Programs & Examples On #Scancodes

How to increase size of DOSBox window?

For using DOSBox with SDL, you will need to set or change the following:

[sdl]
windowresolution=1280x960
output=opengl

Here is three options to put those settings:

  1. Edit user's default configuration, for example, using vi:

    $ dosbox -printconf
    /home/USERNAME/.dosbox/dosbox-0.74.conf
    $ vi "$(dosbox -printconf)"
    $ dosbox
    
  2. For temporary resize, create a new configuration with the three lines above, say newsize.conf:

    $ dosbox -conf newsize.conf
    

    You can use -conf to load multiple configuration and/or with -userconf for default configuration, for example:

    $ dosbox -userconf -conf newsize.conf 
    [snip]
    ---
    CONFIG:Loading primary settings from config file /home/USERNAME/.dosbox/dosbox-0.74.conf
    CONFIG:Loading additional settings from config file newsize.conf
    [snip]
    
  3. Create a dosbox.conf under current directory, DOSBox loads it as default.

DOSBox should start up and resize to 1280x960 in this case.

Note that you probably would not get any size you desired, for instance, I set 1280x720 and I got 1152x720.

Maven project.build.directory

It points to your top level output directory (which by default is target):

https://web.archive.org/web/20150527103929/http://docs.codehaus.org/display/MAVENUSER/MavenPropertiesGuide

EDIT: As has been pointed out, Codehaus is now sadly defunct. You can find details about these properties from Sonatype here:

http://books.sonatype.com/mvnref-book/reference/resource-filtering-sect-properties.html#resource-filtering-sect-project-properties

If you are ever trying to reference output directories in Maven, you should never use a literal value like target/classes. Instead you should use property references to refer to these directories.

    project.build.sourceDirectory
    project.build.scriptSourceDirectory
    project.build.testSourceDirectory
    project.build.outputDirectory
    project.build.testOutputDirectory
    project.build.directory

sourceDirectory, scriptSourceDirectory, and testSourceDirectory provide access to the source directories for the project. outputDirectory and testOutputDirectory provide access to the directories where Maven is going to put bytecode or other build output. directory refers to the directory which contains all of these output directories.

Heroku 'Permission denied (publickey) fatal: Could not read from remote repository' woes

I had the same issue. And I tried to reset my keys as everyone said, but it still didn't worked. For was because I renamed the app.

So what I did was to reset my keys and also rename app from console. Check this question for more information: Heroku push app problem

What CSS selector can be used to select the first div within another div

The MOST CORRECT answer to your question is...

#content > div:first-of-type { /* css */ }

This will apply the CSS to the first div that is a direct child of #content (which may or may not be the first child element of #content)

Another option:

#content > div:nth-of-type(1) { /* css */ }

ssh connection refused on Raspberry Pi

Apparently, the SSH server on Raspbian is now disabled by default. If there is no server listening for connections, it will not accept them. You can manually enable the SSH server according to this raspberrypi.org tutorial :

As of the November 2016 release, Raspbian has the SSH server disabled by default.

There are now multiple ways to enable it. Choose one:

From the desktop

  1. Launch Raspberry Pi Configuration from the Preferences menu
  2. Navigate to the Interfaces tab
  3. Select Enabled next to SSH
  4. Click OK

From the terminal with raspi-config

  1. Enter sudo raspi-config in a terminal window
  2. Select Interfacing Options
  3. Navigate to and select SSH
  4. Choose Yes
  5. Select Ok
  6. Choose Finish

Start the SSH service with systemctl

sudo systemctl enable ssh
sudo systemctl start ssh

On a headless Raspberry Pi

For headless setup, SSH can be enabled by placing a file named ssh, without any extension, onto the boot partition of the SD card. When the Pi boots, it looks for the ssh file. If it is found, SSH is enabled, and the file is deleted. The content of the file does not matter: it could contain text, or nothing at all.

How to fetch the row count for all tables in a SQL SERVER database

The following SQL will get you the row count of all tables in a database:

CREATE TABLE #counts
(
    table_name varchar(255),
    row_count int
)

EXEC sp_MSForEachTable @command1='INSERT #counts (table_name, row_count) SELECT ''?'', COUNT(*) FROM ?'
SELECT table_name, row_count FROM #counts ORDER BY table_name, row_count DESC
DROP TABLE #counts

The output will be a list of tables and their row counts.

If you just want the total row count across the whole database, appending:

SELECT SUM(row_count) AS total_row_count FROM #counts

will get you a single value for the total number of rows in the whole database.

Avoid Adding duplicate elements to a List C#

Taking the hint from #Felipe Oriani, I made the extension which I would like to share here for good.

public static class CollectionExtension
{
    public static void AddUniqueItem<T>(this List<T> list, T item, bool throwException)
    {
        if (!list.Contains(item))
        {
            list.Add(item);
        }
        else if(throwException)
        {
            throw new InvalidOperationException("Item already exists in the list");
        }
    }
    public static bool IsUnique<T>(this List<T> list, IEqualityComparer<T> comparer)
    {
        return list.Count == list.Distinct(comparer).Count();
    }
    public static bool IsUnique<T>(this List<T> list)
    {
        return list.Count == list.Distinct().Count();
    }
}

How do I directly modify a Google Chrome Extension File? (.CRX)

I have read the other answers and found it important to note a few other things:

1.) For Mac users: When you click "Load unpacked extension...", the Library folder is by default hidden and (even if the Show Hidden files option is toggled on your Mac) it might not show up in Chrome's finder window.

2.) The sub folder containing the extension is a random alpha-numeric string named after the extension's ID, which can be found on Chrome's extension page if Developer flag is set to true. (Upper right hand checkbox on the extensions page)

Lodash .clone and .cloneDeep behaviors

Thanks to Gruff Bunny and Louis' comments, I found the source of the issue.

As I use Backbone.js too, I loaded a special build of Lodash compatible with Backbone and Underscore that disables some features. In this example:

var clone = _.clone(data, true);

data[1].values.d = 'x';

I just replaced the Underscore build with the Normal build in my Backbone application and the application is still working. So I can now use the Lodash .clone with the expected behaviour.

Edit 2018: the Underscore build doesn't seem to exist anymore. If you are reading this in 2018, you could be interested by this documentation (Backbone and Lodash).

Android - how to replace part of a string by another string?

String str = "to";
str.replace("to", "xyz");

Just try it :)

How do I update a GitHub forked repository?

When you have cloned your forked repository, go to the directory path where your clone resides and the few lines in your Git Bash Terminal.

$ cd project-name

$ git remote add upstream https://github.com/user-name/project-name.git
 # Adding the upstream -> the main repo with which you wanna sync

$ git remote -v # you will see the upstream here 

$ git checkout master # see if you are already on master branch

$ git fetch upstream

And there you are good to go. All updated changes in the main repository will be pushed into your fork repository.

The "fetch" command is indispensable for staying up-to-date in a project: only when performing a "git fetch" will you be informed about the changes your colleagues pushed to the remote server.

You can still visit here for further queries

How to change color of Android ListView separator line?

XML version for @Asher Aslan cool effect.

<?xml version="1.0" encoding="utf-8"?>
<shape xmlns:android="http://schemas.android.com/apk/res/android" >

    <gradient
        android:angle="180"
        android:startColor="#00000000"
        android:centerColor="#FFFF0000"
        android:endColor="#00000000"/>

</shape>

Name for that shape as: list_driver.xml under drawable folder

<ListView
        android:id="@+id/category_list"
        android:layout_width="fill_parent"
        android:layout_height="fill_parent" 
        android:divider="@drawable/list_driver"
        android:dividerHeight="5sp" />

How to put a jar in classpath in Eclipse?

Right click on the project in which you want to put jar file. A window will open like this

enter image description here

Click on the AddExternal Jars there you can give the path to that jar file

Storing image in database directly or as base64 data?

I came across this really great talk by Facebook engineers about the Efficient Storage of Billions of Photos in a database

How to check if an array element exists?

You can use either the language construct isset, or the function array_key_exists.

isset should be a bit faster (as it's not a function), but will return false if the element exists and has the value NULL.


For example, considering this array :

$a = array(
    123 => 'glop', 
    456 => null, 
);

And those three tests, relying on isset :

var_dump(isset($a[123]));
var_dump(isset($a[456]));
var_dump(isset($a[789]));

The first one will get you (the element exists, and is not null) :

boolean true

While the second one will get you (the element exists, but is null) :

boolean false

And the last one will get you (the element doesn't exist) :

boolean false


On the other hand, using array_key_exists like this :

var_dump(array_key_exists(123, $a));
var_dump(array_key_exists(456, $a));
var_dump(array_key_exists(789, $a));

You'd get those outputs :

boolean true
boolean true
boolean false

Because, in the two first cases, the element exists -- even if it's null in the second case. And, of course, in the third case, it doesn't exist.


For situations such as yours, I generally use isset, considering I'm never in the second case... But choosing which one to use is now up to you ;-)

For instance, your code could become something like this :

if (!isset(self::$instances[$instanceKey])) {
    $instances[$instanceKey] = $theInstance;
}

Replace tabs with spaces in vim

If you want to keep your \t equal to 8 spaces then consider setting:

   set softtabstop=2 tabstop=8 shiftwidth=2

This will give you two spaces per <TAB> press, but actual \t in your code will still be viewed as 8 characters.

Unable to add window -- token android.os.BinderProxy is not valid; is your activity running?

one simple workaround is to catch the exception :

try {
        alertDialog.show()
    }
catch (WindowManager.BadTokenException e) {
        //use a log message
    }

It's not elegant but sometimes easy when you have to manage async operations and you are not sure wether activity is up or not when you want to show the dialog.

Deserializing JSON array into strongly typed .NET object

This solution seems to work for me and gets around having to code a bunch of classes with "Data" in them.

public interface IDataResponse<T> where T : class
{
    List<T> Data { get; set; }
}

public class DataResponse<T> : IDataResponse<T> where T : class
{
   [JsonProperty("data")]
   public List<T> Data { get; set; }
}

I should have included this to begin with, here is an example method using the above:

public List<TheUser> GetUser()
{
    var results = GetUserJson();
    var userList = JsonConvert.DeserializeObject<DataResponse<TheUser>>(results.ToString());

    return userList.Data.ToList();
} 

How do I start an activity from within a Fragment?

Use the Base Context of the Activity in which your fragment resides to start an Intent.

Intent j = new Intent(fBaseCtx, NewactivityName.class);         
startActivity(j);

where fBaseCtx is BaseContext of your current activity. You can get it as fBaseCtx = getBaseContext();

What is the difference between a static and const variable?

static

is used for making the variable a class variable. You need not define a static variable while declaring.

Example:

#include <iostream>

class dummy
{
        public:
                static int dum;
};


int dummy::dum = 0; //This is important for static variable, otherwise you'd get a linking error

int main()
{
        dummy d;
        d.dum = 1;

        std::cout<<"Printing dum from object: "<<d.dum<<std::endl;
        std::cout<<"Printing dum from class: "<<dummy::dum<<std::endl;

        return 0;
}

This would print: Printing dum from object: 1 Printing dum from class: 1

The variable dum is a class variable. Trying to access it via an object just informs the compiler that it is a variable of which class. Consider a scenario where you could use a variable to count the number of objects created. static would come in handy there.

const

is used to make it a read-only variable. You need to define and declare the const variable at once.

In the same program mentioned above, let's make the dum a const as well:

class dummy
{
        public:
                static const int dum; // This would give an error. You need to define it as well
                static const int dum = 1; //this is correct
                const int dum = 1; //Correct. Just not making it a class variable

};

Suppose in the main, I am doing this:

int main()
{
        dummy d;
        d.dum = 1; //Illegal!

        std::cout<<"Printing dum from object: "<<d.dum<<std::endl;
        std::cout<<"Printing dum from class: "<<dummy::dum<<std::endl;

        return 0;
}

Though static has been manageable to understand, const is messed up in c++. The following resource helps in understanding it better: http://duramecho.com/ComputerInformation/WhyHowCppConst.html

Python: How to get stdout after running os.system?

If all you need is the stdout output, then take a look at subprocess.check_output():

import subprocess

batcmd="dir"
result = subprocess.check_output(batcmd, shell=True)

Because you were using os.system(), you'd have to set shell=True to get the same behaviour. You do want to heed the security concerns about passing untrusted arguments to your shell.

If you need to capture stderr as well, simply add stderr=subprocess.STDOUT to the call:

result = subprocess.check_output([batcmd], stderr=subprocess.STDOUT)

to redirect the error output to the default output stream.

If you know that the output is text, add text=True to decode the returned bytes value with the platform default encoding; use encoding="..." instead if that codec is not correct for the data you receive.

.attr('checked','checked') does not work

Why not try IS?

$('selector').is(':checked') /* result true or false */

Look a FAQ: jQuery .is() enjoin us ;-)

How to get a Color from hexadecimal Color String

Convert that string to an int color which can be used in setBackgroundColor and setTextColor

String string = "#FFFF0000";
int color = Integer.parseInt(string.replaceFirst("^#",""), 16);

The 16 means it is hexadecimal and not your regular 0-9. The result should be the same as

int color = 0xFFFF0000;

Overwriting txt file in java

SOLVED

My biggest "D'oh" moment! I've been compiling it on Eclipse rather than cmd which was where I was executing it. So my newly compiled classes went to the bin folder and the compiled class file via command prompt remained the same in my src folder. I recompiled with my new code and it works like a charm.

File fold = new File("../playlist/" + existingPlaylist.getText() + ".txt");
fold.delete();

File fnew = new File("../playlist/" + existingPlaylist.getText() + ".txt");

String source = textArea.getText();
System.out.println(source);

try {
    FileWriter f2 = new FileWriter(fnew, false);
    f2.write(source);
    f2.close();

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

Should a RESTful 'PUT' operation return something

seems ok... though I'd think a rudimentary indication of success/failure/time posted/# bytes received/etc. would be preferable.

edit: I was thinking along the lines of data integrity and/or record-keeping; metadata such as an MD5 hash or timestamp for time received may be helpful for large datafiles.

How to use a global array in C#?

Your class shoud look something like this:

class Something {     int[] array; //global array, replace type of course     void function1() {        array = new int[10]; //let say you declare it here that will be 10 integers in size     }     void function2() {        array[0] = 12; //assing value at index 0 to 12.     } } 

That way you array will be accessible in both functions. However, you must be careful with global stuff, as you can quickly overwrite something.

What are the differences between using the terminal on a mac vs linux?

If you did a new or clean install of OS X version 10.3 or more recent, the default user terminal shell is bash.

Bash is essentially an enhanced and GNU freeware version of the original Bourne shell, sh. If you have previous experience with bash (often the default on GNU/Linux installations), this makes the OS X command-line experience familiar, otherwise consider switching your shell either to tcsh or to zsh, as some find these more user-friendly.

If you upgraded from or use OS X version 10.2.x, 10.1.x or 10.0.x, the default user shell is tcsh, an enhanced version of csh('c-shell'). Early implementations were a bit buggy and the programming syntax a bit weird so it developed a bad rap.

There are still some fundamental differences between mac and linux as Gordon Davisson so aptly lists, for example no useradd on Mac and ifconfig works differently.

The following table is useful for knowing the various unix shells.

sh      The original Bourne shell   Present on every unix system 
ksh     Original Korn shell         Richer shell programming environment than sh 
csh     Original C-shell            C-like syntax; early versions buggy 
tcsh    Enhanced C-shell            User-friendly and less buggy csh implementation 
bash    GNU Bourne-again shell      Enhanced and free sh implementation 
zsh     Z shell                     Enhanced, user-friendly ksh-like shell

You may also find these guides helpful:

http://homepage.mac.com/rgriff/files/TerminalBasics.pdf

http://guides.macrumors.com/Terminal
http://www.ofb.biz/safari/article/476.html

On a final note, I am on Linux (Ubuntu 11) and Mac osX so I use bash and the thing I like the most is customizing the .bashrc (source'd from .bash_profile on OSX) file with aliases, some examples below. I now placed all my aliases in a separate .bash_aliases file and include it with:

if [ -f ~/.bash_aliases ]; then
    . ~/.bash_aliases
fi

in the .bashrc or .bash_profile file.

Note that this is an example of a mac-linux difference because on a Mac you can't have the --color=auto. The first time I did this (without knowing) I redefined ls to be invalid which was a bit alarming until I removed --auto-color !

You may also find https://unix.stackexchange.com/q/127799/10043 useful

# ~/.bash_aliases
# ls variants
#alias l='ls -CF' 
alias la='ls -A' 
alias l='ls -alFtr' 
alias lsd='ls -d .*' 
# Various
alias h='history | tail'
alias hg='history | grep'
alias mv='mv -i' 
alias zap='rm -i'
# One letter quickies:
alias p='pwd'
alias x='exit'
alias {ack,ak}='ack-grep'
# Directories
alias s='cd ..'
alias play='cd ~/play/'
# Rails
alias src='script/rails console'
alias srs='script/rails server'
alias raked='rake db:drop db:create db:migrate db:seed' 
alias rvm-restart='source '\''/home/durrantm/.rvm/scripts/rvm'\'''
alias rrg='rake routes | grep '
alias rspecd='rspec --drb '
#
# DropBox - syncd
WORKBASE="~/Dropbox/97_2012/work"
alias work="cd $WORKBASE"
alias code="cd $WORKBASE/ror/code"
#
# DropNot - NOT syncd !
WORKBASE_GIT="~/Dropnot"
alias {dropnot,not}="cd $WORKBASE_GIT"
alias {webs,ww}="cd $WORKBASE_GIT/webs"
alias {setups,docs}="cd $WORKBASE_GIT/setups_and_docs"
alias {linker,lnk}="cd $WORKBASE_GIT/webs/rails_v3/linker"
#
# git
alias {gsta,gst}='git status' 
# Warning: gst conflicts with gnu-smalltalk (when used).
alias {gbra,gb}='git branch'
alias {gco,go}='git checkout'
alias {gcob,gob}='git checkout -b '
alias {gadd,ga}='git add '
alias {gcom,gc}='git commit'
alias {gpul,gl}='git pull '
alias {gpus,gh}='git push '
alias glom='git pull origin master'
alias ghom='git push origin master'
alias gg='git grep '
#
# vim
alias v='vim'
#
# tmux
alias {ton,tn}='tmux set -g mode-mouse on'
alias {tof,tf}='tmux set -g mode-mouse off'
#
# dmc
alias {dmc,dm}='cd ~/Dropnot/webs/rails_v3/dmc/'
alias wf='cd ~/Dropnot/webs/rails_v3/dmc/dmWorkflow'
alias ws='cd ~/Dropnot/webs/rails_v3/dmc/dmStaffing'

Work with a time span in Javascript

Moment.js provides such functionality:

http://momentjs.com/

It's well documented and nice library.

It should go along the lines "Duration" and "Humanize of API http://momentjs.com/docs/#/displaying/from/

 var d1, d2; // Timepoints
 var differenceInPlainText = moment(a).from(moment(b), true); // Add true for suffixless text

how to get value of selected item in autocomplete

When autocomplete changes a value, it fires a autocompletechange event, not the change event

$(document).ready(function () {
    $('#tags').on('autocompletechange change', function () {
        $('#tagsname').html('You selected: ' + this.value);
    }).change();
});

Demo: Fiddle

Another solution is to use select event, because the change event is triggered only when the input is blurred

$(document).ready(function () {
    $('#tags').on('change', function () {
        $('#tagsname').html('You selected: ' + this.value);
    }).change();
    $('#tags').on('autocompleteselect', function (e, ui) {
        $('#tagsname').html('You selected: ' + ui.item.value);
    });
});

Demo: Fiddle

How to get a DOM Element from a JQuery Selector

Edit: seems I was wrong in assuming you could not get the element. As others have posted here, you can get it with:

$('#element').get(0);

I have verified this actually returns the DOM element that was matched.

I can't install python-ldap

As a general solution to install Python packages with binary dependencies [1] on Debian/Ubuntu:

sudo apt-get build-dep python-ldap
# installs system dependencies (but not the package itself)
pew workon my_virtualenv # enter your virtualenv
pip install python-ldap

You'll have to check the name of your Python package on Ubuntu versus PyPI. In this case they're the same.

Obviously doesn't work if the Python package is not in the Ubuntu repos.

[1] I learnt this trick when trying to pip install matplotlib on Ubuntu.

How to add plus one (+1) to a SQL Server column in a SQL Query

"UPDATE TableName SET TableField = TableField + 1 WHERE SomeFilterField = @ParameterID"

Disable a link in Bootstrap

I just removed 'href' attribute from that anchor tag which I want to disable

$('#idOfAnchorTag').removeAttr('href');

$('#idOfAnchorTag').attr('class', $('#idOfAnchorTag').attr('class')+ ' disabled');

Difference between framework vs Library vs IDE vs API vs SDK vs Toolkits?

The Car Analogy

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IDE: The MS Office of Programming. It's where you type your code, plus some added features to make you a happier programmer. (e.g. Eclipse, Netbeans). Car body: It's what you really touch, see and work on.

Library: A library is a collection of functions, often grouped into multiple program files, but packaged into a single archive file. This contains programs created by other folks, so that you don't have to reinvent the wheel. (e.g. junit.jar, log4j.jar). A library generally has a key role, but does all of its work behind the scenes, it doesn't have a GUI. Car's engine.

API: The library publisher's documentation. This is how you should use my library. (e.g. log4j API, junit API). Car's user manual - yes, cars do come with one too!


Kits

What is a kit? It's a collection of many related items that work together to provide a specific service. When someone says medicine kit, you get everything you need for an emergency: plasters, aspirin, gauze and antiseptic, etc.

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SDK: McDonald's Happy Meal. You have everything you need (and don't need) boxed neatly: main course, drink, dessert and a bonus toy. An SDK is a bunch of different software components assembled into a package, such that they're "ready-for-action" right out of the box. It often includes multiple libraries and can, but may not necessarily include plugins, API documentation, even an IDE itself. (e.g. iOS Development Kit).

Toolkit: GUI. GUI. GUI. When you hear 'toolkit' in a programming context, it will often refer to a set of libraries intended for GUI development. Since toolkits are UI-centric, they often come with plugins (or standalone IDE's) that provide screen-painting utilities. (e.g. GWT)

Framework: While not the prevalent notion, a framework can be viewed as a kit. It also has a library (or a collection of libraries that work together) that provides a specific coding structure & pattern (thus the word, framework). (e.g. Spring Framework)

How to create websockets server in PHP

I've searched the minimal solution possible to do PHP + WebSockets during hours, until I found this article:

Super simple PHP WebSocket example

It doesn't require any third-party library.

Here is how to do it: create a index.html containing this:

<html>
<body>
    <div id="root"></div>
    <script>
        var host = 'ws://<<<IP_OF_YOUR_SERVER>>>:12345/websockets.php';
        var socket = new WebSocket(host);
        socket.onmessage = function(e) {
            document.getElementById('root').innerHTML = e.data;
        };
    </script>
</body>
</html>

and open it in the browser, just after you have launched php websockets.php in the command-line (yes, it will be an event loop, constantly running PHP script), with this websockets.php file.

Create a date from day month and year with T-SQL

Try

CAST(STR(DATEPART(year, DATE))+'-'+ STR(DATEPART(month, DATE)) +'-'+ STR(DATEPART(day, DATE)) AS DATETIME)

How to urlencode a querystring in Python?

Try this:

urllib.pathname2url(stringToURLEncode)

urlencode won't work because it only works on dictionaries. quote_plus didn't produce the correct output.

How to split a comma-separated value to columns

SELECT id,
       Substring(NAME, 0, Charindex(',', NAME))             AS firstname,
       Substring(NAME, Charindex(',', NAME), Len(NAME) + 1) AS lastname
FROM   spilt  

Password encryption at client side

This sort of protection is normally provided by using HTTPS, so that all communication between the web server and the client is encrypted.

The exact instructions on how to achieve this will depend on your web server.

The Apache documentation has a SSL Configuration HOW-TO guide that may be of some help. (thanks to user G. Qyy for the link)

jQuery get selected option value (not the text, but the attribute 'value')

$('select').change(function() {
    console.log($(this).val())
});?

jsFiddle example

.val() will get the value.

How to validate a url in Python? (Malformed or not)

Validate URL with urllib and Django-like regex

The Django URL validation regex was actually pretty good but I needed to tweak it a little bit for my use case. Feel free to adapt it to yours!

Python 3.7

import re
import urllib

# Check https://regex101.com/r/A326u1/5 for reference
DOMAIN_FORMAT = re.compile(
    r"(?:^(\w{1,255}):(.{1,255})@|^)" # http basic authentication [optional]
    r"(?:(?:(?=\S{0,253}(?:$|:))" # check full domain length to be less than or equal to 253 (starting after http basic auth, stopping before port)
    r"((?:[a-z0-9](?:[a-z0-9-]{0,61}[a-z0-9])?\.)+" # check for at least one subdomain (maximum length per subdomain: 63 characters), dashes in between allowed
    r"(?:[a-z0-9]{1,63})))" # check for top level domain, no dashes allowed
    r"|localhost)" # accept also "localhost" only
    r"(:\d{1,5})?", # port [optional]
    re.IGNORECASE
)
SCHEME_FORMAT = re.compile(
    r"^(http|hxxp|ftp|fxp)s?$", # scheme: http(s) or ftp(s)
    re.IGNORECASE
)

def validate_url(url: str):
    url = url.strip()

    if not url:
        raise Exception("No URL specified")

    if len(url) > 2048:
        raise Exception("URL exceeds its maximum length of 2048 characters (given length={})".format(len(url)))

    result = urllib.parse.urlparse(url)
    scheme = result.scheme
    domain = result.netloc

    if not scheme:
        raise Exception("No URL scheme specified")

    if not re.fullmatch(SCHEME_FORMAT, scheme):
        raise Exception("URL scheme must either be http(s) or ftp(s) (given scheme={})".format(scheme))

    if not domain:
        raise Exception("No URL domain specified")

    if not re.fullmatch(DOMAIN_FORMAT, domain):
        raise Exception("URL domain malformed (domain={})".format(domain))

    return url

Explanation

  • The code only validates the scheme and netloc part of a given URL. (To do this properly, I split the URL with urllib.parse.urlparse() in the two according parts which are then matched with the corresponding regex terms.)
  • The netloc part stops before the first occurrence of a slash /, so port numbers are still part of the netloc, e.g.:

    https://www.google.com:80/search?q=python
    ^^^^^   ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
      |             |      
      |             +-- netloc (aka "domain" in my code)
      +-- scheme
    
  • IPv4 addresses are also validated

IPv6 Support

If you want the URL validator to also work with IPv6 addresses, do the following:

  • Add is_valid_ipv6(ip) from Markus Jarderot's answer, which has a really good IPv6 validator regex
  • Add and not is_valid_ipv6(domain) to the last if

Examples

Here are some examples of the regex for the netloc (aka domain) part in action:

How to make a view with rounded corners?

Create a xml file under your drawable folder with following code. (The name of the file I created is rounded_corner.xml)

rounded_corner.xml

    <?xml version="1.0" encoding="utf-8"?>
    <shape
        xmlns:android="http://schemas.android.com/apk/res/android"
        android:shape="rectangle">

        <!-- view background color -->
        <solid
            android:color="#a9c5ac" >
        </solid>

        <!-- view border color and width -->
        <stroke
            android:width="3dp"
            android:color="#1c1b20" >
        </stroke>

        <!-- If you want to add some padding -->
        <padding
            android:left="4dp"
            android:top="4dp"
            android:right="4dp"
            android:bottom="4dp"    >
        </padding>

        <!-- Here is the corner radius -->
        <corners
            android:radius="10dp"   >
        </corners>
    </shape>

And keep this drawable as background for the view to which you want to keep rounded corner border. Let’s keep it for a LinearLayout

    <LinearLayout android:layout_width="wrap_content"
            android:layout_height="wrap_content"
            android:background="@drawable/rounded_corner"
            android:layout_centerInParent="true">

            <TextView android:layout_width="fill_parent"
                android:layout_height="wrap_content"
                android:text="Hi, This layout has rounded corner borders ..."
                android:gravity="center"
                android:padding="5dp"/>

    </LinearLayout>

Simplest way to display current month and year like "Aug 2016" in PHP?

Full version:

<? echo date('F Y'); ?>

Short version:

<? echo date('M Y'); ?>

Here is a good reference for the different date options.

update

To show the previous month we would have to introduce the mktime() function and make use of the optional timestamp parameter for the date() function. Like this:

echo date('F Y', mktime(0, 0, 0, date('m')-1, 1, date('Y')));

This will also work (it's typically used to get the last day of the previous month):

echo date('F Y', mktime(0, 0, 0, date('m'), 0, date('Y')));

Hope that helps.

How do I call Objective-C code from Swift?

One more thing I would like to add here:

I am very thankful for @Logan's answer. It helps a lot to create a bridge file and setups.

But after doing all these steps I'm still not getting an Objective-C class in Swift.

I used the cocoapods library and integrated it into my project. Which is pod "pop".

So if you are using Objective-C pods in Swift then there may be a chance that you can not able to get or import the classes into Swift.

The simple thing you have to do is:

  1. Go to <YOUR-PROJECT>-Bridging-Header file and
  2. Replace the statement #import <ObjC_Framework> to @import ObjC_Framework

For example: (Pop library)

Replace

#import <pop/POP.h>

with

@import pop;

Use clang import when #import is not working.

Java swing application, close one window and open another when button is clicked

Use this.dispose for current window to close and next_window.setVisible(true) to show next window behind button property ActionPerformed , Example is shown below in pic for your help.

enter image description here

vagrant login as root by default

Dont't forget root is allowed root to login before!!!

Place the config code below in /etc/ssh/sshd_config file.

PermitRootLogin yes

Get connection status on Socket.io client

You can check the socket.connected property:

var socket = io.connect();
console.log('check 1', socket.connected);
socket.on('connect', function() {
  console.log('check 2', socket.connected);
});

It's updated dynamically, if the connection is lost it'll be set to false until the client picks up the connection again. So easy to check for with setInterval or something like that.

Another solution would be to catch disconnect events and track the status yourself.

preg_match(); - Unknown modifier '+'

You need to use delimiters with regexes in PHP. You can use the often used /, but PHP lets you use any matching characters, so @ and # are popular.

Further Reading.

If you are interpolating variables inside your regex, be sure to pass the delimiter you chose as the second argument to preg_quote().

How do you change the server header returned by nginx?

Like Apache, this is a quick edit to the source and recompile. From Calomel.org:

The Server: string is the header which is sent back to the client to tell them what type of http server you are running and possibly what version. This string is used by places like Alexia and Netcraft to collect statistics about how many and of what type of web server are live on the Internet. To support the author and statistics for Nginx we recommend keeping this string as is. But, for security you may not want people to know what you are running and you can change this in the source code. Edit the source file src/http/ngx_http_header_filter_module.c at look at lines 48 and 49. You can change the String to anything you want.

## vi src/http/ngx_http_header_filter_module.c (lines 48 and 49)
static char ngx_http_server_string[] = "Server: MyDomain.com" CRLF;
static char ngx_http_server_full_string[] = "Server: MyDomain.com" CRLF;

March 2011 edit: Props to Flavius below for pointing out a new option, replacing Nginx's standard HttpHeadersModule with the forked HttpHeadersMoreModule. Recompiling the standard module is still the quick fix, and makes sense if you want to use the standard module and won't be changing the server string often. But if you want more than that, the HttpHeadersMoreModule is a strong project and lets you do all sorts of runtime black magic with your HTTP headers.

Create a dictionary with list comprehension

In fact, you don't even need to iterate over the iterable if it already comprehends some kind of mapping, the dict constructor doing it graciously for you:

>>> ts = [(1, 2), (3, 4), (5, 6)]
>>> dict(ts)
{1: 2, 3: 4, 5: 6}
>>> gen = ((i, i+1) for i in range(1, 6, 2))
>>> gen
<generator object <genexpr> at 0xb7201c5c>
>>> dict(gen)
{1: 2, 3: 4, 5: 6}

Jackson JSON: get node name from json-tree

This answer applies to Jackson versions prior to 2+ (originally written for 1.8). See @SupunSameera's answer for a version that works with newer versions of Jackson.


The JSON terms for "node name" is "key." Since JsonNode#iterator() does not include keys, you need to iterate differently:

for (Map.Entry<String, JsonNode> elt : rootNode.fields())
{
    if ("foo".equals(elt.getKey()))
    {
        // bar
    }
}

If you only need to see the keys, you can simplify things a bit with JsonNode#fieldNames():

for (String key : rootNode.fieldNames())
{
    if ("foo".equals(key))
    {
        // bar
    }
}

And if you just want to find the node with key "foo", you can access it directly. This will yield better performance (constant-time lookup) and cleaner/clearer code than using a loop:

JsonNode foo = rootNode.get("foo");
if (foo != null)
{
    // frob that widget
}

How can I have Github on my own server?

I tried gitosis that is fully command line. And I chose this one.

Being a Java guy, I also looked with interest to Gitblit.

Each for object?

for(var key in object) {
   console.log(object[key]);
}

How do I find which rpm package supplies a file I'm looking for?

You can do this alike here but with your package. In my case, it was lsb_release

Run: yum whatprovides lsb_release

Response:

redhat-lsb-core-4.1-24.el7.i686 : LSB Core module support
Repo        : rhel-7-server-rpms
Matched from:
Filename    : /usr/bin/lsb_release

redhat-lsb-core-4.1-24.el7.x86_64 : LSB Core module support
Repo        : rhel-7-server-rpms
Matched from:
Filename    : /usr/bin/lsb_release

redhat-lsb-core-4.1-27.el7.i686 : LSB Core module support
Repo        : rhel-7-server-rpms
Matched from:
Filename    : /usr/bin/lsb_release

redhat-lsb-core-4.1-27.el7.x86_64 : LSB Core module support
Repo        : rhel-7-server-rpms
Matched from:
Filename    : /usr/bin/lsb_release`

Run to install: yum install redhat-lsb-core

The package name SHOULD be without number and system type so yum packager can choose what is best for him.

Failed to execute 'postMessage' on 'DOMWindow': The target origin provided does not match the recipient window's origin ('null')

My issue was I was instatiating the player completely from start but I used an iframe instead of a wrapper div.

Generate full SQL script from EF 5 Code First Migrations

The API appears to have changed (or at least, it doesn't work for me).

Running the following in the Package Manager Console works as expected:

Update-Database -Script -SourceMigration:0

Installing mcrypt extension for PHP on OSX Mountain Lion

For me, on Yosemite

$ brew install mcrypt php56-mcrypt

restart computer

did the trick.

Open a new tab on button click in AngularJS

You should use the $location service

Angular docs:

how to install tensorflow on anaconda python 3.6

conda create -n tensorflow_gpuenv tensorflow-gpu

Or

type the command pip install c:.*.whl in command prompt (cmd).

Can I get the name of the current controller in the view?

controller_name holds the name of the controller used to serve the current view.

How to compile without warnings being treated as errors?

If you are compiling linux kernel. For example, if you want to disable the warning that is "unused-but-set-variable" been treated as error. You can add a statement:

KBUILD_CFLAGS += $(call cc-option,-Wno-error=unused-but-set-variable,)

in your Makefile

How to post a file from a form with Axios

Add the file to a formData object, and set the Content-Type header to multipart/form-data.

var formData = new FormData();
var imagefile = document.querySelector('#file');
formData.append("image", imagefile.files[0]);
axios.post('upload_file', formData, {
    headers: {
      'Content-Type': 'multipart/form-data'
    }
})

Why is Dictionary preferred over Hashtable in C#?

People are saying that a Dictionary is the same as a hash table.

This is not necessarily true. A hash table is one way to implement a dictionary. A typical one at that, and it may be the default one in .NET in the Dictionary class, but it's not by definition the only one.

You could equally well implement a dictionary using a linked list or a search tree, it just wouldn't be as efficient (for some metric of efficient).

Fastest way to check if a value exists in a list

a = [4,2,3,1,5,6]

index = dict((y,x) for x,y in enumerate(a))
try:
   a_index = index[7]
except KeyError:
   print "Not found"
else:
   print "found"

This will only be a good idea if a doesn't change and thus we can do the dict() part once and then use it repeatedly. If a does change, please provide more detail on what you are doing.

How can I use the HTML5 canvas element in IE?

You can try fxCanvas: https://code.google.com/p/fxcanvas/

It implements almost all Canvas API within flash shim.

Code signing is required for product type Unit Test Bundle in SDK iOS 8.0

The other advice here didn't help me, but I fixed this error by going to Product > Scheme > Edit Scheme. Then I clicked Build on the left hand side and deselected any checkboxes next to AppNameTests. I'm using XCode 6.3

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C function that counts lines in file

Here is complete implementation in C/C++

#include <stdio.h>

void lineCount(int argc,char **argv){

        if(argc < 2){
             fprintf(stderr,"File required");
             return;
        }
        FILE *fp = fopen(argv[1],"r");



        if(!fp){
            fprintf(stderr,"Error in opening file");
            return ;      
        }

        int count = 1; //if a file open ,be it empty, it has atleast a newline char
        char temp;

        while(fscanf(fp,"%c",&temp) != -1){
                if(temp == 10) count++;
        }

        fprintf(stdout,"File has %d lines\n",count);
   }

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

        lineCount(argc,argv);
        return 0;
}
https://github.com/KotoJallow/Line-Count/blob/master/lineCount.c

Is there a limit on an Excel worksheet's name length?

I just tested a couple paths using Excel 2013 on on Windows 7. I found the overall pathname limit to be 213 and the basename length to be 186. At least the error dialog for exceeding basename length is clear: basename error

And trying to move a not-too-long basename to a too-long-pathname is also very clear:enter image description here

The pathname error is deceptive, though. Quite unhelpful:enter image description here

This is a lazy Microsoft restriction. There's no good reason for these arbitrary length limits, but in the end, it’s a real bug in the error dialog.

Receiving JSON data back from HTTP request

Install this nuget package from Microsoft System.Net.Http.Json. It contains extension methods.

Then add using System.Net.Http.Json

Now, you'll be able to see these methods:

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So you can now do this:

await httpClient.GetFromJsonAsync<IList<WeatherForecast>>("weatherforecast");

Source: https://www.stevejgordon.co.uk/sending-and-receiving-json-using-httpclient-with-system-net-http-json

Python Hexadecimal

I think this is what you want:

>>> def twoDigitHex( number ):
...     return '%02x' % number
... 
>>> twoDigitHex( 2 )
'02'
>>> twoDigitHex( 255 )
'ff'

Iterate over array of objects in Typescript

In Typescript and ES6 you can also use for..of:

for (var product of products) {
     console.log(product.product_desc)
}

which will be transcoded to javascript:

for (var _i = 0, products_1 = products; _i < products_1.length; _i++) {
    var product = products_1[_i];
    console.log(product.product_desc);
}

What is the difference between dynamic and static polymorphism in Java?

Polymorphism

1. Static binding/Compile-Time binding/Early binding/Method overloading.(in same class)

2. Dynamic binding/Run-Time binding/Late binding/Method overriding.(in different classes)

overloading example:

class Calculation {  
  void sum(int a,int b){System.out.println(a+b);}  
  void sum(int a,int b,int c){System.out.println(a+b+c);}  

  public static void main(String args[]) {  
    Calculation obj=new Calculation();  
    obj.sum(10,10,10);  // 30
    obj.sum(20,20);     //40 
  }  
}  

overriding example:

class Animal {    
   public void move(){
      System.out.println("Animals can move");
   }
}

class Dog extends Animal {

   public void move() {
      System.out.println("Dogs can walk and run");
   }
}

public class TestDog {

   public static void main(String args[]) {
      Animal a = new Animal(); // Animal reference and object
      Animal b = new Dog(); // Animal reference but Dog object

      a.move();//output: Animals can move

      b.move();//output:Dogs can walk and run
   }
}

Git: which is the default configured remote for branch?

Track the remote branch

You can specify the default remote repository for pushing and pulling using git-branch’s track option. You’d normally do this by specifying the --track option when creating your local master branch, but as it already exists we’ll just update the config manually like so:

Edit your .git/config

[branch "master"]
  remote = origin
  merge = refs/heads/master

Now you can simply git push and git pull.

[source]

Comparing Dates in Oracle SQL

You can use trunc and to_date as follows:

select TO_CHAR (g.FECHA, 'DD-MM-YYYY HH24:MI:SS') fecha_salida, g.NUMERO_GUIA, g.BOD_ORIGEN, g.TIPO_GUIA, dg.DOC_NUMERO, dg.* 
from ils_det_guia dg, ils_guia g
where dg.NUMERO_GUIA = g.NUMERO_GUIA and dg.TIPO_GUIA = g.TIPO_GUIA and dg.BOD_ORIGEN = g.BOD_ORIGEN
and dg.LAB_CODIGO = 56 
and trunc(g.FECHA) > to_date('01/02/15','DD/MM/YY')
order by g.FECHA;

Where to put default parameter value in C++?

You may do in either (according to standard), but remember, if your code is seeing the declaration without default argument(s) before the definition that contains default argument, then compilation error can come.

For example, if you include header containing function declaration without default argument list, thus compiler will look for that prototype as it is unaware of your default argument values and hence prototype won't match.

If you are putting function with default argument in definition, then include that file but I won't suggest that.

differences in application/json and application/x-www-form-urlencoded

webRequest.ContentType = "application/x-www-form-urlencoded";

  1. Where does application/x-www-form-urlencoded's name come from?

    If you send HTTP GET request, you can use query parameters as follows:

    http://example.com/path/to/page?name=ferret&color=purple

    The content of the fields is encoded as a query string. The application/x-www-form- urlencoded's name come from the previous url query parameter but the query parameters is in where the body of request instead of url.

    The whole form data is sent as a long query string.The query string contains name- value pairs separated by & character

    e.g. field1=value1&field2=value2

  2. It can be simple request called simple - don't trigger a preflight check

    Simple request must have some properties. You can look here for more info. One of them is that there are only three values allowed for Content-Type header for simple requests

    • application/x-www-form-urlencoded
    • multipart/form-data
    • text/plain

3.For mostly flat param trees, application/x-www-form-urlencoded is tried and tested.

request.ContentType = "application/json; charset=utf-8";

  1. The data will be json format.

axios and superagent, two of the more popular npm HTTP libraries, work with JSON bodies by default.

{
  "id": 1,
  "name": "Foo",
  "price": 123,
  "tags": [
    "Bar",
    "Eek"
  ],
  "stock": {
    "warehouse": 300,
    "retail": 20
  }
}
  1. "application/json" Content-Type is one of the Preflighted requests.

Now, if the request isn't simple request, the browser automatically sends a HTTP request before the original one by OPTIONS method to check whether it is safe to send the original request. If itis ok, Then send actual request. You can look here for more info.

  1. application/json is beginner-friendly. URL encoded arrays can be a nightmare!

How to parse a string into a nullable int

This solution is generic without reflection overhead.

public static Nullable<T> ParseNullable<T>(string s, Func<string, T> parser) where T : struct
{
    if (string.IsNullOrEmpty(s) || string.IsNullOrEmpty(s.Trim())) return null;
    else return parser(s);
}

static void Main(string[] args)
{
    Nullable<int> i = ParseNullable("-1", int.Parse);
    Nullable<float> dt = ParseNullable("3.14", float.Parse);
}

How to pass in parameters when use resource service?

I think I see your problem, you need to use the @ syntax to define parameters you will pass in this way, also I'm not sure what loginID or password are doing you don't seem to define them anywhere and they are not being used as URL parameters so are they being sent as query parameters?

This is what I can suggest based on what I see so far:

.factory('MagComments', function ($resource) {
    return $resource('http://localhost/dooleystand/ci/api/magCommenct/:id', {
      loginID : organEntity,
      password : organCommpassword,
      id : '@magId'
    });
  })

The @magId string will tell the resource to replace :id with the property magId on the object you pass it as parameters.

I'd suggest reading over the documentation here (I know it's a bit opaque) very carefully and looking at the examples towards the end, this should help a lot.

"The operation is not valid for the state of the transaction" error and transaction scope

After doing some research, it seems I cannot have two connections opened to the same database with the TransactionScope block. I needed to modify my code to look like this:

public void MyAddUpdateMethod()
{
    using (TransactionScope Scope = new TransactionScope(TransactionScopeOption.RequiresNew))
    {
        using(SQLServer Sql = new SQLServer(this.m_connstring))
        {
            //do my first add update statement            
        }

        //removed the method call from the first sql server using statement
        bool DoesRecordExist = this.SelectStatementCall(id)
    }
}

public bool SelectStatementCall(System.Guid id)
{
    using(SQLServer Sql = new SQLServer(this.m_connstring))
    {
        //create parameters
    }
}

Preventing SQL injection in Node.js

The library has a section in the readme about escaping. It's Javascript-native, so I do not suggest switching to node-mysql-native. The documentation states these guidelines for escaping:

Edit: node-mysql-native is also a pure-Javascript solution.

  • Numbers are left untouched
  • Booleans are converted to true / false strings
  • Date objects are converted to YYYY-mm-dd HH:ii:ss strings
  • Buffers are converted to hex strings, e.g. X'0fa5'
  • Strings are safely escaped
  • Arrays are turned into list, e.g. ['a', 'b'] turns into 'a', 'b'
  • Nested arrays are turned into grouped lists (for bulk inserts), e.g. [['a', 'b'], ['c', 'd']] turns into ('a', 'b'), ('c', 'd')
  • Objects are turned into key = 'val' pairs. Nested objects are cast to strings.
  • undefined / null are converted to NULL
  • NaN / Infinity are left as-is. MySQL does not support these, and trying to insert them as values will trigger MySQL errors until they implement support.

This allows for you to do things like so:

var userId = 5;
var query = connection.query('SELECT * FROM users WHERE id = ?', [userId], function(err, results) {
  //query.sql returns SELECT * FROM users WHERE id = '5'
});

As well as this:

var post  = {id: 1, title: 'Hello MySQL'};
var query = connection.query('INSERT INTO posts SET ?', post, function(err, result) {
  //query.sql returns INSERT INTO posts SET `id` = 1, `title` = 'Hello MySQL'
});

Aside from those functions, you can also use the escape functions:

connection.escape(query);
mysql.escape(query);

To escape query identifiers:

mysql.escapeId(identifier);

And as a response to your comment on prepared statements:

From a usability perspective, the module is great, but it has not yet implemented something akin to PHP's Prepared Statements.

The prepared statements are on the todo list for this connector, but this module at least allows you to specify custom formats that can be very similar to prepared statements. Here's an example from the readme:

connection.config.queryFormat = function (query, values) {
  if (!values) return query;
  return query.replace(/\:(\w+)/g, function (txt, key) {
    if (values.hasOwnProperty(key)) {
      return this.escape(values[key]);
    }
    return txt;
  }.bind(this));
};

This changes the query format of the connection so you can use queries like this:

connection.query("UPDATE posts SET title = :title", { title: "Hello MySQL" });
//equivalent to
connection.query("UPDATE posts SET title = " + mysql.escape("Hello MySQL");

Can Rails Routing Helpers (i.e. mymodel_path(model)) be Used in Models?

Any logic having to do with what is displayed in the view should be delegated to a helper method, as methods in the model are strictly for handling data.

Here is what you could do:

# In the helper...

def link_to_thing(text, thing)
  (thing.url?) ? link_to(text, thing_path(thing)) : link_to(text, thing.url)
end

# In the view...

<%= link_to_thing("text", @thing) %>

smtpclient " failure sending mail"

For us, everything was fine, emails are very small and not a lot of them are sent and sudently it gave this error. It appeared that a technicien installed ASTARO which was preventing email to be sent. and we were getting this error so yes the error is a bit cryptic but I hope this could help others.

How to detect simple geometric shapes using OpenCV

The answer depends on the presence of other shapes, level of noise if any and invariance you want to provide for (e.g. rotation, scaling, etc). These requirements will define not only the algorithm but also required pre-procesing stages to extract features.

Template matching that was suggested above works well when shapes aren't rotated or scaled and when there are no similar shapes around; in other words, it finds a best translation in the image where template is located:

double minVal, maxVal;
Point minLoc, maxLoc;
Mat image, template, result; // template is your shape
matchTemplate(image, template, result, CV_TM_CCOEFF_NORMED);
minMaxLoc(result, &minVal, &maxVal, &minLoc, &maxLoc); // maxLoc is answer

Geometric hashing is a good method to get invariance in terms of rotation and scaling; this method would require extraction of some contour points.

Generalized Hough transform can take care of invariance, noise and would have minimal pre-processing but it is a bit harder to implement than other methods. OpenCV has such transforms for lines and circles.

In the case when number of shapes is limited calculating moments or counting convex hull vertices may be the easiest solution: openCV structural analysis

Credit card payment gateway in PHP?

The best solution we found was to team up with one of those intermediaries. Otherwise you will have to deal with a bunch of other requirements like PCI compliance. We use Verifone's IPCharge and it works quite well.

How do you get the "object reference" of an object in java when toString() and hashCode() have been overridden?

What exactly are you planning on doing with it (what you want to do makes a difference with what you will need to call).

hashCode, as defined in the JavaDocs, says:

As much as is reasonably practical, the hashCode method defined by class Object does return distinct integers for distinct objects. (This is typically implemented by converting the internal address of the object into an integer, but this implementation technique is not required by the Java™ programming language.)

So if you are using hashCode() to find out if it is a unique object in memory that isn't a good way to do it.

System.identityHashCode does the following:

Returns the same hash code for the given object as would be returned by the default method hashCode(), whether or not the given object's class overrides hashCode(). The hash code for the null reference is zero.

Which, for what you are doing, sounds like what you want... but what you want to do might not be safe depending on how the library is implemented.

Resize image proportionally with CSS?

Try this:

div.container {
    max-width: 200px;//real picture size
    max-height: 100px;
}

/* resize images */
div.container img {
    width: 100%;
    height: auto;
}

How to read files and stdout from a running Docker container

The stdout of the process started by the docker container is available through the docker logs $containerid command (use -f to keep it going forever). Another option would be to stream the logs directly through the docker remote API.

For accessing log files (only if you must, consider logging to stdout or other standard solution like syslogd) your only real-time option is to configure a volume (like Marcus Hughes suggests) so the logs are stored outside the container and available for processing from the host or another container.

If you do not need real-time access to the logs, you can export the files (in tar format) with docker export

Regex to match alphanumeric and spaces

The circumflex inside the square brackets means all characters except the subsequent range. You want a circumflex outside of square brackets.

How can I add a volume to an existing Docker container?

We don't have any way to add volume in running container, but to achieve this objective you may use the below commands:

Copy files/folders between a container and the local filesystem:

docker cp [OPTIONS] CONTAINER:SRC_PATH DEST_PATH

docker cp [OPTIONS] SRC_PATH CONTAINER:DEST_PATH

For reference see:

https://docs.docker.com/engine/reference/commandline/cp/

how to make a jquery "$.post" request synchronous

jQuery < 1.8

May I suggest that you use $.ajax() instead of $.post() as it's much more customizable.

If you are calling $.post(), e.g., like this:

$.post( url, data, success, dataType );

You could turn it into its $.ajax() equivalent:

$.ajax({
  type: 'POST',
  url: url,
  data: data,
  success: success,
  dataType: dataType,
  async:false
});

Please note the async:false at the end of the $.ajax() parameter object.

Here you have a full detail of the $.ajax() parameters: jQuery.ajax() – jQuery API Documentation.


jQuery >=1.8 "async:false" deprecation notice

jQuery >=1.8 won't block the UI during the http request, so we have to use a workaround to stop user interaction as long as the request is processed. For example:

  • use a plugin e.g. BlockUI;
  • manually add an overlay before calling $.ajax(), and then remove it when the AJAX .done() callback is called.

Please have a look at this answer for an example.

Why doesn't [01-12] range work as expected?

As polygenelubricants says yours would look for 0|1-1|2 rather than what you wish for, due to the fact that character classes (things in []) match characters rather than strings.

Setting default value for TypeScript object passed as argument

Here is something to try, using interface and destructuring with default values. Please note that "lastName" is optional.

interface IName {
  firstName: string
  lastName?: string
}

function sayName(params: IName) {
  const { firstName, lastName = "Smith" } = params
  const fullName = `${firstName} ${lastName}`

  console.log("FullName-> ", fullName)
}

sayName({ firstName: "Bob" })

Python Checking a string's first and last character

When you say [:-1] you are stripping the last element. Instead of slicing the string, you can apply startswith and endswith on the string object itself like this

if str1.startswith('"') and str1.endswith('"'):

So the whole program becomes like this

>>> str1 = '"xxx"'
>>> if str1.startswith('"') and str1.endswith('"'):
...     print "hi"
>>> else:
...     print "condition fails"
...
hi

Even simpler, with a conditional expression, like this

>>> print("hi" if str1.startswith('"') and str1.endswith('"') else "fails")
hi

How can you represent inheritance in a database?

In addition at the Daniel Vassallo solution, if you use SQL Server 2016+, there is another solution that I used in some cases without considerable lost of performances.

You can create just a table with only the common field and add a single column with the JSON string that contains all the subtype specific fields.

I have tested this design for manage inheritance and I am very happy for the flexibility that I can use in the relative application.

How do I upgrade PHP in Mac OS X?

You may want to check out Marc Liyanage's PHP package. It comes in a nice Mac OS X installer package that you can double-click. He keeps it pretty up to date.

http://php-osx.liip.ch/

Also, although upgrading to Snow Leopard won't help you do PHP updates in the future, it will probably give you a newer version of PHP. I'm running OS X 10.6.2 and it has PHP 5.3.0.

How to change JDK version for an Eclipse project

Right click project -> Properties -> Java Build Path -> select JRE System Library click Edit and select JDK or JRE after then click Java Compiler and select Compiler compliance level to 1.8

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Selenium: Can I set any of the attribute value of a WebElement in Selenium?

If you're using the PageFactory pattern or already have a reference to your WebElement, then you probably want to set the attribute, using your existing reference to the WebElement. (Rather than doing a document.getElementById(...) in your javascript)

The following sample allows you to set the attribute, using your existing WebElement reference.

Code Snippet

import org.openqa.selenium.WebElement;
import org.openqa.selenium.remote.RemoteWebDriver;
import org.openqa.selenium.support.FindBy;

public class QuickTest {

    RemoteWebDriver driver;

    @FindBy(id = "foo")
    private WebElement username;

    public void exampleUsage(RemoteWebDriver driver) {
        setAttribute(username, "attr", "10");
        setAttribute(username, "value", "bar");
    }

    public void setAttribute(WebElement element, String attName, String attValue) {
        driver.executeScript("arguments[0].setAttribute(arguments[1], arguments[2]);", 
                element, attName, attValue);
    }
}

How do I install cygwin components from the command line?

There is no tool specifically in the 'setup.exe' installer that offers the functionality of apt-get. There is, however, a command-line package installer for Cygwin that can be downloaded separately, but it is not entirely stable and relies on workarounds.

apt-cyg: http://github.com/transcode-open/apt-cyg

Check out the issues tab for the project to see the known problems.

How to inherit constructors?

Too bad we're kind of forced to tell the compiler the obvious:

Subclass(): base() {}
Subclass(int x): base(x) {}
Subclass(int x,y): base(x,y) {}

I only need to do 3 constructors in 12 subclasses, so it's no big deal, but I'm not too fond of repeating that on every subclass, after being used to not having to write it for so long. I'm sure there's a valid reason for it, but I don't think I've ever encountered a problem that requires this kind of restriction.

Is Task.Result the same as .GetAwaiter.GetResult()?

As already mentioned if you can use await. If you need to run the code synchronously like you mention .GetAwaiter().GetResult(), .Result or .Wait() is a risk for deadlocks as many have said in comments/answers. Since most of us like oneliners you can use these for .Net 4.5<

Acquiring a value via an async method:

var result = Task.Run(() => asyncGetValue()).Result;

Syncronously calling an async method

Task.Run(() => asyncMethod()).Wait();

No deadlock issues will occur due to the use of Task.Run.

Source:

https://stackoverflow.com/a/32429753/3850405

Update:

Could cause a deadlock if the calling thread is from the threadpool. The following happens: A new task is queued to the end of the queue, and the threadpool thread which would eventually execute the Task is blocked until the Task is executed.

Source:

https://medium.com/rubrikkgroup/understanding-async-avoiding-deadlocks-e41f8f2c6f5d

Check if a value is an object in JavaScript

It depends on what you mean with "is an object". If you want everything that is not a primitive, i.e. things that you can set new properties on, this should do the trick:

function isAnyObject(value) {
    return value != null && (typeof value === 'object' || typeof value === 'function');
}

It excludes the primitives (plain numbers/NaN/Infinity, plain strings, symbols, true/false, undefined and null) but should return true for everything else (including Number, Boolean and String objects). Note that JS does not define what "host" objects, such as window or console, should return when used with typeof, so those are hard to cover with a check like this.

If you want to know whether something is a "plain" object, i.e. it was created as a literal {} or with Object.create(null), you might do this:

function isPlainObject(value) {
    if (Object.prototype.toString.call(value) !== '[object Object]') {
        return false;
    } else {
        var prototype = Object.getPrototypeOf(value);
        return prototype === null || prototype === Object.prototype;
    }
}

Edit 2018: Because Symbol.toStringTag now allows customizing the output of Object.prototype.toString.call(...), the isPlainObject function above might return false in some cases even when the object started its life as a literal. Arguably, by convention an object with a custom string tag isn't exactly a plain object any more, but this has further muddied the definition of what a plain object even is in Javascript.

How do I check if a type is a subtype OR the type of an object?

typeof(BaseClass).IsAssignableFrom(unknownType);

Append values to a set in Python

This question is the first one that shows up on Google when one looks up "Python how to add elements to set", so it's worth noting explicitly that, if you want to add a whole string to a set, it should be added with .add(), not .update().

Say you have a string foo_str whose contents are 'this is a sentence', and you have some set bar_set equal to set().

If you do bar_set.update(foo_str), the contents of your set will be {'t', 'a', ' ', 'e', 's', 'n', 'h', 'c', 'i'}.

If you do bar_set.add(foo_str), the contents of your set will be {'this is a sentence'}.

filter out multiple criteria using excel vba

Here an option using a list written on some range, populating an array that will be fiiltered. The information will be erased then the columns sorted.

Sub Filter_Out_Values()

'Automation to remove some codes from the list
Dim ws, ws1 As Worksheet
Dim myArray() As Variant
Dim x, lastrow As Long
Dim cell As Range

Set ws = Worksheets("List")
Set ws1 = Worksheets(8)
lastrow = ws.Cells(Application.Rows.Count, 1).End(xlUp).Row

'Go through the list of codes to exclude
For Each cell In ws.Range("A2:A" & lastrow)

    If cell.Offset(0, 2).Value = "X" Then 'If the Code is associated with "X"
        ReDim Preserve myArray(x) 'Initiate array
        myArray(x) = CStr(cell.Value) 'Populate the array with the code
        x = x + 1 'Increase array capacity
        ReDim Preserve myArray(x) 'Redim array
    End If

Next cell

lastrow = ws1.Cells(Application.Rows.Count, 1).End(xlUp).Row
ws1.Range("C2:C" & lastrow).AutoFilter field:=3, Criteria1:=myArray, Operator:=xlFilterValues
ws1.Range("A2:Z" & lastrow).SpecialCells(xlCellTypeVisible).ClearContents
ws1.Range("A2:Z" & lastrow).AutoFilter field:=3

'Sort columns
lastrow = ws1.Cells(Application.Rows.Count, 1).End(xlUp).Row
'Sort with 2 criteria
With ws1.Range("A1:Z" & lastrow)
    .Resize(lastrow).Sort _
    key1:=ws1.Columns("B"), order1:=xlAscending, DataOption1:=xlSortNormal, _
    key2:=ws1.Columns("D"), order1:=xlAscending, DataOption1:=xlSortNormal, _
    Header:=xlYes, MatchCase:=False, Orientation:=xlTopToBottom, SortMethod:=xlPinYin
End With

End Sub

How to check if a variable is an integer in JavaScript?

var x = 1.5;
if(!isNaN(x)){
 console.log('Number');
 if(x % 1 == 0){
   console.log('Integer');
 }
}else {
 console.log('not a number');
}

Sending JSON to PHP using ajax

You are tryng to send js array with js object format.

Instead of use

var a = new array();
a['something']=...

try:

var a = new Object();
a.something = ...

How to change indentation mode in Atom?

If you're using Babel you may also want to make sure to update your "Language Babel" package. For me, even though I had the Tab Length set to 2 in my core editor settings, the Same setting in the Language Babel config was overriding it with 4.

Atom -> Preferences -> Packages -> (Search for Babel) -> Grammar -> Tab Length

Make sure the appropriate Grammar, There's "Babel ES6 Javascript Grammar", "language-babel-extension Grammar" as well as "Regular Expression". You probably want to update all of them to be consistent.

SVG fill color transparency / alpha?

To make a fill completely transparent, fill="transparent" seems to work in modern browsers. But it didn't work in Microsoft Word (for Mac), I had to use fill-opacity="0".

What is Python used for?

Why should you learn Python Programming Language?

Python offers a stepping stone into the world of programming. Even though Python Programming Language has been around for 25 years, it is still rising in popularity. Some of the biggest advantage of Python are it's

  • Easy to Read & Easy to Learn
  • Very productive or small as well as big projects
  • Big libraries for many things

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What is Python Programming Language used for?

As a general purpose programming language, Python can be used for multiple things. Python can be easily used for small, large, online and offline projects. The best options for utilizing Python are web development, simple scripting and data analysis. Below are a few examples of what Python will let you do:

Web Development:

You can use Python to create web applications on many levels of complexity. There are many excellent Python web frameworks including, Pyramid, Django and Flask, to name a few.

Data Analysis:

Python is the leading language of choice for many data scientists. Python has grown in popularity, within this field, due to its excellent libraries including; NumPy and Pandas and its superb libraries for data visualisation like Matplotlib and Seaborn.

Machine Learning:

What if you could predict customer satisfaction or analyse what factors will affect household pricing or to predict stocks over the next few days, based on previous years data? There are many wonderful libraries implementing machine learning algorithms such as Scikit-Learn, NLTK and TensorFlow.

Computer Vision:

You can do many interesting things such as Face detection, Color detection while using Opencv and Python.

Internet Of Things With Raspberry Pi:

Raspberry Pi is a very tiny and affordable computer which was developed for education and has gained enormous popularity among hobbyists with do-it-yourself hardware and automation. You can even build a robot and automate your entire home. Raspberry Pi can be used as the brain for your robot in order to perform various actions and/or react to the environment. The coding on a Raspberry Pi can be performed using Python. The Possibilities are endless!

Game Development:

Create a video game using module Pygame. Basically, you use Python to write the logic of the game. PyGame applications can run on Android devices.

Web Scraping:

If you need to grab data from a website but the site does not have an API to expose data, use Python to scraping data.

Writing Scripts:

If you're doing something manually and want to automate repetitive stuff, such as emails, it's not difficult to automate once you know the basics of this language.

Browser Automation:

Perform some neat things such as opening a browser and posting a Facebook status, you can do it with Selenium with Python.

GUI Development:

Build a GUI application (desktop app) using Python modules Tkinter, PyQt to support it.

Rapid Prototyping:

Python has libraries for just about everything. Use it to quickly built a (lower-performance, often less powerful) prototype. Python is also great for validating ideas or products for established companies and start-ups alike.

Python can be used in so many different projects. If you're a programmer looking for a new language, you want one that is growing in popularity. As a newcomer to programming, Python is the perfect choice for learning quickly and easily.

What is size_t in C?

From my understanding, size_t is an unsigned integer whose bit size is large enough to hold a pointer of the native architecture.

So:

sizeof(size_t) >= sizeof(void*)

A better way to check if a path exists or not in PowerShell

Another option is to use IO.FileInfo which gives you so much file info it make life easier just using this type:

PS > mkdir C:\Temp
PS > dir C:\Temp\
PS > [IO.FileInfo] $foo = 'C:\Temp\foo.txt'
PS > $foo.Exists
False
PS > New-TemporaryFile | Move-Item -Destination C:\Temp\foo.txt
PS > $foo.Refresh()
PS > $foo.Exists
True
PS > $foo | Select-Object *


Mode              : -a----
VersionInfo       : File:             C:\Temp\foo.txt
                    InternalName:
                    OriginalFilename:
                    FileVersion:
                    FileDescription:
                    Product:
                    ProductVersion:
                    Debug:            False
                    Patched:          False
                    PreRelease:       False
                    PrivateBuild:     False
                    SpecialBuild:     False
                    Language:

BaseName          : foo
Target            : {}
LinkType          :
Length            : 0
DirectoryName     : C:\Temp
Directory         : C:\Temp
IsReadOnly        : False
FullName          : C:\Temp\foo.txt
Extension         : .txt
Name              : foo.txt
Exists            : True
CreationTime      : 2/27/2019 8:57:33 AM
CreationTimeUtc   : 2/27/2019 1:57:33 PM
LastAccessTime    : 2/27/2019 8:57:33 AM
LastAccessTimeUtc : 2/27/2019 1:57:33 PM
LastWriteTime     : 2/27/2019 8:57:33 AM
LastWriteTimeUtc  : 2/27/2019 1:57:33 PM
Attributes        : Archive

More details on my blog.

Change size of axes title and labels in ggplot2

You can change axis text and label size with arguments axis.text= and axis.title= in function theme(). If you need, for example, change only x axis title size, then use axis.title.x=.

g+theme(axis.text=element_text(size=12),
        axis.title=element_text(size=14,face="bold"))

There is good examples about setting of different theme() parameters in ggplot2 page.

The system cannot find the file specified in java

I have copied your code and it runs fine.

I suspect you are simply having some problem in the actual file name of hello.txt, or you are running in a wrong directory. Consider verifying by the method suggested by @Eng.Fouad

Difference between Activity Context and Application Context

Use getApplicationContext() if you need something tied to a Context that itself will have global scope.

If you use Activity, then the new Activity instance will have a reference, which has an implicit reference to the old Activity, and the old Activity cannot be garbage collected.

What is the difference between loose coupling and tight coupling in the object oriented paradigm?

Loose Coupling is the process of giving the dependency your class needs indirectly without providing all the information of the dependency(i.e in the from of interface) in case tight coupling you directly give in the dependency which is not good way of coding.

How to get a list of images on docker registry v2

If some on get this far.

Taking what others have already said above. Here is a one-liner that puts the answer into a text file formatted, json.

curl "http://mydocker.registry.domain/v2/_catalog?n=2000" | jq . - > /tmp/registry.lst

This looks like

{
  "repositories": [
    "somerepo/somecontiner",
    "somerepo_other/someothercontiner",
 ...
  ]
}

You might need to change the `?n=xxxx' to match how many containers you have.

Next is a way to automatically remove old and unused containers.

..The underlying connection was closed: An unexpected error occurred on a receive

None of the solutions out there worked for me. What I eventually discovered was the following combination:

  • Client system: Windows XP Pro SP3
  • Client system has .NET Framework 2 SP1, 3, 3.5 installed
  • Software targeting .NET 2 using classic web services (.asmx)
  • Server: IIS6
  • Web site "Secure Communications" set to:
    • Require Secure Channel
    • Accept client certificates

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Apparently, it was this last option that was causing the issue. I discovered this by trying to open the web service URL directly in Internet Explorer. It just hung indefinitely trying to load the page. Disabling "Accept client certificates" allowed the page to load normally. I am not sure if it was a problem with this specific system (maybe a glitched client certificate?) Since I wasn't using client certificates this option worked for me.

Get last record of a table in Postgres

Use the following

SELECT timestamp, value, card 
FROM my_table 
ORDER BY timestamp DESC 
LIMIT 1

Call japplet from jframe

First of all, Applets are designed to be run from within the context of a browser (or applet viewer), they're not really designed to be added into other containers.

Technically, you can add a applet to a frame like any other component, but personally, I wouldn't. The applet is expecting a lot more information to be available to it in order to allow it to work fully.

Instead, I would move all of the "application" content to a separate component, like a JPanel for example and simply move this between the applet or frame as required...

ps- You can use f.setLocationRelativeTo(null) to center the window on the screen ;)

Updated

You need to go back to basics. Unless you absolutely must have one, avoid applets until you understand the basics of Swing, case in point...

Within the constructor of GalzyTable2 you are doing...

JApplet app = new JApplet(); add(app); app.init(); app.start(); 

...Why are you adding another applet to an applet??

Case in point...

Within the main method, you are trying to add the instance of JFrame to itself...

f.getContentPane().add(f, button2); 

Instead, create yourself a class that extends from something like JPanel, add your UI logical to this, using compound components if required.

Then, add this panel to whatever top level container you need.

Take the time to read through Creating a GUI with Swing

Updated with example

import java.awt.BorderLayout; import java.awt.Dimension; import java.awt.EventQueue; import java.awt.event.ActionEvent; import javax.swing.ImageIcon; import javax.swing.JButton; import javax.swing.JFrame; import javax.swing.JPanel; import javax.swing.JScrollPane; import javax.swing.JTable; import javax.swing.UIManager; import javax.swing.UnsupportedLookAndFeelException;  public class GalaxyTable2 extends JPanel {      private static final int PREF_W = 700;     private static final int PREF_H = 600;      String[] columnNames                     = {"Phone Name", "Brief Description", "Picture", "price",                         "Buy"};  // Create image icons     ImageIcon Image1 = new ImageIcon(                     getClass().getResource("s1.png"));     ImageIcon Image2 = new ImageIcon(                     getClass().getResource("s2.png"));     ImageIcon Image3 = new ImageIcon(                     getClass().getResource("s3.png"));     ImageIcon Image4 = new ImageIcon(                     getClass().getResource("s4.png"));     ImageIcon Image5 = new ImageIcon(                     getClass().getResource("note.png"));     ImageIcon Image6 = new ImageIcon(                     getClass().getResource("note2.png"));     ImageIcon Image7 = new ImageIcon(                     getClass().getResource("note3.png"));      Object[][] rowData = {         {"Galaxy S", "3G Support,CPU 1GHz",             Image1, 120, false},         {"Galaxy S II", "3G Support,CPU 1.2GHz",             Image2, 170, false},         {"Galaxy S III", "3G Support,CPU 1.4GHz",             Image3, 205, false},         {"Galaxy S4", "4G Support,CPU 1.6GHz",             Image4, 230, false},         {"Galaxy Note", "4G Support,CPU 1.4GHz",             Image5, 190, false},         {"Galaxy Note2 II", "4G Support,CPU 1.6GHz",             Image6, 190, false},         {"Galaxy Note 3", "4G Support,CPU 2.3GHz",             Image7, 260, false},};      MyTable ss = new MyTable(                     rowData, columnNames);      // Create a table     JTable jTable1 = new JTable(ss);      public GalaxyTable2() {         jTable1.setRowHeight(70);          add(new JScrollPane(jTable1),                         BorderLayout.CENTER);          JPanel buttons = new JPanel();          JButton button = new JButton("Home");         buttons.add(button);         JButton button2 = new JButton("Confirm");         buttons.add(button2);          add(buttons, BorderLayout.SOUTH);     }      @Override      public Dimension getPreferredSize() {         return new Dimension(PREF_W, PREF_H);     }      public void actionPerformed(ActionEvent e) {         new AMainFrame7().setVisible(true);     }      public static void main(String[] args) {          EventQueue.invokeLater(new Runnable() {             @Override             public void run() {                 try {                     UIManager.setLookAndFeel(UIManager.getSystemLookAndFeelClassName());                 } catch (ClassNotFoundException | InstantiationException | IllegalAccessException | UnsupportedLookAndFeelException ex) {                     ex.printStackTrace();                 }                  JFrame frame = new JFrame("Testing");                 frame.setDefaultCloseOperation(JFrame.EXIT_ON_CLOSE);                 frame.add(new GalaxyTable2());                 frame.pack();                 frame.setLocationRelativeTo(null);                 frame.setVisible(true);             }         });     } } 

You also seem to have a lack of understanding about how to use layout managers.

Take the time to read through Creating a GUI with Swing and Laying components out in a container

Trying to retrieve first 5 characters from string in bash error?

Substrings with ${variablename:0:5} are a bash feature, not available in basic shells. Are you sure you're running this under bash? Check the shebang line (at the beginning of the script), and make sure it's #!/bin/bash, not #!/bin/sh. And make sure you don't run it with the sh command (i.e. sh scriptname), since that overrides the shebang.

Using variables in Nginx location rules

You can't. Nginx doesn't really support variables in config files, and its developers mock everyone who ask for this feature to be added:

"[Variables] are rather costly compared to plain static configuration. [A] macro expansion and "include" directives should be used [with] e.g. sed + make or any other common template mechanism." http://nginx.org/en/docs/faq/variables_in_config.html

You should either write or download a little tool that will allow you to generate config files from placeholder config files.

Update The code below still works, but I've wrapped it all up into a small PHP program/library called Configurator also on Packagist, which allows easy generation of nginx/php-fpm etc config files, from templates and various forms of config data.

e.g. my nginx source config file looks like this:

location  / {
    try_files $uri /routing.php?$args;
    fastcgi_pass   unix:%phpfpm.socket%/php-fpm-www.sock;
    include       %mysite.root.directory%/conf/fastcgi.conf;
}

And then I have a config file with the variables defined:

phpfpm.socket=/var/run/php-fpm.socket
mysite.root.directory=/home/mysite

And then I generate the actual config file using that. It looks like you're a Python guy, so a PHP based example may not help you, but for anyone else who does use PHP:

<?php

require_once('path.php');

$filesToGenerate = array(
    'conf/nginx.conf' => 'autogen/nginx.conf',
    'conf/mysite.nginx.conf' => 'autogen/mysite.nginx.conf',
    'conf/mysite.php-fpm.conf' => 'autogen/mysite.php-fpm.conf',
    'conf/my.cnf' => 'autogen/my.cnf',
);

$environment = 'amazonec2';

if ($argc >= 2){
    $environmentRequired = $argv[1];

    $allowedVars = array(
        'amazonec2',
        'macports',
    );

    if (in_array($environmentRequired, $allowedVars) == true){
        $environment = $environmentRequired;
    }
}
else{
    echo "Defaulting to [".$environment."] environment";
}

$config = getConfigForEnvironment($environment);

foreach($filesToGenerate as $inputFilename => $outputFilename){
    generateConfigFile(PATH_TO_ROOT.$inputFilename, PATH_TO_ROOT.$outputFilename, $config);
}


function    getConfigForEnvironment($environment){
    $config = parse_ini_file(PATH_TO_ROOT."conf/deployConfig.ini", TRUE);
    $configWithMarkers = array();
    foreach($config[$environment] as $key => $value){
        $configWithMarkers['%'.$key.'%'] = $value;
    }

    return  $configWithMarkers;
}


function    generateConfigFile($inputFilename, $outputFilename, $config){

    $lines = file($inputFilename);

    if($lines === FALSE){
        echo "Failed to read [".$inputFilename."] for reading.";
        exit(-1);
    }

    $fileHandle = fopen($outputFilename, "w");

    if($fileHandle === FALSE){
        echo "Failed to read [".$outputFilename."] for writing.";
        exit(-1);
    }

    $search = array_keys($config);
    $replace = array_values($config);

    foreach($lines as $line){
        $line = str_replace($search, $replace, $line);
        fwrite($fileHandle, $line);
    }

    fclose($fileHandle);
}

?>

And then deployConfig.ini looks something like:

[global]

;global variables go here.

[amazonec2]
nginx.log.directory = /var/log/nginx
nginx.root.directory = /usr/share/nginx
nginx.conf.directory = /etc/nginx
nginx.run.directory  = /var/run
nginx.user           = nginx

[macports]
nginx.log.directory = /opt/local/var/log/nginx
nginx.root.directory = /opt/local/share/nginx
nginx.conf.directory = /opt/local/etc/nginx
nginx.run.directory  = /opt/local/var/run
nginx.user           = _www

sed one-liner to convert all uppercase to lowercase?

If you are using posix sed

Selection for any case for a pattern (converting the searched pattern with this sed than use the converted pattern in you wanted command using regex:

echo "${MyOrgPattern} | sed "s/[aA]/[aA]/g;s/[bB]/[bB]/g;s/[cC]/[cC]/g;s/[dD]/[dD]/g;s/[eE]/[eE]/g;s/[fF]/[fF]/g;s/[gG]/[gG]/g;s/[hH]/[hH]/g;s/[iI]/[iI]/g;s/[jJ]/[jJ]/g;s/[kK]/[kK]/g;s/[lL]/[lL]/g;s/[mM]/[mM]/g;s/[nN]/[nN]/g;s/[oO]/[oO]/g;s/[pP]/[pP]/g;s/[qQ]/[qQ]/g;s/[rR]/[rR]/g;s/[sS]/[sS]/g;s/[tT]/[tT]/g;s/[uU]/[uU]/g;s/[vV]/[vV]/g;s/[wW]/[wW]/g;s/[xX]/[xX]/g;s/[yY]/[yY]/g;s/[zZ]/[zZ]/g" | read -c MyNewPattern
 YourInputStreamCommand | egrep "${MyNewPattern}"

convert in lower case

sed "s/[aA]/a/g;s/[bB]/b/g;s/[cC]/c/g;s/[dD]/d/g;s/[eE]/e/g;s/[fF]/f/g;s/[gG]/g/g;s/[hH]/h/g;s/[iI]/i/g;s/j/[jJ]/g;s/[kK]/k/g;s/[lL]/l/g;s/[mM]/m/g;s/[nN]/n/g;s/[oO]/o/g;s/[pP]/p/g;s/[qQ]/q/g;s/[rR]/r/g;s/[sS]/s/g;s/[tT]/t/g;s/[uU]/u/g;s/[vV]/v/g;s/[wW]/w/g;s/[xX]/x/g;s/[yY]/y/g;s/[zZ]/z/g"

same for uppercase replace lower letter between // by upper equivalent in the sed

Have fun

How do you import an Eclipse project into Android Studio now?

Simple steps: 1.Go to Android Studio. 2.Close all open projects if any. 3.There will be an option which says import non Android Studio Projects(Eclipse ect). 4.Click on it and choose ur project Thats't it enjoy!!!

How to make method call another one in classes?

Because the Method2 is static, all you have to do is call like this:

public class AllMethods
{
    public static void Method2()
    {
        // code here
    }
}

class Caller
{
    public static void Main(string[] args)
    {
        AllMethods.Method2();
    }
}

If they are in different namespaces you will also need to add the namespace of AllMethods to caller.cs in a using statement.

If you wanted to call an instance method (non-static), you'd need an instance of the class to call the method on. For example:

public class MyClass
{
    public void InstanceMethod() 
    { 
        // ...
    }
}

public static void Main(string[] args)
{
    var instance = new MyClass();
    instance.InstanceMethod();
}

Update

As of C# 6, you can now also achieve this with using static directive to call static methods somewhat more gracefully, for example:

// AllMethods.cs
namespace Some.Namespace
{
    public class AllMethods
    {
        public static void Method2()
        {
            // code here
        }
    }
}

// Caller.cs
using static Some.Namespace.AllMethods;

namespace Other.Namespace
{
    class Caller
    {
        public static void Main(string[] args)
        {
            Method2(); // No need to mention AllMethods here
        }
    }
}

Further Reading

Unsigned keyword in C++

Does the unsigned keyword default to a data type in C++

Yes,signed and unsigned may also be used as standalone type specifiers

The integer data types char, short, long and int can be either signed or unsigned depending on the range of numbers needed to be represented. Signed types can represent both positive and negative values, whereas unsigned types can only represent positive values (and zero).

An unsigned integer containing n bits can have a value between 0 and 2n - 1 (which is 2n different values).

However,signed and unsigned may also be used as standalone type specifiers, meaning the same as signed int and unsigned int respectively. The following two declarations are equivalent:

unsigned NextYear;
unsigned int NextYear;

How can I account for period (AM/PM) using strftime?

The Python time.strftime docs say:

When used with the strptime() function, the %p directive only affects the output hour field if the %I directive is used to parse the hour.

Sure enough, changing your %H to %I makes it work.

Can't use method return value in write context

Note: This is a very high voted answer with a high visibility, but please note that it promotes bad, unnecessary coding practices! See @Kornel's answer for the correct way.

Note #2: I endorse the suggestions to use @Kornel's answer. When I wrote this answer three years ago, I merely meant to explain the nature of the error, not necessarily endorse the alternative. The code snippet below is not recommended.


It's a limitation of empty() in PHP versions below 5.5.

Note: empty() only checks variables as anything else will result in a parse error. In other words, the following will not work: empty(trim($name)).

You'd have to change to this

// Not recommended, just illustrates the issue
$err = $r->getError();
if (!empty($err))

How to decrypt Hash Password in Laravel

Short answer is that you don't 'decrypt' the password (because it's not encrypted - it's hashed).

The long answer is that you shouldn't send the user their password by email, or any other way. If the user has forgotten their password, you should send them a password reset email, and allow them to change their password on your website.

Laravel has most of this functionality built in (see the Laravel documentation - I'm not going to replicate it all here. Also available for versions 4.2 and 5.0 of Laravel).

For further reading, check out this 'blogoverflow' post: Why passwords should be hashed.

Xcode variables

The best source is probably Apple's official documentation. The specific variable you are looking for is CONFIGURATION.

How to check if div element is empty

You can use .is().

if( $('#leftmenu').is(':empty') ) {

Or you could just test the length property to see if one was found:

if( $('#leftmenu:empty').length ) {

You can use $.trim() to remove whitespace (if that's what you want) and check for the length of the content.

if( !$.trim( $('#leftmenu').html() ).length ) {

MongoDB: How To Delete All Records Of A Collection in MongoDB Shell?

db.users.count()
db.users.remove({})
db.users.count()

JAXB: How to ignore namespace during unmarshalling XML document?

I believe you must add the namespace to your xml document, with, for example, the use of a SAX filter.

That means:

  • Define a ContentHandler interface with a new class which will intercept SAX events before JAXB can get them.
  • Define a XMLReader which will set the content handler

then link the two together:

public static Object unmarshallWithFilter(Unmarshaller unmarshaller,
java.io.File source) throws FileNotFoundException, JAXBException 
{
    FileReader fr = null;
    try {
        fr = new FileReader(source);
        XMLReader reader = new NamespaceFilterXMLReader();
        InputSource is = new InputSource(fr);
        SAXSource ss = new SAXSource(reader, is);
        return unmarshaller.unmarshal(ss);
    } catch (SAXException e) {
        //not technically a jaxb exception, but close enough
        throw new JAXBException(e);
    } catch (ParserConfigurationException e) {
        //not technically a jaxb exception, but close enough
        throw new JAXBException(e);
    } finally {
        FileUtil.close(fr); //replace with this some safe close method you have
    }
}

Ruby: Calling class method from instance

You're doing it the right way. Class methods (similar to 'static' methods in C++ or Java) aren't part of the instance, so they have to be referenced directly.

On that note, in your example you'd be better served making 'default_make' a regular method:

#!/usr/bin/ruby

class Truck
    def default_make
        # Class method.
        "mac"
    end

    def initialize
        # Instance method.
        puts default_make  # gets the default via the class's method.
    end
end

myTruck = Truck.new()

Class methods are more useful for utility-type functions that use the class. For example:

#!/usr/bin/ruby

class Truck
    attr_accessor :make

    def default_make
        # Class method.
        "mac"
    end

    def self.buildTrucks(make, count)
        truckArray = []

        (1..count).each do
            truckArray << Truck.new(make)
        end

        return truckArray
    end

    def initialize(make = nil)
        if( make == nil )
            @make = default_make()
        else
            @make = make
        end
    end
end

myTrucks = Truck.buildTrucks("Yotota", 4)

myTrucks.each do |truck|
    puts truck.make
end

How to link to a <div> on another page?

Take a look at anchor tags. You can create an anchor with

<div id="anchor-name">Heading Text</div>

and refer to it later with

<a href="http://server/page.html#anchor-name">Link text</a>

copying all contents of folder to another folder using batch file?

xcopy.exe is the solution here. It's built into Windows.

xcopy /s c:\Folder1 d:\Folder2

You can find more options at http://www.computerhope.com/xcopyhlp.htm

fatal: 'origin' does not appear to be a git repository

This does not answer your question, but I faced a similar error message but due to a different reason. Allow me to make my post for the sake of information collection.

I have a git repo on a network drive. Let's call this network drive RAID. I cloned this repo on my local machine (LOCAL) and on my number crunching cluster (CRUNCHER). For convenience I mounted the user directory of my account on CRUNCHER on my local machine. So, I can manipulate files on CRUNCHER without the need to do the work in an SSH terminal.

Today, I was modifying files in the repo on CRUNCHER via my local machine. At some point I decided to commit the files, so a did a commit. Adding the modified files and doing the commit worked as I expected, but when I called git push I got an error message similar to the one posted in the question.

The reason was, that I called push from within the repo on CRUNCHER on LOCAL. So, all paths in the config file were plain wrong.

When I realized my fault, I logged onto CRUNCHER via Terminal and was able to push the commit.

Feel free to comment if my explanation can't be understood, or you find my post superfluous.

Get host domain from URL?

 var url = Regex.Match(url, @"(http:|https:)\/\/(.*?)\/");

INPUT = "https://stackoverflow.com/questions/";

OUTPUT = "https://stackoverflow.com/";

How to compile a c++ program in Linux?

g++ -o foo foo.cpp

g++ --> Driver for cc1plus compiler

-o --> Indicates the output file (foo is the name of output file here. Can be any name)

foo.cpp --> Source file to be compiled

To execute the compiled file simply type

./foo

MySQL add days to a date

UPDATE table SET nameofdatefield = ADDDATE(nameofdatefield, 2) WHERE ...

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

Git v2.19 introduces branch.sort config option (see branch.sort).

So git branch will sort by committer date (desc) by default with

# gitconfig
[branch]
    sort = -committerdate     # desc

script:

$ git config --global branch.sort -committerdate

Update:

So,

$ git branch
* dev
  master
  _

and

$ git branch -v
* dev    0afecf5 Merge branch 'oc' into dev
  master 652428a Merge branch 'dev'
  _      7159cf9 Merge branch 'bashrc' into dev

Magento addFieldToFilter: Two fields, match as OR, not AND

This is the real magento way:

    $collection=Mage::getModel('sales/order')
                ->getCollection()
                ->addFieldToFilter(
                        array(
                            'customer_firstname',//attribute_1 with key 0
                            'remote_ip',//attribute_2 with key 1
                        ),
                        array(
                            array('eq'=>'gabe'),//condition for attribute_1 with key 0
                            array('eq'=>'127.0.0.1'),//condition for attribute_2
                                )
                            )
                        );

Convert UTC Epoch to local date

Addition to the above answer by @djechlin

d = '1394104654000';
new Date(parseInt(d));

converts EPOCH time to human readable date. Just don't forget that type of EPOCH time must be an Integer.

Extract hostname name from string

I recommend using the npm package psl (Public Suffix List). The "Public Suffix List" is a list of all valid domain suffixes and rules, not just Country Code Top-Level domains, but unicode characters as well that would be considered the root domain (i.e. www.??.??.cn, b.c.kobe.jp, etc.). Read more about it here.

Try:

npm install --save psl

Then with my "extractHostname" implementation run:

let psl = require('psl');
let url = 'http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ClkQA2Lb_iE';
psl.get(extractHostname(url)); // returns youtube.com

I can't use an npm package, so below only tests extractHostname.

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function extractHostname(url) {
    var hostname;
    //find & remove protocol (http, ftp, etc.) and get hostname

    if (url.indexOf("//") > -1) {
        hostname = url.split('/')[2];
    }
    else {
        hostname = url.split('/')[0];
    }

    //find & remove port number
    hostname = hostname.split(':')[0];
    //find & remove "?"
    hostname = hostname.split('?')[0];

    return hostname;
}

//test the code
console.log("== Testing extractHostname: ==");
console.log(extractHostname("http://www.blog.classroom.me.uk/index.php"));
console.log(extractHostname("http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ClkQA2Lb_iE"));
console.log(extractHostname("https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ClkQA2Lb_iE"));
console.log(extractHostname("www.youtube.com/watch?v=ClkQA2Lb_iE"));
console.log(extractHostname("ftps://ftp.websitename.com/dir/file.txt"));
console.log(extractHostname("websitename.com:1234/dir/file.txt"));
console.log(extractHostname("ftps://websitename.com:1234/dir/file.txt"));
console.log(extractHostname("example.com?param=value"));
console.log(extractHostname("https://facebook.github.io/jest/"));
console.log(extractHostname("//youtube.com/watch?v=ClkQA2Lb_iE"));
console.log(extractHostname("http://localhost:4200/watch?v=ClkQA2Lb_iE"));

// Warning: you can use this function to extract the "root" domain, but it will not be as accurate as using the psl package.

function extractRootDomain(url) {
    var domain = extractHostname(url),
        splitArr = domain.split('.'),
        arrLen = splitArr.length;

    //extracting the root domain here
    //if there is a subdomain 
    if (arrLen > 2) {
        domain = splitArr[arrLen - 2] + '.' + splitArr[arrLen - 1];
        //check to see if it's using a Country Code Top Level Domain (ccTLD) (i.e. ".me.uk")
        if (splitArr[arrLen - 2].length == 2 && splitArr[arrLen - 1].length == 2) {
            //this is using a ccTLD
            domain = splitArr[arrLen - 3] + '.' + domain;
        }
    }
    return domain;
}

//test extractRootDomain
console.log("== Testing extractRootDomain: ==");
console.log(extractRootDomain("http://www.blog.classroom.me.uk/index.php"));
console.log(extractRootDomain("http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ClkQA2Lb_iE"));
console.log(extractRootDomain("https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ClkQA2Lb_iE"));
console.log(extractRootDomain("www.youtube.com/watch?v=ClkQA2Lb_iE"));
console.log(extractRootDomain("ftps://ftp.websitename.com/dir/file.txt"));
console.log(extractRootDomain("websitename.co.uk:1234/dir/file.txt"));
console.log(extractRootDomain("ftps://websitename.com:1234/dir/file.txt"));
console.log(extractRootDomain("example.com?param=value"));
console.log(extractRootDomain("https://facebook.github.io/jest/"));
console.log(extractRootDomain("//youtube.com/watch?v=ClkQA2Lb_iE"));
console.log(extractRootDomain("http://localhost:4200/watch?v=ClkQA2Lb_iE"));
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Regardless having the protocol or even port number, you can extract the domain. This is a very simplified, non-regex solution, so I think this will do.

*Thank you @Timmerz, @renoirb, @rineez, @BigDong, @ra00l, @ILikeBeansTacos, @CharlesRobertson for your suggestions! @ross-allen, thank you for reporting the bug!

How to format numbers as currency string?

Minimalistic approach that just meets the original requirements:

function formatMoney(n) {
    return "$ " + (Math.round(n * 100) / 100).toLocaleString();
}

@Daniel Magliola: You're right, the above was a hasty, incomplete implementation. Here's the corrected implementation:

function formatMoney(n) {
    return "$ " + n.toLocaleString().split(".")[0] + "."
        + n.toFixed(2).split(".")[1];
}

How to check if a variable is empty in python?

Yes, bool. It's not exactly the same -- '0' is True, but None, False, [], 0, 0.0, and "" are all False.

bool is used implicitly when you evaluate an object in a condition like an if or while statement, conditional expression, or with a boolean operator.

If you wanted to handle strings containing numbers as PHP does, you could do something like:

def empty(value):
    try:
        value = float(value)
    except ValueError:
        pass
    return bool(value)

How to match "anything up until this sequence of characters" in a regular expression?

The $ marks the end of a string, so something like this should work: [[^abc]*]$ where you're looking for anything NOT ENDING in any iteration of abc, but it would have to be at the end

Also if you're using a scripting language with regex (like php or js), they have a search function that stops when it first encounters a pattern (and you can specify start from the left or start from the right, or with php, you can do an implode to mirror the string).

How to install Guest addition in Mac OS as guest and Windows machine as host

You can use SSH and SFTP as suggested here.

  1. In the Guest OS (Mac OS X), open System Preferences > Sharing, then activate Remote Login; note the ip address specified in the Remote Login instructions, e.g. ssh [email protected]
  2. In VirtualBox, open Devices > Network > Network Settings > Advanced > Port Forwarding and specify Host IP = 127.0.0.1, Host Port 2222, Guest IP 10.0.2.15, Guest Port 22
  3. On the Host OS, run the following command sftp -P 2222 [email protected]; if you prefer a graphical interface, you can use FileZilla

Replace user and 10.0.2.15 with the appropriate values relevant to your configuration.

Disable/Enable button in Excel/VBA

This is what iDevelop is trying to say Enabled Property

So you have been infact using enabled, coz your initial post was enable..

You may try the following:

Sub disenable()
  sheets(1).button1.enabled=false
  DoEvents
  Application.ScreenUpdating = True

  For i = 1 To 10
    Application.Wait (Now + TimeValue("0:00:1"))
  Next i

  sheets(1).button1.enabled = False
End Sub

jQuery animate margin top

check this same effect with less code

$(".item").mouseover(function(){
    $('.info').animate({ marginTop: '-50px' , opacity: 0.5 }, 1000);
}); 

View recent fiddle

highlight the navigation menu for the current page

I usually use a class to achieve this. It's very simple to implement to anything, navigation links, hyperlinks and etc.

In your CSS document insert:

.current,
nav li a:hover {
   /* styles go here */
   color: #e00122;
   background-color: #fffff;
}

This will make the hover state of the list items have red text and a white background. Attach that class of current to any link on the "current" page and it will display the same styles.

Im your HTML insert:

<nav>
   <ul>
      <li class="current"><a href="#">Nav Item 1</a></li>
      <li><a href="#">Nav Item 2</a></li>
      <li><a href="#">Nav Item 3</a></li>
   </ul>
</nav>

How many bits or bytes are there in a character?

There are 8 bits in a byte (normally speaking in Windows).

However, if you are dealing with characters, it will depend on the charset/encoding. Unicode character can be 2 or 4 bytes, so that would be 16 or 32 bits, whereas Windows-1252 sometimes incorrectly called ANSI is only 1 bytes so 8 bits.

In Asian version of Windows and some others, the entire system runs in double-byte, so a character is 16 bits.

EDITED

Per Matteo's comment, all contemporary versions of Windows use 16-bits internally per character.

Pass user defined environment variable to tomcat

Environment Entries specified by <Environment> markup are JNDI, accessible using InitialContext.lookup under java:/comp/env. You can specify environment properties to the JNDI by using the environment parameter to the InitialContext constructor and application resource files.

System.getEnv() is about system environment variables of the tomcat process itself.

To set an environment variable using bash command : export TOMCAT_OPTS=-Dmy.bar=foo and start the Tomcat : ./startup.sh To retrieve the value of System property bar use System.getProperty(). System.getEnv() can be used to retrieve the environment variable i.e. TOMCAT_OPTS.

Plot a line graph, error in xy.coords(x, y, xlabel, ylabel, log) : 'x' and 'y' lengths differ

plot(t) is in this case the same as

plot(t[[1]], t[[2]])

As the error message says, x and y differ in length and that is because you plot a list with length 4 against 1:

> length(t)
[1] 4
> length(1)
[1] 1

In your second example you plot a list with elements named x and y, both vectors of length 2, so plot plots these two vectors.

Edit:

If you want to plot lines use

plot(t, type="l")

how to fire event on file select

Do whatever you want to do after the file loads successfully.just after the completion of your file processing set the value of file control to blank string.so the .change() will always be called even the file name changes or not. like for example you can do this thing and worked for me like charm

  $('#myFile').change(function () {
    LoadFile("myFile");//function to do processing of file.
    $('#myFile').val('');// set the value to empty of myfile control.
    });

What is causing this error - "Fatal error: Unable to find local grunt"

I think you don't have a grunt.js file in your project directory. Use grunt:init, which gives you options such as jQuery, node,commonjs. Select what you want, then proceed. This really works. For more information you can visit this.

Do this:

 1. npm install -g grunt
 2. grunt:init  ( you will get following options ):
      jquery: A jQuery plugin
      node: A Node module
      commonjs: A CommonJS module
      gruntplugin: A Grunt plugin
      gruntfile: A Gruntfile (grunt.js)
 3 .grunt init:jquery (if you want to create a jQuery related project.).

It should work.

Solution for v1.4:

1. npm install -g grunt-cli
2. npm init
   fill all details and it will create a package.json file.
3. npm install grunt (for grunt dependencies.)

Edit : Updated solution for new versions:

 npm install grunt --save-dev

Compiling and Running Java Code in Sublime Text 2

This version of JavaC.sublime-build which is edited from vijay's answer works for me on both Windows 7 and Mac for Sublime Text 3.

I edited it so Ctrl+b or command+b is sufficient for both build + run.

{
"shell_cmd": "javac -Xlint $file && java $file_base_name",
"file_regex": "^(...*?):([0-9]*):?([0-9]*)",
"selector": "source.java",
"shell": true
}

'&&' ensures that the second part runs only when first part succeeds ie only when the class file is generated. You can find more related info here: http://www.microsoft.com/resources/documentation/windows/xp/all/proddocs/en-us/ntcmds_shelloverview.mspx?mfr=true

Origin http://localhost is not allowed by Access-Control-Allow-Origin

a thorough reading of jQuery AJAX cross domain seems to indicate that the server you are querying is returning a header string that prohibits cross-domain json requests. Check the headers of the response you are receiving to see if the Access-Control-Allow-Origin header is set, and whether its value restricts cross-domain requests to the local host.

Laravel - Return json along with http status code

laravel 7.* You don't have to speicify JSON RESPONSE cause it's automatically converted it to JSON

return response(['Message'=>'Wrong Credintals'], 400);

Is there a way to use max-width and height for a background image?

It looks like you're trying to scale the background image? There's a great article in the reference bellow where you can use css3 to achieve this.

And if I miss-read the question then I humbly accept the votes down. (Still good to know though)

Please consider the following code:

#some_div_or_body { 
   background: url(images/bg.jpg) no-repeat center center fixed; 
   -webkit-background-size: cover;
   -moz-background-size: cover;
   -o-background-size: cover;
   background-size: cover;
}

This will work on all major browsers, of course it doesn't come easy on IE. There are some workarounds however such as using Microsoft's filters:

filter: progid:DXImageTransform.Microsoft.AlphaImageLoader(src='.myBackground.jpg', sizingMethod='scale');
-ms-filter: "progid:DXImageTransform.Microsoft.AlphaImageLoader(src='myBackground.jpg', sizingMethod='scale')";

There are some alternatives that can be used with a little bit peace of mind by using jQuery:

HTML

<img src="images/bg.jpg" id="bg" alt="">

CSS

#bg { position: fixed; top: 0; left: 0; }
.bgwidth { width: 100%; }
.bgheight { height: 100%; }

jQuery:

 $(window).load(function() {    

var theWindow        = $(window),
    $bg              = $("#bg"),
    aspectRatio      = $bg.width() / $bg.height();

function resizeBg() {

    if ( (theWindow.width() / theWindow.height()) < aspectRatio ) {
        $bg
            .removeClass()
            .addClass('bgheight');
    } else {
        $bg
            .removeClass()
            .addClass('bgwidth');
    }

}

theWindow.resize(resizeBg).trigger("resize");

});

I hope this helps!

Src: Perfect Full Page Background Image

How do I call a JavaScript function on page load?

function yourfunction() { /* do stuff on page load */ }

window.onload = yourfunction;

Or with jQuery if you want:

$(function(){
   yourfunction();
});

If you want to call more than one function on page load, take a look at this article for more information:

AngularJS sorting by property

As you can see in the code of angular-JS ( https://github.com/angular/angular.js/blob/master/src/ng/filter/orderBy.js ) ng-repeat does not work with objects. Here is a hack with sortFunction.

http://jsfiddle.net/sunnycpp/qaK56/33/

<div ng-app='myApp'>
    <div ng-controller="controller">
    <ul>
        <li ng-repeat="test in testData | orderBy:sortMe()">
            Order = {{test.value.order}} -> Key={{test.key}} Name=:{{test.value.name}}
        </li>
    </ul>
    </div>
</div>

myApp.controller('controller', ['$scope', function ($scope) {

    var testData = {
        a:{name:"CData", order: 2},
        b:{name:"AData", order: 3},
        c:{name:"BData", order: 1}
    };
    $scope.testData = _.map(testData, function(vValue, vKey) {
        return { key:vKey, value:vValue };
    }) ;
    $scope.sortMe = function() {
        return function(object) {
            return object.value.order;
        }
    }
}]);

When to use RDLC over RDL reports?

From my experience there are few things to think about both things:

I. RDL reports are HOSTED reports generally. This means you need to implement SSRS Server. They are a built in extension of Visual Studio from SQL Server for the reporting language. When you install SSRS you should have an add on called 'Business Intelligence Development Studio' which is much easier to work with the reports than without it.

R eport

D efinition

L angauge

Benefits of RDL reports:

  1. You can host the reports in an environment that has services running for you on them.
  2. You can configure security on an item or inheriting level to handle security as a standalone concept
  3. You can configure the service to send out emails(provided you have an SMTP server you have access to) and save files on schedules
  4. You have a database generally called 'ReportServer' you can query for info on the reports once published.
  5. You can access these reports still through 'ReportViewer' in a client application written in ASP.NET, WPF (with a winform control bleh!), or Winforms in .NET using 'ProcessingMode.Remote'.
  6. You can set parameters a user can see and use to gain more flexibility.
  7. You can configure parts of a report to be used for connection strings as 'Data Sources' as well as a sql query, xml, or other datasets as a 'Dataset'. These parts and others can be stored and configured to cache data on a regular basis.
  8. You can write .NET proxy classes of the services http:// /ReportServer/ReportingService2010 or /ReportExecution2005. You can then make up your OWN methods in .NET for emailing, saving, or manipulating SSRS data from the service directly of a Server hosting SSRS reports in code. Programmatically Export SSRS report from sharepoint using ReportService2010.asmx

Downsides:

  1. SSRS is kind of wonkey compared to other things on getting it up fast. Most people get confused by the security policy and designing reports as an 'add on' to VS. SQL 2005 = VS BIDS 2005 , SQL 2008 = VS BIDS 2008, SQL 2012 = VS BIDS 2010(LOL).
  2. Continuing on 1 the policy for security settings IMHO are idiotically overcomplex. There is server security, database security and roles, two security settings on the page hosted for the service. Most people only set up an admin than can't get in and wonder why other users cannot. Most common complaint or question on SSRS is related to getting in generally from my experience.
  3. You can use 'expressions' that will supposeduly 'enhance' your report. Often times you do more than a few and your report goes to a crawl in performance.
  4. You have a set amount of things you can do and export to. SSRS has no hover over reporting I know of without a javascript hack.
  5. Speed and performance can take a hit as the stupid SSRS config recycles the system and a first report can take a while at times just loading the site. You can get around this by altering it but I have found making a keep alive service for it works better.

II. RDLC reports are CLIENT CONTAINED reports that are NOT HOSTED ANYWHERE. The extra c in the name means 'Client'. Generally this is an extension of the RDL language meant for use only in Visual Studio Client Applications. It exists in Visual Studio when you add a 'reporting' item.

Benefits of RDLC reports:

  1. You can hookup a wcf service much much much more easier to the dataset.
  2. You have more control over the dataset and can use POCO classes filled with Entity framework objects or ADO.NET directly as well as tables themselves. You can monkey with the data for optimization it before binding it to the report.
  3. You can customize the look more with add on's directly in code behind.

Downsides:

  1. You need to handle parameters on your own and while you can implement wrapper methods to help the legwork is a little more than expected and unfortunate.
  2. The user cannot SEE the parameters in a 'ReportViewer' control unless it is in remote mode and accessing an RLD report. Thus you need to make textboxes, dropdowns, radio buttons on your own outside the control to pass to it. Some people like this added control, I do not personally.
  3. Anything you want to do with servicing the reports for distribution you need to build yourself. Emailing, subscriptions, saving. Sorry you need to build that in .NET or else implement a proxy that already does that from above you could just be getting using hosted reports.

Honestly I like both for different purposes. If I want something to go out to analysts that they use all the time and tweak for graphs, charts, drill downs and exports to Excel I use RDL and just have SSRS's site do all the legwork of handling the email distributions. If I want an application that has a report section and I know that application is it's own module with rules and governance I use an RDLC and having the parameters be smaller and be driven by the decisions the user made before getting to the report part of what client they are on and site and then they usually just choose a time frame or type and nothing more. So generally a complex report I would use RDL and for something simple I would use RDLC IMHO.

I hope that helps.

Jenkins fails when running "service start jenkins"

vi /etc/init.d/jenkins

add:

/usr/lib/jvm/java/jre/bin/java

How do I check if a number is positive or negative in C#?

int j = num * -1;

if (j - num  == j)
{
     // Num is equal to zero
}
else if (j < i)
{
      // Num is positive
}
else if (j > i) 
{
     // Num is negative
}

How to add an image to an svg container using D3.js

 var svg = d3.select("body")
        .append("svg")
        .style("width", 200)
        .style("height", 100)

Complex nesting of partials and templates

You may use ng-include to avoid using nested ng-views.

http://docs.angularjs.org/api/ng/directive/ngInclude
http://plnkr.co/edit/ngdoc:example-example39@snapshot?p=preview

My index page I use ng-view. Then on my sub pages which I need to have nested frames. I use ng-include. The demo shows a dropdown. I replaced mine with a link ng-click. In the function I would put $scope.template = $scope.templates[0]; or $scope.template = $scope.templates[1];

$scope.clickToSomePage= function(){
  $scope.template = $scope.templates[0];
};

Java File - Open A File And Write To It

Please Search Google given to the world by Larry Page and Sergey Brin.

BufferedWriter out = null;

try {
    FileWriter fstream = new FileWriter("out.txt", true); //true tells to append data.
    out = new BufferedWriter(fstream);
    out.write("\nsue");
}

catch (IOException e) {
    System.err.println("Error: " + e.getMessage());
}

finally {
    if(out != null) {
        out.close();
    }
}

ERROR Error: Uncaught (in promise), Cannot match any routes. URL Segment

When you use routerLink like this, then you need to pass the value of the route it should go to. But when you use routerLink with the property binding syntax, like this: [routerLink], then it should be assigned a name of the property the value of which will be the route it should navigate the user to.

So to fix your issue, replace this routerLink="['/about']" with routerLink="/about" in your HTML.

There were other places where you used property binding syntax when it wasn't really required. I've fixed it and you can simply use the template syntax below:

<nav class="main-nav>
  <ul 
    class="main-nav__list" 
    ng-sticky 
    addClass="main-sticky-link" 
    [ngClass]="ref.click ? 'Navbar__ToggleShow' : ''">
    <li class="main-nav__item" routerLinkActive="active">
      <a class="main-nav__link" routerLink="/">Home</a>
    </li>
    <li class="main-nav__item" routerLinkActive="active"> 
      <a class="main-nav__link" routerLink="/about">About us</a>
    </li>
  </ul>
</nav>

It also needs to know where exactly should it load the template for the Component corresponding to the route it has reached. So for that, don't forget to add a <router-outlet></router-outlet>, either in your template provided above or in a parent component.

There's another issue with your AppRoutingModule. You need to export the RouterModule from there so that it is available to your AppModule when it imports it. To fix that, export it from your AppRoutingModule by adding it to the exports array.

import { NgModule } from '@angular/core';
import { CommonModule } from '@angular/common';
import { RouterModule, Routes } from '@angular/router';
import { MainLayoutComponent } from './layout/main-layout/main-layout.component';
import { AboutComponent } from './components/about/about.component';
import { WhatwedoComponent } from './components/whatwedo/whatwedo.component';
import { FooterComponent } from './components/footer/footer.component';
import { ProjectsComponent } from './components/projects/projects.component';
const routes: Routes = [
  { path: 'about', component: AboutComponent },
  { path: 'what', component: WhatwedoComponent },
  { path: 'contacts', component: FooterComponent },
  { path: 'projects', component: ProjectsComponent},
];

@NgModule({
  imports: [
    CommonModule,
    RouterModule.forRoot(routes),
  ],
  exports: [RouterModule],
  declarations: []
})
export class AppRoutingModule { }

How to install maven on redhat linux

Go to mirror.olnevhost.net/pub/apache/maven/binaries/ and check what is the latest tar.gz file

Supposing it is e.g. apache-maven-3.2.1-bin.tar.gz, from the command line; you should be able to simply do:

wget http://mirror.olnevhost.net/pub/apache/maven/binaries/apache-maven-3.2.1-bin.tar.gz

And then proceed to install it.

UPDATE: Adding complete instructions (copied from the comment below)

  1. Run command above from the dir you want to extract maven to (e.g. /usr/local/apache-maven)
  2. run the following to extract the tar:

    tar xvf apache-maven-3.2.1-bin.tar.gz
    
  3. Next add the env varibles such as

    export M2_HOME=/usr/local/apache-maven/apache-maven-3.2.1

    export M2=$M2_HOME/bin

    export PATH=$M2:$PATH

  4. Verify

    mvn -version
    

How to solve maven 2.6 resource plugin dependency?

Step 1 : Check the proxy configured in eclipse is correct or not ? (Window->Preferences->General->Network Connections).

Step 2 : Right Click on Project-> Go to Maven -> Update the project

Step 3: Run as Maven Install.

==== By Following these steps, i am able to solve this error.

How can I close a dropdown on click outside?

import { Component, HostListener } from '@angular/core';

@Component({
    selector: 'custom-dropdown',
    template: `
        <div class="custom-dropdown-container">
            Dropdown code here
        </div>
    `
})
export class CustomDropdownComponent {
    thisElementClicked: boolean = false;

    constructor() { }

    @HostListener('click', ['$event'])
    onLocalClick(event: Event) {
        this.thisElementClicked = true;
    }

    @HostListener('document:click', ['$event'])
    onClick(event: Event) {
        if (!this.thisElementClicked) {
            //click was outside the element, do stuff
        }
        this.thisElementClicked = false;
    }
}

DOWNSIDES: - Two click event listeners for every one of these components on page. Don't use this on components that are on the page hundreds of times.

onActivityResult is not being called in Fragment

Most of these answers keep saying that you have to call super.onActivityResult(...) in your host Activity for your Fragment. But that did not seem to be working for me.

So, in your host Activity you should call your Fragments onActivityResult(...) instead. Here is an example.

public class HostActivity extends Activity {

    private MyFragment myFragment;

    protected void onActivityResult(...) {
        super.onActivityResult(...);
        this.myFragment.onActivityResult(...);
    }
}

At some point in your HostActivity you will need to assign this.myFragment the Fragment you are using. Or, use the FragmentManager to get the Fragment instead of keeping a reference to it in your HostActivity. Also, check for null before you try to call the this.myFragment.onActivityResult(...);.

How to echo xml file in php

This works:

<?php
$XML = "<?xml version='1.0' encoding='UTF-8'?>
<!-- Your XML -->
";

header('Content-Type: application/xml; charset=utf-8');
echo ($XML);
?>

How to get first element in a list of tuples?

you can unpack your tuples and get only the first element using a list comprehension:

l = [(1, u'abc'), (2, u'def')]
[f for f, *_ in l]

output:

[1, 2]

this will work no matter how many elements you have in a tuple:

l = [(1, u'abc'), (2, u'def', 2, 4, 5, 6, 7)]
[f for f, *_ in l]

output:

[1, 2]

Python Array with String Indices

What you want is called an associative array. In python these are called dictionaries.

Dictionaries are sometimes found in other languages as “associative memories” or “associative arrays”. Unlike sequences, which are indexed by a range of numbers, dictionaries are indexed by keys, which can be any immutable type; strings and numbers can always be keys.

myDict = {}
myDict["john"] = "johns value"
myDict["jeff"] = "jeffs value"

Alternative way to create the above dict:

myDict = {"john": "johns value", "jeff": "jeffs value"}

Accessing values:

print(myDict["jeff"]) # => "jeffs value"

Getting the keys (in Python v2):

print(myDict.keys()) # => ["john", "jeff"]

In Python 3, you'll get a dict_keys, which is a view and a bit more efficient (see views docs and PEP 3106 for details).

print(myDict.keys()) # => dict_keys(['john', 'jeff']) 

If you want to learn about python dictionary internals, I recommend this ~25 min video presentation: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=C4Kc8xzcA68. It's called the "The Mighty Dictionary".

window.onload vs $(document).ready()

Events

$(document).on('ready', handler) binds to the ready event from jQuery. The handler is called when the DOM is loaded. Assets like images maybe still are missing. It will never be called if the document is ready at the time of binding. jQuery uses the DOMContentLoaded-Event for that, emulating it if not available.

$(document).on('load', handler) is an event that will be fired once all resources are loaded from the server. Images are loaded now. While onload is a raw HTML event, ready is built by jQuery.

Functions

$(document).ready(handler) actually is a promise. The handler will be called immediately if document is ready at the time of calling. Otherwise it binds to the ready-Event.

Before jQuery 1.8, $(document).load(handler) existed as an alias to $(document).on('load',handler).

Further Reading

Set CFLAGS and CXXFLAGS options using CMake

On Unix systems, for several projects, I added these lines into the CMakeLists.txt and it was compiling successfully because base (/usr/include) and local includes (/usr/local/include) go into separated directories:

set(CMAKE_C_FLAGS "${CMAKE_C_FLAGS} -I/usr/local/include -L/usr/local/lib")
set(CMAKE_CXX_FLAGS "${CMAKE_CXX_FLAGS} -I/usr/local/include")
set(CMAKE_EXE_LINKER_FLAGS "${CMAKE_EXE_LINKER_FLAGS} -L/usr/local/lib")

It appends the correct directory, including paths for the C and C++ compiler flags and the correct directory path for the linker flags.

Note: C++ compiler (c++) doesn't support -L, so we have to use CMAKE_EXE_LINKER_FLAGS

Using SUMIFS with multiple AND OR conditions

You can use SUMIFS like this

=SUM(SUMIFS(Quote_Value,Salesman,"JBloggs",Days_To_Close,"<=90",Quote_Month,{"Oct-13","Nov-13","Dec-13"}))

The SUMIFS function will return an "array" of 3 values (one total each for "Oct-13", "Nov-13" and "Dec-13"), so you need SUM to sum that array and give you the final result.

Be careful with this syntax, you can only have at most two criteria within the formula with "OR" conditions...and if there are two then in one you must separate the criteria with commas, in the other with semi-colons.

If you need more you might use SUMPRODUCT with MATCH, e.g. in your case

=SUMPRODUCT(Quote_Value,(Salesman="JBloggs")*(Days_To_Close<=90)*ISNUMBER(MATCH(Quote_Month,{"Oct-13","Nov-13","Dec-13"},0)))

In that version you can add any number of "OR" criteria using ISNUMBER/MATCH

Difference between /res and /assets directories

If you need to refer them somewhere in the Java Code, you'd rahter put your files into the "res" directory.

And all files in the res folder will be indexed in the R file, which makes it much faster (and much easier!) to load them.

Redirect all output to file using Bash on Linux?

You can execute a subshell and redirect all output while still putting the process in the background:

( ./script.sh blah > ~/log/blah.log 2>&1 ) &
echo $! > ~/pids/blah.pid

SQL Server query to find all permissions/access for all users in a database

Here's the most popular answer submitted by Jeremy, but modified to include the sysadmin and disabled flags mentioned by Greg Sipes as well as a log_date_time column.

Best of both worlds?

/*
Source: https://stackoverflow.com/questions/7048839/sql-server-query-to-find-all-permissions-access-for-all-users-in-a-database


Security Audit Report
1) List all access provisioned to a sql user or windows user/group directly 
2) List all access provisioned to a sql user or windows user/group through a database or application role
3) List all access provisioned to the public role

Columns Returned:
UserName        : SQL or Windows/Active Directory user account.  This could also be an Active Directory group.
UserType        : Value will be either 'SQL User' or 'Windows User'.  This reflects the type of user defined for the 
                  SQL Server user account.
DatabaseUserName: Name of the associated user as defined in the database user account.  The database user may not be the
                  same as the server user.
Role            : The role name.  This will be null if the associated permissions to the object are defined at directly
                  on the user account, otherwise this will be the name of the role that the user is a member of.
PermissionType  : Type of permissions the user/role has on an object. Examples could include CONNECT, EXECUTE, SELECT
                  DELETE, INSERT, ALTER, CONTROL, TAKE OWNERSHIP, VIEW DEFINITION, etc.
                  This value may not be populated for all roles.  Some built in roles have implicit permission
                  definitions.
PermissionState : Reflects the state of the permission type, examples could include GRANT, DENY, etc.
                  This value may not be populated for all roles.  Some built in roles have implicit permission
                  definitions.
ObjectType      : Type of object the user/role is assigned permissions on.  Examples could include USER_TABLE, 
                  SQL_SCALAR_FUNCTION, SQL_INLINE_TABLE_VALUED_FUNCTION, SQL_STORED_PROCEDURE, VIEW, etc.   
                  This value may not be populated for all roles.  Some built in roles have implicit permission
                  definitions.          
ObjectName      : Name of the object that the user/role is assigned permissions on.  
                  This value may not be populated for all roles.  Some built in roles have implicit permission
                  definitions.
ColumnName      : Name of the column of the object that the user/role is assigned permissions on. This value
                  is only populated if the object is a table, view or a table value function.                 
*/

--List all access provisioned to a sql user or windows user/group directly 
SELECT  
    [UserName] = CASE princ.[type] 
                    WHEN 'S' THEN princ.[name]
                    WHEN 'U' THEN ulogin.[name] COLLATE Latin1_General_CI_AI
                 END,
    [UserType] = CASE princ.[type]
                    WHEN 'S' THEN 'SQL User'
                    WHEN 'U' THEN 'Windows User'
                 END,  
    [DatabaseUserName] = princ.[name],       
    [Role] = null,      
    [PermissionType] = perm.[permission_name],       
    [PermissionState] = perm.[state_desc],       
    [ObjectType] = obj.type_desc,--perm.[class_desc],       
    [ObjectName] = OBJECT_NAME(perm.major_id),
    [ColumnName] = col.[name],
    sp.is_disabled,
    s.sysadmin,
    GETDATE() AS [log_date_time]
FROM    
    --database user
    sys.database_principals princ  
LEFT JOIN
    --Login accounts
    sys.login_token ulogin on princ.[sid] = ulogin.[sid]
LEFT JOIN        
    --Permissions
    sys.database_permissions perm ON perm.[grantee_principal_id] = princ.[principal_id]
LEFT JOIN
    --Table columns
    sys.columns col ON col.[object_id] = perm.major_id 
                    AND col.[column_id] = perm.[minor_id]
LEFT JOIN
    sys.objects obj ON perm.[major_id] = obj.[object_id]
LEFT JOIN sys.syslogins s ON princ.sid = s.sid
LEFT JOIN sys.server_principals sp ON princ.name = sp.name
WHERE 
    princ.[type] in ('S','U')
UNION
--List all access provisioned to a sql user or windows user/group through a database or application role
SELECT  
    [UserName] = CASE memberprinc.[type] 
                    WHEN 'S' THEN memberprinc.[name]
                    WHEN 'U' THEN ulogin.[name] COLLATE Latin1_General_CI_AI
                 END,
    [UserType] = CASE memberprinc.[type]
                    WHEN 'S' THEN 'SQL User'
                    WHEN 'U' THEN 'Windows User'
                 END, 
    [DatabaseUserName] = memberprinc.[name],   
    [Role] = roleprinc.[name],      
    [PermissionType] = perm.[permission_name],       
    [PermissionState] = perm.[state_desc],       
    [ObjectType] = obj.type_desc,--perm.[class_desc],   
    [ObjectName] = OBJECT_NAME(perm.major_id),
    [ColumnName] = col.[name],
    sp.is_disabled,
    s.sysadmin,
    GETDATE() AS [log_date_time]
FROM    
    --Role/member associations
    sys.database_role_members members
JOIN
    --Roles
    sys.database_principals roleprinc ON roleprinc.[principal_id] = members.[role_principal_id]
JOIN
    --Role members (database users)
    sys.database_principals memberprinc ON memberprinc.[principal_id] = members.[member_principal_id]
LEFT JOIN
    --Login accounts
    sys.login_token ulogin on memberprinc.[sid] = ulogin.[sid]
LEFT JOIN        
    --Permissions
    sys.database_permissions perm ON perm.[grantee_principal_id] = roleprinc.[principal_id]
LEFT JOIN
    --Table columns
    sys.columns col on col.[object_id] = perm.major_id 
                    AND col.[column_id] = perm.[minor_id]
LEFT JOIN
    sys.objects obj ON perm.[major_id] = obj.[object_id]
LEFT JOIN sys.syslogins s ON memberprinc.[sid] = s.sid
LEFT JOIN sys.server_principals sp ON memberprinc.[name] = sp.name
UNION
--List all access provisioned to the public role, which everyone gets by default
SELECT  
    [UserName] = '{All Users}',
    [UserType] = '{All Users}', 
    [DatabaseUserName] = '{All Users}',       
    [Role] = roleprinc.[name],      
    [PermissionType] = perm.[permission_name],       
    [PermissionState] = perm.[state_desc],       
    [ObjectType] = obj.type_desc,--perm.[class_desc],  
    [ObjectName] = OBJECT_NAME(perm.major_id),
    [ColumnName] = col.[name],
    sp.is_disabled,
    s.sysadmin,
    GETDATE() AS [log_date_time]
FROM    
    --Roles
    sys.database_principals roleprinc
LEFT JOIN        
    --Role permissions
    sys.database_permissions perm ON perm.[grantee_principal_id] = roleprinc.[principal_id]
LEFT JOIN
    --Table columns
    sys.columns col on col.[object_id] = perm.major_id 
                    AND col.[column_id] = perm.[minor_id]     
LEFT JOIN sys.syslogins s ON roleprinc.sid = s.sid
LEFT JOIN sys.server_principals sp ON roleprinc.name = sp.name
JOIN 
    --All objects   
    sys.objects obj ON obj.[object_id] = perm.[major_id]
WHERE
    --Only roles
    roleprinc.[type] = 'R' AND
    --Only public role
    roleprinc.[name] = 'public' AND
    --Only objects of ours, not the MS objects
    obj.is_ms_shipped = 0
ORDER BY
    princ.[Name],
    OBJECT_NAME(perm.major_id),
    col.[name],
    perm.[permission_name],
    perm.[state_desc],
    obj.type_desc--perm.[class_desc] 

Multiline TextBox multiple newline

I had the same problem. If I add one Environment.Newline I get one new line in the textbox. But if I add two Environment.Newline I get one new line. In my web app I use a whitespace modul that removes all unnecessary white spaces. If i disable this module I get two new lines in my textbox. Hope that helps.

How to trap the backspace key using jQuery?

Working on the same idea as above , but generalizing a bit . Since the backspace should work fine on the input elements , but should not work if the focus is a paragraph or something , since it is there where the page tends to go back to the previous page in history .

$('html').on('keydown' , function(event) {

        if(! $(event.target).is('input')) {
            console.log(event.which);
           //event.preventDefault();
           if(event.which == 8) {
            //  alert('backspace pressed');
            return false;
         }
        }
});

returning false => both event.preventDefault and event.stopPropagation are in effect .

error LNK2005, already defined?

Presence of int k; in the header file causes symbol k to be defined within each translation unit this header is included to while linker expects it to be defined only once (aka One Definition Rule Violation).

While suggestion involving extern are not wrong, extern is a C-ism and should not be used.

Pre C++17 solution that would allow variable in header file to be defined in multiple translation units without causing ODR violation would be conversion to template:

template<typename x_Dummy = void> class
t_HeaderVariableHolder
{
    public: static int s_k;
};

template<typename x_Dummy> int t_HeaderVariableHolder<x_Dummy>::s_k{};

// Getter is necessary to decouple variable storage implementation details from access to it.
inline int & Get_K() noexcept
{
    return t_HeaderVariableHolder<>::s_k;
}

With C++17 things become much simpler as it allows inline variables:

inline int g_k{};

// Getter is necessary to decouple variable storage implementation details from access to it.
inline int & Get_K() noexcept
{
    return g_k;
}

How do I get first element rather than using [0] in jQuery?

You can use the first selector.

var header = $('.header:first')

Is key-value observation (KVO) available in Swift?

Currently Swift does not support any built in mechanism for observing property changes of objects other than 'self', so no, it does not support KVO.

However, KVO is such a fundamental part of Objective-C and Cocoa that it seems quite likely that it will be added in the future. The current documentation seems to imply this:

Key-Value Observing

Information forthcoming.

Using Swift with Cocoa and Objective-C

Convert serial.read() into a useable string using Arduino?

From Help with Serial.Read() getting string:

char inData[20]; // Allocate some space for the string
char inChar=-1; // Where to store the character read
byte index = 0; // Index into array; where to store the character

void setup() {
    Serial.begin(9600);
    Serial.write("Power On");
}

char Comp(char* This) {
    while (Serial.available() > 0) // Don't read unless
                                       // there you know there is data
    {
       if(index < 19) // One less than the size of the array
       {
           inChar = Serial.read(); // Read a character
           inData[index] = inChar; // Store it
           index++; // Increment where to write next
           inData[index] = '\0'; // Null terminate the string
       }
    }

    if (strcmp(inData,This)  == 0) {
       for (int i=0;i<19;i++) {
            inData[i]=0;
       }
       index=0;
       return(0);
    }
    else {
       return(1);
    }
}

void loop()
{
    if (Comp("m1 on")==0) {
        Serial.write("Motor 1 -> Online\n");
    }
    if (Comp("m1 off")==0) {
       Serial.write("Motor 1 -> Offline\n");
    }
}

How can I download HTML source in C#

@cms way is the more recent, suggested in MS website, but I had a hard problem to solve, with both method posted here, now I post the solution for all!

problem: if you use an url like this: www.somesite.it/?p=1500 in some case you get an internal server error (500), although in web browser this www.somesite.it/?p=1500 perfectly work.

solution: you have to move out parameters, working code is:

using System.Net;
//...
using (WebClient client = new WebClient ()) 
{
    client.QueryString.Add("p", "1500"); //add parameters
    string htmlCode = client.DownloadString("www.somesite.it");
    //...
}

here official documentation

Spark difference between reduceByKey vs groupByKey vs aggregateByKey vs combineByKey

ReduceByKey reduceByKey(func, [numTasks])-

Data is combined so that at each partition there should be at least one value for each key. And then shuffle happens and it is sent over the network to some particular executor for some action such as reduce.

GroupByKey - groupByKey([numTasks])

It doesn't merge the values for the key but directly the shuffle process happens and here lot of data gets sent to each partition, almost same as the initial data.

And the merging of values for each key is done after the shuffle. Here lot of data stored on final worker node so resulting in out of memory issue.

AggregateByKey - aggregateByKey(zeroValue)(seqOp, combOp, [numTasks]) It is similar to reduceByKey but you can provide initial values when performing aggregation.

Use of reduceByKey

  • reduceByKey can be used when we run on large data set.

  • reduceByKey when the input and output value types are of same type over aggregateByKey

Moreover it recommended not to use groupByKey and prefer reduceByKey. For details you can refer here.

You can also refer this question to understand in more detail how reduceByKey and aggregateByKey.

Compare two different files line by line in python

If order is preserved between files you might also prefer difflib. Although Rob?'s result is the bona-fide standard for intersections you might actually be looking for a rough diff-like:

from difflib import Differ

with open('cfg1.txt') as f1, open('cfg2.txt') as f2:
    differ = Differ()

    for line in differ.compare(f1.readlines(), f2.readlines()):
        if line.startswith(" "):
            print(line[2:], end="")

That said, this has a different behaviour to what you asked for (order is important) even though in this instance the same output is produced.

How to assign string to bytes array

Go, convert a string to a bytes slice

You need a fast way to convert a []string to []byte type. To use in situations such as storing text data into a random access file or other type of data manipulation that requires the input data to be in []byte type.

package main

func main() {

    var s string

    //...

    b := []byte(s)

    //...
}

which is useful when using ioutil.WriteFile, which accepts a bytes slice as its data parameter:

WriteFile func(filename string, data []byte, perm os.FileMode) error

Another example

package main

import (
    "fmt"
    "strings"
)

func main() {

    stringSlice := []string{"hello", "world"}

    stringByte := strings.Join(stringSlice, " ")

    // Byte array value
    fmt.Println([]byte(stringByte))

    // Corresponding string value
    fmt.Println(string([]byte(stringByte)))
}

Output:

[104 101 108 108 111 32 119 111 114 108 100] hello world

Please check the link playground

How to switch activity without animation in Android?

You can create a style,

 <style name="noAnimTheme" parent="android:Theme">
   <item name="android:windowAnimationStyle">@null</item>
</style>

and set it as theme for your activity in the manifest:

   <activity android:name=".ui.ArticlesActivity" android:theme="@style/noAnimTheme">
    </activity>

You can also define a style to specify custom entry and exit animations. http://developer.android.com/reference/android/R.attr.html#windowEnterAnimation

How to use putExtra() and getExtra() for string data

Push Data

import android.content.Intent;

    ...

    Intent intent = 
        new Intent( 
            this, 
            MyActivity.class );
    intent.putExtra( "paramName", "paramValue" );
    startActivity( intent );

The above code might be inside the main activity. "MyActivity.class" is the second Activity we want to launch; it must be explicitly included in your AndroidManifest.xml file.

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

Pull Data

import android.os.Bundle;

    ...

    Bundle extras = getIntent().getExtras();
    if (extras != null)
    {
        String myParam = extras.getString("paramName");
    }
    else
    {
        //..oops!
    }

In this example, the above code would be inside your MyActivity.java file.

Gotchas

This method can only pass strings. So let's say you need to pass an ArrayList to your ListActivity; a possible workaround is to pass a comma-separated-string and then split it on the other side.

Alternative Solutions

Use SharedPreferences

Node.js Error: connect ECONNREFUSED

Sometimes it may occur, if there is any database connection in your code but you did not start the database server yet.

Im my case i have some piece of code to connect with mongodb

mongoose.connect("mongodb://localhost:27017/demoDb");

after i started the mongodb server with the command mongod this error is gone

VBA - how to conditionally skip a for loop iteration

Continue For isn't valid in VBA or VB6.

From this MSDN page it looks to have been introduced into VB.Net in VS 2005./Net 2.

As the others have said there's not really an option other than to use Goto or an Else.

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

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

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

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

00-1-555-555-1212

And from Russia, they would dial

810-1-555-555-1212

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

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

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

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

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