Programs & Examples On #Reserved

Denotes a resource that is usable only in a pre-determined way. This can reference memory, key words or hardware.

Visual Studio Code PHP Intelephense Keep Showing Not Necessary Error

In my case, for some reason, vendor folder was disabled on VS Code settings:

    "intelephense.files.exclude": [
        "**/.git/**",
        "**/.svn/**",
        "**/.hg/**",
        "**/CVS/**",
        "**/.DS_Store/**",
        "**/node_modules/**",
        "**/bower_components/**",
        "**/vendor/**", <-- remove this line!
        "**/resources/views/**"
    ],

By removing the line containing vendor folder it works ok on version Intelephense 1.5.4

How to add image in Flutter

their is no need to create asset directory and under it images directory and then you put image. Better is to just create Images directory inside your project where pubspec.yaml exist and put images inside it and access that images just like as shown in tutorial/documention

assets: - images/lake.jpg // inside pubspec.yaml

eslint: error Parsing error: The keyword 'const' is reserved

you also can add this inline instead of config, just add it to the same file before you add your own disable stuff

/* eslint-env es6 */
/* eslint-disable no-console */

my case was disable a file and eslint-disable were not working for me alone

/* eslint-env es6 */
/* eslint-disable */

ssh : Permission denied (publickey,gssapi-with-mic)

I had the same issue while using vagrant. So from my Mac I was trying to ssh to a vagrant box (CentOS 7)

Solved it by amending the /etc/ssh/sshd_config PasswordAuthentication yes then re-started the service using sudo systemctl restart sshd

Hope this helps.

Is it possible to append Series to rows of DataFrame without making a list first?

Something like this could work...

mydf.loc['newindex'] = myseries

Here is an example where I used it...

stats = df[['bp_prob', 'ICD9_prob', 'meds_prob', 'regex_prob']].describe()

stats
Out[32]: 
          bp_prob   ICD9_prob   meds_prob  regex_prob
count  171.000000  171.000000  171.000000  171.000000
mean     0.179946    0.059071    0.067020    0.126812
std      0.271546    0.142681    0.152560    0.207014
min      0.000000    0.000000    0.000000    0.000000
25%      0.000000    0.000000    0.000000    0.000000
50%      0.000000    0.000000    0.000000    0.013116
75%      0.309019    0.065248    0.066667    0.192954
max      1.000000    1.000000    1.000000    1.000000

medians = df[['bp_prob', 'ICD9_prob', 'meds_prob', 'regex_prob']].median()

stats.loc['median'] = medians

stats
Out[36]: 
           bp_prob   ICD9_prob   meds_prob  regex_prob
count   171.000000  171.000000  171.000000  171.000000
mean      0.179946    0.059071    0.067020    0.126812
std       0.271546    0.142681    0.152560    0.207014
min       0.000000    0.000000    0.000000    0.000000
25%       0.000000    0.000000    0.000000    0.000000
50%       0.000000    0.000000    0.000000    0.013116
75%       0.309019    0.065248    0.066667    0.192954
max       1.000000    1.000000    1.000000    1.000000
median    0.000000    0.000000    0.000000    0.013116

SQLSTATE[HY000] [1045] Access denied for user 'username'@'localhost' using CakePHP

I want to add to the answers posted on above that none of the solutions proposed here worked for me. My WAMP, is working on port 3308 instead of 3306 which is what it is installed by default. I found out that when working in a local environment, if you are using mysqladmin in your computer (for testing environment), and if you are working with port other than 3306, you must define your variable DB_SERVER with the value localhost:NumberOfThePort, so it will look like the following: define("DB_SERVER", "localhost:3308"). You can obtain this value by right-clicking on the WAMP icon in your taskbar (on the hidden icons section) and select Tools. You will see the section: "Port used by MySQL: NumberOfThePort"

This will fix your connection to your database.

This was the error I got: Error: SQLSTATE[HY1045] Access denied for user 'username'@'localhost' on line X.

I hope this helps you out.

:)

SQLPLUS error:ORA-12504: TNS:listener was not given the SERVICE_NAME in CONNECT_DATA

Just a small observation: you keep mentioning conn usr\pass, and this is a typo, right? Cos it should be conn usr/pass. Or is it different on a Unix based OS?

Furthermore, just to be sure: if you use tnsnames, your login string will look different from when you use the login method you started this topic out with.

tnsnames.ora should be in $ORACLE_HOME$\network\admin. That is the Oracle home on the machine from which you are trying to connect, so in your case your PC. If you have multiple oracle_homes and wish to use only one tnsnames.ora, you can set environment variable tns_admin (e.g. set TNS_ADMIN=c:\oracle\tns), and place tnsnames.ora in that directory.

Your original method of logging on (usr/[email protected]:port/servicename) should always work. So far I think you have all the info, except for the port number, which I am sure your DBA will be able to give you. If this method still doesn't work, either the server's IP address is not available from your client, or it is a firewall issue (blocking a certain port), or something else not (directly) related to Oracle or SQL*Plus.

hth! Regards, Remco

twitter bootstrap text-center when in xs mode

Bootstrap 4

<div class="col-md-9 col-xs-12 text-md-left text-center">md left, xs center</div>
<div class="col-md-9 col-xs-12 text-md-right text-center">md right, xs center</div>

How to change Oracle default data pump directory to import dumpfile?

use DIRECTORY option.

Documentation here: http://docs.oracle.com/cd/E11882_01/server.112/e22490/dp_import.htm#SUTIL907

  DIRECTORY

  Default: DATA_PUMP_DIR

  Purpose

  Specifies the default location in which the import job can find the dump file set and where it should create log and SQL files.

  Syntax and Description

  DIRECTORY=directory_object
  The directory_object is the name of a database directory object (not the file path of an actual directory). Upon installation, privileged users have access to a default directory object named DATA_PUMP_DIR. Users with access to the default DATA_PUMP_DIR directory object do not need to use the DIRECTORY parameter at all.

  A directory object specified on the DUMPFILE, LOGFILE, or SQLFILE parameter overrides any directory object that you specify for the DIRECTORY parameter. You must have Read access to the directory used for the dump file set and Write access to the directory used to create the log and SQL files.

  Example

  The following is an example of using the DIRECTORY parameter. You can create the expfull.dmp dump file used in this example by running the example provided for the Export FULL parameter. See "FULL".

  > impdp hr DIRECTORY=dpump_dir1 DUMPFILE=expfull.dmp 
  LOGFILE=dpump_dir2:expfull.log
  This command results in the import job looking for the expfull.dmp dump file in the directory pointed to by the dpump_dir1 directory object. The dpump_dir2 directory object specified on the LOGFILE parameter overrides the DIRECTORY parameter so that the log file is written to dpump_dir2.

Android Emulator Error Message: "PANIC: Missing emulator engine program for 'x86' CPUS."

You cannot start emulator-x86 directory, because it needs to have LD_LIBRARY_PATH setup specially to find the PC Bios and GPU emulation libraries (that's why 'emulator' exists, it modifies the path, then calls emulator-x86).

Did you update the first ouput ? It looks like 'emulator' is still finding ' /usr/local/bin/emulator-x86'

Oracle listener not running and won't start

I encounter similar problem when installing oracle 11gR2 on Windows 2012 server. the problem is solved when I run cmd.exe as Admistrator privilege and run "lsnrctl start LISTENER".

Error: unexpected symbol/input/string constant/numeric constant/SPECIAL in my code

For me the error was:

Error: unexpected input in "?"

and the fix was opening the script in a hex editor and removing the first 3 characters from the file. The file was starting with an UTF-8 BOM and it seems that Rscript can't read that.

EDIT: OP requested an example. Here it goes.

?  ~ cat a.R
cat('hello world\n')
?  ~ xxd a.R
00000000: efbb bf63 6174 2827 6865 6c6c 6f20 776f  ...cat('hello wo
00000010: 726c 645c 6e27 290a                      rld\n').
?  ~ R -f a.R        

R version 3.4.4 (2018-03-15) -- "Someone to Lean On"
Copyright (C) 2018 The R Foundation for Statistical Computing
Platform: x86_64-pc-linux-gnu (64-bit)

R is free software and comes with ABSOLUTELY NO WARRANTY.
You are welcome to redistribute it under certain conditions.
Type 'license()' or 'licence()' for distribution details.

  Natural language support but running in an English locale

R is a collaborative project with many contributors.
Type 'contributors()' for more information and
'citation()' on how to cite R or R packages in publications.

Type 'demo()' for some demos, 'help()' for on-line help, or
'help.start()' for an HTML browser interface to help.
Type 'q()' to quit R.

> cat('hello world\n')
Error: unexpected input in "?"
Execution halted

The listener supports no services

you need to reconfigure your tnsnames.ora so that it can point to your hostname after that listener will be able to pick the new hostname. after which check the status of your listener lsnrctl status and start listener lsnrctl start then register your listener. Alter system register

New lines inside paragraph in README.md

Interpreting newlines as <br /> used to be a feature of Github-flavored markdown, but the most recent help document no longer lists this feature.

Fortunately, you can do it manually. The easiest way is to ensure that each line ends with two spaces. So, change

a
b
c

into

a__
b__
c

(where _ is a blank space).

Or, you can add explicit <br /> tags.

a <br />
b <br />
c

justify-content property isn't working

This answer might be stupid, but I spent quite some time to figure it out.

What happened to me was I didn't set display: flex to the container. And of course, justify-content won't work without a container with that property.

Multi-line string with extra space (preserved indentation)

I came hear looking for this answer but also wanted to pipe it to another command. The given answer is correct but if anyone wants to pipe it, you need to pipe it before the multi-line string like this

echo | tee /tmp/pipetest << EndOfMessage
This is line 1.
This is line 2.
Line 3.
EndOfMessage

This will allow you to have a multi line string but also put it in the stdin of a subsequent command.

Syntax error due to using a reserved word as a table or column name in MySQL

The Problem

In MySQL, certain words like SELECT, INSERT, DELETE etc. are reserved words. Since they have a special meaning, MySQL treats it as a syntax error whenever you use them as a table name, column name, or other kind of identifier - unless you surround the identifier with backticks.

As noted in the official docs, in section 10.2 Schema Object Names (emphasis added):

Certain objects within MySQL, including database, table, index, column, alias, view, stored procedure, partition, tablespace, and other object names are known as identifiers.

...

If an identifier contains special characters or is a reserved word, you must quote it whenever you refer to it.

...

The identifier quote character is the backtick ("`"):

A complete list of keywords and reserved words can be found in section 10.3 Keywords and Reserved Words. In that page, words followed by "(R)" are reserved words. Some reserved words are listed below, including many that tend to cause this issue.

  • ADD
  • AND
  • BEFORE
  • BY
  • CALL
  • CASE
  • CONDITION
  • DELETE
  • DESC
  • DESCRIBE
  • FROM
  • GROUP
  • IN
  • INDEX
  • INSERT
  • INTERVAL
  • IS
  • KEY
  • LIKE
  • LIMIT
  • LONG
  • MATCH
  • NOT
  • OPTION
  • OR
  • ORDER
  • PARTITION
  • RANK
  • REFERENCES
  • SELECT
  • TABLE
  • TO
  • UPDATE
  • WHERE

The Solution

You have two options.

1. Don't use reserved words as identifiers

The simplest solution is simply to avoid using reserved words as identifiers. You can probably find another reasonable name for your column that is not a reserved word.

Doing this has a couple of advantages:

  • It eliminates the possibility that you or another developer using your database will accidentally write a syntax error due to forgetting - or not knowing - that a particular identifier is a reserved word. There are many reserved words in MySQL and most developers are unlikely to know all of them. By not using these words in the first place, you avoid leaving traps for yourself or future developers.

  • The means of quoting identifiers differs between SQL dialects. While MySQL uses backticks for quoting identifiers by default, ANSI-compliant SQL (and indeed MySQL in ANSI SQL mode, as noted here) uses double quotes for quoting identifiers. As such, queries that quote identifiers with backticks are less easily portable to other SQL dialects.

Purely for the sake of reducing the risk of future mistakes, this is usually a wiser course of action than backtick-quoting the identifier.

2. Use backticks

If renaming the table or column isn't possible, wrap the offending identifier in backticks (`) as described in the earlier quote from 10.2 Schema Object Names.

An example to demonstrate the usage (taken from 10.3 Keywords and Reserved Words):

mysql> CREATE TABLE interval (begin INT, end INT);
ERROR 1064 (42000): You have an error in your SQL syntax.
near 'interval (begin INT, end INT)'

mysql> CREATE TABLE `interval` (begin INT, end INT); Query OK, 0 rows affected (0.01 sec)

Similarly, the query from the question can be fixed by wrapping the keyword key in backticks, as shown below:

INSERT INTO user_details (username, location, `key`)
VALUES ('Tim', 'Florida', 42)";               ^   ^

XAMPP Port 80 in use by "Unable to open process" with PID 4

Your port 80 is being used by the system.

  1. In Windows “World Wide Publishing" Service is using this port and it's process is system which PID is 4 maximum time and stopping this service(“World Wide Publishing") will free the port 80 and you can connect Apache using this port. To stop the service go to the “Task manager –> Services tab”, right click the “World Wide Publishing Service” and stop.
  2. If you don't find there then Then go to "Run > services.msc" and again find there and right click the “World Wide Publishing Service” and stop.
  3. If you didn't find “World Wide Publishing Service” there then go to "Run>>resmon.exe>> Network Tab>>Listening Ports" and see which process is using port 80

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And from "Overview>>CPU" just Right click on that process and click "End Process Tree". If that process is system that might be a critical issue.

No module named setuptools

For ubuntu users, this error may arise because setuptool is not installed system-wide. Simply install setuptool using the command:

sudo apt-get install -y python-setuptools

For python3:

sudo apt-get install -y python3-setuptools

After that, install your package again normally, using

sudo python setup.py install

That's all.

NodeJS - Error installing with NPM

I encountered the issue with the error:

gyp ERR! configure error

gyp ERR! stack Error: Can't find Python executable "python", you can set the PYTHON env variable.

Here is what I was doing and what finally worked.

Disclaimer: I am just getting my hands into Node, Angular after many years in the Java, Linux world among others...

Environment Description: Windows 8.1 64-bit; Cygwin; cygwin bash shell

Command used that led to error: npm install -g karma

Error: gyp ERR! configure error gyp ERR! stack Error: Can't find Python executable "python", you can set the PYT HON env variable.

Discovery: 'which python' on bash shell clearly shows '/usr/bin/python'. Now that is annoying!

Solution: This is only applicable to those using the environment similar to what I have, i.e. using cygwin and bash shell. Hope it helps in other environments as well but keep in mind that your kettle of tea may look a little different than mine.

  1. Firstly, need to set the $PYTHON shell env variable in .bashrc using the explicit windows path to the python executable and not the unix like root path (/usr/bin) used by cygwin.
  2. Secondly, and this one took a lot of trial/error and here's the gotcha! Cygwin installs python under /usr/bin (which is really a mirror of /bin on windows) with the version, i.e. (in my system) /usr/bin/python2.7.exe and then adds a link /usr/bin/python --> python2.7.exe. The problem is that gyp cannot follow this link and keeps giving the annoying error that it cannot find python even though you can find it just fine from the shell command line.
  3. With the above background now add the following line to your .bashrc

export PYTHON="C:/cygwin64/bin/python2.7.exe (or whatever is the version on your system)"

  1. Now source your .bashrc from your home directory (on cygwin)--> 'source .bashrc'

You should be fine now and gyp will find the python executable.

I hope this helps someone stumbling on the same or similar issue.

How can I find out the total physical memory (RAM) of my linux box suitable to be parsed by a shell script?

One more useful command:
vmstat -s | grep memory
sample output on my machine is:

  2050060 K total memory
  1092992 K used memory
   743072 K active memory
   177084 K inactive memory
   957068 K free memory
   385388 K buffer memory

another useful command to get memory information is:
free
sample output is:

             total       used       free     shared    buffers     cached
Mem:       2050060    1093324     956736        108     385392     386812
-/+ buffers/cache:     321120    1728940
Swap:      2095100       2732    2092368

One observation here is that, the command free gives information about swap space also.
The following link may be useful for you:
http://www.linuxnix.com/find-ram-details-in-linuxunix/

How to include duplicate keys in HashMap?

Use Map<Integer, List<String>>:

Map<Integer, List<String>> map = new LinkedHashMap< Integer, List<String>>();

map.put(-1505711364, new ArrayList<>(Arrays.asList("4")));
map.put(294357273, new ArrayList<>(Arrays.asList("15", "71")));
//...

To add a new key/value pair in this map:

public void add(Integer key, String newValue) {
    List<String> currentValue = map.get(key);
    if (currentValue == null) {
        currentValue = new ArrayList<String>();
        map.put(key, currentValue);
    }
    currentValue.add(newValue);
}

Fix footer to bottom of page

For your footer:

#footer {
    position: fixed;
    height: 50px;
    background-color: red;
    bottom: 0px;
    left: 0px;
    right: 0px;
    margin-bottom: 0px;
}

For your body:

body {
    margin-bottom:50px;
}

_x000D_
_x000D_
#footer {_x000D_
  background-color: red;_x000D_
  position: fixed;_x000D_
  bottom: 0px;_x000D_
  left: 0px;_x000D_
  right: 0px;_x000D_
  height: 50px;_x000D_
  margin-bottom: 0px;_x000D_
}_x000D_
_x000D_
div {_x000D_
  margin: 20px 20px;_x000D_
}_x000D_
_x000D_
body {_x000D_
  margin-bottom: 50px;_x000D_
}
_x000D_
<div>_x000D_
  Although most pages on my site have enough content to push the footer to the bottom of the page for most people. I would like to know it's always fixed to the bottom regardless of screen size from now on anyway. I've tried a number of ways such as bottom:_x000D_
  0x; position:absolute: etc. Never seems to work very well, occasionally pushes the footer out of it's container to fix to the bottom using some of those examples right there. Included is the HTML and CSS for the two parts of the footer (footer & copyright_x000D_
  bar). They're both inside of a div anyway. I removed my attempts at getting it to stick so people can have a look at it right now and see what the current code is to amend. Although most pages on my site have enough content to push the footer to the_x000D_
  bottom of the page for most people. I would like to know it's always fixed to the bottom regardless of screen size from now on anyway. I've tried a number of ways such as bottom: 0x; position:absolute: etc. Never seems to work very well, occasionally_x000D_
  pushes the footer out of it's container to fix to the bottom using some of those examples right there. Included is the HTML and CSS for the two parts of the footer (footer & copyright bar). They're both inside of a div anyway. I removed my attempts_x000D_
  at getting it to stick so people can have a look at it right now and see what the current code is to amend. Although most pages on my site have enough content to push the footer to the bottom of the page for most people. I would like to know it's always_x000D_
  fixed to the bottom regardless of screen size from now on anyway. I've tried a number of ways such as bottom: 0x; position:absolute: etc. Never seems to work very well, occasionally pushes the footer out of it's container to fix to the bottom using_x000D_
  some of those examples right there. Included is the HTML and CSS for the two parts of the footer (footer & copyright bar). They're both inside of a div anyway. I removed my attempts at getting it to stick so people can have a look at it right now and_x000D_
  see what the current code is to amend. Although most pages on my site have enough content to push the footer to the bottom of the page for most people. I would like to know it's always fixed to the bottom regardless of screen size from now on anyway._x000D_
  I've tried a number of ways such as bottom: 0x; position:absolute: etc. Never seems to work very well, occasionally pushes the footer out of it's container to fix to the bottom using some of those examples right there. Included is the HTML and CSS for_x000D_
  the two parts of the footer (footer & copyright bar). They're both inside of a div anyway. I removed my attempts at getting it to stick so people can have a look at it right now and see what the current code is to amend. Although most pages on my site_x000D_
  have enough content to push the footer to the bottom of the page for most people. I would like to know it's always fixed to the bottom regardless of screen size from now on anyway. I've tried a number of ways such as bottom: 0x; position:absolute: etc._x000D_
  Never seems to work very well, occasionally pushes the footer out of it's container to fix to the bottom using some of those examples right there. Included is the HTML and CSS for the two parts of the footer (footer & copyright bar). They're both inside_x000D_
  of a div anyway. I removed my attempts at getting it to stick so people can have a look at it right now and see what the current code is to amend. Although most pages on my site have enough content to push the footer to the bottom of the page for most_x000D_
  people. I would like to know it's always fixed to the bottom regardless of screen size from now on anyway. I've tried a number of ways such as bottom: 0x; position:absolute: etc. Never seems to work very well, occasionally pushes the footer out of it's_x000D_
  container to fix to the bottom using some of those examples right there. Included is the HTML and CSS for the two parts of the footer (footer & copyright bar). They're both inside of a div anyway. I removed my attempts at getting it to stick so people_x000D_
  can have a look at it right now and see what the current code is to amend._x000D_
</div>_x000D_
<div id="footer">_x000D_
  This is footer_x000D_
</div>
_x000D_
_x000D_
_x000D_

jsFiddle Demo

PHP array() to javascript array()

This may be a easy solution.

var mydate = '<?php implode("##",$youdateArray); ?>';
var ret = mydate.split("##");

Tar a directory, but don't store full absolute paths in the archive

The option -C works; just for clarification I'll post 2 examples:

  1. creation of a tarball without the full path: full path /home/testuser/workspace/project/application.war and what we want is just project/application.war so:

    tar -cvf output_filename.tar  -C /home/testuser/workspace project
    

    Note: there is a space between workspace and project; tar will replace full path with just project .

  2. extraction of tarball with changing the target path (default to ., i.e current directory)

    tar -xvf output_filename.tar -C /home/deploy/
    

    tar will extract tarball based on given path and preserving the creation path; in our example the file application.war will be extracted to /home/deploy/project/application.war.

    /home/deploy: given on extract
    project: given on creation of tarball

Note : if you want to place the created tarball in a target directory, you just add the target path before tarball name. e.g.:

tar -cvf /path/to/place/output_filename.tar  -C /home/testuser/workspace project

The network adapter could not establish the connection - Oracle 11g

I had the similar issue. its resolved for me with a simple command.

lsnrctl start

The Network Adapter exception is caused because:

  1. The database host name or port number is wrong (OR)
  2. The database TNSListener has not been started. The TNSListener may be started with the lsnrctl utility.

Try to start the listener using the command prompt:

  1. Click Start, type cmd in the search field, and when cmd shows up in the list of options, right click it and select ‘Run as Administrator’.
  2. At the Command Prompt window, type lsnrctl start without the quotes and press Enter.
  3. Type Exit and press Enter.

Hope it helps.

Django error - matching query does not exist

your line raising the error is here:

comment = Comment.objects.get(pk=comment_id)

you try to access a non-existing comment.

from django.shortcuts import get_object_or_404

comment = get_object_or_404(Comment, pk=comment_id)

Instead of having an error on your server, your user will get a 404 meaning that he tries to access a non existing resource.

Ok up to here I suppose you are aware of this.

Some users (and I'm part of them) let tabs running for long time, if users are authorized to delete data, it may happens. A 404 error may be a better error to handle a deleted resource error than sending an email to the admin.

Other users go to addresses from their history, (same if data have been deleted since it may happens).

How to get two or more commands together into a batch file

Try this: edited

@echo off
set "comd=dir /b /s *.zip"
set "pathName="
set /p "pathName=Enter The Value: "
cd /d "%pathName%"
%comd%
pause

SQL Server Jobs with SSIS packages - Failed to decrypt protected XML node "DTS:Password" with error 0x8009000B

It is because creator of the SSIS packages is someone else and other person is executing the packages.

If suppose A person has created SSIS packages and B person is trying to execute than the above error comes.

You can solve the error by changing creator name from package properties from A to B.

Thanks, Kiran Sagar

How to install PyQt5 on Windows?

One of the most (probably the most) easiest way to install site-packages like PyQt5 is installing one of the versions of Anaconda. You can just install many of site-packages by installing it. List of avaliable site-packages with Anaconda versions can be checked here.

  1. Dowload Anaconda3 or Anaconda2
  2. Install it.
  3. Add PyQt5's path inside Anaconda installation to your System Environment Variables.

For example:

PATH: ....; C:\Anaconda3\Lib\site-packages\PyQt5; ...
  1. It is ready to use.

ASP.NET: HTTP Error 500.19 – Internal Server Error 0x8007000d

Error 0x8007000d means URL rewriting module (referenced in web.config) is missing or proper version is not installed.

Just install URL rewriting module via web platform installer.

I recommend to check all dependencies from web.config and install them.

Can I delete a git commit but keep the changes?

You're looking for either git reset HEAD^ --soft or git reset HEAD^ --mixed.

There are 3 modes to the reset command as stated in the docs:

git reset HEAD^ --soft

undo the git commit. Changes still exist in the working tree(the project folder) + the index (--cached)

git reset HEAD^ --mixed

undo git commit + git add. Changes still exist in the working tree

git reset HEAD^ --hard

Like you never made these changes to the codebase. Changes are gone from the working tree.

How do I read a file line by line in VB Script?

When in doubt, read the documentation:

filename = "C:\Temp\vblist.txt"

Set fso = CreateObject("Scripting.FileSystemObject")
Set f = fso.OpenTextFile(filename)

Do Until f.AtEndOfStream
  WScript.Echo f.ReadLine
Loop

f.Close

Python 2.7: %d, %s, and float()

See String Formatting Operations:

%d is the format code for an integer. %f is the format code for a float.

%s prints the str() of an object (What you see when you print(object)).

%r prints the repr() of an object (What you see when you print(repr(object)).

For a float %s, %r and %f all display the same value, but that isn't the case for all objects. The other fields of a format specifier work differently as well:

>>> print('%10.2s' % 1.123) # print as string, truncate to 2 characters in a 10-place field.
        1.
>>> print('%10.2f' % 1.123) # print as float, round to 2 decimal places in a 10-place field.
      1.12

SQL Network Interfaces, error: 26 - Error Locating Server/Instance Specified

This problem took me about one day, on one of mine ASP.NET MVC project fortunately i had the problem on my machine and not in production environment, so comparing web.config i see and removing that the error disappeared... a true challenge connect the SQL Server error 26 to this problem

How to increase IDE memory limit in IntelliJ IDEA on Mac?

On my machine this only works in bin/idea.vmoptions, adding the setting in ~/Library/Preferences/IntelliJIdea12/idea.vmoptions causes the IDEA to hang during startup.

Python functions call by reference

Hope the following description sums it up well:

There are two things to consider here - variables and objects.

  1. If you are passing a variable, then it's pass by value, which means the changes made to the variable within the function are local to that function and hence won't be reflected globally. This is more of a 'C' like behavior.

Example:

def changeval( myvar ):
   myvar = 20; 
   print "values inside the function: ", myvar
   return

myvar = 10;
changeval( myvar );
print "values outside the function: ", myvar

O/P:

values inside the function:  20 
values outside the function:  10
  1. If you are passing the variables packed inside a mutable object, like a list, then the changes made to the object are reflected globally as long as the object is not re-assigned.

Example:

def changelist( mylist ):
   mylist2=['a'];
   mylist.append(mylist2);
   print "values inside the function: ", mylist
   return

mylist = [1,2,3];
changelist( mylist );
print "values outside the function: ", mylist

O/P:

values inside the function:  [1, 2, 3, ['a']]
values outside the function:  [1, 2, 3, ['a']]
  1. Now consider the case where the object is re-assigned. In this case, the object refers to a new memory location which is local to the function in which this happens and hence not reflected globally.

Example:

def changelist( mylist ):
   mylist=['a'];
   print "values inside the function: ", mylist
   return

mylist = [1,2,3];
changelist( mylist );
print "values outside the function: ", mylist

O/P:

values inside the function:  ['a']
values outside the function:  [1, 2, 3]

Cannot open Windows.h in Microsoft Visual Studio

For my case, I had to right click the solution and click "Retarget Projects". In my case I retargetted to Windows SDK version 10.0.1777.0 and Platform Toolset v142. I also had to change "Windows.h"to<windows.h>

I am running Visual Studio 2019 version 16.25 on a windows 10 machine

Why am I getting error CS0246: The type or namespace name could not be found?

i also faced same problem,

Reason: why i faced this error is, rather then creating new partial view, i have created class and then renamed its extension from ".cs" to ".cshtml".

Solution: Just delete that rename view and re-create proper partial/full view. it will work fine after that.

Heroku "psql: FATAL: remaining connection slots are reserved for non-replication superuser connections"

I actually tried to implement connection pooling on the django end using:

https://github.com/gmcguire/django-db-pool

but I still received this error, despite lowering the number of connections available to below the standard development DB quota of 20 open connections.

There is an article here about how to move your postgresql database to the free/cheap tier of Amazon RDS. This would allow you to set max_connections higher. This will also allow you to pool connections at the database level using PGBouncer.

https://www.lewagon.com/blog/how-to-migrate-heroku-postgres-database-to-amazon-rds

UPDATE:

Heroku responded to my open ticket and stated that my database was improperly load balanced in their network. They said that improvements to their system should prevent similar problems in the future. Nonetheless, support manually relocated my database and performance is noticeably improved.

When to use @QueryParam vs @PathParam

This is what I do.

If there is a scenario to retrieve a record based on id, for example you need to get the details of the employee whose id is 15, then you can have resource with @PathParam.

GET /employee/{id}

If there is a scenario where you need to get the details of all employees but only 10 at a time, you may use query param

GET /employee?start=1&size=10

This says that starting employee id 1 get ten records.

To summarize, use @PathParam for retrieval based on id. User @QueryParam for filter or if you have any fixed list of options that user can pass.

gson throws MalformedJsonException

I suspect that result1 has some characters at the end of it that you can't see in the debugger that follow the closing } character. What's the length of result1 versus result2? I'll note that result2 as you've quoted it has 169 characters.

GSON throws that particular error when there's extra characters after the end of the object that aren't whitespace, and it defines whitespace very narrowly (as the JSON spec does) - only \t, \n, \r, and space count as whitespace. In particular, note that trailing NUL (\0) characters do not count as whitespace and will cause this error.

If you can't easily figure out what's causing the extra characters at the end and eliminate them, another option is to tell GSON to parse in lenient mode:

Gson gson = new Gson();
JsonReader reader = new JsonReader(new StringReader(result1));
reader.setLenient(true);
Userinfo userinfo1 = gson.fromJson(reader, Userinfo.class);

How to maintain page scroll position after a jquery event is carried out?

What you want to do is prevent the default action of the click event. To do this, you will need to modify your script like this:

$(document).ready(function() {
  $('.galleryicon').live("click", function(e) {

    $('#mainImage').hide();
    $('#cakebox').css('background-image', "url('ajax-loader.gif')");
    var i = $('<img />').attr('src',this.href).load(function() {
        $('#mainImage').attr('src', i.attr('src'));
        $('#cakebox').css('background-image', 'none');
        $('#mainImage').fadeIn();
    });
    return false; 
    e.preventDefault();
   });
 });

So, you're adding an "e" that represents the event in the line $('.galleryicon').live("click", function(e) { and you're adding the line e.preventDefault();

Two div blocks on same line

You can use a HTML table:

<table>
<tr>
<td>
<div id="bloc1">your content</div>
</td>
<td>
<div id="bloc2">your content</div>
</td>
</tr>
</table>   

django order_by query set, ascending and descending

Reserved.objects.filter(client=client_id).order_by('-check_in')

Notice the - before check_in.

Django Documentation

Understanding the Linux oom-killer's logs

Sum of total_vm is 847170 and sum of rss is 214726, these two values are counted in 4kB pages, which means when oom-killer was running, you had used 214726*4kB=858904kB physical memory and swap space.

Since your physical memory is 1GB and ~200MB was used for memory mapping, it's reasonable for invoking oom-killer when 858904kB was used.

rss for process 2603 is 181503, which means 181503*4KB=726012 rss, was equal to sum of anon-rss and file-rss.

[11686.043647] Killed process 2603 (flasherav) total-vm:1498536kB, anon-rss:721784kB, file-rss:4228kB

Process all arguments except the first one (in a bash script)

http://wiki.bash-hackers.org/scripting/posparams

It explains the use of shift (if you want to discard the first N parameters) and then implementing Mass Usage

How can I give the Intellij compiler more heap space?

GWT in Intellij 12

FWIW, I was getting a similar error with my GWT application during 'Build | Rebuild Project'.

This was caused by Intellij doing a full GWT compile which I didn't like because it is also a very lengthy process.

I disabled GWT compile by turning off the module check boxes under 'Project Structure | Facets | GWT'.

Alternatively there is a 'Compiler maximum heap size' setting in that location as well.

Convert char* to string C++

There seems to be a few details left out of your explanation, but I will do my best...

If these are NUL-terminated strings or the memory is pre-zeroed, you can just iterate down the length of the memory segment until you hit a NUL (0) character or the maximum length (whichever comes first). Use the string constructor, passing the buffer and the size determined in the previous step.

string retrieveString( char* buf, int max ) {

    size_t len = 0;
    while( (len < max) && (buf[ len ] != '\0') ) {
        len++;
    }

    return string( buf, len );

}

If the above is not the case, I'm not sure how you determine where a string ends.

How to delete $_POST variable upon pressing 'Refresh' button on browser with PHP?

I see this have been answered. However, I ran into the same issue and fixed it by adding the following to the header of the php script.

header("Pragma: no-cache");

Post/Redirect/Get is a good practice no doubt. But even without that, the above should fix the issue.

Error message: (provider: Shared Memory Provider, error: 0 - No process is on the other end of the pipe.)

In C# and SQL SERVER, we can fix the error by adding Integrated Security = true to the connection string.

Please find the full connection string:

constr = @"Data Source=<Data-Source-Server-Name>;Initial Catalog=<DB-Name>;Integrated Security=true";

Is the order of elements in a JSON list preserved?

Practically speaking, if the keys were of type NaN, the browser will not change the order.

The following script will output "One", "Two", "Three":

var foo={"3":"Three", "1":"One", "2":"Two"};
for(bar in foo) {
    alert(foo[bar]);
}

Whereas the following script will output "Three", "One", "Two":

var foo={"@3":"Three", "@1":"One", "@2":"Two"};
for(bar in foo) {
    alert(foo[bar]);
}

SSIS package creating Hresult: 0x80004005 Description: "Login timeout expired" error

I had a similar error..This might be due to two reasons. a) If you have used variables, re-evaluate the expressions in which variables are used and make sure the expression is evaluated without errors. b) If you are deleting the excel sheet and creating excel sheet on the fly in your package.

Setting the MySQL root user password on OS X

You can manually turn-off mysql on Mac, by clicking on ? Apple menu and open System Preferences. Choose the “MySQL” preference panel, then click on the “Stop MySQL Server” button to stop MySQL Server on Mac.

After you stop your mysql you'll need to follow these steps.

  • You'll need to start mysql in skip-grant-tables mode

$ sudo /usr/local/mysql/support-files/mysql.server start --skip-grant-tables

  • In your terminal itself, enter this command to FLUSH existing PRIVILEGES

/usr/local/mysql/bin/mysql mysql> FLUSH PRIVILEGES;

  • Now you need to alter the user password

mysql> ALTER USER 'root'@'localhost' IDENTIFIED BY 'newpassword';

mysql> exit

Then you can go to ? Apple menu and open System Preferences. Choose the “MySQL” preference panel, then click on the “Stop MySQL Server” button to stop MySQL Server on Mac.

Finally you can again go to ? Apple menu and open System Preferences. Choose the “MySQL” preference panel, then click on the “Start MySQL Server” button to start MySQL Server on Mac.

Hope that helps

How to make a great R reproducible example

To quickly create a dput of your data you can just copy (a piece of) the data to your clipboard and run the following in R:

for data in Excel:

dput(read.table("clipboard",sep="\t",header=TRUE))

for data in a txt file:

dput(read.table("clipboard",sep="",header=TRUE))

You can change the sep in the latter if necessary. This will only work if your data is in the clipboard of course.

Group list by values

>>> xs = [["A",0], ["B",1], ["C",0], ["D",2], ["E",2]]
>>> xs.sort(key=lambda x: x[1])
>>> reduce(lambda l, x: (l.append([x]) if l[-1][0][1] != x[1] else l[-1].append(x)) or l, xs[1:], [[xs[0]]]) if xs else []
[[['A', 0], ['C', 0]], [['B', 1]], [['D', 2], ['E', 2]]]

Basically, if the list is sorted, it is possible to reduce by looking at the last group constructed by the previous steps - you can tell if you need to start a new group, or modify an existing group. The ... or l bit is a trick that enables us to use lambda in Python. (append returns None. It is always better to return something more useful than None, but, alas, such is Python.)

TNS-12505: TNS:listener does not currently know of SID given in connect descriptor

Just for another possibility to check, I came up with exactly the same problem with an incorrect port number specified in connect URL. I created a new oracle11g instance and forgot to kill the former one occupying the same port 1521, so the new instance automatically started on port 1522. Editing port number solved my problem.

System.BadImageFormatException: Could not load file or assembly

I had the same exception installing using correct framework.

My solution was running cmd as administrator .... then it worked fine.

Online SQL syntax checker conforming to multiple databases

I don't know of any such, and my experience is that it doesn't currently exist. Most are side by side comparisons of two databases. That information requires experts in all the databases encountered, which isn't common. Versions depend too, to know what is supported.

ANSI functions are making strides to ensure syntax is supported across databases, but it's dependent on vendors implementing the spec. And to date, they aren't implementing the entire ANSI spec at a time.

But you can crowd source on sites like this one by asking specific questions and including the databases involved and the versions used.

MSBUILD : error MSB1008: Only one project can be specified

If you are using Any CPU you may need to put it in single quotes.

Certainly when running in a Dockerfile, I had to use single quotes:

# Fails. Gives: MSBUILD : error MSB1008: Only one project can be specified.
RUN msbuild ConsoleAppFw451.sln /p:Configuration=Debug /p:Platform="Any CPU" 

# Passes. Gives: Successfully built 40163c3e0121
RUN msbuild ConsoleAppFw451.sln /p:Configuration=Debug /p:Platform='Any CPU' 

How to convert a structure to a byte array in C#?

I would take a look at the BinaryReader and BinaryWriter classes. I recently had to serialize data to a byte array (and back) and only found these classes after I'd basically rewritten them myself.

http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/system.io.binarywriter.aspx

There is a good example on that page too.

ORA-12505: TNS:listener does not currently know of SID given in connect descriptor (DBD ERROR: OCIServerAttach)

The following worked for me (Windows 7):

oradim -shutdown -sid enter_sid_here
oradim -startup -sid enter_sid_here

(with enter_sid_here replaced by the SID)

How do I specify the platform for MSBuild?

For VS2017 and 2019... with the modern core library SDK project files, the platform can be changed during the build process. Here's an example to change to the anycpu platform, just before the built-in CoreCompile task runs:

<Project Sdk="Microsoft.NET.Sdk" >

  <Target Name="SwitchToAnyCpu" BeforeTargets="CoreCompile" >
    <Message Text="Current Platform=$(Platform)" />
    <Message Text="Current PlatformTarget=$(PlatformName)" />
    <PropertyGroup>
      <Platform>anycpu</Platform>
      <PlatformTarget>anycpu</PlatformTarget>
    </PropertyGroup>
    <Message Text="New Platform=$(Platform)" />
    <Message Text="New PlatformTarget=$(PlatformTarget)" />
  </Target>

</Project>

In my case, I'm building an FPGA with BeforeTargets and AfterTargets tasks, but compiling a C# app in the main CoreCompile. (partly as I may want some sort of command-line app, and partly because I could not figure out how to omit or override CoreCompile)

To build for multiple, concurrent binaries such as x86 and x64: either a separate, manual build task would be needed or two separate project files with the respective <PlatformTarget>x86</PlatformTarget> and <PlatformTarget>x64</PlatformTarget> settings in the example, above.

String comparison in Python: is vs. ==

I would like to show a little example on how is and == are involved in immutable types. Try that:

a = 19998989890
b = 19998989889 +1
>>> a is b
False
>>> a == b
True

is compares two objects in memory, == compares their values. For example, you can see that small integers are cached by Python:

c = 1
b = 1
>>> b is c
True

You should use == when comparing values and is when comparing identities. (Also, from an English point of view, "equals" is different from "is".)

How do I escape reserved words used as column names? MySQL/Create Table

If you are interested in portability between different SQL servers you should use ANSI SQL queries. String escaping in ANSI SQL is done by using double quotes ("). Unfortunately, this escaping method is not portable to MySQL, unless it is set in ANSI compatibility mode.

Personally, I always start my MySQL server with the --sql-mode='ANSI' argument since this allows for both methods for escaping. If you are writing queries that are going to be executed in a MySQL server that was not setup / is controlled by you, here is what you can do:

  • Write all you SQL queries in ANSI SQL
  • Enclose them in the following MySQL specific queries:

    SET @OLD_SQL_MODE=@@SQL_MODE;
    SET SESSION SQL_MODE='ANSI';
    -- ANSI SQL queries
    SET SESSION SQL_MODE=@OLD_SQL_MODE;
    

This way the only MySQL specific queries are at the beginning and the end of your .sql script. If you what to ship them for a different server just remove these 3 queries and you're all set. Even more conveniently you could create a script named: script_mysql.sql that would contain the above mode setting queries, source a script_ansi.sql script and reset the mode.

How to stick text to the bottom of the page?

Try:

.bottom {
    position: fixed;
    bottom: 0;
}

How can I use "." as the delimiter with String.split() in java

You might be interested in the StringTokenizer class. However, the java docs advise that you use the .split method as StringTokenizer is a legacy class.

What is the total amount of public IPv4 addresses?

According to Reserved IP addresses there are 588,514,304 reserved addresses and since there are 4,294,967,296 (2^32) IPv4 addressess in total, there are 3,706,452,992 public addresses.

And too many addresses in this post.

Is there a Social Security Number reserved for testing/examples?

To expand on the Wikipedia-based answers:

The Social Security Administration (SSA) explicitly states in this document that the having "000" in the first group of numbers "will NEVER be a valid SSN":

I'd consider that pretty definitive.

However, that the 2nd or 3rd groups of numbers won't be "00" or "0000" can be inferred from a FAQ that the SSA publishes which indicates that allocation of those groups starts at "01" or "0001":

But this is only a FAQ and it's never outright stated that "00" or "0000" will never be used.

In another FAQ they provide (http://www.socialsecurity.gov/employer/randomizationfaqs.html#a0=6) that "00" or "0000" will never be used.

I can't find a reference to the 'advertisement' reserved SSNs on the SSA site, but it appears that no numbers starting with a 3 digit number higher than 772 (according to the document referenced above) have been assigned yet, but there's nothing I could find that states those numbers are reserved. Wikipedia's reference is a book that I don't have access to. The Wikipedia information on the advertisement reserved numbers is mentioned across the web, but many are clearly copied from Wikipedia. I think it would be nice to have a citation from the SSA, though I suspect that now that Wikipedia has made the idea popular that these number would now have to be reserved for advertisements even if they weren't initially.

The SSA has a page with a couple of stories about SSN's they've had to retire because they were used in advertisements/samples (maybe the SSA should post a link to whatever their current policy on this might be):

Is a slash ("/") equivalent to an encoded slash ("%2F") in the path portion of an HTTP URL

encodeURI()/decodeURI and encodeURIComponent()/decodeURIComponent are utility functions to handle this. Read more here https://stackabuse.com/javascripts-encodeuri-function/

Permission denied (publickey,keyboard-interactive)

You need to change the sshd_config file in the remote server (probably in /etc/ssh/sshd_config).

Change

PasswordAuthentication no

to

PasswordAuthentication yes

And then restart the sshd daemon.

PHP $_SERVER['HTTP_HOST'] vs. $_SERVER['SERVER_NAME'], am I understanding the man pages correctly?

Is it "safe" to use $_SERVER['HTTP_HOST'] for all links on a site without having to worry about XSS attacks, even when used in forms?

Yes, it's safe to use $_SERVER['HTTP_HOST'], (and even $_GET and $_POST) as long as you verify them before accepting them. This is what I do for secure production servers:

/* * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * */
$reject_request = true;
if(array_key_exists('HTTP_HOST', $_SERVER)){
    $host_name = $_SERVER['HTTP_HOST'];
    // [ need to cater for `host:port` since some "buggy" SAPI(s) have been known to return the port too, see http://goo.gl/bFrbCO
    $strpos = strpos($host_name, ':');
    if($strpos !== false){
        $host_name = substr($host_name, $strpos);
    }
    // ]
    // [ for dynamic verification, replace this chunk with db/file/curl queries
    $reject_request = !array_key_exists($host_name, array(
        'a.com' => null,
        'a.a.com' => null,
        'b.com' => null,
        'b.b.com' => null
    ));
    // ]
}
if($reject_request){
    // log errors
    // display errors (optional)
    exit;
}
/* * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * */
echo 'Hello World!';
// ...

The advantage of $_SERVER['HTTP_HOST'] is that its behavior is more well-defined than $_SERVER['SERVER_NAME']. Contrast ??:

Contents of the Host: header from the current request, if there is one.

with:

The name of the server host under which the current script is executing.

Using a better defined interface like $_SERVER['HTTP_HOST'] means that more SAPIs will implement it using reliable well-defined behavior. (Unlike the other.) However, it is still totally SAPI dependent ??:

There is no guarantee that every web server will provide any of these [$_SERVER entries]; servers may omit some, or provide others not listed here.

To understand how to properly retrieve the host name, first and foremost you need to understand that a server which contains only code has no means of knowing (pre-requisite for verifying) its own name on the network. It needs to interface with a component that supplies it its own name. This can be done via:

  • local config file

  • local database

  • hardcoded source code

  • external request (curl)

  • client/attacker's Host: request

  • etc

Usually its done via the local (SAPI) config file. Note that you have configured it correctly, e.g. in Apache ??:

A couple of things need to be 'faked' to make the dynamic virtual host look like a normal one.

The most important is the server name which is used by Apache to generate self-referential URLs, etc. It is configured with the ServerName directive, and it is available to CGIs via the SERVER_NAME environment variable.

The actual value used at run time is controlled by the UseCanonicalName setting.

With UseCanonicalName Off the server name comes from the contents of the Host: header in the request. With UseCanonicalName DNS it comes from a reverse DNS lookup of the virtual host's IP address. The former setting is used for name-based dynamic virtual hosting, and the latter is used for** IP-based hosting.

If Apache cannot work out the server name because there is no Host: header or the DNS lookup fails then the value configured with ServerName is used instead.

Maximum Java heap size of a 32-bit JVM on a 64-bit OS

We recently had some experience with this. We have ported from Solaris (x86-64 Version 5.10) to Linux (RedHat x86-64) recently and have realized that we have less memory available for a 32 bit JVM process on Linux than Solaris.

For Solaris this almost comes around to 4GB (http://www.oracle.com/technetwork/java/hotspotfaq-138619.html#gc_heap_32bit).

We ran our app with -Xms2560m -Xmx2560m -XX:MaxPermSize=512m -XX:PermSize=512m with no issues on Solaris for past couple of years. Tried to move it to linux and we had issues with random out of memory errors on start up. We could only get it to consistently start up on -Xms2300 -Xmx2300. Then we were advised of this by support.

A 32 bit process on Linux has a maximum addressable address space of 3gb (3072mb) whereas on Solaris it is the full 4gb (4096mb).

How to filter files when using scp to copy dir recursively?

scp -i /home/<user>/.ssh/id_rsa -o "StrictHostKeyChecking=no" -rp /source/directory/path/[!.]* <target_user>@<target_system:/destination/directory/path

How do I escape a reserved word in Oracle?

Oracle normally requires double-quotes to delimit the name of identifiers in SQL statements, e.g.

SELECT "MyColumn" AS "MyColAlias"
FROM "MyTable" "Alias"
WHERE "ThisCol" = 'That Value';

However, it graciously allows omitting the double-quotes, in which case it quietly converts the identifier to uppercase:

SELECT MyColumn AS MyColAlias
FROM MyTable Alias
WHERE ThisCol = 'That Value';

gets internally converted to something like:

SELECT "ALIAS" . "MYCOLUMN" AS "MYCOLALIAS"
FROM "THEUSER" . "MYTABLE" "ALIAS"
WHERE "ALIAS" . "THISCOL" = 'That Value';

is it possible to update UIButton title/text programmatically?

Make sure you're on the main thread.

If not, it will still save the button text. It will be there when you inspect the object in the debugger. But it won't actually update the view.

How to fix Python indentation

If you're using Vim, see :h retab.

                                                        *:ret* *:retab*
:[range]ret[ab][!] [new_tabstop]
                        Replace all sequences of white-space containing a
                        <Tab> with new strings of white-space using the new
                        tabstop value given.  If you do not specify a new
                        tabstop size or it is zero, Vim uses the current value
                        of 'tabstop'.
                        The current value of 'tabstop' is always used to
                        compute the width of existing tabs.
                        With !, Vim also replaces strings of only normal
                        spaces with tabs where appropriate.
                        With 'expandtab' on, Vim replaces all tabs with the
                        appropriate number of spaces.
                        This command sets 'tabstop' to the new value given,
                        and if performed on the whole file, which is default,
                        should not make any visible change.
                        Careful: This command modifies any <Tab> characters
                        inside of strings in a C program.  Use "\t" to avoid
                        this (that's a good habit anyway).
                        ":retab!" may also change a sequence of spaces by
                        <Tab> characters, which can mess up a printf().
                        {not in Vi}
                        Not available when |+ex_extra| feature was disabled at
                        compile time.

For example, if you simply type

:ret

all your tabs will be expanded into spaces.

You may want to

:se et  " shorthand for :set expandtab

to make sure that any new lines will not use literal tabs.


If you're not using Vim,

perl -i.bak -pe "s/\t/' 'x(8-pos()%8)/eg" file.py

will replace tabs with spaces, assuming tab stops every 8 characters, in file.py (with the original going to file.py.bak, just in case). Replace the 8s with 4s if your tab stops are every 4 spaces instead.

Resolving ORA-4031 "unable to allocate x bytes of shared memory"

The following are not needed as they they not fix the error:

  1. ps -ef|grep oracle
  2. Find the smon and kill the pid for it
  3. SQL> startup mount
  4. SQL> create pfile from spfile;

Restarting the database will flush your pool and that solves a effect not the problem.

Fixate your large_pool so it can not go lower then a certain point or add memory and set a higher max memory.

How to preserve aspect ratio when scaling image using one (CSS) dimension in IE6?

The only way to do explicit scaling in CSS is to use tricks such as found here.

IE6 only, you could also use filters (check out PNGFix). But applying them automatically to the page will need javascript, though that javascript could be embedded in the CSS file.

If you are going to require javascript, then you might want to just have javascript fill in the missing value for the height by inspecting the image once the content has loaded. (Sorry I do not have a reference for this technique).

Finally, and pardon me for this soapbox, you might want to eschew IE6 support in this matter. You could add _width: auto after your width: 75px rule, so that IE6 at least renders the image reasonably, even if it is the wrong size.

I recommend the last solution simply because IE6 is on the way out: 20% and going down almost a percent a month. Also, I note that your site is recreational and in the UK. Both of these help the demographic lean to be away from IE6: IE6 usage drops nearly 40% during weekends (no citation sorry), and UK has a much lower IE6 demographic (again no citation, sorry).

Good luck!

Altering a column: null to not null

I had the same problem, but the field used to default to null, and now I want to default it to 0. That required adding one more line after mdb's solution:

ALTER TABLE [Table] ADD CONSTRAINT [Constraint] DEFAULT 0 FOR [Column];

Virtual Memory Usage from Java under Linux, too much memory used

The Sun JVM requires a lot of memory for HotSpot and it maps in the runtime libraries in shared memory.

If memory is an issue consider using another JVM suitable for embedding. IBM has j9, and there is the Open Source "jamvm" which uses GNU classpath libraries. Also Sun has the Squeak JVM running on the SunSPOTS so there are alternatives.

How to remove selected commit log entries from a Git repository while keeping their changes?

To expand on J.F. Sebastian's answer:

You can use git-rebase to easily make all kinds of changes to your commit history.

After running git rebase --interactive you get the following in your $EDITOR:

pick 366eca1 This has a huge file
pick d975b30 delete foo
pick 121802a delete bar
# Rebase 57d0b28..121802a onto 57d0b28
#
# Commands:
#  p, pick = use commit
#  r, reword = use commit, but edit the commit message
#  e, edit = use commit, but stop for amending
#  s, squash = use commit, but meld into previous commit

You can move lines to change the order of commits and delete lines to remove that commit. Or you can add a command to combine (squash) two commits into a single commit (previous commit is the above commit), edit commits (what was changed), or reword commit messages.

I think pick just means that you want to leave that commit alone.

(Example is from here)

"unmappable character for encoding" warning in Java

Most of the time this compile error comes when unicode(UTF-8 encoded) file compiling

javac -encoding UTF-8 HelloWorld.java

and also You can add this compile option to your IDE ex: Intellij idea
(File>settings>Java Compiler) add as additional command line parameter

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-encoding : encoding Set the source file encoding name, such as EUC-JP and UTF-8.. If -encoding is not specified, the platform default converter is used. (DOC)

What is the most "pythonic" way to iterate over a list in chunks?

At first, I designed it to split strings into substrings to parse string containing hex.
Today I turned it into complex, but still simple generator.

def chunker(iterable, size, reductor, condition):
    it = iter(iterable)
    def chunk_generator():
        return (next(it) for _ in range(size))
    chunk = reductor(chunk_generator())
    while condition(chunk):
        yield chunk
        chunk = reductor(chunk_generator())

Arguments:

Obvious ones

  • iterable is any iterable / iterator / generator containg / generating / iterating over input data,
  • size is, of course, size of chunk you want get,

More interesting

  • reductor is a callable, which receives generator iterating over content of chunk.
    I'd expect it to return sequence or string, but I don't demand that.

    You can pass as this argument for example list, tuple, set, frozenset,
    or anything fancier. I'd pass this function, returning string
    (provided that iterable contains / generates / iterates over strings):

    def concatenate(iterable):
        return ''.join(iterable)
    

    Note that reductor can cause closing generator by raising exception.

  • condition is a callable which receives anything what reductor returned.
    It decides to approve & yield it (by returning anything evaluating to True),
    or to decline it & finish generator's work (by returning anything other or raising exception).

    When number of elements in iterable is not divisible by size, when it gets exhausted, reductor will receive generator generating less elements than size.
    Let's call these elements lasts elements.

    I invited two functions to pass as this argument:

    • lambda x:x - the lasts elements will be yielded.

    • lambda x: len(x)==<size> - the lasts elements will be rejected.
      replace <size> using number equal to size

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

I had this issue with a WinForms Project using VS 2015. My solution was:

  1. right click the Project
  2. select properties
  3. check "Prefer 32-bit"
  4. Platform target: Any CPU

Is there an alternative to string.Replace that is case-insensitive?

From MSDN
$0 - "Substitutes the last substring matched by group number number (decimal)."

In .NET Regular expressions group 0 is always the entire match. For a literal $ you need to

string value = Regex.Replace("%PolicyAmount%", "%PolicyAmount%", @"$$0", RegexOptions.IgnoreCase);

When do I use the PHP constant "PHP_EOL"?

I have a site where a logging-script writes a new line of text to a textfile after an action from the user, who can be using any OS.

Using PHP_EOL don't seem to be optimal in this case. If the user is on Mac OS and writes to the textfile it will put \n. When opening the textfile on a windows computer it doesn't show a line break. For this reason i use "\r\n" instead which works when opening the file on any OS.

Where are static variables stored in C and C++?

in the "global and static" area :)

There are several memory areas in C++:

  • heap
  • free store
  • stack
  • global & static
  • const

See here for a detailed answer to your question:

The following summarizes a C++ program's major distinct memory areas. Note that some of the names (e.g., "heap") do not appear as such in the draft [standard].

     Memory Area     Characteristics and Object Lifetimes
     --------------  ------------------------------------------------

     Const Data      The const data area stores string literals and
                     other data whose values are known at compile
                     time.  No objects of class type can exist in
                     this area.  All data in this area is available
                     during the entire lifetime of the program.

                     Further, all of this data is read-only, and the
                     results of trying to modify it are undefined.
                     This is in part because even the underlying
                     storage format is subject to arbitrary
                     optimization by the implementation.  For
                     example, a particular compiler may store string
                     literals in overlapping objects if it wants to.


     Stack           The stack stores automatic variables. Typically
                     allocation is much faster than for dynamic
                     storage (heap or free store) because a memory
                     allocation involves only pointer increment
                     rather than more complex management.  Objects
                     are constructed immediately after memory is
                     allocated and destroyed immediately before
                     memory is deallocated, so there is no
                     opportunity for programmers to directly
                     manipulate allocated but uninitialized stack
                     space (barring willful tampering using explicit
                     dtors and placement new).


     Free Store      The free store is one of the two dynamic memory
                     areas, allocated/freed by new/delete.  Object
                     lifetime can be less than the time the storage
                     is allocated; that is, free store objects can
                     have memory allocated without being immediately
                     initialized, and can be destroyed without the
                     memory being immediately deallocated.  During
                     the period when the storage is allocated but
                     outside the object's lifetime, the storage may
                     be accessed and manipulated through a void* but
                     none of the proto-object's nonstatic members or
                     member functions may be accessed, have their
                     addresses taken, or be otherwise manipulated.


     Heap            The heap is the other dynamic memory area,
                     allocated/freed by malloc/free and their
                     variants.  Note that while the default global
                     new and delete might be implemented in terms of
                     malloc and free by a particular compiler, the
                     heap is not the same as free store and memory
                     allocated in one area cannot be safely
                     deallocated in the other. Memory allocated from
                     the heap can be used for objects of class type
                     by placement-new construction and explicit
                     destruction.  If so used, the notes about free
                     store object lifetime apply similarly here.


     Global/Static   Global or static variables and objects have
                     their storage allocated at program startup, but
                     may not be initialized until after the program
                     has begun executing.  For instance, a static
                     variable in a function is initialized only the
                     first time program execution passes through its
                     definition.  The order of initialization of
                     global variables across translation units is not
                     defined, and special care is needed to manage
                     dependencies between global objects (including
                     class statics).  As always, uninitialized proto-
                     objects' storage may be accessed and manipulated
                     through a void* but no nonstatic members or
                     member functions may be used or referenced
                     outside the object's actual lifetime.

Best practices for catching and re-throwing .NET exceptions

When you throw ex, you're essentially throwing a new exception, and will miss out on the original stack trace information. throw is the preferred method.

Accessing session from TWIG template

{{app.session}} refers to the Session object and not the $_SESSION array. I don't think the $_SESSION array is accessible unless you explicitly pass it to every Twig template or if you do an extension that makes it available.

Symfony2 is object-oriented, so you should use the Session object to set session attributes and not rely on the array. The Session object will abstract this stuff away from you so it is easier to, say, store the session in a database because storing the session variable is hidden from you.

So, set your attribute in the session and retrieve the value in your twig template by using the Session object.

// In a controller
$session = $this->get('session');
$session->set('filter', array(
    'accounts' => 'value',
));

// In Twig
{% set filter = app.session.get('filter') %}
{% set account-filter = filter['accounts'] %}

Hope this helps.

Regards,
Matt

ToString() function in Go

Attach a String() string method to any named type and enjoy any custom "ToString" functionality:

package main

import "fmt"

type bin int

func (b bin) String() string {
        return fmt.Sprintf("%b", b)
}

func main() {
        fmt.Println(bin(42))
}

Playground: http://play.golang.org/p/Azql7_pDAA


Output

101010

How to write new line character to a file in Java

    PrintWriter out = null; // for writting in file    
    String newLine = System.getProperty("line.separator"); // taking new line 
    out.print("1st Line"+newLine); // print with new line
    out.print("2n Line"+newLine);  // print with new line
    out.close();

What is the meaning of ImagePullBackOff status on a Kubernetes pod?

The issue arises when the image is not present on the cluster and k8s engine is going to pull the respective registry. k8s Engine enables 3 types of ImagePullPolicy mentioned :

  1. Always : It always pull the image in container irrespective of changes in the image
  2. Never : It will never pull the new image on the container
  3. IfNotPresent : It will pull the new image in cluster if the image is not present.

Best Practices : It is always recommended to tag the new image in both docker file as well as k8s deployment file. So That it can pull the new image in container.

How can I implement the Iterable interface?

Iterable is a generic interface. A problem you might be having (you haven't actually said what problem you're having, if any) is that if you use a generic interface/class without specifying the type argument(s) you can erase the types of unrelated generic types within the class. An example of this is in Non-generic reference to generic class results in non-generic return types.

So I would at least change it to:

public class ProfileCollection implements Iterable<Profile> { 
    private ArrayList<Profile> m_Profiles;

    public Iterator<Profile> iterator() {        
        Iterator<Profile> iprof = m_Profiles.iterator();
        return iprof; 
    }

    ...

    public Profile GetActiveProfile() {
        return (Profile)m_Profiles.get(m_ActiveProfile);
    }
}

and this should work:

for (Profile profile : m_PC) {
    // do stuff
}

Without the type argument on Iterable, the iterator may be reduced to being type Object so only this will work:

for (Object profile : m_PC) {
    // do stuff
}

This is a pretty obscure corner case of Java generics.

If not, please provide some more info about what's going on.

Rounding up to next power of 2

/*
** http://graphics.stanford.edu/~seander/bithacks.html#IntegerLog
*/
#define __LOG2A(s) ((s &0xffffffff00000000) ? (32 +__LOG2B(s >>32)): (__LOG2B(s)))
#define __LOG2B(s) ((s &0xffff0000)         ? (16 +__LOG2C(s >>16)): (__LOG2C(s)))
#define __LOG2C(s) ((s &0xff00)             ? (8  +__LOG2D(s >>8)) : (__LOG2D(s)))
#define __LOG2D(s) ((s &0xf0)               ? (4  +__LOG2E(s >>4)) : (__LOG2E(s)))
#define __LOG2E(s) ((s &0xc)                ? (2  +__LOG2F(s >>2)) : (__LOG2F(s)))
#define __LOG2F(s) ((s &0x2)                ? (1)                  : (0))

#define LOG2_UINT64 __LOG2A
#define LOG2_UINT32 __LOG2B
#define LOG2_UINT16 __LOG2C
#define LOG2_UINT8  __LOG2D

static inline uint64_t
next_power_of_2(uint64_t i)
{
#if defined(__GNUC__)
    return 1UL <<(1 +(63 -__builtin_clzl(i -1)));
#else
    i =i -1;
    i =LOG2_UINT64(i);
    return 1UL <<(1 +i);
#endif
}

If you do not want to venture into the realm of undefined behaviour the input value must be between 1 and 2^63. The macro is also useful to set constant at compile time.

Max or Default?

Since DefaultIfEmpty isn't implemented in LINQ to SQL, I did a search on the error it returned and found a fascinating article that deals with null sets in aggregate functions. To summarize what I found, you can get around this limitation by casting to a nullable within your select. My VB is a little rusty, but I think it'd go something like this:

Dim x = (From y In context.MyTable _
         Where y.MyField = value _
         Select CType(y.MyCounter, Integer?)).Max

Or in C#:

var x = (from y in context.MyTable
         where y.MyField == value
         select (int?)y.MyCounter).Max();

Error: Local workspace file ('angular.json') could not be found

I just had the same problem.

It's related to release v6.0.0-rc.2, https://github.com/angular/angular-cli/releases:

New configuration format. The new file can be found at angular.json (but .angular.json is also accepted). Running ng update on a CLI 1.7 project will move you to the new configuration.

I needed to execute:

ng update @angular/cli --migrate-only --from=1.7.4

This removed .angular-cli.json and created angular.json.

If this leads to your project using 1.7.4, install v6 locally:

npm install --save-dev @angular/[email protected]

And try once again to update your project with:

ng update @angular/cli --migrate-only --from=1.7.4

Check if user is using IE

Using the answers above; simple & condensed returning Boolean:

var isIE = /(MSIE|Trident\/|Edge\/)/i.test(navigator.userAgent);

Calculating the SUM of (Quantity*Price) from 2 different tables

select orderID, sum(subtotal) as order_total from
(
    select orderID, productID, price, qty, price * qty as subtotal
    from product p inner join orderitem o on p.id = o.productID
    where o.orderID = @orderID
) t
group by orderID

Disable a link in Bootstrap

I just created my own version using CSS. As I need to disabled, then when document is ready use jQuery to make active. So that way a user cannot click on a button until after the document is ready. So i can substitute with AJAX instead. The way I came up with, was to add a class to the anchor tag itself and remove the class when document is ready. Could re-purpose this for your needs.

CSS:

a.disabled{
    pointer-events: none;
    cursor: default;
}

HTML:

<a class="btn btn-info disabled">Link Text</a>

JS:

$(function(){
    $('a.disabled').on('click',function(event){
        event.preventDefault();
    }).removeClass('disabled');
});

How do I enter a multi-line comment in Perl?

I found it. Perl has multi-line comments:

#!/usr/bin/perl

use strict;

use warnings;

=for comment

Example of multiline comment.

Example of multiline comment.

=cut

print "Multi Line Comment Example \n";

How to save Excel Workbook to Desktop regardless of user?

I think this is the most reliable way to get the desktop path which isn't always the same as the username.

MsgBox CreateObject("WScript.Shell").specialfolders("Desktop")

Unix epoch time to Java Date object

Epoch is the number of seconds since Jan 1, 1970..

So:

String epochString = "1081157732";
long epoch = Long.parseLong( epochString );
Date expiry = new Date( epoch * 1000 );

For more information: http://www.epochconverter.com/

How to set custom header in Volley Request

You can see this solution. It shows how to get/set cookies, but cookies are just one of the headers in a request/response. You have to override one of the Volley's *Request classes and set the required headers in getHeaders()


Here is the linked source:

public class StringRequest extends com.android.volley.toolbox.StringRequest {

private final Map<String, String> _params;

/**
 * @param method
 * @param url
 * @param params
 *            A {@link HashMap} to post with the request. Null is allowed
 *            and indicates no parameters will be posted along with request.
 * @param listener
 * @param errorListener
 */
public StringRequest(int method, String url, Map<String, String> params, Listener<String> listener,
        ErrorListener errorListener) {
    super(method, url, listener, errorListener);

    _params = params;
}

@Override
protected Map<String, String> getParams() {
    return _params;
}

/* (non-Javadoc)
 * @see com.android.volley.toolbox.StringRequest#parseNetworkResponse(com.android.volley.NetworkResponse)
 */
@Override
protected Response<String> parseNetworkResponse(NetworkResponse response) {
    // since we don't know which of the two underlying network vehicles
    // will Volley use, we have to handle and store session cookies manually
    MyApp.get().checkSessionCookie(response.headers);

    return super.parseNetworkResponse(response);
}

/* (non-Javadoc)
 * @see com.android.volley.Request#getHeaders()
 */
@Override
public Map<String, String> getHeaders() throws AuthFailureError {
    Map<String, String> headers = super.getHeaders();

    if (headers == null
            || headers.equals(Collections.emptyMap())) {
        headers = new HashMap<String, String>();
    }

    MyApp.get().addSessionCookie(headers);

    return headers;
}

}

And MyApp class:

public class MyApp extends Application {
    private static final String SET_COOKIE_KEY = "Set-Cookie";
    private static final String COOKIE_KEY = "Cookie";
    private static final String SESSION_COOKIE = "sessionid";

    private static MyApp _instance;
    private RequestQueue _requestQueue;
    private SharedPreferences _preferences;

    public static MyApp get() {
        return _instance;
    }

    @Override
    public void onCreate() {
        super.onCreate();
        _instance = this;
            _preferences = PreferenceManager.getDefaultSharedPreferences(this);
        _requestQueue = Volley.newRequestQueue(this);
    }

    public RequestQueue getRequestQueue() {
        return _requestQueue;
    }


    /**
     * Checks the response headers for session cookie and saves it
     * if it finds it.
     * @param headers Response Headers.
     */
    public final void checkSessionCookie(Map<String, String> headers) {
        if (headers.containsKey(SET_COOKIE_KEY)
                && headers.get(SET_COOKIE_KEY).startsWith(SESSION_COOKIE)) {
                String cookie = headers.get(SET_COOKIE_KEY);
                if (cookie.length() > 0) {
                    String[] splitCookie = cookie.split(";");
                    String[] splitSessionId = splitCookie[0].split("=");
                    cookie = splitSessionId[1];
                    Editor prefEditor = _preferences.edit();
                    prefEditor.putString(SESSION_COOKIE, cookie);
                    prefEditor.commit();
                }
            }
    }

    /**
     * Adds session cookie to headers if exists.
     * @param headers
     */
    public final void addSessionCookie(Map<String, String> headers) {
        String sessionId = _preferences.getString(SESSION_COOKIE, "");
        if (sessionId.length() > 0) {
            StringBuilder builder = new StringBuilder();
            builder.append(SESSION_COOKIE);
            builder.append("=");
            builder.append(sessionId);
            if (headers.containsKey(COOKIE_KEY)) {
                builder.append("; ");
                builder.append(headers.get(COOKIE_KEY));
            }
            headers.put(COOKIE_KEY, builder.toString());
        }
    }

}

Turn off axes in subplots

You can turn the axes off by following the advice in Veedrac's comment (linking to here) with one small modification.

Rather than using plt.axis('off') you should use ax.axis('off') where ax is a matplotlib.axes object. To do this for your code you simple need to add axarr[0,0].axis('off') and so on for each of your subplots.

The code below shows the result (I've removed the prune_matrix part because I don't have access to that function, in the future please submit fully working code.)

import matplotlib.pyplot as plt
import matplotlib.image as mpimg
import matplotlib.cm as cm

img = mpimg.imread("stewie.jpg")

f, axarr = plt.subplots(2, 2)
axarr[0,0].imshow(img, cmap = cm.Greys_r)
axarr[0,0].set_title("Rank = 512")
axarr[0,0].axis('off')

axarr[0,1].imshow(img, cmap = cm.Greys_r)
axarr[0,1].set_title("Rank = %s" % 128)
axarr[0,1].axis('off')

axarr[1,0].imshow(img, cmap = cm.Greys_r)
axarr[1,0].set_title("Rank = %s" % 32)
axarr[1,0].axis('off')

axarr[1,1].imshow(img, cmap = cm.Greys_r)
axarr[1,1].set_title("Rank = %s" % 16)
axarr[1,1].axis('off')

plt.show()

Stewie example

Note: To turn off only the x or y axis you can use set_visible() e.g.:

axarr[0,0].xaxis.set_visible(False) # Hide only x axis

Codeigniter : calling a method of one controller from other

test.php Controller File :

Class Test {
 function demo() {
  echo "Hello";
 }
}

test1.php Controller File :

Class Test1 {
 function demo2() {
  require('test.php');
  $test = new Test();
  $test->demo();
 }
}

Getting "TypeError: failed to fetch" when the request hasn't actually failed

The issue could be with the response you are receiving from back-end. If it was working fine on the server then the problem could be with the response headers. Check the Access-Control-Allow-Origin (ACAO) in the response headers. Usually react's fetch API will throw fail to fetch even after receiving response when the response headers' ACAO and the origin of request won't match.

How to get HttpClient returning status code and response body?

BasicResponseHandler throws if the status is not 2xx. See its javadoc.

Here is how I would do it:

HttpResponse response = client.execute( get );
int code = response.getStatusLine().getStatusCode();
InputStream body = response.getEntity().getContent();
// Read the body stream

Or you can also write a ResponseHandler starting from BasicResponseHandler source that don't throw when the status is not 2xx.

What is the proper way to test if a parameter is empty in a batch file?

I test with below code and it is fine.

@echo off

set varEmpty=
if not "%varEmpty%"=="" (
    echo varEmpty is not empty
) else (
    echo varEmpty is empty
)
set varNotEmpty=hasValue
if not "%varNotEmpty%"=="" (
    echo varNotEmpty is not empty
) else (
    echo varNotEmpty is empty
)

fatal: Unable to create temporary file '/home/username/git/myrepo.git/./objects/pack/tmp_pack_XXXXXX': Permission denied

I resolved it by giving permission to the user on each of the directories that you're using, like so:

sudo chown user /home/user/git

and so on.

In bash, how to store a return value in a variable?

It is easy you need to echo the value you need to return and then capture it like below

demofunc(){
    local variable="hellow"
    echo $variable    
}

val=$(demofunc)
echo $val

Can the jQuery UI Datepicker be made to disable Saturdays and Sundays (and holidays)?

$("#selector").datepicker({ beforeShowDay: highlightDays });

...

var dates = [new Date("1/1/2011"), new Date("1/2/2011")];

function highlightDays(date) {

    for (var i = 0; i < dates.length; i++) {
        if (date - dates[i] == 0) {
            return [true,'', 'TOOLTIP'];
        }
    }
    return [false];

}

Do I need a content-type header for HTTP GET requests?

Get requests should not have content-type because they do not have request entity (that is, a body)

Batch script to delete files

Consider that the files you need to delete have an extension txt and is located in the location D:\My Folder, then you could use the below code inside the bat file.

cd "D:\My Folder"
DEL *.txt 

php pdo: get the columns name of a table

My 2 cents:

$result = $db->query('select * from table limit 1');
$fields = array_keys($result->fetch(PDO::FETCH_ASSOC));

And you will get the column names as an array in the var $fields.

Multi-statement Table Valued Function vs Inline Table Valued Function

There is another difference. An inline table-valued function can be inserted into, updated, and deleted from - just like a view. Similar restrictions apply - can't update functions using aggregates, can't update calculated columns, and so on.

How do I merge dictionaries together in Python?

I believe that, as stated above, using d2.update(d1) is the best approach and that you can also copy d2 first if you still need it.

Although, I want to point out that dict(d1, **d2) is actually a bad way to merge dictionnaries in general since keyword arguments need to be strings, thus it will fail if you have a dict such as:

{
  1: 'foo',
  2: 'bar'
}

How to customize Bootstrap 3 tab color

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_x000D_
.panel.with-nav-tabs .panel-heading {_x000D_
  padding: 5px 5px 0 5px;_x000D_
}_x000D_
_x000D_
.panel.with-nav-tabs .nav-tabs {_x000D_
  border-bottom: none;_x000D_
}_x000D_
_x000D_
.panel.with-nav-tabs .nav-justified {_x000D_
  margin-bottom: -1px;_x000D_
}_x000D_
_x000D_
_x000D_
/********************************************************************/_x000D_
_x000D_
_x000D_
/*** PANEL DEFAULT ***/_x000D_
_x000D_
.with-nav-tabs.panel-default .nav-tabs>li>a,_x000D_
.with-nav-tabs.panel-default .nav-tabs>li>a:hover,_x000D_
.with-nav-tabs.panel-default .nav-tabs>li>a:focus {_x000D_
  color: #777;_x000D_
}_x000D_
_x000D_
.with-nav-tabs.panel-default .nav-tabs>.open>a,_x000D_
.with-nav-tabs.panel-default .nav-tabs>.open>a:hover,_x000D_
.with-nav-tabs.panel-default .nav-tabs>.open>a:focus,_x000D_
.with-nav-tabs.panel-default .nav-tabs>li>a:hover,_x000D_
.with-nav-tabs.panel-default .nav-tabs>li>a:focus {_x000D_
  color: #777;_x000D_
  background-color: #ddd;_x000D_
  border-color: transparent;_x000D_
}_x000D_
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.with-nav-tabs.panel-default .nav-tabs>li.active>a,_x000D_
.with-nav-tabs.panel-default .nav-tabs>li.active>a:hover,_x000D_
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  background-color: #fff;_x000D_
  border-color: #ddd;_x000D_
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.with-nav-tabs.panel-default .nav-tabs>li.dropdown .dropdown-menu>li>a {_x000D_
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_x000D_
.with-nav-tabs.panel-default .nav-tabs>li.dropdown .dropdown-menu>li>a:hover,_x000D_
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.with-nav-tabs.panel-default .nav-tabs>li.dropdown .dropdown-menu>.active>a,_x000D_
.with-nav-tabs.panel-default .nav-tabs>li.dropdown .dropdown-menu>.active>a:hover,_x000D_
.with-nav-tabs.panel-default .nav-tabs>li.dropdown .dropdown-menu>.active>a:focus {_x000D_
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  background-color: #555;_x000D_
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_x000D_
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/********************************************************************/_x000D_
_x000D_
_x000D_
/*** PANEL PRIMARY ***/_x000D_
_x000D_
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_x000D_
.with-nav-tabs.panel-primary .nav-tabs>.open>a,_x000D_
.with-nav-tabs.panel-primary .nav-tabs>.open>a:hover,_x000D_
.with-nav-tabs.panel-primary .nav-tabs>.open>a:focus,_x000D_
.with-nav-tabs.panel-primary .nav-tabs>li>a:hover,_x000D_
.with-nav-tabs.panel-primary .nav-tabs>li>a:focus {_x000D_
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  background-color: #3071a9;_x000D_
  border-color: transparent;_x000D_
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_x000D_
.with-nav-tabs.panel-primary .nav-tabs>li.active>a,_x000D_
.with-nav-tabs.panel-primary .nav-tabs>li.active>a:hover,_x000D_
.with-nav-tabs.panel-primary .nav-tabs>li.active>a:focus {_x000D_
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  background-color: #fff;_x000D_
  border-color: #428bca;_x000D_
  border-bottom-color: transparent;_x000D_
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_x000D_
.with-nav-tabs.panel-primary .nav-tabs>li.dropdown .dropdown-menu {_x000D_
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  border-color: #3071a9;_x000D_
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_x000D_
.with-nav-tabs.panel-primary .nav-tabs>li.dropdown .dropdown-menu>li>a {_x000D_
  color: #fff;_x000D_
}_x000D_
_x000D_
.with-nav-tabs.panel-primary .nav-tabs>li.dropdown .dropdown-menu>li>a:hover,_x000D_
.with-nav-tabs.panel-primary .nav-tabs>li.dropdown .dropdown-menu>li>a:focus {_x000D_
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}_x000D_
_x000D_
.with-nav-tabs.panel-primary .nav-tabs>li.dropdown .dropdown-menu>.active>a,_x000D_
.with-nav-tabs.panel-primary .nav-tabs>li.dropdown .dropdown-menu>.active>a:hover,_x000D_
.with-nav-tabs.panel-primary .nav-tabs>li.dropdown .dropdown-menu>.active>a:focus {_x000D_
  background-color: #4a9fe9;_x000D_
}_x000D_
_x000D_
_x000D_
/********************************************************************/_x000D_
_x000D_
_x000D_
/*** PANEL SUCCESS ***/_x000D_
_x000D_
.with-nav-tabs.panel-success .nav-tabs>li>a,_x000D_
.with-nav-tabs.panel-success .nav-tabs>li>a:hover,_x000D_
.with-nav-tabs.panel-success .nav-tabs>li>a:focus {_x000D_
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}_x000D_
_x000D_
.with-nav-tabs.panel-success .nav-tabs>.open>a,_x000D_
.with-nav-tabs.panel-success .nav-tabs>.open>a:hover,_x000D_
.with-nav-tabs.panel-success .nav-tabs>.open>a:focus,_x000D_
.with-nav-tabs.panel-success .nav-tabs>li>a:hover,_x000D_
.with-nav-tabs.panel-success .nav-tabs>li>a:focus {_x000D_
  color: #3c763d;_x000D_
  background-color: #d6e9c6;_x000D_
  border-color: transparent;_x000D_
}_x000D_
_x000D_
.with-nav-tabs.panel-success .nav-tabs>li.active>a,_x000D_
.with-nav-tabs.panel-success .nav-tabs>li.active>a:hover,_x000D_
.with-nav-tabs.panel-success .nav-tabs>li.active>a:focus {_x000D_
  color: #3c763d;_x000D_
  background-color: #fff;_x000D_
  border-color: #d6e9c6;_x000D_
  border-bottom-color: transparent;_x000D_
}_x000D_
_x000D_
.with-nav-tabs.panel-success .nav-tabs>li.dropdown .dropdown-menu {_x000D_
  background-color: #dff0d8;_x000D_
  border-color: #d6e9c6;_x000D_
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_x000D_
.with-nav-tabs.panel-success .nav-tabs>li.dropdown .dropdown-menu>li>a {_x000D_
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}_x000D_
_x000D_
.with-nav-tabs.panel-success .nav-tabs>li.dropdown .dropdown-menu>li>a:hover,_x000D_
.with-nav-tabs.panel-success .nav-tabs>li.dropdown .dropdown-menu>li>a:focus {_x000D_
  background-color: #d6e9c6;_x000D_
}_x000D_
_x000D_
.with-nav-tabs.panel-success .nav-tabs>li.dropdown .dropdown-menu>.active>a,_x000D_
.with-nav-tabs.panel-success .nav-tabs>li.dropdown .dropdown-menu>.active>a:hover,_x000D_
.with-nav-tabs.panel-success .nav-tabs>li.dropdown .dropdown-menu>.active>a:focus {_x000D_
  color: #fff;_x000D_
  background-color: #3c763d;_x000D_
}_x000D_
_x000D_
_x000D_
/********************************************************************/_x000D_
_x000D_
_x000D_
/*** PANEL INFO ***/_x000D_
_x000D_
.with-nav-tabs.panel-info .nav-tabs>li>a,_x000D_
.with-nav-tabs.panel-info .nav-tabs>li>a:hover,_x000D_
.with-nav-tabs.panel-info .nav-tabs>li>a:focus {_x000D_
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}_x000D_
_x000D_
.with-nav-tabs.panel-info .nav-tabs>.open>a,_x000D_
.with-nav-tabs.panel-info .nav-tabs>.open>a:hover,_x000D_
.with-nav-tabs.panel-info .nav-tabs>.open>a:focus,_x000D_
.with-nav-tabs.panel-info .nav-tabs>li>a:hover,_x000D_
.with-nav-tabs.panel-info .nav-tabs>li>a:focus {_x000D_
  color: #31708f;_x000D_
  background-color: #bce8f1;_x000D_
  border-color: transparent;_x000D_
}_x000D_
_x000D_
.with-nav-tabs.panel-info .nav-tabs>li.active>a,_x000D_
.with-nav-tabs.panel-info .nav-tabs>li.active>a:hover,_x000D_
.with-nav-tabs.panel-info .nav-tabs>li.active>a:focus {_x000D_
  color: #31708f;_x000D_
  background-color: #fff;_x000D_
  border-color: #bce8f1;_x000D_
  border-bottom-color: transparent;_x000D_
}_x000D_
_x000D_
.with-nav-tabs.panel-info .nav-tabs>li.dropdown .dropdown-menu {_x000D_
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  border-color: #bce8f1;_x000D_
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_x000D_
.with-nav-tabs.panel-info .nav-tabs>li.dropdown .dropdown-menu>li>a {_x000D_
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}_x000D_
_x000D_
.with-nav-tabs.panel-info .nav-tabs>li.dropdown .dropdown-menu>li>a:hover,_x000D_
.with-nav-tabs.panel-info .nav-tabs>li.dropdown .dropdown-menu>li>a:focus {_x000D_
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_x000D_
.with-nav-tabs.panel-info .nav-tabs>li.dropdown .dropdown-menu>.active>a,_x000D_
.with-nav-tabs.panel-info .nav-tabs>li.dropdown .dropdown-menu>.active>a:hover,_x000D_
.with-nav-tabs.panel-info .nav-tabs>li.dropdown .dropdown-menu>.active>a:focus {_x000D_
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  background-color: #31708f;_x000D_
}_x000D_
_x000D_
_x000D_
/********************************************************************/_x000D_
_x000D_
_x000D_
/*** PANEL WARNING ***/_x000D_
_x000D_
.with-nav-tabs.panel-warning .nav-tabs>li>a,_x000D_
.with-nav-tabs.panel-warning .nav-tabs>li>a:hover,_x000D_
.with-nav-tabs.panel-warning .nav-tabs>li>a:focus {_x000D_
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}_x000D_
_x000D_
.with-nav-tabs.panel-warning .nav-tabs>.open>a,_x000D_
.with-nav-tabs.panel-warning .nav-tabs>.open>a:hover,_x000D_
.with-nav-tabs.panel-warning .nav-tabs>.open>a:focus,_x000D_
.with-nav-tabs.panel-warning .nav-tabs>li>a:hover,_x000D_
.with-nav-tabs.panel-warning .nav-tabs>li>a:focus {_x000D_
  color: #8a6d3b;_x000D_
  background-color: #faebcc;_x000D_
  border-color: transparent;_x000D_
}_x000D_
_x000D_
.with-nav-tabs.panel-warning .nav-tabs>li.active>a,_x000D_
.with-nav-tabs.panel-warning .nav-tabs>li.active>a:hover,_x000D_
.with-nav-tabs.panel-warning .nav-tabs>li.active>a:focus {_x000D_
  color: #8a6d3b;_x000D_
  background-color: #fff;_x000D_
  border-color: #faebcc;_x000D_
  border-bottom-color: transparent;_x000D_
}_x000D_
_x000D_
.with-nav-tabs.panel-warning .nav-tabs>li.dropdown .dropdown-menu {_x000D_
  background-color: #fcf8e3;_x000D_
  border-color: #faebcc;_x000D_
}_x000D_
_x000D_
.with-nav-tabs.panel-warning .nav-tabs>li.dropdown .dropdown-menu>li>a {_x000D_
  color: #8a6d3b;_x000D_
}_x000D_
_x000D_
.with-nav-tabs.panel-warning .nav-tabs>li.dropdown .dropdown-menu>li>a:hover,_x000D_
.with-nav-tabs.panel-warning .nav-tabs>li.dropdown .dropdown-menu>li>a:focus {_x000D_
  background-color: #faebcc;_x000D_
}_x000D_
_x000D_
.with-nav-tabs.panel-warning .nav-tabs>li.dropdown .dropdown-menu>.active>a,_x000D_
.with-nav-tabs.panel-warning .nav-tabs>li.dropdown .dropdown-menu>.active>a:hover,_x000D_
.with-nav-tabs.panel-warning .nav-tabs>li.dropdown .dropdown-menu>.active>a:focus {_x000D_
  color: #fff;_x000D_
  background-color: #8a6d3b;_x000D_
}_x000D_
_x000D_
_x000D_
/********************************************************************/_x000D_
_x000D_
_x000D_
/*** PANEL DANGER ***/_x000D_
_x000D_
.with-nav-tabs.panel-danger .nav-tabs>li>a,_x000D_
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.with-nav-tabs.panel-danger .nav-tabs>li>a:focus {_x000D_
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}_x000D_
_x000D_
.with-nav-tabs.panel-danger .nav-tabs>.open>a,_x000D_
.with-nav-tabs.panel-danger .nav-tabs>.open>a:hover,_x000D_
.with-nav-tabs.panel-danger .nav-tabs>.open>a:focus,_x000D_
.with-nav-tabs.panel-danger .nav-tabs>li>a:hover,_x000D_
.with-nav-tabs.panel-danger .nav-tabs>li>a:focus {_x000D_
  color: #a94442;_x000D_
  background-color: #ebccd1;_x000D_
  border-color: transparent;_x000D_
}_x000D_
_x000D_
.with-nav-tabs.panel-danger .nav-tabs>li.active>a,_x000D_
.with-nav-tabs.panel-danger .nav-tabs>li.active>a:hover,_x000D_
.with-nav-tabs.panel-danger .nav-tabs>li.active>a:focus {_x000D_
  color: #a94442;_x000D_
  background-color: #fff;_x000D_
  border-color: #ebccd1;_x000D_
  border-bottom-color: transparent;_x000D_
}_x000D_
_x000D_
.with-nav-tabs.panel-danger .nav-tabs>li.dropdown .dropdown-menu {_x000D_
  background-color: #f2dede;_x000D_
  /* bg color */_x000D_
  border-color: #ebccd1;_x000D_
  /* border color */_x000D_
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_x000D_
.with-nav-tabs.panel-danger .nav-tabs>li.dropdown .dropdown-menu>li>a {_x000D_
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  /* normal text color */_x000D_
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_x000D_
.with-nav-tabs.panel-danger .nav-tabs>li.dropdown .dropdown-menu>li>a:hover,_x000D_
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_x000D_
.with-nav-tabs.panel-danger .nav-tabs>li.dropdown .dropdown-menu>.active>a,_x000D_
.with-nav-tabs.panel-danger .nav-tabs>li.dropdown .dropdown-menu>.active>a:hover,_x000D_
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<script src="https://cdnjs.cloudflare.com/ajax/libs/jquery/3.3.1/jquery.min.js"></script>_x000D_
<link href="//netdna.bootstrapcdn.com/bootstrap/3.2.0/css/bootstrap.min.css" rel="stylesheet" id="bootstrap-css">_x000D_
<script src="//netdna.bootstrapcdn.com/bootstrap/3.2.0/js/bootstrap.min.js"></script>_x000D_
<!------ Include the above in your HEAD tag ---------->_x000D_
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<div class="container">_x000D_
  <div class="page-header">_x000D_
    <h1>Panels with nav tabs.<span class="pull-right label label-default">:)</span></h1>_x000D_
  </div>_x000D_
  <div class="row">_x000D_
    <div class="col-md-6">_x000D_
      <div class="panel with-nav-tabs panel-default">_x000D_
        <div class="panel-heading">_x000D_
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            <li><a href="#tab2default" data-toggle="tab">Default 2</a></li>_x000D_
            <li><a href="#tab3default" data-toggle="tab">Default 3</a></li>_x000D_
            <li class="dropdown">_x000D_
              <a href="#" data-toggle="dropdown">Dropdown <span class="caret"></span></a>_x000D_
              <ul class="dropdown-menu" role="menu">_x000D_
                <li><a href="#tab4default" data-toggle="tab">Default 4</a></li>_x000D_
                <li><a href="#tab5default" data-toggle="tab">Default 5</a></li>_x000D_
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            </li>_x000D_
          </ul>_x000D_
        </div>_x000D_
        <div class="panel-body">_x000D_
          <div class="tab-content">_x000D_
            <div class="tab-pane fade in active" id="tab1default">Default 1</div>_x000D_
            <div class="tab-pane fade" id="tab2default">Default 2</div>_x000D_
            <div class="tab-pane fade" id="tab3default">Default 3</div>_x000D_
            <div class="tab-pane fade" id="tab4default">Default 4</div>_x000D_
            <div class="tab-pane fade" id="tab5default">Default 5</div>_x000D_
          </div>_x000D_
        </div>_x000D_
      </div>_x000D_
    </div>_x000D_
    <div class="col-md-6">_x000D_
      <div class="panel with-nav-tabs panel-primary">_x000D_
        <div class="panel-heading">_x000D_
          <ul class="nav nav-tabs">_x000D_
            <li class="active"><a href="#tab1primary" data-toggle="tab">Primary 1</a></li>_x000D_
            <li><a href="#tab2primary" data-toggle="tab">Primary 2</a></li>_x000D_
            <li><a href="#tab3primary" data-toggle="tab">Primary 3</a></li>_x000D_
            <li class="dropdown">_x000D_
              <a href="#" data-toggle="dropdown">Dropdown <span class="caret"></span></a>_x000D_
              <ul class="dropdown-menu" role="menu">_x000D_
                <li><a href="#tab4primary" data-toggle="tab">Primary 4</a></li>_x000D_
                <li><a href="#tab5primary" data-toggle="tab">Primary 5</a></li>_x000D_
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            </li>_x000D_
          </ul>_x000D_
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        <div class="panel-body">_x000D_
          <div class="tab-content">_x000D_
            <div class="tab-pane fade in active" id="tab1primary">Primary 1</div>_x000D_
            <div class="tab-pane fade" id="tab2primary">Primary 2</div>_x000D_
            <div class="tab-pane fade" id="tab3primary">Primary 3</div>_x000D_
            <div class="tab-pane fade" id="tab4primary">Primary 4</div>_x000D_
            <div class="tab-pane fade" id="tab5primary">Primary 5</div>_x000D_
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        </div>_x000D_
      </div>_x000D_
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  </div>_x000D_
</div>_x000D_
<div class="container">_x000D_
  <div class="row">_x000D_
    <div class="col-md-6">_x000D_
      <div class="panel with-nav-tabs panel-success">_x000D_
        <div class="panel-heading">_x000D_
          <ul class="nav nav-tabs">_x000D_
            <li class="active"><a href="#tab1success" data-toggle="tab">Success 1</a></li>_x000D_
            <li><a href="#tab2success" data-toggle="tab">Success 2</a></li>_x000D_
            <li><a href="#tab3success" data-toggle="tab">Success 3</a></li>_x000D_
            <li class="dropdown">_x000D_
              <a href="#" data-toggle="dropdown">Dropdown <span class="caret"></span></a>_x000D_
              <ul class="dropdown-menu" role="menu">_x000D_
                <li><a href="#tab4success" data-toggle="tab">Success 4</a></li>_x000D_
                <li><a href="#tab5success" data-toggle="tab">Success 5</a></li>_x000D_
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            </li>_x000D_
          </ul>_x000D_
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        <div class="panel-body">_x000D_
          <div class="tab-content">_x000D_
            <div class="tab-pane fade in active" id="tab1success">Success 1</div>_x000D_
            <div class="tab-pane fade" id="tab2success">Success 2</div>_x000D_
            <div class="tab-pane fade" id="tab3success">Success 3</div>_x000D_
            <div class="tab-pane fade" id="tab4success">Success 4</div>_x000D_
            <div class="tab-pane fade" id="tab5success">Success 5</div>_x000D_
          </div>_x000D_
        </div>_x000D_
      </div>_x000D_
    </div>_x000D_
    <div class="col-md-6">_x000D_
      <div class="panel with-nav-tabs panel-info">_x000D_
        <div class="panel-heading">_x000D_
          <ul class="nav nav-tabs">_x000D_
            <li class="active"><a href="#tab1info" data-toggle="tab">Info 1</a></li>_x000D_
            <li><a href="#tab2info" data-toggle="tab">Info 2</a></li>_x000D_
            <li><a href="#tab3info" data-toggle="tab">Info 3</a></li>_x000D_
            <li class="dropdown">_x000D_
              <a href="#" data-toggle="dropdown">Dropdown <span class="caret"></span></a>_x000D_
              <ul class="dropdown-menu" role="menu">_x000D_
                <li><a href="#tab4info" data-toggle="tab">Info 4</a></li>_x000D_
                <li><a href="#tab5info" data-toggle="tab">Info 5</a></li>_x000D_
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            </li>_x000D_
          </ul>_x000D_
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        <div class="panel-body">_x000D_
          <div class="tab-content">_x000D_
            <div class="tab-pane fade in active" id="tab1info">Info 1</div>_x000D_
            <div class="tab-pane fade" id="tab2info">Info 2</div>_x000D_
            <div class="tab-pane fade" id="tab3info">Info 3</div>_x000D_
            <div class="tab-pane fade" id="tab4info">Info 4</div>_x000D_
            <div class="tab-pane fade" id="tab5info">Info 5</div>_x000D_
          </div>_x000D_
        </div>_x000D_
      </div>_x000D_
    </div>_x000D_
  </div>_x000D_
</div>_x000D_
<div class="container">_x000D_
  <div class="row">_x000D_
    <div class="col-md-6">_x000D_
      <div class="panel with-nav-tabs panel-warning">_x000D_
        <div class="panel-heading">_x000D_
          <ul class="nav nav-tabs">_x000D_
            <li class="active"><a href="#tab1warning" data-toggle="tab">Warning 1</a></li>_x000D_
            <li><a href="#tab2warning" data-toggle="tab">Warning 2</a></li>_x000D_
            <li><a href="#tab3warning" data-toggle="tab">Warning 3</a></li>_x000D_
            <li class="dropdown">_x000D_
              <a href="#" data-toggle="dropdown">Dropdown <span class="caret"></span></a>_x000D_
              <ul class="dropdown-menu" role="menu">_x000D_
                <li><a href="#tab4warning" data-toggle="tab">Warning 4</a></li>_x000D_
                <li><a href="#tab5warning" data-toggle="tab">Warning 5</a></li>_x000D_
              </ul>_x000D_
            </li>_x000D_
          </ul>_x000D_
        </div>_x000D_
        <div class="panel-body">_x000D_
          <div class="tab-content">_x000D_
            <div class="tab-pane fade in active" id="tab1warning">Warning 1</div>_x000D_
            <div class="tab-pane fade" id="tab2warning">Warning 2</div>_x000D_
            <div class="tab-pane fade" id="tab3warning">Warning 3</div>_x000D_
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    <div class="col-md-6">_x000D_
      <div class="panel with-nav-tabs panel-danger">_x000D_
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          <ul class="nav nav-tabs">_x000D_
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            <li><a href="#tab3danger" data-toggle="tab">Danger 3</a></li>_x000D_
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              <a href="#" data-toggle="dropdown">Dropdown <span class="caret"></span></a>_x000D_
              <ul class="dropdown-menu" role="menu">_x000D_
                <li><a href="#tab4danger" data-toggle="tab">Danger 4</a></li>_x000D_
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              </ul>_x000D_
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            <div class="tab-pane fade" id="tab2danger">Danger 2</div>_x000D_
            <div class="tab-pane fade" id="tab3danger">Danger 3</div>_x000D_
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With form validation: why onsubmit="return functionname()" instead of onsubmit="functionname()"?

Returning false from the function will stop the event continuing. I.e. it will stop the form submitting.

i.e.

function someFunction()
{
    if (allow) // For example, checking that a field isn't empty
    {
       return true; // Allow the form to submit
    }
    else
    {
       return false; // Stop the form submitting
    }
}

Detecting locked tables (locked by LOCK TABLE)

Use SHOW OPEN TABLES: http://dev.mysql.com/doc/refman/5.1/en/show-open-tables.html

You can do something like this

SHOW OPEN TABLES WHERE `Table` LIKE '%[TABLE_NAME]%' AND `Database` LIKE '[DBNAME]' AND In_use > 0;

to check any locked tables in a database.

What's the difference between <b> and <strong>, <i> and <em>?

<i>, <b>, <em> and <strong> tags are traditionally representational. But they have been given new semantic meaning in HTML5.

<i> and <b> was used for font style in HTML4. <i> was used for italic and <b> for bold. In HTML5 <i> tag has new semantic meaning of 'alternate voice or mood' and <b> tag has the meaning of stylistically offset.

Example uses of <i> tag are - taxonomic designation, technical term, idiomatic phrase from another language, transliteration, a thought, ship names in western texts. Such as -

<p><i>I hope this works</i>, he thought.</p>

Example uses of <b> tag are keywords in a document extract, product names in a review, actionable words in an interactive text driven software, article lead.

The following example paragraph is stylistically offset from the paragraphs that follow it.

<p><b class="lead">The event takes place this upcoming Saturday, and over 3,000 people have already registered.</b></p>

<em> and <strong> had the meaning of emphasis and strong emphasis in HTML4. But in HTML5 <em> means stressed emphasis and <strong> means strong importance.

In the following example there should be a linguistic change while reading the word before ...

<p>Make sure to sign up <em>before</em> the day of the event, September 16, 2016</p>

In the same example we can use the <strong> tag as follows ..

<p>Make sure to sign up <em>before</em> the day of the event, <strong>September 16, 2016</strong></p>

to give importance on the event date.

MDN Ref:

https://developer.mozilla.org/en-US/docs/Web/HTML/Element/b

https://developer.mozilla.org/en-US/docs/Web/HTML/Element/i

https://developer.mozilla.org/en-US/docs/Web/HTML/Element/em

https://developer.mozilla.org/en-US/docs/Web/HTML/Element/strong

Where does Android app package gets installed on phone

/data/data/"your app package name " 

but you wont able to read that unless you have a rooted device

Declaring and using MySQL varchar variables

In Mysql, We can declare and use variables with set command like below

mysql> set @foo="manjeet";
mysql> select * from table where name = @foo;

How to force R to use a specified factor level as reference in a regression?

See the relevel() function. Here is an example:

set.seed(123)
x <- rnorm(100)
DF <- data.frame(x = x,
                 y = 4 + (1.5*x) + rnorm(100, sd = 2),
                 b = gl(5, 20))
head(DF)
str(DF)

m1 <- lm(y ~ x + b, data = DF)
summary(m1)

Now alter the factor b in DF by use of the relevel() function:

DF <- within(DF, b <- relevel(b, ref = 3))
m2 <- lm(y ~ x + b, data = DF)
summary(m2)

The models have estimated different reference levels.

> coef(m1)
(Intercept)           x          b2          b3          b4          b5 
  3.2903239   1.4358520   0.6296896   0.3698343   1.0357633   0.4666219 
> coef(m2)
(Intercept)           x          b1          b2          b4          b5 
 3.66015826  1.43585196 -0.36983433  0.25985529  0.66592898  0.09678759

How to pass password to scp?

just generate a ssh key like:

ssh-keygen -t rsa -C "[email protected]"

copy the content of ~/.ssh/id_rsa.pub and lastly add it to the remote machines ~/.ssh/authorized_keys

make sure remote machine have the permissions 0700 for ~./ssh folder and 0600 for ~/.ssh/authorized_keys

Will #if RELEASE work like #if DEBUG does in C#?

On my VS install (VS 2008) #if RELEASE does not work. However you could just use #if !DEBUG

Example:

#if !DEBUG
SendTediousEmail()
#endif

Java current machine name and logged in user?

To get the currently logged in user:

System.getProperty("user.name"); //platform independent 

and the hostname of the machine:

java.net.InetAddress localMachine = java.net.InetAddress.getLocalHost();
System.out.println("Hostname of local machine: " + localMachine.getHostName());

Why doesn't RecyclerView have onItemClickListener()?

I found one of the shortest ways using androidx lifecycle mutable live data

Adapter:

private val onItemClickListener = MutableLiveData<YourAdapterItem>()


override fun onBindViewHolder(holder: GifsViewHolder, position: Int) {
    holder.itemView.setOnClickListener { onItemClickListener.value = gifs[position] }
}
fun getOnItemClickListener(): MutableLiveData<Gif> {
    return onItemClickListener
}

anywhere in MainActivity

    yourFancyAdapter.getOnItemClickListener().observe(this, Observer {
        println(it)
    })

HTML: Is it possible to have a FORM tag in each TABLE ROW in a XHTML valid way?

I had a similar question and this answer in question HTML: table of forms? solved it for me. (Not sure if it is XHTML, but it works in an HTML5 browser.)

You can use css to give table layout to other elements.

.table { display: table; } 
.table>* { display: table-row; }
.table>*>* { display: table-cell; }

Then you use the following valid html.

<div class="table"> 
    <form>
        <div>snake<input type="hidden" name="cartitem" value="55"></div>
        <div><input name="count" value="4" /></div>
    </form>
</div>

Select Rows with id having even number

SELECT * FROM Orders where OrderID % 2 = 0;///this is for even numbers

SELECT * FROM Orders where OrderID % 2 != 0;///this is for odd numbers

use regular expression in if-condition in bash

Adding this solution with grep and basic sh builtins for those interested in a more portable solution (independent of bash version; also works with plain old sh, on non-Linux platforms etc.)

# GLOB matching
gg=svm-grid-ch    
case "$gg" in
   *grid*) echo $gg ;;
esac

# REGEXP    
if echo "$gg" | grep '^....grid*' >/dev/null ; then echo $gg ; fi    
if echo "$gg" | grep '....grid*' >/dev/null ; then echo $gg ; fi    
if echo "$gg" | grep 's...grid*' >/dev/null ; then echo $gg ; fi    

# Extended REGEXP
if echo "$gg" | egrep '(^....grid*|....grid*|s...grid*)' >/dev/null ; then
  echo $gg
fi    

Some grep incarnations also support the -q (quiet) option as an alternative to redirecting to /dev/null, but the redirect is again the most portable.

How to get input field value using PHP

<form action="" method="post">
<input type="text" name="subject" id="subject" value="Car Loan">
<button type="submit" name="ok">OK</button>
</form>
<?php
if(isset($_POST['ok'])){
echo $_POST['subject'];
}
?>

Fastest way to get the first n elements of a List into an Array

Option 1 Faster Than Option 2

Because Option 2 creates a new List reference, and then creates an n element array from the List (option 1 perfectly sizes the output array). However, first you need to fix the off by one bug. Use < (not <=). Like,

String[] out = new String[n];
for(int i = 0; i < n; i++) {
    out[i] = in.get(i);
}

How do I import a specific version of a package using go get?

Go 1.11 will have a feature called go modules and you can simply add a dependency with a version. Follow these steps:

go mod init .
go mod edit -require github.com/wilk/[email protected]
go get -v -t ./...   
go build
go install 

Here's more info on that topic - https://github.com/golang/go/wiki/Modules

Get day of week in SQL Server 2005/2008

SELECT  CASE DATEPART(WEEKDAY,GETDATE())  
    WHEN 1 THEN 'SUNDAY' 
    WHEN 2 THEN 'MONDAY' 
    WHEN 3 THEN 'TUESDAY' 
    WHEN 4 THEN 'WEDNESDAY' 
    WHEN 5 THEN 'THURSDAY' 
    WHEN 6 THEN 'FRIDAY' 
    WHEN 7 THEN 'SATURDAY' 
END

Searching if value exists in a list of objects using Linq

zvolkov's answer is the perfect one to find out if there is such a customer. If you need to use the customer afterwards, you can do:

Customer customer = list.FirstOrDefault(cus => cus.FirstName == "John");
if (customer != null)
{
    // Use customer
}

I know this isn't what you were asking, but I thought I'd pre-empt a follow-on question :) (Of course, this only finds the first such customer... to find all of them, just use a normal where clause.)

Make the console wait for a user input to close

I used simple hack, asking windows to use cmd commands , and send it to null.

// Class for Different hacks for better CMD Display
import java.io.IOException;
public class CMDWindowEffets
{
    public static void getch() throws IOException, InterruptedException
    {
        new ProcessBuilder("cmd", "/c", "pause > null").inheritIO().start().waitFor();
    }    
}

Equivalent VB keyword for 'break'

Exit [construct], and intelisense will tell you which one(s) are valid in a particular place.

Init method in Spring Controller (annotation version)

You can use

@PostConstruct
public void init() {
   // ...
}

adding onclick event to dynamically added button?

Try
but.addEventListener('click', yourFunction) Note the absence of parantheses () after the function name. This is because you are assigning the function, not calling it.

How to prevent custom views from losing state across screen orientation changes

To augment other answers - if you have multiple custom compound views with the same ID and they are all being restored with the state of the last view on a configuration change, all you need to do is tell the view to only dispatch save/restore events to itself by overriding a couple of methods.

class MyCompoundView : ViewGroup {

    ...

    override fun dispatchSaveInstanceState(container: SparseArray<Parcelable>) {
        dispatchFreezeSelfOnly(container)
    }

    override fun dispatchRestoreInstanceState(container: SparseArray<Parcelable>) {
        dispatchThawSelfOnly(container)
    }
}

For an explanation of what is happening and why this works, see this blog post. Basically your compound view's children's view IDs are shared by each compound view and state restoration gets confused. By only dispatching state for the compound view itself, we prevent their children from getting mixed messages from other compound views.

How can I merge properties of two JavaScript objects dynamically?

Use Spread operator which follows the ES6 version

var obj1 = { food: 'pizza', car: 'ford' }
var obj2 = { animal: 'dog' }
let result = {...obj1,...obj2};
console.log(result)

output { food: 'pizza', car: 'ford', animal: 'dog' }

Generate a unique id

Why can't we make a unique id as below.

We can use DateTime.Now.Ticks and Guid.NewGuid().ToString() to combine together and make a unique id.

As the DateTime.Now.Ticks is added, we can find out the Date and Time in seconds at which the unique id is created.

Please see the code.

var ticks = DateTime.Now.Ticks;
var guid = Guid.NewGuid().ToString();
var uniqueSessionId = ticks.ToString() +'-'+ guid; //guid created by combining ticks and guid

var datetime = new DateTime(ticks);//for checking purpose
var datetimenow = DateTime.Now;    //both these date times are different.

We can even take the part of ticks in unique id and check for the date and time later for future reference.

How do I load an org.w3c.dom.Document from XML in a string?

Whoa there!

There's a potentially serious problem with this code, because it ignores the character encoding specified in the String (which is UTF-8 by default). When you call String.getBytes() the platform default encoding is used to encode Unicode characters to bytes. So, the parser may think it's getting UTF-8 data when in fact it's getting EBCDIC or something… not pretty!

Instead, use the parse method that takes an InputSource, which can be constructed with a Reader, like this:

import java.io.StringReader;
import org.xml.sax.InputSource;
…
        return builder.parse(new InputSource(new StringReader(xml)));

It may not seem like a big deal, but ignorance of character encoding issues leads to insidious code rot akin to y2k.

how to use "tab space" while writing in text file

use \t instead of space.

bw.write("\t"); 

Convert a double to a QString

Check out the documentation

Quote:

QString provides many functions for converting numbers into strings and strings into numbers. See the arg() functions, the setNum() functions, the number() static functions, and the toInt(), toDouble(), and similar functions.

Select first and last row from grouped data

Another approach with lapply and a dplyr statement. We can apply an arbitrary number of whatever summary functions to the same statement:

lapply(c(first, last), 
       function(x) df %>% group_by(id) %>% summarize_all(funs(x))) %>% 
bind_rows()

You could for example be interested in rows with the max stopSequence value as well and do:

lapply(c(first, last, max("stopSequence")), 
       function(x) df %>% group_by(id) %>% summarize_all(funs(x))) %>%
bind_rows()

Android Transparent TextView?

If you are looking for something like the text view on the image on the pulse app do this

 android:background="#88000000"
android:textColor="#ffffff"

How to create a inner border for a box in html?

You may also use box-shadow and add transparency to that dashed border via background-clip to let you see body background.

example

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  text-align: center;_x000D_
  margin: auto;_x000D_
  box-shadow: 0 0 0 5px #1761A2;_x000D_
  border: dashed 3px #1761A2;_x000D_
  background: linear-gradient(#1761A2, #1761A2) no-repeat;_x000D_
  background-clip: border-box;_x000D_
  font-size: 2.5em;_x000D_
  text-shadow: 0 0 2px white, 0 0 2px white, 0 0 2px white, 0 0 2px white, 0 0 2px white;_x000D_
  font-size: 2.5em;_x000D_
  min-width: 12em;_x000D_
}_x000D_
body {_x000D_
  background: linear-gradient(to bottom left, yellow, gray, tomato, purple, lime, yellow, gray, tomato, purple, lime, yellow, gray, tomato, purple, lime);_x000D_
  height: 100vh;_x000D_
  margin: 0;_x000D_
  display: flex;_x000D_
}_x000D_
::first-line {_x000D_
  color: white;_x000D_
  text-transform: uppercase;_x000D_
  font-size: 0.7em;_x000D_
  text-shadow: 0 0_x000D_
}_x000D_
code {_x000D_
  color: tomato;_x000D_
  text-transform: uppercase;_x000D_
  text-shadow: 0 0;_x000D_
}_x000D_
em {_x000D_
  mix-blend-mode: screen;_x000D_
  text-shadow: 0 0 2px white, 0 0 2px white, 0 0 2px white, 0 0 2px white, 0 0 2px white_x000D_
}
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  <em>with</em> <code>background-clip</code>_x000D_
</h1>
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Pen to play with

render in firefox: screenshot from the snippet

Python: Figure out local timezone

Try dateutil, which has a tzlocal type that does what you need.

How do I commit only some files?

I think you may also use the command line :

git add -p

This allows you to review all your uncommited files, one by one and choose if you want to commit them or not.

Then you have some options that will come up for each modification: I use the "y" for "yes I want to add this file" and the "n" for "no, I will commit this one later".

Stage this hunk [y,n,q,a,d,K,g,/,e,?]?

As for the other options which are ( q,a,d,K,g,/,e,? ), I'm not sure what they do, but I guess the "?" might help you out if you need to go deeper into details.

The great thing about this is that you can then push your work, and create a new branch after and all the uncommited work will follow you on that new branch. Very useful if you have coded many different things and that you actually want to reorganise your work on github before pushing it.

Hope this helps, I have not seen it said previously (if it was mentionned, my bad)

svn list of files that are modified in local copy

svn status | grep 'M ' works fine on MacOSX.

I just tested this.

How to display image with JavaScript?

You could make use of the Javascript DOM API. In particular, look at the createElement() method.

You could create a re-usable function that will create an image like so...

function show_image(src, width, height, alt) {
    var img = document.createElement("img");
    img.src = src;
    img.width = width;
    img.height = height;
    img.alt = alt;

    // This next line will just add it to the <body> tag
    document.body.appendChild(img);
}

Then you could use it like this...

<button onclick=
    "show_image('http://google.com/images/logo.gif', 
                 276, 
                 110, 
                 'Google Logo');">Add Google Logo</button> 

See a working example on jsFiddle: http://jsfiddle.net/Bc6Et/

Convert a python UTC datetime to a local datetime using only python standard library?

You can't do it with only the standard library as the standard library doesn't have any timezones. You need pytz or dateutil.

>>> from datetime import datetime
>>> now = datetime.utcnow()
>>> from dateutil import tz
>>> HERE = tz.tzlocal()
>>> UTC = tz.gettz('UTC')

The Conversion:
>>> gmt = now.replace(tzinfo=UTC)
>>> gmt.astimezone(HERE)
datetime.datetime(2010, 12, 30, 15, 51, 22, 114668, tzinfo=tzlocal())

Or well, you can do it without pytz or dateutil by implementing your own timezones. But that would be silly.

How to get response using cURL in PHP

am using this simple one

´´´´ class Connect {

public $url;
public $path;
public $username;
public $password;

    $ch = curl_init();

    curl_setopt($ch, CURLOPT_URL, $this->url);
    curl_setopt($ch, CURLOPT_RETURNTRANSFER, 1);

    curl_setopt($ch, CURLOPT_USERPWD, "$this->username:$this->password");

    //PROPFIND request that lists all requested properties.
    curl_setopt($ch, CURLOPT_CUSTOMREQUEST, "PROPFIND");
    $response = curl_exec($ch);

    curl_close($ch);

navigator.geolocation.getCurrentPosition sometimes works sometimes doesn't

I finally found a working version for firefox, chrome & default navigator in android (4.2 tested only):

function getGeoLocation() {
        var options = null;
        if (navigator.geolocation) {
            if (browserChrome) //set this var looking for Chrome un user-agent header
                options={enableHighAccuracy: false, maximumAge: 15000, timeout: 30000};
            else
                options={maximumAge:Infinity, timeout:0};
            navigator.geolocation.getCurrentPosition(getGeoLocationCallback,
                    getGeoLocationErrorCallback,
                   options);
        }
    }

Finding the median of an unsorted array

As wikipedia says, Median-of-Medians is theoretically o(N), but it is not used in practice because the overhead of finding "good" pivots makes it too slow.
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Selection_algorithm

Here is Java source for a Quickselect algorithm to find the k'th element in an array:

/**
 * Returns position of k'th largest element of sub-list.
 * 
 * @param list list to search, whose sub-list may be shuffled before
 *            returning
 * @param lo first element of sub-list in list
 * @param hi just after last element of sub-list in list
 * @param k
 * @return position of k'th largest element of (possibly shuffled) sub-list.
 */
static int select(double[] list, int lo, int hi, int k) {
    int n = hi - lo;
    if (n < 2)
        return lo;

    double pivot = list[lo + (k * 7919) % n]; // Pick a random pivot

    // Triage list to [<pivot][=pivot][>pivot]
    int nLess = 0, nSame = 0, nMore = 0;
    int lo3 = lo;
    int hi3 = hi;
    while (lo3 < hi3) {
        double e = list[lo3];
        int cmp = compare(e, pivot);
        if (cmp < 0) {
            nLess++;
            lo3++;
        } else if (cmp > 0) {
            swap(list, lo3, --hi3);
            if (nSame > 0)
                swap(list, hi3, hi3 + nSame);
            nMore++;
        } else {
            nSame++;
            swap(list, lo3, --hi3);
        }
    }
    assert (nSame > 0);
    assert (nLess + nSame + nMore == n);
    assert (list[lo + nLess] == pivot);
    assert (list[hi - nMore - 1] == pivot);
    if (k >= n - nMore)
        return select(list, hi - nMore, hi, k - nLess - nSame);
    else if (k < nLess)
        return select(list, lo, lo + nLess, k);
    return lo + k;
}

I have not included the source of the compare and swap methods, so it's easy to change the code to work with Object[] instead of double[].

In practice, you can expect the above code to be o(N).

How to perform a for-each loop over all the files under a specified path?

The for-loop will iterate over each (space separated) entry on the provided string.

You do not actually execute the find command, but provide it is as string (which gets iterated by the for-loop). Instead of the double quotes use either backticks or $():

for line in $(find . -iname '*.txt'); do 
     echo "$line"
     ls -l "$line"
done

Furthermore, if your file paths/names contains spaces this method fails (since the for-loop iterates over space separated entries). Instead it is better to use the method described in dogbanes answer.


To clarify your error:

As said, for line in "find . -iname '*.txt'"; iterates over all space separated entries, which are:

  • find
  • .
  • -iname
  • '*.txt' (I think...)

The first two do not result in an error (besides the undesired behavior), but the third is problematic as it executes:

ls -l -iname

A lot of (bash) commands can combine single character options, so -iname is the same as -i -n -a -m -e. And voila: your invalid option -- 'e' error!

How to get a Char from an ASCII Character Code in c#

Two options:

char c1 = '\u0001';
char c1 = (char) 1;

Specifying trust store information in spring boot application.properties

In a microservice infrastructure (does not fit the problem, I know ;)) you must not use:

server:
  ssl:
    trust-store: path-to-truststore...
    trust-store-password: my-secret-password...

Instead the ribbon loadbalancer can be configuered:

ribbon: 
  TrustStore: keystore.jks
  TrustStorePassword : example
  ReadTimeout: 60000
  IsSecure: true
  MaxAutoRetries: 1

Here https://github.com/rajaramkushwaha/https-zuul-proxy-spring-boot-app you can find a working sample. There was also a github discussion about that, but I didn't find it anymore.

C# Creating and using Functions

You should either make your Add function static like so:

static public int Add(int x, int y)
{ 
    int result = x + y;
    return result;
 } //END   Add

static means that the function is not class instance dependent. So you can call it without needing to create a class instance of Program class.

or you should create in instance of your Program class, and then call Add on this instance. Like so:

Program prog = new Program();
prog.Add(5,10);

Why do package names often begin with "com"

From the Wikipedia article on Java package naming:

In general, a package name begins with the top level domain name of the organization and then the organization's domain and then any subdomains, listed in reverse order. The organization can then choose a specific name for its package. Package names should be all lowercase characters whenever possible.
For example, if an organization in Canada called MySoft creates a package to deal with fractions, naming the package ca.mysoft.fractions distinguishes the fractions package from another similar package created by another company. If a US company named MySoft also creates a fractions package, but names it us.mysoft.fractions, then the classes in these two packages are defined in a unique and separate namespace.

How to write a SQL DELETE statement with a SELECT statement in the WHERE clause?

Did something like that once:

CREATE TABLE exclusions(excl VARCHAR(250));
INSERT INTO exclusions(excl)
VALUES
       ('%timeline%'),
       ('%Placeholders%'),
       ('%Stages%'),
       ('%master_stage_1205x465%'),
       ('%Accessories%'),
       ('%chosen-sprite.png'),
('%WebResource.axd');
GO
CREATE VIEW ToBeDeleted AS 
SELECT * FROM chunks
       WHERE chunks.file_id IN
       (
       SELECT DISTINCT
             lf.file_id
       FROM LargeFiles lf
       WHERE lf.file_id NOT IN
             (
             SELECT DISTINCT
                    lf.file_id
             FROM LargeFiles lf
                LEFT JOIN exclusions e ON(lf.URL LIKE e.excl)
                WHERE e.excl IS NULL
             )
       );
GO
CHECKPOINT
GO
SET NOCOUNT ON;
DECLARE @r INT;
SET @r = 1;
WHILE @r>0

BEGIN
    DELETE TOP (10000) FROM ToBeDeleted;
    SET @r = @@ROWCOUNT  
END
GO

How to iterate through XML in Powershell?

You can also do it without the [xml] cast. (Although xpath is a world unto itself. https://www.w3schools.com/xml/xml_xpath.asp)

$xml = (select-xml -xpath / -path stack.xml).node
$xml.objects.object.property

Or just this, xpath is case sensitive. Both have the same output:

$xml = (select-xml -xpath /Objects/Object/Property -path stack.xml).node
$xml


Name         Type                                                #text
----         ----                                                -----
DisplayName  System.String                                       SQL Server (MSSQLSERVER)
ServiceState Microsoft.SqlServer.Management.Smo.Wmi.ServiceState Running
DisplayName  System.String                                       SQL Server Agent (MSSQLSERVER)
ServiceState Microsoft.SqlServer.Management.Smo.Wmi.ServiceState Stopped

Extract substring using regexp in plain bash

    echo "US/Central - 10:26 PM (CST)" | sed -n "s/^.*-\s*\(\S*\).*$/\1/p"

-n      suppress printing
s       substitute
^.*     anything at the beginning
-       up until the dash
\s*     any space characters (any whitespace character)
\(      start capture group
\S*     any non-space characters
\)      end capture group
.*$     anything at the end
\1      substitute 1st capture group for everything on line
p       print it

How to fix "Referenced assembly does not have a strong name" error?

Situation: You had project A,B,C,D in solution X,Y

Project A, B, C in X Project A, C, D in Y

I need use project C in project A, but later i dont use. In bin Debug project A had C.dll.

If I compile solution X, all good ( in this solution i delete reference A -> C. ), but in solution Y I get this problem.

Solution is delete C.dll in project A bin Debug

Understanding __get__ and __set__ and Python descriptors

Before going into the details of descriptors it may be important to know how attribute lookup in Python works. This assumes that the class has no metaclass and that it uses the default implementation of __getattribute__ (both can be used to "customize" the behavior).

The best illustration of attribute lookup (in Python 3.x or for new-style classes in Python 2.x) in this case is from Understanding Python metaclasses (ionel's codelog). The image uses : as substitute for "non-customizable attribute lookup".

This represents the lookup of an attribute foobar on an instance of Class:

enter image description here

Two conditions are important here:

  • If the class of instance has an entry for the attribute name and it has __get__ and __set__.
  • If the instance has no entry for the attribute name but the class has one and it has __get__.

That's where descriptors come into it:

  • Data descriptors which have both __get__ and __set__.
  • Non-data descriptors which only have __get__.

In both cases the returned value goes through __get__ called with the instance as first argument and the class as second argument.

The lookup is even more complicated for class attribute lookup (see for example Class attribute lookup (in the above mentioned blog)).

Let's move to your specific questions:

Why do I need the descriptor class?

In most cases you don't need to write descriptor classes! However you're probably a very regular end user. For example functions. Functions are descriptors, that's how functions can be used as methods with self implicitly passed as first argument.

def test_function(self):
    return self

class TestClass(object):
    def test_method(self):
        ...

If you look up test_method on an instance you'll get back a "bound method":

>>> instance = TestClass()
>>> instance.test_method
<bound method TestClass.test_method of <__main__.TestClass object at ...>>

Similarly you could also bind a function by invoking its __get__ method manually (not really recommended, just for illustrative purposes):

>>> test_function.__get__(instance, TestClass)
<bound method test_function of <__main__.TestClass object at ...>>

You can even call this "self-bound method":

>>> test_function.__get__(instance, TestClass)()
<__main__.TestClass at ...>

Note that I did not provide any arguments and the function did return the instance I had bound!

Functions are Non-data descriptors!

Some built-in examples of a data-descriptor would be property. Neglecting getter, setter, and deleter the property descriptor is (from Descriptor HowTo Guide "Properties"):

class Property(object):
    def __init__(self, fget=None, fset=None, fdel=None, doc=None):
        self.fget = fget
        self.fset = fset
        self.fdel = fdel
        if doc is None and fget is not None:
            doc = fget.__doc__
        self.__doc__ = doc

    def __get__(self, obj, objtype=None):
        if obj is None:
            return self
        if self.fget is None:
            raise AttributeError("unreadable attribute")
        return self.fget(obj)

    def __set__(self, obj, value):
        if self.fset is None:
            raise AttributeError("can't set attribute")
        self.fset(obj, value)

    def __delete__(self, obj):
        if self.fdel is None:
            raise AttributeError("can't delete attribute")
        self.fdel(obj)

Since it's a data descriptor it's invoked whenever you look up the "name" of the property and it simply delegates to the functions decorated with @property, @name.setter, and @name.deleter (if present).

There are several other descriptors in the standard library, for example staticmethod, classmethod.

The point of descriptors is easy (although you rarely need them): Abstract common code for attribute access. property is an abstraction for instance variable access, function provides an abstraction for methods, staticmethod provides an abstraction for methods that don't need instance access and classmethod provides an abstraction for methods that need class access rather than instance access (this is a bit simplified).

Another example would be a class property.

One fun example (using __set_name__ from Python 3.6) could also be a property that only allows a specific type:

class TypedProperty(object):
    __slots__ = ('_name', '_type')
    def __init__(self, typ):
        self._type = typ

    def __get__(self, instance, klass=None):
        if instance is None:
            return self
        return instance.__dict__[self._name]

    def __set__(self, instance, value):
        if not isinstance(value, self._type):
            raise TypeError(f"Expected class {self._type}, got {type(value)}")
        instance.__dict__[self._name] = value

    def __delete__(self, instance):
        del instance.__dict__[self._name]

    def __set_name__(self, klass, name):
        self._name = name

Then you can use the descriptor in a class:

class Test(object):
    int_prop = TypedProperty(int)

And playing a bit with it:

>>> t = Test()
>>> t.int_prop = 10
>>> t.int_prop
10

>>> t.int_prop = 20.0
TypeError: Expected class <class 'int'>, got <class 'float'>

Or a "lazy property":

class LazyProperty(object):
    __slots__ = ('_fget', '_name')
    def __init__(self, fget):
        self._fget = fget

    def __get__(self, instance, klass=None):
        if instance is None:
            return self
        try:
            return instance.__dict__[self._name]
        except KeyError:
            value = self._fget(instance)
            instance.__dict__[self._name] = value
            return value

    def __set_name__(self, klass, name):
        self._name = name

class Test(object):
    @LazyProperty
    def lazy(self):
        print('calculating')
        return 10

>>> t = Test()
>>> t.lazy
calculating
10
>>> t.lazy
10

These are cases where moving the logic into a common descriptor might make sense, however one could also solve them (but maybe with repeating some code) with other means.

What is instance and owner here? (in __get__). What is the purpose of these parameters?

It depends on how you look up the attribute. If you look up the attribute on an instance then:

  • the second argument is the instance on which you look up the attribute
  • the third argument is the class of the instance

In case you look up the attribute on the class (assuming the descriptor is defined on the class):

  • the second argument is None
  • the third argument is the class where you look up the attribute

So basically the third argument is necessary if you want to customize the behavior when you do class-level look-up (because the instance is None).

How would I call/use this example?

Your example is basically a property that only allows values that can be converted to float and that is shared between all instances of the class (and on the class - although one can only use "read" access on the class otherwise you would replace the descriptor instance):

>>> t1 = Temperature()
>>> t2 = Temperature()

>>> t1.celsius = 20   # setting it on one instance
>>> t2.celsius        # looking it up on another instance
20.0

>>> Temperature.celsius  # looking it up on the class
20.0

That's why descriptors generally use the second argument (instance) to store the value to avoid sharing it. However in some cases sharing a value between instances might be desired (although I cannot think of a scenario at this moment). However it makes practically no sense for a celsius property on a temperature class... except maybe as purely academic exercise.

How to create multiple class objects with a loop in python?

you can use list to define it.

objs = list()
for i in range(10):
    objs.append(MyClass())

How does Java resolve a relative path in new File()?

The working directory is a common concept across virtually all operating systems and program languages etc. It's the directory in which your program is running. This is usually (but not always, there are ways to change it) the directory the application is in.

Relative paths are ones that start without a drive specifier. So in linux they don't start with a /, in windows they don't start with a C:\, etc. These always start from your working directory.

Absolute paths are the ones that start with a drive (or machine for network paths) specifier. They always go from the start of that drive.

How to tell PowerShell to wait for each command to end before starting the next?

There's always cmd. It may be less annoying if you have trouble quoting arguments to start-process:

cmd /c start /wait notepad

Or

notepad | out-host

Git push error: Unable to unlink old (Permission denied)

When you have to unlink file, you have to have permission 'w' for directory, in which file is, not for the file...

AttributeError: 'dict' object has no attribute 'predictors'

The dict.items iterates over the key-value pairs of a dictionary. Therefore for key, value in dictionary.items() will loop over each pair. This is documented information and you can check it out in the official web page, or even easier, open a python console and type help(dict.items). And now, just as an example:

>>> d = {'hello': 34, 'world': 2999}
>>> for key, value in d.items():
...   print key, value
...
world 2999
hello 34

The AttributeError is an exception thrown when an object does not have the attribute you tried to access. The class dict does not have any predictors attribute (now you know where to check it :) ), and therefore it complains when you try to access it. As easy as that.

How to search through all Git and Mercurial commits in the repository for a certain string?

With Mercurial you do a

$ hg grep "search for this" [file...]

There are other options that narrow down the range of revisions that are searched.

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

Use:

System.Configuration.ConfigurationSettings.AppSettings["MyKey"];

AppSettings has been deprecated and is now considered obsolete (link).

In addition, the appSettings section of the app.config has been replaced by the applicationSettings section.

As someone else mentioned, you should be using System.Configuration.ConfigurationManager (link) which is new for .NET 2.0.

Datatables warning(table id = 'example'): cannot reinitialise data table

You can also destroy the old datatable by using the following code before creating the new datatable:

$("#example").dataTable().fnDestroy();

error, string or binary data would be truncated when trying to insert

Also had this problem occurring on the web application surface. Eventually found out that the same error message comes from the SQL update statement in the specific table.

Finally then figured out that the column definition in the relating history table(s) did not map the original table column length of nvarchar types in some specific cases.

Git pull after forced update

This won't fix branches that already have the code you don't want in them (see below for how to do that), but if they had pulled some-branch and now want it to be clean (and not "ahead" of origin/some-branch) then you simply:

git checkout some-branch   # where some-branch can be replaced by any other branch
git branch base-branch -D  # where base-branch is the one with the squashed commits
git checkout -b base-branch origin/base-branch  # recreating branch with correct commits

Note: You can combine these all by putting && between them

Note2: Florian mentioned this in a comment, but who reads comments when looking for answers?

Note3: If you have contaminated branches, you can create new ones based off the new "dumb branch" and just cherry-pick commits over.

Ex:

git checkout feature-old  # some branch with the extra commits
git log                   # gives commits (write down the id of the ones you want)
git checkout base-branch  # after you have already cleaned your local copy of it as above
git checkout -b feature-new # make a new branch for your feature
git cherry-pick asdfasd   # where asdfasd is one of the commit ids you want
# repeat previous step for each commit id
git branch feature-old -D # delete the old branch

Now feature-new is your branch without the extra (possibly bad) commits!

Different ways of clearing lists

If you're clearing the list, you, obviously, don't need the list anymore. If so, you can just delete the entire list by simple del method.

a = [1, 3, 5, 6]
del a # This will entirely delete a(the list).

But in case, you need it again, you can reinitialize it. Or just simply clear its elements by

del a[:]

Properties order in Margin

Margin="1,2,3,4"
  1. Left,
  2. Top,
  3. Right,
  4. Bottom

It is also possible to specify just two sizes like this:

Margin="1,2"
  1. Left AND right
  2. Top AND bottom

Finally you can specify a single size:

Margin="1"
  1. used for all sides

The order is the same as in WinForms.

Which UUID version to use?

If you want a random number, use a random number library. If you want a unique identifier with effectively 0.00...many more 0s here...001% chance of collision, you should use UUIDv1. See Nick's post for UUIDv3 and v5.

UUIDv1 is NOT secure. It isn't meant to be. It is meant to be UNIQUE, not un-guessable. UUIDv1 uses the current timestamp, plus a machine identifier, plus some random-ish stuff to make a number that will never be generated by that algorithm again. This is appropriate for a transaction ID (even if everyone is doing millions of transactions/s).

To be honest, I don't understand why UUIDv4 exists... from reading RFC4122, it looks like that version does NOT eliminate possibility of collisions. It is just a random number generator. If that is true, than you have a very GOOD chance of two machines in the world eventually creating the same "UUID"v4 (quotes because there isn't a mechanism for guaranteeing U.niversal U.niqueness). In that situation, I don't think that algorithm belongs in a RFC describing methods for generating unique values. It would belong in a RFC about generating randomness. For a set of random numbers:

chance_of_collision = 1 - (set_size! / (set_size - tries)!) / (set_size ^ tries)

Python 'list indices must be integers, not tuple"

The problem is that [...] in python has two distinct meanings

  1. expr [ index ] means accessing an element of a list
  2. [ expr1, expr2, expr3 ] means building a list of three elements from three expressions

In your code you forgot the comma between the expressions for the items in the outer list:

[ [a, b, c] [d, e, f] [g, h, i] ]

therefore Python interpreted the start of second element as an index to be applied to the first and this is what the error message is saying.

The correct syntax for what you're looking for is

[ [a, b, c], [d, e, f], [g, h, i] ]

jQuery - prevent default, then continue default

With jQuery and a small variation of @Joepreludian's answer above:

Important points to keep in mind:

  • .one(...) instead on .on(...) or .submit(...)
  • named function instead of anonymous function since we will be referring it within the callback.

$('form#my-form').one('submit', function myFormSubmitCallback(evt) {
    evt.stopPropagation();
    evt.preventDefault();
    var $this = $(this);
    if (allIsWell) {
        $this.submit(); // submit the form and it will not re-enter the callback because we have worked with .one(...)
    } else {
        $this.one('submit', myFormSubmitCallback); // lets get into the callback 'one' more time...
    }
});

You can change the value of allIsWell variable in the below snippet to true or false to test the functionality:

_x000D_
_x000D_
$('form#my-form').one('submit', function myFormSubmitCallback(evt){_x000D_
  evt.stopPropagation();_x000D_
  evt.preventDefault();_x000D_
  var $this = $(this);_x000D_
  var allIsWell = $('#allIsWell').get(0).checked;_x000D_
  if(allIsWell) {_x000D_
    $this.submit();_x000D_
  } else {_x000D_
    $this.one('submit', myFormSubmitCallback);_x000D_
  }_x000D_
});
_x000D_
<script src="https://ajax.googleapis.com/ajax/libs/jquery/2.1.1/jquery.min.js"></script>_x000D_
<form action="/" id="my-form">_x000D_
  <input name="./fname" value="John" />_x000D_
  <input name="./lname" value="Smith" />_x000D_
  <input type="submit" value="Lets Do This!" />_x000D_
  <br>_x000D_
  <label>_x000D_
    <input type="checkbox" value="true" id="allIsWell" />_x000D_
    All Is Well_x000D_
  </label>_x000D_
</form>
_x000D_
_x000D_
_x000D_

Good Luck...

Laravel Eloquent - Get one Row

You can also use this

$user = User::whereEmail($email)->first();

How to save a data frame as CSV to a user selected location using tcltk

write.csv([enter name of dataframe here],file = file.choose(new = T))

After running above script this window will open :

enter image description here

Type the new file name with extension in the File name field and click Open, it'll ask you to create a new file to which you should select Yes and the file will be created and saved in the desired location.

Where do I put a single filter that filters methods in two controllers in Rails

Two ways.

i. You can put it in ApplicationController and add the filters in the controller

    class ApplicationController < ActionController::Base       def filter_method       end     end      class FirstController < ApplicationController       before_filter :filter_method     end      class SecondController < ApplicationController       before_filter :filter_method     end 

But the problem here is that this method will be added to all the controllers since all of them extend from application controller

ii. Create a parent controller and define it there

 class ParentController < ApplicationController   def filter_method   end  end  class FirstController < ParentController   before_filter :filter_method end  class SecondController < ParentController   before_filter :filter_method end 

I have named it as parent controller but you can come up with a name that fits your situation properly.

You can also define the filter method in a module and include it in the controllers where you need the filter

How to send an email from JavaScript

JavaScript can't send email from a web browser. However, stepping back from the solution you've already tried to implement, you can do something that meets the original requirement:

send an email without refreshing the page

You can use JavaScript to construct the values that the email will need and then make an AJAX request to a server resource that actually sends the email. (I don't know what server-side languages/technologies you're using, so that part is up to you.)

If you're not familiar with AJAX, a quick Google search will give you a lot of information. Generally you can get it up and running quickly with jQuery's $.ajax() function. You just need to have a page on the server that can be called in the request.

SQL Query To Obtain Value that Occurs more than once

For postgresql:

SELECT * AS rec 
FROM (
    SELECT lastname, COUNT(*) AS counter 
    FROM students 
    GROUP BY lastname) AS tbl 
WHERE counter > 1;

Change Bootstrap input focus blue glow

To disable the blue glow (but you can modify the code to change color, size, etc), add this to your css:

.search-form input[type="search"] {  
    -webkit-box-shadow: none;
    outline: -webkit-focus-ring-color auto 0px;
} 

Here's a screencapture showing the effect: before and after: enter image description here enter image description here

Installing Apache Maven Plugin for Eclipse

m2eclipse has moved from sonatype to eclipse.

The correct update site is http://download.eclipse.org/technology/m2e/releases/

If this is not working, one possibility is you have an older version of Eclipse (< 3.6). The other - if you see timeout related errors - could be that you are behind a proxy server.

Pandas: sum DataFrame rows for given columns

Following syntax helped me when I have columns in sequence

awards_frame.values[:,1:4].sum(axis =1)

get list of packages installed in Anaconda

For script creation at Windows cmd or powershell prompt:

C:\ProgramData\Anaconda3\Scripts\activate.bat C:\ProgramData\Anaconda3
conda list
pip list

Resizing a button

Use inline styles:

<div class="button" style="width:60px;height:100px;">This is a button</div>

Fiddle

How to use setArguments() and getArguments() methods in Fragments?

Eg: Add data:-

   Bundle bundle = new Bundle();
   bundle.putString("latitude", latitude);
   bundle.putString("longitude", longitude);
   bundle.putString("board_id", board_id);
   MapFragment mapFragment = new MapFragment();
   mapFragment.setArguments(bundle);

Eg: Get data :-

String latitude =  getArguments().getString("latitude")

Unable to open a file with fopen()

Your executable's working directory is probably set to something other than the directory where it is saved. Check your IDE settings.

How to keep indent for second line in ordered lists via CSS?

I'm quite fond of this solution myself:

ul {
    list-style-position: inside;
    list-style-type: disc;
    font-size: 12px;
    line-height: 1.4em;
    padding: 0 1em;
}

ul li {
    margin: 0 0 0 1em;
    padding: 0 0 0 1em;
    text-indent: -2em;
}

Sublime 3 - Set Key map for function Goto Definition

ctrl != super on windows and linux machines.

If the F12 version of "Goto Definition" produces results of several files, the "ctrl + shift + click" version might not work well. I found that bug when viewing golang project with GoSublime package.

Get a list of resources from classpath directory

Custom Scanner

Implement your own scanner. For example:

(limitations of this solution are mentioned in the comments)

private List<String> getResourceFiles(String path) throws IOException {
    List<String> filenames = new ArrayList<>();

    try (
            InputStream in = getResourceAsStream(path);
            BufferedReader br = new BufferedReader(new InputStreamReader(in))) {
        String resource;

        while ((resource = br.readLine()) != null) {
            filenames.add(resource);
        }
    }

    return filenames;
}

private InputStream getResourceAsStream(String resource) {
    final InputStream in
            = getContextClassLoader().getResourceAsStream(resource);

    return in == null ? getClass().getResourceAsStream(resource) : in;
}

private ClassLoader getContextClassLoader() {
    return Thread.currentThread().getContextClassLoader();
}

Spring Framework

Use PathMatchingResourcePatternResolver from Spring Framework.

Ronmamo Reflections

The other techniques might be slow at runtime for huge CLASSPATH values. A faster solution is to use ronmamo's Reflections API, which precompiles the search at compile time.

Android: where are downloaded files saved?

Most devices have some form of emulated storage. if they support sd cards they are usually mounted to /sdcard (or some variation of that name) which is usually symlinked to to a directory in /storage like /storage/sdcard0 or /storage/0 sometimes the emulated storage is mounted to /sdcard and the actual path is something like /storage/emulated/legacy. You should be able to use to get the downloads directory. You are best off using the api calls to get directories. Environment.getExternalStoragePublicDirectory(Environment.DIRECTORY_DOWNLOADS);

Since the filesystems and sdcard support varies among devices.

see similar question for more info how to access downloads folder in android?

Usually the DownloadManager handles downloads and the files are then accessed by requesting the file's uri fromthe download manager using a file id to get where file was places which would usually be somewhere in the sdcard/ real or emulated since apps can only read data from certain places on the filesystem outside of their data directory like the sdcard

What is the easiest way to push an element to the beginning of the array?

array = ["foo"]
array.unshift "bar"
array
=> ["bar", "foo"]

be warned, it's destructive!

What is the difference between a Docker image and a container?

Dockerfile is like your Bash script that produce a tarball (Docker image).

Docker containers is like extracted version of the tarball. You can have as many copies as you like in different folders (the containers).

Is there a command like "watch" or "inotifywait" on the Mac?

My fork of fswatch provides the functionality of inotifywait -m with slightly less (no wait, more! I have a lot more troubles on Linux with inotifywait...) parse-friendly output.

It is an improvement upon the original fswatch because it sends out the actual path of the changed file over STDOUT rather than requiring you to provide a program that it forks.

It's been rock solid as the foundation of a series of scary bash scripts I use to automate stuff.

(this is off-topic) inotifywait on Linux, on the other hand, requires a lot of kludges on top of it and I still haven't figured out a good way to manage it, though I think something based on node.js might be the ticket.

How to trigger ngClick programmatically

This following solution works for me :

angular.element(document.querySelector('#myselector')).click();

instead of :

angular.element('#myselector').triggerHandler('click');

Filtering array of objects with lodash based on property value

Use lodash _.filter method:

_.filter(collection, [predicate=_.identity])

Iterates over elements of collection, returning an array of all elements predicate returns truthy for. The predicate is invoked with three arguments: (value, index|key, collection).

with predicate as custom function

 _.filter(myArr, function(o) { 
    return o.name == 'john'; 
 });

with predicate as part of filtered object (the _.matches iteratee shorthand)

_.filter(myArr, {name: 'john'});

with predicate as [key, value] array (the _.matchesProperty iteratee shorthand.)

_.filter(myArr, ['name', 'John']);

Docs reference: https://lodash.com/docs/4.17.4#filter

Gnuplot line types

Until version 4.6

The dash type of a linestyle is given by the linetype, which does also select the line color unless you explicitely set an other one with linecolor.

However, the support for dashed lines depends on the selected terminal:

  1. Some terminals don't support dashed lines, like png (uses libgd)
  2. Other terminals, like pngcairo, support dashed lines, but it is disables by default. To enable it, use set termoption dashed, or set terminal pngcairo dashed ....
  3. The exact dash patterns differ between terminals. To see the defined linetype, use the test command:

Running

set terminal pngcairo dashed
set output 'test.png'
test
set output

gives:

enter image description here

whereas, the postscript terminal shows different dash patterns:

set terminal postscript eps color colortext
set output 'test.eps'
test
set output

enter image description here

Version 5.0

Starting with version 5.0 the following changes related to linetypes, dash patterns and line colors are introduced:

  • A new dashtype parameter was introduced:

    To get the predefined dash patterns, use e.g.

    plot x dashtype 2
    

    You can also specify custom dash patterns like

    plot x dashtype (3,5,10,5),\
         2*x dashtype '.-_'
    
  • The terminal options dashed and solid are ignored. By default all lines are solid. To change them to dashed, use e.g.

    set for [i=1:8] linetype i dashtype i
    
  • The default set of line colors was changed. You can select between three different color sets with set colorsequence default|podo|classic:

enter image description here

Delete all nodes and relationships in neo4j 1.8

if the name of node is for example : abcd then below query will work :

MATCH (n:abcd)
DETACH DELETE n

This will only delete the node with label "abcd" and all its relation-ships.

What is managed or unmanaged code in programming?

First of all understand this, before .NET framework, Microsoft were providing the stand-alone products like MFC (Visual C++), VB, FoxPro etc.

In 2002, Microsoft combined its products and made .NET framework. Now there is a difference between how code was executed before and how code is managed and executed in .NET framework. Microsoft introduced concept of CLR with .NET framework which compiles the code coming from any supported lanugague of .NET framework and provide additional functionalities like memory mangement, garbage collection etc. But, such CLR features weren't available directly before.

So if you are creating library/code in .NET framework (compiled with CLR) then that is called Managed code. You can use this library further in other .NET application/project, and there too, CLR will understand how it was compiled before, and that's why it remains your manage code.

OTOH if you want to use the libraries that were written prior to .NET framework then you can do with certain limitations, but remember, since CLR wasn't there at that time, so now, CLR won't understand and compile this code again. And this will be called unmanaged code. Please note that, libraries/assembilies created by some third party to provide certain features/tool may also be considered as unmanage code if is not CLR compatiblie.

In laymen terms, Manage code is something which your CLR understands and can compile it on its own for further execution. In .NET framework, (from any language thats work on .NET framework) When code goes to CLR then code supply some meta data information, so that CLR can provide you features specified here. Few of them are Garbage collection, Performance improvements, cross-language integration, memory management etc.

OTOH, unmanged code is something specific to machine and ready to use, no need to process it further.

Iterating through a range of dates in Python

Here's code for a general date range function, similar to Ber's answer, but more flexible:

def count_timedelta(delta, step, seconds_in_interval):
    """Helper function for iterate.  Finds the number of intervals in the timedelta."""
    return int(delta.total_seconds() / (seconds_in_interval * step))


def range_dt(start, end, step=1, interval='day'):
    """Iterate over datetimes or dates, similar to builtin range."""
    intervals = functools.partial(count_timedelta, (end - start), step)

    if interval == 'week':
        for i in range(intervals(3600 * 24 * 7)):
            yield start + datetime.timedelta(weeks=i) * step

    elif interval == 'day':
        for i in range(intervals(3600 * 24)):
            yield start + datetime.timedelta(days=i) * step

    elif interval == 'hour':
        for i in range(intervals(3600)):
            yield start + datetime.timedelta(hours=i) * step

    elif interval == 'minute':
        for i in range(intervals(60)):
            yield start + datetime.timedelta(minutes=i) * step

    elif interval == 'second':
        for i in range(intervals(1)):
            yield start + datetime.timedelta(seconds=i) * step

    elif interval == 'millisecond':
        for i in range(intervals(1 / 1000)):
            yield start + datetime.timedelta(milliseconds=i) * step

    elif interval == 'microsecond':
        for i in range(intervals(1e-6)):
            yield start + datetime.timedelta(microseconds=i) * step

    else:
        raise AttributeError("Interval must be 'week', 'day', 'hour' 'second', \
            'microsecond' or 'millisecond'.")

How to create a new object instance from a Type

If this is for something that will be called a lot in an application instance, it's a lot faster to compile and cache dynamic code instead of using the activator or ConstructorInfo.Invoke(). Two easy options for dynamic compilation are compiled Linq Expressions or some simple IL opcodes and DynamicMethod. Either way, the difference is huge when you start getting into tight loops or multiple calls.

Round double value to 2 decimal places

You could do this:

NSNumberFormatter* f = [[NSNumberFormatter alloc] init];
[f setNumberStyle:NSNumberFormatterDecimalStyle];
[f setFormat:@0.00"];

// test
NSNumber* a = @12;
NSString* s = [f stringFromNumber:a];
NSLog(@"%@", s);

How to compare each item in a list with the rest, only once?

Of course this will generate each pair twice as each for loop will go through every item of the list.

You could use some itertools magic here to generate all possible combinations:

import itertools
for a, b in itertools.combinations(mylist, 2):
    compare(a, b)

itertools.combinations will pair each element with each other element in the iterable, but only once.


You could still write this using index-based item access, equivalent to what you are used to, using nested for loops:

for i in range(len(mylist)):
    for j in range(i + 1, len(mylist)):
        compare(mylist[i], mylist[j])

Of course this may not look as nice and pythonic but sometimes this is still the easiest and most comprehensible solution, so you should not shy away from solving problems like that.

Fastest way to zero out a 2d array in C?

int array[N][M] = {0};

...at least in GCC 4.8.

Pass a String from one Activity to another Activity in Android

Post Value from

Intent ii = new Intent(this, GameStartPage.class);

// ii.putExtra("pkgName", B2MAppsPKGName);

ii.putExtra("pkgName", YourValue);
ii.addFlags(Intent.FLAG_ACTIVITY_NEW_TASK);
startActivity(ii);

Get Value from

pkgn = getIntent().getExtras().getString("pkgName");

Iterate through DataSet

Just loop...

foreach(var table in DataSet1.Tables) {
    foreach(var col in table.Columns) {
       ...
    }
    foreach(var row in table.Rows) {
        object[] values = row.ItemArray;
        ...
    }
}

How are booleans formatted in Strings in Python?

>>> print "%r, %r" % (True, False)
True, False

This is not specific to boolean values - %r calls the __repr__ method on the argument. %s (for str) should also work.

Add a background image to shape in XML Android

This is a circle shape with icon inside:

<?xml version="1.0" encoding="utf-8"?>
<layer-list xmlns:android="http://schemas.android.com/apk/res/android">
    <item android:drawable="@drawable/ok_icon"/>
    <item>
        <shape
                android:shape="oval">
            <solid android:color="@color/transparent"/>
            <stroke android:width="2dp" android:color="@color/button_grey"/>
        </shape>
    </item>
</layer-list>

replacing text in a file with Python

Faster way of writing it would be...

in = open('path/to/input/file').read()
out = open('path/to/input/file', 'w')
replacements = {'zero':'0', 'temp':'bob', 'garbage':'nothing'}
for i in replacements.keys():
    in = in.replace(i, replacements[i])
out.write(in)
out.close

This eliminated a lot of the iterations that the other answers suggest, and will speed up the process for longer files.

What is the difference between java and core java?

Core Java is Sun Microsystem's, used to refer to Java SE. And there are Java ME and Java EE (J2EE). So this is told in order to differentiate with the Java ME and J2EE. So I feel Core Java is only used to mention J2SE.

Java having 3 category:

J2SE(Java to Standard Edition) - Core Java

J2EE(Java to Enterprises Edition)- Advance Java + Framework

J2ME(Java to Micro Edition)

Thank You..

How to resize an image to fit in the browser window?

Resize Image to Fit the Screen by the Longest Side maintaining its Aspect Ratio

img[src$="#fit"] {
    width: 100vw;
    height: auto;
    max-width: none;
    max-height: 100vh;
    object-fit: contain;
}
  • width: 100vw - image width will be 100% of view port

  • height: auto - image height will be scaled proportionally

  • max-height: 100vw - if image height would become more than view port it will be decreased to fit the screen, consequently image width will be decreased because of the following property

  • object-fit: contain - the replaced content is scaled to maintain its aspect ratio while fitting within the element's content box

    Note: object-fit is fully supported only since IE 16.0

Using Pandas to pd.read_excel() for multiple worksheets of the same workbook

pd.read_excel('filename.xlsx') 

by default read the first sheet of workbook.

pd.read_excel('filename.xlsx', sheet_name = 'sheetname') 

read the specific sheet of workbook and

pd.read_excel('filename.xlsx', sheet_name = None) 

read all the worksheets from excel to pandas dataframe as a type of OrderedDict means nested dataframes, all the worksheets as dataframes collected inside dataframe and it's type is OrderedDict.

Checking password match while typing

Probably invalid syntax in your onChange event, I avoid using like this (within the html) as I think it is messy and it is hard enough keeping JavaScript tidy at the best of times.

I would rather register the event on the document ready event in javascript. You will also definitely want to use keyup event too if you want the validation as the user is typing:

$(document).ready(function () {
   $("#txtConfirmPassword").keyup(checkPasswordMatch);
});

Here is a working example


Personally I would prefer to do the check when either password field changes, that way if they re-type the original password then you still get the same validation check:

$(document).ready(function () {
   $("#txtNewPassword, #txtConfirmPassword").keyup(checkPasswordMatch);
});

Here is a working example

Which equals operator (== vs ===) should be used in JavaScript comparisons?

In JavaScript it means of the same value and type.

For example,

4 == "4" // will return true

but

4 === "4" // will return false 

standard size for html newsletter template

Bdizzle,

I would recommend that you read this link

You will see that Newsletters can have different widths, There seems to be no major standard, What is recommended is that the width will be about 95% of the page width, as different browsers use the extra margins differently. You will also find that email readers have problems when reading css so applying the guide lines in this tutorial might help you save some time and trouble-shooting down the road.

Be happy, Julian

JavaScript - Getting HTML form values

My 5 cents here, using form.elements which allows you to query each field by it's name, not only by iteration:

const form = document.querySelector('form[name="valform"]');
const ccValidation = form.elements['cctextbox'].value;
const ccType = form.elements['cardtype'].value;

How to Generate unique file names in C#

You can have a unique file name automatically generated for you without any custom methods. Just use the following with the StorageFolder Class or the StorageFile Class. The key here is: CreationCollisionOption.GenerateUniqueName and NameCollisionOption.GenerateUniqueName

To create a new file with a unique filename:

var myFile = await ApplicationData.Current.LocalFolder.CreateFileAsync("myfile.txt", NameCollisionOption.GenerateUniqueName);

To copy a file to a location with a unique filename:

var myFile2 = await myFile1.CopyAsync(ApplicationData.Current.LocalFolder, myFile1.Name, NameCollisionOption.GenerateUniqueName);

To move a file with a unique filename in the destination location:

await myFile.MoveAsync(ApplicationData.Current.LocalFolder, myFile.Name, NameCollisionOption.GenerateUniqueName);

To rename a file with a unique filename in the destination location:

await myFile.RenameAsync(myFile.Name, NameCollisionOption.GenerateUniqueName);

Hash String via SHA-256 in Java

return new String(Hex.encode(digest));

Facebook Graph API error code list

Facebook Developer Wiki (unofficial) contain not only list of FQL error codes but others too it's somehow updated but not contain full list of possible error codes.

There is no any official or updated (I mean really updated) list of error codes returned by Graph API. Every list that can be found online is outdated and not help that much...

There is official list describing some of API Errors and basic recovery tactics. Also there is couple of offcial lists for specific codes:

How to register ASP.NET 2.0 to web server(IIS7)?

If you installed IIS after the .Net framework you can solve the porblem by re-installing the .Net framework. Part of its install detects whether IIS is present and updates IIS accordingly.

sort dict by value python

From your comment to gnibbler answer, i'd say you want a list of pairs of key-value sorted by value:

sorted(data.items(), key=lambda x:x[1])

How do I split a string on a delimiter in Bash?

In Android shell, most of the proposed methods just do not work:

$ IFS=':' read -ra ADDR <<<"$PATH"                             
/system/bin/sh: can't create temporary file /sqlite_stmt_journals/mksh.EbNoR10629: No such file or directory

What does work is:

$ for i in ${PATH//:/ }; do echo $i; done
/sbin
/vendor/bin
/system/sbin
/system/bin
/system/xbin

where // means global replacement.

comparing elements of the same array in java

Try this or purpose will solve with lesser no of steps

for (int i = 0; i < a.length; i++) 
{
    for (int k = i+1; k < a.length; k++) 
    {
        if (a[i] != a[k]) 
         {
            System.out.println(a[i]+"not the same with"+a[k]+"\n");
        }
    }
}

Delete column from pandas DataFrame

We can Remove or Delete a specified column or sprcified columns by drop() method.

Suppose df is a dataframe.

Column to be removed = column0

Code:

df = df.drop(column0, axis=1)

To remove multiple columns col1, col2, . . . , coln, we have to insert all the columns that needed to be removed in a list. Then remove them by drop() method.

Code:

df = df.drop([col1, col2, . . . , coln], axis=1)

I hope it would be helpful.

How to disable the ability to select in a DataGridView?

You may set a transparent background color for the selected cells as following:

DataGridView.RowsDefaultCellStyle.SelectionBackColor = System.Drawing.Color.Transparent;

How to convert DATE to UNIX TIMESTAMP in shell script on MacOS

man date on OSX has this example

date -j -f "%a %b %d %T %Z %Y" "`date`" "+%s"

Which I think does what you want.

You can use this for a specific date

date -j -f "%a %b %d %T %Z %Y" "Tue Sep 28 19:35:15 EDT 2010" "+%s"

Or use whatever format you want.

how to sort pandas dataframe from one column

This worked for me

df.sort_values(by='Column_name', inplace=True, ascending=False)

character count using jquery

For length including white-space:

$("#id").val().length

For length without white-space:

$("#id").val().replace(/ /g,'').length

For removing only beginning and trailing white-space:

$.trim($("#test").val()).length

For example, the string " t e s t " would evaluate as:

//" t e s t "
$("#id").val(); 

//Example 1
$("#id").val().length; //Returns 9
//Example 2
$("#id").val().replace(/ /g,'').length; //Returns 4
//Example 3
$.trim($("#test").val()).length; //Returns 7

Here is a demo using all of them.

What is SOA "in plain english"?

from ittoolbox blogs.

The following outlines the similarities and differences to past design techniques:

• SOA versus Structured Programming o Similarities: Most similar to subroutine calls where parameters are passed and the operation of the function is abstracted from the caller - e.g. CICS link and execute and the COBOL CALL reserved word. Copybooks are used to define data structure which is typically defined as an XML schema for services. o Differences: SOA is loosely coupled implying changes to a service have less impact to the consumer (the "calling" program) and services are interoperable across languages and platforms.

• SOA versus OOA/OOD o Similarities: Encapsulation, Abstraction and Defined Interfaces o Differences: SOA is loosely coupled with no class hierarchy or inheritance, Low-level abstractions - class level versus business service

• SOA versus legacy Component Based Development (CBD) - e.g. CORBA, DCOM, EJB o Similarities: Reuse through assembling components, Interfaces, Remote calls o Differences: Wide adoption of standards, XML Schemas vs. Marshaled Objects, Service Orchestration, Designing for reuse is easier, services are business focused vs. IT focused, business services are course grained (broad in scope)

• SOA (for integration) versus Enterprise Application Integration (EAI) o Similarities: Best practices (well defined interfaces, standardized schemas, event driven architecture), reusable interfaces, common schemas o Differences: Standards, adoption, and improved tools

How to disable text selection using jQuery?

Here's a more comprehensive solution to the disconnect selection, and the cancellation of some of the hot keys (such as Ctrl+a and Ctrl+c. Test: Cmd+a and Cmd+c)

(function($){

  $.fn.ctrlCmd = function(key) {

    var allowDefault = true;

    if (!$.isArray(key)) {
       key = [key];
    }

    return this.keydown(function(e) {
        for (var i = 0, l = key.length; i < l; i++) {
            if(e.keyCode === key[i].toUpperCase().charCodeAt(0) && e.metaKey) {
                allowDefault = false;
            }
        };
        return allowDefault;
    });
};


$.fn.disableSelection = function() {

    this.ctrlCmd(['a', 'c']);

    return this.attr('unselectable', 'on')
               .css({'-moz-user-select':'-moz-none',
                     '-moz-user-select':'none',
                     '-o-user-select':'none',
                     '-khtml-user-select':'none',
                     '-webkit-user-select':'none',
                     '-ms-user-select':'none',
                     'user-select':'none'})
               .bind('selectstart', false);
};

})(jQuery);

and call example:

$(':not(input,select,textarea)').disableSelection();

jsfiddle.net/JBxnQ/

This could be also not enough for old versions of FireFox (I can't tell which). If all this does not work, add the following:

.on('mousedown', false)

Best way to incorporate Volley (or other library) into Android Studio project

Nowadays

dependencies {
    compile 'com.android.volley:volley:1.0.0'
}   

A lot of different ways to do it back in the day (original answer)

  • Use the source files from git (a rather manual/general way described here)

    1. Download / install the git client (if you don't have it on your system yet): http://git-scm.com/downloads (or via git clone https://github.com/git/git ... sry bad one, but couldn't resist ^^)
    2. Execute git clone https://android.googlesource.com/platform/frameworks/volley
    3. Copy the com folder from within [path_where_you_typed_git_clone]/volley/src to your projects app/src/main/java folder (Integrate it instead, if you already have a com folder there!! ;-))

    The files show up immediately in Android Studio. For Eclipse you will have to right-click on the src folder and press refresh (or F5) first.

  • Use gradle via the "unofficial" maven mirror

    1. In your project's src/build.gradle file add following volley dependency:

      dependencies {
          compile fileTree(dir: 'libs', include: ['*.jar'])
          // ...
      
          compile 'com.mcxiaoke.volley:library:1.+'
      }
      
    2. Click on Try Again which should right away appear on the top of the file, or just Build it if not

    The main "advantage" here is, that this will keep the version up to date for you, whereas in the other two cases you would have to manually update volley.

    On the "downside" it is not officially from google, but a third party weekly mirror.

    But both of these points, are really relative to what you would need/want. Also if you don't want updates, just put the desired version there instead e.g. compile 'com.mcxiaoke.volley:library:1.0.7'.

Using LINQ to remove elements from a List<T>

Well, it would be easier to exclude them in the first place:

authorsList = authorsList.Where(x => x.FirstName != "Bob").ToList();

However, that would just change the value of authorsList instead of removing the authors from the previous collection. Alternatively, you can use RemoveAll:

authorsList.RemoveAll(x => x.FirstName == "Bob");

If you really need to do it based on another collection, I'd use a HashSet, RemoveAll and Contains:

var setToRemove = new HashSet<Author>(authors);
authorsList.RemoveAll(x => setToRemove.Contains(x));

iOS Safari – How to disable overscroll but allow scrollable divs to scroll normally?

I was looking for a way to prevent all body scrolling when there's a popup with a scrollable area (a "shopping cart" popdown that has a scrollable view of your cart).

I wrote a far more elegant solution using minimal javascript to just toggle the class "noscroll" on your body when you have a popup or div that you'd like to scroll (and not "overscroll" the whole page body).

while desktop browsers observe overflow:hidden -- iOS seems to ignore that unless you set the position to fixed... which causes the whole page to be a strange width, so you have to set the position and width manually as well. use this css:

.noscroll {
    overflow: hidden;
    position: fixed;
    top: 0;
    left: 0;
    width: 100%;
}

and this jquery:

/* fade in/out cart popup, add/remove .noscroll from body */
$('a.cart').click(function() {
    $('nav > ul.cart').fadeToggle(100, 'linear');
    if ($('nav > ul.cart').is(":visible")) {
        $('body').toggleClass('noscroll');
    } else {
        $('body').removeClass('noscroll');
    }
});

/* close all popup menus when you click the page... */
$('body').click(function () {
    $('nav > ul').fadeOut(100, 'linear');
    $('body').removeClass('noscroll');
});

/* ... but prevent clicks in the popup from closing the popup */
$('nav > ul').click(function(event){
    event.stopPropagation();
});

How to force browser to download file?

Set content-type and other headers before you write the file out. For small files the content is buffered, and the browser gets the headers first. For big ones the data come first.

How can I add a class attribute to an HTML element generated by MVC's HTML Helpers?

Current best practice in CSS development is to create more general selectors with modifiers that can be applied as widely as possible throughout the web site. I would try to avoid defining separate styles for individual page elements.

If the purpose of the CSS class on the <form/> element is to control the style of elements within the form, you could add the class attribute the existing <fieldset/> element which encapsulates any form by default in web pages generated by ASP.NET MVC. A CSS class on the form is rarely necessary.

How can I perform a reverse string search in Excel without using VBA?

=LEFT(A1,FIND(IF(
 ISERROR(
  FIND("_",A1)
 ),A1,RIGHT(A1,
  LEN(A1)-FIND("~",
   SUBSTITUTE(A1,"_","~",
    LEN(A1)-LEN(SUBSTITUTE(A1,"_",""))
   )
  )
 )
),A1,1)-2)

JavaScript Array Push key value

You may use:


To create array of objects:

var source = ['left', 'top'];
const result = source.map(arrValue => ({[arrValue]: 0}));

Demo:

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var source = ['left', 'top'];_x000D_
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const result = source.map(value => ({[value]: 0}));_x000D_
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console.log(result);
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_x000D_
_x000D_


Or if you wants to create a single object from values of arrays:

var source = ['left', 'top'];
const result = source.reduce((obj, arrValue) => (obj[arrValue] = 0, obj), {});

Demo:

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var source = ['left', 'top'];_x000D_
_x000D_
const result = source.reduce((obj, arrValue) => (obj[arrValue] = 0, obj), {});_x000D_
_x000D_
console.log(result);
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_x000D_

How to remove duplicate objects in a List<MyObject> without equals/hashcode?

You could override the equals() method, with title, author, url and description. (and the hashCode() since if you override one you should override the other). Then use a HashSet of type <blog>.

Posting JSON Data to ASP.NET MVC

In MVC3 they've added this.

But whats even more nice is that since MVC source code is open you can grab the ValueProvider and use it yourself in your own code (if youre not on MVC3 yet).

You will end up with something like this

ValueProviderFactories.Factories.Add(new JsonValueProviderFactory())

NumPy array initialization (fill with identical values)

Updated for Numpy 1.7.0:(Hat-tip to @Rolf Bartstra.)

a=np.empty(n); a.fill(5) is fastest.

In descending speed order:

%timeit a=np.empty(1e4); a.fill(5)
100000 loops, best of 3: 5.85 us per loop

%timeit a=np.empty(1e4); a[:]=5 
100000 loops, best of 3: 7.15 us per loop

%timeit a=np.ones(1e4)*5
10000 loops, best of 3: 22.9 us per loop

%timeit a=np.repeat(5,(1e4))
10000 loops, best of 3: 81.7 us per loop

%timeit a=np.tile(5,[1e4])
10000 loops, best of 3: 82.9 us per loop

How to evaluate a boolean variable in an if block in bash?

bash doesn't know boolean variables, nor does test (which is what gets called when you use [).

A solution would be:

if $myVar ; then ... ; fi

because true and false are commands that return 0 or 1 respectively which is what if expects.

Note that the values are "swapped". The command after if must return 0 on success while 0 means "false" in most programming languages.

SECURITY WARNING: This works because BASH expands the variable, then tries to execute the result as a command! Make sure the variable can't contain malicious code like rm -rf /

An efficient way to transpose a file in Bash

GNU datamash is perfectly suited for this problem with only one line of code and potentially arbitrarily large filesize!

datamash -W transpose infile > outfile

Git commit in terminal opens VIM, but can't get back to terminal

You need to return to normal mode and save the commit message with either

<Esc>:wq

or

<Esc>:x

or

<Esc>ZZ

The Esc key returns you from insert mode to normal mode. The :wq, :x or ZZ sequence writes the changes and exits the editor.

Javascript decoding html entities

There is a jQuery solution in this thread. Try something like this:

var decoded = $("<div/>").html('your string').text();

This sets the innerHTML of a new <div> element (not appended to the page), causing jQuery to decode it into HTML, which is then pulled back out with .text().

Wordpress keeps redirecting to install-php after migration

I experienced a similar issue. None of the suggestions above helped me, though.

Eventually I realized that the Wordpress MySQL-user on my production environment had not been assigned sufficient privileges.

Singleton with Arguments in Java

"A singleton with parameters is not a singleton" statement is not completely correct. We need to analyze this from the application perspective rather than from the code perspective.

We build singleton class to create a single instance of an object in one application run. By having a constructor with parameter, you can build flexibility into your code to change some attributes of your singleton object every time you run you application. This is not a violation of Singleton pattern. It looks like a violation if you see this from code perspective.

Design Patterns are there to help us write flexible and extendable code, not to hinder us writing good code.

Auto-indent spaces with C in vim?

Try:

set sw=2

set ts=2

set smartindent

How can I convert a timestamp from yyyy-MM-ddThh:mm:ss:SSSZ format to MM/dd/yyyy hh:mm:ss.SSS format? From ISO8601 to UTC

Use DateFormat. (Sorry, but the brevity of the question does not warrant a longer or more detailed answer.)

PHP new line break in emails

When we insert any line break with a programming language the char code for this is "\n". php does output that but html can't display that due to htmls line break is
. so easy way to do this job is replacing all the "\n" with "
". so the code should be

str_replace("\n","<br/>",$str);

after adding this code you wont have to use pre tag for all the output oparation.

copyed this ans from this website :

How can I get a count of the total number of digits in a number?

Here's an implementation using a binary search. Looks to be the fastest so far on int32.

Int64 implementation is left as an exercise for the reader(!)

I tried using Array.BinarySearch rather than hard-coding the tree, but that was about half the speed.

EDIT: A lookup table is much faster than the binary search, at the expense of using more memory. Realistically I'd probably use the binary search one in production, the lookup table is a lot of complexity for a speed gain that's likely to be overshadowed by other parts of the software.

Lookup-Table: 439 ms
Binary-Search: 1069 ms
If-Chain: 1409 ms
Log10: 1145 ms
While: 1768 ms
String: 5153 ms

Lookup table version:

static byte[] _0000llll = new byte[0x10000];
static byte[] _FFFFllll = new byte[0x10001];
static sbyte[] _hhhhXXXXdigits = new sbyte[0x10000];

// Special cases where the high DWORD is not enough information to find out how
// many digits.
static ushort[] _lowordSplits = new ushort[12];
static sbyte[] _lowordSplitDigitsLT = new sbyte[12];
static sbyte[] _lowordSplitDigitsGE = new sbyte[12];

static Int32Extensions()
{
    // Simple lookup tables for number of digits where value is 
    //    0000xxxx (0 .. 65535)
    // or FFFFxxxx (-1 .. -65536)
    precomputePositiveLo16();
    precomputeNegativeLo16();

    // Hiword is a little more complex
    precomputeHiwordDigits();
}

private static void precomputeHiwordDigits()
{
    int b = 0;

    for(int hhhh = 0; hhhh <= 0xFFFF; hhhh++)
    {
        // For hiword hhhh, calculate integer value for loword of 0000 and FFFF.
        int hhhh0000 = (unchecked(hhhh * 0x10000));  // wrap around on negatives
        int hhhhFFFF = hhhh0000 + 0xFFFF;

        // How many decimal digits for each?
        int digits0000 = hhhh0000.Digits_IfChain();
        int digitsFFFF = hhhhFFFF.Digits_IfChain();

        // If same number of decimal digits, we know that when we see that hiword
        // we don't have to look at the loword to know the right answer.
        if(digits0000 == digitsFFFF)
        {
            _hhhhXXXXdigits[hhhh] = (sbyte)digits0000;
        }
        else
        {
            bool negative = hhhh >= 0x8000;

            // Calculate 10, 100, 1000, 10000 etc
            int tenToThePower = (int)Math.Pow(10, (negative ? digits0000 : digitsFFFF) - 1);

            // Calculate the loword of the 10^n value.
            ushort lowordSplit = unchecked((ushort)tenToThePower);
            if(negative)
                lowordSplit = unchecked((ushort)(2 + (ushort)~lowordSplit));

            // Store the split point and digits into these arrays
            _lowordSplits[b] = lowordSplit;
            _lowordSplitDigitsLT[b] = (sbyte)digits0000;
            _lowordSplitDigitsGE[b] = (sbyte)digitsFFFF;

            // Store the minus of the array index into the digits lookup. We look for
            // minus values and use these to trigger using the split points logic.
            _hhhhXXXXdigits[hhhh] = (sbyte)(-b);
            b++;
        }
    }
}

private static void precomputePositiveLo16()
{
    for(int i = 0; i <= 9; i++)
        _0000llll[i] = 1;

    for(int i = 10; i <= 99; i++)
        _0000llll[i] = 2;

    for(int i = 100; i <= 999; i++)
        _0000llll[i] = 3;

    for(int i = 1000; i <= 9999; i++)
        _0000llll[i] = 4;

    for(int i = 10000; i <= 65535; i++)
        _0000llll[i] = 5;
}

private static void precomputeNegativeLo16()
{
    for(int i = 0; i <= 9; i++)
        _FFFFllll[65536 - i] = 1;

    for(int i = 10; i <= 99; i++)
        _FFFFllll[65536 - i] = 2;

    for(int i = 100; i <= 999; i++)
        _FFFFllll[65536 - i] = 3;

    for(int i = 1000; i <= 9999; i++)
        _FFFFllll[65536 - i] = 4;

    for(int i = 10000; i <= 65535; i++)
        _FFFFllll[65536 - i] = 5;
}



public static int Digits_LookupTable(this int n)
{
    // Split input into low word and high word.
    ushort l = unchecked((ushort)n);
    ushort h = unchecked((ushort)(n >> 16));

    // If the hiword is 0000 or FFFF we have precomputed tables for these.
    if(h == 0x0000)
    {
        return _0000llll[l];
    }
    else if(h == 0xFFFF)
    {
        return _FFFFllll[l];
    }

    // In most cases the hiword will tell us the number of decimal digits.
    sbyte digits = _hhhhXXXXdigits[h];

    // We put a positive number in this lookup table when
    // hhhh0000 .. hhhhFFFF all have the same number of decimal digits.
    if(digits > 0)
        return digits;

    // Where the answer is different for hhhh0000 to hhhhFFFF, we need to
    // look up in a separate array to tell us at what loword the change occurs.
    var splitIndex = (sbyte)(-digits);

    ushort lowordSplit = _lowordSplits[splitIndex];

    // Pick the correct answer from the relevant array, depending whether
    // our loword is lower than the split point or greater/equal. Note that for
    // negative numbers, the loword is LOWER for MORE decimal digits.
    if(l < lowordSplit)
        return _lowordSplitDigitsLT[splitIndex];
    else
        return _lowordSplitDigitsGE[splitIndex];
}

Binary search version

        public static int Digits_BinarySearch(this int n)
        {
            if(n >= 0)
            {
                if(n <= 9999) // 0 .. 9999
                {
                    if(n <= 99) // 0 .. 99
                    {
                        return (n <= 9) ? 1 : 2;
                    }
                    else // 100 .. 9999
                    {
                        return (n <= 999) ? 3 : 4;
                    }
                }
                else // 10000 .. int.MaxValue
                {
                    if(n <= 9_999_999) // 10000 .. 9,999,999
                    {
                        if(n <= 99_999)
                            return 5;
                        else if(n <= 999_999)
                            return 6;
                        else
                            return 7;
                    }
                    else // 10,000,000 .. int.MaxValue
                    {
                        if(n <= 99_999_999)
                            return 8;
                        else if(n <= 999_999_999)
                            return 9;
                        else
                            return 10;
                    }
                }
            }
            else
            {
                if(n >= -9999) // -9999 .. -1
                {
                    if(n >= -99) // -99 .. -1
                    {
                        return (n >= -9) ? 1 : 2;
                    }
                    else // -9999 .. -100
                    {
                        return (n >= -999) ? 3 : 4;
                    }
                }
                else // int.MinValue .. -10000
                {
                    if(n >= -9_999_999) // -9,999,999 .. -10000
                    {
                        if(n >= -99_999)
                            return 5;
                        else if(n >= -999_999)
                            return 6;
                        else
                            return 7;
                    }
                    else // int.MinValue .. -10,000,000 
                    {
                        if(n >= -99_999_999)
                            return 8;
                        else if(n >= -999_999_999)
                            return 9;
                        else
                            return 10;
                    }
                }
            }
        }

        Stopwatch sw0 = new Stopwatch();
        sw0.Start();
        for(int i = 0; i < size; ++i) samples[i].Digits_BinarySearch();
        sw0.Stop();
        Console.WriteLine($"Binary-Search: {sw0.ElapsedMilliseconds} ms");

enum to string in modern C++11 / C++14 / C++17 and future C++20

If your enum looks like

enum MyEnum
{
  AAA = -8,
  BBB = '8',
  CCC = AAA + BBB
};

You can move the content of the enum to a new file:

AAA = -8,
BBB = '8',
CCC = AAA + BBB

And then the values can be surrounded by a macro:

// default definition
#ifned ITEM(X,Y)
#define ITEM(X,Y)
#endif

// Items list
ITEM(AAA,-8)
ITEM(BBB,'8')
ITEM(CCC,AAA+BBB)

// clean up
#undef ITEM

Next step may be include the items in the enum again:

enum MyEnum
{
  #define ITEM(X,Y) X=Y,
  #include "enum_definition_file"
};

And finally you can generate utility functions about this enum:

std::string ToString(MyEnum value)
{
  switch( value )
  {
    #define ITEM(X,Y) case X: return #X;
    #include "enum_definition_file"
  }

  return "";
}

MyEnum FromString(std::string const& value)
{
  static std::map<std::string,MyEnum> converter
  {
    #define ITEM(X,Y) { #X, X },
    #include "enum_definition_file"
  };

  auto it = converter.find(value);
  if( it != converter.end() )
    return it->second;
  else
    throw std::runtime_error("Value is missing");
}

The solution can be applied to older C++ standards and it does not use modern C++ elements but it can be used to generate lot of code without too much effort and maintenance.

Reason to Pass a Pointer by Reference in C++?

50% of C++ programmers like to set their pointers to null after a delete:

template<typename T>    
void moronic_delete(T*& p)
{
    delete p;
    p = nullptr;
}

Without the reference, you would only be changing a local copy of the pointer, not affecting the caller.

System.Windows.Markup.XamlParseException' occurred in PresentationFramework.dll?

This is not a problem with XAML. The error message is saying that it tried to create an instance of DVRClientInterface.MainWindow and your constructor threw an exception.

You will need to look at the "Inner Exception" property to determine the underlying cause. It could be quite literally anything, but should provide direction.

example of an inner exception shown in Visual Studio

An example would be that if you are connecting to a database in the constructor for your window, and for some reason that database is unavailable, the inner exception may be a TimeoutException or a SqlException or any other exception thrown by your database code.

If you are throwing exceptions in static constructors, the exception could be generated from any class referenced by the MainWindow. Class initializers are also run, if any MainWindow fields are calling a method which may throw.

The given key was not present in the dictionary. Which key?

You can try this code

Dictionary<string,string> AllFields = new Dictionary<string,string>();  
string value = (AllFields.TryGetValue(key, out index) ? AllFields[key] : null);

If the key is not present, it simply returns a null value.

How to find out what group a given user has?

This one shows the user's uid as well as all the groups (with their gids) they belong to

id userid

Changing permissions via chmod at runtime errors with "Operation not permitted"

$ sudo chmod ...

You need to either be the owner of the file or be the superuser, i.e., user root. If you own the directory but not the file, you can copy the file, rm the original, then mv it back, and then you will be able to chown it.

The easy way to temporarily be root is to run the command via sudo. ($ man 8 sudo)

Is it possible to convert char[] to char* in C?

Well, I'm not sure to understand your question...

In C, Char[] and Char* are the same thing.

Edit : thanks for this interesting link.

How can I export Excel files using JavaScript?

If you can generate the Excel file on the server, that is probably the best way. With Excel you can add formatting and get the output to look better. Several Excel options have already been mentioned. If you have a PHP backend, you might consider phpExcel.

If you are trying to do everything on the client in javascript, I don't think Excel is an option. You could create a CSV file and create a data URL to allow the user to download it.

I created a JSFiddle to demonstrate: http://jsfiddle.net/5KRf6/3/

This javascript (assuming you are using jQuery) will take the values out of input boxes in a table and build a CSV formatted string:

var csv = "";
$("table").find("tr").each(function () {
    var sep = "";
    $(this).find("input").each(function () {
        csv += sep + $(this).val();
        sep = ",";
    });
    csv += "\n";
});

If you wish, you can drop the data into a tag on the page (in my case a tag with an id of "csv"):

$("#csv").text(csv);

You can generate a URL to that text with this code:

window.URL = window.URL || window.webkiURL;
var blob = new Blob([csv]);
var blobURL = window.URL.createObjectURL(blob);

Finally, this will add a link to download that data:

$("#downloadLink").html("");
$("<a></a>").
attr("href", blobURL).
attr("download", "data.csv").
text("Download Data").
appendTo('#downloadLink');

How to get the last row of an Oracle a table

There is no such thing as the "last" row in a table, as an Oracle table has no concept of order.

However, assuming that you wanted to find the last inserted primary key and that this primary key is an incrementing number, you could do something like this:

select *
  from ( select a.*, max(pk) over () as max_pk
           from my_table a
                )
 where pk = max_pk

If you have the date that each row was created this would become, if the column is named created:

select *
  from ( select a.*, max(created) over () as max_created
           from my_table a
                )
 where created = max_created

Alternatively, you can use an aggregate query, for example:

select *
  from my_table
 where pk = ( select max(pk) from my_table )

Here's a little SQL Fiddle to demonstrate.

How to dynamic filter options of <select > with jQuery?

Slightly different to all the other but I think this is the most simple:

$(document).ready(function(){

    var $this, i, filter,
        $input = $('#my_other_id'),
        $options = $('#my_id').find('option');

    $input.keyup(function(){
        filter = $(this).val();
        i = 1;
        $options.each(function(){
            $this = $(this);
            $this.removeAttr('selected');
            if ($this.text().indexOf(filter) != -1) {
                $this.show();
                if(i == 1){
                    $this.attr('selected', 'selected');
                }
                i++;
            } else {
                $this.hide();
            }
        });
    });

});

Twitter bootstrap modal-backdrop doesn't disappear

This Line of Code after many search solved my problem, that i wanted to close the modal on ajax success:

$('#exampleModal').modal('hide');
$("[data-dismiss=modal]").trigger({ type: "click" });

Many thanks, Manuel Fernando https://stackoverflow.com/a/27218322/5935763

PDF to byte array and vice versa

Are'nt you creating the pdf file but not actually writing the byte array back? Therefore you cannot open the PDF.

out = new FileOutputStream("D:/ABC_XYZ/1.pdf");
out.Write(b, 0, b.Length);
out.Position = 0;
out.Close();

This is in addition to correctly reading in the PDF to byte array.

SQL exclude a column using SELECT * [except columnA] FROM tableA?

If anyone here is using MySql like I was use this:

CREATE TABLE TempTable AS SELECT * FROM #YourTable; 

ALTER TABLE TempTable 
DROP COLUMN #YourColumn; 

SELECT * FROM TempTable; 
DROP TABLE TempTable;

How do I load external fonts into an HTML document?

Take a look at this A List Apart article. The pertinent CSS is:

@font-face {
  font-family: "Kimberley";
  src: url(http://www.princexml.com/fonts/larabie/kimberle.ttf) format("truetype");
}
h1 { font-family: "Kimberley", sans-serif }

The above will work in Chrome/Safari/FireFox. As Paul D. Waite pointed out in the comments you can get it to work with IE if you convert the font to the EOT format.

The good news is that this seems to degrade gracefully in older browsers, so as long as you're aware and comfortable with the fact that not all users will see the same font, it's safe to use.

Show a child form in the centre of Parent form in C#

On the SubLogin Form I would expose a SetLocation method so that you can set it from your parent form:

public class SubLogin : Form
{
   public void SetLocation(Point p)
   {
      this.Location = p;
   }
} 

Then, from your main form:

loginForm = new SubLogin();   
Point p = //do math to get point
loginForm.SetLocation(p);
loginForm.Show();

What is the function __construct used for?

Its another way to declare the constructor. You can also use the class name, for ex:

class Cat
{
    function Cat()
    {
        echo 'meow';
    }
}

and

class Cat
{
    function __construct()
    {
        echo 'meow';
    }
}

Are equivalent. They are called whenever a new instance of the class is created, in this case, they will be called with this line:

$cat = new Cat();

Razor MVC Populating Javascript array with Model Array

I was integrating a slider and needed to get all the files in the folder and was having same situationof C# array to javascript array.This solution by @heymega worked perfectly except my javascript parser was annoyed on var use in foreach loop. So i did a little work around avoiding the loop.

var allowedExtensions = new string[] { ".jpg", ".jpeg", ".bmp", ".png", ".gif" };

var bannerImages = string.Join(",", Directory.GetFiles(Path.Combine(System.Web.Hosting.HostingEnvironment.ApplicationPhysicalPath, "Images", "banners"), "*.*", SearchOption.TopDirectoryOnly)
    .Where(d => allowedExtensions.Contains(Path.GetExtension(d).ToLower()))
    .Select(d => string.Format("'{0}'", Path.GetFileName(d)))
    .ToArray());

And the javascript code is

var imagesArray = new Array(@Html.Raw(bannerImages));

Hope it helps

Python datetime to string without microsecond component

Keep the first 19 characters that you wanted via slicing:

>>> str(datetime.datetime.now())[:19]
'2011-11-03 14:37:50'

Imported a csv-dataset to R but the values becomes factors

By default, read.csv checks the first few rows of your data to see whether to treat each variable as numeric. If it finds non-numeric values, it assumes the variable is character data, and character variables are converted to factors.

It looks like the PTS and MP variables in your dataset contain non-numerics, which is why you're getting unexpected results. You can force these variables to numeric with

point <- as.numeric(as.character(point))
time <- as.numeric(as.character(time))

But any values that can't be converted will become missing. (The R FAQ gives a slightly different method for factor -> numeric conversion but I can never remember what it is.)

Generate 'n' unique random numbers within a range

You could use the random.sample function from the standard library to select k elements from a population:

import random
random.sample(range(low, high), n)

In case of a rather large range of possible numbers, you could use itertools.islice with an infinite random generator:

import itertools
import random

def random_gen(low, high):
    while True:
        yield random.randrange(low, high)

gen = random_gen(1, 100)
items = list(itertools.islice(gen, 10))  # Take first 10 random elements

After the question update it is now clear that you need n distinct (unique) numbers.

import itertools
import random

def random_gen(low, high):
    while True:
        yield random.randrange(low, high)

gen = random_gen(1, 100)

items = set()

# Try to add elem to set until set length is less than 10
for x in itertools.takewhile(lambda x: len(items) < 10, gen):
    items.add(x)

Container is running beyond memory limits

While working with spark in EMR I was having the same problem and setting maximizeResourceAllocation=true did the trick; hope it helps someone. You have to set it when you create the cluster. From the EMR docs:

aws emr create-cluster --release-label emr-5.4.0 --applications Name=Spark \
--instance-type m3.xlarge --instance-count 2 --service-role EMR_DefaultRole --ec2-attributes InstanceProfile=EMR_EC2_DefaultRole --configurations https://s3.amazonaws.com/mybucket/myfolder/myConfig.json

Where myConfig.json should say:

[
  {
    "Classification": "spark",
    "Properties": {
      "maximizeResourceAllocation": "true"
    }
  }
]

SQL - ORDER BY 'datetime' DESC

Try:

SELECT post_datetime 
FROM post 
WHERE type = 'published' 
ORDER BY post_datetime DESC 
LIMIT 3

How can I set a dynamic model name in AngularJS?

http://jsfiddle.net/DrQ77/

You can simply put javascript expression in ng-model.

Disabled href tag

you can disable link using javascript at run time by using this code

$('.page-link').css("pointer-events", "none");

No templates in Visual Studio 2017

In my case, I had all of the required features, but I had installed the Team Explorer version (accidentally used the wrong installer) before installing Professional.

When running the Team Explorer version, only the Blank Solution option was available.

The Team Explorer EXE was located in: "C:\Program Files (x86)\Microsoft Visual Studio\2017\TeamExplorer\Common7\IDE\devenv.exe"

Once I launched the correct EXE, Visual Studio started working as expected.

The Professional EXE was located in: "C:\Program Files (x86)\Microsoft Visual Studio\2017\Professional\Common7\IDE\devenv.exe"

javascript regex - look behind alternative?

This is an equivalent solution to Tim Pietzcker's answer (see also comments of same answer):

^(?!.*filename\.js$).*\.js$

It means, match *.js except *filename.js.

To get to this solution, you can check which patterns the negative lookbehind excludes, and then exclude exactly these patterns with a negative lookahead.

word-wrap break-word does not work in this example

to get the smart break (break-word) work well on different browsers, what worked for me was the following set of rules:

#elm {
    word-break:break-word; /* webkit/blink browsers */
    word-wrap:break-word; /* ie */
}
-moz-document url-prefix() {/* catch ff */
    #elm {
        word-break: break-all; /* in ff-  with no break-word we'll settle for break-all */
    }
}

How to indent HTML tags in Notepad++

On Notepadd++ v7.5.9 (32-bits), "Indent by fold" plugin is working fine with html content.

  1. Search and install in plugin manager
  2. Use "Plugins" > "Indent by fold" > "Reindent file"

https://www.fesevur.com/indentbyfold/