Programs & Examples On #Query string

The part of a URL after the ? (question mark), containing parameter=value pairs separated by & (ampersand). In a request made to a web application at a particular URL, the parameter+value data in the query string is parsed/consumed by the web application on the backend that receives the request.

Append values to query string

The end to all URL query string editing woes

After lots of toil and fiddling with the Uri class, and other solutions, here're my string extension methods to solve my problems.

using System;
using System.Collections.Specialized;
using System.Linq;
using System.Web;

public static class StringExtensions
{
    public static string AddToQueryString(this string url, params object[] keysAndValues)
    {
        return UpdateQueryString(url, q =>
        {
            for (var i = 0; i < keysAndValues.Length; i += 2)
            {
                q.Set(keysAndValues[i].ToString(), keysAndValues[i + 1].ToString());
            }
        });
    }

    public static string RemoveFromQueryString(this string url, params string[] keys)
    {
        return UpdateQueryString(url, q =>
        {
            foreach (var key in keys)
            {
                q.Remove(key);
            }
        });
    }

    public static string UpdateQueryString(string url, Action<NameValueCollection> func)
    {
        var urlWithoutQueryString = url.Contains('?') ? url.Substring(0, url.IndexOf('?')) : url;
        var queryString = url.Contains('?') ? url.Substring(url.IndexOf('?')) : null;
        var query = HttpUtility.ParseQueryString(queryString ?? string.Empty);

        func(query);

        return urlWithoutQueryString + (query.Count > 0 ? "?" : string.Empty) + query;
    }
}

How to parse a query string into a NameValueCollection in .NET

To get all Querystring values try this:

    Dim qscoll As NameValueCollection = HttpUtility.ParseQueryString(querystring)

Dim sb As New StringBuilder("<br />")
For Each s As String In qscoll.AllKeys

  Response.Write(s & " - " & qscoll(s) & "<br />")

Next s

How do you get a query string on Flask?

If the request if GET and we passed some query parameters then,

fro`enter code here`m flask import request
@app.route('/')
@app.route('/data')
def data():
   if request.method == 'GET':
      # Get the parameters by key
      arg1 = request.args.get('arg1')
      arg2 = request.args.get('arg2')
      # Generate the query string
      query_string="?arg1={0}&arg2={1}".format(arg1, arg2)
      return render_template("data.html", query_string=query_string)

Adding a parameter to the URL with JavaScript

Here is what I do. Using my editParams() function, you can add, remove, or change any parameter, then use the built in replaceState() function to update the URL:

window.history.replaceState('object or string', 'Title', 'page.html' + editParams('enable', 'true'));


// background functions below:

// add/change/remove URL parameter
// use a value of false to remove parameter
// returns a url-style string
function editParams (key, value) {
  key = encodeURI(key);

  var params = getSearchParameters();

  if (Object.keys(params).length === 0) {
    if (value !== false)
      return '?' + key + '=' + encodeURI(value);
    else
      return '';
  }

  if (value !== false)
    params[key] = encodeURI(value);
  else
    delete params[key];

  if (Object.keys(params).length === 0)
    return '';

  return '?' + $.map(params, function (value, key) {
    return key + '=' + value;
  }).join('&');
}

// Get object/associative array of URL parameters
function getSearchParameters () {
  var prmstr = window.location.search.substr(1);
  return prmstr !== null && prmstr !== "" ? transformToAssocArray(prmstr) : {};
}

// convert parameters from url-style string to associative array
function transformToAssocArray (prmstr) {
  var params = {},
      prmarr = prmstr.split("&");

  for (var i = 0; i < prmarr.length; i++) {
    var tmparr = prmarr[i].split("=");
    params[tmparr[0]] = tmparr[1];
  }
  return params;
}

remove url parameters with javascript or jquery

Well, I am using this:

stripUrl(urlToStrip){
        let stripped = urlToStrip.split('?')[0];
        stripped = stripped.split('&')[0];
        stripped = stripped.split('#')[0];
        return stripped;
    }

or:

    stripUrl(urlToStrip){
        return urlToStrip.split('?')[0].split('&')[0].split('#')[0];
    }

Elasticsearch query to return all records

http://127.0.0.1:9200/foo/_search/?size=1000&pretty=1
                                   ^

Note the size param, which increases the hits displayed from the default (10) to 1000 per shard.

http://www.elasticsearch.org/guide/en/elasticsearch/reference/current/search-request-from-size.html

What is the difference between URL parameters and query strings?

Parameters are key-value pairs that can appear inside URL path, and start with a semicolon character (;).

Query string appears after the path (if any) and starts with a question mark character (?).

Both parameters and query string contain key-value pairs.

In a GET request, parameters appear in the URL itself:

<scheme>://<username>:<password>@<host>:<port>/<path>;<parameters>?<query>#<fragment>

In a POST request, parameters can appear in the URL itself, but also in the datastream (as known as content).

Query string is always a part of the URL.

Parameters can be buried in form-data datastream when using POST method so they may not appear in the URL. Yes a POST request can define parameters as form data and in the URL, and this is not inconsistent because parameters can have several values.

I've found no explaination for this behavior so far. I guess it might be useful sometimes to "unhide" parameters from a POST request, or even let the code handling a GET request share some parts with the code handling a POST. Of course this can work only with server code supporting parameters in a URL.

Until you get better insights, I suggest you to use parameters only in form-data datastream of POST requests.

Sources:

What Every Developer Should Know About URLs

RFC 3986

How to get URL parameter using jQuery or plain JavaScript?

A slight improvement to Sameer's answer, cache params into closure to avoid parsing and looping through all parameters each time calling

var getURLParam = (function() {
    var paramStr = decodeURIComponent(window.location.search).substring(1);
    var paramSegs = paramStr.split('&');
    var params = [];
    for(var i = 0; i < paramSegs.length; i++) {
        var paramSeg = paramSegs[i].split('=');
        params[paramSeg[0]] = paramSeg[1];
    }
    console.log(params);
    return function(key) {
        return params[key];
    }
})();

Is an HTTPS query string secure?

Yes, as long as no one is looking over your shoulder at the monitor.

How to access the GET parameters after "?" in Express?

Query string and parameters are different.

You need to use both in single routing url

Please check below example may be useful for you.

app.get('/sample/:id', function(req, res) {

 var id = req.params.id; //or use req.param('id')

  ................

});

Get the link to pass your second segment is your id example: http://localhost:port/sample/123

If you facing problem please use Passing variables as query string using '?' operator

  app.get('/sample', function(req, res) {

     var id = req.query.id; 

      ................

    });

Get link your like this example: http://localhost:port/sample?id=123

Both in a single example

app.get('/sample/:id', function(req, res) {

 var id = req.params.id; //or use req.param('id')
 var id2 = req.query.id; 
  ................

});

Get link example: http://localhost:port/sample/123?id=123

Node.js: Difference between req.query[] and req.params

Suppose you have defined your route name like this:

https://localhost:3000/user/:userid

which will become:

https://localhost:3000/user/5896544

Here, if you will print: request.params

{
userId : 5896544
}

so

request.params.userId = 5896544

so request.params is an object containing properties to the named route

and request.query comes from query parameters in the URL eg:

https://localhost:3000/user?userId=5896544 

request.query

{

userId: 5896544

}

so

request.query.userId = 5896544

Query-string encoding of a Javascript Object

Here's a one liner in ES6:

Object.keys(obj).map(k => `${encodeURIComponent(k)}=${encodeURIComponent(obj[k])}`).join('&');

Modifying a query string without reloading the page

If you are looking for Hash modification, your solution works ok. However, if you want to change the query, you can use the pushState, as you said. Here it is an example that might help you to implement it properly. I tested and it worked fine:

if (history.pushState) {
    var newurl = window.location.protocol + "//" + window.location.host + window.location.pathname + '?myNewUrlQuery=1';
    window.history.pushState({path:newurl},'',newurl);
}

It does not reload the page, but it only allows you to change the URL query. You would not be able to change the protocol or the host values. And of course that it requires modern browsers that can process HTML5 History API.

For more information:

http://diveintohtml5.info/history.html

https://developer.mozilla.org/en-US/docs/Web/Guide/API/DOM/Manipulating_the_browser_history

Get query string parameters url values with jQuery / Javascript (querystring)

Written in Vanilla Javascript

     //Get URL
     var loc = window.location.href;
     console.log(loc);
     var index = loc.indexOf("?");
     console.log(loc.substr(index+1));
     var splitted = loc.substr(index+1).split('&');
     console.log(splitted);
     var paramObj = [];
     for(var i=0;i<splitted.length;i++){
         var params = splitted[i].split('=');
         var key = params[0];
         var value = params[1];
         var obj = {
             [key] : value
         };
         paramObj.push(obj);
         }
    console.log(paramObj);
    //Loop through paramObj to get all the params in query string.

How can I remove item from querystring in asp.net using c#?

Here is a simple way. Reflector is not needed.

    public static string GetQueryStringWithOutParameter(string parameter)
    {
        var nameValueCollection = System.Web.HttpUtility.ParseQueryString(HttpContext.Current.Request.QueryString.ToString());
        nameValueCollection.Remove(parameter);
        string url = HttpContext.Current.Request.Path + "?" + nameValueCollection;

        return url;
    }

Here QueryString.ToString() is required because Request.QueryString collection is read only.

What is the maximum possible length of a query string?

RFC 2616 (Hypertext Transfer Protocol — HTTP/1.1) states there is no limit to the length of a query string (section 3.2.1). RFC 3986 (Uniform Resource Identifier — URI) also states there is no limit, but indicates the hostname is limited to 255 characters because of DNS limitations (section 2.3.3).

While the specifications do not specify any maximum length, practical limits are imposed by web browser and server software. Based on research which is unfortunately no longer available on its original site (it leads to a shady seeming loan site) but which can still be found at Internet Archive Of Boutell.com:

  • Microsoft Internet Explorer (Browser)
    Microsoft states that the maximum length of a URL in Internet Explorer is 2,083 characters, with no more than 2,048 characters in the path portion of the URL. Attempts to use URLs longer than this produced a clear error message in Internet Explorer.

  • Microsoft Edge (Browser)
    The limit appears to be around 81578 characters. See URL Length limitation of Microsoft Edge

  • Chrome
    It stops displaying the URL after 64k characters, but can serve more than 100k characters. No further testing was done beyond that.

  • Firefox (Browser)
    After 65,536 characters, the location bar no longer displays the URL in Windows Firefox 1.5.x. However, longer URLs will work. No further testing was done after 100,000 characters.

  • Safari (Browser)
    At least 80,000 characters will work. Testing was not tried beyond that.

  • Opera (Browser)
    At least 190,000 characters will work. Stopped testing after 190,000 characters. Opera 9 for Windows continued to display a fully editable, copyable and pasteable URL in the location bar even at 190,000 characters.

  • Apache (Server)
    Early attempts to measure the maximum URL length in web browsers bumped into a server URL length limit of approximately 4,000 characters, after which Apache produces a "413 Entity Too Large" error. The current up to date Apache build found in Red Hat Enterprise Linux 4 was used. The official Apache documentation only mentions an 8,192-byte limit on an individual field in a request.

  • Microsoft Internet Information Server (Server)
    The default limit is 16,384 characters (yes, Microsoft's web server accepts longer URLs than Microsoft's web browser). This is configurable.

  • Perl HTTP::Daemon (Server)
    Up to 8,000 bytes will work. Those constructing web application servers with Perl's HTTP::Daemon module will encounter a 16,384 byte limit on the combined size of all HTTP request headers. This does not include POST-method form data, file uploads, etc., but it does include the URL. In practice this resulted in a 413 error when a URL was significantly longer than 8,000 characters. This limitation can be easily removed. Look for all occurrences of 16x1024 in Daemon.pm and replace them with a larger value. Of course, this does increase your exposure to denial of service attacks.

How to pass an array within a query string?

Check the parse_string function http://php.net/manual/en/function.parse-str.php

It will return all the variables from a query string, including arrays.

Example from php.net:

<?php
$str = "first=value&arr[]=foo+bar&arr[]=baz";
parse_str($str);
echo $first;  // value
echo $arr[0]; // foo bar
echo $arr[1]; // baz

parse_str($str, $output);
echo $output['first'];  // value
echo $output['arr'][0]; // foo bar
echo $output['arr'][1]; // baz

?>

Does a `+` in a URL scheme/host/path represent a space?

Thou shalt always encode URLs.

Here is how Ruby encodes your URL:

irb(main):008:0> CGI.escape "a.com/a+b"
=> "a.com%2Fa%2Bb"

Fastest way to implode an associative array with keys

What about this shorter, more transparent, yet more intuitive with array_walk

$attributes = array(
  'data-href'   => 'http://example.com',
  'data-width'  => '300',
  'data-height' => '250',
  'data-type'   => 'cover',
);

$args = "";
array_walk(
    $attributes, 
    function ($item, $key) use (&$args) {
        $args .= $key ." = '" . $item . "' ";  
    }
);
// output: 'data-href="http://example.com" data-width="300" data-height="250" data-type="cover"

How to remove the querystring and get only the url?

You can use the parse_url build in function like that:

$baseUrl = $_SERVER['SERVER_NAME'] . parse_url($_SERVER['REQUEST_URI'], PHP_URL_PATH);

Passing multiple values for a single parameter in Reporting Services

The below solution worked for me.

  1. In the parameter tab of your dataset properties click on the expression icon (!http://chittagongit.com//images/fx-icon/fx-icon-16.jpg [fx symbol]) beside the parameter you need to allow comma delimited entry for.

  2. In the expression window that appears, use the Split function (Common Functions -> Text). Example shown below:

=Split(Parameters!ParameterName.Value,",")

Add querystring parameters to link_to

If you want to keep existing params and not expose yourself to XSS attacks, be sure to clean the params hash, leaving only the params that your app can be sending:

# inline
<%= link_to 'Link', params.slice(:sort).merge(per_page: 20) %>

 

If you use it in multiple places, clean the params in the controller:

# your_controller.rb
@params = params.slice(:sort, :per_page)

# view
<%= link_to 'Link', @params.merge(per_page: 20) %>

Use querystring variables in MVC controller

I figured it out...finally found another article on it.

string start = Request.QueryString["start"];

string end = Request.QueryString["end"];

PHP file_get_contents() returns "failed to open stream: HTTP request failed!"

You basically are required to send some information with the request.

Try this,

$opts = array('http'=>array('header' => "User-Agent:MyAgent/1.0\r\n")); 
//Basically adding headers to the request
$context = stream_context_create($opts);
$html = file_get_contents($url,false,$context);
$html = htmlspecialchars($html);

This worked out for me

<> And Not In VB.NET

Is is not the same as = -- Is compares the references, whilst = will compare the values.

If you're using v2 of the .Net Framework (or later), there is the IsNot operator which will do the right thing, and read more naturally.

How can I delete a query string parameter in JavaScript?

Heres a complete function for adding and removing parameters based on this question and this github gist: https://gist.github.com/excalq/2961415

var updateQueryStringParam = function (key, value) {

    var baseUrl = [location.protocol, '//', location.host, location.pathname].join(''),
        urlQueryString = document.location.search,
        newParam = key + '=' + value,
        params = '?' + newParam;

    // If the "search" string exists, then build params from it
    if (urlQueryString) {

        updateRegex = new RegExp('([\?&])' + key + '[^&]*');
        removeRegex = new RegExp('([\?&])' + key + '=[^&;]+[&;]?');

        if( typeof value == 'undefined' || value == null || value == '' ) { // Remove param if value is empty

            params = urlQueryString.replace(removeRegex, "$1");
            params = params.replace( /[&;]$/, "" );

        } else if (urlQueryString.match(updateRegex) !== null) { // If param exists already, update it

            params = urlQueryString.replace(updateRegex, "$1" + newParam);

        } else { // Otherwise, add it to end of query string

            params = urlQueryString + '&' + newParam;

        }

    }
    window.history.replaceState({}, "", baseUrl + params);
};

You can add parameters like this:

updateQueryStringParam( 'myparam', 'true' );

And remove it like this:

updateQueryStringParam( 'myparam', null );

In this thread many said that the regex is probably not the best/stable solution ... so im not 100% sure if this thing has some flaws but as far as i tested it it works pretty fine.

node.js http 'get' request with query string parameters

If you don't want use external package , Just add the following function in your utilities :

var params=function(req){
  let q=req.url.split('?'),result={};
  if(q.length>=2){
      q[1].split('&').forEach((item)=>{
           try {
             result[item.split('=')[0]]=item.split('=')[1];
           } catch (e) {
             result[item.split('=')[0]]='';
           }
      })
  }
  return result;
}

Then , in createServer call back , add attribute params to request object :

 http.createServer(function(req,res){
     req.params=params(req); // call the function above ;
      /**
       * http://mysite/add?name=Ahmed
       */
     console.log(req.params.name) ; // display : "Ahmed"

})

How to read values from the querystring with ASP.NET Core?

Here is a code sample I've used (with a .NET Core view):

@{
    Microsoft.Extensions.Primitives.StringValues queryVal;

    if (Context.Request.Query.TryGetValue("yourKey", out queryVal) &&
        queryVal.FirstOrDefault() == "yourValue")
    {
    }
}

How do I parse a URL query parameters, in Javascript?

Today (2.5 years after this answer) you can safely use Array.forEach. As @ricosrealm suggests, decodeURIComponent was used in this function.

function getJsonFromUrl(url) {
  if(!url) url = location.search;
  var query = url.substr(1);
  var result = {};
  query.split("&").forEach(function(part) {
    var item = part.split("=");
    result[item[0]] = decodeURIComponent(item[1]);
  });
  return result;
}

actually it's not that simple, see the peer-review in the comments, especially:

  • hash based routing (@cmfolio)
  • array parameters (@user2368055)
  • proper use of decodeURIComponent and non-encoded = (@AndrewF)
  • non-encoded + (added by me)

For further details, see MDN article and RFC 3986.

Maybe this should go to codereview SE, but here is safer and regexp-free code:

function getJsonFromUrl(url) {
  if(!url) url = location.href;
  var question = url.indexOf("?");
  var hash = url.indexOf("#");
  if(hash==-1 && question==-1) return {};
  if(hash==-1) hash = url.length;
  var query = question==-1 || hash==question+1 ? url.substring(hash) : 
  url.substring(question+1,hash);
  var result = {};
  query.split("&").forEach(function(part) {
    if(!part) return;
    part = part.split("+").join(" "); // replace every + with space, regexp-free version
    var eq = part.indexOf("=");
    var key = eq>-1 ? part.substr(0,eq) : part;
    var val = eq>-1 ? decodeURIComponent(part.substr(eq+1)) : "";
    var from = key.indexOf("[");
    if(from==-1) result[decodeURIComponent(key)] = val;
    else {
      var to = key.indexOf("]",from);
      var index = decodeURIComponent(key.substring(from+1,to));
      key = decodeURIComponent(key.substring(0,from));
      if(!result[key]) result[key] = [];
      if(!index) result[key].push(val);
      else result[key][index] = val;
    }
  });
  return result;
}

This function can parse even URLs like

var url = "?foo%20e[]=a%20a&foo+e[%5Bx%5D]=b&foo e[]=c";
// {"foo e": ["a a",  "c",  "[x]":"b"]}

var obj = getJsonFromUrl(url)["foo e"];
for(var key in obj) { // Array.forEach would skip string keys here
  console.log(key,":",obj[key]);
}
/*
  0 : a a
  1 : c
  [x] : b
*/

Get escaped URL parameter

After reading all of the answers I ended up with this version with + a second function to use parameters as flags

function getURLParameter(name) {
    return decodeURIComponent((new RegExp('[?|&]' + name + '=' + '([^&;]+?)(&|#|;|$)','i').exec(location.search)||[,""])[1].replace(/\+/g, '%20'))||null;
}

function isSetURLParameter(name) {
    return (new RegExp('[?|&]' + name + '(?:[=|&|#|;|]|$)','i').exec(location.search) !== null)
}

Sharing a URL with a query string on Twitter

You don't necessarily need to use intent, it you encode your URL it will work with twitter share as well.

How do I use regex in a SQLite query?

Consider using this

WHERE x REGEXP '(^|,)(3)(,|$)'

This will match exactly 3 when x is in:

  • 3
  • 3,12,13
  • 12,13,3
  • 12,3,13

Other examples:

WHERE x REGEXP '(^|,)(3|13)(,|$)'

This will match on 3 or 13

How to configure the web.config to allow requests of any length

If your website is using authentication, but you don't have the correct authentication method set up in IIS (e.g. Basic, Forms etc..) then the browser will be getting stuck in a redirect loop. This causes the redirect url to get longer and longer until it explodes.

How can I get query string values in JavaScript?

I would rather use split() instead of Regex for this operation:

function getUrlParams() {
    var result = {};
    var params = (window.location.search.split('?')[1] || '').split('&');
    for(var param in params) {
        if (params.hasOwnProperty(param)) {
            var paramParts = params[param].split('=');
            result[paramParts[0]] = decodeURIComponent(paramParts[1] || "");
        }
    }
    return result;
}

Serialize object to query string in JavaScript/jQuery

You want $.param(): http://api.jquery.com/jQuery.param/

Specifically, you want this:

var data = { one: 'first', two: 'second' };
var result = $.param(data);

When given something like this:

{a: 1, b : 23, c : "te!@#st"}

$.param will return this:

a=1&b=23&c=te!%40%23st

How can I add or update a query string parameter?

A different approach without using regular expressions. Supports 'hash' anchors at the end of the url as well as multiple question mark charcters (?). Should be slightly faster than the regular expression approach.

function setUrlParameter(url, key, value) {
  var parts = url.split("#", 2), anchor = parts.length > 1 ? "#" + parts[1] : '';
  var query = (url = parts[0]).split("?", 2);
  if (query.length === 1) 
    return url + "?" + key + "=" + value + anchor;

  for (var params = query[query.length - 1].split("&"), i = 0; i < params.length; i++)
    if (params[i].toLowerCase().startsWith(key.toLowerCase() + "="))
      return params[i] = key + "=" + value, query[query.length - 1] = params.join("&"), query.join("?") + anchor;

  return url + "&" + key + "=" + value + anchor
}

Get querystring from URL using jQuery

To retrieve the entire querystring from the current URL, beginning with the ? character, you can use

location.search

https://developer.mozilla.org/en-US/docs/DOM/window.location

Example:

// URL = https://example.com?a=a%20a&b=b123
console.log(location.search); // Prints "?a=a%20a&b=b123" 

In regards to retrieving specific querystring parameters, while although classes like URLSearchParams and URL exist, they aren't supported by Internet Explorer at this time, and should probably be avoided. Instead, you can try something like this:

/**
 * Accepts either a URL or querystring and returns an object associating 
 * each querystring parameter to its value. 
 *
 * Returns an empty object if no querystring parameters found.
 */
function getUrlParams(urlOrQueryString) {
  if ((i = urlOrQueryString.indexOf('?')) >= 0) {
    const queryString = urlOrQueryString.substring(i+1);
    if (queryString) {
      return _mapUrlParams(queryString);
    } 
  }

  return {};
}

/**
 * Helper function for `getUrlParams()`
 * Builds the querystring parameter to value object map.
 *
 * @param queryString {string} - The full querystring, without the leading '?'.
 */
function _mapUrlParams(queryString) {
  return queryString    
    .split('&') 
    .map(function(keyValueString) { return keyValueString.split('=') })
    .reduce(function(urlParams, [key, value]) {
      if (Number.isInteger(parseInt(value)) && parseInt(value) == value) {
        urlParams[key] = parseInt(value);
      } else {
        urlParams[key] = decodeURI(value);
      }
      return urlParams;
    }, {});
}

You can use the above like so:

// Using location.search
let urlParams = getUrlParams(location.search); // Assume location.search = "?a=1&b=2b2"
console.log(urlParams); // Prints { "a": 1, "b": "2b2" }

// Using a URL string
const url = 'https://example.com?a=A%20A&b=1';
urlParams = getUrlParams(url);
console.log(urlParams); // Prints { "a": "A A", "b": 1 }

// To check if a parameter exists, simply do:
if (urlParams.hasOwnProperty('parameterName') { 
  console.log(urlParams.parameterName);
}

Optional query string parameters in ASP.NET Web API

This issue has been fixed in the regular release of MVC4. Now you can do:

public string GetFindBooks(string author="", string title="", string isbn="", string  somethingelse="", DateTime? date= null) 
{
    // ...
}

and everything will work out of the box.

How to send JSON instead of a query string with $.ajax?

You need to use JSON.stringify to first serialize your object to JSON, and then specify the contentType so your server understands it's JSON. This should do the trick:

$.ajax({
    url: url,
    type: "POST",
    data: JSON.stringify(data),
    contentType: "application/json",
    complete: callback
});

Note that the JSON object is natively available in browsers that support JavaScript 1.7 / ECMAScript 5 or later. If you need legacy support you can use json2.

How to get the query string by javascript?

There is a new API called URLSearchParams in browsers which allow you to extract and change the values of the query string.

Currently, it seems to be supported in Firefox 44+, Chrome 49+ and Opera 36+.

Initialize/Input

To get started, create a new URLSearchParams object. For current implementations, you need to remove the "?" at the beginning of the query string, using slice(1) on the querystring, as Jake Archibald suggests:

var params = new URLSearchParams(window.location.search.slice(1)); // myParam=12

In later implementations, you should be able to use it without slice:

var params = new URLSearchParams(window.location.search); // myParam=12

Get

You can get params from it via the .get method:

params.get('myParam'); // 12

Set

Params can be changed using .set:

params.set('myParam', 'newValue');

Output

And if the current querystring is needed again, the .toString method provides it:

params.toString(); // myParam=newValue

There are a host of other methods in this API.

Polyfill

As browser support is still pretty thin, there is a small polyfill by Andrea Giammarchi (<3kB).

Escaping ampersand in URL

Try using http://www.example.org?candy_name=M%26M.

See also this reference and some more information on Wikipedia.

When are you supposed to use escape instead of encodeURI / encodeURIComponent?

Modern rewrite of @johann-echavarria's answer:

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console.log(_x000D_
    Array(256)_x000D_
        .fill()_x000D_
        .map((ignore, i) => String.fromCharCode(i))_x000D_
        .filter(_x000D_
            (char) =>_x000D_
                encodeURI(char) !== encodeURIComponent(char)_x000D_
                    ? {_x000D_
                          character: char,_x000D_
                          encodeURI: encodeURI(char),_x000D_
                          encodeURIComponent: encodeURIComponent(char)_x000D_
                      }_x000D_
                    : false_x000D_
        )_x000D_
)
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Or if you can use a table, replace console.log with console.table (for the prettier output).

How can I get (query string) parameters from the URL in Next.js?

  • Get it by using the below code in the about.js page:

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// pages/about.js
import Link from 'next/link'
export default ({ url: { query: { name } } }) => (
  <p>Welcome to About! { name }</p>
)
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How to get GET (query string) variables in Express.js on Node.js?

You should be able to do something like this:

var http = require('http');
var url  = require('url');

http.createServer(function(req,res){
    var url_parts = url.parse(req.url, true);
    var query = url_parts.query;

    console.log(query); //{Object}

    res.end("End")
})

How to build a query string for a URL in C#?

public string UrlQueryStr(object data)
{
    if (data == null)
        return string.Empty;

    object val;
    StringBuilder sb = new StringBuilder();

    foreach (PropertyDescriptor prop in TypeDescriptor.GetProperties(data))
    {
        if ((val = prop.GetValue(data)) != null)
        {
            sb.AppendFormat("{0}{1}={2}", sb.Length == 0 ? '?' : '&',
                HttpUtility.UrlEncode(prop.Name), HttpUtility.UrlEncode(val.ToString()));
        }
    }
    return sb.ToString();
}

How to pass multiple parameters in a querystring

I use the AbsoluteUri and you can get it like this:

string myURI = Request.Url.AbsoluteUri;
 if (!WebSecurity.IsAuthenticated) {
        Response.Redirect("~/Login?returnUrl="
            + Request.Url.AbsoluteUri );

Then after you login:

var returnUrl = Request.QueryString["returnUrl"];
 if(WebSecurity.Login(username,password,true)){
                Context.RedirectLocal(returnUrl);

It works well for me.

Parse query string in JavaScript

How about this?

function getQueryVar(varName){
    // Grab and unescape the query string - appending an '&' keeps the RegExp simple
    // for the sake of this example.
    var queryStr = unescape(window.location.search) + '&';

    // Dynamic replacement RegExp
    var regex = new RegExp('.*?[&\\?]' + varName + '=(.*?)&.*');

    // Apply RegExp to the query string
    var val = queryStr.replace(regex, "$1");

    // If the string is the same, we didn't find a match - return false
    return val == queryStr ? false : val;
}

..then just call it with:

alert('Var "dest" = ' + getQueryVar('dest'));

Cheers

JavaScript query string


function decode(s) {
    try {
        return decodeURIComponent(s).replace(/\r\n|\r|\n/g, "\r\n");
    } catch (e) {
        return "";
    }
}
function getQueryString(win) {
    var qs = win.location.search;
    var multimap = {};
    if (qs.length > 1) {
        qs = qs.substr(1);
        qs.replace(/([^=&]+)=([^&]*)/g, function(match, hfname, hfvalue) {
            var name = decode(hfname);
            var value = decode(hfvalue);
            if (name.length > 0) {
                if (!multimap.hasOwnProperty(name)) {
                    multimap[name] = [];
                }
                multimap[name].push(value);
            }
        });
    }
    return multimap;
}
var keys = getQueryString(window);
for (var i in keys) {
    if (keys.hasOwnProperty(i)) {
        for (var z = 0; z < keys[i].length; ++z) {
            alert(i + ":" + keys[i][z]);
        }
    }
}

Get URL query string parameters

The PHP way to do it is using the function parse_url, which parses a URL and return its components. Including the query string.

Example:

$url = 'www.mysite.com/category/subcategory?myqueryhash';
echo parse_url($url, PHP_URL_QUERY); # output "myqueryhash"

Full documentation here

HttpServletRequest - Get query string parameters, no form data

Contrary to what cularis said there can be both in the parameter map.

The best way I see is to proxy the parameterMap and for each parameter retrieval check if queryString contains "&?<parameterName>=".

Note that parameterName needs to be URL encoded before this check can be made, as Qerub pointed out.

That saves you the parsing and still gives you only URL parameters.

Change URL parameters

Another variation on Sujoy's answer. Just changed the variable names & added a namespace wrapper:

window.MyNamespace = window.MyNamespace  || {};
window.MyNamespace.Uri = window.MyNamespace.Uri || {};

(function (ns) {

    ns.SetQueryStringParameter = function(url, parameterName, parameterValue) {

        var otherQueryStringParameters = "";

        var urlParts = url.split("?");

        var baseUrl = urlParts[0];
        var queryString = urlParts[1];

        var itemSeparator = "";
        if (queryString) {

            var queryStringParts = queryString.split("&");

            for (var i = 0; i < queryStringParts.length; i++){

                if(queryStringParts[i].split('=')[0] != parameterName){

                    otherQueryStringParameters += itemSeparator + queryStringParts[i];
                    itemSeparator = "&";
                }
            }
        }

        var newQueryStringParameter = itemSeparator + parameterName + "=" + parameterValue;

        return baseUrl + "?" + otherQueryStringParameters + newQueryStringParameter;
    };

})(window.MyNamespace.Uri);

Useage is now:

var changedUrl = MyNamespace.Uri.SetQueryStringParameter(originalUrl, "CarType", "Ford");

How to obtain the query string from the current URL with JavaScript?

You can use this function, for split string from ?id=

 function myfunction(myvar){
  var urls = myvar;
  var myurls = urls.split("?id=");
  var mylasturls = myurls[1];
  var mynexturls = mylasturls.split("&");
  var url = mynexturls[0];
  alert(url)
}
myfunction(window.top.location.href);
myfunction("http://www.myname.com/index.html?id=dance&emp;cid=in_social_facebook-hhp-food-moonlight-influencer_s7_20160623");

here is the fiddle

Request string without GET arguments

Edit: @T.Todua provided a newer answer to this question using parse_url.

(please upvote that answer so it can be more visible).

Edit2: Someone has been spamming and editing about extracting scheme, so I've added that at the bottom.

parse_url solution

The simplest solution would be:

echo parse_url($_SERVER["REQUEST_URI"], PHP_URL_PATH);

Parse_url is a built-in php function, who's sole purpose is to extract specific components from a url, including the PATH (everything before the first ?). As such, it is my new "best" solution to this problem.

strtok solution

Stackoverflow: How to remove the querystring and get only the url?

You can use strtok to get string before first occurence of ?

$url=strtok($_SERVER["REQUEST_URI"],'?');

Performance Note: This problem can also be solved using explode.

  • Explode tends to perform better for cases splitting the sring only on a single delimiter.
  • Strtok tends to perform better for cases utilizing multiple delimiters.

This application of strtok to return everything in a string before the first instance of a character will perform better than any other method in PHP, though WILL leave the querystring in memory.

An aside about Scheme (http/https) and $_SERVER vars

While OP did not ask about it, I suppose it is worth mentioning: parse_url should be used to extract any specific component from the url, please see the documentation for that function:

parse_url($actual_link, PHP_URL_SCHEME); 

Of note here, is that getting the full URL from a request is not a trivial task, and has many security implications. $_SERVER variables are your friend here, but they're a fickle friend, as apache/nginx configs, php environments, and even clients, can omit or alter these variables. All of this is well out of scope for this question, but it has been thoroughly discussed:

https://stackoverflow.com/a/6768831/1589379

It is important to note that these $_SERVER variables are populated at runtime, by whichever engine is doing the execution (/var/run/php/ or /etc/php/[version]/fpm/). These variables are passed from the OS, to the webserver (apache/nginx) to the php engine, and are modified and amended at each step. The only such variables that can be relied on are REQUEST_URI (because it's required by php), and those listed in RFC 3875 (see: PHP: $_SERVER ) because they are required of webservers.

please note: spaming links to your answers across other questions is not in good taste.

In Go's http package, how do I get the query string on a POST request?

A QueryString is, by definition, in the URL. You can access the URL of the request using req.URL (doc). The URL object has a Query() method (doc) that returns a Values type, which is simply a map[string][]string of the QueryString parameters.

If what you're looking for is the POST data as submitted by an HTML form, then this is (usually) a key-value pair in the request body. You're correct in your answer that you can call ParseForm() and then use req.Form field to get the map of key-value pairs, but you can also call FormValue(key) to get the value of a specific key. This calls ParseForm() if required, and gets values regardless of how they were sent (i.e. in query string or in the request body).

Doctrine2: Best way to handle many-to-many with extra columns in reference table

You may be able to achieve what you want with Class Table Inheritance where you change AlbumTrackReference to AlbumTrack:

class AlbumTrack extends Track { /* ... */ }

And getTrackList() would contain AlbumTrack objects which you could then use like you want:

foreach($album->getTrackList() as $albumTrack)
{
    echo sprintf("\t#%d - %-20s (%s) %s\n", 
        $albumTrack->getPosition(),
        $albumTrack->getTitle(),
        $albumTrack->getDuration()->format('H:i:s'),
        $albumTrack->isPromoted() ? ' - PROMOTED!' : ''
    );
}

You will need to examine this throughly to ensure you don't suffer performance-wise.

Your current set-up is simple, efficient, and easy to understand even if some of the semantics don't quite sit right with you.

Using a dictionary to count the items in a list

Simply use list property count\

i = ['apple','red','apple','red','red','pear']
d = {x:i.count(x) for x in i}
print d

output :

{'pear': 1, 'apple': 2, 'red': 3}

How do I setup a SSL certificate for an express.js server?

This is my working code for express 4.0.

express 4.0 is very different from 3.0 and others.

4.0 you have /bin/www file, which you are going to add https here.

"npm start" is standard way you start express 4.0 server.

readFileSync() function should use __dirname get current directory

while require() use ./ refer to current directory.

First you put private.key and public.cert file under /bin folder, It is same folder as WWW file.

no such directory found error:

  key: fs.readFileSync('../private.key'),

  cert: fs.readFileSync('../public.cert')

error, no such directory found

  key: fs.readFileSync('./private.key'),

  cert: fs.readFileSync('./public.cert')

Working code should be

key: fs.readFileSync(__dirname + '/private.key', 'utf8'),

cert: fs.readFileSync(__dirname + '/public.cert', 'utf8')

Complete https code is:

const https = require('https');
const fs = require('fs');

// readFileSync function must use __dirname get current directory
// require use ./ refer to current directory.

const options = {
   key: fs.readFileSync(__dirname + '/private.key', 'utf8'),
  cert: fs.readFileSync(__dirname + '/public.cert', 'utf8')
};


 // Create HTTPs server.

 var server = https.createServer(options, app);

How do I show a message in the foreach loop?

You are looking to see if a single value is in an array. Use in_array.

However note that case is important, as are any leading or trailing spaces. Use var_dump to find out the length of the strings too, and see if they fit.

How to dynamically update labels captions in VBA form?

Use Controls object

For i = 1 To X
    Controls("Label" & i).Caption =  MySheet.Cells(i + 1, i).Value
Next

A terminal command for a rooted Android to remount /System as read/write

This is what works on my first generation Droid X with Android version 2.3.4. I suspect that this will be universal. Steps:

  1. root system and install su.

  2. Install busybox

  3. Install a terminal program.

  4. to mount system rw first su then

    busybox mount -o rw,remount system
    
  5. To remount ro

    busybox mount -o ro,remount system
    

Note that there are no slashes on "system".

How to debug Angular JavaScript Code

there is also $log that you can use! it makes use of your console in a way that you want it to work!

showing the error/warning/info the way your console shows you normally!

use this > Document

How can I change the app display name build with Flutter?

By default, when a flutter app gets installed, the app name on the launcher is your Flutter project name. To change that to your desired application name on Android or iOS both, you need to change AndroidManifest.xml and Info.plist respectively. here is a two way to achieve this

1 By plugin

You can use a flutter rename plugin. It helps you to change your flutter project's AppName and BundleId for different platforms, currently only available for iOS, Android and macOS

You can change the bundleId and appName in the following steps

Default Usage if you dont pass -t or --target parameter it will try to rename all available platform project folders inside flutter project.

Run this command inside your flutter project root.

pub global run rename --bundleId com.onatcipli.networkUpp
pub global run rename --appname "Test App Name"

Custom Usage if you want to run commands directly (without using pub global run) ensure you add system catche bin directory to your path

rename --appname yourappname -t ios

or

pub global run rename --appname yourappname --target macOS

To target a specific platform use the "--target" option. e.g.

pub global run rename --bundleId com.example.android.app --target android

2 By manual

For Android

App Name is reflected under Android>src>main>Androidmanifest.xml The label name in the Android manifest is responsible for giving the App Name for Android Application

Go to AndroidManifest.xml, find <application> tag. Change its android:label property with your desired app name.

Navigate to the : android/app/src/main/AndroidManifest.xml

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The Androidmanifest.xml can now be modified. Choose the

<application
  android:name="io.flutter.app.FlutterApplication"
  android:label="YourAppName"
  android:icon="@mipmap/ic_launcher">

For Package Name

<manifest xmlns:android="http://schemas.android.com/apk/res/android"
    package="your.package.name">

This portion represents the actual Android file naming system. Important information like Launcher Icon and App name can be controlled here. Modify the android:label to change the App Name only.

For iOS

For iOS, open info.plist. Change CFBundleName (Bundle Name).

Go to the Xcode project folder and open Info.plist for edit (in Xcode you can choose Open As > Source Code in the file context menu). All we need is to edit the value for key CFBundleName. It’s a user-visible short name for the bundle.

Navigate to the: project/ios/Runner/Info.plist

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Find the CFBundleName <key>. This denotes the Key that holds the app name. The app name now can be changed by modifying the <String> </String> below that.

<key>CFBundleName</key>
<string>YouAppName</string>

That’s it. By having these changes, That’s achieved, an updated application name in the launcher when an app gets installed on a device. your new app name will be displayed on your phone now.

How to start new line with space for next line in Html.fromHtml for text view in android

use <br/> tag

Example:

<string name="copyright"><b>@</b> 2014 <br/>
Corporation.<br/>
<i>All rights reserved.</i></string>

"Error: Main method not found in class MyClass, please define the main method as..."

Generally, it means the program you are trying to run does not have a "main" method. If you are going to execute a Java program, the class being executed must have a main method:

For example, in the file Foo.java

public class Foo {
    public static void main(final String args[]) {
        System.out.println("hello");
    }
}

This program should compile and run no problem - if main was called something else, or was not static, it would generate the error you experienced.

Every executable program, regardless of language, needs an entry point, to tell the interpreter, operating system or machine where to start execution. In Java's case, this is the static method main, which is passed the parameter args[] containing the command line arguments. This method is equivalent to int main(int argc, char** argv) in C language.

How to pass Multiple Parameters from ajax call to MVC Controller

In addition to posts by @xdumain, I prefer creating data object before ajax call so you can debug it.

var dataObject = JSON.stringify({
                    'input': $('#myInput').val(),
                    'name': $('#myName').val(),
                });

Now use it in ajax call

$.ajax({
          url: "/Home/SaveChart",
          type: 'POST',
          async: false,
          dataType: 'json',
          contentType: 'application/json',
          data: dataObject,
          success: function (data) { },
          error: function (xhr) { }            )};

How to set default value for HTML select?

Note: this is JQuery. See Sébastien answer for Javascript

$(function() {
    var temp="a"; 
    $("#MySelect").val(temp);
});

<select name="MySelect" id="MySelect">
    <option value="a">a</option>
    <option value="b">b</option>
    <option value="c">c</option>
</select>

What is the difference between 'classic' and 'integrated' pipeline mode in IIS7?

Integrated application pool mode

When an application pool is in Integrated mode, you can take advantage of the integrated request-processing architecture of IIS and ASP.NET. When a worker process in an application pool receives a request, the request passes through an ordered list of events. Each event calls the necessary native and managed modules to process portions of the request and to generate the response.

There are several benefits to running application pools in Integrated mode. First the request-processing models of IIS and ASP.NET are integrated into a unified process model. This model eliminates steps that were previously duplicated in IIS and ASP.NET, such as authentication. Additionally, Integrated mode enables the availability of managed features to all content types.

Classic application pool mode

When an application pool is in Classic mode, IIS 7.0 handles requests as in IIS 6.0 worker process isolation mode. ASP.NET requests first go through native processing steps in IIS and are then routed to Aspnet_isapi.dll for processing of managed code in the managed runtime. Finally, the request is routed back through IIS to send the response.

This separation of the IIS and ASP.NET request-processing models results in duplication of some processing steps, such as authentication and authorization. Additionally, managed code features, such as forms authentication, are only available to ASP.NET applications or applications for which you have script mapped all requests to be handled by aspnet_isapi.dll.

Be sure to test your existing applications for compatibility in Integrated mode before upgrading a production environment to IIS 7.0 and assigning applications to application pools in Integrated mode. You should only add an application to an application pool in Classic mode if the application fails to work in Integrated mode. For example, your application might rely on an authentication token passed from IIS to the managed runtime, and, due to the new architecture in IIS 7.0, the process breaks your application.

Taken from: What is the difference between DefaultAppPool and Classic .NET AppPool in IIS7?

Original source: Introduction to IIS Architecture

How to save .xlsx data to file as a blob

Here's my implementation using the fetch api. The server endpoint sends a stream of bytes and the client receives a byte array and creates a blob out of it. A .xlsx file will then be generated.

return fetch(fullUrlEndpoint, options)
  .then((res) => {
    if (!res.ok) {
      const responseStatusText = res.statusText
      const errorMessage = `${responseStatusText}`
      throw new Error(errorMessage);
    }
    return res.arrayBuffer();
  })
    .then((ab) => {
      // BE endpoint sends a readable stream of bytes
      const byteArray = new Uint8Array(ab);
      const a = window.document.createElement('a');
      a.href = window.URL.createObjectURL(
        new Blob([byteArray], {
          type:
            'application/vnd.openxmlformats-officedocument.spreadsheetml.sheet',
        }),
      );
      a.download = `${fileName}.XLSX`;
      document.body.appendChild(a);
      a.click();
      document.body.removeChild(a);
    })
    .catch(error => {
      throw new Error('Error occurred:' + error);
    });

How do Python functions handle the types of the parameters that you pass in?

Python is not strongly typed in the sense of static or compile-time type checking.

Most Python code falls under so-called "Duck Typing" -- for example, you look for a method read on an object -- you don't care if the object is a file on disk or a socket, you just want to read N bytes from it.

bower automatically update bower.json

from bower help, save option has a capital S

-S, --save  Save installed packages into the project's bower.json dependencies

if, elif, else statement issues in Bash

You have some syntax issues with your script. Here is a fixed version:

#!/bin/bash

if [ "$seconds" -eq 0 ]; then
   timezone_string="Z"
elif [ "$seconds" -gt 0 ]; then
   timezone_string=$(printf "%02d:%02d" $((seconds/3600)) $(((seconds / 60) % 60)))
else
   echo "Unknown parameter"
fi

How to connect from windows command prompt to mysql command line

Please perform the following steps

  1. First, open your command prompt with Administrator.
  2. Go to MySQL installed directory and copy path and past on command prompt like:- C:\Program Files\MySQL\MySQL Server 5.7\bin>

  3. C:\Program Files\MySQL\MySQL Server 5.7\bin>mysql -uroot -p [-u for username -p for password]

  4. C:\Program Files\MySQL\MySQL Server 5.7\bin>mysql -uroot -p Enter password: **** [enter your password here]

1 first image

Given an RGB value, how do I create a tint (or shade)?

Some definitions

  • A shade is produced by "darkening" a hue or "adding black"
  • A tint is produced by "ligthening" a hue or "adding white"

Creating a tint or a shade

Depending on your Color Model, there are different methods to create a darker (shaded) or lighter (tinted) color:

  • RGB:

    • To shade:

      newR = currentR * (1 - shade_factor)
      newG = currentG * (1 - shade_factor)
      newB = currentB * (1 - shade_factor)
      
    • To tint:

      newR = currentR + (255 - currentR) * tint_factor
      newG = currentG + (255 - currentG) * tint_factor
      newB = currentB + (255 - currentB) * tint_factor
      
    • More generally, the color resulting in layering a color RGB(currentR,currentG,currentB) with a color RGBA(aR,aG,aB,alpha) is:

      newR = currentR + (aR - currentR) * alpha
      newG = currentG + (aG - currentG) * alpha
      newB = currentB + (aB - currentB) * alpha
      

    where (aR,aG,aB) = black = (0,0,0) for shading, and (aR,aG,aB) = white = (255,255,255) for tinting

  • HSV or HSB:

    • To shade: lower the Value / Brightness or increase the Saturation
    • To tint: lower the Saturation or increase the Value / Brightness
  • HSL:
    • To shade: lower the Lightness
    • To tint: increase the Lightness

There exists formulas to convert from one color model to another. As per your initial question, if you are in RGB and want to use the HSV model to shade for example, you can just convert to HSV, do the shading and convert back to RGB. Formula to convert are not trivial but can be found on the internet. Depending on your language, it might also be available as a core function :

Comparing the models

  • RGB has the advantage of being really simple to implement, but:
    • you can only shade or tint your color relatively
    • you have no idea if your color is already tinted or shaded
  • HSV or HSB is kind of complex because you need to play with two parameters to get what you want (Saturation & Value / Brightness)
  • HSL is the best from my point of view:
    • supported by CSS3 (for webapp)
    • simple and accurate:
      • 50% means an unaltered Hue
      • >50% means the Hue is lighter (tint)
      • <50% means the Hue is darker (shade)
    • given a color you can determine if it is already tinted or shaded
    • you can tint or shade a color relatively or absolutely (by just replacing the Lightness part)

Python: Adding element to list while iterating

You can use an index and a while loop instead of a for loop if you want the loop to also loop over the elements that is added to the list during the loop:

i = 0
while i < len(myarr):
    a = myarr[i];
    i = i + 1;
    if somecond(a):
        myarr.append(newObj())

XAMPP - Error: MySQL shutdown unexpectedly

Well first thing ,, I know its late so I dont know if anyone will upvote it but oh well its okay,, secondly, uninstalling xampp might not do you any good because the process using the port 3306 (Mysql's default port) will still be running somewhere on your system. might be skype, but might not be skype.

so the best way would be to find out which process is using port 3306, and then terminate the process.

so to find out which process is using port 3306, open command prompt, and type

netstat -n -o -a

you will get a screen like this.

Then look for the address with port number 3306 and find out the PID corresponding to that.

Then simply open a command prompt as administrator and type

taskkill /F /PID 1234

replace 1234 with your respective PID. Then you can try starting mysql and it will work.


And now if you are lazy to do this step all over again when restarting the computer,,,

you can simply use the following batch script to terminate the process automatically and enjoy :)

@echo off
setlocal enableextensions
set "port=3306"
for /f "tokens=1,4,5" %%a in (
    'netstat -aon ^| findstr /r /c:"[TU][CD]P[^[]*\[::\]:%port%"'
) do if "%%a"=="UDP" (taskkill /F /PID %%b) else (taskkill /f /PID %%c)
endlocal
pause

save it as anything.bat and run it everytime you want to use mysql. :)


PHP: get the value of TEXTBOX then pass it to a VARIABLE

In testing2.php use the following code to get the name:

if ( ! empty($_POST['name'])){
    $name = $_POST['name']);
}

When you create the next page, use the value of $name to prefill the form field:

Name: <input type="text" name="name" id="name" value="<?php echo $name; ?>"><br/>

However, before doing that, be sure to use regular expressions to verify that the $name only contains valid characters, such as:

$pattern =  '/^[0-9A-Za-zÁ-Úá-úàÀÜü]+$/';//integers & letters
if (preg_match($pattern, $name) == 1){
    //continue
} else {
    //reload form with error message
}

How to filter Pandas dataframe using 'in' and 'not in' like in SQL

I've been usually doing generic filtering over rows like this:

criterion = lambda row: row['countries'] not in countries
not_in = df[df.apply(criterion, axis=1)]

Python: read all text file lines in loop

You can stop the 2-line separation in the output by using

    with open('t.ini') as f:
       for line in f:
           print line.strip()
           if 'str' in line:
              break

Tuples( or arrays ) as Dictionary keys in C#

Here is the .NET tuple for reference:

[Serializable] 
public class Tuple<T1, T2, T3> : IStructuralEquatable, IStructuralComparable, IComparable, ITuple {

    private readonly T1 m_Item1; 
    private readonly T2 m_Item2;
    private readonly T3 m_Item3; 

    public T1 Item1 { get { return m_Item1; } }
    public T2 Item2 { get { return m_Item2; } }
    public T3 Item3 { get { return m_Item3; } } 

    public Tuple(T1 item1, T2 item2, T3 item3) { 
        m_Item1 = item1; 
        m_Item2 = item2;
        m_Item3 = item3; 
    }

    public override Boolean Equals(Object obj) {
        return ((IStructuralEquatable) this).Equals(obj, EqualityComparer<Object>.Default);; 
    }

    Boolean IStructuralEquatable.Equals(Object other, IEqualityComparer comparer) { 
        if (other == null) return false;

        Tuple<T1, T2, T3> objTuple = other as Tuple<T1, T2, T3>;

        if (objTuple == null) {
            return false; 
        }

        return comparer.Equals(m_Item1, objTuple.m_Item1) && comparer.Equals(m_Item2, objTuple.m_Item2) && comparer.Equals(m_Item3, objTuple.m_Item3); 
    }

    Int32 IComparable.CompareTo(Object obj) {
        return ((IStructuralComparable) this).CompareTo(obj, Comparer<Object>.Default);
    }

    Int32 IStructuralComparable.CompareTo(Object other, IComparer comparer) {
        if (other == null) return 1; 

        Tuple<T1, T2, T3> objTuple = other as Tuple<T1, T2, T3>;

        if (objTuple == null) {
            throw new ArgumentException(Environment.GetResourceString("ArgumentException_TupleIncorrectType", this.GetType().ToString()), "other");
        }

        int c = 0;

        c = comparer.Compare(m_Item1, objTuple.m_Item1); 

        if (c != 0) return c; 

        c = comparer.Compare(m_Item2, objTuple.m_Item2);

        if (c != 0) return c; 

        return comparer.Compare(m_Item3, objTuple.m_Item3); 
    } 

    public override int GetHashCode() { 
        return ((IStructuralEquatable) this).GetHashCode(EqualityComparer<Object>.Default);
    }

    Int32 IStructuralEquatable.GetHashCode(IEqualityComparer comparer) { 
        return Tuple.CombineHashCodes(comparer.GetHashCode(m_Item1), comparer.GetHashCode(m_Item2), comparer.GetHashCode(m_Item3));
    } 

    Int32 ITuple.GetHashCode(IEqualityComparer comparer) {
        return ((IStructuralEquatable) this).GetHashCode(comparer); 
    }
    public override string ToString() {
        StringBuilder sb = new StringBuilder();
        sb.Append("("); 
        return ((ITuple)this).ToString(sb);
    } 

    string ITuple.ToString(StringBuilder sb) {
        sb.Append(m_Item1); 
        sb.Append(", ");
        sb.Append(m_Item2);
        sb.Append(", ");
        sb.Append(m_Item3); 
        sb.Append(")");
        return sb.ToString(); 
    } 

    int ITuple.Size { 
        get {
            return 3;
        }
    } 
}

Tomcat 8 Maven Plugin for Java 8

Yes you can,

In your pom.xml, add the tomcat plugin. (You can use this for both Tomcat 7 and 8):

pom.xml

<!-- Tomcat plugin -->  
<plugin>  
 <groupId>org.apache.tomcat.maven</groupId>  
 <artifactId>tomcat7-maven-plugin</artifactId>  
 <version>2.2</version>  
 <configuration>  
  <url>http:// localhost:8080/manager/text</url>  
  <server>TomcatServer</server>    *(From maven > settings.xml)*
  <username>*yourtomcatusername*</username>  
  <password>*yourtomcatpassword*</password>   
 </configuration>   
</plugin>   

tomcat-users.xml

<tomcat-users>
    <role rolename="manager-gui"/>  
        <role rolename="manager-script"/>   
        <user username="admin" password="password" roles="manager-gui,manager-script" />  
</tomcat-users>

settings.xml (maven > conf)

<servers>  
    <server>
       <id>TomcatServer</id>
       <username>admin</username>
       <password>password</password>
    </server>
</servers>  

* deploy/re-deploy

mvn tomcat7:deploy OR mvn tomcat7:redeploy

Tried this on (Both Ubuntu and Windows 8/10):
* Jdk 7 & Tomcat 7
* Jdk 7 & Tomcat 8
* Jdk 8 & Tomcat 7
* Jdk 8 & Tomcat 8
* Jdk 8 & Tomcat 9

Tested on Both Jdk 7/8 & Tomcat 7/8. (Works with Tomcat 8.5 and 9)

Note:
Tomcat manager should be running or properly setup, before you can use it with maven.

Good Luck!

Initialising an array of fixed size in python

You can use:

>>> lst = [None] * 5
>>> lst
[None, None, None, None, None]

Generate a UUID on iOS from Swift

Try this one:

let uuid = NSUUID().uuidString
print(uuid)

Swift 3/4/5

let uuid = UUID().uuidString
print(uuid)

How to specify non-default shared-library path in GCC Linux? Getting "error while loading shared libraries" when running

Should it be LIBRARY_PATH instead of LD_LIBRARY_PATH. gcc checks for LIBRARY_PATH which can be seen with -v option

NoSQL Use Case Scenarios or WHEN to use NoSQL

It really is an "it depends" kinda question. Some general points:

  • NoSQL is typically good for unstructured/"schemaless" data - usually, you don't need to explicitly define your schema up front and can just include new fields without any ceremony
  • NoSQL typically favours a denormalised schema due to no support for JOINs per the RDBMS world. So you would usually have a flattened, denormalized representation of your data.
  • Using NoSQL doesn't mean you could lose data. Different DBs have different strategies. e.g. MongoDB - you can essentially choose what level to trade off performance vs potential for data loss - best performance = greater scope for data loss.
  • It's often very easy to scale out NoSQL solutions. Adding more nodes to replicate data to is one way to a) offer more scalability and b) offer more protection against data loss if one node goes down. But again, depends on the NoSQL DB/configuration. NoSQL does not necessarily mean "data loss" like you infer.
  • IMHO, complex/dynamic queries/reporting are best served from an RDBMS. Often the query functionality for a NoSQL DB is limited.
  • It doesn't have to be a 1 or the other choice. My experience has been using RDBMS in conjunction with NoSQL for certain use cases.
  • NoSQL DBs often lack the ability to perform atomic operations across multiple "tables".

You really need to look at and understand what the various types of NoSQL stores are, and how they go about providing scalability/data security etc. It's difficult to give an across-the-board answer as they really are all different and tackle things differently.

For MongoDb as an example, check out their Use Cases to see what they suggest as being "well suited" and "less well suited" uses of MongoDb.

When should I use the new keyword in C++?

Which method should I use?

This is almost never determined by your typing preferences but by the context. If you need to keep the object across a few stacks or if it's too heavy for the stack you allocate it on the free store. Also, since you are allocating an object, you are also responsible for releasing the memory. Lookup the delete operator.

To ease the burden of using free-store management people have invented stuff like auto_ptr and unique_ptr. I strongly recommend you take a look at these. They might even be of help to your typing issues ;-)

Where is `%p` useful with printf?

They do not do the same thing. The latter printf statement interprets b as an unsigned int, which is wrong, as b is a pointer.

Pointers and unsigned ints are not always the same size, so these are not interchangeable. When they aren't the same size (an increasingly common case, as 64-bit CPUs and operating systems become more common), %x will only print half of the address. On a Mac (and probably some other systems), that will ruin the address; the output will be wrong.

Always use %p for pointers.

swift 3.0 Data to String?

I found the way to do it. You need to convert Data to NSData:

let characterSet = CharacterSet(charactersIn: "<>")
let nsdataStr = NSData.init(data: deviceToken)
let deviceStr = nsdataStr.description.trimmingCharacters(in: characterSet).replacingOccurrences(of: " ", with: "")
print(deviceStr)

Response.Redirect with POST instead of Get?

Typically, all you'll ever need is to carry some state between these two requests. There's actually a really funky way to do this which doesn't rely on JavaScript (think <noscript/>).

Set-Cookie: name=value; Max-Age=120; Path=/redirect.html

With that cookie there, you can in the following request to /redirect.html retrieve the name=value info, you can store any kind of information in this name/value pair string, up to say 4K of data (typical cookie limit). Of course you should avoid this and store status codes and flag bits instead.

Upon receiving this request you in return respond with a delete request for that status code.

Set-Cookie: name=value; Max-Age=0; Path=/redirect.html

My HTTP is a bit rusty I've been going trough RFC2109 and RFC2965 to figure how reliable this really is, preferably I would want the cookie to round trip exactly once but that doesn't seem to be possible, also, third-party cookies might be a problem for you if you are relocating to another domain. This is still possible but not as painless as when you're doing stuff within your own domain.

The problem here is concurrency, if a power user is using multiple tabs and manages to interleave a couple of requests belonging to the same session (this is very unlikely, but not impossible) this may lead to inconsistencies in your application.

It's the <noscript/> way of doing HTTP round trips without meaningless URLs and JavaScript

I provide this code as a prof of concept: If this code is run in a context that you are not familiar with I think you can work out what part is what.

The idea is that you call Relocate with some state when you redirect, and the URL which you relocated calls GetState to get the data (if any).

const string StateCookieName = "state";

static int StateCookieID;

protected void Relocate(string url, object state)
{
    var key = "__" + StateCookieName + Interlocked
        .Add(ref StateCookieID, 1).ToInvariantString();

    var absoluteExpiration = DateTime.Now
        .Add(new TimeSpan(120 * TimeSpan.TicksPerSecond));

    Context.Cache.Insert(key, state, null, absoluteExpiration,
        Cache.NoSlidingExpiration);

    var path = Context.Response.ApplyAppPathModifier(url);

    Context.Response.Cookies
        .Add(new HttpCookie(StateCookieName, key)
        {
            Path = path,
            Expires = absoluteExpiration
        });

    Context.Response.Redirect(path, false);
}

protected TData GetState<TData>()
    where TData : class
{
    var cookie = Context.Request.Cookies[StateCookieName];
    if (cookie != null)
    {
        var key = cookie.Value;
        if (key.IsNonEmpty())
        {
            var obj = Context.Cache.Remove(key);

            Context.Response.Cookies
                .Add(new HttpCookie(StateCookieName)
                { 
                    Path = cookie.Path, 
                    Expires = new DateTime(1970, 1, 1) 
                });

            return obj as TData;
        }
    }
    return null;
}

Create html documentation for C# code

This page might interest you: http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/magazine/dd722812.aspx

You can generate the XML documentation file using either the command-line compiler or through the Visual Studio interface. If you are compiling with the command-line compiler, use options /doc or /doc+. That will generate an XML file by the same name and in the same path as the assembly. To specify a different file name, use /doc:file.

If you are using the Visual Studio interface, there's a setting that controls whether the XML documentation file is generated. To set it, double-click My Project in Solution Explorer to open the Project Designer. Navigate to the Compile tab. Find "Generate XML documentation file" at the bottom of the window, and make sure it is checked. By default this setting is on. It generates an XML file using the same name and path as the assembly.

Change font size of UISegmentedControl

this is for objective c add your segmented control name in place of mysegmentedcontrol

UIFont *font = [UIFont systemFontOfSize:11.0f];

NSDictionary *attributes = [NSDictionary dictionaryWithObject:font
                                                            forKey:UITextAttributeFont];

[mySegmentedcontrol setTitleTextAttributes:attributes                                    forState:UIControlStateNormal];

hope it helps

How do I handle Database Connections with Dapper in .NET?

I do it like this:

internal class Repository : IRepository {

    private readonly Func<IDbConnection> _connectionFactory;

    public Repository(Func<IDbConnection> connectionFactory) 
    {
        _connectionFactory = connectionFactory;
    }

    public IWidget Get(string key) {
        using(var conn = _connectionFactory()) 
        {
            return conn.Query<Widget>(
               "select * from widgets with(nolock) where widgetkey=@WidgetKey", new { WidgetKey=key });
        }
    }
}

Then, wherever I wire-up my dependencies (ex: Global.asax.cs or Startup.cs), I do something like:

var connectionFactory = new Func<IDbConnection>(() => {
    var conn = new SqlConnection(
        ConfigurationManager.ConnectionStrings["connectionString-name"];
    conn.Open();
    return conn;
});

Set element focus in angular way

You can try

angular.element('#<elementId>').focus();

for eg.

angular.element('#txtUserId').focus();

its working for me.

How to "z-index" to make a menu always on top of the content

Ok, Im assuming you want to put the .left inside the container so I suggest you edit your html. The key is the position:absolute and right:0

#right { 
    background-color: red;
    height: 300px;
    width: 300px;
    z-index: 999999;
    margin-top: 0px;
    position: absolute;
    right:0;
}

here is the full code: http://jsfiddle.net/T9FJL/

How can I use jQuery in Greasemonkey?

@require is NOT only processed when the script is first installed! On my observations it is proccessed on the first execution time! So you can install a script via Greasemonkey's command for creating a brand-new script. The only thing you have to take care about is, that there is no page reload triggered, befor you add the @requirepart. (and save the new script...)

Background position, margin-top?

If you mean you want the background image itself to be offset by 50 pixels from the top, like a background margin, then just switch out the top for 50px and you're set.

#thedivstatus {
    background-image: url("imagestatus.gif");
    background-position: right 50px;
    background-repeat: no-repeat;
}

Build Eclipse Java Project from Command Line

To complete André's answer, an ant solution could be like the one described in Emacs, JDEE, Ant, and the Eclipse Java Compiler, as in:

      <javac
          srcdir="${src}"
          destdir="${build.dir}/classes"> 
        <compilerarg 
           compiler="org.eclipse.jdt.core.JDTCompilerAdapter" 
           line="-warn:+unused -Xemacs"/>
        <classpath refid="compile.classpath" />
      </javac>

The compilerarg element also allows you to pass in additional command line args to the eclipse compiler.

You can find a full ant script example here which would be invoked in a command line with:

java -cp C:/eclipse-SDK-3.4-win32/eclipse/plugins/org.eclipse.equinox.launcher_1.0.100.v20080509-1800.jar org.eclipse.core.launcher.Main -data "C:\Documents and Settings\Administrator\workspace" -application org.eclipse.ant.core.antRunner -buildfile build.xml -verbose

BUT all that involves ant, which is not what Keith is after.

For a batch compilation, please refer to Compiling Java code, especially the section "Using the batch compiler"

The batch compiler class is located in the JDT Core plug-in. The name of the class is org.eclipse.jdt.compiler.batch.BatchCompiler. It is packaged into plugins/org.eclipse.jdt.core_3.4.0..jar. Since 3.2, it is also available as a separate download. The name of the file is ecj.jar.
Since 3.3, this jar also contains the support for jsr199 (Compiler API) and the support for jsr269 (Annotation processing). In order to use the annotations processing support, a 1.6 VM is required.

Running the batch compiler From the command line would give

java -jar org.eclipse.jdt.core_3.4.0<qualifier>.jar -classpath rt.jar A.java

or:

java -jar ecj.jar -classpath rt.jar A.java

All java compilation options are detailed in that section as well.

The difference with the Visual Studio command line compilation feature is that Eclipse does not seem to directly read its .project and .classpath in a command-line argument. You have to report all information contained in the .project and .classpath in various command-line options in order to achieve the very same compilation result.

So, then short answer is: "yes, Eclipse kind of does." ;)

What is the difference between properties and attributes in HTML?

well these are specified by the w3c what is an attribute and what is a property http://www.w3.org/TR/SVGTiny12/attributeTable.html

but currently attr and prop are not so different and there are almost the same

but they prefer prop for some things

Summary of Preferred Usage

The .prop() method should be used for boolean attributes/properties and for properties which do not exist in html (such as window.location). All other attributes (ones you can see in the html) can and should continue to be manipulated with the .attr() method.

well actually you dont have to change something if you use attr or prop or both, both work but i saw in my own application that prop worked where atrr didnt so i took in my 1.6 app prop =)

How to filter for multiple criteria in Excel?

You can pass an array as the first AutoFilter argument and use the xlFilterValues operator.

This will display PDF, DOC and DOCX filetypes.

Criteria1:=Array(".pdf", ".doc", ".docx"), Operator:=xlFilterValues

WCF error: The caller was not authenticated by the service

If you're using a self hosted site like me, the way to avoid this problem (as described above) is to stipulate on both the host and client side that the wsHttpBinding security mode = NONE.

When creating the binding, both on the client and the host, you can use this code:

 Dim binding as System.ServiceModel.WSHttpBinding 
 binding= New System.ServiceModel.WSHttpBinding(System.ServiceModel.SecurityMode.None)

or

 System.ServiceModel.WSHttpBinding binding
 binding = new System.ServiceModel.WSHttpBinding(System.ServiceModel.SecurityMode.None);

List of All Folders and Sub-folders

You can use find

find . -type d > output.txt

or tree

tree -d > output.txt

tree, If not installed on your system.

If you are using ubuntu

sudo apt-get install tree

If you are using mac os.

brew install tree

Find files in a folder using Java

You give the name of your file, the path of the directory to search, and let it make the job.

private static String getPath(String drl, String whereIAm) {
    File dir = new File(whereIAm); //StaticMethods.currentPath() + "\\src\\main\\resources\\" + 
    for(File e : dir.listFiles()) {
        if(e.isFile() && e.getName().equals(drl)) {return e.getPath();}
        if(e.isDirectory()) {
            String idiot = getPath(drl, e.getPath());
            if(idiot != null) {return idiot;}
        }
    }
    return null;
}

How do I get the XML SOAP request of an WCF Web service request?

I think you meant that you want to see the XML at the client, not trace it at the server. In that case, your answer is in the question I linked above, and also at How to Inspect or Modify Messages on the Client. But, since the .NET 4 version of that article is missing its C#, and the .NET 3.5 example has some confusion (if not a bug) in it, here it is expanded for your purpose.

You can intercept the message before it goes out using an IClientMessageInspector:

using System.ServiceModel.Dispatcher;
public class MyMessageInspector : IClientMessageInspector
{ }

The methods in that interface, BeforeSendRequest and AfterReceiveReply, give you access to the request and reply. To use the inspector, you need to add it to an IEndpointBehavior:

using System.ServiceModel.Description;
public class InspectorBehavior : IEndpointBehavior
{
    public void ApplyClientBehavior(ServiceEndpoint endpoint, ClientRuntime clientRuntime)
    {
        clientRuntime.MessageInspectors.Add(new MyMessageInspector());
    }
}

You can leave the other methods of that interface as empty implementations, unless you want to use their functionality, too. Read the how-to for more details.

After you instantiate the client, add the behavior to the endpoint. Using default names from the sample WCF project:

ServiceReference1.Service1Client client = new ServiceReference1.Service1Client();
client.Endpoint.Behaviors.Add(new InspectorBehavior());
client.GetData(123);

Set a breakpoint in MyMessageInspector.BeforeSendRequest(); request.ToString() is overloaded to show the XML.

If you are going to manipulate the messages at all, you have to work on a copy of the message. See Using the Message Class for details.

Thanks to Zach Bonham's answer at another question for finding these links.

ES6 class variable alternatives

This is a bit hackish combo of static and get works for me

class ConstantThingy{
        static get NO_REENTER__INIT() {
            if(ConstantThingy._NO_REENTER__INIT== null){
                ConstantThingy._NO_REENTER__INIT = new ConstantThingy(false,true);
            }
            return ConstantThingy._NO_REENTER__INIT;
        }
}

elsewhere used

var conf = ConstantThingy.NO_REENTER__INIT;
if(conf.init)...

Function for 'does matrix contain value X?'

If you need to check whether the elements of one vector are in another, the best solution is ismember as mentioned in the other answers.

ismember([15 17],primes(20))

However when you are dealing with floating point numbers, or just want to have close matches (+- 1000 is also possible), the best solution I found is the fairly efficient File Exchange Submission: ismemberf

It gives a very practical example:

[tf, loc]=ismember(0.3, 0:0.1:1) % returns false 
[tf, loc]=ismemberf(0.3, 0:0.1:1) % returns true

Though the default tolerance should normally be sufficient, it gives you more flexibility

ismemberf(9.99, 0:10:100) % returns false
ismemberf(9.99, 0:10:100,'tol',0.05) % returns true

Argparse: Required arguments listed under "optional arguments"?

One more time, building off of @RalphyZ

This one doesn't break the exposed API.

from argparse import ArgumentParser, SUPPRESS
# Disable default help
parser = ArgumentParser(add_help=False)
required = parser.add_argument_group('required arguments')
optional = parser.add_argument_group('optional arguments')

# Add back help 
optional.add_argument(
    '-h',
    '--help',
    action='help',
    default=SUPPRESS,
    help='show this help message and exit'
)
required.add_argument('--required_arg', required=True)
optional.add_argument('--optional_arg')

Which will show the same as above and should survive future versions:

usage: main.py [-h] [--required_arg REQUIRED_ARG]
           [--optional_arg OPTIONAL_ARG]

required arguments:
  --required_arg REQUIRED_ARG

optional arguments:
  -h, --help                    show this help message and exit
  --optional_arg OPTIONAL_ARG

Drawing a simple line graph in Java

Override the paintComponent method of your panel so you can custom draw. Like this:

@Override
public void paintComponent(Graphics g) {
    Graphics2D gr = (Graphics2D) g; //this is if you want to use Graphics2D
    //now do the drawing here
    ...
}

Get the number of rows in a HTML table

In the DOM, a tr element is (implicitly or explicitly) a child of tbody, thead, or tfoot, not a child of table (hence the 0 you got). So a general answer is:

var count = $('#gvPerformanceResult > * > tr').length;

This includes the rows of the table but excludes rows of any inner table.

'nuget' is not recognized but other nuget commands working

Nuget.exe is placed at .nuget folder of your project. It can't be executed directly in Package Manager Console, but is executed by Powershell commands because these commands build custom path for themselves.

My steps to solve are:


Update

NuGet can be easily installed in your project using the following command:

Install-Package NuGet.CommandLine

Formatting a float to 2 decimal places

String.Format("{0:#,###.##}", value)

A more complex example from String Formatting in C#:

String.Format("{0:$#,##0.00;($#,##0.00);Zero}", value);

This will output “$1,240.00" if passed 1243.50. It will output the same format but in parentheses if the number is negative, and will output the string “Zero” if the number is zero.

Shell - Write variable contents to a file

None of the answers above work if your variable:

  • starts with -e
  • starts with -n
  • starts with -E
  • contains a \ followed by an n
  • should not have an extra newline appended after it

and so they cannot be relied upon for arbitrary string contents.

In bash, you can use "here strings" as:

cat <<< "$var" > "$destdir"

As noted in the comment below, @Trebawa's answer (formulated in the same room as mine!) using printf is a better approach.

How to add an UIViewController's view as subview

Use:

[self.view addSubview:obj.view];

What's the idiomatic syntax for prepending to a short python list?

In my opinion, the most elegant and idiomatic way of prepending an element or list to another list, in Python, is using the expansion operator * (also called unpacking operator),

# Initial list
l = [4, 5, 6]

# Modification
l = [1, 2, 3, *l]

Where the resulting list after the modification is [1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6]

I also like simply combining two lists with the operator +, as shown,

# Prepends [1, 2, 3] to l
l = [1, 2, 3] + l

# Prepends element 42 to l
l = [42] + l

I don't like the other common approach, l.insert(0, value), as it requires a magic number. Moreover, insert() only allows prepending a single element, however the approach above has the same syntax for prepending a single element or multiple elements.

how to hide a vertical scroll bar when not needed

overflow: auto; or overflow: hidden; should do it I think.

Mockito: Trying to spy on method is calling the original method

My case was different from the accepted answer. I was trying to mock a package-private method for an instance that did not live in that package

package common;

public class Animal {
  void packageProtected();
}

package instances;

class Dog extends Animal { }

and the test classes

package common;

public abstract class AnimalTest<T extends Animal> {
  @Before
  setup(){
    doNothing().when(getInstance()).packageProtected();
  }

  abstract T getInstance();
}

package instances;

class DogTest extends AnimalTest<Dog> {
  Dog getInstance(){
    return spy(new Dog());
  }

  @Test
  public void myTest(){}
}

The compilation is correct, but when it tries to setup the test, it invokes the real method instead.

Declaring the method protected or public fixes the issue, tho it's not a clean solution.

How to $http Synchronous call with AngularJS

var EmployeeController = ["$scope", "EmployeeService",
        function ($scope, EmployeeService) {
            $scope.Employee = {};
            $scope.Save = function (Employee) {                
                if ($scope.EmployeeForm.$valid) {
                    EmployeeService
                        .Save(Employee)
                        .then(function (response) {
                            if (response.HasError) {
                                $scope.HasError = response.HasError;
                                $scope.ErrorMessage = response.ResponseMessage;
                            } else {

                            }
                        })
                        .catch(function (response) {

                        });
                }
            }
        }]


var EmployeeService = ["$http", "$q",
            function ($http, $q) {
                var self = this;

                self.Save = function (employee) {
                    var deferred = $q.defer();                
                    $http
                        .post("/api/EmployeeApi/Create", angular.toJson(employee))
                        .success(function (response, status, headers, config) {
                            deferred.resolve(response, status, headers, config);
                        })
                        .error(function (response, status, headers, config) {
                            deferred.reject(response, status, headers, config);
                        });

                    return deferred.promise;
                };

How to change the Push and Pop animations in a navigation based app

Since this is the top result on Google I thought I'd share what I think is the most sane way; which is to use the iOS 7+ transitioning API. I implemented this for iOS 10 with Swift 3.

It's pretty simple to combine this with how UINavigationController animates between two view controllers if you create a subclass of UINavigationController and return an instance of a class that conforms to the UIViewControllerAnimatedTransitioning protocol.

For example here is my UINavigationController subclass:

class NavigationController: UINavigationController {
    init() {
        super.init(nibName: nil, bundle: nil)

        delegate = self
    }

    required init?(coder aDecoder: NSCoder) {
        fatalError("init(coder:) has not been implemented")
    }
}

extension NavigationController: UINavigationControllerDelegate {

    public func navigationController(_ navigationController: UINavigationController, animationControllerFor operation: UINavigationControllerOperation, from fromVC: UIViewController, to toVC: UIViewController) -> UIViewControllerAnimatedTransitioning? {
        return NavigationControllerAnimation(operation: operation)
    }

}

You can see that I set the UINavigationControllerDelegate to itself, and in an extension on my subclass I implement the method in UINavigationControllerDelegate that allows you to return a custom animation controller (i.e., NavigationControllerAnimation). This custom animation controller will replace the stock animation for you.

You're probably wondering why I pass in the operation to the NavigationControllerAnimation instance via its initializer. I do this so that in NavigationControllerAnimation's implementation of the UIViewControllerAnimatedTransitioning protocol I know what the operation is (i.e., 'push' or 'pop'). This helps to know what kind of animation I should do. Most of the time, you want to perform a different animation depending on the operation.

The rest is pretty standard. Implement the two required functions in the UIViewControllerAnimatedTransitioning protocol and animate however you like:

class NavigationControllerAnimation: NSObject, UIViewControllerAnimatedTransitioning {

    let operation: UINavigationControllerOperation

    init(operation: UINavigationControllerOperation) {
        self.operation = operation

        super.init()
    }

    func transitionDuration(using transitionContext: UIViewControllerContextTransitioning?) -> TimeInterval {
        return 0.3
    }

    public func animateTransition(using transitionContext: UIViewControllerContextTransitioning) {
        guard let fromViewController = transitionContext.viewController(forKey: UITransitionContextViewControllerKey.from),
            let toViewController = transitionContext.viewController(forKey: UITransitionContextViewControllerKey.to) else { return }
        let containerView = transitionContext.containerView

        if operation == .push {
            // do your animation for push
        } else if operation == .pop {
            // do your animation for pop
        }
    }
}

It's important to remember, that for each different type of operation (i.e., 'push' or 'pop), the to and from view controllers will be different. When you are in a push operation, the to view controller will be the one being pushed. When you are in a pop operation, the to view controller will be the one that is being transitioned to, and the from view controller will be the one that's being popped.

Also, the to view controller must be added as a subview of the containerView in the transition context.

When your animation completes, you must call transitionContext.completeTransition(true). If you are doing an interactive transition, you will have to dynamically return a Bool to completeTransition(didComplete: Bool), depending on if the transition is complete at the end of the animation.

Finally (optional reading), you might want to see how I did the transition I was working on. This code is a bit more hacky and I wrote it pretty quickly so I wouldn't say it's great animation code but it still shows how to do the animation part.

Mine was a really simple transition; I wanted to mimic the same animation that UINavigationController typically does, but instead of the 'next page over the top' animation it does, I wanted to implement a 1:1 animation of the old view controller away at the same time as the new view controller appears. This has the effect of making the two view controllers seem as though they are pinned to each other.

For the push operation, that requires first setting the toViewController's view origin on the x–axis off screen, adding it as the subview of the containerView, animating it onto screen by setting that origin.x to zero. At the same time, I animate the fromViewController's view away by setting its origin.x off the screen:

toViewController.view.frame = containerView.bounds.offsetBy(dx: containerView.frame.size.width, dy: 0.0)

containerView.addSubview(toViewController.view)

UIView.animate(withDuration: transitionDuration(using: transitionContext),
               delay: 0,
               options: [ UIViewAnimationOptions.curveEaseOut ],
               animations: {
                toViewController.view.frame = containerView.bounds
                fromViewController.view.frame = containerView.bounds.offsetBy(dx: -containerView.frame.size.width, dy: 0)
},
               completion: { (finished) in
                transitionContext.completeTransition(true)
})

The pop operation is basically the inverse. Add the toViewController as a subview of the containerView, and animate away the fromViewController to the right as you animate in the toViewController from the left:

containerView.addSubview(toViewController.view)

UIView.animate(withDuration: transitionDuration(using: transitionContext),
               delay: 0,
               options: [ UIViewAnimationOptions.curveEaseOut ],
               animations: {
                fromViewController.view.frame = containerView.bounds.offsetBy(dx: containerView.frame.width, dy: 0)
                toViewController.view.frame = containerView.bounds
},
               completion: { (finished) in
                transitionContext.completeTransition(true)
})

Here's a gist with the whole swift file:

https://gist.github.com/alanzeino/603293f9da5cd0b7f6b60dc20bc766be

How do I make a simple crawler in PHP?

With some little changes to hobodave's code, here is a codesnippet you can use to crawl pages. This needs the curl extension to be enabled in your server.

<?php
//set_time_limit (0);
function crawl_page($url, $depth = 5){
$seen = array();
if(($depth == 0) or (in_array($url, $seen))){
    return;
}   
$ch = curl_init();
curl_setopt($ch, CURLOPT_URL, $url);
curl_setopt($ch, CURLOPT_TIMEOUT, 30);
curl_setopt($ch, CURLOPT_RETURNTRANSFER,1);
$result = curl_exec ($ch);
curl_close ($ch);
if( $result ){
    $stripped_file = strip_tags($result, "<a>");
    preg_match_all("/<a[\s]+[^>]*?href[\s]?=[\s\"\']+"."(.*?)[\"\']+.*?>"."([^<]+|.*?)?<\/a>/", $stripped_file, $matches, PREG_SET_ORDER ); 
    foreach($matches as $match){
        $href = $match[1];
            if (0 !== strpos($href, 'http')) {
                $path = '/' . ltrim($href, '/');
                if (extension_loaded('http')) {
                    $href = http_build_url($href , array('path' => $path));
                } else {
                    $parts = parse_url($href);
                    $href = $parts['scheme'] . '://';
                    if (isset($parts['user']) && isset($parts['pass'])) {
                        $href .= $parts['user'] . ':' . $parts['pass'] . '@';
                    }
                    $href .= $parts['host'];
                    if (isset($parts['port'])) {
                        $href .= ':' . $parts['port'];
                    }
                    $href .= $path;
                }
            }
            crawl_page($href, $depth - 1);
        }
}   
echo "Crawled {$href}";
}   
crawl_page("http://www.sitename.com/",3);
?>

I have explained this tutorial in this crawler script tutorial

Pycharm and sys.argv arguments

The first parameter is the name of the script you want to run. From the second parameter onwards it is the the parameters that you want to pass from your command line. Below is a test script:

from sys import argv

script, first, second = argv
print "Script is ",script
print "first is ",first
print "second is ",second

And here is how you pass the input parameters : 'Path to your script','First Parameter','Second Parameter'

Lets say that the Path to your script is /home/my_folder/test.py , the output will be like :

Script is /home/my_folder/test.py
first is First Parameter
second is Second Parameter

Hope this helps as it took me sometime to figure out input parameters are comma separated.

NSInternalInconsistencyException', reason: 'Could not load NIB in bundle: 'NSBundle

This error can occur when you rename files outside of XCode. To solve it you can just remove the files from your project (Right Click - Delete and "Remove Reference").

Then after you can re-import the files in your project and everything will be OK.

Java: Instanceof and Generics

I had the same problem and here is my solution (very humble, @george: this time compiling AND working ...).

My probem was inside an abstract class that implements Observer. The Observable fires method update(...) with Object class that can be any kind of Object.

I only want to handler Objects of type T

The solution is to pass the class to the constructor in order to be able to compare types at runtime.

public abstract class AbstractOne<T> implements Observer {

  private Class<T> tClass;
    public AbstractOne(Class<T> clazz) {
    tClass = clazz;
  }

  @Override
  public void update(Observable o, Object arg) {
    if (tClass.isInstance(arg)) {
      // Here I am, arg has the type T
      foo((T) arg);
    }
  }

  public abstract foo(T t);

}

For the implementation we just have to pass the Class to the constructor

public class OneImpl extends AbstractOne<Rule> {
  public OneImpl() {
    super(Rule.class);
  }

  @Override
  public void foo(Rule t){
  }
}

How to remove all characters after a specific character in python?

The method find will return the character position in a string. Then, if you want remove every thing from the character, do this:

mystring = "123?567"
mystring[ 0 : mystring.index("?")]

>> '123'

If you want to keep the character, add 1 to the character position.

Update MongoDB field using value of another field

Regarding this answer, the snapshot function is deprecated in version 3.6, according to this update. So, on version 3.6 and above, it is possible to perform the operation this way:

db.person.find().forEach(
    function (elem) {
        db.person.update(
            {
                _id: elem._id
            },
            {
                $set: {
                    name: elem.firstname + ' ' + elem.lastname
                }
            }
        );
    }
);

Google Maps API v3 marker with label

In order to add a label to the map you need to create a custom overlay. The sample at http://blog.mridey.com/2009/09/label-overlay-example-for-google-maps.html uses a custom class, Layer, that inherits from OverlayView (which inherits from MVCObject) from the Google Maps API. He has a revised version (adds support for visibility, zIndex and a click event) which can be found here: http://blog.mridey.com/2011/05/label-overlay-example-for-google-maps.html

The following code is taken directly from Marc Ridey's Blog (the revised link above).

Layer class

// Define the overlay, derived from google.maps.OverlayView
function Label(opt_options) {
  // Initialization
  this.setValues(opt_options);


  // Label specific
  var span = this.span_ = document.createElement('span');
  span.style.cssText = 'position: relative; left: -50%; top: -8px; ' +
  'white-space: nowrap; border: 1px solid blue; ' +
  'padding: 2px; background-color: white';


  var div = this.div_ = document.createElement('div');
  div.appendChild(span);
  div.style.cssText = 'position: absolute; display: none';
};
Label.prototype = new google.maps.OverlayView;


// Implement onAdd
Label.prototype.onAdd = function() {
  var pane = this.getPanes().overlayImage;
  pane.appendChild(this.div_);


  // Ensures the label is redrawn if the text or position is changed.
  var me = this;
  this.listeners_ = [
    google.maps.event.addListener(this, 'position_changed', function() { me.draw(); }),
    google.maps.event.addListener(this, 'visible_changed', function() { me.draw(); }),
    google.maps.event.addListener(this, 'clickable_changed', function() { me.draw(); }),
    google.maps.event.addListener(this, 'text_changed', function() { me.draw(); }),
    google.maps.event.addListener(this, 'zindex_changed', function() { me.draw(); }),
    google.maps.event.addDomListener(this.div_, 'click', function() {
      if (me.get('clickable')) {
        google.maps.event.trigger(me, 'click');
      }
    })
  ];
};

// Implement onRemove
Label.prototype.onRemove = function() {
 this.div_.parentNode.removeChild(this.div_);

 // Label is removed from the map, stop updating its position/text.
 for (var i = 0, I = this.listeners_.length; i < I; ++i) {
   google.maps.event.removeListener(this.listeners_[i]);
 }
};

// Implement draw
Label.prototype.draw = function() {
 var projection = this.getProjection();
 var position = projection.fromLatLngToDivPixel(this.get('position'));

 var div = this.div_;
 div.style.left = position.x + 'px';
 div.style.top = position.y + 'px';
 div.style.display = 'block';

 this.span_.innerHTML = this.get('text').toString();
};

Usage

<html>
  <head>
    <meta http-equiv="content-type" content="text/html; charset=utf-8">
    <title>
      Label Overlay Example
    </title>
    <script type="text/javascript" src="http://maps.google.com/maps/api/js?sensor=false"></script>
    <script type="text/javascript" src="label.js"></script>
    <script type="text/javascript">
      var marker;


      function initialize() {
        var latLng = new google.maps.LatLng(40, -100);


        var map = new google.maps.Map(document.getElementById('map_canvas'), {
          zoom: 5,
          center: latLng,
          mapTypeId: google.maps.MapTypeId.ROADMAP
        });


        marker = new google.maps.Marker({
          position: latLng,
          draggable: true,
          zIndex: 1,
          map: map,
          optimized: false
        });


        var label = new Label({
          map: map
        });
        label.bindTo('position', marker);
        label.bindTo('text', marker, 'position');
        label.bindTo('visible', marker);
        label.bindTo('clickable', marker);
        label.bindTo('zIndex', marker);


        google.maps.event.addListener(marker, 'click', function() { alert('Marker has been clicked'); })
        google.maps.event.addListener(label, 'click', function() { alert('Label has been clicked'); })
      }


      function showHideMarker() {
        marker.setVisible(!marker.getVisible());
      }


      function pinUnpinMarker() {
        var draggable = marker.getDraggable();
        marker.setDraggable(!draggable);
        marker.setClickable(!draggable);
      }
    </script>
  </head>
  <body onload="initialize()">
    <div id="map_canvas" style="height: 200px; width: 200px"></div>
    <button type="button" onclick="showHideMarker();">Show/Hide Marker</button>
    <button type="button" onclick="pinUnpinMarker();">Pin/Unpin Marker</button>
  </body>
</html>

Using Bootstrap Tooltip with AngularJS

Please remember one thing if you want to use bootstrap tooltip in angularjs is order of your scripts if you are using jquery-ui as well, it should be:

  • jQuery
  • jQuery UI
  • Bootstap

It is tried and tested

There was no endpoint listening at (url) that could accept the message

If you are using custom binding, please make sure that you are putting the same name for both custom binding (Server and Client)in config files

<bindings>
<customBinding>
 <binding name="BufferedHttpServerNoAuth" closeTimeout="00:10:00" openTimeout="00:10:00" receiveTimeout="00:10:00" sendTimeout="00:10:00">
          <gzipMessageEncoding innerMessageEncoding="textMessageEncoding" MaxArrayLength="10485760" MaxBytesPerRead="31457280" MaxStringContentLength="102400000" />
          <httpsTransport hostNameComparisonMode="StrongWildcard" manualAddressing="False" maxReceivedMessageSize="31457280" authenticationScheme="Anonymous" bypassProxyOnLocal="True" realm="" useDefaultWebProxy="False" />
</binding>
</customBinding>
</bindings>

the binding name "BufferedHttpServerNoAuth" should be same in both.

Hope this would help someone

Smooth scroll without the use of jQuery

I recently set out to solve this problem in a situation where jQuery wasn't an option, so I'm logging my solution here just for posterity.

var scroll = (function() {

    var elementPosition = function(a) {
        return function() {
            return a.getBoundingClientRect().top;
        };
    };

    var scrolling = function( elementID ) {

        var el = document.getElementById( elementID ),
            elPos = elementPosition( el ),
            duration = 400,
            increment = Math.round( Math.abs( elPos() )/40 ),
            time = Math.round( duration/increment ),
            prev = 0,
            E;

        function scroller() {
            E = elPos();

            if (E === prev) {
                return;
            } else {
                prev = E;
            }

            increment = (E > -20 && E < 20) ? ((E > - 5 && E < 5) ? 1 : 5) : increment;

            if (E > 1 || E < -1) {

                if (E < 0) {
                    window.scrollBy( 0,-increment );
                } else {
                    window.scrollBy( 0,increment );
                }

                setTimeout(scroller, time);

            } else {

                el.scrollTo( 0,0 );

            }
        }

        scroller();
    };

    return {
        To: scrolling
    }

})();

/* usage */
scroll.To('elementID');

The scroll() function uses the Revealing Module Pattern to pass the target element's id to its scrolling() function, via scroll.To('id'), which sets the values used by the scroller() function.

Breakdown

In scrolling():

  • el : the target DOM object
  • elPos : returns a function via elememtPosition() which gives the position of the target element relative to the top of the page each time it's called.
  • duration : transition time in milliseconds.
  • increment : divides the starting position of the target element into 40 steps.
  • time : sets the timing of each step.
  • prev : the target element's previous position in scroller().
  • E : holds the target element's position in scroller().

The actual work is done by the scroller() function which continues to call itself (via setTimeout()) until the target element is at the top of the page or the page can scroll no more.

Each time scroller() is called it checks the current position of the target element (held in variable E) and if that is > 1 OR < -1 and if the page is still scrollable shifts the window by increment pixels - up or down depending if E is a positive or negative value. When E is neither > 1 OR < -1, or E === prev the function stops. I added the DOMElement.scrollTo() method on completion just to make sure the target element was bang on the top of the window (not that you'd notice it being out by a fraction of a pixel!).

The if statement on line 2 of scroller() checks to see if the page is scrolling (in cases where the target might be towards the bottom of the page and the page can scroll no further) by checking E against its previous position (prev).

The ternary condition below it reduce the increment value as E approaches zero. This stops the page overshooting one way and then bouncing back to overshoot the other, and then bouncing back to overshoot the other again, ping-pong style, to infinity and beyond.

If your page is more that c.4000px high you might want to increase the values in the ternary expression's first condition (here at +/-20) and/or the divisor which sets the increment value (here at 40).

Playing about with duration, the divisor which sets increment, and the values in the ternary condition of scroller() should allow you to tailor the function to suit your page.

  • JSFiddle

  • N.B.Tested in up-to-date versions of Firefox and Chrome on Lubuntu, and Firefox, Chrome and IE on Windows8.

.NET - Get protocol, host, and port

Request.Url will return you the Uri of the request. Once you have that, you can retrieve pretty much anything you want. To get the protocol, call the Scheme property.

Sample:

Uri url = Request.Url;
string protocol = url.Scheme;

Hope this helps.

Why does the jquery change event not trigger when I set the value of a select using val()?

To make it easier add a custom function and call it when ever you want that changing the value also trigger change

$.fn.valAndTrigger = function (element) {
    return $(this).val(element).trigger('change');
}

and

$("#sample").valAndTirgger("NewValue");

Or you can override the val function to always call the change when the val is called

(function ($) {
    var originalVal = $.fn.val;
    $.fn.val = function (value) {
        this.trigger("change");
        return originalVal.call(this, value);
    };
})(jQuery);

Sample at http://jsfiddle.net/r60bfkub/

Is there a list of screen resolutions for all Android based phones and tablets?

Here is a list of almost all resolutions of tablets :

2560*1600
1366*768
1280*800
1280*768
1024*768
1024*600
960*640
960*540
854*480
800*600
800*480
800*400

Of this, the most common resolutions are :

1280*800
1280*768
1024*600
1024*800
1024*768
800*400
800*480

Happy designing .. ! :)

Parameter "stratify" from method "train_test_split" (scikit Learn)

For my future self who comes here via Google:

train_test_split is now in model_selection, hence:

from sklearn.model_selection import train_test_split

# given:
# features: xs
# ground truth: ys

x_train, x_test, y_train, y_test = train_test_split(xs, ys,
                                                    test_size=0.33,
                                                    random_state=0,
                                                    stratify=ys)

is the way to use it. Setting the random_state is desirable for reproducibility.

Find document with array that contains a specific value

There is no $contains operator in mongodb.

You can use the answer from JohnnyHK as that works. The closest analogy to contains that mongo has is $in, using this your query would look like:

PersonModel.find({ favouriteFoods: { "$in" : ["sushi"]} }, ...);

What is the volatile keyword useful for?

volatile variable is basically used for instant update (flush) in main shared cache line once it updated, so that changes reflected to all worker threads immediately.

Split a large dataframe into a list of data frames based on common value in column

Stumbled across this answer and I actually wanted BOTH groups (data containing that one user and data containing everything but that one user). Not necessary for the specifics of this post, but I thought I would add in case someone was googling the same issue as me.

df <- data.frame(
     ran_data1=rnorm(125),
     ran_data2=rnorm(125),
     g=rep(factor(LETTERS[1:5]), 25)
 )

test_x = split(df,df$g)[['A']]
test_y = split(df,df$g!='A')[['TRUE']]

Here's what it looks like:

head(test_x)
            x          y g
1   1.1362198  1.2969541 A
6   0.5510307 -0.2512449 A
11  0.0321679  0.2358821 A
16  0.4734277 -1.2889081 A
21 -1.2686151  0.2524744 A

> head(test_y)
            x          y g
2 -2.23477293  1.1514810 B
3 -0.46958938 -1.7434205 C
4  0.07365603  0.1111419 D
5 -1.08758355  0.4727281 E
7  0.28448637 -1.5124336 B
8  1.24117504  0.4928257 C

Adding a column to a dataframe in R

That is a pretty standard use case for apply():

R> vec <- 1:10
R> DF <- data.frame(start=c(1,3,5,7), end=c(2,6,7,9))
R> DF$newcol <- apply(DF,1,function(row) mean(vec[ row[1] : row[2] ] ))
R> DF
  start end newcol
1     1   2    1.5
2     3   6    4.5
3     5   7    6.0
4     7   9    8.0
R> 

You can also use plyr if you prefer but here is no real need to go beyond functions from base R.

Change the "From:" address in Unix "mail"

GNU mailutils's 'mail' command doesn't let you do this (easily at least). But If you install 'heirloom-mailx', its mail command (mailx) has the '-r' option to override the default '$USER@$HOSTNAME' from field.

echo "Hello there" | mail -s "testing" -r [email protected] [email protected]

Works for 'mailx' but not 'mail'.

$ ls -l /usr/bin/mail
lrwxrwxrwx 1 root root 22 2010-12-23 08:33 /usr/bin/mail -> /etc/alternatives/mail
$ ls -l /etc/alternatives/mail
lrwxrwxrwx 1 root root 23 2010-12-23 08:33 /etc/alternatives/mail -> /usr/bin/heirloom-mailx

How do I undo 'git add' before commit?

2019 update

As pointed out by others in related questions (see here, here, here, here, here, here, and here), you can now unstage a single file with:

git restore --staged <file>

and unstage all files (from the root of the repo) with:

git restore --staged .

Notes

git restore was introduced in July 2019 and released in version 2.23.
With the --staged flag, it restores the content of the index (what is asked here).

When running git status with staged uncommitted file(s), this is now what Git suggests to use to unstage file(s) (instead of git reset HEAD <file> as it used to prior to v2.23).

What is the difference between CMD and ENTRYPOINT in a Dockerfile?

I run across this and at the beginning I found it really confusing to be honest and I think this confusion comes from using the word "CMD" because in fact what goes there acts as argument. So after digging a little bit I understood how it works. Basically:

ENTRYPOINT --> what you specify here would be the command to be executed when you container starts. If you omit this definition docker will use /bin/sh -c bash to run your container.

CMD --> these are the arguments appended to the ENTRYPOINT unless the user specifies some custom argument, i.e: docker run ubuntu <custom_cmd> in this case instead of appending what's specified on the image in the CMD section, docker will run ENTRYPOINT <custom_cmd>. In case ENTRYPOINT has not been specified, what goes here will be passed to /bin/sh -c acting in fact as the command to be executed when starting the container.

As everything it's better to explain what's going on by examples. So let's say I create a simple docker image by using the following specification Dockerfile:

From ubuntu
ENTRYPOINT ["sleep"]

Then I build it by running the following:

docker build . -t testimg

This will create a container that everytime you run it sleeps. So If I run it as following:

docker run testimg

I'll get the following:

sleep: missing operand
Try 'sleep --help' for more information.

This happens because the entry point is the "sleep" command which needs an argument. So to fix this I'll just provide the amount to sleep:

docker run testimg 5

This will run correctly and as consequence the container will run, sleeps 5 seconds and exits. As we can see in this example docker just appended what goes after the image name to the entry point binary docker run testimg <my_cmd>. What happens if we want to pass a default value (default argument) to the entry point? in this case we just need to specify it in the CMD section, for example:

From ubuntu
ENTRYPOINT ["sleep"]
CMD ["10"]

In this case if the user doesn't pass any argument the container will use the default value (10) and pass it to entry point sleep.

Now let's use just CMD and omit ENTRYPOINT definition:

FROM ubuntu
CMD ["sleep", "5"]

If we rebuild and run this image it will basically sleeps for 5 seconds.

So in summary, you can use ENTRYPOINT in order to make your container acts as an executable. You can use CMD to provide default arguments to your entry point or to run a custom command when starting your container that can be overridden from outside by user.

Filter by Dates in SQL

If your dates column does not contain time information, you could get away with:

WHERE dates BETWEEN '20121211' and '20121213'

However, given your dates column is actually datetime, you want this

WHERE dates >= '20121211'
  AND dates < '20121214'  -- i.e. 00:00 of the next day

Another option for SQL Server 2008 onwards that retains SARGability (ability to use index for good performance) is:

WHERE CAST(dates as date) BETWEEN '20121211' and '20121213'

Note: always use ISO-8601 format YYYYMMDD with SQL Server for unambiguous date literals.

event Action<> vs event EventHandler<>

The main difference will be that if you use Action<> your event will not follow the design pattern of virtually any other event in the system, which I would consider a drawback.

One upside with the dominating design pattern (apart from the power of sameness) is that you can extend the EventArgs object with new properties without altering the signature of the event. This would still be possible if you used Action<SomeClassWithProperties>, but I don't really see the point with not using the regular approach in that case.

Excel VBA Password via Hex Editor

  1. Open xls file with a hex editor.
  2. Search for DPB
  3. Replace DPB to DPx
  4. Save file.
  5. Open file in Excel.
  6. Click "Yes" if you get any message box.
  7. Set new password from VBA Project Properties.
  8. Close and open again file, then type your new password to unprotect.

Check http://blog.getspool.com/396/best-vba-password-recovery-cracker-tool-remove/

R define dimensions of empty data frame

df = data.frame(matrix("", ncol = 3, nrow = 10)  

Count elements with jQuery

try this:

var count_element = $('.element').length

How do I get total physical memory size using PowerShell without WMI?

Below gives the total physical memory.

gwmi Win32_OperatingSystem | Measure-Object -Property TotalVisibleMemorySize -Sum | % {[Math]::Round($_.sum/1024/1024)}

How to select the first row for each group in MySQL?

I suggest to use this official way from MySql:

SELECT article, dealer, price
FROM   shop s1
WHERE  price=(SELECT MAX(s2.price)
              FROM shop s2
              WHERE s1.article = s2.article
              GROUP BY s2.article)
ORDER BY article;

With this way, we can get the highest price on each article

Disable sorting for a particular column in jQuery DataTables

Here is what you can use to disable certain column to be disabled:

 $('#tableId').dataTable({           
            "columns": [
                { "data": "id"},
                { "data": "sampleSortableColumn" },
                { "data": "otherSortableColumn" },
                { "data": "unsortableColumn", "orderable": false}
           ]
});

So all you have to do is add the "orderable": false to the column you don't want to be sortable.

How to get host name with port from a http or https request

You can use HttpServletRequest.getScheme() to retrieve either "http" or "https".

Using it along with HttpServletRequest.getServerName() should be enough to rebuild the portion of the URL you need.

You don't need to explicitly put the port in the URL if you're using the standard ones (80 for http and 443 for https).

Edit: If your servlet container is behind a reverse proxy or load balancer that terminates the SSL, it's a bit trickier because the requests are forwarded to the servlet container as plain http. You have a few options:

1) Use HttpServletRequest.getHeader("x-forwarded-proto") instead; this only works if your load balancer sets the header correctly (Apache should afaik).

2) Configure a RemoteIpValve in JBoss/Tomcat that will make getScheme() work as expected. Again, this will only work if the load balancer sets the correct headers.

3) If the above don't work, you could configure two different connectors in Tomcat/JBoss, one for http and one for https, as described in this article.

non static method cannot be referenced from a static context

You are calling nextInt statically by using Random.nextInt.

Instead, create a variable, Random r = new Random(); and then call r.nextInt(10).

It would be definitely worth while to check out:

Update:

You really should replace this line,

Random Random = new Random(); 

with something like this,

Random r = new Random();

If you use variable names as class names you'll run into a boat load of problems. Also as a Java convention, use lowercase names for variables. That might help avoid some confusion.

How to resolve the C:\fakepath?

Hy there , in my case i am using asp.net development environment, so i was want to upload those data in asynchronus ajax request , in [webMethod] you can not catch the file uploader since it is not static element , so i had to make a turnover for such solution by fixing the path , than convert the wanted image into bytes to save it in DB .

Here is my javascript function , hope it helps you:

function FixPath(Path)
         {
             var HiddenPath = Path.toString();
             alert(HiddenPath.indexOf("FakePath"));

             if (HiddenPath.indexOf("FakePath") > 1)
             {
                 var UnwantedLength = HiddenPath.indexOf("FakePath") + 7;
                 MainStringLength = HiddenPath.length - UnwantedLength;
                 var thisArray =[];
                 var i = 0;
                 var FinalString= "";
                 while (i < MainStringLength)
                 {
                     thisArray[i] = HiddenPath[UnwantedLength + i + 1];
                     i++;
                 }
                 var j = 0;
                 while (j < MainStringLength-1)
                 {
                     if (thisArray[j] != ",")
                     {
                         FinalString += thisArray[j];
                     }
                     j++;
                 }
                 FinalString = "~" + FinalString;
                 alert(FinalString);
                 return FinalString;
             }
             else
             {
                 return HiddenPath;
             }
         }

here only for testing :

 $(document).ready(function () {
             FixPath("hakounaMatata:/7ekmaTa3mahaLaziz/FakePath/EnsaLmadiLiYghiz");
         });
// this will give you : ~/EnsaLmadiLiYghiz

/lib/ld-linux.so.2: bad ELF interpreter: No such file or directory

I had the same issue, the following commands can resolve:

sudo yum install  glibc-common glibc  (mutual dependency)
sudo yum install  glibc.i686  (the missing version)

How do I correctly upgrade angular 2 (npm) to the latest version?

Just start here:

https://update.angular.io

Select the version you're using and it will give you a step by step guide.

I recommend choosing 'Advanced' to see all steps. Complexity is a relative concept - and I don't know whose stupid idea this feature was, but if you select 'Basic' it won't show you all steps needed and you may miss something important that your otherwise 'Basic' application is using.

enter image description here

As of version 6 there is a new Angular CLI command ng update which intelligently goes through your dependencies and performs checks to make sure you're updating the right things :-)

The steps will outline how to use it :-)

How do I delete unpushed git commits?

Don't delete it: for just one commit git cherry-pick is enough.

But if you had several commits on the wrong branch, that is where git rebase --onto shines:

Suppose you have this:

 x--x--x--x <-- master
           \
            -y--y--m--m <- y branch, with commits which should have been on master

, then you can mark master and move it where you would want to be:

 git checkout master
 git branch tmp
 git checkout y
 git branch -f master

 x--x--x--x <-- tmp
           \
            -y--y--m--m <- y branch, master branch

, reset y branch where it should have been:

 git checkout y
 git reset --hard HEAD~2 # ~1 in your case, 
                         # or ~n, n = number of commits to cancel

 x--x--x--x <-- tmp
           \
            -y--y--m--m <- master branch
                ^
                |
                -- y branch

, and finally move your commits (reapply them, making actually new commits)

 git rebase --onto tmp y master
 git branch -D tmp


 x--x--x--x--m'--m' <-- master
           \
            -y--y <- y branch

Set a cookie to never expire

I believe that there isn't a way to make a cookie last forever, but you just need to set it to expire far into the future, such as the year 2100.

Create a data.frame with m columns and 2 rows

Does m really need to be a data.frame() or will a matrix() suffice?

m <- matrix(0, ncol = 30, nrow = 2)

You can wrap a data.frame() around that if you need to:

m <- data.frame(m)

or all in one line: m <- data.frame(matrix(0, ncol = 30, nrow = 2))

Convert XML String to Object

Create a DTO as CustomObject

Use below method to convert XML String to DTO using JAXB

private static CustomObject getCustomObject(final String ruleStr) {
    CustomObject customObject = null;
    try {
        JAXBContext jaxbContext = JAXBContext.newInstance(CustomObject.class);
        final StringReader reader = new StringReader(ruleStr);
        Unmarshaller jaxbUnmarshaller = jaxbContext.createUnmarshaller();
        customObject = (CustomObject) jaxbUnmarshaller.unmarshal(reader);
    } catch (JAXBException e) {
        LOGGER.info("getCustomObject parse error: ", e);
    }
    return customObject;
}

"No such file or directory" but it exists

I faced this error when I was trying to build Selenium source on Ubuntu. The simple shell script with correct shebang was not able to run even after I had all pre-requisites covered.

file file-name # helped me in understanding that CRLF ending were present in the file.

I opened the file in Vim and I could see that just because I once edited this file on a Windows machine, it was in DOS format. I converted the file to Unix format with below command:

dos2unix filename # actually helped me and things were fine.

I hope that we should take care whenever we edit files across platforms we should take care for the file formats as well.

How many characters in varchar(max)

For future readers who need this answer quickly:

2^31-1 = 2.147.483.647 characters

How to get Selected Text from select2 when using <input>

The code below also solves otherwise

.on("change", function(e) {

  var lastValue = e.currentTarget.value;
  var lastText = e.currentTarget.textContent;

 });

libstdc++.so.6: cannot open shared object file: No such file or directory

/usr/local/cilk/bin/../lib32/pinbin is dynamically linked to a library libstdc++.so.6 which is not present anymore. You need to recompile Cilk

Git Symlinks in Windows

You can find the symlinks by looking for files that have a mode of 120000, possibly with this command:

git ls-files -s | awk '/120000/{print $4}'

Once you replace the links, I would recommend marking them as unchanged with git update-index --assume-unchanged, rather than listing them in .git/info/exclude.

Manipulating an Access database from Java without ODBC

UCanAccess is a pure Java JDBC driver that allows us to read from and write to Access databases without using ODBC. It uses two other packages, Jackcess and HSQLDB, to perform these tasks. The following is a brief overview of how to get it set up.

 

Option 1: Using Maven

If your project uses Maven you can simply include UCanAccess via the following coordinates:

groupId: net.sf.ucanaccess
artifactId: ucanaccess

The following is an excerpt from pom.xml, you may need to update the <version> to get the most recent release:

  <dependencies>
    <dependency>
        <groupId>net.sf.ucanaccess</groupId>
        <artifactId>ucanaccess</artifactId>
        <version>4.0.4</version>
    </dependency>
  </dependencies>

 

Option 2: Manually adding the JARs to your project

As mentioned above, UCanAccess requires Jackcess and HSQLDB. Jackcess in turn has its own dependencies. So to use UCanAccess you will need to include the following components:

UCanAccess (ucanaccess-x.x.x.jar)
HSQLDB (hsqldb.jar, version 2.2.5 or newer)
Jackcess (jackcess-2.x.x.jar)
commons-lang (commons-lang-2.6.jar, or newer 2.x version)
commons-logging (commons-logging-1.1.1.jar, or newer 1.x version)

Fortunately, UCanAccess includes all of the required JAR files in its distribution file. When you unzip it you will see something like

ucanaccess-4.0.1.jar  
  /lib/
    commons-lang-2.6.jar  
    commons-logging-1.1.1.jar  
    hsqldb.jar  
    jackcess-2.1.6.jar

All you need to do is add all five (5) JARs to your project.

NOTE: Do not add loader/ucanload.jar to your build path if you are adding the other five (5) JAR files. The UcanloadDriver class is only used in special circumstances and requires a different setup. See the related answer here for details.

Eclipse: Right-click the project in Package Explorer and choose Build Path > Configure Build Path.... Click the "Add External JARs..." button to add each of the five (5) JARs. When you are finished your Java Build Path should look something like this

BuildPath.png

NetBeans: Expand the tree view for your project, right-click the "Libraries" folder and choose "Add JAR/Folder...", then browse to the JAR file.

nbAddJar.png

After adding all five (5) JAR files the "Libraries" folder should look something like this:

nbLibraries.png

IntelliJ IDEA: Choose File > Project Structure... from the main menu. In the "Libraries" pane click the "Add" (+) button and add the five (5) JAR files. Once that is done the project should look something like this:

IntelliJ.png

 

That's it!

Now "U Can Access" data in .accdb and .mdb files using code like this

// assumes...
//     import java.sql.*;
Connection conn=DriverManager.getConnection(
        "jdbc:ucanaccess://C:/__tmp/test/zzz.accdb");
Statement s = conn.createStatement();
ResultSet rs = s.executeQuery("SELECT [LastName] FROM [Clients]");
while (rs.next()) {
    System.out.println(rs.getString(1));
}

 

Disclosure

At the time of writing this Q&A I had no involvement in or affiliation with the UCanAccess project; I just used it. I have since become a contributor to the project.

How to add a JAR in NetBeans

Right click 'libraries' in the project list, then click add.

Xcode project not showing list of simulators

Click on the project name (Right to the Run button). Three options will appear.

  1. Edit scheme
  2. New scheme
  3. Manage scheme

You can click on "New scheme" and then click on "OK" in popup window.

You will have simulators list back.

Standard way to embed version into python package?

I prefer to read the package version from installation environment. This is my src/foo/_version.py:

from pkg_resources import get_distribution                                        
                                                                                  
__version__ = get_distribution('osbc').version

Makesure foo is always already installed, that's why a src/ layer is required to prevent foo imported without installation.

In the setup.py, I use setuptools-scm to generate the version automatically.

Remove non-ASCII characters from CSV

I appreciate the tips I found on this site.

But, on my Windows 10, I had to use double quotes for this to work ...

sed -i "s/[\d128-\d255]//g" FILENAME

Noticed these things ...

  1. For FILENAME the entire path\name needs to be quoted This didn't work -- %TEMP%\"FILENAME" This did -- %TEMP%\FILENAME"

  2. sed leaves behind temp files in the current directory, named sed*

How do I decode a string with escaped unicode?

Edit (2017-10-12):

@MechaLynx and @Kevin-Weber note that unescape() is deprecated from non-browser environments and does not exist in TypeScript. decodeURIComponent is a drop-in replacement. For broader compatibility, use the below instead:

decodeURIComponent(JSON.parse('"http\\u00253A\\u00252F\\u00252Fexample.com"'));
> 'http://example.com'

Original answer:

unescape(JSON.parse('"http\\u00253A\\u00252F\\u00252Fexample.com"'));
> 'http://example.com'

You can offload all the work to JSON.parse

Random number in range [min - max] using PHP

Try This one. It will generate id according to your wish.

function id()
{
 // add limit
$id_length = 20;

// add any character / digit
$alfa = "abcdefghijklmnopqrstuvwxyz1234567890";
$token = "";
for($i = 1; $i < $id_length; $i ++) {

  // generate randomly within given character/digits
  @$token .= $alfa[rand(1, strlen($alfa))];

}    
return $token;
}

Example for boost shared_mutex (multiple reads/one write)?

Since C++ 17 (VS2015) you can use the standard for read-write locks:

#include <shared_mutex>

typedef std::shared_mutex Lock;
typedef std::unique_lock< Lock > WriteLock;
typedef std::shared_lock< Lock > ReadLock;

Lock myLock;


void ReadFunction()
{
    ReadLock r_lock(myLock);
    //Do reader stuff
}

void WriteFunction()
{
     WriteLock w_lock(myLock);
     //Do writer stuff
}

For older version, you can use boost with the same syntax:

#include <boost/thread/locks.hpp>
#include <boost/thread/shared_mutex.hpp>

typedef boost::shared_mutex Lock;
typedef boost::unique_lock< Lock >  WriteLock;
typedef boost::shared_lock< Lock >  ReadLock;

Show row number in row header of a DataGridView

row.HeaderCell.Value = row.Index + 1;

when applied on datagridview with a very large number of rows creates a memory leak and eventually will result in an out of memory issue. Any ideas how to reclaim the memory?

Here is sample code to apply to an empty grid with some columns. it simply adds rows and numbers the index. Repeat button click a few times.

public partial class Form1 : Form
{
    public Form1()
    {
        InitializeComponent();

        dataGridView1.SuspendLayout();
        for (int i = 1; i < 10000; i++)
        {
            dataGridView1.Rows.Add(i);                
        }
        dataGridView1.ResumeLayout();
    }

    private void button1_Click(object sender, EventArgs e)
    {
        foreach (DataGridViewRow row in dataGridView1.Rows)
            row.HeaderCell.Value = (row.Index + 1).ToString();
    }
}

How do I get the first n characters of a string without checking the size or going out of bounds?

Here's a neat solution:

String upToNCharacters = s.substring(0, Math.min(s.length(), n));

Opinion: while this solution is "neat", I think it is actually less readable than a solution that uses if / else in the obvious way. If the reader hasn't seen this trick, he/she has to think harder to understand the code. IMO, the code's meaning is more obvious in the if / else version. For a cleaner / more readable solution, see @paxdiablo's answer.

How to get device make and model on iOS?

This solution works for both physical devices and iOS simulator in a way that simulator returns the same model as physical device would return for a model e.g. "iPhone10,6" for iPhone X (GSM) rather than "x86_64".

Definition - Swift 4:

import UIKit

extension UIDevice {
    var modelName: String {
        var systemInfo = utsname()
        uname(&systemInfo)
        let machineMirror = Mirror(reflecting: systemInfo.machine)
        let identifier = machineMirror.children.reduce("") { identifier, element in
            guard let value = element.value as? Int8, value != 0 else { return identifier }
            return identifier + String(UnicodeScalar(UInt8(value)))
        }
        if let value = ProcessInfo.processInfo.environment["SIMULATOR_MODEL_IDENTIFIER"] {
            return value
        } else {
            return identifier
        }
    }
}

Usage:

print(UIDevice.current.modelName)

Getting the object's property name

These solutions work too.

// Solution One
function removeProperty(obj, prop) {
  var bool;
  var keys = Object.keys(obj);
  for (var i = 0; i < keys.length; i++) {
    if (keys[i] === prop) {
      delete obj[prop];
      bool = true;
    } 
  }
  return Boolean(bool);
}


//Solution two
function removeProperty(obj, prop) {
  var bool;
  if (obj.hasOwnProperty(prop)) {
      bool = true;
      delete obj[prop];
  }
  return Boolean(bool);
}

Regular expression for validating names and surnames?

I don’t think that’s a good idea. Even if you find an appropriate regular expression (maybe using Unicode character properties), this wouldn’t prevent users from entering pseudo-names like John Doe, Max Mustermann (there even is a person with that name), Abcde Fghijk or Ababa Bebebe.

better way to drop nan rows in pandas

To expand Hitesh's answer if you want to drop rows where 'x' specifically is nan, you can use the subset parameter. His answer will drop rows where other columns have nans as well

dat.dropna(subset=['x'])

ImportError in importing from sklearn: cannot import name check_build

If you use Anaconda 2.7 64 bit, try

conda upgrade scikit-learn

and restart the python shell, that works for me.

Second edit when I faced the same problem and solved it:

conda upgrade scikit-learn

also works for me

Public free web services for testing soap client

There is a bunch on here:

http://www.webservicex.net/WS/wscatlist.aspx

Just google for "Free WebService" or "Open WebService" and you'll find tons of open SOAP endpoints.

Remember, you can get a WSDL from any ASMX endpoint by adding ?WSDL to the url.

How to change the Title of the window in Qt?

int main(int argc, char *argv[])
{
    QApplication a(argc, argv);
    MainWindow w;
    w.setWindowTitle("Main Page");
    w.show();
    return a.exec();
}

enter image description here

How to add font-awesome to Angular 2 + CLI project

After some experimentation I managed to get the following working:

  1. Install with npm:

    npm install font-awesome --save
    
  2. add to angular-cli-build.js file:

    vendorNpmFiles : [
        font-awesome/**/*.+(css|css.map|otf|eot|svg|ttf|woff|woff2)',
    ]
    
  3. add to index.html

    <link rel="stylesheet" href="vendor/font-awesome/css/font-awesome.min.css">
    

The key was to include the font file types in the angular-cli-build.js file

.+(css|css.map|otf|eot|svg|ttf|woff|woff2)

On localhost, how do I pick a free port number?

You can listen on whatever port you want; generally, user applications should listen to ports 1024 and above (through 65535). The main thing if you have a variable number of listeners is to allocate a range to your app - say 20000-21000, and CATCH EXCEPTIONS. That is how you will know if a port is unusable (used by another process, in other words) on your computer.

However, in your case, you shouldn't have a problem using a single hard-coded port for your listener, as long as you print an error message if the bind fails.

Note also that most of your sockets (for the slaves) do not need to be explicitly bound to specific port numbers - only sockets that wait for incoming connections (like your master here) will need to be made a listener and bound to a port. If a port is not specified for a socket before it is used, the OS will assign a useable port to the socket. When the master wants to respond to a slave that sends it data, the address of the sender is accessible when the listener receives data.

I presume you will be using UDP for this?

mySQL Error 1040: Too Many Connection

To see how many connections are configured for your DB to use:

select @@max_connections;

To change it:

set global max_connections = 200;

To see how many are connected at the current time:

show processlist;

I also wrote this piece of software to help me create a nice spreadsheet of transactions over time so I can track down which queries are the problem: enter image description here

How to restart kubernetes nodes?

In my case I am running 3 nodes in VM's by using Hyper-V. By using the following steps I was able to "restart" the cluster after restarting all VM's.

  1. (Optional) Swap off

    $ swapoff -a

  2. You have to restart all Docker containers

    $ docker restart $(docker ps -a -q)

  3. Check the nodes status after you performed step 1 and 2 on all nodes (the status is NotReady)

    $ kubectl get nodes

  4. Restart the node

    $ systemctl restart kubelet

  5. Check again the status (now should be in Ready status)

Note: I do not know if it does metter the order of nodes restarting, but I choose to start with the k8s master node and after with the minions. Also it will take a little bit to change the node state from NotReady to Ready

How do I convert a file path to a URL in ASP.NET

For get the left part of the URL:

?HttpContext.Current.Request.Url.GetLeftPart(UriPartial.Authority)
"http://localhost:1714"

For get the application (web) name:

?HttpRuntime.AppDomainAppVirtualPath
"/"

With this, you are available to add your relative path after that obtaining the complete URL.

How to clamp an integer to some range?

See numpy.clip:

index = numpy.clip(index, 0, len(my_list) - 1)

How to customize <input type="file">?

Something like that maybe?

<form>
  <input id="fileinput" type="file" style="display:none;"/>
</form>
<button id="falseinput">El Cucaratcha, for example</button>
<span id="selected_filename">No file selected</span>

<script>
$(document).ready( function() {
  $('#falseinput').click(function(){
    $("#fileinput").click();
  });
});
$('#fileinput').change(function() {
  $('#selected_filename').text($('#fileinput')[0].files[0].name);
});

</script>

Find the location of a character in string

Here's another straightforward alternative.

> which(strsplit(string, "")[[1]]=="2")
[1]  4 24

Copy array items into another array

var a=new Array('a','b','c');
var b=new Array('d','e','f');
var d=new Array('x','y','z');
var c=a.concat(b,d)

Does that solve your problem ?

How to check a string for specific characters?

This will test if strings are made up of some combination or digits, the dollar sign, and a commas. Is that what you're looking for?

import re

s1 = 'Testing string'
s2 = '1234,12345$'

regex = re.compile('[0-9,$]+$')

if ( regex.match(s1) ):
   print "s1 matched"
else:
   print "s1 didn't match"

if ( regex.match(s2) ):
   print "s2 matched"
else:
   print "s2 didn't match"

Bootstrap control with multiple "data-toggle"

I use href to load the modal and leave data-toggle for the tooltip:

<a 
    data-toggle="tooltip"
    data-placement="top"
    title="My Tooltip text!"
    href="javascript:$('#id').modal('show');"
>
+
</a>

How to pass object with NSNotificationCenter

Building on the solution provided I thought it might be helpful to show an example passing your own custom data object (which I've referenced here as 'message' as per question).

Class A (sender):

YourDataObject *message = [[YourDataObject alloc] init];
// set your message properties
NSDictionary *dict = [NSDictionary dictionaryWithObject:message forKey:@"message"];
[[NSNotificationCenter defaultCenter] postNotificationName:@"NotificationMessageEvent" object:nil userInfo:dict];

Class B (receiver):

- (void)viewDidLoad
{
    [super viewDidLoad];
    [[NSNotificationCenter defaultCenter]
     addObserver:self selector:@selector(triggerAction:) name:@"NotificationMessageEvent" object:nil];
}

#pragma mark - Notification
-(void) triggerAction:(NSNotification *) notification
{
    NSDictionary *dict = notification.userInfo;
    YourDataObject *message = [dict valueForKey:@"message"];
    if (message != nil) {
        // do stuff here with your message data
    }
}

Comments in .gitignore?

Do git help gitignore

You will get the help page with following line:

A line starting with # serves as a comment.

Connecting to Microsoft SQL server using Python

In data source connections between a client and server there are two general types: ODBC which uses a DRIVER and OLEDB which uses a PROVIDER. And in the programming world, it is a regular debate as to which route to go in connecting to data sources.

You are using a provider, SQLOLEDB, but specifying it as a driver. As far as I know, neither the pyodbc nor pypyodbc modules support Window OLEDB connections. However, the adodbapi does which uses the Microsoft ADO as an underlying component.

Below are both approaches for your connection parameters. Also, I string format your variables as your concatenation did not properly break quotes within string. You'll notice I double the curly braces since it is needed in connection string and string.format() also uses it.

# PROVIDER
import adodbapi
conn = adodbapi.connect("PROVIDER=SQLOLEDB;Data Source={0};Database={1}; \
       trusted_connection=yes;UID={2};PWD={3};".format(ServerName,MSQLDatabase,username,password))
cursor = conn.cursor()

# DRIVER
import pyodbc
conn = pyodbc.connect("DRIVER={{SQL Server}};SERVER={0}; database={1}; \
       trusted_connection=yes;UID={2};PWD={3}".format(ServerName,MSQLDatabase,username,password))
cursor = conn.cursor()

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

If you don't have a Page.Redirect(), use this

Response.Write("<script>alert('Inserted successfully!')</script>"); //works great

But if you do have Page.Redirect(), use this

Response.Write("<script>alert('Inserted..');window.location = 'newpage.aspx';</script>"); //works great

works for me.

Hope this helps.

check if jquery has been loaded, then load it if false

Try this :

<script>
  window.jQuery || document.write('<script src="js/jquery.min.js"><\/script>')
</script>

This checks if jQuery is available or not, if not it will add one dynamically from path specified.

Ref: Simulate an "include_once" for jQuery

OR

include_once equivalent for js. Ref: https://raw.github.com/kvz/phpjs/master/functions/language/include_once.js

function include_once (filename) {
  // http://kevin.vanzonneveld.net
  // +   original by: Legaev Andrey
  // +   improved by: Kevin van Zonneveld (http://kevin.vanzonneveld.net)
  // +   improved by: Michael White (http://getsprink.com)
  // +      input by: Brett Zamir (http://brett-zamir.me)
  // +   bugfixed by: Kevin van Zonneveld (http://kevin.vanzonneveld.net)
  // +   bugfixed by: Brett Zamir (http://brett-zamir.me)
  // -    depends on: include
  // %        note 1: Uses global: php_js to keep track of included files (though private static variable in namespaced version)
  // *     example 1: include_once('http://www.phpjs.org/js/phpjs/_supporters/pj_test_supportfile_2.js');
  // *     returns 1: true
  var cur_file = {};
  cur_file[this.window.location.href] = 1;

  // BEGIN STATIC
  try { // We can't try to access on window, since it might not exist in some environments, and if we use "this.window"
    //    we risk adding another copy if different window objects are associated with the namespaced object
    php_js_shared; // Will be private static variable in namespaced version or global in non-namespaced
    //   version since we wish to share this across all instances
  } catch (e) {
    php_js_shared = {};
  }
  // END STATIC
  if (!php_js_shared.includes) {
    php_js_shared.includes = cur_file;
  }
  if (!php_js_shared.includes[filename]) {
    if (this.include(filename)) {
      return true;
    }
  } else {
    return true;
  }
  return false;
}

Remove empty space before cells in UITableView

If you are doing this on iOS 11, automaticallyAdjustsScrollViewInsets won't work as it is deprecated, the following code worked for me as per the answer in this post: https://stackoverflow.com/a/44391269/5476481

        if #available(iOS 11.0, *) {
            tblView.contentInsetAdjustmentBehavior = .never
        } else {
            automaticallyAdjustsScrollViewInsets = false
        }

Hope this helps.

UITableView - change section header color

For me none of above works after wasting 2 hours what this is the solution. In my case it was custom view but I cannot able to change it from storyboard and view's awakeFromNib for some reason.

override func tableView(_ tableView: UITableView, willDisplayHeaderView view: UIView, forSection section: Int) {
        let header = view as! UITableViewHeaderFooterView
        header.contentView.backgroundColor = .white
    }

How do you add a JToken to an JObject?

TL;DR: You should add a JProperty to a JObject. Simple. The index query returns a JValue, so figure out how to get the JProperty instead :)


The accepted answer is not answering the question as it seems. What if I want to specifically add a JProperty after a specific one? First, lets start with terminologies which really had my head worked up.

  • JToken = The mother of all other types. It can be A JValue, JProperty, JArray, or JObject. This is to provide a modular design to the parsing mechanism.
  • JValue = any Json value type (string, int, boolean).
  • JProperty = any JValue or JContainer (see below) paired with a name (identifier). For example "name":"value".
  • JContainer = The mother of all types which contain other types (JObject, JValue).
  • JObject = a JContainer type that holds a collection of JProperties
  • JArray = a JContainer type that holds a collection JValue or JContainer.

Now, when you query Json item using the index [], you are getting the JToken without the identifier, which might be a JContainer or a JValue (requires casting), but you cannot add anything after it, because it is only a value. You can change it itself, query more deep values, but you cannot add anything after it for example.

What you actually want to get is the property as whole, and then add another property after it as desired. For this, you use JOjbect.Property("name"), and then create another JProperty of your desire and then add it after this using AddAfterSelf method. You are done then.

For more info: http://www.newtonsoft.com/json/help/html/ModifyJson.htm

This is the code I modified.

public class Program
{
  public static void Main()
  {
    try
    {
      string jsonText = @"
      {
        ""food"": {
          ""fruit"": {
            ""apple"": {
              ""colour"": ""red"",
              ""size"": ""small""
            },
            ""orange"": {
              ""colour"": ""orange"",
              ""size"": ""large""
            }
          }
        }
      }";

      var foodJsonObj = JObject.Parse(jsonText);
      var bananaJson = JObject.Parse(@"{ ""banana"" : { ""colour"": ""yellow"", ""size"": ""medium""}}");

      var fruitJObject = foodJsonObj["food"]["fruit"] as JObject;
      fruitJObject.Property("orange").AddAfterSelf(new JProperty("banana", fruitJObject));

      Console.WriteLine(foodJsonObj.ToString());
    }
    catch (Exception ex)
    {
      Console.WriteLine(ex.GetType().Name + ": " + ex.Message);
    }
  }
}

Send inline image in email

    MailMessage mail = new MailMessage();
    //set the addresses
    mail.From = new MailAddress("[email protected]");
    mail.To.Add("[email protected]");

    //set the content
    mail.Subject = "Sucessfully Sent the HTML and Content of mail";

    //first we create the Plain Text part
    string plainText = "Non-HTML Plain Text Message for Non-HTML enable mode";
    AlternateView plainView = AlternateView.CreateAlternateViewFromString(plainText, null, "text/plain");
    XmlTextReader reader = new XmlTextReader(@"E:\HTMLPage.htm");
    string[] address = new string[30];
    string finalHtml = "";
    var i = -1;
    while (reader.Read())
    {
        if (reader.NodeType == XmlNodeType.Element)
        { // The node is an element.
            if (reader.AttributeCount <= 1)
            {
                if (reader.Name == "img")
                {
                    finalHtml += "<" + reader.Name;
                    while (reader.MoveToNextAttribute())
                    {
                        if (reader.Name == "src")
                        {
                            i++;
                            address[i] = reader.Value;
                            address[i] = address[i].Remove(0, 8);
                            finalHtml += " " + reader.Name + "=" + "cid:chartlogo" + i.ToString();
                        }
                        else
                        {
                            finalHtml += " " + reader.Name + "='" + reader.Value + "'";
                        }
                    }
                    finalHtml += ">";
                }
                else
                {
                    finalHtml += "<" + reader.Name;
                    while (reader.MoveToNextAttribute())
                    {
                        finalHtml += " " + reader.Name + "='" + reader.Value + "'";
                    }
                    finalHtml += ">";
                }
            }

        }
        else if (reader.NodeType == XmlNodeType.Text)
        { //Display the text in each element.
            finalHtml += reader.Value;
        }
        else if (reader.NodeType == XmlNodeType.EndElement)
        {
            //Display the end of the element.
            finalHtml += "</" + reader.Name;
            finalHtml += ">";
        }

    }

    AlternateView htmlView = AlternateView.CreateAlternateViewFromString(finalHtml, null, "text/html");
    LinkedResource[] logo = new LinkedResource[i + 1];
    for (int j = 0; j <= i; j++)
    {
        logo[j] = new LinkedResource(address[j]);
        logo[j].ContentId = "chartlogo" + j;
        htmlView.LinkedResources.Add(logo[j]);
    }
    mail.AlternateViews.Add(plainView);
    mail.AlternateViews.Add(htmlView);
    SmtpClient smtp = new SmtpClient();
    smtp.Host = "smtp.gmail.com";
    smtp.Port = 587;
    smtp.Credentials = new NetworkCredential(
        "[email protected]", "Password");
    smtp.EnableSsl = true;
    Console.WriteLine();
    smtp.Send(mail);
}

Change color of Button when Mouse is over

<Button Content="Click" Width="200" Height="50">
<Button.Style>
    <Style TargetType="{x:Type Button}">
        <Setter Property="Background" Value="LightBlue" />
        <Setter Property="Template">
            <Setter.Value>
                <ControlTemplate TargetType="{x:Type Button}">
                    <Border x:Name="Border" Background="{TemplateBinding Background}">
                        <ContentPresenter HorizontalAlignment="Center" VerticalAlignment="Center" />
                    </Border>
                    <ControlTemplate.Triggers>
                        <Trigger Property="IsMouseOver" Value="True">
                            <Setter Property="Background" Value="LightGreen" TargetName="Border" />
                        </Trigger>
                    </ControlTemplate.Triggers>
                </ControlTemplate>
            </Setter.Value>
        </Setter>
    </Style>
</Button.Style>

How do I properly 'printf' an integer and a string in C?

scanf("%s",str) scans only until it finds a whitespace character. With the input "A 1", it will scan only the first character, hence s2 points at the garbage that happened to be in str, since that array wasn't initialised.

How to convert enum value to int?

Maybe it's better to use a String representation than an integer, because the String is still valid if values are added to the enum. You can use the enum's name() method to convert the enum value to a String an the enum's valueOf() method to create an enum representation from the String again. The following example shows how to convert the enum value to String and back (ValueType is an enum):

ValueType expected = ValueType.FLOAT;
String value = expected.name();

System.out.println("Name value: " + value);

ValueType actual = ValueType.valueOf(value);

if(expected.equals(actual)) System.out.println("Values are equal");

How do I show running processes in Oracle DB?

Keep in mind that there are processes on the database which may not currently support a session.

If you're interested in all processes you'll want to look to v$process (or gv$process on RAC)

Changing Locale within the app itself

I couldn't used android:anyDensity="true" because objects in my game would be positioned completely different... seems this also does the trick:

// creating locale
Locale locale2 = new Locale(loc); 
Locale.setDefault(locale2);
Configuration config2 = new Configuration();
config2.locale = locale2;

// updating locale
mContext.getResources().updateConfiguration(config2, null);

Static extension methods

In short, no, you can't.

Long answer, extension methods are just syntactic sugar. IE:

If you have an extension method on string let's say:

public static string SomeStringExtension(this string s)
{
   //whatever..
}

When you then call it:

myString.SomeStringExtension();

The compiler just turns it into:

ExtensionClass.SomeStringExtension(myString);

So as you can see, there's no way to do that for static methods.

And another thing just dawned on me: what would really be the point of being able to add static methods on existing classes? You can just have your own helper class that does the same thing, so what's really the benefit in being able to do:

Bool.Parse(..)

vs.

Helper.ParseBool(..);

Doesn't really bring much to the table...

Best tool for inspecting PDF files?

Adobe Acrobat has a very cool but rather well hidden mode allowing you to inspect PDF files. I wrote a blog article explaining it at https://blog.idrsolutions.com/2009/04/viewing-pdf-objects/

How to recursively delete an entire directory with PowerShell 2.0?

del <dir> -Recurse -Force # I prefer this, short & sweet

OR

remove-item <dir> -Recurse -Force

If you have a huge directory then what I usually do is

while (dir | where name -match <dir>) {write-host deleting; sleep -s 3}

Run this on another powershell terminal and it will stop when it is done.

How to change indentation mode in Atom?

If global tab/spaces indentation settings no longer fit your needs (I.E. you find yourself working with legacy codebases with varied indentation formats, and you need to quickly switch between them, and the auto-detect isn't working) you might try the tab-control plugin, which sort of duplicates the functionality of the menu in your screenshot.

How can I conditionally import an ES6 module?

No, you can't!

However, having bumped into that issue should make you rethink on how you organize your code.

Before ES6 modules, we had CommonJS modules which used the require() syntax. These modules were "dynamic", meaning that we could import new modules based on conditions in our code. - source: https://bitsofco.de/what-is-tree-shaking/

I guess one of the reasons they dropped that support on ES6 onward is the fact that compiling it would be very difficult or impossible.

Hide div if screen is smaller than a certain width

The problem with your code seems to be the elseif-statement which should be else if (Notice the space).

I rewrote and simplyfied the code to this:

$(document).ready(function () {

    if (screen.width < 1024) {
        $(".yourClass").hide();
    }
    else {

        $(".yourClass").show();
    }

});

Prevent div from moving while resizing the page

hi firstly there seems to be many 'errors' in your html where you are missing closing tags, you could try wrapping the contents of your <body> in a fixed width <div style="margin: 0 auto; width: 900px> to achieve what you have done with the body {margin: 0 10% 0 10%}

JavaScript: SyntaxError: missing ) after argument list

just posting in case anyone else has the same error...

I was using 'await' outside of an 'async' function and for whatever reason that results in a 'missing ) after argument list' error.

The solution was to make the function asynchronous

function functionName(args) {}

becomes

async function functionName(args) {}

Is key-value pair available in Typescript?

A concise way is to use a tuple as key-value pair:

const keyVal: [string, string] =  ["key", "value"] // explicit type
// or
const keyVal2 = ["key", "value"] as const // inferred type with const assertion

[key, value] tuples also ensure compatibility to JS built-in objects:

You can create a generic KeyValuePair type for reusability:

type KeyValuePair<K extends string | number, V = unknown> = [K, V]
const kv: KeyValuePair<string, string> = ["key", "value"]

TS 4.0: Named tuples

Upcoming TS 4.0 provides named/labeled tuples for better documentation and tooling support:

type KeyValuePairNamed = [key: string, value: string] // add `key` and `value` labels
const [key, val]: KeyValuePairNamed = ["key", "val"] // array destructuring for convenience

Working playground example

MongoDB vs. Cassandra

I saw a presentation on mongodb yesterday. I can definitely say that setup was "simple", as simple as unpacking it and firing it up. Done.

I believe that both mongodb and cassandra will run on virtually any regular linux hardware so you should not find to much barrier in that area.

I think in this case, at the end of the day, it will come down to which do you personally feel more comfortable with and which has a toolset that you prefer. As far as the presentation on mongodb, the presenter indicated that the toolset for mongodb was pretty light and that there werent many (they said any really) tools similar to whats available for MySQL. This was of course their experience so YMMV. One thing that I did like about mongodb was that there seemed to be lots of language support for it (Python, and .NET being the two that I primarily use).

The list of sites using mongodb is pretty impressive, and I know that twitter just switched to using cassandra.

Can I exclude some concrete urls from <url-pattern> inside <filter-mapping>?

I don't think you can, the only other configuration alternative is to enumerate the paths that you want to be filtered, so instead of /* you could add some for /this/* and /that/* etc, but that won't lead to a sufficient solution when you have alot of those paths.

What you can do is add a parameter to the filter providing an expression (like a regular expression) which is used to skip the filter functionality for the paths matched. The servlet container will still call your filter for those url's but you will have better control over the configuration.

Edit

Now that you mention you have no control over the filter, what you could do is either inherit from that filter calling super methods in its methods except when the url path you want to skip is present and follow the filter chain like @BalusC proposed, or build a filter which instantiates your filter and delegates under the same circumstances. In both cases the filter parameters would include both the expression parameter you add and those of the filter you inherit from or delegate to.

The advantage of building a delegating filter (a wrapper) is that you can add the filter class of the wrapped filter as parameter and reuse it in other situations like this one.

IntelliJ can't recognize JavaFX 11 with OpenJDK 11

As mentioned in the comments, the Starting Guide is the place to start with Java 11 and JavaFX 11.

The key to work as you did before Java 11 is to understand that:

  • JavaFX 11 is not part of the JDK anymore
  • You can get it in different flavors, either as an SDK or as regular dependencies (maven/gradle).
  • You will need to include it to the module path of your project, even if your project is not modular.

JavaFX project

If you create a regular JavaFX default project in IntelliJ (without Maven or Gradle) I'd suggest you download the SDK from here. Note that there are jmods as well, but for a non modular project the SDK is preferred.

These are the easy steps to run the default project:

  1. Create a JavaFX project
  2. Set JDK 11 (point to your local Java 11 version)
  3. Add the JavaFX 11 SDK as a library. The URL could be something like /Users/<user>/Downloads/javafx-sdk-11/lib/. Once you do this you will notice that the JavaFX classes are now recognized in the editor.

JavaFX 11 Project

  1. Before you run the default project, you just need to add these to the VM options:

    --module-path /Users/<user>/Downloads/javafx-sdk-11/lib --add-modules=javafx.controls,javafx.fxml

  2. Run

Maven

If you use Maven to build your project, follow these steps:

  1. Create a Maven project with JavaFX archetype
  2. Set JDK 11 (point to your local Java 11 version)
  3. Add the JavaFX 11 dependencies.

    <dependencies>
        <dependency>
            <groupId>org.openjfx</groupId>
            <artifactId>javafx-controls</artifactId>
            <version>11</version>
        </dependency>
        <dependency>
            <groupId>org.openjfx</groupId>
            <artifactId>javafx-fxml</artifactId>
            <version>11</version>
        </dependency>
    </dependencies>
    

Once you do this you will notice that the JavaFX classes are now recognized in the editor.

JavaFX 11 Maven project

You will notice that Maven manages the required dependencies for you: it will add javafx.base and javafx.graphics for javafx.controls, but most important, it will add the required classifier based on your platform. In my case, Mac.

This is why your jars org.openjfx:javafx-controls:11 are empty, because there are three possible classifiers (windows, linux and mac platforms), that contain all the classes and the native implementation.

In case you still want to go to your .m2 repo and take the dependencies from there manually, make sure you pick the right one (for instance .m2/repository/org/openjfx/javafx-controls/11/javafx-controls-11-mac.jar)

  1. Replace default maven plugins with those from here.

  2. Run mvn compile javafx:run, and it should work.

Similar works as well for Gradle projects, as explained in detail here.

EDIT

The mentioned Getting Started guide contains updated documentation and sample projects for IntelliJ:

Looping through all rows in a table column, Excel-VBA

You can search column before assignments:

Dim col_n as long
for i = 1 to NumCols
    if Cells(1, i).Value = "column header you are looking for" Then col_n = i
next

for i = 1 to NumRows
    Cells(i, col_n).Value = "PHEV"
next i

What is the bower (and npm) version syntax?

If there is no patch number, ~ is equivalent to appending .x to the non-tilde version. If there is a patch number, ~ allows all patch numbers >= the specified one.

~1     := 1.x
~1.2   := 1.2.x
~1.2.3 := (>=1.2.3 <1.3.0)

I don't have enough points to comment on the accepted answer, but some of the tilde information is at odds with the linked semver documentation: "angular": "~1.2" will not match 1.3, 1.4, 1.4.9. Also "angular": "~1" and "angular": "~1.0" are not equivalent. This can be verified with the npm semver calculator.

Dynamically load a function from a DLL

LoadLibrary does not do what you think it does. It loads the DLL into the memory of the current process, but it does not magically import functions defined in it! This wouldn't be possible, as function calls are resolved by the linker at compile time while LoadLibrary is called at runtime (remember that C++ is a statically typed language).

You need a separate WinAPI function to get the address of dynamically loaded functions: GetProcAddress.

Example

#include <windows.h>
#include <iostream>

/* Define a function pointer for our imported
 * function.
 * This reads as "introduce the new type f_funci as the type: 
 *                pointer to a function returning an int and 
 *                taking no arguments.
 *
 * Make sure to use matching calling convention (__cdecl, __stdcall, ...)
 * with the exported function. __stdcall is the convention used by the WinAPI
 */
typedef int (__stdcall *f_funci)();

int main()
{
  HINSTANCE hGetProcIDDLL = LoadLibrary("C:\\Documents and Settings\\User\\Desktop\\test.dll");

  if (!hGetProcIDDLL) {
    std::cout << "could not load the dynamic library" << std::endl;
    return EXIT_FAILURE;
  }

  // resolve function address here
  f_funci funci = (f_funci)GetProcAddress(hGetProcIDDLL, "funci");
  if (!funci) {
    std::cout << "could not locate the function" << std::endl;
    return EXIT_FAILURE;
  }

  std::cout << "funci() returned " << funci() << std::endl;

  return EXIT_SUCCESS;
}

Also, you should export your function from the DLL correctly. This can be done like this:

int __declspec(dllexport) __stdcall funci() {
   // ...
}

As Lundin notes, it's good practice to free the handle to the library if you don't need them it longer. This will cause it to get unloaded if no other process still holds a handle to the same DLL.

How do I resolve "Cannot find module" error using Node.js?

Using npm install installs the module into the current directory only (in a subdirectory called node_modules). Is app.js located under home/dave/src/server/? If not and you want to use the module from any directory, you need to install it globally using npm install -g.

I usually install most packages locally so that they get checked in along with my project code.

Update (8/2019):

Nowadays you can use package-lock.json file, which is automatically generated when npm modifies your node_modules directory. Therefore you can leave out checking in packages, because the package-lock.json tracks the exact versions of your node_modules, you're currently using. To install packages from package-lock.json instead of package.json use the command npm ci.

Update (3/2016):

I've received a lot of flak for my response, specifically that I check in the packages that my code depends on. A few days ago, somebody unpublished all of their packages (https://kodfabrik.com/journal/i-ve-just-liberated-my-modules) which broke React, Babel, and just about everything else. Hopefully it's clear now that if you have production code, you can't rely on NPM actually maintaining your dependencies for you.

How to tell Jackson to ignore a field during serialization if its value is null?

Global configuration if you use Spring

@Configuration
public class JsonConfigurations {

    @Bean
    public Jackson2ObjectMapperBuilder objectMapperBuilder() {
        Jackson2ObjectMapperBuilder builder = new Jackson2ObjectMapperBuilder();
        builder.serializationInclusion(JsonInclude.Include.NON_NULL);
        builder.serializationInclusion(JsonInclude.Include.NON_EMPTY);
        builder.failOnUnknownProperties(false);
        return builder;
    }

}

Is there a standardized method to swap two variables in Python?

Python evaluates expressions from left to right. Notice that while evaluating an assignment, the right-hand side is evaluated before the left-hand side.

Python docs: Evaluation order

That means the following for the expression a,b = b,a :

  • The right-hand side b,a is evaluated, that is to say, a tuple of two elements is created in the memory. The two elements are the objects designated by the identifiers b and a, that were existing before the instruction is encountered during the execution of the program.
  • Just after the creation of this tuple, no assignment of this tuple object has still been made, but it doesn't matter, Python internally knows where it is.
  • Then, the left-hand side is evaluated, that is to say, the tuple is assigned to the left-hand side.
  • As the left-hand side is composed of two identifiers, the tuple is unpacked in order that the first identifier a be assigned to the first element of the tuple (which is the object that was formerly b before the swap because it had name b)
    and the second identifier b is assigned to the second element of the tuple (which is the object that was formerly a before the swap because its identifiers was a)

This mechanism has effectively swapped the objects assigned to the identifiers a and b

So, to answer your question: YES, it's the standard way to swap two identifiers on two objects.
By the way, the objects are not variables, they are objects.

Set UITableView content inset permanently

automaticallyAdjustsScrollViewInsets is deprecated in iOS11 (and the accepted solution no longer works). use:

if #available(iOS 11.0, *) {
    scrollView.contentInsetAdjustmentBehavior = .never
} else {
    automaticallyAdjustsScrollViewInsets = false
}

Error: EPERM: operation not permitted, unlink 'D:\Sources\**\node_modules\fsevents\node_modules\abbrev\package.json'

I faced the same issue and was not able to solve the problem with any of above mentioned solutions.So I tried moving my project directory to some other location on Desktop.Then it showed, could not do this as it is running, even though I hadn't opened that file in any text editor or so.So what I did was to type resmon.exe in Run commandbox and then clicked the CPU option.Then enlarged the associated handles section and type in the name of my project directory.It showed some processes that were running that directory so I selected them and right clicked them and clicked End Process. Then i was able to cut paste my project directory to some other location on desktop and then i ran npm install commands and was able to successfully execute the.check out this image

CMake is not able to find BOOST libraries

I just want to point out that the FindBoost macro might be looking for an earlier version, for instance, 1.58.0 when you might have 1.60.0 installed. I suggest popping open the FindBoost macro from whatever it is you are attempting to build, and checking if that's the case. You can simply edit it to include your particular version. (This was my problem.)

How to count TRUE values in a logical vector

Another way is

> length(z[z==TRUE])
[1] 498

While sum(z) is nice and short, for me length(z[z==TRUE]) is more self explaining. Though, I think with a simple task like this it does not really make a difference...

If it is a large vector, you probably should go with the fastest solution, which is sum(z). length(z[z==TRUE]) is about 10x slower and table(z)[TRUE] is about 200x slower than sum(z).

Summing up, sum(z) is the fastest to type and to execute.

OR is not supported with CASE Statement in SQL Server

CASE
  WHEN ebv.db_no = 22978 OR 
       ebv.db_no = 23218 OR
       ebv.db_no = 23219
  THEN 'WECS 9500' 
  ELSE 'WECS 9520' 
END as wecs_system 

Error when checking model input: expected convolution2d_input_1 to have 4 dimensions, but got array with shape (32, 32, 3)

x_train = x_train.reshape(-1,28, 28, 1)   #Reshape for CNN -  should work!!
x_test = x_test.reshape(-1,28, 28, 1)
history_cnn = cnn.fit(x_train, y_train, epochs=5, validation_data=(x_test, y_test))

Output:

Train on 60000 samples, validate on 10000 samples Epoch 1/5 60000/60000 [==============================] - 157s 3ms/step - loss: 0.0981 - acc: 0.9692 - val_loss: 0.0468 - val_acc: 0.9861 Epoch 2/5 60000/60000 [==============================] - 157s 3ms/step - loss: 0.0352 - acc: 0.9892 - val_loss: 0.0408 - val_acc: 0.9879 Epoch 3/5 60000/60000 [==============================] - 159s 3ms/step - loss: 0.0242 - acc: 0.9924 - val_loss: 0.0291 - val_acc: 0.9913 Epoch 4/5 60000/60000 [==============================] - 165s 3ms/step - loss: 0.0181 - acc: 0.9945 - val_loss: 0.0361 - val_acc: 0.9888 Epoch 5/5 60000/60000 [==============================] - 168s 3ms/step - loss: 0.0142 - acc: 0.9958 - val_loss: 0.0354 - val_acc: 0.9906

What are C++ functors and their uses?

To add on, I have used function objects to fit an existing legacy method to the command pattern; (only place where the beauty of OO paradigm true OCP I felt ); Also adding here the related function adapter pattern.

Suppose your method has the signature:

int CTask::ThreeParameterTask(int par1, int par2, int par3)

We will see how we can fit it for the Command pattern - for this, first, you have to write a member function adapter so that it can be called as a function object.

Note - this is ugly, and may be you can use the Boost bind helpers etc., but if you can't or don't want to, this is one way.

// a template class for converting a member function of the type int        function(int,int,int)
//to be called as a function object
template<typename _Ret,typename _Class,typename _arg1,typename _arg2,typename _arg3>
class mem_fun3_t
{
  public:
explicit mem_fun3_t(_Ret (_Class::*_Pm)(_arg1,_arg2,_arg3))
    :m_Ptr(_Pm) //okay here we store the member function pointer for later use
    {}

//this operator call comes from the bind method
_Ret operator()(_Class *_P, _arg1 arg1, _arg2 arg2, _arg3 arg3) const
{
    return ((_P->*m_Ptr)(arg1,arg2,arg3));
}
private:
_Ret (_Class::*m_Ptr)(_arg1,_arg2,_arg3);// method pointer signature
};

Also, we need a helper method mem_fun3 for the above class to aid in calling.

template<typename _Ret,typename _Class,typename _arg1,typename _arg2,typename _arg3>
mem_fun3_t<_Ret,_Class,_arg1,_arg2,_arg3> mem_fun3 ( _Ret (_Class::*_Pm)          (_arg1,_arg2,_arg3) )
{
  return (mem_fun3_t<_Ret,_Class,_arg1,_arg2,_arg3>(_Pm));
}

Now, in order to bind the parameters, we have to write a binder function. So, here it goes:

template<typename _Func,typename _Ptr,typename _arg1,typename _arg2,typename _arg3>
class binder3
{
public:
//This is the constructor that does the binding part
binder3(_Func fn,_Ptr ptr,_arg1 i,_arg2 j,_arg3 k)
    :m_ptr(ptr),m_fn(fn),m1(i),m2(j),m3(k){}

 //and this is the function object 
 void operator()() const
 {
        m_fn(m_ptr,m1,m2,m3);//that calls the operator
    }
private:
    _Ptr m_ptr;
    _Func m_fn;
    _arg1 m1; _arg2 m2; _arg3 m3;
};

And, a helper function to use the binder3 class - bind3:

//a helper function to call binder3
template <typename _Func, typename _P1,typename _arg1,typename _arg2,typename _arg3>
binder3<_Func, _P1, _arg1, _arg2, _arg3> bind3(_Func func, _P1 p1,_arg1 i,_arg2 j,_arg3 k)
{
    return binder3<_Func, _P1, _arg1, _arg2, _arg3> (func, p1,i,j,k);
}

Now, we have to use this with the Command class; use the following typedef:

typedef binder3<mem_fun3_t<int,T,int,int,int> ,T* ,int,int,int> F3;
//and change the signature of the ctor
//just to illustrate the usage with a method signature taking more than one parameter
explicit Command(T* pObj,F3* p_method,long timeout,const char* key,
long priority = PRIO_NORMAL ):
m_objptr(pObj),m_timeout(timeout),m_key(key),m_value(priority),method1(0),method0(0),
method(0)
{
    method3 = p_method;
}

Here is how you call it:

F3 f3 = PluginThreadPool::bind3( PluginThreadPool::mem_fun3( 
      &CTask::ThreeParameterTask), task1,2122,23 );

Note: f3(); will call the method task1->ThreeParameterTask(21,22,23);.

The full context of this pattern at the following link

Take nth column in a text file

You can use the cut command:

cut -d' ' -f3,5 < datafile.txt

prints

1657 19.6117
1410 18.8302
3078 18.6695
2434 14.0508
3129 13.5495

the

  • -d' ' - mean, use space as a delimiter
  • -f3,5 - take and print 3rd and 5th column

The cut is much faster for large files as a pure shell solution. If your file is delimited with multiple whitespaces, you can remove them first, like:

sed 's/[\t ][\t ]*/ /g' < datafile.txt | cut -d' ' -f3,5

where the (gnu) sed will replace any tab or space characters with a single space.

For a variant - here is a perl solution too:

perl -lanE 'say "$F[2] $F[4]"' < datafile.txt

Using union and count(*) together in SQL query

select T1.name, count (*)
from (select name from Results 
      union 
      select name from Archive_Results) as T1
group by T1.name order by T1.name

How to add images in select list?

You already have several answers that suggest using JavaScript/jQuery. I am going to add an alternative that only uses HTML and CSS without any JS.

The basic idea is to use a set of radio buttons and labels (that will activate/deactivate the radio buttons), and with CSS control that only the label associated to the selected radio button will be displayed. If you want to allow selecting multiple values, you could achieve it by using checkboxes instead of radio buttons.

Here is an example. The code may be a bit messier (specially compared to the other solutions):

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.select-sim {_x000D_
  width:200px;_x000D_
  height:22px;_x000D_
  line-height:22px;_x000D_
  vertical-align:middle;_x000D_
  position:relative;_x000D_
  background:white;_x000D_
  border:1px solid #ccc;_x000D_
  overflow:hidden;_x000D_
}_x000D_
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.select-sim::after {_x000D_
  content:"?";_x000D_
  font-size:0.5em;_x000D_
  font-family:arial;_x000D_
  position:absolute;_x000D_
  top:50%;_x000D_
  right:5px;_x000D_
  transform:translate(0, -50%);_x000D_
}_x000D_
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.select-sim:hover::after {_x000D_
  content:"";_x000D_
}_x000D_
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.select-sim:hover {_x000D_
  overflow:visible;_x000D_
}_x000D_
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.select-sim:hover .options .option label {_x000D_
  display:inline-block;_x000D_
}_x000D_
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.select-sim:hover .options {_x000D_
  background:white;_x000D_
  border:1px solid #ccc;_x000D_
  position:absolute;_x000D_
  top:-1px;_x000D_
  left:-1px;_x000D_
  width:100%;_x000D_
  height:88px;_x000D_
  overflow-y:scroll;_x000D_
}_x000D_
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.select-sim .options .option {_x000D_
  overflow:hidden;_x000D_
}_x000D_
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.select-sim:hover .options .option {_x000D_
  height:22px;_x000D_
  overflow:hidden;_x000D_
}_x000D_
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.select-sim .options .option img {_x000D_
  vertical-align:middle;_x000D_
}_x000D_
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.select-sim .options .option label {_x000D_
  display:none;_x000D_
}_x000D_
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.select-sim .options .option input {_x000D_
  width:0;_x000D_
  height:0;_x000D_
  overflow:hidden;_x000D_
  margin:0;_x000D_
  padding:0;_x000D_
  float:left;_x000D_
  display:inline-block;_x000D_
  /* fix specific for Firefox */_x000D_
  position: absolute;_x000D_
  left: -10000px;_x000D_
}_x000D_
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.select-sim .options .option input:checked + label {_x000D_
  display:block;_x000D_
  width:100%;_x000D_
}_x000D_
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.select-sim:hover .options .option input + label {_x000D_
  display:block;_x000D_
}_x000D_
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.select-sim:hover .options .option input:checked + label {_x000D_
  background:#fffff0;_x000D_
}
_x000D_
<div class="select-sim" id="select-color">_x000D_
  <div class="options">_x000D_
    <div class="option">_x000D_
      <input type="radio" name="color" value="" id="color-" checked />_x000D_
      <label for="color-">_x000D_
        <img src="http://placehold.it/22/ffffff/ffffff" alt="" /> Select an option_x000D_
      </label>_x000D_
    </div>_x000D_
    <div class="option">_x000D_
      <input type="radio" name="color" value="red" id="color-red" />_x000D_
      <label for="color-red">_x000D_
        <img src="http://placehold.it/22/ff0000/ffffff" alt="" /> Red_x000D_
      </label>_x000D_
    </div>_x000D_
    <div class="option">_x000D_
      <input type="radio" name="color" value="green" id="color-green" />_x000D_
      <label for="color-green">_x000D_
        <img src="http://placehold.it/22/00ff00/ffffff" alt="" /> Green_x000D_
      </label>_x000D_
    </div>_x000D_
    <div class="option">_x000D_
      <input type="radio" name="color" value="blue" id="color-blue" />_x000D_
      <label for="color-blue">_x000D_
        <img src="http://placehold.it/22/0000ff/ffffff" alt="" /> Blue_x000D_
      </label>_x000D_
    </div>_x000D_
    <div class="option">_x000D_
      <input type="radio" name="color" value="yellow" id="color-yellow" />_x000D_
      <label for="color-yellow">_x000D_
        <img src="http://placehold.it/22/ffff00/ffffff" alt="" /> Yellow_x000D_
      </label>_x000D_
    </div>_x000D_
    <div class="option">_x000D_
      <input type="radio" name="color" value="pink" id="color-pink" />_x000D_
      <label for="color-pink">_x000D_
        <img src="http://placehold.it/22/ff00ff/ffffff" alt="" /> Pink_x000D_
      </label>_x000D_
    </div>_x000D_
    <div class="option">_x000D_
      <input type="radio" name="color" value="turquoise" id="color-turquoise" />_x000D_
      <label for="color-turquoise">_x000D_
        <img src="http://placehold.it/22/00ffff/ffffff" alt="" /> Turquoise_x000D_
      </label>_x000D_
    </div>_x000D_
  </div>_x000D_
</div>
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Can (domain name) subdomains have an underscore "_" in it?

Here my 2 cents from Java world:

From a Spark Scala console, with Java 8:

scala> new java.net.URI("spark://spark_master").getHost
res10: String = null

scala> new java.net.URI("spark://spark-master").getHost
res11: String = spark-master

scala> new java.net.URI("spark://spark_master.google.fr").getHost
res12: String = null

scala> new java.net.URI("spark://spark.master.google.fr").getHost
res13: String = spark.master.google.fr

scala> new java.net.URI("spark://spark-master.google.fr:3434").getHost
res14: String = spark-master.google.fr

scala> new java.net.URI("spark://spark-master.goo_gle.fr:3434").getHost
res15: String = null

It's definitely a bad idea ^^

Capturing TAB key in text box

I would advise against changing the default behaviour of a key. I do as much as possible without touching a mouse, so if you make my tab key not move to the next field on a form I will be very aggravated.

A shortcut key could be useful however, especially with large code blocks and nesting. Shift-TAB is a bad option because that normally takes me to the previous field on a form. Maybe a new button on the WMD editor to insert a code-TAB, with a shortcut key, would be possible?

Selenium C# WebDriver: Wait until element is present

Using the solution provided by Mike Kwan may have an impact in overall testing performance, since the implicit wait will be used in all FindElement calls.

Many times you'll want the FindElement to fail right away when an element is not present (you're testing for a malformed page, missing elements, etc.). With the implicit wait these operations would wait for the whole timeout to expire before throwing the exception. The default implicit wait is set to 0 seconds.

I've written a little extension method to IWebDriver that adds a timeout (in seconds) parameter to the FindElement() method. It's quite self-explanatory:

public static class WebDriverExtensions
{
    public static IWebElement FindElement(this IWebDriver driver, By by, int timeoutInSeconds)
    {
        if (timeoutInSeconds > 0)
        {
            var wait = new WebDriverWait(driver, TimeSpan.FromSeconds(timeoutInSeconds));
            return wait.Until(drv => drv.FindElement(by));
        }
        return driver.FindElement(by);
    }
}

I didn't cache the WebDriverWait object as its creation is very cheap, this extension may be used simultaneously for different WebDriver objects, and I only do optimizations when ultimately needed.

Usage is straightforward:

var driver = new FirefoxDriver();
driver.Navigate().GoToUrl("http://localhost/mypage");
var btn = driver.FindElement(By.CssSelector("#login_button"));
btn.Click();
var employeeLabel = driver.FindElement(By.CssSelector("#VCC_VSL"), 10);
Assert.AreEqual("Employee", employeeLabel.Text);
driver.Close();

Cursor adapter and sqlite example

CursorAdapter Example with Sqlite

...
DatabaseHelper helper = new DatabaseHelper(this);
aListView = (ListView) findViewById(R.id.aListView);
Cursor c = helper.getAllContacts();
CustomAdapter adapter = new CustomAdapter(this, c);
aListView.setAdapter(adapter);
...

class CustomAdapter extends CursorAdapter {
    // CursorAdapter will handle all the moveToFirst(), getCount() logic for you :)

    public CustomAdapter(Context context, Cursor c) {
        super(context, c);
    }

    public void bindView(View view, Context context, Cursor cursor) {
        String id = cursor.getString(0);
        String name = cursor.getString(1);
        // Get all the values
        // Use it however you need to
        TextView textView = (TextView) view;
        textView.setText(name);
    }

    public View newView(Context context, Cursor cursor, ViewGroup parent) {
        // Inflate your view here.
        TextView view = new TextView(context);
        return view;
    }
}

private final class DatabaseHelper extends SQLiteOpenHelper {

    private static final String DATABASE_NAME = "db_name";
    private static final int DATABASE_VERSION = 1;
    private static final String CREATE_TABLE_TIMELINE = "CREATE TABLE IF NOT EXISTS table_name (_id INTEGER PRIMARY KEY AUTOINCREMENT, name varchar);";

    public DatabaseHelper(Context context) {
        super(context, DATABASE_NAME, null, DATABASE_VERSION);
    }

    @Override
    public void onCreate(SQLiteDatabase db) {
        db.execSQL(CREATE_TABLE_TIMELINE);
        db.execSQL("INSERT INTO ddd (name) VALUES ('One')");
        db.execSQL("INSERT INTO ddd (name) VALUES ('Two')");
        db.execSQL("INSERT INTO ddd (name) VALUES ('Three')");
    }

    @Override
    public void onUpgrade(SQLiteDatabase db, int oldVersion, int newVersion) {
    }

    public Cursor getAllContacts() {
        String selectQuery = "SELECT  * FROM table_name;
        SQLiteDatabase db = this.getReadableDatabase();
        Cursor cursor = db.rawQuery(selectQuery, null);
        return cursor;
    }
}

Unsupported major.minor version 52.0

You may want to check your Run Configurations setting if you're using Eclipse v4.4 (Luna) and have already completed all steps mentioned above.

There could be several possibilities that cause this error. The root cause is a mismatch of the project require compilation in JDK1.8/JRE8 while the environment compiler is JDK1.7/JRE7.

You can check my blog post to go through all your settings are correct.

How to write a JSON file in C#?

Update 2020: It's been 7 years since I wrote this answer. It still seems to be getting a lot of attention. In 2013 Newtonsoft Json.Net was THE answer to this problem. Now it's still a good answer to this problem but it's no longer the the only viable option. To add some up-to-date caveats to this answer:

  • .Net Core now has the spookily similar System.Text.Json serialiser (see below)
  • The days of the JavaScriptSerializer have thankfully passed and this class isn't even in .Net Core. This invalidates a lot of the comparisons ran by Newtonsoft.
  • It's also recently come to my attention, via some vulnerability scanning software we use in work that Json.Net hasn't had an update in some time. Updates in 2020 have dried up and the latest version, 12.0.3, is over a year old.
  • The speed tests quoted below are comparing an older version of Json.Nt (version 6.0 and like I said the latest is 12.0.3) with an outdated .Net Framework serialiser.

Are Json.Net's days numbered? It's still used a LOT and it's still used by MS librarties. So probably not. But this does feel like the beginning of the end for this library that may well of just run it's course.


Update since .Net Core 3.0

A new kid on the block since writing this is System.Text.Json which has been added to .Net Core 3.0. Microsoft makes several claims to how this is, now, better than Newtonsoft. Including that it is faster than Newtonsoft. as below, I'd advise you to test this yourself .


I would recommend Json.Net, see example below:

List<data> _data = new List<data>();
_data.Add(new data()
{
    Id = 1,
    SSN = 2,
    Message = "A Message"
});

string json = JsonConvert.SerializeObject(_data.ToArray());

//write string to file
System.IO.File.WriteAllText(@"D:\path.txt", json);

Or the slightly more efficient version of the above code (doesn't use a string as a buffer):

//open file stream
using (StreamWriter file = File.CreateText(@"D:\path.txt"))
{
     JsonSerializer serializer = new JsonSerializer();
     //serialize object directly into file stream
     serializer.Serialize(file, _data);
}

Documentation: Serialize JSON to a file


Why? Here's a feature comparison between common serialisers as well as benchmark tests .

Below is a graph of performance taken from the linked article:

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This separate post, states that:

Json.NET has always been memory efficient, streaming the reading and writing large documents rather than loading them entirely into memory, but I was able to find a couple of key places where object allocations could be reduced...... (now) Json.Net (6.0) allocates 8 times less memory than JavaScriptSerializer


Benchmarks appear to be Json.Net 5, the current version (on writing) is 10. What version of standard .Net serialisers used is not mentioned

These tests are obviously from the developers who maintain the library. I have not verified their claims. If in doubt test them yourself.

Sass calculate percent minus px

IF you know the width of the container, you could do like this:

#container
  width: #{200}px
  #element
    width: #{(0.25 * 200) - 5}px

I'm aware that in many cases #container could have a relative width. Then this wouldn't work.

CALL command vs. START with /WAIT option

For exe files, I suppose the differences are nearly unimportant.
But to start an exe you don't even need CALL.

When starting another batch it's a big difference,
as CALL will start it in the same window and the called batch has access to the same variable context.
So it can also change variables which affects the caller.

START will create a new cmd.exe for the called batch and without /b it will open a new window.
As it's a new context, variables can't be shared.

Differences

Using start /wait <prog>
- Changes of environment variables are lost when the <prog> ends
- The caller waits until the <prog> is finished

Using call <prog>
- For exe it can be ommited, because it's equal to just starting <prog>
- For an exe-prog the caller batch waits or starts the exe asynchronous, but the behaviour depends on the exe itself.
- For batch files, the caller batch continues, when the called <batch-file> finishes, WITHOUT call the control will not return to the caller batch

Addendum:

Using CALL can change the parameters (for batch and exe files), but only when they contain carets or percent signs.

call myProg param1 param^^2 "param^3" %%path%%

Will be expanded to (from within an batch file)

myProg param1 param2 param^^3 <content of path>

Encrypt and Decrypt in Java

You may want to use the jasypt library (Java Simplified Encryption), which is quite easy to use. ( Also, it's recommended to check against the encrypted password rather than decrypting the encrypted password )

To use jasypt, if you're using maven, you can include jasypt into your pom.xml file as follows:

<dependency>
    <groupId>org.jasypt</groupId>
    <artifactId>jasypt</artifactId>
    <version>1.9.3</version>
    <scope>compile</scope>
</dependency>

And then to encrypt the password, you can use StrongPasswordEncryptor

public static String encryptPassword(String inputPassword) {
    StrongPasswordEncryptor encryptor = new StrongPasswordEncryptor();
    return encryptor.encryptPassword(inputPassword);
}

Note: the encrypted password is different every time you call encryptPassword but the checkPassword method can still check that the unencrypted password still matches each of the encrypted passwords.

And to check the unencrypted password against the encrypted password, you can use the checkPassword method:

public static boolean checkPassword(String inputPassword, String encryptedStoredPassword) {
    StrongPasswordEncryptor encryptor = new StrongPasswordEncryptor();
    return encryptor.checkPassword(inputPassword, encryptedStoredPassword);
}

The page below provides detailed information on the complexities involved in creating safe encrypted passwords.

http://www.jasypt.org/howtoencryptuserpasswords.html

How do you uninstall MySQL from Mac OS X?

You should also check /var/db/receipts and remove all entries that contain com.mysql.*

Using sudo rm -rf /var/db/receipts/com.mysql.* didn't work for me. I had to go into var/db/receipts and delete each one seperately.

Calculating a 2D Vector's Cross Product

Implementation 1 returns the magnitude of the vector that would result from a regular 3D cross product of the input vectors, taking their Z values implicitly as 0 (i.e. treating the 2D space as a plane in the 3D space). The 3D cross product will be perpendicular to that plane, and thus have 0 X & Y components (thus the scalar returned is the Z value of the 3D cross product vector).

Note that the magnitude of the vector resulting from 3D cross product is also equal to the area of the parallelogram between the two vectors, which gives Implementation 1 another purpose. In addition, this area is signed and can be used to determine whether rotating from V1 to V2 moves in an counter clockwise or clockwise direction. It should also be noted that implementation 1 is the determinant of the 2x2 matrix built from these two vectors.

Implementation 2 returns a vector perpendicular to the input vector still in the same 2D plane. Not a cross product in the classical sense but consistent in the "give me a perpendicular vector" sense.

Note that 3D euclidean space is closed under the cross product operation--that is, a cross product of two 3D vectors returns another 3D vector. Both of the above 2D implementations are inconsistent with that in one way or another.

Hope this helps...

Add JavaScript object to JavaScript object

As my first object is a native javascript object (used like a list of objects), push didn't work in my escenario, but I resolved it by adding new key as following:

MyObjList['newKey'] = obj;

In addition to this, may be usefull to know how to delete same object inserted before:

delete MyObjList['newKey'][id];

Hope it helps someone as it helped me;

Set cookie and get cookie with JavaScript

These are much much better references than w3schools (the most awful web reference ever made):

Examples derived from these references:

// sets the cookie cookie1
document.cookie = 'cookie1=test; expires=Sun, 1 Jan 2023 00:00:00 UTC; path=/'

// sets the cookie cookie2 (cookie1 is *not* overwritten)
document.cookie = 'cookie2=test; expires=Sun, 1 Jan 2023 00:00:00 UTC; path=/'

// remove cookie2
document.cookie = 'cookie2=; expires=Thu, 01 Jan 1970 00:00:00 UTC; path=/'

The Mozilla reference even has a nice cookie library you can use.

Generating a Random Number between 1 and 10 Java

The standard way to do this is as follows:

Provide:

  • min Minimum value
  • max Maximum value

and get in return a Integer between min and max, inclusive.

Random rand = new Random();

// nextInt as provided by Random is exclusive of the top value so you need to add 1 

int randomNum = rand.nextInt((max - min) + 1) + min;

See the relevant JavaDoc.

As explained by Aurund, Random objects created within a short time of each other will tend to produce similar output, so it would be a good idea to keep the created Random object as a field, rather than in a method.

How to print a Groovy variable in Jenkins?

You shouldn't use ${varName} when you're outside of strings, you should just use varName. Inside strings you use it like this; echo "this is a string ${someVariable}";. Infact you can place an general java expression inside of ${...}; echo "this is a string ${func(arg1, arg2)}.

Compare two dates with JavaScript

Try using this code

var f =date1.split("/");

var t =date2.split("/");

var x =parseInt(f[2]+f[1]+f[0]);

var y =parseInt(t[2]+t[1]+t[0]);

if(x > y){
    alert("date1 is after date2");
}

else if(x < y){
    alert("date1 is before date2");
}

else{
    alert("both date are same");
}

NotificationCenter issue on Swift 3

Notifications appear to have changed again (October 2016).

// Register to receive notification

NotificationCenter.default.addObserver(self, selector: #selector(yourClass.yourMethod), name: NSNotification.Name(rawValue: "yourNotificatioName"), object: nil)

// Post notification

NotificationCenter.default.post(name: NSNotification.Name(rawValue: "yourNotificationName"), object: nil)

How to check Grants Permissions at Run-Time?

fun hasPermission(permission: String): Boolean {
      if (Build.VERSION.SDK_INT < Build.VERSION_CODES.M) return true // must be granted after installed.
      return mAppSet.appContext.checkSelfPermission(permission) == PackageManager.PERMISSION_GRANTED
}

What is the difference between dim and set in vba

There's no reason to use set unless referring to an object reference. It's good practice to only use it in that context. For all other simple data types, just use an assignment operator. It's a good idea to dim (dimension) ALL variables however:

Examples of simple data types would be integer, long, boolean, string. These are just data types and do not have their own methods and properties.

Dim i as Integer
i = 5

Dim myWord as String
myWord = "Whatever I want"

An example of an object would be a Range, a Worksheet, or a Workbook. These have their own methods and properties.

Dim myRange as Range
Set myRange = Sheet1.Range("A1")

If you try to use the last line without Set, VB will throw an error. Now that you have an object declared you can access its properties and methods.

myString = myRange.Value

Delete statement in SQL is very slow

open CMD and run this commands

NET STOP MSSQLSERVER
NET START MSSQLSERVER

this will restart the SQL Server instance. try to run again after your delete command

I have this command in a batch script and run it from time to time if I'm encountering problems like this. A normal PC restart will not be the same so restarting the instance is the most effective way if you are encountering some issues with your sql server.

How do I make a Docker container start automatically on system boot?

You can use docker update --restart=on-failure <container ID or name>.

On top of what the name suggests, on-failure will not only restart the container on failure, but also at system boot.

Per the documentation, there are multiple restart options:

Flag            Description
no              Do not automatically restart the container. (the default)
on-failure      Restart the container if it exits due to an error, which manifests as a non-zero exit code.
always          Always restart the container if it stops. If it is manually stopped, it is restarted only when Docker daemon restarts or the container itself is manually restarted. (See the second bullet listed in restart policy details)
unless-stopped  Similar to always, except that when the container is stopped (manually or otherwise), it is not restarted even after Docker daemon restarts.

WHERE clause on SQL Server "Text" data type

This works in MSSQL and MySQL:

SELECT *
FROM   Village
WHERE  CastleType LIKE '%foo%';