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Angular.js programmatically setting a form field to dirty

Since AngularJS 1.3.4 you can use $setDirty() on fields (source). For example, for each field with error and marked required you can do the following:

angular.forEach($scope.form.$error.required, function(field) {
    field.$setDirty();
});

Equivalent of Oracle's RowID in SQL Server

If you want to uniquely identify a row within the table rather than your result set, then you need to look at using something like an IDENTITY column. See "IDENTITY property" in the SQL Server help. SQL Server does not auto-generate an ID for each row in the table as Oracle does, so you have to go to the trouble of creating your own ID column and explicitly fetch it in your query.

EDIT: for dynamic numbering of result set rows see below, but that would probably an equivalent for Oracle's ROWNUM and I assume from all the comments on the page that you want the stuff above. For SQL Server 2005 and later you can use the new Ranking Functions function to achieve dynamic numbering of rows.

For example I do this on a query of mine:

select row_number() over (order by rn_execution_date asc) as 'Row Number', rn_execution_date as 'Execution Date', count(*) as 'Count'
from td.run
where rn_execution_date >= '2009-05-19'
group by rn_execution_date
order by rn_execution_date asc

Will give you:

Row Number  Execution Date           Count
----------  -----------------        -----
1          2009-05-19 00:00:00.000  280
2          2009-05-20 00:00:00.000  269
3          2009-05-21 00:00:00.000  279

There's also an article on support.microsoft.com on dynamically numbering rows.

What is the difference between children and childNodes in JavaScript?

Good answers so far, I want to only add that you could check the type of a node using nodeType:

yourElement.nodeType

This will give you an integer: (taken from here)

| Value |             Constant             |                          Description                          |  |
|-------|----------------------------------|---------------------------------------------------------------|--|
|    1  | Node.ELEMENT_NODE                | An Element node such as <p> or <div>.                         |  |
|    2  | Node.ATTRIBUTE_NODE              | An Attribute of an Element. The element attributes            |  |
|       |                                  | are no longer implementing the Node interface in              |  |
|       |                                  | DOM4 specification.                                           |  |
|    3  | Node.TEXT_NODE                   | The actual Text of Element or Attr.                           |  |
|    4  | Node.CDATA_SECTION_NODE          | A CDATASection.                                               |  |
|    5  | Node.ENTITY_REFERENCE_NODE       | An XML Entity Reference node. Removed in DOM4 specification.  |  |
|    6  | Node.ENTITY_NODE                 | An XML <!ENTITY ...> node. Removed in DOM4 specification.     |  |
|    7  | Node.PROCESSING_INSTRUCTION_NODE | A ProcessingInstruction of an XML document                    |  |
|       |                                  | such as <?xml-stylesheet ... ?> declaration.                  |  |
|    8  | Node.COMMENT_NODE                | A Comment node.                                               |  |
|    9  | Node.DOCUMENT_NODE               | A Document node.                                              |  |
|   10  | Node.DOCUMENT_TYPE_NODE          | A DocumentType node e.g. <!DOCTYPE html> for HTML5 documents. |  |
|   11  | Node.DOCUMENT_FRAGMENT_NODE      | A DocumentFragment node.                                      |  |
|   12  | Node.NOTATION_NODE               | An XML <!NOTATION ...> node. Removed in DOM4 specification.   |  |

Note that according to Mozilla:

The following constants have been deprecated and should not be used anymore: Node.ATTRIBUTE_NODE, Node.ENTITY_REFERENCE_NODE, Node.ENTITY_NODE, Node.NOTATION_NODE

Postgres integer arrays as parameters?

See: http://www.postgresql.org/docs/9.1/static/arrays.html

If your non-native driver still does not allow you to pass arrays, then you can:

  • pass a string representation of an array (which your stored procedure can then parse into an array -- see string_to_array)

    CREATE FUNCTION my_method(TEXT) RETURNS VOID AS $$ 
    DECLARE
           ids INT[];
    BEGIN
           ids = string_to_array($1,',');
           ...
    END $$ LANGUAGE plpgsql;
    

    then

    SELECT my_method(:1)
    

    with :1 = '1,2,3,4'

  • rely on Postgres itself to cast from a string to an array

    CREATE FUNCTION my_method(INT[]) RETURNS VOID AS $$ 
           ...
    END $$ LANGUAGE plpgsql;
    

    then

    SELECT my_method('{1,2,3,4}')
    
  • choose not to use bind variables and issue an explicit command string with all parameters spelled out instead (make sure to validate or escape all parameters coming from outside to avoid SQL injection attacks.)

    CREATE FUNCTION my_method(INT[]) RETURNS VOID AS $$ 
           ...
    END $$ LANGUAGE plpgsql;
    

    then

    SELECT my_method(ARRAY [1,2,3,4])
    

Try-catch-finally-return clarification

If the return in the try block is reached, it transfers control to the finally block, and the function eventually returns normally (not a throw).

If an exception occurs, but then the code reaches a return from the catch block, control is transferred to the finally block and the function eventually returns normally (not a throw).

In your example, you have a return in the finally, and so regardless of what happens, the function will return 34, because finally has the final (if you will) word.

Although not covered in your example, this would be true even if you didn't have the catch and if an exception were thrown in the try block and not caught. By doing a return from the finally block, you suppress the exception entirely. Consider:

public class FinallyReturn {
  public static final void main(String[] args) {
    System.out.println(foo(args));
  }

  private static int foo(String[] args) {
    try {
      int n = Integer.parseInt(args[0]);
      return n;
    }
    finally {
      return 42;
    }
  }
}

If you run that without supplying any arguments:

$ java FinallyReturn

...the code in foo throws an ArrayIndexOutOfBoundsException. But because the finally block does a return, that exception gets suppressed.

This is one reason why it's best to avoid using return in finally.

How to print a stack trace in Node.js?

Any Error object has a stack member that traps the point at which it was constructed.

var stack = new Error().stack
console.log( stack )

or more simply:

console.trace("Here I am!")

R define dimensions of empty data frame

I have come across the same problem and have a cleaner solution. Instead of creating an empty data.frame you can instead save your data as a named list. Once you have added all results to this list you convert it to a data.frame after.

For the case of adding features one at a time this works best.

mylist = list()
for(column in 1:10) mylist$column = rnorm(10)
mydf = data.frame(mylist)

For the case of adding rows one at a time this becomes tricky due to mixed types. If all types are the same it is easy.

mylist = list()
for(row in 1:10) mylist$row = rnorm(10)
mydf = data.frame(do.call(rbind, mylist))

I haven't found a simple way to add rows of mixed types. In this case, if you must do it this way, the empty data.frame is probably the best solution.

What's the console.log() of java?

Use the Android logging utility.

http://developer.android.com/reference/android/util/Log.html

Log has a bunch of static methods for accessing the different log levels. The common thread is that they always accept at least a tag and a log message.

Tags are a way of filtering output in your log messages. You can use them to wade through the thousands of log messages you'll see and find the ones you're specifically looking for.

You use the Log functions in Android by accessing the Log.x objects (where the x method is the log level). For example:

Log.d("MyTagGoesHere", "This is my log message at the debug level here");
Log.e("MyTagGoesHere", "This is my log message at the error level here");

I usually make it a point to make the tag my class name so I know where the log message was generated too. Saves a lot of time later on in the game.

You can see your log messages using the logcat tool for android:

adb logcat

Or by opening the eclipse Logcat view by going to the menu bar

Window->Show View->Other then select the Android menu and the LogCat view

Error: "Adb connection Error:An existing connection was forcibly closed by the remote host"

Well, its not compulsory to restart the emulator you can also reset adb from eclipse itself.

1.) Go to DDMS and there is a reset adb option, please see the image below. enter image description here

2.) You can restart adb manually from command prompt

  run->cmd->your_android_sdk_path->platform-tools>

Then write the below commands.

adb kill-server - To kill the server forcefully

adb start-server - To start the server

UPDATED:

F:\android-sdk-windows latest\platform-tools>adb kill-server

F:\android-sdk-windows latest\platform-tools>adb start-server
* daemon not running. starting it now on port 5037 *
* daemon started successfully *

Is there a reason for C#'s reuse of the variable in a foreach?

What you are asking is thoroughly covered by Eric Lippert in his blog post Closing over the loop variable considered harmful and its sequel.

For me, the most convincing argument is that having new variable in each iteration would be inconsistent with for(;;) style loop. Would you expect to have a new int i in each iteration of for (int i = 0; i < 10; i++)?

The most common problem with this behavior is making a closure over iteration variable and it has an easy workaround:

foreach (var s in strings)
{
    var s_for_closure = s;
    query = query.Where(i => i.Prop == s_for_closure); // access to modified closure

My blog post about this issue: Closure over foreach variable in C#.

jQuery find parent form

I would suggest using closest, which selects the closest matching parent element:

$('input[name="submitButton"]').closest("form");

Instead of filtering by the name, I would do this:

$('input[type=submit]').closest("form");

Accessing SQL Database in Excel-VBA

I've added the Initial Catalog to your connection string. I've also abandonded the ADODB.Command syntax in favor of simply creating my own SQL statement and open the recordset on that variable.

Hope this helps.

Sub GetDataFromADO()
    'Declare variables'
        Set objMyConn = New ADODB.Connection
        Set objMyRecordset = New ADODB.Recordset
        Dim strSQL As String

    'Open Connection'
        objMyConn.ConnectionString = "Provider=SQLOLEDB;Data Source=localhost;Initial Catalog=MyDatabase;User ID=abc;Password=abc;"
        objMyConn.Open

    'Set and Excecute SQL Command'
        strSQL = "select * from myTable"

    'Open Recordset'
        Set objMyRecordset.ActiveConnection = objMyConn
        objMyRecordset.Open strSQL            

    'Copy Data to Excel'
        ActiveSheet.Range("A1").CopyFromRecordset (objMyRecordset)

End Sub

Where does Android emulator store SQLite database?

An update mentioned in the comments below:

You don't need to be on the DDMS perspective anymore, just open the File Explorer from Eclipse Window > Show View > Other... It seems the app doesn't need to be running even, I can browse around in different apps file contents. I'm running ADB version 1.0.29


Or, you can try the old approach:

Open the DDMS perspective on your Eclipse IDE

(Window > Open Perspective > Other > DDMS)

and the most important:

YOUR APPLICATION MUST BE RUNNING SO YOU CAN SEE THE HIERARCHY OF FOLDERS AND FILES.

Then in the File Explorer Tab you will follow the path :

data > data > your-package-name > databases > your-database-file.

Then select the file, click on the disket icon in the right corner of the screen to download the .db file. If you want to upload a database file to the emulator you can click on the phone icon(beside disket icon) and choose the file to upload.

If you want to see the content of the .db file, I advise you to use SQLite Database Browser, which you can download here.

PS: If you want to see the database from a real device, you must root your phone.

Single quotes vs. double quotes in C or C++

In C and in C++ single quotes identify a single character, while double quotes create a string literal. 'a' is a single a character literal, while "a" is a string literal containing an 'a' and a null terminator (that is a 2 char array).

In C++ the type of a character literal is char, but note that in C, the type of a character literal is int, that is sizeof 'a' is 4 in an architecture where ints are 32bit (and CHAR_BIT is 8), while sizeof(char) is 1 everywhere.

Git keeps asking me for my ssh key passphrase

If the above solutions are not working for me, one thing to check is that you actually have the public key too (typically id_rsa.pub). It is unusual not to, but that was the cause for me.

To create your public key from your private key:

ssh-keygen -y -f ~/.ssh/id_rsa > ~/.ssh/id_rsa.pub

How to execute a shell script in PHP?

Residuum did provide a correct answer to how you should get shell exec to find your script, but in regards to security, there are a couple of points.

I would imagine you don't want your shell script to be in your web root, as it would be visible to anyone with web access to your server.

I would recommend moving the shell script to outside of the webroot

    <?php
      $tempFolder = '/tmp';
      $webRootFolder = '/var/www';
      $scriptName = 'myscript.sh';
      $moveCommand = "mv $webRootFolder/$scriptName $tempFolder/$scriptName";
      $output = shell_exec($moveCommand);
    ?>

In regards to the:

i added www-data ALL=(ALL) NOPASSWD:ALL to /etc/sudoers works

You can modify this to only cover the specific commands in your script which require sudo. Otherwise, if none of the commands in your sh script require sudo to execute, you don't need to do this at all anyway.

Try running the script as the apache user (use the su command to switch to the apache user) and if you are not prompted for sudo or given permission denied, etc, it'll be fine.

ie:

sudo su apache (or www-data)
cd /var/www
sh ./myscript

Also... what brought me here was that I wanted to run a multi line shell script using commands that are dynamically generated. I wanted all of my commands to run in the same shell, which won't happen using multiple calls to shell_exec(). The answer to that one is to do it like Jenkins - create your dynamically generated multi line of commands, put it in a variable, save it to a file in a temp folder, execute that file (using shell_exec in() php as Jenkins is Java), then do whatever you want with the output, and delete the temp file

... voila

How to use activity indicator view on iPhone?

Create:

spinner = [[UIActivityIndicatorView alloc] initWithActivityIndicatorStyle:UIActivityIndicatorViewStyleWhiteLarge];
[spinner setCenter:CGPointMake(kScreenWidth/2.0, kScreenHeight/2.0)]; // I do this because I'm in landscape mode
[self.view addSubview:spinner]; // spinner is not visible until started

Start:

[spinner startAnimating]; 

Stop:

 [spinner stopAnimating];

When you're finally done, remove the spinner from the view and release.

How to stretch a table over multiple pages

You should \usepackage{longtable}.

How to add a class to body tag?

This should do it:

var newClass = window.location.href;
newClass = newClass.substring(newClass.lastIndexOf('/')+1, 5);
$('body').addClass(newClass);

The whole "five characters" thing is a little worrisome; that kind of arbitrary cutoff is usually a red flag. I'd recommend catching everything until an _ or .:

newClass = newClass.match(/\/[^\/]+(_|\.)[^\/]+$/);

That pattern should yield the following:

  • ../about_us.html : about
  • ../something.html : something
  • ../has_two_underscores.html : has

Oracle Not Equals Operator

Developers using a mybatis-like framework will prefer != over <>. Reason being the <> will need to be wrapped in CDATA as it could be interpreted as xml syntax. Easier on the eyes too.

What's the maximum value for an int in PHP?

It depends on your OS, but 2147483647 is the usual value, according to the manual.

Jquery bind double click and single click separately

Look at the following code

$("#clickMe").click(function (e) {
    var $this = $(this);
    if ($this.hasClass('clicked')){
        alert("Double click");
        //here is your code for double click
        return;
    }else{
         $this.addClass('clicked');
        //your code for single click
         setTimeout(function() { 
                 $this.removeClass('clicked'); },500);
    }//end of else
});

Demo goes here http://jsfiddle.net/cB484/

How to $watch multiple variable change in angular

There is many way to watch multiple values :

//angular 1.1.4
$scope.$watchCollection(['foo', 'bar'], function(newValues, oldValues){
    // do what you want here
});

or more recent version

//angular 1.3
$scope.$watchGroup(['foo', 'bar'], function(newValues, oldValues, scope) {
  //do what you want here
});

Read official doc for more informations : https://docs.angularjs.org/api/ng/type/$rootScope.Scope

How can I delete derived data in Xcode 8?

In the Latest Xcode version 12+ Follow the below steps, I found here https://handyopinion.com/solution-failed-to-load-info-plist-from-bundle-at-path-in-xcode/

1.

enter image description here

2.

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It will navigate to the Derived Data folder then you can remove the content of the folder.

JPA and Hibernate - Criteria vs. JPQL or HQL

To use the best of both worlds, the expressivity and conciseness of HQL and the dynamic nature of Criteria consider using Querydsl.

Querydsl supports JPA/Hibernate, JDO, SQL and Collections.

I am the maintainer of Querydsl, so this answer is biased.

How can I specify system properties in Tomcat configuration on startup?

(Update: If I could delete this answer I would, although since it's accepted, I can't. I'm updating the description to provide better guidance and discourage folks from using the poor practice I outlined in the original answer).

You can specify these parameters via context or environment parameters, such as in context.xml. See the sections titled "Context Parameters" and "Environment Entries" on this page:

http://tomcat.apache.org/tomcat-5.5-doc/config/context.html

As @netjeff points out, these values will be available via the Context.lookup(String) method and not as System parameters.

Another way to do specify these values is to define variables inside of the web.xml file of the web application you're deploying (see below). As @Roberto Lo Giacco points out, this is generally considered a poor practice since a deployed artifact should not be environment specific. However, below is the configuration snippet if you really want to do this:

<env-entry>
    <env-entry-name>SMTP_PASSWORD</env-entry-name>
    <env-entry-type>java.lang.String</env-entry-type>
    <env-entry-value>abc123ftw</env-entry-value>
</env-entry>

Android Fragment onAttach() deprecated

This worked for me when i have userdefined Interface 'TopSectionListener', its object activitycommander:

  //This method gets called whenever we attach fragment to the activity
@Override
public void onAttach(Context context) {
    super.onAttach(context);
    Activity a=getActivity();
    try {
        if(context instanceof Activity)
           this.activitycommander=(TopSectionListener)a;
    }catch (ClassCastException e){
        throw new ClassCastException(a.toString());}

}

get basic SQL Server table structure information

You could use these functions:

sp_help TableName
sp_helptext ProcedureName

Convert a number into a Roman Numeral in javaScript

I wrote this from scratch for freecodecamp challenge. I hope this will help someone.

_x000D_
_x000D_
function convertToRoman(num) {_x000D_
_x000D_
    var nums = [0, 0, 0, 0];_x000D_
_x000D_
    var numsRom = ["", "", "", ""];_x000D_
_x000D_
    var nRom = {_x000D_
        I: "I",_x000D_
        V: "V",_x000D_
        X: "X",_x000D_
        L: "L",_x000D_
        C: "C",_x000D_
        D: "D",_x000D_
        M: "M"_x000D_
    };_x000D_
    /*_x000D_
    1,_x000D_
    5,_x000D_
    10,_x000D_
    50,_x000D_
    100,_x000D_
    500,_x000D_
    1000_x000D_
    */_x000D_
_x000D_
    var i;_x000D_
_x000D_
    nums[0] = Math.floor(num / 1000);_x000D_
    nums[1] = Math.floor((num - nums[0] * 1000) / 100);_x000D_
    nums[2] = Math.floor((num - nums[0] * 1000 - nums[1] * 100) / 10);_x000D_
    nums[3] = num - nums[0] * 1000 - nums[1] * 100 - nums[2] * 10;_x000D_
_x000D_
    //1000_x000D_
    for (i = 0; i < nums[0]; i++) {_x000D_
        numsRom[0] += nRom.M;_x000D_
    }_x000D_
_x000D_
    //100_x000D_
    switch (nums[1]) {_x000D_
        case 1:_x000D_
        case 2:_x000D_
        case 3:_x000D_
            for (i = 0; i < nums[1]; i++) {_x000D_
                numsRom[1] += nRom.C;_x000D_
            }_x000D_
            break;_x000D_
        case 4:_x000D_
            numsRom[1] += nRom.C + nRom.D;_x000D_
            break;_x000D_
        case 5:_x000D_
            numsRom[1] += nRom.D;_x000D_
            break;_x000D_
        case 6:_x000D_
        case 7:_x000D_
        case 8:_x000D_
            numsRom[1] += nRom.D;_x000D_
            for (i = 0; i < nums[1] - 5; i++) {_x000D_
                numsRom[1] += nRom.C;_x000D_
            }_x000D_
            break;_x000D_
        case 9:_x000D_
            numsRom[1] += nRom.C + nRom.M;_x000D_
    }_x000D_
_x000D_
    //10_x000D_
    switch (nums[2]) {_x000D_
        case 1:_x000D_
        case 2:_x000D_
        case 3:_x000D_
            for (i = 0; i < nums[2]; i++) {_x000D_
                numsRom[2] += nRom.X;_x000D_
            }_x000D_
            break;_x000D_
        case 4:_x000D_
            numsRom[2] += nRom.X + nRom.L;_x000D_
            break;_x000D_
        case 5:_x000D_
            numsRom[2] += nRom.L;_x000D_
            break;_x000D_
        case 6:_x000D_
        case 7:_x000D_
        case 8:_x000D_
            numsRom[2] += nRom.L;_x000D_
            for (i = 0; i < nums[2] - 5; i++) {_x000D_
                numsRom[2] += nRom.X;_x000D_
            }_x000D_
            break;_x000D_
        case 9:_x000D_
            numsRom[2] += nRom.X + nRom.C;_x000D_
    }_x000D_
_x000D_
    //1_x000D_
    switch (nums[3]) {_x000D_
        case 1:_x000D_
        case 2:_x000D_
        case 3:_x000D_
            for (i = 0; i < nums[3]; i++) {_x000D_
                numsRom[3] += nRom.I;_x000D_
            }_x000D_
            break;_x000D_
        case 4:_x000D_
            numsRom[3] += nRom.I + nRom.V;_x000D_
            break;_x000D_
        case 5:_x000D_
            numsRom[3] += nRom.V;_x000D_
            break;_x000D_
        case 6:_x000D_
        case 7:_x000D_
        case 8:_x000D_
            numsRom[3] += nRom.V;_x000D_
            for (i = 0; i < nums[3] - 5; i++) {_x000D_
                numsRom[3] += nRom.I;_x000D_
            }_x000D_
            break;_x000D_
        case 9:_x000D_
            numsRom[2] += nRom.I + nRom.X;_x000D_
    }_x000D_
_x000D_
    return numsRom.join("");_x000D_
}_x000D_
_x000D_
console.log("Number: " + 1234 + " is " + convertToRoman(1234));
_x000D_
_x000D_
_x000D_

One-line list comprehension: if-else variants

Just another solution, hope some one may like it :

Using: [False, True][Expression]

>>> map(lambda x: [x*100, x][x % 2 != 0], range(1,10))
[1, 200, 3, 400, 5, 600, 7, 800, 9]
>>>

Rails: Adding an index after adding column

Add in the generated migration after creating the column the following (example)

add_index :photographers, :email, :unique => true

Auto populate columns in one sheet from another sheet

Use the 'EntireColumn' property, that's what it is there for. C# snippet, but should give you a good indication of how to do this:

string rangeQuery = "A1:A1";

Range range = workSheet.get_Range(rangeQuery, Type.Missing);

range = range.EntireColumn;

Uncaught SyntaxError: Block-scoped declarations (let, const, function, class) not yet supported outside strict mode

This means that you must declare strict mode by writing "use strict" at the beginning of the file or the function to use block-scope declarations.

EX:

function test(){
    "use strict";
    let a = 1;
} 

Javascript replace with reference to matched group?

You can use replace instead of gsub.

"hello _there_".replace(/_(.*?)_/g, "<div>\$1</div>")

how to call javascript function in html.actionlink in asp.net mvc?

@Html.ActionLink("Edit","ActionName",new{id=item.id},new{onclick="functionname();"})

Android Device Chooser -- device not showing up

The device was not showing up because of the following line in android manifest file---

<uses-sdk android:minSdkVersion="18"
        android:targetSdkVersion="18"/>

I changed it to---

<uses-sdk android:minSdkVersion="8"
        android:targetSdkVersion="19"/>

Now it worked.

How can I combine two commits into one commit?

  1. Checkout your branch and count quantity of all your commits.
  2. Open git bash and write: git rebase -i HEAD~<quantity of your commits> (i.e. git rebase -i HEAD~5)
  3. In opened txt file change pick keyword to squash for all commits, except first commit (which is on the top). For top one change it to reword (which means you will provide a new comment for this commit in the next step) and click SAVE! If in vim, press esc then save by entering wq! and press enter.
  4. Provide Comment.
  5. Open Git and make "Fetch all" to see new changes.

Done

Transaction count after EXECUTE indicates a mismatching number of BEGIN and COMMIT statements. Previous count = 1, current count = 0

In my opinion the accepted answer is in most cases an overkill.

The cause of the error is often mismatch of BEGIN and COMMIT as clearly stated by the error. This means using:

Begin
  Begin
    -- your query here
  End
commit

instead of

Begin Transaction
  Begin
    -- your query here
  End
commit

omitting Transaction after Begin causes this error!

how to pass list as parameter in function

public void SomeMethod(List<DateTime> dates)
{
    // do something
}

Comparison between Corona, Phonegap, Titanium

For anybody interested in Titanium i must say that they don't have a very good documentation some classes, properties, methods are missing. But a lot is "documented" in their sample app the KitchenSink so it is not THAT bad.

Comparing two strings in C?

You need to use strcmp:

strcmp(namet2, nameIt2)

Reference member variables as class members

Is there a name to describe this idiom?

In UML it is called aggregation. It differs from composition in that the member object is not owned by the referring class. In C++ you can implement aggregation in two different ways, through references or pointers.

I am assuming it is to prevent the possibly large overhead of copying a big complex object?

No, that would be a really bad reason to use this. The main reason for aggregation is that the contained object is not owned by the containing object and thus their lifetimes are not bound. In particular the referenced object lifetime must outlive the referring one. It might have been created much earlier and might live beyond the end of the lifetime of the container. Besides that, the state of the referenced object is not controlled by the class, but can change externally. If the reference is not const, then the class can change the state of an object that lives outside of it.

Is this generally good practice? Are there any pitfalls to this approach?

It is a design tool. In some cases it will be a good idea, in some it won't. The most common pitfall is that the lifetime of the object holding the reference must never exceed the lifetime of the referenced object. If the enclosing object uses the reference after the referenced object was destroyed, you will have undefined behavior. In general it is better to prefer composition to aggregation, but if you need it, it is as good a tool as any other.

DateTime and CultureInfo

InvariantCulture is similar to en-US, so i would use the correct CultureInfo instead:

var dutchCulture = CultureInfo.CreateSpecificCulture("nl-NL");
var date1 = DateTime.ParseExact(date, "dd.MM.yyyy HH:mm:ss", dutchCulture);

Demo

And what about when the culture is en-us? Will I have to code for every single language there is out there?

If you want to know how to display the date in another culture like "en-us", you can use date1.ToString(CultureInfo.CreateSpecificCulture("en-US")).

How do I update a Mongo document after inserting it?

This is an old question, but I stumbled onto this when looking for the answer so I wanted to give the update to the answer for reference.

The methods save and update are deprecated.

save(to_save, manipulate=True, check_keys=True, **kwargs)¶ Save a document in this collection.

DEPRECATED - Use insert_one() or replace_one() instead.

Changed in version 3.0: Removed the safe parameter. Pass w=0 for unacknowledged write operations.

update(spec, document, upsert=False, manipulate=False, multi=False, check_keys=True, **kwargs) Update a document(s) in this collection.

DEPRECATED - Use replace_one(), update_one(), or update_many() instead.

Changed in version 3.0: Removed the safe parameter. Pass w=0 for unacknowledged write operations.

in the OPs particular case, it's better to use replace_one.

Remove duplicate values from JS array

for (i=0; i<originalArray.length; i++) {  
    if (!newArray.includes(originalArray[i])) {
        newArray.push(originalArray[i]); 
    }
}

How to build an APK file in Eclipse?

Eclipse 3.7 (Indigo): Go to Windows -> Preferences -> Android -> Build and uncheck "Skip packaging and dexing until export or launch"

Also, you can build it manually via Menu -> Project -> **Uncheck "Build automatically"**.

How to detect if CMD is running as Administrator/has elevated privileges?

A "not-a-one-liner" version of https://stackoverflow.com/a/38856823/2193477

@echo off
net.exe session 1>NUL 2>NUL || goto :not_admin
echo SUCCESS
goto :eof

:not_admin
echo ERROR: Please run as a local administrator.
exit /b 1

Bad File Descriptor with Linux Socket write() Bad File Descriptor C

I had this error too, my problem was in some part of code I didn't close file descriptor and in other part, I tried to open that file!! use close(fd) system call after you finished working on a file.

How to search for occurrences of more than one space between words in a line

Search for [ ]{2,}. This will find two or more adjacent spaces anywhere within the line. It will also match leading and trailing spaces as well as lines that consist entirely of spaces. If you don't want that, check out Alexander's answer.

Actually, you can leave out the brackets, they are just for clarity (otherwise the space character that is being repeated isn't that well visible :)).

The problem with \s{2,} is that it will also match newlines on Windows files (where newlines are denoted by CRLF or \r\n which is matched by \s{2}.

If you also want to find multiple tabs and spaces, use [ \t]{2,}.

Strip first and last character from C string

The most efficient way:

//Note destroys the original string by removing it's last char
// Do not pass in a string literal.
char * getAllButFirstAndLast(char *input)
{
  int len = strlen(input); 
  if(len > 0)
    input++;//Go past the first char
  if(len > 1)
    input[len - 2] = '\0';//Replace the last char with a null termination
  return input;
}


//...
//Call it like so
char str[512];
strcpy(str, "hello world");
char *pMod = getAllButFirstAndLast(str);

The safest way:

void getAllButFirstAndLast(const char *input, char *output)
{
  int len = strlen(input);
  if(len > 0)
    strcpy(output, ++input);
  if(len > 1)
    output[len - 2] = '\0';
}


//...
//Call it like so
char mod[512];
getAllButFirstAndLast("hello world", mod);

The second way is less efficient but it is safer because you can pass in string literals into input. You could also use strdup for the second way if you didn't want to implement it yourself.

Catching an exception while using a Python 'with' statement

The best "Pythonic" way to do this, exploiting the with statement, is listed as Example #6 in PEP 343, which gives the background of the statement.

@contextmanager
def opened_w_error(filename, mode="r"):
    try:
        f = open(filename, mode)
    except IOError, err:
        yield None, err
    else:
        try:
            yield f, None
        finally:
            f.close()

Used as follows:

with opened_w_error("/etc/passwd", "a") as (f, err):
    if err:
        print "IOError:", err
    else:
        f.write("guido::0:0::/:/bin/sh\n")

Getting request doesn't pass access control check: No 'Access-Control-Allow-Origin' header is present on the requested resource

In case of Request to a REST Service:

You need to allow the CORS (cross origin sharing of resources) on the endpoint of your REST Service with Spring annotation:

@CrossOrigin(origins = "http://localhost:8080")

Very good tutorial: https://spring.io/guides/gs/rest-service-cors/

Trim string in JavaScript?

The trim from jQuery is convenient if you are already using that framework.

$.trim('  your string   ');

I tend to use jQuery often, so trimming strings with it is natural for me. But it's possible that there is backlash against jQuery out there? :)

jQuery - how to check if an element exists?

I use this:

if ($('.div1').size() || $('.div2').size()) {
    console.log('ok');
}

Apache Tomcat :java.net.ConnectException: Connection refused

Not sure if your issue was fixed and how. But I faced the same issue while trying to make a tomcat instance running.

  • The port was not in use.
  • There was no firewall issue.
  • Tomcat instance was starting up fine.

I changed the custom shutdown script and this issue was fixed. Old Script:-

export CATALINA_HOME=/home/lrsprod/ELA/tomcat6/apache-tomcat-6.0.35 $CATALINA_HOME/bin/catalina.sh stop

Added catalina base to it.

export CATALINA_BASE=/home/lrsprod/ELA/tomcat6/ela_instance export CATALINA_HOME=/home/lrsprod/ELA/tomcat6/apache-tomcat-6.0.35 $CATALINA_HOME/bin/catalina.sh stop

That did the trick.

Download/Stream file from URL - asp.net

You could use HttpWebRequest to get the file and stream it back to the client. This allows you to get the file with a url. An example of this that I found ( but can't remember where to give credit ) is

    //Create a stream for the file
    Stream stream = null;

    //This controls how many bytes to read at a time and send to the client
    int bytesToRead = 10000;

    // Buffer to read bytes in chunk size specified above
    byte[] buffer = new Byte[bytesToRead];

    // The number of bytes read
    try
    {
      //Create a WebRequest to get the file
      HttpWebRequest fileReq = (HttpWebRequest) HttpWebRequest.Create(url);

      //Create a response for this request
      HttpWebResponse fileResp = (HttpWebResponse) fileReq.GetResponse();

      if (fileReq.ContentLength > 0)
        fileResp.ContentLength = fileReq.ContentLength;

        //Get the Stream returned from the response
        stream = fileResp.GetResponseStream();

        // prepare the response to the client. resp is the client Response
        var resp = HttpContext.Current.Response;

        //Indicate the type of data being sent
        resp.ContentType = "application/octet-stream";

        //Name the file 
        resp.AddHeader("Content-Disposition", "attachment; filename=\"" + fileName + "\"");
        resp.AddHeader("Content-Length", fileResp.ContentLength.ToString());

        int length;
        do
        {
            // Verify that the client is connected.
            if (resp.IsClientConnected)
            {
                // Read data into the buffer.
                length = stream.Read(buffer, 0, bytesToRead);

                // and write it out to the response's output stream
                resp.OutputStream.Write(buffer, 0, length);

                // Flush the data
                resp.Flush();

                //Clear the buffer
                buffer = new Byte[bytesToRead];
            }
            else
            {
                // cancel the download if client has disconnected
                length = -1;
            }
        } while (length > 0); //Repeat until no data is read
    }
    finally
    {
        if (stream != null)
        {
            //Close the input stream
            stream.Close();
        }
    }

Dart SDK is not configured

Many answers here, but I believe most are missing the point.

You're running this command from a shell, and most if not all answers are related to running inside an IDE. There's a difference.

If you're using the shell to run your Dart / Flutter commands, make sure you've set up the environment variables necessary for the commands to know where to look for the right tools.

Personally, as I mostly work on a laptop, I've offloaded my main drive from all the space required by the development tools, moving everything to an external drive as described in this answer, so I have to tell the system where I've placed the various components.

Same goes for running commands from the command line vs. from an IDE, as an IDE can store this configuration, while the shell will not, unless you store it in the shell's startup files.

I use macOS, Homebrew and the ZShell, and I like to have the Dart SDK as a separate install, so I can track the DEV branch for Dart via Homebrew, while my Flutter install is using the BETA branch.

So, in my ~/.zprofile I have:

export HOMEBREW_PREFIX="$(brew --prefix)"

# Android / Java, Dart / Flutter related
export FLUTTER_ROOT="${SSD}/Lib/flutter" # Path to your main Flutter install
export DART_SDK="${HOMEBREW_PREFIX}/opt/dart/libexec" # Separate Dart SDK install
export JAVA_HOME="/Library/Java/JavaVirtualMachines/adoptopenjdk-8.jdk/Contents/Home" # JDK
export ANDROID_SDK_ROOT="${SSD}/Lib/android/sdk" # Top-level Android SDK directory
export ANDROID_HOME="${SSD}/Lib/android/sdk" # Same as above, needed by other tools I use
export ANDROID_AVD_HOME="${SSD}/Lib/android/avd" # Path to the moved emulators etc

Then I make sure that the $PATH variable is set up in the right order, so when I do Dart specific commands, the up-to-date Dart DEV branch is being used, while Flutter commands will use the Flutter BETA branch.

If you're using Zsh or Bash, add the additional paths at the end of .zshrc or .bashrc respectively, as these are called for every Terminal / Shell you start after login:

# Prepending to already established PATH

export PATH="\
/Library/Java/JavaVirtualMachines/adoptopenjdk-8.jdk/Contents/Home/bin:\
${HOME}/.pub-cache/bin:\
${HOMEBREW_PREFIX}/opt/dart/libexec/bin:\
${SSD}/Lib/flutter/.pub-cache/bin:\
${SSD}/Lib/flutter/bin:\
${SSD}/Lib/android/sdk/platform-tools:\
${SSD}/Lib/android/sdk/tools/bin:\
${SSD}/Lib/android/sdk/emulator:\
${PATH}"

# If you're using Zsh, add this to clean up duplicate entries building up from running this 
# in every Terminal you launch:
# Remove duplicates from $PATH
typeset -aU path;

# Not sure, but in Bash, to remove duplicates you could do something like:
echo -n $PATH | awk -v RS=: '!($0 in a) {a[$0]; printf("%s%s", length(a) > 1 ? ":" : "", $0)}'

Now, that was a mouthful of stuff, but this is the way I maintain the order of operations...

PHP Adding 15 minutes to Time value

Current date and time

$current_date_time = date('Y-m-d H:i:s');

15 min ago Date and time

$newTime = date("Y-m-d H:i:s",strtotime("+15 minutes", strtotime($current_date)));

How to make a simple popup box in Visual C#?

Just type mbox then hit tab it will give you a magic shortcut to pump up a message box.

Gradle's dependency cache may be corrupt (this sometimes occurs after a network connection timeout.)

A lot of answer to this questions but a few were helping. I want to give accurate and updated answer.

Gradle's dependency cache may be corrupt (this sometimes occurs after a network connection timeout.)

This error happens when you bad internet connection or you put your computer to sleep while Android Studio is downloading the required dependencies.

How to resolve this issue.

  1. Find out the project's Gradle version. You will find that in gradle-wrapper.properties in distributionUrl my gradle distribution was https\://services.gradle.org/distributions/gradle-6.5-all.zip that means gradle-6.5-all.zip is required to download and right now it is corrupted because of connection timeout. Lets find out this folder and delete this.
  2. Go to .gradle folder then to wrapper then to dists then find a folder that matches the gradle version name that required to download. In my case it was gradle-6.5-all.zip select this folder and delete it.
  3. Now sync the project and make sure you have good internet connection and setting that will prevent your system going to sleep while downloading something.

List of strings to one string

My vote is string.Join

No need for lambda evaluations and temporary functions to be created, fewer function calls, less stack pushing and popping.

Can regular expressions be used to match nested patterns?

Yes, if it is .NET RegEx-engine. .Net engine supports finite state machine supplied with an external stack. see details

To add server using sp_addlinkedserver

-- check if server exists in table sys.server

select * from sys.servers

-- set database security

    EXEC sp_configure 'show advanced options', 1
    RECONFIGURE
    GO

    EXEC sp_configure 'ad hoc distributed queries', 1
    RECONFIGURE
    GO

-- add the external dbserver

EXEC sp_addlinkedserver @server='#servername#'

-- add login on external server

EXEC sp_addlinkedsrvlogin '#Servername#', 'false', NULL, '#username#', '#password@123"'

-- control query on remote table

select top (1000) * from [#server#].[#database#].[#schema#].[#table#]

How does the stack work in assembly language?

The stack is just a way that programs and functions use memory.

The stack always confused me, so I made an illustration:

The stack is like stalactites

(svg version here)

  • A push "attaches a new stalactite to the ceiling".
  • A pop "pops off a stalactite".

Hope it's more helpful than confusing.

Feel free to use the SVG image (CC0 licensed).

Use multiple custom fonts using @font-face?

Check out fontsquirrel. They have a web font generator, which will also spit out a suitable stylesheet for your font (look for "@font-face kit"). This stylesheet can be included in your own, or you can use it as a template.

How to find if element with specific id exists or not

You need to specify which object you're calling getElementById from. In this case you can use document. You also can't just call .value on any element directly. For example if the element is textbox .value will return the value, but if it's a div it will not have a value.

You also have a wrong condition, you're checking

if (myEle == null)

which you should change to

if (myEle != null)

var myEle = document.getElementById("myElement");
if(myEle != null) { 
    var myEleValue= myEle.value; 
}

What is the difference between max-device-width and max-width for mobile web?

the difference is that max-device-width is all screen's width and max-width means the space used by the browser to show the pages. But another important difference is the support of android browsers, in fact if u're going to use max-device-width this will work only in Opera, instead I'm sure that max-width will work for every kind of mobile browser (I had test it in Chrome, firefox and opera for ANDROID).

Can not deserialize instance of java.lang.String out of START_OBJECT token

Data content is so variable, I think the best form is to define it as "ObjectNode" and next create his own class to parse:

Finally:

private ObjectNode data;

How to horizontally center a floating element of a variable width?

Say you have a DIV you want centred horizontally:

 <div id="foo">Lorem ipsum</div>

In the CSS you'd style it with this:

#foo
{
  margin:0 auto; 
  width:30%;
}

Which states that you have a top and bottom margin of zero pixels, and on either left or right, automatically work out how much is needed to be even.

Doesn't really matter what you put in for the width, as long as it's there and isn't 100%. Otherwise you wouldn't be setting the centre on anything.

But if you float it, left or right, then the bets are off since that pulls it out of the normal flow of elements on the page and the auto margin setting won't work.

Open S3 object as a string with Boto3

read will return bytes. At least for Python 3, if you want to return a string, you have to decode using the right encoding:

import boto3

s3 = boto3.resource('s3')

obj = s3.Object(bucket, key)
obj.get()['Body'].read().decode('utf-8') 

What is the correct way to represent null XML elements?

In many cases the purpose of a Null value is to serve for a data value that was not present in a previous version of your application.

So say you have an xml file from your application "ReportMaster" version 1.

Now in ReportMaster version 2 a some more attributes have been added that may or not be defined.

If you use the 'no tag means null' representation you get automatic backward compatibility for reading your ReportMaster 1 xml file.

How to get the position of a character in Python?

What happens when the string contains a duplicate character? from my experience with index() I saw that for duplicate you get back the same index.

For example:

s = 'abccde'
for c in s:
    print('%s, %d' % (c, s.index(c)))

would return:

a, 0
b, 1
c, 2
c, 2
d, 4

In that case you can do something like that:

for i, character in enumerate(my_string):
   # i is the position of the character in the string

Taking inputs with BufferedReader in Java

You can't read individual integers in a single line separately using BufferedReader as you do using Scannerclass. Although, you can do something like this in regard to your query :

import java.io.*;
class Test
{
   public static void main(String args[])throws IOException
    {
       BufferedReader br=new BufferedReader(new InputStreamReader(System.in));
       int t=Integer.parseInt(br.readLine());
       for(int i=0;i<t;i++)
       {
         String str=br.readLine();
         String num[]=br.readLine().split(" ");
         int num1=Integer.parseInt(num[0]);
         int num2=Integer.parseInt(num[1]);
         //rest of your code
       }
    }
}

I hope this will help you.

Laravel: How do I parse this json data in view blade?

For such case, you can do like this

@foreach (json_decode($leads->member) as $member)
     {{ $genre }}
@endforeach

Resize a picture to fit a JLabel

Or u can do it this way. The function u put the below 6 lines will throw an IOException. And will take your JLabel as a parameter.

BufferedImage bi=new BufferedImage(label.width(),label.height(),BufferedImage.TYPE_INT_RGB);

Graphics2D g=bi.createGraphics();

Image img=ImageIO.read(new File("path of your image"));

g.drawImage(img, 0, 0, label.width(), label.height(), null);

g.dispose();

return bi;

How do I use brew installed Python as the default Python?

python formula now uses python3(v3.6.5 for now), brew will link the directory:

/usr/local/opt/python -> ../Cellar/python/3.6.5

it will also link the binary:

/usr/local/bin/python3 -> ../Cellar/python/3.6.5/bin/python3

If you still need to use python2.x, use:

brew install python@2

To use homebrew's python, just put its directory in PATH, for bash:

export PATH="/usr/local/opt/python/libexec/bin:$PATH"

for fish:

set -x PATH /usr/local/opt/python/libexec/bin $PATH

Note:

  1. doing this will shadow the system default version of python
  2. homebrew used to link python to /usr/local/share/python in older versions.

Moment.js get day name from date

With moment you can parse the date string you have:

var dt = moment(myDate.date, "YYYY-MM-DD HH:mm:ss")

That's for UTC, you'll have to convert the time zone from that point if you so desire.

Then you can get the day of the week:

dt.format('dddd');

SQL Connection Error: System.Data.SqlClient.SqlException (0x80131904)

See my post here

How are you? I had the same problem while i was trying connect to MSSQL Server remotely using jdbc (dbeaver on debian).

After a while, i found out that my firewall configuration was not correctly. So maybe it could help you!

Configure the firewall to allow network traffic that is related to SQL Server and to the SQL Server Browser service.

Four exceptions must be configured in Windows Firewall to allow access to SQL Server:

A port exception for TCP Port 1433. In the New Inbound Rule Wizard dialog, use the following information to create a port exception: Select Port Select TCP and specify port 1433 Allow the connection Choose all three profiles (Domain, Private & Public) Name the rule “SQL – TCP 1433" A port exception for UDP Port 1434. Click New Rule again and use the following information to create another port exception: Select Port Select UDP and specify port 1434 Allow the connection Choose all three profiles (Domain, Private & Public) Name the rule “SQL – UDP 1434 A program exception for sqlservr.exe. Click New Rule again and use the following information to create a program exception: Select Program Click Browse to select ‘sqlservr.exe’ at this location: [C:\Program Files\Microsoft SQL Server\MSSQL11.\MSSQL\Binn\sqlservr.exe] where is the name of your SQL instance. Allow the connection Choose all three profiles (Domain, Private & Public) Name the rule SQL – sqlservr.exe A program exception for sqlbrowser.exe Click New Rule again and use the following information to create another program exception: Select Program Click Browse to select sqlbrowser.exe at this location: [C:\Program Files\Microsoft SQL Server\90\Shared\sqlbrowser.exe]. Allow the connection Choose all three profiles (Domain, Private & Public) Name the rule SQL - sqlbrowser.exe

Source: http://blog.citrix24.com/configure-sql-express-to-accept-remote-connections/

HTTP GET request in JavaScript?

Lots of great advice above, but not very reusable, and too often filled with DOM nonsense and other fluff that hides the easy code.

Here's a Javascript class we created that's reusable and easy to use. Currently it only has a GET method, but that works for us. Adding a POST shouldn't tax anyone's skills.

var HttpClient = function() {
    this.get = function(aUrl, aCallback) {
        var anHttpRequest = new XMLHttpRequest();
        anHttpRequest.onreadystatechange = function() { 
            if (anHttpRequest.readyState == 4 && anHttpRequest.status == 200)
                aCallback(anHttpRequest.responseText);
        }

        anHttpRequest.open( "GET", aUrl, true );            
        anHttpRequest.send( null );
    }
}

Using it is as easy as:

var client = new HttpClient();
client.get('http://some/thing?with=arguments', function(response) {
    // do something with response
});

Rails: How to run `rails generate scaffold` when the model already exists?

You can make use of scaffold_controller and remember to pass the attributes of the model, or scaffold will be generated without the attributes.

rails g scaffold_controller User name email
# or
rails g scaffold_controller User name:string email:string

This command will generate following files:

create  app/controllers/users_controller.rb
invoke  haml
create    app/views/users
create    app/views/users/index.html.haml
create    app/views/users/edit.html.haml
create    app/views/users/show.html.haml
create    app/views/users/new.html.haml
create    app/views/users/_form.html.haml
invoke  test_unit
create    test/controllers/users_controller_test.rb
invoke  helper
create    app/helpers/users_helper.rb
invoke    test_unit
invoke  jbuilder
create    app/views/users/index.json.jbuilder
create    app/views/users/show.json.jbuilder

How to bind Close command to a button

In the beginning I was also having a bit of trouble figuring out how this works so I wanted to post a better explanation of what is actually going on.

According to my research the best way to handle things like this is using the Command Bindings. What happens is a "Message" is broadcast to everything in the program. So what you have to do is use the CommandBinding. What this essentially does is say "When you hear this Message do this".

So in the Question the User is trying to Close the Window. The first thing we need to do is setup our Functions that will be called when the SystemCommand.CloseWindowCommand is broadcast. Optionally you can assign a Function that determines if the Command should be executed. An example would be closing a Form and checking if the User has saved.

MainWindow.xaml.cs (Or other Code-Behind)

void CloseApp( object target, ExecutedRoutedEventArgs e ) {
    /*** Code to check for State before Closing ***/
    this.Close();
}

void CloseAppCanExecute( object sender, CanExecuteRoutedEventArgs e ) {
    /*** Logic to Determine if it is safe to Close the Window ***/
    e.CanExecute = true;
}

Now we need to setup the "Connection" between the SystemCommands.CloseWindowCommand and the CloseApp and CloseAppCanExecute

MainWindow.xaml (Or anything that implements CommandBindings)

<Window.CommandBindings>
    <CommandBinding Command="SystemCommands.CloseWindowCommand"
                    Executed="CloseApp"
                    CanExecute="CloseAppCanExecute"/>
</Window.CommandBindings>

You can omit the CanExecute if you know that the Command should be able to always be executed Save might be a good example depending on the Application. Here is a Example:

<Window.CommandBindings>
    <CommandBinding Command="SystemCommands.CloseWindowCommand"
                    Executed="CloseApp"/>
</Window.CommandBindings>

Finally you need to tell the UIElement to send out the CloseWindowCommand.

<Button Command="SystemCommands.CloseWindowCommand">

Its actually a very simple thing to do, just setup the link between the Command and the actual Function to Execute then tell the Control to send out the Command to the rest of your program saying "Ok everyone run your Functions for the Command CloseWindowCommand".

This is actually a very nice way of handing this because, you can reuse the Executed Function all over without having a wrapper like you would with say WinForms (using a ClickEvent and calling a function within the Event Function) like:

protected override void OnClick(EventArgs e){
    /*** Function to Execute ***/
}

In WPF you attach the Function to a Command and tell the UIElement to execute the Function attached to the Command instead.

I hope this clears things up...

jQuery $(".class").click(); - multiple elements, click event once

I had the same problem. The cause was that I had the same jquery several times. He was placed in a loop.

$ (". AddProduct"). click (function () {});
$ (". AddProduct"). click (function () {});
$ (". AddProduct"). click (function () {});
$ (". AddProduct"). click (function () {});
$ (". AddProduct"). click (function () {});

For this reason was firing multiple times

Deleting all files from a folder using PHP?

$dir = 'your/directory/';
foreach(glob($dir.'*.*') as $v){
    unlink($v);
}

What are the Differences Between "php artisan dump-autoload" and "composer dump-autoload"?

composer dump-autoload

PATH vendor/composer/autoload_classmap.php
  • Composer dump-autoload won’t download a thing.
  • It just regenerates the list of all classes that need to be included in the project (autoload_classmap.php).
  • Ideal for when you have a new class inside your project.
  • autoload_classmap.php also includes the providers in config/app.php

php artisan dump-autoload

  • It will call Composer with the optimize flag
  • It will 'recompile' loads of files creating the huge bootstrap/compiled.php

Disable Input fields in reactive form

If you want to disable first(formcontrol) then you can use below statement.

this.form.first.disable();

CSS3 transitions inside jQuery .css()

Your code can get messy fast when dealing with CSS3 transitions. I would recommend using a plugin such as jQuery Transit that handles the complexity of CSS3 animations/transitions.

Moreover, the plugin uses webkit-transform rather than webkit-transition, which allows for mobile devices to use hardware acceleration in order to give your web apps that native look and feel when the animations occur.

JS Fiddle Live Demo

Javascript:

$("#startTransition").on("click", function()
{

    if( $(".boxOne").is(":visible")) 
    {
        $(".boxOne").transition({ x: '-100%', opacity: 0.1 }, function () { $(".boxOne").hide(); });
        $(".boxTwo").css({ x: '100%' });
        $(".boxTwo").show().transition({ x: '0%', opacity: 1.0 });
        return;        
    }

    $(".boxTwo").transition({ x: '-100%', opacity: 0.1 }, function () { $(".boxTwo").hide(); });
    $(".boxOne").css({ x: '100%' });
    $(".boxOne").show().transition({ x: '0%', opacity: 1.0 });

});

Most of the hard work of getting cross-browser compatibility is done for you as well and it works like a charm on mobile devices.

Uncaught TypeError: Cannot set property 'value' of null

h_url=document.getElementById("u") is null here

There is no element exist with id as u

What exactly is LLVM?

The LLVM Compiler Infrastructure is particularly useful for performing optimizations and transformations on code. It also consists of a number of tools serving distinct usages. llvm-prof is a profiling tool that allows you to do profiling of execution in order to identify program hotspots. Opt is an optimization tool that offers various optimization passes (dead code elimination for instance).

Importantly LLVM provides you with the libraries, to write your own Passes. For instance if you require to add a range check on certain arguments that are passed into certain functions of a Program, writing a simple LLVM Pass would suffice.

For more information on writing your own Pass, check this http://llvm.org/docs/WritingAnLLVMPass.html

UIWebView open links in Safari

The accepted answer does not work.

If your page loads URLs via Javascript, the navigationType will be UIWebViewNavigationTypeOther. Which, unfortunately, also includes background page loads such as analytics.

To detect page navigation, you need to compare the [request URL] to the [request mainDocumentURL].

This solution will work in all cases:

- (BOOL)webView:(UIWebView *)view shouldStartLoadWithRequest:(NSURLRequest *)request navigationType:(UIWebViewNavigationType)type
{
    if ([[request URL] isEqual:[request mainDocumentURL]])
    {
        [[UIApplication sharedApplication] openURL:[request URL]];
        return NO;
    }
    else
    {       
        return YES;
    }
}

get the margin size of an element with jquery

The CSS tag 'margin' is actually a shorthand for the four separate margin values, top/left/bottom/right. Use css('marginTop'), etc. - note they will have 'px' on the end if you have specified them that way.

Use parseInt() around the result to turn it in to the number value.

NB. As noted by Omaty, the order of the shorthand 'margin' tag is: top right bottom left - the above list was not written in a way intended to be the list order, just a list of that specified in the tag.

Executing multiple SQL queries in one statement with PHP

Pass 65536 to mysql_connect as 5th parameter.

Example:

$conn = mysql_connect('localhost','username','password', true, 65536 /* here! */) 
    or die("cannot connect");
mysql_select_db('database_name') or die("cannot use database");
mysql_query("
    INSERT INTO table1 (field1,field2) VALUES(1,2);

    INSERT INTO table2 (field3,field4,field5) VALUES(3,4,5);

    DELETE FROM table3 WHERE field6 = 6;

    UPDATE table4 SET field7 = 7 WHERE field8 = 8;

    INSERT INTO table5
       SELECT t6.field11, t6.field12, t7.field13
       FROM table6 t6
       INNER JOIN table7 t7 ON t7.field9 = t6.field10;

    -- etc
");

When you are working with mysql_fetch_* or mysql_num_rows, or mysql_affected_rows, only the first statement is valid.

For example, the following codes, the first statement is INSERT, you cannot execute mysql_num_rows and mysql_fetch_*. It is okay to use mysql_affected_rows to return how many rows inserted.

$conn = mysql_connect('localhost','username','password', true, 65536) or die("cannot connect");
mysql_select_db('database_name') or die("cannot use database");
mysql_query("
    INSERT INTO table1 (field1,field2) VALUES(1,2);
    SELECT * FROM table2;
");

Another example, the following codes, the first statement is SELECT, you cannot execute mysql_affected_rows. But you can execute mysql_fetch_assoc to get a key-value pair of row resulted from the first SELECT statement, or you can execute mysql_num_rows to get number of rows based on the first SELECT statement.

$conn = mysql_connect('localhost','username','password', true, 65536) or die("cannot connect");
mysql_select_db('database_name') or die("cannot use database");
mysql_query("
    SELECT * FROM table2;
    INSERT INTO table1 (field1,field2) VALUES(1,2);
");

How to split strings into text and number?

>>> def mysplit(s):
...     head = s.rstrip('0123456789')
...     tail = s[len(head):]
...     return head, tail
... 
>>> [mysplit(s) for s in ['foofo21', 'bar432', 'foobar12345']]
[('foofo', '21'), ('bar', '432'), ('foobar', '12345')]
>>> 

@RequestBody and @ResponseBody annotations in Spring

There is a whole Section in the docs called 16.3.3.4 Mapping the request body with the @RequestBody annotation. And one called 16.3.3.5 Mapping the response body with the @ResponseBody annotation. I suggest you consult those sections. Also relevant: @RequestBody javadocs, @ResponseBody javadocs

Usage examples would be something like this:

Using a JavaScript-library like JQuery, you would post a JSON-Object like this:

{ "firstName" : "Elmer", "lastName" : "Fudd" }

Your controller method would look like this:

// controller
@ResponseBody @RequestMapping("/description")
public Description getDescription(@RequestBody UserStats stats){
    return new Description(stats.getFirstName() + " " + stats.getLastname() + " hates wacky wabbits");
}

// domain / value objects
public class UserStats{
    private String firstName;
    private String lastName;
    // + getters, setters
}
public class Description{
    private String description;
    // + getters, setters, constructor
}

Now if you have Jackson on your classpath (and have an <mvc:annotation-driven> setup), Spring would convert the incoming JSON to a UserStats object from the post body (because you added the @RequestBody annotation) and it would serialize the returned object to JSON (because you added the @ResponseBody annotation). So the Browser / Client would see this JSON result:

{ "description" : "Elmer Fudd hates wacky wabbits" }

See this previous answer of mine for a complete working example: https://stackoverflow.com/a/5908632/342852

Note: RequestBody / ResponseBody is of course not limited to JSON, both can handle multiple formats, including plain text and XML, but JSON is probably the most used format.


Update

Ever since Spring 4.x, you usually won't use @ResponseBody on method level, but rather @RestController on class level, with the same effect.

Here is a quote from the official Spring MVC documentation:

@RestController is a composed annotation that is itself meta-annotated with @Controller and @ResponseBody to indicate a controller whose every method inherits the type-level @ResponseBody annotation and, therefore, writes directly to the response body versus view resolution and rendering with an HTML template.

How to completely remove node.js from Windows

In my case, the above alone didn't work. I had installed and uninstalled several versions of nodejs to fix this error: npm in windows Error: EISDIR, read at Error (native) that I kept getting on any npm command I tried to run, including getting the npm version with: npm -v.

So the npm directory was deleted in the nodejs folder and the latest npm version was copied over from the npm dist: and then everything started working.

System.BadImageFormatException: Could not load file or assembly (from installutil.exe)

My issue was different. This occurred after an unexpected shutdown of my windows 7 machine. I performed a clean solution and it ran as expected.

Disable elastic scrolling in Safari

I made an extension to disable it on all sites. In doing so I used three techniques: pure CSS, pure JS and hybrid.

The CSS version is similar to the above solutions. The JS one goes a bit like this:

var scroll = function(e) {
    // compute state
    if (stopScrollX || stopScrollY) {
        e.preventDefault();              // this one is the key
        e.stopPropagation();
        window.scroll(scrollToX, scrollToY);
    }
}

document.addEventListener('mousewheel', scroll, false);

The CSS one works when one is using position: fixed elements and let the browser do the scrolling. The JS one is needed when some other JS depends on window (e.g events), which would get blocked by the previous CSS (since it makes the body scroll instead of the window), and works by stopping event propagation at the edges, but needs to synthesize the scrolling of the non-edge component; the downside is that it prevents some types of scrolling to happen (those do work with the CSS one). The hybrid one tries to take a mixed approach by selectively disabling directional overflow (CSS) when scrolling reaches an edge (JS), and in theory could work in both cases, but doesn't quite currently as it has some leeway at the limit.

So depending on the implementations of one's website, one needs to either take one approach or the other.

See here if one wants more details: https://github.com/lloeki/unelastic

Finding what methods a Python object has

You can use the built in dir() function to get a list of all the attributes a module has. Try this at the command line to see how it works.

>>> import moduleName
>>> dir(moduleName)

Also, you can use the hasattr(module_name, "attr_name") function to find out if a module has a specific attribute.

See the Guide to Python introspection for more information.

How to sort multidimensional array by column?

below solution worked for me in case of required number is float. Solution:

table=sorted(table,key=lambda x: float(x[5]))
for row in table[:]:
    Ntable.add_row(row)

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Difference between Visual Basic 6.0 and VBA

VBA stands for Visual Basic For Applications and its a Visual Basic implementation intended to be used in the Office Suite.

The difference between them is that VBA is embedded inside Office documents (its an Office feature). VB is the ide/language for developing applications.

What's the right way to decode a string that has special HTML entities in it?

Don’t use the DOM to do this. Using the DOM to decode HTML entities (as suggested in the currently accepted answer) leads to differences in cross-browser results.

For a robust & deterministic solution that decodes character references according to the algorithm in the HTML Standard, use the he library. From its README:

he (for “HTML entities”) is a robust HTML entity encoder/decoder written in JavaScript. It supports all standardized named character references as per HTML, handles ambiguous ampersands and other edge cases just like a browser would, has an extensive test suite, and — contrary to many other JavaScript solutions — he handles astral Unicode symbols just fine. An online demo is available.

Here’s how you’d use it:

he.decode("We&#39;re unable to complete your request at this time.");
? "We're unable to complete your request at this time."

Disclaimer: I'm the author of the he library.

See this Stack Overflow answer for some more info.

How do I remove newlines from a text file?

perl -p -i -e 's/\R//g;' filename

Must do the job.

What characters are valid for JavaScript variable names?

To quote Valid JavaScript variable names, my write-up summarizing the relevant spec sections:

An identifier must start with $, _, or any character in the Unicode categories “Uppercase letter (Lu)”, “Lowercase letter (Ll)”, “Titlecase letter (Lt)”, “Modifier letter (Lm)”, “Other letter (Lo)”, or “Letter number (Nl)”.

The rest of the string can contain the same characters, plus any U+200C zero width non-joiner characters, U+200D zero width joiner characters, and characters in the Unicode categories “Non-spacing mark (Mn)”, “Spacing combining mark (Mc)”, “Decimal digit number (Nd)”, or “Connector punctuation (Pc)”.

I’ve also created a tool that will tell you if any string that you enter is a valid JavaScript variable name according to ECMAScript 5.1 and Unicode 6.1:

JavaScript variable name validator


P.S. To give you an idea of how wrong Anthony Mills' answer is: if you were to summarize all these rules in a single ASCII-only regular expression for JavaScript, it would be 11,236 characters long. Here it is:

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Mock functions in Go

If you change your function definition to use a variable instead:

var get_page = func(url string) string {
    ...
}

You can override it in your tests:

func TestDownloader(t *testing.T) {
    get_page = func(url string) string {
        if url != "expected" {
            t.Fatal("good message")
        }
        return "something"
    }
    downloader()
}

Careful though, your other tests might fail if they test the functionality of the function you override!

The Go authors use this pattern in the Go standard library to insert test hooks into code to make things easier to test:

T-SQL: Deleting all duplicate rows but keeping one

Example query:

DELETE FROM Table
WHERE ID NOT IN
(
SELECT MIN(ID)
FROM Table
GROUP BY Field1, Field2, Field3, ...
)

Here fields are column on which you want to group the duplicate rows.

How to handle errors with boto3?

Following @armod's update about exceptions being added right on client objects. I'll show how you can see all exceptions defined for your client class.

Exceptions are generated dynamically when you create your client with session.create_client() or boto3.client(). Internally it calls method botocore.errorfactory.ClientExceptionsFactory._create_client_exceptions() and fills client.exceptions field with constructed exception classes.

All class names are available in client.exceptions._code_to_exception dictionary, so you can list all types with following snippet:

client = boto3.client('s3')

for ex_code in client.exceptions._code_to_exception:
    print(ex_code)

Hope it helps.

Uninstall mongoDB from ubuntu

use sudo with the command:

sudo apt-get remove --purge mongodb  
apt-get autoremove --purge mongodb  

Undoing a 'git push'

If you want to ignore the last commit that you have just pushed in the remote branch: this will not remove the commit but just ignoring it by moving the git pointer to the commit one earlier, refered by HEAD^ or HEAD^1

git push origin +HEAD^:branch

But if you have already pushed this commit, and others have pulled the branch. In this case, rewriting your branch's history is undesirable and you should instead revert this commit:

git revert <SHA-1>
git push origin branch

Use dynamic variable names in JavaScript

I needed to draw multiple FormData on the fly and object way worked well

var forms = {}

Then in my loops whereever i needed to create a form data i used

forms["formdata"+counter]=new FormData();
forms["formdata"+counter].append(var_name, var_value);

Java generics - why is "extends T" allowed but not "implements T"?

It's sort of arbitrary which of the terms to use. It could have been either way. Perhaps the language designers thought of "extends" as the most fundamental term, and "implements" as the special case for interfaces.

But I think implements would make slightly more sense. I think that communicates more that the parameter types don't have to be in an inheritance relationship, they can be in any kind of subtype relationship.

The Java Glossary expresses a similar view.

How to list the contents of a package using YUM?

There are several good answers here, so let me provide a terrible one:

: you can type in anything below, doesnt have to match anything

yum whatprovides "me with a life"

: result of the above (some liberties taken with spacing):

Loaded plugins: fastestmirror
base | 3.6 kB 00:00 
extras | 3.4 kB 00:00 
updates | 3.4 kB 00:00 
(1/4): extras/7/x86_64/primary_db | 166 kB 00:00 
(2/4): base/7/x86_64/group_gz | 155 kB 00:00 
(3/4): updates/7/x86_64/primary_db | 9.1 MB 00:04 
(4/4): base/7/x86_64/primary_db | 5.3 MB 00:05 
Determining fastest mirrors
 * base: mirrors.xmission.com
 * extras: mirrors.xmission.com
 * updates: mirrors.xmission.com
base/7/x86_64/filelists_db | 6.2 MB 00:02 
extras/7/x86_64/filelists_db | 468 kB 00:00 
updates/7/x86_64/filelists_db | 5.3 MB 00:01 
No matches found

: the key result above is that "primary_db" files were downloaded

: filelists are downloaded EVEN IF you have keepcache=0 in your yum.conf

: note you can limit this to "primary_db.sqlite" if you really want

find /var/cache/yum -name '*.sqlite'

: if you download/install a new repo, run the exact same command again
: to get the databases for the new repo

: if you know sqlite you can stop reading here

: if not heres a sample command to dump the contents

echo 'SELECT packages.name, GROUP_CONCAT(files.name, ", ") AS files FROM files JOIN packages ON (files.pkgKey = packages.pkgKey) GROUP BY packages.name LIMIT 10;' | sqlite3 -line /var/cache/yum/x86_64/7/base/gen/primary_db.sqlite 

: remove "LIMIT 10" above for the whole list

: format chosen for proof-of-concept purposes, probably can be improved a lot

Calling a java method from c++ in Android

Solution posted by Denys S. in the question post:

I quite messed it up with c to c++ conversion (basically env variable stuff), but I got it working with the following code for C++:

#include <string.h>
#include <stdio.h>
#include <jni.h>

jstring Java_the_package_MainActivity_getJniString( JNIEnv* env, jobject obj){

    jstring jstr = (*env)->NewStringUTF(env, "This comes from jni.");
    jclass clazz = (*env)->FindClass(env, "com/inceptix/android/t3d/MainActivity");
    jmethodID messageMe = (*env)->GetMethodID(env, clazz, "messageMe", "(Ljava/lang/String;)Ljava/lang/String;");
    jobject result = (*env)->CallObjectMethod(env, obj, messageMe, jstr);

    const char* str = (*env)->GetStringUTFChars(env,(jstring) result, NULL); // should be released but what a heck, it's a tutorial :)
    printf("%s\n", str);

    return (*env)->NewStringUTF(env, str);
}

And next code for java methods:

    public class MainActivity extends Activity {
    private static String LIB_NAME = "thelib";

    static {
        System.loadLibrary(LIB_NAME);
    }

    /** Called when the activity is first created. */
    @Override
    public void onCreate(Bundle savedInstanceState) {
        super.onCreate(savedInstanceState);
        setContentView(R.layout.main);
        TextView tv = (TextView) findViewById(R.id.textview);
        tv.setText(this.getJniString());
    }

    // please, let me live even though I used this dark programming technique
    public String messageMe(String text) {
        System.out.println(text);
        return text;
    }

    public native String getJniString();
}

Is there a float input type in HTML5?

I have started using inputmode="decimal" which works flawlessly with smartphones:

<input type="text" inputmode="decimal" value="1.5">

Note that we have to use type="text" instead of number. However, on desktop it still allows letters as values.

For desktop you could use:

<input type="number" inputmode="decimal">

which allows 0-9 and . as input and only numbers.

Note that some countries use , as decimal dividor which is activated as default on the NumPad. Thus entering a float number by Numpad would not work as the input field expects a . (in Chrome). That's why you should use type="text" if you have international users on your website.


You can try this on desktop (also with Numpad) and your phone:

_x000D_
_x000D_
<p>Input with type text:</p>
<input type="text" inputmode="decimal" value="1.5">
<br>
<p>Input with type number:</p>
<input type="number" inputmode="decimal" value="1.5">
_x000D_
_x000D_
_x000D_


Reference: https://developer.mozilla.org/en-US/docs/Web/HTML/Global_attributes/inputmode

Auto code completion on Eclipse

Since you asked about other Java IDE, I suggest IntelliJ by JetBrains. Just look at it: not only does it support auto completion as you type, but also it support import package once you select the auto completion.

IntelliJ

Before someone said "Eclipse is free", note that IntelliJ has free community edition as well: www.jetbrains.com/idea/download/

What are Covering Indexes and Covered Queries in SQL Server?

a covering index is the one which gives every required column and in which SQL server don't have hop back to the clustered index to find any column. This is achieved using non-clustered index and using INCLUDE option to cover columns. Non-key columns can be included only in non-clustered indexes. Columns can’t be defined in both the key column and the INCLUDE list. Column names can’t be repeated in the INCLUDE list. Non-key columns can be dropped from a table only after the non-key index is dropped first. Please see details here

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

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

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

¹ This behaviour is defined by the Flexbox spec.

"echo -n" prints "-n"

Try with

echo -e "Some string...\c"

It works for me as expected (as I understood from your question).

Note that I got this information from the man page. The man page also notes the shell may have its own version of echo, and I am not sure if bash has its own version.

Trim spaces from start and end of string

Note: As of 2015, all major browsers (including IE>=9) support String.prototype.trim(). This means that for most use cases simply doing str.trim() is the best way of achieving what the question asks.


Steven Levithan analyzed many different implementation of trim in Javascript in terms of performance.

His recommendation is:

function trim1 (str) {
    return str.replace(/^\s\s*/, '').replace(/\s\s*$/, '');
}

for "general-purpose implementation which is fast cross-browser", and

function trim11 (str) {
    str = str.replace(/^\s+/, '');
    for (var i = str.length - 1; i >= 0; i--) {
        if (/\S/.test(str.charAt(i))) {
            str = str.substring(0, i + 1);
            break;
        }
    }
    return str;
}

"if you want to handle long strings exceptionally fast in all browsers".

References

CSS no text wrap

Just use:

overflow: hidden;
white-space: nowrap;

In your item's divs

How to increase the max connections in postgres?

Just increasing max_connections is bad idea. You need to increase shared_buffers and kernel.shmmax as well.


Considerations

max_connections determines the maximum number of concurrent connections to the database server. The default is typically 100 connections.

Before increasing your connection count you might need to scale up your deployment. But before that, you should consider whether you really need an increased connection limit.

Each PostgreSQL connection consumes RAM for managing the connection or the client using it. The more connections you have, the more RAM you will be using that could instead be used to run the database.

A well-written app typically doesn't need a large number of connections. If you have an app that does need a large number of connections then consider using a tool such as pg_bouncer which can pool connections for you. As each connection consumes RAM, you should be looking to minimize their use.


How to increase max connections

1. Increase max_connection and shared_buffers

in /var/lib/pgsql/{version_number}/data/postgresql.conf

change

max_connections = 100
shared_buffers = 24MB

to

max_connections = 300
shared_buffers = 80MB

The shared_buffers configuration parameter determines how much memory is dedicated to PostgreSQL to use for caching data.

  • If you have a system with 1GB or more of RAM, a reasonable starting value for shared_buffers is 1/4 of the memory in your system.
  • it's unlikely you'll find using more than 40% of RAM to work better than a smaller amount (like 25%)
  • Be aware that if your system or PostgreSQL build is 32-bit, it might not be practical to set shared_buffers above 2 ~ 2.5GB.
  • Note that on Windows, large values for shared_buffers aren't as effective, and you may find better results keeping it relatively low and using the OS cache more instead. On Windows the useful range is 64MB to 512MB.

2. Change kernel.shmmax

You would need to increase kernel max segment size to be slightly larger than the shared_buffers.

In file /etc/sysctl.conf set the parameter as shown below. It will take effect when postgresql reboots (The following line makes the kernel max to 96Mb)

kernel.shmmax=100663296

References

Postgres Max Connections And Shared Buffers

Tuning Your PostgreSQL Server

How to use both onclick and target="_blank"

Instead use window.open():

The syntax is:

window.open(strUrl, strWindowName[, strWindowFeatures]);

Your code should have:

window.open('Prosjektplan.pdf');

Your code should be:

<p class="downloadBoks"
   onclick="window.open('Prosjektplan.pdf')">Prosjektbeskrivelse</p>

How do I set the default Java installation/runtime (Windows)?

I have several JDK (1.4, 1.5, 1.6) installed in C:\Java with their JREs. Then I let Sun update the public JRE in C:\Program Files\Java.
Lately there is an improvement, installing in jre6. Previously, there was a different folder per new version (1.5.0_4, 1.5.0_5, etc.), which was taking lot of space

Synchronously waiting for an async operation, and why does Wait() freeze the program here

The await inside your asynchronous method is trying to come back to the UI thread.

Since the UI thread is busy waiting for the entire task to complete, you have a deadlock.

Moving the async call to Task.Run() solves the issue.
Because the async call is now running on a thread pool thread, it doesn't try to come back to the UI thread, and everything therefore works.

Alternatively, you could call StartAsTask().ConfigureAwait(false) before awaiting the inner operation to make it come back to the thread pool rather than the UI thread, avoiding the deadlock entirely.

Pandas : compute mean or std (standard deviation) over entire dataframe

You could convert the dataframe to be a single column with stack (this changes the shape from 5x3 to 15x1) and then take the standard deviation:

df.stack().std()         # pandas default degrees of freedom is one

Alternatively, you can use values to convert from a pandas dataframe to a numpy array before taking the standard deviation:

df.values.std(ddof=1)    # numpy default degrees of freedom is zero

Unlike pandas, numpy will give the standard deviation of the entire array by default, so there is no need to reshape before taking the standard deviation.

A couple of additional notes:

  • The numpy approach here is a bit faster than the pandas one, which is generally true when you have the option to accomplish the same thing with either numpy or pandas. The speed difference will depend on the size of your data, but numpy was roughly 10x faster when I tested a few different sized dataframes on my laptop (numpy version 1.15.4 and pandas version 0.23.4).

  • The numpy and pandas approaches here will not give exactly the same answers, but will be extremely close (identical at several digits of precision). The discrepancy is due to slight differences in implementation behind the scenes that affect how the floating point values get rounded.

Best practices when running Node.js with port 80 (Ubuntu / Linode)

For port 80 (which was the original question), Daniel is exactly right. I recently moved to https and had to switch from iptables to a light nginx proxy managing the SSL certs. I found a useful answer along with a gist by gabrielhpugliese on how to handle that. Basically I

Hopefully that can save someone else some headaches. I'm sure there's a pure-node way of doing this, but nginx was quick and it worked.

how to add script inside a php code?

You can just echo all the HTML as normal:

<?php
   echo '<input type="button" onclick="alert(\'Clicky!\')"/>';
?>

How can I call controller/view helper methods from the console in Ruby on Rails?

For controllers, you can instantiate a controller object in the Ruby on Rails console.

For example,

class CustomPagesController < ApplicationController

  def index
    @customs = CustomPage.all
  end

  def get_number
    puts "Got the Number"
  end

  protected

  def get_private_number
    puts 'Got private Number'
  end

end

custom = CustomPagesController.new
2.1.5 :011 > custom = CustomPagesController.new
 => #<CustomPagesController:0xb594f77c @_action_has_layout=true, @_routes=nil, @_headers={"Content-Type"=>"text/html"}, @_status=200, @_request=nil, @_response=nil>
2.1.5 :014 > custom.get_number
Got the Number
 => nil

# For calling private or protected methods,
2.1.5 :048 > custom.send(:get_private_number)
Got private Number
 => nil

How to clear input buffer in C?

I encounter a problem trying to implement the solution

while ((c = getchar()) != '\n' && c != EOF) { }

I post a little adjustment 'Code B' for anyone who maybe have the same problem.

The problem was that the program kept me catching the '\n' character, independently from the enter character, here is the code that gave me the problem.

Code A

int y;

printf("\nGive any alphabetic character in lowercase: ");
while( (y = getchar()) != '\n' && y != EOF){
   continue;
}
printf("\n%c\n", toupper(y));

and the adjustment was to 'catch' the (n-1) character just before the conditional in the while loop be evaluated, here is the code:

Code B

int y, x;

printf("\nGive any alphabetic character in lowercase: ");
while( (y = getchar()) != '\n' && y != EOF){
   x = y;
}
printf("\n%c\n", toupper(x));

The possible explanation is that for the while loop to break, it has to assign the value '\n' to the variable y, so it will be the last assigned value.

If I missed something with the explanation, code A or code B please tell me, I’m barely new in c.

hope it helps someone

Android: how to handle button click

Question#1 - These are the only way to handle view clicks.

Question#2 -
Option#1/Option#4 - There's not much difference between option#1 and option#4. The only difference I see is in one case activity is implementing the OnClickListener, whereas, in the other case, there'd be an anonymous implementation.

Option#2 - In this method an anonymous class will be generated. This method is a bit cumborsome, as, you'd need to do it multiple times, if you have multiple buttons. For Anonymous classes, you have to be careful for handling memory leaks.

Option#3 - Though, this is a easy way. Usually, Programmers try not to use any method until they write it, and hence this method is not widely used. You'd see mostly people use Option#4. Because it is cleaner in term of code.

How to extract extension from filename string in Javascript?

Use the lastIndexOf method to find the last period in the string, and get the part of the string after that:

var ext = fileName.substr(fileName.lastIndexOf('.') + 1);

Push local Git repo to new remote including all branches and tags

I was in a process of switching from one version control service to another and needed to clone all repositories including all branches, tags and history.

To achieve above I did next:

  • manually checkout all branches to local repository (script to checkout all shown below),
  • git push origin '*:*'

.sh script used to checkout all branches to local repository:

for branch in `git branch -a | grep remotes | grep -v HEAD | grep -v master `; do
   git branch --track ${branch#remotes/origin/} $branch
done

Target a css class inside another css class

Not certain what the HTML looks like (that would help with answers). If it's

<div class="testimonials content">stuff</div>

then simply remove the space in your css. A la...

.testimonials.content { css here }

UPDATE:

Okay, after seeing HTML see if this works...

.testimonials .wrapper .content { css here }

or just

.testimonials .wrapper { css here }

or

.desc-container .wrapper { css here }

all 3 should work.

How to open adb and use it to send commands

The adb tool can be found in sdk/platform-tools/

If you don't see this directory in your SDK, launch the SDK Manager and install "Android SDK Platform-tools"

Also update your PATH environment variable to include the platform-tools/ directory, so you can execute adb from any location.

How to declare a global variable in php?

You can try the keyword use in Closure functions or Lambdas if this fits your intention... PHP 7.0 though. Not that's its better, but just an alternative.

$foo = "New";
$closure = (function($bar) use ($foo) {
    echo "$foo $bar";
})("York");

demo | info

What is considered a good response time for a dynamic, personalized web application?

It depends on what keeps your users happy. For example, Gmail takes quite a while to open at first, but users wait because it is worth waiting for.

Skip the headers when editing a csv file using Python

Inspired by Martijn Pieters' response.

In case you only need to delete the header from the csv file, you can work more efficiently if you write using the standard Python file I/O library, avoiding writing with the CSV Python library:

with open("tmob_notcleaned.csv", "rb") as infile, open("tmob_cleaned.csv", "wb") as outfile:
   next(infile)  # skip the headers
   outfile.write(infile.read())

Converting an int into a 4 byte char array (C)

You can try:

void CopyInt(int value, char* buffer) {
  memcpy(buffer, (void*)value, sizeof(int));
}

Android How to adjust layout in Full Screen Mode when softkeyboard is visible

I just found a simple and reliable solution if you are using the system UI approach (https://developer.android.com/training/system-ui/immersive.html).

It works in the case when you are using View.SYSTEM_UI_FLAG_LAYOUT_FULLSCREEN, e.g. if you are using CoordinatorLayout.

It won't work for WindowManager.LayoutParams.FLAG_FULLSCREEN (The one you can also set in theme with android:windowFullscreen), but you can achieve similar effect with SYSTEM_UI_FLAG_LAYOUT_STABLE (which "has the same visual effect" according to the docs) and this solution should work again.

getWindow().getDecorView().setSystemUiVisibility(View.SYSTEM_UI_FLAG_FULLSCREEN
                    | View.SYSTEM_UI_FLAG_HIDE_NAVIGATION /* If you want to hide navigation */
                    | View.SYSTEM_UI_FLAG_LAYOUT_FULLSCREEN | View.SYSTEM_UI_FLAG_LAYOUT_STABLE)

I've tested it on my device running Marshmallow.

The key is that soft keyboards are also one of the system windows (such as status bar and navigation bar), so the WindowInsets dispatched by system contains accurate and reliable information about it.

For the use case such as in DrawerLayout where we are trying to draw behind the status bar, We can create a layout that ignores only the top inset, and applies the bottom inset which accounts for the soft keyboard.

Here is my custom FrameLayout:

/**
 * Implements an effect similar to {@code android:fitsSystemWindows="true"} on Lollipop or higher,
 * except ignoring the top system window inset. {@code android:fitsSystemWindows="true"} does not
 * and should not be set on this layout.
 */
public class FitsSystemWindowsExceptTopFrameLayout extends FrameLayout {

    public FitsSystemWindowsExceptTopFrameLayout(Context context) {
        super(context);
    }

    public FitsSystemWindowsExceptTopFrameLayout(Context context, AttributeSet attrs) {
        super(context, attrs);
    }

    public FitsSystemWindowsExceptTopFrameLayout(Context context, AttributeSet attrs,
                                                 int defStyleAttr) {
        super(context, attrs, defStyleAttr);
    }

    @RequiresApi(Build.VERSION_CODES.LOLLIPOP)
    public FitsSystemWindowsExceptTopFrameLayout(Context context, AttributeSet attrs,
                                                 int defStyleAttr, int defStyleRes) {
        super(context, attrs, defStyleAttr, defStyleRes);
    }

    @Override
    public WindowInsets onApplyWindowInsets(WindowInsets insets) {
        if (Build.VERSION.SDK_INT >= Build.VERSION_CODES.LOLLIPOP) {
            setPadding(insets.getSystemWindowInsetLeft(), 0, insets.getSystemWindowInsetRight(),
                    insets.getSystemWindowInsetBottom());
            return insets.replaceSystemWindowInsets(0, insets.getSystemWindowInsetTop(), 0, 0);
        } else {
            return super.onApplyWindowInsets(insets);
        }
    }
}

And to use it:

<com.example.yourapplication.FitsSystemWindowsExceptTopFrameLayout
    xmlns:android="http://schemas.android.com/apk/res/android"
    android:layout_width="match_parent"
    android:layout_height="match_parent">

    <!-- Your original layout here -->
</com.example.yourapplication.FitsSystemWindowsExceptTopFrameLayout>

This should theoretically work for any device without insane modification, much better than any hack that tries to take a random 1/3 or 1/4 of screen size as reference.

(It requires API 16+, but I'm using fullscreen only on Lollipop+ for drawing behind the status bar so it's the best solution in this case.)

What is the difference between varchar and varchar2 in Oracle?

  1. VARCHAR can store up to 2000 bytes of characters while VARCHAR2 can store up to 4000 bytes of characters.

  2. If we declare datatype as VARCHAR then it will occupy space for NULL values. In the case of VARCHAR2 datatype, it will not occupy any space for NULL values. e.g.,

    name varchar(10)

will reserve 6 bytes of memory even if the name is 'Ravi__', whereas

name varchar2(10) 

will reserve space according to the length of the input string. e.g., 4 bytes of memory for 'Ravi__'.

Here, _ represents NULL.

NOTE: varchar will reserve space for null values and varchar2 will not reserve any space for null values.

Define constant variables in C++ header

C++17 inline variables

This awesome C++17 feature allow us to:

  • conveniently use just a single memory address for each constant
  • store it as a constexpr: How to declare constexpr extern?
  • do it in a single line from one header

main.cpp

#include <cassert>

#include "notmain.hpp"

int main() {
    // Both files see the same memory address.
    assert(&notmain_i == notmain_func());
    assert(notmain_i == 42);
}

notmain.hpp

#ifndef NOTMAIN_HPP
#define NOTMAIN_HPP

inline constexpr int notmain_i = 42;

const int* notmain_func();

#endif

notmain.cpp

#include "notmain.hpp"

const int* notmain_func() {
    return &notmain_i;
}

Compile and run:

g++ -c -o notmain.o -std=c++17 -Wall -Wextra -pedantic notmain.cpp
g++ -c -o main.o -std=c++17 -Wall -Wextra -pedantic main.cpp
g++ -o main -std=c++17 -Wall -Wextra -pedantic main.o notmain.o
./main

GitHub upstream.

See also: How do inline variables work?

C++ standard on inline variables

The C++ standard guarantees that the addresses will be the same. C++17 N4659 standard draft 10.1.6 "The inline specifier":

6 An inline function or variable with external linkage shall have the same address in all translation units.

cppreference https://en.cppreference.com/w/cpp/language/inline explains that if static is not given, then it has external linkage.

Inline variable implementation

We can observe how it is implemented with:

nm main.o notmain.o

which contains:

main.o:
                 U _GLOBAL_OFFSET_TABLE_
                 U _Z12notmain_funcv
0000000000000028 r _ZZ4mainE19__PRETTY_FUNCTION__
                 U __assert_fail
0000000000000000 T main
0000000000000000 u notmain_i

notmain.o:
0000000000000000 T _Z12notmain_funcv
0000000000000000 u notmain_i

and man nm says about u:

"u" The symbol is a unique global symbol. This is a GNU extension to the standard set of ELF symbol bindings. For such a symbol the dynamic linker will make sure that in the entire process there is just one symbol with this name and type in use.

so we see that there is a dedicated ELF extension for this.

C++17 standard draft on "global" const implies static

This is the quote for what was mentioned at: https://stackoverflow.com/a/12043198/895245

C++17 n4659 standard draft 6.5 "Program and linkage":

3 A name having namespace scope (6.3.6) has internal linkage if it is the name of

  • (3.1) — a variable, function or function template that is explicitly declared static; or,
  • (3.2) — a non-inline variable of non-volatile const-qualified type that is neither explicitly declared extern nor previously declared to have external linkage; or
  • (3.3) — a data member of an anonymous union.

"namespace" scope is what we colloquially often refer to as "global".

Annex C (informative) Compatibility, C.1.2 Clause 6: "basic concepts" gives the rationale why this was changed from C:

6.5 [also 10.1.7]

Change: A name of file scope that is explicitly declared const, and not explicitly declared extern, has internal linkage, while in C it would have external linkage.

Rationale: Because const objects may be used as values during translation in C++, this feature urges programmers to provide an explicit initializer for each const object. This feature allows the user to put const objects in source files that are included in more than one translation unit.

Effect on original feature: Change to semantics of well-defined feature.

Difficulty of converting: Semantic transformation.

How widely used: Seldom.

See also: Why does const imply internal linkage in C++, when it doesn't in C?

Tested in GCC 7.4.0, Ubuntu 18.04.

How to read a configuration file in Java

It depends.

Start with Basic I/O, take a look at Properties, take a look at Preferences API and maybe even Java API for XML Processing and Java Architecture for XML Binding

And if none of those meet your particular needs, you could even look at using some kind of Database

Android new Bottom Navigation bar or BottomNavigationView

I think you might looking for this.

Here's a quick snippet to get started:

public class MainActivity extends AppCompatActivity {
    private BottomBar mBottomBar;

    @Override
    protected void onCreate(Bundle savedInstanceState) {
        super.onCreate(savedInstanceState);

        // Notice how you don't use the setContentView method here! Just
        // pass your layout to bottom bar, it will be taken care of.
        // Everything will be just like you're used to.
        mBottomBar = BottomBar.bind(this, R.layout.activity_main,
                savedInstanceState);

        mBottomBar.setItems(
                new BottomBarTab(R.drawable.ic_recents, "Recents"),
                new BottomBarTab(R.drawable.ic_favorites, "Favorites"),
                new BottomBarTab(R.drawable.ic_nearby, "Nearby"),
                new BottomBarTab(R.drawable.ic_friends, "Friends")
        );

        mBottomBar.setOnItemSelectedListener(new OnTabSelectedListener() {
            @Override
            public void onItemSelected(final int position) {
                // the user selected a new tab
            }
        });
    }

    @Override
    protected void onSaveInstanceState(Bundle outState) {
        super.onSaveInstanceState(outState);
        mBottomBar.onSaveInstanceState(outState);
    }
}

Here is reference link.

https://github.com/roughike/BottomBar

EDIT New Releases.

The Bottom Navigation View has been in the material design guidelines for some time, but it hasn’t been easy for us to implement it into our apps. Some applications have built their own solutions, whilst others have relied on third-party open-source libraries to get the job done. Now the design support library is seeing the addition of this bottom navigation bar, let’s take a dive into how we can use it!

How to use ?

To begin with we need to update our dependency!

compile ‘com.android.support:design:25.0.0’

Design xml.

<?xml version="1.0" encoding="utf-8"?>
<RelativeLayout xmlns:android="http://schemas.android.com/apk/res/android"
    xmlns:app="http://schemas.android.com/apk/res-auto"
    android:layout_width="match_parent"
    android:layout_height="match_parent">

    <!-- Content Container -->

    <android.support.design.widget.BottomNavigationView
        android:id="@+id/bottom_navigation"
        android:layout_width="match_parent"
        android:layout_height="wrap_content"
        android:layout_alignParentBottom="true"
        app:itemBackground="@color/colorPrimary"
        app:itemIconTint="@color/white"
        app:itemTextColor="@color/white"
        app:menu="@menu/bottom_navigation_main" />

</RelativeLayout>

Create menu as per your requirement.

<?xml version="1.0" encoding="utf-8"?>
<menu xmlns:android="http://schemas.android.com/apk/res/android"
    xmlns:app="http://schemas.android.com/apk/res-auto">
    <item
        android:id="@+id/action_favorites"
        android:enabled="true"
        android:icon="@drawable/ic_favorite_white_24dp"
        android:title="@string/text_favorites"
        app:showAsAction="ifRoom" />
    <item
        android:id="@+id/action_schedules"
        android:enabled="true"
        android:icon="@drawable/ic_access_time_white_24dp"
        android:title="@string/text_schedules"
        app:showAsAction="ifRoom" />
    <item
        android:id="@+id/action_music"
        android:enabled="true"
        android:icon="@drawable/ic_audiotrack_white_24dp"
        android:title="@string/text_music"
        app:showAsAction="ifRoom" />
</menu>

Handling Enabled / Disabled states. Make selector file.

<?xml version="1.0" encoding="utf-8"?>
<selector xmlns:android="http://schemas.android.com/apk/res/android">
  <item
      android:state_checked="true"
      android:color="@color/colorPrimary" />
  <item
      android:state_checked="false"
      android:color="@color/grey" />
 </selector>

Handle click events.

BottomNavigationView bottomNavigationView = (BottomNavigationView)
                findViewById(R.id.bottom_navigation);
        
bottomNavigationView.setOnNavigationItemSelectedListener(
        new BottomNavigationView.OnNavigationItemSelectedListener() {
            @Override
            public boolean onNavigationItemSelected(@NonNull MenuItem item) {
                switch (item.getItemId()) {
                    case R.id.action_favorites:
                        
                        break;
                    case R.id.action_schedules:
                    
                        break;
                    case R.id.action_music:
                    
                        break;
                }
                return false;
            }
});

Edit : Using Androidx you just need to add below dependencies.

implementation 'com.google.android.material:material:1.2.0-alpha01'

Layout

<?xml version="1.0" encoding="utf-8"?>
<FrameLayout xmlns:android="http://schemas.android.com/apk/res/android"
             xmlns:app="http://schemas.android.com/apk/res-auto" 
             xmlns:tools="http://schemas.android.com/tools"
             android:layout_width="match_parent"
             android:layout_height="match_parent">
    <com.google.android.material.bottomnavigation.BottomNavigationView
            android:layout_gravity="bottom"
            app:menu="@menu/bottom_navigation_menu"
            android:layout_width="match_parent"
            android:layout_height="wrap_content"/>
</FrameLayout>

If you want to read more about it's methods and how it works read this.

Surely it will help you.

Target WSGI script cannot be loaded as Python module

Adding on to the list this is how I got it working.

I was trying to install CKAN 2.7.2 on CentOS 7 from source and kept coming up against this error. For me it was because SELinux was enabled. I didn't need to disable it. Instead, after reading https://www.endpoint.com/blog/2010/10/13/selinux-httpd-modwsgi-26-rhel-centos-5, I found that turning on httpd_can_network_connect fixed it:

setsebool -P httpd_can_network_connect on

From that page:

httpd_can_network_connect - Allows httpd to make network connections, including the local ones you'll be making to a database

How to do "If Clicked Else .."

if you press x, x amount of times you will get the division of the checkbox by y which results into a jquery boxcheck which would be an invalid way to do this kind of thing. I hope you will have a look at this before using the .on() functions

How do I set a column value to NULL in SQL Server Management Studio?

Use This:

Update Table Set Column = CAST(NULL As Column Type) where Condition

Like This:

Update News Set Title = CAST(NULL As nvarchar(100)) Where ID = 50

Checking Date format from a string in C#

You can use below IsValidDate():

 public static bool IsValidDate(string value, string[] dateFormats)
    {
        DateTime tempDate;
        bool validDate = DateTime.TryParseExact(value, dateFormats, DateTimeFormatInfo.InvariantInfo, DateTimeStyles.None, ref tempDate);
        if (validDate)
            return true;
        else
            return false;
    }

And you can pass in the value and date formats. For example:

var data = "02-08-2019";
var dateFormats = {"dd.MM.yyyy", "dd-MM-yyyy", "dd/MM/yyyy"}

if (IsValidDate(data, dateFormats))
{
    //Do something
}
else
{
    //Do something else
}

Inserting line breaks into PDF

Or just try this after each text passage for a new line.

$pdf->Write(0, ' ', '*', 0, 'C', TRUE, 0, false, false, 0) ;

Change border-bottom color using jquery?

to modify more css property values, you may use css object. such as:

hilight_css = {"border-bottom-color":"red", 
               "background-color":"#000"};
$(".msg").css(hilight_css);

but if the modification code is bloated. you should consider the approach March suggested. do it this way:

first, in your css file:

.hilight { border-bottom-color:red; background-color:#000; }
.msg { /* something to make it notifiable */ }

second, in your js code:

$(".msg").addClass("hilight");
// to bring message block to normal
$(".hilight").removeClass("hilight");

if ie 6 is not an issue, you can chain these classes to have more specific selectors.

How to loop through an array of objects in swift

The photos property is an optional array and must be unwrapped before accessing its elements (the same as you do to get the count property of the array):

for var i = 0; i < userPhotos!.count ; ++i {
    let url = userPhotos![i].url
}

Convert varchar2 to Date ('MM/DD/YYYY') in PL/SQL

Easiest way is probably to convert from a VARCHAR to a DATE; then format it back to a VARCHAR again in the format you want;

SELECT TO_CHAR(TO_DATE(DOJ,'MM/DD/YYYY'), 'MM/DD/YYYY') FROM EmpTable;

An SQLfiddle to test with.

ng is not recognized as an internal or external command

1- Install

$ npm install -g @angular/cli

2- Make sure where your ng.cmd is present.

enter image description here

3- Then add this path into variables.

enter image description here

PHP Create and Save a txt file to root directory

fopen() will open a resource in the same directory as the file executing the command. In other words, if you're just running the file ~/test.php, your script will create ~/myText.txt.

This can get a little confusing if you're using any URL rewriting (such as in an MVC framework) as it will likely create the new file in whatever the directory contains the root index.php file.

Also, you must have correct permissions set and may want to test before writing to the file. The following would help you debug:

$fp = fopen("myText.txt","wb");
if( $fp == false ){
    //do debugging or logging here
}else{
    fwrite($fp,$content);
    fclose($fp);
}

Convert a string into an int

You can also use like :

NSInteger getVal = [self.string integerValue];

UITableView Cell selected Color?

- (void)tableView:(UITableView *)tableView didSelectRowAtIndexPath:(NSIndexPath *)indexPath
{
    [tableView reloadData];
    UITableViewCell *cell=(UITableViewCell*)[tableView cellForRowAtIndexPath:indexPath];
    [cell setBackgroundColor:[UIColor orangeColor]];
}

Read whole ASCII file into C++ std::string

I don't think you can do this without an explicit or implicit loop, without reading into a char array (or some other container) first and ten constructing the string. If you don't need the other capabilities of a string, it could be done with vector<char> the same way you are currently using a char *.

Can I run multiple programs in a Docker container?

Docker provides a couple of examples on how to do it. The lightweight option is to:

Put all of your commands in a wrapper script, complete with testing and debugging information. Run the wrapper script as your CMD. This is a very naive example. First, the wrapper script:

#!/bin/bash

# Start the first process
./my_first_process -D
status=$?
if [ $status -ne 0 ]; then
  echo "Failed to start my_first_process: $status"
  exit $status
fi

# Start the second process
./my_second_process -D
status=$?
if [ $status -ne 0 ]; then
  echo "Failed to start my_second_process: $status"
  exit $status
fi

# Naive check runs checks once a minute to see if either of the processes exited.
# This illustrates part of the heavy lifting you need to do if you want to run
# more than one service in a container. The container will exit with an error
# if it detects that either of the processes has exited.
# Otherwise it will loop forever, waking up every 60 seconds

while /bin/true; do
  ps aux |grep my_first_process |grep -q -v grep
  PROCESS_1_STATUS=$?
  ps aux |grep my_second_process |grep -q -v grep
  PROCESS_2_STATUS=$?
  # If the greps above find anything, they will exit with 0 status
  # If they are not both 0, then something is wrong
  if [ $PROCESS_1_STATUS -ne 0 -o $PROCESS_2_STATUS -ne 0 ]; then
    echo "One of the processes has already exited."
    exit -1
  fi
  sleep 60
done

Next, the Dockerfile:

FROM ubuntu:latest
COPY my_first_process my_first_process
COPY my_second_process my_second_process
COPY my_wrapper_script.sh my_wrapper_script.sh
CMD ./my_wrapper_script.sh

Call Javascript onchange event by programmatically changing textbox value

Onchange is only fired when user enters something by keyboard. A possible workarround could be to first focus the textfield and then change it.

But why not fetch the event when the user clicks on a date? There already must be some javascript.

ImportError: No module named scipy

if you are using pycharm go to settings and in project interpreter sub-tab click on "+" sign next to list and in the search bar in there search name "scipy" and install the package.

scipy

How to convert numbers between hexadecimal and decimal

If you want maximum performance when doing conversion from hex to decimal number, you can use the approach with pre-populated table of hex-to-decimal values.

Here is the code that illustrates that idea. My performance tests showed that it can be 20%-40% faster than Convert.ToInt32(...):

class TableConvert
  {
      static sbyte[] unhex_table =
      { -1,-1,-1,-1,-1,-1,-1,-1,-1,-1,-1,-1,-1,-1,-1,-1
       ,-1,-1,-1,-1,-1,-1,-1,-1,-1,-1,-1,-1,-1,-1,-1,-1
       ,-1,-1,-1,-1,-1,-1,-1,-1,-1,-1,-1,-1,-1,-1,-1,-1
       , 0, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9,-1,-1,-1,-1,-1,-1
       ,-1,10,11,12,13,14,15,-1,-1,-1,-1,-1,-1,-1,-1,-1
       ,-1,-1,-1,-1,-1,-1,-1,-1,-1,-1,-1,-1,-1,-1,-1,-1
       ,-1,10,11,12,13,14,15,-1,-1,-1,-1,-1,-1,-1,-1,-1
       ,-1,-1,-1,-1,-1,-1,-1,-1,-1,-1,-1,-1,-1,-1,-1,-1
      };

      public static int Convert(string hexNumber)
      {
          int decValue = unhex_table[(byte)hexNumber[0]];
          for (int i = 1; i < hexNumber.Length; i++)
          {
              decValue *= 16;
              decValue += unhex_table[(byte)hexNumber[i]];
          }
          return decValue;
      }
  }

Can't clone a github repo on Linux via HTTPS

Make sure you have git 1.7.10 or later, it now prompts for user/password correctly. (You can download the latest version here)

How to map calculated properties with JPA and Hibernate

You have three options:

  • either you are calculating the attribute using a @Transient method
  • you can also use @PostLoad entity listener
  • or you can use the Hibernate specific @Formula annotation

While Hibernate allows you to use @Formula, with JPA, you can use the @PostLoad callback to populate a transient property with the result of some calculation:

@Column(name = "price")
private Double price;

@Column(name = "tax_percentage")
private Double taxes;

@Transient
private Double priceWithTaxes;

@PostLoad
private void onLoad() {
    this.priceWithTaxes = price * taxes;
}

So, you can use the Hibernate @Formula like this:

@Formula("""
    round(
       (interestRate::numeric / 100) *
       cents *
       date_part('month', age(now(), createdOn)
    )
    / 12)
    / 100::numeric
    """)
private double interestDollars;

What is PAGEIOLATCH_SH wait type in SQL Server?

PAGEIOLATCH_SH wait type usually comes up as the result of fragmented or unoptimized index.

Often reasons for excessive PAGEIOLATCH_SH wait type are:

  • I/O subsystem has a problem or is misconfigured
  • Overloaded I/O subsystem by other processes that are producing the high I/O activity
  • Bad index management
  • Logical or physical drive misconception
  • Network issues/latency
  • Memory pressure
  • Synchronous Mirroring and AlwaysOn AG

In order to try and resolve having high PAGEIOLATCH_SH wait type, you can check:

  • SQL Server, queries and indexes, as very often this could be found as a root cause of the excessive PAGEIOLATCH_SH wait types
  • For memory pressure before jumping into any I/O subsystem troubleshooting

Always keep in mind that in case of high safety Mirroring or synchronous-commit availability in AlwaysOn AG, increased/excessive PAGEIOLATCH_SH can be expected.

You can find more details about this topic in the article Handling excessive SQL Server PAGEIOLATCH_SH wait types

Greater than and less than in one statement

Simple utility method:

public static boolean isBetween(int value, int min, int max)
{
  return((value > min) && (value < max));
}

Getting started with Haskell

I do think that realizing Haskell's feature by examples is the best way to start above all.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Haskell_98_features

Here is tricky typeclasses including monads and arrows

http://www.haskell.org/haskellwiki/Typeclassopedia

for real world problems and bigger project, remember these tags: GHC(most used compiler), Hackage(libraryDB), Cabal(building system), darcs(another building system).

A integrated system can save your time: http://hackage.haskell.org/platform/

the package database for this system: http://hackage.haskell.org/

GHC compiler's wiki: http://www.haskell.org/haskellwiki/GHC

After Haskell_98_features and Typeclassopedia, I think you already can find and read the documention about them yourself

By the way, you may want to test some GHC's languages extension which may be a part of haskell standard in the future.

this is my best way for learning haskell. i hope it can help you.

What is the difference between __dirname and ./ in node.js?

./ refers to the current working directory, except in the require() function. When using require(), it translates ./ to the directory of the current file called. __dirname is always the directory of the current file.

For example, with the following file structure

/home/user/dir/files/config.json

{
  "hello": "world"
}

/home/user/dir/files/somefile.txt

text file

/home/user/dir/dir.js

var fs = require('fs');

console.log(require('./files/config.json'));
console.log(fs.readFileSync('./files/somefile.txt', 'utf8'));

If I cd into /home/user/dir and run node dir.js I will get

{ hello: 'world' }
text file

But when I run the same script from /home/user/ I get

{ hello: 'world' }

Error: ENOENT, no such file or directory './files/somefile.txt'
    at Object.openSync (fs.js:228:18)
    at Object.readFileSync (fs.js:119:15)
    at Object.<anonymous> (/home/user/dir/dir.js:4:16)
    at Module._compile (module.js:432:26)
    at Object..js (module.js:450:10)
    at Module.load (module.js:351:31)
    at Function._load (module.js:310:12)
    at Array.0 (module.js:470:10)
    at EventEmitter._tickCallback (node.js:192:40)

Using ./ worked with require but not for fs.readFileSync. That's because for fs.readFileSync, ./ translates into the cwd (in this case /home/user/). And /home/user/files/somefile.txt does not exist.

ORA-01950: no privileges on tablespace 'USERS'

You cannot insert data because you have a quota of 0 on the tablespace. To fix this, run

ALTER USER <user> quota unlimited on <tablespace name>;

or

ALTER USER <user> quota 100M on <tablespace name>;

as a DBA user (depending on how much space you need / want to grant).

Logging levels - Logback - rule-of-thumb to assign log levels

This may also tangentially help, to understand if a logging request (from the code) at a certain level will result in it actually being logged given the effective logging level that a deployment is configured with. Decide what effective level you want to configure you deployment with from the other Answers here, and then refer to this to see if a particular logging request from your code will actually be logged then...

For examples:

  • "Will a logging code line that logs at WARN actually get logged on my deployment configured with ERROR?" The table says, NO.
  • "Will a logging code line that logs at WARN actually get logged on my deployment configured with DEBUG?" The table says, YES.

from logback documentation:

In a more graphic way, here is how the selection rule works. In the following table, the vertical header shows the level of the logging request, designated by p, while the horizontal header shows effective level of the logger, designated by q. The intersection of the rows (level request) and columns (effective level) is the boolean resulting from the basic selection rule. enter image description here

So a code line that requests logging will only actually get logged if the effective logging level of its deployment is less than or equal to that code line's requested level of severity.

Adding a favicon to a static HTML page

I know its older post but still posting for someone like me. This worked for me

<link rel='shortcut icon' type='image/x-icon' href='favicon.ico' />

put your favicon icon on root directory..

Does PHP have threading?

You can use pcntl_fork() to achieve something similar to threads. Technically it's separate processes, so the communication between the two is not as simple with threads, and I believe it will not work if PHP is called by apache.

Install Qt on Ubuntu

Install Qt

sudo apt-get install build-essential

sudo apt-get install qtcreator

sudo apt-get install qt5-default

Install documentation and examples If Qt Creator is installed thanks to the Ubuntu Sofware Center or thanks to the synaptic package manager, documentation for Qt Creator is not installed. Hitting the F1 key will show you the following message : "No documentation available". This can easily be solved by installing the Qt documentation:

sudo apt-get install qt5-doc

sudo apt-get install qt5-doc-html qtbase5-doc-html

sudo apt-get install qtbase5-examples

Restart Qt Creator to make the documentation available.

Error while loading shared libraries

Problem:

radiusd: error while loading shared libraries: libfreeradius-radius-2.1.10.so: cannot open shared object file: No such file or directory

Reason:

Actually, the libraries have been installed in a place where dynamic linker cannot find it.

Solution:

While this is not a guarantee but using the following command may help you solve the “cannot open shared object file” error:

sudo /sbin/ldconfig -v

http://www.lucidarme.me/how-install-documentation-for-qt-creator/

https://ubuntuforums.org/showthread.php?t=2199929

https://itsfoss.com/error-while-loading-shared-libraries/

ModelSim-Altera error

Variable is accessed within inner class. Needs to be declared final

    public class ConfigureActivity extends Activity {

        EditText etOne;
        EditText etTwo;
        @Override
        protected void onCreate(Bundle savedInstanceState) {
            super.onCreate(savedInstanceState);
            setContentView(R.layout.activity_configure);

            Button btnConfigure = findViewById(R.id.btnConfigure1);   
            btnConfigure.setOnClickListener(new View.OnClickListener() {
                        @Override
                        public void onClick(View v) {
                            configure();
                        }
                    });
    }

    public  void configure(){
            String one = etOne.getText().toString();
            String two = etTwo.getText().toString();
    }
}

How to remove provisioning profiles from Xcode

Post deleting and adding your new profile, you can verify if the profile is active and been take by your project by running below command.

grep -i "yourproject" *.mobileprovision

adding 1 day to a DATETIME format value

The DateTime constructor takes a parameter string time. $time can be different things, it has to respect the datetime format.

There are some valid values as examples :

  • 'now' (the default value)
  • 2017-10-19
  • 2017-10-19 11:59:59
  • 2017-10-19 +1day

So, in your case you can use the following.

$dt = new \DateTime('now +1 day'); //Tomorrow
$dt = new \DateTime('2016-01-01 +1 day'); //2016-01-02

How to create a new instance from a class object in Python

I figured out the answer to the question I had that brought me to this page. Since no one has actually suggested the answer to my question, I thought I'd post it.

class k:
  pass

a = k()
k2 = a.__class__
a2 = k2()

At this point, a and a2 are both instances of the same class (class k).

Entity Framework - Generating Classes

EDMX model won't work with EF7 but I've found a Community/Professional product which seems to be very powerfull : http://www.devart.com/entitydeveloper/editions.html

Cordova - Error code 1 for command | Command failed for

I had the same error code but different issue

Error: /Users/danieloram/desktop/CordovaProject/platforms/android/gradlew: Command failed with exit code 1 Error output: Exception in thread "main" java.lang.UnsupportedClassVersionError: com/android/dx/command/Main : Unsupported major.minor version 52.0

To resolve this issue I opened the Android SDK Manager, uninstalled the latest Android SDK build-tools that I had (24.0.3) and installed version 23.0.3 of the build-tools.

My cordova app then proceeded to build successfully for android.

selenium get current url after loading a page

It's been a little while since I coded with selenium, but your code looks ok to me. One thing to note is that if the element is not found, but the timeout is passed, I think the code will continue to execute. So you can do something like this:

boolean exists = driver.findElements(By.xpath("//*[@id='someID']")).size() != 0

What does the above boolean return? And are you sure selenium actually navigates to the expected page? (That may sound like a silly question but are you actually watching the pages change... selenium can be run remotely you know...)

Change icon on click (toggle)

$("#togglebutton").click(function () {
  $(".fa-arrow-circle-left").toggleClass("fa-arrow-circle-right");
}

I have a button with the id "togglebutton" and an icon from FontAwesome . This can be a way to toggle it . from left arrow to right arrow icon

Error in data frame undefined columns selected

Are you meaning?

data2 <- data1[good,]

With

data1[good]

you're selecting columns in a wrong way (using a logical vector of complete rows).

Consider that parameter pollutant is not used; is it a column name that you want to extract? if so it should be something like

data2 <- data1[good, pollutant]

Furthermore consider that you have to rbind the data.frames inside the for loop, otherwise you get only the last data.frame (its completed.cases)

And last but not least, i'd prefer generating filenames eg with

id <- 1:322
paste0( directory, "/", gsub(" ", "0", sprintf("%3d",id)), ".csv")

A little modified chunk of ?sprintf

The string fmt (in our case "%3d") contains normal characters, which are passed through to the output string, and also conversion specifications which operate on the arguments provided through .... The allowed conversion specifications start with a % and end with one of the letters in the set aAdifeEgGosxX%. These letters denote the following types:

  • d: integer

Eg a more general example

    sprintf("I am %10d years old", 25)
[1] "I am         25 years old"
          ^^^^^^^^^^
          |        |
          1       10

Adding sheets to end of workbook in Excel (normal method not working?)

Be sure to fully qualify your sheets with which workbook they are referencing!

 mainWB.Sheets.Add(After:=mainWB.Sheets(mainWB.Sheets.Count)).Name = new_sheet_name

Python Turtle, draw text with on screen with larger font

To add bold, italic and underline, just add the following to the font argument:

font=("Arial", 8, 'normal', 'bold', 'italic', 'underline')

Drop shadow on a div container?

You can try using the PNG drop shadows. IE6 doesn't support it, however it will degrade nicely.

http://www.positioniseverything.net/articles/dropshadows.html

Mixing a PHP variable with a string literal

You can use {} arround your variable, to separate it from what's after:

echo "{$test}y"

As reference, you can take a look to the Variable parsing - Complex (curly) syntax section of the PHP manual.

Has been compiled by a more recent version of the Java Runtime (class file version 57.0)

I had similar problem with IntelliJ when tried to run some Groovy scripts. Here is how I solved it.

Go to "Project Structure"-> "Project" -> "Project language level" and select "SDK default". This should use the same SDK for all project modules.

Standard concise way to copy a file in Java?

Three possible problems with the above code:

  1. If getChannel throws an exception, you might leak an open stream.
  2. For large files, you might be trying to transfer more at once than the OS can handle.
  3. You are ignoring the return value of transferFrom, so it might be copying just part of the file.

This is why org.apache.tools.ant.util.ResourceUtils.copyResource is so complicated. Also note that while transferFrom is OK, transferTo breaks on JDK 1.4 on Linux (see Bug ID:5056395) – Jesse Glick Jan

400 vs 422 response to POST of data

400 Bad Request is proper HTTP status code for your use case. The code is defined by HTTP/0.9-1.1 RFC.

The request could not be understood by the server due to malformed syntax. The client SHOULD NOT repeat the request without modifications.

http://tools.ietf.org/html/rfc2616#section-10.4.1

422 Unprocessable Entity is defined by RFC 4918 - WebDav. Note that there is slight difference in comparison to 400, see quoted text below.

This error condition may occur if an XML request body contains well-formed (i.e., syntactically correct), but semantically erroneous, XML instructions.

To keep uniform interface you should use 422 only in a case of XML responses and you should also support all status codes defined by Webdav extension, not just 422.

http://tools.ietf.org/html/rfc4918#page-78

See also Mark Nottingham's post on status codes:

it’s a mistake to try to map each part of your application “deeply” into HTTP status codes; in most cases the level of granularity you want to be aiming for is much coarser. When in doubt, it’s OK to use the generic status codes 200 OK, 400 Bad Request and 500 Internal Service Error when there isn’t a better fit.

How to Think About HTTP Status Codes

PHP's array_map including keys

Not with array_map, as it doesn't handle keys.

array_walk does:

$test_array = array("first_key" => "first_value",
                    "second_key" => "second_value");
array_walk($test_array, function(&$a, $b) { $a = "$b loves $a"; });
var_dump($test_array);

// array(2) {
//   ["first_key"]=>
//   string(27) "first_key loves first_value"
//   ["second_key"]=>
//   string(29) "second_key loves second_value"
// }

It does change the array given as parameter however, so it's not exactly functional programming (as you have the question tagged like that). Also, as pointed out in the comment, this will only change the values of the array, so the keys won't be what you specified in the question.

You could write a function that fixes the points above yourself if you wanted to, like this:

function mymapper($arrayparam, $valuecallback) {
  $resultarr = array();
  foreach ($arrayparam as $key => $value) {
    $resultarr[] = $valuecallback($key, $value);
  }
  return $resultarr;
}

$test_array = array("first_key" => "first_value",
                    "second_key" => "second_value");
$new_array = mymapper($test_array, function($a, $b) { return "$a loves $b"; });
var_dump($new_array);

// array(2) {
//   [0]=>
//   string(27) "first_key loves first_value"
//   [1]=>
//   string(29) "second_key loves second_value"
// }

How to call a JavaScript function from PHP?

I don't accept the naysayers' answers.

If you find some special package that makes it work, then you can do it yourself! So, I don't buy those answers.

onClick is a kludge that involves the end-user, hence not acceptable.

@umesh came close, but it was not a standalone program. Here is such (adapted from his Answer):

<script type="text/javascript">
function JSFunction() {
    alert('In test Function');   // This demonstrates that the function was called
}
</script>

<?php
// Call a JS function "from" php

if (true) {   // This if() is to point out that you might
              // want to call JSFunction conditionally
    // An echo like this is how you implant the 'call' in a way
    // that it will be invoked in the client.
    echo '<script type="text/javascript">
         JSFunction();
    </script>';
}

Java's L number (long) specification

I hope you won't mind a slight tangent, but thought you may be interested to know that besides F (for float), D (for double), and L (for long), a proposal has been made to add suffixes for byte and shortY and S respectively. This would eliminate to the need to cast to bytes when using literal syntax for byte (or short) arrays. Quoting the example from the proposal:

MAJOR BENEFIT: Why is the platform better if the proposal is adopted?

cruddy code like

 byte[] stuff = { 0x00, 0x7F, (byte)0x80,  (byte)0xFF};

can be recoded as

 byte[] ufum7 = { 0x00y, 0x7Fy, 0x80y, 0xFFy };

Joe Darcy is overseeing Project Coin for Java 7, and his blog has been an easy way to track these proposals.

Filtering collections in C#

Here is a code block / example of some list filtering using three different methods that I put together to show Lambdas and LINQ based list filtering.

#region List Filtering

static void Main(string[] args)
{
    ListFiltering();
    Console.ReadLine();
}

private static void ListFiltering()
{
    var PersonList = new List<Person>();

    PersonList.Add(new Person() { Age = 23, Name = "Jon", Gender = "M" }); //Non-Constructor Object Property Initialization
    PersonList.Add(new Person() { Age = 24, Name = "Jack", Gender = "M" });
    PersonList.Add(new Person() { Age = 29, Name = "Billy", Gender = "M" });

    PersonList.Add(new Person() { Age = 33, Name = "Bob", Gender = "M" });
    PersonList.Add(new Person() { Age = 45, Name = "Frank", Gender = "M" });

    PersonList.Add(new Person() { Age = 24, Name = "Anna", Gender = "F" });
    PersonList.Add(new Person() { Age = 29, Name = "Sue", Gender = "F" });
    PersonList.Add(new Person() { Age = 35, Name = "Sally", Gender = "F" });
    PersonList.Add(new Person() { Age = 36, Name = "Jane", Gender = "F" });
    PersonList.Add(new Person() { Age = 42, Name = "Jill", Gender = "F" });

    //Logic: Show me all males that are less than 30 years old.

    Console.WriteLine("");
    //Iterative Method
    Console.WriteLine("List Filter Normal Way:");
    foreach (var p in PersonList)
        if (p.Gender == "M" && p.Age < 30)
            Console.WriteLine(p.Name + " is " + p.Age);

    Console.WriteLine("");
    //Lambda Filter Method
    Console.WriteLine("List Filter Lambda Way");
    foreach (var p in PersonList.Where(p => (p.Gender == "M" && p.Age < 30))) //.Where is an extension method
        Console.WriteLine(p.Name + " is " + p.Age);

    Console.WriteLine("");
    //LINQ Query Method
    Console.WriteLine("List Filter LINQ Way:");
    foreach (var v in from p in PersonList
                      where p.Gender == "M" && p.Age < 30
                      select new { p.Name, p.Age })
        Console.WriteLine(v.Name + " is " + v.Age);
}

private class Person
{
    public Person() { }
    public int Age { get; set; }
    public string Name { get; set; }
    public string Gender { get; set; }
}

#endregion

Create a temporary table in MySQL with an index from a select

I wrestled quite a while with the proper syntax for CREATE TEMPORARY TABLE SELECT. Having figured out a few things, I wanted to share the answers with the rest of the community.

Basic information about the statement is available at the following MySQL links:

CREATE TABLE SELECT and CREATE TABLE.

At times it can be daunting to interpret the spec. Since most people learn best from examples, I will share how I have created a working statement, and how you can modify it to work for you.

  1. Add multiple indexes

    This statement shows how to add multiple indexes (note that index names - in lower case - are optional):

    CREATE TEMPORARY TABLE core.my_tmp_table 
    (INDEX my_index_name (tag, time), UNIQUE my_unique_index_name (order_number))
    SELECT * FROM core.my_big_table
    WHERE my_val = 1
    
  2. Add a new primary key:

    CREATE TEMPORARY TABLE core.my_tmp_table 
    (PRIMARY KEY my_pkey (order_number),
    INDEX cmpd_key (user_id, time))
    SELECT * FROM core.my_big_table
    
  3. Create additional columns

    You can create a new table with more columns than are specified in the SELECT statement. Specify the additional column in the table definition. Columns specified in the table definition and not found in select will be first columns in the new table, followed by the columns inserted by the SELECT statement.

    CREATE TEMPORARY TABLE core.my_tmp_table 
    (my_new_id BIGINT NOT NULL AUTO_INCREMENT,  
    PRIMARY KEY my_pkey (my_new_id), INDEX my_unique_index_name (invoice_number))
    SELECT * FROM core.my_big_table
    
  4. Redefining data types for the columns from SELECT

    You can redefine the data type of a column being SELECTed. In the example below, column tag is a MEDIUMINT in core.my_big_table and I am redefining it to a BIGINT in core.my_tmp_table.

    CREATE TEMPORARY TABLE core.my_tmp_table 
    (tag BIGINT,
    my_time DATETIME,  
    INDEX my_unique_index_name (tag) )
    SELECT * FROM core.my_big_table
    
  5. Advanced field definitions during create

    All the usual column definitions are available as when you create a normal table. Example:

    CREATE TEMPORARY TABLE core.my_tmp_table 
    (id INT UNSIGNED NOT NULL AUTO_INCREMENT PRIMARY KEY,
    value BIGINT UNSIGNED NOT NULL DEFAULT 0 UNIQUE,
    location VARCHAR(20) DEFAULT "NEEDS TO BE SET",
    country CHAR(2) DEFAULT "XX" COMMENT "Two-letter country code",  
    INDEX my_index_name (location))
    ENGINE=MyISAM 
    SELECT * FROM core.my_big_table
    

Squaring all elements in a list

def square(a):
    squares = []
    for i in a:
        squares.append(i**2)
    return squares

so how would i do the square of numbers from 1-20 using the above function

Sorting an IList in C#

Here's an example using the stronger typing. Not sure if it's necessarily the best way though.

static void Main(string[] args)
{
    IList list = new List<int>() { 1, 3, 2, 5, 4, 6, 9, 8, 7 };
    List<int> stronglyTypedList = new List<int>(Cast<int>(list));
    stronglyTypedList.Sort();
}

private static IEnumerable<T> Cast<T>(IEnumerable list)
{
    foreach (T item in list)
    {
        yield return item;
    }
}

The Cast function is just a reimplementation of the extension method that comes with 3.5 written as a normal static method. It is quite ugly and verbose unfortunately.

Sequelize.js delete query?

I wrote something like this for Sails a while back, in case it saves you some time:

Example usage:

// Delete the user with id=4
User.findAndDelete(4,function(error,result){
  // all done
});

// Delete all users with type === 'suspended'
User.findAndDelete({
  type: 'suspended'
},function(error,result){
  // all done
});

Source:

/**
 * Retrieve models which match `where`, then delete them
 */
function findAndDelete (where,callback) {

    // Handle *where* argument which is specified as an integer
    if (_.isFinite(+where)) {
        where = {
            id: where
        };
    }

    Model.findAll({
        where:where
    }).success(function(collection) {
        if (collection) {
            if (_.isArray(collection)) {
                Model.deleteAll(collection, callback);
            }
            else {
                collection.destroy().
                success(_.unprefix(callback)).
                error(callback);
            }
        }
        else {
            callback(null,collection);
        }
    }).error(callback);
}

/**
 * Delete all `models` using the query chainer
 */
deleteAll: function (models) {
    var chainer = new Sequelize.Utils.QueryChainer();
    _.each(models,function(m,index) {
        chainer.add(m.destroy());
    });
    return chainer.run();
}

from: orm.js.

Hope that helps!

Display current date and time without punctuation

Here you go:

date +%Y%m%d%H%M%S

As man date says near the top, you can use the date command like this:

date [OPTION]... [+FORMAT]

That is, you can give it a format parameter, starting with a +. You can probably guess the meaning of the formatting symbols I used:

  • %Y is for year
  • %m is for month
  • %d is for day
  • ... and so on

You can find this, and other formatting symbols in man date.