Programs & Examples On #Radgrid

RadGrid is an ASP.NET based grid control by Telerik that provides many advanced functions.

How to change the buttons text using javascript

You can toggle filterstatus value like this

filterstatus ^= 1;

So your function looks like

function showFilterItem(objButton) {
if (filterstatus == 0) {
    $find('<%=FileAdminRadGrid.ClientID %>').get_masterTableView().showFilterItem();
    objButton.value = "Hide Filter";
}
else {
    $find('<%=FileAdminRadGrid.ClientID %>').get_masterTableView().hideFilterItem();
    objButton.value = "Show filter";
}
  filterstatus ^= 1;    
}

How do I exclude all instances of a transitive dependency when using Gradle?

I was using spring boot 1.5.10 and tries to exclude logback, the given solution above did not work well, I use configurations instead

configurations.all {
    exclude group: "org.springframework.boot", module:"spring-boot-starter-logging"
}

Java Immutable Collections

I believe the point here is that even if a collection is Unmodifiable, that does not ensure that it cannot change. Take for example a collection that evicts elements if they are too old. Unmodifiable just means that the object holding the reference cannot change it, not that it cannot change. A true example of this is Collections.unmodifiableList method. It returns an unmodifiable view of a List. The the List reference that was passed into this method is still modifiable and so the list can be modified by any holder of the reference that was passed. This can result in ConcurrentModificationExceptions and other bad things.

Immutable, mean that in no way can the collection be changed.

Second question: An Immutable collection does not mean that the objects contained in the collection will not change, just that collection will not change in the number and composition of objects that it holds. In other words, the collection's list of references will not change. That does not mean that the internals of the object being referenced cannot change.

Binding an enum to a WinForms combo box, and then setting it

The Enum

public enum Status { Active = 0, Canceled = 3 }; 

Setting the drop down values from it

cbStatus.DataSource = Enum.GetValues(typeof(Status));

Getting the enum from the selected item

Status status; 
Enum.TryParse<Status>(cbStatus.SelectedValue.ToString(), out status); 

org.apache.catalina.core.StandardContext startInternal SEVERE: Error listenerStart

It can be due to a number of reasons happening when configuring the listener. Best way is to log and see the actual error. You can do this by adding a logging.properties file to the root of your classpath with the following contents:

org.apache.catalina.core.ContainerBase.[Catalina].level = INFO org.apache.catalina.core.ContainerBase.[Catalina].handlers = java.util.logging.ConsoleHandler

How to add a button dynamically using jquery

Try this:

<script type="text/javascript">

function test()
{
    if($('input#field').length==0)
    {
       $('<input type="button" id="field"/>').appendTo('body');
     }
}
</script>

Export to csv in jQuery

You can do that in the client side only, in browser that accept Data URIs:

data:application/csv;charset=utf-8,content_encoded_as_url

In your example the Data URI must be:

data:application/csv;charset=utf-8,Col1%2CCol2%2CCol3%0AVal1%2CVal2%2CVal3%0AVal11%2CVal22%2CVal33%0AVal111%2CVal222%2CVal333

You can call this URI by:

  • using window.open
  • or setting the window.location
  • or by the href of an anchor
  • by adding the download attribute it will work in chrome, still have to test in IE.

To test, simply copy the URIs above and paste in your browser address bar. Or test the anchor below in a HTML page:

<a download="somedata.csv" href="data:application/csv;charset=utf-8,Col1%2CCol2%2CCol3%0AVal1%2CVal2%2CVal3%0AVal11%2CVal22%2CVal33%0AVal111%2CVal222%2CVal333">Example</a>

To create the content, getting the values from the table, you can use table2CSV and do:

var data = $table.table2CSV({delivery:'value'});

$('<a></a>')
    .attr('id','downloadFile')
    .attr('href','data:text/csv;charset=utf8,' + encodeURIComponent(data))
    .attr('download','filename.csv')
    .appendTo('body');

$('#downloadFile').ready(function() {
    $('#downloadFile').get(0).click();
});

Most, if not all, versions of IE don't support navigation to a data link, so a hack must be implemented, often with an iframe. Using an iFrame combined with document.execCommand('SaveAs'..), you can get similar behavior on most currently used versions of IE.

Convert PDF to image with high resolution

You can do it in LibreOffice Draw (which is usually preinstalled in Ubuntu):

  1. Open PDF file in LibreOffice Draw.
  2. Scroll to the page you need.
  3. Make sure text/image elements are placed correctly. If not, you can adjust/edit them on the page.
  4. Top menu: File > Export...
  5. Select the image format you need in the bottom-right menu. I recommend PNG.
  6. Name your file and click Save.
  7. Options window will appear, so you can adjust resolution and size.
  8. Click OK, and you are done.

How to change position of Toast in Android?

From the documentation,

Positioning your Toast

A standard toast notification appears near the bottom of the screen, centered horizontally. You can change this position with the setGravity(int, int, int) method. This accepts three parameters: a Gravity constant, an x-position offset, and a y-position offset.

For example, if you decide that the toast should appear in the top-left corner, you can set the gravity like this:

toast.setGravity(Gravity.TOP|Gravity.LEFT, 0, 0);

If you want to nudge the position to the right, increase the value of the second parameter. To nudge it down, increase the value of the last parameter.

How to create a file in Android?

From here: http://www.anddev.org/working_with_files-t115.html

//Writing a file...  



try { 
       // catches IOException below
       final String TESTSTRING = new String("Hello Android");

       /* We have to use the openFileOutput()-method
       * the ActivityContext provides, to
       * protect your file from others and
       * This is done for security-reasons.
       * We chose MODE_WORLD_READABLE, because
       *  we have nothing to hide in our file */             
       FileOutputStream fOut = openFileOutput("samplefile.txt",
                                                            MODE_PRIVATE);
       OutputStreamWriter osw = new OutputStreamWriter(fOut); 

       // Write the string to the file
       osw.write(TESTSTRING);

       /* ensure that everything is
        * really written out and close */
       osw.flush();
       osw.close();

//Reading the file back...

       /* We have to use the openFileInput()-method
        * the ActivityContext provides.
        * Again for security reasons with
        * openFileInput(...) */

        FileInputStream fIn = openFileInput("samplefile.txt");
        InputStreamReader isr = new InputStreamReader(fIn);

        /* Prepare a char-Array that will
         * hold the chars we read back in. */
        char[] inputBuffer = new char[TESTSTRING.length()];

        // Fill the Buffer with data from the file
        isr.read(inputBuffer);

        // Transform the chars to a String
        String readString = new String(inputBuffer);

        // Check if we read back the same chars that we had written out
        boolean isTheSame = TESTSTRING.equals(readString);

        Log.i("File Reading stuff", "success = " + isTheSame);

    } catch (IOException ioe) 
      {ioe.printStackTrace();}

What is the best way to parse html in C#?

Use WatiN if you need to see the impact of JS on the page [and you're prepared to start a browser]

Get filename in batch for loop

If you want to remain both filename (only) and extension, you may use %~nxF:

FOR /R C:\Directory %F in (*.*) do echo %~nxF

Preserve line breaks in angularjs

Just add this to your styles, this works for me

white-space: pre-wrap

By this text in <textarea>can be display as it's in there with spaces and line brakes

HTML

   <p class="text-style">{{product?.description}}</p>

CSS

.text-style{
    white-space: pre-wrap
}

Color different parts of a RichTextBox string

I have expanded the method with font as a parameter:

public static void AppendText(this RichTextBox box, string text, Color color, Font font)
{
    box.SelectionStart = box.TextLength;
    box.SelectionLength = 0;

    box.SelectionColor = color;
    box.SelectionFont = font;
    box.AppendText(text);
    box.SelectionColor = box.ForeColor;
}

Why does CSS not support negative padding?

Fitting an Iframe inside containers will not match the size of the container. It adds about 20px of padding. Currently there is no easy way to fix this. You need javascript (http://css-tricks.com/snippets/jquery/fit-iframe-to-content/)

Negative margins would be an easy solution.

The EntityManager is closed

this how you reset the enitityManager in Symfony3. It should reopen the em if it has been closed:

In a Controller:

$em = $this->getDoctrine()->resetEntityManager();

In a service:

  if (!$this->em->isOpen()) {
        $this->managerRegistry->resetManager('managername');
        $this->em = $this->managerRegistry->getManager('default');
    }

    $this->em->persist(...);

Don't forget to inject the '@doctrine' as a service argument in service.yml!

I'm wondering, if this problem happens if different methodes concurrently tries to access the same entity at the same time?

Is it better to use NOT or <> when comparing values?

Agreed, code readability is very important for others, but more importantly yourself. Imagine how difficult it would be to understand the first example in comparison to the second.

If code takes more than a few seconds to read (understand), perhaps there is a better way to write it. In this case, the second way.

jQuery Datepicker close datepicker after selected date

This is my edited version : you just need to add an extra argument "autoClose".

example :

 $('input[name="fieldName"]').datepicker({ autoClose: true});

also you can specify a close callback if you want. :)

replace datepicker.js with this:

!function( $ ) {

// Picker object

var Datepicker = function(element, options , closeCallBack){
    this.element = $(element);
    this.format = DPGlobal.parseFormat(options.format||this.element.data('date-format')||'dd/mm/yyyy');
    this.autoClose = options.autoClose||this.element.data('date-autoClose')|| true;
    this.closeCallback = closeCallBack || function(){};
    this.picker = $(DPGlobal.template)
                        .appendTo('body')
                        .on({
                            click: $.proxy(this.click, this)//,
                            //mousedown: $.proxy(this.mousedown, this)
                        });
    this.isInput = this.element.is('input');
    this.component = this.element.is('.date') ? this.element.find('.add-on') : false;

    if (this.isInput) {
        this.element.on({
            focus: $.proxy(this.show, this),
            //blur: $.proxy(this.hide, this),
            keyup: $.proxy(this.update, this)
        });
    } else {
        if (this.component){
            this.component.on('click', $.proxy(this.show, this));
        } else {
            this.element.on('click', $.proxy(this.show, this));
        }
    }

    this.minViewMode = options.minViewMode||this.element.data('date-minviewmode')||0;
    if (typeof this.minViewMode === 'string') {
        switch (this.minViewMode) {
            case 'months':
                this.minViewMode = 1;
                break;
            case 'years':
                this.minViewMode = 2;
                break;
            default:
                this.minViewMode = 0;
                break;
        }
    }
    this.viewMode = options.viewMode||this.element.data('date-viewmode')||0;
    if (typeof this.viewMode === 'string') {
        switch (this.viewMode) {
            case 'months':
                this.viewMode = 1;
                break;
            case 'years':
                this.viewMode = 2;
                break;
            default:
                this.viewMode = 0;
                break;
        }
    }
    this.startViewMode = this.viewMode;
    this.weekStart = options.weekStart||this.element.data('date-weekstart')||0;
    this.weekEnd = this.weekStart === 0 ? 6 : this.weekStart - 1;
    this.onRender = options.onRender;
    this.fillDow();
    this.fillMonths();
    this.update();
    this.showMode();
};

Datepicker.prototype = {
    constructor: Datepicker,

    show: function(e) {
        this.picker.show();
        this.height = this.component ? this.component.outerHeight() : this.element.outerHeight();
        this.place();
        $(window).on('resize', $.proxy(this.place, this));
        if (e ) {
            e.stopPropagation();
            e.preventDefault();
        }
        if (!this.isInput) {
        }
        var that = this;
        $(document).on('mousedown', function(ev){
            if ($(ev.target).closest('.datepicker').length == 0) {
                that.hide();
            }
        });
        this.element.trigger({
            type: 'show',
            date: this.date
        });
    },

    hide: function(){
        this.picker.hide();
        $(window).off('resize', this.place);
        this.viewMode = this.startViewMode;
        this.showMode();
        if (!this.isInput) {
            $(document).off('mousedown', this.hide);
        }
        //this.set();
        this.element.trigger({
            type: 'hide',
            date: this.date
        });
    },

    set: function() {
        var formated = DPGlobal.formatDate(this.date, this.format);
        if (!this.isInput) {
            if (this.component){
                this.element.find('input').prop('value', formated);
            }
            this.element.data('date', formated);
        } else {
            this.element.prop('value', formated);
        }
    },

    setValue: function(newDate) {
        if (typeof newDate === 'string') {
            this.date = DPGlobal.parseDate(newDate, this.format);
        } else {
            this.date = new Date(newDate);
        }
        this.set();
        this.viewDate = new Date(this.date.getFullYear(), this.date.getMonth(), 1, 0, 0, 0, 0);
        this.fill();
    },

    place: function(){
        var offset = this.component ? this.component.offset() : this.element.offset();
        this.picker.css({
            top: offset.top + this.height,
            left: offset.left
        });
    },

    update: function(newDate){
        this.date = DPGlobal.parseDate(
            typeof newDate === 'string' ? newDate : (this.isInput ? this.element.prop('value') : this.element.data('date')),
            this.format
        );
        this.viewDate = new Date(this.date.getFullYear(), this.date.getMonth(), 1, 0, 0, 0, 0);
        this.fill();
    },

    fillDow: function(){
        var dowCnt = this.weekStart;
        var html = '<tr>';
        while (dowCnt < this.weekStart + 7) {
            html += '<th class="dow">'+DPGlobal.dates.daysMin[(dowCnt++)%7]+'</th>';
        }
        html += '</tr>';
        this.picker.find('.datepicker-days thead').append(html);
    },

    fillMonths: function(){
        var html = '';
        var i = 0
        while (i < 12) {
            html += '<span class="month">'+DPGlobal.dates.monthsShort[i++]+'</span>';
        }
        this.picker.find('.datepicker-months td').append(html);
    },

    fill: function() {
        var d = new Date(this.viewDate),
            year = d.getFullYear(),
            month = d.getMonth(),
            currentDate = this.date.valueOf();
        this.picker.find('.datepicker-days th:eq(1)')
                    .text(DPGlobal.dates.months[month]+' '+year);
        var prevMonth = new Date(year, month-1, 28,0,0,0,0),
            day = DPGlobal.getDaysInMonth(prevMonth.getFullYear(), prevMonth.getMonth());
        prevMonth.setDate(day);
        prevMonth.setDate(day - (prevMonth.getDay() - this.weekStart + 7)%7);
        var nextMonth = new Date(prevMonth);
        nextMonth.setDate(nextMonth.getDate() + 42);
        nextMonth = nextMonth.valueOf();
        var html = [];
        var clsName,
            prevY,
            prevM;
        while(prevMonth.valueOf() < nextMonth) {zs
            if (prevMonth.getDay() === this.weekStart) {
                html.push('<tr>');
            }
            clsName = this.onRender(prevMonth);
            prevY = prevMonth.getFullYear();
            prevM = prevMonth.getMonth();
            if ((prevM < month &&  prevY === year) ||  prevY < year) {
                clsName += ' old';
            } else if ((prevM > month && prevY === year) || prevY > year) {
                clsName += ' new';
            }
            if (prevMonth.valueOf() === currentDate) {
                clsName += ' active';
            }
            html.push('<td class="day '+clsName+'">'+prevMonth.getDate() + '</td>');
            if (prevMonth.getDay() === this.weekEnd) {
                html.push('</tr>');
            }
            prevMonth.setDate(prevMonth.getDate()+1);
        }
        this.picker.find('.datepicker-days tbody').empty().append(html.join(''));
        var currentYear = this.date.getFullYear();

        var months = this.picker.find('.datepicker-months')
                    .find('th:eq(1)')
                        .text(year)
                        .end()
                    .find('span').removeClass('active');
        if (currentYear === year) {
            months.eq(this.date.getMonth()).addClass('active');
        }

        html = '';
        year = parseInt(year/10, 10) * 10;
        var yearCont = this.picker.find('.datepicker-years')
                            .find('th:eq(1)')
                                .text(year + '-' + (year + 9))
                                .end()
                            .find('td');
        year -= 1;
        for (var i = -1; i < 11; i++) {
            html += '<span class="year'+(i === -1 || i === 10 ? ' old' : '')+(currentYear === year ? ' active' : '')+'">'+year+'</span>';
            year += 1;
        }
        yearCont.html(html);
    },

    click: function(e) {
        e.stopPropagation();
        e.preventDefault();
        var target = $(e.target).closest('span, td, th');
        if (target.length === 1) {
            switch(target[0].nodeName.toLowerCase()) {
                case 'th':
                    switch(target[0].className) {
                        case 'switch':
                            this.showMode(1);
                            break;
                        case 'prev':
                        case 'next':
                            this.viewDate['set'+DPGlobal.modes[this.viewMode].navFnc].call(
                                this.viewDate,
                                this.viewDate['get'+DPGlobal.modes[this.viewMode].navFnc].call(this.viewDate) + 
                                DPGlobal.modes[this.viewMode].navStep * (target[0].className === 'prev' ? -1 : 1)
                            );
                            this.fill();
                            this.set();
                            break;
                    }
                    break;
                case 'span':
                    if (target.is('.month')) {
                        var month = target.parent().find('span').index(target);
                        this.viewDate.setMonth(month);
                    } else {
                        var year = parseInt(target.text(), 10)||0;
                        this.viewDate.setFullYear(year);
                    }
                    if (this.viewMode !== 0) {
                        this.date = new Date(this.viewDate);
                        this.element.trigger({
                            type: 'changeDate',
                            date: this.date,
                            viewMode: DPGlobal.modes[this.viewMode].clsName
                        });
                    }
                    this.showMode(-1);
                    this.fill();
                    this.set();
                    break;
                case 'td':
                    if (target.is('.day') && !target.is('.disabled')){
                        var day = parseInt(target.text(), 10)||1;
                        var month = this.viewDate.getMonth();
                        if (target.is('.old')) {
                            month -= 1;
                        } else if (target.is('.new')) {
                            month += 1;
                        }
                        var year = this.viewDate.getFullYear();
                        this.date = new Date(year, month, day,0,0,0,0);
                        this.viewDate = new Date(year, month, Math.min(28, day),0,0,0,0);
                        this.fill();
                        this.set();
                        this.element.trigger({
                            type: 'changeDate',
                            date: this.date,
                            viewMode: DPGlobal.modes[this.viewMode].clsName
                        });
                        if(this.autoClose === true){
                            this.hide();
                            this.closeCallback();
                        }

                    }
                    break;
            }
        }
    },

    mousedown: function(e){
        e.stopPropagation();
        e.preventDefault();
    },

    showMode: function(dir) {
        if (dir) {
            this.viewMode = Math.max(this.minViewMode, Math.min(2, this.viewMode + dir));
        }
        this.picker.find('>div').hide().filter('.datepicker-'+DPGlobal.modes[this.viewMode].clsName).show();
    }
};

$.fn.datepicker = function ( option, val ) {
    return this.each(function () {
        var $this = $(this);
        var datePicker = $this.data('datepicker');
        var options = typeof option === 'object' && option;
        if (!datePicker) {
            if (typeof val === 'function')
                $this.data('datepicker', (datePicker = new Datepicker(this, $.extend({}, $.fn.datepicker.defaults,options),val)));
            else{
                $this.data('datepicker', (datePicker = new Datepicker(this, $.extend({}, $.fn.datepicker.defaults,options))));
            }
        }
        if (typeof option === 'string') datePicker[option](val);

    });
};

$.fn.datepicker.defaults = {
    onRender: function(date) {
        return '';
    }
};
$.fn.datepicker.Constructor = Datepicker;

var DPGlobal = {
    modes: [
        {
            clsName: 'days',
            navFnc: 'Month',
            navStep: 1
        },
        {
            clsName: 'months',
            navFnc: 'FullYear',
            navStep: 1
        },
        {
            clsName: 'years',
            navFnc: 'FullYear',
            navStep: 10
    }],
    dates:{
        days: ["Dimanche", "Lundi", "Mardi", "Mercredi", "Jeudi", "Vendredi", "Samedi", "Dimanche"],
                    daysShort: ["Dim", "Lun", "Mar", "Mer", "Jeu", "Ven", "Sam", "Dim"],
                    daysMin: ["D", "L", "Ma", "Me", "J", "V", "S", "D"],
                    months: ["Janvier", "Février", "Mars", "Avril", "Mai", "Juin", "Juillet", "Août", "Septembre", "Octobre", "Novembre", "Décembre"],
                    monthsShort: ["Jan", "Fév", "Mar", "Avr", "Mai", "Jui", "Jul", "Aou", "Sep", "Oct", "Nov", "Déc"],
                    today: "Aujourd'hui",
                    clear: "Effacer",
                    weekStart: 1,
                    format: "dd/mm/yyyy"
    },
    isLeapYear: function (year) {
        return (((year % 4 === 0) && (year % 100 !== 0)) || (year % 400 === 0))
    },
    getDaysInMonth: function (year, month) {
        return [31, (DPGlobal.isLeapYear(year) ? 29 : 28), 31, 30, 31, 30, 31, 31, 30, 31, 30, 31][month]
    },
    parseFormat: function(format){
        var separator = format.match(/[.\/\-\s].*?/),
            parts = format.split(/\W+/);
        if (!separator || !parts || parts.length === 0){
            throw new Error("Invalid date format.");
        }
        return {separator: separator, parts: parts};
    },
    parseDate: function(date, format) {
        var parts = date.split(format.separator),
            date = new Date(),
            val;
        date.setHours(0);
        date.setMinutes(0);
        date.setSeconds(0);
        date.setMilliseconds(0);
        if (parts.length === format.parts.length) {
            var year = date.getFullYear(), day = date.getDate(), month = date.getMonth();
            for (var i=0, cnt = format.parts.length; i < cnt; i++) {
                val = parseInt(parts[i], 10)||1;
                switch(format.parts[i]) {
                    case 'dd':
                    case 'd':
                        day = val;
                        date.setDate(val);
                        break;
                    case 'mm':
                    case 'm':
                        month = val - 1;
                        date.setMonth(val - 1);
                        break;
                    case 'yy':
                        year = 2000 + val;
                        date.setFullYear(2000 + val);
                        break;
                    case 'yyyy':
                        year = val;
                        date.setFullYear(val);
                        break;
                }
            }
            date = new Date(year, month, day, 0 ,0 ,0);
        }
        return date;
    },
    formatDate: function(date, format){
        var val = {
            d: date.getDate(),
            m: date.getMonth() + 1,
            yy: date.getFullYear().toString().substring(2),
            yyyy: date.getFullYear()
        };
        val.dd = (val.d < 10 ? '0' : '') + val.d;
        val.mm = (val.m < 10 ? '0' : '') + val.m;
        var date = [];
        for (var i=0, cnt = format.parts.length; i < cnt; i++) {
            date.push(val[format.parts[i]]);
        }
        return date.join(format.separator);
    },
    headTemplate: '<thead>'+
                        '<tr>'+
                            '<th class="prev">&lsaquo;</th>'+
                            '<th colspan="5" class="switch"></th>'+
                            '<th class="next">&rsaquo;</th>'+
                        '</tr>'+
                    '</thead>',
    contTemplate: '<tbody><tr><td colspan="7"></td></tr></tbody>'
};
DPGlobal.template = '<div class="datepicker dropdown-menu">'+
                        '<div class="datepicker-days">'+
                            '<table class=" table-condensed">'+
                                DPGlobal.headTemplate+
                                '<tbody></tbody>'+
                            '</table>'+
                        '</div>'+
                        '<div class="datepicker-months">'+
                            '<table class="table-condensed">'+
                                DPGlobal.headTemplate+
                                DPGlobal.contTemplate+
                            '</table>'+
                        '</div>'+
                        '<div class="datepicker-years">'+
                            '<table class="table-condensed">'+
                                DPGlobal.headTemplate+
                                DPGlobal.contTemplate+
                            '</table>'+
                        '</div>'+
                    '</div>';

}( window.jQuery );

Does bootstrap 4 have a built in horizontal divider?

I am using this example in my project:

html:

 <hr class="my-3 dividerClass"/>

css:

.dividerClass{
  border-top-color: #999
 }

Git reset --hard and push to remote repository

If forcing a push doesn't help ("git push --force origin" or "git push --force origin master" should be enough), it might mean that the remote server is refusing non fast-forward pushes either via receive.denyNonFastForwards config variable (see git config manpage for description), or via update / pre-receive hook.

With older Git you can work around that restriction by deleting "git push origin :master" (see the ':' before branch name) and then re-creating "git push origin master" given branch.

If you can't change this, then the only solution would be instead of rewriting history to create a commit reverting changes in D-E-F:

A-B-C-D-E-F-[(D-E-F)^-1]   master

A-B-C-D-E-F                             origin/master

jQuery autocomplete with callback ajax json

Perfectly good example in the Autocomplete docs with source code.

jQuery

<script>
  $(function() {
    function log( message ) {
      $( "<div>" ).text( message ).prependTo( "#log" );
      $( "#log" ).scrollTop( 0 );
    }

    $( "#city" ).autocomplete({
      source: function( request, response ) {
        $.ajax({
          url: "http://gd.geobytes.com/AutoCompleteCity",
          dataType: "jsonp",
          data: {
            q: request.term
          },
          success: function( data ) {
            response( data );
          }
        });
      },
      minLength: 3,
      select: function( event, ui ) {
        log( ui.item ?
          "Selected: " + ui.item.label :
          "Nothing selected, input was " + this.value);
      },
      open: function() {
        $( this ).removeClass( "ui-corner-all" ).addClass( "ui-corner-top" );
      },
      close: function() {
        $( this ).removeClass( "ui-corner-top" ).addClass( "ui-corner-all" );
      }
    });
  });
</script>

HTML

<div class="ui-widget">
  <label for="city">Your city: </label>
  <input id="city">
  Powered by <a href="http://geonames.org">geonames.org</a>
</div>

<div class="ui-widget" style="margin-top:2em; font-family:Arial">
  Result:
  <div id="log" style="height: 200px; width: 300px; overflow: auto;" class="ui-widget-content"></div>
</div>

In PHP, how do you change the key of an array element?

this works for renaming the first key:

$a = ['catine' => 'cat', 'canine'  => 'dog'];
$tmpa['feline'] = $a['catine'];
unset($a['catine']);
$a = $tmpa + $a;

then, print_r($a) renders a repaired in-order array:

Array
(
    [feline] => cat
    [canine] => dog
)

this works for renaming an arbitrary key:

$a = ['canine'  => 'dog', 'catine' => 'cat', 'porcine' => 'pig']
$af = array_flip($a)
$af['cat'] = 'feline';
$a = array_flip($af)

print_r($a)

Array
(
    [canine] => dog
    [feline] => cat
    [porcine] => pig
)

a generalized function:

function renameKey($oldkey, $newkey, $array) {
    $val = $array[$oldkey];
    $tmp_A = array_flip($array);
    $tmp_A[$val] = $newkey;

    return array_flip($tmp_A);
}

Get selected value from combo box in C# WPF

Actually you can do it the following way as well.

Suppose your ComboBox name is comboBoxA. Then its value can be gotten as:

string combo = comboBoxA.SelectedValue.ToString();

I think it's now supported since your question is five years old.

How does the communication between a browser and a web server take place?

It depends on the web server, but if you're wondering what it looks like from the client side, just install Live Headers and Firebug for firefox. With the net tab in firebug and live headers open, it should be clear exactly how the two interact.

For a more in-depth look at the actual data going back and forth, use wireshark.

Using a dispatch_once singleton model in Swift

Swift singletons are exposed in the Cocoa frameworks as class functions, e.g. NSFileManager.defaultManager(), NSNotificationCenter.defaultCenter(). So it makes more sense as a class function to mirror this behavior, rather than a class variable as some other solutions. e.g:

class MyClass {

    private static let _sharedInstance = MyClass()

    class func sharedInstance() -> MyClass {
        return _sharedInstance
    }
}

Retrieve the singleton via MyClass.sharedInstance().

How to store Emoji Character in MySQL Database

For anyone trying to solve this on a managed MySQL instance (in my case on AWS RDS), the easiest way was to modify the parameter group and set the server character set and collation to be utf8mb4 and utf8mb4_bin, respectively. After rebooting the server, a quick query verifies the settings for system databases and any newly created ones:

SELECT * FROM information_schema.SCHEMATA S;

how to set start page in webconfig file in asp.net c#

If your project contains a RouteConfig.cs file, then you probably need to ignore the route to the root by adding routes.IgnoreRoute(""); in this file.

If it doen't solve your problem, try this :

void Application_BeginRequest(object sender, EventArgs e)
{
    if (Request.AppRelativeCurrentExecutionFilePath == "~/")
        Response.Redirect("~/index.aspx");
}

Removing white space around a saved image in matplotlib

After trying the above answers with no success (and a slew of other stack posts) what finally worked for me was just

plt.gca().set_axis_off()
plt.subplots_adjust(top = 1, bottom = 0, right = 1, left = 0, 
            hspace = 0, wspace = 0)
plt.margins(0,0)
plt.savefig("myfig.pdf")

Importantly this does not include the bbox or padding arguments.

Argparse: Required arguments listed under "optional arguments"?

Building off of @Karl Rosaen

parser = argparse.ArgumentParser()
optional = parser._action_groups.pop() # Edited this line
required = parser.add_argument_group('required arguments')
# remove this line: optional = parser...
required.add_argument('--required_arg', required=True)
optional.add_argument('--optional_arg')
parser._action_groups.append(optional) # added this line
return parser.parse_args()

and this outputs:

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

How is a CSS "display: table-column" supposed to work?

The "table-column" display type means it acts like the <col> tag in HTML - i.e. an invisible element whose width* governs the width of the corresponding physical column of the enclosing table.

See the W3C standard for more information about the CSS table model.

* And a few other properties like borders, backgrounds.

Why is Spring's ApplicationContext.getBean considered bad?

Using @Autowired or ApplicationContext.getBean() is really the same thing. In both ways you get the bean that is configured in your context and in both ways your code depends on spring. The only thing you should avoid is instantiating your ApplicationContext. Do this only once! In other words, a line like

ApplicationContext context = new ClassPathXmlApplicationContext("AppContext.xml");

should only be used once in your application.

How to get the selected radio button’s value?

Here's a nice way to get the checked radio button's value with plain JavaScript:

const form = document.forms.demo;
const checked = form.querySelector('input[name=characters]:checked');

// log out the value from the :checked radio
console.log(checked.value);

Source: https://ultimatecourses.com/blog/get-value-checked-radio-buttons

Using this HTML:

<form name="demo">
  <label>
    Mario
    <input type="radio" value="mario" name="characters" checked>
  </label>
  <label>
    Luigi
    <input type="radio" value="luigi" name="characters">
  </label>
  <label>
    Toad
    <input type="radio" value="toad" name="characters">
  </label>
</form>

You could also use Array Find the checked property to find the checked item:

Array.from(form.elements.characters).find(radio => radio.checked);

Differences between Oracle JDK and OpenJDK

A list of the few remaining cosmetic and packaging differences between Oracle JDK 11 and OpenJDK 11 can be found in this blog post:

https://blogs.oracle.com/java-platform-group/oracle-jdk-releases-for-java-11-and-later

In short:

  • Oracle JDK 11 emits a warning when using the -XX:+UnlockCommercialFeatures option,
  • it can be configured to provide usage log data to the “Advanced Management Console” tool,
  • it has always required third party cryptographic providers to be signed by a known certificate,
  • it will continue to include installers, branding and JRE packaging,
  • while the javac --release command behaves slightly differently for the Java 9 and Java 10 targets, and
  • the output of the java --version and java -fullversion commands will distinguish Oracle JDK builds from OpenJDK builds.

How do I convert datetime to ISO 8601 in PHP

You can try this way:

$datetime = new DateTime('2010-12-30 23:21:46');

echo $datetime->format(DATE_ATOM);

Swift Error: Editor placeholder in source file

Sometimes, XCode does not forget the line which had an "Editor Placeholder" even if you have replaced it with a value. Cut the portion of the code where XCode is complaining and paste the code back to the same place to make the error message go away. This worked for me.

Prevent a webpage from navigating away using JavaScript

In Ayman's example by returning false you prevent the browser window/tab from closing.

window.onunload = function () {
  alert('You are trying to leave.');
  return false;
}

How to determine if object is in array

try Array.prototype.some()

MDN Array.prototype.some


    function isBiggerThan10(element, index, array) {
      return element > 10;
    }
    [2, 5, 8, 1, 4].some(isBiggerThan10);  // false
    [12, 5, 8, 1, 4].some(isBiggerThan10); // true

$.browser is undefined error

The .browser call has been removed in jquery 1.9 have a look at http://jquery.com/upgrade-guide/1.9/ for more details.

Count frequency of words in a list and sort by frequency

words = file("test.txt", "r").read().split() #read the words into a list.
uniqWords = sorted(set(words)) #remove duplicate words and sort
for word in uniqWords:
    print words.count(word), word

Scanner only reads first word instead of line

Use input.nextLine(); instead of input.next();

'Access-Control-Allow-Origin' issue when API call made from React (Isomorphic app)

I faced the same error today, using React with Typescript and a back-end using Java Spring boot, if you have a hand on your back-end you can simply add a configuration file for the CORS.

For the below example I set allowed origin to * to allow all but you can be more specific and only set url like http://localhost:3000.

import org.springframework.boot.web.servlet.FilterRegistrationBean;
import org.springframework.context.annotation.Bean;
import org.springframework.context.annotation.Configuration;
import org.springframework.web.cors.CorsConfiguration;
import org.springframework.web.cors.UrlBasedCorsConfigurationSource;
import org.springframework.web.filter.CorsFilter;

@Configuration
public class AppCorsConfiguration {
    @Bean
    public FilterRegistrationBean corsFilter() {
        UrlBasedCorsConfigurationSource source = new UrlBasedCorsConfigurationSource();
        CorsConfiguration config = new CorsConfiguration();
        config.setAllowCredentials(true);
        config.addAllowedOrigin("*");
        config.addAllowedHeader("*");
        config.addAllowedMethod("*");
        source.registerCorsConfiguration("/**", config);
        FilterRegistrationBean bean = new FilterRegistrationBean(new CorsFilter(source));
        bean.setOrder(0);
        return bean;
    }
}

How do I change the android actionbar title and icon

You just need to add these 3 lines of code. Replace the icon with your own icon. If you want to generate icons use this

getSupportActionBar().setHomeAsUpIndicator(R.drawable.icon_back_arrow);
getActionBar().setHomeButtonEnabled(true);
getActionBar().setDisplayHomeAsUpEnabled(true);

Excel VBA Check if directory exists error

This is the cleanest way... BY FAR:

Public Function IsDir(s) As Boolean
    IsDir = CreateObject("Scripting.FileSystemObject").FolderExists(s)
End Function

How is the default max Java heap size determined?

This is changed in Java 6 update 18.

Assuming that we have more than 1 GB of physical memory (quite common these days), it's always 1/4th of your physical memory for the server vm.

SQL: Two select statements in one query

If you like to keep records separate and not do the union.
Try query below

SELECT (SELECT name,
               games,
               goals
        FROM   tblMadrid
        WHERE  name = 'ronaldo') AS table_a,
       (SELECT name,
               games,
               goals
        FROM   tblBarcelona
        WHERE  name = 'messi')   AS table_b
FROM DUAL

Why can't I define a default constructor for a struct in .NET?

Note: the answer below was written a long time prior to C# 6, which is planning to introduce the ability to declare parameterless constructors in structs - but they still won't be called in all situations (e.g. for array creation) (in the end this feature was not added to C# 6).


EDIT: I've edited the answer below due to Grauenwolf's insight into the CLR.

The CLR allows value types to have parameterless constructors, but C# doesn't. I believe this is because it would introduce an expectation that the constructor would be called when it wouldn't. For instance, consider this:

MyStruct[] foo = new MyStruct[1000];

The CLR is able to do this very efficiently just by allocating the appropriate memory and zeroing it all out. If it had to run the MyStruct constructor 1000 times, that would be a lot less efficient. (In fact, it doesn't - if you do have a parameterless constructor, it doesn't get run when you create an array, or when you have an uninitialized instance variable.)

The basic rule in C# is "the default value for any type can't rely on any initialization". Now they could have allowed parameterless constructors to be defined, but then not required that constructor to be executed in all cases - but that would have led to more confusion. (Or at least, so I believe the argument goes.)

EDIT: To use your example, what would you want to happen when someone did:

Rational[] fractions = new Rational[1000];

Should it run through your constructor 1000 times?

  • If not, we end up with 1000 invalid rationals
  • If it does, then we've potentially wasted a load of work if we're about to fill in the array with real values.

EDIT: (Answering a bit more of the question) The parameterless constructor isn't created by the compiler. Value types don't have to have constructors as far as the CLR is concerned - although it turns out it can if you write it in IL. When you write "new Guid()" in C# that emits different IL to what you get if you call a normal constructor. See this SO question for a bit more on that aspect.

I suspect that there aren't any value types in the framework with parameterless constructors. No doubt NDepend could tell me if I asked it nicely enough... The fact that C# prohibits it is a big enough hint for me to think it's probably a bad idea.

How to set text size of textview dynamically for different screens

EDIT: And As I Search on StackOverflow now I found This Question is Duplicate of : This and This

You need to use another function setTextSize(unit, size) with unit SP like this,

tv.setTextSize(TypedValue.COMPLEX_UNIT_SP, 18f);

Please read more for TypedValue constants.

Regex expressions in Java, \\s vs. \\s+

The first regex will match one whitespace character. The second regex will reluctantly match one or more whitespace characters. For most purposes, these two regexes are very similar, except in the second case, the regex can match more of the string, if it prevents the regex match from failing.  from http://www.coderanch.com/t/570917/java/java/regex-difference

How to stop a looping thread in Python?

Depends on what you run in that thread. If that's your code, then you can implement a stop condition (see other answers).

However, if what you want is to run someone else's code, then you should fork and start a process. Like this:

import multiprocessing
proc = multiprocessing.Process(target=your_proc_function, args=())
proc.start()

now, whenever you want to stop that process, send it a SIGTERM like this:

proc.terminate()
proc.join()

And it's not slow: fractions of a second. Enjoy :)

How to study design patterns?

I've lead a few design patterns discussion groups (our site) and have read 5 or 6 patterns books. I recommend starting with the Head First Design Patterns book and attending or starting a discussion group. The Head First book might look a little Hasboro at first, but most people like it after reading a chapter or two.

Use the outstanding resource - Joshua Kereivisky's A Learning Guide to Design Patterns for the pattern ordering and to help your discussion group. Out of experience the one change I suggest to the ordering is to put Strategy first. Most of today's developers have experienced some good or bad incarnation of a Factory, so starting with Factory can lead to a lot of conversation and confusion about the pattern.This tends to take focus off how to study and learn patterns which is pretty essential at that first meeting.

How to count items in JSON data

import json

json_data = json.dumps({
  "result":[
    {
      "run":[
        {
          "action":"stop"
        },
        {
          "action":"start"
        },
        {
          "action":"start"
        }
      ],
      "find": "true"
    }
  ]
})

item_dict = json.loads(json_data)
print len(item_dict['result'][0]['run'])

Convert it in dict.

jQuery 'if .change() or .keyup()'

you can bind to multiple events by separating them with a space:

$(":input").on("keyup change", function(e) {
    // do stuff!
})

docs here.

hope that helps. cheers!

Install a Python package into a different directory using pip?

To pip install a library exactly where I wanted it, I navigated to the location I wanted the directory with the terminal then used

pip install mylibraryName -t . 

the logic of which I took from this page: https://cloud.google.com/appengine/docs/python/googlecloudstorageclient/download

What are named pipes?

Compare

echo "test" | wc

to

mkdnod apipe p
wc apipe

wc will block until

echo "test" > apipe

executes

JavaScript OR (||) variable assignment explanation

It will evaluate X and, if X is not null, the empty string, or 0 (logical false), then it will assign it to z. If X is null, the empty string, or 0 (logical false), then it will assign y to z.

var x = '';
var y = 'bob';
var z = x || y;
alert(z);

Will output 'bob';

How to Identify Microsoft Edge browser via CSS?

More accurate for Edge (do not include latest IE 15) is:

@supports (display:-ms-grid) { ... }

@supports (-ms-ime-align:auto) { ... } works for all Edge versions (currently up to IE15).

CSS to hide INPUT BUTTON value text

The difference some of you are seeing in solutions that work or not in the different IEs may be due to having compatibility mode on or off. In IE8, text-indent works just fine unless compatibility mode is turned on. If compatibility mode is on, then font-size and line-height do the trick but can mess up Firefox's display.

So we can use a css hack to let firefox ignore our ie rule.. like so...

text-indent:-9999px;
*font-size: 0px; line-height: 0;

Dynamic SQL results into temp table in SQL Stored procedure

CREATE PROCEDURE dbo.pdpd_DynamicCall 
AS
DECLARE @SQLString_2 NVARCHAR(4000)
SET NOCOUNT ON
Begin
    --- Create global temp table
    CREATE TABLE ##T1 ( column_1 varchar(10) , column_2 varchar(100) )

    SELECT @SQLString_2 = 'INSERT INTO ##T1( column_1, column_2) SELECT column_1 = "123", column_2 = "MUHAMMAD IMRON"'
    SELECT @SQLString_2 = REPLACE(@SQLString_2, '"', '''')

    EXEC SP_EXECUTESQL @SQLString_2

    --- Test Display records
    SELECT * FROM ##T1

    --- Drop global temp table 
    IF OBJECT_ID('tempdb..##T1','u') IS NOT NULL
    DROP TABLE ##T1
End

Use dynamic variable names in JavaScript

a = 'varname';
str = a+' = '+'123';
eval(str)
alert(varname);

Try this...

How can I round a number in JavaScript? .toFixed() returns a string?

What would you expect it to return when it's supposed to format a number ? If you have a number you can't pretty much do anything with it because e.g.2 == 2.0 == 2.00 etc. so it has to be a string.

How to return values in javascript

It's difficult to tell what you're actually trying to do and if this is what you really need but you might also use a callback:

function myFunction(value1,callback)
{
     //Do stuff and 

     if(typeof callback == 'function'){
        callback(somevalue2,somevalue3);
    }
}


myFunction("1", function(value2, value3){
    if(value2 && value3)
    {
    //Do some stuff
    }
});

Select datatype of the field in postgres

Try this request :

SELECT column_name, data_type FROM information_schema.columns WHERE 
table_name = 'YOUR_TABLE' AND column_name = 'YOUR_FIELD';

JSONDecodeError: Expecting value: line 1 column 1

in my case, some characters like " , :"'{}[] " maybe corrupt the JSON format, so use try json.loads(str) except to check your input

Eclipse Bug: Unhandled event loop exception No more handles

For me this error was happening on a fresh Eclipse Luna SR2 (4.4.2) install and when trying to add a Mercurial repository, I resolved after downgrading from Java 8 to Java 7.

How to convert .crt to .pem

You can do this conversion with the OpenSSL library

http://www.openssl.org/

Windows binaries can be found here:

http://www.slproweb.com/products/Win32OpenSSL.html

Once you have the library installed, the command you need to issue is:

openssl x509 -in mycert.crt -out mycert.pem -outform PEM

Javascript Uncaught TypeError: Cannot read property '0' of undefined

The error is here:

hasLetter("a",words[]);

You are passing the first item of words, instead of the array.

Instead, pass the array to the function:

hasLetter("a",words);

Problem solved!


Here's a breakdown of what the problem was:

I'm guessing in your browser (chrome throws a different error), words[] == words[0], so when you call hasLetter("a",words[]);, you are actually calling hasLetter("a",words[0]);. So, in essence, you are passing the first item of words to your function, not the array as a whole.

Of course, because words is just an empty array, words[0] is undefined. Therefore, your function call is actually:

hasLetter("a", undefined);

which means that, when you try to access d[ascii], you are actually trying to access undefined[0], hence the error.

Remove background drawable programmatically in Android

This work for me:

yourview.setBackground(null);

How do I convert a column of text URLs into active hyperlinks in Excel?

If you don't want to make a macro and as long as you don't mind an additional column, then just create a new column alongside your column of URLs.

In the new column type in the formula =HYPERLINK(A1) (replacing A1 with whatever cell you are interested in). Then copy the formula down the rest of the 200 entries.

NOTE: This solution does not work if the cell A1 contains a string longer than 255 characters. It results in a #VALUE! error

Detecting negative numbers

I believe this is what you were looking for:

class Expression {
    protected $expression;
    protected $result;

    public function __construct($expression) {
        $this->expression = $expression;
    }

    public function evaluate() {
        $this->result = eval("return ".$this->expression.";");
        return $this;
    }

    public function getResult() {
        return $this->result;
    }
}

class NegativeFinder {
    protected $expressionObj;

    public function __construct(Expression $expressionObj) {
        $this->expressionObj = $expressionObj;
    }

    public function isItNegative() {
        $result = $this->expressionObj->evaluate()->getResult();

        if($this->hasMinusSign($result)) {
            return true;
        } else {
            return false;
        }
    }

    protected function hasMinusSign($value) {
        return (substr(strval($value), 0, 1) == "-");
    }
}

Usage:

$soldPrice = 1;
$boughtPrice = 2;
$negativeFinderObj = new NegativeFinder(new Expression("$soldPrice - $boughtPrice"));

echo ($negativeFinderObj->isItNegative()) ? "It is negative!" : "It is not negative :(";

Do however note that eval is a dangerous function, therefore use it only if you really, really need to find out if a number is negative.

:-)

Append Char To String in C?

The Original poster didn't mean to write:

  char* str = "blablabla";

but

  char str[128] = "blablabla";

Now, adding a single character would seem more efficient than adding a whole string with strcat. Going the strcat way, you could:

  char tmpstr[2];
  tmpstr[0] = c;
  tmpstr[1] = 0;
  strcat (str, tmpstr);

but you can also easily write your own function (as several have done before me):

  void strcat_c (char *str, char c)
  {
    for (;*str;str++); // note the terminating semicolon here. 
    *str++ = c; 
    *str++ = 0;
  }

How to execute a shell script in PHP?

If you are having a small script that you need to run (I simply needed to copy a file), I found it much easier to call the commands on the PHP script by calling

exec("sudo cp /tmp/testfile1 /var/www/html/testfile2");

and enabling such transaction by editing (or rather adding) a permitting line to the sudoers by first calling sudo visudo and adding the following line to the very end of it

www-data ALL=(ALL) NOPASSWD:/bin/cp /tmp/testfile1 /var/www/html/testfile2

All I wanted to do was to copy a file and I have been having problems with doing so because of the root password problem, and as you mentioned I did NOT want to expose the system to have no password for all root transactions.

What is initial scale, user-scalable, minimum-scale, maximum-scale attribute in meta tag?

This meta tag is used by all responsive web pages, that is those that are designed to layout well across device types - phone, tablet, and desktop. The attributes do what they say. However, as MDN's Using the viewport meta tag to control layout on mobile browsers indicates,

On high dpi screens, pages with initial-scale=1 will effectively be zoomed by browsers.

I've found that the following ensures that the page displays with zero zoom by default.

<meta name="viewport" content="width=device-width, initial-scale=0.86, maximum-scale=3.0, minimum-scale=0.86">

Arduino COM port doesn't work

I restarted my computer and then opened the IDE again and it worked while none of the above did.

Maybe you have to do the things above as well, but make sure to restart the computer too.

How to set div's height in css and html

To write inline styling use:

<div style="height: 100px;">
asdfashdjkfhaskjdf
</div>

Inline styling serves a purpose however, it is not recommended in most situations.

The more "proper" solution, would be to make a separate CSS sheet, include it in your HTML document, and then use either an ID or a class to reference your div.

if you have the file structure:

index.html
>>/css/
>>/css/styles.css

Then in your HTML document between <head> and </head> write:

<link href="css/styles.css" rel="stylesheet" />

Then, change your div structure to be:

<div id="someidname" class="someclassname">
    asdfashdjkfhaskjdf
</div>

In css, you can reference your div from the ID or the CLASS.

To do so write:

.someclassname { height: 100px; }

OR

#someidname { height: 100px; }

Note that if you do both, the one that comes further down the file structure will be the one that actually works.

For example... If you have:

.someclassname { height: 100px; }

.someclassname { height: 150px; }

Then in this situation the height will be 150px.

EDIT:

To answer your secondary question from your edit, probably need overflow: hidden; or overflow: visible; . You could also do this:

<div class="span12">
    <div style="height:100px;">
        asdfashdjkfhaskjdf
    </div>
</div>

OpenCV - Apply mask to a color image

Well, here is a solution if you want the background to be other than a solid black color. We only need to invert the mask and apply it in a background image of the same size and then combine both background and foreground. A pro of this solution is that the background could be anything (even other image).

This example is modified from Hough Circle Transform. First image is the OpenCV logo, second the original mask, third the background + foreground combined.

apply mask and get a customized background

# http://opencv-python-tutroals.readthedocs.io/en/latest/py_tutorials/py_imgproc/py_houghcircles/py_houghcircles.html
import cv2
import numpy as np

# load the image
img = cv2.imread('E:\\FOTOS\\opencv\\opencv_logo.png')
img = cv2.cvtColor(img, cv2.COLOR_BGR2RGB)

# detect circles
gray = cv2.medianBlur(cv2.cvtColor(img, cv2.COLOR_RGB2GRAY), 5)
circles = cv2.HoughCircles(gray, cv2.HOUGH_GRADIENT, 1, 20, param1=50, param2=50, minRadius=0, maxRadius=0)
circles = np.uint16(np.around(circles))

# draw mask
mask = np.full((img.shape[0], img.shape[1]), 0, dtype=np.uint8)  # mask is only 
for i in circles[0, :]:
    cv2.circle(mask, (i[0], i[1]), i[2], (255, 255, 255), -1)

# get first masked value (foreground)
fg = cv2.bitwise_or(img, img, mask=mask)

# get second masked value (background) mask must be inverted
mask = cv2.bitwise_not(mask)
background = np.full(img.shape, 255, dtype=np.uint8)
bk = cv2.bitwise_or(background, background, mask=mask)

# combine foreground+background
final = cv2.bitwise_or(fg, bk)

Note: It is better to use the opencv methods because they are optimized.

Where to find 64 bit version of chromedriver.exe for Selenium WebDriver?

There is no separate 64-bit version of Chromedriver. The version available at https://sites.google.com/a/chromium.org/chromedriver/downloads works on both 32 and 64-bit Windows, against either 32-or 64-bit Chrome.

This was confirmed in the Chromedriver issue tracker: https://bugs.chromium.org/p/chromedriver/issues/detail?id=1797#c1

Yes, Chromedriver works on 64-bit Windows and against 64-bit Chrome successfully.

I came here while searching for the answer to if it works on 64-bit Chrome following the announcement that from version 58 Chrome will default to 64-bit on Windows provided certain conditions are met:
https://chromereleases.googleblog.com/2017/05/stable-channel-update-for-desktop.html

In order to improve stability, performance, and security, users who are currently on 32-bit version of Chrome, and 64-bit Windows with 4GB or more of memory and auto-update enabled will be automatically migrated to 64-bit Chrome during this update. 32-bit Chrome will still be available via the Chrome download page.

Failed to load resource: net::ERR_INSECURE_RESPONSE

Try this code to watch for, and report, a possible net::ERR_INSECURE_RESPONSE

I was having this issue as well, using a self-signed certificate, which I have chosen not to save into the Chrome Settings. After accessing the https domain and accepting the certificate, the ajax call works fine. But once that acceptance has timed-out or before it has first been accepted, the jQuery.ajax() call fails silently: the timeout parameter does not seem help and the error() function never gets called.

As such, my code never receives a success() or error() call and therefore hangs. I believe this is a bug in jquery's handling of this error. My solution is to force the error() call after a specified timeout.

This code does assume a jquery ajax call of the form jQuery.ajax({url: required, success: optional, error: optional, others_ajax_params: optional}).

Note: You will likely want to change the function within the setTimeout to integrate best with your UI: rather than calling alert().

const MS_FOR_HTTPS_FAILURE = 5000;
$.orig_ajax = $.ajax;
$.ajax = function(params)
{
  var complete = false;
  var success = params.success;
  var error = params.error;
  params.success = function() {
    if(!complete) {
      complete = true;
      if(success) success.apply(this,arguments);
    }
  }
  params.error = function() {
    if(!complete) {
      complete = true;
      if(error) error.apply(this,arguments);
    }
  }
  setTimeout(function() {
    if(!complete) {
      complete = true;
      alert("Please ensure your self-signed HTTPS certificate has been accepted. "
        + params.url);
      if(params.error)
        params.error( {},
          "Connection failure",
          "Timed out while waiting to connect to remote resource. " +
          "Possibly could not authenticate HTTPS certificate." );
    }
  }, MS_FOR_HTTPS_FAILURE);

  $.orig_ajax(params);
}

Access blocked by CORS policy: Response to preflight request doesn't pass access control check

If you are using Spring as Back-End server and especially using Spring Security then i found a solution by putting http.cors(); in the configure method. The method looks like that:

protected void configure(HttpSecurity http) throws Exception {
        http
                .csrf().disable()
                .authorizeRequests() // authorize
                .anyRequest().authenticated() // all requests are authenticated
                .and()
                .httpBasic();

        http.cors();
}

R adding days to a date

Just use

 as.Date("2001-01-01") + 45

from base R, or date functionality in one of the many contributed packages. My RcppBDT package wraps functionality from Boost Date_Time including things like 'date of third Wednesday' in a given month.

Edit: And egged on by @Andrie, here is a bit more from RcppBDT (which is mostly a test case for Rcpp modules, really).

R> library(RcppBDT)
Loading required package: Rcpp
R> 
R> str(bdt)
Reference class 'Rcpp_date' [package ".GlobalEnv"] with 0 fields
 and 42 methods, of which 31 are possibly relevant:
   addDays, finalize, fromDate, getDate, getDay, getDayOfWeek, getDayOfYear, 
   getEndOfBizWeek, getEndOfMonth, getFirstDayOfWeekAfter,
   getFirstDayOfWeekInMonth, getFirstOfNextMonth, getIMMDate, getJulian, 
   getLastDayOfWeekBefore, getLastDayOfWeekInMonth, getLocalClock, getModJulian,
   getMonth, getNthDayOfWeek, getUTC, getWeekNumber, getYear, initialize, 
   setEndOfBizWeek, setEndOfMonth, setFirstOfNextMonth, setFromLocalClock,
   setFromUTC, setIMMDate, subtractDays
R> bdt$fromDate( as.Date("2001-01-01") )
R> bdt$addDays( 45 )
R> print(bdt)
[1] "2001-02-15"
R> 

Get just the filename from a path in a Bash script

Here is an easy way to get the file name from a path:

echo "$PATH" | rev | cut -d"/" -f1 | rev

To remove the extension you can use, assuming the file name has only ONE dot (the extension dot):

cut -d"." -f1

How do you clone an Array of Objects in Javascript?

We can invent a simple recursive Array method to clone multidimensional arrays. While the objects within the nested arrays keep their reference to the corresponding objects in the source array, arrays won't.

_x000D_
_x000D_
Array.prototype.clone = function(){_x000D_
  return this.map(e => Array.isArray(e) ? e.clone() : e);_x000D_
};_x000D_
_x000D_
var arr = [ 1, 2, 3, 4, [ 1, 2, [ 1, 2, 3 ], 4 , 5], 6 ],_x000D_
    brr = arr.clone();_x000D_
brr[4][2][1] = "two";_x000D_
console.log(JSON.stringify(arr));_x000D_
console.log(JSON.stringify(brr));
_x000D_
_x000D_
_x000D_

Closing JFrame with button click

JButton b3 = new JButton("CLOSE");

b3.setBounds(50, 375, 250, 50);

b3.addActionListener(new ActionListener() {
    public void actionPerformed(ActionEvent e)
    {
        System.exit(0);
    }
});

In Java, how do I convert a byte array to a string of hex digits while keeping leading zeros?

my variant

    StringBuilder builder = new StringBuilder();
    for (byte b : bytes)
    {
        builder.append(Character.forDigit(b/16, 16));
        builder.append(Character.forDigit(b % 16, 16));
    }
    System.out.println(builder.toString());

it works for me.

Convert data.frame column format from character to factor

Hi welcome to the world of R.

mtcars  #look at this built in data set
str(mtcars) #allows you to see the classes of the variables (all numeric)

#one approach it to index with the $ sign and the as.factor function
mtcars$am <- as.factor(mtcars$am)
#another approach
mtcars[, 'cyl'] <- as.factor(mtcars[, 'cyl'])
str(mtcars)  # now look at the classes

This also works for character, dates, integers and other classes

Since you're new to R I'd suggest you have a look at these two websites:

R reference manuals: http://cran.r-project.org/manuals.html

R Reference card: http://cran.r-project.org/doc/contrib/Short-refcard.pdf

PySpark: withColumn() with two conditions and three outcomes

You'll want to use a udf as below

from pyspark.sql.types import IntegerType
from pyspark.sql.functions import udf

def func(fruit1, fruit2):
    if fruit1 == None or fruit2 == None:
        return 3
    if fruit1 == fruit2:
        return 1
    return 0

func_udf = udf(func, IntegerType())
df = df.withColumn('new_column',func_udf(df['fruit1'], df['fruit2']))

MySQL connection not working: 2002 No such file or directory

I encountered this problem too, then i modified 'localhost' to '127.0.0.1',it works.

What is the difference between mocking and spying when using Mockito?

Difference between a Spy and a Mock

When Mockito creates a mock – it does so from the Class of a Type, not from an actual instance. The mock simply creates a bare-bones shell instance of the Class, entirely instrumented to track interactions with it. On the other hand, the spy will wrap an existing instance. It will still behave in the same way as the normal instance – the only difference is that it will also be instrumented to track all the interactions with it.

In the following example – we create a mock of the ArrayList class:

@Test
public void whenCreateMock_thenCreated() {
    List mockedList = Mockito.mock(ArrayList.class);

    mockedList.add("one");
    Mockito.verify(mockedList).add("one");

    assertEquals(0, mockedList.size());
}

As you can see – adding an element into the mocked list doesn’t actually add anything – it just calls the method with no other side-effect. A spy on the other hand will behave differently – it will actually call the real implementation of the add method and add the element to the underlying list:

@Test
public void whenCreateSpy_thenCreate() {
    List spyList = Mockito.spy(new ArrayList());
    spyList.add("one");
    Mockito.verify(spyList).add("one");

    assertEquals(1, spyList.size());
}

Here we can surely say that the real internal method of the object was called because when you call the size() method you get the size as 1, but this size() method isn’t been mocked! So where does 1 come from? The internal real size() method is called as size() isn’t mocked (or stubbed) and hence we can say that the entry was added to the real object.

Source: http://www.baeldung.com/mockito-spy + self notes.

Preloading images with JavaScript

I recommend you use a try/catch to prevent some possible issues:

OOP:

    var preloadImage = function (url) {
        try {
            var _img = new Image();
            _img.src = url;
        } catch (e) { }
    }

Standard:

    function preloadImage (url) {
        try {
            var _img = new Image();
            _img.src = url;
        } catch (e) { }
    }

Also, while I love DOM, old stupid browsers may have problems with you using DOM, so avoid it altogether IMHO contrary to freedev's contribution. Image() has better support in old trash browsers.

Send email using the GMail SMTP server from a PHP page

SwiftMailer can send E-Mail using external servers.

here is an example that shows how to use a Gmail server:

require_once "lib/Swift.php";
require_once "lib/Swift/Connection/SMTP.php";

//Connect to localhost on port 25
$swift =& new Swift(new Swift_Connection_SMTP("localhost"));


//Connect to an IP address on a non-standard port
$swift =& new Swift(new Swift_Connection_SMTP("217.147.94.117", 419));


//Connect to Gmail (PHP5)
$swift = new Swift(new Swift_Connection_SMTP(
    "smtp.gmail.com", Swift_Connection_SMTP::PORT_SECURE, Swift_Connection_SMTP::ENC_TLS));

Java Hashmap: How to get key from value?

If your data structure has many-to-one mapping between keys and values you should iterate over entries and pick all suitable keys:

public static <T, E> Set<T> getKeysByValue(Map<T, E> map, E value) {
    Set<T> keys = new HashSet<T>();
    for (Entry<T, E> entry : map.entrySet()) {
        if (Objects.equals(value, entry.getValue())) {
            keys.add(entry.getKey());
        }
    }
    return keys;
}

In case of one-to-one relationship, you can return the first matched key:

public static <T, E> T getKeyByValue(Map<T, E> map, E value) {
    for (Entry<T, E> entry : map.entrySet()) {
        if (Objects.equals(value, entry.getValue())) {
            return entry.getKey();
        }
    }
    return null;
}

In Java 8:

public static <T, E> Set<T> getKeysByValue(Map<T, E> map, E value) {
    return map.entrySet()
              .stream()
              .filter(entry -> Objects.equals(entry.getValue(), value))
              .map(Map.Entry::getKey)
              .collect(Collectors.toSet());
}

Also, for Guava users, BiMap may be useful. For example:

BiMap<Token, Character> tokenToChar = 
    ImmutableBiMap.of(Token.LEFT_BRACKET, '[', Token.LEFT_PARENTHESIS, '(');
Token token = tokenToChar.inverse().get('(');
Character c = tokenToChar.get(token);

How to convert char* to wchar_t*?

Use a std::wstring instead of a C99 variable length array. The current standard guarantees a contiguous buffer for std::basic_string. E.g.,

std::wstring wc( cSize, L'#' );
mbstowcs( &wc[0], c, cSize );

C++ does not support C99 variable length arrays, and so if you compiled your code as pure C++, it would not even compile.

With that change your function return type should also be std::wstring.

Remember to set relevant locale in main.

E.g., setlocale( LC_ALL, "" ).

Cheers & hth.,

Changing the cursor in WPF sometimes works, sometimes doesn't

You can use a data trigger (with a view model) on the button to enable a wait cursor.

<Button x:Name="NextButton"
        Content="Go"
        Command="{Binding GoCommand }">
    <Button.Style>
         <Style TargetType="{x:Type Button}">
             <Setter Property="Cursor" Value="Arrow"/>
             <Style.Triggers>
                 <DataTrigger Binding="{Binding Path=IsWorking}" Value="True">
                     <Setter Property="Cursor" Value="Wait"/>
                 </DataTrigger>
             </Style.Triggers>
         </Style>
    </Button.Style>
</Button>

Here is the code from the view-model:

public class MainViewModel : ViewModelBase
{
   // most code removed for this example

   public MainViewModel()
   {
      GoCommand = new DelegateCommand<object>(OnGoCommand, CanGoCommand);
   }

   // flag used by data binding trigger
   private bool _isWorking = false;
   public bool IsWorking
   {
      get { return _isWorking; }
      set
      {
         _isWorking = value;
         OnPropertyChanged("IsWorking");
      }
   }

   // button click event gets processed here
   public ICommand GoCommand { get; private set; }
   private void OnGoCommand(object obj)
   {
      if ( _selectedCustomer != null )
      {
         // wait cursor ON
         IsWorking = true;
         _ds = OrdersManager.LoadToDataSet(_selectedCustomer.ID);
         OnPropertyChanged("GridData");

         // wait cursor off
         IsWorking = false;
      }
   }
}

How to resolve Error listenerStart when deploying web-app in Tomcat 5.5?

I found that following these instructions helped with finding what the problem was. For me, that was the killer, not knowing what was broken.

http://mythinkpond.wordpress.com/2011/07/01/tomcat-6-infamous-severe-error-listenerstart-message-how-to-debug-this-error/

Quoting from the link

In Tomcat 6 or above, the default logger is the”java.util.logging” logger and not Log4J. So if you are trying to add a “log4j.properties” file – this will NOT work. The Java utils logger looks for a file called “logging.properties” as stated here: http://tomcat.apache.org/tomcat-6.0-doc/logging.html

So to get to the debugging details create a “logging.properties” file under your”/WEB-INF/classes” folder of your WAR and you’re all set.

And now when you restart your Tomcat, you will see all of your debugging in it’s full glory!!!

Sample logging.properties file:

org.apache.catalina.core.ContainerBase.[Catalina].level = INFO
org.apache.catalina.core.ContainerBase.[Catalina].handlers = java.util.logging.ConsoleHandler

Create an ISO date object in javascript

In node, the Mongo driver will give you an ISO string, not the object. (ex: Mon Nov 24 2014 01:30:34 GMT-0800 (PST)) So, simply convert it to a js Date by: new Date(ISOString);

Convert string into integer in bash script - "Leading Zero" number error

In Short: In order to deal with "Leading Zero" numbers (any 0 digit that comes before the first non-zero) in bash - Use bc An arbitrary precision calculator language

Example:

a="000001"
b=$(echo $a | bc)
echo $b

Output: 1

From Bash manual:

"bc is a language that supports arbitrary precision numbers with interactive execution of statements. There are some similarities in the syntax to the C programming lan- guage. A standard math library is available by command line option. If requested, the math library is defined before processing any files. bc starts by processing code from all the files listed on the command line in the order listed. After all files have been processed, bc reads from the standard input. All code is executed as it is read. (If a file contains a command to halt the processor, bc will never read from the standard input.)"

Flutter command not found

flutter installation issue in Mac OS (Specific for Big Sur).

  1. Cheak which shell is your default shell, That you have in the terminal.
  2. To check default shell type command echo $SHELL.
  3. for my specific issue I have the zsh as my default shell.
  4. So I change my zsh as my default shell to bash.
  5. To change the default shell enter the believe command.
  6. chsh -s /bin/bash
  7. Enter your password when you promoted
  8. Now I have bash shell as my default.
  9. Then I just follow the standard process for flutter setup in flutter’s official site.
  10. And I have successfully configured the flutter in my Mac OS.

Extract the file in the desired location, for example:

—> $ cd ~/development —> $ unzip ~/Downloads/flutter_macos_1.22.5-stable.zip

Add the flutter tool to your path:

export PATH="$PATH:`pwd`/flutter/bin"

This command sets your PATH variable for the current terminal window only. To permanently add Flutter to your path see below.

—> Determine the directory where you placed the Flutter SDK. —> Open (or create) the rc file for your shell. Typing echo $SHELL in your Terminal tells you which shell you’re using. If you’re using Bash, edit $HOME/.bash_profile or $HOME/.bashrc. If you’re using Z shell, edit $HOME/.zshrc. If you’re using a different shell, the file path and filename will be different on your machine.

—> Add the following line and change [PATH_TO_FLUTTER_GIT_DIRECTORY] to be the path where you cloned Flutter’s git repo

export PATH="$PATH:[PATH_TO_FLUTTER_GIT_DIRECTORY]/flutter/bin"

—> Run source $HOME/.<rc file> to refresh the current window, or open a new terminal window to automatically source the file.

—> Verify that the flutter/bin directory is now in your PATH by running:

echo $PATH

—> Verify that the flutter command is available by running

—> which flutter

—> now run below command.

 $ which flutter dart
    /path-to-flutter-sdk/bin/flutter
    /usr/local/bin/dart

—> And your good to go.  

How to import js-modules into TypeScript file?

I'm currently taking some legacy codebases and introducing minimal TypeScript changes to see if it helps our team. Depending on how strict you want to be with TypeScript, this may or may not be an option for you.

The most helpful way for us to get started was to extend our tsconfig.json file with this property:

// tsconfig.json excerpt:

{
  ...
  "compilerOptions": {
    ...
    "allowJs": true,
    ...
  }
  ...
}

This change lets our JS files that have JSDoc type hints get compiled. Also our IDEs (JetBrains IDEs and VS Code) can provide code-completion and Intellisense.

References:

Converting bytes to megabytes

In general, it's wrong to use decimal SI prefixes (e.g. kilo, mega) when referring to binary data sizes (except in casual usage). It's ambiguous and causes confusion. To be precise you can use binary prefixes (e.g. 1 mebibyte = 1 MiB = 1024 kibibytes = 2^20 bytes). When someone else uses decimal SI prefixes for binary data you need to get more information before you can know what is meant.

Normal arguments vs. keyword arguments

Positional Arguments

They have no keywords before them. The order is important!

func(1,2,3, "foo")

Keyword Arguments

They have keywords in the front. They can be in any order!

func(foo="bar", baz=5, hello=123)

func(baz=5, foo="bar", hello=123)

You should also know that if you use default arguments and neglect to insert the keywords, then the order will then matter!

def func(foo=1, baz=2, hello=3): ...
func("bar", 5, 123)

Client to send SOAP request and receive response

As an alternative, and pretty close to debiasej approach. Since a SOAP request is just a HTTP request, you can simply perform a GET or POST using with HTTP client, but it's not mandatory to build SOAP envelope.

Something like this:

using Microsoft.Extensions.Logging;
using System;
using System.Net.Http;
using System.Text;
using System.Threading.Tasks;

namespace HGF.Infraestructure.Communications
{
    public class SOAPSample
    {
        private readonly IHttpClientFactory _clientFactory;
        private readonly ILogger<DocumentProvider> _logger;

        public SOAPSample(ILogger<DocumentProvider> logger,
                          IHttpClientFactory clientFactory)
        {
            _clientFactory = clientFactory;
            _logger = logger;
        }

        public async Task<string> UsingGet(int value1, int value2)
        {
            try
            {
                var client = _clientFactory.CreateClient();
                var response = await client.GetAsync($"https://hostname.com/webservice.asmx/SampleMethod?value1={value1}&value2={value2}", HttpCompletionOption.ResponseHeadersRead);

                //NULL check, HTTP Status Check....

                return await response.Content.ReadAsStringAsync();
            }
            catch (Exception ex)
            {
                _logger.LogError(ex, "Oops! Something went wrong");
                return ex.Message;
            }
        }


        public async Task<string> UsingPost(int value1, int value2)
        {
            try
            {
                var content = new StringContent($"value1={value1}&value2={value2}", Encoding.UTF8, "application/x-www-form-urlencoded");

                var client = _clientFactory.CreateClient();
                var response = await client.PostAsync("https://hostname.com/webservice.asmx/SampleMethod", content);

                //NULL check, HTTP Status Check....

                return await response.Content.ReadAsStringAsync();
            }
            catch (Exception ex)
            {
                _logger.LogError(ex, "Oops! Something went wrong");
                return ex.Message;
            }
        }
    }
}

Of course, it depends on your scenario. If the payload is too complex, then this won't work

What is the Linux equivalent to DOS pause?

If you just need to pause a loop or script, and you're happy to press Enter instead of any key, then read on its own will do the job.

do_stuff
read
do_more_stuff

It's not end-user friendly, but may be enough in cases where you're writing a quick script for yourself, and you need to pause it to do something manually in the background.

Prevent Caching in ASP.NET MVC for specific actions using an attribute

For MVC6 (DNX), there is no System.Web.OutputCacheAttribute

Note: when you set NoStore Duration parameter is not considered. It is possible to set an initial duration for first registration and override this with custom attributes.

But we have Microsoft.AspNet.Mvc.Filters.ResponseCacheFilter

 public void ConfigureServices(IServiceCollection services)
        ...
        services.AddMvc(config=>
        {
            config.Filters.Add(
                 new ResponseCacheFilter(
                    new CacheProfile() { 
                      NoStore=true
                     }));
        }
        ...
       )

It is possible to override initial filter with a custom attribute

    [AttributeUsage(AttributeTargets.Class | AttributeTargets.Method)]
    public sealed class NoCacheAttribute : ActionFilterAttribute
    {
        public override void OnResultExecuting(ResultExecutingContext filterContext)
        {
            var filter=filterContext.Filters.Where(t => t.GetType() == typeof(ResponseCacheFilter)).FirstOrDefault();
            if (filter != null)
            {
                ResponseCacheFilter f = (ResponseCacheFilter)filter;
                f.NoStore = true;
                //f.Duration = 0;
            }

            base.OnResultExecuting(filterContext);
        }
    }

Here is a use case

    [NoCache]
    [HttpGet]
    public JsonResult Get()
    {            
        return Json(new DateTime());
    }

How to call a SOAP web service on Android

Add Soap Libaray(ksoap2-android-assembly-3.2.0-jar-with-dependencies.jar):

public static String Fn_Confirm_CollectMoney_Approval(

        HashMap < String, String > str1,
        HashMap < String, String > str2,
        HashMap < String, String > str3) {

    Object response = null;
    String METHOD_NAME = "CollectMoney";
    String NAMESPACE = "http://xxx/yyy/xxx";
    String URL = "http://www.w3schools.com/webservices/tempconvert.asmx";
    String SOAP_ACTION = "";

    try {

        SoapObject RequestParent = new SoapObject(NAMESPACE, METHOD_NAME);

        SoapObject Request1 = new SoapObject(NAMESPACE, "req");

        PropertyInfo pi = new PropertyInfo();

        Set mapSet1 = (Set) str1.entrySet();

        Iterator mapIterator1 = mapSet1.iterator();

        while (mapIterator1.hasNext()) {

            Map.Entry mapEntry = (Map.Entry) mapIterator1.next();

            String keyValue = (String) mapEntry.getKey();

            String value = (String) mapEntry.getValue();

            pi = new PropertyInfo();

            pi.setNamespace("java:com.xxx");

            pi.setName(keyValue);

            pi.setValue(value);

            Request1.addProperty(pi);
        }

        mapSet1 = (Set) str3.entrySet();

        mapIterator1 = mapSet1.iterator();

        while (mapIterator1.hasNext()) {

            Map.Entry mapEntry = (Map.Entry) mapIterator1.next();

            // getKey Method of HashMap access a key of map
            String keyValue = (String) mapEntry.getKey();

            // getValue method returns corresponding key's value
            String value = (String) mapEntry.getValue();

            pi = new PropertyInfo();

            pi.setNamespace("java:com.xxx");

            pi.setName(keyValue);

            pi.setValue(value);

            Request1.addProperty(pi);
        }

        SoapObject HeaderRequest = new SoapObject(NAMESPACE, "XXX");

        Set mapSet = (Set) str2.entrySet();

        Iterator mapIterator = mapSet.iterator();

        while (mapIterator.hasNext()) {

            Map.Entry mapEntry = (Map.Entry) mapIterator.next();

            // getKey Method of HashMap access a key of map
            String keyValue = (String) mapEntry.getKey();

            // getValue method returns corresponding key's value
            String value = (String) mapEntry.getValue();

            pi = new PropertyInfo();

            pi.setNamespace("java:com.xxx");

            pi.setName(keyValue);

            pi.setValue(value);

            HeaderRequest.addProperty(pi);
        }

        Request1.addSoapObject(HeaderRequest);

        RequestParent.addSoapObject(Request1);

        SoapSerializationEnvelope soapEnvelope = new SoapSerializationEnvelope(
                SoapEnvelope.VER10);

        soapEnvelope.dotNet = false;

        soapEnvelope.setOutputSoapObject(RequestParent);

        HttpTransportSE transport = new HttpTransportSE(URL, 120000);

        transport.debug = true;

        transport.call(SOAP_ACTION, soapEnvelope);

        response = (Object) soapEnvelope.getResponse();

        int cols = ((SoapObject) response).getPropertyCount();

        Object objectResponse = (Object) ((SoapObject) response)
                .getProperty("Resp");

        SoapObject subObject_Resp = (SoapObject) objectResponse;


        modelObject = new ResposeXmlModel();

        String MsgId = subObject_Resp.getProperty("MsgId").toString();


        modelObject.setMsgId(MsgId);

        String OrgId = subObject_Resp.getProperty("OrgId").toString();


        modelObject.setOrgId(OrgId);

        String ResCode = subObject_Resp.getProperty("ResCode").toString();


        modelObject.setResCode(ResCode);

        String ResDesc = subObject_Resp.getProperty("ResDesc").toString();


        modelObject.setResDesc(ResDesc);

        String TimeStamp = subObject_Resp.getProperty("TimeStamp")
                .toString();


        modelObject.setTimestamp(ResDesc);

        return response.toString();

    } catch (Exception ex) {

        ex.printStackTrace();

        return null;
    }

}

How to write data to a JSON file using Javascript

You have to be clear on what you mean by "JSON".

Some people use the term JSON incorrectly to refer to a plain old JavaScript object, such as [{a: 1}]. This one happens to be an array. If you want to add a new element to the array, just push it, as in

var arr = [{a: 1}];
arr.push({b: 2});

< [{a: 1}, {b: 2}]

The word JSON may also be used to refer to a string which is encoded in JSON format:

var json = '[{"a": 1}]';

Note the (single) quotation marks indicating that this is a string. If you have such a string that you obtained from somewhere, you need to first parse it into a JavaScript object, using JSON.parse:

var obj = JSON.parse(json);

Now you can manipulate the object any way you want, including push as shown above. If you then want to put it back into a JSON string, then you use JSON.stringify:

var new_json = JSON.stringify(obj.push({b: 2}));
'[{"a": 1}, {"b": 1}]'

JSON is also used as a common way to format data for transmission of data to and from a server, where it can be saved (persisted). This is where ajax comes in. Ajax is used both to obtain data, often in JSON format, from a server, and/or to send data in JSON format up to to the server. If you received a response from an ajax request which is JSON format, you may need to JSON.parse it as described above. Then you can manipulate the object, put it back into JSON format with JSON.stringify, and use another ajax call to send the data to the server for storage or other manipulation.

You use the term "JSON file". Normally, the word "file" is used to refer to a physical file on some device (not a string you are dealing with in your code, or a JavaScript object). The browser has no access to physical files on your machine. It cannot read or write them. Actually, the browser does not even really have the notion of a "file". Thus, you cannot just read or write some JSON file on your local machine. If you are sending JSON to and from a server, then of course, the server might be storing the JSON as a file, but more likely the server would be constructing the JSON based on some ajax request, based on data it retrieves from a database, or decoding the JSON in some ajax request, and then storing the relevant data back into its database.

Do you really have a "JSON file", and if so, where does it exist and where did you get it from? Do you have a JSON-format string, that you need to parse, mainpulate, and turn back into a new JSON-format string? Do you need to get JSON from the server, and modify it and then send it back to the server? Or is your "JSON file" actually just a JavaScript object, that you simply need to manipulate with normal JavaScript logic?

how to remove pagination in datatable

Here is an alternative that is an incremental improvement on several other answers. Assuming settings.aLengthMenu is not multi-dimensional (it can be when DataTables has row lengths and labels) and the data will not change after page load (for simple DOM-loaded DataTables), this function can be inserted to eliminate paging. It hides several paging-related classes.

Perhaps more robust would be setting paging to false inside the function below, however I don't see an API call for that off-hand.

$('#myTable').on('init.dt', function(evt, settings) {
    if (settings && settings.aLengthMenu && settings.fnRecordsTotal && settings.fnRecordsTotal() < settings.aLengthMenu[0]) {
        // hide pagination controls, fewer records than minimum length
        $(settings.nTableWrapper).find('.dataTables_paginate, .dataTables_length, .dataTables_info').hide();
    }
}).DataTable();

How to break out or exit a method in Java?

use return to exit from a method.

 public void someMethod() {
        //... a bunch of code ...
        if (someCondition()) {
            return;
        }
        //... otherwise do the following...
    }

Here's another example

int price = quantity * 5;
        if (hasCream) {
            price=price + 1;
        }
        if (haschocolat) {
            price=price + 2;
        }
        return price;

Python - difference between two strings

I like the ndiff answer, but if you want to spit it all into a list of only the changes, you could do something like:

import difflib

case_a = 'afrykbnerskojezyczny'
case_b = 'afrykanerskojezycznym'

output_list = [li for li in difflib.ndiff(case_a, case_b) if li[0] != ' ']

How can I iterate over files in a given directory?

You can use glob for referring the directory and the list :

import glob
import os

#to get the current working directory name
cwd = os.getcwd()
#Load the images from images folder.
for f in glob.glob('images\*.jpg'):   
    dir_name = get_dir_name(f)
    image_file_name = dir_name + '.jpg'
    #To print the file name with path (path will be in string)
    print (image_file_name)

To get the list of all directory in array you can use os :

os.listdir(directory)

Count number of occurrences of a pattern in a file (even on same line)

To count all occurrences, use -o. Try this:

echo afoobarfoobar | grep -o foo | wc -l

And man grep of course (:

Update

Some suggest to use just grep -co foo instead of grep -o foo | wc -l.

Don't.

This shortcut won't work in all cases. Man page says:

-c print a count of matching lines

Difference in these approaches is illustrated below:

1.

$ echo afoobarfoobar | grep -oc foo
1

As soon as the match is found in the line (a{foo}barfoobar) the searching stops. Only one line was checked and it matched, so the output is 1. Actually -o is ignored here and you could just use grep -c instead.

2.

$ echo afoobarfoobar | grep -o foo
foo
foo

$ echo afoobarfoobar | grep -o foo | wc -l
2

Two matches are found in the line (a{foo}bar{foo}bar) because we explicitly asked to find every occurrence (-o). Every occurence is printed on a separate line, and wc -l just counts the number of lines in the output.

Importing lodash into angular2 + typescript application

I am using ng2 with webpack, not system JS. Steps need for me were:

npm install underscore --save
typings install dt~underscore --global --save

and then in the file I wish to import underscore into:

import * as _ from 'underscore';

Deleting an element from an array in PHP

For associative arrays, with non-integer keys:

Simply, unset($array[$key]) would work.

For arrays having integer keys and if you want to maintain your keys:

  1. $array = [ 'mango', 'red', 'orange', 'grapes'];

    unset($array[2]);
    $array = array_values($array);
    
  2. array_splice($array, 2, 1);

TypeScript: Interfaces vs Types


When to use type?


Generic Transformations

Use the type when you are transforming multiple types into a single generic type.

Example:

type Nullable<T> = T | null | undefined
type NonNull<T> = T extends (null | undefined) ? never : T

Type Aliasing

We can use the type for creating the aliases for long or complicated types that are hard to read as well as inconvenient to type again and again.

Example:

type Primitive = number | string | boolean | null | undefined

Creating an alias like this makes the code more concise and readable.


Type Capturing

Use the type to capture the type of an object when the type is unknown.

Example:

const orange = { color: "Orange", vitamin: "C"}
type Fruit = typeof orange
let apple: Fruit

Here, we get the unknown type of orange, call it a Fruit and then use the Fruit to create a new type-safe object apple.


When to use interface?


Polymorphism

An interface is a contract to implement a shape of the data. Use the interface to make it clear that it is intended to be implemented and used as a contract about how the object will be used.

Example:

interface Bird {
    size: number
    fly(): void
    sleep(): void
}

class Hummingbird implements Bird { ... }
class Bellbird implements Bird { ... }

Though you can use the type to achieve this, the Typescript is seen more as an object oriented language and the interface has a special place in object oriented languages. It's easier to read the code with interface when you are working in a team environment or contributing to the open source community. It's easy on the new programmers coming from the other object oriented languages too.

The official Typescript documentation also says:

... we recommend using an interface over a type alias when possible.

This also suggests that the type is more intended for creating type aliases than creating the types themselves.


Declaration Merging

You can use the declaration merging feature of the interface for adding new properties and methods to an already declared interface. This is useful for the ambient type declarations of third party libraries. When some declarations are missing for a third party library, you can declare the interface again with the same name and add new properties and methods.

Example:

We can extend the above Bird interface to include new declarations.

interface Bird {
    color: string
    eat(): void
}

That's it! It's easier to remember when to use what than getting lost in subtle differences between the two.

What is the .idea folder?

There is no problem in deleting this. It's not only the WebStorm IDE creating this file, but also PhpStorm and all other of JetBrains' IDEs.

It is safe to delete it but if your project is from GitLab or GitHub then you will see a warning.

Creating a list of dictionaries results in a list of copies of the same dictionary

If you want one line:

list_of_dict = [{} for i in range(list_len)]

$(this).serialize() -- How to add a value?

firstly shouldn't

data: $(this).serialize() + '&=NonFormValue' + NonFormValue,

be

data: $(this).serialize() + '&NonFormValue=' + NonFormValue,

and secondly you can use

url: this.action + '?NonFormValue=' + NonFormValue,

or if the action already contains any parameters

url: this.action + '&NonFormValue=' + NonFormValue,

How to pass in a react component into another react component to transclude the first component's content?

You can use this.props.children to render whatever children the component contains:

const Wrap = ({ children }) => <div>{children}</div>

export default () => <Wrap><h1>Hello word</h1></Wrap>

How do you remove the title text from the Android ActionBar?

I am new to Android so maybe I am wrong...but to solve this problem cant we just go to the manifest and remove the activity label

<activity
        android:name=".Bcft"
        android:screenOrientation="portrait"

        **android:label="" >**

Worked for me....

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

SELECT  *FROM 
    (
    SELECT *FROM emp 
    ORDER BY Salary desc
    )
WHERE rownum <= 3
ORDER BY Salary ;

How can I generate an MD5 hash?

There is a DigestUtils class in Spring also:

http://static.springsource.org/spring/docs/3.0.x/javadoc-api/org/springframework/util/DigestUtils.html

This class contains the method md5DigestAsHex() that does the job.

Convert UTF-8 to base64 string

It's a little difficult to tell what you're trying to achieve, but assuming you're trying to get a Base64 string that when decoded is abcdef==, the following should work:

byte[] bytes = Encoding.UTF8.GetBytes("abcdef==");
string base64 = Convert.ToBase64String(bytes);
Console.WriteLine(base64);

This will output: YWJjZGVmPT0= which is abcdef== encoded in Base64.

Edit:

To decode a Base64 string, simply use Convert.FromBase64String(). E.g.

string base64 = "YWJjZGVmPT0=";
byte[] bytes = Convert.FromBase64String(base64);

At this point, bytes will be a byte[] (not a string). If we know that the byte array represents a string in UTF8, then it can be converted back to the string form using:

string str = Encoding.UTF8.GetString(bytes);
Console.WriteLine(str);

This will output the original input string, abcdef== in this case.

How to view the assembly behind the code using Visual C++?

Additional note: there is big difference between Debug assembler output and Release one. The first one is good to learn how compiler produces assembler code from C++. The second one is good to learn how compiler optimizes various C++ constructs. In this case some C++-to-asm transformations are not obvious.

How to filter specific apps for ACTION_SEND intent (and set a different text for each app)

So simple and concise. Thanks to the Open source developer, cketti for sharing this solution:

String mailto = "mailto:[email protected]" +
    "?cc=" + "[email protected]" +
    "&subject=" + Uri.encode(subject) +
    "&body=" + Uri.encode(bodyText);

Intent emailIntent = new Intent(Intent.ACTION_SENDTO);
emailIntent.setData(Uri.parse(mailto));

try {
  startActivity(emailIntent);
} catch (ActivityNotFoundException e) {
  //TODO: Handle case where no email app is available
}

And this is the link to his/her gist.

CSS3 background image transition

If you can use jQuery, you can try BgSwitcher plugin to switch the background-image with effects, it's very easy to use.

For example :

$('.bgSwitch').bgswitcher({
        images: ["style/img/bg0.jpg","style/img/bg1.jpg","style/img/bg2.jpg"],
        effect: "fade",
        interval: 10000
});

And add your own effect, see adding an effect types

Why does Google prepend while(1); to their JSON responses?

Since the <script> tag is exempted from the Same Origin Policy which is a security necessity in the web world, while(1) when added to the JSON response prevents misuse of it in the <script> tag.

How to print React component on click of a button?

On 6/19/2017 This worked perfect for me.

import React, { Component } from 'react'

class PrintThisComponent extends Component {
  render() {
    return (
      <div>
        <button onClick={() => window.print()}>PRINT</button>
        <p>Click above button opens print preview with these words on page</p>
      </div>
    )
  }
}

export default PrintThisComponent

PHP is_numeric or preg_match 0-9 validation

PHP's is_numeric function allows for floats as well as integers. At the same time, the is_int function is too strict if you want to validate form data (strings only). Therefore, you had usually best use regular expressions for this.

Strictly speaking, integers are whole numbers positive and negative, and also including zero. Here is a regular expression for this:

/^0$|^[-]?[1-9][0-9]*$/

OR, if you want to allow leading zeros:

/^[-]?[0]|[1-9][0-9]$/

Note that this will allow for values such as -0000, which does not cause problems in PHP, however. (MySQL will also cast such values as 0.)

You may also want to confine the length of your integer for considerations of 32/64-bit PHP platform features and/or database compatibility. For instance, to limit the length of your integer to 9 digits (excluding the optional - sign), you could use:

/^0$|^[-]?[1-9][0-9]{0,8}$/

RecyclerView - Get view at particular position

You can as well do this, this will help when you want to modify a view after clicking a recyclerview position item

@Override
public void onClick(View view, int position) {

            View v =  rv_notifications.getChildViewHolder(view).itemView;
            TextView content = v.findViewById(R.id.tv_content);
            content.setText("Helloo");

        }

JQuery - File attributes

To get the filenames, use:

var files = document.getElementById('inputElementID').files;

Using jQuery (since you already are) you can adapt this to the following:

$('input[type="file"][multiple]').change(
    function(e){
        var files = this.files;
        for (i=0;i<files.length;i++){
            console.log(files[i].fileName + ' (' + files[i].fileSize + ').');
        }
        return false;
    });

JS Fiddle demo.

Jquery array.push() not working

another workaround:

var myarray = [];
$("#test").click(function() {
    myarray[index]=$("#drop").val();
    alert(myarray);
});

i wanted to add all checked checkbox to array. so example, if .each is used:

var vpp = [];
var incr=0;
$('.prsn').each(function(idx) {
   if (this.checked) {
       var p=$('.pp').eq(idx).val();
       vpp[incr]=(p);
       incr++;
   }
});
//do what ever with vpp array;

querying WHERE condition to character length?

Sorry, I wasn't sure which SQL platform you're talking about:

In MySQL:

$query = ("SELECT * FROM $db WHERE conditions AND LENGTH(col_name) = 3");

in MSSQL

$query = ("SELECT * FROM $db WHERE conditions AND LEN(col_name) = 3");

The LENGTH() (MySQL) or LEN() (MSSQL) function will return the length of a string in a column that you can use as a condition in your WHERE clause.

Edit

I know this is really old but thought I'd expand my answer because, as Paulo Bueno rightly pointed out, you're most likely wanting the number of characters as opposed to the number of bytes. Thanks Paulo.

So, for MySQL there's the CHAR_LENGTH(). The following example highlights the difference between LENGTH() an CHAR_LENGTH():

CREATE TABLE words (
    word VARCHAR(100)
) ENGINE INNODB DEFAULT CHARSET utf8mb4 COLLATE utf8mb4_unicode_ci;

INSERT INTO words(word) VALUES('??'), ('happy'), ('hayir');

SELECT word, LENGTH(word) as num_bytes, CHAR_LENGTH(word) AS num_characters FROM words;

+--------+-----------+----------------+
| word   | num_bytes | num_characters |
+--------+-----------+----------------+
| ??    |         6 |              2 |
| happy  |         5 |              5 |
| hayir  |         6 |              5 |
+--------+-----------+----------------+

Be careful if you're dealing with multi-byte characters.

How to get a parent element to appear above child

Set a negative z-index for the child, and remove the one set on the parent.

_x000D_
_x000D_
.parent {_x000D_
    position: relative;_x000D_
    width: 350px;_x000D_
    height: 150px;_x000D_
    background: red;_x000D_
    border: solid 1px #000;_x000D_
}_x000D_
.parent2 {_x000D_
    position: relative;_x000D_
    width: 350px;_x000D_
    height: 40px;_x000D_
    background: red;_x000D_
    border: solid 1px #000;_x000D_
}_x000D_
.child {_x000D_
    position: relative;_x000D_
    background-color: blue;_x000D_
    height: 200px;_x000D_
}_x000D_
.wrapper {_x000D_
    position: relative;_x000D_
    background: green;_x000D_
    height: 350px;_x000D_
}
_x000D_
<div class="wrapper">_x000D_
    <div class="parent">parent 1 parent 1_x000D_
        <div class="child">child child child</div>_x000D_
    </div>_x000D_
    <div class="parent2">parent 2 parent 2_x000D_
    </div>_x000D_
</div>
_x000D_
_x000D_
_x000D_

https://jsfiddle.net/uov5h84f/

Excel VBA - Range.Copy transpose paste

Worksheets("Sheet1").Range("A1:A5").Copy
Worksheets("Sheet2").Range("A1").PasteSpecial Transpose:=True

jQuery find file extension (from string)

How about something like this.

Test the live example: http://jsfiddle.net/6hBZU/1/

It assumes that the string will always end with the extension:

function openFile(file) {
    var extension = file.substr( (file.lastIndexOf('.') +1) );
    switch(extension) {
        case 'jpg':
        case 'png':
        case 'gif':
            alert('was jpg png gif');  // There's was a typo in the example where
        break;                         // the alert ended with pdf instead of gif.
        case 'zip':
        case 'rar':
            alert('was zip rar');
        break;
        case 'pdf':
            alert('was pdf');
        break;
        default:
            alert('who knows');
    }
};

openFile("somestring.png");

EDIT: I mistakenly deleted part of the string in openFile("somestring.png");. Corrected. Had it in the Live Example, though.

How to view the current heap size that an application is using?

You can use jconsole (standard with most JDKs) to check heap sizes of any java process.

How does OkHttp get Json string?

As I observed in my code. If once the value is fetched of body from Response, its become blank.

String str = response.body().string();  // {response:[]}

String str1  = response.body().string();  // BLANK

So I believe after fetching once the value from body, it become empty.

Suggestion : Store it in String, that can be used many time.

Merge/flatten an array of arrays

if you use lodash, you can just use its flatten method: https://lodash.com/docs/4.17.14#flatten

The nice thing about lodash is that it also has methods to flatten the arrays:

i) recursively: https://lodash.com/docs/4.17.14#flattenDeep

ii) upto n levels of nesting: https://lodash.com/docs/4.17.14#flattenDepth

For example

const _ = require("lodash");
const pancake =  _.flatten(array)

What's the best way to identify hidden characters in the result of a query in SQL Server (Query Analyzer)?

To find them, you can use this

;WITH cte AS
(
   SELECT 0 AS CharCode
   UNION ALL
   SELECT CharCode + 1 FROM cte WHERE CharCode <31
)
SELECT
   *
FROM
   mytable T
     cross join cte
WHERE
   EXISTS (SELECT *
        FROM mytable Tx
        WHERE Tx.PKCol = T.PKCol
             AND
              Tx.MyField LIKE '%' + CHAR(cte.CharCode) + '%'
         )

Replacing the EXISTS with a JOIN will allow you to REPLACE them, but you'll get multiple rows... I can't think of a way around that...

Ranges of floating point datatype in C?

These numbers come from the IEEE-754 standard, which defines the standard representation of floating point numbers. Wikipedia article at the link explains how to arrive at these ranges knowing the number of bits used for the signs, mantissa, and the exponent.

Getting multiple selected checkbox values in a string in javascript and PHP

This code work fine for me, Here i contvert array to string with ~ sign

    <input type="checkbox" value="created" name="today_check"><strong>&nbsp;Created&nbsp;&nbsp;</strong>
    <input type="checkbox" value="modified" name="today_check"><strong>&nbsp;Modified&nbsp;</strong>    
 <a class="get_tody_btn">Submit</a>

<script type="text/javascript">
        $('.get_tody_btn').click(function(){
            var ck_string = "";
            $.each($("input[name='today_check']:checked"), function(){  
                ck_string += "~"+$(this).val();  
            });
            if (ck_string ){
                ck_string = ck_string .substring(1);
            }else{
                alert('Please choose atleast one value.');
            }


        });
    </script>

How to get a certain element in a list, given the position?

std::list doesn't provide any function to get element given an index. You may try to get it by writing some code, which I wouldn't recommend, because that would be inefficient if you frequently need to do so.

What you need is : std::vector. Use it as:

std::vector<Object> objects;
objects.push_back(myObject);

Object const & x = objects[0];    //index isn't checked
Object const & y = objects.at(0); //index is checked 

Conditional statement in a one line lambda function in python?

I found I COULD use "if-then" statements in a lambda. For instance:

eval_op = {
    '|'  : lambda x,y: eval(y) if (eval(x)==0) else eval(x),
    '&'  : lambda x,y: 0 if (eval(x)==0) else eval(y),
    '<'  : lambda x,y: 1 if (eval(x)<eval(y)) else 0,
    '>'  : lambda x,y: 1 if (eval(x)>eval(y)) else 0,
}

Invoking modal window in AngularJS Bootstrap UI using JavaScript

Quick and Dirty Way!

It's not a good way, but for me it seems the most simplest.

Add an anchor tag which contains the modal data-target and data-toggle, have an id associated with it. (Can be added mostly anywhere in the html view)

<a href="" data-toggle="modal" data-target="#myModal" id="myModalShower"></a>

Now,

Inside the angular controller, from where you want to trigger the modal just use

angular.element('#myModalShower').trigger('click');

This will mimic a click to the button based on the angular code and the modal will appear.

Sleep function Visual Basic

Since you are asking about .NET, you should change the parameter from Long to Integer. .NET's Integer is 32-bit. (Classic VB's integer was only 16-bit.)

Declare Sub Sleep Lib "kernel32.dll" (ByVal Milliseconds As Integer)

Really though, the managed method isn't difficult...

System.Threading.Thread.CurrentThread.Sleep(5000)

Be careful when you do this. In a forms application, you block the message pump and what not, making your program to appear to have hanged. Rarely is sleep a good idea.

BigDecimal setScale and round

There is indeed a big difference, which you should keep in mind. setScale really set the scale of your number whereas round does round your number to the specified digits BUT it "starts from the leftmost digit of exact result" as mentioned within the jdk. So regarding your sample the results are the same, but try 0.0034 instead. Here's my note about that on my blog:

http://araklefeistel.blogspot.com/2011/06/javamathbigdecimal-difference-between.html

How do the likely/unlikely macros in the Linux kernel work and what is their benefit?

Let's decompile to see what GCC 4.8 does with it

Without __builtin_expect

#include "stdio.h"
#include "time.h"

int main() {
    /* Use time to prevent it from being optimized away. */
    int i = !time(NULL);
    if (i)
        printf("%d\n", i);
    puts("a");
    return 0;
}

Compile and decompile with GCC 4.8.2 x86_64 Linux:

gcc -c -O3 -std=gnu11 main.c
objdump -dr main.o

Output:

0000000000000000 <main>:
   0:       48 83 ec 08             sub    $0x8,%rsp
   4:       31 ff                   xor    %edi,%edi
   6:       e8 00 00 00 00          callq  b <main+0xb>
                    7: R_X86_64_PC32        time-0x4
   b:       48 85 c0                test   %rax,%rax
   e:       75 14                   jne    24 <main+0x24>
  10:       ba 01 00 00 00          mov    $0x1,%edx
  15:       be 00 00 00 00          mov    $0x0,%esi
                    16: R_X86_64_32 .rodata.str1.1
  1a:       bf 01 00 00 00          mov    $0x1,%edi
  1f:       e8 00 00 00 00          callq  24 <main+0x24>
                    20: R_X86_64_PC32       __printf_chk-0x4
  24:       bf 00 00 00 00          mov    $0x0,%edi
                    25: R_X86_64_32 .rodata.str1.1+0x4
  29:       e8 00 00 00 00          callq  2e <main+0x2e>
                    2a: R_X86_64_PC32       puts-0x4
  2e:       31 c0                   xor    %eax,%eax
  30:       48 83 c4 08             add    $0x8,%rsp
  34:       c3                      retq

The instruction order in memory was unchanged: first the printf and then puts and the retq return.

With __builtin_expect

Now replace if (i) with:

if (__builtin_expect(i, 0))

and we get:

0000000000000000 <main>:
   0:       48 83 ec 08             sub    $0x8,%rsp
   4:       31 ff                   xor    %edi,%edi
   6:       e8 00 00 00 00          callq  b <main+0xb>
                    7: R_X86_64_PC32        time-0x4
   b:       48 85 c0                test   %rax,%rax
   e:       74 11                   je     21 <main+0x21>
  10:       bf 00 00 00 00          mov    $0x0,%edi
                    11: R_X86_64_32 .rodata.str1.1+0x4
  15:       e8 00 00 00 00          callq  1a <main+0x1a>
                    16: R_X86_64_PC32       puts-0x4
  1a:       31 c0                   xor    %eax,%eax
  1c:       48 83 c4 08             add    $0x8,%rsp
  20:       c3                      retq
  21:       ba 01 00 00 00          mov    $0x1,%edx
  26:       be 00 00 00 00          mov    $0x0,%esi
                    27: R_X86_64_32 .rodata.str1.1
  2b:       bf 01 00 00 00          mov    $0x1,%edi
  30:       e8 00 00 00 00          callq  35 <main+0x35>
                    31: R_X86_64_PC32       __printf_chk-0x4
  35:       eb d9                   jmp    10 <main+0x10>

The printf (compiled to __printf_chk) was moved to the very end of the function, after puts and the return to improve branch prediction as mentioned by other answers.

So it is basically the same as:

int main() {
    int i = !time(NULL);
    if (i)
        goto printf;
puts:
    puts("a");
    return 0;
printf:
    printf("%d\n", i);
    goto puts;
}

This optimization was not done with -O0.

But good luck on writing an example that runs faster with __builtin_expect than without, CPUs are really smart these days. My naive attempts are here.

C++20 [[likely]] and [[unlikely]]

C++20 has standardized those C++ built-ins: How to use C++20's likely/unlikely attribute in if-else statement They will likely (a pun!) do the same thing.

MySQL: how to get the difference between two timestamps in seconds

You could use the TIMEDIFF() and the TIME_TO_SEC() functions as follows:

SELECT TIME_TO_SEC(TIMEDIFF('2010-08-20 12:01:00', '2010-08-20 12:00:00')) diff;
+------+
| diff |
+------+
|   60 |
+------+
1 row in set (0.00 sec)

You could also use the UNIX_TIMESTAMP() function as @Amber suggested in an other answer:

SELECT UNIX_TIMESTAMP('2010-08-20 12:01:00') - 
       UNIX_TIMESTAMP('2010-08-20 12:00:00') diff;
+------+
| diff |
+------+
|   60 |
+------+
1 row in set (0.00 sec)

If you are using the TIMESTAMP data type, I guess that the UNIX_TIMESTAMP() solution would be slightly faster, since TIMESTAMP values are already stored as an integer representing the number of seconds since the epoch (Source). Quoting the docs:

When UNIX_TIMESTAMP() is used on a TIMESTAMP column, the function returns the internal timestamp value directly, with no implicit “string-to-Unix-timestamp” conversion.

Keep in mind that TIMEDIFF() return data type of TIME. TIME values may range from '-838:59:59' to '838:59:59' (roughly 34.96 days)

How can you change Network settings (IP Address, DNS, WINS, Host Name) with code in C#

A far more clear solution is to use the command netsh to change the IP (or setting it back to DHCP)

netsh interface ip set address "Local Area Connection" static 192.168.0.10 255.255.255.0

Where "Local Area Connection" is the name of the network adapter. You could find it in the windows Network Connections, sometimes it is simply named "Ethernet".

Here are two methods to set the IP and also to set the IP back to DHCP "Obtain an IP address automatically"

public bool SetIP(string networkInterfaceName, string ipAddress, string subnetMask, string gateway = null)
{
    var networkInterface = NetworkInterface.GetAllNetworkInterfaces().FirstOrDefault(nw => nw.Name == networkInterfaceName);
    var ipProperties = networkInterface.GetIPProperties();
    var ipInfo = ipProperties.UnicastAddresses.FirstOrDefault(ip => ip.Address.AddressFamily == AddressFamily.InterNetwork);
    var currentIPaddress = ipInfo.Address.ToString();
    var currentSubnetMask = ipInfo.IPv4Mask.ToString();
    var isDHCPenabled = ipProperties.GetIPv4Properties().IsDhcpEnabled;

    if (!isDHCPenabled && currentIPaddress == ipAddress && currentSubnetMask == subnetMask)
        return true;    // no change necessary

    var process = new Process
    {
        StartInfo = new ProcessStartInfo("netsh", $"interface ip set address \"{networkInterfaceName}\" static {ipAddress} {subnetMask}" + (string.IsNullOrWhiteSpace(gateway) ? "" : $"{gateway} 1")) { Verb = "runas" }
    };
    process.Start();
    var successful = process.ExitCode == 0;
    process.Dispose();
    return successful;
}

public bool SetDHCP(string networkInterfaceName)
{
    var networkInterface = NetworkInterface.GetAllNetworkInterfaces().FirstOrDefault(nw => nw.Name == networkInterfaceName);
    var ipProperties = networkInterface.GetIPProperties();
    var isDHCPenabled = ipProperties.GetIPv4Properties().IsDhcpEnabled;

    if (isDHCPenabled)
        return true;    // no change necessary

    var process = new Process
    {
        StartInfo = new ProcessStartInfo("netsh", $"interface ip set address \"{networkInterfaceName}\" dhcp") { Verb = "runas" }
    };
    process.Start();
    var successful = process.ExitCode == 0;
    process.Dispose();
    return successful;
}

How do you get a string from a MemoryStream?

Why not make a nice extension method on the MemoryStream type?

public static class MemoryStreamExtensions
{

    static object streamLock = new object();

    public static void WriteLine(this MemoryStream stream, string text, bool flush)
    {
        byte[] bytes = Encoding.UTF8.GetBytes(text + Environment.NewLine);
        lock (streamLock)
        {
            stream.Write(bytes, 0, bytes.Length);
            if (flush)
            {
                stream.Flush();
            }
        }
    }

    public static void WriteLine(this MemoryStream stream, string formatString, bool flush, params string[] strings)
    {
        byte[] bytes = Encoding.UTF8.GetBytes(String.Format(formatString, strings) + Environment.NewLine);
        lock (streamLock)
        {
            stream.Write(bytes, 0, bytes.Length);
            if (flush)
            {
                stream.Flush();
            }
        }
    }

    public static void WriteToConsole(this MemoryStream stream)
    {
        lock (streamLock)
        {
            long temporary = stream.Position;
            stream.Position = 0;
            using (StreamReader reader = new StreamReader(stream, Encoding.UTF8, false, 0x1000, true))
            {
                string text = reader.ReadToEnd();
                if (!String.IsNullOrEmpty(text))
                {
                    Console.WriteLine(text);
                }
            }
            stream.Position = temporary;
        }
    }
}

Of course, be careful when using these methods in conjunction with the standard ones. :) ...you'll need to use that handy streamLock if you do, for concurrency.

Hibernate error: ids for this class must be manually assigned before calling save():

Your @Entity class has a String type for its @Id field, so it can't generate ids for you.

If you change it to an auto increment in the DB and a Long in java, and add the @GeneratedValue annotation:

@Id
@Column(name="U_id")
@GeneratedValue(strategy=GenerationType.IDENTITY)
private Long U_id;

it will handle incrementing id generation for you.

How to force page refreshes or reloads in jQuery?

Replace with:

$('#something').click(function() {
    location.reload();
});

How do I specify "not equals to" when comparing strings in an XSLT <xsl:if>?

As Filburt says; but also note that it's usually better to write

test="not(Count = 'N/A')"

If there's exactly one Count element they mean the same thing, but if there's no Count, or if there are several, then the meanings are different.

6 YEARS LATER

Since this answer seems to have become popular, but may be a little cryptic to some readers, let me expand it.

The "=" and "!=" operator in XPath can compare two sets of values. In general, if A and B are sets of values, then "=" returns true if there is any pair of values from A and B that are equal, while "!=" returns true if there is any pair that are unequal.

In the common case where A selects zero-or-one nodes, and B is a constant (say "NA"), this means that not(A = "NA") returns true if A is either absent, or has a value not equal to "NA". By contrast, A != "NA" returns true if A is present and not equal to "NA". Usually you want the "absent" case to be treated as "not equal", which means that not(A = "NA") is the appropriate formulation.

Jquery select change not firing

Try

 $(document).on('change','#multiid',function(){
    alert('Change Happened');
});

As your select-box is generated from the code, so you have to use event delegation, where in place of $(document) you can have closest parent element.

Or

$(document.body).on('change','#multiid',function(){
    alert('Change Happened');
});

Update:

Second one works fine, there is another change of selector to make it work.

$('#addbasket').on('change','#multiid',function(){
    alert('Change Happened');
});

Ideally we should use $("#addbasket") as it's the closest parent element [As i have mentioned above].

Remove sensitive files and their commits from Git history

If you pushed to GitHub, force pushing is not enough, delete the repository or contact support

Even if you force push one second afterwards, it is not enough as explained below.

The only valid courses of action are:

  • is what leaked a changeable credential like a password?

    • yes: modify your passwords immediately, and consider using more OAuth and API keys!

    • no (naked pics):

      • do you care if all issues in the repository get nuked?

        • no: delete the repository

        • yes:

          • contact support
          • if the leak is very critical to you, to the point that you are willing to get some repository downtime to make it less likely to leak, make it private while you wait for GitHub support to reply to you

Force pushing a second later is not enough because:

If you delete the repository instead of just force pushing however, commits do disappear even from the API immediately and give 404, e.g. https://api.github.com/repos/cirosantilli/test-dangling-delete/commits/8c08448b5fbf0f891696819f3b2b2d653f7a3824 This works even if you recreate another repository with the same name.

To test this out, I have created a repo: https://github.com/cirosantilli/test-dangling and did:

git init
git remote add origin [email protected]:cirosantilli/test-dangling.git

touch a
git add .
git commit -m 0
git push

touch b
git add .
git commit -m 1
git push

touch c
git rm b
git add .
git commit --amend --no-edit
git push -f

See also: How to remove a dangling commit from GitHub?

git filter-repo is now officially recommended over git filter-branch

This is mentioned in the manpage of git filter-branch in Git 2.5 itself.

With git filter repo, you could either remove certain files with: Remove folder and its contents from git/GitHub's history

pip install git-filter-repo
git filter-repo --path path/to/remove1 --path path/to/remove2 --invert-paths

This automatically removes empty commits.

Or you can replace certain strings with: How to replace a string in a whole Git history?

git filter-repo --replace-text <(echo 'my_password==>xxxxxxxx')

How can I convert a DOM element to a jQuery element?

var elm = document.createElement("div");
var jelm = $(elm);//convert to jQuery Element
var htmlElm = jelm[0];//convert to HTML Element

Show and hide a View with a slide up/down animation

Now visibility change animations should be done via Transition API which available in support (androidx) package. Just call TransitionManager.beginDelayedTransition method with Slide transition then change visibility of the view.

enter image description here

import androidx.transition.Slide;
import androidx.transition.Transition;
import androidx.transition.TransitionManager;

private void toggle(boolean show) {
    View redLayout = findViewById(R.id.redLayout);
    ViewGroup parent = findViewById(R.id.parent);

    Transition transition = new Slide(Gravity.BOTTOM);
    transition.setDuration(600);
    transition.addTarget(R.id.redLayout);

    TransitionManager.beginDelayedTransition(parent, transition);
    redLayout.setVisibility(show ? View.VISIBLE : View.GONE);
}

activity_main.xml

<?xml version="1.0" encoding="utf-8"?>
<RelativeLayout xmlns:android="http://schemas.android.com/apk/res/android"
    android:id="@+id/parent"
    android:layout_width="match_parent"
    android:layout_height="match_parent"
    android:orientation="vertical">

    <Button
        android:id="@+id/btn"
        android:layout_width="wrap_content"
        android:layout_height="wrap_content"
        android:text="play" />

    <LinearLayout
        android:id="@+id/redLayout"
        android:layout_width="match_parent"
        android:layout_height="400dp"
        android:background="#5f00"
        android:layout_alignParentBottom="true" />
</RelativeLayout>

Check this answer with another default and custom transition examples.

Tick symbol in HTML/XHTML

Why don't you use the HTML input checkbox element in read only mode

<input type="checkbox" disabled="disabled" /> and
<input type="checkbox" checked="checked" disabled="disabled" />

I assume this will work on all browsers.

How to add smooth scrolling to Bootstrap's scroll spy function

$("#YOUR-BUTTON").on('click', function(e) {
   e.preventDefault();
   $('html, body').animate({
        scrollTop: $("#YOUR-TARGET").offset().top
     }, 300);
});

angular 2 ngIf and CSS transition/animation

One way is to use a setter for the ngIf property and set the state as part of updating the value.

StackBlitz example

fade.component.ts

 import {
    animate,
    AnimationEvent,
    state,
    style,
    transition,
    trigger
  } from '@angular/animations';
  import { ChangeDetectionStrategy, Component, Input } from '@angular/core';

  export type FadeState = 'visible' | 'hidden';

  @Component({
    selector: 'app-fade',
    templateUrl: './fade.component.html',
    styleUrls: ['./fade.component.scss'],
    animations: [
      trigger('state', [
        state(
          'visible',
          style({
            opacity: '1'
          })
        ),
        state(
          'hidden',
          style({
            opacity: '0'
          })
        ),
        transition('* => visible', [animate('500ms ease-out')]),
        transition('visible => hidden', [animate('500ms ease-out')])
      ])
    ],
    changeDetection: ChangeDetectionStrategy.OnPush
  })
  export class FadeComponent {
    state: FadeState;
    // tslint:disable-next-line: variable-name
    private _show: boolean;
    get show() {
      return this._show;
    }
    @Input()
    set show(value: boolean) {
      if (value) {
        this._show = value;
        this.state = 'visible';
      } else {
        this.state = 'hidden';
      }
    }

    animationDone(event: AnimationEvent) {
      if (event.fromState === 'visible' && event.toState === 'hidden') {
        this._show = false;
      }
    }
  }

fade.component.html

 <div
    *ngIf="show"
    class="fade"
    [@state]="state"
    (@state.done)="animationDone($event)"
  >
    <button mat-raised-button color="primary">test</button>
  </div>

example.component.css

:host {
  display: block;
}
.fade {
  opacity: 0;
}

Find when a file was deleted in Git

I've just added a solution here (is there a way in git to list all deleted files in the repository?) for finding the commits of deleted files by using a regexp:

git log --diff-filter=D --summary | sed -n '/^commit/h;/\/some_dir\//{G;s/\ncommit \(.*\)/ \1/gp}'

This returns everything deleted within a directory named some_dir (cascading). Any sed regexp there where \/some_dir\/ is will do.

OSX (thanks to @triplee and @keif)

git log --diff-filter=D --summary | sed -n -e '/^commit/h' -e '\:/:{' -e G -e 's/\ncommit \(.*\)/ \1/gp' -e }

JavaScript replace \n with <br />

Use a regular expression for .replace().:

messagetoSend = messagetoSend.replace(/\n/g, "<br />");

If those linebreaks were made by windows-encoding, you will also have to replace the carriage return.

messagetoSend = messagetoSend.replace(/\r\n/g, "<br />");

How to read a specific line using the specific line number from a file in Java?

EASY WAY - Reading a line using line number. Let's say Line number starts from 1 till null .

public class TextFileAssignmentOct {
    
    private void readData(int rowNum, BufferedReader br) throws IOException {
        int n=1;                                    //Line number starts from 1
        String row;
        while((row=br.readLine()) != null)  {       // Reads every line
            if (n == rowNum) {                      // When Line number matches with which you want to read
                System.out.println(row);
            }
            n++;                                    //This increments Line number
        }
    }

    public static void main(String[] args) throws IOException {
        File f = new File("../JavaPractice/FileRead.txt");
        FileReader fr = new FileReader(f);
        BufferedReader br = new BufferedReader(fr);
        
        TextFileAssignmentOct txf = new TextFileAssignmentOct();
        txf.readData(4, br);    //Read a Specific Line using Line number and Passing buffered reader
    }
}

Casting a variable using a Type variable

public bool TryCast<T>(ref T t, object o)
{
    if (
        o == null
        || !typeof(T).IsAssignableFrom(o.GetType())
        )
        return false;
    t = (T)o;
    return true;
}

org.hibernate.MappingException: Could not determine type for: java.util.List, at table: College, for columns: [org.hibernate.mapping.Column(students)]

Don't worry! This problem occurs because of the annotation. Instead of Field based access, Property based access solves this problem. The code as follows:

package onetomanymapping;

import java.util.List;

import javax.persistence.*;

@Entity
public class College {
private int collegeId;
private String collegeName;
private List<Student> students;

@OneToMany(targetEntity = Student.class, mappedBy = "college", 
    cascade = CascadeType.ALL, fetch = FetchType.EAGER)
public List<Student> getStudents() {
    return students;
}

public void setStudents(List<Student> students) {
    this.students = students;
}

@Id
@GeneratedValue
public int getCollegeId() {
    return collegeId;
}

public void setCollegeId(int collegeId) {
    this.collegeId = collegeId;
}

public String getCollegeName() {
    return collegeName;
}

public void setCollegeName(String collegeName) {
    this.collegeName = collegeName;
}

}

How do I compile a .cpp file on Linux?

Just type the code and save it in .cpp format. then try "gcc filename.cpp" . This will create the object file. then try "./a.out" (This is the default object file name). If you want to know about gcc you can always try "man gcc"

Fastest method to replace all instances of a character in a string

You can use the following:

newStr = str.replace(/[^a-z0-9]/gi, '_');

or

newStr = str.replace(/[^a-zA-Z0-9]/g, '_');

This is going to replace all the character that are not letter or numbers to ('_'). Simple change the underscore value for whatever you want to replace it.

Service vs IntentService in the Android platform

If someone can show me an example of something that you can be done with an IntentService and can not be done with a service and the other way around.

IntentService can not be used for Long Time Listening, Like for XMPP Listeners, its a single time operator, do the job and wave goodbye.

Also it has just one threadworker, but with a trick, you can use it as unlimited.

How to convert an array to object in PHP?

This requires PHP7 because I chose to use a lambda function to lock away the 'innerfunc' within the main function. The lambda function is called recursively, hence the need for: "use ( &$innerfunc )". You could do it in PHP5 but could not hide the innerfunc.

function convertArray2Object($defs) {
    $innerfunc = function ($a) use ( &$innerfunc ) {
       return (is_array($a)) ? (object) array_map($innerfunc, $a) : $a; 
    };
    return (object) array_map($innerfunc, $defs);
}

Convert string with comma to integer

The following is another method that will work, although as with some of the other methods it will strip decimal places.

a = 1,112
b = a.scan(/\d+/).join().to_i => 1112

jQuery lose focus event

blur event: when the element loses focus.

focusout event: when the element, or any element inside of it, loses focus.

As there is nothing inside the filter element, both blur and focusout will work in this case.

$(function() {
  $('#filter').blur(function() {
    $('#options').hide();
  });
})

jsfiddle with blur: http://jsfiddle.net/yznhb8pc/

$(function() {
  $('#filter').focusout(function() {
    $('#options').hide();
  });
})

jsfiddle with focusout: http://jsfiddle.net/yznhb8pc/1/

Retrofit 2 - Dynamic URL

Dynamic URL with Get and Post method in Retrofit (MVVM)

Retrofit Service interface:

public interface NetworkAPIServices {

@POST()
Observable<JsonElement> executXYZServiceAPI(@Url String url,@Body AuthTokenRequestModel param);


@GET
Observable<JsonElement> executeInserInfo(@Url String url);

MVVM service class:

   public Observable<JsonElement> executXYZServiceAPI(ModelObject object) {
    return networkAPIServices.authenticateAPI("url",
            object);
}

 public Observable<JsonElement> executeInserInfo(String ID) {
    return networkAPIServices.getBank(DynamicAPIPath.mergeUrlPath("url"+ID)));
}

and Retrofit Client class

 @Provides
@Singleton
@Inject
@Named("provideRetrofit2")
Retrofit provideRetrofit(@Named("provideRetrofit2") Gson gson, @Named("provideRetrofit2") OkHttpClient okHttpClient) {


   builder = new Retrofit.Builder();
    if (BaseApplication.getInstance().getApplicationMode() == ApplicationMode.DEVELOPMENT) {
        builder.baseUrl(NetworkURLs.BASE_URL_UAT);
    } else {
        builder.baseUrl(NetworkURLs.BASE_URL_PRODUCTION);
    }


    builder.addCallAdapterFactory(RxJava2CallAdapterFactory.create());
    builder.client(okHttpClient);
    builder.addConverterFactory(GsonConverterFactory.create(gson));


    return builder.build();
}

for example This is url : https://gethelp.wildapricot.com/en/articles/549-changing-your

baseURL : https://gethelp.wildapricot.com

Remaining @Url: /en/articles/549-changing-your (which is you pass in retro service class)

Sorting list based on values from another list

Another alternative, combining several of the answers.

zip(*sorted(zip(Y,X)))[1]

In order to work for python3:

list(zip(*sorted(zip(B,A))))[1]

How can I center <ul> <li> into div

<div id="container">
  <table width="100%" height="100%">
    <tr>
      <td align="center" valign="middle">
        <ul>
          <li>item 1</li>
          <li>item 2</li>
          <li>item 3</li>
        </ul>
      </td>
    </tr>
  </table>
</div>

What is "android.R.layout.simple_list_item_1"?

No need to go to external links, everything you need is located on your computer already:

Android\android-sdk\platforms\android-x\data\res\layout.

Source code for all android layouts are located here.

Read text file into string. C++ ifstream

It looks like you are trying to parse each line. You've been shown by another answer how to use getline in a loop to seperate each line. The other tool you are going to want is istringstream, to seperate each token.

std::string line;
while(std::getline(file, line))
{
    std::istringstream iss(line);
    std::string token;
    while (iss >> token)
    {
        // do something with token
    }
}

How to trim whitespace from a Bash variable?

Removing spaces to one space:

(text) | fmt -su

How to target the href to div

Try this code in jquery

$(document).ready(function(){
  $("a").click(function(){
  var id=$(this).attr('href');
  var value=$(id).text();
  $(".target").text(value);
  });
});

javascript: get a function's variable's value within another function

Your nameContent variable is inside the function scope and not visible outside that function so if you want to use the nameContent outside of the function then declare it global inside the <script> tag and use inside functions without the var keyword as follows

<script language="javascript" type="text/javascript">
    var nameContent; // In the global scope
    function first(){
        nameContent=document.getElementById('full_name').value;
    }

    function second() {
        first();
        y=nameContent; 
        alert(y);
    }
    second();
</script>

How to overwrite the output directory in spark

df.write.mode('overwrite').parquet("/output/folder/path") works if you want to overwrite a parquet file using python. This is in spark 1.6.2. API may be different in later versions

Disabling browser caching for all browsers from ASP.NET

See also How to prevent google chrome from caching my inputs, esp hidden ones when user click back? without which Chrome might reload but preserve the previous content of <input> elements -- in other words, use autocomplete="off".

How do you load custom UITableViewCells from Xib files?

I've decided to post since I don't like any of these answers -- things can always be more simple and this is by far the most concise way I've found.

1. Build your Xib in Interface Builder as you like it

  • Set File's Owner to class NSObject
  • Add a UITableViewCell and set its class to MyTableViewCellSubclass -- if your IB crashes (happens in Xcode > 4 as of this writing), just use a UIView of do the interface in Xcode 4 if you still have it laying around
  • Layout your subviews inside this cell and attach your IBOutlet connections to your @interface in the .h or .m (.m is my preference)

2. In your UIViewController or UITableViewController subclass

@implementation ViewController

static NSString *cellIdentifier = @"MyCellIdentier";

- (void) viewDidLoad {

    ...
    [self.tableView registerNib:[UINib nibWithNibName:@"MyTableViewCellSubclass" bundle:nil] forCellReuseIdentifier:cellIdentifier];
}

- (UITableViewCell*) tableView:(UITableView *)tableView cellForRowAtIndexPath:(NSIndexPath *)indexPath
{
    MyTableViewCellSubclass *cell = [tableView dequeueReusableCellWithIdentifier:cellIdentifier];

    ...

    return cell;
}

3. In your MyTableViewCellSubclass

- (id) initWithCoder:(NSCoder *)aDecoder {
    if (self = [super initWithCoder:aDecoder]) {
        ...
    }

    return self;
}

How to simulate "Press any key to continue?"

There is no completely portable solution.

Question 19.1 of the comp.lang.c FAQ covers this in some depth, with solutions for Windows, Unix-like systems, and even MS-DOS and VMS.

A quick and incomplete summary:

  • You can use the curses library; call cbreak() followed by getch() (not to be confused with the Windows-specific getch()function). Note that curses generally takes control of the terminal, so this is likely to be overkill.
  • You might be able to use ioctl() to manipulate the terminal settings.
  • On POSIX-compliant systems, tcgetattr() and tcsetattr() may be a better solution.
  • On Unix, you can use system() to invoke the stty command.
  • On MS-DOS, you can use getch() or getche().
  • On VMS (now called OpenVMS), the Screen Management (SMG$) routines might do the trick.

All these C solutions should work equally well in C++; I don't know of any C++-specific solution.

Run a Command Prompt command from Desktop Shortcut

Yes. One option you have is to create a batch file containing the command

cmd -c {your command}

or

cmd -k {your command}

The shortcut will then be to this batch file.

How to convert an array of strings to an array of floats in numpy?

Well, if you're reading the data in as a list, just do np.array(map(float, list_of_strings)) (or equivalently, use a list comprehension). (In Python 3, you'll need to call list on the map return value if you use map, since map returns an iterator now.)

However, if it's already a numpy array of strings, there's a better way. Use astype().

import numpy as np
x = np.array(['1.1', '2.2', '3.3'])
y = x.astype(np.float)

Android - Activity vs FragmentActivity?

FragmentActivity gives you all of the functionality of Activity plus the ability to use Fragments which are very useful in many cases, particularly when working with the ActionBar, which is the best way to use Tabs in Android.

If you are only targeting Honeycomb (v11) or greater devices, then you can use Activity and use the native Fragments introduced in v11 without issue. FragmentActivity was built specifically as part of the Support Library to back port some of those useful features (such as Fragments) back to older devices.

I should also note that you'll probably find the Backward Compatibility - Implementing Tabs training very helpful going forward.

Plotting categorical data with pandas and matplotlib

like this :

df.groupby('colour').size().plot(kind='bar')

versionCode vs versionName in Android Manifest

Version Code Represent Version of Your code, android OS check for update by using this variable whether this code is old or new.

Version Name Represent name of version in the format-

(Major).(Minor).(point)

String, used for readable string only, functionally version code has been used by OS.

Simplest way to have a configuration file in a Windows Forms C# application

What version of .NET and Visual Studio are you using?

When you created the new project, you should have a file in your solution called app.config. That is the default configuration file.

How to justify a single flexbox item (override justify-content)

There doesn't seem to be justify-self, but you can achieve similar result setting appropriate margin to auto¹. E. g. for flex-direction: row (default) you should set margin-right: auto to align the child to the left.

_x000D_
_x000D_
.container {_x000D_
  height: 100px;_x000D_
  border: solid 10px skyblue;_x000D_
  _x000D_
  display: flex;_x000D_
  justify-content: flex-end;_x000D_
}_x000D_
.block {_x000D_
  width: 50px;_x000D_
  background: tomato;_x000D_
}_x000D_
.justify-start {_x000D_
  margin-right: auto;_x000D_
}
_x000D_
<div class="container">_x000D_
  <div class="block justify-start"></div>_x000D_
  <div class="block"></div>_x000D_
</div>
_x000D_
_x000D_
_x000D_

¹ This behaviour is defined by the Flexbox spec.

Starting with Zend Tutorial - Zend_DB_Adapter throws Exception: "SQLSTATE[HY000] [2002] No such file or directory"

Try setting host=127.0.0.1 on your db settings file, it worked for me! :)

Hope it helps!

Array String Declaration

Declare the array size will solve your problem

 String[] title = {
            "Abundance",
            "Anxiety",
            "Bruxism",
            "Discipline",
            "Drug Addiction"
        };
    String urlbase = "http://www.somewhere.com/data/";
    String imgSel = "/logo.png";
    String[] mStrings = new String[title.length];

    for(int i=0;i<title.length;i++) {
        mStrings[i] = urlbase + title[i].toLowerCase() + imgSel;

        System.out.println(mStrings[i]);
    }

Getting the docstring from a function

On ipython or jupyter notebook, you can use all the above mentioned ways, but i go with

my_func?

or

?my_func

for quick summary of both method signature and docstring.

I avoid using

my_func??

(as commented by @rohan) for docstring and use it only to check the source code

how to pass parameter from @Url.Action to controller function

you can pass it this way :

Url.Action("CreatePerson", "Person", new RouteValueDictionary(new { id = id }));

OR can also pass this way

Url.Action("CreatePerson", "Person", new { id = id });

IE 8: background-size fix

Also i have found another useful link. It is a background hack used like this

.selector { background-size: cover; -ms-behavior: url(/backgroundsize.min.htc); }

https://github.com/louisremi/background-size-polyfill

python: get directory two levels up

Personally, I find that using the os module is the easiest method as outlined below. If you are only going up one level, replace ('../..') with ('..').

    import os
    os.chdir('../..')

--Check:
    os.getcwd()

What should be in my .gitignore for an Android Studio project?

I merge Github .gitignore files

### Github Android.gitignore ### 

# Built application files
*.apk
*.ap_

# Files for the Dalvik VM
*.dex

# Java class files
*.class

# Generated files
bin/
gen/

# Gradle files
.gradle/
build/

# Local configuration file (sdk path, etc)
local.properties

# Proguard folder generated by Eclipse
proguard/

# Log Files
*.log

# Android Studio Navigation editor temp files
.navigation/

# Android Studio captures folder
captures/

### Github JetBrains.gitignore ### 

# Covers JetBrains IDEs: IntelliJ, RubyMine, PhpStorm, AppCode, PyCharm, CLion, Android Studio

*.iml

## Directory-based project format:
.idea/
# if you remove the above rule, at least ignore the following:

# User-specific stuff:
# .idea/workspace.xml
# .idea/tasks.xml
# .idea/dictionaries

# Sensitive or high-churn files:
# .idea/dataSources.ids
# .idea/dataSources.xml
# .idea/sqlDataSources.xml
# .idea/dynamic.xml
# .idea/uiDesigner.xml

# Gradle:
# .idea/gradle.xml
# .idea/libraries

# Mongo Explorer plugin:
# .idea/mongoSettings.xml

## File-based project format:
*.ipr
*.iws

## Plugin-specific files:

# IntelliJ
/out/

# mpeltonen/sbt-idea plugin
.idea_modules/

# JIRA plugin
atlassian-ide-plugin.xml

# Crashlytics plugin (for Android Studio and IntelliJ)
com_crashlytics_export_strings.xml
crashlytics.properties
crashlytics-build.properties

Please read: JetBrains Support: How to manage projects under Version Control Systems

How do I download NLTK data?

This worked for me:

nltk.set_proxy('http://user:[email protected]:8080')
nltk.download()

How to copy a row from one SQL Server table to another

Alternative syntax:

INSERT tbl (Col1, Col2, ..., ColN)
  SELECT Col1, Col2, ..., ColN
  FROM Tbl2
  WHERE ...

The select query can (of course) include expressions, case statements, constants/literals, etc.

mysqldump data only

This should work:

# To export to file (data only)
mysqldump -u [user] -p[pass] --no-create-info mydb > mydb.sql

# To export to file (structure only)
mysqldump -u [user] -p[pass] --no-data mydb > mydb.sql

# To import to database
mysql -u [user] -p[pass] mydb < mydb.sql

NOTE: there's no space between -p & [pass]

Vue JS mounted()

Abstract your initialization into a method, and call the method from mounted and wherever else you want.

new Vue({
  methods:{
    init(){
      //call API
      //Setup game
    }
  },
  mounted(){
    this.init()
  }
})

Then possibly have a button in your template to start over.

<button v-if="playerWon" @click="init">Play Again</button>

In this button, playerWon represents a boolean value in your data that you would set when the player wins the game so the button appears. You would set it back to false in init.