Programs & Examples On #Reloaddata

How to tell when UITableView has completed ReloadData?

In Swift 3.0 + we can create a an extension for UITableView with a escaped Closure like below :

extension UITableView {
    func reloadData(completion: @escaping () -> ()) {
        UIView.animate(withDuration: 0, animations: { self.reloadData()})
        {_ in completion() }
    }
}

And Use it like Below, wherever you want :

Your_Table_View.reloadData {
   print("reload done")
 }

hope this will help to someone. cheers!

How to generate random number in Bash?

Generate random number in the range of 0 to n (signed 16-bit integer). Result set in $RAND variable. For example:

#!/bin/bash

random()
{
    local range=${1:-1}

    RAND=`od -t uI -N 4 /dev/urandom | awk '{print $2}'`
    let "RAND=$RAND%($range+1)"
}

n=10
while [ $(( n -=1 )) -ge "0" ]; do
    random 500
    echo "$RAND"
done

PHP Email sending BCC

You have $headers .= '...'; followed by $headers = '...';; the second line is overwriting the first.

Just put the $headers .= "Bcc: $emailList\r\n"; say after the Content-type line and it should be fine.

On a side note, the To is generally required; mail servers might mark your message as spam otherwise.

$headers  = "From: [email protected]\r\n" .
  "X-Mailer: php\r\n";
$headers .= "MIME-Version: 1.0\r\n";
$headers .= "Content-Type: text/html; charset=ISO-8859-1\r\n";
$headers .= "Bcc: $emailList\r\n";

Extract the first (or last) n characters of a string

You can easily obtain Right() and Left() functions starting from the Rbase package:

  • right function

    right = function (string, char) {
        substr(string,nchar(string)-(char-1),nchar(string))
    }
    
  • left function

    left = function (string,char) {
        substr(string,1,char)
    }
    

you can use those two custom-functions exactly as left() and right() in excel. Hope you will find it useful

Mock HttpContext.Current in Test Init Method

If your application third party redirect internally, so it is better to mock HttpContext in below way :

HttpWorkerRequest initWorkerRequest = new SimpleWorkerRequest("","","","",new StringWriter(CultureInfo.InvariantCulture));
System.Web.HttpContext.Current = new HttpContext(initWorkerRequest);
System.Web.HttpContext.Current.Request.Browser = new HttpBrowserCapabilities();
System.Web.HttpContext.Current.Request.Browser.Capabilities = new Dictionary<string, string> { { "requiresPostRedirectionHandling", "false" } };

Finding the last index of an array

Use Array.GetUpperBound(0). Array.Length contains the number of items in the array, so reading Length -1 only works on the assumption that the array is zero based.

How to resize html canvas element?

Prototypes can be a hassle to work with, and from the _PROTO part of the error it appears your error is caused by, say, HTMLCanvasElement.prototype.width, possibly as an attempt to resize all the canvases at once.

As a suggestion, if you are trying to resize a number of canvases at once, you could try:

<canvas></canvas>
<canvas></canvas>
<canvas></canvas>
<script type="text/javascript">
    ...
</script>

In the JavaScript, instead of invoking a prototype, try this:

$$ = function(){
    return document.querySelectorAll.apply(document,arguments);
}
for(var i in $$('canvas')){
    canvas = $$('canvas')[i];
    canvas.width = canvas.width+100;
    canvas.height = canvas.height+100;
}

This would resize all the canvases by adding 100 px to their size, as is demonstrated in this example


Hope this helped.

Android background music service

@Synxmax's answer is correct when using a Service and the MediaPlayer class, however you also need to declare the Service in the Manifest for this to work, like so:

<service
    android:enabled="true"
    android:name="com.package.name.BackgroundSoundService" />

JavaScript window resize event

Solution for 2018+:

You should use ResizeObserver. It is a browser-native solution that has a much better performance than to use the resize event. In addition, it not only supports the event on the document but also on arbitrary elements.

var ro = new ResizeObserver( entries => {
  for (let entry of entries) {
    const cr = entry.contentRect;
    console.log('Element:', entry.target);
    console.log(`Element size: ${cr.width}px x ${cr.height}px`);
    console.log(`Element padding: ${cr.top}px ; ${cr.left}px`);
  }
});

// Observe one or multiple elements
ro.observe(someElement);

Currently, Firefox, Chrome, Safari, and Edge support it. For other (and older) browsers you have to use a polyfill.

How to check if an Object is a Collection Type in Java?

if (x instanceof Collection<?>){
}

if (x instanceof Map<?,?>){
}

What is the difference between Select and Project Operations

selection opertion is used to select a subset of tuple from the relation that satisfied selection condition It filter out those tuple that satisfied the condition .Selection opertion can be visualized as horizontal partition into two set of tuple - those tuple satisfied the condition are selected and those tuple do not select the condition are discarded sigma (R) projection opertion is used to select a attribute from the relation that satisfied selection condition . It filter out only those tuple that satisfied the condition . The projection opertion can be visualized as a vertically partition into two part -are those satisfied the condition are selected other discarded ?(R) attribute list is a num of attribute

Webview load html from assets directory

protected void onCreate(Bundle savedInstanceState) {
        super.onCreate(savedInstanceState);
        setContentView(R.layout.activity_main);
        WebView wb = new WebView(this);
        wb.loadUrl("file:///android_asset/index.html");
        setContentView(wb);
    }


keep your .html in `asset` folder

Exception : mockito wanted but not invoked, Actually there were zero interactions with this mock

@Jk1's answer is fine, but Mockito also allows for more succinct injection using annotations:

@InjectMocks MyClass myClass; //@InjectMocks automatically instantiates too
@Mock MyInterface myInterface

But regardless of which method you use, the annotations are not being processed (not even your @Mock) unless you somehow call the static MockitoAnnotation.initMocks() or annotate the class with @RunWith(MockitoJUnitRunner.class).

How to make script execution wait until jquery is loaded

A tangential note on the approaches here that load use setTimeout or setInterval. In those cases it's possible that when your check runs again, the DOM will already have loaded, and the browser's DOMContentLoaded event will have been fired, so you can't detect that event reliably using these approaches. What I found is that jQuery's ready still works, though, so you can embed your usual

jQuery(document).ready(function ($) { ... }

inside your setTimeout or setInterval and everything should work as normal.

Array slices in C#

If you want IEnumerable<byte>, then just

IEnumerable<byte> data = foo.Take(x);

"android.view.WindowManager$BadTokenException: Unable to add window" on buider.show()

  • first you cannot extend AsyncTask without override doInBackground
  • second try to create AlterDailog from the builder then call show().

    private boolean visible = false;
    class chkSubscription extends AsyncTask<String, Void, String>
    {
    
        protected void onPostExecute(String result)
        {
            AlertDialog.Builder builder = new AlertDialog.Builder(MainActivity.this);
            builder.setCancelable(true);
            builder.setMessage(sucObject);
            builder.setInverseBackgroundForced(true);
            builder.setNeutralButton("Ok", new DialogInterface.OnClickListener() {
                public void onClick(DialogInterface dialog, int whichButton)
                {
                    dialog.dismiss();
                }
            });
    
            AlertDialog myAlertDialog = builder.create();
            if(visible) myAlertDialog.show();
        }
    
        @Override
        protected String doInBackground(String... arg0)
        {
            // TODO Auto-generated method stub
            return null;
        }
    }
    
    
    @Override
    protected void onResume()
    {
        // TODO Auto-generated method stub
        super.onResume();
        visible = true;
    }
    
    @Override
    protected void onStop()
    {
        visible = false; 
        super.onStop();
    }
    

How to get address of a pointer in c/c++?

You can use the %p formatter. It's always best practice cast your pointer void* before printing.

The C standard says:

The argument shall be a pointer to void. The value of the pointer is converted to a sequence of printing characters, in an implementation-defined manner.

Here's how you do it:

printf("%p", (void*)p);

Git - fatal: Unable to create '/path/my_project/.git/index.lock': File exists

Also we can just kill git process. I receive the same issue via GUI app for git, something goes wrong and git makes some work infinitely. Killing process will freeze application that works with git, just restart it and everything will be ok.

TimePicker Dialog from clicking EditText

Why not write in a re-usable way ?

Create SetTime class:

class SetTime implements OnFocusChangeListener, OnTimeSetListener {   

       private EditText editText;
       private Calendar myCalendar;

       public SetTime(EditText editText, Context ctx){
           this.editText = editText;
           this.editText.setOnFocusChangeListener(this);
           this.myCalendar = Calendar.getInstance();

       }

        @Override
        public void onFocusChange(View v, boolean hasFocus) {
            // TODO Auto-generated method stub
            if(hasFocus){
                int hour = myCalendar.get(Calendar.HOUR_OF_DAY);
                int minute = myCalendar.get(Calendar.MINUTE);
                new TimePickerDialog(ctx, this, hour, minute, true).show();
            }
        }

        @Override
        public void onTimeSet(TimePicker view, int hourOfDay, int minute) {
            // TODO Auto-generated method stub
            this.editText.setText( hourOfDay + ":" + minute);
        }

    }

Then call it from onCreate function:

    EditText editTextFromTime = (EditText) findViewById(R.id.editTextFromTime);
    SetTime fromTime = new SetTime(editTextFromTime, this);

Default nginx client_max_body_size

You have to increase client_max_body_size in nginx.conf file. This is the basic step. But if your backend laravel then you have to do some changes in the php.ini file as well. It depends on your backend. Below I mentioned file location and condition name.

sudo vim /etc/nginx/nginx.conf.

After open the file adds this into HTTP section.

client_max_body_size 100M;

stop all instances of node.js server

You can use lsof get the process that has bound to the required port.

Unfortunately the flags seem to be different depending on system, but on Mac OS X you can run

lsof -Pi | grep LISTEN

For example, on my machine I get something like:

mongod     8662 jacob    6u  IPv4 0x17ceae4e0970fbe9      0t0  TCP localhost:27017 (LISTEN)
mongod     8662 jacob    7u  IPv4 0x17ceae4e0f9c24b1      0t0  TCP localhost:28017 (LISTEN)
memcached  8680 jacob   17u  IPv4 0x17ceae4e0971f7d1      0t0  TCP *:11211 (LISTEN)
memcached  8680 jacob   18u  IPv6 0x17ceae4e0bdf6479      0t0  TCP *:11211 (LISTEN)
mysqld     9394 jacob   10u  IPv4 0x17ceae4e080c4001      0t0  TCP *:3306 (LISTEN)
redis-ser 75429 jacob    4u  IPv4 0x17ceae4e1ba8ea59      0t0  TCP localhost:6379 (LISTEN)

The second number is the PID and the port they're listening to is on the right before "(LISTEN)". Find the rogue PID and kill -9 $PID to terminate with extreme prejudice.

Simulate user input in bash script

You should find the 'expect' command will do what you need it to do. Its widely available. See here for an example : http://www.thegeekstuff.com/2010/10/expect-examples/

(very rough example)

#!/usr/bin/expect
set pass "mysecret"

spawn /usr/bin/passwd

expect "password: "
send "$pass"
expect "password: "
send "$pass"

Sorting a list using Lambda/Linq to objects

Sort uses the IComparable interface, if the type implements it. And you can avoid the ifs by implementing a custom IComparer:

class EmpComp : IComparer<Employee>
{
    string fieldName;
    public EmpComp(string fieldName)
    {
        this.fieldName = fieldName;
    }

    public int Compare(Employee x, Employee y)
    {
        // compare x.fieldName and y.fieldName
    }
}

and then

list.Sort(new EmpComp(sortBy));

Java: How can I compile an entire directory structure of code ?

Following is the method I found:

1) Make a list of files with relative paths in a file (say FilesList.txt) as follows (either space separated or line separated):

foo/AccessTestInterface.java
foo/goo/AccessTestInterfaceImpl.java

2) Use the command:

javac @FilesList.txt -d classes

This will compile all the files and put the class files inside classes directory.

Now easy way to create FilesList.txt is this: Go to your source root directory.

dir *.java /s /b > FilesList.txt

But, this will populate absolute path. Using a text editor "Replace All" the path up to source directory (include \ in the end) with "" (i.e. empty string) and Save.

Bootstrap combining rows (rowspan)

Note: This was for Bootstrap 2 (relevant when the question was asked).

You can accomplish this by using row-fluid to make a fluid (percentage) based row inside an existing block.

<div class="row">
   <div class="span5">span5</div>
   <div class="span3">span3</div>
   <div class="span2">
      <div class="row-fluid">
         <div class="span12">span2</div>
         <div class="span12">span2</div>
      </div>
   </div>
   <div class="span2">span2</div>
</div>
<div class="row">
   <div class="span6">
      <div class="row-fluid">
         <div class="span12">span6</div>
         <div class="span12">span6</div>
      </div>
   </div>
   <div class="span6">span6</div>
</div>

Here's a JSFiddle example.

I did notice that there was an odd left margin that appears (or does not appear) for the spans inside of the row-fluid after the first one. This can be fixed with a small CSS tweak (it's the same CSS that is applied to the first child, expanded to those past the first child):

.row-fluid [class*="span"] {
    margin-left: 0;
}

Vertical dividers on horizontal UL menu

Quite and simple without any "having to specify the first element". CSS is more powerful than most think (e.g. the first-child:before is great!). But this is by far the cleanest and most proper way to do this, at least in my opinion it is.

#navigation ul
{
    margin: 0;
    padding: 0;
}

#navigation ul li
{
    list-style-type: none;
    display: inline;
}

#navigation li:not(:first-child):before {
    content: " | ";
}

Now just use a simple unordered list in HTML and it'll populate it for you. HTML should look like this:

<div id="navigation">
    <ul>
        <li><a href="#">Home</a></li>
        <li><a href="#">About Us</a></li>
        <li><a href="#">Support</a></li>
    </ul>
</div><!-- navigation -->

The result will be just like this:

HOME | ABOUT US | SUPPORT

Now you can indefinitely expand and never have to worry about order, changing links, or your first entry. It's all automated and works great!

Typescript Date Type?

Typescript recognizes the Date interface out of the box - just like you would with a number, string, or custom type. So Just use:

myDate : Date;

How to rename files and folder in Amazon S3?

You can either use AWS CLI or s3cmd command to rename the files and folders in AWS S3 bucket.

Using S3cmd, use the following syntax to rename a folder,

s3cmd --recursive mv s3://<s3_bucketname>/<old_foldername>/ s3://<s3_bucketname>/<new_folder_name>

Using AWS CLI, use the following syntax to rename a folder,

aws s3 --recursive mv s3://<s3_bucketname>/<old_foldername>/ s3://<s3_bucketname>/<new_folder_name>

How to calculate date difference in JavaScript?

var DateDiff = {

    inDays: function(d1, d2) {
        var t2 = d2.getTime();
        var t1 = d1.getTime();

        return parseInt((t2-t1)/(24*3600*1000));
    },

    inWeeks: function(d1, d2) {
        var t2 = d2.getTime();
        var t1 = d1.getTime();

        return parseInt((t2-t1)/(24*3600*1000*7));
    },

    inMonths: function(d1, d2) {
        var d1Y = d1.getFullYear();
        var d2Y = d2.getFullYear();
        var d1M = d1.getMonth();
        var d2M = d2.getMonth();

        return (d2M+12*d2Y)-(d1M+12*d1Y);
    },

    inYears: function(d1, d2) {
        return d2.getFullYear()-d1.getFullYear();
    }
}

var dString = "May, 20, 1984";

var d1 = new Date(dString);
var d2 = new Date();

document.write("<br />Number of <b>days</b> since "+dString+": "+DateDiff.inDays(d1, d2));
document.write("<br />Number of <b>weeks</b> since "+dString+": "+DateDiff.inWeeks(d1, d2));
document.write("<br />Number of <b>months</b> since "+dString+": "+DateDiff.inMonths(d1, d2));
document.write("<br />Number of <b>years</b> since "+dString+": "+DateDiff.inYears(d1, d2));

Code sample taken from here.

Why this "Implicit declaration of function 'X'"?

summation and your other functions are defined after they're used in main, and so the compiler has made a guess about it's signature; in other words, an implicit declaration has been assumed.

You should declare the function before it's used and get rid of the warning. In the C99 specification, this is an error.

Either move the function bodies before main, or include method signatures before main, e.g.:

#include <stdio.h>

int summation(int *, int *, int *);

int main()
{
    // ...

Normalizing images in OpenCV

If you want to change the range to [0, 1], make sure the output data type is float.

image = cv2.imread("lenacolor512.tiff", cv2.IMREAD_COLOR)  # uint8 image
norm_image = cv2.normalize(image, None, alpha=0, beta=1, norm_type=cv2.NORM_MINMAX, dtype=cv2.CV_32F)

"commence before first target. Stop." error

It's a simple Mistake while adding a new file you just have to make sure that \ is added to the file before and the new file remain as it is eg.

Check Out what to do if i want to add a new file named customer.cc

In MS DOS copying several files to one file

make sure you have mapped the y: drive, or copy all the files to local dir c:/local

c:/local> copy *.* c:/newfile.txt

Check if Variable is Empty - Angular 2

You can play here with different types and check the output,

Demo

export class ParentCmp {
  myVar:stirng="micronyks";
  myVal:any;
  myArray:Array[]=[1,2,3];
  myArr:Array[];

    constructor() {
      if(this.myVar){
         console.log('has value')     // answer
      }
      else{
        console.log('no value');
      }

      if(this.myVal){
         console.log('has value') 
      }
      else{
        console.log('no value');      //answer
      }


       if(this.myArray){
          console.log('has value')    //answer
       }
       else{
          console.log('no value');
       }

       if(this.myArr){
             console.log('has value')
       }
       else{
             console.log('no value');  //answer
       }
    } 

}

Getting an "ambiguous redirect" error

I just had this error in a bash script. The issue was an accidental \ at the end of the previous line that was giving an error.

What is the Python equivalent of Matlab's tic and toc functions?

pip install easy-tictoc

In the code:

from tictoc import tic, toc

tic()

#Some code

toc()

Disclaimer: I'm the author of this library.

file path Windows format to java format

String path = "C:\\Documents and Settings\\someDir";
path = path.replaceAll("\\\\", "/");

In Windows you should use four backslash but not two.

BLOB to String, SQL Server

CREATE OR REPLACE FUNCTION HASTANE.getXXXXX(p_rowid in rowid) return VARCHAR2
  as
          l_data long;
  begin
         select XXXXXX into l_data from XXXXX where rowid = p_rowid;
         return substr( l_data, 1, 4000);
  end getlabrapor1;

C programming in Visual Studio

Short answer: Yes, you need to rename .cpp files to c, so you can write C: https://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/bb384838.aspx?f=255&MSPPError=-2147217396

From the link above:

By default, the Visual C++ compiler treats all files that end in .c as C source code, and all files that end in .cpp as C++ source code. To force the compiler to treat all files as C regardless of file name extension, use the /Tc compiler option.

That being said, I do not recommend learning C language in Visual Studio, why VS? It does have lots of features you are not going to use while learning C

Multidimensional arrays in Swift

As stated by the other answers, you are adding the same array of rows to each column. To create a multidimensional array you must use a loop

var NumColumns = 27
var NumRows = 52
var array = Array<Array<Double>>()
for column in 0..NumColumns {
    array.append(Array(count:NumRows, repeatedValue:Double()))
}

How do I get the computer name in .NET

System.Environment.MachineName

Resolve promises one after another (i.e. in sequence)?

As Bergi noticed, I think the best and clear solution is use BlueBird.each, code below:

const BlueBird = require('bluebird');
BlueBird.each(files, fs.readFileAsync);

Remove duplicates in the list using linq

You have three option here for removing duplicate item in your List:

  1. Use a a custom equality comparer and then use Distinct(new DistinctItemComparer()) as @Christian Hayter mentioned.
  2. Use GroupBy, but please note in GroupBy you should Group by all of the columns because if you just group by Id it doesn't remove duplicate items always. For example consider the following example:

    List<Item> a = new List<Item>
    {
        new Item {Id = 1, Name = "Item1", Code = "IT00001", Price = 100},
        new Item {Id = 2, Name = "Item2", Code = "IT00002", Price = 200},
        new Item {Id = 3, Name = "Item3", Code = "IT00003", Price = 150},
        new Item {Id = 1, Name = "Item1", Code = "IT00001", Price = 100},
        new Item {Id = 3, Name = "Item3", Code = "IT00003", Price = 150},
        new Item {Id = 3, Name = "Item3", Code = "IT00004", Price = 250}
    };
    var distinctItems = a.GroupBy(x => x.Id).Select(y => y.First());
    

    The result for this grouping will be:

    {Id = 1, Name = "Item1", Code = "IT00001", Price = 100}
    {Id = 2, Name = "Item2", Code = "IT00002", Price = 200}
    {Id = 3, Name = "Item3", Code = "IT00003", Price = 150}
    

    Which is incorrect because it considers {Id = 3, Name = "Item3", Code = "IT00004", Price = 250} as duplicate. So the correct query would be:

    var distinctItems = a.GroupBy(c => new { c.Id , c.Name , c.Code , c.Price})
                         .Select(c => c.First()).ToList();
    

    3.Override Equal and GetHashCode in item class:

    public class Item
    {
        public int Id { get; set; }
        public string Name { get; set; }
        public string Code { get; set; }
        public int Price { get; set; }
    
        public override bool Equals(object obj)
        {
            if (!(obj is Item))
                return false;
            Item p = (Item)obj;
            return (p.Id == Id && p.Name == Name && p.Code == Code && p.Price == Price);
        }
        public override int GetHashCode()
        {
            return String.Format("{0}|{1}|{2}|{3}", Id, Name, Code, Price).GetHashCode();
        }
    }
    

    Then you can use it like this:

    var distinctItems = a.Distinct();
    

How to save python screen output to a text file

A quick and dirty hack to do this within the script is to direct the screen output to a file:

import sys 

stdoutOrigin=sys.stdout 
sys.stdout = open("log.txt", "w")

and then reverting back to outputting to screen at the end of your code:

sys.stdout.close()
sys.stdout=stdoutOrigin

This should work for a simple code, but for a complex code there are other more formal ways of doing it such as using Python logging.

Delete all rows in a table based on another table

Referencing MSDN T-SQL DELETE (Example D):

DELETE FROM Table1
FROM Tabel1 t1
   INNER JOIN Table2 t2 on t1.ID = t2.ID

How to compare dates in datetime fields in Postgresql?

Use Date convert to compare with date: Try This:

select * from table 
where TO_DATE(to_char(timespanColumn,'YYYY-MM-DD'),'YYYY-MM-DD') = to_timestamp('2018-03-26', 'YYYY-MM-DD')

Toolbar navigation icon never set

Currently you can use it, changing the order: (it seems to be a bug)

Toolbar toolbar = (Toolbar) findViewById(R.id.my_awesome_toolbar);
setSupportActionBar(toolbar);

toolbar.setNavigationIcon(R.drawable.ic_good);
toolbar.setTitle("Title");
toolbar.setSubtitle("Sub");
toolbar.setLogo(R.drawable.ic_launcher);

how do I get the bullet points of a <ul> to center with the text?

Here's how you do it.

First, decorate your list this way:

<div class="p">
<div class="text-bullet-centered">&#8277;</div>
text text text text text text text text text text text text text text text text 
text text text text text text text text text text text text text text text text 
text text text text text text text text text text text text text text text text 
text text text text text text text text text text text text text text text text 
</div>
<div class="p">
<div class="text-bullet-centered">&#8277;</div>
text text text text text text text text text text text text text text text text 
text text text text text text text text text text text text text text text text 
text text text text text text text text text text text text text text text text 
text text text text text text text text text text text text text text text text 
</div>

Add this CSS:

.p {
    position: relative;
    margin: 20px;
    margin-left: 50px;
}
.text-bullet-centered {
    position: absolute;
    left: -40px;
    top: 50%;
    transform: translate(0%,-50%);
    font-weight: bold;
}

And voila, it works. Resize a window, to see that it indeed works.

As a bonus, you can easily change font and color of bullets, which is very hard to do with normal lists.

_x000D_
_x000D_
.p {_x000D_
  position: relative;_x000D_
  margin: 20px;_x000D_
  margin-left: 50px;_x000D_
}_x000D_
_x000D_
.text-bullet-centered {_x000D_
  position: absolute;_x000D_
  left: -40px;_x000D_
  top: 50%;_x000D_
  transform: translate(0%, -50%);_x000D_
  font-weight: bold;_x000D_
}
_x000D_
<div class="p">_x000D_
  <div class="text-bullet-centered">&#8277;</div>_x000D_
  text text text text text text text text text text text text text text text text text text text text text text text text text text text text text text text text text text text text text text text text text text text text text text text text text text text_x000D_
  text text text text text text text text text text text text text_x000D_
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how to delete all commit history in github?

If you are sure you want to remove all commit history, simply delete the .git directory in your project root (note that it's hidden). Then initialize a new repository in the same folder and link it to the GitHub repository:

git init
git remote add origin [email protected]:user/repo

now commit your current version of code

git add *
git commit -am 'message'

and finally force the update to GitHub:

git push -f origin master

However, I suggest backing up the history (the .git folder in the repository) before taking these steps!

ERROR in The Angular Compiler requires TypeScript >=3.1.1 and <3.2.0 but 3.2.1 was found instead

Got a similar error from CircleCi's error log.

"ERROR in The Angular Compiler requires TypeScript >=3.1.1 and <3.3.0 but 3.3.3333 was found instead."

Just so you know this did not affect the Angular application, but the CircleCi error was becoming annoying. I am running Angular 7.1

I ran: $ npm i [email protected] --save-dev --save-exact to update the package-lock.json file.

Then I ran: $ npm i

After that I ran: $ npm audit fix

"This CircleCi error message" went away. So it works

How to make in CSS an overlay over an image?

You can achieve this with this simple CSS/HTML:

.image-container {
    position: relative;
    width: 200px;
    height: 300px;
}
.image-container .after {
    position: absolute;
    top: 0;
    left: 0;
    width: 100%;
    height: 100%;
    display: none;
    color: #FFF;
}
.image-container:hover .after {
    display: block;
    background: rgba(0, 0, 0, .6);
}

HTML

<div class="image-container">
    <img src="http://lorempixel.com/300/200" />
    <div class="after">This is some content</div>
</div>

Demo: http://jsfiddle.net/6Mt3Q/


UPD: Here is one nice final demo with some extra stylings.

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Has an event handler already been added?

This example shows how to use the method GetInvocationList() to retrieve delegates to all the handlers that have been added. If you are looking to see if a specific handler (function) has been added then you can use array.

public class MyClass
{
  event Action MyEvent;
}

...

MyClass myClass = new MyClass();
myClass.MyEvent += SomeFunction;

...

Action[] handlers = myClass.MyEvent.GetInvocationList(); //this will be an array of 1 in this example

Console.WriteLine(handlers[0].Method.Name);//prints the name of the method

You can examine various properties on the Method property of the delegate to see if a specific function has been added.

If you are looking to see if there is just one attached, you can just test for null.

How to call another components function in angular2

  1. Add injectable decorator to component2(or any component which have the method)
@Injectable({
    providedIn: 'root'
})
  1. Inject into component1 (the component from where component2 method will be called)
constructor(public comp2 : component2) { }
  1. Define method in component1 from where component2 method is called
method1()
{
    this.comp2.method2();
}

component 1 and component 2 code below.

import {Component2} from './Component2';

@Component({
  selector: 'sel-comp1',
  templateUrl: './comp1.html',
  styleUrls: ['./comp1.scss']
})
export class Component1 implements OnInit {
  show = false;
  constructor(public comp2: Component2) { }
method1()
 {
   this.comp2.method2(); 
  }
}


@Component({
  selector: 'sel-comp2',
  templateUrl: './comp2.html',
  styleUrls: ['./comp2.scss']
})
export class Component2 implements OnInit {
  method2()
{
  alert('called comp2 method from comp1');
}

How to get the nvidia driver version from the command line?

Using nvidia-smi should tell you that:

bwood@mybox:~$ nvidia-smi 
Mon Oct 29 12:30:02 2012       
+------------------------------------------------------+                       
| NVIDIA-SMI 3.295.41   Driver Version: 295.41         |                       
|-------------------------------+----------------------+----------------------+
| Nb.  Name                     | Bus Id        Disp.  | Volatile ECC SB / DB |
| Fan   Temp   Power Usage /Cap | Memory Usage         | GPU Util. Compute M. |
|===============================+======================+======================|
| 0.  GeForce GTX 580           | 0000:25:00.0  N/A    |       N/A        N/A |
|  54%   70 C  N/A   N/A /  N/A |  25%  383MB / 1535MB |  N/A      Default    |
|-------------------------------+----------------------+----------------------|
| Compute processes:                                               GPU Memory |
|  GPU  PID     Process name                                       Usage      |
|=============================================================================|
|  0.           Not Supported                                                 |
+-----------------------------------------------------------------------------+

.htaccess not working on localhost with XAMPP

Without seeing your system it's hard to tell what's wrong but try the following (comment answer if these didn't work WITH log error messages)

[STOP your Apache server instance. Ensure it's not running!]

1) move apache server/install to a folder that has no long file names and spaces

2) check httpd.conf in install\conf folder and look for AccessFileName. If it's .htaccess change it to a file name windows accepts (e.g. conf.htaccess)

3) double-check that your htaccess file gets read: add some uninterpretable garbage to it and start server: you should get an Error 500. If you don't, file is not getting read, re-visit httpd.conf file (if that looks OK, check if this is the only file which defines htaccess and it's location and it does at one place -within the file- only; also check if both httpd.conf and htaccess files are accessible: not encrypted, file access rights are not limited, drive/path available -and no long folder path and file names-)
STOP Apache again, then go on:
4) If you have IIS too on your system, stop it (uninstall it too if you can) from services.msc

5) Add the following to the top of your valid htaccess file:
RewriteEngine On
RewriteLog "/path/logs/rewrite.log" #make sure path is there!
RewriteLogLevel 9

6) Empty your [apache]\logs folder (if you use another folder, then that one :)

7) Check the following entries are set and correct:
Action application/x-httpd-php "c:/your-php5-path/php-cgi.exe"
LoadModule php5_module "c:/your-php5-path/php5apache2.dll"
LoadModule rewrite_module modules/mod_rewrite.so
Avoid long path names and spaces in folder names for phpX install too!

8) START apache server

You can do all the steps above or go one-by-one, your call. But at the end of the day make sure you tried everything above!
If system still blows up and you can't fix it, copy&paste error message(s) from log folder for further assistance

Javascript - get array of dates between 2 dates

I'm using simple while loop to calculate the between dates

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var end = new Date("06/30/2017");
var newend = end.setDate(end.getDate()+1);
end = new Date(newend);
while(start < end){
   console.log(new Date(start).getTime() / 1000); // unix timestamp format
   console.log(start); // ISO Date format          
   var newDate = start.setDate(start.getDate() + 1);
   start = new Date(newDate);
}
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How can I display just a portion of an image in HTML/CSS?

Another alternative is the following, although not the cleanest as it assumes the image to be the only element in a container, such as in this case:

<header class="siteHeader">
  <img src="img" class="siteLogo" />
</header>

You can then use the container as a mask with the desired size, and surround the image with a negative margin to move it into the right position:

.siteHeader{
    width: 50px;
    height: 50px;
    overflow: hidden;
}

.siteHeader .siteLogo{
    margin: -100px;
}

Demo can be seen in this JSFiddle.

Only seems to work in IE>9, and probably all significant versions of all other browsers.

Why can't I reference System.ComponentModel.DataAnnotations?

I had same problem, I solved this problem by following way.

Right click on page, select Property. in build action select Content.

Hope that this solution may help you.

Search for all files in project containing the text 'querystring' in Eclipse

Yes, you can do this quite easily. Click on your project in the project explorer or Navigator, go to the Search menu at the top, click File..., input your search string, and make sure that 'Selected Resources' or 'Enclosing Projects' is selected, then hit search. The alternative way to open the window is with Ctrl-H. This may depend on your keyboard accelerator configuration.

More details: http://www.ehow.com/how_4742705_file-eclipse.html and http://www.avajava.com/tutorials/lessons/how-do-i-do-a-find-and-replace-in-multiple-files-in-eclipse.html

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(source: avajava.com)

C# windows application Event: CLR20r3 on application start

To solve CLR20r3 problem set - Local User Policy \ Computer Configuration \ Windows Settings \ Security Settings \ Local Policies \ Security Options - System cryptography: Use FIPS 140 compliant cryptographic algorithms, including encryption, hashing and signing - Disable

Ruby on Rails form_for select field with class

You can also add prompt option like this.

<%= f.select(:object_field, ['Item 1', 'Item 2'], {include_blank: "Select something"}, { :class => 'my_style_class' }) %>

Add ... if string is too long PHP

<?php
function truncate($string, $length, $stopanywhere=false) {
    //truncates a string to a certain char length, stopping on a word if not specified otherwise.
    if (strlen($string) > $length) {
        //limit hit!
        $string = substr($string,0,($length -3));
        if ($stopanywhere) {
            //stop anywhere
            $string .= '...';
        } else{
            //stop on a word.
            $string = substr($string,0,strrpos($string,' ')).'...';
        }
    }
    return $string;
}
?>

I use the above code snippet many-a-times..

When should static_cast, dynamic_cast, const_cast and reinterpret_cast be used?

static_cast is the first cast you should attempt to use. It does things like implicit conversions between types (such as int to float, or pointer to void*), and it can also call explicit conversion functions (or implicit ones). In many cases, explicitly stating static_cast isn't necessary, but it's important to note that the T(something) syntax is equivalent to (T)something and should be avoided (more on that later). A T(something, something_else) is safe, however, and guaranteed to call the constructor.

static_cast can also cast through inheritance hierarchies. It is unnecessary when casting upwards (towards a base class), but when casting downwards it can be used as long as it doesn't cast through virtual inheritance. It does not do checking, however, and it is undefined behavior to static_cast down a hierarchy to a type that isn't actually the type of the object.


const_cast can be used to remove or add const to a variable; no other C++ cast is capable of removing it (not even reinterpret_cast). It is important to note that modifying a formerly const value is only undefined if the original variable is const; if you use it to take the const off a reference to something that wasn't declared with const, it is safe. This can be useful when overloading member functions based on const, for instance. It can also be used to add const to an object, such as to call a member function overload.

const_cast also works similarly on volatile, though that's less common.


dynamic_cast is exclusively used for handling polymorphism. You can cast a pointer or reference to any polymorphic type to any other class type (a polymorphic type has at least one virtual function, declared or inherited). You can use it for more than just casting downwards – you can cast sideways or even up another chain. The dynamic_cast will seek out the desired object and return it if possible. If it can't, it will return nullptr in the case of a pointer, or throw std::bad_cast in the case of a reference.

dynamic_cast has some limitations, though. It doesn't work if there are multiple objects of the same type in the inheritance hierarchy (the so-called 'dreaded diamond') and you aren't using virtual inheritance. It also can only go through public inheritance - it will always fail to travel through protected or private inheritance. This is rarely an issue, however, as such forms of inheritance are rare.


reinterpret_cast is the most dangerous cast, and should be used very sparingly. It turns one type directly into another — such as casting the value from one pointer to another, or storing a pointer in an int, or all sorts of other nasty things. Largely, the only guarantee you get with reinterpret_cast is that normally if you cast the result back to the original type, you will get the exact same value (but not if the intermediate type is smaller than the original type). There are a number of conversions that reinterpret_cast cannot do, too. It's used primarily for particularly weird conversions and bit manipulations, like turning a raw data stream into actual data, or storing data in the low bits of a pointer to aligned data.


C-style cast and function-style cast are casts using (type)object or type(object), respectively, and are functionally equivalent. They are defined as the first of the following which succeeds:

  • const_cast
  • static_cast (though ignoring access restrictions)
  • static_cast (see above), then const_cast
  • reinterpret_cast
  • reinterpret_cast, then const_cast

It can therefore be used as a replacement for other casts in some instances, but can be extremely dangerous because of the ability to devolve into a reinterpret_cast, and the latter should be preferred when explicit casting is needed, unless you are sure static_cast will succeed or reinterpret_cast will fail. Even then, consider the longer, more explicit option.

C-style casts also ignore access control when performing a static_cast, which means that they have the ability to perform an operation that no other cast can. This is mostly a kludge, though, and in my mind is just another reason to avoid C-style casts.

char initial value in Java

As you will see in linked discussion there is no need for initializing char with special character as it's done for us and is represented by '\u0000' character code.

So if we want simply to check if specified char was initialized just write:

if(charVariable != '\u0000'){
 actionsOnInitializedCharacter();
}

Link to question: what's the default value of char?

Get index of current item in a PowerShell loop

I am not sure it's possible with an "automatic" variable. You can always declare one for yourself and increment it:

$letters = { 'A', 'B', 'C' }
$letters | % {$counter = 0}{...;$counter++}

Or use a for loop instead...

for ($counter=0; $counter -lt $letters.Length; $counter++){...}

COALESCE with Hive SQL

nvl(value,defaultvalue) as Columnname

will set the missing values to defaultvalue specified

How to find the most recent file in a directory using .NET, and without looping?

private List<FileInfo> GetLastUpdatedFileInDirectory(DirectoryInfo directoryInfo)
{
    FileInfo[] files = directoryInfo.GetFiles();
    List<FileInfo> lastUpdatedFile = null;
    DateTime lastUpdate = new DateTime(1, 0, 0);
    foreach (FileInfo file in files)
    {
        if (file.LastAccessTime > lastUpdate)
        {
            lastUpdatedFile.Add(file);
            lastUpdate = file.LastAccessTime;
        }
    }

    return lastUpdatedFile;
}

Node.js - How to send data from html to express

I'd like to expand on Obertklep's answer. In his example it is an NPM module called body-parser which is doing most of the work. Where he puts req.body.name, I believe he/she is using body-parser to get the contents of the name attribute(s) received when the form is submitted.

If you do not want to use Express, use querystring which is a built-in Node module. See the answers in the link below for an example of how to use querystring.

It might help to look at this answer, which is very similar to your quest.

Is it valid to define functions in JSON results?

A short answer is NO...

JSON is a text format that is completely language independent but uses conventions that are familiar to programmers of the C-family of languages, including C, C++, C#, Java, JavaScript, Perl, Python, and many others. These properties make JSON an ideal data-interchange language.

Look at the reason why:

When exchanging data between a browser and a server, the data can only be text.

JSON is text, and we can convert any JavaScript object into JSON, and send JSON to the server.

We can also convert any JSON received from the server into JavaScript objects.

This way we can work with the data as JavaScript objects, with no complicated parsing and translations.

But wait...

There is still ways to store your function, it's widely not recommended to that, but still possible:

We said, you can save a string... how about converting your function to a string then?

const data = {func: '()=>"a FUNC"'};

Then you can stringify data using JSON.stringify(data) and then using JSON.parse to parse it (if this step needed)...

And eval to execute a string function (before doing that, just let you know using eval widely not recommended):

eval(data.func)(); //return "a FUNC"

How to get Map data using JDBCTemplate.queryForMap

To add to @BrianBeech's answer, this is even more trimmed down in java 8:

jdbcTemplate.query("select string1,string2 from table where x=1", (ResultSet rs) -> {
    HashMap<String,String> results = new HashMap<>();
    while (rs.next()) {
        results.put(rs.getString("string1"), rs.getString("string2"));
    }
    return results;
});

Java Switch Statement - Is "or"/"and" possible?

The above are all excellent answers. I just wanted to add that when there are multiple characters to check against, an if-else might turn out better since you could instead write the following.

// switch on vowels, digits, punctuation, or consonants
char c; // assign some character to 'c'
if ("aeiouAEIOU".indexOf(c) != -1) {
  // handle vowel case
} else if ("!@#$%,.".indexOf(c) != -1) {
  // handle punctuation case
} else if ("0123456789".indexOf(c) != -1) {
  // handle digit case
} else {
  // handle consonant case, assuming other characters are not possible
}

Of course, if this gets any more complicated, I'd recommend a regex matcher.

Seaborn plots not showing up

To avoid confusion (as there seems to be some in the comments). Assuming you are on Jupyter:

%matplotlib inline > displays the plots INSIDE the notebook

sns.plt.show() > displays the plots OUTSIDE of the notebook

%matplotlib inline will OVERRIDE sns.plt.show() in the sense that plots will be shown IN the notebook even when sns.plt.show() is called.

And yes, it is easy to include the line in to your config:

Automatically run %matplotlib inline in IPython Notebook

But it seems a better convention to keep it together with imports in the actual code.

Only Add Unique Item To List

If your requirements are to have no duplicates, you should be using a HashSet.

HashSet.Add will return false when the item already exists (if that even matters to you).

You can use the constructor that @pstrjds links to below (or here) to define the equality operator or you'll need to implement the equality methods in RemoteDevice (GetHashCode & Equals).

Make a DIV fill an entire table cell

if <table> <tr> <td> <div> all have height: 100%; set, then the div will fill the dynamic cell height in all browsers.

How to order a data frame by one descending and one ascending column?

In @dudusan's example, you could also reverse the order of I1, and then sort ascending:

> rum <- read.table(textConnection("P1  P2  P3  T1  T2  T3  I1  I2
+   2   3   5   52  43  61  6   b
+   6   4   3   72  NA  59  1   a
+   1   5   6   55  48  60  6   f
+   2   4   4   65  64  58  2   b
+   1   5   6   55  48  60  6   c"), header = TRUE)
> f=factor(rum$I1)   
> levels(f) <- sort(levels(f), decreasing = TRUE)
> rum[order(as.character(f), rum$I2), ]
  P1 P2 P3 T1 T2 T3 I1 I2
1  2  3  5 52 43 61  6  b
5  1  5  6 55 48 60  6  c
3  1  5  6 55 48 60  6  f
4  2  4  4 65 64 58  2  b
2  6  4  3 72 NA 59  1  a
> 

This seems a bit shorter, you don't reverse the order of I2 twice.

Filter Linq EXCEPT on properties

I like the Except extension methods, but the original question doesn't have symmetric key access and I prefer Contains (or the Any variation) to join, so with all credit to azuneca's answer:

public static IEnumerable<T> Except<T, TKey>(this IEnumerable<TKey> items,
    IEnumerable<T> other, Func<T, TKey> getKey) {

    return from item in items
        where !other.Contains(getKey(item))
        select item;
}

Which can then be used like:

var filteredApps = unfilteredApps.Except(excludedAppIds, ua => ua.Id);

Also, this version allows for needing a mapping for the exception IEnumerable by using a Select:

var filteredApps = unfilteredApps.Except(excludedApps.Select(a => a.Id), ua => ua.Id);

Use Toast inside Fragment

A simple [Fragment] subclass.
Kotlin!
contextA - is a parent (main) Activity. Set it on create object.

class Start(contextA: Context) : Fragment() {

var contextB: Context = contextA;

override fun onCreateView(
    inflater: LayoutInflater, container: ViewGroup?,
    savedInstanceState: Bundle?
): View? {
    // Inflate the layout for this fragment
    val fl = inflater.inflate(R.layout.fragment_start, container, false)

    // only thet variant is worked on me
    fl.button.setOnClickListener { view -> openPogodaUrl(view) }

    return fl;
}

fun openPogodaUrl(view: View) {        
    try {
        pogoda.webViewClient = object : WebViewClient() { // pogoda - is a WebView
            override fun shouldOverrideUrlLoading(view: WebView?, url: String?): Boolean {
                view?.loadUrl(url)
                return true
            }
        }
        pogoda.loadUrl("http://exemple.com/app_vidgets/pogoda.html");
    }
    catch (e: Exception)
    {
        Toast.makeText(contextB, e.toString(), Toast.LENGTH_LONG).show();
    }
}

}

Mean per group in a data.frame

A third great alternative is using the package data.table, which also has the class data.frame, but operations like you are looking for are computed much faster.

library(data.table)
mydt <- structure(list(Name = c("Aira", "Aira", "Aira", "Ben", "Ben", "Ben", "Cat", "Cat", "Cat"), Month = c(1L, 2L, 3L, 1L, 2L, 3L, 1L, 2L, 3L), Rate1 = c(15.6396600443877, 2.15649279424609, 6.24692918928743, 2.37658797276116, 34.7500663272292, 3.28750138697048, 29.3265553981065, 17.9821839334431, 10.8639802575958), Rate2 = c(17.1680489538369, 5.84231656330206, 8.54330866437461, 5.88415184986176, 3.02064294862551, 17.2053351400752, 16.9552950199166, 2.56058000170089, 15.7496228048122)), .Names = c("Name", "Month", "Rate1", "Rate2"), row.names = c(NA, -9L), class = c("data.table", "data.frame"))

Now to take the mean of Rate1 and Rate2 for all 3 months, for each person (Name): First, decide which columns you want to take the mean of

colstoavg <- names(mydt)[3:4]

Now we use lapply to take the mean over the columns we want to avg (colstoavg)

mydt.mean <- mydt[,lapply(.SD,mean,na.rm=TRUE),by=Name,.SDcols=colstoavg]

 mydt.mean
   Name     Rate1     Rate2
1: Aira  8.014361 10.517891
2:  Ben 13.471385  8.703377
3:  Cat 19.390907 11.755166

How to merge every two lines into one from the command line?

Here is my solution in bash:

while read line1; do read line2; echo "$line1, $line2"; done < data.txt

How to convert JSON to CSV format and store in a variable

Funny nothing complete nor working here (IE nor node.js). Answer on similar question, a bit structured JSON (suppose no need to copy it again), also demo snippet included. JSON To CSV conversion (JavaScript) : How to properly format CSV conversion Hope not only single type convertor, also on my Github (mentioned in profile) is similar used to analyze unknow JSON structure. I am author of code in this answer and all code on my Github (except some projects started as fork/+translation).

How can I post data as form data instead of a request payload?

Create an adapter service for post:

services.service('Http', function ($http) {

    var self = this

    this.post = function (url, data) {
        return $http({
            method: 'POST',
            url: url,
            data: $.param(data),
            headers: {'Content-Type': 'application/x-www-form-urlencoded'}
        })
    }

}) 

Use it in your controllers or whatever:

ctrls.controller('PersonCtrl', function (Http /* our service */) {
    var self = this
    self.user = {name: "Ozgur", eMail: null}

    self.register = function () {
        Http.post('/user/register', self.user).then(function (r) {
            //response
            console.log(r)
        })
    }

})

GitLab git user password

You may usually if you have multiple keys setup via ssh on your system (my device is running Windows 10), you will encounter this issue, the fix is to:

Precondition: Setup up your SSH Keys as indicated by GitLab

  1. open /c/Users//.ssh/config file with Notepad++ or your favourite editor
  2. paste the following inside it. Host IdentityFile ~/.ssh/

Please note, there is a space before the second line, very important to avoid this solution not working.

SQL - HAVING vs. WHERE

You can not use where clause with aggregate functions because where fetch records on the basis of condition, it goes into table record by record and then fetch record on the basis of condition we have give. So that time we can not where clause. While having clause works on the resultSet which we finally get after running a query.

Example query:

select empName, sum(Bonus) 
from employees 
order by empName 
having sum(Bonus) > 5000;

This will store the resultSet in a temporary memory, then having clause will perform its work. So we can easily use aggregate functions here.

What is the JSF resource library for and how should it be used?

Actually, all of those examples on the web wherein the common content/file type like "js", "css", "img", etc is been used as library name are misleading.

Real world examples

To start, let's look at how existing JSF implementations like Mojarra and MyFaces and JSF component libraries like PrimeFaces and OmniFaces use it. No one of them use resource libraries this way. They use it (under the covers, by @ResourceDependency or UIViewRoot#addComponentResource()) the following way:

<h:outputScript library="javax.faces" name="jsf.js" />
<h:outputScript library="primefaces" name="jquery/jquery.js" />
<h:outputScript library="omnifaces" name="omnifaces.js" />
<h:outputScript library="omnifaces" name="fixviewstate.js" />
<h:outputScript library="omnifaces.combined" name="[dynamicname].js" />
<h:outputStylesheet library="primefaces" name="primefaces.css" />
<h:outputStylesheet library="primefaces-aristo" name="theme.css" />
<h:outputStylesheet library="primefaces-vader" name="theme.css" />

It should become clear that it basically represents the common library/module/theme name where all of those resources commonly belong to.

Easier identifying

This way it's so much easier to specify and distinguish where those resources belong to and/or are coming from. Imagine that you happen to have a primefaces.css resource in your own webapp wherein you're overriding/finetuning some default CSS of PrimeFaces; if PrimeFaces didn't use a library name for its own primefaces.css, then the PrimeFaces own one wouldn't be loaded, but instead the webapp-supplied one, which would break the look'n'feel.

Also, when you're using a custom ResourceHandler, you can also apply more finer grained control over resources coming from a specific library when library is used the right way. If all component libraries would have used "js" for all their JS files, how would the ResourceHandler ever distinguish if it's coming from a specific component library? Examples are OmniFaces CombinedResourceHandler and GraphicResourceHandler; check the createResource() method wherein the library is checked before delegating to next resource handler in chain. This way they know when to create CombinedResource or GraphicResource for the purpose.

Noted should be that RichFaces did it wrong. It didn't use any library at all and homebrewed another resource handling layer over it and it's therefore impossible to programmatically identify RichFaces resources. That's exactly the reason why OmniFaces CombinedResourceHander had to introduce a reflection-based hack in order to get it to work anyway with RichFaces resources.

Your own webapp

Your own webapp does not necessarily need a resource library. You'd best just omit it.

<h:outputStylesheet name="css/style.css" />
<h:outputScript name="js/script.js" />
<h:graphicImage name="img/logo.png" />

Or, if you really need to have one, you can just give it a more sensible common name, like "default" or some company name.

<h:outputStylesheet library="default" name="css/style.css" />
<h:outputScript library="default" name="js/script.js" />
<h:graphicImage library="default" name="img/logo.png" />

Or, when the resources are specific to some master Facelets template, you could also give it the name of the template, so that it's easier to relate each other. In other words, it's more for self-documentary purposes. E.g. in a /WEB-INF/templates/layout.xhtml template file:

<h:outputStylesheet library="layout" name="css/style.css" />
<h:outputScript library="layout" name="js/script.js" />

And a /WEB-INF/templates/admin.xhtml template file:

<h:outputStylesheet library="admin" name="css/style.css" />
<h:outputScript library="admin" name="js/script.js" />

For a real world example, check the OmniFaces showcase source code.

Or, when you'd like to share the same resources over multiple webapps and have created a "common" project for that based on the same example as in this answer which is in turn embedded as JAR in webapp's /WEB-INF/lib, then also reference it as library (name is free to your choice; component libraries like OmniFaces and PrimeFaces also work that way):

<h:outputStylesheet library="common" name="css/style.css" />
<h:outputScript library="common" name="js/script.js" />
<h:graphicImage library="common" name="img/logo.png" />

Library versioning

Another main advantage is that you can apply resource library versioning the right way on resources provided by your own webapp (this doesn't work for resources embedded in a JAR). You can create a direct child subfolder in the library folder with a name in the \d+(_\d+)* pattern to denote the resource library version.

WebContent
 |-- resources
 |    `-- default
 |         `-- 1_0
 |              |-- css
 |              |    `-- style.css
 |              |-- img
 |              |    `-- logo.png
 |              `-- js
 |                   `-- script.js
 :

When using this markup:

<h:outputStylesheet library="default" name="css/style.css" />
<h:outputScript library="default" name="js/script.js" />
<h:graphicImage library="default" name="img/logo.png" />

This will generate the following HTML with the library version as v parameter:

<link rel="stylesheet" type="text/css" href="/contextname/javax.faces.resource/css/style.css.xhtml?ln=default&amp;v=1_0" />
<script type="text/javascript" src="/contextname/javax.faces.resource/js/script.js.xhtml?ln=default&amp;v=1_0"></script>
<img src="/contextname/javax.faces.resource/img/logo.png.xhtml?ln=default&amp;v=1_0" alt="" />

So, if you have edited/updated some resource, then all you need to do is to copy or rename the version folder into a new value. If you have multiple version folders, then the JSF ResourceHandler will automatically serve the resource from the highest version number, according to numerical ordering rules.

So, when copying/renaming resources/default/1_0/* folder into resources/default/1_1/* like follows:

WebContent
 |-- resources
 |    `-- default
 |         |-- 1_0
 |         |    :
 |         |
 |         `-- 1_1
 |              |-- css
 |              |    `-- style.css
 |              |-- img
 |              |    `-- logo.png
 |              `-- js
 |                   `-- script.js
 :

Then the last markup example would generate the following HTML:

<link rel="stylesheet" type="text/css" href="/contextname/javax.faces.resource/css/style.css.xhtml?ln=default&amp;v=1_1" />
<script type="text/javascript" src="/contextname/javax.faces.resource/js/script.js.xhtml?ln=default&amp;v=1_1"></script>
<img src="/contextname/javax.faces.resource/img/logo.png.xhtml?ln=default&amp;v=1_1" alt="" />

This will force the webbrowser to request the resource straight from the server instead of showing the one with the same name from the cache, when the URL with the changed parameter is been requested for the first time. This way the endusers aren't required to do a hard refresh (Ctrl+F5 and so on) when they need to retrieve the updated CSS/JS resource.

Please note that library versioning is not possible for resources enclosed in a JAR file. You'd need a custom ResourceHandler. See also How to use JSF versioning for resources in jar.

See also:

Remove non-ASCII characters from CSV

As an alternative to sed or perl you may consider to use ed(1) and POSIX character classes.

Note: ed(1) reads the entire file into memory to edit it in-place, so for really large files you should use sed -i ..., perl -i ...

# see:
# - http://wiki.bash-hackers.org/doku.php?id=howto:edit-ed
# - http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Regular_expression#POSIX_character_classes

# test
echo $'aaa \177 bbb \200 \214 ccc \254 ddd\r\n' > testfile
ed -s testfile <<< $',l' 
ed -s testfile <<< $'H\ng/[^[:graph:][:space:][:cntrl:]]/s///g\nwq'
ed -s testfile <<< $',l'

How can I get a list of Git branches, ordered by most recent commit?

I know there are a lot of answers already, but here are my two cents for a simple alias (I like to have my most recent branch at the bottom):

[alias]
        br = !git branch --sort=committerdate --color=always | tail -n15
[color "branch"]
        current = yellow
        local = cyan
        remote = red

This will give you a nice overview of your latest 15 branches, in color, with your current branch highlighted (and it has an asterisk).

How to Diff between local uncommitted changes and origin

I know it's not an answer to the exact question asked, but I found this question looking to diff a file in a branch and a local uncommitted file and I figured I would share

Syntax:

git diff <commit-ish>:./ -- <path>

Examples:

git diff origin/master:./ -- README.md
git diff HEAD^:./ -- README.md
git diff stash@{0}:./ -- README.md
git diff 1A2B3C4D:./ -- README.md

(Thanks Eric Boehs for a way to not have to type the filename twice)

How to import jquery using ES6 syntax?

You can create a module converter like below:

// jquery.module.js
import 'https://code.jquery.com/jquery-3.3.1.min.js'
export default window.jQuery.noConflict(true)

This will remove global variables introduced by jQuery and export jQuery object as default.

Then use it in your script:

// script.js
import $ from "./jquery.module.js";

$(function(){
  $('body').text('youpi!');
});

Do not forget to load it as a module in your document:

<script type='module' src='./script.js'></script>

http://plnkr.co/edit/a59ETj3Yo2PJ0Aqkxbeu?p=preview

How to remove unused C/C++ symbols with GCC and ld?

strip --strip-unneeded only operates on the symbol table of your executable. It doesn't actually remove any executable code.

The standard libraries achieve the result you're after by splitting all of their functions into seperate object files, which are combined using ar. If you then link the resultant archive as a library (ie. give the option -l your_library to ld) then ld will only include the object files, and therefore the symbols, that are actually used.

You may also find some of the responses to this similar question of use.

Parsing a JSON string in Ruby

That data looks like it is in JSON format.

You can use this JSON implementation for Ruby to extract it.

AngularJS: Service vs provider vs factory

As pointed out by several people here correctly a factory, provider, service, and even value and constant are versions of the same thing. You can dissect the more general provider into all of them. Like so:

enter image description here

Here's the article this image is from:

http://www.simplygoodcode.com/2015/11/the-difference-between-service-provider-and-factory-in-angularjs/

How to filter (key, value) with ng-repeat in AngularJs?

Angular filters can only be applied to arrays and not objects, from angular's API -

"Selects a subset of items from array and returns it as a new array."

You have two options here:
1) move $scope.items to an array or -
2) pre-filter the ng-repeat items, like this:

<div ng-repeat="(k,v) in filterSecId(items)">
    {{k}} {{v.pos}}
</div>

And on the Controller:

$scope.filterSecId = function(items) {
    var result = {};
    angular.forEach(items, function(value, key) {
        if (!value.hasOwnProperty('secId')) {
            result[key] = value;
        }
    });
    return result;
}

jsfiddle: http://jsfiddle.net/bmleite/WA2BE/

How to convert array into comma separated string in javascript

You can simply use JavaScripts join() function for that. This would simply look like a.value.join(','). The output would be a string though.

What is Scala's yield?

yield is more flexible than map(), see example below

val aList = List( 1,2,3,4,5 )

val res3 = for ( al <- aList if al > 3 ) yield al + 1 
val res4 = aList.map( _+ 1 > 3 ) 

println( res3 )
println( res4 )

yield will print result like: List(5, 6), which is good

while map() will return result like: List(false, false, true, true, true), which probably is not what you intend.

Taskkill /f doesn't kill a process

In my case, after several days of fighting with this problem (it was happening to VirtualBox and µTorrent processes), I discovered it was caused by a network driver issue, provoked by Windows Update patch KB4338818 (Windows 7 x64). After uninstalling that patch everything went back to normal. I just thought it could be useful for others.

How to scale down a range of numbers with a known min and max value

I sometimes find a variation of this useful.

  1. Wrapping the scale function in a class so that I do not need to pass around the min/max values if scaling the same ranges in several places
  2. Adding two small checks that ensures that the result value stays within the expected range.

Example in JavaScript:

class Scaler {
  constructor(inMin, inMax, outMin, outMax) {
    this.inMin = inMin;
    this.inMax = inMax;
    this.outMin = outMin;
    this.outMax = outMax;
  }

  scale(value) {
    const result = (value - this.inMin) * (this.outMax - this.outMin) / (this.inMax - this.inMin) + this.outMin;

    if (result < this.outMin) {
      return this.outMin;
    } else if (result > this.outMax) {
      return this.outMax;
    }

    return result;
  }
}

This example along with a function based version comes from the page https://writingjavascript.com/scaling-values-between-two-ranges

Converting java.util.Properties to HashMap<String,String>

i use this:

for (Map.Entry<Object, Object> entry:properties.entrySet()) {
    map.put((String) entry.getKey(), (String) entry.getValue());
}

How to redirect and append both stdout and stderr to a file with Bash?

In Bash 4 (as well as ZSH 4.3.11):

cmd &>>outfile

just out of box

navbar color in Twitter Bootstrap

You can download a custom version of bootstrap and set @navbarBackground to the color you want.

http://twitter.github.com/bootstrap/customize.html

Export SQL query data to Excel

If you're just needing to export to excel, you can use the export data wizard. Right click the database, Tasks->Export data.

How can I get onclick event on webview in android?

On Click event On webView works in onTouch like this:

imagewebViewNewsChart.setOnTouchListener(new View.OnTouchListener(){

  @Override   
  public boolean onTouch(View v, MotionEvent event) { 
    if (event.getAction()==MotionEvent.ACTION_MOVE){                        
       return false;     
    }

    if (event.getAction()==MotionEvent.ACTION_UP){    
        startActivity(new Intent(this,Example.class));                

    } 

    return false;                 
  }                       
});

Angular 4 checkbox change value

try this worked for me :

checkValue(event: any) {
    this.siteSelected.majeur = event;
}

Check if object value exists within a Javascript array of objects and if not add a new object to array

I think that, this is the shortest way of addressing this problem. Here I have used ES6 arrow function with .filter to check the existence of newly adding username.

var arr = [{
    id: 1,
    username: 'fred'
}, {
    id: 2,
    username: 'bill'
}, {
    id: 3,
    username: 'ted'
}];

function add(name) {
    var id = arr.length + 1;        
            if (arr.filter(item=> item.username == name).length == 0){
            arr.push({ id: id, username: name });
        }
}

add('ted');
console.log(arr);

Link to Fiddle

How to execute .sql file using powershell?

if(Test-Path "C:\Program Files\Microsoft SQL Server\MSSQL11.SQLEXPRESS") { #Sql Server 2012
    Import-Module SqlPs -DisableNameChecking
    C: # Switch back from SqlServer
} else { #Sql Server 2008
    Add-PSSnapin SqlServerCmdletSnapin100 # here live Invoke-SqlCmd
}

Invoke-Sqlcmd -InputFile "MySqlScript.sql" -ServerInstance "Database name" -ErrorAction 'Stop' -Verbose -QueryTimeout 1800 # 30min

MySQL "incorrect string value" error when save unicode string in Django

If it's a new project, I'd just drop the database, and create a new one with a proper charset:

CREATE DATABASE <dbname> CHARACTER SET utf8;

using facebook sdk in Android studio

Facebook publishes the SDK on maven central :

Just add :

repositories {
    jcenter()       // IntelliJ main repo.
}

dependencies {
    compile 'com.facebook.android:facebook-android-sdk:+'
}

Align nav-items to right side in bootstrap-4

This should work for alpha 6. The key is the class "mr-auto" on the left nav, which will push the right nav to the right. You also need to add navbar-toggleable-md or it will stack in a column instead of a row. Note I didn't add the remaining toggle items (e.g. toggle button), I added just enough to get it to formatted as requested. Here are more complete examples https://v4-alpha.getbootstrap.com/examples/navbars/.

<!DOCTYPE html>
<html lang="en">
<head>
    <link href="https://maxcdn.bootstrapcdn.com/bootstrap/4.0.0-alpha.6/css/bootstrap.min.css" rel="stylesheet" />
</head>
<body>
    <nav class="navbar navbar-toggleable-md navbar-light bg-faded">
        <div class="container">
            <a class="navbar-brand" href="#">Navbar</a>
            <ul class="nav navbar-nav mr-auto">
                <li class="nav-item active">
                    <a class="nav-link" href="#">Home</a>
                </li>
                <li class="nav-item">
                    <a class="nav-link" href="#">Link</a>
                </li>
                <li class="nav-item">
                    <a class="nav-link" href="#">Link</a>
                </li>
            </ul>
            <ul class="nav navbar-nav">
                <li class="nav-item">
                    <a class="nav-link" href="#">Link on the Right</a>
                </li>
            </ul>
        </div>
    </nav>
</body>

Why do access tokens expire?

This is very much implementation specific, but the general idea is to allow providers to issue short term access tokens with long term refresh tokens. Why?

  • Many providers support bearer tokens which are very weak security-wise. By making them short-lived and requiring refresh, they limit the time an attacker can abuse a stolen token.
  • Large scale deployment don't want to perform a database lookup every API call, so instead they issue self-encoded access token which can be verified by decryption. However, this also means there is no way to revoke these tokens so they are issued for a short time and must be refreshed.
  • The refresh token requires client authentication which makes it stronger. Unlike the above access tokens, it is usually implemented with a database lookup.

How to insert a new key value pair in array in php?

To add:

$arr["key"] = "value";

Then simply return $arr

Can't return directly like this way return $arr["key"] = "value";

Java "?" Operator for checking null - What is it? (Not Ternary!)

See: https://blogs.oracle.com/darcy/project-coin:-the-final-five-or-so (specifically "Elvis and other null safe operators").

The result is that this feature was considered for Java 7, but was not included.

MS SQL 2008 - get all table names and their row counts in a DB

to get all tables in a database:

select * from INFORMATION_SCHEMA.TABLES

to get all columns in a database:

select * from INFORMATION_SCHEMA.columns

to get all views in a db:

select * from INFORMATION_SCHEMA.TABLES where table_type = 'view'

How do I convert an object to an array?

You can quickly convert deeply nested objects to associative arrays by relying on the behavior of the JSON encode/decode functions:

$array = json_decode(json_encode($response->response->docs), true);

Remove duplicate rows in MySQL

There is another solution :

DELETE t1 FROM my_table t1, my_table t2 WHERE t1.id < t2.id AND t1.my_field = t2.my_field AND t1.my_field_2 = t2.my_field_2 AND ...

How to compare LocalDate instances Java 8

LocalDate ld ....;
LocalDateTime ldtime ...;

ld.isEqual(LocalDate.from(ldtime));

Android RelativeLayout programmatically Set "centerInParent"

Completely untested, but this should work:

View positiveButton = findViewById(R.id.positiveButton);
RelativeLayout.LayoutParams layoutParams = 
    (RelativeLayout.LayoutParams)positiveButton.getLayoutParams();
layoutParams.addRule(RelativeLayout.CENTER_IN_PARENT, RelativeLayout.TRUE);
positiveButton.setLayoutParams(layoutParams);

add android:configChanges="orientation|screenSize" inside your activity in your manifest

How to automatically update your docker containers, if base-images are updated

I'm not going into the whole question of whether or not you want unattended updates in production (I think not). I'm just leaving this here for reference in case anybody finds it useful. Update all your docker images to the latest version with the following command in your terminal:

# docker images | awk '(NR>1) && ($2!~/none/) {print $1":"$2}' | xargs -L1 docker pull

Why I get 'list' object has no attribute 'items'?

If you don't care about the type of the numbers you can simply use:

qs[0].values()

Insert 2 million rows into SQL Server quickly

  1. I think its better you read data of text file in DataSet

  2. Try out SqlBulkCopy - Bulk Insert into SQL from C# App

    // connect to SQL
    using (SqlConnection connection = new SqlConnection(connString))
    {
        // make sure to enable triggers
        // more on triggers in next post
        SqlBulkCopy bulkCopy = new SqlBulkCopy(
            connection, 
            SqlBulkCopyOptions.TableLock | 
            SqlBulkCopyOptions.FireTriggers | 
            SqlBulkCopyOptions.UseInternalTransaction,
            null
            );
    
        // set the destination table name
        bulkCopy.DestinationTableName = this.tableName;
        connection.Open();
    
        // write the data in the "dataTable"
        bulkCopy.WriteToServer(dataTable);
        connection.Close();
    }
    // reset
    this.dataTable.Clear();
    

or

after doing step 1 at the top

  1. Create XML from DataSet
  2. Pass XML to database and do bulk insert

you can check this article for detail : Bulk Insertion of Data Using C# DataTable and SQL server OpenXML function

But its not tested with 2 million record, it will do but consume memory on machine as you have to load 2 million record and insert it.

Rails params explained?

Basically, parameters are user specified data to rails application.

When you post a form, you do it generally with POST request as opposed to GET request. You can think normal rails requests as GET requests, when you browse the site, if it helps.

When you submit a form, the control is thrown back to the application. How do you get the values you have submitted to the form? params is how.

About your code. @vote = Vote.new params[:vote] creates new Vote to database using data of params[:vote]. Given your form user submitted was named under name :vote, all data of it is in this :vote field of the hash.

Next two lines are used to get item and uid user has submitted to the form.

@extant = Vote.find(:last, :conditions => ["item_id = ? AND user_id = ?", item, uid])

finds newest, or last inserted, vote from database with conditions item_id = item and user_id = uid.

Next lines takes last vote time and current time.

Proxy Error 502 : The proxy server received an invalid response from an upstream server

Add this into your httpd.conf file

Timeout 2400
ProxyTimeout 2400
ProxyBadHeader Ignore 

How to make inline plots in Jupyter Notebook larger?

Yes, play with figuresize and dpi like so (before you call your subplot):

fig=plt.figure(figsize=(12,8), dpi= 100, facecolor='w', edgecolor='k')

As @tacaswell and @Hagne pointed out, you can also change the defaults if it's not a one-off:

plt.rcParams['figure.figsize'] = [12, 8]
plt.rcParams['figure.dpi'] = 100 # 200 e.g. is really fine, but slower

What happens if you don't commit a transaction to a database (say, SQL Server)?

The behaviour is not defined, so you must explicit set a commit or a rollback:

http://docs.oracle.com/cd/B10500_01/java.920/a96654/basic.htm#1003303

"If auto-commit mode is disabled and you close the connection without explicitly committing or rolling back your last changes, then an implicit COMMIT operation is executed."

Hsqldb makes a rollback

con.setAutoCommit(false);
stmt.executeUpdate("insert into USER values ('" +  insertedUserId + "','Anton','Alaf')");
con.close();

result is

2011-11-14 14:20:22,519 main INFO [SqlAutoCommitExample:55] [AutoCommit enabled = false] 2011-11-14 14:20:22,546 main INFO [SqlAutoCommitExample:65] [Found 0# users in database]

How to handle configuration in Go

I wrote a simple ini config library in golang.

https://github.com/c4pt0r/cfg

goroutine-safe, easy to use

package cfg
import (
    "testing"
)

func TestCfg(t *testing.T) {
    c := NewCfg("test.ini")
    if err := c.Load() ; err != nil {
        t.Error(err)
    }
    c.WriteInt("hello", 42)
    c.WriteString("hello1", "World")

    v, err := c.ReadInt("hello", 0)
    if err != nil || v != 42 {
        t.Error(err)
    }

    v1, err := c.ReadString("hello1", "")
    if err != nil || v1 != "World" {
        t.Error(err)
    }

    if err := c.Save(); err != nil {
        t.Error(err)
    }
}

===================Update=======================

Recently I need an INI parser with section support, and I write a simple package:

github.com/c4pt0r/cfg

u can parse INI like using "flag" package:

package main

import (
    "log"
    "github.com/c4pt0r/ini"
)

var conf = ini.NewConf("test.ini")

var (
    v1 = conf.String("section1", "field1", "v1")
    v2 = conf.Int("section1", "field2", 0)
)

func main() {
    conf.Parse()

    log.Println(*v1, *v2)
}

C++ Get name of type in template

typeid(T).name() is implementation defined and doesn't guarantee human readable string.

Reading cppreference.com :

Returns an implementation defined null-terminated character string containing the name of the type. No guarantees are given, in particular, the returned string can be identical for several types and change between invocations of the same program.

...

With compilers such as gcc and clang, the returned string can be piped through c++filt -t to be converted to human-readable form.

But in some cases gcc doesn't return right string. For example on my machine I have gcc whith -std=c++11 and inside template function typeid(T).name() returns "j" for "unsigned int". It's so called mangled name. To get real type name, use abi::__cxa_demangle() function (gcc only):

#include <string>
#include <cstdlib>
#include <cxxabi.h>

template<typename T>
std::string type_name()
{
    int status;
    std::string tname = typeid(T).name();
    char *demangled_name = abi::__cxa_demangle(tname.c_str(), NULL, NULL, &status);
    if(status == 0) {
        tname = demangled_name;
        std::free(demangled_name);
    }   
    return tname;
}

How to add extra whitespace in PHP?

To render more than one whitespace on most web browsers use &nbsp; instead of normal white spaces.

echo "<p>Hello &nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp; punt"; // This will render as Hello   Punt (with 4 white spaces)
echo "<p> Hello       punt"; // This will render as Hello punt (with one space)

For showing data in raw format (with exact number of spaces and "enters") use HTML <pre> tag.

echo "<pre>Hello        punt</pre>"; //Will render exactly as written here (8 white spaces)

Or you can use some CSS to style current block, not to break text or strip spaces (I don't know, but this one)

Any way you do the output will be the same but the browser itself strips double white spaces and renders as one.

What is the reason for having '//' in Python?

// can be considered an alias to math.floor() for divisions with return value of type float. It operates as no-op for divisions with return value of type int.

import math
# let's examine `float` returns
# -------------------------------------
# divide
>>> 1.0 / 2
0.5
# divide and round down
>>> math.floor(1.0/2)
0.0
# divide and round down
>>> 1.0 // 2
0.0

# now let's examine `integer` returns
# -------------------------------------
>>> 1/2
0
>>> 1//2
0

How to index an element of a list object in R

Indexing a list is done using double bracket, i.e. hypo_list[[1]] (e.g. have a look here: http://www.r-tutor.com/r-introduction/list). BTW: read.table does not return a table but a dataframe (see value section in ?read.table). So you will have a list of dataframes, rather than a list of table objects. The principal mechanism is identical for tables and dataframes though.

Note: In R, the index for the first entry is a 1 (not 0 like in some other languages).

Dataframes

l <- list(anscombe, iris)   # put dfs in list
l[[1]]             # returns anscombe dataframe

anscombe[1:2, 2]   # access first two rows and second column of dataset
[1] 10  8

l[[1]][1:2, 2]     # the same but selecting the dataframe from the list first
[1] 10  8

Table objects

tbl1 <- table(sample(1:5, 50, rep=T))
tbl2 <- table(sample(1:5, 50, rep=T))
l <- list(tbl1, tbl2)  # put tables in a list

tbl1[1:2]              # access first two elements of table 1 

Now with the list

l[[1]]                 # access first table from the list

1  2  3  4  5 
9 11 12  9  9 

l[[1]][1:2]            # access first two elements in first table

1  2 
9 11 

What is "String args[]"? parameter in main method Java

The following answer is based my understanding & some test.

What is String[] args?

Ans- >

String[] -> As We know this is a simple String array.

args -> is the name of an array it can be anything (e.g. a, ar, argument, param, parameter) no issues with compiler & executed & I tested as well.

E.g.
1)public static void main(String[] argument)

2)public static void main(String[] parameter)

When would you use these args?

Ans->

The main function is designed very intelligently by developers. Actual thinking is very deep. Which is basically developed under consideration of C & C++ based on Command line argument but nowadays nobody uses it more.

Thing 1- User can enter any type of data from the command line can be Number or String & necessary to accept it by the compiler which datatype we should have to use? see the thing 2

Thing 2- String is the datatype which supports all of the primitive datatypes like int, long, float, double, byte, shot, char in Java. You can easily parse it in any primitive datatype.

E.g The following program is compiled & executed & I tested as well.

If input is -> 1 1

// one class needs to have a main() method
public class HelloWorld
{
  // arguments are passed using the text field below this editor
  public static void main(String[] parameter)
  {    
System.out.println(parameter[0] + parameter[1]); // Output is 11

//Comment out below code in case of String
    System.out.println(Integer.parseInt(parameter[0]) + Integer.parseInt(parameter[1])); //Output is 2
    System.out.println(Float.parseFloat(parameter[0]) + Float.parseFloat(parameter[1])); //Output is 2.0    
    System.out.println(Long.parseLong(parameter[0]) + Long.parseLong(parameter[1])); //Output is 2    
    System.out.println(Double.parseDouble(parameter[0]) + Double.parseDouble(parameter[1])); //Output is 2.0    

  }
}

openCV video saving in python

I had the same problem and then I tried this:

frame = cv2.flip(frame,180) 

instead of

frame= cv2.flip(frame,0) 

and it's working.

Subset of rows containing NA (missing) values in a chosen column of a data frame

Try changing this:

new_DF<-dplyr::filter(DF,is.na(Var2)) 

How to support HTTP OPTIONS verb in ASP.NET MVC/WebAPI application

As Daniel A. White said in his comment, the OPTIONS request is most likely created by the client as part of a cross domain JavaScript request. This is done automatically by Cross Origin Resource Sharing (CORS) compliant browsers. The request is a preliminary or pre-flight request, made before the actual AJAX request to determine which request verbs and headers are supported for CORS. The server can elect to support it for none, all or some of the HTTP verbs.

To complete the picture, the AJAX request has an additional "Origin" header, which identified where the original page which is hosting the JavaScript was served from. The server can elect to support request from any origin, or just for a set of known, trusted origins. Allowing any origin is a security risk since is can increase the risk of Cross site Request Forgery (CSRF).

So, you need to enable CORS.

Here is a link that explains how to do this in ASP.Net Web API

http://www.asp.net/web-api/overview/security/enabling-cross-origin-requests-in-web-api#enable-cors

The implementation described there allows you to specify, amongst other things

  • CORS support on a per-action, per-controller or global basis
  • The supported origins
  • When enabling CORS a a controller or global level, the supported HTTP verbs
  • Whether the server supports sending credentials with cross-origin requests

In general, this works fine, but you need to make sure you are aware of the security risks, especially if you allow cross origin requests from any domain. Think very carefully before you allow this.

In terms of which browsers support CORS, Wikipedia says the following engines support it:

  • Gecko 1.9.1 (FireFox 3.5)
  • WebKit (Safari 4, Chrome 3)
  • MSHTML/Trident 6 (IE10) with partial support in IE8 and 9
  • Presto (Opera 12)

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cross-origin_resource_sharing#Browser_support

Opening port 80 EC2 Amazon web services

This is actually really easy:

  • Go to the "Network & Security" -> Security Group settings in the left hand navigation
  • Find the Security Group that your instance is apart of
  • Click on Inbound Rules
  • Use the drop down and add HTTP (port 80)
  • Click Apply and enjoy

How can you customize the numbers in an ordered list?

Quick and dirt alternative solution. You can use a tabulation character along with preformatted text. Here's a possibility:

<style type="text/css">
ol {
    list-style-position: inside;
}
li:first-letter {
    white-space: pre;
}
</style>

and your html:

<ol>
<li>    an item</li>
<li>    another item</li>
...
</ol>

Note that the space between the li tag and the beggining of the text is a tabulation character (what you get when you press the tab key inside notepad).

If you need to support older browsers, you can do this instead:

<style type="text/css">
ol {
    list-style-position: inside;
}
</style>

<ol>
    <li><pre>   </pre>an item</li>
    <li><pre>   </pre>another item</li>
    ...
</ol>

How can I sort a dictionary by key?

Simplest solution is that you should get a list of dict key is sorted order and then iterate over dict. For example

a1 = {'a':1, 'b':13, 'd':4, 'c':2, 'e':30}
a1_sorted_keys = sorted(a1, key=a1.get, reverse=True)
for r in a1_sorted_keys:
    print r, a1[r]

Following will be the output (desending order)

e 30
b 13
d 4
c 2
a 1

Resolving IP Address from hostname with PowerShell

Use Resolve-DnsName cmdlet.

Resolve-DnsName computername | FT Name, IPAddress -HideTableHeaders | Out-File -Append c:\filename.txt

PS C:\> Resolve-DnsName stackoverflow.com

Name                                           Type   TTL   Section    IPAddress
----                                           ----   ---   -------    ---------
stackoverflow.com                              A      130   Answer     151.101.65.69
stackoverflow.com                              A      130   Answer     151.101.129.69
stackoverflow.com                              A      130   Answer     151.101.193.69
stackoverflow.com                              A      130   Answer     151.101.1.69

PS C:\> Resolve-DnsName stackoverflow.com | Format-Table Name, IPAddress -HideTableHeaders

stackoverflow.com 151.101.65.69
stackoverflow.com 151.101.1.69
stackoverflow.com 151.101.193.69
stackoverflow.com 151.101.129.69

PS C:\> Resolve-DnsName -Type A google.com

Name                                           Type   TTL   Section    IPAddress
----                                           ----   ---   -------    ---------
google.com                                     A      16    Answer     216.58.193.78


PS C:\> Resolve-DnsName -Type AAAA google.com

Name                                           Type   TTL   Section    IPAddress
----                                           ----   ---   -------    ---------
google.com                                     AAAA   223   Answer     2607:f8b0:400e:c04::64

SQL keys, MUL vs PRI vs UNI

It means that the field is (part of) a non-unique index. You can issue

show create table <table>;

To see more information about the table structure.

Google Maps v3 - limit viewable area and zoom level

This may be helpful.

  var myOptions = {
      center: new google.maps.LatLng($lat,$lang),
      zoom: 7,
      disableDefaultUI: true,
      mapTypeId: google.maps.MapTypeId.ROADMAP
    };

The Zoom level can be customizable according to the requirement.

DateTimePicker: pick both date and time

You can get it to display time. From that you will probably have to have two controls (one date, one time) the accomplish what you want.

Function to calculate R2 (R-squared) in R

Why not this:

rsq <- function(x, y) summary(lm(y~x))$r.squared
rsq(obs, mod)
#[1] 0.8560185

How to delete an element from an array in C#

' To remove items from string based on Dictionary key values. ' VB.net code

 Dim stringArr As String() = "file1,file2,file3,file4,file5,file6".Split(","c)
 Dim test As Dictionary(Of String, String) = New Dictionary(Of String, String)
 test.Add("file3", "description")
 test.Add("file5", "description")
 stringArr = stringArr.Except(test.Keys).ToArray()

Change placeholder text

Using jquery you can do this by following code:

<input type="text" id="tbxEmail" name="Email" placeholder="Some Text"/>

$('#tbxEmail').attr('placeholder','Some New Text');

Hot to get all form elements values using jQuery?

Try this for getting form input text value to JavaScript object...

var fieldPair = {};
$("#form :input").each(function() {
    if($(this).attr("name").length > 0) {
        fieldPair[$(this).attr("name")] = $(this).val();
    }
});

console.log(fieldPair);

no overload for matches delegate 'system.eventhandler'

You need to change public void klik(PaintEventArgs pea, EventArgs e) to public void klik(object sender, System.EventArgs e) because there is no Click event handler with parameters PaintEventArgs pea, EventArgs e.

Using curl to upload POST data with files

Here is how to correctly escape arbitrary filenames of uploaded files with bash:

#!/bin/bash
set -eu

f="$1"
f=${f//\\/\\\\}
f=${f//\"/\\\"}
f=${f//;/\\;}

curl --silent --form "uploaded=@\"$f\"" "$2"

Convert string to decimal number with 2 decimal places in Java

Use BigDecimal:

new BigDecimal(theInputString);

It retains all decimal digits. And you are sure of the exact representation since it uses decimal base, not binary base, to store the precision/scale/etc.

And it is not subject to precision loss like float or double are, unless you explicitly ask it to.

Value does not fall within the expected range

This might be due to the fact that you are trying to add a ListBoxItem with a same name to the page.

If you want to refresh the content of the listbox with the newly retrieved values you will have to first manually remove the content of the listbox other wise your loop will try to create lb_1 again and add it to the same list.

Look at here for a similar problem that occured Silverlight: Value does not fall within the expected range exception

Cheers,

How can I mimic the bottom sheet from the Maps app?

Try Pulley:

Pulley is an easy to use drawer library meant to imitate the drawer in iOS 10's Maps app. It exposes a simple API that allows you to use any UIViewController subclass as the drawer content or the primary content.

Pulley Preview

https://github.com/52inc/Pulley

Homebrew install specific version of formula?

Most of the other answers are obsolete by now. Unfortunately Homebrew still doesn’t have a builtin way of installing an outdated version, unless that version exists as a separate formula (e.g. python@2, [email protected] …).

Luckily, for other formulas there’s a much easier way than the convoluted mess that used to be necessary. Here are the full instructions:

  1. Search for the correct version in the logs:

    brew log formula
    # Scroll down/up with j/k or the arrow keys
    # or use eg. /4\.4\.23 to search a specific version
    
    # This syntax only works on pre-2.0 Homebrew versions
    brew log --format=format:%H\ %s -F --grep=‹version› ‹formula›
    

    This will show a list of commit hashes. Take one that is appropriate (mostly it should be pretty obvious, and usually is the most recent (i.e. top) one.

  2. Find the URL at which the formula resides in the upstream repository:

    brew info ‹formula› | grep ^From:
    
  3. Fix the URL:

    1. Replace github.com with raw.githubusercontent.com
    2. Replace blob/master with the commit hash we found in the first step.
  4. Install the desired version by replacing master in the previously found URL by the commit hash, e.g.:

    brew install https://raw.githubusercontent.com/Homebrew/homebrew-core/‹hash›/Formula/‹formula›.rb
    

(The last step may necessitate running brew unlink ‹formula› before.)


If you have copied a commit hash you want to use, you can use something like this example to install that version, replacing the value and bash with your commit hash and your desired formula.

BREW_VERSION_SHA=32353d2286f850fd965e0a48bcf692b83a6e9a41
BREW_FORMULA_NAME=bash
brew info $BREW_FORMULA_NAME \
| sed -n \
    -e '/^From: /s///' \
    -e 's/github.com/raw.githubusercontent.com/' \
    -e 's%blob/%%' \
    -e "s/master/$BREW_VERSION_SHA/p" \
| xargs brew install

This example is installing bash 4.4.23 instead of bash 5, though if you performed a brew upgrade afterward then bash 5 would get installed over top, unless you first executed brew pin bash. Instead to make this smoother WITHOUT pinning, you should first install the latest with brew install bash, then brew unlink bash, then install the older version you want per the script above, and then use brew switch bash 4.4.23 to set up the symlinks to the older version. Now a brew upgrade shouldn't affect your version of Bash. You can brew switch bash to get a list of the versions available to switch to.


Alternative using a custom local-only tap

Another way of achieving the same goal appears to be:

brew tap-new username/repo-name
# extract with a version seems to run a grep under the hood
brew extract --version='4.4.23' bash username/repo-name
brew install [email protected]
# Note this "fails" when trying to grab a bottle for the package and seems to have
# some odd doubling of the version in that output, but this isn't fatal.

This creates a formula@version in your custom tap that you can install per the above example. The downside is that you probably still need to brew unlink bash and then brew link [email protected] in order to use your specific version of Bash or any other formula.

Can a foreign key refer to a primary key in the same table?

This may be a good explanation example

CREATE TABLE employees (
id INTEGER NOT NULL PRIMARY KEY,
managerId INTEGER REFERENCES employees(id), 
name VARCHAR(30) NOT NULL
);

INSERT INTO employees(id, managerId, name) VALUES(1, NULL, 'John');
INSERT INTO employees(id, managerId, name) VALUES(2, 1, 'Mike');

-- Explanation: -- In this example. -- John is Mike's manager. Mike does not manage anyone. -- Mike is the only employee who does not manage anyone.

How to retry image pull in a kubernetes Pods?

First try to see what's wrong with the pod:

kubectl logs -p <your_pod>

In my case it was a problem with the YAML file.

So, I needed to correct the configuration file and replace it:

kubectl replace --force -f <yml_file_describing_pod>

Importing a function from a class in another file?

If, like me, you want to make a function pack or something that people can download then it's very simple. Just write your function in a python file and save it as the name you want IN YOUR PYTHON DIRECTORY. Now, in your script where you want to use this, you type:

from FILE NAME import FUNCTION NAME

Note - the parts in capital letters are where you type the file name and function name.

Now you just use your function however it was meant to be.

Example:

FUNCTION SCRIPT - saved at C:\Python27 as function_choose.py

def choose(a):
  from random import randint
  b = randint(0, len(a) - 1)
  c = a[b]
  return(c)

SCRIPT USING FUNCTION - saved wherever

from function_choose import choose
list_a = ["dog", "cat", "chicken"]
print(choose(list_a))

OUTPUT WILL BE DOG, CAT, OR CHICKEN

Hoped this helped, now you can create function packs for download!

--------------------------------This is for Python 2.7-------------------------------------

What is the use of DesiredCapabilities in Selenium WebDriver?

When you run selenium WebDriver, the WebDriver opens a remote server in your computer's local host. Now, this server, called the Selenium Server, is used to interpret your code into actions to run or "drive" the instance of a real browser known as either chromebrowser, ie broser, ff browser, etc.

So, the Selenium Server can interact with different browser properties and hence it has many "capabilities".

Now what capabilities do you desire? Consider a scenario where you are validating if files have been downloaded properly in your app but, however, you do not have a desktop automation tool. In the case where you click the download link and a desktop pop up shows up to ask where to save and/or if you want to download. Your next route to bypass that would be to suppress that pop up. How? Desired Capabilities.

There are other such examples. In summary, Selenium Server can do a lot, use Desired Capabilities to tailor it to your need.

jquery: $(window).scrollTop() but no $(window).scrollBottom()

I would say that a scrollBottom as a direct opposite of scrollTop should be:

var scrollBottom = $(document).height() - $(window).height() - $(window).scrollTop();

Here is a small ugly test that works for me:

// SCROLLTESTER START //
$('<h1 id="st" style="position: fixed; right: 25px; bottom: 25px;"></h1>').insertAfter('body');

$(window).scroll(function () {
  var st = $(window).scrollTop();
  var scrollBottom = $(document).height() - $(window).height() - $(window).scrollTop();

  $('#st').replaceWith('<h1 id="st" style="position: fixed; right: 25px; bottom: 25px;">scrollTop: ' + st + '<br>scrollBottom: ' + scrollBottom + '</h1>');
});
// SCROLLTESTER END //

How do I catch a PHP fatal (`E_ERROR`) error?

Not really. Fatal errors are called that, because they are fatal. You can't recover from them.

jQuery: serialize() form and other parameters

I fix the problem with under statement ; send data with url same GET methode

$.ajax({
    url: 'includes/get_ajax_function.php?value=jack&id='+id,
    type: 'post',
    data: $('#b-info1').serializeArray(),

and get value with $_REQUEST['value'] OR $_GET['id']

what is the difference between const_iterator and iterator?

There is no performance difference.

A const_iterator is an iterator that points to const value (like a const T* pointer); dereferencing it returns a reference to a constant value (const T&) and prevents modification of the referenced value: it enforces const-correctness.

When you have a const reference to the container, you can only get a const_iterator.

Edited: I mentionned “The const_iterator returns constant pointers” which is not accurate, thanks to Brandon for pointing it out.

Edit: For COW objects, getting a non-const iterator (or dereferencing it) will probably trigger the copy. (Some obsolete and now disallowed implementations of std::string use COW.)

javax.persistence.PersistenceException: No Persistence provider for EntityManager named customerManager

Just for completeness. There is another situation causing this error:

missing META-INF/services/javax.persistence.spi.PersistenceProvider file.

For Hibernate, it's located in hibernate-entitymanager-XXX.jar, so, if hibernate-entitymanager-XXX.jar is not in your classpath, you will got this error too.

This error message is so misleading, and it costs me hours to get it correct.

See JPA 2.0 using Hibernate as provider - Exception: No Persistence provider for EntityManager.

How can I find the latitude and longitude from address?

public LatLang getLatLangFromAddress(String strAddress){
    Geocoder coder = new Geocoder(this, Locale.getDefault());
    List<Address> address;
    try {
        address = coder.getFromLocationName(strAddress,5);
        if (address == null) {
                return new LatLang(-10000, -10000);
            }
            Address location = address.get(0);
            return new LatLang(location.getLatitude(), location.getLongitude());
        } catch (IOException e) {
            return new LatLang(-10000, -10000);
        }
    }            

LatLang is a pojo class in this case.

<uses-permission android:name="android.permission.ACCESS_COARSE_LOCATION" /> permission is not required.

Showing ValueError: shapes (1,3) and (1,3) not aligned: 3 (dim 1) != 1 (dim 0)

The column of the first matrix and the row of the second matrix should be equal and the order should be like this only

column of first matrix = row of second matrix

and do not follow the below step

row of first matrix  = column of second matrix

it will throw an error

Cannot delete or update a parent row: a foreign key constraint fails

How about this alternative I've been using: allow the foreign key to be NULL and then choose ON DELETE SET NULL.

Personally I prefer using both "ON UPDATE CASCADE" as well as "ON DELETE SET NULL" to avoid unnecessary complications, but on your set up you may want a different approach. Also, NULL'ing foreign key values may latter lead complications as you won't know what exactly happened there. So this change should be in close relation to how your application code works.

Hope this helps.

Run a command shell in jenkins

This is happens because Jenkins is not aware about the shell path. In Manage Jenkins -> Configure System -> Shell, set the shell path as

  • C:\Windows\system32\cmd.exe

How to exclude *AutoConfiguration classes in Spring Boot JUnit tests?

@SpringBootTest(classes = {Application.class}
              , webEnvironment = SpringBootTest.WebEnvironment.RANDOM_PORT
              , properties="spring.autoconfigure.exclude=com.xx.xx.AutoConfiguration"
               )

ref:https://github.com/spring-projects/spring-boot/issues/8579

iOS 7 - Failing to instantiate default view controller

Using Interface Builder :

Check if 'Is initial view controller' is set. You can set it using below steps :

  1. Select your view controller (which is to be appeared as initial screen).
  2. Select Attribute inspector from Utilities window.
  3. Select 'Is Initial View Controller' from View Controller section (if not).

If you have done this step and still getting error then uncheck and do it again.

Steps to solve problem

Using programmatically :

Objective-C :

        self.window = [[UIWindow alloc] initWithFrame:UIScreen.mainScreen.bounds];
        UIStoryboard *storyboard = [UIStoryboard storyboardWithName:@"MainStoryboard" bundle:nil];

        UIViewController *viewController = [storyboard instantiateViewControllerWithIdentifier:@"HomeViewController"]; // <storyboard id>

        self.window.rootViewController = viewController;
        [self.window makeKeyAndVisible];

        return YES;

Swift :

        self.window = UIWindow(frame: UIScreen.mainScreen().bounds)
        let mainStoryboard: UIStoryboard = UIStoryboard(name: "Main", bundle: nil)

        var objMainViewController: MainViewController = mainStoryboard.instantiateViewControllerWithIdentifier("MainController") as! MainViewController

        self.window?.rootViewController = objMainViewController

        self.window?.makeKeyAndVisible()

        return true

Test process.env with Jest

Expanding a bit on Serhan C.'s answer...

According to the blog post How to Setup dotenv with Jest Testing - In-depth Explanation, you can include "dotenv/config" directly in setupFiles, without having to create and reference an external script that calls require("dotenv").config().

I.e., simply do

module.exports = {
    setupFiles: ["dotenv/config"]
}

How to create hyperlink to call phone number on mobile devices?

Dashes (-) have no significance other than making the number more readable, so you might as well include them.

Since we never know where our website visitors are coming from, we need to make phone numbers callable from anywhere in the world. For this reason the + sign is always necessary. The + sign is automatically converted by your mobile carrier to your international dialing prefix, also known as "exit code". This code varies by region, country, and sometimes a single country can use multiple codes, depending on the carrier. Fortunately, when it is a local call, dialing it with the international format will still work.

Using your example number, when calling from China, people would need to dial:

00-1-555-555-1212

And from Russia, they would dial

810-1-555-555-1212

The + sign solves this issue by allowing you to omit the international dialing prefix.

After the international dialing prefix comes the country code(pdf), followed by the geographic code (area code), finally the local phone number.

Therefore either of the last two of your examples would work, but my recommendation is to use this format for readability:

<a href="tel:+1-555-555-1212">+1-555-555-1212</a>

Note: For numbers that contain a trunk prefix different from the country code (e.g. if you write it locally with brackets around a 0), you need to omit it because the number must be in international format.

Adding Access-Control-Allow-Origin header response in Laravel 5.3 Passport

Create A Cors.php File in App/Http/Middleware and paste this in it. ☑

<?php

namespace App\Http\Middleware;

use Closure;


class Cors {    public function handle($request, Closure $next)
    {
        header("Access-Control-Allow-Origin: *");
        //ALLOW OPTIONS METHOD
        $headers = [
            'Access-Control-Allow-Methods' => 'POST,GET,OPTIONS,PUT,DELETE',
            'Access-Control-Allow-Headers' => 'Content-Type, X-Auth-Token, Origin, Authorization',
        ];
        if ($request->getMethod() == "OPTIONS"){
            //The client-side application can set only headers allowed in Access-Control-Allow-Headers
            return response()->json('OK',200,$headers);
        }
        $response = $next($request);
        foreach ($headers as $key => $value) {
            $response->header($key, $value);
        }
        return $response;

    } }

And Add This Line In Your Kernel.php after the "Trust Proxies::Class" Line.

\App\Http\Middleware\Cors::class,

Thats It You have Allowed All Cors Header. ☑

How to find the day, month and year with moment.js

I am getting day, month and year using dedicated functions moment().date(), moment().month() and moment().year() of momentjs.

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let day = moment('2014-07-28', 'YYYY/MM/DD').date();_x000D_
let month = 1 + moment('2014-07-28', 'YYYY/MM/DD').month();_x000D_
let year = moment('2014-07-28', 'YYYY/MM/DD').year();_x000D_
_x000D_
console.log(day);_x000D_
console.log(month);_x000D_
console.log(year);
_x000D_
<script src="https://cdnjs.cloudflare.com/ajax/libs/moment.js/2.22.1/moment.min.js"></script>
_x000D_
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I don't know why there are 48 upvotes for @Chris Schmitz answer which is not 100% correct.

Month is in form of array and starts from 0 so to get exact value we should use 1 + moment().month()

Eclipse "this compilation unit is not on the build path of a java project"

Had the same problem (but with Maven). The reason was incorrect choice of executor: my project used global settings that are not avilable from Embedded installation of Maven. Changed it to external (Window -> Preferences -> Maven -> Installations) and that fixed the problem.

node.js require() cache - possible to invalidate?

The documentation says:

Modules are cached in this object when they are required. By deleting a key value from this object, the next require will reload the module. This does not apply to native addons, for which reloading will result in an error.

Unprotect workbook without password

Try the below code to unprotect the workbook. It works for me just fine in excel 2010 but I am not sure if it will work in 2013.

Sub PasswordBreaker()
    'Breaks worksheet password protection.
    Dim i As Integer, j As Integer, k As Integer
    Dim l As Integer, m As Integer, n As Integer
    Dim i1 As Integer, i2 As Integer, i3 As Integer
    Dim i4 As Integer, i5 As Integer, i6 As Integer
    On Error Resume Next
    For i = 65 To 66: For j = 65 To 66: For k = 65 To 66
    For l = 65 To 66: For m = 65 To 66: For i1 = 65 To 66
    For i2 = 65 To 66: For i3 = 65 To 66: For i4 = 65 To 66
    For i5 = 65 To 66: For i6 = 65 To 66: For n = 32 To 126
    ThisWorkbook.Unprotect Chr(i) & Chr(j) & Chr(k) & _
        Chr(l) & Chr(m) & Chr(i1) & Chr(i2) & Chr(i3) & _
        Chr(i4) & Chr(i5) & Chr(i6) & Chr(n)
    If ThisWorkbook.ProtectStructure = False Then
        MsgBox "One usable password is " & Chr(i) & Chr(j) & _
            Chr(k) & Chr(l) & Chr(m) & Chr(i1) & Chr(i2) & _
            Chr(i3) & Chr(i4) & Chr(i5) & Chr(i6) & Chr(n)
         Exit Sub
    End If
    Next: Next: Next: Next: Next: Next
    Next: Next: Next: Next: Next: Next
End Sub

Why does visual studio 2012 not find my tests?

After googling "visual studio can't see tests" it brought me here, so I thought I'd share my problem. I could build my solution, and the tests existed, but I could not see them! It turns our it was a quirk of the IDE, that caused the problem. See image below for an explanation and fix:

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Static extension methods

specifically I want to overload Boolean.Parse to allow an int argument.

Would an extension for int work?

public static bool ToBoolean(this int source){
    // do it
    // return it
}

Then you can call it like this:

int x = 1;

bool y = x.ToBoolean();

Java: how to use UrlConnection to post request with authorization?

A fine example found here. Powerlord got it right, below, for POST you need HttpURLConnection, instead.

Below is the code to do that,

    URL url = new URL(urlString);
    URLConnection conn = url.openConnection();
    conn.setDoOutput(true);
    conn.setRequestProperty ("Authorization", encodedCredentials);

    OutputStreamWriter writer = new OutputStreamWriter(conn.getOutputStream());

    writer.write(data);
    writer.flush();
    String line;
    BufferedReader reader = new BufferedReader(new 
                                     InputStreamReader(conn.getInputStream()));
    while ((line = reader.readLine()) != null) {
      System.out.println(line);
    }
    writer.close();
    reader.close();

Change URLConnection to HttpURLConnection, to make it POST request.

    HttpURLConnection conn = (HttpURLConnection) url.openConnection();
    conn.setRequestMethod("POST");

Suggestion (...in comments):

You might need to set these properties too,

conn.setRequestProperty( "Content-type", "application/x-www-form-urlencoded");
conn.setRequestProperty( "Accept", "*/*" );

json_encode function: special characters

Use the below function.

function utf8_converter($array)
{
    array_walk_recursive($array, function (&$item, $key) {
        if (!mb_detect_encoding($item, 'utf-8', true)) {
                $item = utf8_encode($item);
        }
    });

    return $array;
}

Scanner vs. StringTokenizer vs. String.Split

String.split seems to be much slower than StringTokenizer. The only advantage with split is that you get an array of the tokens. Also you can use any regular expressions in split. org.apache.commons.lang.StringUtils has a split method which works much more faster than any of two viz. StringTokenizer or String.split. But the CPU utilization for all the three is nearly the same. So we also need a method which is less CPU intensive, which I am still not able to find.

What does AND 0xFF do?

The byte1 & 0xff ensures that only the 8 least significant bits of byte1 can be non-zero.

if byte1 is already an unsigned type that has only 8 bits (e.g., char in some cases, or unsigned char in most) it won't make any difference/is completely unnecessary.

If byte1 is a type that's signed or has more than 8 bits (e.g., short, int, long), and any of the bits except the 8 least significant is set, then there will be a difference (i.e., it'll zero those upper bits before oring with the other variable, so this operand of the or affects only the 8 least significant bits of the result).

Converting from longitude\latitude to Cartesian coordinates

Here's the answer I found:

Just to make the definition complete, in the Cartesian coordinate system:

  • the x-axis goes through long,lat (0,0), so longitude 0 meets the equator;
  • the y-axis goes through (0,90);
  • and the z-axis goes through the poles.

The conversion is:

x = R * cos(lat) * cos(lon)

y = R * cos(lat) * sin(lon)

z = R *sin(lat)

Where R is the approximate radius of earth (e.g. 6371 km).

If your trigonometric functions expect radians (which they probably do), you will need to convert your longitude and latitude to radians first. You obviously need a decimal representation, not degrees\minutes\seconds (see e.g. here about conversion).

The formula for back conversion:

   lat = asin(z / R)
   lon = atan2(y, x)

asin is of course arc sine. read about atan2 in wikipedia. Don’t forget to convert back from radians to degrees.

This page gives c# code for this (note that it is very different from the formulas), and also some explanation and nice diagram of why this is correct,

How could I put a border on my grid control in WPF?

<Grid x:Name="outerGrid">
    <Grid x:Name="innerGrid">
        <Border BorderBrush="#FF179AC8" BorderThickness="2" />
        <other stuff></other stuff>
        <other stuff></other stuff>
    </Grid>
</Grid>

This code Wrap a border inside the "innerGrid"

SQL Server Management Studio alternatives to browse/edit tables and run queries

If you are already spending time in Visual Studio, then you can always use the Server Explorer to connect to any .Net compliant database server.

Provided you're using Professional or greater, you can create and edit tables and databases, run queries, etc.

How do I wait for an asynchronously dispatched block to finish?

Here is an alternative from one of my tests:

__block BOOL success;
NSCondition *completed = NSCondition.new;
[completed lock];

STAssertNoThrow([self.client asyncSomethingWithCompletionHandler:^(id value) {
    success = value != nil;
    [completed lock];
    [completed signal];
    [completed unlock];
}], nil);    
[completed waitUntilDate:[NSDate dateWithTimeIntervalSinceNow:2]];
[completed unlock];
STAssertTrue(success, nil);

Laravel 5 not finding css files

You can use one of the following options:

<link href="{{ asset('css/app.css') }}" rel="stylesheet" type="text/css" >

<link href="{{ URL::asset('css/app.css') }}" rel="stylesheet" type="text/css" >

{!! Html::style( asset('css/app.css')) !!}

How do I use the Tensorboard callback of Keras?

You wrote log_dir='/Graph' did you mean ./Graph instead? You sent it to /home/user/Graph at the moment.

Converting unix timestamp string to readable date

Note that utcfromtimestamp is confusing and can lead to unexpected results due to the resulting naive datetime object. Better be explicit and set tz argument in fromtimestamp:

from datetime import datetime, timezone

dtobj = datetime.fromtimestamp(1284101485, timezone.utc)

print(dtobj.isoformat())
print(repr(dtobj))
# 2010-09-10T06:51:25+00:00
# datetime.datetime(2010, 9, 10, 6, 51, 25, tzinfo=datetime.timezone.utc)

Not specifying the time zone (tz) will lead to naive datetime, which Python treats as local time - while UNIX time refers to UTC.

python: SyntaxError: EOL while scanning string literal

I was getting this error in postgresql function. I had a long SQL which I broke into multiple lines with \ for better readability. However, that was the problem. I removed all and made them in one line to fix the issue. I was using pgadmin III.

Time complexity of nested for-loop

A quick way to explain this is to visualize it.

if both i and j are from 0 to N, it's easy to see O(N^2)

O O O O O O O O
O O O O O O O O
O O O O O O O O
O O O O O O O O
O O O O O O O O
O O O O O O O O
O O O O O O O O
O O O O O O O O

in this case, it's:

O
O O
O O O
O O O O
O O O O O
O O O O O O
O O O O O O O
O O O O O O O O

This comes out to be 1/2 of N^2, which is still O(N^2)

Java function for arrays like PHP's join()?

I do it this way using a StringBuilder:

public static String join(String[] source, String delimiter) {
    if ((null == source) || (source.length < 1)) {
        return "";
    }

    StringBuilder stringbuilder = new StringBuilder();
    for (String s : source) {
        stringbuilder.append(s + delimiter);
    }
    return stringbuilder.toString();
} // join((String[], String)

Understanding .get() method in Python

If d is a dictionary, then d.get(k, v) means, give me the value of k in d, unless k isn't there, in which case give me v. It's being used here to get the current count of the character, which should start at 0 if the character hasn't been encountered before.

How to display binary data as image - extjs 4

In front-end JavaScript/HTML, you can load a binary file as an image, you do not have to convert to base64:

<img src="http://engci.nabisco.com/artifactory/repo/folder/my-image">

my-image is a binary image file. This will load just fine.

Unable to compile simple Java 10 / Java 11 project with Maven

Boosting your maven-compiler-plugin to 3.8.0 seems to be necessary but not sufficient. If you're still having problems, you should also make sure your JAVA_HOME environment variable is set to Java 10 (or 11) if you're running from the command line. (The error message you get won't tell you this.) Or if you're running from an IDE, you need to make sure it is set to run maven with your current JDK.

How to get script of SQL Server data?

From the SQL Server Management Studio you can right click on your database and select:

Tasks -> Generate Scripts

Then simply proceed through the wizard. Make sure to set 'Script Data' to TRUE when prompted to choose the script options.

SQL Server 2008 R2

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Further reading:

What is the difference between partitioning and bucketing a table in Hive ?

I think I am late in answering this question, but it keep coming up in my feed.

Navneet has provided excellent answer. Adding to it visually.

Partitioning helps in elimination of data, if used in WHERE clause, where as bucketing helps in organizing data in each partition into multiple files, so as same set of data is always written in same bucket. Helps a lot in joining of columns.

Suppose, you have a table with five columns, name, server_date, some_col3, some_col4 and some_col5. Suppose, you have partitioned the table on server_date and bucketed on name column in 10 buckets, your file structure will look something like below.

  1. server_date=xyz
    • 00000_0
    • 00001_0
    • 00002_0
    • ........
    • 00010_0

Here server_date=xyz is the partition and 000 files are the buckets in each partition. Buckets are calculated based on some hash functions, so rows with name=Sandy will always go in same bucket.

Catching FULL exception message

The following worked well for me

try {
    asdf
} catch {
    $string_err = $_ | Out-String
}

write-host $string_err

The result of this is the following as a string instead of an ErrorRecord object

asdf : The term 'asdf' is not recognized as the name of a cmdlet, function, script file, or operable program. Check the spelling of the name, or if a path was included, verify that the path is correct and try again.
At C:\Users\TASaif\Desktop\tmp\catch_exceptions.ps1:2 char:5
+     asdf
+     ~~~~
    + CategoryInfo          : ObjectNotFound: (asdf:String) [], CommandNotFoundException
    + FullyQualifiedErrorId : CommandNotFoundException

How do I write to the console from a Laravel Controller?

It's very simple.

You can call it from anywhere in APP.

$out = new \Symfony\Component\Console\Output\ConsoleOutput();
$out->writeln("Hello from Terminal");

How to center cards in bootstrap 4?

Add the css for .card

.card {
        margin: 0 auto; /* Added */
        float: none; /* Added */
        margin-bottom: 10px; /* Added */
}

here is the pen

UPDATE: You can use the class .mx-auto available in bootstrap 4 to center cards.

Visual Studio Code - is there a Compare feature like that plugin for Notepad ++?

Here is my favorite way, which I think is a little less tedious than the "Select for Compare, then Compare With..." steps.

  • Open the left side file (not editable)
  • F1 Compare Active File With...
  • Select the right side file (editable) - You can either select a recent file from the dropdown list, or click any file in the Explorer panel.

This works with any arbitrary files, even ones that are not in the project dir. You can even just create 2 new Untitled files and copy/paste text in there too.

How to make the corners of a button round?

Create file myButton.xml

<?xml version="1.0" encoding="utf-8"?>
<shape xmlns:android="http://schemas.android.com/apk/res/android">
    <solid android:color="@color/colorButton"/>
    <corners android:radius="10dp"/>
</shape>

add to your button

 <Button
        android:layout_width="wrap_content"
        android:layout_height="wrap_content"
        android:background="@drawable/myButton"/>

Converting Java file:// URL to File(...) path, platform independent, including UNC paths

I hope (not exactly verified) that newer java brought nio package and Path. Hopefully it have it fixed: String s="C:\\some\\ile.txt"; System.out.println(new File(s).toPath().toUri());

Web Service vs WCF Service

This answer is based on an article that no longer exists:

Summary of article:

"Basically, WCF is a service layer that allows you to build applications that can communicate using a variety of communication mechanisms. With it, you can communicate using Peer to Peer, Named Pipes, Web Services and so on.

You can’t compare them because WCF is a framework for building interoperable applications. If you like, you can think of it as a SOA enabler. What does this mean?

Well, WCF conforms to something known as ABC, where A is the address of the service that you want to communicate with, B stands for the binding and C stands for the contract. This is important because it is possible to change the binding without necessarily changing the code. The contract is much more powerful because it forces the separation of the contract from the implementation. This means that the contract is defined in an interface, and there is a concrete implementation which is bound to by the consumer using the same idea of the contract. The datamodel is abstracted out."

... later ...

"should use WCF when we need to communicate with other communication technologies (e,.g. Peer to Peer, Named Pipes) rather than Web Service"