Programs & Examples On #Refactorpro

How to make Java honor the DNS Caching Timeout?

This has obviously been fixed in newer releases (SE 6 and 7). I experience a 30 second caching time max when running the following code snippet while watching port 53 activity using tcpdump.

/**
 * http://stackoverflow.com/questions/1256556/any-way-to-make-java-honor-the-dns-caching-timeout-ttl
 *
 * Result: Java 6 distributed with Ubuntu 12.04 and Java 7 u15 downloaded from Oracle have
 * an expiry time for dns lookups of approx. 30 seconds.
 */

import java.util.*;
import java.text.*;
import java.security.*;

import java.net.InetAddress;
import java.net.UnknownHostException;
import java.io.BufferedReader;
import java.io.InputStreamReader;
import java.io.InputStream;
import java.net.URL;
import java.net.URLConnection;

public class Test {
    final static String hostname = "www.google.com";
    public static void main(String[] args) {
        // only required for Java SE 5 and lower:
        //Security.setProperty("networkaddress.cache.ttl", "30");

        System.out.println(Security.getProperty("networkaddress.cache.ttl"));
        System.out.println(System.getProperty("networkaddress.cache.ttl"));
        System.out.println(Security.getProperty("networkaddress.cache.negative.ttl"));
        System.out.println(System.getProperty("networkaddress.cache.negative.ttl"));

        while(true) {
            int i = 0;
            try {
                makeRequest();
                InetAddress inetAddress = InetAddress.getLocalHost();
                System.out.println(new Date());
                inetAddress = InetAddress.getByName(hostname);
                displayStuff(hostname, inetAddress);
            } catch (UnknownHostException e) {
                e.printStackTrace();
            }
            try {
                Thread.sleep(5L*1000L);
            } catch(Exception ex) {}
            i++;
        }
    }

    public static void displayStuff(String whichHost, InetAddress inetAddress) {
        System.out.println("Which Host:" + whichHost);
        System.out.println("Canonical Host Name:" + inetAddress.getCanonicalHostName());
        System.out.println("Host Name:" + inetAddress.getHostName());
        System.out.println("Host Address:" + inetAddress.getHostAddress());
    }

    public static void makeRequest() {
        try {
            URL url = new URL("http://"+hostname+"/");
            URLConnection conn = url.openConnection();
            conn.connect();
            InputStream is = conn.getInputStream();
            InputStreamReader ird = new InputStreamReader(is);
            BufferedReader rd = new BufferedReader(ird);
            String res;
            while((res = rd.readLine()) != null) {
                System.out.println(res);
                break;
            }
            rd.close();
        } catch(Exception ex) {
            ex.printStackTrace();
        }
    }
}

Uncaught ReferenceError: $ is not defined

In my case i forgot to include this :

 <script src ="jquery-2.1.1.js"></script>

Earlier I was including just jquery-mobile which was causing this error.

How to install ADB driver for any android device?

I have found a solution by myself. I use the PDANet tool to find the driver automatically.

http://www.junefabrics.com/android/download.php

How do I get the different parts of a Flask request's url?

another example:

request:

curl -XGET http://127.0.0.1:5000/alert/dingding/test?x=y

then:

request.method:              GET
request.url:                 http://127.0.0.1:5000/alert/dingding/test?x=y
request.base_url:            http://127.0.0.1:5000/alert/dingding/test
request.url_charset:         utf-8
request.url_root:            http://127.0.0.1:5000/
str(request.url_rule):       /alert/dingding/test
request.host_url:            http://127.0.0.1:5000/
request.host:                127.0.0.1:5000
request.script_root:
request.path:                /alert/dingding/test
request.full_path:           /alert/dingding/test?x=y

request.args:                ImmutableMultiDict([('x', 'y')])
request.args.get('x'):       y

nodeJS - How to create and read session with express

It is cumbersome to interoperate socket.io and connect sessions support. The problem is not because socket.io "hijacks" request somehow, but because certain socket.io transports (I think flashsockets) don't support cookies. I could be wrong with cookies, but my approach is the following:

  1. Implement a separate session store for socket.io that stores data in the same format as connect-redis
  2. Make connect session cookie not http-only so it's accessible from client JS
  3. Upon a socket.io connection, send session cookie over socket.io from browser to server
  4. Store the session id in a socket.io connection, and use it to access session data from redis.

Removing empty lines in Notepad++

  1. Press ctrl + h (Shortcut for replace).
  2. In the Find what zone, type ^\R ( for exact empty lines) or ^\h*\R ( for empty lines with blanks, only).
  3. Leave the Replace with zone empty.
  4. Check the Wrap around option.
  5. Select the Regular expression search mode.
  6. Click on the Replace All button.

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Free c# QR-Code generator

Generate QR Code Image in ASP.NET Using Google Chart API

Google Chart API returns an image in response to a URL GET or POST request. All the data required to create the graphic is included in the URL, including the image type and size.

var url = string.Format("http://chart.apis.google.com/chart?cht=qr&chs={1}x{2}&chl={0}", txtCode.Text, txtWidth.Text, txtHeight.Text);
                WebResponse response = default(WebResponse);
                Stream remoteStream = default(Stream);
                StreamReader readStream = default(StreamReader);
                WebRequest request = WebRequest.Create(url);
                response = request.GetResponse();
                remoteStream = response.GetResponseStream();
                readStream = new StreamReader(remoteStream);
                System.Drawing.Image img = System.Drawing.Image.FromStream(remoteStream);
                img.Save("D:/QRCode/" + txtCode.Text + ".png");
                response.Close();
                remoteStream.Close();
                readStream.Close();
                txtCode.Text = string.Empty;
                txtWidth.Text = string.Empty;
                txtHeight.Text = string.Empty;
                lblMsg.Text = "The QR Code generated successfully";

Click here for complete source code to download

Demo of application for free QR Code generator using C#

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sass :first-child not working

I think that it is better (for my expirience) to use: :first-of-type, :nth-of-type(), :last-of-type. It can be done whit a little changing of rules, but I was able to do much more than whit *-of-type, than *-child selectors.

Loop through an array of strings in Bash?

Possible first line of every Bash script/session:

say() { for line in "${@}" ; do printf "%s\n" "${line}" ; done ; }

Use e.g.:

$ aa=( 7 -4 -e ) ; say "${aa[@]}"
7
-4
-e

May consider: echo interprets -e as option here

Nginx: stat() failed (13: permission denied)

I found a work around: Moved the folder to nginx configuration folder, in my case "/etc/nginx/my-web-app". And then changed the permissions to root user "sudo chown -R root:root "my-web-app".

What is tail recursion?

To understand some of the core differences between tail-call recursion and non-tail-call recursion we can explore the .NET implementations of these techniques.

Here is an article with some examples in C#, F#, and C++\CLI: Adventures in Tail Recursion in C#, F#, and C++\CLI.

C# does not optimize for tail-call recursion whereas F# does.

The differences of principle involve loops vs. Lambda calculus. C# is designed with loops in mind whereas F# is built from the principles of Lambda calculus. For a very good (and free) book on the principles of Lambda calculus, see Structure and Interpretation of Computer Programs, by Abelson, Sussman, and Sussman.

Regarding tail calls in F#, for a very good introductory article, see Detailed Introduction to Tail Calls in F#. Finally, here is an article that covers the difference between non-tail recursion and tail-call recursion (in F#): Tail-recursion vs. non-tail recursion in F sharp.

If you want to read about some of the design differences of tail-call recursion between C# and F#, see Generating Tail-Call Opcode in C# and F#.

If you care enough to want to know what conditions prevent the C# compiler from performing tail-call optimizations, see this article: JIT CLR tail-call conditions.

Search for a particular string in Oracle clob column

select *  
from TABLE_NAME
where dbms_lob.instr(COLUMNNAME,'searchtext') > 0;

C# Creating an array of arrays

What you need to do is this:

int[] list1 = new int[4] { 1, 2, 3, 4};
int[] list2 = new int[4] { 5, 6, 7, 8};
int[] list3 = new int[4] { 1, 3, 2, 1 };
int[] list4 = new int[4] { 5, 4, 3, 2 };

int[][] lists = new int[][] {  list1 ,  list2 ,  list3 ,  list4  };

Another alternative would be to create a List<int[]> type:

List<int[]> data=new List<int[]>(){list1,list2,list3,list4};

Get last key-value pair in PHP array

Example 1:

$arr = array("a"=>"a", "5"=>"b", "c", "key"=>"d", "lastkey"=>"e");
print_r(end($arr));

Output = e


Example 2:

ARRAY without key(s)

$arr = array("a", "b", "c", "d", "e");
print_r(array_slice($arr, -1, 1, true));
// output is = array( [4] => e ) 

Example 3:

ARRAY with key(s)

$arr = array("a"=>"a", "5"=>"b", "c", "key"=>"d", "lastkey"=>"e");
print_r(array_slice($arr, -1, 1, true));
// output is = array ( [lastkey] => e ) 

Example 4:

If your array keys like : [0] [1] [2] [3] [4] ... etc. You can use this:

$arr = array("a","b","c","d","e");
$lastindex = count($arr)-1;
print_r($lastindex);

Output = 4


Example 5: But if you are not sure!

$arr = array("a"=>"a", "5"=>"b", "c", "key"=>"d", "lastkey"=>"e");
$ar_k = array_keys($arr);
$lastindex = $ar_k [ count($ar_k) - 1 ];
print_r($lastindex);

Output = lastkey


Resources:

  1. https://php.net/array_slice
  2. https://www.php.net/manual/en/function.array-keys.php
  3. https://www.php.net/manual/en/function.count.php
  4. https://www.php.net/manual/en/function.end.php

How do I create an Excel chart that pulls data from multiple sheets?

Here's some code from Excel 2010 that may work. It has a couple specifics (like filtering bad-encode characters from titles) but it was designed to create multiple multi-series graphs from 4-dimensional data having both absolute and percentage-based data. Modify it how you like:

Sub createAllGraphs()

Const chartWidth As Integer = 260
Const chartHeight As Integer = 200




If Sheets.Count = 1 Then
    Sheets.Add , Sheets(1)
    Sheets(2).Name = "AllCharts"
ElseIf Sheets("AllCharts").ChartObjects.Count > 0 Then
    Sheets("AllCharts").ChartObjects.Delete
End If
Dim c As Variant
Dim c2 As Variant
Dim cs As Object
Set cs = Sheets("AllCharts")
Dim s As Object
Set s = Sheets(1)

Dim i As Integer


Dim chartX As Integer
Dim chartY As Integer

Dim r As Integer
r = 2

Dim curA As String
curA = s.Range("A" & r)
Dim curB As String
Dim curC As String
Dim startR As Integer
startR = 2

Dim lastTime As Boolean
lastTime = False

Do While s.Range("A" & r) <> ""

    If curC <> s.Range("C" & r) Then

        If r <> 2 Then
seriesAdd:
            c.SeriesCollection.Add s.Range("D" & startR & ":E" & (r - 1)), , False, True
            c.SeriesCollection(c.SeriesCollection.Count).Name = Replace(s.Range("C" & startR), "Â", "")
            c.SeriesCollection(c.SeriesCollection.Count).XValues = "='" & s.Name & "'!$D$" & startR & ":$D$" & (r - 1)
            c.SeriesCollection(c.SeriesCollection.Count).Values = "='" & s.Name & "'!$E$" & startR & ":$E$" & (r - 1)
            c.SeriesCollection(c.SeriesCollection.Count).HasErrorBars = True
            c.SeriesCollection(c.SeriesCollection.Count).ErrorBars.Select
            c.SeriesCollection(c.SeriesCollection.Count).ErrorBar Direction:=xlY, Include:=xlBoth, Type:=xlCustom, Amount:="='" & s.Name & "'!$F$" & startR & ":$F$" & (r - 1), minusvalues:="='" & s.Name & "'!$F$" & startR & ":$F$" & (r - 1)
            c.SeriesCollection(c.SeriesCollection.Count).ErrorBar Direction:=xlX, Include:=xlBoth, Type:=xlFixedValue, Amount:=0

            c2.SeriesCollection.Add s.Range("D" & startR & ":D" & (r - 1) & ",G" & startR & ":G" & (r - 1)), , False, True
            c2.SeriesCollection(c2.SeriesCollection.Count).Name = Replace(s.Range("C" & startR), "Â", "")
            c2.SeriesCollection(c2.SeriesCollection.Count).XValues = "='" & s.Name & "'!$D$" & startR & ":$D$" & (r - 1)
            c2.SeriesCollection(c2.SeriesCollection.Count).Values = "='" & s.Name & "'!$G$" & startR & ":$G$" & (r - 1)
            c2.SeriesCollection(c2.SeriesCollection.Count).HasErrorBars = True
            c2.SeriesCollection(c2.SeriesCollection.Count).ErrorBars.Select
            c2.SeriesCollection(c2.SeriesCollection.Count).ErrorBar Direction:=xlY, Include:=xlBoth, Type:=xlCustom, Amount:="='" & s.Name & "'!$H$" & startR & ":$H$" & (r - 1), minusvalues:="='" & s.Name & "'!$H$" & startR & ":$H$" & (r - 1)
            c2.SeriesCollection(c2.SeriesCollection.Count).ErrorBar Direction:=xlX, Include:=xlBoth, Type:=xlFixedValue, Amount:=0
            If lastTime = True Then GoTo postLoop
        End If

        If curB <> s.Range("B" & r).Value Then

            If curA <> s.Range("A" & r).Value Then
                chartX = chartX + chartWidth * 2
                chartY = 0
                curA = s.Range("A" & r)
            End If

            Set c = cs.ChartObjects.Add(chartX, chartY, chartWidth, chartHeight)
            Set c = c.Chart
            c.ChartWizard , xlXYScatterSmooth, , , , , True, Replace(s.Range("B" & r), "Â", "") & " " & s.Range("A" & r), s.Range("D1"), s.Range("E1")

            Set c2 = cs.ChartObjects.Add(chartX + chartWidth, chartY, chartWidth, chartHeight)
            Set c2 = c2.Chart
            c2.ChartWizard , xlXYScatterSmooth, , , , , True, Replace(s.Range("B" & r), "Â", "") & " " & s.Range("A" & r) & " (%)", s.Range("D1"), s.Range("G1")

            chartY = chartY + chartHeight
            curB = s.Range("B" & r)
            curC = s.Range("C" & r)
        End If

        curC = s.Range("C" & r)
        startR = r
    End If

    If s.Range("A" & r) <> "" Then oneMoreTime = False ' end the loop for real this time
    r = r + 1
Loop

lastTime = True
GoTo seriesAdd
postLoop:
cs.Activate

End Sub

"Invalid JSON primitive" in Ajax processing

Here dataTpe is "json" so, data/reqParam must be in the form of string while calling API, many as much as object as you want but at last inside $.ajax's data stringify the object.

             let person= {  name: 'john',
                age: 22
            };

           var personStr = JSON.stringify(person); 

            $.ajax({
                url: "@Url.Action("METHOD", "CONTROLLER")",
                type: "POST",
                data: JSON.stringify( { param1: personStr } ),
                contentType: "application/json;charset=utf-8",
                dataType: "json",
        success: function (response) {

            console.log("Success");

        },
        error: function (error) {
            console.log("error found",error);
        }
    });

OR,

       $.ajax({
                url: "@Url.Action("METHOD", "CONTROLLER")",
                type: "POST",
                data: personStr,
                contentType: "application/json;charset=utf-8",
                dataType: "json",
        success: function (response) {

            console.log("Success");

        },
        error: function (error) {
            console.log("error found",error);
        }
    });

Python read JSON file and modify

try this script:

with open("data.json") as f:
    data = json.load(f)
    data["id"] = 134
    json.dump(data, open("data.json", "w"), indent = 4)

the result is:

{
    "name":"mynamme",
    "id":134
}

Just the arrangement is different, You can solve the problem by converting the "data" type to a list, then arranging it as you wish, then returning it and saving the file, like that:

index_add = 0
with open("data.json") as f:
    data = json.load(f)
    data_li = [[k, v] for k, v in data.items()]
    data_li.insert(index_add, ["id", 134])
    data = {data_li[i][0]:data_li[i][1] for i in range(0, len(data_li))}
    json.dump(data, open("data.json", "w"), indent = 4)

the result is:

{
    "id":134,
    "name":"myname"
}

you can add if condition in order not to repeat the key, just change it, like that:

index_add = 0
n_k = "id"
n_v = 134
with open("data.json") as f:
    data = json.load(f)
    if n_k in data:
        data[n_k] = n_v
    else:
       data_li = [[k, v] for k, v in data.items()]
       data_li.insert(index_add, [n_k, n_v])
       data = {data_li[i][0]:data_li[i][1] for i in range(0, len(data_li))}
    json.dump(data, open("data.json", "w"), indent = 4)

Adding Git-Bash to the new Windows Terminal

This is the complete answer (GitBash + color scheme + icon + context menu)

1) Set default profile:

"globals" : 
{
    "defaultProfile" : "{00000000-0000-0000-0000-000000000001}",
    ...

2) Add GitBash profile

"profiles" : 
[
    {
        "guid": "{00000000-0000-0000-0000-000000000001}",
        "acrylicOpacity" : 0.75,
        "closeOnExit" : true,
        "colorScheme" : "GitBash",
        "commandline" : "\"%PROGRAMFILES%\\Git\\usr\\bin\\bash.exe\" --login -i -l",
        "cursorColor" : "#FFFFFF",
        "cursorShape" : "bar",
        "fontFace" : "Consolas",
        "fontSize" : 10,
        "historySize" : 9001,
        "icon" : "%PROGRAMFILES%\\Git\\mingw64\\share\\git\\git-for-windows.ico", 
        "name" : "GitBash",
        "padding" : "0, 0, 0, 0",
        "snapOnInput" : true,
        "startingDirectory" : "%USERPROFILE%",
        "useAcrylic" : false        
    },

3) Add GitBash color scheme

"schemes" : 
[
    {
        "background" : "#000000",
        "black" : "#0C0C0C",
        "blue" : "#6060ff",
        "brightBlack" : "#767676",
        "brightBlue" : "#3B78FF",
        "brightCyan" : "#61D6D6",
        "brightGreen" : "#16C60C",
        "brightPurple" : "#B4009E",
        "brightRed" : "#E74856",
        "brightWhite" : "#F2F2F2",
        "brightYellow" : "#F9F1A5",
        "cyan" : "#3A96DD",
        "foreground" : "#bfbfbf",
        "green" : "#00a400",
        "name" : "GitBash",
        "purple" : "#bf00bf",
        "red" : "#bf0000",
        "white" : "#ffffff",
        "yellow" : "#bfbf00",
        "grey" : "#bfbfbf"
    },  

4) To add a right-click context menu "Windows Terminal Here"

Windows Registry Editor Version 5.00

[HKEY_CLASSES_ROOT\Directory\Background\shell\wt]
@="Windows terminal here"
"Icon"="C:\\Users\\{YOUR_WINDOWS_USERNAME}\\AppData\\Local\\Microsoft\\WindowsApps\\{YOUR_ICONS_FOLDER}\\icon.ico"

[HKEY_CLASSES_ROOT\Directory\Background\shell\wt\command]
@="\"C:\\Users\\{YOUR_WINDOWS_USERNAME}\\AppData\\Local\\Microsoft\\WindowsApps\\wt.exe\""
  • replace {YOUR_WINDOWS_USERNAME}
  • create icon folder, put the icon there and replace {YOUR_ICONS_FOLDER}
  • save this in a whatever_filename.reg file and run it.

How to delete rows in tables that contain foreign keys to other tables

If you have multiply rows to delete and you don't want to alter the structure of your tables you can use cursor. 1-You first need to select rows to delete(in a cursor) 2-Then for each row in the cursor you delete the referencing rows and after that delete the row him self.

Ex:

--id is primary key of MainTable
    declare @id int
    set @id = 1
    declare theMain cursor for select FK from MainTable where MainID = @id
    declare @fk_Id int
    open theMain
    fetch next from theMain into @fk_Id
    while @@fetch_status=0
    begin
        --fkid is the foreign key 
        --Must delete from Main Table first then child.
        delete from MainTable where fkid = @fk_Id
        delete from ReferencingTable where fkid = @fk_Id
        fetch next from theMain into @fk_Id
    end
    close theMain
    deallocate theMain

hope is useful

window.location.reload with clear cache

In my case reload() doesn't work because the asp.net controls behavior. So, to solve this issue I've used this approach, despite seems a work around.

self.clear = function () {
    //location.reload(true); Doesn't work to IE neither Firefox;
    //also, hash tags must be removed or no postback will occur.
    window.location.href = window.location.href.replace(/#.*$/, '');
};

How to make android listview scrollable?

Listview so have inbuild scrolling capabilities. So you can not use listview inside scrollview. Encapsulate it in any other layout like LinearLayout or RelativeLayout.

Conda: Installing / upgrading directly from github

conda doesn't support this directly because it installs from binaries, whereas git install would be from source. conda build does support recipes that are built from git. On the other hand, if all you want to do is keep up-to-date with the latest and greatest of a package, using pip inside of Anaconda is just fine, or alternately, use setup.py develop against a git clone.

XPath using starts-with function

Try this

//ITEM/*[starts-with(text(),'2552')]/following-sibling::*

How to check whether a Button is clicked by using JavaScript

This will do it

<input id="button" type="submit" name="button" onclick="myFunction();" value="enter"/>

<script>
function myFunction(){
    alert("You button was pressed");
};   
</script>

How to clear PermGen space Error in tomcat

I tried the same on Intellij Ideav11.

It was not picking up the settings after checking the process using grep. In case it does not, give the mem settings for JAVA_OPTS in catalina.sh instead.

Cannot find or open the PDB file in Visual Studio C++ 2010

Working with VS 2013.
Try the following Tools -> Options -> Debugging -> Output Window -> Module Load Messages -> Off

It will disable the display of modules loaded.

importing external ".txt" file in python

You can import modules but not text files. If you want to print the content do the following:

Open a text file for reading:

f = open('words.txt', 'r')

Store content in a variable:

content = f.read()

Print content of this file:

print(content)

After you're done close a file:

f.close()

Dynamically add item to jQuery Select2 control that uses AJAX

To get dynamic tagging to work with ajax, here's what I did.

Select2 version 3.5

This is easy in version 3.5 because it offers the createSearchChoice hook. It even works for multiple select, as long as multiple: true and tags: true are set.

HTML

<input type="hidden" name="locations" value="Whistler, BC" />

JS

$('input[name="locations"]').select2({
  tags: true,
  multiple: true,
  createSearchChoice: function(term, data) {
    if (!data.length)
      return { id: term, text: term };
    },
  ajax: {
    url: '/api/v1.1/locations',
    dataType: 'json'
  }
});

The idea here is to use select2's createSearchChoice hook which passes you both the term that the user entered and the ajax response (as data). If ajax returns an empty list, then tell select2 to offer the user-entered term as an option.

Demo: https://johnny.netlify.com/select2-examples/version3


Select2 version 4.X

Version 4.X doesn't have a createSearchChoice hook anymore, but here's how I did the same thing.

HTML

  <select name="locations" multiple>
    <option value="Whistler, BC" selected>Whistler, BC</option>
  </select>

JS

$('select[name="locations"]').select2({
  ajax: {
    url: '/api/v1.1/locations',
    dataType: 'json',
    data: function(params) {
      this.data('term', params.term);
      return params;
    },
    processResults: function(data) {
      if (data.length)
        return {
          results: data
        };
      else
        return {
          results: [{ id: this.$element.data('term'), text: this.$element.data('term') }]
        };
    }
  }
});

The ideas is to stash the term that the user typed into jQuery's data store inside select2's data hook. Then in select2's processResults hook, I check if the ajax response is empty. If it is, I grab the stashed term that the user typed and return it as an option to select2.

Demo: https://johnny.netlify.com/select2-examples/version4

ASP MVC href to a controller/view

Try the following:

<a asp-controller="Users" asp-action="Index"></a>

(Valid for ASP.NET 5 and MVC 6)

R dates "origin" must be supplied

So generally this has been solved, but you might get this error message because the date you use is not in the correct format.

I know this is an old post, but whenever I run this I get NA all the way down my date column. My dates are in this format 20150521 – NealC Jun 5 '15 at 16:06

If you have dates of this format just check the format of your dates with:

str(sides$date)

If the format is not a character, then convert it:

as.character(sides$date)

For as.Date, you won't need an origin any longer, because this is supplied for numeric values only. Thus you can use (assuming you have the format of NealC):

as.Date(as.character(sides$date),format="%Y%m%d")

I hope this might help some of you.

Request redirect to /Account/Login?ReturnUrl=%2f since MVC 3 install on server

Drezus - you solved it for me. Thanks so much.

In your AccountController, login should look like this:

    [AllowAnonymous]
    public ActionResult Login(string returnUrl)
    {
        ViewBag.ReturnUrl = returnUrl;
        return View();
    }

Float right and position absolute doesn't work together

Perhaps you should divide your content like such using floats:

<div style="overflow: auto;">
    <div style="float: left; width: 600px;">
        Here is my content!
    </div>
    <div style="float: right; width: 300px;">
        Here is my sidebar!
    </div>
</div>

Notice the overflow: auto;, this is to ensure that you have some height to your container. Floating things takes them out of the DOM, to ensure that your elements below don't overlap your wandering floats, set a container div to have an overflow: auto (or overflow: hidden) to ensure that floats are accounted for when drawing your height. Check out more information on floats and how to use them here.

async at console app in C#?

Here is the simplest way to do this

static void Main(string[] args)
{
    Task t = MainAsync(args);
    t.Wait();
}

static async Task MainAsync(string[] args)
{
    await ...
}

xlsxwriter: is there a way to open an existing worksheet in my workbook?

You can use the workbook.get_worksheet_by_name() feature: https://xlsxwriter.readthedocs.io/workbook.html#get_worksheet_by_name

According to https://xlsxwriter.readthedocs.io/changes.html the feature has been added on May 13, 2016.

"Release 0.8.7 - May 13 2016

-Fix for issue when inserting read-only images on Windows. Issue #352.

-Added get_worksheet_by_name() method to allow the retrieval of a worksheet from a workbook via its name.

-Fixed issue where internal file creation and modification dates were in the local timezone instead of UTC."

C#: Converting byte array to string and printing out to console

I was in a predicament where I had a signed byte array (sbyte[]) as input to a Test class and I wanted to replace it with a normal byte array (byte[]) for simplicity. I arrived here from a Google search but Tom's answer wasn't useful to me.

I wrote a helper method to print out the initializer of a given byte[]:

public void PrintByteArray(byte[] bytes)
{
    var sb = new StringBuilder("new byte[] { ");
    foreach (var b in bytes)
    {
        sb.Append(b + ", ");
    }
    sb.Append("}");
    Console.WriteLine(sb.ToString());
}

You can use it like this:

var signedBytes = new sbyte[] { 1, 2, 3, -1, -2, -3, 127, -128, 0, };
var unsignedBytes = UnsignedBytesFromSignedBytes(signedBytes);
PrintByteArray(unsignedBytes);
// output:
// new byte[] { 1, 2, 3, 255, 254, 253, 127, 128, 0, }

The ouput is valid C# which can then just be copied into your code.

And just for completeness, here is the UnsignedBytesFromSignedBytes method:

// http://stackoverflow.com/a/829994/346561
public static byte[] UnsignedBytesFromSignedBytes(sbyte[] signed)
{
    var unsigned = new byte[signed.Length];
    Buffer.BlockCopy(signed, 0, unsigned, 0, signed.Length);
    return unsigned;
}

Windows batch: formatted date into variable

I set an environment variable to the value in the numeric format desired by doing this:

FOR /F "tokens=1,2,3,4 delims=/ " %a IN ('echo %date%') DO set DateRun=%d-%b-%c

How can I check the system version of Android?

if (Build.VERSION.SDK_INT >= ApiHelper.VERSION_CODES.HONEYCOMB_MR2) {
//do anything you  like.
}

Reading Space separated input in python

the_string = raw_input()
name, age = the_string.split()

Why do symbols like apostrophes and hyphens get replaced with black diamonds on my website?

What I really don't understand with this kind of problem is that the html page I ran as a local file displayed perfectly in Chromium browser, but as soon as I uploaded it to my website, it produced this error.

Even stranger, it displayed perfectly in the Vivaldi browser whether displayed from the local or remote file.

Is this something to do with the way Chromium reads the character set? But why only with a remote file?

I fixed the problem by retyping the text in a simple text editor and making sure the single quote mark was the one I used.

alternatives to REPLACE on a text or ntext datatype

Assuming SQL Server 2000, the following StackOverflow question should address your problem.

If using SQL Server 2005/2008, you can use the following code (taken from here):

select cast(replace(cast(myntext as nvarchar(max)),'find','replace') as ntext)
from myntexttable

LINQ - Left Join, Group By, and Count

 (from p in context.ParentTable     
  join c in context.ChildTable 
    on p.ParentId equals c.ChildParentId into j1 
  from j2 in j1.DefaultIfEmpty() 
     select new { 
          ParentId = p.ParentId,
         ChildId = j2==null? 0 : 1 
      })
   .GroupBy(o=>o.ParentId) 
   .Select(o=>new { ParentId = o.key, Count = o.Sum(p=>p.ChildId) })

How to format a date using ng-model?

I'm using jquery datepicker to select date. My directive read date and convert it to json date format (in milliseconds) store in ng-model data while display formatted date.and reverse if ng-model have json date (in millisecond) my formatter display in my format as jquery datepicker.

Html Code:

<input type="text" jqdatepicker  ng-model="course.launchDate" required readonly />

Angular Directive:

myModule.directive('jqdatepicker', function ($filter) {
    return {
        restrict: 'A',
        require: 'ngModel',
         link: function (scope, element, attrs, ngModelCtrl) {
            element.datepicker({
                dateFormat: 'dd/mm/yy',
                onSelect: function (date) {   
                    var ar=date.split("/");
                    date=new Date(ar[2]+"-"+ar[1]+"-"+ar[0]);
                    ngModelCtrl.$setViewValue(date.getTime());            
                    scope.$apply();
                }
            });
            ngModelCtrl.$formatters.unshift(function(v) {
            return $filter('date')(v,'dd/MM/yyyy'); 
            });

        }
    };
});

How to iterate through LinkedHashMap with lists as values

I'm assuming you have a typo in your get statement and that it should be test1.get(key). If so, I'm not sure why it is not returning an ArrayList unless you are not putting in the correct type in the map in the first place.

This should work:

// populate the map
Map<String, List<String>> test1 = new LinkedHashMap<String, List<String>>();
test1.put("key1", new ArrayList<String>());
test1.put("key2", new ArrayList<String>());

// loop over the set using an entry set
for( Map.Entry<String,List<String>> entry : test1.entrySet()){
  String key = entry.getKey();
  List<String>value = entry.getValue();
  // ...
}

or you can use

// second alternative - loop over the keys and get the value per key
for( String key : test1.keySet() ){
  List<String>value = test1.get(key);
  // ...
}

You should use the interface names when declaring your vars (and in your generic params) unless you have a very specific reason why you are defining using the implementation.

MySQL - force not to use cache for testing speed of query

You can also run the follow command to reset the query cache.

RESET QUERY CACHE

Can anyone confirm that phpMyAdmin AllowNoPassword works with MySQL databases?

According to this: https://www.simplified.guide/phpmyadmin/enable-login-without-password

This $cfg['Servers'][$i]['AllowNoPassword'] = TRUE; should be added twice in /etc/phpmyadmin/config.inc.php

if (!empty($dbname)) {
    // other configuration options
    $cfg['Servers'][$i]['AllowNoPassword'] = TRUE;
    // it should be placed before the following line
    $i++;
}

// other configuration options
$cfg['Servers'][$i]['AllowNoPassword'] = TRUE;

count number of lines in terminal output

Piping to 'wc' could be better IF the last line ends with a newline (I know that in this case, it will)
However, if the last line does not end with a newline 'wc -l' gives back a false result.

For example:

$ echo "asd" | wc -l

Will return 1 and

$ echo -n "asd" | wc -l

Will return 0


So what I often use is grep <anything> -c

$ echo "asd" | grep "^.*$" -c
1

$ echo -n "asd" | grep "^.*$" -c
1

This is closer to reality than what wc -l will return.

What's the difference between ISO 8601 and RFC 3339 Date Formats?

There are lots of differences between ISO 8601 and RFC 3339. Here is some examples to give you an idea:

2020-12-09T16:09:53+00:00 is a date time value that is compliant both both standards.

2020-12-09 16:09:53+00:00 uses a space to separate the date and time. This is allowed by RFC 3339 but not allowed by ISO 8601.

2020-12-09T16:09:53-00:00 has a negative sign in the time offset. This is allowed by RFC 3339 but not allowed by ISO 8601.

20201209T160953Z omits the hyphens. This is allowed by ISO 8601 but not allowed by RFC 3339.

ISO 8601 allows for things like ordinal dates such as 2020-344 which represents the 344th day of year 2020. RFC 3339 doesn't allow for that.

For your questions:

Is one just an extension?

No. As shown above each standard supports syntax variations not supported by the the other standard. So one syntax is not a superset or an extension of the other.

Should I use one over the other?

Of course this depends on your scenario. A safe general strategy is to generate date time strings that are valid by both standards.

Another good general strategy is to use an existing standard library for parsing/formatting date time strings and not write custom implementations unless you are addressing a genuinely custom scenario.

Do I really need to care that bad?

Well, that's up to you. Most regular developers who deal with date time strings should have a high level understanding but don't need to dive into the details.

How is the java memory pool divided?

The Heap is divided into young and old generations as follows :

Young Generation: It is a place where an object lived for a short period and it is divided into two spaces:

  • Eden Space: When object created using new keyword memory allocated on this space.
  • Survivor Space (S0 and S1): This is the pool which contains objects which have survived after minor java garbage collection from Eden space.

Old Generation: This pool basically contains tenured and virtual (reserved) space and will be holding those objects which survived after garbage collection from the Young Generation.

  • Tenured Space: This memory pool contains objects which survived after multiple garbage collection means an object which survived after garbage collection from Survivor space.

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Explanation

Let's imagine our application has just started.

So at this point all three of these spaces are empty (Eden, S0, S1).

Whenever a new object is created it is placed in the Eden space.

When the Eden space gets full then the garbage collection process (minor GC) will take place on the Eden space and any surviving objects are moved into S0.

Our application then continues running add new objects are created in the Eden space the next time that the garbage collection process runs it looks at everything in the Eden space and in S0 and any objects that survive get moved into S1.

PS: Based on the configuration that how much time object should survive in Survivor space, the object may also move back and forth to S0 and S1 and then reaching the threshold objects will be moved to old generation heap space.

Iterating Through a Dictionary in Swift

let dict : [String : Any] = ["FirstName" : "Maninder" , "LastName" : "Singh" , "Address" : "Chandigarh"]
dict.forEach { print($0) }

Result would be

("FirstName", "Maninder") ("LastName", "Singh") ("Address", "Chandigarh")

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

To lessen the impact on code readabilty, I'd suggest:

v = 1d* s/t;

Twitter Bootstrap Datepicker within modal window

I think is better to change the logical function in the plugin. Around row 552 i change this:

            var zIndex = parseInt(this.element.parents().filter(function(){
                return $(this).css('z-index') !== 'auto';
            }).first().css('z-index'))+10;

into this:

            var zIndex = parseInt(this.element.parents().filter(function(){
                return $(this).css('z-index') !== 'auto';
            }).first().css('z-index')) + 10 * 1000; //think is enought

Passing a callback function to another class

You could change your code in this way:

public delegate void CallbackHandler(string str);

public class ServerRequest
{
    public void DoRequest(string request, CallbackHandler callback)
    {
        // do stuff....
        callback("asdf");
    }
}

HashMap(key: String, value: ArrayList) returns an Object instead of ArrayList?

Using generics (as in the above answers) is your best bet here. I've just double checked and:

test.put("test", arraylistone); 
ArrayList current = new ArrayList();
current = (ArrayList) test.get("test");

will work as well, through I wouldn't recommend it as the generics ensure that only the correct data is added, rather than trying to do the handling at retrieval time.

How to remove trailing and leading whitespace for user-provided input in a batch file?

I've found that all solution introduced here are not complete enough for me and does not work in one or another case.

CAUTION:

Seems the stackoverflow incorrectly handles tabulation characters (and loses other characters like \x01) in the copy-pasted code, so the below code might not work if you copy it directly by CTRL+C. Use the link at the end to directly download the scripts.

trim_var.bat:

@echo off

rem drop the output variable value
if not "%~2" == "" if not "%~1" == "%~2" set "%~2="

if not defined %~1 exit /b 0

setlocal DISABLEDELAYEDEXPANSION

rem Load and replace a value quote characters by the \x01 character.
call set "RETURN_VALUE=%%%~1:"=%%"

:TRIM_LEFT_LOOP
if not defined RETURN_VALUE exit /b 0
if not ^%RETURN_VALUE:~0,1%/ == ^ / if not ^%RETURN_VALUE:~0,1%/ == ^   / goto TRIM_RIGHT_LOOP
set "RETURN_VALUE=%RETURN_VALUE:~1%"
if not defined RETURN_VALUE exit /b 0
goto TRIM_LEFT_LOOP

:TRIM_RIGHT_LOOP
if not defined RETURN_VALUE exit /b 0
if not ^%RETURN_VALUE:~-1%/ == ^ / if not ^%RETURN_VALUE:~-1%/ == ^ / goto TRIM_RIGHT_LOOP_END
set "RETURN_VALUE=%RETURN_VALUE:~0,-1%"
goto TRIM_RIGHT_LOOP

:TRIM_RIGHT_LOOP_END
rem recode quote and exclamation characters
set "__ESC__=^"
set __QUOT__=^"
set "__EXCL__=!"
set "RETURN_VALUE=%RETURN_VALUE:!=!__EXCL__!%"
set "RETURN_VALUE=%RETURN_VALUE:^=!__ESC__!%"
set "RETURN_VALUE=%RETURN_VALUE:=!__QUOT__!%"

rem safe set
setlocal ENABLEDELAYEDEXPANSION
for /F "tokens=* delims=" %%i in ("!RETURN_VALUE!") do for /F "tokens=* delims=" %%j in ("%%i") do (
  endlocal
  endlocal
  if not "%~2" == "" (
    set "%~2=%%j"
  ) else (
    set "%~1=%%j"
  )
)

exit /b 0

echo_var.bat:

@echo off

if not defined %~1 (
  echo.%~2%~3
  exit /b 0
)

setlocal DISABLEDELAYEDEXPANSION

rem Load and replace a value quote characters by the \x01 character.
call set "RETURN_VALUE=%%%~1:"=%%"

rem recode quote and exclamation characters
set "__ESC__=^"
set __QUOT__=^"
set "__EXCL__=!"
set "RETURN_VALUE=%RETURN_VALUE:!=!__EXCL__!%"
set "RETURN_VALUE=%RETURN_VALUE:^=!__ESC__!%"
set "RETURN_VALUE=%RETURN_VALUE:=!__QUOT__!%"

rem safe echo
setlocal ENABLEDELAYEDEXPANSION
for /F "tokens=* delims=" %%i in ("!RETURN_VALUE!") do for /F "tokens=* delims=" %%j in ("%%i") do (
  endlocal
  endlocal
  echo.%~2%%j%~3
)

exit /b 0

test_trim_var.bat:

@echo off

setlocal DISABLEDELAYEDEXPANSION

set myvar1=              1 ! 2 ^| 3 ^& 4 ^^ 5 = 6 , 7 ; 8 * 9 # 0 %% 1 / 2 \ 3 ? 4 ^> 5 ^< 6 " 7             

call "trim_var.bat" myvar1 myvar2

call "echo_var.bat" myvar1 - -
call "echo_var.bat" myvar2 - -

Output:

-                        1 ! 2 | 3 & 4 ^ 5 = 6 , 7 ; 8 * 9 # 0 % 1 / 2 \ 3 ? 4 > 5 < 6 " 7               -
-1 ! 2 | 3 & 4 ^ 5 = 6 , 7 ; 8 * 9 # 0 % 1 / 2 \ 3 ? 4 > 5 < 6 " 7-

The latest implementation: https://sourceforge.net/p/contools/contools/HEAD/tree/trunk/Scripts/Tools/std/trim_var.bat

Pros:

  • Safely handles almost all specific characters like !, %, ^, ".

Cons:

  • The " character replaces by the \x01 character and might be affected by current code page (not tested).

Error: Cannot Start Container: stat /bin/sh: no such file or directory"

check your image cmd using the command docker inspect image_name . The output might be like this:

"Cmd": [
    "/bin/bash",
    "-c",
    "#(nop) ",
    "CMD [\"/bin/bash\"]"
],

So use the command docker exec -it container_id /bin/bash. If your cmd output is different like this:

"Cmd": [
    "/bin/sh",
    "-c",
    "#(nop) ",
    "CMD [\"/bin/sh\"]"
],

Use /bin/sh instead of /bin/bash in the command above.

jQuery add image inside of div tag

var img;
for (var i = 0; i < jQuery('.MulImage').length; i++) {
                var imgsrc = jQuery('.MulImage')[i];
                var CurrentImgSrc = imgsrc.src;
                img = jQuery('<img class="dynamic" style="width:100%;">');
                img.attr('src', CurrentImgSrc);
                jQuery('.YourDivClass').append(img);

            }

Using other keys for the waitKey() function of opencv

As to me, the below code does't work, when it runs,the image will step to the next quickly without your press:

import cv2
img = cv2.imread('sof.jpg') # load a dummy image
while(1):
    cv2.imshow('img',img)
    k = cv2.waitKey(33)
    if k==27:    # Esc key to stop
        break
    elif k==-1:  # normally -1 returned,so don't print it
        continue
    else:
        print k # else print its value

But this works:

def test_wait_key():
    lst_img_path = [
        '/home/xy/yy_face_head/face_det_test/111.png',
        '/home/xy/yy_face_head/face_det_test/222.png'
        #.....more path ...
    ]

    for f_path in lst_img_path:
        img = cv2.imread(f_path)
        cv2.imshow('tmp', img)
        c = cv2.waitKey(0) % 256

        if c == ord('a'):
            print "pressed a"
        else:
            print 'you press %s' % chr(c)

Output as below:

enter image description here

How do you get the width and height of a multi-dimensional array?

You could also consider using getting the indexes of last elements in each specified dimensions using this as following;

int x = ary.GetUpperBound(0);
int y = ary.GetUpperBound(1);

Keep in mind that this gets the value of index as 0-based.

assigning column names to a pandas series

If you have a pd.Series object x with index named 'Gene', you can use reset_index and supply the name argument:

df = x.reset_index(name='count')

Here's a demo:

x = pd.Series([2, 7, 1], index=['Ezh2', 'Hmgb', 'Irf1'])
x.index.name = 'Gene'

df = x.reset_index(name='count')

print(df)

   Gene  count
0  Ezh2      2
1  Hmgb      7
2  Irf1      1

Building a complete online payment gateway like Paypal

What you're talking about is becoming a payment service provider. I have been there and done that. It was a lot easier about 10 years ago than it is now, but if you have a phenomenal amount of time, money and patience available, it is still possible.

You will need to contact an acquiring bank. You didnt say what region of the world you are in, but by this I dont mean a local bank branch. Each major bank will generally have a separate card acquiring arm. So here in the UK we have (eg) Natwest bank, which uses Streamline (or Worldpay) as its acquiring arm. In total even though we have scores of major banks, they all end up using one of five or so card acquirers.

Happily, all UK card acquirers use a standard protocol for communication of authorisation requests, and end of day settlement. You will find minor quirks where some acquiring banks support some features and have slightly different syntax, but the differences are fairly minor. The UK standards are published by the Association for Payment Clearing Services (APACS) (which is now known as the UKPA). The standards are still commonly referred to as APACS 30 (authorization) and APACS 29 (settlement), but are now formally known as APACS 70 (books 1 through 7).

Although the APACS standard is widely supported across the UK (Amex and Discover accept messages in this format too) it is not used in other countries - each country has it's own - for example: Carte Bancaire in France, CartaSi in Italy, Sistema 4B in Spain, Dankort in Denmark etc. An effort is under way to unify the protocols across Europe - see EPAS.org

Communicating with the acquiring bank can be done a number of ways. Again though, it will depend on your region. In the UK (and most of Europe) we have one communications gateway that provides connectivity to all the major acquirers, they are called TNS and there are dozens of ways of communicating through them to the acquiring bank, from dialup 9600 baud modems, ISDN, HTTPS, VPN or dedicated line. Ultimately the authorisation request will be converted to X25 protocol, which is the protocol used by these acquiring banks when communicating with each other.

In summary then: it all depends on your region.

  • Contact a major bank and try to get through to their card acquiring arm.
  • Explain that you're setting up as a payment service provider, and request details on comms format for authorization requests and end of day settlement files
  • Set up a test merchant account and develop auth/settlement software and go through the accreditation process. Most acquirers help you through this process for free, but when you want to register as an accredited PSP some will request a fee.
  • you will need to comply with some regulations too, for example you may need to register as a payment institution

Once you are registered and accredited you'll then be able to accept customers and set up merchant accounts on behalf of the bank/s you're accredited against (bearing in mind that each acquirer will generally support multiple banks). Rinse and repeat with other acquirers as you see necessary.

Beyond that you have lots of other issues, mainly dealing with PCI-DSS. Thats a whole other topic and there are already some q&a's on this site regarding that. Like I say, its a phenomenal undertaking - most likely a multi-year project even for a reasonably sized team, but its certainly possible.

Simplest way to detect a pinch

Hammer.js all the way! It handles "transforms" (pinches). http://eightmedia.github.com/hammer.js/

But if you wish to implement it youself, i think that Jeffrey's answer is pretty solid.

How to get summary statistics by group

after 5 long years I'm sure not much attention is going to be received for this answer, But still to make all options complete, here is the one with data.table

library(data.table)
setDT(df)[ , list(mean_gr = mean(dt), sum_gr = sum(dt)) , by = .(group)]
#   group mean_gr sum_gr
#1:     A      61    244
#2:     B      66    396
#3:     C      68    408
#4:     D      61    488 

How can I get all the request headers in Django?

According to the documentation request.META is a "standard Python dictionary containing all available HTTP headers". If you want to get all the headers you can simply iterate through the dictionary.

Which part of your code to do this depends on your exact requirement. Anyplace that has access to request should do.

Update

I need to access it in a Middleware class but when i iterate over it, I get a lot of values apart from HTTP headers.

From the documentation:

With the exception of CONTENT_LENGTH and CONTENT_TYPE, as given above, any HTTP headers in the request are converted to META keys by converting all characters to uppercase, replacing any hyphens with underscores and adding an HTTP_ prefix to the name.

(Emphasis added)

To get the HTTP headers alone, just filter by keys prefixed with HTTP_.

Update 2

could you show me how I could build a dictionary of headers by filtering out all the keys from the request.META variable which begin with a HTTP_ and strip out the leading HTTP_ part.

Sure. Here is one way to do it.

import re
regex = re.compile('^HTTP_')
dict((regex.sub('', header), value) for (header, value) 
       in request.META.items() if header.startswith('HTTP_'))

Best HTML5 markup for sidebar

Look at the following example, from the HTML5 specification about aside.

It makes clear that what currently is recommended (October 2012) it is to group widgets inside aside elements. Then, each widget is whatever best represents it, a nav, a serie of blockquotes, etc

The following extract shows how aside can be used for blogrolls and other side content on a blog:

<body>
 <header>
  <h1>My wonderful blog</h1>
  <p>My tagline</p>
 </header>
 <aside>
  <!-- this aside contains two sections that are tangentially related
  to the page, namely, links to other blogs, and links to blog posts
  from this blog -->
  <nav>
   <h1>My blogroll</h1>
   <ul>
    <li><a href="http://blog.example.com/">Example Blog</a>
   </ul>
  </nav>
  <nav>
   <h1>Archives</h1>
   <ol reversed>
    <li><a href="/last-post">My last post</a>
    <li><a href="/first-post">My first post</a>
   </ol>
  </nav>
 </aside>
 <aside>
  <!-- this aside is tangentially related to the page also, it
  contains twitter messages from the blog author -->
  <h1>Twitter Feed</h1>
  <blockquote cite="http://twitter.example.net/t31351234">
   I'm on vacation, writing my blog.
  </blockquote>
  <blockquote cite="http://twitter.example.net/t31219752">
   I'm going to go on vacation soon.
  </blockquote>
 </aside>
 <article>
  <!-- this is a blog post -->
  <h1>My last post</h1>
  <p>This is my last post.</p>
  <footer>
   <p><a href="/last-post" rel=bookmark>Permalink</a>
  </footer>
 </article>
 <article>
  <!-- this is also a blog post -->
  <h1>My first post</h1>
  <p>This is my first post.</p>
  <aside>
   <!-- this aside is about the blog post, since it's inside the
   <article> element; it would be wrong, for instance, to put the
   blogroll here, since the blogroll isn't really related to this post
   specifically, only to the page as a whole -->
   <h1>Posting</h1>
   <p>While I'm thinking about it, I wanted to say something about
   posting. Posting is fun!</p>
  </aside>
  <footer>
   <p><a href="/first-post" rel=bookmark>Permalink</a>
  </footer>
 </article>
 <footer>
  <nav>
   <a href="/archives">Archives</a> —
   <a href="/about">About me</a> —
   <a href="/copyright">Copyright</a>
  </nav>
 </footer>
</body>

Is there a way to pass javascript variables in url?

Do you mean include javascript variable values in the query string of the URL?

Yes:

 window.location.href = "http://www.gorissen.info/Pierre/maps/googleMapLocation.php?lat="+var1+"&lon="+var2+"&setLatLon="+varEtc;

Jackson - best way writes a java list to a json array

I can't find toByteArray() as @atrioom said, so I use StringWriter, please try:

public void writeListToJsonArray() throws IOException {  

    //your list
    final List<Event> list = new ArrayList<Event>(2);
    list.add(new Event("a1","a2"));
    list.add(new Event("b1","b2"));


    final StringWriter sw =new StringWriter();
    final ObjectMapper mapper = new ObjectMapper();
    mapper.writeValue(sw, list);
    System.out.println(sw.toString());//use toString() to convert to JSON

    sw.close(); 
}

Or just use ObjectMapper#writeValueAsString:

    final ObjectMapper mapper = new ObjectMapper();
    System.out.println(mapper.writeValueAsString(list));

When to use static methods

Static methods are the methods in Java that can be called without creating an object of class. It is belong to the class.

We use static method when we no need to be invoked method using instance.

How to get folder path from file path with CMD

This was put together with some edited example cmd

@Echo off

Echo ********************************************************
Echo *  ZIP Folder Backup using 7Zip                        *
Echo *  Usage: Source Folder, Destination Drive Letter      *
Echo *  Source Folder will be Zipped to Destination\Backups *
Echo ********************************************************
Echo off

set year=%date:~-4,4%
set month=%date:~-10,2%
set day=%date:~-7,2%
set hour=%time:~-11,2%
set hour=%hour: =0%
set min=%time:~-8,2%

SET /P src=Source Folder to Backup: 
SET source=%src%\*
call :file_name_from_path nam %src%
SET /P destination=Backup Drive Letter:
set zipfilename=%nam%.%year%.%month%.%day%.%hour%%min%.zip
set dest="%destination%:\Backups\%zipfilename%"


set AppExePath="%ProgramFiles(x86)%\7-Zip\7z.exe"
if not exist %AppExePath% set AppExePath="%ProgramFiles%\7-Zip\7z.exe"

if not exist %AppExePath% goto notInstalled

echo Backing up %source% to %dest%

%AppExePath% a -r -tzip %dest% %source%

echo %source% backed up to %dest% is complete!

TIMEOUT 5

exit;

:file_name_from_path <resultVar> <pathVar>
(
    set "%~1=%~nx2"
    exit /b
)


:notInstalled

echo Can not find 7-Zip, please install it from:
echo  http://7-zip.org/

:end
PAUSE

How can I discover the "path" of an embedded resource?

I find myself forgetting how to do this every time as well so I just wrap the two one-liners that I need in a little class:

public class Utility
{
    /// <summary>
    /// Takes the full name of a resource and loads it in to a stream.
    /// </summary>
    /// <param name="resourceName">Assuming an embedded resource is a file
    /// called info.png and is located in a folder called Resources, it
    /// will be compiled in to the assembly with this fully qualified
    /// name: Full.Assembly.Name.Resources.info.png. That is the string
    /// that you should pass to this method.</param>
    /// <returns></returns>
    public static Stream GetEmbeddedResourceStream(string resourceName)
    {
        return Assembly.GetExecutingAssembly().GetManifestResourceStream(resourceName);
    }

    /// <summary>
    /// Get the list of all emdedded resources in the assembly.
    /// </summary>
    /// <returns>An array of fully qualified resource names</returns>
    public static string[] GetEmbeddedResourceNames()
    {
        return Assembly.GetExecutingAssembly().GetManifestResourceNames();
    }
}

How to use hex() without 0x in Python?

Python 3.6+:

>>> i = 240
>>> f'{i:02x}'
'f0'

Read Post Data submitted to ASP.Net Form

Read the Request.Form NameValueCollection and process your logic accordingly:

NameValueCollection nvc = Request.Form;
string userName, password;
if (!string.IsNullOrEmpty(nvc["txtUserName"]))
{
  userName = nvc["txtUserName"];
}

if (!string.IsNullOrEmpty(nvc["txtPassword"]))
{
  password = nvc["txtPassword"];
}

//Process login
CheckLogin(userName, password);

... where "txtUserName" and "txtPassword" are the Names of the controls on the posting page.

How do I do multiple CASE WHEN conditions using SQL Server 2008?

This can be an efficient way of performing different tests on a single statement

select
case colour_txt 
  when 'red' then 5 
  when 'green' then 4 
  when 'orange' then 3
else 0 
end as Pass_Flag

this only works on equality comparisons!

Select from multiple tables without a join?

If your question was this -- Select ename, dname FROM emp, dept without using joins..

Then, I would do this...

SELECT ename, (SELECT dname 
FROM dept
WHERE dept.deptno=emp.deptno)dname
FROM EMP

Output:

ENAME      DNAME
---------- --------------
SMITH      RESEARCH
ALLEN      SALES
WARD       SALES
JONES      RESEARCH
MARTIN     SALES
BLAKE      SALES
CLARK      ACCOUNTING
SCOTT      RESEARCH
KING       ACCOUNTING
TURNER     SALES
ADAMS      RESEARCH

ENAME      DNAME
---------- --------------
JAMES      SALES
FORD       RESEARCH
MILLER     ACCOUNTING

14 rows selected.

'method' object is not subscriptable. Don't know what's wrong

You need to use parentheses: myList.insert([1, 2, 3]). When you leave out the parentheses, python thinks you are trying to access myList.insert at position 1, 2, 3, because that's what brackets are used for when they are right next to a variable.

HTML5 - mp4 video does not play in IE9

Internet Explorer 9 support MPEG4 using H.264 codec. But it also required that the file can start to play as soon as it starts downloading.

Here are the very basic steps on how to make a MPEG file that works in IE9 (using avconv on Ubuntu). I spent many hours to figure that out, so I hope that it can help someone else.

  1. Convert the video to MPEG4 using H.264 codec. You don't need anything fancy, just let avconv do the job for you:

    avconv -i video.mp4 -vcodec libx264 pre_out.mp4
    
  2. This video will works on all browsers that support MPEG4, except IE9. To add support for IE9, you have to move the file info to the file header, so the browser can start playing it as soon as it starts to download it. THIS IS THE KEY FOR IE9!!!

    qt-faststart pre_out.mp4 out.mp4
    

qt-faststart is a Quicktime utilities that also support H.264/ACC file format. It is part of libav-tools package.

Close iOS Keyboard by touching anywhere using Swift

override func viewDidLoad() {
        super.viewDidLoad()

self.view.addGestureRecognizer(UITapGestureRecognizer(target: self, action: #selector(tap)))

}

func tap(sender: UITapGestureRecognizer){
        print("tapped")
        view.endEditing(true)
}

Try this,It's Working

How do I check if a string is unicode or ascii?

How to tell if an object is a unicode string or a byte string

You can use type or isinstance.

In Python 2:

>>> type(u'abc')  # Python 2 unicode string literal
<type 'unicode'>
>>> type('abc')   # Python 2 byte string literal
<type 'str'>

In Python 2, str is just a sequence of bytes. Python doesn't know what its encoding is. The unicode type is the safer way to store text. If you want to understand this more, I recommend http://farmdev.com/talks/unicode/.

In Python 3:

>>> type('abc')   # Python 3 unicode string literal
<class 'str'>
>>> type(b'abc')  # Python 3 byte string literal
<class 'bytes'>

In Python 3, str is like Python 2's unicode, and is used to store text. What was called str in Python 2 is called bytes in Python 3.


How to tell if a byte string is valid utf-8 or ascii

You can call decode. If it raises a UnicodeDecodeError exception, it wasn't valid.

>>> u_umlaut = b'\xc3\x9c'   # UTF-8 representation of the letter 'Ü'
>>> u_umlaut.decode('utf-8')
u'\xdc'
>>> u_umlaut.decode('ascii')
Traceback (most recent call last):
  File "<stdin>", line 1, in <module>
UnicodeDecodeError: 'ascii' codec can't decode byte 0xc3 in position 0: ordinal not in range(128)

Objects inside objects in javascript

var pause_menu = {
    pause_button : { someProperty : "prop1", someOther : "prop2" },
    resume_button : { resumeProp : "prop", resumeProp2 : false },
    quit_button : false
};

then:

pause_menu.pause_button.someProperty //evaluates to "prop1"

etc etc.

Regex how to match an optional character

Use

[A-Z]?

to make the letter optional. {1} is redundant. (Of course you could also write [A-Z]{0,1} which would mean the same, but that's what the ? is there for.)

You could improve your regex to

^([0-9]{5})+\s+([A-Z]?)\s+([A-Z])([0-9]{3})([0-9]{3})([A-Z]{3})([A-Z]{3})\s+([A-Z])[0-9]{3}([0-9]{4})([0-9]{2})([0-9]{2})

And, since in most regex dialects, \d is the same as [0-9]:

^(\d{5})+\s+([A-Z]?)\s+([A-Z])(\d{3})(\d{3})([A-Z]{3})([A-Z]{3})\s+([A-Z])\d{3}(\d{4})(\d{2})(\d{2})

But: do you really need 11 separate capturing groups? And if so, why don't you capture the fourth-to-last group of digits?

Recursively look for files with a specific extension

find $directory -type f -name "*.in"|grep $substring

CSS pseudo elements in React

Not a direct answer to the question, but this may help those who are having trouble creating style information using Typescript.

I was getting an error telling me that the following was incorrect:

let iconStyle = {
    position: 'relative',
    maxHeight: '90px',
    top: '25%',
}

The error told me that "types of property 'position' are incompatible". I have no idea why.

I fixed this by adding a strict Typescript declaration, like so:

let iconStyle: CSSProperties = {
    position: 'relative',
    maxHeight: '90px',
    top: '25%',
}

This works.

using OR and NOT in solr query

You can find the follow up to the solr-user group on: solr user mailling list

The prevailing thought is that the NOT operator may only be used to remove results from a query - not just exclude things out of the entire dataset. I happen to like the syntax you suggested mausch - thanks!

Python: convert string to byte array

Just use a bytearray() which is a list of bytes.

Python2:

s = "ABCD"
b = bytearray()
b.extend(s)

Python3:

s = "ABCD"
b = bytearray()
b.extend(map(ord, s))

By the way, don't use str as a variable name since that is builtin.

How can I make one python file run another?

  • you can run your .py file simply with this code:

import os 
os.system('python filename.py')

note: put the file in the same directory of your main python file.

How to use Selenium with Python?

There are a lot of sources for selenium - here is good one for simple use Selenium, and here is a example snippet too Selenium Examples

You can find a lot of good sources to use selenium, it's not too hard to get it set up and start using it.

$apply already in progress error

In angular 1.3, I think, they added a new function - $scope.$applyAsync(). This function calls apply later on - they say about 10 ms later at least. It is not perfect, but it does at least eliminate the annoying error.

https://docs.angularjs.org/api/ng/type/$rootScope.Scope#$applyAsync

Converting binary to decimal integer output

This is the full thing

binary = input('enter a number: ')
decimal = 0
for digit in binary:
decimal= decimal*2 + int(digit)

print (decimal)

Should I use PATCH or PUT in my REST API?

I would recommend using PATCH, because your resource 'group' has many properties but in this case, you are updating only the activation field(partial modification)

according to the RFC5789 (https://tools.ietf.org/html/rfc5789)

The existing HTTP PUT method only allows a complete replacement of a document. This proposal adds a new HTTP method, PATCH, to modify an existing HTTP resource.

Also, in more details,

The difference between the PUT and PATCH requests is reflected in the way the server processes the enclosed entity to modify the resource
identified by the Request-URI. In a PUT request, the enclosed entity is considered to be a modified version of the resource stored on the
origin server, and the client is requesting that the stored version
be replaced. With PATCH, however, the enclosed entity contains a set of instructions describing how a resource currently residing on the
origin server should be modified to produce a new version. The PATCH method affects the resource identified by the Request-URI, and it
also MAY have side effects on other resources; i.e., new resources
may be created, or existing ones modified, by the application of a
PATCH.

PATCH is neither safe nor idempotent as defined by [RFC2616], Section 9.1.

Clients need to choose when to use PATCH rather than PUT. For
example, if the patch document size is larger than the size of the
new resource data that would be used in a PUT, then it might make
sense to use PUT instead of PATCH. A comparison to POST is even more difficult, because POST is used in widely varying ways and can
encompass PUT and PATCH-like operations if the server chooses. If
the operation does not modify the resource identified by the Request- URI in a predictable way, POST should be considered instead of PATCH
or PUT.

The response code for PATCH is

The 204 response code is used because the response does not carry a message body (which a response with the 200 code would have). Note that other success codes could be used as well.

also refer thttp://restcookbook.com/HTTP%20Methods/patch/

Caveat: An API implementing PATCH must patch atomically. It MUST not be possible that resources are half-patched when requested by a GET.

Get String in YYYYMMDD format from JS date object?

You can simply use This one line code to get date in year

var date = new Date().getFullYear() + "-" + (parseInt(new Date().getMonth()) + 1) + "-" + new Date().getDate();

dispatch_after - GCD in Swift?

Another helper to delay your code that is 100% Swift in usage and optionally allows for choosing a different thread to run your delayed code from:

public func delay(bySeconds seconds: Double, dispatchLevel: DispatchLevel = .main, closure: @escaping () -> Void) {
    let dispatchTime = DispatchTime.now() + seconds
    dispatchLevel.dispatchQueue.asyncAfter(deadline: dispatchTime, execute: closure)
}

public enum DispatchLevel {
    case main, userInteractive, userInitiated, utility, background
    var dispatchQueue: DispatchQueue {
        switch self {
        case .main:                 return DispatchQueue.main
        case .userInteractive:      return DispatchQueue.global(qos: .userInteractive)
        case .userInitiated:        return DispatchQueue.global(qos: .userInitiated)
        case .utility:              return DispatchQueue.global(qos: .utility)
        case .background:           return DispatchQueue.global(qos: .background)
        }
    }
}

Now you simply delay your code on the Main thread like this:

delay(bySeconds: 1.5) { 
    // delayed code
}

If you want to delay your code to a different thread:

delay(bySeconds: 1.5, dispatchLevel: .background) { 
    // delayed code that will run on background thread
}

If you prefer a Framework that also has some more handy features then checkout HandySwift. You can add it to your project via Carthage then use it exactly like in the examples above, e.g.:

import HandySwift    

delay(bySeconds: 1.5) { 
    // delayed code
}

.war vs .ear file

Ear files provide more options to configure the interaction with the application server.

For example: if the hibernate version of the application server is older than the one provided by your dependencies, you can add the following to ear-deployer-jboss-beans.xml for JBOSS to isolate classloaders and avoid conflicts:

<bean name="EARClassLoaderDeployer" class="org.jboss.deployment.EarClassLoaderDeployer">    
  <property name="isolated">true</property>
</bean>

or to src/main/application/META-INF/jboss-app.xml :

<?xml version="1.0"?>
<jboss-app>
<loader-repository>
    loader=nameofyourear.ear
<loader-repository-config>java2ParentDelegation=false</loader-repository-config>
</loader-repository>
</jboss-app> 

This will make sure that there is no classloader conflict between your application and the application server.

Normally the classloader mechanism works like this:

When a class loading request is presented to a class loader, it first asks its parent class loader to fulfill the request. The parent, in turn, asks its parent for the class until the request reaches the top of the hierarchy. If the class loader at the top of the hierarchy cannot fulfill the request, then the child class loader that called it is responsible for loading the class.

By isolating the classloaders, your ear classloader will not look in the parent (=JBoss / other AS classloader). As far is I know, this is not possible with war files.

How to copy data to clipboard in C#

For console projects in a step-by-step fashion, you'll have to first add the System.Windows.Forms reference. The following steps work in Visual Studio Community 2013 with .NET 4.5:

  1. In Solution Explorer, expand your console project.
  2. Right-click References, then click Add Reference...
  3. In the Assemblies group, under Framework, select System.Windows.Forms.
  4. Click OK.

Then, add the following using statement in with the others at the top of your code:

using System.Windows.Forms;

Then, add either of the following Clipboard.SetText statements to your code:

Clipboard.SetText("hello");
// OR
Clipboard.SetText(helloString);

And lastly, add STAThreadAttribute to your Main method as follows, to avoid a System.Threading.ThreadStateException:

[STAThreadAttribute]
static void Main(string[] args)
{
  // ...
}

What exactly does the Access-Control-Allow-Credentials header do?

By default, CORS does not include cookies on cross-origin requests. This is different from other cross-origin techniques such as JSON-P. JSON-P always includes cookies with the request, and this behavior can lead to a class of vulnerabilities called cross-site request forgery, or CSRF.

In order to reduce the chance of CSRF vulnerabilities in CORS, CORS requires both the server and the client to acknowledge that it is ok to include cookies on requests. Doing this makes cookies an active decision, rather than something that happens passively without any control.

The client code must set the withCredentials property on the XMLHttpRequest to true in order to give permission.

However, this header alone is not enough. The server must respond with the Access-Control-Allow-Credentials header. Responding with this header to true means that the server allows cookies (or other user credentials) to be included on cross-origin requests.

You also need to make sure your browser isn't blocking third-party cookies if you want cross-origin credentialed requests to work.

Note that regardless of whether you are making same-origin or cross-origin requests, you need to protect your site from CSRF (especially if your request includes cookies).

Set object property using reflection

You can try this out when you want to mass-assign properties of an Object from another Object using Property names:

public static void Assign(this object destination, object source)
    {
        if (destination is IEnumerable && source is IEnumerable)
        {
            var dest_enumerator = (destination as IEnumerable).GetEnumerator();
            var src_enumerator = (source as IEnumerable).GetEnumerator();
            while (dest_enumerator.MoveNext() && src_enumerator.MoveNext())
                dest_enumerator.Current.Assign(src_enumerator.Current);
        }
        else
        {
            var destProperties = destination.GetType().GetProperties();
            foreach (var sourceProperty in source.GetType().GetProperties())
            {
                foreach (var destProperty in destProperties)
                {
                    if (destProperty.Name == sourceProperty.Name && destProperty.PropertyType.IsAssignableFrom(sourceProperty.PropertyType))
                    {
                        destProperty.SetValue(destination,     sourceProperty.GetValue(source, new object[] { }), new object[] { });
                        break;
            }
        }
    }
}

Round a floating-point number down to the nearest integer?

x//1

The // operator returns the floor of the division. Since dividing by 1 doesn't change your number, this is equivalent to floor but no import is needed. Notes:

  1. This returns a float
  2. This rounds towards -8

Store JSON object in data attribute in HTML jQuery

For some reason, the accepted answer worked for me only if being used once on the page, but in my case I was trying to save data on many elements on the page and the data was somehow lost on all except the first element.

As an alternative, I ended up writing the data out to the dom and parsing it back in when needed. Perhaps it's less efficient, but worked well for my purpose because I'm really prototyping data and not writing this for production.

To save the data I used:

$('#myElement').attr('data-key', JSON.stringify(jsonObject));

To then read the data back is the same as the accepted answer, namely:

var getBackMyJSON = $('#myElement').data('key');

Doing it this way also made the data appear in the dom if I were to inspect the element with Chrome's debugger.

Exception is never thrown in body of corresponding try statement

Always remember that in case of checked exception you can catch only after throwing the exception(either you throw or any inbuilt method used in your code can throw) ,but in case of unchecked exception You an catch even when you have not thrown that exception.

Find the max of 3 numbers in Java with different data types

int first = 3;  
int mid = 4; 
int last = 6;

//checks for the largest number using the Math.max(a,b) method
//for the second argument (b) you just use the same method to check which  //value is greater between the second and the third
int largest = Math.max(first, Math.max(last, mid));

How to call stopservice() method of Service class from the calling activity class

In Kotlin you can do this...

Service:

class MyService : Service() {
    init {
        instance = this
    }

    companion object {
        lateinit var instance: MyService

        fun terminateService() {
            instance.stopSelf()
        }
    }
}

In your activity (or anywhere in your app for that matter):

btn_terminate_service.setOnClickListener {
    MyService.terminateService()
}

Note: If you have any pending intents showing a notification in Android's status bar, you may want to terminate that as well.

How to check if an appSettings key exists?

I think the LINQ expression may be best:

   const string MyKey = "myKey"

   if (ConfigurationManager.AppSettings.AllKeys.Any(key => key == MyKey))
          {
              // Key exists
          }

Arrays.asList() of an array

This works from Java 5 to 7:

public int getTheNumber(Integer... factors) {
    ArrayList<Integer> f = new ArrayList<Integer>(Arrays.asList(factors));
    Collections.sort(f);
    return f.get(0)*f.get(f.size()-1);
}

In Java 4 there is no vararg... :-)

ConnectionTimeout versus SocketTimeout

A connection timeout is the maximum amount of time that the program is willing to wait to setup a connection to another process. You aren't getting or posting any application data at this point, just establishing the connection, itself.

A socket timeout is the timeout when waiting for individual packets. It's a common misconception that a socket timeout is the timeout to receive the full response. So if you have a socket timeout of 1 second, and a response comprised of 3 IP packets, where each response packet takes 0.9 seconds to arrive, for a total response time of 2.7 seconds, then there will be no timeout.

How do I delete rows in a data frame?

Problems with deleting by row number

For quick and dirty analyses, you can delete rows of a data.frame by number as per the top answer. I.e.,

newdata <- myData[-c(2, 4, 6), ] 

However, if you are trying to write a robust data analysis script, you should generally avoid deleting rows by numeric position. This is because the order of the rows in your data may change in the future. A general principle of a data.frame or database tables is that the order of the rows should not matter. If the order does matter, this should be encoded in an actual variable in the data.frame.

For example, imagine you imported a dataset and deleted rows by numeric position after inspecting the data and identifying the row numbers of the rows that you wanted to delete. However, at some later point, you go into the raw data and have a look around and reorder the data. Your row deletion code will now delete the wrong rows, and worse, you are unlikely to get any errors warning you that this has occurred.

Better strategy

A better strategy is to delete rows based on substantive and stable properties of the row. For example, if you had an id column variable that uniquely identifies each case, you could use that.

newdata <- myData[ !(myData$id %in% c(2,4,6)), ]

Other times, you will have a formal exclusion criteria that could be specified, and you could use one of the many subsetting tools in R to exclude cases based on that rule.

Replace multiple characters in a C# string

You could use Linq's Aggregate function:

string s = "the\nquick\tbrown\rdog,jumped;over the lazy fox.";
char[] chars = new char[] { ' ', ';', ',', '\r', '\t', '\n' };
string snew = chars.Aggregate(s, (c1, c2) => c1.Replace(c2, '\n'));

Here's the extension method:

public static string ReplaceAll(this string seed, char[] chars, char replacementCharacter)
{
    return chars.Aggregate(seed, (str, cItem) => str.Replace(cItem, replacementCharacter));
}

Extension method usage example:

string snew = s.ReplaceAll(chars, '\n');

Selecting all text in HTML text input when clicked

Here's a reusable version of Shoban's answer:

<input type="text" id="userid" name="userid"
 value="Please enter the user ID" onfocus="Clear(this);"
/>

function Clear(elem)
{
elem.value='';
}

That way you can reuse the clear script for multiple elements.

JUnit 5: How to assert an exception is thrown?

An even simpler one liner. No lambda expressions or curly braces required for this example using Java 8 and JUnit 5

import static org.junit.jupiter.api.Assertions.assertThrows;

@Test
void exceptionTesting() {

    assertThrows(MyException.class, myStackObject::doStackAction, "custom message if assertion fails..."); 

// note, no parenthesis on doStackAction ex ::pop NOT ::pop()
}

Parse JSON with R

The jsonlite package is easy to use and tries to convert json into data frames.

Example:

library(jsonlite)

# url with some information about project in Andalussia
url <- 'http://www.juntadeandalucia.es/export/drupaljda/ayudas.json'

# read url and convert to data.frame
document <- fromJSON(txt=url)

Return value using String result=Command.ExecuteScalar() error occurs when result returns null

You can use like the following

string result = null;
object value = cmd.ExecuteScalar();
 if (value != null)
 {
    result = value.ToString();
 }     
 conn.Close();
return result;

How do you switch pages in Xamarin.Forms?

Seems like this thread is very popular and it will be sad not to mention here that there is an alternative way - ViewModel First Navigation. Most of the MVVM frameworks out there using it, however if you want to understand what it is about, continue reading.

All the official Xamarin.Forms documentation is demonstrating a simple, yet slightly not MVVM pure solution. That is because the Page(View) should know nothing about the ViewModel and vice versa. Here is a great example of this violation:

// C# version
public partial class MyPage : ContentPage
{
    public MyPage()
    {
        InitializeComponent();
        // Violation
        this.BindingContext = new MyViewModel();
    }
}

// XAML version
<?xml version="1.0" encoding="utf-8"?>
<ContentPage
    xmlns="http://xamarin.com/schemas/2014/forms"
    xmlns:x="http://schemas.microsoft.com/winfx/2009/xaml"
    xmlns:viewmodels="clr-namespace:MyApp.ViewModel"
    x:Class="MyApp.Views.MyPage">
    <ContentPage.BindingContext>
        <!-- Violation -->
        <viewmodels:MyViewModel />
    </ContentPage.BindingContext>
</ContentPage>

If you have a 2 pages application this approach might be good for you. However if you are working on a big enterprise solution you better go with a ViewModel First Navigation approach. It is slightly more complicated but much cleaner approach that allow you to navigate between ViewModels instead of navigation between Pages(Views). One of the advantages beside clear separation of concerns is that you could easily pass parameters to the next ViewModel or execute an async initialization code right after navigation. Now to details.

(I will try to simplify all the code examples as much as possible).

1. First of all we need a place where we could register all our objects and optionally define their lifetime. For this matter we can use an IOC container, you can choose one yourself. In this example I will use Autofac(it is one of the fastest available). We can keep a reference to it in the App so it will be available globally (not a good idea, but needed for simplification):

public class DependencyResolver
{
    static IContainer container;

    public DependencyResolver(params Module[] modules)
    {
        var builder = new ContainerBuilder();

        if (modules != null)
            foreach (var module in modules)
                builder.RegisterModule(module);

        container = builder.Build();
    }

    public T Resolve<T>() => container.Resolve<T>();
    public object Resolve(Type type) => container.Resolve(type);
}

public partial class App : Application
{
    public DependencyResolver DependencyResolver { get; }

    // Pass here platform specific dependencies
    public App(Module platformIocModule)
    {
        InitializeComponent();
        DependencyResolver = new DependencyResolver(platformIocModule, new IocModule());
        MainPage = new WelcomeView();
    }

    /* The rest of the code ... */
}

2.We will need an object responsible for retrieving a Page (View) for a specific ViewModel and vice versa. The second case might be useful in case of setting the root/main page of the app. For that we should agree on a simple convention that all the ViewModels should be in ViewModels directory and Pages(Views) should be in the Views directory. In other words ViewModels should live in [MyApp].ViewModels namespace and Pages(Views) in [MyApp].Views namespace. In addition to that we should agree that WelcomeView(Page) should have a WelcomeViewModel and etc. Here is a code example of a mapper:

public class TypeMapperService
{
    public Type MapViewModelToView(Type viewModelType)
    {
        var viewName = viewModelType.FullName.Replace("Model", string.Empty);
        var viewAssemblyName = GetTypeAssemblyName(viewModelType);
        var viewTypeName = GenerateTypeName("{0}, {1}", viewName, viewAssemblyName);
        return Type.GetType(viewTypeName);
    }

    public Type MapViewToViewModel(Type viewType)
    {
        var viewModelName = viewType.FullName.Replace(".Views.", ".ViewModels.");
        var viewModelAssemblyName = GetTypeAssemblyName(viewType);
        var viewTypeModelName = GenerateTypeName("{0}Model, {1}", viewModelName, viewModelAssemblyName);
        return Type.GetType(viewTypeModelName);
    }

    string GetTypeAssemblyName(Type type) => type.GetTypeInfo().Assembly.FullName;
    string GenerateTypeName(string format, string typeName, string assemblyName) =>
        string.Format(CultureInfo.InvariantCulture, format, typeName, assemblyName);
}

3.For the case of setting a root page we will need sort of ViewModelLocator that will set the BindingContext automatically:

public static class ViewModelLocator
{
    public static readonly BindableProperty AutoWireViewModelProperty =
        BindableProperty.CreateAttached("AutoWireViewModel", typeof(bool), typeof(ViewModelLocator), default(bool), propertyChanged: OnAutoWireViewModelChanged);

    public static bool GetAutoWireViewModel(BindableObject bindable) =>
        (bool)bindable.GetValue(AutoWireViewModelProperty);

    public static void SetAutoWireViewModel(BindableObject bindable, bool value) =>
        bindable.SetValue(AutoWireViewModelProperty, value);

    static ITypeMapperService mapper = (Application.Current as App).DependencyResolver.Resolve<ITypeMapperService>();

    static void OnAutoWireViewModelChanged(BindableObject bindable, object oldValue, object newValue)
    {
        var view = bindable as Element;
        var viewType = view.GetType();
        var viewModelType = mapper.MapViewToViewModel(viewType);
        var viewModel =  (Application.Current as App).DependencyResolver.Resolve(viewModelType);
        view.BindingContext = viewModel;
    }
}

// Usage example
<?xml version="1.0" encoding="utf-8"?>
<ContentPage
    xmlns="http://xamarin.com/schemas/2014/forms"
    xmlns:x="http://schemas.microsoft.com/winfx/2009/xaml"
    xmlns:viewmodels="clr-namespace:MyApp.ViewModel"
    viewmodels:ViewModelLocator.AutoWireViewModel="true"
    x:Class="MyApp.Views.MyPage">
</ContentPage>

4.Finally we will need a NavigationService that will support ViewModel First Navigation approach:

public class NavigationService
{
    TypeMapperService mapperService { get; }

    public NavigationService(TypeMapperService mapperService)
    {
        this.mapperService = mapperService;
    }

    protected Page CreatePage(Type viewModelType)
    {
        Type pageType = mapperService.MapViewModelToView(viewModelType);
        if (pageType == null)
        {
            throw new Exception($"Cannot locate page type for {viewModelType}");
        }

        return Activator.CreateInstance(pageType) as Page;
    }

    protected Page GetCurrentPage()
    {
        var mainPage = Application.Current.MainPage;

        if (mainPage is MasterDetailPage)
        {
            return ((MasterDetailPage)mainPage).Detail;
        }

        // TabbedPage : MultiPage<Page>
        // CarouselPage : MultiPage<ContentPage>
        if (mainPage is TabbedPage || mainPage is CarouselPage)
        {
            return ((MultiPage<Page>)mainPage).CurrentPage;
        }

        return mainPage;
    }

    public Task PushAsync(Page page, bool animated = true)
    {
        var navigationPage = Application.Current.MainPage as NavigationPage;
        return navigationPage.PushAsync(page, animated);
    }

    public Task PopAsync(bool animated = true)
    {
        var mainPage = Application.Current.MainPage as NavigationPage;
        return mainPage.Navigation.PopAsync(animated);
    }

    public Task PushModalAsync<TViewModel>(object parameter = null, bool animated = true) where TViewModel : BaseViewModel =>
        InternalPushModalAsync(typeof(TViewModel), animated, parameter);

    public Task PopModalAsync(bool animated = true)
    {
        var mainPage = GetCurrentPage();
        if (mainPage != null)
            return mainPage.Navigation.PopModalAsync(animated);

        throw new Exception("Current page is null.");
    }

    async Task InternalPushModalAsync(Type viewModelType, bool animated, object parameter)
    {
        var page = CreatePage(viewModelType);
        var currentNavigationPage = GetCurrentPage();

        if (currentNavigationPage != null)
        {
            await currentNavigationPage.Navigation.PushModalAsync(page, animated);
        }
        else
        {
            throw new Exception("Current page is null.");
        }

        await (page.BindingContext as BaseViewModel).InitializeAsync(parameter);
    }
}

As you may see there is a BaseViewModel - abstract base class for all the ViewModels where you can define methods like InitializeAsync that will get executed right after the navigation. And here is an example of navigation:

public class WelcomeViewModel : BaseViewModel
{
    public ICommand NewGameCmd { get; }
    public ICommand TopScoreCmd { get; }
    public ICommand AboutCmd { get; }

    public WelcomeViewModel(INavigationService navigation) : base(navigation)
    {
        NewGameCmd = new Command(async () => await Navigation.PushModalAsync<GameViewModel>());
        TopScoreCmd = new Command(async () => await navigation.PushModalAsync<TopScoreViewModel>());
        AboutCmd = new Command(async () => await navigation.PushModalAsync<AboutViewModel>());
    }
}

As you understand this approach is more complicated, harder to debug and might be confusing. However there are many advantages plus you actually don't have to implement it yourself since most of the MVVM frameworks support it out of the box. The code example that is demonstrated here is available on github.

There are plenty of good articles about ViewModel First Navigation approach and there is a free Enterprise Application Patterns using Xamarin.Forms eBook which is explaining this and many other interesting topics in detail.

Which loop is faster, while or for?

I was wondering the same thing so i googled and ended up here. I did a small test in python (extremely simple) just to see and this is what I got:

For:

def for_func(n = 0):
    for n in range(500):
        n = n + 1

python -m timeit "import for_func; for_func.for_func()" > for_func.txt

10000 loops, best of 3: 40.5 usec per loop

While:

def while_func(n = 0):
    while n < 500:
        n = n + 1

python -m timeit "import while_func; while_func.while_func()" > while_func.txt

10000 loops, best of 3: 45 usec per loop

Checking during array iteration, if the current element is the last element

Why not this very simple method:

$i = 0; //a counter to track which element we are at
foreach($array as $index => $value) {
    $i++;
    if( $i == sizeof($array) ){
        //we are at the last element of the array
    }
}

Rotate camera in Three.js with mouse

This might serve as a good starting point for moving/rotating/zooming a camera with mouse/trackpad (in typescript):

class CameraControl {
    zoomMode: boolean = false
    press: boolean = false
    sensitivity: number = 0.02

    constructor(renderer: Three.Renderer, public camera: Three.PerspectiveCamera, updateCallback:() => void){
        renderer.domElement.addEventListener('mousemove', event => {
            if(!this.press){ return }

            if(event.button == 0){
                camera.position.y -= event.movementY * this.sensitivity
                camera.position.x -= event.movementX * this.sensitivity        
            } else if(event.button == 2){
                camera.quaternion.y -= event.movementX * this.sensitivity/10
                camera.quaternion.x -= event.movementY * this.sensitivity/10
            }

            updateCallback()
        })    

        renderer.domElement.addEventListener('mousedown', () => { this.press = true })
        renderer.domElement.addEventListener('mouseup', () => { this.press = false })
        renderer.domElement.addEventListener('mouseleave', () => { this.press = false })

        document.addEventListener('keydown', event => {
            if(event.key == 'Shift'){
                this.zoomMode = true
            }
        })

        document.addEventListener('keyup', event => {
            if(event.key == 'Shift'){
                this.zoomMode = false
            }
        })

        renderer.domElement.addEventListener('mousewheel', event => {
            if(this.zoomMode){ 
                camera.fov += event.wheelDelta * this.sensitivity
                camera.updateProjectionMatrix()
            } else {
                camera.position.z += event.wheelDelta * this.sensitivity
            }

            updateCallback()
        })
    }
}

drop it in like:

this.cameraControl = new CameraControl(renderer, camera, () => {
    // you might want to rerender on camera update if you are not rerendering all the time
    window.requestAnimationFrame(() => renderer.render(scene, camera))
})

Controls:

  • move while [holding mouse left / single finger on trackpad] to move camera in x/y plane
  • move [mouse wheel / two fingers on trackpad] to move up/down in z-direction
  • hold shift + [mouse wheel / two fingers on trackpad] to zoom in/out via increasing/decreasing field-of-view
  • move while holding [mouse right / two fingers on trackpad] to rotate the camera (quaternion)

Additionally:

If you want to kinda zoom by changing the 'distance' (along yz) instead of changing field-of-view you can bump up/down camera's position y and z while keeping the ratio of position's y and z unchanged like:

// in mousewheel event listener in zoom mode
const ratio = camera.position.y / camera.position.z
camera.position.y += (event.wheelDelta * this.sensitivity * ratio)
camera.position.z += (event.wheelDelta * this.sensitivity)

center a row using Bootstrap 3

I know this question was specifically targeted at Bootstrap 3, but in case Bootstrap 4 users stumble upon this question, here is how i centered rows in v4:

<div class="container">
  <div class="row justify-content-center">
  ...

More related to this topic can be found on bootstrap site.

Responding with a JSON object in Node.js (converting object/array to JSON string)

in express there may be application-scoped JSON formatters.

after looking at express\lib\response.js, I'm using this routine:

function writeJsonPToRes(app, req, res, obj) {
    var replacer = app.get('json replacer');
    var spaces = app.get('json spaces');
    res.set('Content-Type', 'application/json');
    var partOfResponse = JSON.stringify(obj, replacer, spaces)
        .replace(/\u2028/g, '\\u2028')
        .replace(/\u2029/g, '\\u2029');
    var callback = req.query[app.get('jsonp callback name')];
    if (callback) {
        if (Array.isArray(callback)) callback = callback[0];
        res.set('Content-Type', 'text/javascript');
        var cb = callback.replace(/[^\[\]\w$.]/g, '');
        partOfResponse = 'typeof ' + cb + ' === \'function\' && ' + cb + '(' + partOfResponse + ');\n';
    }
    res.write(partOfResponse);
}

Should I put #! (shebang) in Python scripts, and what form should it take?

The purpose of shebang is for the script to recognize the interpreter type when you want to execute the script from the shell. Mostly, and not always, you execute scripts by supplying the interpreter externally. Example usage: python-x.x script.py

This will work even if you don't have a shebang declarator.

Why first one is more "portable" is because, /usr/bin/env contains your PATH declaration which accounts for all the destinations where your system executables reside.

NOTE: Tornado doesn't strictly use shebangs, and Django strictly doesn't. It varies with how you are executing your application's main function.

ALSO: It doesn't vary with Python.

command to remove row from a data frame

eldNew <- eld[-14,]

See ?"[" for a start ...

For ‘[’-indexing only: ‘i’, ‘j’, ‘...’ can be logical vectors, indicating elements/slices to select. Such vectors are recycled if necessary to match the corresponding extent. ‘i’, ‘j’, ‘...’ can also be negative integers, indicating elements/slices to leave out of the selection.

(emphasis added)

edit: looking around I notice How to delete the first row of a dataframe in R? , which has the answer ... seems like the title should have popped to your attention if you were looking for answers on SO?

edit 2: I also found How do I delete rows in a data frame? , searching SO for delete row data frame ...

Also http://rwiki.sciviews.org/doku.php?id=tips:data-frames:remove_rows_data_frame

How to find the php.ini file used by the command line?

Do

find / -type f -name "php.ini" 

This will output all files named php.ini.

Find out which one you're using, usually apache2/php.ini

How to add a touch event to a UIView?

Based on the accepted answer you can define a macro:

#define handle_tap(view, delegate, selector) do {\
    view.userInteractionEnabled = YES;\
    [view addGestureRecognizer: [[UITapGestureRecognizer alloc] initWithTarget:delegate action:selector]];\
} while(0)

This macro uses ARC, so there's no release call.

Macro usage example:

handle_tap(userpic, self, @selector(onTapUserpic:));

Converting BitmapImage to Bitmap and vice versa

I've just been trying to use the above in my code and I believe that there is a problem with the Bitmap2BitmapImage function (and possibly the other one as well).

using (MemoryStream ms = new MemoryStream())

Does the above line result in the stream being disposed of? Which means that the returned BitmapImage loses its content.

As I'm a WPF newbie I'm not sure that this is the correct technical explanation, but the code didn't work in my application until I removed the using directive.

Truncate Two decimal places without rounding

This is what i did:

        c1 = a1 - b1;
        d1 = Math.Ceiling(c1 * 100) / 100;

subtracting two inputted numbers without rounding up or down the decimals. because the other solutions does not work for me. don't know if it will work for others, i just want to share this :) Hope it works tho for those who's finding solution to a problem similar to mine. Thanks

PS: i'm a beginner so feel free to point out something on this. :D this is good if you're actually dealing with money, cause of the cents right? it only have 2 decimal places and rounding it is a no no.

phpMyAdmin is throwing a #2002 cannot log in to the mysql server phpmyadmin

For Ubuntu 14.04 and 16.04, you can apply following commands

First, check MySQL service is running or not using

sudo service mysql status

Now you can see you show a message like this: mysql stop/waiting.

Now apply command: sudo service mysql restart!

Now you can see you show a message like this: mysql start/running, process 8313.

Now go to the browser and logged in as root(username) and root(password) and you will be logged in successfully

How to display HTML in TextView?

If you use androidx.* classes in your project, you should use HtmlCompat.fromHtml(text, flag).

Source of the method is:

@NonNull
    public static Spanned fromHtml(@NonNull String source, @FromHtmlFlags int flags) {
        if (Build.VERSION.SDK_INT >= 24) {
            return Html.fromHtml(source, flags);
        }
        //noinspection deprecation
        return Html.fromHtml(source);
    }

It is better to use HtmlCompat.fromHtml than Html.fromHtml as there is less code- only one line of code, and it's recommended way to use it.

How to print all information from an HTTP request to the screen, in PHP

If you want actual HTTP Headers (both request and response), give hurl.it a try.

You can use the PHP command apache_request_headers() to get the request headers and apache_response_headers() to get the current response headers. Note that response can be changed later in the PHP script as long as content has not been served.

How to add a Browse To File dialog to a VB.NET application

You should use the OpenFileDialog class like this

Dim fd As OpenFileDialog = New OpenFileDialog() 
Dim strFileName As String

fd.Title = "Open File Dialog"
fd.InitialDirectory = "C:\"
fd.Filter = "All files (*.*)|*.*|All files (*.*)|*.*"
fd.FilterIndex = 2
fd.RestoreDirectory = True

If fd.ShowDialog() = DialogResult.OK Then
   strFileName = fd.FileName
End If

Then you can use the File class.

Python: print a generator expression?

Quick answer:

Doing list() around a generator expression is (almost) exactly equivalent to having [] brackets around it. So yeah, you can do

>>> list((x for x in string.letters if x in (y for y in "BigMan on campus")))

But you can just as well do

>>> [x for x in string.letters if x in (y for y in "BigMan on campus")]

Yes, that will turn the generator expression into a list comprehension. It's the same thing and calling list() on it. So the way to make a generator expression into a list is to put brackets around it.

Detailed explanation:

A generator expression is a "naked" for expression. Like so:

x*x for x in range(10)

Now, you can't stick that on a line by itself, you'll get a syntax error. But you can put parenthesis around it.

>>> (x*x for x in range(10))
<generator object <genexpr> at 0xb7485464>

This is sometimes called a generator comprehension, although I think the official name still is generator expression, there isn't really any difference, the parenthesis are only there to make the syntax valid. You do not need them if you are passing it in as the only parameter to a function for example:

>>> sorted(x*x for x in range(10))
[0, 1, 4, 9, 16, 25, 36, 49, 64, 81]

Basically all the other comprehensions available in Python 3 and Python 2.7 is just syntactic sugar around a generator expression. Set comprehensions:

>>> {x*x for x in range(10)}
{0, 1, 4, 81, 64, 9, 16, 49, 25, 36}

>>> set(x*x for x in range(10))
{0, 1, 4, 81, 64, 9, 16, 49, 25, 36}

Dict comprehensions:

>>> dict((x, x*x) for x in range(10))
{0: 0, 1: 1, 2: 4, 3: 9, 4: 16, 5: 25, 6: 36, 7: 49, 8: 64, 9: 81}

>>> {x: x*x for x in range(10)}
{0: 0, 1: 1, 2: 4, 3: 9, 4: 16, 5: 25, 6: 36, 7: 49, 8: 64, 9: 81}

And list comprehensions under Python 3:

>>> list(x*x for x in range(10))
[0, 1, 4, 9, 16, 25, 36, 49, 64, 81]

>>> [x*x for x in range(10)]
[0, 1, 4, 9, 16, 25, 36, 49, 64, 81]

Under Python 2, list comprehensions is not just syntactic sugar. But the only difference is that x will under Python 2 leak into the namespace.

>>> x
9

While under Python 3 you'll get

>>> x
Traceback (most recent call last):
  File "<stdin>", line 1, in <module>
NameError: name 'x' is not defined

This means that the best way to get a nice printout of the content of your generator expression in Python is to make a list comprehension out of it! However, this will obviously not work if you already have a generator object. Doing that will just make a list of one generator:

>>> foo = (x*x for x in range(10))
>>> [foo]
[<generator object <genexpr> at 0xb7559504>]

In that case you will need to call list():

>>> list(foo)
[0, 1, 4, 9, 16, 25, 36, 49, 64, 81]

Although this works, but is kinda stupid:

>>> [x for x in foo]
[0, 1, 4, 9, 16, 25, 36, 49, 64, 81]

get next sequence value from database using hibernate

Your idea with the SequenceGenerator fake entity is good.

@Id
@GenericGenerator(name = "my_seq", strategy = "sequence", parameters = {
        @org.hibernate.annotations.Parameter(name = "sequence_name", value = "MY_CUSTOM_NAMED_SQN"),
})
@GeneratedValue(strategy = GenerationType.SEQUENCE, generator = "my_seq")

It is important to use the parameter with the key name "sequence_name". Run a debugging session on the hibernate class SequenceStyleGenerator, the configure(...) method at the line final QualifiedName sequenceName = determineSequenceName( params, dialect, jdbcEnvironment ); to see more details about how the sequence name is computed by Hibernate. There are some defaults in there you could also use.

After the fake entity, I created a CrudRepository:

public interface SequenceRepository extends CrudRepository<SequenceGenerator, Long> {}

In the Junit, I call the save method of the SequenceRepository.

SequenceGenerator sequenceObject = new SequenceGenerator(); SequenceGenerator result = sequenceRepository.save(sequenceObject);

If there is a better way to do this (maybe support for a generator on any type of field instead of just Id), I would be more than happy to use it instead of this "trick".

how to change php version in htaccess in server

This worked for me

PHP 7.2

AddHandler application/x-httpd-ea-php72 .php .php7 .phtml

PHP 7.3

AddHandler application/x-httpd-ea-php73 .php

How can I set a website image that will show as preview on Facebook?

Note also that if you have wordpress just scroll down to the bottom of the webpage when in edit mode, and select "featured image" (bottom right side of screen).

filemtime "warning stat failed for"

I think the problem is the realpath of the file. For example your script is working on './', your file is inside the directory './xml'. So better check if the file exists or not, before you get filemtime or unlink it:

  function deleteOldFiles(){
    if ($handle = opendir('./xml')) {
        while (false !== ($file = readdir($handle))) { 

            if(preg_match("/^.*\.(xml|xsl)$/i", $file)){
              $fpath = 'xml/'.$file;
              if (file_exists($fpath)) {
                $filelastmodified = filemtime($fpath);

                if ( (time() - $filelastmodified ) > 24*3600){
                    unlink($fpath);
                }
              }
            }
        }
        closedir($handle); 
    }
  }

proper name for python * operator?

I call it "positional expansion", as opposed to ** which I call "keyword expansion".

Iterate over object keys in node.js

Also remember that you can pass a second argument to the .forEach() function specifying the object to use as the this keyword.

// myOjbect is the object you want to iterate.
// Notice the second argument (secondArg) we passed to .forEach.
Object.keys(myObject).forEach(function(element, key, _array) {
  // element is the name of the key.
  // key is just a numerical value for the array
  // _array is the array of all the keys

  // this keyword = secondArg
  this.foo;
  this.bar();
}, secondArg);

How do I disable right click on my web page?

The original question was about how to stop right-click given that the user can disable JavaScript: which sound nefarious and evil (hence the negative responses) - but all duplicates redirect here, even though many of the duplicates are asking for less evil purposes.

Like using the right-click button in HTML5 games, for example. This can be done with the inline code above, or a bit nicer is something like this:

document.addEventListener("contextmenu", function(e){
    e.preventDefault();
}, false);

But if you are making a game, then remember that the right-click button fires the contextmenu event - but it also fires the regular mousedown and mouseup events too. So you need to check the event's which property to see if it was the left (which === 1), middle (which === 2), or right (which === 3) mouse button that is firing the event.

Here's an example in jQuery - note that the pressing the right mouse button will fire three events: the mousedown event, the contextmenu event, and the mouseup event.

// With jQuery
$(document).on({
    "contextmenu": function(e) {
        console.log("ctx menu button:", e.which); 

        // Stop the context menu
        e.preventDefault();
    },
    "mousedown": function(e) { 
        console.log("normal mouse down:", e.which); 
    },
    "mouseup": function(e) { 
        console.log("normal mouse up:", e.which); 
    }
});

So if you're using the left and right mouse buttons in a game, you'll have to do some conditional logic in the mouse handlers.

CSS Box Shadow Bottom Only

You can use two elements, one inside the other, and give the outer one overflow: hidden and a width equal to the inner element together with a bottom padding so that the shadow on all the other sides are "cut off"

#outer {
    width: 100px;
    overflow: hidden;
    padding-bottom: 10px;
}

#outer > div {
    width: 100px;
    height: 100px;
    background: orange;

    -moz-box-shadow: 0 4px 4px rgba(0, 0, 0, 0.4);
    -webkit-box-shadow: 0 4px 4px rgba(0, 0, 0, 0.4);
    box-shadow: 0 4px 4px rgba(0, 0, 0, 0.4);
}

Alternatively, float the outer element to cause it to shrink to the size of the inner element. See: http://jsfiddle.net/QJPd5/1/

filename and line number of Python script

Just to contribute,

there is a linecache module in python, here is two links that can help.

linecache module documentation
linecache source code

In a sense, you can "dump" a whole file into its cache , and read it with linecache.cache data from class.

import linecache as allLines
## have in mind that fileName in linecache behaves as any other open statement, you will need a path to a file if file is not in the same directory as script
linesList = allLines.updatechache( fileName ,None)
for i,x in enumerate(lineslist): print(i,x) #prints the line number and content
#or for more info
print(line.cache)
#or you need a specific line
specLine = allLines.getline(fileName,numbOfLine)
#returns a textual line from that number of line

For additional info, for error handling, you can simply use

from sys import exc_info
try:
     raise YourError # or some other error
except Exception:
     print(exc_info() )

Just disable scroll not hide it?

you can keep overflow:hidden but manage scroll position manually:

before showing keep trace of actual scroll position:

var scroll = [$(document).scrollTop(),$(document).scrollLeft()];
//show your lightbox and then reapply scroll position
$(document).scrollTop(scroll[0]).scrollLeft(scroll[1]);

it should work

Why use deflate instead of gzip for text files served by Apache?

You are likely not able to actually pick deflate as an option. Contrary to what you may expect mod_deflate is not using deflate but gzip. So while most of the points made are valid it likely is not relevant for most.

How to declare a variable in SQL Server and use it in the same Stored Procedure

In sql 2012 (and maybe as far back as 2005), you should do this:

EXEC AddBrand @BrandName = 'Gucci', @CategoryId = 23

SVN Commit specific files

Sure. Just list the files:

$ svn ci -m "Fixed all those horrible crashes" foo bar baz graphics/logo.png

I'm not aware of a way to tell it to ignore a certain set of files. Of course, if the files you do want to commit are easily listed by the shell, you can use that:

$ svn ci -m "No longer sets printer on fire" printer-driver/*.c

You can also have the svn command read the list of files to commit from a file:

$ svn ci -m "Now works" --targets fix4711.txt

Setting selection to Nothing when programming Excel

Sub MyFunc()

    Range("B6").Select

    Selection.Locked = True

End Sub

Get list of a class' instance methods

TestClass.methods(false) 

to get only methods that belong to that class only.

TestClass.instance_methods(false) would return the methods from your given example (since they are instance methods of TestClass).

Adding local .aar files to Gradle build using "flatDirs" is not working

Add below in app gradle file implementation project(path: ':project name')

Codeigniter: does $this->db->last_query(); execute a query?

The query execution happens on all get methods like

$this->db->get('table_name');
$this->db->get_where('table_name',$array);

While last_query contains the last query which was run

$this->db->last_query();

If you want to get query string without execution you will have to do this. Go to system/database/DB_active_rec.php Remove public or protected keyword from these functions

public function _compile_select($select_override = FALSE)
public function _reset_select()

Now you can write query and get it in a variable

$this->db->select('trans_id');
$this->db->from('myTable');
$this->db->where('code','B');
$subQuery = $this->db->_compile_select();

Now reset query so if you want to write another query the object will be cleared.

$this->db->_reset_select();

And the thing is done. Cheers!!! Note : While using this way you must use

$this->db->from('myTable')

instead of

$this->db->get('myTable')

which runs the query.

Take a look at this example

How to initialise a string from NSData in Swift

Since the third version of Swift you can do the following:

let desiredString = NSString(data: yourData, encoding: String.Encoding.utf8.rawValue)

simialr to what Sunkas advised.

Cannot send a content-body with this verb-type

I had the similar issue using Flurl.Http:

Flurl.Http.FlurlHttpException: Call failed. Cannot send a content-body with this verb-type. GET http://******:8301/api/v1/agents/**** ---> System.Net.ProtocolViolationException: Cannot send a content-body with this verb-type.

The problem was I used .WithHeader("Content-Type", "application/json") when creating IFlurlRequest.

Mockito match any class argument

the solution from millhouse is not working anymore with recent version of mockito

This solution work with java 8 and mockito 2.2.9

where ArgumentMatcher is an instanceof org.mockito.ArgumentMatcher

public class ClassOrSubclassMatcher<T> implements ArgumentMatcher<Class<T>> {

   private final Class<T> targetClass;

    public ClassOrSubclassMatcher(Class<T> targetClass) {
        this.targetClass = targetClass;
    }

    @Override
    public boolean matches(Class<T> obj) {
        if (obj != null) {
            if (obj instanceof Class) {
                return targetClass.isAssignableFrom( obj);
            }
        }
        return false;
    }
}

And the use

when(a.method(ArgumentMatchers.argThat(new ClassOrSubclassMatcher<>(A.class)))).thenReturn(b);

need to test if sql query was successful

if ($DB->query(...)) { success }
else { failure }

query should return false on failure (if you're using mysql_query or $mysqli->query). If you want to test if the UPDATE query actually did anything (which is a totally different thing than "successful") then use mysql_affected_rows or $mysqli->affected_rows

IEnumerable<object> a = new IEnumerable<object>(); Can I do this?

No, You cannot do that. Use the following line of code instead:

IEnumerable<int> usersIds = new List<int>() {1, 2, 3}.AsEnumerable();

I hope it helps.

Format decimal for percentage values?

If you have a good reason to set aside culture-dependent formatting and get explicit control over whether or not there's a space between the value and the "%", and whether the "%" is leading or trailing, you can use NumberFormatInfo's PercentPositivePattern and PercentNegativePattern properties.

For example, to get a decimal value with a trailing "%" and no space between the value and the "%":

myValue.ToString("P2", new NumberFormatInfo { PercentPositivePattern = 1, PercentNegativePattern = 1 });

More complete example:

using System.Globalization; 

...

decimal myValue = -0.123m;
NumberFormatInfo percentageFormat = new NumberFormatInfo { PercentPositivePattern = 1, PercentNegativePattern = 1 };
string formattedValue = myValue.ToString("P2", percentageFormat); // "-12.30%" (in en-us)

How to read from a file or STDIN in Bash?

I think this is the straight-forward way:

$ cat reader.sh
#!/bin/bash
while read line; do
  echo "reading: ${line}"
done < /dev/stdin

--

$ cat writer.sh
#!/bin/bash
for i in {0..5}; do
  echo "line ${i}"
done

--

$ ./writer.sh | ./reader.sh
reading: line 0
reading: line 1
reading: line 2
reading: line 3
reading: line 4
reading: line 5

How to get the full path of the file from a file input

You cannot do so - the browser will not allow this because of security concerns. Although there are workarounds, the fact is that you shouldn't count on this working. The following Stack Overflow questions are relevant here:

In addition to these, the new HTML5 specification states that browsers will need to feed a Windows compatible fakepath into the input type="file" field, ostensibly for backward compatibility reasons.

So trying to obtain the path is worse then useless in newer browsers - you'll actually get a fake one instead.

How do I import a .bak file into Microsoft SQL Server 2012?

.bak is a backup file generated in SQL Server.

Backup files importing means restoring a database, you can restore on a database created in SQL Server 2012 but the backup file should be from SQL Server 2005, 2008, 2008 R2, 2012 database.

You restore database by using following command...

RESTORE DATABASE YourDB FROM DISK = 'D:BackUpYourBaackUpFile.bak' WITH Recovery

You want to learn about how to restore .bak file follow the below link:

http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/ms186858(v=sql.90).aspx

Why does my Eclipse keep not responding?

Try this, it worked for me!

If you happen to have Eclipse not responding anymore sometimes, the reason could be that you sit on a 64bit machine where eclipse needs more memory. Be sure to have (at least) the following configurations in your eclipse.ini (I even use bigger values for the PermSizes):

-Xms512m
-Xmx1024m
-XX:PermSize=64m
-XX:MaxPermSize=128m

simulate background-size:cover on <video> or <img>

The top answer doesn't scale down the video when you're at browser widths of less than your video's width. Try using this CSS (with #bgvid being your video's id):

#bgvid {
     position: fixed;
     top: 50%;
     left: 50%;
     min-width: 100%;
     min-height: 100%;
     width: auto;
     height: auto;
     transform: translateX(-50%) translateY(-50%);
     -webkit-transform: translateX(-50%) translateY(-50%);
}

How to list the tables in a SQLite database file that was opened with ATTACH?

There are a few steps to see the tables in an SQLite database:

  1. List the tables in your database:

    .tables
    
  2. List how the table looks:

    .schema tablename
    
  3. Print the entire table:

    SELECT * FROM tablename;
    
  4. List all of the available SQLite prompt commands:

    .help
    

Text blinking jQuery

Indeed a plugin for a simple blink effect is overkill. So after experimenting with various solutions, I have choosen between one line of javascript and a CSS class that controls exactly how I want to blink the elements (in my case for the blink to work I only need to change the background to transparent, so that the text is still visible):

JS:

$(document).ready(function () {
        setInterval(function () { $(".blink").toggleClass("no-bg"); }, 1000);
    });

CSS:

span.no-bg {
    background-color: transparent;
}

Full example at this js fiddle.

Bash: Strip trailing linebreak from output

There is also direct support for white space removal in Bash variable substitution:

testvar=$(wc -l < log.txt)
trailing_space_removed=${testvar%%[[:space:]]}
leading_space_removed=${testvar##[[:space:]]}

offsetTop vs. jQuery.offset().top

I think you are right by saying that people cannot click half pixels, so personally, I would use rounded jQuery offset...

Progress during large file copy (Copy-Item & Write-Progress?)

It seems like a much better solution to just use BitsTransfer, it seems to come OOTB on most Windows machines with PowerShell 2.0 or greater.

Import-Module BitsTransfer
Start-BitsTransfer -Source $Source -Destination $Destination -Description "Backup" -DisplayName "Backup"

How to remove docker completely from ubuntu 14.04

Probably your problem is that for Docker that has been installed from default Ubuntu repository, the package name is docker.io

Or package name may be something like docker-ce. Try running

dpkg -l | grep -i docker

to identify what installed package you have

So you need to change package name in commands from https://stackoverflow.com/a/31313851/2340159 to match package name. For example, for docker.io it would be:

sudo apt-get purge -y docker.io
sudo apt-get autoremove -y --purge docker.io
sudo apt-get autoclean

It adds:

The above commands will not remove images, containers, volumes, or user created configuration files on your host. If you wish to delete all images, containers, and volumes run the following command:

sudo rm -rf /var/lib/docker

Remove docker from apparmor.d:

sudo rm /etc/apparmor.d/docker

Remove docker group:

sudo groupdel docker

Is it possible to deserialize XML into List<T>?

You can encapsulate the list trivially:

using System;
using System.Collections.Generic;
using System.Xml.Serialization;

[XmlRoot("user_list")]
public class UserList
{
    public UserList() {Items = new List<User>();}
    [XmlElement("user")]
    public List<User> Items {get;set;}
}
public class User
{
    [XmlElement("id")]
    public Int32 Id { get; set; }

    [XmlElement("name")]
    public String Name { get; set; }
}

static class Program
{
    static void Main()
    {
        XmlSerializer ser= new XmlSerializer(typeof(UserList));
        UserList list = new UserList();
        list.Items.Add(new User { Id = 1, Name = "abc"});
        list.Items.Add(new User { Id = 2, Name = "def"});
        list.Items.Add(new User { Id = 3, Name = "ghi"});
        ser.Serialize(Console.Out, list);
    }
}

Why are my PHP files showing as plain text?

You need to configure Apache (the webserver) to process PHP scripts as PHP. Check Apache's configuration. You need to load the module (the path may differ on your system):

LoadModule php5_module "c:/php/php5apache.dll"

And you also need to tell Apache what to process with PHP:

AddType application/x-httpd-php .php

See the documentation for more details.

Best way to create an empty map in Java

1) If the Map can be immutable:

Collections.emptyMap()

// or, in some cases:
Collections.<String, String>emptyMap()

You'll have to use the latter sometimes when the compiler cannot automatically figure out what kind of Map is needed (this is called type inference). For example, consider a method declared like this:

public void foobar(Map<String, String> map){ ... }

When passing the empty Map directly to it, you have to be explicit about the type:

foobar(Collections.emptyMap());                 // doesn't compile
foobar(Collections.<String, String>emptyMap()); // works fine

2) If you need to be able to modify the Map, then for example:

new HashMap<String, String>()

(as tehblanx pointed out)


Addendum: If your project uses Guava, you have the following alternatives:

1) Immutable map:

ImmutableMap.of()
// or:
ImmutableMap.<String, String>of()

Granted, no big benefits here compared to Collections.emptyMap(). From the Javadoc:

This map behaves and performs comparably to Collections.emptyMap(), and is preferable mainly for consistency and maintainability of your code.

2) Map that you can modify:

Maps.newHashMap()
// or:
Maps.<String, String>newHashMap()

Maps contains similar factory methods for instantiating other types of maps as well, such as TreeMap or LinkedHashMap.


Update (2018): On Java 9 or newer, the shortest code for creating an immutable empty map is:

Map.of()

...using the new convenience factory methods from JEP 269.

java howto ArrayList push, pop, shift, and unshift

maybe you want to take a look java.util.Stack class. it has push, pop methods. and implemented List interface.

for shift/unshift, you can reference @Jon's answer.

however, something of ArrayList you may want to care about , arrayList is not synchronized. but Stack is. (sub-class of Vector). If you have thread-safe requirement, Stack may be better than ArrayList.

Elegant way to report missing values in a data.frame

Just use sapply

> sapply(airquality, function(x) sum(is.na(x)))
  Ozone Solar.R    Wind    Temp   Month     Day 
     37       7       0       0       0       0

You could also use apply or colSums on the matrix created by is.na()

> apply(is.na(airquality),2,sum)
  Ozone Solar.R    Wind    Temp   Month     Day 
     37       7       0       0       0       0
> colSums(is.na(airquality))
  Ozone Solar.R    Wind    Temp   Month     Day 
     37       7       0       0       0       0 

Handle Button click inside a row in RecyclerView

You can check if you have any similar entries first, if you get a collection with size 0, start a new query to save.

OR

more professional and faster way. create a cloud trigger (before save)

check out this answer https://stackoverflow.com/a/35194514/1388852

How to open warning/information/error dialog in Swing?

import javax.swing.JFrame;
import javax.swing.JOptionPane;

public class ErrorDialog {

  public static void main(String argv[]) {
    String message = "\"The Comedy of Errors\"\n"
        + "is considered by many scholars to be\n"
        + "the first play Shakespeare wrote";
    JOptionPane.showMessageDialog(new JFrame(), message, "Dialog",
        JOptionPane.ERROR_MESSAGE);
  }
}

Filter Pyspark dataframe column with None value

To obtain entries whose values in the dt_mvmt column are not null we have

df.filter("dt_mvmt is not NULL")

and for entries which are null we have

df.filter("dt_mvmt is NULL")

Is it possible to install iOS 6 SDK on Xcode 5?

I currently have Xcode 4.6.3 and 5.0 installed. I used the following bash script to link 5.0 to the SDKs in the old version:

platforms_path="$1/Contents/Developer/Platforms";
if [ -d $platforms_path ]; then
    for platform in `ls $platforms_path`
    do
        sudo ln -sf $platforms_path/$platform/Developer/SDKs/* $(xcode-select --print-path)/Platforms/$platform/Developer/SDKs;
    done;
fi;

You just need to supply it with the path to the .app:

./xcode.sh /Applications/Xcode-463.app

Get month and year from date cells Excel

You could right click on those cells, go to format, select custom, then type mm yyyy.

How to customize an end time for a YouTube video?

Youtube doesn't provide any option for an end time, but there alternative sites that provide this, like Tubechop. Otherwise try writing a function that either pauses video/skips to next when your when your video has played its desired duration.

OR: using the Youtube Javascript player API, you could do something like this:

function onPlayerStateChange(evt) {
    if (evt.data == YT.PlayerState.PLAYING && !done) {
        setTimeout(stopVideo, 6000);
        done = true;
    }
}

Youtube API blog

Is there a way to make mv create the directory to be moved to if it doesn't exist?

i accomplished this with the install command on linux:

root@logstash:# myfile=bash_history.log.2021-02-04.gz ; install -v -p -D $myfile /tmp/a/b/$myfile

bash_history.log.2021-02-04.gz -> /tmp/a/b/bash_history.log.2021-02-04.gz

the only downside being the file permissions are changed:

root@logstash:# ls -lh /tmp/a/b/

-rwxr-xr-x 1 root root 914 Fev  4 09:11 bash_history.log.2021-02-04.gz

if you dont mind resetting the permission, you can use:

-g, --group=GROUP   set group ownership, instead of process' current group
-m, --mode=MODE     set permission mode (as in chmod), instead of rwxr-xr-x
-o, --owner=OWNER   set ownership (super-user only)

I can't find my git.exe file in my Github folder

I found my git.exe here

C:\Program Files\Git\bin\git.exe

while installing git, it asks for the location. copy it and use it.

Creating a segue programmatically

I reverse-engineered and made an open source (re)implementation of UIStoryboard's segues: https://github.com/acoomans/Segway

With that library, you can define segues programmatically (without any storyboard).

Hope it may help.

TensorFlow: "Attempting to use uninitialized value" in variable initialization

I want to give my resolution, it work when i replace the line [session = tf.Session()] with [sess = tf.InteractiveSession()]. Hope this will be useful to others.

Instagram: Share photo from webpage

Updated June 2020

It is no longer possible... allegedly. If you have a Facebook or Instagram dedicated contact (because you work in either a big agency or with a big client) it may potentially be possible depending on your use case, but it's highly discouraged.


Before December 2019:

It is now "possible":

https://developers.facebook.com/docs/instagram-api/content-publishing

The Content Publishing API is a subset of Instagram Graph API endpoints that allow you to publish media objects. Publishing media objects with this API is a two step process — you first create a media object container, then publish the container on your Business Account.

Its worth noting that "The Content Publishing API is in closed beta with Facebook Marketing Partners and Instagram Partners only. We are not accepting new applicants at this time." from https://stackoverflow.com/a/49677468/445887

HTML5 pattern for formatting input box to take date mm/dd/yyyy?

pattern="[0-9]{1,2}/[0-9]{1,2}/[0-9]{4}"

This is pattern to enter the date for textbox in HTML5.
The first one[0-9]{1,2} will take only decimal number minimum 1 and maximum 2.
And other similarly.

How to get Tensorflow tensor dimensions (shape) as int values?

Another way to solve this is like this:

tensor_shape[0].value

This will return the int value of the Dimension object.

How to upload a file from Windows machine to Linux machine using command lines via PuTTy?

Try using SCP on Windows to transfer files, you can download SCP from Putty's website. Then try running:

pscp.exe filename.extension [email protected]:directory/subdirectory

There is a full length guide here.

PHP preg_match - only allow alphanumeric strings and - _ characters

Why to use regex? PHP has some built in functionality to do that

<?php
    $valid_symbols = array('-', '_');
    $string1 = "This is a string*";
    $string2 = "this_is-a-string";

    if(preg_match('/\s/',$string1) || !ctype_alnum(str_replace($valid_symbols, '', $string1))) {
        echo "String 1 not acceptable acceptable";
    }
?>

preg_match('/\s/',$username) will check for blank space

!ctype_alnum(str_replace($valid_symbols, '', $string1)) will check for valid_symbols

inherit from two classes in C#

An common alternative to inheritance is delegation (also called composition): X "has a" Y rather than X "is a" Y. So if A has functionality for dealing with Foos, and B has functionality for dealing with Bars, and you want both in C, then something like this:

public class A() {
  private FooManager fooManager = new FooManager(); // (or inject, if you have IoC)

  public void handleFoo(Foo foo) {
    fooManager.handleFoo(foo);
  }
}

public class B() {
  private BarManager barManager = new BarManager(); // (or inject, if you have IoC)

  public void handleBar(Bar bar) {
    barManager.handleBar(bar);
  }
}

public class C() {
  private FooManager fooManager = new FooManager(); // (or inject, if you have IoC)
  private BarManager barManager = new BarManager(); // (or inject, if you have IoC)

  ... etc
}

Send and receive messages through NSNotificationCenter in Objective-C?

SWIFT 5.1 of selected answer for newbies

class TestClass {
    deinit {
        // If you don't remove yourself as an observer, the Notification Center
        // will continue to try and send notification objects to the deallocated
        // object.
        NotificationCenter.default.removeObserver(self)
    }

    init() {
        super.init()

        // Add this instance of TestClass as an observer of the TestNotification.
        // We tell the notification center to inform us of "TestNotification"
        // notifications using the receiveTestNotification: selector. By
        // specifying object:nil, we tell the notification center that we are not
        // interested in who posted the notification. If you provided an actual
        // object rather than nil, the notification center will only notify you
        // when the notification was posted by that particular object.

        NotificationCenter.default.addObserver(self, selector: #selector(receiveTest(_:)), name: NSNotification.Name("TestNotification"), object: nil)
    }

    @objc func receiveTest(_ notification: Notification?) {
        // [notification name] should always be @"TestNotification"
        // unless you use this method for observation of other notifications
        // as well.

        if notification?.name.isEqual(toString: "TestNotification") != nil {
            print("Successfully received the test notification!")
        }
    }
}

... somewhere else in another class ...

 func someMethod(){
        // All instances of TestClass will be notified
        NotificationCenter.default.post(name: NSNotification.Name(rawValue: "TestNotification"), object: self)
 }

How to iterate through an ArrayList of Objects of ArrayList of Objects?

int i = 0; // Counter used to determine when you're at the 3rd gun
for (Gun g : gunList) { // For each gun in your list
    System.out.println(g); // Print out the gun
    if (i == 2) { // If you're at the third gun
        ArrayList<Bullet> bullets = g.getBullet(); // Get the list of bullets in the gun
        for (Bullet b : bullets) { // Then print every bullet
            System.out.println(b);
        }
    i++; // Don't forget to increment your counter so you know you're at the next gun
}

Check if input is integer type in C

I've been searching for a simpler solution using only loops and if statements, and this is what I came up with. The program also works with negative integers and correctly rejects any mixed inputs that may contain both integers and other characters.


#include <stdio.h>
#include <stdlib.h> // Used for atoi() function
#include <string.h> // Used for strlen() function

#define TRUE 1
#define FALSE 0

int main(void)
{
    char n[10]; // Limits characters to the equivalent of the 32 bits integers limit (10 digits)
    int intTest;
    printf("Give me an int: ");

    do
    {        
        scanf(" %s", n);

        intTest = TRUE; // Sets the default for the integer test variable to TRUE

        int i = 0, l = strlen(n);
        if (n[0] == '-') // Tests for the negative sign to correctly handle negative integer values
            i++;
        while (i < l)
        {            
            if (n[i] < '0' || n[i] > '9') // Tests the string characters for non-integer values
            {              
                intTest = FALSE; // Changes intTest variable from TRUE to FALSE and breaks the loop early
                break;
            }
            i++;
        }
        if (intTest == TRUE)
            printf("%i\n", atoi(n)); // Converts the string to an integer and prints the integer value
        else
            printf("Retry: "); // Prints "Retry:" if tested FALSE
    }
    while (intTest == FALSE); // Continues to ask the user to input a valid integer value
    return 0;
}

How to use an array list in Java?

If you use Java 1.5 or beyond you could use:

List<String> S = new ArrayList<String>();
s.add("My text");

for (String item : S) {
  System.out.println(item);
}

Cannot issue data manipulation statements with executeQuery()

executeQuery() returns a ResultSet. I'm not as familiar with Java/MySQL, but to create indexes you probably want a executeUpdate().

Is there a way to take a screenshot using Java and save it to some sort of image?

GraphicsEnvironment ge = GraphicsEnvironment.getLocalGraphicsEnvironment();  
GraphicsDevice[] screens = ge.getScreenDevices();       
Rectangle allScreenBounds = new Rectangle();  
for (GraphicsDevice screen : screens) {  
       Rectangle screenBounds = screen.getDefaultConfiguration().getBounds();        
       allScreenBounds.width += screenBounds.width;  
       allScreenBounds.height = Math.max(allScreenBounds.height, screenBounds.height);
       allScreenBounds.x=Math.min(allScreenBounds.x, screenBounds.x);
       allScreenBounds.y=Math.min(allScreenBounds.y, screenBounds.y);
      } 
Robot robot = new Robot();
BufferedImage bufferedImage = robot.createScreenCapture(allScreenBounds);
File file = new File("C:\\Users\\Joe\\Desktop\\scr.png");
if(!file.exists())
    file.createNewFile();
FileOutputStream fos = new FileOutputStream(file);
ImageIO.write( bufferedImage, "png", fos );

bufferedImage will contain a full screenshot, this was tested with three monitors

Action Bar's onClick listener for the Home button

Fixed: no need to use a setOnMenuItemClickListener. Just pressing the button, it creates and launches the activity through the intent.

Thanks a lot everybody for your help!

How to make image hover in css?

Here are some easy to folow steps and a great on hover tutorial its the examples that you can "play" with and test live.

http://fivera.net/simple-cool-live-examples-image-hover-css-effect/

How do I get the raw request body from the Request.Content object using .net 4 api endpoint

If you need to both get the raw content from the request, but also need to use a bound model version of it in the controller, you will likely get this exception.

NotSupportedException: Specified method is not supported. 

For example, your controller might look like this, leaving you wondering why the solution above doesn't work for you:

public async Task<IActionResult> Index(WebhookRequest request)
{
    using var reader = new StreamReader(HttpContext.Request.Body);

    // this won't fix your string empty problems
    // because exception will be thrown
    reader.BaseStream.Seek(0, SeekOrigin.Begin); 
    var body = await reader.ReadToEndAsync();

    // Do stuff
}

You'll need to take your model binding out of the method parameters, and manually bind yourself:

public async Task<IActionResult> Index()
{
    using var reader = new StreamReader(HttpContext.Request.Body);

    // You shouldn't need this line anymore.
    // reader.BaseStream.Seek(0, SeekOrigin.Begin);

    // You now have the body string raw
    var body = await reader.ReadToEndAsync();

    // As well as a bound model
    var request = JsonConvert.DeserializeObject<WebhookRequest>(body);
}

It's easy to forget this, and I've solved this issue before in the past, but just now had to relearn the solution. Hopefully my answer here will be a good reminder for myself...

What is the difference between CloseableHttpClient and HttpClient in Apache HttpClient API?

In the next major version of the library HttpClient interface is going to extend Closeable. Until then it is recommended to use CloseableHttpClient if compatibility with earlier 4.x versions (4.0, 4.1 and 4.2) is not required.

What is ".NET Core"?

.NET Core is a free and open-source, managed computer software framework for Windows, Linux, and macOS operating systems. It is an open source, cross platform successor to .NET Framework.

.NET Core applications are supported on Windows, Linux, and macOS. In a nutshell .NET Core is similar to .NET framework, but it is cross-platform, i.e., it allows the .NET applications to run on Windows, Linux and MacOS. .NET framework applications can only run on the Windows system. So the basic difference between .NET framework and .NET core is that .NET Core is cross platform and .NET framework only runs on Windows.

Furthermore, .NET Core has built-in dependency injection by Microsoft and you do not have to use third-party software/DLL files for dependency injection.

Getting HTML elements by their attribute names

You can get attribute using javascript,

element.getAttribute(attributeName);

Ex:

var wrap = document.getElementById("wrap");
var myattr = wrap.getAttribute("title");

Refer:

https://developer.mozilla.org/en/DOM/element.getAttribute

Maximum call stack size exceeded error

Sometimes happened because of convert data type , for example you have an object that you considered as string.

socket.id in nodejs either in js client as example, is not a string. to use it as string you have to add the word String before:

String(socket.id);

Should I use typescript? or I can just use ES6?

Decision tree between ES5, ES6 and TypeScript

Do you mind having a build step?

  • Yes - Use ES5
  • No - keep going

Do you want to use types?

  • Yes - Use TypeScript
  • No - Use ES6

More Details

ES5 is the JavaScript you know and use in the browser today it is what it is and does not require a build step to transform it into something that will run in today's browsers

ES6 (also called ES2015) is the next iteration of JavaScript, but it does not run in today's browsers. There are quite a few transpilers that will export ES5 for running in browsers. It is still a dynamic (read: untyped) language.

TypeScript provides an optional typing system while pulling in features from future versions of JavaScript (ES6 and ES7).

Note: a lot of the transpilers out there (i.e. babel, TypeScript) will allow you to use features from future versions of JavaScript today and exporting code that will still run in today's browsers.

How to create the most compact mapping n ? isprime(n) up to a limit N?

bool isPrime(int n)
{
    // Corner cases
    if (n <= 1)  return false;
    if (n <= 3)  return true;

    // This is checked so that we can skip 
    // middle five numbers in below loop
    if (n%2 == 0 || n%3 == 0) return false;

    for (int i=5; i*i<=n; i=i+6)
        if (n%i == 0 || n%(i+2) == 0)
           return false;

    return true;
}

this is just c++ implementation of above AKS algorithm

How to cut first n and last n columns?

You can use Bash for that:

while read -a cols; do echo ${cols[@]:0:1} ${cols[@]:1,-1}; done < file.txt