# Programs & Examples On #Pseudocode

Pseudocode is a compact and informal high-level description of a computer programming algorithm. It represents the code and may look similar to the code or code constructs, but it isn't actual code. It is a representation of the code or code construct.

### Quicksort: Choosing the pivot

Quick sort's complexity varies greatly with the selection of pivot value. for example if you always choose first element as an pivot, algorithm's complexity becomes as worst as O(n^2). here is an smart method to choose pivot element- 1. choose the first, mid, last element of the array. 2. compare these three numbers and find the number which is greater than one and smaller than other i.e. median. 3. make this element as pivot element.

choosing the pivot by this method splits the array in nearly two half and hence the complexity reduces to O(nlog(n)).

### Find the paths between two given nodes?

What you're trying to do is essentially to find a path between two vertices in a (directed?) graph check out Dijkstra's algorithm if you need shortest path or write a simple recursive function if you need whatever paths exist.

### Java balanced expressions check {[()]}

``````    import java.io.IOException;
import java.util.ArrayList;
import java.util.List;
import java.util.Scanner;
import java.util.Stack;
public class BalancedParenthesisWithStack {

/*This is purely Java Stack based solutions without using additonal
data structure like array/Map */

public static void main(String[] args) throws IOException {

Scanner sc = new Scanner(System.in);

/*Take list of String inputs (parenthesis expressions both valid and
invalid from console*/

List<String> inputs=new ArrayList<>();
while (sc.hasNext()) {

String input=sc.next();

}

//For every input in above list display whether it is valid or
//invalid parenthesis expression

for(String input:inputs){

System.out.println("\nisBalancedParenthesis:"+isBalancedParenthesis
(input));
}
}

//This method identifies whether expression is valid parenthesis or not

public static boolean isBalancedParenthesis(String expression){

//sequence of opening parenthesis according to its precedence
//i.e. '[' has higher precedence than '{' or '('
String openingParenthesis="[{(";

//sequence of closing parenthesis according to its precedence
String closingParenthesis=")}]";

//Stack will be pushed on opening parenthesis and popped on closing.
Stack<Character> parenthesisStack=new Stack<>();

/*For expression to be valid :
CHECK :
2. precedence of parenthesis  should be proper (eg. "{[" invalid
"[{(" valid  )

3. matching pair if(  '(' => ')')  i.e. [{()}(())] ->valid [{)]not
*/
if(closingParenthesis.contains
(((Character)expression.charAt(0)).toString())){
return false;
}else{
for(int i=0;i<expression.length();i++){

char ch= (Character)expression.charAt(i);

//if parenthesis is opening(ie any of '[','{','(') push on stack
if(openingParenthesis.contains(ch.toString())){
parenthesisStack.push(ch);
}else if(closingParenthesis.contains(ch.toString())){
//if parenthesis is closing (ie any of ']','}',')') pop stack
//depending upon check-3
if(parenthesisStack.peek()=='(' && (ch==')') ||
parenthesisStack.peek()=='{' && (ch=='}') ||
parenthesisStack.peek()=='[' && (ch==']')
){
parenthesisStack.pop();
}
}
}

return (parenthesisStack.isEmpty())? true : false;
}
}
``````

### Algorithm to calculate the number of divisors of a given number

Here is a function that I wrote. it's worst time complexity is O(sqrt(n)),best time on the other hand is O(log(n)). It gives you all the prime divisors along with the number of its occurence.

``````public static List<Integer> divisors(n) {
ArrayList<Integer> aList = new ArrayList();
int top_count = (int) Math.round(Math.sqrt(n));
int new_n = n;

for (int i = 2; i <= top_count; i++) {
if (new_n == (new_n / i) * i) {
new_n = new_n / i;
top_count = (int) Math.round(Math.sqrt(new_n));
i = 1;
}
}
return aList;
}
``````

### From milliseconds to hour, minutes, seconds and milliseconds

Good question. Yes, one can do this more efficiently. Your CPU can extract both the quotient and the remainder of the ratio of two integers in a single operation. In `<stdlib.h>`, the function that exposes this CPU operation is called `div()`. In your psuedocode, you'd use it something like this:

``````function to_tuple(x):
qr = div(x, 1000)
ms = qr.rem
qr = div(qr.quot, 60)
s  = qr.rem
qr = div(qr.quot, 60)
m  = qr.rem
h  = qr.quot
``````

A less efficient answer would use the `/` and `%` operators separately. However, if you need both quotient and remainder, anyway, then you might as well call the more efficient `div()`.

### OOP vs Functional Programming vs Procedural

These paradigms don't have to be mutually exclusive. If you look at python, it supports functions and classes, but at the same time, everything is an object, including functions. You can mix and match functional/oop/procedural style all in one piece of code.

What I mean is, in functional languages (at least in Haskell, the only one I studied) there are no statements! functions are only allowed one expression inside them!! BUT, functions are first-class citizens, you can pass them around as parameters, along with a bunch of other abilities. They can do powerful things with few lines of code.

While in a procedural language like C, the only way you can pass functions around is by using function pointers, and that alone doesn't enable many powerful tasks.

In python, a function is a first-class citizen, but it can contain arbitrary number of statements. So you can have a function that contains procedural code, but you can pass it around just like functional languages.

Same goes for OOP. A language like Java doesn't allow you to write procedures/functions outside of a class. The only way to pass a function around is to wrap it in an object that implements that function, and then pass that object around.

In Python, you don't have this restriction.

### Java ArrayList of Arrays?

Should be

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

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

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

### What is the difference between precision and scale?

Maybe more clear:

Note that precision is the total number of digits, scale included

NUMBER(Precision,Scale)

Precision 8, scale 3 : 87654.321

Precision 5, scale 3 : 54.321

Precision 5, scale 1 : 5432.1

Precision 5, scale 0 : 54321

Precision 5, scale -1: 54320

Precision 5, scale -3: 54000

### How do I get the domain originating the request in express.js?

``````var host = req.get('host');
var origin = req.get('origin');
``````

you can also use:

``````var host = req.headers.host;
``````

### CodeIgniter 500 Internal Server Error

The problem with 500 errors (with CodeIgniter), with different apache settings, it displays 500 error when there's an error with PHP configuration.

Here's how it can trigger 500 error with CodeIgniter:

1. Error in script (PHP misconfigurations, missing packages, etc...)
2. PHP "Fatal Errors"

Please check your apache error logs, there should be some interesting information in there.

### Get last key-value pair in PHP array

As the key is needed, the accepted solution doesn't work.

This:

``````end(\$array);
return array(key(\$array) => array_pop(\$array));
``````

will return exactly as the example in the question.

### How to stop the task scheduled in java.util.Timer class

Terminate the Timer once after awake at a specific time in milliseconds.

``````Timer t = new Timer();
@Override
public void run() {
System.out.println(" Run spcific task at given time.");
t.cancel();
}
}, 10000);
``````

### Why do you need to put #!/bin/bash at the beginning of a script file?

It is called a shebang. It consists of a number sign and an exclamation point character (#!), followed by the full path to the interpreter such as /bin/bash. All scripts under UNIX and Linux execute using the interpreter specified on a first line.

### Oracle SqlDeveloper JDK path

The message seems to be out of date. In version 4 that setting exists in two files, and you need to change it in the other one, which is:

``````%APPDATA%\sqldeveloper\1.0.0.0.0\product.conf
``````

Which you might need to expand to your actual `APPDATA`, which will be something like `C:\Users\cprasad\AppData\Roaming`. In that file you will see the `SetJavaHome` is currently going to be set to the path to your Java 1.8 location, so change that as you did in the `sqldeveloper.conf`:

``````SetJavaHome C:\Program Files\Java\jdk1.7.0_60\bin\
``````

If the settig is blank (in both files, I think) then it should prompt you to pick the JDK location when you launch it, if you prefer.

### Left Join With Where Clause

If I understand your question correctly you want records from the settings database if they don't have a join accross to the character_settings table or if that joined record has character_id = 1.

You should therefore do

``````SELECT `settings`.*, `character_settings`.`value`
FROM (`settings`)
LEFT OUTER JOIN `character_settings`
ON `character_settings`.`setting_id` = `settings`.`id`
WHERE `character_settings`.`character_id` = '1' OR
`character_settings`.character_id is NULL
``````

### Could not load type 'System.ServiceModel.Activation.HttpModule' from assembly 'System.ServiceModel

This issue occurs because the `Applicationhost.config` file for Windows Process Activation Service (WAS) has some tags that are not compatible with the .NET Framework 4.0.

Based on your environment, you have 4 workarounds to solve this issue:

• Updating Applicationhost.config.
• Perform ASP.NET IIS Registration.
• Turn on the Named Pipe Activation feature.
• Remove ServiceModel 3.0 from IIS

Check the detailed steps for each woraround at Solving Could not load type system.servicemodel.activation.httpmodule from assembly System.ServiceModel

### How do I add a placeholder on a CharField in Django?

After looking at your method, I used this method to solve it.

``````class Register(forms.Form):
email = forms.EmailField(label='??', max_length=64)

def __init__(self, *args, **kwargs):
super().__init__(*args, **kwargs)
for field_name in self.fields:
field = self.fields.get(field_name)
self.fields[field_name].widget.attrs.update({
"placeholder": field.label,
'class': "input-control"
})
``````

### How to enable MySQL Query Log?

Not exactly an answer to the question because the question already has great answers. This is a side info. Enabling general_log really put a dent on MySQL performance. I left `general_log =1` accidentally on a production server and spent hours finding out why performance was not comparable to a similar setup on other servers. Then I found this which explains the impact of enabling general log. http://www.fromdual.com/general_query_log_vs_mysql_performance.

Gist of the story, don't put `general_log=1` in the `.cnf` file. Instead use `set global general_log =1` for a brief duration just to log enough to find out what you are trying to find out and then turn it off.

### Double border with different color

you can add infinite borders using box-shadow using css3 suppose you want to apply multiple borders on one div then code is like:

``````div {
/* #1 */
border: 5px solid hsl(0, 0%, 40%);

/* #2 */
background: hsl(0, 0%, 20%);

/* #3 */
outline: 5px solid hsl(0, 0%, 60%);

/* #4 AND INFINITY!!! (CSS3 only) */
0 0 0 10px red,
0 0 0 15px orange,
0 0 0 20px yellow,
0 0 0 25px green,
0 0 0 30px blue;
}
``````

### How to catch exception correctly from http.request()?

The RxJS functions need to be specifically imported. An easy way to do this is to import all of its features with `import * as Rx from "rxjs/Rx"`

Then make sure to access the `Observable` class as `Rx.Observable`.

### How to randomize Excel rows

I usually do as you describe:
Add a separate column with a random value (`=RAND()`) and then perform a sort on that column.

Might be more complex and prettyer ways (using macros etc), but this is fast enough and simple enough for me.

### The type arguments for method cannot be inferred from the usage

I received this error because I had made a mistake in the definition of my method. I had declared the method to accept a generic type (notice the "T" after the method name):

``````protected int InsertRecord<T>(CoasterModel model, IDbConnection con)
``````

However, when I called the method, I did not use the type which, in my case, was the correct usage:

``````int count = InsertRecord(databaseToMigrateFrom, con);
``````

I just removed the generic casting and it worked.

### How to get the location of the DLL currently executing?

In my case (dealing with my assemblies loaded [as file] into Outlook):

``````typeof(OneOfMyTypes).Assembly.CodeBase
``````

Note the use of `CodeBase` (not `Location`) on the `Assembly`. Others have pointed out alternative methods of locating the assembly.

### Check whether a string contains a substring

Another possibility is to use regular expressions which is what Perl is famous for:

``````if (\$mystring =~ /s1\.domain\.com/) {
print qq("\$mystring" contains "s1.domain.com"\n);
}
``````

The backslashes are needed because a `.` can match any character. You can get around this by using the `\Q` and `\E` operators.

``````my \$substring = "s1.domain.com";
if (\$mystring =~ /\Q\$substring\E/) {
print qq("\$mystring" contains "\$substring"\n);
}
``````

Or, you can do as eugene y stated and use the index function. Just a word of warning: Index returns a `-1` when it can't find a match instead of an `undef` or `0`.

Thus, this is an error:

``````my \$substring = "s1.domain.com";
if (not index(\$mystring, \$substr)) {
print qq("\$mystring" doesn't contains "\$substring"\n";
}
``````

This will be wrong if `s1.domain.com` is at the beginning of your string. I've personally been burned on this more than once.

### Error: [\$resource:badcfg] Error in resource configuration. Expected response to contain an array but got an object?

``````\$resource("../rest/api"}).get();
``````

returns an object.

``````\$resource("../rest/api").query();
``````

returns an array.

You must use :

``````return \$resource('../rest/api.php?method=getTask&q=*').query();
``````

### How to add Android Support Repository to Android Studio?

You are probably hit by this bug which prevents the Android Gradle Plugin from automatically adding the "Android Support Repository" to the list of Gradle repositories. The work-around, as mentioned in the bug report, is to explicitly add the `m2repository` directory as a local Maven directory in the top-level `build.gradle` file as follows:

``````allprojects {
repositories {
def androidHome = System.getenv("ANDROID_HOME")
maven {
url "\$androidHome/extras/android/m2repository/"
}
}
}
``````

### How to determine day of week by passing specific date?

``````LocalDate date=LocalDate.now();

System.out.println(date.getDayOfWeek());//prints THURSDAY
System.out.println(date.getDayOfWeek().getDisplayName(TextStyle.SHORT, Locale.US) );  //prints Thu
java.time.DayOfWeek is a enum which returns the singleton instance for the day-of-week of the weekday of the date.
``````

### Which is the best library for XML parsing in java

For folks interested in using JDOM, but afraid that hasn't been updated in a while (especially not leveraging Java generics), there is a fork called CoffeeDOM which exactly addresses these aspects and modernizes the JDOM API, read more here:

http://cdmckay.org/blog/2011/05/20/introducing-coffeedom-a-jdom-fork-for-java-5/

https://github.com/cdmckay/coffeedom

### Angular 2 Checkbox Two Way Data Binding

You can remove `.selected` from `saveUsername` in your checkbox input since saveUsername is a boolean. Instead of `[(ngModel)]` use `[checked]="saveUsername" (change)="saveUsername = !saveUsername"`

Edit: Correct Solution:

``````<input
type="checkbox"
``````

Update: Like @newman noticed when `ngModel` is used in a form it won't work. However, you should use `[ngModelOptions]` attribute like (tested in Angular 7):

``````<input
type="checkbox"
[ngModelOptions]="{standalone: true}"/> `
``````

I also created an example at Stackblitz: https://stackblitz.com/edit/angular-abelrm

### Error 6 (net::ERR_FILE_NOT_FOUND): The files c or directory could not be found

Big one I see that causes this is filename. If you have a SPACE then any number such as 'Site 2' the file path with look like something/Site%202/index.html This is because spaces or rendered as %20, and if another number is immediately following that it will try to read it as %202. Fix is you never use spaces in your filenames.

### libaio.so.1: cannot open shared object file

Install the packages:

``````sudo apt-get install libaio1 libaio-dev
``````

or

``````sudo yum install libaio
``````

### a = open("file", "r"); a.readline() output without \n

That would be:

``````b.rstrip('\n')
``````

If you want to strip space from each and every line, you might consider instead:

``````a.read().splitlines()
``````

This will give you a list of lines, without the line end characters.

### Error LNK2019 unresolved external symbol _main referenced in function "int __cdecl invoke_main(void)" (?invoke_main@@YAHXZ)

I had same Problem when i was trying to create executable from program that having no main() method. When i included sample main() method like this

``````int main(){
return 0;
}
``````

It solved

### Excel 2010 VBA - Close file No Save without prompt

If you're not wanting to save changes set savechanges to false

``````    Sub CloseBook2()
ActiveWorkbook.Close savechanges:=False
End Sub
``````

for more examples, http://support.microsoft.com/kb/213428 and i believe in the past I've just used

``````    ActiveWorkbook.Close False
``````

### mysql error 2005 - Unknown MySQL server host 'localhost'(11001)

I have passed through that error today and did everything described above but didn't work for me. So I decided to view the core problem and logged onto the MySQL root folder in Windows 7 and did this solution:

1. Go to folder:

``````C:\AppServ\MySQL
``````
2. Right click and Run as Administrator these files:

``````mysql_servicefix.bat

mysql_serviceinstall.bat

mysql_servicestart.bat
``````

Then close the entire explorer window and reopen it or clear cache then login to phpMyAdmin again.

### how to get 2 digits after decimal point in tsql?

Your format syntax is wrong actual syntax is

`````` FORMAT ( value, format [, culture ] )
``````

### Apache shutdown unexpectedly

Your XAMPP restarting with following error at `Multi-Processing Module` mpm

`````` [mpm_winnt:notice] [pid 4200:tid 228] AH00428:
`Parent: child process 248 exited with status 1073807364 -- Restarting.`
``````

Add the following in the httpd.conf file of xampp to resolve this.

``````<IfModule mpm_winnt_module>
</IfModule>
``````

### how to get current location in google map android

If you don't need to retrieve the user's location every time it changes (I have no idea why nearly every solution does that by using a location listener), it's just wasteful to do so. The asker was clearly interested in retrieving the location just once. Now FusedLocationApi is deprecated, so as a replacement for @Andrey's post, you can do:

``````
LocationManager locationManager = (LocationManager) this.getSystemService(Context.LOCATION_SERVICE);
String locationProvider = LocationManager.NETWORK_PROVIDER;
// I suppressed the missing-permission warning because this wouldn't be executed in my
// case without location services being enabled
@SuppressLint("MissingPermission") android.location.Location lastKnownLocation = locationManager.getLastKnownLocation(locationProvider);
double userLat = lastKnownLocation.getLatitude();
double userLong = lastKnownLocation.getLongitude();

``````

This just puts together some scattered information in the docs, this being the most important source.

### How to change progress bar's progress color in Android

This works for me. It also works for lower version too. Add this to your syles.xml

``````<style name="ProgressBarTheme" parent="ThemeOverlay.AppCompat.Light">
<item name="colorAccent">@color/colorPrimary</item>
</style>
``````

And use it like this in xml

``````<ProgressBar
android:layout_width="wrap_content"
android:layout_height="wrap_content"
android:theme="@style/ProgressBarTheme"
/>
``````

### Count the frequency that a value occurs in a dataframe column

Use `groupby` and `count`:

``````In [37]:
df = pd.DataFrame({'a':list('abssbab')})
df.groupby('a').count()

Out[37]:

a
a
a  2
b  3
s  2

[3 rows x 1 columns]
``````

See the online docs: https://pandas.pydata.org/pandas-docs/stable/user_guide/groupby.html

Also `value_counts()` as @DSM has commented, many ways to skin a cat here

``````In [38]:
df['a'].value_counts()

Out[38]:

b    3
a    2
s    2
dtype: int64
``````

If you wanted to add frequency back to the original dataframe use `transform` to return an aligned index:

``````In [41]:
df['freq'] = df.groupby('a')['a'].transform('count')
df

Out[41]:

a freq
0  a    2
1  b    3
2  s    2
3  s    2
4  b    3
5  a    2
6  b    3

[7 rows x 2 columns]
``````

### Django gives Bad Request (400) when DEBUG = False

Navigate to settings and locate the base.py file Set the allowed hosts to ALLOWED_HOSTS = ['*']

### How to scanf only integer?

1. You take `scanf()`.
2. You throw it in the bin.
3. You use `fgets()` to get an entire line.
4. You use `strtol()` to parse the line as an integer, checking if it consumed the entire line.
``````char *end;
char buf[LINE_MAX];

do {
if (!fgets(buf, sizeof buf, stdin))
break;

// remove \n
buf[strlen(buf) - 1] = 0;

int n = strtol(buf, &end, 10);
} while (end != buf + strlen(buf));
``````

### Controlling mouse with Python

#### Linux

``````from Xlib import X, display
d = display.Display()
s = d.screen()
root = s.root
root.warp_pointer(300,300)
d.sync()
``````

### recursively use scp but excluding some folders

Assuming the simplest option (installing rsync on the remote host) isn't feasible, you can use sshfs to mount the remote locally, and rsync from the mount directory. That way you can use all the options rsync offers, for example `--exclude`.

Something like this should do:

``````sshfs user@server: sshfsdir
rsync --recursive --exclude=whatever sshfsdir/path/on/server /where/to/store
``````

Note that the effectiveness of rsync (only transferring changes, not everything) doesn't apply here. This is because for that to work, rsync must read every file's contents to see what has changed. However, as rsync runs only on one host, the whole file must be transferred there (by sshfs). Excluded files should not be transferred, however.

### How to pull remote branch from somebody else's repo

``````git fetch [email protected]:<THEIR USERNAME>/<REPO>.git <THEIR BRANCH>:<OUR NAME FOR BRANCH>
``````

gives you:

``````Permission denied (publickey).
fatal: Could not read from remote repository.

Please make sure you have the correct access rights
and the repository exists.
``````

Then (following Przemek D's advice) use

``````git fetch https://github.com/<THEIR USERNAME>/<REPO>.git <THEIR BRANCH>:<OUR NAME FOR BRANCH>
``````

### How to pass arguments from command line to gradle

There's a great example here:

Which details that you can pass parameters and then provide a default in an ext variable like so:

``````gradle -Dmy_app.color=blue
``````

and then reference in Gradle as:

``````ext {
color = System.getProperty("my_app.color", "red");
}
``````

And then anywhere in your build script you can reference it as course anywhere you can reference it as `project.ext.color`

### Declaring variables in Excel Cells

I also just found out how to do this with the Excel Name Manager (Formulas > Defined Names Section > Name Manager).

You can define a variable that doesn't have to "live" within a cell and then you can use it in formulas.

### Uses of content-disposition in an HTTP response header

This header is defined in RFC 2183, so that would be the best place to start reading.

Permitted values are those registered with the Internet Assigned Numbers Authority (IANA); their registry of values should be seen as the definitive source.

### How to reload/refresh an element(image) in jQuery

with one line with no worries about hardcoding the image src into the javascript (thanks to jeerose for the ideas:

``````\$("#myimg").attr("src", \$("#myimg").attr("src")+"?timestamp=" + new Date().getTime());
``````

### Checking if a string is empty or null in Java

Correct way to check for null or empty or string containing only spaces is like this:

``````if(str != null && !str.trim().isEmpty()) { /* do your stuffs here */ }
``````

### How to get the string size in bytes?

If you use `sizeof()`then a `char *str` and `char str[]` will return different answers. `char str[]` will return the length of the string(including the string terminator) while `char *str` will return the size of the pointer(differs as per compiler).

### Bootstrap 3 grid with no gap

Another option would be to create your own special CSS class for whenever you want to apply the "gutterless" columns..

HTML

``````<div class="container">
<div class="row no-gutter">
<div class="col-6 col-sm-6 col-lg-6">Col 1</div>
<div class="col-6 col-sm-6 col-lg-6">Col 2</div>
</div>
</div>
``````

CSS

``````.no-gutter [class*="-6"] {
}
``````

### Anaconda version with Python 3.5

Per this announcement, Anaconda upgraded to Python 3.6 starting with version 4.3, so... you probably want the 4.2.0 package from the installer archive.

### Rails params explained?

The params come from the user's browser when they request the page. For an HTTP GET request, which is the most common, the params are encoded in the url. For example, if a user's browser requested

http://www.example.com/?foo=1&boo=octopus

then `params[:foo]` would be "1" and `params[:boo]` would be "octopus".

In HTTP/HTML, the params are really just a series of key-value pairs where the key and the value are strings, but Ruby on Rails has a special syntax for making the params be a hash with hashes inside. For example, if the user's browser requested

http://www.example.com/?vote[item_id]=1&vote[user_id]=2

then `params[:vote]` would be a hash, `params[:vote][:item_id]` would be "1" and `params[:vote][:user_id]` would be "2".

The Ruby on Rails params are the equivalent of the \$_REQUEST array in PHP.

### blur() vs. onblur()

Contrary to what pointy says, the `blur()` method does exist and is a part of the w3c standard. The following exaple will work in every modern browser (including IE):

``````<!DOCTYPE HTML PUBLIC "-//W3C//DTD HTML 4.01//EN" "http://www.w3.org/TR/html4/strict.dtd">
<html>
<title>Javascript test</title>
<script type="text/javascript" language="javascript">
{
var field = document.getElementById("field");
var output = document.getElementById("output");

field.onfocus = function() { output.innerHTML += "<br/>field.onfocus()"; };
field.onblur = function() { output.innerHTML += "<br/>field.onblur()"; };
link.onmouseover = function() { field.blur(); };
};
</script>
<body>
<form name="MyForm">
<input type="text" name="field" id="field" />
<a href="javascript:void(0);" id="link">Blur field on hover</a>
<div id="output"></div>
</form>
</body>
</html>
``````

Note that I used `link.onmouseover` instead of `link.onclick`, because otherwise the click itself would have removed the focus.

### Using python's mock patch.object to change the return value of a method called within another method

There are two ways you can do this; with patch and with patch.object

Patch assumes that you are not directly importing the object but that it is being used by the object you are testing as in the following

``````#foo.py
def some_fn():
return 'some_fn'

class Foo(object):
def method_1(self):
return some_fn()
``````
``````#bar.py
import foo
class Bar(object):
def method_2(self):
tmp = foo.Foo()
return tmp.method_1()
``````
``````#test_case_1.py
import bar
from mock import patch

@patch('foo.some_fn')
def test_bar(mock_some_fn):
mock_some_fn.return_value = 'test-val-1'
tmp = bar.Bar()
assert tmp.method_2() == 'test-val-1'
mock_some_fn.return_value = 'test-val-2'
assert tmp.method_2() == 'test-val-2'
``````

If you are directly importing the module to be tested, you can use patch.object as follows:

``````#test_case_2.py
import foo
from mock import patch

@patch.object(foo, 'some_fn')
def test_foo(test_some_fn):
test_some_fn.return_value = 'test-val-1'
tmp = foo.Foo()
assert tmp.method_1() == 'test-val-1'
test_some_fn.return_value = 'test-val-2'
assert tmp.method_1() == 'test-val-2'
``````

In both cases some_fn will be 'un-mocked' after the test function is complete.

Edit: In order to mock multiple functions, just add more decorators to the function and add arguments to take in the extra parameters

``````@patch.object(foo, 'some_fn')
@patch.object(foo, 'other_fn')
def test_foo(test_other_fn, test_some_fn):
...
``````

Note that the closer the decorator is to the function definition, the earlier it is in the parameter list.

### contenteditable change events

Using DOMCharacterDataModified under MutationEvents will lead to the same. The timeout is setup to prevent sending incorrect values (e.g. in Chrome I had some issues with space key)

``````var timeoutID;
\$('[contenteditable]').bind('DOMCharacterDataModified', function() {
clearTimeout(timeoutID);
\$that = \$(this);
timeoutID = setTimeout(function() {
\$that.trigger('change')
}, 50)
});
\$('[contentEditable]').bind('change', function() {
console.log(\$(this).text());
})
``````

JSFIDDLE example

### Spark DataFrame TimestampType - how to get Year, Month, Day values from field?

Since Spark 1.5 you can use a number of date processing functions:

``````import datetime
from pyspark.sql.functions import year, month, dayofmonth

elevDF = sc.parallelize([
(datetime.datetime(1984, 1, 1, 0, 0), 1, 638.55),
(datetime.datetime(1984, 1, 1, 0, 0), 2, 638.55),
(datetime.datetime(1984, 1, 1, 0, 0), 3, 638.55),
(datetime.datetime(1984, 1, 1, 0, 0), 4, 638.55),
(datetime.datetime(1984, 1, 1, 0, 0), 5, 638.55)
]).toDF(["date", "hour", "value"])

elevDF.select(
year("date").alias('year'),
month("date").alias('month'),
dayofmonth("date").alias('day')
).show()
# +----+-----+---+
# |year|month|day|
# +----+-----+---+
# |1984|    1|  1|
# |1984|    1|  1|
# |1984|    1|  1|
# |1984|    1|  1|
# |1984|    1|  1|
# +----+-----+---+
``````

You can use simple `map` as with any other RDD:

``````elevDF = sqlContext.createDataFrame(sc.parallelize([
Row(date=datetime.datetime(1984, 1, 1, 0, 0), hour=1, value=638.55),
Row(date=datetime.datetime(1984, 1, 1, 0, 0), hour=2, value=638.55),
Row(date=datetime.datetime(1984, 1, 1, 0, 0), hour=3, value=638.55),
Row(date=datetime.datetime(1984, 1, 1, 0, 0), hour=4, value=638.55),
Row(date=datetime.datetime(1984, 1, 1, 0, 0), hour=5, value=638.55)]))

(elevDF
.map(lambda (date, hour, value): (date.year, date.month, date.day))
.collect())
``````

and the result is:

``````[(1984, 1, 1), (1984, 1, 1), (1984, 1, 1), (1984, 1, 1), (1984, 1, 1)]
``````

Btw: `datetime.datetime` stores an hour anyway so keeping it separately seems to be a waste of memory.

### Best way to parseDouble with comma as decimal separator?

This is the static method I use in my own code:

``````public static double sGetDecimalStringAnyLocaleAsDouble (String value) {

if (value == null) {
Log.e("CORE", "Null value!");
return 0.0;
}

Locale theLocale = Locale.getDefault();
NumberFormat numberFormat = DecimalFormat.getInstance(theLocale);
Number theNumber;
try {
theNumber = numberFormat.parse(value);
return theNumber.doubleValue();
} catch (ParseException e) {
// The string value might be either 99.99 or 99,99, depending on Locale.
// We can deal with this safely, by forcing to be a point for the decimal separator, and then using Double.valueOf ...
//http://stackoverflow.com/questions/4323599/best-way-to-parsedouble-with-comma-as-decimal-separator
String valueWithDot = value.replaceAll(",",".");

try {
return Double.valueOf(valueWithDot);
} catch (NumberFormatException e2)  {
// This happens if we're trying (say) to parse a string that isn't a number, as though it were a number!
// If this happens, it should only be due to application logic problems.
// In this case, the safest thing to do is return 0, having first fired-off a log warning.
Log.w("CORE", "Warning: Value is not a number" + value);
return 0.0;
}
}
}
``````

### Make div scrollable

use `overflow:auto` property, If overflow is clipped, a scroll-bar should be added to see the rest of the content,and mention the height

DEMO

`````` .itemconfiguration
{
height: 440px;
width: 215px;
overflow: auto;
float: left;
position: relative;
margin-left: -5px;
}
``````

### Recursive directory listing in DOS

You can get the parameters you are asking for by typing:

``````dir /?
``````

For the full list, try:

``````dir /s /b /a:d
``````

### Invalid syntax when using "print"?

That is because in Python 3, they have replaced the `print` statement with the `print` function.

The syntax is now more or less the same as before, but it requires parens:

From the "what's new in python 3" docs:

``````Old: print "The answer is", 2*2

Old: print x,           # Trailing comma suppresses newline
New: print(x, end=" ")  # Appends a space instead of a newline

Old: print              # Prints a newline
New: print()            # You must call the function!

Old: print >>sys.stderr, "fatal error"
New: print("fatal error", file=sys.stderr)

Old: print (x, y)       # prints repr((x, y))
New: print((x, y))      # Not the same as print(x, y)!
``````

### How to load a resource from WEB-INF directory of a web archive

The problem I had accessing the sqlite db file I created in my java (jersey) server had solely to due with path. Some of the docs say the jdbc connect url should look like "jdbc:sqlite://path-to-file/sample.db". I thought the double-slash was part of a htt protocol-style path and would map properly when deployed, but in actuality, it's an absolute or relative path. So, when I placed the file at the root of the WebContent folder (tomcat project), a uri like this worked "jdbc:sqlite:sample.db".

The one thing that was throwing me was that when I was stepping through the debugger, I received a message that said "opening db: ... permission denied". I thought it was a matter of file system permissions or perhaps sql user permissions. After finding out that SQLite doesn't have the concept of roles/permissions like MySQL, etc, I did eventually change the file permissions before I came to what I believe was the correct solution, but I think it was just a bad message (i.e. permission denied, instead of File not found).

Hope this helps someone.

### Clear back stack using fragments

I just wanted to add :--

Popping out from backstack using following

fragmentManager.popBackStack()

is just about removing the fragments from the transaction, no way it is going to remove the fragment from the screen. So ideally, it may not be visible to you but there may be two or three fragments stacked over each other, and on back key press the UI may look cluttered,stacked.

Just taking a simple example:-

Suppose you have a fragmentA which loads Fragmnet B using fragmentmanager.replace() and then we do addToBackStack, to save this transaction. So the flow is :--

STEP 1 -> FragmentA->FragmentB (we moved to FragmentB, but Fragment A is in background, not visible).

Now You do some work in fragmentB and press the Save button—which after saving should go back to fragmentA.

STEP 2-> On save of FragmentB, we go back to FragmentA.

STEP 3 ->So common mistake would be... in Fragment B,we will do fragment Manager.replace() fragmentB with fragmentA.

But what actually is happenening, we are loading Fragment A again, replacing FragmentB . So now there are two FragmentA (one from STEP-1, and one from this STEP-3).

Two instances of FragmentsA are stacked over each other, which may not be visible , but it is there.

So even if we do clear the backstack by above methods, the transaction is cleared but not the actual fragments. So ideally in such a particular case, on press of save button you simply need to go back to fragmentA by simply doing fm.popBackStack() or fm.popBackImmediate().

So correct Step3-> fm.popBackStack() go back to fragmentA, which is already in memory.

### Android list view inside a scroll view

Just call this function after assign adapter to listview

``````public static void setListViewHeightBasedOnChildren
(ListView listView) {

int desiredWidth = View.MeasureSpec.makeMeasureSpec(listView.getWidth(),
View.MeasureSpec.UNSPECIFIED);
int totalHeight = 0;
View view = null;
for (int i = 0; i < listAdapter.getCount(); i++) {
if (i == 0) view.setLayoutParams(new
ViewGroup.LayoutParams(desiredWidth,
ViewGroup.LayoutParams.WRAP_CONTENT));

view.measure(desiredWidth, View.MeasureSpec.UNSPECIFIED);
totalHeight += view.getMeasuredHeight();
}

ViewGroup.LayoutParams params = listView.getLayoutParams();

params.height = totalHeight + (listView.getDividerHeight() *

listView.setLayoutParams(params);
listView.requestLayout();
}
``````

### Is there a way in Pandas to use previous row value in dataframe.apply when previous value is also calculated in the apply?

First, create the derived value:

``````df.loc[0, 'C'] = df.loc[0, 'D']
``````

Then iterate through the remaining rows and fill the calculated values:

``````for i in range(1, len(df)):
df.loc[i, 'C'] = df.loc[i-1, 'C'] * df.loc[i, 'A'] + df.loc[i, 'B']

Index_Date   A   B    C    D
0 2015-01-31  10  10   10   10
1 2015-02-01   2   3   23   22
2 2015-02-02  10  60  290  280
``````

### Validate select box

Just add a class of required to the select

``````<select id="select" class="required">
``````

The Scanner class may simplify this.

``````        StringBuilder sb=new StringBuilder();
Scanner scanner=null;
try {
scanner=new Scanner(getAssets().open("text.txt"));
while(scanner.hasNextLine()){
sb.append(scanner.nextLine());
sb.append('\n');
}
} catch (IOException e) {
e.printStackTrace();
}finally {
if(scanner!=null){try{scanner.close();}catch (Exception e){}}
}
mTextView.setText(sb.toString());
``````

### 'No JUnit tests found' in Eclipse

Right Click on Project > Properties > Java Build Path > Libraries > select classpath -> add Library -> Junit -> select junit version -> finish -> applay

### PostgreSQL: days/months/years between two dates

Almost the same function as you needed (based on atiruz's answer, shortened version of UDF from here)

``````CREATE OR REPLACE FUNCTION datediff(type VARCHAR, date_from DATE, date_to DATE) RETURNS INTEGER LANGUAGE plpgsql
AS
\$\$
DECLARE age INTERVAL;
BEGIN
CASE type
WHEN 'year' THEN
RETURN date_part('year', date_to) - date_part('year', date_from);
WHEN 'month' THEN
age := age(date_to, date_from);
RETURN date_part('year', age) * 12 + date_part('month', age);
ELSE
RETURN (date_to - date_from)::int;
END CASE;
END;
\$\$;
``````

Usage:

``````/* Get months count between two dates */
SELECT datediff('month', '2015-02-14'::date, '2016-01-03'::date);
/* Result: 10 */

/* Get years count between two dates */
SELECT datediff('year', '2015-02-14'::date, '2016-01-03'::date);
/* Result: 1 */

/* Get days count between two dates */
SELECT datediff('day', '2015-02-14'::date, '2016-01-03'::date);
/* Result: 323 */

/* Get months count between specified and current date */
SELECT datediff('month', '2015-02-14'::date, NOW()::date);
/* Result: 47 */
``````

### Linq filter List<string> where it contains a string value from another List<string>

its even easier:

``````fileList.Where(item => filterList.Contains(item))
``````

in case you want to filter not for an exact match but for a "contains" you can use this expression:

``````var t = fileList.Where(file => filterList.Any(folder => file.ToUpperInvariant().Contains(folder.ToUpperInvariant())));
``````

### How to display databases in Oracle 11g using SQL*Plus

I am not clearly about it but typically one server has one database (with many users), if you create many databases mean that you create many instances, listeners, ... as well. So you can check your `LISTENER` to identify it.

In my testing I created 2 databases (`dbtest` and `dbtest_1`) so when I check my LISTENER status it appeared like this:

``````lsnrctl status
``````

....

STATUS of the LISTENER

.....

Services Summary...

Service "dbtest" has 1 instance(s).

Instance "dbtest", status READY, has 1 handler(s) for this service...

Service "dbtest1XDB" has 1 instance(s).

Instance "dbtest1", status READY, has 1 handler(s) for this service...

Service "dbtest_1" has 1 instance(s).

Instance "dbtest1", status READY, has 1 handler(s) for this service... The command completed successfully

### How can I create and style a div using JavaScript?

You can just use the method below:

``````document.write()
``````

It is very simple, in the doc below I explain

_x000D_
_x000D_
``document.write("<div class='div'>Some content inside the div (It is styled!)</div>")``
_x000D_
``````.div {
background-color: red;
color: #fff;
font-family: Arial;
cursor: pointer;
}

.div:hover {
background-color: blue;
}

.div:hover:before {
content: 'Hover! ';
}

.div:active {
background-color: green;
}

.div:active:after {
content: ' Active! or clicked...';
}``````
_x000D_
``````<p>Below or above well show the div</p>
<p>Try pointing hover it and clicking on it. Those are tha styles aplayed. The text and background color changes.</p>``````
_x000D_
_x000D_
_x000D_

### Read files from a Folder present in project

``````string myFile= File.ReadAllLines(Application.StartupPath.ToString() + @"..\..\..\Data\myTxtFile.txt")
``````

### Maven error: Could not find or load main class org.codehaus.plexus.classworlds.launcher.Launcher

I was having this same problem and was able to resolve it by carefully redoing the Environment Variables:

• M2_HOME
• M2
• JAVA_HOME

Also, I made them all System Variables, not User Variables like the Maven instructions say. When you

``````echo %Path%
``````

Make sure you can see the %M2% and %JAVA_HOME% variables completely expanded, i.e. :

``````C:\Users\afairchild>echo %Path%
C:\Program Files\Apache Software Foundation\apache-maven-3.0.4\bin;C:\Program Files\Java\jdk1.7.0_09\bin; [etc]
``````

### Getting the class name from a static method in Java

If you want the entire package name with it, call:

``````String name = MyClass.class.getCanonicalName();
``````

If you only want the last element, call:

``````String name = MyClass.class.getSimpleName();
``````

### How to find and restore a deleted file in a Git repository

To restore a deleted and commited file:

``````git reset HEAD some/path
git checkout -- some/path
``````

It was tested on Git version 1.7.5.4.

### Select rows of a matrix that meet a condition

``````m <- matrix(1:20, ncol = 4)
colnames(m) <- letters[1:4]
``````

The following command will select the first row of the matrix above.

``````subset(m, m[,4] == 16)
``````

And this will select the last three.

``````subset(m, m[,4] > 17)
``````

The result will be a matrix in both cases. If you want to use column names to select columns then you would be best off converting it to a dataframe with

``````mf <- data.frame(m)
``````

Then you can select with

``````mf[ mf\$a == 16, ]
``````

Or, you could use the subset command.

### How to have Ellipsis effect on Text

To Achieve ellipses for the text use the Text property numberofLines={1} which will automatically truncate the text with an ellipsis you can specify the ellipsizeMode as "head", "middle", "tail" or "clip" By default it is tail

https://reactnative.dev/docs/text#ellipsizemode

3. The user program never sees the physical addresses. The program creates a pointer to a logical address, say 346, stores it in memory, manipulate it, compares it to other logical addresses- all as the number 346. Only when a logical address is used as memory address, it is relocated relative to the base/relocation register. The memory-mapping hardware device called the memory- management unit(MMU) converts logical addresses into physical addresses.
4. Logical addresses range from 0 to max. User program that generates logical address thinks that the process runs in locations 0 to max. Logical addresses must be mapped to physical addresses before they are used. Physical addresses range from (R+0) to (R + max) for a base/relocation register value R.
5. Example: Mapping from logical to physical addresses using memory management unit (MMU) and relocation/base register The value in relocation/base register is added to every logical address generated by a user process, at the time it is sent to memory, to generate corresponding physical address. In the above figure, base/ relocation value is 14000, then an attempt by the user to access the location 346 is mapped to 14346.

### python numpy/scipy curve fitting

You'll first need to separate your numpy array into two separate arrays containing x and y values.

``````x = [1, 2, 3, 9]
y = [1, 4, 1, 3]
``````

curve_fit also requires a function that provides the type of fit you would like. For instance, a linear fit would use a function like

``````def func(x, a, b):
return a*x + b
``````

`scipy.optimize.curve_fit(func, x, y)` will return a numpy array containing two arrays: the first will contain values for `a` and `b` that best fit your data, and the second will be the covariance of the optimal fit parameters.

Here's an example for a linear fit with the data you provided.

``````import numpy as np
from scipy.optimize import curve_fit

x = np.array([1, 2, 3, 9])
y = np.array([1, 4, 1, 3])

def fit_func(x, a, b):
return a*x + b

params = curve_fit(fit_func, x, y)

[a, b] = params[0]
``````

This code will return `a = 0.135483870968` and `b = 1.74193548387`

Here's a plot with your points and the linear fit... which is clearly a bad one, but you can change the fitting function to obtain whatever type of fit you would like.

### Display the binary representation of a number in C?

Yes (write your own), something like the following complete function.

``````#include <stdio.h> /* only needed for the printf() in main(). */
#include <string.h>

/* Create a string of binary digits based on the input value.
Input:
val:  value to convert.
buff: buffer to write to must be >= sz+1 chars.
sz:   size of buffer.
Returns address of string or NULL if not enough space provided.
*/
static char *binrep (unsigned int val, char *buff, int sz) {
char *pbuff = buff;

/* Must be able to store one character at least. */
if (sz < 1) return NULL;

/* Special case for zero to ensure some output. */
if (val == 0) {
*pbuff++ = '0';
*pbuff = '\0';
return buff;
}

/* Work from the end of the buffer back. */
pbuff += sz;
*pbuff-- = '\0';

/* For each bit (going backwards) store character. */
while (val != 0) {
if (sz-- == 0) return NULL;
*pbuff-- = ((val & 1) == 1) ? '1' : '0';

/* Get next bit. */
val >>= 1;
}
return pbuff+1;
}
``````

Add this main to the end of it to see it in operation:

``````#define SZ 32
int main(int argc, char *argv[]) {
int i;
int n;
char buff[SZ+1];

/* Process all arguments, outputting their binary. */
for (i = 1; i < argc; i++) {
n = atoi (argv[i]);
printf("[%3d] %9d -> %s (from '%s')\n", i, n,
binrep(n,buff,SZ), argv[i]);
}

return 0;
}
``````

Run it with `"progname 0 7 12 52 123"` to get:

``````[  1]         0 -> 0 (from '0')
[  2]         7 -> 111 (from '7')
[  3]        12 -> 1100 (from '12')
[  4]        52 -> 110100 (from '52')
[  5]       123 -> 1111011 (from '123')
``````

### How do I format a number in Java?

Be aware that classes that descend from NumberFormat (and most other Format descendants) are not synchronized. It is a common (but dangerous) practice to create format objects and store them in static variables in a util class. In practice, it will pretty much always work until it starts experiencing significant load.

### Getting current directory in .NET web application

Use this code:

`````` HttpContext.Current.Server.MapPath("~")
``````

Detailed Reference:

`Server.MapPath` specifies the relative or virtual path to map to a physical directory.

• `Server.MapPath(".")` returns the current physical directory of the file (e.g. aspx) being executed
• `Server.MapPath("..")` returns the parent directory
• `Server.MapPath("~")` returns the physical path to the root of the application
• `Server.MapPath("/")` returns the physical path to the root of the domain name (is not necessarily the same as the root of the application)

An example:

Let's say you pointed a web site application (http://www.example.com/) to

``````C:\Inetpub\wwwroot
``````

and installed your shop application (sub web as virtual directory in IIS, marked as application) in

``````D:\WebApps\shop
``````

For example, if you call `Server.MapPath` in following request:

``````http://www.example.com/shop/products/GetProduct.aspx?id=2342
``````

then:

``````Server.MapPath(".") returns D:\WebApps\shop\products
Server.MapPath("..") returns D:\WebApps\shop
Server.MapPath("~") returns D:\WebApps\shop
Server.MapPath("/") returns C:\Inetpub\wwwroot
Server.MapPath("/shop") returns D:\WebApps\shop
``````

If Path starts with either a forward (/) or backward slash (), the `MapPath` method returns a path as if Path were a full, virtual path.

If Path doesn't start with a slash, the `MapPath` method returns a path relative to the directory of the request being processed.

Note: in C#, @ is the verbatim literal string operator meaning that the string should be used "as is" and not be processed for escape sequences.

Footnotes

`Server.MapPath(null)` and `Server.MapPath("")` will produce this effect too.

### setAttribute('display','none') not working

It works for me

``````setAttribute('style', 'display:none');
``````

### Windows command prompt log to a file

In cmd when you use > or >> the output will be only written on the file. Is it possible to see the output in the cmd windows and also save it in a file. Something similar if you use teraterm, when you can start saving all the log in a file meanwhile you use the console and view it (only for ssh, telnet and serial).

### What is the difference between <section> and <div>?

In the HTML5 standard, the `<section>` element is defined as a block of related elements.

The `<div>` element is defined as a block of children elements.

### How to force an entire layout View refresh?

To clear a view extending ViewGroup, you just need to use the method `removeAllViews()`

Just like this (if you have a ViewGroup called `myElement`) :

``````myElement.removeAllViews()
``````

### Align inline-block DIVs to top of container element

Because the `vertical-align` is set at baseline as default.

Use `vertical-align:top` instead:

``````.small{
display: inline-block;
width: 40%;
height: 30%;
border: 1px black solid;
background: aliceblue;
vertical-align:top;
}
``````

http://jsfiddle.net/Lighty_46/RHM5L/9/

Or as @f00644 said you could apply `float` to the child elements as well.

### Return from a promise then()

`Promises` don't "return" values, they pass them to a callback (which you supply with .then()).

It's probably trying to say that you're supposed to do `resolve(someObject);` inside the promise implementation.

Then in your `then` code you can reference `someObject` to do what you want.

### How can I add JAR files to the web-inf/lib folder in Eclipse?

Found a solution. This problem happens, when you import a project.

The solution is simple

1. Right click -> Properties
2. Project Facets -> Check Dyanmic Web Module and Java Version
3. Apply Setting.

Now you should see the web app libraries showing your jars added.

### How do I copy an object in Java?

Alternative to egaga's constructor method of copy. You probably already have a POJO, so just add another method `copy()` which returns a copy of the initialized object.

``````class DummyBean {
private String dummyStr;
private int dummyInt;

public DummyBean(String dummyStr, int dummyInt) {
this.dummyStr = dummyStr;
this.dummyInt = dummyInt;
}

public DummyBean copy() {
return new DummyBean(dummyStr, dummyInt);
}

//... Getters & Setters
}
``````

If you already have a `DummyBean` and want a copy:

``````DummyBean bean1 = new DummyBean("peet", 2);
DummyBean bean2 = bean1.copy(); // <-- Create copy of bean1

System.out.println("bean1: " + bean1.getDummyStr() + " " + bean1.getDummyInt());
System.out.println("bean2: " + bean2.getDummyStr() + " " + bean2.getDummyInt());

//Change bean1
bean1.setDummyStr("koos");
bean1.setDummyInt(88);

System.out.println("bean1: " + bean1.getDummyStr() + " " + bean1.getDummyInt());
System.out.println("bean2: " + bean2.getDummyStr() + " " + bean2.getDummyInt());
``````

Output:

``````bean1: peet 2
bean2: peet 2

bean1: koos 88
bean2: peet 2
``````

But both works well, it is ultimately up to you...

### Eloquent Collection: Counting and Detect Empty

According to Laravel Documentation states you can use this way:

``````\$result->isEmpty();
``````

The `isEmpty` method returns `true` if the collection is empty; otherwise, `false` is returned.

### Determine if an element has a CSS class with jQuery

Use the `hasClass` method:

``````jQueryCollection.hasClass(className);
``````

or

``````\$(selector).hasClass(className);
``````

The argument is (obviously) a string representing the class you are checking, and it returns a boolean (so it doesn't support chaining like most jQuery methods).

Note: If you pass a `className` argument that contains whitespace, it will be matched literally against the collection's elements' `className` string. So if, for instance, you have an element,

``````<span class="foo bar" />
``````

then this will return `true`:

``````\$('span').hasClass('foo bar')
``````

and these will return `false`:

``````\$('span').hasClass('bar foo')
\$('span').hasClass('foo  bar')
``````

### Getting a count of rows in a datatable that meet certain criteria

``````int numberOfRecords = 0;

numberOfRecords = dtFoo.Select().Length;

MessageBox.Show(numberOfRecords.ToString());
``````

### Is there a "do ... while" loop in Ruby?

Here's another one:

``````people = []
1.times do
info = gets.chomp
unless info.empty?
people += [Person.new(info)]
redo
end
end
``````

### Reset all the items in a form

``````    function setToggleInputsinPnl(pnlName) {
var domCount = pnlName.length;
for (var i = 0; i < domCount; i++) {
if (pnlName[i].type == 'text') {
pnlName[i].value = '';
} else if (pnlName[i].type == 'select-one') {
pnlName[i].value = '';
}
}
}
``````

### Authenticate Jenkins CI for Github private repository

I had a similar problem with gitlab. It turns out I had restricted the users that are allowed to login via ssh. This won't affect github users, but in case people end up here for gitlab (and the like) issues, ensure you add `git` to the `AllowUsers` setting in `/etc/ssh/sshd_config`:

``````# Authentication:
StrictModes yes
AllowUsers batman git
``````

### Minimum 6 characters regex expression

Something along the lines of this?

``````<asp:TextBox id="txtUsername" runat="server" />

<asp:RegularExpressionValidator
id="RegularExpressionValidator1"
runat="server"
ErrorMessage="Field not valid!"
ValidationExpression="[0-9a-zA-Z]{6,}" />
``````

### Java JDBC connection status

The low-cost method, regardless of the vendor implementation, would be to select something from the process memory or the server memory, like the DB version or the name of the current database. IsClosed is very poorly implemented.

Example:

``````java.sql.Connection conn = <connect procedure>;
conn.close();
try {
} catch (Exception e) {
System.out.println("Connection is closed");
}
``````

### Using HTML and Local Images Within UIWebView

Using relative paths or file: paths to refer to images does not work with UIWebView. Instead you have to load the HTML into the view with the correct baseURL:

``````NSString *path = [[NSBundle mainBundle] bundlePath];
NSURL *baseURL = [NSURL fileURLWithPath:path];
``````

You can then refer to your images like this:

``````<img src="myimage.png">
``````

(from uiwebview revisited)

### Python: "TypeError: __str__ returned non-string" but still prints to output?

The problem that you are facing is : TypeError : str returned non-string (type NoneType)

Here you have to understand the str function's working: the str fucntion,although is mostly used to print values but actually is designed to return a string,not to print one. In your class str function is calling the print directly while it is returning nothing ,that explains your error output.Since our formatted string is built, and since our function returns nothing, the None value is used. This was the explaination for your error

You can solve this problem by using the return in str function like: *simply returnig the string value instead of printing it

`````` class Summary(models.Model):
summary = models.TextField(max_length=600)

def __str__(self):
return self.summary
``````

but if the value you are returning in not of string type then you can do like this to return string value from your str function

*typeconverting the value to string that your str function returns

``````class Summary(models.Model):
summary = models.TextField(max_length=600)

def __str__(self):
return str(self.summary)
`
``````

### Allowing Java to use an untrusted certificate for SSL/HTTPS connection

Following code from here is a useful solution. No keystores etc. Just call method SSLUtilities.trustAllHttpsCertificates() before initializing the service and port (in SOAP).

``````import java.security.GeneralSecurityException;
import java.security.SecureRandom;
import java.security.cert.X509Certificate;
import javax.net.ssl.HostnameVerifier;
import javax.net.ssl.HttpsURLConnection;
import javax.net.ssl.SSLContext;
import javax.net.ssl.TrustManager;
import javax.net.ssl.X509TrustManager;

/**
* This class provide various static methods that relax X509 certificate and
* hostname verification while using the SSL over the HTTP protocol.
*
* @author Jiramot.info
*/
public final class SSLUtilities {

/**
* Hostname verifier for the Sun's deprecated API.
*
*/
private static com.sun.net.ssl.HostnameVerifier __hostnameVerifier;
/**
* Thrust managers for the Sun's deprecated API.
*
*/
private static com.sun.net.ssl.TrustManager[] __trustManagers;
/**
* Hostname verifier.
*/
private static HostnameVerifier _hostnameVerifier;
/**
* Thrust managers.
*/
private static TrustManager[] _trustManagers;

/**
* Set the default Hostname Verifier to an instance of a fake class that
* trust all hostnames. This method uses the old deprecated API from the
* com.sun.ssl package.
*
*/
private static void __trustAllHostnames() {
// Create a trust manager that does not validate certificate chains
if (__hostnameVerifier == null) {
__hostnameVerifier = new SSLUtilities._FakeHostnameVerifier();
} // if
// Install the all-trusting host name verifier
com.sun.net.ssl.HttpsURLConnection
.setDefaultHostnameVerifier(__hostnameVerifier);
} // __trustAllHttpsCertificates

/**
* Set the default X509 Trust Manager to an instance of a fake class that
* trust all certificates, even the self-signed ones. This method uses the
* old deprecated API from the com.sun.ssl package.
*
*/
private static void __trustAllHttpsCertificates() {
com.sun.net.ssl.SSLContext context;

// Create a trust manager that does not validate certificate chains
if (__trustManagers == null) {
__trustManagers = new com.sun.net.ssl.TrustManager[]{new SSLUtilities._FakeX509TrustManager()};
} // if
// Install the all-trusting trust manager
try {
context = com.sun.net.ssl.SSLContext.getInstance("SSL");
context.init(null, __trustManagers, new SecureRandom());
} catch (GeneralSecurityException gse) {
throw new IllegalStateException(gse.getMessage());
} // catch
com.sun.net.ssl.HttpsURLConnection.setDefaultSSLSocketFactory(context
.getSocketFactory());
} // __trustAllHttpsCertificates

/**
* Return true if the protocol handler property java. protocol.handler.pkgs
* is set to the Sun's com.sun.net.ssl. internal.www.protocol deprecated
* one, false otherwise.
*
* @return true if the protocol handler property is set to the Sun's
* deprecated one, false otherwise.
*/
private static boolean isDeprecatedSSLProtocol() {
return ("com.sun.net.ssl.internal.www.protocol".equals(System
.getProperty("java.protocol.handler.pkgs")));
} // isDeprecatedSSLProtocol

/**
* Set the default Hostname Verifier to an instance of a fake class that
* trust all hostnames.
*/
private static void _trustAllHostnames() {
// Create a trust manager that does not validate certificate chains
if (_hostnameVerifier == null) {
_hostnameVerifier = new SSLUtilities.FakeHostnameVerifier();
} // if
// Install the all-trusting host name verifier:
HttpsURLConnection.setDefaultHostnameVerifier(_hostnameVerifier);
} // _trustAllHttpsCertificates

/**
* Set the default X509 Trust Manager to an instance of a fake class that
* trust all certificates, even the self-signed ones.
*/
private static void _trustAllHttpsCertificates() {
SSLContext context;

// Create a trust manager that does not validate certificate chains
if (_trustManagers == null) {
_trustManagers = new TrustManager[]{new SSLUtilities.FakeX509TrustManager()};
} // if
// Install the all-trusting trust manager:
try {
context = SSLContext.getInstance("SSL");
context.init(null, _trustManagers, new SecureRandom());
} catch (GeneralSecurityException gse) {
throw new IllegalStateException(gse.getMessage());
} // catch
HttpsURLConnection.setDefaultSSLSocketFactory(context
.getSocketFactory());
} // _trustAllHttpsCertificates

/**
* Set the default Hostname Verifier to an instance of a fake class that
* trust all hostnames.
*/
public static void trustAllHostnames() {
// Is the deprecated protocol setted?
if (isDeprecatedSSLProtocol()) {
__trustAllHostnames();
} else {
_trustAllHostnames();
} // else
} // trustAllHostnames

/**
* Set the default X509 Trust Manager to an instance of a fake class that
* trust all certificates, even the self-signed ones.
*/
public static void trustAllHttpsCertificates() {
// Is the deprecated protocol setted?
if (isDeprecatedSSLProtocol()) {
__trustAllHttpsCertificates();
} else {
_trustAllHttpsCertificates();
} // else
} // trustAllHttpsCertificates

/**
* This class implements a fake hostname verificator, trusting any host
* name. This class uses the old deprecated API from the com.sun. ssl
* package.
*
* @author Jiramot.info
*
*/
public static class _FakeHostnameVerifier implements
com.sun.net.ssl.HostnameVerifier {

/**
* Always return true, indicating that the host name is an acceptable
* match with the server's authentication scheme.
*
* @param hostname the host name.
* @param session the SSL session used on the connection to host.
* @return the true boolean value indicating the host name is trusted.
*/
public boolean verify(String hostname, String session) {
return (true);
} // verify
} // _FakeHostnameVerifier

/**
* This class allow any X509 certificates to be used to authenticate the
* remote side of a secure socket, including self-signed certificates. This
* class uses the old deprecated API from the com.sun.ssl package.
*
* @author Jiramot.info
*
*/
public static class _FakeX509TrustManager implements
com.sun.net.ssl.X509TrustManager {

/**
* Empty array of certificate authority certificates.
*/
private static final X509Certificate[] _AcceptedIssuers = new X509Certificate[]{};

/**
* Always return true, trusting for client SSL chain peer certificate
* chain.
*
* @param chain the peer certificate chain.
* @return the true boolean value indicating the chain is trusted.
*/
public boolean isClientTrusted(X509Certificate[] chain) {
return (true);
} // checkClientTrusted

/**
* Always return true, trusting for server SSL chain peer certificate
* chain.
*
* @param chain the peer certificate chain.
* @return the true boolean value indicating the chain is trusted.
*/
public boolean isServerTrusted(X509Certificate[] chain) {
return (true);
} // checkServerTrusted

/**
* Return an empty array of certificate authority certificates which are
* trusted for authenticating peers.
*
* @return a empty array of issuer certificates.
*/
public X509Certificate[] getAcceptedIssuers() {
return (_AcceptedIssuers);
} // getAcceptedIssuers
} // _FakeX509TrustManager

/**
* This class implements a fake hostname verificator, trusting any host
* name.
*
* @author Jiramot.info
*/
public static class FakeHostnameVerifier implements HostnameVerifier {

/**
* Always return true, indicating that the host name is an acceptable
* match with the server's authentication scheme.
*
* @param hostname the host name.
* @param session the SSL session used on the connection to host.
* @return the true boolean value indicating the host name is trusted.
*/
public boolean verify(String hostname, javax.net.ssl.SSLSession session) {
return (true);
} // verify
} // FakeHostnameVerifier

/**
* This class allow any X509 certificates to be used to authenticate the
* remote side of a secure socket, including self-signed certificates.
*
* @author Jiramot.info
*/
public static class FakeX509TrustManager implements X509TrustManager {

/**
* Empty array of certificate authority certificates.
*/
private static final X509Certificate[] _AcceptedIssuers = new X509Certificate[]{};

/**
* Always trust for client SSL chain peer certificate chain with any
* authType authentication types.
*
* @param chain the peer certificate chain.
* @param authType the authentication type based on the client
* certificate.
*/
public void checkClientTrusted(X509Certificate[] chain, String authType) {
} // checkClientTrusted

/**
* Always trust for server SSL chain peer certificate chain with any
* authType exchange algorithm types.
*
* @param chain the peer certificate chain.
* @param authType the key exchange algorithm used.
*/
public void checkServerTrusted(X509Certificate[] chain, String authType) {
} // checkServerTrusted

/**
* Return an empty array of certificate authority certificates which are
* trusted for authenticating peers.
*
* @return a empty array of issuer certificates.
*/
public X509Certificate[] getAcceptedIssuers() {
return (_AcceptedIssuers);
} // getAcceptedIssuers
} // FakeX509TrustManager
} // SSLUtilities
``````

### How to pass data using NotificationCenter in swift 3.0 and NSNotificationCenter in swift 2.0?

this is how I implement it .

``````let dictionary = self.convertStringToDictionary(responceString)
``````

### Maven Out of Memory Build Failure

Answering late to mention yet another option rather than the common `MAVEN_OPTS` environment variable to pass to the Maven build the required JVM options.

Since Maven 3.3.1, you could have an `.mvn` folder as part of the concerned project and a `jvm.config` file as perfect place for such an option.

two new optional configuration files `.mvn/jvm.config` and `.mvn/maven.config`, located at the base directory of project source tree. If present, these files will provide default jvm and maven options. Because these files are part of the project source tree, they will be present in all project checkouts and will be automatically used every time the project is build.

As part of the official release notes

In Maven it is not simple to define JVM configuration on a per project base. The existing mechanism based on an environment variable `MAVEN_OPTS` and the usage of `\${user.home}/.mavenrc` is an other option with the drawback of not being part of the project.

Starting with this release you can define JVM configuration via `\${maven.projectBasedir}/.mvn/jvm.config` file which means you can define the options for your build on a per project base. This file will become part of your project and will be checked in along with your project. So no need anymore for `MAVEN_OPTS`, `.mavenrc` files. So for example if you put the following JVM options into the `\${maven.projectBasedir}/.mvn/jvm.config` file:

``````-Xmx2048m -Xms1024m -XX:MaxPermSize=512m -Djava.awt.headless=true
``````

The main advantage of this approach is that the configuration is isolated to the concerned project and applied to the whole build as well, and less fragile than `MAVEN_OPTS` for other developers working on the same project (forgetting to setting it).
Moreover, the options will be applied to all modules in case of a multi-module project.

### php: loop through json array

Use `json_decode` to convert the JSON string to a PHP array, then use normal PHP array functions on it.

``````\$json = '[{"var1":"9","var2":"16","var3":"16"},{"var1":"8","var2":"15","var3":"15"}]';
\$data = json_decode(\$json);

var_dump(\$data[0]['var1']); // outputs '9'
``````

### Read a file line by line with VB.NET

Like this... I used it to read Chinese characters...

``````Dim reader as StreamReader = My.Computer.FileSystem.OpenTextFileReader(filetoimport.Text)
Dim a as String

Do
'
' Code here
'
Loop Until a Is Nothing

``````

### Check if object exists in JavaScript

If that's a global object, you can use `if (!window.maybeObject)`

### Operand type clash: int is incompatible with date + The INSERT statement conflicted with the FOREIGN KEY constraint

This expression `12-4-2005` is a calculated int and the value is `-1997`. You should do like this instead `'2005-04-12'` with the `'` before and after.

### How to sum up an array of integers in C#

If you don't prefer LINQ, it is better to use foreach loop to avoid out of index.

``````int[] arr = new int[] { 1, 2, 3 };
int sum = 0;
foreach (var item in arr)
{
sum += item;
}
``````

### Flexbox: 4 items per row

Here's another way without using `calc()`.

``````// 4 PER ROW
// 100 divided by 4 is 25. Let's use 21% for width, and the remainder 4% for left & right margins...
.child {
margin: 0 2% 0 2%;
width: 21%;
}

// 3 PER ROW
// 100 divided by 3 is 33.3333... Let's use 30% for width, and remaining 3.3333% for sides (hint: 3.3333 / 2 = 1.66666)
.child {
margin: 0 1.66666% 0 1.66666%;
width: 30%;
}

// and so on!
``````

That's all there is to it. You can get fancy with the dimensions to get a more aesthetic sizes but this is the idea.

### Python handling socket.error: [Errno 104] Connection reset by peer

You can try to add some `time.sleep` calls to your code.

It seems like the server side limits the amount of requests per timeunit (hour, day, second) as a security issue. You need to guess how many (maybe using another script with a counter?) and adjust your script to not surpass this limit.

In order to avoid your code from crashing, try to catch this error with `try .. except` around the urllib2 calls.

### How to use random in BATCH script?

Let's say you want a number 1-5; you could use the following:

``````    :LOOP
set NUM=%random:~-1,1%
if %NUM% GTR 5 (
goto LOOP )
goto NEXT
``````

Or you could use :~1,1 in place of :~-1,1. The :~-1,1 is not needed, but it greatly reduces the amount of time it takes to hit the right range. Let's say you want a number 1-50, we need to decide between 2 digits and 1 digit. Use:

``````    :LOOP
set RAN1=%random:~-1,1%
if %RAN1% GTR 5 (
goto 1 )
if %RAN1%==5 (
goto LOOP )
goto 2

:1
set NUM=%random:~-1,1%
goto NEXT

:2
set NUM=%random:~-1,2%
goto NEXT
``````

You can add more to this algorithm to decide between large ranges, such as 1-1000.

### Get Value of Row in Datatable c#

```for (Int32 i = 1; i < dt_pattern.Rows.Count - 1; i++){ double yATmax = ToDouble(dt_pattern.Rows[i]["Ampl"].ToString()) + AT; }```

if you want to get around the + 1 issue

### How to write a multiline command?

In the Windows Command Prompt the `^` is used to escape the next character on the command line. (Like `\` is used in strings.) Characters that need to be used in the command line as they are should have a ^ prefixed to them, hence that's why it works for the newline.

For reference the characters that need escaping (if specified as command arguments and not within quotes) are: `&|()`

So the equivalent of your linux example would be (the More? being a prompt):

``````C:\> dir ^
More? C:\Windows
``````

### Is there a way to define a min and max value for EditText in Android?

If you are only concerned about max limit then just add below line in

``````android:maxLength="10"
``````

If you need to add min limit then you can do like this way in this case min limit is 7. user is restricted to enter character between min and max limit (in between 8 and 10)

``````public final static boolean isValidCellPhone(String number){
if (number.length() < 8 || number.length() >10 ) {
return false;
} else {

return android.util.Patterns.PHONE.matcher(number).matches();
}
}
``````

If you also need to restrict user to enter 01 at start then modify if condition like this way

``````if (!(number.startsWith("01")) || number.length() < 8 || number.length() >10 ) {
.
.
.
}
``````

At the end call method like

``````   ....else if (!(Helper.isValidMobilePhone(textMobileNo))){
Helper.setEditTextError(etMobileNo,"Invalid Mobile Number");
}......
``````

### Get element inside element by class and ID - JavaScript

Recursive function :

``````function getElementInsideElement(baseElement, wantedElementID) {
var elementToReturn;
for (var i = 0; i < baseElement.childNodes.length; i++) {
elementToReturn = baseElement.childNodes[i];
if (elementToReturn.id == wantedElementID) {
return elementToReturn;
} else {
return getElementInsideElement(elementToReturn, wantedElementID);
}
}
}
``````

### Conversion failed when converting the nvarchar value ... to data type int

I was using a KEY word for one of my columns and I solved it with `brackets []`

### Passing vector by reference

``````void do_something(int el, std::vector<int> **arr)
``````

should be

``````void do_something(int el, std::vector<int>& arr)
{
arr.push_back(el);
}
``````

Pass by reference has been simplified to use the `&` in C++.

### Illegal string offset Warning PHP

Please try this way.... I have tested this code.... It works....

``````\$memcachedConfig = array("host" => "127.0.0.1","port" => "11211");
print_r(\$memcachedConfig['host']);
``````

### Granting Rights on Stored Procedure to another user of Oracle

``````SQL> grant create any procedure to testdb;
``````

This is a command when we want to give create privilege to "testdb" user.

### How to compare strings in C conditional preprocessor-directives

I don't think there is a way to do variable length string comparisons completely in preprocessor directives. You could perhaps do the following though:

``````#define USER_JACK 1
#define USER_QUEEN 2

#define USER USER_JACK

#if USER == USER_JACK
#define USER_VS USER_QUEEN
#elif USER == USER_QUEEN
#define USER_VS USER_JACK
#endif
``````

Or you could refactor the code a little and use C code instead.

### css rotate a pseudo :after or :before content:""

``````.process-list:after{
content: "\2191";
position: absolute;
top:50%;
right:-8px;
background-color: #ea1f41;
width:35px;
height: 35px;
border:2px solid #ffffff;
color: #ffffff;
z-index: 10000;
-webkit-transform: rotate(50deg) translateY(-50%);
-moz-transform: rotate(50deg) translateY(-50%);
-ms-transform: rotate(50deg) translateY(-50%);
-o-transform: rotate(50deg) translateY(-50%);
transform: rotate(50deg) translateY(-50%);
}
``````

you can check this code . i hope you will easily understand.

### How do I solve the INSTALL_FAILED_DEXOPT error?

In android Studio click on File -> Invalidate caches/ restart . This did the trick for me when I was getting this error when I got this error on device not emulator.

### CSS display:table-row does not expand when width is set to 100%

give on `.view-type` class `float:left;` or delete the `float:right;` of `.view-name`

edit: Wrap your div `<div class="view-row">` with another div for example `<div class="table">`

and set the following css :

``````.table {
display:table;
width:100%;}
``````

You have to use the table structure for correct results.

### Disabling and enabling a html input button

`````` <!--Button Disable Script-->
<script type="text/javascript">
function DisableButton() {
document.getElementById("<%=btnSave.ClientID %>").disabled = true;
}
</script>
<!--Button Disable Script-->
``````

### Custom method names in ASP.NET Web API

See this article for a longer discussion of named actions. It also shows that you can use the [HttpGet] attribute instead of prefixing the action name with "get".

http://www.asp.net/web-api/overview/web-api-routing-and-actions/routing-in-aspnet-web-api

### Converting File to MultiPartFile

If you can't import `MockMultipartFile` using

``````import org.springframework.mock.web.MockMultipartFile;
``````

you need to add the below dependency into `pom.xml`:

``````<dependency>
<groupId>org.springframework.boot</groupId>
<artifactId>spring-boot-starter-test</artifactId>
<scope>test</scope>
</dependency>
``````

### Select method of Range class failed via VBA

I believe you are having the same problem here.
The sheet must be active before you can select a range on it.

Also, don't omit the sheet name qualifier:

``````Sheets("BxWsn Simulation").Select
Sheets("BxWsn Simulation").Range("Result").Select
``````

Or,

``````With Sheets("BxWsn Simulation")
.Select
.Range("Result").Select
End WIth
``````

which is the same.

### Android Use Done button on Keyboard to click button

I copied the following code from AndroidStudio when you create a LoginActivity. I use the ime attributes

``````<EditText android:id="@+id/unidades" android:layout_width="match_parent"
android:inputType="number" android:maxLines="1"
android:singleLine="true"
android:textAppearance="?android:textAppearanceSmall"
android:enabled="true" android:focusable="true"
android:gravity="right"
android:imeOptions="actionUnspecified"/>
``````

``````editTextUnidades.setOnEditorActionListener(new TextView.OnEditorActionListener() {
@Override
public boolean onEditorAction(TextView v, int actionId, KeyEvent event) {
if (actionId == R.id.cantidad || actionId == EditorInfo.IME_NULL) {
return true;
}
return false;
}
});
``````

### How to use a TRIM function in SQL Server

``````LTRIM(RTRIM(FCT_TYP_CD)) & ') AND (' & LTRIM(RTRIM(DEP_TYP_ID)) & ')'
``````

I think you're missing a `)` on both of the trims. Some SQL versions support just TRIM which does both L and R trims...

### Spring Boot yaml configuration for a list of strings

Well, the only thing I can make it work is like so:

``````servers: >
dev.example.com,
another.example.com

@Value("\${servers}")
private String[] array;
``````

And dont forget the @Configuration above your class....

Without the "," separation, no such luck...

Works too (boot 1.5.8 versie)

``````servers:
dev.example.com,
another.example.com
``````

### How to use a WSDL

I would fire up Visual Studio, create a web project (or console app - doesn't matter).

For .Net Standard:

1. I would right-click on the project and pick "Add Service Reference" from the Add context menu.
2. I would click on Advanced, then click on Add Service Reference.
3. I would get the complete file path of the wsdl and paste into the address bar. Then fire the Arrow (go button).
4. If there is an error trying to load the file, then there must be a broken and unresolved url the file needs to resolve as shown below: Refer to this answer for information on how to fix: Stackoverflow answer to: Unable to create service reference for wsdl file

If there is no error, you should simply set the NameSpace you want to use to access the service and it'll be generated for you.

For .Net Core

1. I would right click on the project and pick Connected Service from the Add context menu.
2. I would select Microsoft WCF Web Service Reference Provider from the list.
3. I would press browse and select the wsdl file straight away, Set the namespace and I am good to go. Refer to the error fix url above if you encounter any error.

Any of the methods above will generate a simple, very basic WCF client for you to use. You should find a "YourservicenameClient" class in the generated code.

For reference purpose, the generated cs file can be found in your Obj/debug(or release)/XsdGeneratedCode and you can still find the dlls in the TempPE folder.

The created Service(s) should have methods for each of the defined methods on the WSDL contract.

Instantiate the client and call the methods you want to call - that's all there is!

``````YourServiceClient client = new YourServiceClient();
client.SayHello("World!");
``````

If you need to specify the remote URL (not using the one created by default), you can easily do this in the constructor of the proxy client:

``````YourServiceClient client = new YourServiceClient("configName", "remoteURL");
``````

where `configName` is the name of the endpoint to use (you will use all the settings except the URL), and the `remoteURL` is a string representing the URL to connect to (instead of the one contained in the config).

### Android: remove left margin from actionbar's custom layout

Using `AppCompatAcitivty` you can use just by

``````Toolbar mToolbar = (Toolbar) findViewById(R.id.toolbar);
View logo = getLayoutInflater().inflate(R.layout.custom_toolbar, null);
mToolbar.setContentInsetsAbsolute(0,0);
``````

### What are the differences between stateless and stateful systems, and how do they impact parallelism?

A stateless system can be seen as a box [black? ;)] where at any point in time the value of the output(s) depends only on the value of the input(s) [after a certain processing time]

A stateful system instead can be seen as a box where at any point in time the value of the output(s) depends on the value of the input(s) and of an internal state, so basicaly a stateful system is like a state machine with "memory" as the same set of input(s) value can generate different output(s) depending on the previous input(s) received by the system.

From the parallel programming point of view, a stateless system, if properly implemented, can be executed by multiple threads/tasks at the same time without any concurrency issue [as an example think of a reentrant function] A stateful system will requires that multiple threads of execution access and update the internal state of the system in an exclusive way, hence there will be a need for a serialization [synchronization] point.

### Getting Class type from String

``````String clsName = "Ex";  // use fully qualified name
Class cls = Class.forName(clsName);
Object clsInstance = (Object) cls.newInstance();
``````

Check the Java Tutorial trail on Reflection at http://java.sun.com/docs/books/tutorial/reflect/TOC.html for further details.

### How to trigger an event after using event.preventDefault()

Just don't perform `e.preventDefault();`, or perform it conditionally.

You certainly can't alter when the original event action occurs.

If you want to "recreate" the original UI event some time later (say, in the callback for an AJAX request) then you'll just have to fake it some other way (like in vzwick's answer)... though I'd question the usability of such an approach.

### Warning: mysqli_query() expects at least 2 parameters, 1 given. What?

The issue is that you're not saving the mysqli connection. Change your connect to:

``````\$aVar = mysqli_connect('localhost','tdoylex1_dork','dorkk','tdoylex1_dork');
``````

And then include it in your query:

``````\$query1 = mysqli_query(\$aVar, "SELECT name1 FROM users
ORDER BY RAND()
LIMIT 1");
\$aName1 = mysqli_fetch_assoc(\$query1);
\$name1 = \$aName1['name1'];
``````

Also don't forget to enclose your connections variables as strings as I have above. This is what's causing the error but you're using the function wrong, mysqli_query returns a query object but to get the data out of this you need to use something like mysqli_fetch_assoc http://php.net/manual/en/mysqli-result.fetch-assoc.php to actually get the data out into a variable as I have above.

### Enable/Disable Anchor Tags using AngularJS

I'd expect anchor tags to lead to a static page with a url. I think that a buttons suits more to your use case, and then you can use ngDisabled to disable it. From the docs: https://docs.angularjs.org/api/ng/directive/ngDisabled

### CSS3 100vh not constant in mobile browser

Because it won't be fixed, you can do something like:

``````# html
<body>
<div class="content">
</div>
</body>

# css
.content {
height: 80vh;
}
``````

For me it was the fastest and more pure solution than playing with the JavaScript which could not work on many devices and browsers.

Just use proper value of `vh` which fits your needs.

### Use of REPLACE in SQL Query for newline/ carriage return characters

There are probably embedded tabs (`CHAR(9)`) etc. as well. You can find out what other characters you need to replace (we have no idea what your goal is) with something like this:

``````DECLARE @var NVARCHAR(255), @i INT;

SET @i = 1;

SELECT @var = AccountType FROM dbo.Account
WHERE AccountNumber = 200
AND AccountType LIKE '%Daily%';

CREATE TABLE #x(i INT PRIMARY KEY, c NCHAR(1), a NCHAR(1));

WHILE @i <= LEN(@var)
BEGIN
INSERT #x
SELECT SUBSTRING(@var, @i, 1), ASCII(SUBSTRING(@var, @i, 1));

SET @i = @i + 1;
END

SELECT i,c,a FROM #x ORDER BY i;
``````

You might also consider doing better cleansing of this data before it gets into your database. Cleaning it every time you need to search or display is not the best approach.

### How to install the current version of Go in Ubuntu Precise

[October 2015] Answer because the current accepted answer`sudo apt-get install golang` isn't uptodate and if you don't want to install `GVM` follow these steps.

#### Step by step installation:

3. `sudo tar -C /usr/local -xzf go\$VERSION.\$OS-\$ARCH.tar.gz`
4. Add `go` to your path `export PATH=\$PATH:/usr/local/go/bin`
5. `go version` to check the current version installed
6. Start programming.

#### Possible errors + fixes: (to be updated)

If you get a `go version xgcc (Ubuntu 4.9.1-0ubuntu1) 4.9.1 linux/amd64` then you did something wrong, so check out this post: Go is printing xgcc version but not go installed version

### How to set the JSTL variable value in javascript?

one more approach to use.

first, define the following somewhere on the page:

``````<div id="valueHolderId">\${someValue}</div>
``````

then in JS, just do something similar to

``````var someValue = \$('#valueHolderId').html();
``````

it works great for the cases when all scripts are inside .js files and obviously there is no jstl available

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

`find` has a `-delete` action:

``````find . -maxdepth 1 -name '*.pdf' -delete
``````

### Refreshing data in RecyclerView and keeping its scroll position

Yes you can resolve this issue by making the adapter constructor only one time, I am explaining the coding part here :

``````if (appointmentListAdapter == null) {

} else {
}
``````

Now you can see I have checked the adapter is null or not and only initialize when it is null.

If adapter is not null then I am assured that I have initialized my adapter at least one time.

RecyclerView always holds the last position scrolled, therefore you don't have to store last position, just call notifydatasetchanged, recycler view always refresh data without going to top.

Thanks Happy Coding

### How to use regex in XPath "contains" function

In Robins's answer ends-with is not supported in xpath 1.0 too.. Only starts-with is supported... So if your condition is not very specific..You can Use like this which worked for me

``````//*[starts-with(@id,'sometext') and contains(@name,'_text')]`\
``````

### Automating the InvokeRequired code pattern

I Kind of like to do it a bit different, i like to call "myself" if needed with an Action,

``````    private void AddRowToListView(ScannerRow row, bool suspend)
{
if (IsFormClosing)
return;

if (this.InvokeRequired)
{
var A = new Action(() => AddRowToListView(row, suspend));
this.Invoke(A);
return;
}
//as of here the Code is thread-safe
``````

this is a handy pattern, the IsFormClosing is a field that i set to True when I am closing my form as there might be some background threads that are still running...

### Is it possible to cast a Stream in Java 8?

I don't think there is a way to do that out-of-the-box. A possibly cleaner solution would be:

``````Stream.of(objects)
.filter(c -> c instanceof Client)
.map(c -> (Client) c)
.map(Client::getID)
.forEach(System.out::println);
``````

or, as suggested in the comments, you could use the `cast` method - the former may be easier to read though:

``````Stream.of(objects)
.filter(Client.class::isInstance)
.map(Client.class::cast)
.map(Client::getID)
.forEach(System.out::println);
``````

### Difference between x86, x32, and x64 architectures?

Hans and DarkDust answer covered i386/i686 and amd64/x86_64, so there's no sense in revisiting them. This answer will focus on X32, and provide some info learned after a X32 port.

x32 is an ABI for amd64/x86_64 CPUs using 32-bit integers, longs and pointers. The idea is to combine the smaller memory and cache footprint from 32-bit data types with the larger register set of x86_64. (Reference: Debian X32 Port page).

x32 can provide up to about 30% reduction in memory usage and up to about 40% increase in speed. The use cases for the architecture are:

• vserver hosting (memory bound)
• netbooks/tablets (low memory, performance)

x32 is a somewhat recent addition. It requires kernel support (3.4 and above), distro support (see below), libc support (2.11 or above), and GCC 4.8 and above (improved address size prefix support).

For distros, it was made available in Ubuntu 13.04 or Fedora 17. Kernel support only required pointer to be in the range from 0x00000000 to 0xffffffff. From the System V Application Binary Interface, AMD64 (With LP64 and ILP32 Programming Models), Section 10.4, p. 132 (its the only sentence):

10.4 Kernel Support
Kernel should limit stack and addresses returned from system calls between 0x00000000 to 0xffffffff.

When booting a kernel with the support, you must use `syscall.x32=y` option. When building a kernel, you must include the `CONFIG_X86_X32=y` option. (Reference: Debian X32 Port page and X32 System V Application Binary Interface).

Here is some of what I have learned through a recent port after the Debian folks reported a few bugs on us after testing:

• the system is a lot like X86
• the preprocessor defines `__x86_64__` (and friends) and `__ILP32__`, but not `__i386__`/`__i686__` (and friends)
• you cannot use `__ILP32__` alone because it shows up unexpectedly under Clang and Sun Studio
• when interacting with the stack, you must use the 64-bit instructions `pushq` and `popq`
• once a register is populated/configured from 32-bit data types, you can perform the 64-bit operations on them, like `adcq`
• be careful of the 0-extension that occurs on the upper 32-bits.

If you are looking for a test platform, then you can use Debian 8 or above. Their wiki page at Debian X32 Port has all the information. The 3-second tour: (1) enable X32 in the kernel at boot; (2) use `debootstrap` to install the X32 chroot environment, and (3) `chroot debian-x32` to enter into the environment and test your software.

### Twitter - share button, but with image

You're right in thinking that, in order to share an image in this way without going down the Twitter Cards route, you need to to have tweeted the image already. As you say, it's also important that you grab the image link that's of the form `pic.twitter.com/NuDSx1ZKwy`

This step-by-step guide is worth checking out for anyone looking to implement a 'tweet this' link or button: http://onlinejournalismblog.com/2015/02/11/how-to-make-a-tweetable-image-in-your-blog-post/.

### How can I prevent the textarea from stretching beyond his parent DIV element? (google-chrome issue only)

To disable resizing completely:

``````textarea {
resize: none;
}
``````

To allow only vertical resizing:

``````textarea {
resize: vertical;
}
``````

To allow only horizontal resizing:

``````textarea {
resize: horizontal;
}
``````

Or you can limit size:

``````textarea {
max-width: 100px;
max-height: 100px;
}
``````

To limit size to parents width and/or height:

``````textarea {
max-width: 100%;
max-height: 100%;
}
``````

### .NET Out Of Memory Exception - Used 1.3GB but have 16GB installed

There is no difference until you compile to same target architecture. I suppose you are compiling for `32` bit architecture in both cases.

It's worth mentioning that `OutOfMemoryException` can also be raised if you get `2GB` of memory allocated by a single collection in CLR (say `List<T>`) on both architectures `32` and `64` bit.

To be able to benefit from memory goodness on `64` bit architecture, you have to compile your code targeting `64` bit architecture. After that, naturally, your binary will run only on `64` bit, but will benefit from possibility having more space available in RAM.

### Rails find_or_create_by more than one attribute?

For anyone else who stumbles across this thread but needs to find or create an object with attributes that might change depending on the circumstances, add the following method to your model:

``````# Return the first object which matches the attributes hash
# - or -
# Create new object with the given attributes
#
def self.find_or_create(attributes)
Model.where(attributes).first || Model.create(attributes)
end
``````

Optimization tip: regardless of which solution you choose, consider adding indexes for the attributes you are querying most frequently.

### How to write files to assets folder or raw folder in android?

You cannot write data's to asset/Raw folder, since it is packed(.apk) and not expandable in size.

If your application need to download dependency files from server, you can go for APK Expansion Files provided by android (http://developer.android.com/guide/market/expansion-files.html).

### Disabled form fields not submitting data

Use the CSS pointer-events:none on fields you want to "disable" (possibly together with a greyed background) which allows the POST action, like:

``````<input type="text" class="disable">

.disable{
pointer-events:none;
background:grey;
}
``````

### Select and display only duplicate records in MySQL

Hi above answer will not work if I want to select one or more column value which is not same or may be same for both row data

For Ex. I want to select username, birth date also. But in database is username is not duplicate but birth date will be duplicate then this solution will not work.

For this use this solution Need to take self join on same table/

``````SELECT

FROM
paypal_ipn_orders AS p1

INNER JOIN paypal_ipn_orders AS p2

ON p1.payer_email=p2.payer_email

WHERE

p1.birth_date=p2.birth_date
``````

Above query will return all records having same email_id and same birth date

### Mime type for WOFF fonts?

Thing that did it for me was to add this to my mime_types.rb initializer:

``````Rack::Mime::MIME_TYPES['.woff'] = 'font/woff'
``````

and wipe out the cache

``````rake tmp:cache:clear
``````

before restarting the server.

### How to check the gradle version in Android Studio?

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

### Return JSON for ResponseEntity<String>

An alternative solution is to use a wrapper for the `String`, for instances this:

``````public class StringResponse {
private String response;
public StringResponse(String response) {
this.response = response;
}
public String getResponse() {
return response;
}
}
``````

Then return this in your controller's methods:

``````ResponseEntity<StringResponse>
``````

### How to find top three highest salary in emp table in oracle?

``````Select ename, job, sal from emp
where sal >=(select max(sal) from emp
where sal < (select max(sal) from emp
where sal < (select max(sal) from emp)))
order by sal;

ENAME      JOB              SAL
---------- --------- ----------
KING       PRESIDENT       5000
FORD       ANALYST         3000
SCOTT      ANALYST         3000
``````

### How to Customize a Progress Bar In Android

Simplest way to create customize a progress bar in Android:

1. Initialize and show dialog:

``````MyProgressDialog progressdialog = new MyProgressDialog(getActivity());
progressdialog.show();
``````
2. Create method:

``````public class MyProgressDialog extends AlertDialog {
public MyProgressDialog(Context context) {
super(context);
getWindow().setBackgroundDrawable(new ColorDrawable(android.graphics.Color.TRANSPARENT));
}

@Override
public void show() {
super.show();
setContentView(R.layout.dialog_progress);
}
}
``````
3. Create layout XML:

``````<RelativeLayout xmlns:android="http://schemas.android.com/apk/res/android"
xmlns:tools="http://schemas.android.com/tools"
android:layout_width="match_parent"
android:layout_height="match_parent"
android:background="@android:color/transparent"
android:clickable="true">

<RelativeLayout
android:layout_width="wrap_content"
android:layout_height="wrap_content"
android:layout_centerInParent="true">

<ProgressBar
android:id="@+id/progressbarr"
android:layout_width="@dimen/eightfive"
android:layout_height="@dimen/eightfive"
android:layout_centerInParent="true"
android:indeterminateDrawable="@drawable/progresscustombg" />

<TextView
android:layout_width="wrap_content"
android:layout_height="wrap_content"
android:layout_centerHorizontal="true"
android:layout_below="@+id/progressbarr"
android:layout_marginTop="@dimen/_3sdp"
android:textColor="@color/white"
</RelativeLayout>
</RelativeLayout>
``````
4. Create shape progresscustombg.xml and put res/drawable:

``````<?xml version="1.0" encoding="utf-8"?>
<rotate xmlns:android="http://schemas.android.com/apk/res/android"
android:fromDegrees="0"
android:pivotX="50%"
android:pivotY="50%"
android:toDegrees="360" >

<shape
android:shape="ring"
android:thicknessRatio="20"
android:useLevel="false" >
<size
android:height="@dimen/eightfive"
android:width="@dimen/eightfive" />

android:centerY="0.50"
android:endColor="@color/color_green_icash"
android:startColor="#FFFFFF"
android:type="sweep"
android:useLevel="false" />
</shape>

</rotate>
``````

### X-Frame-Options Allow-From multiple domains

As per the MDN Specifications, `X-Frame-Options: ALLOW-FROM` is not supported in Chrome and support is unknown in Edge and Opera.

`Content-Security-Policy: frame-ancestors` overrides `X-Frame-Options` (as per this W3 spec), but `frame-ancestors` has limited compatibility. As per these MDN Specs, it's not supported in IE or Edge.

### How do I select which GPU to run a job on?

The problem was caused by not setting the `CUDA_VISIBLE_DEVICES` variable within the shell correctly.

To specify CUDA device `1` for example, you would set the `CUDA_VISIBLE_DEVICES` using

``````export CUDA_VISIBLE_DEVICES=1
``````

or

``````CUDA_VISIBLE_DEVICES=1 ./cuda_executable
``````

The former sets the variable for the life of the current shell, the latter only for the lifespan of that particular executable invocation.

If you want to specify more than one device, use

``````export CUDA_VISIBLE_DEVICES=0,1
``````

or

``````CUDA_VISIBLE_DEVICES=0,1 ./cuda_executable
``````

### How to navigate to a section of a page

Use hypertext reference and the ID tag,

# Target Text Title

Some paragraph text

Target Text

``````<h1><a href="#target">Target Text Title</a></h1>
<p id="target">Target Text</p>
``````

### Javascript: output current datetime in YYYY/mm/dd hh:m:sec format

With jQuery date format :

``````\$.format.date(new Date(), 'yyyy/MM/dd HH:mm:ss');
``````

https://github.com/phstc/jquery-dateFormat

Enjoy

### Can I change the scroll speed using css or jQuery?

The scroll speed CAN be changed, adjusted, reversed, all of the above - via javascript (or a js library such as jQuery).

WHY would you want to do this? Parallax is just one of the reasons. I have no idea why anyone would argue against doing so -- the same negative arguments can be made against hiding DIVs, sliding elements up/down, etc. Websites are always a combination of technical functionality and UX design -- a good designer can use almost any technical capability to improve UX. That is what makes him/her good.

Toni Almeida of Portugal created a brilliant demo, reproduced below:

jsFiddle Demo

HTML:

``````<div id="myDiv">
Use the mouse wheel (not the scroll bar) to scroll this DIV. You will see that the scroll eventually slows down, and then stops. <span class="boldit">Use the mouse wheel (not the scroll bar) to scroll this DIV. You will see that the scroll eventually slows down, and then stops. </span>
</div>
``````

javascript/jQuery:

``````  function wheel(event) {
var delta = 0;
if (event.wheelDelta) {(delta = event.wheelDelta / 120);}
else if (event.detail) {(delta = -event.detail / 3);}

handle(delta);
if (event.preventDefault) {(event.preventDefault());}
event.returnValue = false;
}

function handle(delta) {
var time = 1000;
var distance = 300;

\$('html, body').stop().animate({
scrollTop: \$(window).scrollTop() - (distance * delta)
}, time );
}

window.onmousewheel = document.onmousewheel = wheel;
``````

Source:

How to change default scrollspeed,scrollamount,scrollinertia of a webpage

### How to temporarily exit Vim and go back

To extend user Zen's answer, you could add the following line in your `~/.vimrc` file to allow quick toggling between Bash and Vim:

``````noremap <C-d> :sh<cr>
``````

### Visual Studio replace tab with 4 spaces?

None of these answer were working for me on my macbook pro. So what i had to do was go to:

Preferences -> Source Code -> Code Formatting -> C# source code.

From here I could change my style and spacing tabs etc. This is the only project i have where the lead developer has different formatting than i do. It was a pain in the butt that my IDE would format my code different than theirs.

### Can not run Java Applets in Internet Explorer 11 using JRE 7u51

I had similar problem and I've solved them using `embed` tag instead of `object`. I'm deploying applet using `JQuery` and:

• `embed` works on IE 11, Firefox 26.0,
• `object` works on Firefox 26.0, Chrome 32, (on IE 11 was about 10 second delay after each page reload) and
• `applet` works on Firefox 26.0, Chrome 32.

I put draft of my script bellow:

``````var baseurl = location.protocol + "//" + location.host + "//";
var common = 'id="appletid"'; // and more
if (priv.IsIE()) {
var embedTag = '<embed ' + common +
' code="main.java.MyApplet.class"' +
' name="' + appletName + '"' +
' codebase="' + baseurl + 'Applet"' +
' archive="Applet.jar,jna.jar"' +
' scriptable="true"' +
' mayscript="true"' +
' cache_option="Plugin"' +
' codebase_lookup="false"' +
'></embed>';
appletHtml = embedTag;
} else {
var objectTag = '<object' + common + '>' +
'<param name="java_code" value="main/java/MyApplet.class" />' +
'<param name="mayscript" value="true" />' +
'<param name="scriptable" value="true" />' +
'<param name="cache_option" value="Plugin" />' +
'<param name="codebase_lookup" value="false" />' +
'<param name="java_codebase" value="' + baseurl + 'Applet" />' +
'<param name="cache_archive" value="Applet.jar,jna.jar" />' +
'</object>';
appletHtml = objectTag;
}
\$('body').append(appletHtml);
``````

### Limit characters displayed in span

You can do this with jQuery :

_x000D_
_x000D_
``````\$(document).ready(function(){_x000D_
_x000D_
\$('.claimedRight').each(function (f) {_x000D_
_x000D_
var newstr = \$(this).text().substring(0,20);_x000D_
\$(this).text(newstr);_x000D_
_x000D_
});_x000D_
})``````
_x000D_
``````<!DOCTYPE html>_x000D_
<html>_x000D_
<title></title>_x000D_
<body>_x000D_
<span class="claimedRight" maxlength="20">Hello this is the first test string. _x000D_
</span><br>_x000D_
<span class="claimedRight" maxlength="20">Hello this is the second test string. _x000D_
</span>_x000D_
_x000D_
_x000D_
</body>_x000D_
</html>``````
_x000D_
_x000D_
_x000D_

### DataGridView - Focus a specific cell

Set the Current Cell like:

``````DataGridView1.CurrentCell = DataGridView1.Rows[rowindex].Cells[columnindex]
``````

or

``````DataGridView1.CurrentCell = DataGridView1.Item("ColumnName", 5)
``````

and you can directly focus with Editing by:

``````dataGridView1.BeginEdit(true)
``````

### Hyphen, underscore, or camelCase as word delimiter in URIs?

#### lower-cased words with a hyphen as separator

What is the purpose of a URL?

If pointing to an address is the answer, then a shortened URL is also doing a good job. If we don't make it easy to read and maintain, it won't help developers and maintainers alike. They represent an entity on the server, so they must be named logically.

Consider using punctuation in your URLs. The URL http://www.example.com/green-dress.html is much more useful to us than http://www.example.com/greendress.html. We recommend that you use hyphens (-) instead of underscores (_) in your URLs.

Coming from a programming background, camelCase is a popular choice for naming joint words.

But RFC 3986 defines URLs as case-sensitive for different parts of the URL. Since URLs are case sensitive, keeping it low-key (lower cased) is always safe and considered a good standard. Now that takes a camel case out of the window.

### How to remove list elements in a for loop in Python?

How about creating a new list and adding elements you want to that new list. You cannot remove elements while iterating through a list

### Replace all particular values in a data frame

We can use data.table to get it quickly. First create df without factors,

``````df <- data.frame(list(A=c("","xyz","jkl"), B=c(12,"",100)), stringsAsFactors=F)
``````

Now you can use

``````setDT(df)
for (jj in 1:ncol(df)) set(df, i = which(df[[jj]]==""), j = jj, v = NA)
``````

and you can convert it back to a data.frame

``````setDF(df)
``````

If you only want to use data.frame and keep factors it's more difficult, you need to work with

``````levels(df\$value)[levels(df\$value)==""] <- NA
``````

where value is the name of every column. You need to insert it in a loop.

### How to use a WSDL file to create a WCF service (not make a call)

Using svcutil, you can create interfaces and classes (data contracts) from the WSDL.

``````svcutil your.wsdl (or svcutil your.wsdl /l:vb if you want Visual Basic)
``````

This will create a file called "your.cs" in C# (or "your.vb" in VB.NET) which contains all the necessary items.

Now, you need to create a class "MyService" which will implement the service interface (IServiceInterface) - or the several service interfaces - and this is your server instance.

Now a class by itself doesn't really help yet - you'll need to host the service somewhere. You need to either create your own ServiceHost instance which hosts the service, configure endpoints and so forth - or you can host your service inside IIS.

### How do I schedule a task to run at periodic intervals?

``````timer.scheduleAtFixedRate( new Task(), 1000,3000);
``````

### Modify XML existing content in C#

#### Forming a XML file

``````XmlTextWriter xmlw = new XmlTextWriter(@"C:\WINDOWS\Temp\exm.xml",System.Text.Encoding.UTF8);
xmlw.WriteStartDocument();
xmlw.WriteStartElement("examtimes");
xmlw.WriteStartElement("Starttime");
xmlw.WriteEndElement();
xmlw.WriteStartElement("Changetime");
xmlw.WriteEndElement();
xmlw.WriteStartElement("Endtime");
xmlw.WriteEndElement();
xmlw.WriteEndElement();
xmlw.WriteEndDocument();
xmlw.Close();
``````

#### To edit the Xml nodes use the below code

``````XmlDocument doc = new XmlDocument();
XmlNode root = doc.DocumentElement["Starttime"];
root.FirstChild.InnerText = "First";
XmlNode root1 = doc.DocumentElement["Changetime"];
root1.FirstChild.InnerText = "Second";
doc.Save(@"C:\WINDOWS\Temp\exm.xml");
``````

Try this. It's C# code.

### CSS smooth bounce animation

The long rest in between is due to your keyframe settings. Your current keyframe rules mean that the actual bounce happens only between 40% - 60% of the animation duration (that is, between 1s - 1.5s mark of the animation). Remove those rules and maybe even reduce the `animation-duration` to suit your needs.

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``````.animated {_x000D_
-webkit-animation-duration: .5s;_x000D_
animation-duration: .5s;_x000D_
-webkit-animation-fill-mode: both;_x000D_
animation-fill-mode: both;_x000D_
-webkit-animation-timing-function: linear;_x000D_
animation-timing-function: linear;_x000D_
animation-iteration-count: infinite;_x000D_
-webkit-animation-iteration-count: infinite;_x000D_
}_x000D_
@-webkit-keyframes bounce {_x000D_
0%, 100% {_x000D_
-webkit-transform: translateY(0);_x000D_
}_x000D_
50% {_x000D_
-webkit-transform: translateY(-5px);_x000D_
}_x000D_
}_x000D_
@keyframes bounce {_x000D_
0%, 100% {_x000D_
transform: translateY(0);_x000D_
}_x000D_
50% {_x000D_
transform: translateY(-5px);_x000D_
}_x000D_
}_x000D_
.bounce {_x000D_
-webkit-animation-name: bounce;_x000D_
animation-name: bounce;_x000D_
}_x000D_
#animated-example {_x000D_
width: 20px;_x000D_
height: 20px;_x000D_
background-color: red;_x000D_
position: relative;_x000D_
top: 100px;_x000D_
left: 100px;_x000D_
}_x000D_
hr {_x000D_
position: relative;_x000D_
top: 92px;_x000D_
left: -300px;_x000D_
width: 200px;_x000D_
}``````
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``````<div id="animated-example" class="animated bounce"></div>_x000D_
<hr>``````
_x000D_
_x000D_
_x000D_

Here is how your original `keyframe` settings would be interpreted by the browser:

• At 0% (that is, at 0s or start of animation) - `translate` by 0px in Y axis.
• At 20% (that is, at 0.5s of animation) - `translate` by 0px in Y axis.
• At 40% (that is, at 1s of animation) - `translate` by 0px in Y axis.
• At 50% (that is, at 1.25s of animation) - `translate` by 5px in Y axis. This results in a gradual upward movement.
• At 60% (that is, at 1.5s of animation) - `translate` by 0px in Y axis. This results in a gradual downward movement.
• At 80% (that is, at 2s of animation) - `translate` by 0px in Y axis.
• At 100% (that is, at 2.5s or end of animation) - `translate` by 0px in Y axis.

### How to use Git and Dropbox together?

Without using third-party integration tools, I could enhance the condition a bit and use DropBox and other similar cloud disk services such as SpiderOak with Git.

The goal is to avoid the synchronization in the middle of these files modifications, as it can upload a partial state and will then download it back, completely corrupting your git state.

To avoid this issue, I did:

1. Bundle my git index in one file using `git bundle create my_repo.git --all`.
2. Set a delay for the file monitoring, eg 5 minutes, instead of instantaneous. This reduces the chances DropBox synchronizes a partial state in the middle of a change. It also helps greatly when modifying files on the cloud disk on-the-fly (such as with instantaneous saving note-taking apps).

It's not perfect as there is no guarantee it won't mess up the git state again, but it helps and for the moment I did not get any issue.

### Does SVG support embedding of bitmap images?

You could use a Data URI to supply the image data, for example:

``````<svg xmlns="http://www.w3.org/2000/svg" xmlns:xlink="http://www.w3.org/1999/xlink">

</svg>
``````

The image will go through all normal svg transformations.

But this technique has disadvantages, for example the image will not be cached by the browser

### What is this spring.jpa.open-in-view=true property in Spring Boot?

#### The OSIV Anti-Pattern

Instead of letting the business layer decide how it’s best to fetch all the associations that are needed by the View layer, OSIV (Open Session in View) forces the Persistence Context to stay open so that the View layer can trigger the Proxy initialization, as illustrated by the following diagram.

• The `OpenSessionInViewFilter` calls the `openSession` method of the underlying `SessionFactory` and obtains a new `Session`.
• The `Session` is bound to the `TransactionSynchronizationManager`.
• The `OpenSessionInViewFilter` calls the `doFilter` of the `javax.servlet.FilterChain` object reference and the request is further processed
• The `DispatcherServlet` is called, and it routes the HTTP request to the underlying `PostController`.
• The `PostController` calls the `PostService` to get a list of `Post` entities.
• The `PostService` opens a new transaction, and the `HibernateTransactionManager` reuses the same `Session` that was opened by the `OpenSessionInViewFilter`.
• The `PostDAO` fetches the list of `Post` entities without initializing any lazy association.
• The `PostService` commits the underlying transaction, but the `Session` is not closed because it was opened externally.
• The `DispatcherServlet` starts rendering the UI, which, in turn, navigates the lazy associations and triggers their initialization.
• The `OpenSessionInViewFilter` can close the `Session`, and the underlying database connection is released as well.

At first glance, this might not look like a terrible thing to do, but, once you view it from a database perspective, a series of flaws start to become more obvious.

The service layer opens and closes a database transaction, but afterward, there is no explicit transaction going on. For this reason, every additional statement issued from the UI rendering phase is executed in auto-commit mode. Auto-commit puts pressure on the database server because each transaction issues a commit at end, which can trigger a transaction log flush to disk. One optimization would be to mark the `Connection` as read-only which would allow the database server to avoid writing to the transaction log.

There is no separation of concerns anymore because statements are generated both by the service layer and by the UI rendering process. Writing integration tests that assert the number of statements being generated requires going through all layers (web, service, DAO) while having the application deployed on a web container. Even when using an in-memory database (e.g. HSQLDB) and a lightweight webserver (e.g. Jetty), these integration tests are going to be slower to execute than if layers were separated and the back-end integration tests used the database, while the front-end integration tests were mocking the service layer altogether.

The UI layer is limited to navigating associations which can, in turn, trigger N+1 query problems. Although Hibernate offers `@BatchSize` for fetching associations in batches, and `FetchMode.SUBSELECT` to cope with this scenario, the annotations are affecting the default fetch plan, so they get applied to every business use case. For this reason, a data access layer query is much more suitable because it can be tailored to the current use case data fetch requirements.

Last but not least, the database connection is held throughout the UI rendering phase which increases connection lease time and limits the overall transaction throughput due to congestion on the database connection pool. The more the connection is held, the more other concurrent requests are going to wait to get a connection from the pool.

#### Spring Boot and OSIV

Unfortunately, OSIV (Open Session in View) is enabled by default in Spring Boot, and OSIV is really a bad idea from a performance and scalability perspective.

So, make sure that in the `application.properties` configuration file, you have the following entry:

``````spring.jpa.open-in-view=false
``````

This will disable OSIV so that you can handle the `LazyInitializationException` the right way.

Starting with version 2.0, Spring Boot issues a warning when OSIV is enabled by default, so you can discover this problem long before it affects a production system.

### How to do a scatter plot with empty circles in Python?

From the documentation for scatter:

``````Optional kwargs control the Collection properties; in particular:

edgecolors:
The string ‘none’ to plot faces with no outlines
facecolors:
The string ‘none’ to plot unfilled outlines
``````

Try the following:

``````import matplotlib.pyplot as plt
import numpy as np

x = np.random.randn(60)
y = np.random.randn(60)

plt.scatter(x, y, s=80, facecolors='none', edgecolors='r')
plt.show()
``````

Note: For other types of plots see this post on the use of `markeredgecolor` and `markerfacecolor`.

### Remove empty strings from array while keeping record Without Loop?

If are using jQuery, grep may be useful:

``````var arr = [ a, b, c, , e, f, , g, h ];

arr = jQuery.grep(arr, function(n){ return (n); });
``````

`arr` is now `[ a, b, c, d, e, f, g];`

### What does the 'b' character do in front of a string literal?

It turns it into a `bytes` literal (or `str` in 2.x), and is valid for 2.6+.

The `r` prefix causes backslashes to be "uninterpreted" (not ignored, and the difference does matter).

### HTML5 required attribute seems not working

Try putting it inside a form tag and closing the input tag:

``````<form>
<input type = "text" class = "txtPost" placeholder = "Post a question?" required />
<button class = "btnPost btnBlue">Post</button>
</form>
``````

### Making div content responsive

Not a lot to go on there, but I think what you're looking for is to flip the `width` and `max-width` values:

``````#container2 {
width: 90%;
max-width: 960px;
/* etc, etc... */
}
``````

That'll give you a container that's 90% of the width of the available space, up to a maximum of 960px, but that's dependent on its container being resizable itself. Responsive design is a whole big ball of wax though, so this doesn't even scratch the surface.

### Can you detect "dragging" in jQuery?

Make sure you set the element's draggable attribute to false so you don't have side effects when listening to mouseup events:

``````<div class="thing" draggable="false">text</div>
``````

Then, you can use jQuery:

``````\$(function() {
var pressed, pressX, pressY,
dragged,
offset = 3; // helps detect when the user really meant to drag

\$(document)
.on('mousedown', '.thing', function(e) {
pressX = e.pageX;
pressY = e.pageY;
pressed = true;
})
.on('mousemove', '.thing', function(e) {
if (!pressed) return;
dragged = Math.abs(e.pageX - pressX) > offset ||
Math.abs(e.pageY - pressY) > offset;
})
.on('mouseup', function() {
dragged && console.log('Thing dragged');
pressed = dragged = false;
});
});
``````

### Is there any way of configuring Eclipse IDE proxy settings via an autoproxy configuration script?

Well there's the Network Connections preference page; you can add proxies there. I don't know much about it; I don't know if the Maven integration plugins will use the proxies defined there.

You can find it at Window...Preferences, then General...Network Connections.

### Set environment variables from file of key/value pairs

`-o allexport` enables all following variable definitions to be exported. `+o allexport` disables this feature.

``````set -o allexport
source conf-file
set +o allexport
``````

### Meaning of @classmethod and @staticmethod for beginner?

A little compilation

@staticmethod A way to write a method inside a class without reference to the object it is being called on. So no need to pass implicit argument like self or cls. It is written exactly the same how written outside the class, but it is not of no use in python because if you need to encapsulate a method inside a class since this method needs to be the part of that class @staticmethod is comes handy in that case.

@classmethod It is important when you want to write a factory method and by this custom attribute(s) can be attached in a class. This attribute(s) can be overridden in the inherited class.

A comparison between these two methods can be as below

### What is ANSI format?

Technically, ANSI should be the same as US-ASCII. It refers to the ANSI X3.4 standard, which is simply the ANSI organisation's ratified version of ASCII. Use of the top-bit-set characters is not defined in ASCII/ANSI as it is a 7-bit character set.

However years of misuse of the term by the DOS and subsequently Windows community has left its practical meaning as “the system codepage of whatever machine is being used”. The system codepage is also sometimes known as ‘mbcs’, since on East Asian systems that can be a multiple-byte-per-character encoding. Some code pages can even use top-bit-clear bytes as trailing bytes in a multibyte sequence, so it's not even strict compatible with plain ASCII... but even then, it's still called “ANSI”.

On US and Western European default settings, “ANSI” maps to Windows code page 1252. This is not the same as ISO-8859-1 (although it is quite similar). On other machines it could be anything else at all. This makes “ANSI” utterly useless as an external encoding identifier.

### Angular ng-repeat add bootstrap row every 3 or 4 cols

Just another little improvement about @Duncan answer and the others answers based on clearfix element. If you want to make the content clickable you will need a `z-index` > 0 on it or clearfix will overlap the content and handle the click.

This is the example not working (you can't see the cursor pointer and clicking will do nothing):

``````<div class="row">
<div ng-repeat="product in products">
<div class="clearfix" ng-if="\$index % 3 == 0"></div>
<div class="col-sm-4" style="cursor: pointer" ng-click="doSomething()">
<h2>{{product.title}}</h2>
</div>
</div>
</div>
``````

While this is the fixed one:

``````<div class="row">
<div ng-repeat-start="product in products" class="clearfix" ng-if="\$index % 3 == 0"></div>
<div ng-repeat-end class="col-sm-4" style="cursor: pointer; z-index: 1" ng-click="doSomething()">
<h2>{{product.title}}</h2>
</div>
</div>
``````

I've added `z-index: 1` to have the content raise over the clearfix and I've removed the container div using instead `ng-repeat-start` and `ng-repeat-end` (available from AngularJS 1.2) because it made z-index not working.

Hope this helps!

#### Update

Plunker: http://plnkr.co/edit/4w5wZj

### What is the maximum possible length of a .NET string?

Since the `Length` property of `System.String` is an `Int32`, I would guess that that the maximum length would be 2,147,483,647 chars (max `Int32` size). If it allowed longer you couldn't check the Length since that would fail.

### Creating Duplicate Table From Existing Table

Use this query to create the new table with the values from existing table

``````CREATE TABLE New_Table_name AS SELECT * FROM Existing_table_Name;
``````

Now you can get all the values from existing table into newly created table.

### Eclipse Intellisense?

If it's not working even when you already have Code Assist enabled, Eclipse's configuration files are probably corrupt. A solution that worked for me (on Eclipse 3.5.2) was to:

1. Close Eclipse.
2. Rename the workspace directory.
3. Start Eclipse. (This creates a new workspace directory.)
4. Import (with copy) the Java projects from the old workspace.

### C++ convert string to hexadecimal and vice versa

``````string ToHex(const string& s, bool upper_case /* = true */)
{
ostringstream ret;

for (string::size_type i = 0; i < s.length(); ++i)
ret << std::hex << std::setfill('0') << std::setw(2) << (upper_case ? std::uppercase : std::nouppercase) << (int)s[i];

return ret.str();
}

int FromHex(const string &s) { return strtoul(s.c_str(), NULL, 16); }
``````

### Live search through table rows

Using yckart's answer, I made it to search for the whole table - all td's.

``````\$("#search").keyup(function() {
var value = this.value;

\$("table").find("tr").each(function(index) {
if (index === 0) return;

var if_td_has = false; //boolean value to track if td had the entered key
\$(this).find('td').each(function () {
if_td_has = if_td_has || \$(this).text().indexOf(value) !== -1; //Check if td's text matches key and then use OR to check it for all td's
});

\$(this).toggle(if_td_has);

});
});
``````

### Find a string between 2 known values

``````string input = "Exemple of value between two string FirstString text I want to keep SecondString end of my string";
var match = Regex.Match(input, @"FirstString (.+?) SecondString ").Groups[1].Value;
``````

### How many bytes in a JavaScript string?

These are 3 ways I use:

1. `TextEncoder`
``````new TextEncoder().encode("myString").length
``````
1. `Blob`
``````new Blob(["myString"]).size
``````
1. `Buffer`
``````Buffer.byteLength("myString", 'utf8')
``````

### WCF Service Returning "Method Not Allowed"

My case: configuring the service on new server. ASP.NET 4.0 was not installed/registered properly; svc extension was not recognized.

### how to use "AND", "OR" for RewriteCond on Apache?

After many struggles and to achive a general, flexible and more readable solution, in my case I ended up saving the ORs results into ENV variables and doing the ANDs of those variables.

``````# RESULT_ONE = A OR B
RewriteRule ^ - [E=RESULT_ONE:False]
RewriteCond ...A... [OR]
RewriteCond ...B...
RewriteRule ^ - [E=RESULT_ONE:True]

# RESULT_TWO = C OR D
RewriteRule ^ - [E=RESULT_TWO:False]
RewriteCond ...C... [OR]
RewriteCond ...D...
RewriteRule ^ - [E=RESULT_TWO:True]

# if ( RESULT_ONE AND RESULT_TWO ) then ( RewriteRule ...something... )
RewriteCond %{ENV:RESULT_ONE} =True
RewriteCond %{ENV:RESULT_TWO} =True
RewriteRule ...something...
``````

Requirements:

### How to properly make a http web GET request

``````var request = (HttpWebRequest)WebRequest.Create("sendrequesturl");
var response = (HttpWebResponse)request.GetResponse();
string responseString;
using (var stream = response.GetResponseStream())
{
{
}
}
``````

### How to exit from ForEach-Object in PowerShell

You have two options to abruptly exit out of `ForEach-Object` pipeline in PowerShell:

1. Apply exit logic in `Where-Object` first, then pass objects to `Foreach-Object`, or
2. (where possible) convert `Foreach-Object` into a standard `Foreach` looping construct.

Let's see examples: Following scripts exit out of Foreach-Object loop after 2nd iteration (i.e. pipeline iterates only 2 times)":

Solution-1: use `Where-Object` filter BEFORE `Foreach-Object`:

``````[boolean]\$exit = \$false;
1..10 | Where-Object {\$exit -eq \$false} | Foreach-Object {
if(\$_ -eq 2) {\$exit = \$true}    #OR \$exit = (\$_ -eq 2);
\$_;
}
``````

OR

``````1..10 | Where-Object {\$_ -le 2} | Foreach-Object {
\$_;
}
``````

Solution-2: Converted `Foreach-Object` into standard `Foreach` looping construct:

``````Foreach (\$i in 1..10) {
if (\$i -eq 3) {break;}
\$i;
}
``````

PowerShell should really provide a bit more straightforward way to exit or break out from within the body of a `Foreach-Object` pipeline. Note: `return` doesn't exit, it only skips specific iteration (similar to `continue` in most programming languages), here is an example of `return`:

``````Write-Host "Following will only skip one iteration (actually iterates all 10 times)";
1..10 | Foreach-Object {
if (\$_ -eq 3) {return;}  #skips only 3rd iteration.
\$_;
}
``````

HTH