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The QTcpSocket class, part of the Qt framework, provides a TCP socket.

How to use Comparator in Java to sort

Java 8 added a new way of making Comparators that reduces the amount of code you have to write, Comparator.comparing. Also check out Comparator.reversed

Here's a sample

import org.junit.Test;

import java.util.ArrayList;
import java.util.Comparator;
import java.util.List;

import static org.junit.Assert.assertTrue;

public class ComparatorTest {

    @Test
    public void test() {
        List<Person> peopleList = new ArrayList<>();
        peopleList.add(new Person("A", 1000));
        peopleList.add(new Person("B", 1));
        peopleList.add(new Person("C", 50));
        peopleList.add(new Person("Z", 500));
        //sort by name, ascending
        peopleList.sort(Comparator.comparing(Person::getName));
        assertTrue(peopleList.get(0).getName().equals("A"));
        assertTrue(peopleList.get(peopleList.size() - 1).getName().equals("Z"));
        //sort by name, descending
        peopleList.sort(Comparator.comparing(Person::getName).reversed());
        assertTrue(peopleList.get(0).getName().equals("Z"));
        assertTrue(peopleList.get(peopleList.size() - 1).getName().equals("A"));
        //sort by age, ascending
        peopleList.sort(Comparator.comparing(Person::getAge));
        assertTrue(peopleList.get(0).getAge() == 1);
        assertTrue(peopleList.get(peopleList.size() - 1).getAge() == 1000);
        //sort by age, descending
        peopleList.sort(Comparator.comparing(Person::getAge).reversed());
        assertTrue(peopleList.get(0).getAge() == 1000);
        assertTrue(peopleList.get(peopleList.size() - 1).getAge() == 1);
    }

    class Person {

        String name;
        int age;

        Person(String n, int a) {
            name = n;
            age = a;
        }

        public String getName() {
            return name;
        }

        public int getAge() {
            return age;
        }

        public void setName(String name) {
            this.name = name;
        }

        public void setAge(int age) {
            this.age = age;
        }
    }



}

How to go back last page

After all these awesome answers, I hope my answer finds someone and helps them out. I wrote a small service to keep track of route history. Here it goes.

import { Injectable } from '@angular/core';
import { NavigationEnd, Router } from '@angular/router';
import { filter } from 'rxjs/operators';

@Injectable()
export class RouteInterceptorService {
  private _previousUrl: string;
  private _currentUrl: string;
  private _routeHistory: string[];

  constructor(router: Router) {
    this._routeHistory = [];
    router.events
      .pipe(filter(event => event instanceof NavigationEnd))
      .subscribe((event: NavigationEnd) => {
        this._setURLs(event);
      });
  }

  private _setURLs(event: NavigationEnd): void {
    const tempUrl = this._currentUrl;
    this._previousUrl = tempUrl;
    this._currentUrl = event.urlAfterRedirects;
    this._routeHistory.push(event.urlAfterRedirects);
  }

  get previousUrl(): string {
    return this._previousUrl;
  }

  get currentUrl(): string {
    return this._currentUrl;
  }

  get routeHistory(): string[] {
    return this._routeHistory;
  }
}

How to compare two Carbon Timestamps?

Carbon has a bunch of comparison functions with mnemonic names:

  • equalTo()
  • notEqualTo()
  • greaterThan()
  • greaterThanOrEqualTo()
  • lessThan()
  • lessThanOrEqualTo()

Usage:

 if($model->edited_at->greaterThan($model->created_at)){
     // edited at is newer than created at
 }

Valid for nesbot/carbon 1.36.2

if you are not sure what Carbon version you are on, run this

$composer show "nesbot/carbon"

documentation: https://carbon.nesbot.com/docs/#api-comparison

Dump Mongo Collection into JSON format

Here's mine command for reference:

mongoexport --db AppDB --collection files --pretty --out output.json

On Windows 7 (MongoDB 3.4), one has to move the cmd to the place where mongod.exe and mongo.exe file resides => C:\MongoDB\Server\3.4\bin else it won't work saying it does not recongnize mongoexport command.

Not equal to != and !== in PHP

== and != do not take into account the data type of the variables you compare. So these would all return true:

'0'   == 0
false == 0
NULL  == false

=== and !== do take into account the data type. That means comparing a string to a boolean will never be true because they're of different types for example. These will all return false:

'0'   === 0
false === 0
NULL  === false

You should compare data types for functions that return values that could possibly be of ambiguous truthy/falsy value. A well-known example is strpos():

// This returns 0 because F exists as the first character, but as my above example,
// 0 could mean false, so using == or != would return an incorrect result
var_dump(strpos('Foo', 'F') != false);  // bool(false)
var_dump(strpos('Foo', 'F') !== false); // bool(true), it exists so false isn't returned

What is causing ImportError: No module named pkg_resources after upgrade of Python on os X?

[UPDATE] TL;DR pkg_resources is provided by either Distribute or setuptools.

[UPDATE 2] As announced at PyCon 2013, the Distribute and setuptools projects have re-merged. Distribute is now deprecated and you should just use the new current setuptools. Try this:

curl -O https://bitbucket.org/pypa/setuptools/raw/bootstrap/ez_setup.py
python ez_setup.py

Or, better, use a current pip as the high level interface and which will use setuptools under the covers.

[Longer answer for OP's specific problem]:

You don't say in your question but I'm assuming you upgraded from the Apple-supplied Python (2.5 on 10.5 or 2.6.1 on 10.6) or that you upgraded from a python.org Python 2.5. In any of those cases, the important point is that each Python instance has its own library, including its own site-packages library, which is where additional packages are installed. (And none of them use /usr/local/lib by default, by the way.) That means you'll need to install those additional packages you need for your new python 2.6. The easiest way to do this is to first ensure that the new python2.6 appears first on your search $PATH (that is, typing python2.6 invokes it as expected); the python2.6 installer should have modified your .bash_profile to put its framework bin directory at the front of $PATH. Then install easy_install using setuptools following the instructions there. The pkg_resources module is also automatically installed by this step.

Then use the newly-installed version of easy_install (or pip) to install ipython.

easy_install ipython

or

pip install ipython

It should automatically get installed to the correct site-packages location for that python instance and you should be good to go.

Why is my method undefined for the type object?

The line

Object EchoServer0;

says that you are allocating an Object named EchoServer0. This has nothing to do with the class EchoServer0. Furthermore, the object is not initialized, so EchoServer0 is null. Classes and identifiers have separate namespaces. This will actually compile:

String String = "abc";  // My use of String String was deliberate.

Please keep to the Java naming standards: classes begin with a capital letter, identifiers begin with a small letter, constants and enums are all-capitals.

public final String ME = "Eric Jablow";
public final double GAMMA = 0.5772;
public enum Color { RED, ORANGE, YELLOW, GREEN, BLUE, INDIGO, VIOLET}
public COLOR background = Color.RED;

How to replace ${} placeholders in a text file?

It can be done in bash itself if you have control of the configuration file format. You just need to source (".") the configuration file rather than subshell it. That ensures the variables are created in the context of the current shell (and continue to exist) rather than the subshell (where the variable disappear when the subshell exits).

$ cat config.data
    export parm_jdbc=jdbc:db2://box7.co.uk:5000/INSTA
    export parm_user=pax
    export parm_pwd=never_you_mind

$ cat go.bash
    . config.data
    echo "JDBC string is " $parm_jdbc
    echo "Username is    " $parm_user
    echo "Password is    " $parm_pwd

$ bash go.bash
    JDBC string is  jdbc:db2://box7.co.uk:5000/INSTA
    Username is     pax
    Password is     never_you_mind

If your config file cannot be a shell script, you can just 'compile' it before executing thus (the compilation depends on your input format).

$ cat config.data
    parm_jdbc=jdbc:db2://box7.co.uk:5000/INSTA # JDBC URL
    parm_user=pax                              # user name
    parm_pwd=never_you_mind                    # password

$ cat go.bash
    cat config.data
        | sed 's/#.*$//'
        | sed 's/[ \t]*$//'
        | sed 's/^[ \t]*//'
        | grep -v '^$'
        | sed 's/^/export '
        >config.data-compiled
    . config.data-compiled
    echo "JDBC string is " $parm_jdbc
    echo "Username is    " $parm_user
    echo "Password is    " $parm_pwd

$ bash go.bash
    JDBC string is  jdbc:db2://box7.co.uk:5000/INSTA
    Username is     pax
    Password is     never_you_mind

In your specific case, you could use something like:

$ cat config.data
    export p_p1=val1
    export p_p2=val2
$ cat go.bash
    . ./config.data
    echo "select * from dbtable where p1 = '$p_p1' and p2 like '$p_p2%' order by p1"
$ bash go.bash
    select * from dbtable where p1 = 'val1' and p2 like 'val2%' order by p1

Then pipe the output of go.bash into MySQL and voila, hopefully you won't destroy your database :-).

Is there a git-merge --dry-run option?

I know this is theoretically off-topic, but practically very on-topic for people landing here from a Google search.

When in doubt, you can always use the Github interface to create a pull-request and check if it indicates a clean merge is possible.

Java: Static vs inner class

Let's look in the source of wisdom for such questions: Joshua Bloch's Effective Java:

Technically, there is no such thing as a static inner class. According to Effective Java, the correct terminology is a static nested class. A non-static nested class is indeed an inner class, along with anonymous classes and local classes.

And now to quote:

Each instance of a non-static nested class is implicitly associated with an enclosing instance of its containing class... It is possible to invoke methods on the enclosing instance.

A static nested class does not have access to the enclosing instance. It uses less space too.

How to make flutter app responsive according to different screen size?

Place dependency in pubspec.yaml

flutter_responsive_screen: ^1.0.0

Function hp = Screen(MediaQuery.of(context).size).hp;
Function wp = Screen(MediaQuery.of(context).size).wp;

Example :
return Container(height: hp(27),weight: wp(27));

Settings to Windows Firewall to allow Docker for Windows to share drive

For Windows 10 machines on domain networks, when creating the Hyper-V virtual Ethernet adapter, it gets categorized as a public network. You have to change it to a private network to allow the more relaxed Windows Firewall rules, and therefore allow file sharing.

Run the following command in PowerShell:

Set-NetConnectionProfile -interfacealias "vEthernet (DockerNAT)" -NetworkCategory Private

Change the name in quotes if your machine's virtual Hyper-V network connection is called something else.

How to print a date in a regular format?

You can do:

mylist.append(str(today))

How can we print line numbers to the log in java

Log4J allows you to include the line number as part of its output pattern. See http://logging.apache.org/log4j/1.2/apidocs/org/apache/log4j/PatternLayout.html for details on how to do this (the key element in the conversion pattern is "L"). However, the Javadoc does include the following:

WARNING Generating caller location information is extremely slow. It's use should be avoided unless execution speed is not an issue.

How can I properly use a PDO object for a parameterized SELECT query

You can use the bindParam or bindValue methods to help prepare your statement. It makes things more clear on first sight instead of doing $check->execute(array(':name' => $name)); Especially if you are binding multiple values/variables.

Check the clear, easy to read example below:

$q = $db->prepare("SELECT id FROM table WHERE forename = :forename and surname = :surname LIMIT 1");
$q->bindValue(':forename', 'Joe');
$q->bindValue(':surname',  'Bloggs');
$q->execute();

if ($q->rowCount() > 0){
    $check = $q->fetch(PDO::FETCH_ASSOC);
    $row_id = $check['id'];
    // do something
}

If you are expecting multiple rows remove the LIMIT 1 and change the fetch method into fetchAll:

$q = $db->prepare("SELECT id FROM table WHERE forename = :forename and surname = :surname");// removed limit 1
$q->bindValue(':forename', 'Joe');
$q->bindValue(':surname',  'Bloggs');
$q->execute();

if ($q->rowCount() > 0){
    $check = $q->fetchAll(PDO::FETCH_ASSOC);
    //$check will now hold an array of returned rows. 
    //let's say we need the second result, i.e. index of 1
    $row_id = $check[1]['id']; 
    // do something
}

Calling class staticmethod within the class body?

If the "core problem" is assigning class variables using functions, an alternative is to use a metaclass (it's kind of "annoying" and "magical" and I agree that the static method should be callable inside the class, but unfortunately it isn't). This way, we can refactor the behavior into a standalone function and don't clutter the class.

class KlassMetaClass(type(object)):
    @staticmethod
    def _stat_func():
        return 42

    def __new__(cls, clsname, bases, attrs):
        # Call the __new__ method from the Object metaclass
        super_new = super().__new__(cls, clsname, bases, attrs)
        # Modify class variable "_ANS"
        super_new._ANS = cls._stat_func()
        return super_new

class Klass(object, metaclass=KlassMetaClass):
    """
    Class that will have class variables set pseudo-dynamically by the metaclass
    """
    pass

print(Klass._ANS) # prints 42

Using this alternative "in the real world" may be problematic. I had to use it to override class variables in Django classes, but in other circumstances maybe it's better to go with one of the alternatives from the other answers.

How to get text and a variable in a messagebox

As has been suggested, using the string.format method is nice and simple and very readable.

In vb.net the " + " is used for addition and the " & " is used for string concatenation.

In your example:

MsgBox("Variable = " + variable)

becomes:

MsgBox("Variable = " & variable)

I may have been a bit quick answering this as it appears these operators can both be used for concatenation, but recommended use is the "&", source http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/te2585xw(v=VS.100).aspx

maybe call

variable.ToString()

update:

Use string interpolation (vs2015 onwards I believe):

MsgBox($"Variable = {variable}")

Convert javascript object or array to json for ajax data

You can use JSON.stringify(object) with an object and I just wrote a function that'll recursively convert an array to an object, like this JSON.stringify(convArrToObj(array)), which is the following code (more detail can be found on this answer):

// Convert array to object
var convArrToObj = function(array){
    var thisEleObj = new Object();
    if(typeof array == "object"){
        for(var i in array){
            var thisEle = convArrToObj(array[i]);
            thisEleObj[i] = thisEle;
        }
    }else {
        thisEleObj = array;
    }
    return thisEleObj;
}

To make it more generic, you can override the JSON.stringify function and you won't have to worry about it again, to do this, just paste this at the top of your page:

// Modify JSON.stringify to allow recursive and single-level arrays
(function(){
    // Convert array to object
    var convArrToObj = function(array){
        var thisEleObj = new Object();
        if(typeof array == "object"){
            for(var i in array){
                var thisEle = convArrToObj(array[i]);
                thisEleObj[i] = thisEle;
            }
        }else {
            thisEleObj = array;
        }
        return thisEleObj;
    };
    var oldJSONStringify = JSON.stringify;
    JSON.stringify = function(input){
        return oldJSONStringify(convArrToObj(input));
    };
})();

And now JSON.stringify will accept arrays or objects! (link to jsFiddle with example)


Edit:

Here's another version that's a tad bit more efficient, although it may or may not be less reliable (not sure -- it depends on if JSON.stringify(array) always returns [], which I don't see much reason why it wouldn't, so this function should be better as it does a little less work when you use JSON.stringify with an object):

(function(){
    // Convert array to object
    var convArrToObj = function(array){
        var thisEleObj = new Object();
        if(typeof array == "object"){
            for(var i in array){
                var thisEle = convArrToObj(array[i]);
                thisEleObj[i] = thisEle;
            }
        }else {
            thisEleObj = array;
        }
        return thisEleObj;
    };
    var oldJSONStringify = JSON.stringify;
    JSON.stringify = function(input){
        if(oldJSONStringify(input) == '[]')
            return oldJSONStringify(convArrToObj(input));
        else
            return oldJSONStringify(input);
    };
})();

jsFiddle with example here

js Performance test here, via jsPerf

Convert number to month name in PHP

$days = ['', 'Jan', 'Feb', 'Mar', 'Apr', 'Mai', 'Jun', 'Jul', 'Aug', 'Sep', 'Oct', 'Nov', 'Dec'];
$month = ( date('m') < 10 ) ? date('m')[1] : date('m');

That extracts the months.

How to declare a variable in a template in Angular

In case if you want to get the response of a function and set it into a variable, you can use it like the following in the template, using ng-container to avoid modifying the template.

<ng-container *ngIf="methodName(parameters) as respObject">
  {{respObject.name}}
</ng-container>

And the method in the component can be something like

methodName(parameters: any): any {
  return {name: 'Test name'};
}

Is there a simple way to remove multiple spaces in a string?

I've got a simple method without splitting:

a = "Lorem   Ipsum Darum     Diesrum!"
while True:
    count = a.find("  ")
    if count > 0:
        a = a.replace("  ", " ")
        count = a.find("  ")
        continue
    else:
        break

print(a)

Gradients in Internet Explorer 9

IE9 currently lacks CSS3 gradient support. However, here is a nice workaround solution using PHP to return an SVG (vertical linear) gradient instead, which allows us to keep our design in our stylesheets.

<?php

$from_stop = isset($_GET['from']) ? $_GET['from'] : '000000';
$to_stop = isset($_GET['to']) ? $_GET['to'] : '000000';

header('Content-type: image/svg+xml; charset=utf-8');

echo '<?xml version="1.0"?>
';

?>
<svg xmlns="http://www.w3.org/2000/svg" version="1.1" width="100%" height="100%">
    <defs>
        <linearGradient id="linear-gradient" x1="0%" y1="0%" x2="0%" y2="100%">
            <stop offset="0%" stop-color="#<?php echo $from_stop; ?>" stop-opacity="1"/>
            <stop offset="100%" stop-color="#<?php echo $to_stop; ?>" stop-opacity="1"/>
        </linearGradient>
    </defs>
    <rect width="100%" height="100%" fill="url(#linear-gradient)"/>
</svg>

Simply upload it to your server and call the URL like so:

gradient.php?from=f00&to=00f

This can be used in conjunction with your CSS3 gradients like this:

.my-color {
    background-color: #f00;
    background-image: url(gradient.php?from=f00&to=00f);
    background-image: -webkit-gradient(linear, left top, left bottom, from(#f00), to(#00f));
    background-image: -webkit-linear-gradient(top, #f00, #00f);
    background-image: -moz-linear-gradient(top, #f00, #00f);
    background-image: linear-gradient(top, #f00, #00f);
}

If you need to target below IE9, you can still use the old proprietary 'filter' method:

.ie7 .my-color, .ie8 .my-color {
    filter: progid:DXImageTransform.Microsoft.Gradient(startColorStr="#ff0000", endColorStr="#0000ff");
}

Of course you can amend the PHP code to add more stops on the gradient, or make it more sophisticated (radial gradients, transparency etc.) but this is great for those simple (vertical) linear gradients.

How to list the files in current directory?

I used this answer with my local directory ( for example E:// ) it is worked fine for the first directory and for the seconde directory the output made a java null pointer exception, after searching for the reason i discover that the problem was created by the hidden directory, and this directory was created by windows to avoid this problem just use this

public void recursiveSearch(File file ) {
 File[] filesList = file.listFiles();
    for (File f : filesList) {
        if (f.isDirectory() && !f.isHidden()) {
            System.out.println("Directoy name is  -------------->" + f.getName());
            recursiveSearch(f);
        }
        if( f.isFile() ){
            System.out.println("File name is  -------------->" + f.getName());
        }
    }
}

batch file to list folders within a folder to one level

Dir

Use the dir command. Type in dir /? for help and options.

dir /a:d /b

Redirect

Then use a redirect to save the list to a file.

> list.txt

Together

dir /a:d /b > list.txt

This will output just the names of the directories. if you want the full path of the directories use this below.


Full Path

for /f "delims=" %%D in ('dir /a:d /b') do echo %%~fD

Alternative

other method just using the for command. See for /? for help and options. This can output just the name %%~nxD or the full path %%~fD

for /d %%D in (*) do echo %%~fD

Notes

To use these commands directly on the command line, change the double percent signs to single percent signs. %% to %

To redirect the for methods, just add the redirect after the echo statements. Use the double arrow >> redirect here to append to the file, else only the last statement will be written to the file due to overwriting all the others.

... echo %%~fD>> list.txt

python date of the previous month

Building off the comment of @J.F. Sebastian, you can chain the replace() function to go back one "month". Since a month is not a constant time period, this solution tries to go back to the same date the previous month, which of course does not work for all months. In such a case, this algorithm defaults to the last day of the prior month.

from datetime import datetime, timedelta

d = datetime(2012, 3, 31) # A problem date as an example

# last day of last month
one_month_ago = (d.replace(day=1) - timedelta(days=1))
try:
    # try to go back to same day last month
    one_month_ago = one_month_ago.replace(day=d.day)
except ValueError:
    pass
print("one_month_ago: {0}".format(one_month_ago))

Output:

one_month_ago: 2012-02-29 00:00:00

'Linker command failed with exit code 1' when using Google Analytics via CocoaPods

When I changed 'iOS Deployment Target' from 'IOS 10.0' to current one (my phone's) 'iOS 10.2', the problem was gone for me.

Building Settings>Deployment>iOS Deployment Target

R error "sum not meaningful for factors"

The error comes when you try to call sum(x) and x is a factor.

What that means is that one of your columns, though they look like numbers are actually factors (what you are seeing is the text representation)

simple fix, convert to numeric. However, it needs an intermeidate step of converting to character first. Use the following:

family[, 1] <- as.numeric(as.character( family[, 1] ))
family[, 3] <- as.numeric(as.character( family[, 3] ))

For a detailed explanation of why the intermediate as.character step is needed, take a look at this question: How to convert a factor to integer\numeric without loss of information?

How to include js file in another js file?

It is not possible directly. You may as well write some preprocessor which can handle that.

If I understand it correctly then below are the things that can be helpful to achieve that:

  • Use a pre-processor which will run through your JS files for example looking for patterns like "@import somefile.js" and replace them with the content of the actual file. Nicholas Zakas(Yahoo) wrote one such library in Java which you can use (http://www.nczonline.net/blog/2009/09/22/introducing-combiner-a-javascriptcss-concatenation-tool/)

  • If you are using Ruby on Rails then you can give Jammit asset packaging a try, it uses assets.yml configuration file where you can define your packages which can contain multiple files and then refer them in your actual webpage by the package name.

  • Try using a module loader like RequireJS or a script loader like LabJs with the ability to control the loading sequence as well as taking advantage of parallel downloading.

JavaScript currently does not provide a "native" way of including a JavaScript file into another like CSS ( @import ), but all the above mentioned tools/ways can be helpful to achieve the DRY principle you mentioned. I can understand that it may not feel intuitive if you are from a Server-side background but this is the way things are. For front-end developers this problem is typically a "deployment and packaging issue".

Hope it helps.

How to correctly get image from 'Resources' folder in NetBeans

Thanks, Valter Henrique, with your tip i managed to realise, that i simply entered incorrect path to this image. In one of my tries i use

    String pathToImageSortBy = "resources/testDataIcons/filling.png";
    ImageIcon SortByIcon = new ImageIcon(getClass().getClassLoader().getResource(pathToImageSortBy));

But correct way was use name of my project in path to resource

String pathToImageSortBy = "nameOfProject/resources/testDataIcons/filling.png";
ImageIcon SortByIcon = new ImageIcon(getClass().getClassLoader().getResource(pathToImageSortBy));

Best way to center a <div> on a page vertically and horizontally?

Sorry for late reply best way is

  div {
      position: fixed;
      top: 50%;
      left: 50%;
      margin-top: -50px;
      margin-left: -100px;
    }

margin-top and margin-left should be according to your div box size

Codeigniter LIKE with wildcard(%)

For Full like you can user :

$this->db->like('title',$query);

For %$query you can use

$this->db->like('title', $query, 'before');

and for $query% you can use

$this->db->like('title', $query, 'after');

Pandas: ValueError: cannot convert float NaN to integer

Also, even at the lastest versions of pandas if the column is object type you would have to convert into float first, something like:

df['column_name'].astype(np.float).astype("Int32")

NB: You have to go through numpy float first and then to nullable Int32, for some reason.

The size of the int if it's 32 or 64 depends on your variable, be aware you may loose some precision if your numbers are to big for the format.

How to force cp to overwrite without confirmation

I simply used unalias to remove the "cp -i" alias, then do the copy, then set back the alias. :

unalias cp  
cp -f foo foo.copy  
alias cp="cp -i"  

Not the most beautiful code, but easy to set and efficient. I also check the alias is already set back with a simple

alias |grep cp

Prevent typing non-numeric in input type number

This solution seems to be working well for me. It builds on @pavok's solution by preserving ctrl key commands.

document.querySelector("input").addEventListener("keypress", function (e) {
  if (
    e.key.length === 1 && e.key !== '.' && isNaN(e.key) && !e.ctrlKey || 
    e.key === '.' && e.target.value.toString().indexOf('.') > -1
  ) {
    e.preventDefault();
  }
});

Remove Android App Title Bar

Simple way
getSupportActionBar().hide();

Kotlin: supportActionBar?.hide()

"Cannot start compilation: the output path is not specified for module..."

After this

Two things to do:

Project Settings > Project compiler output > Set it as "Project path(You actual project's path)”+”\out”.

Project Settings > Module > Path > Choose "Inherit project compile path""

If button ran is not active

You must reload IDEA

window.open with headers

You can't directly add custom headers with window.open() in popup window but to work that we have two possible solutions


  1. Write Ajax method to call that particular URL with headers in a separate HTML file and use that HTML as url in<i>window.open()</i> here is abc.html
        $.ajax({
        url: "ORIGIONAL_URL",
        type: 'GET',
        dataType: 'json',
        headers: {
            Authorization : 'Bearer ' + data.id_token,
            AuthorizationCheck : 'AccessCode ' +data.checkSum , 
            ContentType :'application/json'
        },

        success: function (result) {
              console.log(result);
        },
        error: function (error) {

        } });

call html

window.open('*\abc.html')

here CORS policy can block the request if CORS is not enabled in requested URL.


  1. You can request a URL that triggers a server-side program which makes the request with custom headers and then returns the response redirecting to that particular url.

Suppose in Java Servlet(/requestURL) we'll make this request

`

        String[] responseHeader= new String[2];
        responseHeader[0] = "Bearer " + id_token;
        responseHeader[1] = "AccessCode " + checkSum;

        String url = "ORIGIONAL_URL";

        URL obj = new URL(url);
        HttpURLConnection urlConnection = (HttpURLConnection) obj.openConnection();
        urlConnection.setRequestMethod("GET");
        urlConnection.setDoInput(true);
        urlConnection.setDoOutput(true);
        urlConnection.setRequestProperty("Content-Type", "application/json");
        urlConnection.setRequestProperty("Accept", "application/json");
        urlConnection.setRequestProperty("Authorization", responseHeader[0]);
        urlConnection.setRequestProperty("AuthorizationCheck", responseHeader[1]);
        int responseCode = urlConnection.getResponseCode();
        if (responseCode == HttpURLConnection.HTTP_OK) {
            BufferedReader in = new BufferedReader(new 
                         InputStreamReader(urlConnection.getInputStream()));
            String inputLine;
            StringBuffer response1 = new StringBuffer();

            while ((inputLine = in.readLine()) != null) {
                response1.append(inputLine);
            }
            in.close();
            response.sendRedirect(response1.toString());
            // print result
            System.out.println(response1.toString());
        } else {
            System.out.println("GET request not worked");
        }

`

call servlet in window.open('/requestURL')

runOnUiThread in fragment

You can also post runnable using the view from any other thread. But be sure that the view is not null:

 tView.post(new Runnable() {
                    @Override
                    public void run() {
                        tView.setText("Success");
                    }
                });

According to the Documentation:

"boolean post (Runnable action) Causes the Runnable to be added to the message queue. The runnable will be run on the user interface thread."

Get the last element of a std::string

In C++11 and beyond, you can use the back member function:

char ch = myStr.back();

In C++03, std::string::back is not available due to an oversight, but you can get around this by dereferencing the reverse_iterator you get back from rbegin:

char ch = *myStr.rbegin();

In both cases, be careful to make sure the string actually has at least one character in it! Otherwise, you'll get undefined behavior, which is a Bad Thing.

Hope this helps!

Simple WPF RadioButton Binding?

I know it's way way overdue, but I have an alternative solution, which is lighter and simpler. Derive a class from System.Windows.Controls.RadioButton and declare two dependency properties RadioValue and RadioBinding. Then in the class code, override OnChecked and set the RadioBinding property value to that of the RadioValue property value. In the other direction, trap changes to the RadioBinding property using a callback, and if the new value is equal to the value of the RadioValue property, set its IsChecked property to true.

Here's the code:

public class MyRadioButton : RadioButton
{
    public object RadioValue
    {
        get { return (object)GetValue(RadioValueProperty); }
        set { SetValue(RadioValueProperty, value); }
    }

    // Using a DependencyProperty as the backing store for RadioValue.
       This enables animation, styling, binding, etc...
    public static readonly DependencyProperty RadioValueProperty =
        DependencyProperty.Register(
            "RadioValue", 
            typeof(object), 
            typeof(MyRadioButton), 
            new UIPropertyMetadata(null));

    public object RadioBinding
    {
        get { return (object)GetValue(RadioBindingProperty); }
        set { SetValue(RadioBindingProperty, value); }
    }

    // Using a DependencyProperty as the backing store for RadioBinding.
       This enables animation, styling, binding, etc...
    public static readonly DependencyProperty RadioBindingProperty =
        DependencyProperty.Register(
            "RadioBinding", 
            typeof(object), 
            typeof(MyRadioButton), 
            new FrameworkPropertyMetadata(
                null, 
                FrameworkPropertyMetadataOptions.BindsTwoWayByDefault, 
                OnRadioBindingChanged));

    private static void OnRadioBindingChanged(
        DependencyObject d,
        DependencyPropertyChangedEventArgs e)
    {
        MyRadioButton rb = (MyRadioButton)d;
        if (rb.RadioValue.Equals(e.NewValue))
            rb.SetCurrentValue(RadioButton.IsCheckedProperty, true);
    }

    protected override void OnChecked(RoutedEventArgs e)
    {
        base.OnChecked(e);
        SetCurrentValue(RadioBindingProperty, RadioValue);
    }
}

XAML usage:

<my:MyRadioButton GroupName="grp1" Content="Value 1"
    RadioValue="val1" RadioBinding="{Binding SelectedValue}"/>
<my:MyRadioButton GroupName="grp1" Content="Value 2"
    RadioValue="val2" RadioBinding="{Binding SelectedValue}"/>
<my:MyRadioButton GroupName="grp1" Content="Value 3"
    RadioValue="val3" RadioBinding="{Binding SelectedValue}"/>
<my:MyRadioButton GroupName="grp1" Content="Value 4"
    RadioValue="val4" RadioBinding="{Binding SelectedValue}"/>

Hope someone finds this useful after all this time :)

SQL query to select distinct row with minimum value

As this is tagged with sql only, the following is using ANSI SQL and a window function:

select id, game, point
from (
  select id, game, point, 
         row_number() over (partition by game order by point) as rn
  from games
) t
where rn = 1;

Best way to strip punctuation from a string

with open('one.txt','r')as myFile:

    str1=myFile.read()

    print(str1)


    punctuation = ['(', ')', '?', ':', ';', ',', '.', '!', '/', '"', "'"] 

for i in punctuation:

        str1 = str1.replace(i," ") 
        myList=[]
        myList.extend(str1.split(" "))
print (str1) 
for i in myList:

    print(i,end='\n')
    print ("____________")

java.rmi.ConnectException: Connection refused to host: 127.0.1.1;

If you've tried modifying etc/hosts and adding java.rmi.server.hostname property as well but still registry is being bind to 127.0.0.1

the issue for me was resolved after explicitly setting System property through code though the same property wasn't picked from jvm args

Hibernate openSession() vs getCurrentSession()

As explained in this forum post, 1 and 2 are related. If you set hibernate.current_session_context_class to thread and then implement something like a servlet filter that opens the session - then you can access that session anywhere else by using the SessionFactory.getCurrentSession().

SessionFactory.openSession() always opens a new session that you have to close once you are done with the operations. SessionFactory.getCurrentSession() returns a session bound to a context - you don't need to close this.

If you are using Spring or EJBs to manage transactions you can configure them to open / close sessions along with the transactions.

You should never use one session per web app - session is not a thread safe object - cannot be shared by multiple threads. You should always use "one session per request" or "one session per transaction"

Not unique table/alias

Your query contains columns which could be present with the same name in more than one table you are referencing, hence the not unique error. It's best if you make the references explicit and/or use table aliases when joining.

Try

    SELECT pa.ProjectID, p.Project_Title, a.Account_ID, a.Username, a.Access_Type, c.First_Name, c.Last_Name
      FROM Project_Assigned pa
INNER JOIN Account a
        ON pa.AccountID = a.Account_ID
INNER JOIN Project p
        ON pa.ProjectID = p.Project_ID
INNER JOIN Clients c
        ON a.Account_ID = c.Account_ID
     WHERE a.Access_Type = 'Client';

Can regular JavaScript be mixed with jQuery?

Of course you can, but why do this? You have to include a <script></script>pair of tags that link to the jQuery web page, i.e.: <script type="text/javascript" src="http://code.jquery.com/jquery-latest.min.js"></script> . Then you will load the whole jQuery object just to use one single function, and because jQuery is a JavaScript library which will take time for the computer to upload, it will execute slower than just JavaScript.

How to make a movie out of images in python

You could consider using an external tool like ffmpeg to merge the images into a movie (see answer here) or you could try to use OpenCv to combine the images into a movie like the example here.

I'm attaching below a code snipped I used to combine all png files from a folder called "images" into a video.

import cv2
import os

image_folder = 'images'
video_name = 'video.avi'

images = [img for img in os.listdir(image_folder) if img.endswith(".png")]
frame = cv2.imread(os.path.join(image_folder, images[0]))
height, width, layers = frame.shape

video = cv2.VideoWriter(video_name, 0, 1, (width,height))

for image in images:
    video.write(cv2.imread(os.path.join(image_folder, image)))

cv2.destroyAllWindows()
video.release()

Undo git pull, how to bring repos to old state

If there is a failed merge, which is the most common reason for wanting to undo a git pull, running git reset --merge does exactly what one would expect: keep the fetched files, but undo the merge that git pull attempted to merge. Then one can decide what to do without the clutter that git merge sometimes generates. And it does not need one to find the exact commit ID which --hard mentioned in every other answer requires.

Get the short Git version hash

what about this :

git log --pretty="%h %cD %cn %s"  

it shows someting like :

674cd0d Wed, 20 Nov 2019 12:15:38 +0000 Bob commit message

see the pretty format documentation enter link description here

How can I get System variable value in Java?

Actually the variable can be set or not, so, In Java 8 or superior its nullable value should be wrapped into an Optional object, which allows really good features. In the following example we gonna try to obtain the variable ENV_VAR1, if it doesnt exist we may throw some custom Exception to alert about it:

String ENV_VAR1 = Optional.ofNullable(System.getenv("ENV_VAR1")).orElseThrow(
  () -> new CustomException("ENV_VAR1 is not set in the environment"));

How to increase heap size of an android application?

you can't increase the heap size dynamically.

you can request to use more by using android:largeHeap="true" in the manifest.

also, you can use native memory (NDK & JNI) , so you actually bypass the heap size limitation.

here are some posts i've made about it:

and here's a library i've made for it:

How to pass data from child component to its parent in ReactJS?

from child component to parent component as below

parent component

class Parent extends React.Component {
   state = { message: "parent message" }
   callbackFunction = (childData) => {
       this.setState({message: childData})
   },
   render() {
        return (
            <div>
                 <Child parentCallback = {this.callbackFunction}/>
                 <p> {this.state.message} </p>
            </div>
        );
   }
}

child component

class Child extends React.Component{
    sendBackData = () => {
         this.props.parentCallback("child message");
    },
    render() { 
       <button onClick={sendBackData}>click me to send back</button>
    }
};

I hope this work

React Native - Image Require Module using Dynamic Names

This worked for me :

I made a custom image component which takes in a boolean to check if the image is from web or is being passed from a local folder.

// In index.ios.js after importing the component
<CustomImage fromWeb={false} imageName={require('./images/logo.png')}/>

// In CustomImage.js which is my image component
<Image style={styles.image} source={this.props.imageName} />

If you see the code, instead of using one of these:

// NOTE: Neither of these will work
source={require('../images/'+imageName)} 
var imageName = require('../images/'+imageName)

I'm just sending the entire require('./images/logo.png') as a prop. It works!

How to revert the last migration?

This answer is for similar cases if the top answer by Alasdair does not help. (E.g. if the unwanted migration is created soon again with every new migration or if it is in a bigger migration that can not be reverted or the table has been removed manually.)

...delete the migration, without creating a new migration?

TL;DR: You can delete a few last reverted (confused) migrations and make a new one after fixing models. You can also use other methods to configure it to not create a table by migrate command. The last migration must be created so that it match the current models.


Cases why anyone do not want to create a table for a Model that must exist:

A) No such table should exist in no database on no machine and no conditions

  • When: It is a base model created only for model inheritance of other model.
  • Solution: Set class Meta: abstract = True

B) The table is created rarely, by something else or manually in a special way.

  • Solution: Use class Meta: managed = False
    The migration is created, but never used, only in tests. Migration file is important, otherwise database tests can't run, starting from reproducible initial state.

C) The table is used only on some machine (e.g. in development).

  • Solution: Move the model to a new application that is added to INSTALLED_APPS only under special conditions or use a conditional class Meta: managed = some_switch.

D) The project uses multiple databases in settings.DATABASES

  • Solution: Write a Database router with method allow_migrate in order to differentiate the databases where the table should be created and where not.

The migration is created in all cases A), B), C), D) with Django 1.9+ (and only in cases B, C, D with Django 1.8), but applied to the database only in appropriate cases or maybe never if required so. Migrations have been necessary for running tests since Django 1.8. The complete relevant current state is recorded by migrations even for models with managed=False in Django 1.9+ to be possible to create a ForeignKey between managed/unmanaged models or to can make the model managed=True later. (This question has been written at the time of Django 1.8. Everything here should be valid for versions between 1.8 to the current 2.2.)

If the last migration is (are) not easily revertible then it is possible to cautiously (after database backup) do a fake revert ./manage.py migrate --fake my_app 0010_previous_migration, delete the table manually.

If necessary, create a fixed migration from the fixed model and apply it without changing the database structure ./manage.py migrate --fake my_app 0011_fixed_migration.

How to import local packages in go?

Local package is a annoying problem in go.

For some projects in our company we decide not use sub packages at all.

  • $ glide install
  • $ go get
  • $ go install

All work.

For some projects we use sub packages, and import local packages with full path:

import "xxxx.gitlab.xx/xxgroup/xxproject/xxsubpackage

But if we fork this project, then the subpackages still refer the original one.

Find difference between timestamps in seconds in PostgreSQL

Try: 

SELECT EXTRACT(EPOCH FROM (timestamp_B - timestamp_A))
FROM TableA

Details here: EXTRACT.

Extract hostname name from string

This is not a full answer, but the below code should help you:

function myFunction() {
    var str = "https://www.123rf.com/photo_10965738_lots-oop.html";
    matches = str.split('/');
    return matches[2];
}

I would like some one to create code faster than mine. It help to improve my-self also.

Temporarily change current working directory in bash to run a command

You can run the cd and the executable in a subshell by enclosing the command line in a pair of parentheses:

(cd SOME_PATH && exec_some_command)

Demo:

$ pwd
/home/abhijit
$ (cd /tmp && pwd)  # directory changed in the subshell
/tmp 
$ pwd               # parent shell's pwd is still the same
/home/abhijit

Find Item in ObservableCollection without using a loop

An observablecollection can be a List

{
    BuchungsSatz item = BuchungsListe.ToList.Find(x => x.BuchungsAuftragId == DGBuchungenAuftrag.CurrentItem.Id);
}

Spring Boot yaml configuration for a list of strings

@Value("${your.elements}")    
private String[] elements;

yml file:

your:
 elements: element1, element2, element3

c# - approach for saving user settings in a WPF application?

Apart from a database, you can also have following options to save user related settings

  1. registry under HKEY_CURRENT_USER

  2. in a file in AppData folder

  3. using Settings file in WPF and by setting its scope as User

How to put labels over geom_bar for each bar in R with ggplot2

To add to rcs' answer, if you want to use position_dodge() with geom_bar() when x is a POSIX.ct date, you must multiply the width by 86400, e.g.,

ggplot(data=dat, aes(x=Types, y=Number, fill=sample)) + 
 geom_bar(position = "dodge", stat = 'identity') +
 geom_text(aes(label=Number), position=position_dodge(width=0.9*86400), vjust=-0.25)

PostgreSQL database default location on Linux

The command pg_lsclusters (at least under Linux / Ubuntu) can be used to list the existing clusters and with it also the data directory:

Ver Cluster Port Status Owner    Data directory               Log file
9.5 main    5433 down   postgres /var/lib/postgresql/9.5/main /var/log/postgresql/postgresql-9.5-main.log
10  main    5432 down   postgres /var/lib/postgresql/10/main  /var/log/postgresql/postgresql-10-main.log

View stored procedure/function definition in MySQL

SHOW CREATE PROCEDURE <name>

Returns the text of a previously defined stored procedure that was created using the CREATE PROCEDURE statement. Swap PROCEDURE for FUNCTION for a stored function.

Using Application context everywhere?

Application Class:

import android.app.Application;
import android.content.Context;

public class MyApplication extends Application {

    private static Context mContext;

    public void onCreate() {
        super.onCreate();
        mContext = getApplicationContext();
    }

    public static Context getAppContext() {
        return mContext;
    }

}

Declare the Application in the AndroidManifest:

<application android:name=".MyApplication"
    ...
/>

Usage:

MyApplication.getAppContext()

How to set environment via `ng serve` in Angular 6

For Angular 2 - 5 refer the article Multiple Environment in angular

For Angular 6 use ng serve --configuration=dev

Note: Refer the same article for angular 6 as well. But wherever you find --env instead use --configuration. That's works well for angular 6.

Highlight a word with jQuery

function hiliter(word, element) {
    var rgxp = new RegExp(word, 'g');
    var repl = '<span class="myClass">' + word + '</span>';
    element.innerHTML = element.innerHTML.replace(rgxp, repl);
}
hiliter('dolor');

Convert Map<String,Object> to Map<String,String>

As you are casting from Object to String I recommend you catch and report (in some way, here I just print a message, which is generally bad) the exception.

    Map<String,Object> map = new HashMap<String,Object>(); //Object is containing String
    Map<String,String> newMap =new HashMap<String,String>();

    for (Map.Entry<String, Object> entry : map.entrySet()) {
        try{
            newMap.put(entry.getKey(), (String) entry.getValue());
        }
        catch(ClassCastException e){
            System.out.println("ERROR: "+entry.getKey()+" -> "+entry.getValue()+
                               " not added, as "+entry.getValue()+" is not a String");
        }
    }

Bootstrap 4 align navbar items to the right

On Bootsrap 4.0.0-beta.2, none of the answers listed here worked for me. Finally, the Bootstrap site gave me the solution, not via its doc but via its page source code...

Getbootstrap.com align their right navbar-nav to the right with the help of the following class: ml-md-auto.

How do I put a clear button inside my HTML text input box like the iPhone does?

HTML5 introduces the 'search' input type that I believe does what you want.

<input type="search" />

Here's a live example.

How to get JSON response from http.Get

Your Problem were the slice declarations in your data structs (except for Track, they shouldn't be slices...). This was compounded by some rather goofy fieldnames in the fetched json file, which can be fixed via structtags, see godoc.

The code below parsed the json successfully. If you've further questions, let me know.

package main

import "fmt"
import "net/http"
import "io/ioutil"
import "encoding/json"

type Tracks struct {
    Toptracks Toptracks_info
}

type Toptracks_info struct {
    Track []Track_info
    Attr  Attr_info `json: "@attr"`
}

type Track_info struct {
    Name       string
    Duration   string
    Listeners  string
    Mbid       string
    Url        string
    Streamable Streamable_info
    Artist     Artist_info   
    Attr       Track_attr_info `json: "@attr"`
}

type Attr_info struct {
    Country    string
    Page       string
    PerPage    string
    TotalPages string
    Total      string
}

type Streamable_info struct {
    Text      string `json: "#text"`
    Fulltrack string
}

type Artist_info struct {
    Name string
    Mbid string
    Url  string
}

type Track_attr_info struct {
    Rank string
}

func perror(err error) {
    if err != nil {
        panic(err)
    }
}

func get_content() {
    url := "http://ws.audioscrobbler.com/2.0/?method=geo.gettoptracks&api_key=c1572082105bd40d247836b5c1819623&format=json&country=Netherlands"

    res, err := http.Get(url)
    perror(err)
    defer res.Body.Close()

    decoder := json.NewDecoder(res.Body)
    var data Tracks
    err = decoder.Decode(&data)
    if err != nil {
        fmt.Printf("%T\n%s\n%#v\n",err, err, err)
        switch v := err.(type){
            case *json.SyntaxError:
                fmt.Println(string(body[v.Offset-40:v.Offset]))
        }
    }
    for i, track := range data.Toptracks.Track{
        fmt.Printf("%d: %s %s\n", i, track.Artist.Name, track.Name)
    }
}

func main() {
    get_content()
}

What is the difference between loose coupling and tight coupling in the object oriented paradigm?

It's about classes dependency rate to another ones which is so low in loosely coupled and so high in tightly coupled. To be clear in the service orientation architecture, services are loosely coupled to each other against monolithic which classes dependency to each other is on purpose

Is there a C# String.Format() equivalent in JavaScript?

I created it a long time ago, related question

String.Format = function (b) {
    var a = arguments;
    return b.replace(/(\{\{\d\}\}|\{\d\})/g, function (b) {
        if (b.substring(0, 2) == "{{") return b;
        var c = parseInt(b.match(/\d/)[0]);
        return a[c + 1]
    })
};

How can I programmatically generate keypress events in C#?

The question is tagged WPF but the answers so far are specific WinForms and Win32.

To do this in WPF, simply construct a KeyEventArgs and call RaiseEvent on the target. For example, to send an Insert key KeyDown event to the currently focused element:

var key = Key.Insert;                    // Key to send
var target = Keyboard.FocusedElement;    // Target element
var routedEvent = Keyboard.KeyDownEvent; // Event to send
     target.RaiseEvent(
  new KeyEventArgs(
    Keyboard.PrimaryDevice,
    PresentationSource.FromVisual(target),
    0,
    key)
  { RoutedEvent=routedEvent }
);

This solution doesn't rely on native calls or Windows internals and should be much more reliable than the others. It also allows you to simulate a keypress on a specific element.

Note that this code is only applicable to PreviewKeyDown, KeyDown, PreviewKeyUp, and KeyUp events. If you want to send TextInput events you'll do this instead:

var text = "Hello";
var target = Keyboard.FocusedElement;
var routedEvent = TextCompositionManager.TextInputEvent;

target.RaiseEvent(
  new TextCompositionEventArgs(
    InputManager.Current.PrimaryKeyboardDevice,
    new TextComposition(InputManager.Current, target, text))
  { RoutedEvent = routedEvent }
);

Also note that:

  • Controls expect to receive Preview events, for example PreviewKeyDown should precede KeyDown

  • Using target.RaiseEvent(...) sends the event directly to the target without meta-processing such as accelerators, text composition and IME. This is normally what you want. On the other hand, if you really do what to simulate actual keyboard keys for some reason, you would use InputManager.ProcessInput() instead.

How to convert string to Title Case in Python?

Why not use title Right from the docs:

>>> "they're bill's friends from the UK".title()
"They'Re Bill'S Friends From The Uk"

If you really wanted PascalCase you can use this:

>>> ''.join(x for x in 'make IT pascal CaSe'.title() if not x.isspace())
'MakeItPascalCase'

Convert to binary and keep leading zeros in Python

Sometimes you just want a simple one liner:

binary = ''.join(['{0:08b}'.format(ord(x)) for x in input])

Python 3

Finding the position of the max element

In the STL, std::max_element provides the iterator (which can be used to get index with std::distance, if you really want it).

int main(int argc, char** argv) {
  int A[4] = {0, 2, 3, 1};
  const int N = sizeof(A) / sizeof(int);

  cout << "Index of max element: "
       << distance(A, max_element(A, A + N))
       << endl;

  return 0;
}

Question mark and colon in statement. What does it mean?

It means if "OperationURL[1]" evaluates to "GET" then return "GetRequestSignature()" else return "". I'm guessing "GetRequestSignature()" here returns a string. The syntax CONDITION ? A : B basically stands for an if-else where A is returned when CONDITION is true and B is returned when CONDITION is false.

Accessing constructor of an anonymous class

Here's another way around the problem:

public class Test{

    public static final void main(String...args){

        new Thread(){

            private String message = null;

            Thread initialise(String message){

                this.message = message;
                return this;
            }

            public void run(){
                System.out.println(message);
            }
        }.initialise(args[0]).start();
    }
}

How to do a SQL NOT NULL with a DateTime?

Just to rule out a possibility - it doesn't appear to have anything to do with the ANSI_NULLS option, because that controls comparing to NULL with the = and <> operators. IS [NOT] NULL works whether ANSI_NULLS is ON or OFF.

I've also tried this against SQL Server 2005 with isql, because ANSI_NULLS defaults to OFF when using DB-Library.

How can I convert a Unix timestamp to DateTime and vice versa?

Be careful, if you need precision higher than milliseconds!

.NET (v4.6) methods (e.g. FromUnixTimeMilliseconds) don't provide this precision.

AddSeconds and AddMilliseconds also cut off the microseconds in the double.

These versions have high precision:

Unix -> DateTime

public static DateTime UnixTimestampToDateTime(double unixTime)
{
    DateTime unixStart = new DateTime(1970, 1, 1, 0, 0, 0, 0, System.DateTimeKind.Utc);
    long unixTimeStampInTicks = (long) (unixTime * TimeSpan.TicksPerSecond);
    return new DateTime(unixStart.Ticks + unixTimeStampInTicks, System.DateTimeKind.Utc);
}

DateTime -> Unix

public static double DateTimeToUnixTimestamp(DateTime dateTime)
{
    DateTime unixStart = new DateTime(1970, 1, 1, 0, 0, 0, 0, System.DateTimeKind.Utc);
    long unixTimeStampInTicks = (dateTime.ToUniversalTime() - unixStart).Ticks;
    return (double) unixTimeStampInTicks / TimeSpan.TicksPerSecond;
}

A Space between Inline-Block List Items

Actually, this is not specific to display:inline-block, but also applies to display:inline. Thus, in addition to David Horák's solution, this also works:

ul {
    font-size: 0;
}
ul li {
    font-size: 14px;
    display: inline;
}

How to "grep" out specific line ranges of a file

If I understand correctly, you want to find a pattern between two line numbers. The awk one-liner could be

awk '/whatev/ && NR >= 1234 && NR <= 5555' file

You don't need to run grep followed by sed.

Perl one-liner:

perl -ne 'if (/whatev/ && $. >= 1234 && $. <= 5555') {print}' file

Django return redirect() with parameters

Firstly, your URL definition does not accept any parameters at all. If you want parameters to be passed from the URL into the view, you need to define them in the urlconf.

Secondly, it's not at all clear what you are expecting to happen to the cleaned_data dictionary. Don't forget you can't redirect to a POST - this is a limitation of HTTP, not Django - so your cleaned_data either needs to be a URL parameter (horrible) or, slightly better, a series of GET parameters - so the URL would be in the form:

/link/mybackend/?field1=value1&field2=value2&field3=value3

and so on. In this case, field1, field2 and field3 are not included in the URLconf definition - they are available in the view via request.GET.

So your urlconf would be:

url(r'^link/(?P<backend>\w+?)/$', my_function)

and the view would look like:

def my_function(request, backend):
   data = request.GET

and the reverse would be (after importing urllib):

return "%s?%s" % (redirect('my_function', args=(backend,)),
                  urllib.urlencode(form.cleaned_data))

Edited after comment

The whole point of using redirect and reverse, as you have been doing, is that you go to the URL - it returns an Http code that causes the browser to redirect to the new URL, and call that.

If you simply want to call the view from within your code, just do it directly - no need to use reverse at all.

That said, if all you want to do is store the data, then just put it in the session:

request.session['temp_data'] = form.cleaned_data

How do you run a command as an administrator from the Windows command line?

Simple pipe trick, ||, with some .vbs used at top of your batch. It will exit regular and restart as administrator.

@AT>NUL||echo set shell=CreateObject("Shell.Application"):shell.ShellExecute "%~dpnx0",,"%CD%", "runas", 1:set shell=nothing>%~n0.vbs&start %~n0.vbs /realtime& timeout 1 /NOBREAK>nul& del /Q %~n0.vbs&cls&exit

It also del /Q the temp.vbs when it's done using it.

How can I disable notices and warnings in PHP within the .htaccess file?

If you are in a shared hosting plan that doesn't have PHP installed as a module you will get a 500 server error when adding those flags to the .htaccess file.

But you can add the line

ini_set('display_errors','off');

on top of your .php file and it should work without any errors.

What does %~d0 mean in a Windows batch file?

This code explains the use of the ~tilda character, which was the most confusing thing to me. Once I understood this, it makes things much easier to understand:

@ECHO off
SET "PATH=%~dp0;%PATH%"
ECHO %PATH%
ECHO.
CALL :testargs "these are days" "when the brave endure"
GOTO :pauseit
:testargs
SET ARGS=%~1;%~2;%1;%2
ECHO %ARGS%
ECHO.
exit /B 0
:pauseit
pause

SQL exclude a column using SELECT * [except columnA] FROM tableA?

If you want to exclude a sensitive case column like the password for example, I do this to hide the value :

SELECT * , "" as password FROM tableName;

PHP Curl And Cookies

Here you can find some useful info about cURL & cookies http://docstore.mik.ua/orelly/webprog/pcook/ch11_04.htm .

You can also use this well done method https://github.com/alixaxel/phunction/blob/master/phunction/Net.php#L89 like a function:

function CURL($url, $data = null, $method = 'GET', $cookie = null, $options = null, $retries = 3)
{
    $result = false;

    if ((extension_loaded('curl') === true) && (is_resource($curl = curl_init()) === true))
    {
        curl_setopt($curl, CURLOPT_URL, $url);
        curl_setopt($curl, CURLOPT_FAILONERROR, true);
        curl_setopt($curl, CURLOPT_AUTOREFERER, true);
        curl_setopt($curl, CURLOPT_RETURNTRANSFER, true);
        curl_setopt($curl, CURLOPT_SSL_VERIFYHOST, false);
        curl_setopt($curl, CURLOPT_SSL_VERIFYPEER, false);

        if (preg_match('~^(?:DELETE|GET|HEAD|OPTIONS|POST|PUT)$~i', $method) > 0)
        {
            if (preg_match('~^(?:HEAD|OPTIONS)$~i', $method) > 0)
            {
                curl_setopt_array($curl, array(CURLOPT_HEADER => true, CURLOPT_NOBODY => true));
            }

            else if (preg_match('~^(?:POST|PUT)$~i', $method) > 0)
            {
                if (is_array($data) === true)
                {
                    foreach (preg_grep('~^@~', $data) as $key => $value)
                    {
                        $data[$key] = sprintf('@%s', rtrim(str_replace('\\', '/', realpath(ltrim($value, '@'))), '/') . (is_dir(ltrim($value, '@')) ? '/' : ''));
                    }

                    if (count($data) != count($data, COUNT_RECURSIVE))
                    {
                        $data = http_build_query($data, '', '&');
                    }
                }

                curl_setopt($curl, CURLOPT_POSTFIELDS, $data);
            }

            curl_setopt($curl, CURLOPT_CUSTOMREQUEST, strtoupper($method));

            if (isset($cookie) === true)
            {
                curl_setopt_array($curl, array_fill_keys(array(CURLOPT_COOKIEJAR, CURLOPT_COOKIEFILE), strval($cookie)));
            }

            if ((intval(ini_get('safe_mode')) == 0) && (ini_set('open_basedir', null) !== false))
            {
                curl_setopt_array($curl, array(CURLOPT_MAXREDIRS => 5, CURLOPT_FOLLOWLOCATION => true));
            }

            if (is_array($options) === true)
            {
                curl_setopt_array($curl, $options);
            }

            for ($i = 1; $i <= $retries; ++$i)
            {
                $result = curl_exec($curl);

                if (($i == $retries) || ($result !== false))
                {
                    break;
                }

                usleep(pow(2, $i - 2) * 1000000);
            }
        }

        curl_close($curl);
    }

    return $result;
}

And pass this as $cookie parameter:

$cookie_jar = tempnam('/tmp','cookie');

How do I make the text box bigger in HTML/CSS?

According to this answer, here is what it says:

In Javascript, you can manipulate DOM CSS properties, for example:

document.getElementById('textboxid').style.height="200px";
document.getElementById('textboxid').style.fontSize="14pt";

If you simply want to specify the height and font size, use CSS or style attributes, e.g.

//in your CSS file or <style> tag
#textboxid
{
    height:200px;
    font-size:14pt;
}

<!--in your HTML-->
<input id="textboxid" ...>

Or

<input style="height:200px;font-size:14pt;" .....>

How to save an image locally using Python whose URL address I already know?

A solution which works with Python 2 and Python 3:

try:
    from urllib.request import urlretrieve  # Python 3
except ImportError:
    from urllib import urlretrieve  # Python 2

url = "http://www.digimouth.com/news/media/2011/09/google-logo.jpg"
urlretrieve(url, "local-filename.jpg")

or, if the additional requirement of requests is acceptable and if it is a http(s) URL:

def load_requests(source_url, sink_path):
    """
    Load a file from an URL (e.g. http).

    Parameters
    ----------
    source_url : str
        Where to load the file from.
    sink_path : str
        Where the loaded file is stored.
    """
    import requests
    r = requests.get(source_url, stream=True)
    if r.status_code == 200:
        with open(sink_path, 'wb') as f:
            for chunk in r:
                f.write(chunk)

How to select lines between two marker patterns which may occur multiple times with awk/sed

From the previous response's links, the one that did it for me, running ksh on Solaris, was this:

sed '1,/firstmatch/d;/secondmatch/,$d'
  • 1,/firstmatch/d: from line 1 until the first time you find firstmatch, delete.
  • /secondmatch/,$d: from the first occurrance of secondmatch until the end of file, delete.
  • Semicolon separates the two commands, which are executed in sequence.

Django upgrading to 1.9 error "AppRegistryNotReady: Apps aren't loaded yet."

I put the User import into the settings file for managing the rest call token like this

# settings.py
from django.contrib.auth.models import User
def jwt_get_username_from_payload_handler(payload):
   ....

JWT_AUTH = {
    'JWT_PAYLOAD_GET_USERNAME_HANDLER': jwt_get_username_from_payload_handler,
    'JWT_PUBLIC_KEY': PUBLIC_KEY,
    'JWT_ALGORITHM': 'RS256',
    'JWT_AUDIENCE': API_IDENTIFIER,
    'JWT_ISSUER': JWT_ISSUER,
    'JWT_AUTH_HEADER_PREFIX': 'Bearer',
}
REST_FRAMEWORK = {
    'DEFAULT_PERMISSION_CLASSES': (
        'rest_framework.permissions.IsAuthenticated',
    ),
    'DEFAULT_AUTHENTICATION_CLASSES': (
       'rest_framework_jwt.authentication.JSONWebTokenAuthentication',
    ),
}

Because at that moment, Django libs are not ready yet. Therefore, I put the import inside the function and it started to work. The function needs to be called after the server is started

How to make a Bootstrap accordion collapse when clicking the header div?

Here's a solution for Bootstrap4. You just need to put the card-header class in the a tag. This is a modified from an example in W3Schools.

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<link href="https://maxcdn.bootstrapcdn.com/bootstrap/4.3.1/css/bootstrap.min.css" rel="stylesheet"/>_x000D_
<script src="https://cdnjs.cloudflare.com/ajax/libs/jquery/3.3.1/jquery.min.js"></script>_x000D_
<script src="https://maxcdn.bootstrapcdn.com/bootstrap/4.3.1/js/bootstrap.min.js"></script>_x000D_
_x000D_
<div class="container">_x000D_
  <div id="accordion">_x000D_
    <div class="card">_x000D_
      <a class="card-link card-header" data-toggle="collapse" href="#collapseOne" >_x000D_
        Collapsible Group Item #1_x000D_
      </a>_x000D_
      <div id="collapseOne" class="collapse" data-parent="#accordion">_x000D_
        <div class="card-body">_x000D_
          Lorem ipsum dolor sit amet, consectetur adipisicing elit, sed do eiusmod tempor incididunt ut labore et dolore magna aliqua. Ut enim ad minim veniam, quis nostrud exercitation ullamco laboris nisi ut aliquip ex ea commodo consequat._x000D_
        </div>_x000D_
      </div>_x000D_
    </div>_x000D_
    <div class="card">_x000D_
      <a class="collapsed card-link card-header" data-toggle="collapse" href="#collapseTwo">_x000D_
        Collapsible Group Item #2_x000D_
      </a>_x000D_
      <div id="collapseTwo" class="collapse" data-parent="#accordion">_x000D_
        <div class="card-body">_x000D_
          Lorem ipsum dolor sit amet, consectetur adipisicing elit, sed do eiusmod tempor incididunt ut labore et dolore magna aliqua. Ut enim ad minim veniam, quis nostrud exercitation ullamco laboris nisi ut aliquip ex ea commodo consequat._x000D_
        </div>_x000D_
      </div>_x000D_
    </div>_x000D_
    <div class="card">_x000D_
      <a class="card-link card-header" data-toggle="collapse" href="#collapseThree">_x000D_
        Collapsible Group Item #3_x000D_
      </a>_x000D_
      <div id="collapseThree" class="collapse" data-parent="#accordion">_x000D_
        <div class="card-body">_x000D_
          Lorem ipsum dolor sit amet, consectetur adipisicing elit, sed do eiusmod tempor incididunt ut labore et dolore magna aliqua. Ut enim ad minim veniam, quis nostrud exercitation ullamco laboris nisi ut aliquip ex ea commodo consequat._x000D_
        </div>_x000D_
      </div>_x000D_
    </div>_x000D_
  </div>_x000D_
</div>
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HTML5 Canvas: Zooming

One option is to use css zoom feature:

$("#canvas_id").css("zoom","x%"); 

ReactJS call parent method

Using Function || stateless component

Parent Component

 import React from "react";
 import ChildComponent from "./childComponent";

 export default function Parent(){

 const handleParentFun = (value) =>{
   console.log("Call to Parent Component!",value);
 }
 return (<>
           This is Parent Component
           <ChildComponent 
             handleParentFun={(value)=>{
               console.log("your value -->",value);
               handleParentFun(value);
             }}
           />
        </>);
}

Child Component

import React from "react";


export default function ChildComponent(props){
  return(
         <> This is Child Component 
          <button onClick={props.handleParentFun("YoureValue")}>
            Call to Parent Component Function
          </button>
         </>
        );
}

What is the difference between up-casting and down-casting with respect to class variable

Upcasting and downcasting are important part of Java, which allow us to build complicated programs using simple syntax, and gives us great advantages, like Polymorphism or grouping different objects. Java permits an object of a subclass type to be treated as an object of any superclass type. This is called upcasting. Upcasting is done automatically, while downcasting must be manually done by the programmer, and i'm going to give my best to explain why is that so.

Upcasting and downcasting are NOT like casting primitives from one to other, and i believe that's what causes a lot of confusion, when programmer starts to learn casting objects.

Polymorphism: All methods in java are virtual by default. That means that any method can be overridden when used in inheritance, unless that method is declared as final or static.

You can see the example below how getType(); works according to the object(Dog,Pet,Police Dog) type.

Assume you have three dogs

  1. Dog - This is the super Class.

  2. Pet Dog - Pet Dog extends Dog.

  3. Police Dog - Police Dog extends Pet Dog.

    public class Dog{ 
       public String getType () {
          System.out.println("NormalDog");
          return "NormalDog";
       }
     }
    
    /**
     * Pet Dog has an extra method dogName()
     */   
    public class PetDog extends Dog{ 
       public String getType () {
          System.out.println("PetDog");
          return "PetDog";
       }
       public String dogName () {
          System.out.println("I don't have Name !!");
          return "NO Name";
       }
     }
    
    /**
     * Police Dog has an extra method secretId()
     */
    public class PoliceDog extends PetDog{
    
     public String secretId() {
        System.out.println("ID");
        return "ID";
     }
    
     public String getType () {
         System.out.println("I am a Police Dog");
         return "Police Dog";
     }
    }
    

Polymorphism : All methods in java are virtual by default. That means that any method can be overridden when used in inheritance, unless that method is declared as final or static.(Explanation Belongs to Virtual Tables Concept)

Virtual Table / Dispatch Table : An object's dispatch table will contain the addresses of the object's dynamically bound methods. Method calls are performed by fetching the method's address from the object's dispatch table. The dispatch table is the same for all objects belonging to the same class, and is therefore typically shared between them.

public static void main (String[] args) {
      /**
       * Creating the different objects with super class Reference
       */
     Dog obj1 = new Dog();
`         /**
           *  Object of Pet Dog is created with Dog Reference since                
           *  Upcasting is done automatically for us we don't have to worry about it 
           *  
           */
     Dog obj2 = new PetDog();
`         /**
           *  Object of Police Dog is created with Dog Reference since                
           *  Upcasting is done automatically for us we don't have to worry       
           *  about it here even though we are extending PoliceDog with PetDog 
           *  since PetDog is extending Dog Java automatically upcast for us 
           */
      Dog obj3 = new PoliceDog();
}



 obj1.getType();

Prints Normal Dog

  obj2.getType();

Prints Pet Dog

 obj3.getType();

Prints Police Dog

Downcasting need to be done by the programmer manually

When you try to invoke the secretID(); method on obj3 which is PoliceDog object but referenced to Dog which is a super class in the hierarchy it throws error since obj3 don't have access to secretId() method.In order to invoke that method you need to Downcast that obj3 manually to PoliceDog

  ( (PoliceDog)obj3).secretID();

which prints ID

In the similar way to invoke the dogName();method in PetDog class you need to downcast obj2 to PetDog since obj2 is referenced to Dog and don't have access to dogName(); method

  ( (PetDog)obj2).dogName();

Why is that so, that upcasting is automatical, but downcasting must be manual? Well, you see, upcasting can never fail. But if you have a group of different Dogs and want to downcast them all to a to their types, then there's a chance, that some of these Dogs are actually of different types i.e., PetDog, PoliceDog, and process fails, by throwing ClassCastException.

This is the reason you need to downcast your objects manually if you have referenced your objects to the super class type.

Note: Here by referencing means you are not changing the memory address of your ojects when you downcast it it still remains same you are just grouping them to particular type in this case Dog

Sass and combined child selector

For that single rule you have, there isn't any shorter way to do it. The child combinator is the same in CSS and in Sass/SCSS and there's no alternative to it.

However, if you had multiple rules like this:

#foo > ul > li > ul > li > a:nth-child(3n+1) {
    color: red;
}

#foo > ul > li > ul > li > a:nth-child(3n+2) {
    color: green;
}

#foo > ul > li > ul > li > a:nth-child(3n+3) {
    color: blue;
}

You could condense them to one of the following:

/* Sass */
#foo > ul > li > ul > li
    > a:nth-child(3n+1)
        color: red
    > a:nth-child(3n+2)
        color: green
    > a:nth-child(3n+3)
        color: blue

/* SCSS */
#foo > ul > li > ul > li {
    > a:nth-child(3n+1) { color: red; }
    > a:nth-child(3n+2) { color: green; }
    > a:nth-child(3n+3) { color: blue; }
}

How to create an array of object literals in a loop?

You can do something like that in ES6.

new Array(10).fill().map((e,i) => {
   return {idx: i}
});

When to use single quotes, double quotes, and backticks in MySQL

In combination of PHP and MySQL, double quotes and single quotes make your query-writing time so much easier.

$query = "INSERT INTO `table` (`id`, `col1`, `col2`) VALUES (NULL, '$val1', '$val2')";

Now, suppose you are using a direct post variable into the MySQL query then, use it this way:

$query = "INSERT INTO `table` (`id`, `name`, `email`) VALUES (' ".$_POST['id']." ', ' ".$_POST['name']." ', ' ".$_POST['email']." ')";

This is the best practice for using PHP variables into MySQL.

ERROR 1130 (HY000): Host '' is not allowed to connect to this MySQL server

Following two steps worked perfectly fine for me:

  1. Comment out the bind address from the file /etc/mysql/my.cnf:

    #bind-address = 127.0.0.1

  2. Run following query in phpMyAdmin:

    GRANT ALL PRIVILEGES ON *.* TO 'root'@'%'; FLUSH PRIVILEGES;

How can you strip non-ASCII characters from a string? (in C#)

Here is a pure .NET solution that doesn't use regular expressions:

string inputString = "Räksmörgås";
string asAscii = Encoding.ASCII.GetString(
    Encoding.Convert(
        Encoding.UTF8,
        Encoding.GetEncoding(
            Encoding.ASCII.EncodingName,
            new EncoderReplacementFallback(string.Empty),
            new DecoderExceptionFallback()
            ),
        Encoding.UTF8.GetBytes(inputString)
    )
);

It may look cumbersome, but it should be intuitive. It uses the .NET ASCII encoding to convert a string. UTF8 is used during the conversion because it can represent any of the original characters. It uses an EncoderReplacementFallback to to convert any non-ASCII character to an empty string.

Powershell script to locate specific file/file name?

Assuming you have a Z: drive mapped:

Get-ChildItem -Path "Z:" -Recurse | Where-Object { !$PsIsContainer -and [System.IO.Path]::GetFileNameWithoutExtension($_.Name) -eq "hosts" }

Increment variable value by 1 ( shell programming)

There are more than one way to increment a variable in bash, but what you tried is not correct.

You can use for example arithmetic expansion:

i=$((i+1))

or only:

((i=i+1))

or:

((i+=1))

or even:

((i++))

Or you can use let:

let "i=i+1"

or only:

let "i+=1"

or even:

let "i++"

See also: http://tldp.org/LDP/abs/html/dblparens.html.

How to copy Java Collections list

If you want to copy an ArrayList, copy it by using:

List b = new ArrayList();
b.add("aa");
b.add("bb");

List a = new ArrayList(b);

Simple InputBox function

Probably the simplest way is to use the InputBox method of the Microsoft.VisualBasic.Interaction class:

[void][Reflection.Assembly]::LoadWithPartialName('Microsoft.VisualBasic')

$title = 'Demographics'
$msg   = 'Enter your demographics:'

$text = [Microsoft.VisualBasic.Interaction]::InputBox($msg, $title)

Change input value onclick button - pure javascript or jQuery

using html5 data attribute...

try this

Html

Product price: $<span id="product_price">500</span>

<br>Total price: $500
<br>
<input type="button" data-quantity="2" value="2&#x00A;Qty">
<input type="button" data-quantity="4" class="mnozstvi_sleva" value="4&#x00A;Qty">
<br>Total
<input type="text" id="count" value="1">

JS

$(function(){
$('input:button').click(function () {
  $('#count').val($(this).data('quantity') * $('#product_price').text());
});
});

fiddle here

Gson: How to exclude specific fields from Serialization without annotations

Or can say whats fields not will expose with:

Gson gson = gsonBuilder.excludeFieldsWithModifiers(Modifier.TRANSIENT).create();

on your class on attribute:

private **transient** boolean nameAttribute;

Are all Spring Framework Java Configuration injection examples buggy?

In your test, you are comparing the two TestParent beans, not the single TestedChild bean.

Also, Spring proxies your @Configuration class so that when you call one of the @Bean annotated methods, it caches the result and always returns the same object on future calls.

See here:

How do I set the visibility of a text box in SSRS using an expression?

Twood, Visibility expression is the expressions you write on how you want the "visibility" to behave. So, if you would want to hide or show the textbox, you want to write this:

=IIf((CountRows("ScannerStatisticsData")=0),True,False)

This means, if the dataset is 0, you want to hide the textbox.

matplotlib: colorbars and its text labels

import matplotlib.pyplot as plt
import numpy as np
from matplotlib.colors import ListedColormap

#discrete color scheme
cMap = ListedColormap(['white', 'green', 'blue','red'])

#data
np.random.seed(42)
data = np.random.rand(4, 4)
fig, ax = plt.subplots()
heatmap = ax.pcolor(data, cmap=cMap)

#legend
cbar = plt.colorbar(heatmap)

cbar.ax.get_yaxis().set_ticks([])
for j, lab in enumerate(['$0$','$1$','$2$','$>3$']):
    cbar.ax.text(.5, (2 * j + 1) / 8.0, lab, ha='center', va='center')
cbar.ax.get_yaxis().labelpad = 15
cbar.ax.set_ylabel('# of contacts', rotation=270)


# put the major ticks at the middle of each cell
ax.set_xticks(np.arange(data.shape[1]) + 0.5, minor=False)
ax.set_yticks(np.arange(data.shape[0]) + 0.5, minor=False)
ax.invert_yaxis()

#labels
column_labels = list('ABCD')
row_labels = list('WXYZ')
ax.set_xticklabels(column_labels, minor=False)
ax.set_yticklabels(row_labels, minor=False)

plt.show()

You were very close. Once you have a reference to the color bar axis, you can do what ever you want to it, including putting text labels in the middle. You might want to play with the formatting to make it more visible.

demo

What is the purpose of class methods?

I think the most clear answer is AmanKow's one. It boils down to how u want to organize your code. You can write everything as module level functions which are wrapped in the namespace of the module i.e

module.py (file 1)
---------
def f1() : pass
def f2() : pass
def f3() : pass


usage.py (file 2)
--------
from module import *
f1()
f2()
f3()
def f4():pass 
def f5():pass

usage1.py (file 3)
-------------------
from usage import f4,f5
f4()
f5()

The above procedural code is not well organized, as you can see after only 3 modules it gets confusing, what is each method do ? You can use long descriptive names for functions(like in java) but still your code gets unmanageable very quick.

The object oriented way is to break down your code into manageable blocks i.e Classes & objects and functions can be associated with objects instances or with classes.

With class functions you gain another level of division in your code compared with module level functions. So you can group related functions within a class to make them more specific to a task that you assigned to that class. For example you can create a file utility class :

class FileUtil ():
  def copy(source,dest):pass
  def move(source,dest):pass
  def copyDir(source,dest):pass
  def moveDir(source,dest):pass

//usage
FileUtil.copy("1.txt","2.txt")
FileUtil.moveDir("dir1","dir2")

This way is more flexible and more maintainable, you group functions together and its more obvious to what each function do. Also you prevent name conflicts, for example the function copy may exist in another imported module(for example network copy) that you use in your code, so when you use the full name FileUtil.copy() you remove the problem and both copy functions can be used side by side.

How to cin to a vector

would be easier if you specify the size of vector by taking an input :

int main()
{
  int input,n;
  vector<int> V;
  cout<<"Enter the number of inputs: ";
  cin>>n;
  cout << "Enter your numbers to be evaluated: " << endl;
  for(int i=0;i<n;i++){
  cin >> input;
  V.push_back(input);
  }
  write_vector(V);
  return 0;
}

How to export data from Excel spreadsheet to Sql Server 2008 table

There are several tools which can import Excel to SQL Server.

I am using DbTransfer (http://www.dbtransfer.com/Products/DbTransfer) to do the job. It's primarily focused on transfering data between databases and excel, xml, etc...

I have tried the openrowset method and the SQL Server Import / Export Assitant before. But I found these methods to be unnecessary complicated and error prone in constrast to doing it with one of the available dedicated tools.

Use -notlike to filter out multiple strings in PowerShell

I think Peter has the right idea. I would use a regular expression for this along with the -notmatch operator.

Get-EventLog Security | ?{$_.Username -notmatch '^user1$|^.*user$'}

Detect user scroll down or scroll up in jQuery

To differentiate between scroll up/down in jQuery, you could use:

var mousewheelevt = (/Firefox/i.test(navigator.userAgent)) ? "DOMMouseScroll" : "mousewheel" //FF doesn't recognize mousewheel as of FF3.x
$('#yourDiv').bind(mousewheelevt, function(e){

    var evt = window.event || e //equalize event object     
    evt = evt.originalEvent ? evt.originalEvent : evt; //convert to originalEvent if possible               
    var delta = evt.detail ? evt.detail*(-40) : evt.wheelDelta //check for detail first, because it is used by Opera and FF

    if(delta > 0) {
        //scroll up
    }
    else{
        //scroll down
    }   
});

This method also works in divs that have overflow:hidden.

I successfully tested it in FireFox, IE and Chrome.

Adding onClick event dynamically using jQuery

$("#bfCaptchaEntry").click(function(){
    myFunction();
});

Get screen width and height in Android

Using this code, you can get the runtime display's width & height:

DisplayMetrics displayMetrics = new DisplayMetrics();
getWindowManager().getDefaultDisplay().getMetrics(displayMetrics);
int height = displayMetrics.heightPixels;
int width = displayMetrics.widthPixels;

In a view you need to do something like this:

((Activity) getContext()).getWindowManager()
                         .getDefaultDisplay()
                         .getMetrics(displayMetrics);

In some scenarios, where devices have a navigation bar, you have to check at runtime:

public boolean showNavigationBar(Resources resources)
{
    int id = resources.getIdentifier("config_showNavigationBar", "bool", "android");
    return id > 0 && resources.getBoolean(id);
}

If the device has a navigation bar, then count its height:

private int getNavigationBarHeight() {
    if (Build.VERSION.SDK_INT >= Build.VERSION_CODES.JELLY_BEAN_MR1) {
        DisplayMetrics metrics = new DisplayMetrics();
        getWindowManager().getDefaultDisplay().getMetrics(metrics);
        int usableHeight = metrics.heightPixels;
        getWindowManager().getDefaultDisplay().getRealMetrics(metrics);
        int realHeight = metrics.heightPixels;
        if (realHeight > usableHeight)
            return realHeight - usableHeight;
        else
            return 0;
    }
    return 0;
}

So the final height of the device is:

int height = displayMetrics.heightPixels + getNavigationBarHeight();

Using Mockito with multiple calls to the same method with the same arguments

You can use a LinkedList and an Answer. Eg

MyService mock = mock(MyService.class);
LinkedList<String> results = new LinkedList<>(List.of("A", "B", "C"));
when(mock.doSomething(any())).thenAnswer(invocation -> results.removeFirst());

When should I use nil and NULL in Objective-C?

As already mentioned, they are the same, but I use either the one or the other depending on the language in which the corresponding framework was written.

For everything related to Objective-C, I use nil. For example:

- (BOOL)doSomethingWithObjectsInArray:(NSArray *)anArray {
    if (anArray == nil) return NO;

    // process elements
    ...
}

However, when checking validity of data models from a C-framework (like AddressBook framework and CoreFoundation), I use NULL. For example:

- (BOOL)showABUnknownPersonVCForABRecordRef:(ABRecordRef)aRecord {
    if (aRecord == NULL) return NO;

    // set-up the ABUnknownPersonViewController and display it on screen
    ..
}

This way, I have subtle clues in my code if I'm dealing with Obj-C or C based code.

How eliminate the tab space in the column in SQL Server 2008

UPDATE Table SET Column = REPLACE(Column, char(9), '')

JQuery Validate Dropdown list

This was my solution:

I added required to the select tag:

                <div class="col-lg-10">
                <select class="form-control" name="HoursEntry" id="HoursEntry" required>
                    <option value="">Select.....</option>
                    <option value="0.25">0.25</option>
                    <option value="0.5">0.50</option>
                    <option value="1">1.00</option>
                    <option value="1.25">1.25</option>
                    <option value="1.5">1.50</option>
                    <option value="2">2.00</option>
                    <option value="2.25">2.25</option>
                    <option value="2.5">2.50</option>
                    <option value="3">3.00</option>
                    <option value="3.25">3.25</option>
                    <option value="3.5">3.50</option>
                    <option value="4">4.00</option>
                    <option value="4.25">4.25</option>
                    <option value="4.5">4.50</option>
                    <option value="5">5.00</option>
                    <option value="5.25">5.25</option>
                    <option value="5.5">5.50</option>
                    <option value="6">6.00</option>
                    <option value="6.25">6.25</option>
                    <option value="6.5">6.50</option>
                    <option value="7">7.00</option>
                    <option value="7.25">7.25</option>
                    <option value="7.5">7.50</option>
                    <option value="8">8.00</option>
                </select>

How to measure elapsed time in Python?

Here is a tiny timer class that returns "hh:mm:ss" string:

class Timer:
  def __init__(self):
    self.start = time.time()

  def restart(self):
    self.start = time.time()

  def get_time_hhmmss(self):
    end = time.time()
    m, s = divmod(end - self.start, 60)
    h, m = divmod(m, 60)
    time_str = "%02d:%02d:%02d" % (h, m, s)
    return time_str

Usage:

# Start timer
my_timer = Timer()

# ... do something

# Get time string:
time_hhmmss = my_timer.get_time_hhmmss()
print("Time elapsed: %s" % time_hhmmss )

# ... use the timer again
my_timer.restart()

# ... do something

# Get time:
time_hhmmss = my_timer.get_time_hhmmss()

# ... etc

Make 2 functions run at the same time

One option, that looks like it makes two functions run at the same
time
, is using the threading module (example in this answer).

However, it has a small delay, as an Official Python Documentation
page describes. A better module to try using is multiprocessing.

Also, there's other Python modules that can be used for asynchronous execution (two pieces of code working at the same time). For some information about them and help to choose one, you can read this Stack Overflow question.

Comment from another user about the threading module

He might want to know that because of the Global Interpreter Lock
they will not execute at the exact same time even if the machine in
question has multiple CPUs. wiki.python.org/moin/GlobalInterpreterLock

– Jonas Elfström Jun 2 '10 at 11:39

Quote from the Documentation about threading module not working

CPython implementation detail: In CPython, due to the Global Interpreter
Lock, only one thread can execute Python code at once (even though
certain performance-oriented libraries might overcome this limitation).

If you want your application to make better use of the computational resources of multi-core machines, you are advised to use multiprocessing or concurrent.futures.ProcessPoolExecutor.
However, threading is still an appropriate model if you
want to run multiple I/O-bound tasks simultaneously.

Open another page in php

<?php
    header("Location: index.html");
?>

Just make sure nothing is actually written to the page prior to this code, or it won't work.

Add a link to an image in a css style sheet

I stumbled upon this old listing pondering this same question. My band-aid for this same question was to make my header text into a link. I then changed the color and removed text decoration with CSS. Now to make the entire header picture a link, I expanded the padding of the anchor tag until it reached close to the edge of the header image.... This worked to my satisfaction, and I figured i would share.

Send auto email programmatically

It might be an easiest way-

    String recipientList = mEditTextTo.getText().toString();
    String[] recipients = recipientList.split(",");

    String subject = mEditTextSubject.getText().toString();
    String message = mEditTextMessage.getText().toString();

    Intent intent = new Intent(Intent.ACTION_SEND);
    intent.putExtra(Intent.EXTRA_EMAIL, recipients);
    intent.putExtra(Intent.EXTRA_SUBJECT, subject);
    intent.putExtra(Intent.EXTRA_TEXT, message);

    intent.setType("message/rfc822");
    startActivity(Intent.createChooser(intent, "Choose an email client"));

"Cannot open include file: 'config-win.h': No such file or directory" while installing mysql-python

  1. Download from this

  2. Then install this whl by pip installer. Shift + right click in Downloaded folder and choose Open powershell here. Then install using command: pip install package_name.whl

Two Decimal places using c#

Use Math.Round() for rounding to two decimal places

decimal DEBITAMT = Math.Round(1156.547m, 2);

Meaning of ${project.basedir} in pom.xml

There are a set of available properties to all Maven projects.

From Introduction to the POM:

project.basedir: The directory that the current project resides in.

This means this points to where your Maven projects resides on your system. It corresponds to the location of the pom.xml file. If your POM is located inside /path/to/project/pom.xml then this property will evaluate to /path/to/project.

Some properties are also inherited from the Super POM, which is the case for project.build.directory. It is the value inside the <project><build><directory> element of the POM. You can get a description of all those values by looking at the Maven model. For project.build.directory, it is:

The directory where all files generated by the build are placed. The default value is target.

This is the directory that will hold every generated file by the build.

Difference between RegisterStartupScript and RegisterClientScriptBlock?

Here's a simplest example from ASP.NET Community, this gave me a clear understanding on the concept....

what difference does this make?

For an example of this, here is a way to put focus on a text box on a page when the page is loaded into the browser—with Visual Basic using the RegisterStartupScript method:

Page.ClientScript.RegisterStartupScript(Me.GetType(), "Testing", _ 
"document.forms[0]['TextBox1'].focus();", True)

This works well because the textbox on the page is generated and placed on the page by the time the browser gets down to the bottom of the page and gets to this little bit of JavaScript.

But, if instead it was written like this (using the RegisterClientScriptBlock method):

Page.ClientScript.RegisterClientScriptBlock(Me.GetType(), "Testing", _
"document.forms[0]['TextBox1'].focus();", True)

Focus will not get to the textbox control and a JavaScript error will be generated on the page

The reason for this is that the browser will encounter the JavaScript before the text box is on the page. Therefore, the JavaScript will not be able to find a TextBox1.

How to ssh from within a bash script?

There's yet another way to do it using Shared Connections, ie: somebody initiates the connection, using a password, and every subsequent connection will multiplex over the same channel, negating the need for re-authentication. ( And its faster too )

# ~/.ssh/config 
ControlMaster auto
ControlPath ~/.ssh/pool/%r@%h

then you just have to log in, and as long as you are logged in, the bash script will be able to open ssh connections.

You can then stop your script from working when somebody has not already opened the channel by:

ssh ... -o KbdInteractiveAuthentication=no ....

What's with the dollar sign ($"string")

It's the new feature in C# 6 called Interpolated Strings.

The easiest way to understand it is: an interpolated string expression creates a string by replacing the contained expressions with the ToString representations of the expressions' results.

For more details about this, please take a look at MSDN.

Now, think a little bit more about it. Why this feature is great?

For example, you have class Point:

public class Point
{
    public int X { get; set; }

    public int Y { get; set; }
}

Create 2 instances:

var p1 = new Point { X = 5, Y = 10 };
var p2 = new Point { X = 7, Y = 3 };

Now, you want to output it to the screen. The 2 ways that you usually use:

Console.WriteLine("The area of interest is bounded by (" + p1.X + "," + p1.Y + ") and (" + p2.X + "," + p2.Y + ")");

As you can see, concatenating string like this makes the code hard to read and error-prone. You may use string.Format() to make it nicer:

Console.WriteLine(string.Format("The area of interest is bounded by({0},{1}) and ({2},{3})", p1.X, p1.Y, p2.X, p2.Y));

This creates a new problem:

  1. You have to maintain the number of arguments and index yourself. If the number of arguments and index are not the same, it will generate a runtime error.

For those reasons, we should use new feature:

Console.WriteLine($"The area of interest is bounded by ({p1.X},{p1.Y}) and ({p2.X},{p2.Y})");

The compiler now maintains the placeholders for you so you don’t have to worry about indexing the right argument because you simply place it right there in the string.

For the full post, please read this blog.

How to display the function, procedure, triggers source code in postgresql?

\sf function_name in psql yields editable source code of a single function.

From https://www.postgresql.org/docs/9.6/static/app-psql.html:

\sf[+] function_description This command fetches and shows the definition of the named function, in the form of a CREATE OR REPLACE FUNCTION command.

If + is appended to the command name, then the output lines are numbered, with the first line of the function body being line 1.

PermissionError: [WinError 5] Access is denied python using moviepy to write gif

I got the same error when an imported library was trying to create a directory at path "./logs/".

It turns out that the library was trying to create it at the wrong location, i.e. inside the folder of my python interpreter instead of the base project directory. I solved the issue by setting the "Working directory" path to my project folder inside the "Run Configurations" menu of PyCharm. If instead you're using the terminal to run your code, maybe you just need to move inside the project folder before running it.

On duplicate key ignore?

Would suggest NOT using INSERT IGNORE as it ignores ALL errors (ie its a sloppy global ignore). Instead, since in your example tag is the unique key, use:

INSERT INTO table_tags (tag) VALUES ('tag_a'),('tab_b'),('tag_c') ON DUPLICATE KEY UPDATE tag=tag;

on duplicate key produces:

Query OK, 0 rows affected (0.07 sec)

Detect Safari using jQuery

For checking Safari I used this:

$.browser.safari = ($.browser.webkit && !(/chrome/.test(navigator.userAgent.toLowerCase())));
if ($.browser.safari) {
    alert('this is safari');
}

It works correctly.

jquery UI dialog: how to initialize without a title bar?

Try using

$("#mydialog").closest(".ui-dialog-titlebar").hide();

This will hide all dialogs titles

$(".ui-dialog-titlebar").hide();

Append text to textarea with javascript

Tray to add text with html value to textarea but it wil not works

value :

$(document).on('click', '.edit_targets_btn', function() {
            $('#add_edit_targets').modal('show');
            $('#add_edit_targets_form')[0].reset();
            $('#targets_modal_title').text('Doel bijwerken');
            $('#action').val('targets_update');
            $('#targets_submit_btn').val('Opslaan');

            $('#callcenter_targets_id').val($(this).attr("callcenter_targets_id"));
            $('#targets_title').val($(this).attr("title"));
            $("#targets_content").append($(this).attr("content"));

            tinymce.init({
                selector: '#targets_content',
                setup: function (editor) {
                    editor.on('change', function () {
                        tinymce.triggerSave();
                    });
                },
                browser_spellcheck : true,
                plugins: ['advlist autolink lists image charmap print preview anchor', 'searchreplace visualblocks code fullscreen', 'insertdatetime media table paste code help wordcount', 'autoresize'],
                toolbar: 'undo redo | formatselect | ' + ' bold italic backcolor | alignleft aligncenter ' + ' alignright alignjustify | bullist numlist outdent indent |' + ' removeformat | image | help',
                relative_urls : false,
                remove_script_host : false,
                image_list: [<?php $stmt = $db->query('SELECT * FROM images WHERE users_id = ' . $get_user_users_id); foreach ($stmt as $row) { ?>{title: '<?=$row['name']?>', value: '<?=$imgurl?>/image_uploads/<?=$row['src']?>'},<?php } ?>],
                min_height: 250,
                branding: false
            });
        });

Import CSV file with mixed data types

For the case when you know how many columns of data there will be in your CSV file, one simple call to textscan like Amro suggests will be your best solution.

However, if you don't know a priori how many columns are in your file, you can use a more general approach like I did in the following function. I first used the function fgetl to read each line of the file into a cell array. Then I used the function textscan to parse each line into separate strings using a predefined field delimiter and treating the integer fields as strings for now (they can be converted to numeric values later). Here is the resulting code, placed in a function read_mixed_csv:

function lineArray = read_mixed_csv(fileName, delimiter)

  fid = fopen(fileName, 'r');         % Open the file
  lineArray = cell(100, 1);           % Preallocate a cell array (ideally slightly
                                      %   larger than is needed)
  lineIndex = 1;                      % Index of cell to place the next line in
  nextLine = fgetl(fid);              % Read the first line from the file
  while ~isequal(nextLine, -1)        % Loop while not at the end of the file
    lineArray{lineIndex} = nextLine;  % Add the line to the cell array
    lineIndex = lineIndex+1;          % Increment the line index
    nextLine = fgetl(fid);            % Read the next line from the file
  end
  fclose(fid);                        % Close the file

  lineArray = lineArray(1:lineIndex-1);              % Remove empty cells, if needed
  for iLine = 1:lineIndex-1                          % Loop over lines
    lineData = textscan(lineArray{iLine}, '%s', ...  % Read strings
                        'Delimiter', delimiter);
    lineData = lineData{1};                          % Remove cell encapsulation
    if strcmp(lineArray{iLine}(end), delimiter)      % Account for when the line
      lineData{end+1} = '';                          %   ends with a delimiter
    end
    lineArray(iLine, 1:numel(lineData)) = lineData;  % Overwrite line data
  end

end

Running this function on the sample file content from the question gives this result:

>> data = read_mixed_csv('myfile.csv', ';')

data = 

  Columns 1 through 7

    '04'    'abc'    'def'    'ghj'    'klm'    ''            ''        
    ''      ''       ''       ''       ''       'Test'        'text'    
    ''      ''       ''       ''       ''       'asdfhsdf'    'dsafdsag'

  Columns 8 through 10

    ''          ''    ''
    '0xFF'      ''    ''
    '0x0F0F'    ''    ''

The result is a 3-by-10 cell array with one field per cell where missing fields are represented by the empty string ''. Now you can access each cell or a combination of cells to format them as you like. For example, if you wanted to change the fields in the first column from strings to integer values, you could use the function str2double as follows:

>> data(:, 1) = cellfun(@(s) {str2double(s)}, data(:, 1))

data = 

  Columns 1 through 7

    [  4]    'abc'    'def'    'ghj'    'klm'    ''            ''        
    [NaN]    ''       ''       ''       ''       'Test'        'text'    
    [NaN]    ''       ''       ''       ''       'asdfhsdf'    'dsafdsag'

  Columns 8 through 10

    ''          ''    ''
    '0xFF'      ''    ''
    '0x0F0F'    ''    ''

Note that the empty fields results in NaN values.

How to find my php-fpm.sock?

I know this is old questions but since I too have the same problem just now and found out the answer, thought I might share it. The problem was due to configuration at pood.d/ directory.

Open

/etc/php5/fpm/pool.d/www.conf

find

listen = 127.0.0.1:9000

change to

listen = /var/run/php5-fpm.sock

Restart both nginx and php5-fpm service afterwards and check if php5-fpm.sock already created.

How to make the division of 2 ints produce a float instead of another int?

You can cast even just one of them, but for consistency you may want to explicitly cast both so something like v = (float)s / (float)t should work.

Conditional Count on a field

I would need to display the jobid, jobname and 5 fields called Priority1, Priority2, Priority3, Priority4. Priority5.

Something's wrong with your query design. You're showing a specific job in each row as well, and so you'll either have a situation where ever row has four priority columns with a '0' and one priority column with a '1' (the priority for that job) or you'll end up repeating the count for all priorities on every row.

What do you really want to show here?

Call function with setInterval in jQuery?

To write the best code, you "should" use the latter approach, with a function reference:

var refreshId = setInterval(function() {}, 5000);

or

function test() {}
var refreshId = setInterval(test, 5000);

but your approach of

function test() {}
var refreshId = setInterval("test()", 5000);

is basically valid, too (as long as test() is global).

Note that there is no such thing really as "in jQuery". You're still writing the Javascript language; you're just using some pre-made functions that are the jQuery library.

Creating a "logical exclusive or" operator in Java

Logical exclusive-or in Java is called !=. You can also use ^ if you want to confuse your friends.

Adding close button in div to close the box

jQuery("#your_div_id").remove(); will completely remove the corresponding elements from the HTML DOM. So if you want to show the div on another event without a refresh, it will not be possible to retrieve the removed elements back unless you use AJAX.

jQuery("#your_div_id").toggle("slow"); will also could make unexpected results. As an Example when you select some element on your div which generates another div with a close button(which uses the same close functionality just as your previous div) it could make undesired behaviour.

So without using AJAX, a good solution for the close button would be as follows

HTML____________

<div id="your_div_id">
<span class="close_div" onclick="close_div(1)">&#10006</span>
</div>

JQUERY__________

function close_div(id) {
    if(id === 1) {
        jQuery("#your_div_id").hide();
    }
}

Now you can show the div, when another event occures as you wish... :-)

Regular expression for number with length of 4, 5 or 6

Try this:

^[0-9]{4,6}$

{4,6} = between 4 and 6 characters, inclusive.

getActionBar() returns null

I know I am late to the party (and new to Android) on this question but I found the information here very helpful and thought I should add the findings of my own endeavours with getting ActionBar to work as I wanted in case others like me come looking for help.

I have a widget which is a floating window with no window title. I use a style theme to implement android:windowIsFloating, android:backgroundDimEnabled and android:windowNoTitle. The widget worked fine until I wanted to add a button that called a fragment pager with several list fragment pages and used the ActionBar. It would crash on the pager activity with a null pointer exception. I narrowed it down to the ActionBar being null. Following the findings of previous people who contributed to this thread I removed my theme from the manifest file and the ActionBar worked fine but now my window now longer floated (it was fullscreen) and it had a page title I did not want.

Further research took me to the Styles and Themes API Training Guide which led me to a solution. I discovered I could add my custom theme to individual activities in the manifest file whereas before I was applying it to the application. All my windows now have the desired appearance.

How to use sed to replace only the first occurrence in a file?

I know this is an old post but I had a solution that I used to use:

grep -E -m 1 -n 'old' file | sed 's/:.*$//' - | sed 's/$/s\/old\/new\//' - | sed -f - file

Basically use grep to print the first occurrence and stop there. Additionally print line number ie 5:line. Pipe that into sed and remove the : and anything after so you are just left with a line number. Pipe that into sed which adds s/.*/replace to the end number, which results in a 1 line script which is piped into the last sed to run as a script on the file.

so if regex = #include and replace = blah and the first occurrence grep finds is on line 5 then the data piped to the last sed would be 5s/.*/blah/.

Works even if first occurrence is on the first line.

Detect Browser Language in PHP

The problem with the selected answer above is that the user may have their first choice set as a language that's not in the case structure, but one of their other language choices are set. You should loop until you find a match.

This is a super simple solution that works better. Browsers return the languages in order of preference, so that simplifies the problem. While the language designator can be more than two characters (e.g. - "EN-US"), typically the first two are sufficient. In the following code example I'm looking for a match from a list of known languages my program is aware of.

$known_langs = array('en','fr','de','es');
$user_pref_langs = explode(',', $_SERVER['HTTP_ACCEPT_LANGUAGE']);

foreach($user_pref_langs as $idx => $lang) {
    $lang = substr($lang, 0, 2);
    if (in_array($lang, $known_langs)) {
        echo "Preferred language is $lang";
        break;
    }
}

I hope you find this a quick and simple solution that you can easily use in your code. I've been using this in production for quite a while.

Fatal error: Call to undefined function mcrypt_encrypt()

Is mcrypt enabled? You can use phpinfo() to see if it is.

javascript windows alert with redirect function

You could do this:

echo "<script>alert('Successfully Updated'); window.location = './edit.php';</script>";

How do I force my .NET application to run as administrator?

Right click your executable, go to Properties > Compatibility and check the 'Run this program as admin' box.

If you want to run it as admin for all users, do the same thing in 'change setting for all users'.

How do I tell Matplotlib to create a second (new) plot, then later plot on the old one?

If you find yourself doing things like this regularly it may be worth investigating the object-oriented interface to matplotlib. In your case:

import matplotlib.pyplot as plt
import numpy as np

x = np.arange(5)
y = np.exp(x)
fig1, ax1 = plt.subplots()
ax1.plot(x, y)
ax1.set_title("Axis 1 title")
ax1.set_xlabel("X-label for axis 1")

z = np.sin(x)
fig2, (ax2, ax3) = plt.subplots(nrows=2, ncols=1) # two axes on figure
ax2.plot(x, z)
ax3.plot(x, -z)

w = np.cos(x)
ax1.plot(x, w) # can continue plotting on the first axis

It is a little more verbose but it's much clearer and easier to keep track of, especially with several figures each with multiple subplots.

How to convert an int to a hex string?

With format(), as per format-examples, we can do:

>>> # format also supports binary numbers
>>> "int: {0:d};  hex: {0:x};  oct: {0:o};  bin: {0:b}".format(42)
'int: 42;  hex: 2a;  oct: 52;  bin: 101010'
>>> # with 0x, 0o, or 0b as prefix:
>>> "int: {0:d};  hex: {0:#x};  oct: {0:#o};  bin: {0:#b}".format(42)
'int: 42;  hex: 0x2a;  oct: 0o52;  bin: 0b101010'

No function matches the given name and argument types

Your function has a couple of smallint parameters.
But in the call, you are using numeric literals that are presumed to be type integer.

A string literal or string constant ('123') is not typed immediately. It remains type "unknown" until assigned or cast explicitly.

However, a numeric literal or numeric constant is typed immediately. Per documentation:

A numeric constant that contains neither a decimal point nor an exponent is initially presumed to be type integer if its value fits in type integer (32 bits); otherwise it is presumed to be type bigint if its value fits in type bigint (64 bits); otherwise it is taken to be type numeric. Constants that contain decimal points and/or exponents are always initially presumed to be type numeric.

More explanation and links in this related answer:

Solution

Add explicit casts for the smallint parameters or quote them.

Demo

CREATE OR REPLACE FUNCTION f_typetest(smallint)
  RETURNS bool AS 'SELECT TRUE' LANGUAGE sql;

Incorrect call:

SELECT * FROM f_typetest(1);

Correct calls:

SELECT * FROM f_typetest('1');
SELECT * FROM f_typetest(smallint '1');
SELECT * FROM f_typetest(1::int2);
SELECT * FROM f_typetest('1'::int2);

db<>fiddle here
Old sqlfiddle.

Using android.support.v7.widget.CardView in my project (Eclipse)

I was able to work it out only after adding those two TOGETHER:

dependencies {
...
implementation 'com.android.support:recyclerview-v7:27.1.1'
implementation 'com.android.support:cardview-v7:27.1.1'
...
}

in my build.gradle (Module:app) file

and then press the sync now button

Pointer to a string in C?

The same notation is used for pointing at a single character or the first character of a null-terminated string:

char c = 'Z';
char a[] = "Hello world";

char *ptr1 = &c;
char *ptr2 = a;      // Points to the 'H' of "Hello world"
char *ptr3 = &a[0];  // Also points to the 'H' of "Hello world"
char *ptr4 = &a[6];  // Points to the 'w' of "world"
char *ptr5 = a + 6;  // Also points to the 'w' of "world"

The values in ptr2 and ptr3 are the same; so are the values in ptr4 and ptr5. If you're going to treat some data as a string, it is important to make sure it is null terminated, and that you know how much space there is for you to use. Many problems are caused by not understanding what space is available and not knowing whether the string was properly null terminated.

Note that all the pointers above can be dereferenced as if they were an array:

 *ptr1    == 'Z'
  ptr1[0] == 'Z'

 *ptr2    == 'H'
  ptr2[0] == 'H'
  ptr2[4] == 'o'

 *ptr4    == 'w'
  ptr4[0] == 'w'
  ptr4[4] == 'd'

  ptr5[0] ==   ptr3[6]
*(ptr5+0) == *(ptr3+6)

Late addition to question

What does char (*ptr)[N]; represent?

This is a more complex beastie altogether. It is a pointer to an array of N characters. The type is quite different; the way it is used is quite different; the size of the object pointed to is quite different.

char (*ptr)[12] = &a;

(*ptr)[0] == 'H'
(*ptr)[6] == 'w'

*(*ptr + 6) == 'w'

Note that ptr + 1 points to undefined territory, but points 'one array of 12 bytes' beyond the start of a. Given a slightly different scenario:

char b[3][12] = { "Hello world", "Farewell", "Au revoir" };

char (*pb)[12] = &b[0];

Now:

(*(pb+0))[0] == 'H'
(*(pb+1))[0] == 'F'
(*(pb+2))[5] == 'v'

You probably won't come across pointers to arrays except by accident for quite some time; I've used them a few times in the last 25 years, but so few that I can count the occasions on the fingers of one hand (and several of those have been answering questions on Stack Overflow). Beyond knowing that they exist, that they are the result of taking the address of an array, and that you probably didn't want it, you don't really need to know more about pointers to arrays.

How to put a delay on AngularJS instant search?

UPDATE

Now it's easier than ever (Angular 1.3), just add a debounce option on the model.

<input type="text" ng-model="searchStr" ng-model-options="{debounce: 1000}">

Updated plunker:
http://plnkr.co/edit/4V13gK

Documentation on ngModelOptions:
https://docs.angularjs.org/api/ng/directive/ngModelOptions

Old method:

Here's another method with no dependencies beyond angular itself.

You need set a timeout and compare your current string with the past version, if both are the same then it performs the search.

$scope.$watch('searchStr', function (tmpStr)
{
  if (!tmpStr || tmpStr.length == 0)
    return 0;
   $timeout(function() {

    // if searchStr is still the same..
    // go ahead and retrieve the data
    if (tmpStr === $scope.searchStr)
    {
      $http.get('//echo.jsontest.com/res/'+ tmpStr).success(function(data) {
        // update the textarea
        $scope.responseData = data.res; 
      });
    }
  }, 1000);
});

and this goes into your view:

<input type="text" data-ng-model="searchStr">

<textarea> {{responseData}} </textarea>

The mandatory plunker: http://plnkr.co/dAPmwf

Reverting to a previous revision using TortoiseSVN

Right click on the folder which is under SVN control, go to TortoiseSVN ? Show log. Write down the revision you want to revert to and then go to TortoiseSVN ? Update to revision....

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Changing default encoding of Python?

Regarding python2 (and python2 only), some of the former answers rely on using the following hack:

import sys
reload(sys)  # Reload is a hack
sys.setdefaultencoding('UTF8')

It is discouraged to use it (check this or this)

In my case, it come with a side-effect: I'm using ipython notebooks, and once I run the code the ´print´ function no longer works. I guess there would be solution to it, but still I think using the hack should not be the correct option.

After trying many options, the one that worked for me was using the same code in the sitecustomize.py, where that piece of code is meant to be. After evaluating that module, the setdefaultencoding function is removed from sys.

So the solution is to append to file /usr/lib/python2.7/sitecustomize.py the code:

import sys
sys.setdefaultencoding('UTF8')

When I use virtualenvwrapper the file I edit is ~/.virtualenvs/venv-name/lib/python2.7/sitecustomize.py.

And when I use with python notebooks and conda, it is ~/anaconda2/lib/python2.7/sitecustomize.py

Initialization of all elements of an array to one default value in C++?

1) When you use an initializer, for a struct or an array like that, the unspecified values are essentially default constructed. In the case of a primitive type like ints, that means they will be zeroed. Note that this applies recursively: you could have an array of structs containing arrays and if you specify just the first field of the first struct, then all the rest will be initialized with zeros and default constructors.

2) The compiler will probably generate initializer code that is at least as good as you could do by hand. I tend to prefer to let the compiler do the initialization for me, when possible.

Programmatically get the version number of a DLL

While the original question may not have been specific to a web service, here is a complete testWebService you can add to display a web service non-cached response plus the file version. We use file version instead of assembly version because we want to know a version, but with all assembly versions 1.0.0.0, the web site can be easily patched (signing and demand link still active!). Replace @Class@ with the name of the web api controller this service is embedded in. It's good for a go/nogo on a web service plus a quick version check.

  [Route("api/testWebService")]
  [AllowAnonymous]
  [HttpGet]
  public HttpResponseMessage TestWebService()
  {
      HttpResponseMessage responseMessage = Request.CreateResponse(HttpStatusCode.OK);
      string loc = Assembly.GetAssembly(typeof(@Class@)).Location;
      FileVersionInfo versionInfo = FileVersionInfo.GetVersionInfo(loc);
      responseMessage.Content = new StringContent($"<h2>The XXXXX web service GET test succeeded.</h2>{DateTime.Now}<br/><br/>File Version: {versionInfo.FileVersion}");
      responseMessage.Content.Headers.ContentType = new MediaTypeHeaderValue("text/html");
      Request.RegisterForDispose(responseMessage);
      return responseMessage;
  }

I found it also necessary to add the following to web.config under configuration to make it truly anonymous

<location path="api/testwebservice">
    <system.web>
        <authorization>
            <allow users="*" />
        </authorization>
    </system.web>
</location>

nvarchar(max) still being truncated

To see the dynamic SQL generated, change to text mode (shortcut: Ctrl-T), then use SELECT

PRINT LEN(@Query) -- Prints out 4273, which is correct as far as I can tell
--SET NOCOUNT ON
SELECT @Query

As for sp_executesql, try this (in text mode), it should show the three aaaaa...'s the middle one being the longest with 'SELECT ..' added. Watch the Ln... Col.. indicator in the status bar at bottom right showing 4510 at the end of the 2nd output.

declare @n nvarchar(max)
set @n = REPLICATE(convert(nvarchar(max), 'a'), 4500)
SET @N = 'SELECT ''' + @n + ''''
print @n   -- up to 4000
select @n  -- up to max
exec sp_Executesql @n

Is there a way to link someone to a YouTube Video in HD 1080p quality?

To link to a YouTube video so it plays in HD by default, use the following URL:

https://www.youtube.com/v/VIDEOID?version=3&vq=hd1080

Change VIDEOID to the YouTube video ID that you want to link to. When someone follows the link, it will display the highest-resolution available (up to 1080p) in full-screen mode. Unfortunately, vq=hd1080 does not work on the normal YouTube site (with comments and related videos).

Remove Rows From Data Frame where a Row matches a String

Just use the == with the negation symbol (!). If dtfm is the name of your data.frame:

dtfm[!dtfm$C == "Foo", ]

Or, to move the negation in the comparison:

dtfm[dtfm$C != "Foo", ]

Or, even shorter using subset():

subset(dtfm, C!="Foo")

ssl.SSLError: [SSL: CERTIFICATE_VERIFY_FAILED] certificate verify failed (_ssl.c:749)

I ran this on MacOS /Applications/Python\ 3.6/Install\ Certificates.command

Processing $http response in service

Please try the below Code

You can split the controller (PageCtrl) and service (dataService)

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'use strict';_x000D_
(function () {_x000D_
    angular.module('myApp')_x000D_
        .controller('pageContl', ['$scope', 'dataService', PageContl])_x000D_
        .service('dataService', ['$q', '$http', DataService]);_x000D_
    function DataService($q, $http){_x000D_
        this.$q = $q;_x000D_
        this.$http = $http;_x000D_
        //... blob blob _x000D_
    }_x000D_
    DataService.prototype = {_x000D_
        getSearchData: function () {_x000D_
            var deferred = this.$q.defer(); //initiating promise_x000D_
            this.$http({_x000D_
                method: 'POST',//GET_x000D_
                url: 'test.json',_x000D_
                headers: { 'Content-Type': 'application/json' }_x000D_
            }).then(function(result) {_x000D_
                deferred.resolve(result.data);_x000D_
            },function (error) {_x000D_
                deferred.reject(error);_x000D_
            });_x000D_
            return deferred.promise;_x000D_
        },_x000D_
        getABCDATA: function () {_x000D_
_x000D_
        }_x000D_
    };_x000D_
    function PageContl($scope, dataService) {_x000D_
        this.$scope = $scope;_x000D_
        this.dataService = dataService; //injecting service Dependency in ctrl_x000D_
        this.pageData = {}; //or [];_x000D_
    }_x000D_
    PageContl.prototype = {_x000D_
         searchData: function () {_x000D_
             var self = this; //we can't access 'this' of parent fn from callback or inner function, that's why assigning in temp variable_x000D_
             this.dataService.getSearchData().then(function (data) {_x000D_
                 self.searchData = data;_x000D_
             });_x000D_
         }_x000D_
    }_x000D_
}());
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Find methods calls in Eclipse project

Select mymethod() and press ctrl+alt+h.

To see some detailed Information about any method you can use this by selecting that particular Object or method and right click. you can see the "OpenCallHierarchy" (Ctrl+Alt+H). Like that many tools are there to make your work Easier like "Quick Outline" (Ctrl+O) to view the Datatypes and methods declared in a particular .java file.

To know more about this, refer this eclipse Reference

Jquery $.ajax fails in IE on cross domain calls

It's hard to tell due to the lack of formatting in the question, but I think I see two issues with the ajax call.

1) the application/x-www-form-urlencoded for contentType should be in quotes

2) There should be a comma separating the contentType and async parameters.

How can I make a time delay in Python?

import time
time.sleep(5)   # Delays for 5 seconds. You can also use a float value.

Here is another example where something is run approximately once a minute:

import time
while True:
    print("This prints once a minute.")
    time.sleep(60) # Delay for 1 minute (60 seconds).

Unable to install gem - Failed to build gem native extension - cannot load such file -- mkmf (LoadError)

For MacOS users:

Just do this and easily it will solve your problem:

brew install cocoapods

Newline character in StringBuilder

Use StringBuilder's append line built-in functions:

StringBuilder sb = new StringBuilder();
sb.AppendLine("First line");
sb.AppendLine("Second line");
sb.AppendLine("Third line");

Output

First line
Second line
Third line

How to change the background color of a UIButton while it's highlighted?

Try this if you have an image:

-(void)setBackgroundImage:(UIImage *)image forState:(UIControlState)state;

or see if showsTouchWhenHighlighted is enough for you.

Multiple select statements in Single query

If you use MyISAM tables, the fastest way is querying directly the stats:

select table_name, table_rows 
     from information_schema.tables 
where 
     table_schema='databasename' and 
     table_name in ('user_table','cat_table','course_table')

If you have InnoDB you have to query with count() as the reported value in information_schema.tables is wrong.

How do I get the Session Object in Spring?

If all that you need is details of User, for Spring Version 4.x you can use @AuthenticationPrincipal and @EnableWebSecurity tag provided by Spring as shown below.

Security Configuration Class:

@Configuration
@EnableWebSecurity
public class SecurityConfig extends WebSecurityConfigurerAdapter {
   ...
}

Controller method:

@RequestMapping("/messages/inbox")
public ModelAndView findMessagesForUser(@AuthenticationPrincipal User user) {
    ...
}

For each row return the column name of the largest value

Here is an answer that works with data.table and is simpler. This assumes your data.table is named yourDF:

j1 <- max.col(yourDF[, .(V1, V2, V3, V4)], "first")
yourDF$newCol <- c("V1", "V2", "V3", "V4")[j1]

Replace ("V1", "V2", "V3", "V4") and (V1, V2, V3, V4) with your column names

ValueError: unconverted data remains: 02:05

  timeobj = datetime.datetime.strptime(my_time, '%Y-%m-%d %I:%M:%S')
  File "/usr/lib/python2.7/_strptime.py", line 335, in _strptime
    data_string[found.end():])
ValueError: unconverted data remains:

In my case, the problem was an extra space in the input date string. So I used strip() and it started to work.

Online code beautifier and formatter

JsonLint is good for validating and formatting JSON.

How to return values in javascript

Javascript is duck typed, so you can create a small structure.

function myFunction(value1,value2,value3)
{         
     var myObject = new Object();
     myObject.value2 = somevalue2;
     myObject.value3 = somevalue3;
     return myObject;
}


var value = myFunction("1",value2,value3);

if(value.value2  && value.value3)
{
//Do some stuff
}

Convert .class to .java

I used the http://www.javadecompilers.com but in some classes it gives you the message "could not load this classes..."

INSTEAD download Android Studio, navigate to the folder containing the java class file and double click it. The code will show in the right pane and I guess you can copy it an save it as a java file from there

How to include bootstrap css and js in reactjs app?

I try with instruction:

npm install bootstrap
npm install jquery popper.js

then in src/index.js:

import 'bootstrap/dist/css/bootstrap.min.css';
import $ from 'jquery';
import Popper from 'popper.js';
import 'bootstrap/dist/js/bootstrap.bundle.min';
import React from 'react';
import ReactDOM from 'react-dom';
import './index.css';
import App from './App';
import registerServiceWorker from './registerServiceWorker';

ReactDOM.render(<Dropdown />, document.getElementById('root'));
registerServiceWorker();

Laravel Blade html image

Change /img/stuvi-logo.png to img/stuvi-logo.png

{{ HTML::image('img/stuvi-logo.png', 'alt text', array('class' => 'css-class')) }}

Which produces the following HTML.

<img src="http://your.url/img/stuvi-logo.png" class="css-class" alt="alt text">

What's the best way to do a backwards loop in C/C#/C++?

In C++ you basicially have the choice between iterating using iterators, or indices. Depending on whether you have a plain array, or a std::vector, you use different techniques.

Using std::vector

Using iterators

C++ allows you to do this using std::reverse_iterator:

for(std::vector<T>::reverse_iterator it = v.rbegin(); it != v.rend(); ++it) {
    /* std::cout << *it; ... */
}

Using indices

The unsigned integral type returned by std::vector<T>::size is not always std::size_t. It can be greater or less. This is crucial for the loop to work.

for(std::vector<int>::size_type i = someVector.size() - 1; 
    i != (std::vector<int>::size_type) -1; i--) {
    /* std::cout << someVector[i]; ... */
}

It works, since unsigned integral types values are defined by means of modulo their count of bits. Thus, if you are setting -N, you end up at (2 ^ BIT_SIZE) -N

Using Arrays

Using iterators

We are using std::reverse_iterator to do the iterating.

for(std::reverse_iterator<element_type*> it(a + sizeof a / sizeof *a), itb(a); 
    it != itb; 
    ++it) {
    /* std::cout << *it; .... */
}

Using indices

We can safely use std::size_t here, as opposed to above, since sizeof always returns std::size_t by definition.

for(std::size_t i = (sizeof a / sizeof *a) - 1; i != (std::size_t) -1; i--) {
   /* std::cout << a[i]; ... */
}

Avoiding pitfalls with sizeof applied to pointers

Actually the above way of determining the size of an array sucks. If a is actually a pointer instead of an array (which happens quite often, and beginners will confuse it), it will silently fail. A better way is to use the following, which will fail at compile time, if given a pointer:

template<typename T, std::size_t N> char (& array_size(T(&)[N]) )[N];

It works by getting the size of the passed array first, and then declaring to return a reference to an array of type char of the same size. char is defined to have sizeof of: 1. So the returned array will have a sizeof of: N * 1, which is what we are looking for, with only compile time evaluation and zero runtime overhead.

Instead of doing

(sizeof a / sizeof *a)

Change your code so that it now does

(sizeof array_size(a))

How to find if an array contains a specific string in JavaScript/jQuery?

You really don't need jQuery for this.

var myarr = ["I", "like", "turtles"];
var arraycontainsturtles = (myarr.indexOf("turtles") > -1);

Hint: indexOf returns a number, representing the position where the specified searchvalue occurs for the first time, or -1 if it never occurs

or

function arrayContains(needle, arrhaystack)
{
    return (arrhaystack.indexOf(needle) > -1);
}

It's worth noting that array.indexOf(..) is not supported in IE < 9, but jQuery's indexOf(...) function will work even for those older versions.

Exception thrown in catch and finally clause

class MyExc1 extends Exception {}
class MyExc2 extends Exception {}
class MyExc3 extends MyExc2 {}

public class C1 {
    public static void main(String[] args) throws Exception {
        try {
            System.out.print("TryA L1\n");
            q();
            System.out.print("TryB L1\n");
        }
        catch (Exception i) {
            System.out.print("Catch L1\n");                
        }
        finally {
            System.out.print("Finally L1\n");
            throw new MyExc1();
        }
    }

    static void q() throws Exception {
        try {
            System.out.print("TryA L2\n");
            q2();
            System.out.print("TryB L2\n");
        }
        catch (Exception y) {
            System.out.print("Catch L2\n");
            throw new MyExc2();  
        }
        finally {
            System.out.print("Finally L2\n");
            throw new Exception();
        }
    }

    static void q2() throws Exception {
        throw new MyExc1();
    }
}

Order:

TryA L1
TryA L2
Catch L2
Finally L2
Catch L1
Finally L1        
Exception in thread "main" MyExc1 at C1.main(C1.java:30)

https://www.compilejava.net/

How can I force a hard reload in Chrome for Android

Most of the answers were not working for me. Here is a super simple working on my Galaxy S8 in august 2020:

Add "view-source:" just before your http:.... address, navigate trough there to the changed file if different than the html or index.

You will see the unchanged file. Refresh.

Done.

How to pass a single object[] to a params object[]

You need to encapsulate it into another object[] array, like this:

Foo(new Object[] { new object[]{ (object)"1", (object)"2" }});

How to write into a file in PHP?

Consider fwrite():

<?php
$fp = fopen('lidn.txt', 'w');
fwrite($fp, 'Cats chase mice');
fclose($fp);
?>

How to copy text to the client's clipboard using jQuery?

Copying to the clipboard is a tricky task to do in Javascript in terms of browser compatibility. The best way to do it is using a small flash. It will work on every browser. You can check it in this article.

Here's how to do it for Internet Explorer:

function copy (str)
{
    //for IE ONLY!
    window.clipboardData.setData('Text',str);
}

php static function

After trying examples (PHP 5.3.5), I found that in both cases of defining functions you can't use $this operator to work on class functions. So I couldn't find a difference in them yet. :(

Create a simple HTTP server with Java?

I just added a public repo with a ready to run out of the box server using Jetty and JDBC to get your project started.

Pull from github here: https://github.com/waf04/WAF-Simple-JAVA-HTTP-MYSQL-Server.git

Replace transparency in PNG images with white background

The only one that worked for me was a mix of all the answers:

convert in.png -background white -alpha remove -flatten -alpha off out.png

How to get the size of a varchar[n] field in one SQL statement?

This is a function for calculating max valid length for varchar(Nn):

CREATE FUNCTION [dbo].[GetMaxVarcharColumnLength] (@TableSchema NVARCHAR(MAX), @TableName NVARCHAR(MAX), @ColumnName VARCHAR(MAX))
RETURNS INT
AS
BEGIN
    RETURN (SELECT character_maximum_length FROM information_schema.columns  
            WHERE table_schema = @TableSchema AND table_name = @TableName AND column_name = @ColumnName);
END

Usage:

IF LEN(@Name) > [dbo].[GetMaxVarcharColumnLength]('person', 'FamilyStateName', 'Name') 
            RETURN [dbo].[err_Internal_StringForVarcharTooLong]();

jQuery Popup Bubble/Tooltip

Tiptip is also a nice library.

How to show the last queries executed on MySQL?

You can enable a general query log for that sort of diagnostic. Generally you don't log all SELECT queries on a production server though, it's a performance killer.

Edit your MySQL config, e.g. /etc/mysql/my.cnf - look for, or add, a line like this

[mysqld]
log = /var/log/mysql/mysql.log

Restart mysql to pick up that change, now you can

tail -f /var/log/mysql/mysql.log

Hey presto, you can watch the queries as they come in.

smooth scroll to top

I think the simplest solution is:

window.scrollTo({top: 0, behavior: 'smooth'});

If you wanted instant scrolling then just use:

window.scrollTo({top: 0});

Can be used as a function:

// Scroll To Top

function scrollToTop() {

window.scrollTo({top: 0, behavior: 'smooth'});

}

Or as an onclick handler:

<button onclick='window.scrollTo({top: 0, behavior: "smooth"});'>Scroll to Top</button>

How to change the JDK for a Jenkins job?

There is a JDK dropdown in "job name" -> Configure in Jenkins web ui. It will list all JDKs available in Jenkins configuration.

How to delete all the rows in a table using Eloquent?

Solution who works with Lumen 5.5 with foreign keys constraints :

$categories = MusicCategory::all();
foreach($categories as $category)
{
$category->delete();

}
return response()->json(['error' => false]);