Programs & Examples On #Rdbms

A relational database management system (RDBMS) is a database management system (DBMS) in which data is stored in tables and the relationships among the data are also stored in tables.

Drop all tables command

Once you've dropped all the tables (and the indexes will disappear when the table goes) then there's nothing left in a SQLite database as far as I know, although the file doesn't seem to shrink (from a quick test I just did).

So deleting the file would seem to be fastest - it should just be recreated when your app tries to access the db file.

What are database constraints?

There are basically 4 types of main constraints in SQL:

  • Domain Constraint: if one of the attribute values provided for a new tuple is not of the specified attribute domain

  • Key Constraint: if the value of a key attribute in a new tuple already exists in another tuple in the relation

  • Referential Integrity: if a foreign key value in a new tuple references a primary key value that does not exist in the referenced relation

  • Entity Integrity: if the primary key value is null in a new tuple

What is the difference between DBMS and RDBMS?

There are other database systems, such as document stores, key value stores, columnar stores, object oriented databases. These are databases too but they are not based on relations (relational theory) ie they are not relational database systems.

So there are lot of differences. Database management system is the name for all databases.

NoSql vs Relational database

RDBMS focus more on relationship and NoSQL focus more on storage.

You can consider using NoSQL when your RDBMS reaches bottlenecks. NoSQL makes RDBMS more flexible.

IN vs ANY operator in PostgreSQL

There are two obvious points, as well as the points in the other answer:

  • They are exactly equivalent when using sub queries:

    SELECT * FROM table
    WHERE column IN(subquery);
    
    SELECT * FROM table
    WHERE column = ANY(subquery);
    

On the other hand:

  • Only the IN operator allows a simple list:

    SELECT * FROM table
    WHERE column IN(… , … , …);
    

Presuming they are exactly the same has caught me out several times when forgetting that ANY doesn’t work with lists.

Relational Database Design Patterns?

After many years of database development I can say there are some no goes and some question that you should answer before you begin:

questions:

  • Do you want use in the future another DBMS? If yes then does not use to special SQL stuff of the current DBMS. Remove logic in your application.

Does not use:

  • white spaces in table names and column names
  • Non Ascii characters in table and column names
  • binding to a specific lower case or upper case. And never use 2 tables or columns that differ only with lower case and upper case.
  • does not use SQL keywords for tables or columns names like "FROM", "BETWEEN", "DELETE", etc

recomendations:

  • Use NVARCHAR or equivalents for unicode support then you have no problems with codepages.
  • Give every column a unique name. This make it easer on join to select the column. It is very difficult if every table has a column "ID" or "Name" or "Description". Use XyzID and AbcID.
  • Use a resource bundle or equals for complex SQL expressions. It make it easer to switch to another DBMS.
  • Does not cast hard on any data type. Another DBMS can not have this data type. FOr example Oracle daes not have a SMALLINT only a number.

I hope this is a good starting point.

What does the term "Tuple" Mean in Relational Databases?

In relational databases, tables are relations (in mathematical meaning). Relations are sets of tuples. Thus table row in relational database is tuple in relation.

Wiki on relations:

In mathematics (more specifically, in set theory and logic), a relation is a property that assigns truth values to combinations (k-tuples) of k individuals. Typically, the property describes a possible connection between the components of a k-tuple. For a given set of k-tuples, a truth value is assigned to each k-tuple according to whether the property does or does not hold.

What are the different types of keys in RDBMS?

There also exists a UNIQUE KEY. The main difference between PRIMARY KEY and UNIQUE KEY is that the PRIMARY KEY never takes NULL value while a UNIQUE KEY may take NULL value. Also, there can be only one PRIMARY KEY in a table while UNIQUE KEY may be more than one.

Console output in a Qt GUI app?

After a rather long struggle with exactly the same problem I found that simply

CONFIG   += console

really does the trick. It won't work until you explicitly tell QtCreator to execute qmake on the project (right click on project) AND change something inside the source file, then rebuild. Otherwise compilation is skipped and you still won't see the output on the command line. Now my program works in both GUI and cmd line mode.

String to char array Java

A string to char array is as simple as

String str = "someString"; 
char[] charArray = str.toCharArray();

Can you explain a little more on what you are trying to do?

* Update *

if I am understanding your new comment, you can use a byte array and example is provided.

byte[] bytes = ByteBuffer.allocate(4).putInt(1695609641).array();

for (byte b : bytes) {
   System.out.format("0x%x ", b);
}

With the following output

0x65 0x10 0xf3 0x29

Contains method for a slice

Currently there's Contains function in slice package. You can read the docs here.

Sample usage :

if !slice.Contains(sliceVar, valueToFind) {
    //code here
}

How to install "ifconfig" command in my ubuntu docker image?

If Ubuntu Docker image isn't recognizing 'ifconfig' inside of GNS3, you'll need to open Ubuntu docker image on your host.

Assuming you already have docker on your host pc and ubuntu pull'd from docker images. Enter these commands in your host OS (Linux, CentOS, etc.) CLI.

$docker images

$docker run -it ubuntu

$apt-get update

$apt-get install net-tools

(side note: you can add whatever other tools and services that you would like to add now, but for now this is just to get ifconfig to work.)

$exit

Now you will commit these changes to Docker. This link for committing changes is the best summary and works (skip to Step 4):

https://phoenixnap.com/kb/how-to-commit-changes-to-docker-image#htoc-step-3-modify-the-container

When you re-open the docker image in GNS3 you should now have the ifconfig command usable and whatever other tools or services you added to the container.

Enjoy!

"A namespace cannot directly contain members such as fields or methods"

The snippet you're showing doesn't seem to be directly responsible for the error.

This is how you can CAUSE the error:

namespace MyNameSpace
{
   int i; <-- THIS NEEDS TO BE INSIDE THE CLASS

   class MyClass
   {
      ...
   }
}

If you don't immediately see what is "outside" the class, this may be due to misplaced or extra closing bracket(s) }.

How to stop IIS asking authentication for default website on localhost

If you want authentication try domainname\administrator as the username.

If you don't want authentication then remove all the tickboxes in the authenticated access section of the direcory security > edit window.

How to stretch children to fill cross-axis?

  • The children of a row-flexbox container automatically fill the container's vertical space.

  • Specify flex: 1; for a child if you want it to fill the remaining horizontal space:

_x000D_
_x000D_
.wrapper {_x000D_
  display: flex;_x000D_
  flex-direction: row;_x000D_
  align-items: stretch;_x000D_
  width: 100%;_x000D_
  height: 5em;_x000D_
  background: #ccc;_x000D_
}_x000D_
.wrapper > .left_x000D_
{_x000D_
  background: #fcc;_x000D_
}_x000D_
.wrapper > .right_x000D_
{_x000D_
  background: #ccf;_x000D_
  flex: 1; _x000D_
}
_x000D_
<div class="wrapper">_x000D_
  <div class="left">Left</div>_x000D_
  <div class="right">Right</div>_x000D_
</div>
_x000D_
_x000D_
_x000D_

  • Specify flex: 1; for both children if you want them to fill equal amounts of the horizontal space:

_x000D_
_x000D_
.wrapper {_x000D_
  display: flex;_x000D_
  flex-direction: row;_x000D_
  align-items: stretch;_x000D_
  width: 100%;_x000D_
  height: 5em;_x000D_
  background: #ccc;_x000D_
}_x000D_
.wrapper > div _x000D_
{_x000D_
  flex: 1; _x000D_
}_x000D_
.wrapper > .left_x000D_
{_x000D_
  background: #fcc;_x000D_
}_x000D_
.wrapper > .right_x000D_
{_x000D_
  background: #ccf;_x000D_
}
_x000D_
<div class="wrapper">_x000D_
  <div class="left">Left</div>_x000D_
  <div class="right">Right</div>_x000D_
</div>
_x000D_
_x000D_
_x000D_

Unable to preventDefault inside passive event listener

See this blog post. If you call preventDefault on every touchstart then you should also have a CSS rule to disable touch scrolling like

.sortable-handler {
  touch-action: none;
}

How can I check if char* variable points to empty string?

Check if the first character is '\0'. You should also probably check if your pointer is NULL.

char *c = "";
if ((c != NULL) && (c[0] == '\0')) {
   printf("c is empty\n");
}

You could put both of those checks in a function to make it convenient and easy to reuse.

Edit: In the if statement can be read like this, "If c is not zero and the first character of character array 'c' is not '\0' or zero, then...".

The && simply combines the two conditions. It is basically like saying this:

if (c != NULL) { /* AND (or &&) */
    if (c[0] == '\0') {
        printf("c is empty\n");
    }
}

You may want to get a good C programming book if that is not clear to you. I could recommend a book called "The C Programming Language".

The shortest version equivalent to the above would be:

if (c && !c[0]) {
  printf("c is empty\n");
}

What exactly are DLL files, and how do they work?

Let’s say you are making an executable that uses some functions found in a library.

If the library you are using is static, the linker will copy the object code for these functions directly from the library and insert them into the executable.

Now if this executable is run it has every thing it needs, so the executable loader just loads it into memory and runs it.

If the library is dynamic the linker will not insert object code but rather it will insert a stub which basically says this function is located in this DLL at this location.

Now if this executable is run, bits of the executable are missing (i.e the stubs) so the loader goes through the executable fixing up the missing stubs. Only after all the stubs have been resolved will the executable be allowed to run.

To see this in action delete or rename the DLL and watch how the loader will report a missing DLL error when you try to run the executable.

Hence the name Dynamic Link Library, parts of the linking process is being done dynamically at run time by the executable loader.

One a final note, if you don't link to the DLL then no stubs will be inserted by the linker, but Windows still provides the GetProcAddress API that allows you to load an execute the DLL function entry point long after the executable has started.

How do you input command line arguments in IntelliJ IDEA?

To do this in IntelliJ IDEA 2020.2.3 (Community edition) on Windows 10:

  1. ALT-SHIFT-F10
  2. 0
  3. [TAB] 7 times

Updated for 11/2020.

how to move elasticsearch data from one server to another

The selected answer makes it sound slightly more complex than it is, the following is what you need (install npm first on your system).

npm install -g elasticdump
elasticdump --input=http://mysrc.com:9200/my_index --output=http://mydest.com:9200/my_index --type=mapping
elasticdump --input=http://mysrc.com:9200/my_index --output=http://mydest.com:9200/my_index --type=data

You can skip the first elasticdump command for subsequent copies if the mappings remain constant.

I have just done a migration from AWS to Qbox.io with the above without any problems.

More details over at:

https://www.npmjs.com/package/elasticdump

Help page (as of Feb 2016) included for completeness:

elasticdump: Import and export tools for elasticsearch

Usage: elasticdump --input SOURCE --output DESTINATION [OPTIONS]

--input
                    Source location (required)
--input-index
                    Source index and type
                    (default: all, example: index/type)
--output
                    Destination location (required)
--output-index
                    Destination index and type
                    (default: all, example: index/type)
--limit
                    How many objects to move in bulk per operation
                    limit is approximate for file streams
                    (default: 100)
--debug
                    Display the elasticsearch commands being used
                    (default: false)
--type
                    What are we exporting?
                    (default: data, options: [data, mapping])
--delete
                    Delete documents one-by-one from the input as they are
                    moved.  Will not delete the source index
                    (default: false)
--searchBody
                    Preform a partial extract based on search results
                    (when ES is the input,
                    (default: '{"query": { "match_all": {} } }'))
--sourceOnly
                    Output only the json contained within the document _source
                    Normal: {"_index":"","_type":"","_id":"", "_source":{SOURCE}}
                    sourceOnly: {SOURCE}
                    (default: false)
--all
                    Load/store documents from ALL indexes
                    (default: false)
--bulk
                    Leverage elasticsearch Bulk API when writing documents
                    (default: false)
--ignore-errors
                    Will continue the read/write loop on write error
                    (default: false)
--scrollTime
                    Time the nodes will hold the requested search in order.
                    (default: 10m)
--maxSockets
                    How many simultaneous HTTP requests can we process make?
                    (default:
                      5 [node <= v0.10.x] /
                      Infinity [node >= v0.11.x] )
--bulk-mode
                    The mode can be index, delete or update.
                    'index': Add or replace documents on the destination index.
                    'delete': Delete documents on destination index.
                    'update': Use 'doc_as_upsert' option with bulk update API to do partial update.
                    (default: index)
--bulk-use-output-index-name
                    Force use of destination index name (the actual output URL)
                    as destination while bulk writing to ES. Allows
                    leveraging Bulk API copying data inside the same
                    elasticsearch instance.
                    (default: false)
--timeout
                    Integer containing the number of milliseconds to wait for
                    a request to respond before aborting the request. Passed
                    directly to the request library. If used in bulk writing,
                    it will result in the entire batch not being written.
                    Mostly used when you don't care too much if you lose some
                    data when importing but rather have speed.
--skip
                    Integer containing the number of rows you wish to skip
                    ahead from the input transport.  When importing a large
                    index, things can go wrong, be it connectivity, crashes,
                    someone forgetting to `screen`, etc.  This allows you
                    to start the dump again from the last known line written
                    (as logged by the `offset` in the output).  Please be
                    advised that since no sorting is specified when the
                    dump is initially created, there's no real way to
                    guarantee that the skipped rows have already been
                    written/parsed.  This is more of an option for when
                    you want to get most data as possible in the index
                    without concern for losing some rows in the process,
                    similar to the `timeout` option.
--inputTransport
                    Provide a custom js file to us as the input transport
--outputTransport
                    Provide a custom js file to us as the output transport
--toLog
                    When using a custom outputTransport, should log lines
                    be appended to the output stream?
                    (default: true, except for `$`)
--help
                    This page

Examples:

# Copy an index from production to staging with mappings:
elasticdump \
  --input=http://production.es.com:9200/my_index \
  --output=http://staging.es.com:9200/my_index \
  --type=mapping
elasticdump \
  --input=http://production.es.com:9200/my_index \
  --output=http://staging.es.com:9200/my_index \
  --type=data

# Backup index data to a file:
elasticdump \
  --input=http://production.es.com:9200/my_index \
  --output=/data/my_index_mapping.json \
  --type=mapping
elasticdump \
  --input=http://production.es.com:9200/my_index \
  --output=/data/my_index.json \
  --type=data

# Backup and index to a gzip using stdout:
elasticdump \
  --input=http://production.es.com:9200/my_index \
  --output=$ \
  | gzip > /data/my_index.json.gz

# Backup ALL indices, then use Bulk API to populate another ES cluster:
elasticdump \
  --all=true \
  --input=http://production-a.es.com:9200/ \
  --output=/data/production.json
elasticdump \
  --bulk=true \
  --input=/data/production.json \
  --output=http://production-b.es.com:9200/

# Backup the results of a query to a file
elasticdump \
  --input=http://production.es.com:9200/my_index \
  --output=query.json \
  --searchBody '{"query":{"term":{"username": "admin"}}}'

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Learn more @ https://github.com/taskrabbit/elasticsearch-dump`enter code here`

How can I set the form action through JavaScript?

You cannot invoke JavaScript functions in standard HTML attributes other than onXXX. Just assign it during window onload.

<script type="text/javascript">
    window.onload = function() {
        document.myform.action = get_action();
    }

    function get_action() {
        return form_action;
    }
</script>

<form name="myform">
    ...
</form>

You see that I've given the form a name, so that it's easily accessible in document.

Alternatively, you can also do it during submit event:

<script type="text/javascript">
    function get_action(form) {
        form.action = form_action;
    }
</script>

<form onsubmit="get_action(this);">
    ...
</form>

How to force delete a file?

You have to close that application first. There is no way to delete it, if it's used by some application.

UnLock IT is a neat utility that helps you to take control of any file or folder when it is locked by some application or system. For every locked resource, you get a list of locking processes and can unlock it by terminating those processes. EMCO Unlock IT offers Windows Explorer integration that allows unlocking files and folders by one click in the context menu.

There's also Unlocker (not recommended, see Warning below), which is a free tool which helps locate any file locking handles running, and give you the option to turn it off. Then you can go ahead and do anything you want with those files.

Warning: The installer includes a lot of undesirable stuff. You're almost certainly better off with UnLock IT.

Connection failed: SQLState: '01000' SQL Server Error: 10061

Received SQLSTATE 01000 in the following error message below:

SQL Agent - Jobs Failed: The SQL Agent Job "LiteSpeed Backup Full" has failed with the message "The job failed. The Job was invoked by User X. The last step to run was step 1 (Step1). NOTE: Failed to notify via email. - Executed as user: X. LiteSpeed(R) for SQL Server Version 6.5.0.1460 Copyright 2011 Quest Software, Inc. [SQLSTATE 01000] (Message 1) LiteSpeed for SQL Server could not open backup file: (N:\BACKUP2\filename.BAK). The previous system message is the reason for the failure. [SQLSTATE 42000] (Error 60405). The step failed."

In my case this was related to permission on drive N following an SQL Server failover on an Active/Passive SQL cluster.

All SQL resources where failed over to the seconary resouce and back to the preferred node following maintenance. When the Quest LiteSpeed job then executed on the preferred node it was clear the previous permissions for SQL server user X had been lost on drive N and SQLSTATE 10100 was reported.

Simply added the permissions again to the backup destination drive and the issue was resolved.

Hope that helps someone.

Windows 2008 Enterprise

SQL Server 2008 Active/Passive cluster.

Limit number of characters allowed in form input text field

Maxlength

The maximum number of characters that will be accepted as input. The maxlength attribute specifies the maximum number of characters allowed in the element.

Maxlength W3 schools

<form action="/action_page.php">
    Username: <input type="text" name="usrname" maxlength="5"><br>
    <input type="submit" value="Submit">
</form>

MySQL vs MongoDB 1000 reads

On Single Server, MongoDb would not be any faster than mysql MyISAM on both read and write, given table/doc sizes are small 1 GB to 20 GB.
MonoDB will be faster on Parallel Reduce on Multi-Node clusters, where Mysql can NOT scale horizontally.

Server returned HTTP response code: 401 for URL: https

Try This. You need pass the authentication to let the server know its a valid user. You need to import these two packages and has to include a jersy jar. If you dont want to include jersy jar then import this package

import sun.misc.BASE64Encoder;

import com.sun.jersey.core.util.Base64;
import sun.net.www.protocol.http.HttpURLConnection;

and then,

String encodedAuthorizedUser = getAuthantication("username", "password");
URL url = new URL("Your Valid Jira URL");
HttpURLConnection httpCon = (HttpURLConnection) url.openConnection();
httpCon.setRequestProperty ("Authorization", "Basic " + encodedAuthorizedUser );

 public String getAuthantication(String username, String password) {
   String auth = new String(Base64.encode(username + ":" + password));
   return auth;
 }

Creating Duplicate Table From Existing Table

Use this query to create the new table with the values from existing table

CREATE TABLE New_Table_name AS SELECT * FROM Existing_table_Name; 

Now you can get all the values from existing table into newly created table.

Mocking a method to throw an exception (moq), but otherwise act like the mocked object?

Here's how you can mock your FileConnection

Mock<IFileConnection> fileConnection = new Mock<IFileConnection>(
                                                           MockBehavior.Strict);
fileConnection.Setup(item => item.Get(It.IsAny<string>,It.IsAny<string>))
              .Throws(new IOException());

Then instantiate your Transfer class and use the mock in your method call

Transfer transfer = new Transfer();
transfer.GetFile(fileConnection.Object, someRemoteFilename, someLocalFileName);

Update:

First of all you have to mock your dependencies only, not the class you are testing(Transfer class in this case). Stating those dependencies in your constructor make it easy to see what services your class needs to work. It also makes it possible to replace them with fakes when you are writing your unit tests. At the moment it's impossible to replace those properties with fakes.

Since you are setting those properties using another dependency, I would write it like this:

public class Transfer
{
    public Transfer(IInternalConfig internalConfig)
    {
        source = internalConfig.GetFileConnection("source");
        destination = internalConfig.GetFileConnection("destination");
    }

    //you should consider making these private or protected fields
    public virtual IFileConnection source { get; set; }
    public virtual IFileConnection destination { get; set; }

    public virtual void GetFile(IFileConnection connection, 
        string remoteFilename, string localFilename)
    {
        connection.Get(remoteFilename, localFilename);
    }

    public virtual void PutFile(IFileConnection connection, 
        string localFilename, string remoteFilename)
    {
        connection.Get(remoteFilename, localFilename);
    }

    public virtual void TransferFiles(string sourceName, string destName)
    {
        var tempName = Path.GetTempFileName();
        GetFile(source, sourceName, tempName);
        PutFile(destination, tempName, destName);
    }
}

This way you can mock internalConfig and make it return IFileConnection mocks that does what you want.

java.io.IOException: Invalid Keystore format

You may corrupt the file during copy/transfer.

Are you using maven? If you are copying keystore file with "filter=true", you may corrupt the file.

Please check the file size.

Automatically plot different colored lines

If all vectors have equal size, create a matrix and plot it. Each column is plotted with a different color automatically Then you can use legend to indicate columns:

data = randn(100, 5);

figure;
plot(data);

legend(cellstr(num2str((1:size(data,2))')))

Or, if you have a cell with kernels names, use

legend(names)

Fixing Segmentation faults in C++

Yes, there is a problem with pointers. Very likely you're using one that's not initialized properly, but it's also possible that you're messing up your memory management with double frees or some such.

To avoid uninitialized pointers as local variables, try declaring them as late as possible, preferably (and this isn't always possible) when they can be initialized with a meaningful value. Convince yourself that they will have a value before they're being used, by examining the code. If you have difficulty with that, initialize them to a null pointer constant (usually written as NULL or 0) and check them.

To avoid uninitialized pointers as member values, make sure they're initialized properly in the constructor, and handled properly in copy constructors and assignment operators. Don't rely on an init function for memory management, although you can for other initialization.

If your class doesn't need copy constructors or assignment operators, you can declare them as private member functions and never define them. That will cause a compiler error if they're explicitly or implicitly used.

Use smart pointers when applicable. The big advantage here is that, if you stick to them and use them consistently, you can completely avoid writing delete and nothing will be double-deleted.

Use C++ strings and container classes whenever possible, instead of C-style strings and arrays. Consider using .at(i) rather than [i], because that will force bounds checking. See if your compiler or library can be set to check bounds on [i], at least in debug mode. Segmentation faults can be caused by buffer overruns that write garbage over perfectly good pointers.

Doing those things will considerably reduce the likelihood of segmentation faults and other memory problems. They will doubtless fail to fix everything, and that's why you should use valgrind now and then when you don't have problems, and valgrind and gdb when you do.

Error: No default engine was specified and no extension was provided

Comment out the res.render lines in your code and add in next(err); instead. If you're not using a view engine, the res.render stuff will throw an error.

Sorry, you'll have to comment out this line as well:

app.set('view engine', 'html');

My solution would result in not using a view engine though. You don't need a view engine, but if that's the goal, try this:

app.set('views', path.join(__dirname, 'views'));
app.set('view engine', 'jade');
//swap jade for ejs etc

You'll need the res.render lines when using a view engine as well. Something like this:

// error handlers
// development error handler
// will print stacktrace
if (app.get('env') === 'development') {
  app.use(function(err, req, res, next) {
    res.status(err.status || 500);
    res.render('error', {
    message: err.message,
    error: err
    });
  });
}
// production error handler
// no stacktraces leaked to user
app.use(function(err, req, res, next) {
  res.status(err.status || 500);
  next(err);
  res.render('error', {
  message: err.message,
  error: {}
  });
});

OnItemCLickListener not working in listview

I had the same problem and tried all of the mentioned solutions to no avail. through testing i found that making the text selectable was preventing the listener to be called. So by switching it to false, or removing it my listener was called again.

android:textIsSelectable="false"

hope this helps someone who was stuck like me.

How to trust a apt repository : Debian apt-get update error public key is not available: NO_PUBKEY <id>

I found several posts telling me to run several gpg commands, but they didn't solve the problem because of two things. First, I was missing the debian-keyring package on my system and second I was using an invalid keyserver. Try different keyservers if you're getting timeouts!

Thus, the way I fixed it was:

apt-get install debian-keyring
gpg --keyserver pgp.mit.edu --recv-keys 1F41B907
gpg --armor --export 1F41B907 | apt-key add -

Then running a new "apt-get update" worked flawlessly!

How to find the installed pandas version

Run

pip freeze

It works the same as above.

pip show pandas

Displays information about a specific package. For more information, check out pip help

How do I remove diacritics (accents) from a string in .NET?

This is how i replace diacritic characters to non-diacritic ones in all my .NET program

C#:

//Transforms the culture of a letter to its equivalent representation in the 0-127 ascii table, such as the letter 'é' is substituted by an 'e'
public string RemoveDiacritics(string s)
{
    string normalizedString = null;
    StringBuilder stringBuilder = new StringBuilder();
    normalizedString = s.Normalize(NormalizationForm.FormD);
    int i = 0;
    char c = '\0';

    for (i = 0; i <= normalizedString.Length - 1; i++)
    {
        c = normalizedString[i];
        if (CharUnicodeInfo.GetUnicodeCategory(c) != UnicodeCategory.NonSpacingMark)
        {
            stringBuilder.Append(c);
        }
    }

    return stringBuilder.ToString().ToLower();
}

VB .NET:

'Transforms the culture of a letter to its equivalent representation in the 0-127 ascii table, such as the letter "é" is substituted by an "e"'
Public Function RemoveDiacritics(ByVal s As String) As String
    Dim normalizedString As String
    Dim stringBuilder As New StringBuilder
    normalizedString = s.Normalize(NormalizationForm.FormD)
    Dim i As Integer
    Dim c As Char

    For i = 0 To normalizedString.Length - 1
        c = normalizedString(i)
        If CharUnicodeInfo.GetUnicodeCategory(c) <> UnicodeCategory.NonSpacingMark Then
            stringBuilder.Append(c)
        End If
    Next
    Return stringBuilder.ToString().ToLower()
End Function

When to use static classes in C#

I only use static classes for helper methods, but with the advent of C# 3.0, I'd rather use extension methods for those.

I rarely use static classes methods for the same reasons why I rarely use the singleton "design pattern".

How to delete columns in numpy.array

From Numpy Documentation

np.delete(arr, obj, axis=None) Return a new array with sub-arrays along an axis deleted.

>>> arr
array([[ 1,  2,  3,  4],
       [ 5,  6,  7,  8],
       [ 9, 10, 11, 12]])
>>> np.delete(arr, 1, 0)
array([[ 1,  2,  3,  4],
       [ 9, 10, 11, 12]])

>>> np.delete(arr, np.s_[::2], 1)
array([[ 2,  4],
       [ 6,  8],
       [10, 12]])
>>> np.delete(arr, [1,3,5], None)
array([ 1,  3,  5,  7,  8,  9, 10, 11, 12])

How to autosize and right-align GridViewColumn data in WPF?

I liked user1333423's solution except that it always re-sized every column; i needed to allow some columns to be fixed width. So in this version columns with a width set to "Auto" will be auto-sized and those set to a fixed amount will not be auto-sized.

public class AutoSizedGridView : GridView
{
    HashSet<int> _autoWidthColumns;

    protected override void PrepareItem(ListViewItem item)
    {
        if (_autoWidthColumns == null)
        {
            _autoWidthColumns = new HashSet<int>();

            foreach (var column in Columns)
            {
                if(double.IsNaN(column.Width))
                    _autoWidthColumns.Add(column.GetHashCode());
            }                
        }

        foreach (GridViewColumn column in Columns)
        {
            if (_autoWidthColumns.Contains(column.GetHashCode()))
            {
                if (double.IsNaN(column.Width))
                    column.Width = column.ActualWidth;

                column.Width = double.NaN;                    
            }          
        }

        base.PrepareItem(item);
    }        
}

How can I draw circle through XML Drawable - Android?

no need for the padding or the corners.

here's a sample:

<shape xmlns:android="http://schemas.android.com/apk/res/android" android:shape="oval" >
    <gradient android:startColor="#FFFF0000" android:endColor="#80FF00FF"
        android:angle="270"/>
</shape>

based on :

https://stackoverflow.com/a/10104037/878126

Preventing an image from being draggable or selectable without using JS

You could probably just resort to

<img src="..." style="pointer-events: none;">

How can I parse a YAML file in Python

#!/usr/bin/env python

import sys
import yaml

def main(argv):

    with open(argv[0]) as stream:
        try:
            #print(yaml.load(stream))
            return 0
        except yaml.YAMLError as exc:
            print(exc)
            return 1

if __name__ == "__main__":
    sys.exit(main(sys.argv[1:]))

Is there a way to view past mysql queries with phpmyadmin?

Ok, so I actually stumbled across the answer.

phpMyAdmin does offer a brief history. If you click on the 'sql' icon just underneath the 'phpMyAdmin' logo, it'll open a new window. In the new window, just click on the 'history' tab.

That will give you the last twenty or so SQL operations.

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OrderBy descending in Lambda expression?

Use System.Linq.Enumerable.OrderByDescending()?

For example:

var items = someEnumerable.OrderByDescending();

Simple Deadlock Examples

The producers-consumers problem together with the dining philosophers' problem is probably as simple as it's going to get. It has some pseudocode that illustrates it, as well. If those are too complex for a newbie they'd better try harder to grasp them.

Bootstrap modal appearing under background

This worked for me:

sass: 
  .modal-backdrop
    display: none
  #yourModal.modal.fade.in
    background: rgba(0, 0, 0, 0.5)

How to make custom error pages work in ASP.NET MVC 4

Building on the answer posted by maxspan, I've put together a minimal sample project on GitHub showing all the working parts.

Basically, we just add an Application_Error method to global.asax.cs to intercept the exception and give us an opportunity to redirect (or more correctly, transfer request) to a custom error page.

    protected void Application_Error(Object sender, EventArgs e)
    {
        // See http://stackoverflow.com/questions/13905164/how-to-make-custom-error-pages-work-in-asp-net-mvc-4
        // for additional context on use of this technique

        var exception = Server.GetLastError();
        if (exception != null)
        {
            // This would be a good place to log any relevant details about the exception.
            // Since we are going to pass exception information to our error page via querystring,
            // it will only be practical to issue a short message. Further detail would have to be logged somewhere.

            // This will invoke our error page, passing the exception message via querystring parameter
            // Note that we chose to use Server.TransferRequest, which is only supported in IIS 7 and above.
            // As an alternative, Response.Redirect could be used instead.
            // Server.Transfer does not work (see https://support.microsoft.com/en-us/kb/320439 )
            Server.TransferRequest("~/Error?Message=" + exception.Message);
        }

    }

Error Controller:

/// <summary>
/// This controller exists to provide the error page
/// </summary>
public class ErrorController : Controller
{
    /// <summary>
    /// This action represents the error page
    /// </summary>
    /// <param name="Message">Error message to be displayed (provided via querystring parameter - a design choice)</param>
    /// <returns></returns>
    public ActionResult Index(string Message)
    {
        // We choose to use the ViewBag to communicate the error message to the view
        ViewBag.Message = Message;
        return View();
    }

}

Error page View:

<!DOCTYPE html>

<html>
<head>
    <title>Error</title>
</head>
<body>

    <h2>My Error</h2>
    <p>@ViewBag.Message</p>
</body>
</html>

Nothing else is involved, other than disabling/removing filters.Add(new HandleErrorAttribute()) in FilterConfig.cs

public class FilterConfig
{
    public static void RegisterGlobalFilters(GlobalFilterCollection filters)
    {
        //filters.Add(new HandleErrorAttribute()); // <== disable/remove
    }
}

While very simple to implement, the one drawback I see in this approach is using querystring to deliver exception information to the target error page.

How do I concatenate two lists in Python?

So there are two easy ways.

  1. Using +: It creates a new list from provided lists

Example:

In [1]: a = [1, 2, 3]

In [2]: b = [4, 5, 6]

In [3]: a + b
Out[3]: [1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6]

In [4]: %timeit a + b
10000000 loops, best of 3: 126 ns per loop
  1. Using extend: It appends new list to existing list. That means it does not create a separate list.

Example:

In [1]: a = [1, 2, 3]

In [2]: b = [4, 5, 6]

In [3]: %timeit a.extend(b)
10000000 loops, best of 3: 91.1 ns per loop

Thus we see that out of two of most popular methods, extend is efficient.

Hashmap holding different data types as values for instance Integer, String and Object

Create an object holding following properties with an appropriate name.

  1. message
  2. timestamp
  3. count
  4. version

and use this as a value in your map.

Also consider overriding the equals() and hashCode() method accordingly if you do not want object equality to be used for comparison (e.g. when inserting values into your map).

How do I remedy "The breakpoint will not currently be hit. No symbols have been loaded for this document." warning?

The selected answer led me to fix my problem. But I need to do a few things more:

Even with "Debug" selected in the dropdown:

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And in the project Properties > Build:

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The Visual Studio was not loading symbols to a specific project. So in that dropdown I select "Configuration Manager" and saw that the settings to my web project was incorrect:

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Then I set that to "Debug" and it started to generate the .pdb file. BUT I need to manually copy the PDB and DLL and put in the folder that VS was looking (here is where the selected answer helped me):

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ls command: how can I get a recursive full-path listing, one line per file?

I don't know about the full path, but you can use -R for recursion. Alternatively, if you're not bent on ls, you can just do find *.

How do I do a simple 'Find and Replace" in MsSQL?

The following will find and replace a string in every database (excluding system databases) on every table on the instance you are connected to:

Simply change 'Search String' to whatever you seek and 'Replace String' with whatever you want to replace it with.

--Getting all the databases and making a cursor
DECLARE db_cursor CURSOR FOR  
SELECT name 
FROM master.dbo.sysdatabases 
WHERE name NOT IN ('master','model','msdb','tempdb')  -- exclude these databases

DECLARE @databaseName nvarchar(1000)
--opening the cursor to move over the databases in this instance
OPEN db_cursor
FETCH NEXT FROM db_cursor INTO @databaseName   

WHILE @@FETCH_STATUS = 0   
BEGIN
    PRINT @databaseName
    --Setting up temp table for the results of our search
    DECLARE @Results TABLE(TableName nvarchar(370), RealColumnName nvarchar(370), ColumnName nvarchar(370), ColumnValue nvarchar(3630))

    SET NOCOUNT ON

    DECLARE @SearchStr nvarchar(100), @ReplaceStr nvarchar(100), @SearchStr2 nvarchar(110)
    SET @SearchStr = 'Search String'
    SET @ReplaceStr = 'Replace String'
    SET @SearchStr2 = QUOTENAME('%' + @SearchStr + '%','''')

    DECLARE @TableName nvarchar(256), @ColumnName nvarchar(128)
    SET  @TableName = ''

    --Looping over all the tables in the database
    WHILE @TableName IS NOT NULL
    BEGIN
        DECLARE @SQL nvarchar(2000)
        SET @ColumnName = ''
        DECLARE @result NVARCHAR(256)
        SET @SQL = 'USE ' + @databaseName + '
            SELECT @result = MIN(QUOTENAME(TABLE_SCHEMA) + ''.'' + QUOTENAME(TABLE_NAME))
            FROM    [' + @databaseName + '].INFORMATION_SCHEMA.TABLES
            WHERE       TABLE_TYPE = ''BASE TABLE'' AND TABLE_CATALOG = ''' + @databaseName + '''
                AND QUOTENAME(TABLE_SCHEMA) + ''.'' + QUOTENAME(TABLE_NAME) > ''' + @TableName + '''
                AND OBJECTPROPERTY(
                        OBJECT_ID(
                            QUOTENAME(TABLE_SCHEMA) + ''.'' + QUOTENAME(TABLE_NAME)
                                ), ''IsMSShipped''
                                ) = 0'
        EXEC master..sp_executesql @SQL, N'@result nvarchar(256) out', @result out

        SET @TableName = @result
        PRINT @TableName

        WHILE (@TableName IS NOT NULL) AND (@ColumnName IS NOT NULL)
        BEGIN
            DECLARE @ColumnResult NVARCHAR(256)
            SET @SQL = '
                SELECT @ColumnResult = MIN(QUOTENAME(COLUMN_NAME))
                FROM    [' + @databaseName + '].INFORMATION_SCHEMA.COLUMNS
                WHERE       TABLE_SCHEMA    = PARSENAME(''[' + @databaseName + '].' + @TableName + ''', 2)
                    AND TABLE_NAME  = PARSENAME(''[' + @databaseName + '].' + @TableName + ''', 1)
                    AND DATA_TYPE IN (''char'', ''varchar'', ''nchar'', ''nvarchar'')
                    AND TABLE_CATALOG = ''' + @databaseName + '''
                    AND QUOTENAME(COLUMN_NAME) > ''' + @ColumnName + ''''
            PRINT @SQL
            EXEC master..sp_executesql @SQL, N'@ColumnResult nvarchar(256) out', @ColumnResult out
            SET @ColumnName = @ColumnResult 

            PRINT @ColumnName

            IF @ColumnName IS NOT NULL
            BEGIN
                INSERT INTO @Results
                EXEC
                (
                    'USE ' + @databaseName + '
                    SELECT ''' + @TableName + ''',''' + @ColumnName + ''',''' + @TableName + '.' + @ColumnName + ''', LEFT(' + @ColumnName + ', 3630) 
                    FROM ' + @TableName + ' (NOLOCK) ' +
                    ' WHERE ' + @ColumnName + ' LIKE ' + @SearchStr2
                )
            END
        END
    END

    --Declaring another temporary table
    DECLARE @time_to_update TABLE(TableName nvarchar(370), RealColumnName nvarchar(370))

    INSERT INTO @time_to_update
    SELECT TableName, RealColumnName FROM @Results GROUP BY TableName, RealColumnName

    DECLARE @MyCursor CURSOR;
    BEGIN
        DECLARE @t nvarchar(370)
        DECLARE @c nvarchar(370)
        --Looping over the search results   
        SET @MyCursor = CURSOR FOR
        SELECT TableName, RealColumnName FROM @time_to_update GROUP BY TableName, RealColumnName

        --Getting my variables from the first item
        OPEN @MyCursor 
        FETCH NEXT FROM @MyCursor 
        INTO @t, @c

        WHILE @@FETCH_STATUS = 0
        BEGIN
            -- Updating the old values with the new value
            DECLARE @sqlCommand varchar(1000)
            SET @sqlCommand = '
                USE ' + @databaseName + '
                UPDATE [' + @databaseName + '].' + @t + ' SET ' + @c + ' = REPLACE(' + @c + ', ''' + @SearchStr + ''', ''' + @ReplaceStr + ''') 
                WHERE ' + @c + ' LIKE ''' + @SearchStr2 + ''''
            PRINT @sqlCommand
            BEGIN TRY
                EXEC (@sqlCommand)
            END TRY
            BEGIN CATCH
                PRINT ERROR_MESSAGE()
            END CATCH

            --Getting next row values
            FETCH NEXT FROM @MyCursor 
            INTO @t, @c 
        END;

        CLOSE @MyCursor ;
        DEALLOCATE @MyCursor;
    END;

    DELETE FROM @time_to_update
    DELETE FROM @Results

    FETCH NEXT FROM db_cursor INTO @databaseName
END   

CLOSE db_cursor   
DEALLOCATE db_cursor

Note: this isn't ideal, nor is it optimized

Spark - load CSV file as DataFrame?

To read from relative path on the system use System.getProperty method to get current directory and further uses to load the file using relative path.

scala> val path = System.getProperty("user.dir").concat("/../2015-summary.csv")
scala> val csvDf = spark.read.option("inferSchema","true").option("header", "true").csv(path)
scala> csvDf.take(3)

spark:2.4.4 scala:2.11.12

Returning http 200 OK with error within response body

No, this is very incorrect.

HTTP is an application protocol. 200 implies that the response contains a payload that represents the status of the requested resource. An error message usually is not a representation of that resource.

If something goes wrong while processing GET, the right status code is 4xx ("you messed up") or 5xx ("I messed up").

react-native - Fit Image in containing View, not the whole screen size

Anyone over here who wants his image to fit in full screen without any crop (in both portrait and landscape mode), use this:

image: {
    flex: 1,
    width: '100%',
    height: '100%',
    resizeMode: 'contain',
},

What does SQL clause "GROUP BY 1" mean?

It will group by the column position you put after the group by clause.

for example if you run 'SELECT SALESMAN_NAME, SUM(SALES) FROM SALES GROUP BY 1' it will group by SALESMAN_NAME.

One risk on doing that is if you run 'Select *' and for some reason you recreate the table with columns on a different order, it will give you a different result than you would expect.

How do I see active SQL Server connections?

Below is my script to find all the sessions connected to a database and you can check if those sessions are doing any I/O and there is an option to kill them.

The script shows also the status of each session.

Have a look below.

--==============================================================================
-- See who is connected to the database.
-- Analyse what each spid is doing, reads and writes.
-- If safe you can copy and paste the killcommand - last column.
-- Marcelo Miorelli
-- 18-july-2017 - London (UK)
-- Tested on SQL Server 2016.
--==============================================================================
USE master
go
SELECT
     sdes.session_id
    ,sdes.login_time
    ,sdes.last_request_start_time
    ,sdes.last_request_end_time
    ,sdes.is_user_process
    ,sdes.host_name
    ,sdes.program_name
    ,sdes.login_name
    ,sdes.status

    ,sdec.num_reads
    ,sdec.num_writes
    ,sdec.last_read
    ,sdec.last_write
    ,sdes.reads
    ,sdes.logical_reads
    ,sdes.writes

    ,sdest.DatabaseName
    ,sdest.ObjName
    ,sdes.client_interface_name
    ,sdes.nt_domain
    ,sdes.nt_user_name
    ,sdec.client_net_address
    ,sdec.local_net_address
    ,sdest.Query
    ,KillCommand  = 'Kill '+ CAST(sdes.session_id  AS VARCHAR)
FROM sys.dm_exec_sessions AS sdes

INNER JOIN sys.dm_exec_connections AS sdec
        ON sdec.session_id = sdes.session_id

CROSS APPLY (

    SELECT DB_NAME(dbid) AS DatabaseName
        ,OBJECT_NAME(objectid) AS ObjName
        ,COALESCE((
            SELECT TEXT AS [processing-instruction(definition)]
            FROM sys.dm_exec_sql_text(sdec.most_recent_sql_handle)
            FOR XML PATH('')
                ,TYPE
            ), '') AS Query

    FROM sys.dm_exec_sql_text(sdec.most_recent_sql_handle)

) sdest
WHERE sdes.session_id <> @@SPID
  AND sdest.DatabaseName ='yourdatabasename'
--ORDER BY sdes.last_request_start_time DESC

--==============================================================================

Installing NumPy and SciPy on 64-bit Windows (with Pip)

Package version are very important.

I found some stable combination that works on my Windows10 64 bit machine:

pip install numpy-1.12.0+mkl-cp36-cp36m-win64.whl
pip install scipy-0.18.1-cp36-cp36m-win64.whl
pip install matplotlib-2.0.0-cp36-cp36m-win64.whl

Source.

How to pass the -D System properties while testing on Eclipse?

run configuration -> arguments -> vm arguments

(can also be placed in the debug configuration under Debug Configuration->Arguments->VM Arguments)

How to initialize var?

Well, as others have stated, ambiguity in type is the issue. So the answer is no, C# doesn't let that happen because it's a strongly typed language, and it deals only with compile time known types. The compiler could have been designed to infer it as of type object, but the designers chose to avoid the extra complexity (in C# null has no type).

One alternative is

var foo = new { }; //anonymous type

Again note that you're initializing to a compile time known type, and at the end its not null, but anonymous object. It's only a few lines shorter than new object(). You can only reassign the anonymous type to foo in this one case, which may or may not be desirable.

Initializing to null with type not being known is out of question.

Unless you're using dynamic.

dynamic foo = null;
//or
var foo = (dynamic)null; //overkill

Of course it is pretty useless, unless you want to reassign values to foo variable. You lose intellisense support as well in Visual Studio.

Lastly, as others have answered, you can have a specific type declared by casting;

var foo = (T)null;

So your options are:

//initializes to non-null; I like it; cant be reassigned a value of any type
var foo = new { }; 

//initializes to non-null; can be reassigned a value of any type
var foo = new object();

//initializes to null; dangerous and finds least use; can be reassigned a value of any type
dynamic foo = null;
var foo = (dynamic)null;

//initializes to null; more conventional; can be reassigned a value of any type
object foo = null;

//initializes to null; cannot be reassigned a value of any type
var foo = (T)null;

Recursive Fibonacci

int fib(int n) {
    if (n == 1 || n == 2) {
        return 1;
    } else {
        return fib(n - 1) + fib(n - 2);
    }
}

in fibonacci sequence first 2 numbers always sequels to 1 then every time the value became 1 or 2 it must return 1

java.lang.ClassNotFoundException: org.springframework.web.servlet.DispatcherServlet

Move the jar files from your classpath to web-inf/lib, and run a new tomcat server.

Return list using select new in LINQ

Method can not return anonymous type. It has to be same as the type defined in method return type. Check the signature of GetProjectForCombo and see what return type you have specified.

Create a class ProjectInfo with required properties and then in new expression create object of ProjectInfo type.

class ProjectInfo
{
   public string Name {get; set; }
   public long Id {get; set; }
}

public List<ProjectInfo> GetProjectForCombo()
{
    using (MyDataContext db = new MyDataContext (DBHelper.GetConnectionString()))
    {
        var query = from pro in db.Projects
                    select new ProjectInfo(){ Name = pro.ProjectName, Id = pro.ProjectId };

        return query.ToList();
    }
}

How to get evaluated attributes inside a custom directive

For the same solution I was looking for Angularjs directive with ng-Model.
Here is the code that resolve the problem.

    myApp.directive('zipcodeformatter', function () {
    return {
        restrict: 'A', // only activate on element attribute
        require: '?ngModel', // get a hold of NgModelController
        link: function (scope, element, attrs, ngModel) {

            scope.$watch(attrs.ngModel, function (v) {
                if (v) {
                    console.log('value changed, new value is: ' + v + ' ' + v.length);
                    if (v.length > 5) {
                        var newzip = v.replace("-", '');
                        var str = newzip.substring(0, 5) + '-' + newzip.substring(5, newzip.length);
                        element.val(str);

                    } else {
                        element.val(v);
                    }

                }

            });

        }
    };
});


HTML DOM

<input maxlength="10" zipcodeformatter onkeypress="return isNumberKey(event)" placeholder="Zipcode" type="text" ng-readonly="!checked" name="zipcode" id="postal_code" class="form-control input-sm" ng-model="patient.shippingZipcode" required ng-required="true">


My Result is:

92108-2223

Why doesn't catching Exception catch RuntimeException?

Catching Exception will catch a RuntimeException

Get ID from URL with jQuery

var full_url = document.URL; // Get current url
var url_array = full_url.split('/') // Split the string into an array with / as separator
var last_segment = url_array[url_array.length-1];  // Get the last part of the array (-1)
alert( last_segment ); // Alert last segment

Effects of the extern keyword on C functions

The reason it has no effect is because at the link-time the linker tries to resolve the extern definition (in your case extern int f()). It doesn't matter if it finds it in the same file or a different file, as long as it is found.

Hope this answers your question.

Pretty graphs and charts in Python

PLplot is a cross-platform software package for creating scientific plots. They aren't very pretty (eye catching), but they look good enough. Have a look at some examples (both source code and pictures).

The PLplot core library can be used to create standard x-y plots, semi-log plots, log-log plots, contour plots, 3D surface plots, mesh plots, bar charts and pie charts. It runs on Windows (2000, XP and Vista), Linux, Mac OS X, and other Unices.

Use css gradient over background image

The accepted answer works well. Just for completeness (and since I like it's shortness), I wanted to share how to to it with compass (SCSS/SASS):

body{
  $colorStart: rgba(0,0,0,0);
  $colorEnd: rgba(0,0,0,0.8);
  @include background-image(linear-gradient(to bottom, $colorStart, $colorEnd), url("bg.jpg"));
}

Export data from R to Excel

I have been trying out the different packages including the function:

install.packages ("prettyR") 

library (prettyR)

delimit.table (Corrvar,"Name the csv.csv") ## Corrvar is a name of an object from an output I had on scaled variables to run a regression.

However I tried this same code for an output from another analysis (occupancy models model selection output) and it did not work. And after many attempts and exploration I:

  • copied the output from R (Ctrl+c)
  • in Excel sheet I pasted it (Ctrl+V)
  • Select the first column where the data is
  • In the "Data" vignette, click on "Text to column"

  • Select Delimited option, click next

  • Tick space box in "Separator", click next

  • Click Finalize (End)

Your output now should be in a form you can manipulate easy in excel. So perhaps not the fanciest option but it does the trick if you just want to explore your data in another way.

PS. If the labels in excel are not the exact one it is because Im translating the lables from my spanish excel.

How to trigger jQuery change event in code

$(selector).change()

.change()


.trigger("change")

Longer slower alternative, better for abstraction.

.trigger("change")

$(selector).trigger("change")

req.query and req.param in ExpressJS

I would suggest using following

req.param('<param_name>')

req.param("") works as following

Lookup is performed in the following order:

req.params
req.body
req.query

Direct access to req.body, req.params, and req.query should be favoured for clarity - unless you truly accept input from each object.

Ref:http://expressjs.com/4x/api.html#req.param

Decode Base64 data in Java

Hope this helps you:

import com.sun.org.apache.xml.internal.security.utils.Base64;
String str="Hello World";
String base64_str=Base64.encode(str.getBytes("UTF-8"));

Or:

String str="Hello World";
String base64_str="";
try
   {base64_str=(String)Class.forName("java.util.prefs.Base64").getDeclaredMethod("byteArrayToBase64", new Class[]{byte[].class}).invoke(null, new Object[]{str.getBytes("UTF-8")});
   }
catch (Exception ee) {}

java.util.prefs.Base64 works on local rt.jar,

But it is not in The JRE Class White List

and not in Available classes not listed in the GAE/J white-list

What a pity!

PS. In android, it's easy because that android.util.Base64 has been included since Android API Level 8.

OpenCV & Python - Image too big to display

Use this for example:

cv2.namedWindow('finalImg', cv2.WINDOW_NORMAL)
cv2.imshow("finalImg",finalImg)

Zookeeper connection error

Had the same error during setup on a 2 node cluster. I discovered I had mixed up the contents of the myid file versus the server.id=HOST_IP:port entry.

Essentially, if you have two servers (SERVER1 and SERVER2) for which you have created "myid" files in dataDir for zookeeper as below

SERVER1 (myid)
1

SERVER2 (myid)
2

Ensure the entry in your zoo.cfg file corresponds for each of these i.e server.1 should use SERVER1 hostname and server.2 should use SERVER2 hostname followed by the port as below

SERVER1 (zoo.cfg)
... (other config omitted)
server.1=SERVER1:2888:3888
server.2=SERVER2:2888:3888

SERVER2 (zoo.cfg)
... (other config omitted)
server.1=SERVER1:2888:3888
server.2=SERVER2:2888:3888

Just to make sure, I also deleted the version-* folder in the dataDir then restarted Zookeeper to get it working.

Way to create multiline comments in Bash?

Here's how I do multiline comments in bash.

This mechanism has two advantages that I appreciate. One is that comments can be nested. The other is that blocks can be enabled by simply commenting out the initiating line.

#!/bin/bash
# : <<'####.block.A'
echo "foo {" 1>&2
fn data1
echo "foo }" 1>&2
: <<'####.block.B'
fn data2 || exit
exit 1
####.block.B
echo "can't happen" 1>&2
####.block.A

In the example above the "B" block is commented out, but the parts of the "A" block that are not the "B" block are not commented out.

Running that example will produce this output:

foo {
./example: line 5: fn: command not found
foo }
can't happen

PHP - Notice: Undefined index:

Before you extract values from $_POST, you should check if they exist. You could use the isset function for this (http://php.net/manual/en/function.isset.php)

What's the proper way to compare a String to an enum value?

You can compare a string to an enum item as follow,

public class Main {

    enum IaaSProvider{
        aws,
        microsoft,
        google
    }

    public static void main(String[] args){

        IaaSProvider iaaSProvider = IaaSProvider.google;

        if("google".equals(iaaSProvider.toString())){
            System.out.println("The provider is google");
        }

    }
}

Loading another html page from javascript

You can use the following code :

<!DOCTYPE html>
<html>
    <body onLoad="triggerJS();">

    <script>
        function triggerJS(){
        location.replace("http://www.google.com");
        /*
        location.assign("New_WebSite_Url");
        //Use assign() instead of replace if you want to have the first page in the history (i.e if you want the user to be able to navigate back when New_WebSite_Url is loaded)
        */
        }
    </script>

    </body>
</html>

Send parameter to Bootstrap modal window?

There is a better solution than the accepted answer, specifically using data-* attributes. Setting the id to 1 will cause you issues if any other element on the page has id=1. Instead, you can do:

<button class="btn btn-primary" data-toggle="modal" data-target="#yourModalID" data-yourparameter="whateverYouWant">Load</button>

<script>
$('#yourModalID').on('show.bs.modal', function(e) {
  var yourparameter = e.relatedTarget.dataset.yourparameter;
  // Do some stuff w/ it.
});
</script>

Free c# QR-Code generator

You can look at Open Source QR Code Library or messagingtoolkit-qrcode. I have not used either of them so I can not speak of their ease to use.

Execute a large SQL script (with GO commands)

If you don't want to install SMO objects you can use gplex tool (see this answer)

ActionBarCompat: java.lang.IllegalStateException: You need to use a Theme.AppCompat

para resolver o meu problema, eu apenas adicionei na minha MainActivity ("Theme = To solve my problem, I just added it in my MainActivity ("Theme =" @ style / MyTheme "") where MyTheme is the name of my theme

[Activity(Label = "Name Label", MainLauncher = true, Icon = "@drawable/icon", LaunchMode = LaunchMode.SingleTop, Theme = "@style/MyTheme")]

How can I make a jQuery UI 'draggable()' div draggable for touchscreen?

You can try using jquery.pep.js:

jquery.pep.js is a lightweight jQuery plugin which turns any DOM element into a draggable object. It works across mostly all browsers, from old to new, from touch to click. I built it to serve a need in which jQuery UI’s draggable was not fulfilling, since it didn’t work on touch devices (without some hackery).

Website, GitHub link

Reading multiple Scanner inputs

If every input asks the same question, you should use a for loop and an array of inputs:

Scanner dd = new Scanner(System.in);
int[] vars = new int[3];

for(int i = 0; i < vars.length; i++) {
  System.out.println("Enter next var: ");
  vars[i] = dd.nextInt();
}

Or as Chip suggested, you can parse the input from one line:

Scanner in = new Scanner(System.in);
int[] vars = new int[3];

System.out.println("Enter "+vars.length+" vars: ");
for(int i = 0; i < vars.length; i++)
  vars[i] = in.nextInt();

You were on the right track, and what you did works. This is just a nicer and more flexible way of doing things.

How to get the system uptime in Windows?

I use this little PowerShell snippet:

function Get-SystemUptime {
    $operatingSystem = Get-WmiObject Win32_OperatingSystem
    "$((Get-Date) - ([Management.ManagementDateTimeConverter]::ToDateTime($operatingSystem.LastBootUpTime)))"
}

which then yields something like the following:

PS> Get-SystemUptime
6.20:40:40.2625526

Best way to store a key=>value array in JavaScript?

I know its late but it might be helpful for those that want other ways. Another way array key=>values can be stored is by using an array method called map(); (https://developer.mozilla.org/en-US/docs/Web/JavaScript/Reference/Global_Objects/Array/map) you can use arrow function too

 
    var countries = ['Canada','Us','France','Italy'];  
// Arrow Function
countries.map((value, key) => key+ ' : ' + value );
// Anonomous Function
countries.map(function(value, key){
return key + " : " + value;
});

Get the distance between two geo points

Just use the following method, pass it lat and long and get distance in meter:

private static double distance_in_meter(final double lat1, final double lon1, final double lat2, final double lon2) {
    double R = 6371000f; // Radius of the earth in m
    double dLat = (lat1 - lat2) * Math.PI / 180f;
    double dLon = (lon1 - lon2) * Math.PI / 180f;
    double a = Math.sin(dLat/2) * Math.sin(dLat/2) +
            Math.cos(latlong1.latitude * Math.PI / 180f) * Math.cos(latlong2.latitude * Math.PI / 180f) *
                    Math.sin(dLon/2) * Math.sin(dLon/2);
    double c = 2f * Math.atan2(Math.sqrt(a), Math.sqrt(1-a));
    double d = R * c;
    return d;
}

Reading an integer from user input

Use this simple line:

int x = int.Parse(Console.ReadLine());

Fitting a histogram with python

Starting Python 3.8, the standard library provides the NormalDist object as part of the statistics module.

The NormalDist object can be built from a set of data with the NormalDist.from_samples method and provides access to its mean (NormalDist.mean) and standard deviation (NormalDist.stdev):

from statistics import NormalDist

# data = [0.7237248252340628, 0.6402731706462489, -1.0616113628912391, -1.7796451823371144, -0.1475852030122049, 0.5617952240065559, -0.6371760932160501, -0.7257277223562687, 1.699633029946764, 0.2155375969350495, -0.33371076371293323, 0.1905125348631894, -0.8175477853425216, -1.7549449090704003, -0.512427115804309, 0.9720486316086447, 0.6248742504909869, 0.7450655841312533, -0.1451632129830228, -1.0252663611514108]
norm = NormalDist.from_samples(data)
# NormalDist(mu=-0.12836704320073597, sigma=0.9240861018557649)
norm.mean
# -0.12836704320073597
norm.stdev
# 0.9240861018557649

Add padding on view programmatically

view.setPadding(0,padding,0,0);

This will set the top padding to padding-pixels.

If you want to set it in dp instead, you can do a conversion:

float scale = getResources().getDisplayMetrics().density;
int dpAsPixels = (int) (sizeInDp*scale + 0.5f);

AngularJS ui router passing data between states without URL

The params object is included in $stateParams, but won't be part of the url.

1) In the route configuration:

$stateProvider.state('edit_user', {
    url: '/users/:user_id/edit',
    templateUrl: 'views/editUser.html',
    controller: 'editUserCtrl',
    params: {
        paramOne: { objectProperty: "defaultValueOne" },  //default value
        paramTwo: "defaultValueTwo"
    }
});

2) In the controller:

.controller('editUserCtrl', function ($stateParams, $scope) {       
    $scope.paramOne = $stateParams.paramOne;
    $scope.paramTwo = $stateParams.paramTwo;
});

3A) Changing the State from a controller

$state.go("edit_user", {
    user_id: 1,                
    paramOne: { objectProperty: "test_not_default1" },
    paramTwo: "from controller"
});

3B) Changing the State in html

<div ui-sref="edit_user({ user_id: 3, paramOne: { objectProperty: 'from_html1' }, paramTwo: 'fromhtml2' })"></div>

Example Plunker

UIDevice uniqueIdentifier deprecated - What to do now?

Perhaps you can use:

[UIDevice currentDevice].identifierForVendor.UUIDString

Apple's documentation describes identifierForVender as follows:

The value of this property is the same for apps that come from the same vendor running on the same device. A different value is returned for apps on the same device that come from different vendors, and for apps on different devices regardless of vendor.

How to install pandas from pip on windows cmd?

pip install pandas make sure, this is 'pandas' not 'panda'

If you are not able to access pip, then got to C:\Python37\Scripts and run pip.exe install pandas.

Alternatively, you can add C:\Python37\Scripts in the env variables for windows machines. Hope this helps.

Update div with jQuery ajax response html

You are setting the html of #showresults of whatever data is, and then replacing it with itself, which doesn't make much sense ?
I'm guessing you where really trying to find #showresults in the returned data, and then update the #showresults element in the DOM with the html from the one from the ajax call :

$('#submitform').click(function () {
    $.ajax({
        url: "getinfo.asp",
        data: {
            txtsearch: $('#appendedInputButton').val()
        },
        type: "GET",
        dataType: "html",
        success: function (data) {
            var result = $('<div />').append(data).find('#showresults').html();
            $('#showresults').html(result);
        },
        error: function (xhr, status) {
            alert("Sorry, there was a problem!");
        },
        complete: function (xhr, status) {
            //$('#showresults').slideDown('slow')
        }
    });
});

How can I get new selection in "select" in Angular 2?

latest ionic 3.2.0 have modified (change) to (ionChange)

eg: HTML

<ion-select (ionChange)="function($event)"> <ion-option>1<ion-option>
</ion-select>

TS

function($event){
// this gives the selected element
 console.log($event);

}

How to fix Error: this class is not key value coding-compliant for the key tableView.'

Any chance that you changed the name of your table view from "tableView" to "myTableView" at some point?

CSS scrollbar style cross browser

jScrollPane is a good solution to cross browser scrollbars and degrades nicely.

Pyspark: Filter dataframe based on multiple conditions

faster way (without pyspark.sql.functions)

    df.filter((df.d<5)&((df.col1 != df.col3) |
                    (df.col2 != df.col4) & 
                    (df.col1 ==df.col3)))\
    .show()

CSS-Only Scrollable Table with fixed headers

I was trying to figure this out myself recently, and I came up with a good solution that works perfectly in my browser (Chrome 51) and supports dynamic column widths. I should mention that after I independently derived my answer I also found a similar technique described elsewhere on the web...

The trick is to use two identical tables positioned on top of one another. The lower table is visible and the upper table is invisible expect for the header. The upper table also has pointer-events: none set on the tbody so mouse interactions hit the underneath table. This way the lower table scrolls under the upper table's header.

For everything to layout and resize properly (when the user adjusts screen width for instance), both tables need to have the same scrollbar behavior. However, the upper table's scroll bar is ignored thanks to the pointer-events: none and can be made invisible with:

<style>
    .hiddenScrollbar::-webkit-scrollbar {
        background-color: transparent;
    }
</style>

Here is the complete code:

_x000D_
_x000D_
<html>_x000D_
_x000D_
<head>_x000D_
  <style>_x000D_
    td {_x000D_
      border: 1px solid black; _x000D_
      white-space: nowrap;_x000D_
    }_x000D_
    th {_x000D_
      background-color: gray;_x000D_
      border: 1px solid black;_x000D_
      white-space: nowrap;_x000D_
    }_x000D_
    .hiddenScrollbar::-webkit-scrollbar {_x000D_
      background-color: transparent;_x000D_
    }_x000D_
  </style>_x000D_
</head>_x000D_
_x000D_
<body>_x000D_
  Table test. Use mouse wheel to scroll or scroll to the right to see vertical scroll bar. You can also remove the outermost div if you don't want a horizontal scroll bar._x000D_
  <br/>_x000D_
  <div style="display: inline-block; height: 10em; width: 15em; overflow-x: scroll; overflow-y: hidden">_x000D_
    <div style="position: relative;">_x000D_
      <div style="display: inline-block; position: absolute; left: 0px; top: 0px; height: 10em; overflow-y: scroll">_x000D_
        <table style="border-collapse: collapse;">_x000D_
          <thead>_x000D_
            <tr>_x000D_
              <th>Column 1</th>_x000D_
              <th>Another Column</th>_x000D_
            </tr>_x000D_
          </thead>_x000D_
          <tbody>_x000D_
            <tr>_x000D_
              <td>Data 1</td>_x000D_
              <td>123409213750213</td>_x000D_
            </tr>_x000D_
            <tr>_x000D_
              <td>Data 2</td>_x000D_
              <td>123409213750213</td>_x000D_
            </tr>_x000D_
            <tr>_x000D_
              <td>Data 3</td>_x000D_
              <td>123409213750213</td>_x000D_
            </tr>_x000D_
            <tr>_x000D_
              <td>Data 4</td>_x000D_
              <td>123409213750213</td>_x000D_
            </tr>_x000D_
            <tr>_x000D_
              <td>Data 5</td>_x000D_
              <td>123409213750213</td>_x000D_
            </tr>_x000D_
            <tr>_x000D_
              <td>Data 6</td>_x000D_
              <td>12340921375021342354235 very long...</td>_x000D_
            </tr>_x000D_
            <tr>_x000D_
              <td>Data 7</td>_x000D_
              <td>123409213750213</td>_x000D_
            </tr>_x000D_
            <tr>_x000D_
              <td>Data 8</td>_x000D_
              <td>123409213750213</td>_x000D_
            </tr>_x000D_
            <tr>_x000D_
              <td>Data 9</td>_x000D_
              <td>123409213750213</td>_x000D_
            </tr>_x000D_
            <tr>_x000D_
              <td>Data 10</td>_x000D_
              <td>123409213750213</td>_x000D_
            </tr>_x000D_
            <tr>_x000D_
              <td>Data 11</td>_x000D_
              <td>123409213750213</td>_x000D_
            </tr>_x000D_
            <tr>_x000D_
              <td>Data 12</td>_x000D_
              <td>123409213750213</td>_x000D_
            </tr>_x000D_
          </tbody>_x000D_
        </table>_x000D_
      </div>_x000D_
      <div class="hiddenScrollbar" style="display: inline-block; pointer-events: none; position: relative; left: 0px; top: 0px; height: 10em; overflow-y: scroll">_x000D_
        <table style="border-collapse: collapse;">_x000D_
          <thead style="pointer-events: auto">_x000D_
            <tr>_x000D_
              <th>Column 1</th>_x000D_
              <th>Another Column</th>_x000D_
            </tr>_x000D_
          </thead>_x000D_
          <tbody style="visibility: hidden">_x000D_
            <tr>_x000D_
              <tr>_x000D_
                <td>Data 1</td>_x000D_
                <td>123409213750213</td>_x000D_
              </tr>_x000D_
              <tr>_x000D_
                <td>Data 2</td>_x000D_
                <td>123409213750213</td>_x000D_
              </tr>_x000D_
              <tr>_x000D_
                <td>Data 3</td>_x000D_
                <td>123409213750213</td>_x000D_
              </tr>_x000D_
              <tr>_x000D_
                <td>Data 4</td>_x000D_
                <td>123409213750213</td>_x000D_
              </tr>_x000D_
              <tr>_x000D_
                <td>Data 5</td>_x000D_
                <td>123409213750213</td>_x000D_
              </tr>_x000D_
              <tr>_x000D_
                <td>Data 6</td>_x000D_
                <td>12340921375021342354235 very long...</td>_x000D_
              </tr>_x000D_
              <tr>_x000D_
                <td>Data 7</td>_x000D_
                <td>123409213750213</td>_x000D_
              </tr>_x000D_
              <tr>_x000D_
                <td>Data 8</td>_x000D_
                <td>123409213750213</td>_x000D_
              </tr>_x000D_
              <tr>_x000D_
                <td>Data 9</td>_x000D_
                <td>123409213750213</td>_x000D_
              </tr>_x000D_
              <tr>_x000D_
                <td>Data 10</td>_x000D_
                <td>123409213750213</td>_x000D_
              </tr>_x000D_
              <tr>_x000D_
                <td>Data 11</td>_x000D_
                <td>123409213750213</td>_x000D_
              </tr>_x000D_
              <tr>_x000D_
                <td>Data 12</td>_x000D_
                <td>123409213750213</td>_x000D_
              </tr>_x000D_
            </tr>_x000D_
          </tbody>_x000D_
        </table>_x000D_
      </div>_x000D_
    </div>_x000D_
  </div><br/>_x000D_
Stuff after table._x000D_
</body>_x000D_
_x000D_
</html>
_x000D_
_x000D_
_x000D_

Caveats: More work is required to prove this works in other browsers. Also I was rather liberal in mixing inline and stylesheet styles. However I believe the general concept is the best way of doing this since if the target browser supports it. The only functionality/display issues are that if you want a horizontal scroll bar, the vertical scroll bar can get scrolled out of view (as shown in the snippet). You can still scroll with the mouse wheel though. Additionally you can't have a transparent background on the header (otherwise the underneath table would show through). Finally you need a way to generate two identical tables. Personally I am using react.js and it is easy to do it with react, but php or other server-side generation or javascript will also work.

How to add Apache HTTP API (legacy) as compile-time dependency to build.grade for Android M?

it should help:

android {
    ...
    useLibrary 'org.apache.http.legacy'
    ...
}

To avoid missing link errors add to dependencies

dependencies {
    provided 'org.jbundle.util.osgi.wrapped:org.jbundle.util.osgi.wrapped.org.apache.http.client:4.1.2'
}

or

dependencies {
    compileOnly 'org.jbundle.util.osgi.wrapped:org.jbundle.util.osgi.wrapped.org.apache.http.client:4.1.2'
}

because

Warning: Configuration 'provided' is obsolete and has been replaced with 'compileOnly'.

laravel collection to array

You can use toArray() of eloquent as below.

The toArray method converts the collection into a plain PHP array. If the collection's values are Eloquent models, the models will also be converted to arrays

$comments_collection = $post->comments()->get()->toArray()

From Laravel Docs:

toArray also converts all of the collection's nested objects that are an instance of Arrayable to an array. If you want to get the raw underlying array, use the all method instead.

Redirecting to a new page after successful login

You could also provide a link to the page after login and have it auto redirect using javascript after 10 seconds.

Factorial using Recursion in Java

Using Java 8 and above, using recursion itself

  UnaryOperator<Long> fact = num -> num<1 ? 1 : num * this.fact.apply(num-1);

And use it like

  fact.apply(5); // prints 120

Internally it calculate like

5*(4*(3*(2*(1*(1)))))

How to avoid the "Windows Defender SmartScreen prevented an unrecognized app from starting warning"

UPDATE: Another writeup here: How to add publisher in Installshield 2018 (might be better).


I am not too well informed about this issue, but please see if this answer to another question tells you anything useful (and let us know so I can evolve a better answer here): How to pass the Windows Defender SmartScreen Protection? That question relates to BitRock - a non-MSI installer technology, but the overall issue seems to be the same.

Extract from one of the links pointed to in my answer above: "...a certificate just isn't enough anymore to gain trust... SmartScreen is reputation based, not unlike the way StackOverflow works... SmartScreen trusts installers that don't cause problems. Windows machines send telemetry back to Redmond about installed programs and how much trouble they cause. If you get enough thumbs-up then SmartScreen stops blocking your installer automatically. This takes time and lots of installs to get sufficient thumbs. There is no way to find out how far along you got."

Honestly this is all news to me at this point, so do get back to us with any information you dig up yourself.


The actual dialog text you have marked above definitely relates to the Zone.Identifier alternate data stream with a value of 3 that is added to any file that is downloaded from the Internet (see linked answer above for more details).


I was not able to mark this question as a duplicate of the previous one, since it doesn't have an accepted answer. Let's leave both question open for now? (one question is for MSI, one is for non-MSI).

how to console.log result of this ajax call?

If you want to check your URL. I suppose you are using Chrome. You can go to chrome console and URL will be displayed under "XHR finished loading:"

How to Load RSA Private Key From File

You need to convert your private key to PKCS8 format using following command:

openssl pkcs8 -topk8 -inform PEM -outform DER -in private_key_file  -nocrypt > pkcs8_key

After this your java program can read it.

Replace substring with another substring C++

str.replace(str.find(str2),str2.length(),str3);

Where

  • str is the base string
  • str2 is the sub string to find
  • str3 is the replacement substring

Google Maps API v3: Can I setZoom after fitBounds?

I’ve just fixed this by setting maxZoom in advance, then removing it afterwards. For example:

map.setOptions({ maxZoom: 15 });
map.fitBounds(bounds);
map.setOptions({ maxZoom: null });

java.math.BigInteger cannot be cast to java.lang.Integer

You can use:

Integer grandChildCount = ((BigInteger) result[1]).intValue();

Or perhaps cast to Number to cover both Integer and BigInteger values.

IllegalMonitorStateException on wait() call

Since you haven't posted code, we're kind of working in the dark. What are the details of the exception?

Are you calling Thread.wait() from within the thread, or outside it?

I ask this because according to the javadoc for IllegalMonitorStateException, it is:

Thrown to indicate that a thread has attempted to wait on an object's monitor or to notify other threads waiting on an object's monitor without owning the specified monitor.

To clarify this answer, this call to wait on a thread also throws IllegalMonitorStateException, despite being called from within a synchronized block:


     private static final class Lock { }
     private final Object lock = new Lock();

    @Test
    public void testRun() {
        ThreadWorker worker = new ThreadWorker();
        System.out.println ("Starting worker");
        worker.start();
        System.out.println ("Worker started - telling it to wait");
        try {
            synchronized (lock) {
                worker.wait();
            }
        } catch (InterruptedException e1) {
            String msg = "InterruptedException: [" + e1.getLocalizedMessage() + "]";
            System.out.println (msg);
            e1.printStackTrace();
            System.out.flush();
        }
        System.out.println ("Worker done waiting, we're now waiting for it by joining");
        try {
            worker.join();
        } catch (InterruptedException ex) { }

    }

How to get week numbers from dates?

if you want to get the week number with the year use: "%Y-W%V":

e.g    yearAndweeks <- strftime(dates, format = "%Y-W%V")

so

> strftime(c("2014-03-16", "2014-03-17","2014-03-18", "2014-01-01"), format = "%Y-W%V")

becomes:

[1] "2014-W11" "2014-W12" "2014-W12" "2014-W01"

Read a HTML file into a string variable in memory

Use File.ReadAllText(path_to_file) to read

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

Put the following line in your myscript

set myFold = '~/Files/Scripts/Main'

In the terminal use

source myscript
cd $myFold

How to save all files from source code of a web site?

In Chrome, go to options (Customize and Control, the 3 dots/bars at top right) ---> More Tools ---> save page as

save page as  
filename     : any_name.html 
save as type : webpage complete.

Then you will get any_name.html and any_name folder.

What’s the best RESTful method to return total number of items in an object?

Sometimes frameworks (like $resource/AngularJS) require an array as a query result, and you can't really have a response like {count:10,items:[...]} in this case I store "count" in responseHeaders.

P. S. Actually you can do that with $resource/AngularJS, but it needs some tweaks.

How can I generate a self-signed certificate with SubjectAltName using OpenSSL?

Can someone help me with the exact syntax?

It's a three-step process, and it involves modifying the openssl.cnf file. You might be able to do it with only command line options, but I don't do it that way.

Find your openssl.cnf file. It is likely located in /usr/lib/ssl/openssl.cnf:

$ find /usr/lib -name openssl.cnf
/usr/lib/openssl.cnf
/usr/lib/openssh/openssl.cnf
/usr/lib/ssl/openssl.cnf

On my Debian system, /usr/lib/ssl/openssl.cnf is used by the built-in openssl program. On recent Debian systems it is located at /etc/ssl/openssl.cnf

You can determine which openssl.cnf is being used by adding a spurious XXX to the file and see if openssl chokes.


First, modify the req parameters. Add an alternate_names section to openssl.cnf with the names you want to use. There are no existing alternate_names sections, so it does not matter where you add it.

[ alternate_names ]

DNS.1        = example.com
DNS.2        = www.example.com
DNS.3        = mail.example.com
DNS.4        = ftp.example.com

Next, add the following to the existing [ v3_ca ] section. Search for the exact string [ v3_ca ]:

subjectAltName      = @alternate_names

You might change keyUsage to the following under [ v3_ca ]:

keyUsage = digitalSignature, keyEncipherment

digitalSignature and keyEncipherment are standard fare for a server certificate. Don't worry about nonRepudiation. It's a useless bit thought up by computer science guys/gals who wanted to be lawyers. It means nothing in the legal world.

In the end, the IETF (RFC 5280), browsers and CAs run fast and loose, so it probably does not matter what key usage you provide.


Second, modify the signing parameters. Find this line under the CA_default section:

# Extension copying option: use with caution.
# copy_extensions = copy

And change it to:

# Extension copying option: use with caution.
copy_extensions = copy

This ensures the SANs are copied into the certificate. The other ways to copy the DNS names are broken.


Third, generate your self-signed certificate:

$ openssl genrsa -out private.key 3072
$ openssl req -new -x509 -key private.key -sha256 -out certificate.pem -days 730
You are about to be asked to enter information that will be incorporated
into your certificate request.
What you are about to enter is what is called a Distinguished Name or a DN.
...

Finally, examine the certificate:

$ openssl x509 -in certificate.pem -text -noout
Certificate:
    Data:
        Version: 3 (0x2)
        Serial Number: 9647297427330319047 (0x85e215e5869042c7)
    Signature Algorithm: sha256WithRSAEncryption
        Issuer: C=US, ST=MD, L=Baltimore, O=Test CA, Limited, CN=Test CA/[email protected]
        Validity
            Not Before: Feb  1 05:23:05 2014 GMT
            Not After : Feb  1 05:23:05 2016 GMT
        Subject: C=US, ST=MD, L=Baltimore, O=Test CA, Limited, CN=Test CA/[email protected]
        Subject Public Key Info:
            Public Key Algorithm: rsaEncryption
                Public-Key: (3072 bit)
                Modulus:
                    00:e2:e9:0e:9a:b8:52:d4:91:cf:ed:33:53:8e:35:
                    ...
                    d6:7d:ed:67:44:c3:65:38:5d:6c:94:e5:98:ab:8c:
                    72:1c:45:92:2c:88:a9:be:0b:f9
                Exponent: 65537 (0x10001)
        X509v3 extensions:
            X509v3 Subject Key Identifier:
                34:66:39:7C:EC:8B:70:80:9E:6F:95:89:DB:B5:B9:B8:D8:F8:AF:A4
            X509v3 Authority Key Identifier:
                keyid:34:66:39:7C:EC:8B:70:80:9E:6F:95:89:DB:B5:B9:B8:D8:F8:AF:A4

            X509v3 Basic Constraints: critical
                CA:FALSE
            X509v3 Key Usage:
                Digital Signature, Non Repudiation, Key Encipherment, Certificate Sign
            X509v3 Subject Alternative Name:
                DNS:example.com, DNS:www.example.com, DNS:mail.example.com, DNS:ftp.example.com
    Signature Algorithm: sha256WithRSAEncryption
         3b:28:fc:e3:b5:43:5a:d2:a0:b8:01:9b:fa:26:47:8e:5c:b7:
         ...
         71:21:b9:1f:fa:30:19:8b:be:d2:19:5a:84:6c:81:82:95:ef:
         8b:0a:bd:65:03:d1

How to count the number of lines of a string in javascript

There are three options:

Using jQuery (download from jQuery website) - jquery.com

var lines = $("#ptest").val().split("\n");
return lines.length;

Using Regex

var lines = str.split(/\r\n|\r|\n/);
return lines.length;

Or, a recreation of a for each loop

var length = 0;
for(var i = 0; i < str.length; ++i){
    if(str[i] == '\n') {
        length++;
    }
}
return length;

Making a div vertically scrollable using CSS

You can use this code instead.

<div id="" style="overflow-y:scroll; overflow-x:hidden; height:400px;">


overflow-x: The overflow-x property specifies what to do with the left/right edges of the content - if it overflows the element's content area.
overflow-y: The overflow-y property specifies what to do with the top/bottom edges of the content - if it overflows the element's content area.

Values
visible: Default value. The content is not clipped, and it may be rendered outside the content box.
hidden: The content is clipped - and no scrolling mechanism is provided.
scroll: The content is clipped and a scrolling mechanism is provided.
auto: Should cause a scrolling mechanism to be provided for overflowing boxes.
initial: Sets this property to its default value.
inherit Inherits this property from its parent element.

Determining type of an object in ruby

you could also try: instance_of?

p 1.instance_of? Fixnum    #=> True
p "1".instance_of? String  #=> True
p [1,2].instance_of? Array #=> True

What is the Auto-Alignment Shortcut Key in Eclipse?

The answer that the OP accepted is wildly different from the question I thought was asked. I thought the OP wanted a way to auto-align = signs or + signs, similar to the tabularize plugin for vim.

For this task, I found the Columns4Eclipse plugin to be just what I needed.

Git diff against a stash

This works for me on git version 1.8.5.2:

git diff stash HEAD

How to create a Calendar table for 100 years in Sql

As this is only tagged sql (which does not indicate any specific DBMS), here is a solution for Postgres:

select d::date 
from generate_series(date '1990-01-01', date '1990-01-01' + interval '100' year, interval '1' day) as t(d);

If you need that a lot, it's more efficient to store that in an table (which can e.g. be indexed):

create table calendar 
as
select d::date as the_date
from generate_series(date '1990-01-01', date '1990-01-01' + interval '100' year, interval '1' day) as t(d);

How to implement __iter__(self) for a container object (Python)

One option that might work for some cases is to make your custom class inherit from dict. This seems like a logical choice if it acts like a dict; maybe it should be a dict. This way, you get dict-like iteration for free.

class MyDict(dict):
    def __init__(self, custom_attribute):
        self.bar = custom_attribute

mydict = MyDict('Some name')
mydict['a'] = 1
mydict['b'] = 2

print mydict.bar
for k, v in mydict.items():
    print k, '=>', v

Output:

Some name
a => 1
b => 2

Database design for a survey

Looks pretty complete for a smiple survey. Don't forget to add a table for 'open values', where a customer can provide his opinion via a textbox. Link that table with a foreign key to your answer and place indexes on all your relational columns for performance.

Python module for converting PDF to text

The PDFMiner package has changed since codeape posted.

EDIT (again):

PDFMiner has been updated again in version 20100213

You can check the version you have installed with the following:

>>> import pdfminer
>>> pdfminer.__version__
'20100213'

Here's the updated version (with comments on what I changed/added):

def pdf_to_csv(filename):
    from cStringIO import StringIO  #<-- added so you can copy/paste this to try it
    from pdfminer.converter import LTTextItem, TextConverter
    from pdfminer.pdfparser import PDFDocument, PDFParser
    from pdfminer.pdfinterp import PDFResourceManager, PDFPageInterpreter

    class CsvConverter(TextConverter):
        def __init__(self, *args, **kwargs):
            TextConverter.__init__(self, *args, **kwargs)

        def end_page(self, i):
            from collections import defaultdict
            lines = defaultdict(lambda : {})
            for child in self.cur_item.objs:
                if isinstance(child, LTTextItem):
                    (_,_,x,y) = child.bbox                   #<-- changed
                    line = lines[int(-y)]
                    line[x] = child.text.encode(self.codec)  #<-- changed

            for y in sorted(lines.keys()):
                line = lines[y]
                self.outfp.write(";".join(line[x] for x in sorted(line.keys())))
                self.outfp.write("\n")

    # ... the following part of the code is a remix of the 
    # convert() function in the pdfminer/tools/pdf2text module
    rsrc = PDFResourceManager()
    outfp = StringIO()
    device = CsvConverter(rsrc, outfp, codec="utf-8")  #<-- changed 
        # becuase my test documents are utf-8 (note: utf-8 is the default codec)

    doc = PDFDocument()
    fp = open(filename, 'rb')
    parser = PDFParser(fp)       #<-- changed
    parser.set_document(doc)     #<-- added
    doc.set_parser(parser)       #<-- added
    doc.initialize('')

    interpreter = PDFPageInterpreter(rsrc, device)

    for i, page in enumerate(doc.get_pages()):
        outfp.write("START PAGE %d\n" % i)
        interpreter.process_page(page)
        outfp.write("END PAGE %d\n" % i)

    device.close()
    fp.close()

    return outfp.getvalue()

Edit (yet again):

Here is an update for the latest version in pypi, 20100619p1. In short I replaced LTTextItem with LTChar and passed an instance of LAParams to the CsvConverter constructor.

def pdf_to_csv(filename):
    from cStringIO import StringIO  
    from pdfminer.converter import LTChar, TextConverter    #<-- changed
    from pdfminer.layout import LAParams
    from pdfminer.pdfparser import PDFDocument, PDFParser
    from pdfminer.pdfinterp import PDFResourceManager, PDFPageInterpreter

    class CsvConverter(TextConverter):
        def __init__(self, *args, **kwargs):
            TextConverter.__init__(self, *args, **kwargs)

        def end_page(self, i):
            from collections import defaultdict
            lines = defaultdict(lambda : {})
            for child in self.cur_item.objs:
                if isinstance(child, LTChar):               #<-- changed
                    (_,_,x,y) = child.bbox                   
                    line = lines[int(-y)]
                    line[x] = child.text.encode(self.codec)

            for y in sorted(lines.keys()):
                line = lines[y]
                self.outfp.write(";".join(line[x] for x in sorted(line.keys())))
                self.outfp.write("\n")

    # ... the following part of the code is a remix of the 
    # convert() function in the pdfminer/tools/pdf2text module
    rsrc = PDFResourceManager()
    outfp = StringIO()
    device = CsvConverter(rsrc, outfp, codec="utf-8", laparams=LAParams())  #<-- changed
        # becuase my test documents are utf-8 (note: utf-8 is the default codec)

    doc = PDFDocument()
    fp = open(filename, 'rb')
    parser = PDFParser(fp)       
    parser.set_document(doc)     
    doc.set_parser(parser)       
    doc.initialize('')

    interpreter = PDFPageInterpreter(rsrc, device)

    for i, page in enumerate(doc.get_pages()):
        outfp.write("START PAGE %d\n" % i)
        if page is not None:
            interpreter.process_page(page)
        outfp.write("END PAGE %d\n" % i)

    device.close()
    fp.close()

    return outfp.getvalue()

EDIT (one more time):

Updated for version 20110515 (thanks to Oeufcoque Penteano!):

def pdf_to_csv(filename):
    from cStringIO import StringIO  
    from pdfminer.converter import LTChar, TextConverter
    from pdfminer.layout import LAParams
    from pdfminer.pdfparser import PDFDocument, PDFParser
    from pdfminer.pdfinterp import PDFResourceManager, PDFPageInterpreter

    class CsvConverter(TextConverter):
        def __init__(self, *args, **kwargs):
            TextConverter.__init__(self, *args, **kwargs)

        def end_page(self, i):
            from collections import defaultdict
            lines = defaultdict(lambda : {})
            for child in self.cur_item._objs:                #<-- changed
                if isinstance(child, LTChar):
                    (_,_,x,y) = child.bbox                   
                    line = lines[int(-y)]
                    line[x] = child._text.encode(self.codec) #<-- changed

            for y in sorted(lines.keys()):
                line = lines[y]
                self.outfp.write(";".join(line[x] for x in sorted(line.keys())))
                self.outfp.write("\n")

    # ... the following part of the code is a remix of the 
    # convert() function in the pdfminer/tools/pdf2text module
    rsrc = PDFResourceManager()
    outfp = StringIO()
    device = CsvConverter(rsrc, outfp, codec="utf-8", laparams=LAParams())
        # becuase my test documents are utf-8 (note: utf-8 is the default codec)

    doc = PDFDocument()
    fp = open(filename, 'rb')
    parser = PDFParser(fp)       
    parser.set_document(doc)     
    doc.set_parser(parser)       
    doc.initialize('')

    interpreter = PDFPageInterpreter(rsrc, device)

    for i, page in enumerate(doc.get_pages()):
        outfp.write("START PAGE %d\n" % i)
        if page is not None:
            interpreter.process_page(page)
        outfp.write("END PAGE %d\n" % i)

    device.close()
    fp.close()

    return outfp.getvalue()

How do you force a CIFS connection to unmount

A lazy unmount will do the job for you.

umount -l <mount path>

Remove quotes from String in Python

To add to @Christian's comment:

Replace all single or double quotes in a string:

s = "'asdfa sdfa'"

import re
re.sub("[\"\']", "", s)

How do I iterate over the words of a string?

Using std::stringstream as you have works perfectly fine, and do exactly what you wanted. If you're just looking for different way of doing things though, you can use std::find()/std::find_first_of() and std::string::substr().

Here's an example:

#include <iostream>
#include <string>

int main()
{
    std::string s("Somewhere down the road");
    std::string::size_type prev_pos = 0, pos = 0;

    while( (pos = s.find(' ', pos)) != std::string::npos )
    {
        std::string substring( s.substr(prev_pos, pos-prev_pos) );

        std::cout << substring << '\n';

        prev_pos = ++pos;
    }

    std::string substring( s.substr(prev_pos, pos-prev_pos) ); // Last word
    std::cout << substring << '\n';

    return 0;
}

phpmyadmin.pma_table_uiprefs doesn't exist

Into phpmyadmin database's create that table, there miskta on name of that table it may be pma_table_uiprefs and not pma__table_uiprefs

CREATE TABLE IF NOT EXISTS pma_table_uiprefs ( username varchar(64) NOT NULL, db_name varchar(64) NOT NULL, table_name varchar(64) NOT NULL, prefs text NOT NULL, last_update timestamp NOT NULL DEFAULT CURRENT_TIMESTAMP ON UPDATE CURRENT_TIMESTAMP, PRIMARY KEY (username,db_name,table_name) ) COMMENT='Tables'' UI preferences' DEFAULT CHARACTER SET utf8 COLLATE utf8_bin;

How do I set an ASP.NET Label text from code behind on page load?

For this label:

<asp:label id="myLabel" runat="server" />

In the code behind use (C#):

myLabel.Text = "my text"; 

Update (following updated question):

You do not need to use FindControl - that whole line is superfluous:

  Label myLabel = this.FindControl("myLabel") as Label;
  myLabel.Text = "my text";

Should be just:

  myLabel.Text = "my text";

The Visual Studio designer should create a file with all the server side controls already added properly to the class (in a RankPage.aspx.designer.cs file, by default).

You are talking about a RankPage.cs file - the way Visual Studio would have named it is RankPage.aspx.cs. How are you linking these files together?

How to create <input type=“text”/> dynamically

See this answer for a non JQuery solution. Just helped me out!

Adding input elements dynamically to form

Check if DataRow exists by column name in c#?

You should try

if (row.Table.Columns.Contains("US_OTHERFRIEND"))

I don't believe that row has a columns property itself.

Simple way to understand Encapsulation and Abstraction

Abstraction is Showing necessary info to the user where as Encapsulation hide the unwanted data from the user(Product from the user).

Encapsulation Implements the Abstraction.

Abstraction is the process where as Encapsulation actually implements it. For Eg. Adding user logic -> we need to validate the user , creating DB connection and insert the User. So user do not know fist need to call validate function , creating DB connection and then insert the Value in DB. He only call the AddUser function which call the internally all logic with in , this is only Encapsulation (Grouping the feature and hiding the methods).

How to apply two CSS classes to a single element

1) Use multiple classes inside the class attribute, separated by whitespace (ref):

<a class="c1 c2">aa</a>

2) To target elements that contain all of the specified classes, use this CSS selector (no space) (ref):

.c1.c2 {
}

How to extract hours and minutes from a datetime.datetime object?

It's easier to use the timestamp for this things since Tweepy gets both

import datetime
print(datetime.datetime.fromtimestamp(int(t1)).strftime('%H:%M'))

React native ERROR Packager can't listen on port 8081

in my case, internet on emulator is down as there is no wifi signal on emulator. Resetting emulator has worked.

Mipmap drawables for icons

How are these mipmap images different from the other familiar drawable images?

Here is my two cents in trying to explain the difference. There are two cases you deal with when working with images in Android:

  1. You want to load an image for your device density and you are going to use it "as is", without changing its actual size. In this case you should work with drawables and Android will give you the best fitting image.

  2. You want to load an image for your device density, but this image is going to be scaled up or down. For instance this is needed when you want to show a bigger launcher icon, or you have an animation, which increases image's size. In such cases, to ensure best image quality, you should put your image into mipmap folder. What Android will do is, it will try to pick up the image from a higher density bucket instead of scaling it up. This will increase sharpness (quality) of the image.

Thus, the rule of thumb to decide where to put your image into would be:

  • Launcher icons always go into mipmap folder.
  • Images, which are often scaled up (or extremely scaled down) and whose quality is critical for the app, go into mipmap folder as well.
  • All other images are usual drawables.

How to create a stopwatch using JavaScript?

A simple and easy clock for you and don't forget me ;)

_x000D_
_x000D_
var x;_x000D_
var startstop = 0;_x000D_
_x000D_
function startStop() { /* Toggle StartStop */_x000D_
_x000D_
  startstop = startstop + 1;_x000D_
_x000D_
  if (startstop === 1) {_x000D_
    start();_x000D_
    document.getElementById("start").innerHTML = "Stop";_x000D_
  } else if (startstop === 2) {_x000D_
    document.getElementById("start").innerHTML = "Start";_x000D_
    startstop = 0;_x000D_
    stop();_x000D_
  }_x000D_
_x000D_
}_x000D_
_x000D_
_x000D_
function start() {_x000D_
  x = setInterval(timer, 10);_x000D_
} /* Start */_x000D_
_x000D_
function stop() {_x000D_
  clearInterval(x);_x000D_
} /* Stop */_x000D_
_x000D_
var milisec = 0;_x000D_
var sec = 0; /* holds incrementing value */_x000D_
var min = 0;_x000D_
var hour = 0;_x000D_
_x000D_
/* Contains and outputs returned value of  function checkTime */_x000D_
_x000D_
var miliSecOut = 0;_x000D_
var secOut = 0;_x000D_
var minOut = 0;_x000D_
var hourOut = 0;_x000D_
_x000D_
/* Output variable End */_x000D_
_x000D_
_x000D_
function timer() {_x000D_
  /* Main Timer */_x000D_
_x000D_
_x000D_
  miliSecOut = checkTime(milisec);_x000D_
  secOut = checkTime(sec);_x000D_
  minOut = checkTime(min);_x000D_
  hourOut = checkTime(hour);_x000D_
_x000D_
  milisec = ++milisec;_x000D_
_x000D_
  if (milisec === 100) {_x000D_
    milisec = 0;_x000D_
    sec = ++sec;_x000D_
  }_x000D_
_x000D_
  if (sec == 60) {_x000D_
    min = ++min;_x000D_
    sec = 0;_x000D_
  }_x000D_
_x000D_
  if (min == 60) {_x000D_
    min = 0;_x000D_
    hour = ++hour;_x000D_
_x000D_
  }_x000D_
_x000D_
_x000D_
  document.getElementById("milisec").innerHTML = miliSecOut;_x000D_
  document.getElementById("sec").innerHTML = secOut;_x000D_
  document.getElementById("min").innerHTML = minOut;_x000D_
  document.getElementById("hour").innerHTML = hourOut;_x000D_
_x000D_
}_x000D_
_x000D_
_x000D_
/* Adds 0 when value is <10 */_x000D_
_x000D_
_x000D_
function checkTime(i) {_x000D_
  if (i < 10) {_x000D_
    i = "0" + i;_x000D_
  }_x000D_
  return i;_x000D_
}_x000D_
_x000D_
function reset() {_x000D_
_x000D_
_x000D_
  /*Reset*/_x000D_
_x000D_
  milisec = 0;_x000D_
  sec = 0;_x000D_
  min = 0_x000D_
  hour = 0;_x000D_
_x000D_
  document.getElementById("milisec").innerHTML = "00";_x000D_
  document.getElementById("sec").innerHTML = "00";_x000D_
  document.getElementById("min").innerHTML = "00";_x000D_
  document.getElementById("hour").innerHTML = "00";_x000D_
_x000D_
}
_x000D_
<h1>_x000D_
  <span id="hour">00</span> :_x000D_
  <span id="min">00</span> :_x000D_
  <span id="sec">00</span> :_x000D_
  <span id="milisec">00</span>_x000D_
</h1>_x000D_
_x000D_
<button onclick="startStop()" id="start">Start</button>_x000D_
<button onclick="reset()">Reset</button>
_x000D_
_x000D_
_x000D_

fastest MD5 Implementation in JavaScript

I wrote tests to compare several JavaScript hash implementations, including most MD5 implementations mentioned here. To run the tests, go to http://brillout.github.io/test-javascript-hash-implementations/ and wait a bit.

It seems that the YaMD5 implementation of R. Hill's answer is the fastest.

How to get every first element in 2 dimensional list

use zip

columns = zip(*rows) #transpose rows to columns
print columns[0] #print the first column
#you can also do more with the columns
print columns[1] # or print the second column
columns.append([7,7,7]) #add a new column to the end
backToRows = zip(*columns) # now we are back to rows with a new column
print backToRows

you can also use numpy

a = numpy.array(a)
print a[:,0]

Edit: zip object is not subscriptable. It need to be converted to list to access as list:

column = list(zip(*row))

Finding all objects that have a given property inside a collection

you can search item from a list as follows function. good luck!

int _searchList(List<T> list,T item) {
int idx = -1;
idx = Collections.binarySearch(list,item,
        new Comparator<T>() {
            public int compare(Titm1,
                    Titm2) {

                // key1
                if (itm1.key1.compareTo(itm2.key1) != 0) {
                    return itm1.key2.compareTo(itm2.key2);
                }

                // key2
                return itm1.key2
                        .compareTo(itm2.key2);
            }
        });

return idx;

}

Force Java timezone as GMT/UTC

Also if you can set JVM timezone this way

System.setProperty("user.timezone", "EST");

or -Duser.timezone=GMT in the JVM args.

How to migrate GIT repository from one server to a new one

Should be as simple as:

git remote set-url origin git://new.url.here

This way you keep the name origin for your new repo - then push to the new repo the old one as detailed in the other answers. Supposing you work alone and you have a local repo you want to mirror with all your cruft in it, you might as well (from inside your local repo)

git push origin --mirror # origin points to your new repo

but see Is "git push --mirror" sufficient for backing up my repository? (in all don't use --mirror but once).

Write a file in UTF-8 using FileWriter (Java)?

use OutputStream instead of FileWriter to set encoding type

// file is your File object where you want to write you data 
OutputStream outputStream = new FileOutputStream(file);
OutputStreamWriter outputStreamWriter = new OutputStreamWriter(outputStream, "UTF-8");
outputStreamWriter.write(json); // json is your data 
outputStreamWriter.flush();
outputStreamWriter.close();

Comparing two columns, and returning a specific adjacent cell in Excel

I would advise you to swap B and C columns for the reason that I will explain. Then in D2 type: =VLOOKUP(A2, B2:C4, 2, FALSE)

Finally, copy the formula for the remaining cells.

Explanation: VLOOKUP will first find the value of A2 in the range B2 to C4 (second argument). NOTE: VLOOKUP always searches the first column in this range. This is the reason why you have to swap the two columns before doing anything.

Once the exact match is found, it will return the value in the adjacent cell (third argument).

This means that, if you put 1 as the third argument, the function will return the value in the first column of the range (which will be the same value you were looking for). If you put 2, it will return the value from the second column in the range (the value in the adjacent cell-RIGHT SIDE of the found value).

FALSE indicates that you are finding the exact match. If you put TRUE, you will be searching for the approximate match.

Check if input is integer type in C

Just check is your number has any difference with float version of it, or not.

float num; 
scanf("%f",&num);

if(num != (int)num) {
    printf("it's not an integer");
    return;
}

shell script. how to extract string using regular expressions

One way would be with sed. For example:

echo $name | sed -e 's?http://www\.??'

Normally the sed regular expressions are delimited by `/', but you can use '?' since you're searching for '/'. Here's another bash trick. @DigitalTrauma's answer reminded me that I ought to suggest it. It's similar:

echo ${name#http://www.}

(DigitalTrauma also gets credit for reminding me that the "http://" needs to be handled.)

Your configuration specifies to merge with the <branch name> from the remote, but no such ref was fetched.?

I was facing the same issue where my current branch was dev and I was checking out to MR branch and doing git pull thereafter. An easy workaround that I took was I created a new folder for MR Branch and did git pull there followed by git clone.

So basically I maintained different folders for pushing code to different branch.

Find records from one table which don't exist in another

The code below would be a bit more efficient than the answers presented above when dealing with larger datasets.

SELECT * FROM Call WHERE 
NOT EXISTS (SELECT 'x' FROM Phone_book where 
Phone_book.phone_number = Call.phone_number)

Display array values in PHP

Other option:

$lijst=array(6,4,7,2,1,8,9,5,0,3);
for($i=0;$i<10;$i++){
echo $lijst[$i];
echo "<br>";
}

Passing Javascript variable to <a href >

put id attribute on anchor element

<a id="link2">

set href attribute on page load event:

(function() {
    var scrt_var = 10;
    var strLink = "2.html&Key=" + scrt_var;
    document.getElementById("link2").setAttribute("href",strLink);
})();

HTTP Status 500 - Error instantiating servlet class pkg.coreServlet

Make sure the following:

  1. Proper "war" file structure i.e. WEB-INF & META-INF
  2. "web.xml" file is setup correct.
  3. Last and important: private static final long serialVersionUID = 1L; should be there in your class (<servlet-class>MyClass</servlet-class>).

How to fix: "UnicodeDecodeError: 'ascii' codec can't decode byte"

Here is my solution, just add the encoding. with open(file, encoding='utf8') as f

And because reading glove file will take a long time, I recommend to the glove file to a numpy file. When netx time you read the embedding weights, it will save your time.

import numpy as np
from tqdm import tqdm


def load_glove(file):
    """Loads GloVe vectors in numpy array.
    Args:
        file (str): a path to a glove file.
    Return:
        dict: a dict of numpy arrays.
    """
    embeddings_index = {}
    with open(file, encoding='utf8') as f:
        for i, line in tqdm(enumerate(f)):
            values = line.split()
            word = ''.join(values[:-300])
            coefs = np.asarray(values[-300:], dtype='float32')
            embeddings_index[word] = coefs

    return embeddings_index

# EMBEDDING_PATH = '../embedding_weights/glove.840B.300d.txt'
EMBEDDING_PATH = 'glove.840B.300d.txt'
embeddings = load_glove(EMBEDDING_PATH)

np.save('glove_embeddings.npy', embeddings) 

Gist link: https://gist.github.com/BrambleXu/634a844cdd3cd04bb2e3ba3c83aef227

Print number of keys in Redis

WARNING: Do not run this on a production machine.

On a Linux box:

redis-cli KEYS "*" | wc -l

Note: As mentioned in comments below, this is an O(N) operation, so on a large DB with many keys you should not use this. For smaller deployments, it should be fine.

How to declare an array of strings in C++?

Here's an example:

#include <iostream>
#include <string>
#include <vector>
#include <iterator>

int main() {
    const char* const list[] = {"zip", "zam", "bam"};
    const size_t len = sizeof(list) / sizeof(list[0]);

    for (size_t i = 0; i < len; ++i)
        std::cout << list[i] << "\n";

    const std::vector<string> v(list, list + len);
    std::copy(v.begin(), v.end(), std::ostream_iterator<string>(std::cout, "\n"));
}

how to find host name from IP with out login to the host

python -c "import socket;print(socket.gethostbyaddr('127.0.0.1'))"

if you just need the name, no additional info, add [0] at the end:

python -c "import socket;print(socket.gethostbyaddr('8.8.8.8'))[0]"

How to calculate an angle from three points?

my angle demo program

Recently, I too have the same problem... In Delphi It's very similar to Objective-C.

procedure TForm1.FormPaint(Sender: TObject);
var ARect: TRect;
    AWidth, AHeight: Integer;
    ABasePoint: TPoint;
    AAngle: Extended;
begin
  FCenter := Point(Width div 2, Height div 2);
  AWidth := Width div 4;
  AHeight := Height div 4;
  ABasePoint := Point(FCenter.X+AWidth, FCenter.Y);
  ARect := Rect(Point(FCenter.X - AWidth, FCenter.Y - AHeight),
    Point(FCenter.X + AWidth, FCenter.Y + AHeight));
  AAngle := ArcTan2(ClickPoint.Y-Center.Y, ClickPoint.X-Center.X) * 180 / pi;
  AngleLabel.Caption := Format('Angle is %5.2f', [AAngle]);
  Canvas.Ellipse(ARect);
  Canvas.MoveTo(FCenter.X, FCenter.Y);
  Canvas.LineTo(FClickPoint.X, FClickPoint.Y);
  Canvas.MoveTo(FCenter.X, FCenter.Y);
  Canvas.LineTo(ABasePoint.X, ABasePoint.Y);
end;

How to create a dynamic array of integers

Since C++11, there's a safe alternative to new[] and delete[] which is zero-overhead unlike std::vector:

std::unique_ptr<int[]> array(new int[size]);

In C++14:

auto array = std::make_unique<int[]>(size);

Both of the above rely on the same header file, #include <memory>

Make div (height) occupy parent remaining height

Expanding the #down child to fill the remaining space of #container can be accomplished in various ways depending on the browser support you wish to achieve and whether or not #up has a defined height.

Samples

_x000D_
_x000D_
.container {_x000D_
  width: 100px;_x000D_
  height: 300px;_x000D_
  border: 1px solid red;_x000D_
  float: left;_x000D_
}_x000D_
.up {_x000D_
  background: green;_x000D_
}_x000D_
.down {_x000D_
  background: pink;_x000D_
}_x000D_
.grid.container {_x000D_
  display: grid;_x000D_
  grid-template-rows: 100px;_x000D_
}_x000D_
.flexbox.container {_x000D_
  display: flex;_x000D_
  flex-direction: column;_x000D_
}_x000D_
.flexbox.container .down {_x000D_
  flex-grow: 1;_x000D_
}_x000D_
.calc .up {_x000D_
  height: 100px;_x000D_
}_x000D_
.calc .down {_x000D_
  height: calc(100% - 100px);_x000D_
}_x000D_
.overflow.container {_x000D_
  overflow: hidden;_x000D_
}_x000D_
.overflow .down {_x000D_
  height: 100%;_x000D_
}
_x000D_
<div class="grid container">_x000D_
  <div class="up">grid_x000D_
    <br />grid_x000D_
    <br />grid_x000D_
    <br />_x000D_
  </div>_x000D_
  <div class="down">grid_x000D_
    <br />grid_x000D_
    <br />grid_x000D_
    <br />_x000D_
  </div>_x000D_
</div>_x000D_
<div class="flexbox container">_x000D_
  <div class="up">flexbox_x000D_
    <br />flexbox_x000D_
    <br />flexbox_x000D_
    <br />_x000D_
  </div>_x000D_
  <div class="down">flexbox_x000D_
    <br />flexbox_x000D_
    <br />flexbox_x000D_
    <br />_x000D_
  </div>_x000D_
</div>_x000D_
<div class="calc container">_x000D_
  <div class="up">calc_x000D_
    <br />calc_x000D_
    <br />calc_x000D_
    <br />_x000D_
  </div>_x000D_
  <div class="down">calc_x000D_
    <br />calc_x000D_
    <br />calc_x000D_
    <br />_x000D_
  </div>_x000D_
</div>_x000D_
<div class="overflow container">_x000D_
  <div class="up">overflow_x000D_
    <br />overflow_x000D_
    <br />overflow_x000D_
    <br />_x000D_
  </div>_x000D_
  <div class="down">overflow_x000D_
    <br />overflow_x000D_
    <br />overflow_x000D_
    <br />_x000D_
  </div>_x000D_
</div>
_x000D_
_x000D_
_x000D_

Grid

CSS's grid layout offers yet another option, though it may not be as straightforward as the Flexbox model. However, it only requires styling the container element:

.container { display: grid; grid-template-rows: 100px }

The grid-template-rows defines the first row as a fixed 100px height, and the remain rows will automatically stretch to fill the remaining space.

I'm pretty sure IE11 requires -ms- prefixes, so make sure to validate the functionality in the browsers you wish to support.

Flexbox

CSS3's Flexible Box Layout Module (flexbox) is now well-supported and can be very easy to implement. Because it is flexible, it even works when #up does not have a defined height.

#container { display: flex; flex-direction: column; }
#down { flex-grow: 1; }

It's important to note that IE10 & IE11 support for some flexbox properties can be buggy, and IE9 or below has no support at all.

Calculated Height

Another easy solution is to use the CSS3 calc functional unit, as Alvaro points out in his answer, but it requires the height of the first child to be a known value:

#up { height: 100px; }
#down { height: calc( 100% - 100px ); }

It is pretty widely supported, with the only notable exceptions being <= IE8 or Safari 5 (no support) and IE9 (partial support). Some other issues include using calc in conjunction with transform or box-shadow, so be sure to test in multiple browsers if that is of concern to you.

Other Alternatives

If older support is needed, you could add height:100%; to #down will make the pink div full height, with one caveat. It will cause overflow for the container, because #up is pushing it down.

Therefore, you could add overflow: hidden; to the container to fix that.

Alternatively, if the height of #up is fixed, you could position it absolutely within the container, and add a padding-top to #down.

And, yet another option would be to use a table display:

#container { width: 300px; height: 300px; border: 1px solid red; display: table;}
#up { background: green; display: table-row; height: 0; }
#down { background: pink; display: table-row;}?

What do all of Scala's symbolic operators mean?

You can group those first according to some criteria. In this post I will just explain the underscore character and the right-arrow.

_._ contains a period. A period in Scala always indicates a method call. So left of the period you have the receiver, and right of it the message (method name). Now _ is a special symbol in Scala. There are several posts about it, for example this blog entry all use cases. Here it is an anonymous function short cut, that is it a shortcut for a function that takes one argument and invokes the method _ on it. Now _ is not a valid method, so most certainly you were seeing _._1 or something similar, that is, invoking method _._1 on the function argument. _1 to _22 are the methods of tuples which extract a particular element of a tuple. Example:

val tup = ("Hallo", 33)
tup._1 // extracts "Hallo"
tup._2 // extracts 33

Now lets assume a use case for the function application shortcut. Given a map which maps integers to strings:

val coll = Map(1 -> "Eins", 2 -> "Zwei", 3 -> "Drei")

Wooop, there is already another occurrence of a strange punctuation. The hyphen and greater-than characters, which resemble a right-hand arrow, is an operator which produces a Tuple2. So there is no difference in the outcome of writing either (1, "Eins") or 1 -> "Eins", only that the latter is easier to read, especially in a list of tuples like the map example. The -> is no magic, it is, like a few other operators, available because you have all implicit conversions in object scala.Predef in scope. The conversion which takes place here is

implicit def any2ArrowAssoc [A] (x: A): ArrowAssoc[A] 

Where ArrowAssoc has the -> method which creates the Tuple2. Thus 1 -> "Eins" is actual the call Predef.any2ArrowAssoc(1).->("Eins"). Ok. Now back to the original question with the underscore character:

// lets create a sequence from the map by returning the
// values in reverse.
coll.map(_._2.reverse) // yields List(sniE, iewZ, ierD)

The underscore here shortens the following equivalent code:

coll.map(tup => tup._2.reverse)

Note that the map method of a Map passes in the tuple of key and value to the function argument. Since we are only interested in the values (the strings), we extract them with the _2 method on the tuple.

Serializing and submitting a form with jQuery and PHP

The problem can be PHP configuration:

Please check the setting max_input_vars in the php.ini file.

Try to increase the value of this setting to 5000 as example.

max_input_vars = 5000

Then restart your web-server and try.

How can I iterate through a string and also know the index (current position)?

Like this:


    std::string s("Test string");
    std::string::iterator it = s.begin();

    //Use the iterator...
    ++it;
    //...

    std::cout << "index is: " << std::distance(s.begin(), it) << std::endl;

Getting last month's date in php

If you want to get first date of previous month , Then you can use as like following ... $prevmonth = date('M Y 1', strtotime('-1 months')); what? first date will always be 1 :D

Python: 'break' outside loop

Because break can only be used inside a loop. It is used to break out of a loop (stop the loop).

How to concatenate string variables in Bash

Bash first

As this question stand specifically for Bash, my first part of the answer would present different ways of doing this properly:

+=: Append to variable

The syntax += may be used in different ways:

Append to string var+=...

(Because I am frugal, I will only use two variables foo and a and then re-use the same in the whole answer. ;-)

a=2
a+=4
echo $a
24

Using the Stack Overflow question syntax,

foo="Hello"
foo+=" World"
echo $foo
Hello World

works fine!

Append to an integer ((var+=...))

variable a is a string, but also an integer

echo $a
24
((a+=12))
echo $a
36

Append to an array var+=(...)

Our a is also an array of only one element.

echo ${a[@]}
36

a+=(18)

echo ${a[@]}
36 18
echo ${a[0]}
36
echo ${a[1]}
18

Note that between parentheses, there is a space separated array. If you want to store a string containing spaces in your array, you have to enclose them:

a+=(one word "hello world!" )
bash: !": event not found

Hmm.. this is not a bug, but a feature... To prevent bash to try to develop !", you could:

a+=(one word "hello world"! 'hello world!' $'hello world\041')

declare -p a
declare -a a='([0]="36" [1]="18" [2]="one" [3]="word" [4]="hello world!" [5]="h
ello world!" [6]="hello world!")'

printf: Re-construct variable using the builtin command

The printf builtin command gives a powerful way of drawing string format. As this is a Bash builtin, there is a option for sending formatted string to a variable instead of printing on stdout:

echo ${a[@]}
36 18 one word hello world! hello world! hello world!

There are seven strings in this array. So we could build a formatted string containing exactly seven positional arguments:

printf -v a "%s./.%s...'%s' '%s', '%s'=='%s'=='%s'" "${a[@]}"
echo $a
36./.18...'one' 'word', 'hello world!'=='hello world!'=='hello world!'

Or we could use one argument format string which will be repeated as many argument submitted...

Note that our a is still an array! Only first element is changed!

declare -p a
declare -a a='([0]="36./.18...'\''one'\'' '\''word'\'', '\''hello world!'\''=='\
''hello world!'\''=='\''hello world!'\''" [1]="18" [2]="one" [3]="word" [4]="hel
lo world!" [5]="hello world!" [6]="hello world!")'

Under bash, when you access a variable name without specifying index, you always address first element only!

So to retrieve our seven field array, we only need to re-set 1st element:

a=36
declare -p a
declare -a a='([0]="36" [1]="18" [2]="one" [3]="word" [4]="hello world!" [5]="he
llo world!" [6]="hello world!")'

One argument format string with many argument passed to:

printf -v a[0] '<%s>\n' "${a[@]}"
echo "$a"
<36>
<18>
<one>
<word>
<hello world!>
<hello world!>
<hello world!>

Using the Stack Overflow question syntax:

foo="Hello"
printf -v foo "%s World" $foo
echo $foo
Hello World

Nota: The use of double-quotes may be useful for manipulating strings that contain spaces, tabulations and/or newlines

printf -v foo "%s World" "$foo"

Shell now

Under POSIX shell, you could not use bashisms, so there is no builtin printf.

Basically

But you could simply do:

foo="Hello"
foo="$foo World"
echo $foo
Hello World

Formatted, using forked printf

If you want to use more sophisticated constructions you have to use a fork (new child process that make the job and return the result via stdout):

foo="Hello"
foo=$(printf "%s World" "$foo")
echo $foo
Hello World

Historically, you could use backticks for retrieving result of a fork:

foo="Hello"
foo=`printf "%s World" "$foo"`
echo $foo
Hello World

But this is not easy for nesting:

foo="Today is: "
foo=$(printf "%s %s" "$foo" "$(date)")
echo $foo
Today is: Sun Aug 4 11:58:23 CEST 2013

with backticks, you have to escape inner forks with backslashes:

foo="Today is: "
foo=`printf "%s %s" "$foo" "\`date\`"`
echo $foo
Today is: Sun Aug 4 11:59:10 CEST 2013

How can I convert radians to degrees with Python?

I also like to define my own functions that take and return arguments in degrees rather than radians. I am sure there some capitalization purest who don't like my names, but I just use a capital first letter for my custom functions. The definitions and testing code are below.

#Definitions for trig functions using degrees.
def Cos(a):
    return cos(radians(a))
def Sin(a):
    return sin(radians(a))
def Tan(a):
    return tan(radians(a))
def ArcTan(a):
    return degrees(arctan(a))
def ArcSin(a):
    return degrees(arcsin(a))
def ArcCos(a):
    return degrees(arccos(a))

#Testing Code
print(Cos(90))
print(Sin(90))
print(Tan(45))
print(ArcTan(1))
print(ArcSin(1))
print(ArcCos(0))

Note that I have imported math (or numpy) into the namespace with

from math import *

Also note, that my functions are in the namespace in which they were defined. For instance,

math.Cos(45)

does not exist.

How to remove unused imports from Eclipse

Better way is just to add "save action" so when you save the project it will clear the unused import's and format the code as well if you like .

Go to Window > Preferences > Java > Editor > Save Actions

and pick what ever you want .

How to export and import environment variables in windows?

A PowerShell script based on @Mithrl's answer

# export_env.ps1
$Date = Get-Date
$DateStr = '{0:dd-MM-yyyy}' -f $Date

mkdir -Force $PWD\env_exports | Out-Null

regedit /e "$PWD\env_exports\user_env_variables[$DateStr].reg" "HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Environment"
regedit /e "$PWD\env_exports\global_env_variables[$DateStr].reg" "HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SYSTEM\CurrentControlSet\Control\Session Manager\Environment"

Difference between datetime and timestamp in sqlserver?

According to the documentation, timestamp is a synonym for rowversion - it's automatically generated and guaranteed1 to be unique. datetime isn't - it's just a data type which handles dates and times, and can be client-specified on insert etc.


1 Assuming you use it properly, of course. See comments.

How to integrate Dart into a Rails app

If you run pub build --mode=debug the build directory contains the application without symlinks. The Dart code should be retained when --mode=debug is used.

Here is some discussion going on about this topic too Dart and it's place in Rails Assets Pipeline

error LNK2001: unresolved external symbol (C++)

That means that the definition of your function is not present in your program. You forgot to add that one.cpp to your program.

What "to add" means in this case depends on your build environment and its terminology. In MSVC (since you are apparently use MSVC) you'd have to add one.cpp to the project.

In more practical terms, applicable to all typical build methodologies, when you link you program, the object file created form one.cpp is missing.

Spark - SELECT WHERE or filtering?

According to spark documentation "where() is an alias for filter()"

filter(condition) Filters rows using the given condition. where() is an alias for filter().

Parameters: condition – a Column of types.BooleanType or a string of SQL expression.

>>> df.filter(df.age > 3).collect()
[Row(age=5, name=u'Bob')]
>>> df.where(df.age == 2).collect()
[Row(age=2, name=u'Alice')]

>>> df.filter("age > 3").collect()
[Row(age=5, name=u'Bob')]
>>> df.where("age = 2").collect()
[Row(age=2, name=u'Alice')]

Ruby on Rails: How do I add placeholder text to a f.text_field?

With rails >= 3.0, you can simply use the placeholder option.

f.text_field :attr, placeholder: "placeholder text"

postgresql sequence nextval in schema

SELECT last_value, increment_by from "other_schema".id_seq;

for adding a seq to a column where the schema is not public try this.

nextval('"other_schema".id_seq'::regclass)

How should I load files into my Java application?

public byte[] loadBinaryFile (String name) {
    try {

        DataInputStream dis = new DataInputStream(new FileInputStream(name));
        byte[] theBytes = new byte[dis.available()];
        dis.read(theBytes, 0, dis.available());
        dis.close();
        return theBytes;
    } catch (IOException ex) {
    }
    return null;
} // ()

Angular 5 Button Submit On Enter Key Press

You could also use a dummy form arround it like:

<mat-card-footer>
<form (submit)="search(ref, id, forename, surname, postcode)" action="#">
  <button mat-raised-button type="submit" class="successButton" id="invSearch" title="Click to perform search." >Search</button>
</form>
</mat-card-footer>

the search function has to return false to make sure that the action doesn't get executed.
Just make sure the form is focused (should be when you have the input in the form) when you press enter.

Copying a HashMap in Java

Since this question is still unanswered and I had a similar problem, I will try to answer this. The problem (as others already mentioned) is that you just copy references to the same object and thus a modify on the copy will also modify the origin object. So what you have to to is to copy the object (your map value) itself. The far easiest way to do so is to make all your objects implementing the serializeable interface. Then serialize and deserialize your map to get a real copy. You can do this by yourself or use the apache commons SerializationUtils#clone() which you can find here: https://commons.apache.org/proper/commons-lang/javadocs/api-2.6/org/apache/commons/lang/SerializationUtils.html But be aware this is the simplest approach but it is an expensive task to serialize and deserialize a lot of objects.

How do negative margins in CSS work and why is (margin-top:-5 != margin-bottom:5)?

good points already made here, but while there is lots of information about how rendering of margins is accomplished by the browser, the why isn't quite answered yet:

"Why is margin-top:-8px not the same as margin-bottom:8px?"

what we also could ask is:

Why doesn't a positive bottom margin 'bump up' preceding elements, whereas a positive top-margin 'bumps down' following elements?

so what we see is that there is a difference in the rendering of margins depending on the side they are applied to - top (and left) margins are different from bottom (and right) ones.

things are becoming clearer when having a (simplified) look at how styles are applied by the browser: elements are rendered top-down in the viewport, starting in the top left corner (let's stick with the vertical rendering for now, keeping in mind that the horizontal one is treated the same).

consider the following html:

<div class="box1"></div>
<div class="box2"></div>
<div class="box3"></div>

analogous to their position in code, these three boxes appear stacked 'top-down' in the browser (keeping things simple, we won't consider here the order property of the css3 'flex-box' module). so, whenever styles are applied to box 3, preceding element's positions (for box 1 and 2) have already been determined, and shouldn't be altered any more for the sake of rendering speed.

now, imagine a top margin of -10px for box 3. instead of shifting up all preceding elements to gather some space, the browser will just push box 3 up, so it's rendered on top of (or underneath, depending on the z-index) any preceding elements. even if performance wasn't an issue, moving all elements up could mean shifting them out of the viewport, thus the current scrolling position would have to be altered to have everything visible again.

same applies to a bottom margin for box 3, both negative and positive: instead of influencing already evaluated elements, only a new 'starting point' for upcoming elements is determined. thus setting a positive bottom margin will push the following elements down; a negative one will push them up.

Should I use string.isEmpty() or "".equals(string)?

It doesn't really matter. "".equals(str) is more clear in my opinion.

isEmpty() returns count == 0;

Angular2 - Http POST request parameters

I was having problems with every approach using multiple parameters, but it works quite well with single object

api:

    [HttpPut]
    [Route("addfeeratevalue")]
    public object AddFeeRateValue(MyValeObject val)

angular:

var o = {ID:rateId, AMOUNT_TO: amountTo, VALUE: value};
return this.http.put('/api/ctrl/mymethod', JSON.stringify(o), this.getPutHeaders());


private getPutHeaders(){
    let headers = new Headers();
    headers.append('Content-Type', 'application/json');
    return new RequestOptions({
        headers: headers
        , withCredentials: true // optional when using windows auth
    });
}

Postgresql : Connection refused. Check that the hostname and port are correct and that the postmaster is accepting TCP/IP connections

The error you quote has nothing to do with pg_hba.conf; it's failing to connect, not failing to authorize the connection.

Do what the error message says:

Check that the hostname and port are correct and that the postmaster is accepting TCP/IP connections

You haven't shown the command that produces the error. Assuming you're connecting on localhost port 5432 (the defaults for a standard PostgreSQL install), then either:

  • PostgreSQL isn't running

  • PostgreSQL isn't listening for TCP/IP connections (listen_addresses in postgresql.conf)

  • PostgreSQL is only listening on IPv4 (0.0.0.0 or 127.0.0.1) and you're connecting on IPv6 (::1) or vice versa. This seems to be an issue on some older Mac OS X versions that have weird IPv6 socket behaviour, and on some older Windows versions.

  • PostgreSQL is listening on a different port to the one you're connecting on

  • (unlikely) there's an iptables rule blocking loopback connections

(If you are not connecting on localhost, it may also be a network firewall that's blocking TCP/IP connections, but I'm guessing you're using the defaults since you didn't say).

So ... check those:

  • ps -f -u postgres should list postgres processes

  • sudo lsof -n -u postgres |grep LISTEN or sudo netstat -ltnp | grep postgres should show the TCP/IP addresses and ports PostgreSQL is listening on

BTW, I think you must be on an old version. On my 9.3 install, the error is rather more detailed:

$ psql -h localhost -p 12345
psql: could not connect to server: Connection refused
        Is the server running on host "localhost" (::1) and accepting
        TCP/IP connections on port 12345?

Facebook Graph API v2.0+ - /me/friends returns empty, or only friends who also use my application

In Swift 4.2 and Xcode 10.1:

If you want to get the friends list from Facebook, you need to submit your app for review in Facebook. See some of the Login Permissions:

Login Permissions

Here are the two steps:

1) First your app status is must be in Live

2) Get required permissions form Facebook.

1) Enable our app status live:

  1. Go to the apps page and select your app

    https://developers.facebook.com/apps/

  2. Select status in the top right in Dashboard.

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  3. Submit privacy policy URL

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  4. Select category

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  5. Now our app is in Live status.

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One step is completed.

2) Submit our app for review:

  1. First send required requests.

    Example: user_friends, user_videos, user_posts, etc.

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  2. Second, go to the Current Request page

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    Example: user_events

  3. Submit all details

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  4. Like this submit for all requests (user_friends , user_events, user_videos, user_posts, etc.).

  5. Finally submit your app for review.

    If your review is accepted from Facebook's side, you are now eligible to read contacts, etc.

Easiest way to loop through a filtered list with VBA?

Call MyMacro()

ActiveCell.Offset(1, 0).Activate

Do Until Selection.EntireRow.Hidden = False
If Selection.EntireRow.Hidden = True Then
ActiveCell.Offset(1, 0).Activate
End If
Loop

Python: Get relative path from comparing two absolute paths

Pure Python2 w/o dep:

def relpath(cwd, path):
    """Create a relative path for path from cwd, if possible"""
    if sys.platform == "win32":
        cwd = cwd.lower()
        path = path.lower()
    _cwd = os.path.abspath(cwd).split(os.path.sep)
    _path = os.path.abspath(path).split(os.path.sep)
    eq_until_pos = None
    for i in xrange(min(len(_cwd), len(_path))):
        if _cwd[i] == _path[i]:
            eq_until_pos = i
        else:
            break
    if eq_until_pos is None:
        return path
    newpath = [".." for i in xrange(len(_cwd[eq_until_pos+1:]))]
    newpath.extend(_path[eq_until_pos+1:])
    return os.path.join(*newpath) if newpath else "."

mysql count group by having

SELECT COUNT(*) 
FROM   (SELECT COUNT(*) 
        FROM   movies 
        GROUP  BY id 
        HAVING COUNT(genre) = 4) t

JavaScript Form Submit - Confirm or Cancel Submission Dialog Box

You could use the JS confirm function.

<form onSubmit="if(!confirm('Is the form filled out correctly?')){return false;}">
  <input type="submit" />
</form>

http://jsfiddle.net/jasongennaro/DBHEz/

How to center a checkbox in a table cell?

Make sure that your <td> is not display: block;

Floating will do this, but much easier to just: display: inline;

Matching special characters and letters in regex

Try this RegEx: Matching special charecters which we use in paragraphs and alphabets

   Javascript : /^[a-zA-Z]+(([\'\,\.\-_ \/)(:][a-zA-Z_ ])?[a-zA-Z_ .]*)*$/.test(str)

                .test(str) returns boolean value if matched true and not matched false

            c# :  ^[a-zA-Z]+(([\'\,\.\-_ \/)(:][a-zA-Z_ ])?[a-zA-Z_ .]*)*$

Bootstrap date and time picker

If you are still interested in a javascript api to select both date and time data, have a look at these projects which are forks of bootstrap datepicker:

The first fork is a big refactor on the parsing/formatting codebase and besides providing all views to select date/time using mouse/touch, it also has a mask option (by default) which lets the user to quickly type the date/time based on a pre-specified format.

Android adding simple animations while setvisibility(view.Gone)

Try adding this line to the xml parent layout

 android:animateLayoutChanges="true"

Your layout will look like this

<?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8"?>
<LinearLayout xmlns:android="http://schemas.android.com/apk/res/android"
    android:layout_width="match_parent"
    android:layout_height="match_parent"
    android:animateLayoutChanges="true"
    android:longClickable="false"
    android:orientation="vertical"
    android:weightSum="16">

    .......other code here

    </LinearLayout>

How do I get the information from a meta tag with JavaScript?

function getMetaContentByName(name,content){
   var content = (content==null)?'content':content;
   return document.querySelector("meta[name='"+name+"']").getAttribute(content);
}

Used in this way:

getMetaContentByName("video");

The example on this page:

getMetaContentByName("twitter:domain");

Java: splitting a comma-separated string but ignoring commas in quotes

I was impatient and chose not to wait for answers... for reference it doesn't look that hard to do something like this (which works for my application, I don't need to worry about escaped quotes, as the stuff in quotes is limited to a few constrained forms):

final static private Pattern splitSearchPattern = Pattern.compile("[\",]"); 
private List<String> splitByCommasNotInQuotes(String s) {
    if (s == null)
        return Collections.emptyList();

    List<String> list = new ArrayList<String>();
    Matcher m = splitSearchPattern.matcher(s);
    int pos = 0;
    boolean quoteMode = false;
    while (m.find())
    {
        String sep = m.group();
        if ("\"".equals(sep))
        {
            quoteMode = !quoteMode;
        }
        else if (!quoteMode && ",".equals(sep))
        {
            int toPos = m.start(); 
            list.add(s.substring(pos, toPos));
            pos = m.end();
        }
    }
    if (pos < s.length())
        list.add(s.substring(pos));
    return list;
}

(exercise for the reader: extend to handling escaped quotes by looking for backslashes also.)

HTML image bottom alignment inside DIV container

Flexboxes can accomplish this by using align-items: flex-end; with display: flex; or display: inline-flex;

div#imageContainer {
    height: 160px;  
    align-items: flex-end;
    display: flex;

    /* This is the default value, so you only need to explicitly set it if it's already being set to something else elsewhere. */
    /*flex-direction: row;*/
}

JSFiddle example

CSS-Tricks has a good guide for flexboxes

Creating for loop until list.length

I'd try to search for the solution by google and the string Python for statement, it is as simple as that. The first link says everything. (A great forum, really, but its usage seems to look sometimes like the usage of the Microsoft understanding of all their GUI products' benefits: windows inside, idiots outside.)

How to do select from where x is equal to multiple values?

Put parentheses around the "OR"s:

SELECT ads.*, location.county 
FROM ads
LEFT JOIN location ON location.county = ads.county_id
WHERE ads.published = 1 
AND ads.type = 13
AND
(
    ads.county_id = 2
    OR ads.county_id = 5
    OR ads.county_id = 7
    OR ads.county_id = 9
)

Or even better, use IN:

SELECT ads.*, location.county 
FROM ads
LEFT JOIN location ON location.county = ads.county_id
WHERE ads.published = 1 
AND ads.type = 13
AND ads.county_id IN (2, 5, 7, 9)

How to make a select with array contains value clause in psql

Note that this may also work:

SELECT * FROM table WHERE s=ANY(array)

How to retrieve a module's path?

import a_module
print(a_module.__file__)

Will actually give you the path to the .pyc file that was loaded, at least on Mac OS X. So I guess you can do:

import os
path = os.path.abspath(a_module.__file__)

You can also try:

path = os.path.dirname(a_module.__file__)

To get the module's directory.

"Please provide a valid cache path" error in laravel

Ensure the below folders in storage directory:

  • logs
  • framework
  • framework/cache
  • framework/cache/data
  • framework/sessions
  • framework/testing
  • framework/views

Below is a command-line snippet that does for you

cd storage
mkdir logs
mkdir framework
mkdir framework/cache && framework/cache/data
mkdir framework/sessions
mkdir framework/testing
mkdir framework/views
chgrp -R www-data ../storage
chown -R www-data ../storage

Oracle date format picture ends before converting entire input string

you need to alter session

you can try before insert

 sql : alter session set nls_date_format = 'YYYY-MM-DD HH24:MI:SS'

Git and nasty "error: cannot lock existing info/refs fatal"

What worked for me was:

  1. Remove .git/logs/refs/remotes/origin/branch
  2. Remove .git/refs/remotes/origin/branch
  3. Run git gc --prune=now

Instagram API - How can I retrieve the list of people a user is following on Instagram

You can use the following Instagram API Endpoint to get a list of people a user is following.

https://api.instagram.com/v1/users/{user-id}/follows?access_token=ACCESS-TOKEN

Here's the complete documentation for that endpoint. GET /users/user-id/follows

And here's a sample response from executing that endpoint. enter image description here

Since this endpoint required a user-id (and not user-name), depending on how you've written your API client, you might have to make a call to the /users/search endpoint with a username, and then get the user-id from the response and pass it on to the above /users/user-id/follows endpoint to get the list of followers.

IANAL, but considering it's documented in their API, and looking at the terms of use, I don't see how this wouldn't be legal to do.

Lua - Current time in milliseconds

In standard C lua, no. You will have to settle for seconds, unless you are willing to modify the lua interpreter yourself to have os.time use the resolution you want. That may be unacceptable, however, if you are writing code for other people to run on their own and not something like a web application where you have full control of the environment.

Edit: another option is to write your own small DLL in C that extends lua with a new function that would give you the values you want, and require that dll be distributed with your code to whomever is going to be using it.

How to add item to the beginning of List<T>?

Update: a better idea, set the "AppendDataBoundItems" property to true, then declare the "Choose item" declaratively. The databinding operation will add to the statically declared item.

<asp:DropDownList ID="ddl" runat="server" AppendDataBoundItems="true">
    <asp:ListItem Value="0" Text="Please choose..."></asp:ListItem>
</asp:DropDownList>

http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/system.web.ui.webcontrols.listcontrol.appenddatabounditems.aspx

-Oisin