    public bool IsValidUrl(string url)
    {
         try
         {
             var request = WebRequest.Create(url);
             request.Timeout = 5000;
             request.Method = "HEAD";

             using (var response = (HttpWebResponse)request.GetResponse())
             {
                response.Close();
                return response.StatusCode == HttpStatusCode.OK;
            }
        }
        catch (Exception exception)
        { 
            return false;
        }
   }

PHP Get Highest Value from Array

If you just want the largest value in the array use the max function. This will return the largest value, although not the corresponding key. It does not change the original array.

If you care about the the key you could then do

$key = array_search(max($array), $array)

(Edited to include @binaryLV's suggestion)

Determine if JavaScript value is an "integer"?

Try this:

if(Math.floor(id) == id && $.isNumeric(id)) 
  alert('yes its an int!');

$.isNumeric(id) checks whether it's numeric or not
Math.floor(id) == id will then determine if it's really in integer value and not a float. If it's a float parsing it to int will give a different result than the original value. If it's int both will be the same.

Getting java.net.SocketTimeoutException: Connection timed out in android

I've searched all over the web and after reading lot of docs regarding connection timeout exception, the thing I understood is that, preventing SocketTimeoutException is beyond our limit. One way to effectively handle it is to define a connection timeout and later handle it by using a try-catch block. Hope this will help anyone in future who are facing the same issue.

HttpUrlConnection conn = (HttpURLConnection) url.openConnection();

//set the timeout in milliseconds
conn.setConnectTimeout(7000);

Getting output of system() calls in Ruby

I didn't find this one here so adding it, I had some issues getting the full output.

You can redirect STDERR to STDOUT if you want to capture STDERR using backtick.

output = `grep hosts /private/etc/* 2>&1`

source: http://blog.bigbinary.com/2012/10/18/backtick-system-exec-in-ruby.html

How do you pass view parameters when navigating from an action in JSF2?

Without a nicer solution, what I found to work is simply building my query string in the bean return:

public String submit() {
    // Do something
    return "/page2.xhtml?faces-redirect=true&id=" + id;
}

Not the most flexible of solutions, but seems to work how I want it to.

Also using this approach to clean up the process of building the query string: http://www.warski.org/blog/?p=185

Sending data from HTML form to a Python script in Flask

The form tag needs some attributes set:

  1. action: The URL that the form data is sent to on submit. Generate it with url_for. It can be omitted if the same URL handles showing the form and processing the data.
  2. method="post": Submits the data as form data with the POST method. If not given, or explicitly set to get, the data is submitted in the query string (request.args) with the GET method instead.
  3. enctype="multipart/form-data": When the form contains file inputs, it must have this encoding set, otherwise the files will not be uploaded and Flask won't see them.

The input tag needs a name parameter.

Add a view to handle the submitted data, which is in request.form under the same key as the input's name. Any file inputs will be in request.files.

@app.route('/handle_data', methods=['POST'])
def handle_data():
    projectpath = request.form['projectFilepath']
    # your code
    # return a response

Set the form's action to that view's URL using url_for:

<form action="{{ url_for('handle_data') }}" method="post">
    <input type="text" name="projectFilepath">
    <input type="submit">
</form>

append multiple values for one key in a dictionary

If you want a (almost) one-liner:

from collections import deque

d = {}
deque((d.setdefault(year, []).append(value) for year, value in source_of_data), maxlen=0)

Using dict.setdefault, you can encapsulate the idea of "check if the key already exists and make a new list if not" into a single call. This allows you to write a generator expression which is consumed by deque as efficiently as possible since the queue length is set to zero. The deque will be discarded immediately and the result will be in d.

This is something I just did for fun. I don't recommend using it. There is a time and a place to consume arbitrary iterables through a deque, and this is definitely not it.

Disabled form fields not submitting data

As it was already mentioned: READONLY does not work for <input type='checkbox'> and <select>...</select>.

If you have a Form with disabled checkboxes / selects AND need them to be submitted, you can use jQuery:

$('form').submit(function(e) {
    $(':disabled').each(function(e) {
        $(this).removeAttr('disabled');
    })
});

This code removes the disabled attribute from all elements on submit.

Replace words in a string - Ruby

First, you don't declare the type in Ruby, so you don't need the first string.

To replace a word in string, you do: sentence.gsub(/match/, "replacement").

Create instance of generic type whose constructor requires a parameter?

Most simple solution Activator.CreateInstance<T>()

Cannot ping AWS EC2 instance

A few years late but hopefully this will help someone else...

1) First make sure the EC2 instance has a public IP. If has a Public DNS or Public IP address (circled below) then you should be good. This will be the address you ping. AWS public DNS address

2) Next make sure the Amazon network rules allow Echo Requests. Go to the Security Group for the EC2.

  • right click, select inbound rules
  • A: select Add Rule
  • B: Select Custom ICMP Rule - IPv4
  • C: Select Echo Request
  • D: Select either Anywhere or My IP
  • E: Select Save

Add a Security Group ICMP Rule to allow Pings and Echos

3) Next, Windows firewall blocks inbound Echo requests by default. Allow Echo requests by creating a windows firewall exception...

  • Go to Start and type Windows Firewall with Advanced Security
  • Select inbound rules

Add a Windows Server ICMP Rule to allow Pings and Echos

4) Done! Hopefully you should now be able to ping your server.

Delete all objects in a list

To delete all objects in a list, you can directly write list = []

Here is example:

>>> a = [1, 2, 3]
>>> a
[1, 2, 3]
>>> a = []
>>> a
[]

Just get column names from hive table

you could also do show columns in $table or see Hive, how do I retrieve all the database's tables columns for access to hive metadata

LINQ Using Max() to select a single row

More one example:

Follow:

 qryAux = (from q in qryAux where
            q.OrdSeq == (from pp in Sessao.Query<NameTable>() where pp.FieldPk
            == q.FieldPk select pp.OrdSeq).Max() select q);

Equals:

 select t.*   from nametable t  where t.OrdSeq =
        (select max(t2.OrdSeq) from nametable t2 where t2.FieldPk= t.FieldPk)

How to make an "alias" for a long path?

The preceding answers that I tried do not allow for automatic expansion (autocompletion) of subdirectories of the aliased directory.

However, if you push the directory that you want to alias onto the dirs stack...

$ pushd ~/my/aliased/dir

...you can then type dirs -v to see its numeric position in the stack:

 0  ~/my/aliased/dir
 1  ~/Downloads
 2  /media/usbdrive

and refer to it using that number for most if not all commands that expect a directory parameter:

 $ mv foo.txt ~0  

You can even use Tab to show the immediate subdirectories of the "aliased" directory:

 $ cd ~0/<Tab>
 child_dir1    child_dir2

ssh: Could not resolve hostname [hostname]: nodename nor servname provided, or not known

If you're on Mac, restarting the DNS responder fixed the issue for me.

sudo killall -HUP mDNSResponder

Convert string with comma to integer

You may also want to make sure that your code localizes correctly, or make sure the users are used to the "international" notation. For example, "1,112" actually means different numbers across different countries. In Germany it means the number a little over one, instead of one thousand and something.

Corresponding Wikipedia article is at http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Decimal_mark. It seems to be poorly written at this time though. For example as a Chinese I'm not sure where does these description about thousand separator in China come from.

bootstrap.min.js:6 Uncaught Error: Bootstrap dropdown require Popper.js

I was facing this issue, then I put my dropdown in nav tag. Worked for me that way.

C programming in Visual Studio

Yes, you very well can learn C using Visual Studio.

Visual Studio comes with its own C compiler, which is actually the C++ compiler. Just use the .c file extension to save your source code.

You don't have to be using the IDE to compile C. You can write the source in Notepad, and compile it in command line using Developer Command Prompt which comes with Visual Studio.

Open the Developer Command Prompt, enter the directory you are working in, use the cl command to compile your C code.

For example, cl helloworld.c compiles a file named helloworld.c.

Refer this for more information: Walkthrough: Compiling a C Program on the Command Line

Hope this helps

Ignoring a class property in Entity Framework 4.1 Code First

You can use the NotMapped attribute data annotation to instruct Code-First to exclude a particular property

public class Customer
{
    public int CustomerID { set; get; }
    public string FirstName { set; get; } 
    public string LastName{ set; get; } 
    [NotMapped]
    public int Age { set; get; }
}

[NotMapped] attribute is included in the System.ComponentModel.DataAnnotations namespace.

You can alternatively do this with Fluent API overriding OnModelCreating function in your DBContext class:

protected override void OnModelCreating(DbModelBuilder modelBuilder)
{
   modelBuilder.Entity<Customer>().Ignore(t => t.LastName);
   base.OnModelCreating(modelBuilder);
}

http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/hh295847(v=vs.103).aspx

The version I checked is EF 4.3, which is the latest stable version available when you use NuGet.


Edit : SEP 2017

Asp.NET Core(2.0)

Data annotation

If you are using asp.net core (2.0 at the time of this writing), The [NotMapped] attribute can be used on the property level.

public class Customer
{
    public int Id { set; get; }
    public string FirstName { set; get; } 
    public string LastName { set; get; } 
    [NotMapped]
    public int FullName { set; get; }
}

Fluent API

public class SchoolContext : DbContext
{
    public SchoolContext(DbContextOptions<SchoolContext> options) : base(options)
    {
    }
    protected override void OnModelCreating(ModelBuilder modelBuilder)
    {
        modelBuilder.Entity<Customer>().Ignore(t => t.FullName);
        base.OnModelCreating(modelBuilder);
    }
    public DbSet<Customer> Customers { get; set; }
}

Add Bean Programmatically to Spring Web App Context

Actually AnnotationConfigApplicationContext derived from AbstractApplicationContext, which has empty postProcessBeanFactory method left for override

/**
 * Modify the application context's internal bean factory after its standard
 * initialization. All bean definitions will have been loaded, but no beans
 * will have been instantiated yet. This allows for registering special
 * BeanPostProcessors etc in certain ApplicationContext implementations.
 * @param beanFactory the bean factory used by the application context
 */
protected void postProcessBeanFactory(ConfigurableListableBeanFactory beanFactory) {
}

To leverage this, Create AnnotationConfigApplicationContextProvider class which may look like following(given for Vertx instance example, you can use MyClass instead)...

public class CustomAnnotationApplicationContextProvider {
private final Vertx vertx;

public CustomAnnotationApplicationContextProvider(Vertx vertx) {
    this.vertx = vertx;
}

/**
 * Register all beans to spring bean factory
 *
 * @param beanFactory, spring bean factory to register your instances
 */
private void configureBeans(ConfigurableListableBeanFactory beanFactory) {
    beanFactory.registerSingleton("vertx", vertx);
}

/**
 * Proxy method to create {@link AnnotationConfigApplicationContext} instance with no params
 *
 * @return {@link AnnotationConfigApplicationContext} instance
 */
public AnnotationConfigApplicationContext get() {
    return new AnnotationConfigApplicationContext() {

        @Override
        protected void postProcessBeanFactory(ConfigurableListableBeanFactory beanFactory) {
            super.postProcessBeanFactory(beanFactory);
            configureBeans(beanFactory);
        }
    };
}

/**
 * Proxy method to call {@link AnnotationConfigApplicationContext#AnnotationConfigApplicationContext(DefaultListableBeanFactory)} with our logic
 *
 * @param beanFactory bean factory for spring
 * @return
 * @see AnnotationConfigApplicationContext#AnnotationConfigApplicationContext(DefaultListableBeanFactory)
 */
public AnnotationConfigApplicationContext get(DefaultListableBeanFactory beanFactory) {
    return new AnnotationConfigApplicationContext(beanFactory) {

        @Override
        protected void postProcessBeanFactory(ConfigurableListableBeanFactory beanFactory) {
            super.postProcessBeanFactory(beanFactory);
            configureBeans(beanFactory);
        }
    };
}

/**
 * Proxy method to call {@link AnnotationConfigApplicationContext#AnnotationConfigApplicationContext(Class[])} with our logic
 *
 * @param annotatedClasses, set of annotated classes for spring
 * @return
 * @see AnnotationConfigApplicationContext#AnnotationConfigApplicationContext(Class[])
 */
public AnnotationConfigApplicationContext get(Class<?>... annotatedClasses) {
    return new AnnotationConfigApplicationContext(annotatedClasses) {

        @Override
        protected void postProcessBeanFactory(ConfigurableListableBeanFactory beanFactory) {
            super.postProcessBeanFactory(beanFactory);
            configureBeans(beanFactory);
        }
    };
}

/**
 * proxy method to call {@link AnnotationConfigApplicationContext#AnnotationConfigApplicationContext(String...)} with our logic
 *
 * @param basePackages set of base packages for spring
 * @return
 * @see AnnotationConfigApplicationContext#AnnotationConfigApplicationContext(String...)
 */
public AnnotationConfigApplicationContext get(String... basePackages) {
    return new AnnotationConfigApplicationContext(basePackages) {

        @Override
        protected void postProcessBeanFactory(ConfigurableListableBeanFactory beanFactory) {
            super.postProcessBeanFactory(beanFactory);
            configureBeans(beanFactory);
        }
    };
}
}

While creating ApplicationContext you can create it using

Vertx vertx = ...; // either create or for vertx, it'll be passed to main verticle
ApplicationContext context = new CustomAnnotationApplicationContextProvider(vertx).get(ApplicationSpringConfig.class);

How to get multiline input from user

input(prompt) is basically equivalent to

def input(prompt):
    print(prompt, end='', file=sys.stderr)
    return sys.stdin.readline()

You can read directly from sys.stdin if you like.

lines = sys.stdin.readlines()

lines = [line for line in sys.stdin]

five_lines = list(itertools.islice(sys.stdin, 5))

The first two require that the input end somehow, either by reaching the end of a file or by the user typing Control-D (or Control-Z in Windows) to signal the end. The last one will return after five lines have been read, whether from a file or from the terminal/keyboard.

ReactJS - Does render get called any time "setState" is called?

Does React re-render all components and sub-components every time setState is called?

By default - yes.

There is a method boolean shouldComponentUpdate(object nextProps, object nextState), each component has this method and it's responsible to determine "should component update (run render function)?" every time you change state or pass new props from parent component.

You can write your own implementation of shouldComponentUpdate method for your component, but default implementation always returns true - meaning always re-run render function.

Quote from official docs http://facebook.github.io/react/docs/component-specs.html#updating-shouldcomponentupdate

By default, shouldComponentUpdate always returns true to prevent subtle bugs when the state is mutated in place, but if you are careful to always treat the state as immutable and to read-only from props and state in render() then you can override shouldComponentUpdate with an implementation that compares the old props and state to their replacements.

Next part of your question:

If so, why? I thought the idea was that React only rendered as little as needed - when the state changed.

There are two steps of what we may call "render":

  1. Virtual DOM renders: when render method is called it returns a new virtual dom structure of the component. As I mentioned before, this render method is called always when you call setState(), because shouldComponentUpdate always returns true by default. So, by default, there is no optimization here in React.

  2. Native DOM renders: React changes real DOM nodes in your browser only if they were changed in the Virtual DOM and as little as needed - this is that great React's feature which optimizes real DOM mutation and makes React fast.

Lock screen orientation (Android)

I had a similar problem.

When I entered

<activity android:name="MyActivity" android:screenOrientation="landscape"></activity>

In the manifest file this caused that activity to display in landscape. However when I returned to previous activities they displayed in lanscape even though they were set to portrait. However by adding

setRequestedOrientation(ActivityInfo.SCREEN_ORIENTATION_PORTRAIT);

immediately after the OnCreate section of the target activity resolved the problem. So I now use both methods.

How to set the color of an icon in Angular Material?

Or simply

add to your element

[ngStyle]="{'color': myVariableColor}"

eg

<mat-icon [ngStyle]="{'color': myVariableColor}">{{ getActivityIcon() }}</mat-icon>

Where color can be defined at another component etc

How to check if X server is running?

if [[ $DISPLAY ]]; then 
  …
fi

How to detect when WIFI Connection has been established in Android?

The best that worked for me:

AndroidManifest

<receiver android:name="com.AEDesign.communication.WifiReceiver" >
   <intent-filter android:priority="100">
      <action android:name="android.net.wifi.STATE_CHANGE" />
   </intent-filter>
</receiver>

BroadcastReceiver class

public class WifiReceiver extends BroadcastReceiver {

   @Override
   public void onReceive(Context context, Intent intent) {

      NetworkInfo info = intent.getParcelableExtra(WifiManager.EXTRA_NETWORK_INFO);
      if(info != null && info.isConnected()) {
        // Do your work. 

        // e.g. To check the Network Name or other info:
        WifiManager wifiManager = (WifiManager)context.getSystemService(Context.WIFI_SERVICE);
        WifiInfo wifiInfo = wifiManager.getConnectionInfo();
        String ssid = wifiInfo.getSSID();
      }
   }
}

Permissions

<uses-permission android:name="android.permission.ACCESS_WIFI_STATE"/>
<uses-permission android:name="android.permission.ACCESS_NETWORK_STATE"/>

Execution failed app:processDebugResources Android Studio

aapt is 32 bit so will not execute on a 64 bit box until 32 bit architecture is enabled

dpkg --print-foreign-architectures  #  if prints nothing then below is fix

sudo dpkg --add-architecture i386  #  add a 32 bit architecture to box

sudo apt-get install -y lib32gcc1 libc6-i386 lib32z1 lib32stdc++6

sudo apt-get install -y lib32ncurses5 lib32gomp1 lib32z1-dev

it work for me.

Get connection status on Socket.io client

Track the state of the connection yourself. With a boolean. Set it to false at declaration. Use the various events (connect, disconnect, reconnect, etc.) to reassign the current boolean value. Note: Using undocumented API features (e.g., socket.connected), is not a good idea; the feature could get removed in a subsequent version without the removal being mentioned.

What is the best way to seed a database in Rails?

Updating since these answers are slightly outdated (although some still apply).

Simple feature added in rails 2.3.4, db/seeds.rb

Provides a new rake task

rake db:seed

Good for populating common static records like states, countries, etc...

http://railscasts.com/episodes/179-seed-data

*Note that you can use fixtures if you had already created them to also populate with the db:seed task by putting the following in your seeds.rb file (from the railscast episode):

require 'active_record/fixtures'
Fixtures.create_fixtures("#{Rails.root}/test/fixtures", "operating_systems")

For Rails 3.x use 'ActiveRecord::Fixtures' instead of 'Fixtures' constant

require 'active_record/fixtures'
ActiveRecord::Fixtures.create_fixtures("#{Rails.root}/test/fixtures", "fixtures_file_name")

transform object to array with lodash

Transforming object to array with plain JavaScript's(ECMAScript-2016) Object.values:

_x000D_
_x000D_
var obj = {_x000D_
    22: {name:"John", id:22, friends:[5,31,55], works:{books:[], films:[]}},_x000D_
    12: {name:"Ivan", id:12, friends:[2,44,12], works:{books:[], films:[]}}_x000D_
}_x000D_
_x000D_
var values = Object.values(obj)_x000D_
_x000D_
console.log(values);
_x000D_
_x000D_
_x000D_

If you also want to keep the keys use Object.entries and Array#map like this:

_x000D_
_x000D_
var obj = {_x000D_
    22: {name:"John", id:22, friends:[5,31,55], works:{books:[], films:[]}},_x000D_
    12: {name:"Ivan", id:12, friends:[2,44,12], works:{books:[], films:[]}}_x000D_
}_x000D_
_x000D_
var values = Object.entries(obj).map(([k, v]) => ({[k]: v}))_x000D_
_x000D_
console.log(values);
_x000D_
_x000D_
_x000D_

CodeIgniter: How to get Controller, Action, URL information

Update

The answer was added was in 2015 and the following methods are deprecated now

$this->router->fetch_class();  in favour of  $this->router->class; 
$this->router->fetch_method(); in favour of  $this->router->method;

Hi you should use the following approach

$this->router->fetch_class(); // class = controller
$this->router->fetch_method(); // action

for this purpose but for using this you need to extend your hook from the CI_Controller and it works like a charm, you should not use uri segments

SQL: Group by minimum value in one field while selecting distinct rows

The below query takes the first date for each work order (in a table of showing all status changes):

SELECT
    WORKORDERNUM,
    MIN(DATE)
FROM
    WORKORDERS
WHERE
    DATE >= to_date('2015-01-01','YYYY-MM-DD')
GROUP BY
    WORKORDERNUM

http post - how to send Authorization header?

you need RequestOptions

 let headers = new Headers({'Content-Type': 'application/json'});  
 headers.append('Authorization','Bearer ')
 let options = new RequestOptions({headers: headers});
 return this.http.post(APIname,body,options)
  .map(this.extractData)
  .catch(this.handleError);

for more check this link

Using '<%# Eval("item") %>'; Handling Null Value and showing 0 against

It should work as well

Eval("item") == null?"0": Eval("item");

Very Simple Image Slider/Slideshow with left and right button. No autoplay

<script type="text/javascript">
                    $(document).ready(function(e) {
                        $(".mqimg").mouseover(function()
                        {
                            $("#imgprev").animate({height: "250px",width: "70%",left: "15%"},100).html("<img src='"+$(this).attr('src')+"' width='100%' height='100%' />"); 
                        })
                        $(".mqimg").mouseout(function()
                        {
                            $("#imgprev").animate({height: "0px",width: "0%",left: "50%"},100);
                        })
                    });
                    </script>
                    <style>
                    .mqimg{ cursor:pointer;}
                    </style>
                    <div style="position:relative; width:100%; height:1px; text-align:center;">`enter code here`
                    <div id="imgprev" style="position:absolute; display:block; box-shadow:2px 5px 10px #333; width:70%; height:0px; background:#999; left:15%; bottom:15px; "></div>
<img class='mqimg' src='spppimages/1.jpg' height='100px' />
<img class='mqimg' src='spppimages/2.jpg' height='100px' />
<img class='mqimg' src='spppimages/3.jpg' height='100px' />
<img class='mqimg' src='spppimages/4.jpg' height='100px' />
<img class='mqimg' src='spppimages/5.jpg' height='100px' />

Force table column widths to always be fixed regardless of contents

You can also use percentages, and/or specify in the column headers:

<table width="300">  
  <tr>
    <th width="20%">Column 1</th>
    <th width="20%">Column 2</th>
    <th width="20%">Column 3</th>
    <th width="20%">Column 4</th>
    <th width="20%">Column 5</th>
  </tr>
  <tr>
    <!--- row data -->
  </tr>
</table>

The bonus with percentages is lower code maintenance: you can change your table width without having to re-specify the column widths.

Caveat: It is my understanding that table width specified in pixels isn't supported in HTML 5; you need to use CSS instead.

Deploying Maven project throws java.util.zip.ZipException: invalid LOC header (bad signature)

I'd like to give my give my practice.

Use your preferred IDE, take eclipse for for example here:

  1. Find an appropriate location within the exception stack
  2. Set conditional breakpoint
  3. Debug it
  4. It will print the corrupted jar before exception

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How to compare files from two different branches?

More modern syntax:

git diff ..master path/to/file

The double-dot prefix means "from the current working directory to". You can also say:

  • master.., i.e. the reverse of above. This is the same as master.
  • mybranch..master, explicitly referencing a state other than the current working tree.
  • v2.0.1..master, i.e. referencing a tag.
  • [refspec]..[refspec], basically anything identifiable as a code state to git.

What is difference between 'git reset --hard HEAD~1' and 'git reset --soft HEAD~1'?

Git reset has 5 main modes: soft, mixed, merged, hard, keep. The difference between them is to change or not change head, stage (index), working directory.

Git reset --hard will change head, index and working directory.
Git reset --soft will change head only. No change to index, working directory.

So in other words if you want to undo your commit, --soft should be good enough. But after that you still have the changes from bad commit in your index and working directory. You can modify the files, fix them, add them to index and commit again.

With the --hard, you completely get a clean slate in your project. As if there hasn't been any change from the last commit. If you are sure this is what you want then move forward. But once you do this, you'll lose your last commit completely. (Note: there are still ways to recover the lost commit).

Compilation error: stray ‘\302’ in program etc

With me this error ocurred when I copied and pasted a code in text format to my editor (gedit). The code was in a text document (.odt) and I copied it and pasted it into gedit. If you did the same, you have manually rewrite the code.

Angular.js How to change an elements css class on click and to remove all others

To me it seems like the best solution is to use a directive; there's no need for the controller to know that the view is being updated.

Javascript:

var app = angular.module('app', ['directives']);

angular.module('directives', []).directive('toggleClass', function () {
    var directiveDefinitionObject = {
        restrict: 'A',
        template: '<span ng-click="localFunction()" ng-class="selected"  ng-transclude></span>',
        replace: true,
        scope: {
            model: '='
        },
        transclude: true,
        link: function (scope, element, attrs) {
            scope.localFunction = function () {
                scope.model.value = scope.$id;
            };
            scope.$watch('model.value', function () {
                // Is this set to my scope?
                if (scope.model.value === scope.$id) {
                    scope.selected = "active";
                } else {
                    // nope
                    scope.selected = '';
                }
            });
        }
    };
    return directiveDefinitionObject;
});

HTML:

<div ng-app="app" ng-init="model = { value: 'dsf'}"> <span>Click a span... then click another</span>

<br/>
<br/>
<span toggle-class model="model">span1</span>

<br/><span toggle-class model="model">span2</span>

<br/><span toggle-class model="model">span3</span>

CSS:

.active {
     color:red;
 }

I have a fiddle that demonstrates. The idea is when a directive is clicked, a function is called on the directive that sets a variable to the current scope id. Then each directive also watches the same value. If the scope ID's match, then the current element is set to be active using ng-class.

The reason to use directives, is that you no longer are dependent on a controller. In fact I don't have a controller at all (I do define a variable in the view named "model"). You can then reuse this directive anywhere in your project, not just on one controller.

Differences Between vbLf, vbCrLf & vbCr Constants

The three constants have similar functions nowadays, but different historical origins, and very occasionally you may be required to use one or the other.

You need to think back to the days of old manual typewriters to get the origins of this. There are two distinct actions needed to start a new line of text:

  1. move the typing head back to the left. In practice in a typewriter this is done by moving the roll which carries the paper (the "carriage") all the way back to the right -- the typing head is fixed. This is a carriage return.
  2. move the paper up by the width of one line. This is a line feed.

In computers, these two actions are represented by two different characters - carriage return is CR, ASCII character 13, vbCr; line feed is LF, ASCII character 10, vbLf. In the old days of teletypes and line printers, the printer needed to be sent these two characters -- traditionally in the sequence CRLF -- to start a new line, and so the CRLF combination -- vbCrLf -- became a traditional line ending sequence, in some computing environments.

The problem was, of course, that it made just as much sense to only use one character to mark the line ending, and have the terminal or printer perform both the carriage return and line feed actions automatically. And so before you knew it, we had 3 different valid line endings: LF alone (used in Unix and Macintoshes), CR alone (apparently used in older Mac OSes) and the CRLF combination (used in DOS, and hence in Windows). This in turn led to the complications of DOS / Windows programs having the option of opening files in text mode, where any CRLF pair read from the file was converted to a single CR (and vice versa when writing).

So - to cut a (much too) long story short - there are historical reasons for the existence of the three separate line separators, which are now often irrelevant: and perhaps the best course of action in .NET is to use Environment.NewLine which means someone else has decided for you which to use, and future portability issues should be reduced.

How to completely remove node.js from Windows

In my case, the above alone didn't work. I had installed and uninstalled several versions of nodejs to fix this error: npm in windows Error: EISDIR, read at Error (native) that I kept getting on any npm command I tried to run, including getting the npm version with: npm -v.

So the npm directory was deleted in the nodejs folder and the latest npm version was copied over from the npm dist: and then everything started working.

What does Python's socket.recv() return for non-blocking sockets if no data is received until a timeout occurs?

Just to complete the existing answers, I'd suggest using select instead of nonblocking sockets. The point is that nonblocking sockets complicate stuff (except perhaps sending), so I'd say there is no reason to use them at all. If you regularly have the problem that your app is blocked waiting for IO, I would also consider doing the IO in a separate thread in the background.

Show a message box from a class in c#?

System.Windows.MessageBox.Show("Hello world"); //WPF
System.Windows.Forms.MessageBox.Show("Hello world"); //WinForms

How to convert any Object to String?

I am not getting your question properly but as per your heading, you can convert any type of object to string by using toString() function on a String Object.

how to prevent this error : Warning: mysql_fetch_assoc() expects parameter 1 to be resource, boolean given in ... on line 11

Here's the proper way to do things:

<?PHP
$sql = 'some query...';
$result = mysql_query($q);

if (! $result){
   throw new My_Db_Exception('Database error: ' . mysql_error());
}

while($row = mysql_fetch_assoc($result)){
  //handle rows.
}

Note the check on (! $result) -- if your $result is a boolean, it's certainly false, and it means there was a database error, meaning your query was probably bad.

MacOS Xcode CoreSimulator folder very big. Is it ok to delete content?

That directory is part of your user data and you can delete any user data without affecting Xcode seriously. You can delete the whole CoreSimulator/ directory. Xcode will recreate fresh instances there for you when you do your next simulator run. If you can afford losing any previous simulator data of your apps this is the easy way to get space.

Update: A related useful app is "DevCleaner for Xcode" https://apps.apple.com/app/devcleaner-for-xcode/id1388020431

How to return multiple values?

You can return an object of a Class in Java.

If you are returning more than 1 value that are related, then it makes sense to encapsulate them into a class and then return an object of that class.

If you want to return unrelated values, then you can use Java's built-in container classes like Map, List, Set etc. Check the java.util package's JavaDoc for more details.

One line if/else condition in linux shell scripting

It's not a direct answer to the question but you could just use the OR-operator

( grep "#SystemMaxUse=" journald.conf > /dev/null && sed -i 's/\#SystemMaxUse=/SystemMaxUse=50M/g' journald.conf ) || echo "This file has been edited. You'll need to do it manually."

How to disable <br> tags inside <div> by css?

You could alter your CSS to render them less obtrusively, e.g.

div p,
div br {
    display: inline;
}

http://jsfiddle.net/zG9Ax/

or - as my commenter points out:

div br {
    display: none;
}

but then to achieve the example of what you want, you'll need to trim the p down, so:

div br {
    display: none;
}
div p {
    padding: 0;
    margin: 0;
}

http://jsfiddle.net/zG9Ax/1

Show dialog from fragment?

 public void showAlert(){


     AlertDialog.Builder alertDialog = new AlertDialog.Builder(getActivity());
     LayoutInflater inflater = getActivity().getLayoutInflater();
     View alertDialogView = inflater.inflate(R.layout.test_dialog, null);
     alertDialog.setView(alertDialogView);

     TextView textDialog = (TextView) alertDialogView.findViewById(R.id.text_testDialogMsg);
     textDialog.setText(questionMissing);

     alertDialog.setPositiveButton("Ok", new DialogInterface.OnClickListener() {
         public void onClick(DialogInterface dialog, int which) {
             dialog.cancel();
         }
     });
     alertDialog.show();

}

where .test_dialog is of xml custom

Check if boolean is true?

Both are correct.

You probably have some coding standard in your company - just see to follow it through. If you don't have - you should :)

Xcode process launch failed: Security

If you get this, the app has installed on your device. You have to tap the icon. It will ask you if you really want to run it. Say “yes” and then Build & Run again.

As from iOS 9, it is required to go to Settings ? General ? Device Management ? Developer App ? Trust`.

On some versions of iOS, you will have to go to Settings ? General ? Profile instead.

Sending private messages to user

To send a message to a user you first need a User instance representing the user you want to send the message to.


Obtaining a User instance

  • You can obtain a User instance from a message the user sent by doing message.autor
  • You can obtain a User instance from a user id with client.fetchUser

Once you got a user instance you can send the message with .send

Examples

client.on('message', (msg) => {
 if (!msg.author.bot) msg.author.send('ok ' + msg.author.id);
});
client.fetchUser('487904509670337509', false).then((user) => {
 user.send('heloo');
});

Hibernate: best practice to pull all lazy collections

if you using jpa repository, set properties.put("hibernate.enable_lazy_load_no_trans",true); to jpaPropertymap

How to calculate sum of a formula field in crystal Reports?

You can try like this:

Sum({Tablename.Columnname})

It will work without creating a summarize field in formulae.

Center the content inside a column in Bootstrap 4

2020 : Similar Issue

If your content is a set of buttons that you want to center on a page, then wrap them in a row and use justify-content-center.

Sample code below:

<div class="row justify-content-center">

    <button>Action A</button>
    <button>Action B</button>
    <button>Action C</button> 

</div>

How can I programmatically determine if my app is running in the iphone simulator?

For Swift 4.2 / xCode 10

I created an extension on UIDevice, so I can easily ask for if the simulator is running.

// UIDevice+CheckSimulator.swift

import UIKit

extension UIDevice {

    /// Checks if the current device that runs the app is xCode's simulator
    static func isSimulator() -> Bool {        
        #if targetEnvironment(simulator)
            return true
        #else
            return false
        #endif
    }
}

In my AppDelegate for example I use this method to decide wether registering for remote notification is necessary, which is not possible for the simulator.

// CHECK FOR REAL DEVICE / OR SIMULATOR
if UIDevice.isSimulator() == false {

    // REGISTER FOR SILENT REMOTE NOTIFICATION
    application.registerForRemoteNotifications()
}

Emulate/Simulate iOS in Linux

BrowserStack.com
On this site, you can emulate a lot of iOS's devices online.

What is the PostgreSQL equivalent for ISNULL()

How do I emulate the ISNULL() functionality ?

SELECT (Field IS NULL) FROM ...

Python: 'ModuleNotFoundError' when trying to import module from imported package

FIRST, if you want to be able to access man1.py from man1test.py AND manModules.py from man1.py, you need to properly setup your files as packages and modules.

Packages are a way of structuring Python’s module namespace by using “dotted module names”. For example, the module name A.B designates a submodule named B in a package named A.

...

When importing the package, Python searches through the directories on sys.path looking for the package subdirectory.

The __init__.py files are required to make Python treat the directories as containing packages; this is done to prevent directories with a common name, such as string, from unintentionally hiding valid modules that occur later on the module search path.

You need to set it up to something like this:

man
|- __init__.py
|- Mans
   |- __init__.py
   |- man1.py
|- MansTest
   |- __init.__.py
   |- SoftLib
      |- Soft
         |- __init__.py
         |- SoftWork
            |- __init__.py
            |- manModules.py
      |- Unittests
         |- __init__.py
         |- man1test.py

SECOND, for the "ModuleNotFoundError: No module named 'Soft'" error caused by from ...Mans import man1 in man1test.py, the documented solution to that is to add man1.py to sys.path since Mans is outside the MansTest package. See The Module Search Path from the Python documentation. But if you don't want to modify sys.path directly, you can also modify PYTHONPATH:

sys.path is initialized from these locations:

  • The directory containing the input script (or the current directory when no file is specified).
  • PYTHONPATH (a list of directory names, with the same syntax as the shell variable PATH).
  • The installation-dependent default.

THIRD, for from ...MansTest.SoftLib import Soft which you said "was to facilitate the aforementioned import statement in man1.py", that's now how imports work. If you want to import Soft.SoftLib in man1.py, you have to setup man1.py to find Soft.SoftLib and import it there directly.

With that said, here's how I got it to work.

man1.py:

from Soft.SoftWork.manModules import *
# no change to import statement but need to add Soft to PYTHONPATH

def foo():
    print("called foo in man1.py")
    print("foo call module1 from manModules: " + module1())

man1test.py

# no need for "from ...MansTest.SoftLib import Soft" to facilitate importing..
from ...Mans import man1

man1.foo()

manModules.py

def module1():
    return "module1 in manModules"

Terminal output:

$ python3 -m man.MansTest.Unittests.man1test
Traceback (most recent call last):
  ...
    from ...Mans import man1
  File "/temp/man/Mans/man1.py", line 2, in <module>
    from Soft.SoftWork.manModules import *
ModuleNotFoundError: No module named 'Soft'

$ PYTHONPATH=$PYTHONPATH:/temp/man/MansTest/SoftLib
$ export PYTHONPATH
$ echo $PYTHONPATH
:/temp/man/MansTest/SoftLib
$ python3 -m man.MansTest.Unittests.man1test
called foo in man1.py
foo called module1 from manModules: module1 in manModules 

As a suggestion, maybe re-think the purpose of those SoftLib files. Is it some sort of "bridge" between man1.py and man1test.py? The way your files are setup right now, I don't think it's going to work as you expect it to be. Also, it's a bit confusing for the code-under-test (man1.py) to be importing stuff from under the test folder (MansTest).

ViewBag, ViewData and TempData

ASP.NET MVC offers us three options ViewData, ViewBag, and TempData for passing data from controller to view and in next request. ViewData and ViewBag are almost similar and TempData performs additional responsibility. Lets discuss or get key points on those three objects:

Similarities between ViewBag & ViewData :

  • Helps to maintain data when you move from controller to view.
  • Used to pass data from controller to corresponding view.
  • Short life means value becomes null when redirection occurs. This is because their goal is to provide a way to communicate between controllers and views. It’s a communication mechanism within the server call.

Difference between ViewBag & ViewData:

  • ViewData is a dictionary of objects that is derived from ViewDataDictionary class and accessible using strings as keys.
  • ViewBag is a dynamic property that takes advantage of the new dynamic features in C# 4.0.
  • ViewData requires typecasting for complex data type and check for null values to avoid error.
  • ViewBag doesn’t require typecasting for complex data type.

ViewBag & ViewData Example:

public ActionResult Index()
{
    ViewBag.Name = "Monjurul Habib";
    return View();
}


public ActionResult Index()
{
    ViewData["Name"] = "Monjurul Habib";
    return View();
} 

In View:

@ViewBag.Name 
@ViewData["Name"] 

TempData:

TempData is also a dictionary derived from TempDataDictionary class and stored in short lives session and it is a string key and object value. The difference is that the life cycle of the object. TempData keep the information for the time of an HTTP Request. This mean only from one page to another. This also work with a 302/303 redirection because it’s in the same HTTP Request. Helps to maintain data when you move from one controller to other controller or from one action to other action. In other words when you redirect, “TempData” helps to maintain data between those redirects. It internally uses session variables. Temp data use during the current and subsequent request only means it is use when you are sure that next request will be redirecting to next view. It requires typecasting for complex data type and check for null values to avoid error. Generally used to store only one time messages like error messages, validation messages.

public ActionResult Index()
{
  var model = new Review()
            {
                Body = "Start",
                Rating=5
            };
    TempData["ModelName"] = model;
    return RedirectToAction("About");
}

public ActionResult About()
{
    var model= TempData["ModelName"];
    return View(model);
}

The last mechanism is the Session which work like the ViewData, like a Dictionary that take a string for key and object for value. This one is stored into the client Cookie and can be used for a much more long time. It also need more verification to never have any confidential information. Regarding ViewData or ViewBag you should use it intelligently for application performance. Because each action goes through the whole life cycle of regular asp.net mvc request. You can use ViewData/ViewBag in your child action but be careful that you are not using it to populate the unrelated data which can pollute your controller.

Javascript to stop HTML5 video playback on modal window close

The right answer is : $("#videoContainer")[0].pause();

Is Ruby pass by reference or by value?

In traditional terminology, Ruby is strictly pass-by-value. But that's not really what you're asking here.

Ruby doesn't have any concept of a pure, non-reference value, so you certainly can't pass one to a method. Variables are always references to objects. In order to get an object that won't change out from under you, you need to dup or clone the object you're passed, thus giving an object that nobody else has a reference to. (Even this isn't bulletproof, though — both of the standard cloning methods do a shallow copy, so the instance variables of the clone still point to the same objects that the originals did. If the objects referenced by the ivars mutate, that will still show up in the copy, since it's referencing the same objects.)

Java List.contains(Object with field value equal to x)

Google Guava

If you're using Guava, you can take a functional approach and do the following

FluentIterable.from(list).find(new Predicate<MyObject>() {
   public boolean apply(MyObject input) {
      return "John".equals(input.getName());
   }
}).Any();

which looks a little verbose. However the predicate is an object and you can provide different variants for different searches. Note how the library itself separates the iteration of the collection and the function you wish to apply. You don't have to override equals() for a particular behaviour.

As noted below, the java.util.Stream framework built into Java 8 and later provides something similar.

How can I change the color of AlertDialog title and the color of the line under it

    ForegroundColorSpan foregroundColorSpan = new ForegroundColorSpan(Color.BLACK);

    String title = context.getString(R.string.agreement_popup_message);
    SpannableStringBuilder ssBuilder = new SpannableStringBuilder(title);
    ssBuilder.setSpan(
            foregroundColorSpan,
            0,
            title.length(),
            Spanned.SPAN_EXCLUSIVE_EXCLUSIVE
    );

AlertDialog.Builder alertDialogBuilderUserInput = new AlertDialog.Builder(context);
alertDialogBuilderUserInput.setTitle(ssBuilder)

SqlException: DB2 SQL error: SQLCODE: -302, SQLSTATE: 22001, SQLERRMC: null

To get the definition of the SQL codes, the easiest way is to use db2 cli!

at the unix or dos command prompt, just type

db2 "? SQL302"

this will give you the required explanation of the particular SQL code that you normally see in the java exception or your db2 sql output :)

hope this helped.

get the value of DisplayName attribute

Late to the party I know.

I use this:

public static string GetPropertyDisplayName(PropertyInfo pi)
{
  var dp = pi.GetCustomAttributes(typeof(DisplayNameAttribute), true).Cast<DisplayNameAttribute>().SingleOrDefault();
  return dp != null ? dp.DisplayName : pi.Name;
}

Hope this helps.

Shortcut key for commenting out lines of Python code in Spyder

  • Unblock multi-line comment

    Ctrl+5

  • Multi-line comment

    Ctrl+4

NOTE: For my version of Spyder (3.1.4) if I highlighted the entire multi-line comment and used Ctrl+5 the block remained commented out. Only after highlighting a small portion of the multi-line comment did Ctrl+5 work.

How do I check if a variable exists?

Short variant:

my_var = some_value if 'my_var' not in globals() else my_var:

Self-reference for cell, column and row in worksheet functions

I don't see the need for Indirect, especially for conditional formatting.

The simplest way to self-reference a cell, row or column is to refer to it normally, e.g., "=A1" in cell A1, and make the reference partly or completely relative. For example, in a conditional formatting formula for checking whether there's a value in the first column of various cells' rows, enter the following with A1 highlighted and copy as necessary. The conditional formatting will always refer to column A for the row of each cell:

= $A1 <> ""

Java - Using Accessor and Mutator methods

Let's go over the basics: "Accessor" and "Mutator" are just fancy names fot a getter and a setter. A getter, "Accessor", returns a class's variable or its value. A setter, "Mutator", sets a class variable pointer or its value.

So first you need to set up a class with some variables to get/set:

public class IDCard
{
    private String mName;
    private String mFileName;
    private int mID;

}

But oh no! If you instantiate this class the default values for these variables will be meaningless. B.T.W. "instantiate" is a fancy word for doing:

IDCard test = new IDCard();

So - let's set up a default constructor, this is the method being called when you "instantiate" a class.

public IDCard()
{
    mName = "";
    mFileName = "";
    mID = -1;
}

But what if we do know the values we wanna give our variables? So let's make another constructor, one that takes parameters:

public IDCard(String name, int ID, String filename)
{
    mName = name;
    mID = ID;
    mFileName = filename;
}

Wow - this is nice. But stupid. Because we have no way of accessing (=reading) the values of our variables. So let's add a getter, and while we're at it, add a setter as well:

public String getName()
{
    return mName;
}

public void setName( String name )
{
    mName = name;
}

Nice. Now we can access mName. Add the rest of the accessors and mutators and you're now a certified Java newbie. Good luck.

Detect home button press in android

Since API 14 you can use the function onTrimMemory() and check for the flag TRIM_MEMORY_UI_HIDDEN. This will tell you that your Application is going to the background.

So in your custom Application class you can write something like:

override fun onTrimMemory(level: Int) {
    if (level == TRIM_MEMORY_UI_HIDDEN) {
        // Application going to background, do something
    }
}

For an in-depth study of this, I invite you to read this article: http://www.developerphil.com/no-you-can-not-override-the-home-button-but-you-dont-have-to/

Camera access through browser

I think this one is working. Recording a video or audio;

<input type="file" accept="video/*;capture=camcorder">
<input type="file" accept="audio/*;capture=microphone">

or (new method)

<device type="media" onchange="update(this.data)"></device>
<video autoplay></video>
<script>
  function update(stream) {
    document.querySelector('video').src = stream.url;
  }
</script>

If it is not, probably will work on ios6, more detail can be found at get user media

Any way to select without causing locking in MySQL?

Use

SET TRANSACTION ISOLATION LEVEL READ UNCOMMITTED.

Version 5.0 Docs are here.

Version 5.1 Docs are here.

nginx showing blank PHP pages

Many users fall in this thread expecting to find a solution for blank pages being displayed while using nginx+php-fpm, me being one of them. This is a recap of what I ended up doing after reading many of the answers here plus my own investigations (updated to php7.2):

1) Open /etc/php/7.2/fpm/pool.d/www.conf and check the value of parameter listen.

listen = /var/run/php/php7.2-fpm.sock

2) Parameter listen should match fastcgi_pass parameter in your site configuration file (i,e: /etc/nginx/sites-enabled/default).

fastcgi_pass unix:/var/run/php/php7.2-fpm.sock;

3) Check the file actually exists:

$ file /var/run/php/php7.2-fpm.sock 
/var/run/php/php7.2-fpm.sock: socket

4) If it doesn't exist that means php7.2-fpm is not running, so you need to restart it:

$ sudo /etc/init.d/php7.2-fpm restart
[ ok ] Restarting php7.2-fpm (via systemctl): php7.2-fpm.service.


With regard to the location section in /etc/nginx/sites-enabled/default:

   # pass PHP scripts to FastCGI server
   #
   location ~ \.php$ {
      include snippets/fastcgi-php.conf;

      # With php-fpm (or other unix sockets):
      fastcgi_pass unix:/var/run/php/php7.2-fpm.sock;
   }

Check the file snippets/fastcgi-php.conf exists at location /etc/nginx/:

$ file /etc/nginx/snippets/fastcgi-php.conf
/etc/nginx/snippets/fastcgi-php.conf: ASCII text

This file contains a list of variable definitions required by php7.2-fpm. The variables are defined directly or through an include of a separated file.

 include fastcgi.conf;

This file is located at /etc/nginx/fastcgi.conf and it looks like:

fastcgi_param  QUERY_STRING       $query_string;
fastcgi_param  REQUEST_METHOD     $request_method;
...
fastcgi_param  REDIRECT_STATUS    200;

nginx includes two possible parameter files: fastcgi_params and fastcgi.conf. The difference between both is the definition of variable SCRIPT_FILENAME:

$ diff fastcgi_params fastcgi.conf 
1a2
> fastcgi_param  SCRIPT_FILENAME    $document_root$fastcgi_script_name;

To make a long story short, fastcgi.conf should always work. If for some reason you're set up is using fastcgi_params, you should define SCRIPT_FILENAME:

location ~ \.php$ {
  include snippets/fastcgi-php.conf;

  # With php-fpm (or other unix sockets):
  fastcgi_pass unix:/var/run/php/php7.2-fpm.sock;

  fastcgi_param  SCRIPT_FILENAME    $document_root$fastcgi_script_name;
}

Now reload nginx configuration:

$ sudo nginx -s reload

And check a php file is displayed correctly. For instance:

/var/www/html/test.php

<pre><?php var_export($_SERVER)?></pre>

Where /var/www/html is the path to the document root.

If despite all that, you're still seeing a blank file, make sure your php.ini has short_open_tag enabled (if you're testing a PHP page with short tags).

Python pandas: fill a dataframe row by row

This is a simpler version

import pandas as pd
df = pd.DataFrame(columns=('col1', 'col2', 'col3'))
for i in range(5):
   df.loc[i] = ['<some value for first>','<some value for second>','<some value for third>']`

git ignore vim temporary files

Here is the actual VIM code that generates the swap file extensions:

/* 
 * Change the ".swp" extension to find another file that can be used. 
 * First decrement the last char: ".swo", ".swn", etc. 
 * If that still isn't enough decrement the last but one char: ".svz" 
 * Can happen when editing many "No Name" buffers. 
 */
if (fname[n - 1] == 'a')        /* ".s?a" */
{   
    if (fname[n - 2] == 'a')    /* ".saa": tried enough, give up */
    {   
        EMSG(_("E326: Too many swap files found"));
        vim_free(fname);
        fname = NULL;
        break;  
    }
    --fname[n - 2];             /* ".svz", ".suz", etc. */
    fname[n - 1] = 'z' + 1;
}
--fname[n - 1];                 /* ".swo", ".swn", etc. */

This will generate swap files of the format:

[._]*.s[a-v][a-z]
[._]*.sw[a-p]
[._]s[a-v][a-z]
[._]sw[a-p]

Which is pretty much what is included in github's own gitignore file for VIM.

As others have correctly noted, this .gitignore will also ignore .svg image files and .swf adobe flash files.

Display a loading bar before the entire page is loaded

Use a div #overlay with your loading info / .gif that will cover all your page:

<div id="overlay">
     <img src="loading.gif" alt="Loading" />
     Loading...
</div>

jQuery:

$(window).load(function(){
   // PAGE IS FULLY LOADED  
   // FADE OUT YOUR OVERLAYING DIV
   $('#overlay').fadeOut();
});

Here's an example with a Loading bar:

jsBin demo

  <div id="overlay">
    <div id="progstat"></div>
    <div id="progress"></div>
  </div>

  <div id="container">
    <img src="http://placehold.it/3000x3000/cf5">
  </div>

CSS:

*{margin:0;}
body{ font: 200 16px/1 sans-serif; }
img{ width:32.2%; }

#overlay{
  position:fixed;
  z-index:99999;
  top:0;
  left:0;
  bottom:0;
  right:0;
  background:rgba(0,0,0,0.9);
  transition: 1s 0.4s;
}
#progress{
  height:1px;
  background:#fff;
  position:absolute;
  width:0;                /* will be increased by JS */
  top:50%;
}
#progstat{
  font-size:0.7em;
  letter-spacing: 3px;
  position:absolute;
  top:50%;
  margin-top:-40px;
  width:100%;
  text-align:center;
  color:#fff;
}

JavaScript:

;(function(){
  function id(v){ return document.getElementById(v); }
  function loadbar() {
    var ovrl = id("overlay"),
        prog = id("progress"),
        stat = id("progstat"),
        img = document.images,
        c = 0,
        tot = img.length;
    if(tot == 0) return doneLoading();

    function imgLoaded(){
      c += 1;
      var perc = ((100/tot*c) << 0) +"%";
      prog.style.width = perc;
      stat.innerHTML = "Loading "+ perc;
      if(c===tot) return doneLoading();
    }
    function doneLoading(){
      ovrl.style.opacity = 0;
      setTimeout(function(){ 
        ovrl.style.display = "none";
      }, 1200);
    }
    for(var i=0; i<tot; i++) {
      var tImg     = new Image();
      tImg.onload  = imgLoaded;
      tImg.onerror = imgLoaded;
      tImg.src     = img[i].src;
    }    
  }
  document.addEventListener('DOMContentLoaded', loadbar, false);
}());

Why would someone use WHERE 1=1 AND <conditions> in a SQL clause?

Seems like a lazy way to always know that your WHERE clause is already defined and allow you to keep adding conditions without having to check if it is the first one.

ThreeJS: Remove object from scene

THIS WORKS GREAT - I tested it so, please SET NAME for every object

give the name to the object upon creation

    mesh.name = 'nameMeshObject';

and use this if you have to delete an object

    delete3DOBJ('nameMeshObject');



    function delete3DOBJ(objName){
        var selectedObject = scene.getObjectByName(objName);
        scene.remove( selectedObject );
        animate();
    }

open a new scene , add object open new scene , add object

delete an object and create new delete object and create new

How to extract filename.tar.gz file

A tar.gz is a tar file inside a gzip file, so 1st you must unzip the gzip file with gunzip -d filename.tar.gz , and then use tar to untar it. However, since gunzip says it isn't in gzip format, you can see what format it is in with file filename.tar.gz, and use the appropriate program to open it.

Changing Background Image with CSS3 Animations

This is really fast and dirty, but it gets the job done: jsFiddle

    #img1, #img2, #img3, #img4 {
    width:100%;
    height:100%;
    position:fixed;
    z-index:-1;
    animation-name: test;
    animation-duration: 5s;
    opacity:0;
}
#img2 {
    animation-delay:5s;
    -webkit-animation-delay:5s
}
#img3 {
    animation-delay:10s;
    -webkit-animation-delay:10s
}
#img4 {
    animation-delay:15s;
    -webkit-animation-delay:15s
}

@-webkit-keyframes test {
    0% {
        opacity: 0;
    }
    50% {
        opacity: 1;
    }
    100% {
    }
}
@keyframes test {
    0% {
        opacity: 0;
    }
    50% {
        opacity: 1;
    }
    100% {
    }
}

I'm working on something similar for my site using jQuery, but the transition is triggered when the user scrolls down the page - jsFiddle

Compare two files in Visual Studio

There is also a Visual Studio extension called CompareFiles, which does nothing else but adding the "Compare Files" entry to the solution explorer context menu. It invokes the built-in Visual Studio diff tool.

Just in case that someone (like me) doesn't want to install an all-in-one extension like VSCommands...

How to load a controller from another controller in codeigniter?

Create a helper using the code I created belows and name it controller_helper.php.

Autoload your helper in the autoload.php file under config.

From your method call controller('name') to load the controller.

Note that name is the filename of the controller.

This method will append '_controller' to your controller 'name'. To call a method in the controller just run $this->name_controller->method(); after you load the controller as described above.

<?php

if(!function_exists('controller'))
{
    function controller($name)
    {
        $filename = realpath(__dir__ . '/../controllers/'.$name.'.php');

        if(file_exists($filename))
        {
            require_once $filename;

            $class = ucfirst($name);

            if(class_exists($class))
            {
                $ci =& get_instance();

                if(!isset($ci->{$name.'_controller'}))
                {
                    $ci->{$name.'_controller'} = new $class();
                }
            }
        }
    }
}
?>

Mark error in form using Bootstrap

Can use CSS to show error message only on error.

.form-group.has-error .help-block {
    display: block;
}

.form-group .help-block {
    display: none;
}


<div class="form-group has-error">
  <label class="control-label" for="inputError">Input with error</label>
  <input type="text" class="form-control" id="inputError">
  <span class="help-block">Please correct the error</span>
</div>

Java ArrayList replace at specific index

Lets get array list as ArrayList and new value as value all you need to do is pass the parameters to .set method. ArrayList.set(index,value)

Ex -

ArrayList.set(10,"new value or object")

Disabled UIButton not faded or grey

You can use adjustsImageWhenDisabled which is property of UIButton
(@property (nonatomic) BOOL adjustsImageWhenDisabled)

Ex:

 Button.adjustsImageWhenDisabled = false

bash script use cut command at variable and store result at another variable

The awk solution is what I would use, but if you want to understand your problems with bash, here is a revised version of your script.

#!/bin/bash -vx

##config file with ip addresses like 10.10.10.1:80
file=config.txt

while read line ; do
  ##this line is not correct, should strip :port and store to ip var
  ip=$( echo "$line" |cut -d\: -f1 )
  ping $ip
done < ${file}

You could write your top line as

for line in $(cat $file) ; do ...

(but not recommended).

You needed command substitution $( ... ) to get the value assigned to $ip

reading lines from a file is usually considered more efficient with the while read line ... done < ${file} pattern.

I hope this helps.

Compare object instances for equality by their attributes

Instance of a class when compared with == comes to non-equal. The best way is to ass the cmp function to your class which will do the stuff.

If you want to do comparison by the content you can simply use cmp(obj1,obj2)

In your case cmp(doc1,doc2) It will return -1 if the content wise they are same.

Setting the value of checkbox to true or false with jQuery

UPDATED: Using prop instead of attr

 <input type="checkbox" name="vehicle" id="vehicleChkBox" value="FALSE"/>

 $('#vehicleChkBox').change(function(){
     cb = $(this);
     cb.val(cb.prop('checked'));
 });

OUT OF DATE:

Here is the jsfiddle

<input type="checkbox" name="vehicle" id="vehicleChkBox" value="FALSE" />

$('#vehicleChkBox').change(function(){
     if($(this).attr('checked')){
          $(this).val('TRUE');
     }else{
          $(this).val('FALSE');
     }
});

How to resolve ORA-011033: ORACLE initialization or shutdown in progress

The issue can also be due to lack of hard drive space. The installation will succeed but on startup, oracle won't be able to create the required files and will fail with the same above error message.

Python: finding lowest integer

You have strings in the list and you are comparing them with the number 100.0.

How can I set an SQL Server connection string?

They are a number of things to worry about when connecting to SQL Server on another machine.

  • Host/IP address of the machine
  • Initial catalog (database name)
  • Valid username/password

Very often SQL Server may be running as a default instance which means you can simply specify the hostname/IP address, but you may encounter a scenario where it is running as a named instance (SQL Server Express Edition for instance). In this scenario you'll have to specify the hostname/instance name.

m2eclipse not finding maven dependencies, artifacts not found

I had problems with using m2eclipse (i.e. it did not appear to be installed at all) but I develop a project using IAM - maven plugin for eclipse supported by Eclipse Foundation (or hosted or something like that).

I had sometimes problems as sometimes some strange error appeared for project (it couldn't move something) but simple command (run from eclipse as task or from console) + refresh (F5) solved all problems:

mvn clean

However please note that I created project in eclipse. However I modified pom.xml by hand.

How to upgrade glibc from version 2.13 to 2.15 on Debian?

Your script contains errors as well, for example if you have dos2unix installed your install works but if you don't like I did then it will fail with dependency issues.

I found this by accident as I was making a script file of this to give to my friend who is new to Linux and because I made the scripts on windows I directed him to install it, at the time I did not have dos2unix installed thus I got errors.

here is a copy of the script I made for your solution but have dos2unix installed.

#!/bin/sh
echo "deb http://ftp.debian.org/debian sid main" >> /etc/apt/sources.list
apt-get update
apt-get -t sid install libc6 libc6-dev libc6-dbg
echo "Please remember to hash out sid main from your sources list. /etc/apt/sources.list"

this script has been tested on 3 machines with no errors.

how does int main() and void main() work

Neither main() or void main() are standard C. The former is allowed as it has an implicit int return value, making it the same as int main(). The purpose of main's return value is to return an exit status to the operating system.

In standard C, the only valid signatures for main are:

int main(void)

and

int main(int argc, char **argv)

The form you're using: int main() is an old style declaration that indicates main takes an unspecified number of arguments. Don't use it - choose one of those above.

Mapping object to dictionary and vice versa

Reflection can take you from an object to a dictionary by iterating over the properties.

To go the other way, you'll have to use a dynamic ExpandoObject (which, in fact, already inherits from IDictionary, and so has done this for you) in C#, unless you can infer the type from the collection of entries in the dictionary somehow.

So, if you're in .NET 4.0 land, use an ExpandoObject, otherwise you've got a lot of work to do...

Can't start Tomcat as Windows Service

I had the similar issue, But installing tomcat 32bit and jdk 32 bit worked, This happens mostly because of mismatch Bit.

How to use <DllImport> in VB.NET?

I saw in getwindowtext (user32) on pinvoke.net that you can place a MarshalAs statement to state that the StringBuffer is equivalent to LPSTR.

<DllImport("user32.dll", SetLastError:=True, CharSet:=CharSet.Ansi)> _
Public Function GetWindowText(hwnd As IntPtr, <MarshalAs(UnManagedType.LPStr)>lpString As System.Text.StringBuilder, cch As Integer) As Integer
End Function

Promise.all().then() resolve?

Today NodeJS supports new async/await syntax. This is an easy syntax and makes the life much easier

async function process(promises) { // must be an async function
    let x = await Promise.all(promises);  // now x will be an array
    x = x.map( tmp => tmp * 10);              // proccessing the data.
}

const promises = [
   new Promise(resolve => setTimeout(resolve, 0, 1)),
   new Promise(resolve => setTimeout(resolve, 0, 2))
];

process(promises)

Learn more:

HTML5: Slider with two inputs possible?

The question was: "Is it possible to make a HTML5 slider with two input values, for example to select a price range? If so, how can it be done?"

Ten years ago the answer was probably 'No'. However, times have changed. In 2020 it is finally possible to create a fully accessible, native, non-jquery HTML5 slider with two thumbs for price ranges. If found this posted after I already created this solution and I thought that it would be nice to share my implementation here.

This implementation has been tested on mobile Chrome and Firefox (Android) and Chrome and Firefox (Linux). I am not sure about other platforms, but it should be quite good. I would love to get your feedback and improve this solution.

This solution allows multiple instances on one page and it consists of just two inputs (each) with descriptive labels for screen readers. You can set the thumb size in the amount of grid labels. Also, you can use touch, keyboard and mouse to interact with the slider. The value is updated during adjustment, due to the 'on input' event listener.

My first approach was to overlay the sliders and clip them. However, that resulted in complex code with a lot of browser dependencies. Then I recreated the solution with two sliders that were 'inline'. This is the solution you will find below.

_x000D_
_x000D_
var thumbsize = 14;

function draw(slider,splitvalue) {

    /* set function vars */
    var min = slider.querySelector('.min');
    var max = slider.querySelector('.max');
    var lower = slider.querySelector('.lower');
    var upper = slider.querySelector('.upper');
    var legend = slider.querySelector('.legend');
    var thumbsize = parseInt(slider.getAttribute('data-thumbsize'));
    var rangewidth = parseInt(slider.getAttribute('data-rangewidth'));
    var rangemin = parseInt(slider.getAttribute('data-rangemin'));
    var rangemax = parseInt(slider.getAttribute('data-rangemax'));

    /* set min and max attributes */
    min.setAttribute('max',splitvalue);
    max.setAttribute('min',splitvalue);

    /* set css */
    min.style.width = parseInt(thumbsize + ((splitvalue - rangemin)/(rangemax - rangemin))*(rangewidth - (2*thumbsize)))+'px';
    max.style.width = parseInt(thumbsize + ((rangemax - splitvalue)/(rangemax - rangemin))*(rangewidth - (2*thumbsize)))+'px';
    min.style.left = '0px';
    max.style.left = parseInt(min.style.width)+'px';
    min.style.top = lower.offsetHeight+'px';
    max.style.top = lower.offsetHeight+'px';
    legend.style.marginTop = min.offsetHeight+'px';
    slider.style.height = (lower.offsetHeight + min.offsetHeight + legend.offsetHeight)+'px';
    
    /* correct for 1 off at the end */
    if(max.value>(rangemax - 1)) max.setAttribute('data-value',rangemax);

    /* write value and labels */
    max.value = max.getAttribute('data-value'); 
    min.value = min.getAttribute('data-value');
    lower.innerHTML = min.getAttribute('data-value');
    upper.innerHTML = max.getAttribute('data-value');

}

function init(slider) {
    /* set function vars */
    var min = slider.querySelector('.min');
    var max = slider.querySelector('.max');
    var rangemin = parseInt(min.getAttribute('min'));
    var rangemax = parseInt(max.getAttribute('max'));
    var avgvalue = (rangemin + rangemax)/2;
    var legendnum = slider.getAttribute('data-legendnum');

    /* set data-values */
    min.setAttribute('data-value',rangemin);
    max.setAttribute('data-value',rangemax);
    
    /* set data vars */
    slider.setAttribute('data-rangemin',rangemin); 
    slider.setAttribute('data-rangemax',rangemax); 
    slider.setAttribute('data-thumbsize',thumbsize); 
    slider.setAttribute('data-rangewidth',slider.offsetWidth);

    /* write labels */
    var lower = document.createElement('span');
    var upper = document.createElement('span');
    lower.classList.add('lower','value');
    upper.classList.add('upper','value');
    lower.appendChild(document.createTextNode(rangemin));
    upper.appendChild(document.createTextNode(rangemax));
    slider.insertBefore(lower,min.previousElementSibling);
    slider.insertBefore(upper,min.previousElementSibling);
    
    /* write legend */
    var legend = document.createElement('div');
    legend.classList.add('legend');
    var legendvalues = [];
    for (var i = 0; i < legendnum; i++) {
        legendvalues[i] = document.createElement('div');
        var val = Math.round(rangemin+(i/(legendnum-1))*(rangemax - rangemin));
        legendvalues[i].appendChild(document.createTextNode(val));
        legend.appendChild(legendvalues[i]);

    } 
    slider.appendChild(legend);

    /* draw */
    draw(slider,avgvalue);

    /* events */
    min.addEventListener("input", function() {update(min);});
    max.addEventListener("input", function() {update(max);});
}

function update(el){
    /* set function vars */
    var slider = el.parentElement;
    var min = slider.querySelector('#min');
    var max = slider.querySelector('#max');
    var minvalue = Math.floor(min.value);
    var maxvalue = Math.floor(max.value);
    
    /* set inactive values before draw */
    min.setAttribute('data-value',minvalue);
    max.setAttribute('data-value',maxvalue);

    var avgvalue = (minvalue + maxvalue)/2;

    /* draw */
    draw(slider,avgvalue);
}

var sliders = document.querySelectorAll('.min-max-slider');
sliders.forEach( function(slider) {
    init(slider);
});
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* {padding: 0; margin: 0;}
body {padding: 40px;}

.min-max-slider {position: relative; width: 200px; text-align: center; margin-bottom: 50px;}
.min-max-slider > label {display: none;}
span.value {height: 1.7em; font-weight: bold; display: inline-block;}
span.value.lower::before {content: "€"; display: inline-block;}
span.value.upper::before {content: "- €"; display: inline-block; margin-left: 0.4em;}
.min-max-slider > .legend {display: flex; justify-content: space-between;}
.min-max-slider > .legend > * {font-size: small; opacity: 0.25;}
.min-max-slider > input {cursor: pointer; position: absolute;}

/* webkit specific styling */
.min-max-slider > input {
  -webkit-appearance: none;
  outline: none!important;
  background: transparent;
  background-image: linear-gradient(to bottom, transparent 0%, transparent 30%, silver 30%, silver 60%, transparent 60%, transparent 100%);
}
.min-max-slider > input::-webkit-slider-thumb {
  -webkit-appearance: none; /* Override default look */
  appearance: none;
  width: 14px; /* Set a specific slider handle width */
  height: 14px; /* Slider handle height */
  background: #eee; /* Green background */
  cursor: pointer; /* Cursor on hover */
  border: 1px solid gray;
  border-radius: 100%;
}
.min-max-slider > input::-webkit-slider-runnable-track {cursor: pointer;}
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<div class="min-max-slider" data-legendnum="2">
    <label for="min">Minimum price</label>
    <input id="min" class="min" name="min" type="range" step="1" min="0" max="3000" />
    <label for="max">Maximum price</label>
    <input id="max" class="max" name="max" type="range" step="1" min="0" max="3000" />
</div>
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Note that you should keep the step size to 1 to prevent the values to change due to redraws/redraw bugs.

View online at: https://codepen.io/joosts/pen/rNLdxvK

Count table rows

Just do a

SELECT COUNT(*) FROM table;

You can specify conditions with a Where after that

SELECT COUNT(*) FROM table WHERE eye_color='brown';

send checkbox value in PHP form

replace:

$name = $_POST['name']; 
$email_address = $_POST['email']; 
$message = $_POST['tel']; 

with:

$name = $_POST['name']; 
$email_address = $_POST['email']; 
$message = $_POST['tel'];
if (isset($_POST['newsletter'])) {
  $checkBoxValue = "yes";
} else {
  $checkBoxValue = "no";
}

then replace this line of code:

$email_body = "You have received a new message. ".
    " Here are the details:\n Name: $name \n Email: $email_address \n Tel \n $message\n Newsletter \n $newsletter"

with:

$email_body = "You have received a new message. ".
    " Here are the details:\n Name: $name \n Email: $email_address \n Tel \n $message\n Newsletter \n $newsletter";

When increasing the size of VARCHAR column on a large table could there be any problems?

Another reason why you should avoid converting the column to varchar(max) is because you cannot create an index on a varchar(max) column.

converting epoch time with milliseconds to datetime

those are miliseconds, just divide them by 1000, since gmtime expects seconds ...

time.strftime('%Y-%m-%d %H:%M:%S', time.gmtime(1236472051807/1000.0))

What exactly does stringstream do?

You entered an alphanumeric and int, blank delimited in mystr.

You then tried to convert the first token (blank delimited) into an int.

The first token was RS which failed to convert to int, leaving a zero for myprice, and we all know what zero times anything yields.

When you only entered int values the second time, everything worked as you expected.

It was the spurious RS that caused your code to fail.

typescript: error TS2693: 'Promise' only refers to a type, but is being used as a value here

I had the same problem and this saved me from the problem in second:

write in console this:

npm i --save bluebird
npm i --save-dev @types/bluebird @types/[email protected]

in the file where the problem is copy paste this:

import * as Promise from 'bluebird';

How to send objects through bundle

another simple way to pass object using a bundle:

  • in the class object, create a static list or another data structure with a key
  • when you create the object, put it in the list/data structure with the key (es. the long timestamp when the object is created)
  • create the method static getObject(long key) to get the object from the list
  • in the bundle pass the key, so you can get the object later from another point in the code

How to set the holo dark theme in a Android app?

In your application android manifest file, under the application tag you can try several of these themes.

Replace

<application
    android:theme="@style/AppTheme" >

with different themes defined by the android system. They can be like:-

android:theme="@android:style/Theme.Black"
android:theme="@android:style/Theme.DeviceDefault"
android:theme="@android:style/Theme.DeviceDefault.Dialog"
android:theme="@android:style/Theme.Holo"
android:theme="@android:style/Theme.Translucent"

Each of these themes will have a different effect on your application like the DeviceDefault.Dialog will make your application look like a dialog box. You should try more of these. You can have a look from the android sdk or simply use auto complete in Eclipse IDE to explore the various available options.

A correct way to define your own theme would be to edit the styles.xml file present in the resources folder of your application.

How do I pretty-print existing JSON data with Java?

Use gson. https://www.mkyong.com/java/how-to-enable-pretty-print-json-output-gson/

Gson gson = new GsonBuilder().setPrettyPrinting().create();
String json = gson.toJson(my_bean);

output

{
  "name": "mkyong",
  "age": 35,
  "position": "Founder",
  "salary": 10000,
  "skills": [
    "java",
    "python",
    "shell"
  ]
}

Pass command parameter to method in ViewModel in WPF?

"ViewModel" implies MVVM. If you're doing MVVM you shouldn't be passing views into your view models. Typically you do something like this in your XAML:

<Button Content="Edit" 
        Command="{Binding EditCommand}"
        CommandParameter="{Binding ViewModelItem}" >

And then this in your view model:

private ViewModelItemType _ViewModelItem;
public ViewModelItemType ViewModelItem
{
    get
    {
        return this._ViewModelItem;
    }
    set
    {
        this._ViewModelItem = value;
        RaisePropertyChanged(() => this.ViewModelItem);
    }
}

public ICommand EditCommand { get { return new RelayCommand<ViewModelItemType>(OnEdit); } }
private void OnEdit(ViewModelItemType itemToEdit)
{
    ... do something here...
}

Obviously this is just to illustrate the point, if you only had one property to edit called ViewModelItem then you wouldn't need to pass it in as a command parameter.

IO Error: The Network Adapter could not establish the connection

I figured out that in my case, my database was in different subnet than the subnet from where i was trying to access the db.

MySQL how to join tables on two fields

JOIN t2 ON t1.id=t2.id AND t1.date=t2.date

Search text in fields in every table of a MySQL database

MySQL Workbench

Here are some instructions.

Download and install MSQL Workbench.

https://www.mysql.com/products/workbench/

When installing, it might require you to install Visual Studio C++ Redistributable. You can get it here:

https://support.microsoft.com/en-us/help/2977003/the-latest-supported-visual-c-downloads

x64: vc_redist.x64.exe (for 64 bit Windows)

When you open MySQL Workbench, you will have to enter your host name, user and password.

There is a Schemas tab on the side menu bar, click on the Schemas tab, then double click on a database to select the database you want to search.

Then go to menu Database - Search Data, and enter the text you are searching for, click on Start Search.

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HeidiSql

Download and install HeidiSql https://www.heidisql.com/download.php

Enter your hostname, user and password.

Hit Ctrl+Shift+F to search text.

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Java GUI frameworks. What to choose? Swing, SWT, AWT, SwingX, JGoodies, JavaFX, Apache Pivot?

SWT by itself is pretty low-level, and it uses the platform's native widgets through JNI. It is not related to Swing and AWT at all. The Eclipse IDE and all Eclipse-based Rich Client Applications, like the Vuze BitTorrent client, are built using SWT. Also, if you are developing Eclipse plugins, you will typically use SWT.
I have been developing Eclipse-based applications and plugins for almost 5 years now, so I'm clearly biased. However, I also have extensive experience in working with SWT and the JFace UI toolkit, which is built on top of it. I have found JFace to be very rich and powerful; in some cases it might even be the main reason for choosing SWT. It enables you to whip up a working UI quite quickly, as long as it is IDE-like (with tables, trees, native controls, etc). Of course you can integrate your custom controls as well, but that takes some extra effort.

How do I add slashes to a string in Javascript?

if (!String.prototype.hasOwnProperty('addSlashes')) {
    String.prototype.addSlashes = function() {
        return this.replace(/&/g, '&amp;') /* This MUST be the 1st replacement. */
             .replace(/'/g, '&apos;') /* The 4 other predefined entities, required. */
             .replace(/"/g, '&quot;')
             .replace(/\\/g, '\\\\')
             .replace(/</g, '&lt;')
             .replace(/>/g, '&gt;').replace(/\u0000/g, '\\0');
        }
}

Usage: alert(str.addSlashes());

ref: https://stackoverflow.com/a/9756789/3584667

RGB to hex and hex to RGB

ECMAScript 6 version of Tim Down's answer

Converting RGB to hex

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const rgbToHex = (r, g, b) => '#' + [r, g, b].map(x => {_x000D_
  const hex = x.toString(16)_x000D_
  return hex.length === 1 ? '0' + hex : hex_x000D_
}).join('')_x000D_
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console.log(rgbToHex(0, 51, 255)); // '#0033ff'
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Converting hex to RGB

Returns an array [r, g, b]. Works also with shorthand hex triplets such as "#03F".

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  hex.replace(/^#?([a-f\d])([a-f\d])([a-f\d])$/i_x000D_
             ,(m, r, g, b) => '#' + r + r + g + g + b + b)_x000D_
    .substring(1).match(/.{2}/g)_x000D_
    .map(x => parseInt(x, 16))_x000D_
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console.log(hexToRgb("#0033ff")) // [0, 51, 255]_x000D_
console.log(hexToRgb("#03f")) // [0, 51, 255]
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Bonus: RGB to hex using padStart() method

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  .map(x => x.toString(16).padStart(2, '0')).join('')_x000D_
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console.log(rgbToHex(0, 51, 255)); // '#0033ff'
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Note that this answer uses latest ECMAScript features, which are not supported in older browsers. If you want this code to work in all environments, you should use Babel to compile your code.

What does 'wb' mean in this code, using Python?

That is the mode with which you are opening the file. "wb" means that you are writing to the file (w), and that you are writing in binary mode (b).

Check out the documentation for more: clicky

Android: View.setID(int id) programmatically - how to avoid ID conflicts?

The 'Compat' library now also supports the generateViewId() method for API levels prior 17.

Just make sure to use a version of the Compat library that is 27.1.0+

For example, in your build.gradle file, put :

implementation 'com.android.support:appcompat-v7:27.1.1

Then you can simply use the generateViewId() from the ViewCompat class instead of the View class as follow:

//Will assign a unique ID myView.id = ViewCompat.generateViewId()

Happy coding !

Loading cross-domain endpoint with AJAX

jQuery Ajax Notes

  • Due to browser security restrictions, most Ajax requests are subject to the same origin policy; the request can not successfully retrieve data from a different domain, subdomain, port, or protocol.
  • Script and JSONP requests are not subject to the same origin policy restrictions.

There are some ways to overcome the cross-domain barrier:

There are some plugins that help with cross-domain requests:

Heads up!

The best way to overcome this problem, is by creating your own proxy in the back-end, so that your proxy will point to the services in other domains, because in the back-end not exists the same origin policy restriction. But if you can't do that in back-end, then pay attention to the following tips.


Warning!

Using third-party proxies is not a secure practice, because they can keep track of your data, so it can be used with public information, but never with private data.


The code examples shown below use jQuery.get() and jQuery.getJSON(), both are shorthand methods of jQuery.ajax()


CORS Anywhere

CORS Anywhere is a node.js proxy which adds CORS headers to the proxied request.
To use the API, just prefix the URL with the API URL. (Supports https: see github repository)

If you want to automatically enable cross-domain requests when needed, use the following snippet:

$.ajaxPrefilter( function (options) {
  if (options.crossDomain && jQuery.support.cors) {
    var http = (window.location.protocol === 'http:' ? 'http:' : 'https:');
    options.url = http + '//cors-anywhere.herokuapp.com/' + options.url;
    //options.url = "http://cors.corsproxy.io/url=" + options.url;
  }
});

$.get(
    'http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cross-origin_resource_sharing',
    function (response) {
        console.log("> ", response);
        $("#viewer").html(response);
});


Whatever Origin

Whatever Origin is a cross domain jsonp access. This is an open source alternative to anyorigin.com.

To fetch the data from google.com, you can use this snippet:

// It is good specify the charset you expect.
// You can use the charset you want instead of utf-8.
// See details for scriptCharset and contentType options: 
// http://api.jquery.com/jQuery.ajax/#jQuery-ajax-settings
$.ajaxSetup({
    scriptCharset: "utf-8", //or "ISO-8859-1"
    contentType: "application/json; charset=utf-8"
});

$.getJSON('http://whateverorigin.org/get?url=' + 
    encodeURIComponent('http://google.com') + '&callback=?',
    function (data) {
        console.log("> ", data);

        //If the expected response is text/plain
        $("#viewer").html(data.contents);

        //If the expected response is JSON
        //var response = $.parseJSON(data.contents);
});


CORS Proxy

CORS Proxy is a simple node.js proxy to enable CORS request for any website. It allows javascript code on your site to access resources on other domains that would normally be blocked due to the same-origin policy.

How does it work? CORS Proxy takes advantage of Cross-Origin Resource Sharing, which is a feature that was added along with HTML 5. Servers can specify that they want browsers to allow other websites to request resources they host. CORS Proxy is simply an HTTP Proxy that adds a header to responses saying "anyone can request this".

This is another way to achieve the goal (see www.corsproxy.com). All you have to do is strip http:// and www. from the URL being proxied, and prepend the URL with www.corsproxy.com/

$.get(
    'http://www.corsproxy.com/' +
    'en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cross-origin_resource_sharing',
    function (response) {
        console.log("> ", response);
        $("#viewer").html(response);
});


CORS proxy browser

Recently I found this one, it involves various security oriented Cross Origin Remote Sharing utilities. But it is a black-box with Flash as backend.

You can see it in action here: CORS proxy browser
Get the source code on GitHub: koto/cors-proxy-browser

How to create python bytes object from long hex string?

You can do this with the hex codec. ie:

>>> s='000000000000484240FA063DE5D0B744ADBED63A81FAEA390000C8428640A43D5005BD44'
>>> s.decode('hex')
'\x00\x00\x00\x00\x00\x00HB@\xfa\x06=\xe5\xd0\xb7D\xad\xbe\xd6:\x81\xfa\xea9\x00\x00\xc8B\x86@\xa4=P\x05\xbdD'

jquery select element by xpath

If you are debugging or similar - In chrome developer tools, you can simply use

$x('/html/.//div[@id="text"]')

Compare dates with javascript

The best way is,

var first = '2012-11-21';
var second = '2012-11-03';

if (new Date(first) > new Date(second) {
    .....
}

How to force a list to be vertical using html css

CSS

li {
   display: inline-block;
}

Works for me also.

How do I detect IE 8 with jQuery?

Assuming...

  • ...that it's the crunky rendering engine of old versions of IE you're interested in detecting, to make a style look right in old IE (otherwise, use feature detection)
  • ...that you can't just add conditional comments to the HTML - e.g. for JS plugins that can be applied to any page (otherwise, just do the trick of conditional classes on <body> or <html>)

...then this is probably the best trick (based on this non-jQuery, slightly less flexible variant). It creates then tests for then removes an appropriate conditional comment.

(Conditional comments are ignored in IE10+ 'standards mode' - but that should be fine since IE10+ 'standards mode' doesn't have a crazy rendering engine!)

Drop in this function:

function isIE( version, comparison ){
    var $div = $('<div style="display:none;"/>');

    // Don't chain these, in IE8 chaining stops some versions of jQuery writing the conditional comment properly
    $div.appendTo($('body'));
    $div.html('<!--[if '+(comparison||'')+' IE '+(version||'')+']><a>&nbsp;</a><![endif]-->');

    var ieTest = $div.find('a').length;
    $div.remove();
    return ieTest;
}

Then use it like this:

if(isIE()){ /* runs in all versions of IE after 4 before standards-mode 10 */ }

if(isIE(8)){ /* runs in IE8 */ }

if(isIE(9)){ /* runs in IE9 */ }

if(isIE(8,'lte')){ /* runs in IE8 or below */ }

if(isIE(6,'lte')){ /* if you need this, I pity you... */ }

I'd also suggest caching the results of this function so you don't have to repeat it. For example, you could use the string (comparison||'')+' IE '+(version||'') as a key to store and check for the result of this test in an object somewhere.

How to access a dictionary element in a Django template?

choices = {'key1':'val1', 'key2':'val2'}

Here's the template:

<ul>
{% for key, value in choices.items %} 
  <li>{{key}} - {{value}}</li>
{% endfor %}
</ul>

Basically, .items is a Django keyword that splits a dictionary into a list of (key, value) pairs, much like the Python method .items(). This enables iteration over a dictionary in a Django template.