Programs & Examples On #Rtcp

**RTP Control Protocol** (RTCP) is a helper protocol for *Real-time Transport Protocol* (RTP).

Create Log File in Powershell

You might just want to use the new TUN.Logging PowerShell module, this can also send a log mail. Just use the Start-Log and/or Start-MailLog cmdlets to start logging and then just use Write-HostLog, Write-WarningLog, Write-VerboseLog, Write-ErrorLog etc. to write to console and log file/mail. Then call Send-Log and/or Stop-Log at the end and voila, you got your logging. Just install it from the PowerShell Gallery via

Install-Module -Name TUN.Logging

Or just follow the link: https://www.powershellgallery.com/packages/TUN.Logging

Documentation of the module can be found here: https://github.com/echalone/TUN/blob/master/PowerShell/Modules/TUN.Logging/TUN.Logging.md

How to change the sender's name or e-mail address in mutt?

One special case for this is if you have used a construction like the following in your ~/.muttrc:

# Reset From email to default
send-hook . "my_hdr From: Real Name <[email protected]>"

This send-hook will override either of these:

mutt -e "set [email protected]"
mutt -e "my_hdr From: Other Name <[email protected]>"

Your emails will still go out with the header:

From: Real Name <[email protected]>

In this case, the only command line solution I've found is actually overriding the send-hook itself:

mutt -e "send-hook . \"my_hdr From: Other Name <[email protected]>\""

Checking for an empty field with MySQL

check this code for the problem:

$sql = "SELECT * FROM tablename WHERE condition";

$res = mysql_query($sql);

while ($row = mysql_fetch_assoc($res)) {

    foreach($row as $key => $field) {  

        echo "<br>";

        if(empty($row[$key])){

            echo $key." : empty field :"."<br>"; 

        }else{

        echo $key." =" . $field."<br>";     

        }
    }
}

onChange and onSelect in DropDownList

Simply & Easy : JavaScript code :

function JoinedOrNot(){
    var cat = document.getElementById("mySelect");
    if(cat.value == "yes"){
        document.getElementById("mySelect1").disabled = false;
    }else{
        document.getElementById("mySelect1").disabled = true;
    }
}

just add in this line [onChange="JoinedOrNot()"] : <select id="mySelect" onchange="JoinedOrNot()">

it's work fine ;)

How to enable Auto Logon User Authentication for Google Chrome

Chrome did change their menus since this question was asked. This solution was tested with Chrome 47.0.2526.73 to 72.0.3626.109.

If you are using Chrome right now, you can check your version with : chrome://version

  1. Goto: chrome://settings

  1. Scroll down to the bottom of the page and click on "Advanced" to show more settings.

OLDER VERSIONS:

Scroll down to the bottom of the page and click on "Show advanced settings..." to show more settings.

  1. In the "System" section, click on "Open proxy settings".

OLDER VERSIONS:

In the "Network" section, click on "Change proxy settings...".

  1. Click on the "Security" tab, then select "Local intranet" icon and click on "Sites" button.

  1. Click on "Advanced" button.

  1. Insert your intranet local address and click on the "Add" button.

  1. Close all windows.

That's it.

when I try to open an HTML file through `http://localhost/xampp/htdocs/index.html` it says unable to connect to localhost

You should simply create your own folder in htdocs and save your .html and .php files in it. An example is create a folder called myNewFolder directly in htdocs. Don't put it in index.html. Then save all your.html and .php files in it like this-> "localhost/myNewFolder/myFilename.html" or "localhost/myNewFolder/myFilename.php" I hope this helps.

Understanding events and event handlers in C#

Here is a code example which may help:

using System;
using System.Collections.Generic;
using System.Text;

namespace Event_Example
{
  // First we have to define a delegate that acts as a signature for the
  // function that is ultimately called when the event is triggered.
  // You will notice that the second parameter is of MyEventArgs type.
  // This object will contain information about the triggered event.

  public delegate void MyEventHandler(object source, MyEventArgs e);

  // This is a class which describes the event to the class that receives it.
  // An EventArgs class must always derive from System.EventArgs.

  public class MyEventArgs : EventArgs
  {
    private string EventInfo;

    public MyEventArgs(string Text) {
      EventInfo = Text;
    }

    public string GetInfo() {
      return EventInfo;
    }
  }

  // This next class is the one which contains an event and triggers it
  // once an action is performed. For example, lets trigger this event
  // once a variable is incremented over a particular value. Notice the
  // event uses the MyEventHandler delegate to create a signature
  // for the called function.

  public class MyClass
  {
    public event MyEventHandler OnMaximum;

    private int i;
    private int Maximum = 10;

    public int MyValue
    {
      get { return i; }
      set
      {
        if(value <= Maximum) {
          i = value;
        }
        else 
        {
          // To make sure we only trigger the event if a handler is present
          // we check the event to make sure it's not null.
          if(OnMaximum != null) {
            OnMaximum(this, new MyEventArgs("You've entered " +
              value.ToString() +
              ", but the maximum is " +
              Maximum.ToString()));
          }
        }
      }
    }
  }

  class Program
  {
    // This is the actual method that will be assigned to the event handler
    // within the above class. This is where we perform an action once the
    // event has been triggered.

    static void MaximumReached(object source, MyEventArgs e) {
      Console.WriteLine(e.GetInfo());
    }

    static void Main(string[] args) {
      // Now lets test the event contained in the above class.
      MyClass MyObject = new MyClass();
      MyObject.OnMaximum += new MyEventHandler(MaximumReached);
      for(int x = 0; x <= 15; x++) {
        MyObject.MyValue = x;
      }
      Console.ReadLine();
    }
  }
}

C: printf a float value

Try these to clarify the issue of right alignment in float point printing

printf(" 4|%4.1lf\n", 8.9);
printf("04|%04.1lf\n", 8.9);

the output is

 4| 8.9
04|08.9

Select unique values with 'select' function in 'dplyr' library

Just to add to the other answers, if you would prefer to return a vector rather than a dataframe, you have the following options:

dplyr < 0.7.0

Enclose the dplyr functions in a parentheses and combine it with $ syntax:

(mtcars %>% distinct(cyl))$cyl

dplyr >= 0.7.0

Use the pull verb:

mtcars %>% distinct(cyl) %>% pull()

Linq to SQL how to do "where [column] in (list of values)"

Use

where list.Contains(item.Property)

Or in your case:

var foo = from codeData in channel.AsQueryable<CodeData>()
          where codeIDs.Contains(codeData.CodeId)
          select codeData;

But you might as well do that in dot notation:

var foo = channel.AsQueryable<CodeData>()
                 .Where(codeData => codeIDs.Contains(codeData.CodeId));

Tick symbol in HTML/XHTML

First off, you should realize that you don't actually need to use HTML entities – as long as your HTML document's encoding is declared properly as UTF-8, you can simply copy/paste these symbols into your file/server-side script/JavaScript/whatever.

Having said that, here's the exhaustive list of all relevant UTF-8 characters / HTML entities related to this topic:

  • ? (hex: &#x2610; / dec: &#9744;): ballot box (empty, that's how it's supposed to be)
  • ? (hex: &#x2611; / dec: &#9745;): ballot box with check
  • ? (hex: &#x2612; / dec: &#9746;): ballot box with x
  • ? (hex: &#x2713; / dec: &#10003;): check mark, equivalent to &checkmark; and &check; in most browsers
  • ? (hex: &#x2714; / dec: &#10004;): heavy check mark
  • ? (hex: &#x2717; / dec: &#10007;): ballot x
  • ? (hex: &#x2718; / dec: &#10008;): heavy ballot x
  • (? hex: &#x1F5F8; / dec &#128504;): light check mark (poorly supported as of 2017)
  • ? (? hex: &#x2705; / dec: &#9989;): white heavy check mark (mixed support as of 2017)
  • (? hex: &#x1F5F4; / dec: &#128500;): ballot script X (poorly supported as of 2017)
  • (? hex: &#x1F5F6; / dec: &#128502;): ballot bold script X (poorly supported as of 2017)
  • ? (? hex: &#x2BBD; / dec: &#11197;): ballot box with light X (poorly supported as of 2017)
  • (? hex: &#x1F5F5; / dec: &#128501;): ballot box with script X (poorly supported as of 2017)
  • (? hex: &#x1F5F9; / dec: &#128505;): ballot box with bold check (poorly supported as of 2017)
  • (? hex: &#x1F5F7; / dec: &#128503;): ballot box with bold script X (poorly supported as of 2017)

Checking out web fonts for tick symbols? Here's a ready to use sample for the more common ones: A?B?C?D?E?F?G?H -- just copy/paste this into your webfont provider's sample text box and see which fonts support what tick symbols.

Sending mail attachment using Java

To send html file I have used below code in my project.

final String userID = "[email protected]";
final String userPass = "userpass";
final String emailTo = "[email protected]"

Properties props = new Properties();
props.put("mail.smtp.host", "smtp.gmail.com");
props.put("mail.smtp.socketFactory.port", "465");
props.put("mail.smtp.socketFactory.class", "javax.net.ssl.SSLSocketFactory");
props.put("mail.smtp.auth", "true");
props.put("mail.smtp.port", "465");

Session session = Session.getDefaultInstance(props,
        new javax.mail.Authenticator() {
            protected PasswordAuthentication getPasswordAuthentication() {
                return new PasswordAuthentication(userID, userPass);
            }
        });
try {

    Message message = new MimeMessage(session);
    message.setRecipients(Message.RecipientType.TO, InternetAddress.parse(emailTo));
    message.setSubject("Hello, this is a test mail..");

    Multipart multipart = new MimeMultipart();
    String fileName = "fileName";

    addAttachment(multipart, fileName);

    MimeBodyPart messageBodyPart1 = new MimeBodyPart();
    messageBodyPart1.setText("No need to reply.");
    multipart.addBodyPart(messageBodyPart1);

    message.setContent(multipart);

    Transport.send(message);
    System.out.println("Email successfully sent to: " + emailTo);

} catch (MessagingException e) {
    e.printStackTrace();
}



private static void addAttachment(Multipart multipart, String fileName){
    DataSource source = null;
    File f = new File("filepath" +"/"+ fileName);
    if(f.exists() && !f.isDirectory()) {
        source = new FileDataSource("filepath" +"/"+ fileName);
        BodyPart messageBodyPart = new MimeBodyPart();
        try {
            messageBodyPart.setHeader("Content-Type", "text/html");
            messageBodyPart.setDataHandler(new DataHandler(source));
            messageBodyPart.setFileName(fileName);
            multipart.addBodyPart(messageBodyPart);
        } catch (MessagingException e) {
            e.printStackTrace();
        }
    }
}

How do I activate C++ 11 in CMake?

I think just these two lines are enough.

set(CMAKE_CXX_STANDARD 11)

set(CMAKE_CXX_FLAGS "${CMAKE_CXX_FLAGS} -std=c++11")

Reading values from DataTable

You can do it using the foreach loop

DataTable dr_art_line_2 = ds.Tables["QuantityInIssueUnit"];

  foreach(DataRow row in dr_art_line_2.Rows)
  {
     QuantityInIssueUnit_value = Convert.ToInt32(row["columnname"]);
  }

How to output to the console in C++/Windows

If you have a none-console Windows application, you can create a console with the AllocConsole function. Once created, you can write to it using the normal std::cout methods.

Multiprocessing a for loop?

You can use multiprocessing.Pool:

from multiprocessing import Pool
class Engine(object):
    def __init__(self, parameters):
        self.parameters = parameters
    def __call__(self, filename):
        sci = fits.open(filename + '.fits')
        manipulated = manipulate_image(sci, self.parameters)
        return manipulated

try:
    pool = Pool(8) # on 8 processors
    engine = Engine(my_parameters)
    data_outputs = pool.map(engine, data_inputs)
finally: # To make sure processes are closed in the end, even if errors happen
    pool.close()
    pool.join()

Jquery split function

Try this. It uses the split function which is a core part of javascript, nothing to do with jQuery.

var parts = html.split(":-"),
    i, l
;
for (i = 0, l = parts.length; i < l; i += 2) {
    $("#" + parts[i]).text(parts[i + 1]);
}

Java 8, Streams to find the duplicate elements

You can get the duplicated like this :

List<Integer> numbers = Arrays.asList(1, 2, 1, 3, 4, 4);
Set<Integer> duplicated = numbers
  .stream()
  .filter(n -> numbers
        .stream()
        .filter(x -> x == n)
        .count() > 1)
   .collect(Collectors.toSet());

TortoiseGit save user authentication / credentials

For msysgit 1.8.0, download git-credential-wincred.exe from https://github.com/downloads/msysgit/git/git-credential-wincred.zip and put into C:\Program Files\Git\libexec\git-core

For msysgit 1.8.1 and later, the exe is built-in.

in git config, add the following settings.

[credential] helper = wincred

How can the size of an input text box be defined in HTML?

You can set the width in pixels via inline styling:

<input type="text" name="text" style="width: 195px;">

You can also set the width with a visible character length:

<input type="text" name="text" size="35">

How are parameters sent in an HTTP POST request?

The default media type in a POST request is application/x-www-form-urlencoded. This is a format for encoding key-value pairs. The keys can be duplicate. Each key-value pair is separated by an & character, and each key is separated from its value by an = character.

For example:

Name: John Smith
Grade: 19

Is encoded as:

Name=John+Smith&Grade=19

This is placed in the request body after the HTTP headers.

Make footer stick to bottom of page correctly

A simple solution that i use, works from IE8+

Give min-height:100% on html so that if content is less then still page takes full view-port height and footer sticks at bottom of page. When content increases the footer shifts down with content and keep sticking to bottom.

JS fiddle working Demo: http://jsfiddle.net/3L3h64qo/2/

Css

html{
  position:relative; 
  min-height: 100%;
}
/*Normalize html and body elements,this style is just good to have*/
html,body{
  margin:0;
  padding:0;
}
.pageContentWrapper{
  margin-bottom:100px;/* Height of footer*/
} 
.footer{
    position: absolute;
    bottom: 0;
    left: 0;
    right: 0;
    height:100px;
    background:#ccc;
}

Html

   <html>
    <body>
        <div class="pageContentWrapper">
            <!-- All the page content goes here-->
        </div>
        <div class="footer">
        </div>
    </body>
    </html>

What does the line "#!/bin/sh" mean in a UNIX shell script?

It's called a shebang, and tells the parent shell which interpreter should be used to execute the script.

#!/bin/sh <--------- bourne shell compatible script
#!/usr/bin/perl  <-- perl script
#!/usr/bin/php  <--- php script
#!/bin/false <------ do-nothing script, because false returns immediately anyways.

Most scripting languages tend to interpret a line starting with # as comment and will ignore the following !/usr/bin/whatever portion, which might otherwise cause a syntax error in the interpreted language.

Base64 Encoding Image

My synopsis of rfc2397 is:

Once you've got your base64 encoded image data put it inside the <Image></Image> tags prefixed with "data:{mimetype};base64," this is similar to the prefixing done in the parenthesis of url() definition in CSS or in the quoted value of the src attribute of the img tag in [X]HTML. You can test the data url in firefox by putting the data:image/... line into the URL field and pressing enter, it should show your image.

For actually encoding I think we need to go over all your options, not just PHP, because there's so many ways to base64 encode something.

  1. Use the base64 command line tool. It's part of the GNU coreutils (v6+) and pretty much default in any Cygwin, Linux, GnuWin32 install, but not the BSDs I tried. Issue: $ base64 imagefile.ico > imagefile.base64.txt
  2. Use a tool that features the option to convert to base64, like Notepad++ which has the feature under plugins->MIME tools->base64 Encode
  3. Email yourself the file and view the raw email contents, copy and paste.
  4. Use a web form.

A note on mime-types: I would prefer you use one of image/png image/jpeg or image/gif as I can't find the popular image/x-icon. Should that be image/vnd.microsoft.icon? Also the other formats are much shorter.

compare 265 bytes vs 1150 bytes:

data:image/png;base64,iVBORw0KGgoAAAANSUhEUgAAABAAAAAQCAMAAAAoLQ9TAAAAVFBMVEWcZjTcViTMuqT8/vzcYjTkhhTkljT87tz03sRkZmS8mnT03tT89vTsvoTk1sz86uTkekzkjmzkwpT01rTsmnzsplTUwqz89uy0jmzsrmTknkT0zqT3X4fRAAAAbklEQVR4XnXOVw6FIBBAUafQsZfX9r/PB8JoTPT+QE4o01AtMoS8HkALcH8BGmGIAvaXLw0wCqxKz0Q9w1LBfFSiJBzljVerlbYhlBO4dZHM/F3llybncbIC6N+70Q7OlUm7DdO+gKs9gyRwdgd/LOcGXHzLN5gAAAAASUVORK5CYII=

data:image/x-icon;base64,AAABAAEAEBAAAAEAIABoBAAAFgAAACgAAAAQAAAAIAAAAAEAIAAAAAAAAAQAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAD/////ZmZm/2ZmZv9mZmb/ZmZm/2ZmZv9mZmb/ZmZm/2ZmZv9mZmb/ZmZm/2ZmZv9mZmb/ZmZm/2ZmZv///////////2ZmZv9mZmb/ZmZm/2ZmZv9mZmb/ZmZm/2ZmZv9mZmb/ZmZm/2ZmZv9mZmb/ZmZm/2ZmZv9mZmb///////////9mZmb/ZmZm//////////////////////////////////////////////////////9mZmb/ZmZm////////////ZmZm/2ZmZv//////ZmZm/2ZmZv9mZmb/ZmZm/2ZmZv9mZmb/ZmZm/2ZmZv//////ZmZm/2ZmZv///////////2ZmZv9mZmb//////2ZmZv9mZmb/ZmZm/2ZmZv9mZmb/ZmZm/2ZmZv9mZmb//////2ZmZv9mZmb///////////9mZmb/ZmZm////////////////////////////8fX4/8nW5P+twtb/oLjP//////9mZmb/ZmZm////////////////////////////oLjP/3eZu/9pj7T/M2aZ/zNmmf8zZpn/M2aZ/zNmmf///////////////////////////////////////////zNmmf8zZpn/M2aZ/zNmmf8zZpn/d5m7/6C4z/+WwuH/wN/3//////////////////////////////////////+guM//rcLW/8nW5P/x9fj//////9/v+/+w1/X/QZ7m/1Cm6P//////////////////////////////////////////////////////7/f9/4C+7v8xluT/EYbg/zGW5P/A3/f/0933/9Pd9//////////////////////////////////f7/v/YK7q/xGG4P8RhuD/MZbk/7DX9f//////4uj6/zJh2/8yYdv/8PT8////////////////////////////UKbo/xGG4P8xluT/sNf1////////////4uj6/zJh2/8jVtj/e5ro/////////////////////////////////8Df9/+gz/P/////////////////8PT8/0944P8jVtj/bI7l/////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////2yO5f8jVtj/T3jg//D0/P///////////////////////////////////////////////////////////3ua6P8jVtj/MmHb/+Lo+v////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////D0/P8yYdv/I1bY/9Pd9///////////////////////AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA==

Error in model.frame.default: variable lengths differ

Another thing that can cause this error is creating a model with the centering/scaling standardize function from the arm package -- m <- standardize(lm(y ~ x, data = train))

If you then try predict(m), you get the same error as in this question.

How can I create tests in Android Studio?

Android Studio keeps evolving so the responses above will eventually be no longer applicable. For the current version of Android Studio 1.2.1.1, there's a nice tutorial on testing at:

http://evgenii.com/blog/testing-activity-in-android-studio-tutorial-part-1/

How to run a C# console application with the console hidden

If you wrote the console application you can make it hidden by default.

Create a new console app then then change the "Output Type" type to "Windows Application" (done in the project properties)

How to read data from excel file using c#

Convert the excel file to .csv file (comma separated value file) and now you can easily be able to read it.

HTML/CSS: Making two floating divs the same height

Several years ago, the float property used to solve that problem with the table approach using display: table; and display: table-row; and display: table-cell;.

But now with the flex property, you can solve it with 3 lines of code: display: flex; and flex-wrap: wrap; and flex: 1 0 50%;

.parent {
    display: flex;
    flex-wrap: wrap;
}

.child {
 // flex: flex-grow flex-shrink flex-basis;
    flex: 1 0 50%;
}

1 0 50% are the flex values we gave to: flex-grow flex-shrink flex-basis respectively. It's a relatively new shortcut in flexbox to avoid typing them individually. I hope this helps someone out there

How to append contents of multiple files into one file

You need the cat (short for concatenate) command, with shell redirection (>) into your output file

cat 1.txt 2.txt 3.txt > 0.txt

Enable/Disable Anchor Tags using AngularJS

Make a toggle function in the respective scope to grey out the link.

First,create the following CSS classes in your .css file.

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

.enabled {
    pointer-events: visible;
    cursor: auto;
}

Add a $scope.state and $scope.toggle variable. Edit your controller in the JS file like:

    $scope.state='on';
    $scope.toggle='enabled';
    $scope.changeState = function () {
                $scope.state = $scope.state === 'on' ? 'off' : 'on';
                $scope.toggleEdit();
            };
    $scope.toggleEdit = function () {
            if ($scope.state === 'on')
                $scope.toggle = 'enabled';
            else
                $scope.toggle = 'disabled';
        };

Now,in the HTML a tags edit as:

<a href="#" ng-click="create()" class="{{toggle}}">CREATE</a><br/>
<a href="#" ng-click="edit()" class="{{toggle}}">EDIT</a><br/>
<a href="#" ng-click="delete()" class="{{toggle}}">DELETE</a>

To avoid the problem of the link disabling itself, change the DOM CSS class at the end of the function.

document.getElementById("create").className = "enabled";

Hiding and Showing TabPages in tabControl

I have my sample code working but want to make it somewhat more better refrencing the tab from list:

Public Class Form1
    Dim State1 As Integer = 1
    Dim AllTabs As List(Of TabPage) = New List(Of TabPage)

    Private Sub Button2_Click(ByVal sender As System.Object, ByVal e As System.EventArgs) Handles Button2.Click
        Check1(State1)
        State1 = CInt(IIf(State1 = 1, 0, 1))
    End Sub

    Private Sub Form1_Load(ByVal sender As Object, ByVal e As System.EventArgs) Handles Me.Load
        AllTabs.Add(TabControl1.TabPages("TabPage1"))
        AllTabs.Add(TabControl1.TabPages("TabPage2"))
    End Sub

    Sub Check1(ByVal No As Integer)
        If TabControl1.TabPages.ContainsKey("TabPage1") Then
            TabControl1.TabPages.Remove(TabControl1.TabPages("TabPage1"))
        End If
        If TabControl1.TabPages.ContainsKey("TabPage2") Then
            TabControl1.TabPages.Remove(TabControl1.TabPages("TabPage2"))
        End If
        TabControl1.TabPages.Add(AllTabs(No))
    End Sub
End Class

nginx upload client_max_body_size issue

From the documentation:

It is necessary to keep in mind that the browsers do not know how to correctly show this error.

I suspect this is what's happening, if you inspect the HTTP to-and-fro using tools such as Firebug or Live HTTP Headers (both Firefox extensions) you'll be able to see what's really going on.

List all kafka topics

Kafka is a distributed system and needs Zookeeper. you have to start zookeeper too. Follow "Quick Start" here : https://kafka.apache.org/0100/documentation.html#quickstart

Using Chrome, how to find to which events are bound to an element

(Latest as of 2020) For version Chrome Version 83.0.4103.61 :

Chrome Developer Tools - Event Listener

  1. Select the element you want to inspect

  2. Choose the Event Listeners tab

  3. Make sure to check the Framework listeners to show the real javascript file instead of the jquery function.

Excel doesn't update value unless I hit Enter

Select all the data and use the option "Text to Columns", that will allow your data for Applying Number Formatting ERIK

Create a file if one doesn't exist - C

You typically have to do this in a single syscall, or else you will get a race condition.

This will open for reading and writing, creating the file if necessary.

FILE *fp = fopen("scores.dat", "ab+");

If you want to read it and then write a new version from scratch, then do it as two steps.

FILE *fp = fopen("scores.dat", "rb");
if (fp) {
    read_scores(fp);
}

// Later...

// truncates the file
FILE *fp = fopen("scores.dat", "wb");
if (!fp)
    error();
write_scores(fp);

Input Type image submit form value?

Here is what I was trying to do and how I did it. I think you wanted to do something similar. I had a table with several rows and on each row I had an input with type image. I wanted to pass an id when the user clicked that image button. As you noticed the value in the tag is ignored. Instead I added a hidden input at the top of my table and using javascript I put the correct id there before I post the form.

<input type="image" onclick="$('#hiddenInput').val(rowId) src="...">

This way the correct id will be submitted with your form.

Copying a local file from Windows to a remote server using scp

Drive letters can be used in the target like

scp some_file user@host:/c/temp

where c is the drive letter. It's treated like a directory.

Maybe this works on the source, too.

Get element by id - Angular2

Complate Angular Way ( Set/Get value by Id ):

// In Html tag

 <button (click) ="setValue()">Set Value</button>
 <input type="text"  #userNameId />

// In component .ts File

    export class testUserClass {
       @ViewChild('userNameId') userNameId: ElementRef;

      ngAfterViewInit(){
         console.log(this.userNameId.nativeElement.value );
       }

      setValue(){
        this.userNameId.nativeElement.value = "Sample user Name";
      }



   }

How to prevent 'query timeout expired'? (SQLNCLI11 error '80040e31')

Turns out that the post (or rather the whole table) was locked by the very same connection that I tried to update the post with.

I had a opened record set of the post that was created by:

Set RecSet = Conn.Execute()

This type of recordset is supposed to be read-only and when I was using MS Access as database it did not lock anything. But apparently this type of record set did lock something on MS SQL Server 2012 because when I added these lines of code before executing the UPDATE SQL statement...

RecSet.Close
Set RecSet = Nothing

...everything worked just fine.

So bottom line is to be careful with opened record sets - even if they are read-only they could lock your table from updates.

How can I remove leading and trailing quotes in SQL Server?

CREATE FUNCTION dbo.TRIM(@String VARCHAR(MAX), @Char varchar(5))
RETURNS VARCHAR(MAX)
BEGIN
RETURN SUBSTRING(@String,PATINDEX('%[^' + @Char + ' ]%',@String)
    ,(DATALENGTH(@String)+2 - (PATINDEX('%[^' + @Char + ' ]%'
    ,REVERSE(@String)) + PATINDEX('%[^' + @Char + ' ]%',@String)
    )))
END
GO

Select dbo.TRIM('"this is a test message"','"')

Reference : http://raresql.com/2013/05/20/sql-server-trim-how-to-remove-leading-and-trailing-charactersspaces-from-string/

Cannot change column used in a foreign key constraint

When you set keys (primary or foreign) you are setting constraints on how they can be used, which in turn limits what you can do with them. If you really want to alter the column, you could re-create the table without the constraints, although I'd recommend against it. Generally speaking, if you have a situation in which you want to do something, but it is blocked by a constraint, it's best resolved by changing what you want to do rather than the constraint.

Get checkbox list values with jQuery

You can try this...

$(document).ready(function() {
        $("button").click(function(){
            var checkBoxValues = [];
            $.each($("input[name='check_name']:checked"), function(){
                checkBoxValues.push($(this).val());
            });

            console.log(checkBoxValues);

        });
    });

C# with MySQL INSERT parameters

comm.Parameters.Add("person", "Myname");

Merge two objects with ES6

You can use Object.assign() to merge them into a new object:

_x000D_
_x000D_
const response = {_x000D_
  lat: -51.3303,_x000D_
  lng: 0.39440_x000D_
}_x000D_
_x000D_
const item = {_x000D_
  id: 'qwenhee-9763ae-lenfya',_x000D_
  address: '14-22 Elder St, London, E1 6BT, UK'_x000D_
}_x000D_
_x000D_
const newItem = Object.assign({}, item, { location: response });_x000D_
_x000D_
console.log(newItem );
_x000D_
_x000D_
_x000D_

You can also use object spread, which is a Stage 4 proposal for ECMAScript:

_x000D_
_x000D_
const response = {_x000D_
  lat: -51.3303,_x000D_
  lng: 0.39440_x000D_
}_x000D_
_x000D_
const item = {_x000D_
  id: 'qwenhee-9763ae-lenfya',_x000D_
  address: '14-22 Elder St, London, E1 6BT, UK'_x000D_
}_x000D_
_x000D_
const newItem = { ...item, location: response }; // or { ...response } if you want to clone response as well_x000D_
_x000D_
console.log(newItem );
_x000D_
_x000D_
_x000D_

Linux Command History with date and time

HISTTIMEFORMAT="%d/%m/%y %H:%M "

For any commands typed prior to this, it will not help since they will just get a default time of when you turned history on, but it will log the time of any further commands after this.

If you want it to log history for permanent, you should put the following line in your ~/.bashrc

export HISTTIMEFORMAT="%d/%m/%y %H:%M "

Nodejs convert string into UTF-8

When you want to change the encoding you always go from one into another. So you might go from Mac Roman to UTF-8 or from ASCII to UTF-8.

It's as important to know the desired output encoding as the current source encoding. For example if you have Mac Roman and you decode it from UTF-16 to UTF-8 you'll just make it garbled.

If you want to know more about encoding this article goes into a lot of details:

What Every Programmer Absolutely, Positively Needs To Know About Encodings And Character Sets To Work With Text

The npm pacakge encoding which uses node-iconv or iconv-lite should allow you to easily specify which source and output encoding you want:

var resultBuffer = encoding.convert(nameString, 'ASCII', 'UTF-8');

Android transparent status bar and actionbar

It supports after KITKAT. Just add following code inside onCreate method of your Activity. No need any modifications to Manifest file.

 if (Build.VERSION.SDK_INT >= Build.VERSION_CODES.KITKAT) {
                Window w = getWindow(); // in Activity's onCreate() for instance
                w.setFlags(WindowManager.LayoutParams.FLAG_LAYOUT_NO_LIMITS, WindowManager.LayoutParams.FLAG_LAYOUT_NO_LIMITS);
            }

Best way to compare dates in Android

You could try this

Calendar today = Calendar.getInstance (); 
today.add(Calendar.DAY_OF_YEAR, 0); 
today.set(Calendar.HOUR_OF_DAY, hrs); 
today.set(Calendar.MINUTE, mins ); 
today.set(Calendar.SECOND, 0); 

and you could use today.getTime() to retrieve value and compare.

Include jQuery in the JavaScript Console

One of the shortest ways would be just copy pasting the code below to the console.

var jquery = document.createElement('script'); 
jquery.src = "https://ajax.googleapis.com/ajax/libs/jquery/2.1.4/jquery.min.js";
document.head.appendChild(jquery);

Is there a real solution to debug cordova apps

Just want to add that you can debug android apps using Genymotion. It's WAY faster then the stock android emulator.

Should I use scipy.pi, numpy.pi, or math.pi?

One thing to note is that not all libraries will use the same meaning for pi, of course, so it never hurts to know what you're using. For example, the symbolic math library Sympy's representation of pi is not the same as math and numpy:

import math
import numpy
import scipy
import sympy

print(math.pi == numpy.pi)
> True
print(math.pi == scipy.pi)
> True
print(math.pi == sympy.pi)
> False

java.net.SocketException: Software caused connection abort: recv failed

Look if you have another service or program running on the http port. It happened to me when I tried to use the port and it was taken by another program.

Cross-Origin Request Headers(CORS) with PHP headers

CORS can become a headache, if we do not correctly understand its functioning. I use them in PHP and they work without problems. reference here

header("Access-Control-Allow-Origin: *");
header("Access-Control-Allow-Credentials: true");
header("Access-Control-Max-Age: 1000");
header("Access-Control-Allow-Headers: X-Requested-With, Content-Type, Origin, Cache-Control, Pragma, Authorization, Accept, Accept-Encoding");
header("Access-Control-Allow-Methods: PUT, POST, GET, OPTIONS, DELETE");

Make file echo displaying "$PATH" string

The make uses the $ for its own variable expansions. E.g. single character variable $A or variable with a long name - ${VAR} and $(VAR).

To put the $ into a command, use the $$, for example:

all:
  @echo "Please execute next commands:"
  @echo 'setenv PATH /usr/local/greenhills/mips5/linux86:$$PATH'

Also note that to make the "" and '' (double and single quoting) do not play any role and they are passed verbatim to the shell. (Remove the @ sign to see what make sends to shell.) To prevent the shell from expanding $PATH, second line uses the ''.

WCF Service Client: The content type text/html; charset=utf-8 of the response message does not match the content type of the binding

Try browsing to http://localhost/ScraperService.svc in the web browser on the server hosting the service, using the same Windows credentials that the client normally runs under.

I imagine that IIS is displaying an html error message of some description instead of returning xml as expected.

This also can occur when you have an http proxy server that performs internet filtering. My experience with ContentKeeper is that it intercepts any http/https traffic and blocks it as "Unmanaged Content" - all we get back is an html error message. To avoid this, you can add proxy server exception rules to Internet Explorer so that the proxy doesn't intercept traffic to your site:

Control Panel > Internet Options > Connections > LAN Settings > Advanced > Proxy Settings

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Using NSLog for debugging

Use NSLog() like this:

NSLog(@"The code runs through here!");

Or like this - with placeholders:

float aFloat = 5.34245;
NSLog(@"This is my float: %f \n\nAnd here again: %.2f", aFloat, aFloat);

In NSLog() you can use it like + (id)stringWithFormat:(NSString *)format, ...

float aFloat = 5.34245;
NSString *aString = [NSString stringWithFormat:@"This is my float: %f \n\nAnd here again: %.2f", aFloat, aFloat];

You can add other placeholders, too:

float aFloat = 5.34245;
int aInteger = 3;
NSString *aString = @"A string";
NSLog(@"This is my float: %f \n\nAnd here is my integer: %i \n\nAnd finally my string: %@", aFloat, aInteger, aString);

Deploying Java webapp to Tomcat 8 running in Docker container

There's a oneliner for this one.

You can simply run,

docker run -v /1.0-SNAPSHOT/my-app-1.0-SNAPSHOT.war:/usr/local/tomcat/webapps/myapp.war -it -p 8080:8080 tomcat

This will copy the war file to webapps directory and get your app running in no time.

Run as java application option disabled in eclipse

Run As > Java Application wont show up if the class that you want to run does not contain the main method. Make sure that the class you trying to run has main defined in it.

Is it possible to start a shell session in a running container (without ssh)

EDIT: Now you can use docker exec -it "id of running container" bash (doc)

Previously, the answer to this question was:

If you really must and you are in a debug environment, you can do this: sudo lxc-attach -n <ID> Note that the id needs to be the full one (docker ps -notrunc).

However, I strongly recommend against this.

notice: -notrunc is deprecated, it will be replaced by --no-trunc soon.

repository element was not specified in the POM inside distributionManagement element or in -DaltDep loymentRepository=id::layout::url parameter

The issue is fixed by adding repository url under distributionManagement tab in main pom.xml.

Jenkin maven goal : clean deploy -U -Dmaven.test.skip=true

<distributionManagement>
    <repository>
        <id>releases</id>
        <url>http://domain:port/content/repositories/releases</url>
    </repository>
    <snapshotRepository>
        <id>snapshots</id>
        <url>http://domain:port/content/repositories/snapshots</url>
    </snapshotRepository>
</distributionManagement>

OOP vs Functional Programming vs Procedural

These paradigms don't have to be mutually exclusive. If you look at python, it supports functions and classes, but at the same time, everything is an object, including functions. You can mix and match functional/oop/procedural style all in one piece of code.

What I mean is, in functional languages (at least in Haskell, the only one I studied) there are no statements! functions are only allowed one expression inside them!! BUT, functions are first-class citizens, you can pass them around as parameters, along with a bunch of other abilities. They can do powerful things with few lines of code.

While in a procedural language like C, the only way you can pass functions around is by using function pointers, and that alone doesn't enable many powerful tasks.

In python, a function is a first-class citizen, but it can contain arbitrary number of statements. So you can have a function that contains procedural code, but you can pass it around just like functional languages.

Same goes for OOP. A language like Java doesn't allow you to write procedures/functions outside of a class. The only way to pass a function around is to wrap it in an object that implements that function, and then pass that object around.

In Python, you don't have this restriction.

HTML 'td' width and height

Following width worked well in HTML5: -

<table >
  <tr>
    <th style="min-width:120px">Month</th>
    <th style="min-width:60px">Savings</th>
  </tr>
  <tr>
    <td>January</td>
    <td>$100</td>
  </tr>
  <tr>
    <td>February</td>
    <td>$80</td>
  </tr>
</table>

Please note that

  • TD tag is without CSS style.

How to use null in switch

Given:

public enum PersonType {
    COOL_GUY(1),
    JERK(2);

    private final int typeId;
    private PersonType(int typeId) {
        this.typeId = typeId;
    }

    public final int getTypeId() {
        return typeId;
    }

    public static PersonType findByTypeId(int typeId) {
        for (PersonType type : values()) {
            if (type.typeId == typeId) {
                return type;
            }
        }
        return null;
    }
}

For me, this typically aligns with a look-up table in a database (for rarely-updated tables only).

However, when I try to use findByTypeId in a switch statement (from, most likely, user input)...

int userInput = 3;
PersonType personType = PersonType.findByTypeId(userInput);
switch(personType) {
case COOL_GUY:
    // Do things only a cool guy would do.
    break;
case JERK:
    // Push back. Don't enable him.
    break;
default:
    // I don't know or care what to do with this mess.
}

...as others have stated, this results in an NPE @ switch(personType) {. One work-around (i.e., "solution") I started implementing was to add an UNKNOWN(-1) type.

public enum PersonType {
    UNKNOWN(-1),
    COOL_GUY(1),
    JERK(2);
    ...
    public static PersonType findByTypeId(int id) {
        ...
        return UNKNOWN;
    }
}

Now, you don't have to do null-checking where it counts and you can choose to, or not to, handle UNKNOWN types. (NOTE: -1 is an unlikely identifier in a business scenario, but obviously choose something that makes sense for your use-case).

Executing Javascript from Python

quickjs should be the best option after quickjs come out. Just pip install quickjs and you are ready to go.

modify based on the example on README.

from quickjs import Function

js = """
function escramble_758(){
var a,b,c
a='+1 '
b='84-'
a+='425-'
b+='7450'
c='9'
document.write(a+c+b)
escramble_758()
}
"""

escramble_758 = Function('escramble_758', js.replace("document.write", "return "))

print(escramble_758())

https://github.com/PetterS/quickjs

Moving from one activity to another Activity in Android

First You have to use this code in MainActivity.java class

@Override
public void onClick(View v)
{
    // TODO Auto-generated method stub
    Intent i = new Intent(getApplicationContext(),NextActivity.class);
    startActivity(i);

}

You can pass intent this way.

Second

add proper entry into manifest.xml file.

<activity android:name=".NextActivity" />

Now see what happens.

Add list to set?

list objects are unhashable. you might want to turn them in to tuples though.

What are the recommendations for html <base> tag?

To decide whether it should be used or not, you should be aware of what it does and whether it's needed. This is already partly outlined in this answer, which I also contributed to. But to make it easier to understand and follow, a second explanation here. First we need to understand:

How are links processed by the browser without <BASE> being used?

For some examples, let's assume we have these URLs:

A) http://www.example.com/index.html
B) http://www.example.com/
C) http://www.example.com/page.html
D) http://www.example.com/subdir/page.html

A+B both result in the very same file (index.html) be sent to the browser, C of course sends page.html, and D sends /subdir/page.html.

Let's further assume, both pages contain a set of links:

1) fully qualified absolute links (http://www...)
2) local absolute links (/some/dir/page.html)
3) relative links including file names (dir/page.html), and
4) relative links with "segments" only (#anchor, ?foo=bar).

The browser receives the page, and renders the HTML. If it finds some URL, it needs to know where to point it to. That's always clear for Link 1), which is taken as-is. All others depend on the URL of the rendered page:

URL     | Link | Result
--------+------+--------------------------
A,B,C,D |    2 | http://www.example.com/some/dir/page.html
A,B,C   |    3 | http://www.example.com/dir/page.html
D       |    3 | http://www.example.com/subdir/dir/page.html
A       |    4 | http://www.example.com/index.html#anchor
B       |    4 | http://www.example.com/#anchor
C       |    4 | http://www.example.com/page.html#anchor
D       |    4 | http://www.example.com/subdir/page.html#anchor

Now what changes with <BASE> being used?

<BASE> is supposed to replace the URL as it appears to the browser. So it renders all links as if the user had called up the URL specified in <BASE>. Which explains some of the confusion in several of the other answers:

  • again, nothing changes for "fully qualified absolute links" ("type 1")
  • for local absolute links, the targeted server might change (if the one specified in <BASE> differs from the one being called initially from the user)
  • relative URLs become critical here, so you've got to take special care how you set <BASE>:
    • better avoid setting it to a directory. Doing so, links of "type 3" might continue to work, but it most certainly breaks those of "type 4" (except for "case B")
    • set it to the fully qualified file name produces, in most cases, the desired results.

An example explains it best

Say you want to "prettify" some URL using mod_rewrite:

  • real file: <DOCUMENT_ROOT>/some/dir/file.php?lang=en
  • real URL: http://www.example.com/some/dir/file.php?lang=en
  • user-friendly URL: http://www.example.com/en/file

Let's assume mod_rewrite is used to transparently rewrite the user-friendly URL to the real one (no external re-direct, so the "user-friendly" one stays in the browsers address bar, while the real-one is loaded). What to do now?

  • no <BASE> specified: breaks all relative links (as they would be based on http://www.example.com/en/file now)
  • <BASE HREF='http://www.example.com/some/dir>: Absolutely wrong. dir would be considered the file part of the specified URL, so still, all relative links are broken.
  • <BASE HREF='http://www.example.com/some/dir/>: Better already. But relative links of "type 4" are still broken (except for "case B").
  • <BASE HREF='http://www.example.com/some/dir/file.php>: Exactly. Everything should be working with this one.

A last note

Keep in mind this applies to all URLs in your document:

  • <A HREF=
  • <IMG SRC=
  • <SCRIPT SRC=

Real mouse position in canvas

You need to get the mouse position relative to the canvas

To do that you need to know the X/Y position of the canvas on the page.

This is called the canvas’s “offset”, and here’s how to get the offset. (I’m using jQuery in order to simplify cross-browser compatibility, but if you want to use raw javascript a quick Google will get that too).

    var canvasOffset=$("#canvas").offset();
    var offsetX=canvasOffset.left;
    var offsetY=canvasOffset.top;

Then in your mouse handler, you can get the mouse X/Y like this:

  function handleMouseDown(e){
      mouseX=parseInt(e.clientX-offsetX);
      mouseY=parseInt(e.clientY-offsetY);
}

Here is an illustrating code and fiddle that shows how to successfully track mouse events on the canvas:

http://jsfiddle.net/m1erickson/WB7Zu/

<!doctype html>
<html>
<head>
<link rel="stylesheet" type="text/css" media="all" href="css/reset.css" /> <!-- reset css -->
<script type="text/javascript" src="http://code.jquery.com/jquery.min.js"></script>

<style>
    body{ background-color: ivory; }
    canvas{border:1px solid red;}
</style>

<script>
$(function(){

    var canvas=document.getElementById("canvas");
    var ctx=canvas.getContext("2d");

    var canvasOffset=$("#canvas").offset();
    var offsetX=canvasOffset.left;
    var offsetY=canvasOffset.top;

    function handleMouseDown(e){
      mouseX=parseInt(e.clientX-offsetX);
      mouseY=parseInt(e.clientY-offsetY);
      $("#downlog").html("Down: "+ mouseX + " / " + mouseY);

      // Put your mousedown stuff here

    }

    function handleMouseUp(e){
      mouseX=parseInt(e.clientX-offsetX);
      mouseY=parseInt(e.clientY-offsetY);
      $("#uplog").html("Up: "+ mouseX + " / " + mouseY);

      // Put your mouseup stuff here
    }

    function handleMouseOut(e){
      mouseX=parseInt(e.clientX-offsetX);
      mouseY=parseInt(e.clientY-offsetY);
      $("#outlog").html("Out: "+ mouseX + " / " + mouseY);

      // Put your mouseOut stuff here
    }

    function handleMouseMove(e){
      mouseX=parseInt(e.clientX-offsetX);
      mouseY=parseInt(e.clientY-offsetY);
      $("#movelog").html("Move: "+ mouseX + " / " + mouseY);

      // Put your mousemove stuff here

    }

    $("#canvas").mousedown(function(e){handleMouseDown(e);});
    $("#canvas").mousemove(function(e){handleMouseMove(e);});
    $("#canvas").mouseup(function(e){handleMouseUp(e);});
    $("#canvas").mouseout(function(e){handleMouseOut(e);});

}); // end $(function(){});
</script>

</head>

<body>
    <p>Move, press and release the mouse</p>
    <p id="downlog">Down</p>
    <p id="movelog">Move</p>
    <p id="uplog">Up</p>
    <p id="outlog">Out</p>
    <canvas id="canvas" width=300 height=300></canvas>

</body>
</html>

Get contentEditable caret index position

A straight forward way, that iterates through all the chidren of the contenteditable div until it hits the endContainer. Then I add the end container offset and we have the character index. Should work with any number of nestings. uses recursion.

Note: requires a poly fill for ie to support Element.closest('div[contenteditable]')

https://codepen.io/alockwood05/pen/vMpdmZ

function caretPositionIndex() {
    const range = window.getSelection().getRangeAt(0);
    const { endContainer, endOffset } = range;

    // get contenteditableDiv from our endContainer node
    let contenteditableDiv;
    const contenteditableSelector = "div[contenteditable]";
    switch (endContainer.nodeType) {
      case Node.TEXT_NODE:
        contenteditableDiv = endContainer.parentElement.closest(contenteditableSelector);
        break;
      case Node.ELEMENT_NODE:
        contenteditableDiv = endContainer.closest(contenteditableSelector);
        break;
    }
    if (!contenteditableDiv) return '';


    const countBeforeEnd = countUntilEndContainer(contenteditableDiv, endContainer);
    if (countBeforeEnd.error ) return null;
    return countBeforeEnd.count + endOffset;

    function countUntilEndContainer(parent, endNode, countingState = {count: 0}) {
      for (let node of parent.childNodes) {
        if (countingState.done) break;
        if (node === endNode) {
          countingState.done = true;
          return countingState;
        }
        if (node.nodeType === Node.TEXT_NODE) {
          countingState.count += node.length;
        } else if (node.nodeType === Node.ELEMENT_NODE) {
          countUntilEndContainer(node, endNode, countingState);
        } else {
          countingState.error = true;
        }
      }
      return countingState;
    }
  }

Opening popup windows in HTML

HTML alone does not support this. You need to use some JS.

And also consider nowadays people use popup blocker in browsers.

<a href="javascript:window.open('document.aspx','mypopuptitle','width=600,height=400')">open popup</a>

django - get() returned more than one topic

Don't :-

xyz = Blogs.objects.get(user_id=id)

Use:-

xyz = Blogs.objects.all().filter(user_id=id)

How to code a very simple login system with java

Code

import java.util.Scanner;

public class LoginMain {

public static void main(String[] args) {

    String Username;
    String Password;

    Password = "123";
    Username = "wisdom";

    Scanner input1 = new Scanner(System.in);
    System.out.println("Enter Username : ");
    String username = input1.next();

    Scanner input2 = new Scanner(System.in);
    System.out.println("Enter Password : ");
    String password = input2.next();

    if (username.equals(Username) && password.equals(Password)) {

        System.out.println("Access Granted! Welcome!");
    }

    else if (username.equals(Username)) {
        System.out.println("Invalid Password!");
    } else if (password.equals(Password)) {
        System.out.println("Invalid Username!");
    } else {
        System.out.println("Invalid Username & Password!");
    }

}

}

How do I sort arrays using vbscript?

You either have to write your own sort by hand, or maybe try this technique:

http://www.aspfaqs.com/aspfaqs/ShowFAQ.asp?FAQID=83

You can freely intermix server side javascript with VBScript, so wherever VBScript falls short, switch to javascript.

How to concatenate and minify multiple CSS and JavaScript files with Grunt.js (0.3.x)

I think may be more automatic, grunt task usemin take care to do all this jobs for you, only need some configuration:

https://stackoverflow.com/a/33481683/1897196

What does operator "dot" (.) mean?

There is a whole page in the MATLAB documentation dedicated to this topic: Array vs. Matrix Operations. The gist of it is below:

MATLAB® has two different types of arithmetic operations: array operations and matrix operations. You can use these arithmetic operations to perform numeric computations, for example, adding two numbers, raising the elements of an array to a given power, or multiplying two matrices.

Matrix operations follow the rules of linear algebra. By contrast, array operations execute element by element operations and support multidimensional arrays. The period character (.) distinguishes the array operations from the matrix operations. However, since the matrix and array operations are the same for addition and subtraction, the character pairs .+ and .- are unnecessary.

Tab separated values in awk

Use:

awk -v FS='\t' -v OFS='\t' ...

Example from one of my scripts.

I use the FS and OFS variables to manipulate BIND zone files, which are tab delimited:

awk -v FS='\t' -v OFS='\t' \
    -v record_type=$record_type \
    -v hostname=$hostname \
    -v ip_address=$ip_address '
$1==hostname && $3==record_type {$4=ip_address}
{print}
' $zone_file > $temp

This is a clean and easy to read way to do this.

Split Strings into words with multiple word boundary delimiters

try this:

import re

phrase = "Hey, you - what are you doing here!?"
matches = re.findall('\w+', phrase)
print matches

this will print ['Hey', 'you', 'what', 'are', 'you', 'doing', 'here']

How to install ADB driver for any android device?

UNIVERSAL ADB DRIVER

I have thesame issue before but i solved it easily by just following this steps:

*connect your android phone in a debugging mode (to enable debugging mode goto settings scroll down About Phone scroll down tap seven times Build Number and it will automatically enable developer option turn on developer options and check USB debugging)

download Universal ADB Driver Installer

*choose Adb Driver Installer (Universal)

*install it *it will automatically detect your android device(any kind of brand) *chose the device and install

How to insert current_timestamp into Postgres via python

from datetime import datetime as dt

then use this in your code:

cur.execute('INSERT INTO my_table (dt_col) VALUES (%s)', (dt.now(),))

Elasticsearch: Failed to connect to localhost port 9200 - Connection refused

After utilizing some of the answers above, don't forget that after an apt install, a total reboot might be in order.

How to render a PDF file in Android

Since API Level 21 (Lollipop) Android provides a PdfRenderer class:

// create a new renderer
 PdfRenderer renderer = new PdfRenderer(getSeekableFileDescriptor());

 // let us just render all pages
 final int pageCount = renderer.getPageCount();
 for (int i = 0; i < pageCount; i++) {
     Page page = renderer.openPage(i);

     // say we render for showing on the screen
     page.render(mBitmap, null, null, Page.RENDER_MODE_FOR_DISPLAY);

     // do stuff with the bitmap

     // close the page
     page.close();
 }

 // close the renderer
 renderer.close();

For more information see the sample app.

For older APIs I recommend Android PdfViewer library, it is very fast and easy to use, licensed under Apache License 2.0:

pdfView.fromAsset(String)
  .pages(0, 2, 1, 3, 3, 3) // all pages are displayed by default
  .enableSwipe(true)
  .swipeHorizontal(false)
  .enableDoubletap(true)
  .defaultPage(0)
  .onDraw(onDrawListener)
  .onLoad(onLoadCompleteListener)
  .onPageChange(onPageChangeListener)
  .onPageScroll(onPageScrollListener)
  .onError(onErrorListener)
  .enableAnnotationRendering(false)
  .password(null)
  .scrollHandle(null)
  .load();

How do I convert a list into a string with spaces in Python?

So in order to achieve a desired output, we should first know how the function works.

The syntax for join() method as described in the python documentation is as follows:

string_name.join(iterable)

Things to be noted:

  • It returns a string concatenated with the elements of iterable. The separator between the elements being the string_name.
  • Any non-string value in the iterable will raise a TypeError

Now, to add white spaces, we just need to replace the string_name with a " " or a ' ' both of them will work and place the iterable that we want to concatenate.

So, our function will look something like this:

' '.join(my_list)

But, what if we want to add a particular number of white spaces in between our elements in the iterable ?

We need to add this:

str(number*" ").join(iterable)

here, the number will be a user input.

So, for example if number=4.

Then, the output of str(4*" ").join(my_list) will be how are you, so in between every word there are 4 white spaces.

MVC 4 Razor adding input type date

You will get it by tag type="date"...then it will render beautiful calendar and all...

@Html.TextBoxFor(model => model.EndTime, new { type = "date" })

The type is defined in an assembly that is not referenced, how to find the cause?

When you get this error it isn't always obvious what is going on, but as the error says - you are missing a reference. Take the following line of code as an example:

MyObjectType a = new MyObjectType("parameter");

It looks simple enough and you probably have referenced "MyObjectType" correctly. But lets say one of the overloads for the "MyObjectType" constructor takes a type that you don't have referenced. For example there is an overload defined as:

public MyObjectType(TypeFromOtherAssembly parameter) {
    // ... normal constructor code ...
}

That is at least one case where you will get this error. So, look for this type of pattern where you have referenced the type but not all the types of the properties or method parameters that are possible for functions being called on that type.

Hopefully this at least gets you going in the right direction!

Connecting client to server using Socket.io

You need to make sure that you add forward slash before your link to socket.io:

<script src="/socket.io/socket.io.js"></script>

Then in the view/controller just do:

var socket = io.connect()

That should solve your problem.

Browse and display files in a git repo without cloning

Take a look at http://git-scm.com/book/en/Git-Internals-Transfer-Protocols for info on how to do this over some transport protocols. Note this won't work for standard git over SSH.

For git over SSH, an up-to-date server-side git should allow you to git-archive directly from the remote, which you could then e.g. pipe to "tar t" to get a list of all files in a given commit.

Returning multiple values from a C++ function

There is precedent for returning structures in the C (and hence C++) standard with the div, ldiv (and, in C99, lldiv) functions from <stdlib.h> (or <cstdlib>).

The 'mix of return value and return parameters' is usually the least clean.

Having a function return a status and return data via return parameters is sensible in C; it is less obviously sensible in C++ where you could use exceptions to relay failure information instead.

If there are more than two return values, then a structure-like mechanism is probably best.

What does the shrink-to-fit viewport meta attribute do?

It is Safari specific, at least at time of writing, being introduced in Safari 9.0. From the "What's new in Safari?" documentation for Safari 9.0:

Viewport Changes

Viewport meta tags using "width=device-width" cause the page to scale down to fit content that overflows the viewport bounds. You can override this behavior by adding "shrink-to-fit=no" to your meta tag as shown below. The added value will prevent the page from scaling to fit the viewport.

<meta name="viewport" content="width=device-width, initial-scale=1.0, shrink-to-fit=no">

In short, adding this to the viewport meta tag restores pre-Safari 9.0 behaviour.

Example

Here's a worked visual example which shows the difference upon loading the page in the two configurations.

The red section is the width of the viewport and the blue section is positioned outside the initial viewport (eg left: 100vw). Note how in the first example the page is zoomed to fit when shrink-to-fit=no is omitted (thus showing the out-of-viewport content) and the blue content remains off screen in the latter example.

The code for this example can be found at https://codepen.io/davidjb/pen/ENGqpv.

Without shrink-to-fit specified

Without shrink-to-fit=no

With shrink-to-fit=no

With shrink-to-fit=no

What is a stack pointer used for in microprocessors?

The stack pointer stores the address of the most recent entry that was pushed onto the stack.

To push a value onto the stack, the stack pointer is incremented to point to the next physical memory address, and the new value is copied to that address in memory.

To pop a value from the stack, the value is copied from the address of the stack pointer, and the stack pointer is decremented, pointing it to the next available item in the stack.

The most typical use of a hardware stack is to store the return address of a subroutine call. When the subroutine is finished executing, the return address is popped off the top of the stack and placed in the Program Counter register, causing the processor to resume execution at the next instruction following the call to the subroutine.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Stack_%28data_structure%29#Hardware_stacks

How to retrieve Jenkins build parameters using the Groovy API?

thanks patrice-n! this code worked to get both queued and running jobs and their parameters:

import hudson.model.Job
import hudson.model.ParametersAction
import hudson.model.Queue
import jenkins.model.Jenkins

println("================================================")
for (Job job : Jenkins.instanceOrNull.getAllItems(Job.class)) {
    if (job.isInQueue()) {
        println("------------------------------------------------")
        println("InQueue " + job.name)

        Queue.Item queue = job.getQueueItem()
        if (queue != null) {
            println(queue.params)
        }
    }
    if (job.isBuilding()) {
        println("------------------------------------------------")
        println("Building " + job.name)

        def build = job.getBuilds().getLastBuild()
        def parameters = build?.getAllActions().find{ it instanceof ParametersAction }?.parameters
        parameters.each {
            def dump = it.dump()
            println "parameter ${it.name}: ${dump}"
        }
    }
}
println("================================================")

IsNullOrEmpty with Object

IsNullOrEmpty is essentially shorthand for the following:

return str == null || str == String.Empty;

So, no there is no function that just checks for nulls because it would be too simple. obj != null is the correct way. But you can create such a (superfluous) function yourself using the following extension:

public bool IsNull(this object obj)
{
    return obj == null;
}

Then you are able to run anyObject.IsNull().

How to bind DataTable to Datagrid

I'd do it this way:

grid1.DataContext = dt.AsEnumerable().Where(x => x < 10).AsEnumerable().CopyToDataTable().AsDataView();

and do whatever query i want between the two AsEnumerable(). If you don't need space for query, you can just do directly this:

grid1.DataContext = dt.AsDataView();

Align contents inside a div

Just another example using HTML and CSS:

<div style="width: Auto; margin: 0 auto;">Hello</div>

How does one set up the Visual Studio Code compiler/debugger to GCC?

You need to install C compiler, C/C++ extension, configure launch.json and tasks.json to be able to debug C code.

This article would guide you how to do it: https://medium.com/@jerrygoyal/run-debug-intellisense-c-c-in-vscode-within-5-minutes-3ed956e059d6

Renaming Columns in an SQL SELECT Statement

select column1 as xyz,
      column2 as pqr,
.....

from TableName;

Choice between vector::resize() and vector::reserve()

The two functions do vastly different things!

The resize() method (and passing argument to constructor is equivalent to that) will insert or delete appropriate number of elements to the vector to make it given size (it has optional second argument to specify their value). It will affect the size(), iteration will go over all those elements, push_back will insert after them and you can directly access them using the operator[].

The reserve() method only allocates memory, but leaves it uninitialized. It only affects capacity(), but size() will be unchanged. There is no value for the objects, because nothing is added to the vector. If you then insert the elements, no reallocation will happen, because it was done in advance, but that's the only effect.

So it depends on what you want. If you want an array of 1000 default items, use resize(). If you want an array to which you expect to insert 1000 items and want to avoid a couple of allocations, use reserve().

EDIT: Blastfurnace's comment made me read the question again and realize, that in your case the correct answer is don't preallocate manually. Just keep inserting the elements at the end as you need. The vector will automatically reallocate as needed and will do it more efficiently than the manual way mentioned. The only case where reserve() makes sense is when you have reasonably precise estimate of the total size you'll need easily available in advance.

EDIT2: Ad question edit: If you have initial estimate, then reserve() that estimate. If it turns out to be not enough, just let the vector do it's thing.

How can I run multiple curl requests processed sequentially?

You can specify any amount of URLs on the command line. They will be fetched in a sequential manner in the specified order.

Call one constructor from another

Before the body of the constructor, use either:

: base (parameters)

: this (parameters)

Example:

public class People: User
{
   public People (int EmpID) : base (EmpID)
   {
      // Add more statements here.
   }
}

How to zoom in/out an UIImage object when user pinches screen?

The simplest way to do this, if all you want is pinch zooming, is to place your image inside a UIWebView (write small amount of html wrapper code, reference your image, and you're basically done). The more complcated way to do this is to use touchesBegan, touchesMoved, and touchesEnded to keep track of the user's fingers, and adjust your view's transform property appropriately.

Why does the order in which libraries are linked sometimes cause errors in GCC?

Another alternative would be to specify the list of libraries twice:

gcc prog.o libA.a libB.a libA.a libB.a -o prog.x

Doing this, you don't have to bother with the right sequence since the reference will be resolved in the second block.

Java: how to convert HashMap<String, Object> to array

You may try this too.

public static String[][] getArrayFromHash(Hashtable<String,String> data){
        String[][] str = null;
        {
            Object[] keys = data.keySet().toArray();
            Object[] values = data.values().toArray();
            str = new String[keys.length][values.length];
            for(int i=0;i<keys.length;i++) {
                str[0][i] = (String)keys[i];
                str[1][i] = (String)values[i];
            }
        }
        return str;
    }

Here I am using String as return type. You may change it to required return type by you.

Disable EditText blinking cursor

Perfect Solution that goes further to the goal

Goal: Disable the blinking curser when EditText is not in focus, and enable the blinking curser when EditText is in focus. Below also opens keyboard when EditText is clicked, and hides it when you press done in the keyboard.

1) Set in your xml under your EditText:

android:cursorVisible="false"

2) Set onClickListener:

iEditText.setOnClickListener(editTextClickListener);

OnClickListener editTextClickListener = new OnClickListener() 

{

    public void onClick(View v) 
    {
         if (v.getId() == iEditText.getId()) 
        {
            iEditText.setCursorVisible(true);
        }

    }
};

3) then onCreate, capture the event when done is pressed using OnEditorActionListener to your EditText, and then setCursorVisible(false).

//onCreate...

iEditText.setOnEditorActionListener(new OnEditorActionListener() {

            @Override
            public boolean onEditorAction(TextView v, int actionId,
                    KeyEvent event) {
                    iEditText.setCursorVisible(false);
                if (event != null&& (event.getKeyCode() == KeyEvent.KEYCODE_ENTER)) {
                    InputMethodManager in = (InputMethodManager) getSystemService(Context.INPUT_METHOD_SERVICE);
                    in.hideSoftInputFromWindow(iEditText.getApplicationWindowToken(),InputMethodManager.HIDE_NOT_ALWAYS);
                }
                return false;
            }
        });

What's the idiomatic syntax for prepending to a short python list?

Lets go over 4 methods

  1. Using insert()
>>> 
>>> l = list(range(5))
>>> l
[0, 1, 2, 3, 4]
>>> l.insert(0, 5)
>>> l
[5, 0, 1, 2, 3, 4]
>>> 
  1. Using [] and +
>>> 
>>> l = list(range(5))
>>> l
[0, 1, 2, 3, 4]
>>> l = [5] + l
>>> l
[5, 0, 1, 2, 3, 4]
>>> 
  1. Using Slicing
>>> 
>>> l = list(range(5))
>>> l
[0, 1, 2, 3, 4]
>>> l[:0] = [5]
>>> l
[5, 0, 1, 2, 3, 4]
>>> 
  1. Using collections.deque.appendleft()
>>> 
>>> from collections import deque
>>> 
>>> l = list(range(5))
>>> l
[0, 1, 2, 3, 4]
>>> l = deque(l)
>>> l.appendleft(5)
>>> l = list(l)
>>> l
[5, 0, 1, 2, 3, 4]
>>> 

jQuery get an element by its data-id

This worked for me, in my case I had a button with a data-id attribute:

$("a").data("item-id");

Fiddle

Sass Variable in CSS calc() function

Interpolate:

body
    height: calc(100% - #{$body_padding})

For this case, border-box would also suffice:

body
    box-sizing: border-box
    height: 100%
    padding-top: $body_padding

Can't use System.Windows.Forms

go to the side project panel, right click on references -> add reference and find System.Windows.Forms

Any time some error like this occurs (some namespace you added is missing that is obviously there) the solution is probably this - adding a reference.

This is needed because your default project does not include everything because you probably wont need it so it saves space. A good practice is to exclude things you're not using.

Java image resize, maintain aspect ratio

Here we go:

Dimension imgSize = new Dimension(500, 100);
Dimension boundary = new Dimension(200, 200);

Function to return the new size depending on the boundary:

public static Dimension getScaledDimension(Dimension imgSize, Dimension boundary) {

    int original_width = imgSize.width;
    int original_height = imgSize.height;
    int bound_width = boundary.width;
    int bound_height = boundary.height;
    int new_width = original_width;
    int new_height = original_height;

    // first check if we need to scale width
    if (original_width > bound_width) {
        //scale width to fit
        new_width = bound_width;
        //scale height to maintain aspect ratio
        new_height = (new_width * original_height) / original_width;
    }

    // then check if we need to scale even with the new height
    if (new_height > bound_height) {
        //scale height to fit instead
        new_height = bound_height;
        //scale width to maintain aspect ratio
        new_width = (new_height * original_width) / original_height;
    }

    return new Dimension(new_width, new_height);
}

In case anyone also needs the image resizing code, here is a decent solution.

If you're unsure about the above solution, there are different ways to achieve the same result.

Best way to concatenate List of String objects?

A variation on codefin's answer

public static String concatStringsWSep(Iterable<String> strings, String separator) {
    StringBuilder sb = new StringBuilder();
    String sep = "";
    for(String s: strings) {
        sb.append(sep).append(s);
        sep = separator;
    }
    return sb.toString();                           
}

Disable Drag and Drop on HTML elements?

This JQuery Worked for me :-

$(document).ready(function() {
  $('#con_image').on('mousedown', function(e) {
      e.preventDefault();
  });
});

SQL, How to Concatenate results?

Small update on Marc we will have additional " , " at the end. i used stuff function to remove extra semicolon .

       SELECT STUFF((  SELECT ',' + ModuleValue AS ModuleValue
                           FROM ModuleValue WHERE ModuleID=@ModuleID
                      FOR XML PATH('') 
                     ), 1, 1, '' )

Insertion sort vs Bubble Sort Algorithms

insertion sort:

1.In the insertion sort swapping is not required.

2.the time complexity of insertion sort is O(n)for best case and O(n^2) worst case.

3.less complex as compared to bubble sort.

4.example: insert books in library, arrange cards.

bubble sort: 1.Swapping required in bubble sort.

2.the time complexity of bubble sort is O(n)for best case and O(n^2) worst case.

3.more complex as compared to insertion sort.

ubuntu "No space left on device" but there is tons of space

It's possible that you've run out of memory or some space elsewhere and it prompted the system to mount an overflow filesystem, and for whatever reason, it's not going away.

Try unmounting the overflow partition:

umount /tmp

or

umount overflow

How to automatically generate getters and setters in Android Studio

Use Ctrl+Enter on Mac to get list of options to generate setter, getter, constructor etc

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JavaScript array to CSV

The following code were written in ES6 and it will work in most of the browsers without an issue.

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var test_array = [["name1", 2, 3], ["name2", 4, 5], ["name3", 6, 7], ["name4", 8, 9], ["name5", 10, 11]];_x000D_
_x000D_
// Construct the comma seperated string_x000D_
// If a column values contains a comma then surround the column value by double quotes_x000D_
const csv = test_array.map(row => row.map(item => (typeof item === 'string' && item.indexOf(',') >= 0) ? `"${item}"`: String(item)).join(',')).join('\n');_x000D_
_x000D_
// Format the CSV string_x000D_
const data = encodeURI('data:text/csv;charset=utf-8,' + csv);_x000D_
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// Create a virtual Anchor tag_x000D_
const link = document.createElement('a');_x000D_
link.setAttribute('href', data);_x000D_
link.setAttribute('download', 'export.csv');_x000D_
_x000D_
// Append the Anchor tag in the actual web page or application_x000D_
document.body.appendChild(link);_x000D_
_x000D_
// Trigger the click event of the Anchor link_x000D_
link.click();_x000D_
_x000D_
// Remove the Anchor link form the web page or application_x000D_
document.body.removeChild(link);
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Extract a page from a pdf as a jpeg

I found this simple solution, PyMuPDF, output to png file. Note the library is imported as "fitz", a historical name for the rendering engine it uses.

import fitz

pdffile = "infile.pdf"
doc = fitz.open(pdffile)
page = doc.loadPage(0)  # number of page
pix = page.getPixmap()
output = "outfile.png"
pix.writePNG(output)

How to use onClick event on react Link component?

You should use this:

<Link to={this.props.myroute} onClick={hello}>Here</Link>

Or (if method hello lays at this class):

<Link to={this.props.myroute} onClick={this.hello}>Here</Link>

Update: For ES6 and latest if you want to bind some param with click method, you can use this:

    const someValue = 'some';  
....  
    <Link to={this.props.myroute} onClick={() => hello(someValue)}>Here</Link>

How to get the next auto-increment id in mysql

In PHP you can try this:

$query = mysql_query("SELECT MAX(id) FROM `your_table_name`");
$results = mysql_fetch_array($query);
$cur_auto_id = $results['MAX(id)'] + 1;

OR

$result = mysql_query("SHOW TABLE STATUS WHERE `Name` = 'your_table_name'");
$data = mysql_fetch_assoc($result);
$next_increment = $data['Auto_increment'];

Why am I getting "undefined reference to sqrt" error even though I include math.h header?

The math library must be linked in when building the executable. How to do this varies by environment, but in Linux/Unix, just add -lm to the command:

gcc test.c -o test -lm

The math library is named libm.so, and the -l command option assumes a lib prefix and .a or .so suffix.

How eliminate the tab space in the column in SQL Server 2008

See it might be worked -------

UPDATE table_name SET column_name=replace(column_name, ' ', '') //Remove white space

UPDATE table_name SET column_name=replace(column_name, '\n', '') //Remove newline

UPDATE table_name SET column_name=replace(column_name, '\t', '') //Remove all tab

Thanks Subroto

How do I compile with -Xlint:unchecked?

There is another way for gradle:

compileJava {
    options.compilerArgs << "-Xlint:unchecked" << "-Xlint:deprecation"
}

The definitive guide to form-based website authentication

I would like to add one very important comment: -

  • "In a corporate, intra- net setting," most if not all of the foregoing might not apply!

Many corporations deploy "internal use only" websites which are, effectively, "corporate applications" that happen to have been implemented through URLs. These URLs can (supposedly ...) only be resolved within "the company's internal network." (Which network magically includes all VPN-connected 'road warriors.')

When a user is dutifully-connected to the aforesaid network, their identity ("authentication") is [already ...] "conclusively known," as is their permission ("authorization") to do certain things ... such as ... "to access this website."

This "authentication + authorization" service can be provided by several different technologies, such as LDAP (Microsoft OpenDirectory), or Kerberos.

From your point-of-view, you simply know this: that anyone who legitimately winds-up at your website must be accompanied by [an environment-variable magically containing ...] a "token." (i.e. The absence of such a token must be immediate grounds for 404 Not Found.)

The token's value makes no sense to you, but, should the need arise, "appropriate means exist" by which your website can "[authoritatively] ask someone who knows (LDAP... etc.)" about any and every(!) question that you may have. In other words, you do not avail yourself of any "home-grown logic." Instead, you inquire of The Authority and implicitly trust its verdict.

Uh huh ... it's quite a mental-switch from the "wild-and-wooly Internet."

Downloading a large file using curl

I use this handy function:

By downloading it with a 4094 byte step it will not full your memory

function download($file_source, $file_target) {
    $rh = fopen($file_source, 'rb');
    $wh = fopen($file_target, 'w+b');
    if (!$rh || !$wh) {
        return false;
    }

    while (!feof($rh)) {
        if (fwrite($wh, fread($rh, 4096)) === FALSE) {
            return false;
        }
        echo ' ';
        flush();
    }

    fclose($rh);
    fclose($wh);

    return true;
}

Usage:

     $result = download('http://url','path/local/file');

You can then check if everything is ok with:

     if (!$result)
         throw new Exception('Download error...');

Attach a body onload event with JS

This takes advantage of DOMContentLoaded - which fires before onload - but allows you to stick in all your unobtrusiveness...

window.onload - Dean Edwards - The blog post talks more about it - and here is the complete code copied from the comments of that same blog.

// Dean Edwards/Matthias Miller/John Resig

function init() {
  // quit if this function has already been called
  if (arguments.callee.done) return;

  // flag this function so we don't do the same thing twice
  arguments.callee.done = true;

  // kill the timer
  if (_timer) clearInterval(_timer);

  // do stuff
};

/* for Mozilla/Opera9 */
if (document.addEventListener) {
  document.addEventListener("DOMContentLoaded", init, false);
}

/* for Internet Explorer */
/*@cc_on @*/
/*@if (@_win32)
  document.write("<script id=__ie_onload defer src=javascript:void(0)><\/script>");
  var script = document.getElementById("__ie_onload");
  script.onreadystatechange = function() {
    if (this.readyState == "complete") {
      init(); // call the onload handler
    }
  };
/*@end @*/

/* for Safari */
if (/WebKit/i.test(navigator.userAgent)) { // sniff
  var _timer = setInterval(function() {
    if (/loaded|complete/.test(document.readyState)) {
      init(); // call the onload handler
    }
  }, 10);
}

/* for other browsers */
window.onload = init;

Why are exclamation marks used in Ruby methods?

Called "Destructive Methods" They tend to change the original copy of the object you are referring to.

numbers=[1,0,10,5,8]
numbers.collect{|n| puts n*2} # would multiply each number by two
numbers #returns the same original copy
numbers.collect!{|n| puts n*2} # would multiply each number by two and destructs the original copy from the array
numbers   # returns [nil,nil,nil,nil,nil]

What is the main purpose of setTag() getTag() methods of View?

Setting of TAGs is really useful when you have a ListView and want to recycle/reuse the views. In that way the ListView is becoming very similar to the newer RecyclerView.

@Override
public View getView(int position, View convertView, ViewGroup parent)
  {
ViewHolder holder = null;

if ( convertView == null )
{
    /* There is no view at this position, we create a new one. 
       In this case by inflating an xml layout */
    convertView = mInflater.inflate(R.layout.listview_item, null);  
    holder = new ViewHolder();
    holder.toggleOk = (ToggleButton) convertView.findViewById( R.id.togOk );
    convertView.setTag (holder);
}
else
{
    /* We recycle a View that already exists */
    holder = (ViewHolder) convertView.getTag ();
}

// Once we have a reference to the View we are returning, we set its values.

// Here is where you should set the ToggleButton value for this item!!!

holder.toggleOk.setChecked( mToggles.get( position ) );

return convertView;
}

Pretty printing XML in Python

from lxml import etree
import xml.dom.minidom as mmd

xml_root = etree.parse(xml_fiel_path, etree.XMLParser())

def print_xml(xml_root):
    plain_xml = etree.tostring(xml_root).decode('utf-8')
    urgly_xml = ''.join(plain_xml .split())
    good_xml = mmd.parseString(urgly_xml)
    print(good_xml.toprettyxml(indent='    ',))

It's working well for the xml with Chinese!

Why do abstract classes in Java have constructors?

A constructor in Java doesn't actually "build" the object, it is used to initialize fields.

Imagine that your abstract class has fields x and y, and that you always want them to be initialized in a certain way, no matter what actual concrete subclass is eventually created. So you create a constructor and initialize these fields.

Now, if you have two different subclasses of your abstract class, when you instantiate them their constructors will be called, and then the parent constructor will be called and the fields will be initialized.

If you don't do anything, the default constructor of the parent will be called. However, you can use the super keyword to invoke specific constructor on the parent class.

Check if a given key already exists in a dictionary and increment it

As you can see from the many answers, there are several solutions. One instance of LBYL (look before you leap) has not been mentioned yet, the has_key() method:

my_dict = {}

def add (key):
    if my_dict.has_key(key):
        my_dict[key] += 1
    else:
        my_dict[key] = 1

if __name__ == '__main__':
    add("foo")
    add("bar")
    add("foo")
    print my_dict

How to count no of lines in text file and store the value into a variable using batch script?

You don't need to use find.

@echo off
set /a counter=0
for /f %%a in (filename) do set /a counter+=1
echo Number of lines: %counter%

This iterates all lines in the file and increases the counter variable by 1 for each line.

Getting IP address of client

I do like this,you can have a try

public String getIpAddr(HttpServletRequest request) {      
   String ip = request.getHeader("x-forwarded-for");      
   if(ip == null || ip.length() == 0 || "unknown".equalsIgnoreCase(ip)) {      
       ip = request.getHeader("Proxy-Client-IP");      
   }      
   if(ip == null || ip.length() == 0 || "unknown".equalsIgnoreCase(ip)) {      
       ip = request.getHeader("WL-Proxy-Client-IP");      
   }      
   if(ip == null || ip.length() == 0 || "unknown".equalsIgnoreCase(ip)) {      
       ip = request.getRemoteAddr();      
   }      
   return ip;      
}   

Android: Center an image

change layout weight according you will get....

Enter this:

 <LinearLayout
    android:layout_width="match_parent"
    android:layout_height="wrap_content"
    android:layout_gravity="center"
    android:layout_weight="0.03">
    <ImageView
        android:id="@+id/imageView"
        android:layout_width="match_parent"
        android:layout_height="wrap_content"
        android:layout_weight="1"
        android:scaleType="centerInside"
        android:layout_gravity="center"
        android:src="@drawable/logo" />

</LinearLayout>

How do I write data to csv file in columns and rows from a list in python?

import pandas as pd
header=['a','b','v']
df=pd.DataFrame(columns=header)
for i in range(len(doc_list)):
  d_id=(test_data.filenames[i]).split('\\')
  doc_id.append(d_id[len(d_id)-1])
  df['a']=doc_id
print(df.head())
df[column_names_to_be_updated]=np.asanyarray(data)
print(df.head())
df.to_csv('output.csv')

Using pandas dataframe,we can write to csv. First create a dataframe as per the your needs for storing in csv. Then create csv of the dataframe using pd.DataFrame.to_csv() API.

How to generate JAXB classes from XSD?

For Eclipse STS (3.5 at least) you don't need to install anything. Right click on schema.xsd -> Generate -> JAXB Classes. You'll have to specify the package & location in the next step and that's all, your classes should be generated. I guess all the above mentioned solutions work, but this seems by far the easiest (for STS users).

[UPDATE] Eclipse STS version 3.6 (based on Kepler) comes with the same functionality.

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Drawable-hdpi, Drawable-mdpi, Drawable-ldpi Android

To declare different layouts and bitmaps you'd like to use for the different screens, you must place these alternative resources in separate directories/folders.

This means that if you generate a 200x200 image for xhdpi devices, you should generate the same resource in 150x150 for hdpi, 100x100 for mdpi, and 75x75 for ldpi devices.

Then, place the files in the appropriate drawable resource directory:

MyProject/
    res/
        drawable-xhdpi/
            awesomeimage.png
        drawable-hdpi/
            awesomeimage.png
        drawable-mdpi/
            awesomeimage.png
        drawable-ldpi/
            awesomeimage.png

Any time you reference @drawable/awesomeimage, the system selects the appropriate bitmap based on the screen's density.

How to print GETDATE() in SQL Server with milliseconds in time?

these 2 are the same:

Print CAST(GETDATE() as Datetime2 (3) )
PRINT (CONVERT( VARCHAR(24), GETDATE(), 121))

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How to convert Observable<any> to array[]

Using HttpClient (Http's replacement) in Angular 4.3+, the entire mapping/casting process is made simpler/eliminated.

Using your CountryData class, you would define a service method like this:

getCountries()  {
  return this.httpClient.get<CountryData[]>('http://theUrl.com/all');
}

Then when you need it, define an array like this:

countries:CountryData[] = [];

and subscribe to it like this:

this.countryService.getCountries().subscribe(countries => this.countries = countries);

A complete setup answer is posted here also.

Get only records created today in laravel

Laravel ^5.6 - Query Scopes

For readability purposes i use query scope, makes my code more declarative.

scope query

namespace App\Models;

use Illuminate\Support\Carbon;
use Illuminate\Database\Eloquent\Model;

class MyModel extends Model
{
    // ...

    /**
     * Scope a query to only include today's entries.
     *
     * @param  \Illuminate\Database\Eloquent\Builder  $query
     * @return \Illuminate\Database\Eloquent\Builder
     */
    public function scopeCreatedToday($query)
    {
        return $query->where('created_at', '>=', Carbon::today());
    }

    // ...
}

example of usage

MyModel::createdToday()->get()

SQL generated

Sql      : select * from "my_models" where "created_at" >= ?

Bindings : ["2019-10-22T00:00:00.000000Z"]

How to print a number with commas as thousands separators in JavaScript

function formatNumber (num) {
    return num.toString().replace(/(\d)(?=(\d{3})+(?!\d))/g, "$1,")
}

print(formatNumber(2665));      // 2,665
print(formatNumber(102665));    // 102,665
print(formatNumber(111102665)); // 111,102,665

NodeJS - Error installing with NPM

I was installing appium by npm install -g appium and getting the same error on Windows 10.

Below command worked for me:

npm --add-python-to-path='true' --debug install --global windows-build-tools

https://github.com/felixrieseberg/windows-build-tools/issues/33

Extracting columns from text file with different delimiters in Linux

You can use cut with a delimiter like this:

with space delim:

cut -d " " -f1-100,1000-1005 infile.csv > outfile.csv

with tab delim:

cut -d$'\t' -f1-100,1000-1005 infile.csv > outfile.csv

I gave you the version of cut in which you can extract a list of intervals...

Hope it helps!

Find a class somewhere inside dozens of JAR files?

I know this is an old question but...
I had the same issue, so If someone is looking for a very simple solution for windows - there is a software named Locate32 Just put jar as file extension
And containing the class name
It finds the file within seconds.

Locate32 in action

Nodejs send file in response

You need use Stream to send file (archive) in a response, what is more you have to use appropriate Content-type in your response header.

There is an example function that do it:

const fs = require('fs');

// Where fileName is name of the file and response is Node.js Reponse. 
responseFile = (fileName, response) => {
  const filePath =  "/path/to/archive.rar" // or any file format

  // Check if file specified by the filePath exists 
  fs.exists(filePath, function(exists){
      if (exists) {     
        // Content-type is very interesting part that guarantee that
        // Web browser will handle response in an appropriate manner.
        response.writeHead(200, {
          "Content-Type": "application/octet-stream",
          "Content-Disposition": "attachment; filename=" + fileName
        });
        fs.createReadStream(filePath).pipe(response);
      } else {
        response.writeHead(400, {"Content-Type": "text/plain"});
        response.end("ERROR File does not exist");
      }
    });
  }
}

The purpose of the Content-Type field is to describe the data contained in the body fully enough that the receiving user agent can pick an appropriate agent or mechanism to present the data to the user, or otherwise deal with the data in an appropriate manner.

"application/octet-stream" is defined as "arbitrary binary data" in RFC 2046, purpose of this content-type is to be saved to disk - it is what you really need.

"filename=[name of file]" specifies name of file which will be downloaded.

For more information please see this stackoverflow topic.

tooltips for Button

both <button> tag and <input type="button"> accept a title attribute..

How to use RecyclerView inside NestedScrollView?

I used RecyclerView inside a NestedScrollView and it worked for me. The only gotcha I had to keep in mind was that a NestedScrollView takes only one child view. So in my case I used of LienearLayout viewgroup which was housing my RecyclerView plus a number of other views that I needed.

I experience one issue putting my RecyclerView inside the NestedScrollView. I realized that scrolling the content of my RecyclerView slacked.

I later realized that my RecyclerView was receiving the scrolling event and therefore was conflicting with the scrolling behavior of the NestedScrollView.

So to solve that problem, I had to disable the scroll functionality of my RecyclerView with this method movieListNewRecyclerView.setNestedScrollingEnabled(false);

You can checkout my Instagram for a short video of what I actually did. This is my instagram handle ofelix03

Click this image to see what I did

"Access is denied" JavaScript error when trying to access the document object of a programmatically-created <iframe> (IE-only)

IE works with iframe like all the other browsers (at least for main functions). You just have to keep a set of rules:

  • before you load any javascript in the iframe (that part of js which needs to know about the iframe parent), ensure that the parent has document.domain changed.
  • when all iframe resources are loaded, change document.domain to be the same as the one defined in parent. (You need to do this later because setting domain will cause the iframe resource's request to fail)

  • now you can make a reference for parent window: var winn = window.parent

  • now you can make a reference to parent HTML, in order to manipulate it: var parentContent = $('html', winn.document)
  • at this point you should have access to IE parent window/document and you can change it as you wont

Static variables in C++

Excuse me when I answer your questions out-of-order, it makes it easier to understand this way.

When static variable is declared in a header file is its scope limited to .h file or across all units.

There is no such thing as a "header file scope". The header file gets included into source files. The translation unit is the source file including the text from the header files. Whatever you write in a header file gets copied into each including source file.

As such, a static variable declared in a header file is like a static variable in each individual source file.

Since declaring a variable static this way means internal linkage, every translation unit #includeing your header file gets its own, individual variable (which is not visible outside your translation unit). This is usually not what you want.

I would like to know what is the difference between static variables in a header file vs declared in a class.

In a class declaration, static means that all instances of the class share this member variable; i.e., you might have hundreds of objects of this type, but whenever one of these objects refers to the static (or "class") variable, it's the same value for all objects. You could think of it as a "class global".

Also generally static variable is initialized in .cpp file when declared in a class right ?

Yes, one (and only one) translation unit must initialize the class variable.

So that does mean static variable scope is limited to 2 compilation units ?

As I said:

  • A header is not a compilation unit,
  • static means completely different things depending on context.

Global static limits scope to the translation unit. Class static means global to all instances.

I hope this helps.

PS: Check the last paragraph of Chubsdad's answer, about how you shouldn't use static in C++ for indicating internal linkage, but anonymous namespaces. (Because he's right. ;-) )

Convert HashBytes to VarChar

Use master.dbo.fn_varbintohexsubstring(0, HashBytes('SHA1', @input), 1, 0) instead of master.dbo.fn_varbintohexstr and then substringing the result.

In fact fn_varbintohexstr calls fn_varbintohexsubstring internally. The first argument of fn_varbintohexsubstring tells it to add 0xF as the prefix or not. fn_varbintohexstr calls fn_varbintohexsubstring with 1 as the first argument internaly.

Because you don't need 0xF, call fn_varbintohexsubstring directly.

Change text (html) with .animate

For fadeOut => change text => fadeIn effect We need to animate the wrapper of texts we would like change.

Example below:

HTML

<div class="timeline-yeardata">
  <div class="anime">
    <div class="ilosc-sklepow-sticker">
      <span id="amount">1400</span><br>
      sklepów
    </div>

    <div class="txts-wrap">
      <h3 class="title">Some text</h3>
      <span class="desc">Lorem ipsum description</span>
    </div>

    <div class="year-bg" id="current-year">2018</div>
  </div>
</div>


<div class="ch-timeline-wrap">
  <div class="ch-timeline">
    <div class="line"></div>

    <div class="row no-gutters">
      <div class="col">
        <a href="#2009" data-amount="9" data-y="2009" class="el current">
          <span class="yr">2009</span>
          <span class="dot"></span>

          <span class="title">Lorem  asdf asdf asdf a</span>
          <span class="desc">Ww wae awer awe rawer aser as</span>
        </a>
      </div>
      <div class="col">
        <a href="#2010" data-amount="19" data-y="2010" class="el">
          <span class="yr">2010</span>
          <span class="dot"></span>

          <span class="title">Lorem brernern</span>
          <span class="desc">A sd asdkj aksjdkajskd jaksjd kajskd jaksjd akjsdk jaskjd akjsdkajskdj akjsd k</span>
        </a>
      </div>
    </div>
  </div>
</div>

JQuery JS

$(document).ready(function(){

  $('.ch-timeline .el').on('click', function(){

    $('.ch-timeline .el').removeClass('current');
    $(this).addClass('current');

    var ilosc = $(this).data('ilosc');
    var y = $(this).data('y');
    var title = $(this).find('.title').html();
    var desc = $(this).find('desc').html();

    $('.timeline-yeardata .anime').fadeOut(400, function(){
      $('#ilosc-sklepow').html(ilosc);
      $('#current-year').html(y);
      $('.timeline-yeardata .title').html(title);
      $('.timeline-yeardata .desc').html(desc);
      $(this).fadeIn(300);
    })

  });

});

Hope this will help someone.

What is the HTML tabindex attribute?

The HTML tabindex atribute is responsible for indicating if an element is reachable by keyboard navigation. When the user presses the Tab key the focus is shifted from one element to another. By using the tabindex atribute, the tab order flow is shifted.

Mipmap drawables for icons

Since I was looking for an clarifying answer to this to determine the right type for notification icons, I'd like to add this clear statement to the topic. It's from http://developer.android.com/tools/help/image-asset-studio.html#saving

Note: Launcher icon files reside in a different location from that of other icons. They are located in the mipmap/ folder. All other icon files reside in the drawable/ folder of your project.

if, elif, else statement issues in Bash

I would recommend you having a look at the basics of conditioning in bash.

The symbol "[" is a command and must have a whitespace prior to it. If you don't give whitespace after your elif, the system interprets elif[ as a a particular command which is definitely not what you'd want at this time.

Usage:

elif(A COMPULSORY WHITESPACE WITHOUT PARENTHESIS)[(A WHITE SPACE WITHOUT PARENTHESIS)conditions(A WHITESPACE WITHOUT PARENTHESIS)]

In short, edit your code segment to:

elif [ "$seconds" -gt 0 ]

You'd be fine with no compilation errors. Your final code segment should look like this:

#!/bin/sh    
if [ "$seconds" -eq 0 ];then
       $timezone_string="Z"
    elif [ "$seconds" -gt 0 ]
    then
       $timezone_string=`printf "%02d:%02d" $seconds/3600 ($seconds/60)%60`
    else
       echo "Unknown parameter"
    fi

Remove trailing zeros from decimal in SQL Server

A DECIMAL(9,6) column will convert to float without loss of precision, so CAST(... AS float) will do the trick.


@HLGEM: saying that float is a poor choice for storing numbers and "Never use float" is not correct - you just have to know your numbers, e.g. temperature measurements would go nicely as floats.

@abatishchev and @japongskie: prefixes in front of SQL stored procs and functions are still a good idea, if not required; the links you mentioned only instructs not to use the "sp_" prefix for stored procedures which you shouldn't use, other prefixes are fine e.g. "usp_" or "spBob_"

Reference: "All integers with 6 or fewer significant decimal digits can be converted to an IEEE 754 floating-point value without loss of precision": https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Single-precision_floating-point_format

Get an object's class name at runtime

You need to first cast the instance to any because Function's type definition does not have a name property.

class MyClass {
  getName() {
    return (<any>this).constructor.name;
    // OR return (this as any).constructor.name;
  }
}

// From outside the class:
var className = (<any>new MyClass()).constructor.name;
// OR var className = (new MyClass() as any).constructor.name;
console.log(className); // Should output "MyClass"

// From inside the class:
var instance = new MyClass();
console.log(instance.getName()); // Should output "MyClass"

Update:

With TypeScript 2.4 (and potentially earlier) the code can be even cleaner:

class MyClass {
  getName() {
    return this.constructor.name;
  }
}

// From outside the class:
var className = (new MyClass).constructor.name;
console.log(className); // Should output "MyClass"

// From inside the class:
var instance = new MyClass();
console.log(instance.getName()); // Should output "MyClass"

how to make jni.h be found?

Installing the OpenJDK Development Kit (JDK) should fix your problem.

sudo apt-get install openjdk-X-jdk

This should make you able to compile without problems.

Servlet Mapping using web.xml

It allows servlets to have multiple servlet mappings:

<servlet>
    <servlet-name>Servlet1</servlet-name>
    <servlet-path>foo.Servlet</servlet-path>
</servlet>
<servlet-mapping>
    <servlet-name>Servlet1</servlet-name>
    <url-pattern>/enroll</url-pattern>
</servlet-mapping>
<servlet-mapping>
    <servlet-name>Servlet1</servlet-name>
    <url-pattern>/pay</url-pattern>
</servlet-mapping>
<servlet-mapping>
    <servlet-name>Servlet1</servlet-name>
    <url-pattern>/bill</url-pattern>
</servlet-mapping>

It allows filters to be mapped on the particular servlet:

<filter-mapping>
    <filter-name>Filter1</filter-name>
    <servlet-name>Servlet1</servlet-name>
</filter-mapping>

Your proposal would support neither of them. Note that the web.xml is read and parsed only once during application's startup, not on every HTTP request as you seem to think.

Since Servlet 3.0, there's the @WebServlet annotation which minimizes this boilerplate:

@WebServlet("/enroll")
public class Servlet1 extends HttpServlet {

See also:

Styling Google Maps InfoWindow

google.maps.event.addListener(infowindow, 'domready', function() {

    // Reference to the DIV that wraps the bottom of infowindow
    var iwOuter = $('.gm-style-iw');

    /* Since this div is in a position prior to .gm-div style-iw.
     * We use jQuery and create a iwBackground variable,
     * and took advantage of the existing reference .gm-style-iw for the previous div with .prev().
    */
    var iwBackground = iwOuter.prev();

    // Removes background shadow DIV
    iwBackground.children(':nth-child(2)').css({'display' : 'none'});

    // Removes white background DIV
    iwBackground.children(':nth-child(4)').css({'display' : 'none'});

    // Moves the infowindow 115px to the right.
    iwOuter.parent().parent().css({left: '115px'});

    // Moves the shadow of the arrow 76px to the left margin.
    iwBackground.children(':nth-child(1)').attr('style', function(i,s){ return s + 'left: 76px !important;'});

    // Moves the arrow 76px to the left margin.
    iwBackground.children(':nth-child(3)').attr('style', function(i,s){ return s + 'left: 76px !important;'});

    // Changes the desired tail shadow color.
    iwBackground.children(':nth-child(3)').find('div').children().css({'box-shadow': 'rgba(72, 181, 233, 0.6) 0px 1px 6px', 'z-index' : '1'});

    // Reference to the div that groups the close button elements.
    var iwCloseBtn = iwOuter.next();

    // Apply the desired effect to the close button
    iwCloseBtn.css({opacity: '1', right: '38px', top: '3px', border: '7px solid #48b5e9', 'border-radius': '13px', 'box-shadow': '0 0 5px #3990B9'});

    // If the content of infowindow not exceed the set maximum height, then the gradient is removed.
    if($('.iw-content').height() < 140){
      $('.iw-bottom-gradient').css({display: 'none'});
    }

    // The API automatically applies 0.7 opacity to the button after the mouseout event. This function reverses this event to the desired value.
    iwCloseBtn.mouseout(function(){
      $(this).css({opacity: '1'});
    });
  });

//CSS put in stylesheet

.gm-style-iw {
  background-color: rgb(237, 28, 36);
    border: 1px solid rgba(72, 181, 233, 0.6);
    border-radius: 10px;
    box-shadow: 0 1px 6px rgba(178, 178, 178, 0.6);
    color: rgb(255, 255, 255) !important;
    font-family: gothambook;
    text-align: center;
    top: 15px !important;
    width: 150px !important;
}

How do I connect C# with Postgres?

If you want an recent copy of npgsql, then go here

http://www.npgsql.org/

This can be installed via package manager console as

PM> Install-Package Npgsql

No newline after div?

Quoting Mr Initial Man from here:

Instead of this:

<div id="Top" class="info"></div><a href="#" class="a_info"></a>

Use this:

<span id="Top" class="info"></span><a href="#" class="a_info"></a>

Also, you could use this:

<div id="Top" class="info"><a href="#" class="a_info"></a></div>

And gostbustaz:

If you absoultely must use a <div>, you can set

div {
    display: inline;
}

in your stylesheet.

Of course, that essentially makes the <div> a <span>.

How to pass complex object to ASP.NET WebApi GET from jQuery ajax call?

If you append json data to query string, and parse it later in web api side. you can parse complex object. It's useful rather than post json object style. This is my solution.

//javascript file 
var data = { UserID: "10", UserName: "Long", AppInstanceID: "100", ProcessGUID: "BF1CC2EB-D9BD-45FD-BF87-939DD8FF9071" };
var request = JSON.stringify(data);
request = encodeURIComponent(request);

doAjaxGet("/ProductWebApi/api/Workflow/StartProcess?data=", request, function (result) {
    window.console.log(result);
});

//webapi file:
[HttpGet]
public ResponseResult StartProcess()
{
    dynamic queryJson = ParseHttpGetJson(Request.RequestUri.Query);
        int appInstanceID = int.Parse(queryJson.AppInstanceID.Value);
    Guid processGUID = Guid.Parse(queryJson.ProcessGUID.Value);
    int userID = int.Parse(queryJson.UserID.Value);
    string userName = queryJson.UserName.Value;
}

//utility function:
public static dynamic ParseHttpGetJson(string query)
{
    if (!string.IsNullOrEmpty(query))
    {
        try
        {
            var json = query.Substring(7, query.Length - 7); //seperate ?data= characters
            json = System.Web.HttpUtility.UrlDecode(json);
            dynamic queryJson = JsonConvert.DeserializeObject<dynamic>(json);

            return queryJson;
        }
        catch (System.Exception e)
        {
            throw new ApplicationException("can't deserialize object as wrong string content!", e);
        }
    }
    else
    {
        return null;
    }
}

How do I completely rename an Xcode project (i.e. inclusive of folders)?

Aside from all the steps Luke and Vaiden recommended, I also had to rename all the customModule properties in my Storyboard to match the new name, and this has to be case sensitive.

javascript create empty array of a given size

If you want to create anonymous array with some values so you can use this syntax.

_x000D_
_x000D_
var arr = new Array(50).fill().map((d,i)=>++i)
console.log(arr)
_x000D_
_x000D_
_x000D_

How do you run `apt-get` in a dockerfile behind a proxy?

As suggested by other answers, --build-arg may be the solution. In my case, I had to add --network=host in addition to the --build-arg options.

docker build -t <TARGET> --build-arg http_proxy=http://<IP:PORT> --build-arg https_proxy=http://<IP:PORT> --network=host .

Django - what is the difference between render(), render_to_response() and direct_to_template()?

Render is

def render(request, *args, **kwargs):
    """ Simple wrapper for render_to_response. """
    kwargs['context_instance'] = RequestContext(request)
    return render_to_response(*args, **kwargs)

So there is really no difference between render_to_response except it wraps your context making the template pre-processors work.

Direct to template is a generic view.

There is really no sense in using it here because there is overhead over render_to_response in the form of view function.

How to open Visual Studio Code from the command line on OSX?

If you're using visual code insiders and you want to open a file or folder in Visual Studio Code insiders from your terminal or any other command line tool then you can refer to the commands below which come by default inside visual studio code insider.

To open Visual Studio Code from command line

code-insiders --

To open the entire folder/directory

code-insiders .

To open a specific file

code-insiders file_name

eg:- code index.html

How do I grep for all non-ASCII characters?

The easy way is to define a non-ASCII character... as a character that is not an ASCII character.

LC_ALL=C grep '[^ -~]' file.xml

Add a tab after the ^ if necessary.

Setting LC_COLLATE=C avoids nasty surprises about the meaning of character ranges in many locales. Setting LC_CTYPE=C is necessary to match single-byte characters — otherwise the command would miss invalid byte sequences in the current encoding. Setting LC_ALL=C avoids locale-dependent effects altogether.

Bootstrap - How to add a logo to navbar class?

You can just display both the text and image as inline-blocks so that they dont stack. using floats like pull-left/pull-right can cause undesired issues so they should be used sparingly

<a class="navbar-brand" href="#">
  <img src="mylogo.png" style="display: inline-block;">
  <span style="display: inline-block;">My Company</span>
</a>

Getting NetworkCredential for current user (C#)

You can get the user name using System.Security.Principal.WindowsIdentity.GetCurrent() but there is not way to get current user password!

C++ preprocessor __VA_ARGS__ number of arguments

I usually use this macro to find a number of params:

#define NUMARGS(...)  (sizeof((int[]){__VA_ARGS__})/sizeof(int))

Full example:

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

#define NUMARGS(...)  (sizeof((int[]){__VA_ARGS__})/sizeof(int))
#define SUM(...)  (sum(NUMARGS(__VA_ARGS__), __VA_ARGS__))

void sum(int numargs, ...);

int main(int argc, char *argv[]) {

    SUM(1);
    SUM(1, 2);
    SUM(1, 2, 3);
    SUM(1, 2, 3, 4);

    return 1;
}

void sum(int numargs, ...) {
    int     total = 0;
    va_list ap;

    printf("sum() called with %d params:", numargs);
    va_start(ap, numargs);
    while (numargs--)
        total += va_arg(ap, int);
    va_end(ap);

    printf(" %d\n", total);

    return;
}

It is completely valid C99 code. It has one drawback, though - you cannot invoke the macro SUM() without params, but GCC has a solution to it - see here.

So in case of GCC you need to define macros like this:

#define       NUMARGS(...)  (sizeof((int[]){0, ##__VA_ARGS__})/sizeof(int)-1)
#define       SUM(...)  sum(NUMARGS(__VA_ARGS__), ##__VA_ARGS__)

and it will work even with empty parameter list

SwiftUI - How do I change the background color of a View?

Use Below Code for Navigation Bar Color Customization

struct ContentView: View {

@State var msg = "Hello SwiftUI"
init() {
    UINavigationBar.appearance().backgroundColor = .systemPink

     UINavigationBar.appearance().largeTitleTextAttributes = [
        .foregroundColor: UIColor.white,
               .font : UIFont(name:"Helvetica Neue", size: 40)!]

    // 3.
    UINavigationBar.appearance().titleTextAttributes = [
        .font : UIFont(name: "HelveticaNeue-Thin", size: 20)!]

}
var body: some View {
    NavigationView {
    Text(msg)
        .navigationBarTitle(Text("NAVIGATION BAR"))       
    }
    }
}

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Split (explode) pandas dataframe string entry to separate rows

Here is a fairly straightforward message that uses the split method from pandas str accessor and then uses NumPy to flatten each row into a single array.

The corresponding values are retrieved by repeating the non-split column the correct number of times with np.repeat.

var1 = df.var1.str.split(',', expand=True).values.ravel()
var2 = np.repeat(df.var2.values, len(var1) / len(df))

pd.DataFrame({'var1': var1,
              'var2': var2})

  var1  var2
0    a     1
1    b     1
2    c     1
3    d     2
4    e     2
5    f     2

How to create a fixed-size array of objects

This question has already been answered, but for some extra information at the time of Swift 4:

In case of performance, you should reserve memory for the array, in case of dynamically creating it, such as adding elements with Array.append().

var array = [SKSpriteNode]()
array.reserveCapacity(64)

for _ in 0..<64 {
    array.append(SKSpriteNode())
}

If you know the minimum amount of elements you'll add to it, but not the maximum amount, you should rather use array.reserveCapacity(minimumCapacity: 64).

Android, How to read QR code in my application?

try {

    Intent intent = new Intent("com.google.zxing.client.android.SCAN");
    intent.putExtra("SCAN_MODE", "QR_CODE_MODE"); // "PRODUCT_MODE for bar codes

    startActivityForResult(intent, 0);

} catch (Exception e) {

    Uri marketUri = Uri.parse("market://details?id=com.google.zxing.client.android");
    Intent marketIntent = new Intent(Intent.ACTION_VIEW,marketUri);
    startActivity(marketIntent);

}

and in onActivityResult():

@Override
protected void onActivityResult(int requestCode, int resultCode, Intent data) {           
    super.onActivityResult(requestCode, resultCode, data);
    if (requestCode == 0) {

        if (resultCode == RESULT_OK) {
            String contents = data.getStringExtra("SCAN_RESULT");
        }
        if(resultCode == RESULT_CANCELED){
            //handle cancel
        }
    }
}

Append values to a set in Python

For me, in Python 3, it's working simply in this way:

keep = keep.union((0,1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8,9,10))

I don't know if it may be correct...

Python Database connection Close

You can wrap the whole connection in a context manager, like the following:

from contextlib import contextmanager
import pyodbc
import sys

@contextmanager
def open_db_connection(connection_string, commit=False):
    connection = pyodbc.connect(connection_string)
    cursor = connection.cursor()
    try:
        yield cursor
    except pyodbc.DatabaseError as err:
        error, = err.args
        sys.stderr.write(error.message)
        cursor.execute("ROLLBACK")
        raise err
    else:
        if commit:
            cursor.execute("COMMIT")
        else:
            cursor.execute("ROLLBACK")
    finally:
        connection.close()

Then do something like this where ever you need a database connection:

with open_db_connection("...") as cursor:
    # Your code here

The connection will close when you leave the with block. This will also rollback the transaction if an exception occurs or if you didn't open the block using with open_db_connection("...", commit=True).

Moment.js: Date between dates

As Per documentation of moment js,

There is Precise Range plugin, written by Rob Dawson, can be used to display exact, human-readable representations of date/time ranges, url :http://codebox.org.uk/pages/moment-date-range-plugin

moment("2014-01-01 12:00:00").preciseDiff("2015-03-04 16:05:06");
// 1 year 2 months 3 days 4 hours 5 minutes 6 seconds

moment.preciseDiff("2014-01-01 12:00:00", "2014-04-20 12:00:00");
// 3 months 19 days

Check if an element has event listener on it. No jQuery

You don't need to. Just slap it on there as many times as you want and as often as you want. MDN explains identical event listeners:

If multiple identical EventListeners are registered on the same EventTarget with the same parameters, the duplicate instances are discarded. They do not cause the EventListener to be called twice, and they do not need to be removed manually with the removeEventListener method.

PHP mySQL - Insert new record into table with auto-increment on primary key

I prefer this syntaxis:

$query = "INSERT INTO myTable SET fname='Fname',lname='Lname',website='Website'";

Multiple definition of ... linker error

Declarations of public functions go in header files, yes, but definitions are absolutely valid in headers as well! You may declare the definition as static (only 1 copy allowed for the entire program) if you are defining things in a header for utility functions that you don't want to have to define again in each c file. I.E. defining an enum and a static function to translate the enum to a string. Then you won't have to rewrite the enum to string translator for each .c file that includes the header. :)

How to SUM and SUBTRACT using SQL?

An example for subtraction is given below:

Select value1 - (select value2 from AnyTable1) from AnyTable2

value1 & value2 can be count,sum,average output etc. But the values should be comapatible

How to convert Milliseconds to "X mins, x seconds" in Java?

Revisiting @brent-nash contribution, we could use modulus function instead of subtractions and use String.format method for the result string:

  /**
   * Convert a millisecond duration to a string format
   * 
   * @param millis A duration to convert to a string form
   * @return A string of the form "X Days Y Hours Z Minutes A Seconds B Milliseconds".
   */
   public static String getDurationBreakdown(long millis) {
       if (millis < 0) {
          throw new IllegalArgumentException("Duration must be greater than zero!");
       }

       long days = TimeUnit.MILLISECONDS.toDays(millis);
       long hours = TimeUnit.MILLISECONDS.toHours(millis) % 24;
       long minutes = TimeUnit.MILLISECONDS.toMinutes(millis) % 60;
       long seconds = TimeUnit.MILLISECONDS.toSeconds(millis) % 60;
       long milliseconds = millis % 1000;

       return String.format("%d Days %d Hours %d Minutes %d Seconds %d Milliseconds",
                            days, hours, minutes, seconds, milliseconds);
   }

Error in launching AVD with AMD processor

First of all you should have Virtualization Enabled and you can do it from BIOS setting.

After that go to Control Panel\Programs and Click on "Turn Windows features on or off" option.

You will now have a pop up window, spot "Windows Hypervisor Platform" and enable it by checking the check box.

enter image description here Restart your PC and now AVD should work without any issue.

How to round up value C# to the nearest integer?

Math.Round(0.5) returns zero due to floating point rounding errors, so you'll need to add a rounding error amount to the original value to ensure it doesn't round down, eg.

Console.WriteLine(Math.Round(0.5, 0).ToString()); // outputs 0 (!!)
Console.WriteLine(Math.Round(1.5, 0).ToString()); // outputs 2
Console.WriteLine(Math.Round(0.5 + 0.00000001, 0).ToString()); // outputs 1
Console.WriteLine(Math.Round(1.5 + 0.00000001, 0).ToString()); // outputs 2
Console.ReadKey();

Python - List of unique dictionaries

Well all the answers mentioned here are good, but in some answers one can face error if the dictionary items have nested list or dictionary, so I propose simple answer

a = [str(i) for i in a]
a = list(set(a))
a = [eval(i) for i in a]

Instagram how to get my user id from username?

First Create an Application on Instagram and get Client Id for your application

http://instagram.com/developer/

Now just copy paste following Url into browser window by replacing your Username and your Client Id https://api.instagram.com/v1/users/search?q=[Your-username]&client_id=[Your-Client-Id]

you will get a Json Result containing General Information about your account along with your Numeric user Id

MVC DateTime binding with incorrect date format

I set CurrentCulture and CurrentUICulture my custom base controller

    protected override void Initialize(RequestContext requestContext)
    {
        base.Initialize(requestContext);

        Thread.CurrentThread.CurrentCulture = CultureInfo.GetCultureInfo("en-GB");
        Thread.CurrentThread.CurrentUICulture = CultureInfo.GetCultureInfo("en-GB");
    }

Default settings Raspberry Pi /etc/network/interfaces

Assuming that you have a DHCP server running at your router I would use:

# /etc/network/interfaces
auto lo eth0
iface lo inet loopback

iface eth0 inet dhcp

After changing the file issue (as root):

/etc/init.d/networking restart

nodejs mongodb object id to string

The result returned by find is an array.

Try this instead:

console.log(user[0]["_id"]);

Exploring Docker container's file system

In my case no shell was supported in container except sh. So, this worked like a charm

docker exec -it <container-name> sh

Node.js - use of module.exports as a constructor

This question doesn't really have anything to do with how require() works. Basically, whatever you set module.exports to in your module will be returned from the require() call for it.

This would be equivalent to:

var square = function(width) {
  return {
    area: function() {
      return width * width;
    }
  };
}

There is no need for the new keyword when calling square. You aren't returning the function instance itself from square, you are returning a new object at the end. Therefore, you can simply call this function directly.

For more intricate arguments around new, check this out: Is JavaScript's "new" keyword considered harmful?

Create new user in MySQL and give it full access to one database

In case the host part is omitted it defaults to the wildcard symbol %, allowing all hosts.

CREATE USER 'service-api';

GRANT ALL PRIVILEGES ON the_db.* TO 'service-api' IDENTIFIED BY 'the_password'

SELECT * FROM mysql.user;
SHOW GRANTS FOR 'service-api'

Get the last day of the month in SQL

Try to run the following query, it will give you everything you want :)

Declare @a date =dateadd(mm, Datediff(mm,0,getdate()),0)
Print('First day of Current Month:')
Print(@a)
Print('')
set @a = dateadd(mm, Datediff(mm,0,getdate())+1,-1)
Print('Last day of Current Month:')
Print(@a)
Print('')

Print('First day of Last Month:')
set @a = dateadd(mm, Datediff(mm,0,getdate())-1,0)
Print(@a)
Print('')

Print('Last day of Last Month:') 
set @a = dateadd(mm, Datediff(mm,0,getdate()),-1)
Print(@a)
Print('')


Print('First day of Current Week:')
set @a = dateadd(ww, Datediff(ww,0,getdate()),0)
Print(@a)
Print('')

Print('Last day of Current Week:')
set @a = dateadd(ww, Datediff(ww,0,getdate())+1,-1)
Print(@a)
Print('')

Print('First day of Last Week:')
set @a =  dateadd(ww, Datediff(ww,0,getdate())-1,0)
Print(@a)
Print('')

Print('Last day of Last Week:')
set @a =  dateadd(ww, Datediff(ww,0,getdate()),-1)
Print(@a)

allowing only alphabets in text box using java script

<html>
<head>
    <title>allwon only alphabets in textbox using JavaScript</title>
    <script language="Javascript" type="text/javascript">

        function onlyAlphabets(e, t) {
            try {
                if (window.event) {
                    var charCode = window.event.keyCode;
                }
                else if (e) {
                    var charCode = e.which;
                }
                else { return true; }
                if ((charCode > 64 && charCode < 91) || (charCode > 96 && charCode < 123))
                    return true;
                else
                    return false;
            }
            catch (err) {
                alert(err.Description);
            }
        }

    </script>
</head>
<body>
    <table align="center">
        <tr>
            <td>
                <input type="text" onkeypress="return onlyAlphabets(event,this);" />
            </td>
        </tr>
    </table>
</body>
</html>