Programs & Examples On #Script component

The Script component hosts script and enables SSIS package to include and run custom script code. The Script component provides an easy and quick way to include custom functions in a data flow.

Plot smooth line with PyPlot

See the scipy.interpolate documentation for some examples.

The following example demonstrates its use, for linear and cubic spline interpolation:

>>> from scipy.interpolate import interp1d

>>> x = np.linspace(0, 10, num=11, endpoint=True)
>>> y = np.cos(-x**2/9.0)
>>> f = interp1d(x, y)
>>> f2 = interp1d(x, y, kind='cubic')

>>> xnew = np.linspace(0, 10, num=41, endpoint=True)
>>> import matplotlib.pyplot as plt
>>> plt.plot(x, y, 'o', xnew, f(xnew), '-', xnew, f2(xnew), '--')
>>> plt.legend(['data', 'linear', 'cubic'], loc='best')
>>> plt.show()

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Linux Command History with date and time

It depends on the shell (and its configuration) in standard bash only the command is stored without the date and time (check .bash_history if there is any timestamp there).

To have bash store the timestamp you need to set HISTTIMEFORMAT before executing the commands, e.g. in .bashrc or .bash_profile. This will cause bash to store the timestamps in .bash_history (see the entries starting with #).

In Java, how do I parse XML as a String instead of a file?

I have this function in my code base, this should work for you.

public static Document loadXMLFromString(String xml) throws Exception
{
    DocumentBuilderFactory factory = DocumentBuilderFactory.newInstance();
    DocumentBuilder builder = factory.newDocumentBuilder();
    InputSource is = new InputSource(new StringReader(xml));
    return builder.parse(is);
}

also see this similar question

ActionController::UnknownFormat

Well I fond this post because I got a similar error. So I added the top line like in your controller respond_to :html, :json

then I got a different error(see below)

The controller-level respond_to' feature has been extracted to theresponders` gem. Add it to your Gemfile to continue using this feature: gem 'responders', '~> 2.0' Consult the Rails upgrade guide for details. But that had nothing to do with it.

Could not connect to Redis at 127.0.0.1:6379: Connection refused with homebrew

I was stuck on this for a long time. After a lot of tries I was able to configured it properly.

There can be different reasons of raising the error. I am trying to provide the reason and the solution to overcome from that situation.

  1. 6379 Port is not allowed by ufw firewall.

    Solution: type following command sudo ufw allow 6379

  2. The issue can be related to permission of redis user. May be redis user doesn't have permission of modifying necessary redis directories. The redis user should have permissions in the following directories:

    • /var/lib/redis
    • /var/log/redis
    • /run/redis
    • /etc/redis

    To give the owner permission to redis user, type the following commands:

    • sudo chown -R redis:redis /var/lib/redis
    • sudo chown -R redis:redis /var/log/redis
    • sudo chown -R redis:redis /run/redis
    • sudo chown -R redis:redis /etc/redis.

    Now restart redis-server by following command:

    sudo systemctl restart redis-server

Hope this will be helpful for somebody.

CSS center display inline block?

If you have a <div> with text-align:center;, then any text inside it will be centered with respect to the width of that container element. inline-block elements are treated as text for this purpose, so they will also be centered.

Copy folder recursively in Node.js

Here's a function that recursively copies a directory and its contents to another directory:

const fs = require("fs")
const path = require("path")

/**
 * Look ma, it's cp -R.
 * @param {string} src  The path to the thing to copy.
 * @param {string} dest The path to the new copy.
 */
var copyRecursiveSync = function(src, dest) {
  var exists = fs.existsSync(src);
  var stats = exists && fs.statSync(src);
  var isDirectory = exists && stats.isDirectory();
  if (isDirectory) {
    fs.mkdirSync(dest);
    fs.readdirSync(src).forEach(function(childItemName) {
      copyRecursiveSync(path.join(src, childItemName),
                        path.join(dest, childItemName));
    });
  } else {
    fs.copyFileSync(src, dest);
  }
};

Merge Two Lists in R

Here are two options, the first:

both <- list(first, second)
n <- unique(unlist(lapply(both, names)))
names(n) <- n
lapply(n, function(ni) unlist(lapply(both, `[[`, ni)))

and the second, which works only if they have the same structure:

apply(cbind(first, second),1,function(x) unname(unlist(x)))

Both give the desired result.

Mock functions in Go

Considering unit test is the domain of this question, highly recommend you to use monkey. This Package make you to mock test without changing your original source code. Compare to other answer, it's more "non-intrusive".

main

type AA struct {
 //...
}
func (a *AA) OriginalFunc() {
//...
}

mock test

var a *AA

func NewFunc(a *AA) {
 //...
}

monkey.PatchMethod(reflect.TypeOf(a), "OriginalFunc", NewFunc)

Bad side is:

  • Reminded by Dave.C, This method is unsafe. So don't use it outside of unit test.
  • Is non-idiomatic Go.

Good side is:

  • Is non-intrusive. Make you do things without changing the main code. Like Thomas said.
  • Make you change behavior of package (maybe provided by third party) with least code.

Blurry text after using CSS transform: scale(); in Chrome

In my case following code caused blurry font:

-webkit-transform: translate(-50%,-50%);
transform: translate(-50%,-50%);

and just adding zoom property fixed it for me. Play around with zoom, following worked for me:

zoom: 97%;   

Webpack not excluding node_modules

Try use absolute path:

exclude:path.resolve(__dirname, "node_modules")

Get the selected value in a dropdown using jQuery.

The above solutions didn't work for me. Here is what I finally came up with:

$( "#ddl" ).find( "option:selected" ).text();           // Text
$( "#ddl" ).find( "option:selected" ).prop("value");    // Value

How to press back button in android programmatically?

Call onBackPressed after overriding it in your activity.

Android Fragments and animation

I'd highly suggest you use this instead of creating the animation file because it's a much better solution. Android Studio already provides default animation you can use without creating any new XML file. The animations' names are android.R.anim.slide_in_left and android.R.anim.slide_out_right and you can use them as follows:

fragmentTransaction.setCustomAnimations(android.R.anim.slide_in_left, android.R.anim.slide_out_right);

FragmentManager fragmentManager = getSupportFragmentManager();
FragmentTransaction fragmentTransaction = fragmentManager.beginTransaction();              
fragmentTransaction.setCustomAnimations(android.R.anim.slide_in_left, android.R.anim.slide_out_right);
fragmentManager.addOnBackStackChangedListener(this);
fragmentTransaction.replace(R.id.frame, firstFragment, "h");
fragmentTransaction.addToBackStack("h");
fragmentTransaction.commit();

Output:

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Add to integers in a list

You can append to the end of a list:

foo = [1, 2, 3, 4, 5]
foo.append(4)
foo.append([8,7])    
print(foo)            # [1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 4, [8, 7]]

You can edit items in the list like this:

foo = [1, 2, 3, 4, 5]
foo[3] = foo[3] + 4     
print(foo)            # [1, 2, 3, 8, 5]

Insert integers into the middle of a list:

x = [2, 5, 10]
x.insert(2, 77)
print(x)              # [2, 5, 77, 10]

Exception thrown in catch and finally clause

I think you just have to walk the finally blocks:

  1. Print "1".
  2. finally in q print "3".
  3. finally in main print "2".

How to avoid the "Circular view path" exception with Spring MVC test

I solved this problem by using @ResponseBody like below:

@RequestMapping(value = "/resturl", method = RequestMethod.GET, produces = {"application/json"})
    @ResponseStatus(HttpStatus.OK)
    @Transactional(value = "jpaTransactionManager")
    public @ResponseBody List<DomainObject> findByResourceID(@PathParam("resourceID") String resourceID) {

How to delete a line from a text file in C#?

I extended what Markus Olsson suggested, and came up with this class that adds multiple search strings and a couple of event:

public static class TextLineRemover
{
    public static void RemoveTextLines(IList<string> linesToRemove, string filename, string tempFilename)
    {
        // Initial values
        int lineNumber = 0;
        int linesRemoved = 0;
        DateTime startTime = DateTime.Now;

        // Read file
        using (var sr = new StreamReader(filename))
        {
            // Write new file
            using (var sw = new StreamWriter(tempFilename))
            {
                // Read lines
                string line;
                while ((line = sr.ReadLine()) != null)
                {
                    lineNumber++;
                    // Look for text to remove
                    if (!ContainsString(line, linesToRemove))
                    {
                        // Keep lines that does not match
                        sw.WriteLine(line);
                    }
                    else
                    {
                        // Ignore lines that DO match
                        linesRemoved++;
                        InvokeOnRemovedLine(new RemovedLineArgs { RemovedLine = line, RemovedLineNumber = lineNumber});
                    }
                }
            }
        }
        // Delete original file
        File.Delete(filename);

        // ... and put the temp file in its place.
        File.Move(tempFilename, filename);

        // Final calculations
        DateTime endTime = DateTime.Now;
        InvokeOnFinished(new FinishedArgs {LinesRemoved = linesRemoved, TotalLines = lineNumber, TotalTime = endTime.Subtract(startTime)});
    }

    private static bool ContainsString(string line, IEnumerable<string> linesToRemove)
    {
        foreach (var lineToRemove in linesToRemove)
        {
            if(line.Contains(lineToRemove))
                return true;
        }
        return false;
    }

    public static event RemovedLine OnRemovedLine;
    public static event Finished OnFinished;

    public static void InvokeOnFinished(FinishedArgs args)
    {
        Finished handler = OnFinished;
        if (handler != null) handler(null, args);
    }

    public static void InvokeOnRemovedLine(RemovedLineArgs args)
    {
        RemovedLine handler = OnRemovedLine;
        if (handler != null) handler(null, args);
    }
}

public delegate void Finished(object sender, FinishedArgs args);

public class FinishedArgs
{
    public int TotalLines { get; set; }
    public int LinesRemoved { get; set; }
    public TimeSpan TotalTime { get; set; }
}

public delegate void RemovedLine(object sender, RemovedLineArgs args);

public class RemovedLineArgs
{
    public string RemovedLine { get; set; }
    public int RemovedLineNumber { get; set; }
}

Usage:

TextLineRemover.OnRemovedLine += (o, removedLineArgs) => Console.WriteLine(string.Format("Removed \"{0}\" at line {1}", removedLineArgs.RemovedLine, removedLineArgs.RemovedLineNumber));
TextLineRemover.OnFinished += (o, finishedArgs) => Console.WriteLine(string.Format("{0} of {1} lines removed. Time used: {2}", finishedArgs.LinesRemoved, finishedArgs.TotalLines, finishedArgs.TotalTime.ToString()));
TextLineRemover.RemoveTextLines(new List<string> { "aaa", "bbb" }, fileName, fileName + ".tmp");

Parse query string into an array

For this specific question the chosen answer is correct but if there is a redundant parameter—like an extra "e"—in the URL the function will silently fail without an error or exception being thrown:

a=2&b=2&c=5&d=4&e=1&e=2&e=3 

So I prefer using my own parser like so:

//$_SERVER['QUERY_STRING'] = `a=2&b=2&c=5&d=4&e=100&e=200&e=300` 

$url_qry_str  = explode('&', $_SERVER['QUERY_STRING']);

//arrays that will hold the values from the url
$a_arr = $b_arr = $c_arr = $d_arr = $e_arr =  array();

foreach( $url_qry_str as $param )
    {
      $var =  explode('=', $param, 2);
      if($var[0]=="a")      $a_arr[]=$var[1];
      if($var[0]=="b")      $b_arr[]=$var[1];
      if($var[0]=="c")      $c_arr[]=$var[1];
      if($var[0]=="d")      $d_arr[]=$var[1];
      if($var[0]=="e")      $e_arr[]=$var[1];
    }

    var_dump($e_arr); 
    // will return :
    //array(3) { [0]=> string(1) "100" [1]=> string(1) "200" [2]=> string(1) "300" } 

Now you have all the occurrences of each parameter in its own array, you can always merge them into one array if you want to.

Hope that helps!

Error while installing json gem 'mkmf.rb can't find header files for ruby'

Xcode 11 / macOS Catalina

On Xcode 11 / macOS Catalina, the header files are no longer in the old location and the old /Library/Developer/CommandLineTools/Packages/macOS_SDK_headers_for_macOS_10.14.pkg file is no longer available.

Instead, the headers are now installed to the /usr/include directory of the current SDK path:

/Applications/Xcode.app/Contents/Developer/Platforms/MacOSX.platform/Developer/SDKs/MacOSX.sdk/usr/include

Most of this directory can be found by using the output of xcrun --show-sdk-path. And if you add this path to the CPATH environment variable, then build scripts (including those called via bundle) will generally be able to find it.

I resolved this by setting my CPATH in my .zshrc file:

export CPATH="$(xcrun --show-sdk-path)/usr/include"

After opening a new shell (or running source .zshrc), I no longer receive the error message mkmf.rb can't find header files for ruby at /usr/lib/ruby/ruby.h and the rubygems install properly.

Note on Building to Non-macOS Platforms

If you are building to non-macOS platforms, such as iOS/tvOS/watchOS, this change will attempt to include the macOS SDK in those platforms, causing build errors. To resolve, either don't set CPATH environment variable on login, or temporarily set it to blank when running xcodebuild like so:

CPATH="" xcodebuild --some-args

How to return the current timestamp with Moment.js?

To use am / pm with moment, here is a snippet from a react component

import Moment from 'moment';

const time = Moment().format("hh:mm a")

For reference please remember Moment.js is considered a legacy project that can carry performance overhead enter image description here

Remove Datepicker Function dynamically

Well I had the same issue and tried "destroy" but that not worked for me. Then I found following work around My HTML was:

<input placeholder="Select Date" id="MyControlId" class="form-control datepicker" type="text" />

Jquery That work for me:

$('#MyControlId').data('datepicker').remove();

How to increment a datetime by one day?

All of the current answers are wrong in some cases as they do not consider that timezones change their offset relative to UTC. So in some cases adding 24h is different from adding a calendar day.

Proposed solution

The following solution works for Samoa and keeps the local time constant.

def add_day(today):
    """
    Add a day to the current day.

    This takes care of historic offset changes and DST.

    Parameters
    ----------
    today : timezone-aware datetime object

    Returns
    -------
    tomorrow : timezone-aware datetime object
    """
    today_utc = today.astimezone(datetime.timezone.utc)
    tz = today.tzinfo
    tomorrow_utc = today_utc + datetime.timedelta(days=1)
    tomorrow_utc_tz = tomorrow_utc.astimezone(tz)
    tomorrow_utc_tz = tomorrow_utc_tz.replace(hour=today.hour,
                                              minute=today.minute,
                                              second=today.second)
    return tomorrow_utc_tz

Tested Code

# core modules
import datetime

# 3rd party modules
import pytz


# add_day methods
def add_day(today):
    """
    Add a day to the current day.

    This takes care of historic offset changes and DST.

    Parameters
    ----------
    today : timezone-aware datetime object

    Returns
    -------
    tomorrow : timezone-aware datetime object
    """
    today_utc = today.astimezone(datetime.timezone.utc)
    tz = today.tzinfo
    tomorrow_utc = today_utc + datetime.timedelta(days=1)
    tomorrow_utc_tz = tomorrow_utc.astimezone(tz)
    tomorrow_utc_tz = tomorrow_utc_tz.replace(hour=today.hour,
                                              minute=today.minute,
                                              second=today.second)
    return tomorrow_utc_tz


def add_day_datetime_timedelta_conversion(today):
    # Correct for Samoa, but dst shift
    today_utc = today.astimezone(datetime.timezone.utc)
    tz = today.tzinfo
    tomorrow_utc = today_utc + datetime.timedelta(days=1)
    tomorrow_utc_tz = tomorrow_utc.astimezone(tz)
    return tomorrow_utc_tz


def add_day_dateutil_relativedelta(today):
    # WRONG!
    from dateutil.relativedelta import relativedelta
    return today + relativedelta(days=1)


def add_day_datetime_timedelta(today):
    # WRONG!
    return today + datetime.timedelta(days=1)


# Test cases
def test_samoa(add_day):
    """
    Test if add_day properly increases the calendar day for Samoa.

    Due to economic considerations, Samoa went from 2011-12-30 10:00-11:00
    to 2011-12-30 10:00+13:00. Hence the country skipped 2011-12-30 in its
    local time.

    See https://stackoverflow.com/q/52084423/562769

    A common wrong result here is 2011-12-30T23:59:00-10:00. This date never
    happened in Samoa.
    """
    tz = pytz.timezone('Pacific/Apia')
    today_utc = datetime.datetime(2011, 12, 30, 9, 59,
                                  tzinfo=datetime.timezone.utc)
    today_tz = today_utc.astimezone(tz)  # 2011-12-29T23:59:00-10:00
    tomorrow = add_day(today_tz)
    return tomorrow.isoformat() == '2011-12-31T23:59:00+14:00'


def test_dst(add_day):
    """Test if add_day properly increases the calendar day if DST happens."""
    tz = pytz.timezone('Europe/Berlin')
    today_utc = datetime.datetime(2018, 3, 25, 0, 59,
                                  tzinfo=datetime.timezone.utc)
    today_tz = today_utc.astimezone(tz)  # 2018-03-25T01:59:00+01:00
    tomorrow = add_day(today_tz)
    return tomorrow.isoformat() == '2018-03-26T01:59:00+02:00'


to_test = [(add_day_dateutil_relativedelta, 'relativedelta'),
           (add_day_datetime_timedelta, 'timedelta'),
           (add_day_datetime_timedelta_conversion, 'timedelta+conversion'),
           (add_day, 'timedelta+conversion+dst')]
print('{:<25}: {:>5} {:>5}'.format('Method', 'Samoa', 'DST'))
for method, name in to_test:
    print('{:<25}: {:>5} {:>5}'
          .format(name,
                  test_samoa(method),
                  test_dst(method)))

Test results

Method                   : Samoa   DST
relativedelta            :     0     0
timedelta                :     0     0
timedelta+conversion     :     1     0
timedelta+conversion+dst :     1     1

Inverse of a matrix using numpy

What about inv?

e.g.: my_inverse_array = inv(my_array)

Spring Data JPA map the native query result to Non-Entity POJO

You can write your native or non-native query the way you want, and you can wrap JPQL query results with instances of custom result classes. Create a DTO with the same names of columns returned in query and create an all argument constructor with same sequence and names as returned by the query. Then use following way to query the database.

@Query("SELECT NEW example.CountryAndCapital(c.name, c.capital.name) FROM Country AS c")

Create DTO:

package example;

public class CountryAndCapital {
    public String countryName;
    public String capitalName;

    public CountryAndCapital(String countryName, String capitalName) {
        this.countryName = countryName;
        this.capitalName = capitalName;
    }
}

Embedding SVG into ReactJS

You can import svg and it use it like a image

import chatSVG from '../assets/images/undraw_typing_jie3.svg'

And ise it in img tag

<img src={chatSVG} className='iconChat' alt="Icon chat"/>

Import CSV into SQL Server (including automatic table creation)

You can create a temp table variable and insert the data into it, then insert the data into your actual table by selecting it from the temp table.

 declare @TableVar table 
 (
    firstCol varchar(50) NOT NULL,
    secondCol varchar(50) NOT NULL
 )

BULK INSERT @TableVar FROM 'PathToCSVFile' WITH (FIELDTERMINATOR = ',', ROWTERMINATOR = '\n')
GO

INSERT INTO dbo.ExistingTable
(
    firstCol,
    secondCol
)
SELECT firstCol,
       secondCol
FROM @TableVar

GO

TypeError: 'tuple' object does not support item assignment when swapping values

Evaluating "1,2,3" results in (1, 2, 3), a tuple. As you've discovered, tuples are immutable. Convert to a list before processing.

How to generate keyboard events?

user648852's idea at least for me works great for OS X, here is the code to do it:

#!/usr/bin/env python

import time
from Quartz.CoreGraphics import CGEventCreateKeyboardEvent
from Quartz.CoreGraphics import CGEventPost

# Python releases things automatically, using CFRelease will result in a scary error
#from Quartz.CoreGraphics import CFRelease

from Quartz.CoreGraphics import kCGHIDEventTap

# From http://stackoverflow.com/questions/281133/controlling-the-mouse-from-python-in-os-x
# and from https://developer.apple.com/library/mac/documentation/Carbon/Reference/QuartzEventServicesRef/index.html#//apple_ref/c/func/CGEventCreateKeyboardEvent


def KeyDown(k):
    keyCode, shiftKey = toKeyCode(k)

    time.sleep(0.0001)

    if shiftKey:
        CGEventPost(kCGHIDEventTap, CGEventCreateKeyboardEvent(None, 0x38, True))
        time.sleep(0.0001)

    CGEventPost(kCGHIDEventTap, CGEventCreateKeyboardEvent(None, keyCode, True))
    time.sleep(0.0001)

    if shiftKey:
        CGEventPost(kCGHIDEventTap, CGEventCreateKeyboardEvent(None, 0x38, False))
        time.sleep(0.0001)

def KeyUp(k):
    keyCode, shiftKey = toKeyCode(k)

    time.sleep(0.0001)

    CGEventPost(kCGHIDEventTap, CGEventCreateKeyboardEvent(None, keyCode, False))
    time.sleep(0.0001)

def KeyPress(k):
    keyCode, shiftKey = toKeyCode(k)

    time.sleep(0.0001)

    if shiftKey:
        CGEventPost(kCGHIDEventTap, CGEventCreateKeyboardEvent(None, 0x38, True))
        time.sleep(0.0001)

    CGEventPost(kCGHIDEventTap, CGEventCreateKeyboardEvent(None, keyCode, True))
    time.sleep(0.0001)

    CGEventPost(kCGHIDEventTap, CGEventCreateKeyboardEvent(None, keyCode, False))
    time.sleep(0.0001)

    if shiftKey:
        CGEventPost(kCGHIDEventTap, CGEventCreateKeyboardEvent(None, 0x38, False))
        time.sleep(0.0001)



# From http://stackoverflow.com/questions/3202629/where-can-i-find-a-list-of-mac-virtual-key-codes

def toKeyCode(c):
    shiftKey = False
    # Letter
    if c.isalpha():
        if not c.islower():
            shiftKey = True
            c = c.lower()

    if c in shiftChars:
        shiftKey = True
        c = shiftChars[c]
    if c in keyCodeMap:
        keyCode = keyCodeMap[c]
    else:
        keyCode = ord(c)
    return keyCode, shiftKey

shiftChars = {
    '~': '`',
    '!': '1',
    '@': '2',
    '#': '3',
    '$': '4',
    '%': '5',
    '^': '6',
    '&': '7',
    '*': '8',
    '(': '9',
    ')': '0',
    '_': '-',
    '+': '=',
    '{': '[',
    '}': ']',
    '|': '\\',
    ':': ';',
    '"': '\'',
    '<': ',',
    '>': '.',
    '?': '/'
}


keyCodeMap = {
    'a'                 : 0x00,
    's'                 : 0x01,
    'd'                 : 0x02,
    'f'                 : 0x03,
    'h'                 : 0x04,
    'g'                 : 0x05,
    'z'                 : 0x06,
    'x'                 : 0x07,
    'c'                 : 0x08,
    'v'                 : 0x09,
    'b'                 : 0x0B,
    'q'                 : 0x0C,
    'w'                 : 0x0D,
    'e'                 : 0x0E,
    'r'                 : 0x0F,
    'y'                 : 0x10,
    't'                 : 0x11,
    '1'                 : 0x12,
    '2'                 : 0x13,
    '3'                 : 0x14,
    '4'                 : 0x15,
    '6'                 : 0x16,
    '5'                 : 0x17,
    '='                 : 0x18,
    '9'                 : 0x19,
    '7'                 : 0x1A,
    '-'                 : 0x1B,
    '8'                 : 0x1C,
    '0'                 : 0x1D,
    ']'                 : 0x1E,
    'o'                 : 0x1F,
    'u'                 : 0x20,
    '['                 : 0x21,
    'i'                 : 0x22,
    'p'                 : 0x23,
    'l'                 : 0x25,
    'j'                 : 0x26,
    '\''                : 0x27,
    'k'                 : 0x28,
    ';'                 : 0x29,
    '\\'                : 0x2A,
    ','                 : 0x2B,
    '/'                 : 0x2C,
    'n'                 : 0x2D,
    'm'                 : 0x2E,
    '.'                 : 0x2F,
    '`'                 : 0x32,
    'k.'                : 0x41,
    'k*'                : 0x43,
    'k+'                : 0x45,
    'kclear'            : 0x47,
    'k/'                : 0x4B,
    'k\n'               : 0x4C,
    'k-'                : 0x4E,
    'k='                : 0x51,
    'k0'                : 0x52,
    'k1'                : 0x53,
    'k2'                : 0x54,
    'k3'                : 0x55,
    'k4'                : 0x56,
    'k5'                : 0x57,
    'k6'                : 0x58,
    'k7'                : 0x59,
    'k8'                : 0x5B,
    'k9'                : 0x5C,

    # keycodes for keys that are independent of keyboard layout
    '\n'                : 0x24,
    '\t'                : 0x30,
    ' '                 : 0x31,
    'del'               : 0x33,
    'delete'            : 0x33,
    'esc'               : 0x35,
    'escape'            : 0x35,
    'cmd'               : 0x37,
    'command'           : 0x37,
    'shift'             : 0x38,
    'caps lock'         : 0x39,
    'option'            : 0x3A,
    'ctrl'              : 0x3B,
    'control'           : 0x3B,
    'right shift'       : 0x3C,
    'rshift'            : 0x3C,
    'right option'      : 0x3D,
    'roption'           : 0x3D,
    'right control'     : 0x3E,
    'rcontrol'          : 0x3E,
    'fun'               : 0x3F,
    'function'          : 0x3F,
    'f17'               : 0x40,
    'volume up'         : 0x48,
    'volume down'       : 0x49,
    'mute'              : 0x4A,
    'f18'               : 0x4F,
    'f19'               : 0x50,
    'f20'               : 0x5A,
    'f5'                : 0x60,
    'f6'                : 0x61,
    'f7'                : 0x62,
    'f3'                : 0x63,
    'f8'                : 0x64,
    'f9'                : 0x65,
    'f11'               : 0x67,
    'f13'               : 0x69,
    'f16'               : 0x6A,
    'f14'               : 0x6B,
    'f10'               : 0x6D,
    'f12'               : 0x6F,
    'f15'               : 0x71,
    'help'              : 0x72,
    'home'              : 0x73,
    'pgup'              : 0x74,
    'page up'           : 0x74,
    'forward delete'    : 0x75,
    'f4'                : 0x76,
    'end'               : 0x77,
    'f2'                : 0x78,
    'page down'         : 0x79,
    'pgdn'              : 0x79,
    'f1'                : 0x7A,
    'left'              : 0x7B,
    'right'             : 0x7C,
    'down'              : 0x7D,
    'up'                : 0x7E
}

Tomcat in Intellij Idea Community Edition

For Intellij 14.0.0 the Application server option is available under View > Tools window > Application Server (But if it is enable, i mean if you have any plugin installed)

How to Specify "Vary: Accept-Encoding" header in .htaccess

I guess it's meant that you enable gzip compression for your css and js files, because that will enable the client to receive both gzip-encoded content and a plain content.

This is how to do it in apache2:

<IfModule mod_deflate.c>
    #The following line is enough for .js and .css
    AddOutputFilter DEFLATE js css

    #The following line also enables compression by file content type, for the following list of Content-Type:s
    AddOutputFilterByType DEFLATE text/html text/plain text/xml application/xml

    #The following lines are to avoid bugs with some browsers
    BrowserMatch ^Mozilla/4 gzip-only-text/html
    BrowserMatch ^Mozilla/4\.0[678] no-gzip
    BrowserMatch \bMSIE !no-gzip !gzip-only-text/html 
</IfModule>

And here's how to add the Vary Accept-Encoding header: [src]

<IfModule mod_headers.c>
  <FilesMatch "\.(js|css|xml|gz)$">
    Header append Vary: Accept-Encoding
  </FilesMatch>
</IfModule>

The Vary: header tells the that the content served for this url will vary according to the value of a certain request header. Here it says that it will serve different content for clients who say they Accept-Encoding: gzip, deflate (a request header), than the content served to clients that do not send this header. The main advantage of this, AFAIK, is to let intermediate caching proxies know they need to have two different versions of the same url because of such change.

gcc/g++: "No such file or directory"

Your compiler just tried to compile the file named foo.cc. Upon hitting line number line, the compiler finds:

#include "bar"

or

#include <bar>

The compiler then tries to find that file. For this, it uses a set of directories to look into, but within this set, there is no file bar. For an explanation of the difference between the versions of the include statement look here.

How to tell the compiler where to find it

g++ has an option -I. It lets you add include search paths to the command line. Imagine that your file bar is in a folder named frobnicate, relative to foo.cc (assume you are compiling from the directory where foo.cc is located):

g++ -Ifrobnicate foo.cc

You can add more include-paths; each you give is relative to the current directory. Microsoft's compiler has a correlating option /I that works in the same way, or in Visual Studio, the folders can be set in the Property Pages of the Project, under Configuration Properties->C/C++->General->Additional Include Directories.

Now imagine you have multiple version of bar in different folders, given:


// A/bar
#include<string>
std::string which() { return "A/bar"; }

// B/bar
#include<string>
std::string which() { return "B/bar"; }

// C/bar
#include<string>
std::string which() { return "C/bar"; }

// foo.cc
#include "bar"
#include <iostream>

int main () {
    std::cout << which() << std::endl;
}

The priority with #include "bar" is leftmost:

$ g++ -IA -IB -IC foo.cc
$ ./a.out
A/bar

As you see, when the compiler started looking through A/, B/ and C/, it stopped at the first or leftmost hit.

This is true of both forms, include <> and incude "".

Difference between #include <bar> and #include "bar"

Usually, the #include <xxx> makes it look into system folders first, the #include "xxx" makes it look into the current or custom folders first.

E.g.:

Imagine you have the following files in your project folder:

list
main.cc

with main.cc:

#include "list"
....

For this, your compiler will #include the file list in your project folder, because it currently compiles main.cc and there is that file list in the current folder.

But with main.cc:

#include <list>
....

and then g++ main.cc, your compiler will look into the system folders first, and because <list> is a standard header, it will #include the file named list that comes with your C++ platform as part of the standard library.

This is all a bit simplified, but should give you the basic idea.

Details on <>/""-priorities and -I

According to the gcc-documentation, the priority for include <> is, on a "normal Unix system", as follows:

 /usr/local/include
 libdir/gcc/target/version/include
 /usr/target/include
 /usr/include

For C++ programs, it will also look in /usr/include/c++/version, first. In the above, target is the canonical name of the system GCC was configured to compile code for; [...].

The documentation also states:

You can add to this list with the -Idir command line option. All the directories named by -I are searched, in left-to-right order, before the default directories. The only exception is when dir is already searched by default. In this case, the option is ignored and the search order for system directories remains unchanged.

To continue our #include<list> / #include"list" example (same code):

g++ -I. main.cc

and

#include<list>
int main () { std::list<int> l; }

and indeed, the -I. prioritizes the folder . over the system includes and we get a compiler error.

How to update the value of a key in a dictionary in Python?

You are modifying the list book_shop.values()[i], which is not getting updated in the dictionary. Whenever you call the values() method, it will give you the values available in dictionary, and here you are not modifying the data of the dictionary.

Android: Creating a Circular TextView?

Try out below drawable file. Create file named "circle" in your res/drawable folder and copy below code:

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

    <solid android:color="#FFFFFF" />

    <stroke
        android:width="1dp"
        android:color="#4a6176" />

    <padding
        android:left="10dp"
        android:right="10dp"
        android:top="10dp"
        android:bottom="10dp"
         />

    <corners android:radius="10dp" />

</shape>

Apply it in your TextView as below:

<TextView
        android:id="@+id/tvSummary1"
        android:layout_width="270dp"
        android:layout_height="60dp"
        android:text="Hello World" 
        android:gravity="left|center_vertical"
        android:background="@drawable/round_bg">

    </TextView>

enter image description here

How to check identical array in most efficient way?

You could compare String representations so:

array1.toString() == array2.toString()
array1.toString() !== array3.toString()

but that would also make

array4 = ['1',2,3,4,5]

equal to array1 if that matters to you

HTTP 401 - what's an appropriate WWW-Authenticate header value?

No, you'll have to specify the authentication method to use (typically "Basic") and the authentication realm. See http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Basic_access_authentication for an example request and response.

You might also want to read RFC 2617 - HTTP Authentication: Basic and Digest Access Authentication.

What is unexpected T_VARIABLE in PHP?

There might be a semicolon or bracket missing a line before your pasted line.

It seems fine to me; every string is allowed as an array index.

How to get changes from another branch

For other people coming upon this post on google. There are 2 options, either merging or rebasing your branch. Both works differently, but have similar outcomes.

The accepted answer is a rebase. This will take all the commits done to our-team and then apply the commits done to featurex, prompting you to merge them as needed.

One bit caveat of rebasing is that you lose/rewrite your branch history, essentially telling git that your branch did not began at commit 123abc but at commit 456cde. This will cause problems for other people working on the branch, and some remote tools will complain about it. If you are sure about what you are doing though, that's what the --force flag is for.

What other posters are suggesting is a merge. This will take the featurex branch, with whatever state it has and try to merge it with the current state of our-team, prompting you to do one, big, merge commit and fix all the merge errors before pushing to our-team. The difference is that you are applying your featurex commits before the our-team new commits and then fixing the differences. You also do not rewrite history, instead adding one commit to it instead of rewriting those that came before.

Both options are valid and can work in tandem. What is usually (by that I mean, if you are using widespread tools and methodology such as git-flow) done for a feature branch is to merge it into the main branch, often going through a merge-request, and solve all the conflicts that arise into one (or multiple) merge commits.

Rebasing is an interesting option, that may help you fix your branch before eventually going through a merge, and ease the pain of having to do one big merge commit.

How to specify the port an ASP.NET Core application is hosted on?

Above .net core 2.2 the method Main support args with WebHost.CreateDefaultBuilder(args)

public class Program
{
    public static void Main(string[] args)
    {
        CreateWebHostBuilder(args).Build().Run();
    }

    public static IWebHostBuilder CreateWebHostBuilder(string[] args) =>
        WebHost.CreateDefaultBuilder(args)
            .UseStartup<Startup>();
}

You can build your project and go to bin run command like this

dotnet <yours>.dll --urls=http://localhost:5001

or with multi-urls

dotnet <yours>.dll --urls="http://localhost:5001,https://localhost:5002"

Git update submodules recursively

The way I use is:

git submodule update --init --recursive
git submodule foreach --recursive git fetch
git submodule foreach git merge origin master

How can strings be concatenated?

To concatenate strings in python you use the "+" sign

ref: http://www.gidnetwork.com/b-40.html

How to use Javascript to read local text file and read line by line?

Without jQuery:

document.getElementById('file').onchange = function(){

  var file = this.files[0];

  var reader = new FileReader();
  reader.onload = function(progressEvent){
    // Entire file
    console.log(this.result);

    // By lines
    var lines = this.result.split('\n');
    for(var line = 0; line < lines.length; line++){
      console.log(lines[line]);
    }
  };
  reader.readAsText(file);
};

HTML:

<input type="file" name="file" id="file">

Remember to put your javascript code after the file field is rendered.

How to make flutter app responsive according to different screen size?

create file name (app_config.dart) in folder name(responsive_screen) in lib folder:

import 'package:flutter/material.dart';

class AppConfig {
  BuildContext _context;
  double _height;
  double _width;
  double _heightPadding;
  double _widthPadding;

  AppConfig(this._context) {
    MediaQueryData _queryData = MediaQuery.of(_context);
    _height = _queryData.size.height / 100.0;
    _width = _queryData.size.width / 100.0;
    _heightPadding =
    _height - ((_queryData.padding.top + _queryData.padding.bottom) / 100.0);
    _widthPadding =
      _width - (_queryData.padding.left + _queryData.padding.right) / 100.0;
  }

  double rH(double v) {
   return _height * v;
  }

  double rW(double v) {
    return _width * v;
  }

  double rHP(double v) {
    return _heightPadding * v;
  }

 double rWP(double v) {
   return _widthPadding * v;
 }
}

then:

import 'responsive_screen/app_config.dart';
 ...
class RandomWordsState extends State<RandomWords> {
  AppConfig _ac;
  ...
  @override
  Widget build(BuildContext context) {
    _ac = AppConfig(context);
    ...
    return Scaffold(
      body: Container(
        height: _ac.rHP(50),
        width: _ac.rWP(50),
        color: Colors.red,
        child: Text('Test'),
      ),
    );
    ...
  }

How do I filter date range in DataTables?

Follow the link below and configure it to what you need. Daterangepicker does it for you, very easily. :)

http://www.daterangepicker.com/#ex1

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

static_cast vs dynamic_cast vs reinterpret_cast internals view on a downcast/upcast

In this answer, I want to compare these three mechanisms on a concrete upcast/downcast example and analyze what happens to the underlying pointers/memory/assembly to give a concrete understanding of how they compare.

I believe that this will give a good intuition on how those casts are different:

  • static_cast: does one address offset at runtime (low runtime impact) and no safety checks that a downcast is correct.

  • dyanamic_cast: does the same address offset at runtime like static_cast, but also and an expensive safety check that a downcast is correct using RTTI.

    This safety check allows you to query if a base class pointer is of a given type at runtime by checking a return of nullptr which indicates an invalid downcast.

    Therefore, if your code is not able to check for that nullptr and take a valid non-abort action, you should just use static_cast instead of dynamic cast.

    If an abort is the only action your code can take, maybe you only want to enable the dynamic_cast in debug builds (-NDEBUG), and use static_cast otherwise, e.g. as done here, to not slow down your fast runs.

  • reinterpret_cast: does nothing at runtime, not even the address offset. The pointer must point exactly to the correct type, not even a base class works. You generally don't want this unless raw byte streams are involved.

Consider the following code example:

main.cpp

#include <iostream>

struct B1 {
    B1(int int_in_b1) : int_in_b1(int_in_b1) {}
    virtual ~B1() {}
    void f0() {}
    virtual int f1() { return 1; }
    int int_in_b1;
};

struct B2 {
    B2(int int_in_b2) : int_in_b2(int_in_b2) {}
    virtual ~B2() {}
    virtual int f2() { return 2; }
    int int_in_b2;
};

struct D : public B1, public B2 {
    D(int int_in_b1, int int_in_b2, int int_in_d)
        : B1(int_in_b1), B2(int_in_b2), int_in_d(int_in_d) {}
    void d() {}
    int f2() { return 3; }
    int int_in_d;
};

int main() {
    B2 *b2s[2];
    B2 b2{11};
    D *dp;
    D d{1, 2, 3};

    // The memory layout must support the virtual method call use case.
    b2s[0] = &b2;
    // An upcast is an implicit static_cast<>().
    b2s[1] = &d;
    std::cout << "&d           " << &d           << std::endl;
    std::cout << "b2s[0]       " << b2s[0]       << std::endl;
    std::cout << "b2s[1]       " << b2s[1]       << std::endl;
    std::cout << "b2s[0]->f2() " << b2s[0]->f2() << std::endl;
    std::cout << "b2s[1]->f2() " << b2s[1]->f2() << std::endl;

    // Now for some downcasts.

    // Cannot be done implicitly
    // error: invalid conversion from ‘B2*’ to ‘D*’ [-fpermissive]
    // dp = (b2s[0]);

    // Undefined behaviour to an unrelated memory address because this is a B2, not D.
    dp = static_cast<D*>(b2s[0]);
    std::cout << "static_cast<D*>(b2s[0])            " << dp           << std::endl;
    std::cout << "static_cast<D*>(b2s[0])->int_in_d  " << dp->int_in_d << std::endl;

    // OK
    dp = static_cast<D*>(b2s[1]);
    std::cout << "static_cast<D*>(b2s[1])            " << dp           << std::endl;
    std::cout << "static_cast<D*>(b2s[1])->int_in_d  " << dp->int_in_d << std::endl;

    // Segfault because dp is nullptr.
    dp = dynamic_cast<D*>(b2s[0]);
    std::cout << "dynamic_cast<D*>(b2s[0])           " << dp           << std::endl;
    //std::cout << "dynamic_cast<D*>(b2s[0])->int_in_d " << dp->int_in_d << std::endl;

    // OK
    dp = dynamic_cast<D*>(b2s[1]);
    std::cout << "dynamic_cast<D*>(b2s[1])           " << dp           << std::endl;
    std::cout << "dynamic_cast<D*>(b2s[1])->int_in_d " << dp->int_in_d << std::endl;

    // Undefined behaviour to an unrelated memory address because this
    // did not calculate the offset to get from B2* to D*.
    dp = reinterpret_cast<D*>(b2s[1]);
    std::cout << "reinterpret_cast<D*>(b2s[1])           " << dp           << std::endl;
    std::cout << "reinterpret_cast<D*>(b2s[1])->int_in_d " << dp->int_in_d << std::endl;
}

Compile, run and disassemble with:

g++ -ggdb3 -O0 -std=c++11 -Wall -Wextra -pedantic -o main.out main.cpp
setarch `uname -m` -R ./main.out
gdb -batch -ex "disassemble/rs main" main.out

where setarch is used to disable ASLR to make it easier to compare runs.

Possible output:

&d           0x7fffffffc930
b2s[0]       0x7fffffffc920
b2s[1]       0x7fffffffc940
b2s[0]->f2() 2
b2s[1]->f2() 3
static_cast<D*>(b2s[0])            0x7fffffffc910
static_cast<D*>(b2s[0])->int_in_d  1
static_cast<D*>(b2s[1])            0x7fffffffc930
static_cast<D*>(b2s[1])->int_in_d  3
dynamic_cast<D*>(b2s[0])           0
dynamic_cast<D*>(b2s[1])           0x7fffffffc930
dynamic_cast<D*>(b2s[1])->int_in_d 3
reinterpret_cast<D*>(b2s[1])           0x7fffffffc940
reinterpret_cast<D*>(b2s[1])->int_in_d 32767

Now, as mentioned at: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Virtual_method_table in order to support the virtual method calls efficiently, the memory data structure of D has to look something like:

B1:
  +0: pointer to virtual method table of B1
  +4: value of int_in_b1

B2:
  +0: pointer to virtual method table of B2
  +4: value of int_in_b2

D:
  +0: pointer to virtual method table of D (for B1)
  +4: value of int_in_b1
  +8: pointer to virtual method table of D (for B2)
 +12: value of int_in_b2
 +16: value of int_in_d

The key fact is that the memory data structure of D contains inside it memory structure compatible with that of B1 and that of B2 internally.

Therefore we reach the critical conclusion:

an upcast or downcast only needs to shift the pointer value by a value known at compile time

This way, when D gets passed to the base type array, the type cast actually calculates that offset and points something that looks exactly like a valid B2 in memory:

b2s[1] = &d;

except that this one has the vtable for D instead of B2, and therefore all virtual calls work transparently.

Now, we can finally get back to type casting and the analysis of our concrete example.

From the stdout output we see:

&d           0x7fffffffc930
b2s[1]       0x7fffffffc940

Therefore, the implicit static_cast done there did correctly calculate the offset from the full D data structure at 0x7fffffffc930 to the B2 like one which is at 0x7fffffffc940. We also infer that what lies between 0x7fffffffc930 and 0x7fffffffc940 is likely be the B1 data and vtable.

Then, on the downcast sections, it is now easy to understand how the invalid ones fail and why:

  • static_cast<D*>(b2s[0]) 0x7fffffffc910: the compiler just went up 0x10 at compile time bytes to try and go from a B2 to the containing D

    But because b2s[0] was not a D, it now points to an undefined memory region.

    The disassembly is:

    49          dp = static_cast<D*>(b2s[0]);
       0x0000000000000fc8 <+414>:   48 8b 45 d0     mov    -0x30(%rbp),%rax
       0x0000000000000fcc <+418>:   48 85 c0        test   %rax,%rax
       0x0000000000000fcf <+421>:   74 0a   je     0xfdb <main()+433>
       0x0000000000000fd1 <+423>:   48 8b 45 d0     mov    -0x30(%rbp),%rax
       0x0000000000000fd5 <+427>:   48 83 e8 10     sub    $0x10,%rax
       0x0000000000000fd9 <+431>:   eb 05   jmp    0xfe0 <main()+438>
       0x0000000000000fdb <+433>:   b8 00 00 00 00  mov    $0x0,%eax
       0x0000000000000fe0 <+438>:   48 89 45 98     mov    %rax,-0x68(%rbp)
    

    so we see that GCC does:

    • check if pointer is NULL, and if yes return NULL
    • otherwise, subtract 0x10 from it to reach the D which does not exist
  • dynamic_cast<D*>(b2s[0]) 0: C++ actually found that the cast was invalid and returned nullptr!

    There is no way this can be done at compile time, and we will confirm that from the disassembly:

    59          dp = dynamic_cast<D*>(b2s[0]);
       0x00000000000010ec <+706>:   48 8b 45 d0     mov    -0x30(%rbp),%rax
       0x00000000000010f0 <+710>:   48 85 c0        test   %rax,%rax
       0x00000000000010f3 <+713>:   74 1d   je     0x1112 <main()+744>
       0x00000000000010f5 <+715>:   b9 10 00 00 00  mov    $0x10,%ecx
       0x00000000000010fa <+720>:   48 8d 15 f7 0b 20 00    lea    0x200bf7(%rip),%rdx        # 0x201cf8 <_ZTI1D>
       0x0000000000001101 <+727>:   48 8d 35 28 0c 20 00    lea    0x200c28(%rip),%rsi        # 0x201d30 <_ZTI2B2>
       0x0000000000001108 <+734>:   48 89 c7        mov    %rax,%rdi
       0x000000000000110b <+737>:   e8 c0 fb ff ff  callq  0xcd0 <__dynamic_cast@plt>
       0x0000000000001110 <+742>:   eb 05   jmp    0x1117 <main()+749>
       0x0000000000001112 <+744>:   b8 00 00 00 00  mov    $0x0,%eax
       0x0000000000001117 <+749>:   48 89 45 98     mov    %rax,-0x68(%rbp)
    

    First there is a NULL check, and it returns NULL if th einput is NULL.

    Otherwise, it sets up some arguments in the RDX, RSI and RDI and calls __dynamic_cast.

    I don't have the patience to analyze this further now, but as others said, the only way for this to work is for __dynamic_cast to access some extra RTTI in-memory data structures that represent the class hierarchy.

    It must therefore start from the B2 entry for that table, then walk this class hierarchy until it finds that the vtable for a D typecast from b2s[0].

    This is why reinterpret cast is potentially expensive! Here is an example where a one liner patch converting a dynamic_cast to a static_cast in a complex project reduced runtime by 33%!.

  • reinterpret_cast<D*>(b2s[1]) 0x7fffffffc940 this one just believes us blindly: we said there is a D at address b2s[1], and the compiler does no offset calculations.

    But this is wrong, because D is actually at 0x7fffffffc930, what is at 0x7fffffffc940 is the B2-like structure inside D! So trash gets accessed.

    We can confirm this from the horrendous -O0 assembly that just moves the value around:

    70          dp = reinterpret_cast<D*>(b2s[1]);
       0x00000000000011fa <+976>:   48 8b 45 d8     mov    -0x28(%rbp),%rax
       0x00000000000011fe <+980>:   48 89 45 98     mov    %rax,-0x68(%rbp)
    

Related questions:

Tested on Ubuntu 18.04 amd64, GCC 7.4.0.

C#: Printing all properties of an object

Following snippet will do the desired function:

Type t = obj.GetType(); // Where obj is object whose properties you need.
PropertyInfo [] pi = t.GetProperties();
foreach (PropertyInfo p in pi)
{
    System.Console.WriteLine(p.Name + " : " + p.GetValue(obj));
}

I think if you write this as extension method you could use it on all type of objects.

Referring to the null object in Python

In Python, the 'null' object is the singleton None.

The best way to check things for "Noneness" is to use the identity operator, is:

if foo is None:
    ...

Why use HttpClient for Synchronous Connection

public static class AsyncHelper  
{
    private static readonly TaskFactory _taskFactory = new
        TaskFactory(CancellationToken.None,
                    TaskCreationOptions.None,
                    TaskContinuationOptions.None,
                    TaskScheduler.Default);

    public static TResult RunSync<TResult>(Func<Task<TResult>> func)
        => _taskFactory
            .StartNew(func)
            .Unwrap()
            .GetAwaiter()
            .GetResult();

    public static void RunSync(Func<Task> func)
        => _taskFactory
            .StartNew(func)
            .Unwrap()
            .GetAwaiter()
            .GetResult();
}

Then

AsyncHelper.RunSync(() => DoAsyncStuff());

if you use that class pass your async method as parameter you can call the async methods from sync methods in a safe way.

it's explained here : https://cpratt.co/async-tips-tricks/

String was not recognized as a valid DateTime " format dd/MM/yyyy"

Although the above solutions are effective, you can also modify the webconfig file with the following...

<configuration>
   <system.web>
     <globalization culture="en-GB"/>
   </system.web>
</configuration>

Ref : Datetime format different on local machine compared to production machine

Extract Month and Year From Date in R

Use substring?

d = "2004-02-06"
substr(d,0,7)
>"2004-02"

Update Android SDK Tool to 22.0.4(Latest Version) from 22.0.1

You may need to go to Window -> Android SDK Manager -> Packages -> Reload to fetch latest updates and then update the SDK.

Hibernate table not mapped error in HQL query

Hibernate also is picky about the capitalization. By default it's going to be the class name with the First letter Capitalized. So if your class is called FooBar, don't pass "foobar". You have to pass "FooBar" with that exact capitalization for it to work.

PDF Parsing Using Python - extracting formatted and plain texts

You can also take a look at PDFMiner (or for older versions of Python see PDFMiner and PDFMiner).

A particular feature of interest in PDFMiner is that you can control how it regroups text parts when extracting them. You do this by specifying the space between lines, words, characters, etc. So, maybe by tweaking this you can achieve what you want (that depends of the variability of your documents). PDFMiner can also give you the location of the text in the page, it can extract data by Object ID and other stuff. So dig in PDFMiner and be creative!

But your problem is really not an easy one to solve because, in a PDF, the text is not continuous, but made from a lot of small groups of characters positioned absolutely in the page. The focus of PDF is to keep the layout intact. It's not content oriented but presentation oriented.

Determine version of Entity Framework I am using?

If you open the references folder and locate system.data.entity, click the item, then check the runtime version number in the Properties explorer, you will see the sub version as well. Mine for instance shows v4.0.30319 with the Version property showing 4.0.0.0.

Ping all addresses in network, windows

Best Utility in terms of speed is Nmap.

write @ cmd prompt:

Nmap -sn -oG ip.txt 192.168.1.1-255

this will just ping all the ip addresses in the range given and store it in simple text file

It takes just 2 secs to scan 255 hosts using Nmap.

PuTTY scripting to log onto host

Figured this out with the help of a friend. The -m PuTTY option will end your session immediately after it executes the shell file. What I've done instead is I've created a batch script called putty.bat with these contents on my Windows machine:

@echo off
putty -load "host" -l username -pw password

This logs me in remotely to the Linux host. On the host side, I created a shell file called sql with these contents:

#!/bin/tcsh

add oracle10g
sqlplus username password

My host's Linux build used tcsh. Other Linux builds might use bash, so simply replace tcsh with bash and you should be fine.

To summarize, automating these steps are now done in two easy steps:

  1. Double-click putty.bat. This opens PuTTY and logs me into the host.
  2. Run command tcsh sql. This adds the oracle tool to my host, and logs me into the sql database.

R - Concatenate two dataframes?

You may use rbind but in this case you need to have the same number of columns in both tables, so try the following:

b$b<-as.double(NA) #keeping numeric format is essential for further calculations
new<-rbind(a,b)

How do I change the formatting of numbers on an axis with ggplot?

I also found another way of doing this that gives proper 'x10(superscript)5' notation on the axes. I'm posting it here in the hope it might be useful to some. I got the code from here so I claim no credit for it, that rightly goes to Brian Diggs.

fancy_scientific <- function(l) {
     # turn in to character string in scientific notation
     l <- format(l, scientific = TRUE)
     # quote the part before the exponent to keep all the digits
     l <- gsub("^(.*)e", "'\\1'e", l)
     # turn the 'e+' into plotmath format
     l <- gsub("e", "%*%10^", l)
     # return this as an expression
     parse(text=l)
}

Which you can then use as

ggplot(data=df, aes(x=x, y=y)) +
   geom_point() +
   scale_y_continuous(labels=fancy_scientific) 

Angular JS - angular.forEach - How to get key of the object?

The first parameter to the iterator in forEach is the value and second is the key of the object.

angular.forEach(objectToIterate, function(value, key) {
    /* do something for all key: value pairs */
});

In your example, the outer forEach is actually:

angular.forEach($scope.filters, function(filterObj , filterKey)

What to do on TransactionTooLargeException

The TransactionTooLargeException has been plaguing us for about 4 months now, and we've finally resolved the issue!

What was happening was we are using a FragmentStatePagerAdapter in a ViewPager. The user would page through and create 100+ fragments (its a reading application).

Although we manage the fragments properly in destroyItem(), in Androids implementation of FragmentStatePagerAdapter there is a bug, where it kept a reference to the following list:

private ArrayList<Fragment.SavedState> mSavedState = new ArrayList<Fragment.SavedState>();

And when the Android's FragmentStatePagerAdapter attempts to save the state, it will call the function

@Override
public Parcelable saveState() {
    Bundle state = null;
    if (mSavedState.size() > 0) {
        state = new Bundle();
        Fragment.SavedState[] fss = new Fragment.SavedState[mSavedState.size()];
        mSavedState.toArray(fss);
        state.putParcelableArray("states", fss);
    }
    for (int i=0; i<mFragments.size(); i++) {
        Fragment f = mFragments.get(i);
        if (f != null && f.isAdded()) {
            if (state == null) {
                state = new Bundle();
            }
            String key = "f" + i;
            mFragmentManager.putFragment(state, key, f);
        }
    }
    return state;
}

As you can see, even if you properly manage the fragments in the FragmentStatePagerAdapter subclass, the base class will still store an Fragment.SavedState for every single fragment ever created. The TransactionTooLargeException would occur when that array was dumped to a parcelableArray and the OS wouldn't like it 100+ items.

Therefore the fix for us was to override the saveState() method and not store anything for "states".

@Override
public Parcelable saveState() {
    Bundle bundle = (Bundle) super.saveState();
    bundle.putParcelableArray("states", null); // Never maintain any states from the base class, just null it out
    return bundle;
}

Failed to resolve: com.android.support:appcompat-v7:28.0

some guys who still might have the problem like me (FOR IRANIAN and all the coutries who have sanctions) , this is error can be fixed with proxy i used this free proxy for android studio 3.2 https://github.com/freedomofdevelopers/fod just to to Settings (Ctrl + Alt + S) and search HTTP proxy then check Manual proxy configuration then add fodev.org for host name and 8118 for Port number

Screenshot of proxy settings in android studio

google map API zoom range

Available Zoom Levels

Zoom level 0 is the most zoomed out zoom level available and each integer step in zoom level halves the X and Y extents of the view and doubles the linear resolution.

Google Maps was built on a 256x256 pixel tile system where zoom level 0 was a 256x256 pixel image of the whole earth. A 256x256 tile for zoom level 1 enlarges a 128x128 pixel region from zoom level 0.

As correctly stated by bkaid, the available zoom range depends on where you are looking and the kind of map you are using:

  • Road maps - seem to go up to zoom level 22 everywhere
  • Hybrid and satellite maps - the max available zoom levels depend on location. Here are some examples:
  • Remote regions of Antarctica: 13
  • Gobi Desert: 17
  • Much of the U.S. and Europe: 21
  • "Deep zoom" locations: 22-23 (see bkaid's link)

Note that these values are for the Google Static Maps API which seems to give one more zoom level than the Javascript API. It appears that the extra zoom level available for Static Maps is just an upsampled version of the max-resolution image from the Javascript API.

Map Scale at Various Zoom Levels

Google Maps uses a Mercator projection so the scale varies substantially with latitude. A formula for calculating the correct scale based on latitude is:

meters_per_pixel = 156543.03392 * Math.cos(latLng.lat() * Math.PI / 180) / Math.pow(2, zoom)

Formula is from Chris Broadfoot's comment.


Google Maps basics

Zoom Level - zoom

0 - 19

0 lowest zoom (whole world)

19 highest zoom (individual buildings, if available) Retrieve current zoom level using mapObject.getZoom()


What you're looking for are the scales for each zoom level. Use these:

20 : 1128.497220
19 : 2256.994440
18 : 4513.988880
17 : 9027.977761
16 : 18055.955520
15 : 36111.911040
14 : 72223.822090
13 : 144447.644200
12 : 288895.288400
11 : 577790.576700
10 : 1155581.153000
9  : 2311162.307000
8  : 4622324.614000
7  : 9244649.227000
6  : 18489298.450000
5  : 36978596.910000
4  : 73957193.820000
3  : 147914387.600000
2  : 295828775.300000
1  : 591657550.500000

Fully custom validation error message with Rails

One solution might be to change the i18n default error format:

en:
  errors:
    format: "%{message}"

Default is format: %{attribute} %{message}

In git, what is the difference between merge --squash and rebase?

Both git merge --squash and git rebase --interactive can produce a "squashed" commit.
But they serve different purposes.

will produce a squashed commit on the destination branch, without marking any merge relationship.
(Note: it does not produce a commit right away: you need an additional git commit -m "squash branch")
This is useful if you want to throw away the source branch completely, going from (schema taken from SO question):

 git checkout stable

      X                   stable
     /                   
a---b---c---d---e---f---g tmp

to:

git merge --squash tmp
git commit -m "squash tmp"

      X-------------------G stable
     /                   
a---b---c---d---e---f---g tmp

and then deleting tmp branch.


Note: git merge has a --commit option, but it cannot be used with --squash. It was never possible to use --commit and --squash together.
Since Git 2.22.1 (Q3 2019), this incompatibility is made explicit:

See commit 1d14d0c (24 May 2019) by Vishal Verma (reloadbrain).
(Merged by Junio C Hamano -- gitster -- in commit 33f2790, 25 Jul 2019)

merge: refuse --commit with --squash

Previously, when --squash was supplied, 'option_commit' was silently dropped. This could have been surprising to a user who tried to override the no-commit behavior of squash using --commit explicitly.

git/git builtin/merge.c#cmd_merge() now includes:

if (option_commit > 0)
    die(_("You cannot combine --squash with --commit."));

replays some or all of your commits on a new base, allowing you to squash (or more recently "fix up", see this SO question), going directly to:

git checkout tmp
git rebase -i stable

      stable
      X-------------------G tmp
     /                     
a---b

If you choose to squash all commits of tmp (but, contrary to merge --squash, you can choose to replay some, and squashing others).

So the differences are:

  • squash does not touch your source branch (tmp here) and creates a single commit where you want.
  • rebase allows you to go on on the same source branch (still tmp) with:
    • a new base
    • a cleaner history

What is the behavior difference between return-path, reply-to and from?

Let's start with a simple example. Let's say you have an email list, that is going to send out the following RFC2822 content.

From: <[email protected]>
To: <[email protected]>
Subject: Super simple email
Reply-To: <[email protected]>

This is a very simple body.

Now, let's say you are going to send it from a mailing list, that implements VERP (or some other bounce tracking mechanism that uses a different return-path). Lets say it will have a return-path of [email protected]. The SMTP session might look like:

{S}220 workstation1 Microsoft ESMTP MAIL Service
{C}HELO workstation1
{S}250 workstation1 Hello [127.0.0.1]
{C}MAIL FROM:<[email protected]>
{S}250 2.1.0 [email protected] OK
{C}RCPT TO:<[email protected]>
{S}250 2.1.5 [email protected] 
{C}DATA
{S}354 Start mail input; end with <CRLF>.<CRLF>
{C}From: <[email protected]>
To: <[email protected]>
Subject: Super simple email
Reply-To: <[email protected]>

This is a very simple body.
.

{S}250 Queued mail for delivery
{C}QUIT
{S}221 Service closing transmission channel

Where {C} and {S} represent Client and Server commands, respectively.

The recipient's mail would look like:

Return-Path: [email protected]
From: <[email protected]>
To: <[email protected]>
Subject: Super simple email
Reply-To: <[email protected]>

This is a very simple body.

Now, let's describe the different "FROM"s.

  1. The return path (sometimes called the reverse path, envelope sender, or envelope from — all of these terms can be used interchangeably) is the value used in the SMTP session in the MAIL FROM command. As you can see, this does not need to be the same value that is found in the message headers. Only the recipient's mail server is supposed to add a Return-Path header to the top of the email. This records the actual Return-Path sender during the SMTP session. If a Return-Path header already exists in the message, then that header is removed and replaced by the recipient's mail server.

All bounces that occur during the SMTP session should go back to the Return-Path address. Some servers may accept all email, and then queue it locally, until it has a free thread to deliver it to the recipient's mailbox. If the recipient doesn't exist, it should bounce it back to the recorded Return-Path value.

Note, not all mail servers obey this rule; Some mail servers will bounce it back to the FROM address.

  1. The FROM address is the value found in the FROM header. This is supposed to be who the message is FROM. This is what you see as the "FROM" in most mail clients. If an email does not have a Reply-To header, then all human (mail client) replies should go back to the FROM address.

  2. The Reply-To header is added by the sender (or the sender's software). It is where all human replies should be addressed too. Basically, when the user clicks "reply", the Reply-To value should be the value used as the recipient of the newly composed email. The Reply-To value should not be used by any server. It is meant for client-side (MUA) use only.

However, as you can tell, not all mail servers obey the RFC standards or recommendations.

Hopefully this should help clear things up. However, if I missed anything, let me know, and I'll try to answer.

Switch statement fallthrough in C#?

To add to the answers here, I think it's worth considering the opposite question in conjunction with this, viz. why did C allow fall-through in the first place?

Any programming language of course serves two goals:

  1. Provide instructions to the computer.
  2. Leave a record of the intentions of the programmer.

The creation of any programming language is therefore a balance between how to best serve these two goals. On the one hand, the easier it is to turn into computer instructions (whether those are machine code, bytecode like IL, or the instructions are interpreted on execution) then more able that process of compilation or interpretation will be to be efficient, reliable and compact in output. Taken to its extreme, this goal results in our just writing in assembly, IL, or even raw op-codes, because the easiest compilation is where there is no compilation at all.

Conversely, the more the language expresses the intention of the programmer, rather than the means taken to that end, the more understandable the program both when writing and during maintenance.

Now, switch could always have been compiled by converting it into the equivalent chain of if-else blocks or similar, but it was designed as allowing compilation into a particular common assembly pattern where one takes a value, computes an offset from it (whether by looking up a table indexed by a perfect hash of the value, or by actual arithmetic on the value*). It's worth noting at this point that today, C# compilation will sometimes turn switch into the equivalent if-else, and sometimes use a hash-based jump approach (and likewise with C, C++, and other languages with comparable syntax).

In this case there are two good reasons for allowing fall-through:

  1. It just happens naturally anyway: if you build a jump table into a set of instructions, and one of the earlier batches of instructions doesn't contain some sort of jump or return, then execution will just naturally progress into the next batch. Allowing fall-through was what would "just happen" if you turned the switch-using C into jump-table–using machine code.

  2. Coders who wrote in assembly were already used to the equivalent: when writing a jump table by hand in assembly, they would have to consider whether a given block of code would end with a return, a jump outside of the table, or just continue on to the next block. As such, having the coder add an explicit break when necessary was "natural" for the coder too.

At the time therefore, it was a reasonable attempt to balance the two goals of a computer language as it relates to both the produced machine code, and the expressiveness of the source code.

Four decades later though, things are not quite the same, for a few reasons:

  1. Coders in C today may have little or no assembly experience. Coders in many other C-style languages are even less likely to (especially Javascript!). Any concept of "what people are used to from assembly" is no longer relevant.
  2. Improvements in optimisations mean that the likelihood of switch either being turned into if-else because it was deemed the approach likely to be most efficient, or else turned into a particularly esoteric variant of the jump-table approach are higher. The mapping between the higher- and lower-level approaches is not as strong as it once was.
  3. Experience has shown that fall-through tends to be the minority case rather than the norm (a study of Sun's compiler found 3% of switch blocks used a fall-through other than multiple labels on the same block, and it was thought that the use-case here meant that this 3% was in fact much higher than normal). So the language as studied make the unusual more readily catered-to than the common.
  4. Experience has shown that fall-through tends to be the source of problems both in cases where it is accidentally done, and also in cases where correct fall-through is missed by someone maintaining the code. This latter is a subtle addition to the bugs associated with fall-through, because even if your code is perfectly bug-free, your fall-through can still cause problems.

Related to those last two points, consider the following quote from the current edition of K&R:

Falling through from one case to another is not robust, being prone to disintegration when the program is modified. With the exception of multiple labels for a single computation, fall-throughs should be used sparingly, and commented.

As a matter of good form, put a break after the last case (the default here) even though it's logically unnecessary. Some day when another case gets added at the end, this bit of defensive programming will save you.

So, from the horse's mouth, fall-through in C is problematic. It's considered good practice to always document fall-throughs with comments, which is an application of the general principle that one should document where one does something unusual, because that's what will trip later examination of the code and/or make your code look like it has a novice's bug in it when it is in fact correct.

And when you think about it, code like this:

switch(x)
{
  case 1:
   foo();
   /* FALLTHRU */
  case 2:
    bar();
    break;
}

Is adding something to make the fall-through explicit in the code, it's just not something that can be detected (or whose absence can be detected) by the compiler.

As such, the fact that on has to be explicit with fall-through in C# doesn't add any penalty to people who wrote well in other C-style languages anyway, since they would already be explicit in their fall-throughs.†

Finally, the use of goto here is already a norm from C and other such languages:

switch(x)
{
  case 0:
  case 1:
  case 2:
    foo();
    goto below_six;
  case 3:
    bar();
    goto below_six;
  case 4:
    baz();
    /* FALLTHRU */
  case 5:
  below_six:
    qux();
    break;
  default:
    quux();
}

In this sort of case where we want a block to be included in the code executed for a value other than just that which brings one to the preceding block, then we're already having to use goto. (Of course, there are means and ways of avoiding this with different conditionals but that's true of just about everything relating to this question). As such C# built on the already normal way to deal with one situation where we want to hit more than one block of code in a switch, and just generalised it to cover fall-through as well. It also made both cases more convenient and self-documenting, since we have to add a new label in C but can use the case as a label in C#. In C# we can get rid of the below_six label and use goto case 5 which is clearer as to what we are doing. (We'd also have to add break for the default, which I left out just to make the above C code clearly not C# code).

In summary therefore:

  1. C# no longer relates to unoptimised compiler output as directly as C code did 40 years ago (nor does C these days), which makes one of the inspirations of fall-through irrelevant.
  2. C# remains compatible with C in not just having implicit break, for easier learning of the language by those familiar with similar languages, and easier porting.
  3. C# removes a possible source of bugs or misunderstood code that has been well-documented as causing problems for the last four decades.
  4. C# makes existing best-practice with C (document fall through) enforceable by the compiler.
  5. C# makes the unusual case the one with more explicit code, the usual case the one with the code one just writes automatically.
  6. C# uses the same goto-based approach for hitting the same block from different case labels as is used in C. It just generalises it to some other cases.
  7. C# makes that goto-based approach more convenient, and clearer, than it is in C, by allowing case statements to act as labels.

All in all, a pretty reasonable design decision


*Some forms of BASIC would allow one to do the likes of GOTO (x AND 7) * 50 + 240 which while brittle and hence a particularly persuasive case for banning goto, does serve to show a higher-language equivalent of the sort of way that lower-level code can make a jump based on arithmetic upon a value, which is much more reasonable when it's the result of compilation rather than something that has to be maintained manually. Implementations of Duff's Device in particular lend themselves well to the equivalent machine code or IL because each block of instructions will often be the same length without needing the addition of nop fillers.

†Duff's Device comes up here again, as a reasonable exception. The fact that with that and similar patterns there's a repetition of operations serves to make the use of fall-through relatively clear even without an explicit comment to that effect.

Difference in months between two dates

you can use the following extension: Code

public static class Ext
{
    #region Public Methods

    public static int GetAge(this DateTime @this)
    {
        var today = DateTime.Today;
        return ((((today.Year - @this.Year) * 100) + (today.Month - @this.Month)) * 100 + today.Day - @this.Day) / 10000;
    }

    public static int DiffMonths(this DateTime @from, DateTime @to)
    {
        return (((((@to.Year - @from.Year) * 12) + (@to.Month - @from.Month)) * 100 + @to.Day - @from.Day) / 100);
    }

    public static int DiffYears(this DateTime @from, DateTime @to)
    {
        return ((((@to.Year - @from.Year) * 100) + (@to.Month - @from.Month)) * 100 + @to.Day - @from.Day) / 10000;
    }

    #endregion Public Methods
}

Implementation !

int Age;
int years;
int Months;
//Replace your own date
var d1 = new DateTime(2000, 10, 22);
var d2 = new DateTime(2003, 10, 20);
//Age
Age = d1.GetAge();
Age = d2.GetAge();
//positive
years = d1.DiffYears(d2);
Months = d1.DiffMonths(d2);
//negative
years = d2.DiffYears(d1);
Months = d2.DiffMonths(d1);
//Or
Months = Ext.DiffMonths(d1, d2);
years = Ext.DiffYears(d1, d2); 

Read Excel File in Python

So the key parts are to grab the header ( col_names = s.row(0) ) and when iterating through the rows, to skip the first row which isn't needed for row in range(1, s.nrows) - done by using range from 1 onwards (not the implicit 0). You then use zip to step through the rows holding 'name' as the header of the column.

from xlrd import open_workbook

wb = open_workbook('Book2.xls')
values = []
for s in wb.sheets():
    #print 'Sheet:',s.name
    for row in range(1, s.nrows):
        col_names = s.row(0)
        col_value = []
        for name, col in zip(col_names, range(s.ncols)):
            value  = (s.cell(row,col).value)
            try : value = str(int(value))
            except : pass
            col_value.append((name.value, value))
        values.append(col_value)
print values

Can you have multiline HTML5 placeholder text in a <textarea>?

I find that if you use a lot of spaces, the browser will wrap it properly. Don't worry about using an exact number of spaces, just throw a lot in there, and the browser should properly wrap to the first non space character on the next line.

<textarea name="address" placeholder="1313 Mockingbird Ln         Saginaw, MI 45100"></textarea>

Convert Mercurial project to Git

From:

http://hivelogic.com/articles/converting-from-mercurial-to-git

Migrating

It’s a relatively simple process. First we download fast-export (the best way is via its Git repository, which I’ll clone right to the desktop), then we create a new git repository, perform the migration, and check out the HEAD. On the command line, it goes like this:

cd ~/Desktop
git clone git://repo.or.cz/fast-export.git
git init git_repo
cd git_repo
~/Desktop/fast-export/hg-fast-export.sh -r /path/to/old/mercurial_repo
git checkout HEAD

You should see a long listing of commits fly by as your project is migrated after running fast-export. If you see errors, they are likely related to an improperly specified Python path (see the note above and customize for your system).

That’s it, you’re done.

EF 5 Enable-Migrations : No context type was found in the assembly

Using the Package Manager, you need to re-install Entity Framework:

Uninstall-Package EntityFramework -Force

Then install it for each project:

Install-Package EntityFramework

Then do not forget to restart the studio.

Get value of div content using jquery

Try this to get value of div content using jquery.

_x000D_
_x000D_
    $(".showplaintext").click(function(){_x000D_
        alert($(".plain").text());_x000D_
    });_x000D_
    _x000D_
    // Show text content of formatted paragraph_x000D_
    $(".showformattedtext").click(function(){_x000D_
        alert($(".formatted").text());_x000D_
    });
_x000D_
<script src="https://ajax.googleapis.com/ajax/libs/jquery/2.1.1/jquery.min.js"></script>_x000D_
<p class="plain">Exploring the zoo, we saw every kangaroo jump and quite a few carried babies. </p>_x000D_
    <p class="formatted">Exploring the zoo<strong>, we saw every kangaroo</strong> jump <em><sup> and quite a </sup></em>few carried <a href="#"> babies</a>.</p>_x000D_
    <button type="button" class="showplaintext">Get Plain Text</button>_x000D_
    <button type="button" class="showformattedtext">Get Formatted Text</button>
_x000D_
_x000D_
_x000D_

Taken from @ Get the text inside an element using jQuery

Dart SDK is not configured

It normally happens when you are download projects from the github. normally dark sdk contains inside flutter.

you can solve this issue following these few steps

  1. go to the setting using (Ctrl + Shift + s)
  2. go the the Languages & Framework
  3. go to Dart
  4. Enable Dark support for the project
  5. Change the dark sdk path C:\flutter\bin\cache\dart-sdk
  6. Apply

Write to Windows Application Event Log

This is the logger class that I use. The private Log() method has EventLog.WriteEntry() in it, which is how you actually write to the event log. I'm including all of this code here because it's handy. In addition to logging, this class will also make sure the message isn't too long to write to the event log (it will truncate the message). If the message was too long, you'd get an exception. The caller can also specify the source. If the caller doesn't, this class will get the source. Hope it helps.

By the way, you can get an ObjectDumper from the web. I didn't want to post all that here. I got mine from here: C:\Program Files (x86)\Microsoft Visual Studio 10.0\Samples\1033\CSharpSamples.zip\LinqSamples\ObjectDumper

using System;
using System.Diagnostics;
using System.Diagnostics.CodeAnalysis;
using System.Globalization;
using System.Linq;
using System.Reflection;
using Xanico.Core.Utilities;

namespace Xanico.Core
{
    /// <summary>
    /// Logging operations
    /// </summary>
    public static class Logger
    {
        // Note: The actual limit is higher than this, but different Microsoft operating systems actually have
        //       different limits. So just use 30,000 to be safe.
        private const int MaxEventLogEntryLength = 30000;

        /// <summary>
        /// Gets or sets the source/caller. When logging, this logger class will attempt to get the
        /// name of the executing/entry assembly and use that as the source when writing to a log.
        /// In some cases, this class can't get the name of the executing assembly. This only seems
        /// to happen though when the caller is in a separate domain created by its caller. So,
        /// unless you're in that situation, there is no reason to set this. However, if there is
        /// any reason that the source isn't being correctly logged, just set it here when your
        /// process starts.
        /// </summary>
        public static string Source { get; set; }

        /// <summary>
        /// Logs the message, but only if debug logging is true.
        /// </summary>
        /// <param name="message">The message.</param>
        /// <param name="debugLoggingEnabled">if set to <c>true</c> [debug logging enabled].</param>
        /// <param name="source">The name of the app/process calling the logging method. If not provided,
        /// an attempt will be made to get the name of the calling process.</param>
        public static void LogDebug(string message, bool debugLoggingEnabled, string source = "")
        {
            if (debugLoggingEnabled == false) { return; }

            Log(message, EventLogEntryType.Information, source);
        }

        /// <summary>
        /// Logs the information.
        /// </summary>
        /// <param name="message">The message.</param>
        /// <param name="source">The name of the app/process calling the logging method. If not provided,
        /// an attempt will be made to get the name of the calling process.</param>
        public static void LogInformation(string message, string source = "")
        {
            Log(message, EventLogEntryType.Information, source);
        }

        /// <summary>
        /// Logs the warning.
        /// </summary>
        /// <param name="message">The message.</param>
        /// <param name="source">The name of the app/process calling the logging method. If not provided,
        /// an attempt will be made to get the name of the calling process.</param>
        public static void LogWarning(string message, string source = "")
        {
            Log(message, EventLogEntryType.Warning, source);
        }

        /// <summary>
        /// Logs the exception.
        /// </summary>
        /// <param name="ex">The ex.</param>
        /// <param name="source">The name of the app/process calling the logging method. If not provided,
        /// an attempt will be made to get the name of the calling process.</param>
        public static void LogException(Exception ex, string source = "")
        {
            if (ex == null) { throw new ArgumentNullException("ex"); }

            if (Environment.UserInteractive)
            {
                Console.WriteLine(ex.ToString());
            }

            Log(ex.ToString(), EventLogEntryType.Error, source);
        }

        /// <summary>
        /// Recursively gets the properties and values of an object and dumps that to the log.
        /// </summary>
        /// <param name="theObject">The object to log</param>
        [SuppressMessage("Microsoft.Globalization", "CA1303:Do not pass literals as localized parameters", MessageId = "Xanico.Core.Logger.Log(System.String,System.Diagnostics.EventLogEntryType,System.String)")]
        [SuppressMessage("Microsoft.Naming", "CA1720:IdentifiersShouldNotContainTypeNames", MessageId = "object")]
        public static void LogObjectDump(object theObject, string objectName, string source = "")
        {
            const int objectDepth = 5;
            string objectDump = ObjectDumper.GetObjectDump(theObject, objectDepth);

            string prefix = string.Format(CultureInfo.CurrentCulture,
                                          "{0} object dump:{1}",
                                          objectName,
                                          Environment.NewLine);

            Log(prefix + objectDump, EventLogEntryType.Warning, source);
        }

        private static void Log(string message, EventLogEntryType entryType, string source)
        {
            // Note: I got an error that the security log was inaccessible. To get around it, I ran the app as administrator
            //       just once, then I could run it from within VS.

            if (string.IsNullOrWhiteSpace(source))
            {
                source = GetSource();
            }

            string possiblyTruncatedMessage = EnsureLogMessageLimit(message);
            EventLog.WriteEntry(source, possiblyTruncatedMessage, entryType);

            // If we're running a console app, also write the message to the console window.
            if (Environment.UserInteractive)
            {
                Console.WriteLine(message);
            }
        }

        private static string GetSource()
        {
            // If the caller has explicitly set a source value, just use it.
            if (!string.IsNullOrWhiteSpace(Source)) { return Source; }

            try
            {
                var assembly = Assembly.GetEntryAssembly();

                // GetEntryAssembly() can return null when called in the context of a unit test project.
                // That can also happen when called from an app hosted in IIS, or even a windows service.

                if (assembly == null)
                {
                    assembly = Assembly.GetExecutingAssembly();
                }


                if (assembly == null)
                {
                    // From http://stackoverflow.com/a/14165787/279516:
                    assembly = new StackTrace().GetFrames().Last().GetMethod().Module.Assembly;
                }

                if (assembly == null) { return "Unknown"; }

                return assembly.GetName().Name;
            }
            catch
            {
                return "Unknown";
            }
        }

        // Ensures that the log message entry text length does not exceed the event log viewer maximum length of 32766 characters.
        private static string EnsureLogMessageLimit(string logMessage)
        {
            if (logMessage.Length > MaxEventLogEntryLength)
            {
                string truncateWarningText = string.Format(CultureInfo.CurrentCulture, "... | Log Message Truncated [ Limit: {0} ]", MaxEventLogEntryLength);

                // Set the message to the max minus enough room to add the truncate warning.
                logMessage = logMessage.Substring(0, MaxEventLogEntryLength - truncateWarningText.Length);

                logMessage = string.Format(CultureInfo.CurrentCulture, "{0}{1}", logMessage, truncateWarningText);
            }

            return logMessage;
        }
    }
}

Write string to output stream

By design it is to be done this way:

OutputStream out = ...;
try (Writer w = new OutputStreamWriter(out, "UTF-8")) {
    w.write("Hello, World!");
} // or w.close(); //close will auto-flush

How to get the parents of a Python class?

Use the following attribute:

cls.__bases__

From the docs:

The tuple of base classes of a class object.

Example:

>>> str.__bases__
(<type 'basestring'>,)

Another example:

>>> class A(object):
...   pass
... 
>>> class B(object):
...   pass
... 
>>> class C(A, B):
...   pass
... 
>>> C.__bases__
(<class '__main__.A'>, <class '__main__.B'>)

Method List in Visual Studio Code

Take a look at Show Functions plugin. It can list functions, symbols, bookmarks by configurable regular expressions. Regular expressions are a real saver, expecially when you're not using a mainstream language and when CodeOutline doesn't do the job. It's ugly to see a split window with these functions (CodeOutline seems to be better integrated) but at least there's something to use

Python PIP Install throws TypeError: unsupported operand type(s) for -=: 'Retry' and 'int'

For myself, it turns out that wlan0 was down, which resulted in me being unable to connect out. So, ensuring that wlan0 was up, allowed pip / pip3 to work without issue.

Check if an object exists

the boolean value of an empty QuerySet is also False, so you could also just do...

...
if not user_object:
   do insert or whatever etc.

Representing null in JSON

This is a personal and situational choice. The important thing to remember is that the empty string and the number zero are conceptually distinct from null.

In the case of a count you probably always want some valid number (unless the count is unknown or undefined), but in the case of strings, who knows? The empty string could mean something in your application. Or maybe it doesn't. That's up to you to decide.

MySQL Incorrect datetime value: '0000-00-00 00:00:00'

Here what my solution PhpMyAdmin / Fedora 29 / MySQL 8.0 (for example):

set sql_mode='SOMETHING'; doesn't work, command call successful but nothing was change.

set GLOBAL sql_mode='SOMETHING'; change global configuration permanent change.

set SESSION sql_mode='SOMETHING'; change session configuration SESSION variable affects only the current client.

https://dev.mysql.com/doc/refman/8.0/en/sql-mode.html

So I do this :

  • Get SQL_MODE : SHOW VARIABLES LIKE 'sql_mode';
  • Result : ONLY_FULL_GROUP_BY,STRICT_TRANS_TABLES,NO_ZERO_IN_DATE,NO_ZERO_DATE,ERROR_FOR_DIVISION_BY_ZERO,NO_ENGINE_SUBSTITUTION
  • Remove on the result : NO_ZERO_IN_DATE,NO_ZERO_DATE
  • Set new configuration : set GLOBAL SQL_MODE='ONLY_FULL_GROUP_BY,STRICT_TRANS_TABLES,ERROR_FOR_DIVISION_BY_ZERO,NO_ENGINE_SUBSTITUTION'

You can remove or add other mode in the same way.

This is helpful to change global for using and testing frameworks or sql_mode must be specified in each file or bunch of queries.

Adapted from a question ask here : how-can-i-disable-mysql-strict-mode

Example : install latest Joomla 4.0-alpha content.

Edit: In PhpMyadmin, if you have the control of the server, you can change the sql_mode (and all others parameters) directly in Plus > Variables > sql_mode

Retrofit 2 - URL Query Parameter

 public interface IService { 

  String BASE_URL = "https://api.demo.com/";

  @GET("Login") //i.e https://api.demo.com/Search? 
  Call<Products> getUserDetails(@Query("email") String emailID, @Query("password") String password)

} 

It will be called this way. Considering you did the rest of the code already.

Call<Results> call = service.getUserDetails("[email protected]", "Password@123");

For example when a query is returned, it will look like this.

https://api.demo.com/[email protected]&password=Password@123

npm WARN notsup SKIPPING OPTIONAL DEPENDENCY: Unsupported platform for [email protected]

This still appears to be an issue, causing package installations to be aborted with warnings about optional packages no being installed because of "Unsupported platform".

The problem relates to the "shrinkwrap" or package-lock.json which gets persisted after every package manager execution. Subsequent attempts keep failing as this file is referenced instead of package.json.

Adding these options to the npm install command should allow packages to install again.

   --no-optional argument will prevent optional dependencies from being installed.

   --no-shrinkwrap argument, which will ignore an available package lock or
                   shrinkwrap file and use the package.json instead.

   --no-package-lock argument will prevent npm from creating a package-lock.json file.

The complete command looks like this:

    npm install --no-optional --no-shrinkwrap --no-package-lock

nJoy!

Get file from project folder java

Given a file application.yaml in test/resources

ll src/test/resources/
total 6
drwxrwx--- 1 root vboxsf 4096 Oct  6 12:23 ./
drwxrwx--- 1 root vboxsf    0 Sep 29 17:05 ../
-rwxrwx--- 1 root vboxsf  142 Sep 22 23:59 application.properties*
-rwxrwx--- 1 root vboxsf   78 Oct  6 12:23 application.yaml*
-rwxrwx--- 1 root vboxsf    0 Sep 22 17:31 db.properties*
-rwxrwx--- 1 root vboxsf  618 Sep 22 23:54 log4j2.json*

From the test context, I can get the file with

String file = getClass().getClassLoader().getResource("application.yaml").getPath(); 

which will actually point to the file in test-classes

ll target/test-classes/
total 10
drwxrwx--- 1 root vboxsf 4096 Oct  6 18:49 ./
drwxrwx--- 1 root vboxsf 4096 Oct  6 18:32 ../
-rwxrwx--- 1 root vboxsf  142 Oct  6 17:35 application.properties*
-rwxrwx--- 1 root vboxsf   78 Oct  6 17:35 application.yaml*
drwxrwx--- 1 root vboxsf    0 Oct  6 18:50 com/
-rwxrwx--- 1 root vboxsf    0 Oct  6 17:35 db.properties*
-rwxrwx--- 1 root vboxsf  618 Oct  6 17:35 log4j2.json*

How to combine paths in Java?

platform independent approach (uses File.separator, ie will works depends on operation system where code is running:

java.nio.file.Paths.get(".", "path", "to", "file.txt")
// relative unix path: ./path/to/file.txt
// relative windows path: .\path\to\filee.txt

java.nio.file.Paths.get("/", "path", "to", "file.txt")
// absolute unix path: /path/to/filee.txt
// windows network drive path: \\path\to\file.txt

java.nio.file.Paths.get("C:", "path", "to", "file.txt")
// absolute windows path: C:\path\to\file.txt

Jquery - How to make $.post() use contentType=application/json?

The documentation currently shows that as of 3.0, $.post will accept the settings object, meaning that you can use the $.ajax options. 3.0 is not released yet and on the commit they're talking about hiding the reference to it in the docs, but look for it in the future!

jQuery detect if string contains something

You could use String.prototype.indexOf to accomplish that. Try something like this:

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$('.type').keyup(function() {_x000D_
  var v = $(this).val();_x000D_
  if (v.indexOf('> <') !== -1) {_x000D_
    console.log('contains > <');_x000D_
  }_x000D_
  console.log(v);_x000D_
});
_x000D_
<script src="https://ajax.googleapis.com/ajax/libs/jquery/2.1.1/jquery.min.js"></script>_x000D_
<textarea class="type"></textarea>
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Update

Modern browsers also have a String.prototype.includes method.

How to get a list column names and datatypes of a table in PostgreSQL?

without mentioning schema also you can get the required details Try this query->

select column_name,data_type from information_schema.columns where table_name = 'table_name';

JavaScript unit test tools for TDD

You should have a look at env.js. See my blog for an example how to write unit tests with env.js.

Is having an 'OR' in an INNER JOIN condition a bad idea?

I use following code for get different result from condition That worked for me.


Select A.column, B.column
FROM TABLE1 A
INNER JOIN
TABLE2 B
ON A.Id = (case when (your condition) then b.Id else (something) END)

Declare a dictionary inside a static class

Make the Dictionary a static, and never add to it outside of your static object's ctor. That seems to be a simpler solution than fiddling with the static/const rules in C#.

How can I convert uppercase letters to lowercase in Notepad++

You could also, higlight the text you want to change, then navigate to - 'Edit' > 'Convert Case to' choose UPPERCASE or lowercase (as required).

Updating MySQL primary key

If the primary key happens to be an auto_increment value, you have to remove the auto increment, then drop the primary key then re-add the auto-increment

ALTER TABLE `xx`
MODIFY `auto_increment_field` INT, 
DROP PRIMARY KEY, 
ADD PRIMARY KEY (new_primary_key);

then add back the auto increment

ALTER TABLE `xx` ADD INDEX `auto_increment_field` (auto_increment_field),
MODIFY `auto_increment_field` int auto_increment;

then set auto increment back to previous value

ALTER TABLE `xx` AUTO_INCREMENT = 5;

FATAL ERROR: Ineffective mark-compacts near heap limit Allocation failed - JavaScript heap out of memory in ionic 3

For me I got this error because I lost access to the output path for the dist folder set in my angular.json file. After I reconnected to the remote path with updated credentials the error went away.

Apply global variable to Vuejs

You can use mixin and change var in something like this.

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// This is a global mixin, it is applied to every vue instance_x000D_
Vue.mixin({_x000D_
  data: function() {_x000D_
    return {_x000D_
      globalVar:'global'_x000D_
    }_x000D_
  }_x000D_
})_x000D_
_x000D_
Vue.component('child', {_x000D_
  template: "<div>In Child: {{globalVar}}</div>"_x000D_
});_x000D_
_x000D_
new Vue({_x000D_
  el: '#app',_x000D_
  created: function() {_x000D_
    this.globalVar = "It's will change global var";_x000D_
  }_x000D_
});
_x000D_
<script src="https://cdnjs.cloudflare.com/ajax/libs/vue/2.1.3/vue.js"></script>_x000D_
<div id="app">_x000D_
  In Root: {{globalVar}}_x000D_
  <child></child>_x000D_
</div>
_x000D_
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Convert a python dict to a string and back

If your dictionary isn't too big maybe str + eval can do the work:

dict1 = {'one':1, 'two':2, 'three': {'three.1': 3.1, 'three.2': 3.2 }}
str1 = str(dict1)

dict2 = eval(str1)

print dict1==dict2

You can use ast.literal_eval instead of eval for additional security if the source is untrusted.

Is there an "if -then - else " statement in XPath?

Yes, there is a way to do it in XPath 1.0:

concat(
  substring($s1, 1, number($condition)      * string-length($s1)),
  substring($s2, 1, number(not($condition)) * string-length($s2))
)

This relies on the concatenation of two mutually exclusive strings, the first one being empty if the condition is false (0 * string-length(...)), the second one being empty if the condition is true. This is called "Becker's method", attributed to Oliver Becker.

In your case:

concat(
  substring(
    substring-before(//div[@id='head']/text(), ': '),
    1, 
    number(
      ends-with(//div[@id='head']/text(), ': ')
    )
    * string-length(substring-before(//div [@id='head']/text(), ': '))
  ),
  substring(
    //div[@id='head']/text(), 
    1, 
    number(not(
      ends-with(//div[@id='head']/text(), ': ')
    ))
    * string-length(//div[@id='head']/text())
  )
)

Though I would try to get rid of all the "//" before.

Also, there is the possibility that //div[@id='head'] returns more than one node.
Just be aware of that — using //div[@id='head'][1] is more defensive.

rotating axis labels in R

You need to use theme() function as follows rotating x-axis labels by 90 degrees:

ggplot(...)+...+ theme(axis.text.x = element_text(angle=90, hjust=1))

Garbage collector in Android

Generally speaking, in the presence of a garbage collector, it is never good practice to manually call the GC. A GC is organized around heuristic algorithms which work best when left to their own devices. Calling the GC manually often decreases performance.

Occasionally, in some relatively rare situations, one may find that a particular GC gets it wrong, and a manual call to the GC may then improves things, performance-wise. This is because it is not really possible to implement a "perfect" GC which will manage memory optimally in all cases. Such situations are hard to predict and depend on many subtle implementation details. The "good practice" is to let the GC run by itself; a manual call to the GC is the exception, which should be envisioned only after an actual performance issue has been duly witnessed.

How to get the current user in ASP.NET MVC

This page could be what you looking for:
Using Page.User.Identity.Name in MVC3

You just need User.Identity.Name.

What is the difference between single-quoted and double-quoted strings in PHP?

' Single quoted

The simplest way to specify a string is to enclose it in single quotes. Single quote is generally faster, and everything quoted inside treated as plain string.

Example:

echo 'Start with a simple string';
echo 'String\'s apostrophe';
echo 'String with a php variable'.$name;

" Double quoted

Use double quotes in PHP to avoid having to use the period to separate code (Note: Use curly braces {} to include variables if you do not want to use concatenation (.) operator) in string.

Example:

echo "Start with a simple string";
echo "String's apostrophe";
echo "String with a php variable {$name}";

Is there a performance benefit single quote vs double quote in PHP?

Yes. It is slightly faster to use single quotes.

PHP won't use additional processing to interpret what is inside the single quote. when you use double quotes PHP has to parse to check if there are any variables within the string.

AssertContains on strings in jUnit

If you add in Hamcrest and JUnit4, you could do:

String x = "foo bar";
Assert.assertThat(x, CoreMatchers.containsString("foo"));

With some static imports, it looks a lot better:

assertThat(x, containsString("foo"));

The static imports needed would be:

import static org.hamcrest.MatcherAssert.assertThat;
import static org.hamcrest.CoreMatchers.containsString;

Reducing MongoDB database file size

There has been some considerable confusion over space reclamation in MongoDB, and some recommended practice are downright dangerous to do in certain deployment types. More details below:

TL;DR repairDatabase attempts to salvage data from a standalone MongoDB deployments that is trying to recover from a disk corruption. If it recovers space, it is purely a side effect. Recovering space should never be the primary consideration of running repairDatabase.

Recover space in a standalone node

WiredTiger: For a standalone node with WiredTiger, running compact will release space to the OS, with one caveat: The compact command on WiredTiger on MongoDB 3.0.x was affected by this bug: SERVER-21833 which was fixed in MongoDB 3.2.3. Prior to this version, compact on WiredTiger could silently fail.

MMAPv1: Due to the way MMAPv1 works, there is no safe and supported method to recover space using the MMAPv1 storage engine. compact in MMAPv1 will defragment the data files, potentially making more space available for new documents, but it will not release space back to the OS.

You may be able to run repairDatabase if you fully understand the consequences of this potentially dangerous command (see below), since repairDatabase essentially rewrites the whole database by discarding corrupt documents. As a side effect, this will create new MMAPv1 data files without any fragmentation on it and release space back to the OS.

For a less adventurous method, running mongodump and mongorestore may be possible as well in an MMAPv1 deployment, subject to the size of your deployment.

Recover space in a replica set

For replica set configurations, the best and the safest method to recover space is to perform an initial sync, for both WiredTiger and MMAPv1.

If you need to recover space from all nodes in the set, you can perform a rolling initial sync. That is, perform initial sync on each of the secondaries, before finally stepping down the primary and perform initial sync on it. Rolling initial sync method is the safest method to perform replica set maintenance, and it also involves no downtime as a bonus.

Please note that the feasibility of doing a rolling initial sync also depends on the size of your deployment. For extremely large deployments, it may not be feasible to do an initial sync, and thus your options are somewhat more limited. If WiredTiger is used, you may be able to take one secondary out of the set, start it as a standalone, run compact on it, and rejoin it to the set.

Regarding repairDatabase

Please don't run repairDatabase on replica set nodes. This is very dangerous, as mentioned in the repairDatabase page and described in more details below.

The name repairDatabase is a bit misleading, since the command doesn't attempt to repair anything. The command was intended to be used when there's disk corruption on a standalone node, which could lead to corrupt documents.

The repairDatabase command could be more accurately described as "salvage database". That is, it recreates the databases by discarding corrupt documents in an attempt to get the database into a state where you can start it and salvage intact document from it.

In MMAPv1 deployments, this rebuilding of the database files releases space to the OS as a side effect. Releasing space to the OS was never the purpose.

Consequences of repairDatabase on a replica set

In a replica set, MongoDB expects all nodes in the set to contain identical data. If you run repairDatabase on a replica set node, there is a chance that the node contains undetected corruption, and repairDatabase will dutifully remove the corrupt documents for you.

Predictably, this makes that node contains a different dataset from the rest of the set. If an update happens to hit that single document, the whole set could crash.

To make matters worse, it is entirely possible that this situation could stay dormant for a long time, only to strike suddenly with no apparent reason.

What are all possible pos tags of NLTK?

The tag set depends on the corpus that was used to train the tagger. The default tagger of nltk.pos_tag() uses the Penn Treebank Tag Set.

In NLTK 2, you could check which tagger is the default tagger as follows:

import nltk
nltk.tag._POS_TAGGER
>>> 'taggers/maxent_treebank_pos_tagger/english.pickle'

That means that it's a Maximum Entropy tagger trained on the Treebank corpus.

nltk.tag._POS_TAGGER does not exist anymore in NLTK 3 but the documentation states that the off-the-shelf tagger still uses the Penn Treebank tagset.

How to mount a host directory in a Docker container

How do I link the main_folder to the test_container folder present inside the docker container?

Your command below is correct, unless your on a mac using boot2docker(depending on future updates) in which case you may find the folder empty. See mattes answer for a tutorial on correcting this.

docker run -d -v /Users/kishore/main_folder:/test_container k3_s3:latest

I need to make this run automatically, how to do that without really using the run -d -v command.

You can't really get away from using these commands, they are intrinsic to the way docker works. You would be best off putting them into a shell script to save you writing them out repeatedly.

What happens if boot2docker crashes? Where are the docker files stored?

If you manage to use the -v arg and reference your host machine then the files will be safe on your host.

If you've used 'docker build -t myimage .' with a Dockerfile then your files will be baked into the image.

Your docker images, i believe, are stored in the boot2docker-vm. I found this out when my images disappeared when i delete the vm from VirtualBox. (Note, i don't know how Virtualbox works, so the images might be still hidden somewhere else, just not visible to docker).

C# testing to see if a string is an integer?

I've been coding for about 2 weeks and created a simple logic to validate an integer has been accepted.

    Console.WriteLine("How many numbers do you want to enter?"); // request a number
    string input = Console.ReadLine(); // set the input as a string variable
    int numberTotal; // declare an int variable

    if (!int.TryParse(input, out numberTotal)) // process if input was an invalid number
    {
        while (numberTotal  < 1) // numberTotal is set to 0 by default if no number is entered
        {
            Console.WriteLine(input + " is an invalid number."); // error message
            int.TryParse(Console.ReadLine(), out numberTotal); // allows the user to input another value
        }

    } // this loop will repeat until numberTotal has an int set to 1 or above

you could also use the above in a FOR loop if you prefer by not declaring an action as the third parameter of the loop, such as

    Console.WriteLine("How many numbers do you want to enter?");
    string input2 = Console.ReadLine();

    if (!int.TryParse(input2, out numberTotal2))
    {
        for (int numberTotal2 = 0; numberTotal2 < 1;)
        {
            Console.WriteLine(input2 + " is an invalid number.");
            int.TryParse(Console.ReadLine(), out numberTotal2);
        }

    }

if you don't want a loop, simply remove the entire loop brace

Tomcat is web server or application server?

Tomcat is a web server (can handle HTTP requests/responses) and web container (implements Java Servlet API, also called servletcontainer) in one. Some may call it an application server, but it is definitely not an fullfledged Java EE application server (it does not implement the whole Java EE API).

See also:

How to check type of object in Python?

What type() means:

I think your question is a bit more general than I originally thought. type() with one argument returns the type or class of the object. So if you have a = 'abc' and use type(a) this returns str because the variable a is a string. If b = 10, type(b) returns int.

See also python documentation on type().


For comparisons:

If you want a comparison you could use: if type(v) == h5py.h5r.Reference (to check if it is a h5py.h5r.Reference instance).

But it is recommended that one uses if isinstance(v, h5py.h5r.Reference) but then also subclasses will evaluate to True.

If you want to print the class use print v.__class__.__name__.

More generally: You can compare if two instances have the same class by using type(v) is type(other_v) or isinstance(v, other_v.__class__).

How to kill a running SELECT statement

If you want to stop process you can kill it manually from task manager onother side if you want to stop running query in DBMS you can stop as given here for ms sqlserver T-SQL STOP or ABORT command in SQL Server Hope it helps you

How to create a number picker dialog?

Consider using a Spinner instead of a Number Picker in a Dialog. It's not exactly what was asked for, but it's much easier to implement, more contextual UI design, and should fulfill most use cases. The equivalent code for a Spinner is:

Spinner picker = new Spinner(this);
ArrayAdapter<String> adapter = new ArrayAdapter<String>(getActivity(), android.R.layout.simple_spinner_item, yourStringList);
adapter.setDropDownViewResource(android.R.layout.simple_spinner_dropdown_item);
picker.setAdapter(adapter);

How do I hide anchor text without hiding the anchor?

I was able to fix this problem by setting font-size: 0 .

angular-cli where is webpack.config.js file - new angular6 does not support ng eject

According to this issue, it was a design decision to not allow users to modify the Webpack configuration to reduce the learning curve.

Considering the number of useful configuration on Webpack, this is a great drawback.

I would not recommend using angular-cli for production applications, as it is highly opinionated.

Is there a "do ... until" in Python?

There is no do-while loop in Python.

This is a similar construct, taken from the link above.

 while True:
     do_something()
     if condition():
        break

Sum of two input value by jquery

if in multiple class you want to change additional operation in perticular class that show in below example

$('.like').click(function(){    
var like= $(this).text();
$(this).text(+like + +1);
});

How to find the users list in oracle 11g db?

You can try the following: (This may be duplicate of the answers posted but I have added description)

Display all users that can be seen by the current user:

SELECT * FROM all_users;

Display all users in the Database:

SELECT * FROM dba_users;

Display the information of the current user:

SELECT * FROM user_users;

Lastly, this will display all users that can be seen by current users based on creation date:

SELECT * FROM all_users
ORDER BY created;

What does '--set-upstream' do?

git branch --set-upstream <<origin/branch>> is officially not supported anymore and is replaced by git branch --set-upstream-to <<origin/branch>>

Android: ScrollView vs NestedScrollView

Other than the advantages listed in the answers given, one more advantage of NestedScrollView over ScrollView is its compatibility with CoordinatorLayout. The ScrollView does not cooperate with the CoordinatorLayout. You have to use NestedScrollView to get "scroll off-screen" behaviour for the toolbar.

Toolbar will not collapse with Scrollview as child of CoordinatorLayout

How to schedule a stored procedure in MySQL

I used this query and it worked for me:

CREATE EVENT `exec`
  ON SCHEDULE EVERY 5 SECOND
  STARTS '2013-02-10 00:00:00'
  ENDS '2015-02-28 00:00:00'
  ON COMPLETION NOT PRESERVE ENABLE
DO 
  call delete_rows_links();

Execute bash script from URL

Use:

curl -s -L URL_TO_SCRIPT_HERE | bash

For example:

curl -s -L http://bitly/10hA8iC | bash

Seeing if data is normally distributed in R

when you perform a test, you ever have the probabilty to reject the null hypothesis when it is true.

See the nextt R code:

p=function(n){
  x=rnorm(n,0,1)
  s=shapiro.test(x)
  s$p.value
}

rep1=replicate(1000,p(5))
rep2=replicate(1000,p(100))
plot(density(rep1))
lines(density(rep2),col="blue")
abline(v=0.05,lty=3)

The graph shows that whether you have a sample size small or big a 5% of the times you have a chance to reject the null hypothesis when it s true (a Type-I error)

Java - Convert int to Byte Array of 4 Bytes?

You can convert yourInt to bytes by using a ByteBuffer like this:

return ByteBuffer.allocate(4).putInt(yourInt).array();

Beware that you might have to think about the byte order when doing so.

SQLite: How do I save the result of a query as a CSV file?

Good answers from gdw2 and d5e5. To make it a little simpler here are the recommendations pulled together in a single series of commands:

sqlite> .mode csv
sqlite> .output test.csv
sqlite> select * from tbl1;
sqlite> .output stdout

Add context path to Spring Boot application

We can change context root path using a simple entry in the properties file.

application.properties

### Spring boot 1.x #########
server.contextPath=/ClientApp

### Spring boot 2.x #########
server.servlet.context-path=/ClientApp

How to redirect the output of DBMS_OUTPUT.PUT_LINE to a file?

As an alternative to writing to a file, how about writing to a table? Instead of calling DBMS_OUTPUT.PUT_LINE you could call your own DEBUG.OUTPUT procedure something like:

procedure output (p_text varchar2) is
   pragma autonomous_transaction;
begin
   if g_debugging then
      insert into debug_messages (username, datetime, text)
      values (user, sysdate, p_text);
      commit;
   end if;
end;

The use of an autonomous transaction allows you to retain debug messages produced from transactions that get rolled back (e.g. after an exception is raised), as would happen if you were using a file.

The g_debugging boolean variable is a package variable that can be defaulted to false and set to true when debug output is required.

Of course, you need to manage that table so that it doesn't grow forever! One way would be a job that runs nightly/weekly and deletes any debug messages that are "old".

iterating through Enumeration of hastable keys throws NoSuchElementException error

You are calling nextElement twice. Refactor like this:

while(e.hasMoreElements()){


String param = (String) e.nextElement();
System.out.println(param);
}

How to get all enum values in Java?

YourEnumClass[] yourEnums = YourEnumClass.class.getEnumConstants();

Or

YourEnumClass[] yourEnums = YourEnumClass.values();

Removing object properties with Lodash

You can easily do this using _.pick:

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var model = {
  fname: null,
  lname: null
};

var credentials = {
  fname: 'abc',
  lname: 'xyz',
  age: 2
};

var result = _.pick(credentials, _.keys(model));


console.log('result =', result);
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But you can simply use pure JavaScript (specially if you use ECMAScript 6), like this:

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const model = {
  fname: null,
  lname: null
};

const credentials = {
  fname: 'abc',
  lname: 'xyz',
  age: 2
};

const newModel = {};

Object.keys(model).forEach(key => newModel[key] = credentials[key]);

console.log('newModel =', newModel);
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JUNIT testing void methods

You can still unit test a void method by asserting that it had the appropriate side effect. In your method1 example, your unit test might look something like:

public void checkIfValidElementsWithDollarSign() {
    checkIfValidElement("$",19);
    assert ErrorFile.errorMessages.contains("There is a dollar sign in the specified parameter");
}

jQuery return ajax result into outside variable

You are missing a comma after

'data': { 'request': "", 'target': 'arrange_url', 'method': 'method_target' }

Also, if you want return_first to hold the result of your anonymous function, you need to make a function call:

var return_first = function () {
    var tmp = null;
    $.ajax({
        'async': false,
        'type': "POST",
        'global': false,
        'dataType': 'html',
        'url': "ajax.php?first",
        'data': { 'request': "", 'target': 'arrange_url', 'method': 'method_target' },
        'success': function (data) {
            tmp = data;
        }
    });
    return tmp;
}();

Note () at the end.

Using regular expression in css?

I usually use * when I want to get all the strings that contain the wanted characters.

* used in regex, replaces all characters.

Used in SASS or CSS would be something like [id*="s"] and it will get all DOM elements with id "s......".

/* add red color to all div with id s .... elements */

div[id^="s"] {
    color: red;
}

Java: how to initialize String[]?

String[] errorSoon = new String[n];

With n being how many strings it needs to hold.

You can do that in the declaration, or do it without the String[] later on, so long as it's before you try use them.

How to overcome the CORS issue in ReactJS

The ideal way would be to add CORS support to your server.

You could also try using a separate jsonp module. As far as I know axios does not support jsonp. So I am not sure if the method you are using would qualify as a valid jsonp request.

There is another hackish work around for the CORS problem. You will have to deploy your code with an nginx server serving as a proxy for both your server and your client. The thing that will do the trick us the proxy_pass directive. Configure your nginx server in such a way that the location block handling your particular request will proxy_pass or redirect your request to your actual server. CORS problems usually occur because of change in the website domain. When you have a singly proxy serving as the face of you client and you server, the browser is fooled into thinking that the server and client reside in the same domain. Ergo no CORS.

Consider this example.

Your server is my-server.com and your client is my-client.com Configure nginx as follows:

// nginx.conf

upstream server {
    server my-server.com;
}

upstream client {
    server my-client.com;
}

server {
    listen 80;

    server_name my-website.com;
    access_log /path/to/access/log/access.log;
    error_log /path/to/error/log/error.log;

    location / {
        proxy_pass http://client;
    }

    location ~ /server/(?<section>.*) {
        rewrite ^/server/(.*)$ /$1 break;
        proxy_pass http://server;
    }
}

Here my-website.com will be the resultant name of the website where the code will be accessible (name of the proxy website). Once nginx is configured this way. You will need to modify the requests such that:

  • All API calls change from my-server.com/<API-path> to my-website.com/server/<API-path>

In case you are not familiar with nginx I would advise you to go through the documentation.

To explain what is happening in the configuration above in brief:

  • The upstreams define the actual servers to whom the requests will be redirected
  • The server block is used to define the actual behaviour of the nginx server.
  • In case there are multiple server blocks the server_name is used to identify the block which will be used to handle the current request.
  • The error_log and access_log directives are used to define the locations of the log files (used for debugging)
  • The location blocks define the handling of different types of requests:
    1. The first location block handles all requests starting with / all these requests are redirected to the client
    2. The second location block handles all requests starting with /server/<API-path>. We will be redirecting all such requests to the server.

Note: /server here is being used to distinguish the client side requests from the server side requests. Since the domain is the same there is no other way of distinguishing requests. Keep in mind there is no such convention that compels you to add /server in all such use cases. It can be changed to any other string eg. /my-server/<API-path>, /abc/<API-path>, etc.

Even though this technique should do the trick, I would highly advise you to add CORS support to the server as this is the ideal way situations like these should be handled.

If you wish to avoid doing all this while developing you could for this chrome extension. It should allow you to perform cross domain requests during development.

Disable a Button

Let's say in Swift 4 you have a button set up for a segue as an IBAction like this @IBAction func nextLevel(_ sender: UIButton) {} and you have other actions occurring within your app (i.e. a timer, gamePlay, etc.). Rather than disabling the segue button, you might want to give your user the option to use that segue while the other actions are still occurring and WITHOUT CRASHING THE APP. Here's how:

var appMode = 0

@IBAction func mySegue(_ sender: UIButton) {

    if appMode == 1 {  // avoid crash if button pressed during other app actions and/or conditions
        let conflictingAction = sender as UIButton
        conflictingAction.isEnabled = false
    }
}

Please note that you will likely have other conditions within if appMode == 0 and/or if appMode == 1 that will still occur and NOT conflict with the mySegue button. Thus, AVOIDING A CRASH.

state provider and route provider in angularJS

You shouldn't use both ngRoute and UI-router. Here's a sample code for UI-router:

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  $stateProvider_x000D_
    .state('state1', {_x000D_
      url: "/state1",_x000D_
      templateUrl: "partials/state1.html",_x000D_
      controller: 'YourCtrl'_x000D_
    })_x000D_
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    .state('state2', {_x000D_
      url: "/state2",_x000D_
      templateUrl: "partials/state2.html",_x000D_
      controller: 'YourOtherCtrl'_x000D_
    });_x000D_
    $urlRouterProvider.otherwise("/state1");_x000D_
});_x000D_
//etc.
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You can find a great answer on the difference between these two in this thread: What is the difference between angular-route and angular-ui-router?

You can also consult UI-Router's docs here: https://github.com/angular-ui/ui-router

How to detect internet speed in JavaScript?

It's possible to some extent but won't be really accurate, the idea is load image with a known file size then in its onload event measure how much time passed until that event was triggered, and divide this time in the image file size.

Example can be found here: Calculate speed using javascript

Test case applying the fix suggested there:

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//JUST AN EXAMPLE, PLEASE USE YOUR OWN PICTURE!_x000D_
var imageAddr = "http://www.kenrockwell.com/contax/images/g2/examples/31120037-5mb.jpg"; _x000D_
var downloadSize = 4995374; //bytes_x000D_
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function ShowProgressMessage(msg) {_x000D_
    if (console) {_x000D_
        if (typeof msg == "string") {_x000D_
            console.log(msg);_x000D_
        } else {_x000D_
            for (var i = 0; i < msg.length; i++) {_x000D_
                console.log(msg[i]);_x000D_
            }_x000D_
        }_x000D_
    }_x000D_
    _x000D_
    var oProgress = document.getElementById("progress");_x000D_
    if (oProgress) {_x000D_
        var actualHTML = (typeof msg == "string") ? msg : msg.join("<br />");_x000D_
        oProgress.innerHTML = actualHTML;_x000D_
    }_x000D_
}_x000D_
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function InitiateSpeedDetection() {_x000D_
    ShowProgressMessage("Loading the image, please wait...");_x000D_
    window.setTimeout(MeasureConnectionSpeed, 1);_x000D_
};    _x000D_
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if (window.addEventListener) {_x000D_
    window.addEventListener('load', InitiateSpeedDetection, false);_x000D_
} else if (window.attachEvent) {_x000D_
    window.attachEvent('onload', InitiateSpeedDetection);_x000D_
}_x000D_
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function MeasureConnectionSpeed() {_x000D_
    var startTime, endTime;_x000D_
    var download = new Image();_x000D_
    download.onload = function () {_x000D_
        endTime = (new Date()).getTime();_x000D_
        showResults();_x000D_
    }_x000D_
    _x000D_
    download.onerror = function (err, msg) {_x000D_
        ShowProgressMessage("Invalid image, or error downloading");_x000D_
    }_x000D_
    _x000D_
    startTime = (new Date()).getTime();_x000D_
    var cacheBuster = "?nnn=" + startTime;_x000D_
    download.src = imageAddr + cacheBuster;_x000D_
    _x000D_
    function showResults() {_x000D_
        var duration = (endTime - startTime) / 1000;_x000D_
        var bitsLoaded = downloadSize * 8;_x000D_
        var speedBps = (bitsLoaded / duration).toFixed(2);_x000D_
        var speedKbps = (speedBps / 1024).toFixed(2);_x000D_
        var speedMbps = (speedKbps / 1024).toFixed(2);_x000D_
        ShowProgressMessage([_x000D_
            "Your connection speed is:", _x000D_
            speedBps + " bps", _x000D_
            speedKbps + " kbps", _x000D_
            speedMbps + " Mbps"_x000D_
        ]);_x000D_
    }_x000D_
}
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<h1 id="progress">JavaScript is turned off, or your browser is realllllly slow</h1>
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Quick comparison with "real" speed test service showed small difference of 0.12 Mbps when using big picture.

To ensure the integrity of the test, you can run the code with Chrome dev tool throttling enabled and then see if the result matches the limitation. (credit goes to user284130 :))

Important things to keep in mind:

  1. The image being used should be properly optimized and compressed. If it isn't, then default compression on connections by the web server might show speed bigger than it actually is. Another option is using uncompressible file format, e.g. jpg. (thanks Rauli Rajande for pointing this out and Fluxine for reminding me)

  2. The cache buster mechanism described above might not work with some CDN servers, which can be configured to ignore query string parameters, hence better setting cache control headers on the image itself. (thanks orcaman for pointing this out))

VBA: Counting rows in a table (list object)

You need to go one level deeper in what you are retrieving.

Dim tbl As ListObject
Set tbl = ActiveSheet.ListObjects("MyTable")
MsgBox tbl.Range.Rows.Count
MsgBox tbl.HeaderRowRange.Rows.Count
MsgBox tbl.DataBodyRange.Rows.Count
Set tbl = Nothing

More information at:

ListObject Interface
ListObject.Range Property
ListObject.DataBodyRange Property
ListObject.HeaderRowRange Property

Resolve absolute path from relative path and/or file name

stijn's solution works with subfolders under C:\Program Files (86)\,

@echo off
set projectDirMc=test.txt

for /f "delims=" %%a in ('powershell -Command "[System.IO.Path]::GetFullPath( '%projectDirMc%' )"') do @set resolvedPath=%%a

echo full path:    %resolvedPath%

Get the cartesian product of a series of lists?

Recursive Approach:

def rec_cart(start, array, partial, results):
  if len(partial) == len(array):
    results.append(partial)
    return 

  for element in array[start]:
    rec_cart(start+1, array, partial+[element], results)

rec_res = []
some_lists = [[1, 2, 3], ['a', 'b'], [4, 5]]  
rec_cart(0, some_lists, [], rec_res)
print(rec_res)

Iterative Approach:

def itr_cart(array):
  results = [[]]
  for i in range(len(array)):
    temp = []
    for res in results:
      for element in array[i]:
        temp.append(res+[element])
    results = temp

  return results

some_lists = [[1, 2, 3], ['a', 'b'], [4, 5]]  
itr_res = itr_cart(some_lists)
print(itr_res)

.htaccess file to allow access to images folder to view pictures?

<Directory /uploads>
   Options +Indexes
</Directory>

Using multiple .cpp files in c++ program?

You can simply place a forward declaration of your second() function in your main.cpp above main(). If your second.cpp has more than one function and you want all of it in main(), put all the forward declarations of your functions in second.cpp into a header file and #include it in main.cpp.

Like this-

Second.h:

void second();
int third();
double fourth();

main.cpp:

#include <iostream>
#include "second.h"
int main()
{
    //.....
    return 0;
}

second.cpp:

void second()
{
    //...
}

int third()
{ 
    //...
    return foo;
}

double fourth()
{ 
    //...
    return f;
}

Note that: it is not necessary to #include "second.h" in second.cpp. All your compiler need is forward declarations and your linker will do the job of searching the definitions of those declarations in the other files.

How do I get the full url of the page I am on in C#

If you need the port number also, you can use

Request.Url.Authority

Example:

string url = Request.Url.Authority + HttpContext.Current.Request.RawUrl.ToString();

if (Request.ServerVariables["HTTPS"] == "on")
{
    url = "https://" + url;
}
else 
{
    url = "http://" + url;
}

android:layout_height 50% of the screen size

To make sure the height of a view is 50% of the screen then we can create two sub LinearLayouts in a LinearLayout. Each of the child LinearLayout should have "android:layout_weight" of 0.5 to cover half the screen

the parent LinearLAyout should have "android:orientation" set to vertical

.

.

here is code for your reference.... this code contains two buttons of height half the screen

<LinearLayout 
android:orientation="vertical"
android:layout_height="match_parent">

<LinearLayout

    android:layout_weight="0.5"
    android:layout_width="fill_parent"
    android:layout_height="wrap_content"
    android:orientation="horizontal">

    <Button
        android:padding="10dp"
        android:layout_weight="0.5"
        android:layout_width="wrap_content"
        android:layout_height="fill_parent"
        android:text="button1"
        android:id="@+id/button1"
        android:layout_alignParentTop="true"
        android:layout_alignParentLeft="true"
        android:layout_alignParentStart="true"
        android:layout_alignParentBottom="true"
        />

    <Button
        android:padding="10dp"
        android:layout_weight="0.5"
        android:layout_width="wrap_content"
        android:layout_height="fill_parent"
        android:text="button2"
        android:id="@+id/button2"
        android:layout_alignParentTop="true"
        android:layout_alignParentRight="true"
        android:layout_alignParentEnd="true"
        android:layout_alignParentBottom="true"
        />

    </LinearLayout>

<LinearLayout

    android:layout_weight="0.5"
    android:layout_width="fill_parent"
    android:layout_height="wrap_content"
    android:orientation="horizontal">


    </LinearLayout>
   </LinearLayout>

How can I convert string to double in C++?

If it is a c-string (null-terminated array of type char), you can do something like:

#include <stdlib.h>
char str[] = "3.14159";
double num = atof(str);

If it is a C++ string, just use the c_str() method:

double num = atof( cppstr.c_str() );

atof() will convert the string to a double, returning 0 on failure. The function is documented here: http://www.cplusplus.com/reference/clibrary/cstdlib/atof.html

Converting SVG to PNG using C#

I'm using Batik for this. The complete Delphi code:

procedure ExecNewProcess(ProgramName : String; Wait: Boolean);
var
  StartInfo : TStartupInfo;
  ProcInfo : TProcessInformation;
  CreateOK : Boolean;
begin
  FillChar(StartInfo, SizeOf(TStartupInfo), #0);
  FillChar(ProcInfo, SizeOf(TProcessInformation), #0);
  StartInfo.cb := SizeOf(TStartupInfo);
  CreateOK := CreateProcess(nil, PChar(ProgramName), nil, nil, False,
              CREATE_NEW_PROCESS_GROUP + NORMAL_PRIORITY_CLASS,
              nil, nil, StartInfo, ProcInfo);
  if CreateOK then begin
    //may or may not be needed. Usually wait for child processes
    if Wait then
      WaitForSingleObject(ProcInfo.hProcess, INFINITE);
  end else
    ShowMessage('Unable to run ' + ProgramName);

  CloseHandle(ProcInfo.hProcess);
  CloseHandle(ProcInfo.hThread);
end;

procedure ConvertSVGtoPNG(aFilename: String);
const
  ExecLine = 'c:\windows\system32\java.exe -jar C:\Apps\batik-1.7\batik-rasterizer.jar ';
begin
  ExecNewProcess(ExecLine + aFilename, True);
end;

Could not create the Java virtual machine

The problem got resolved when I edited the file /etc/bashrc with same contents as in /etc/profiles and in /etc/profiles.d/limits.sh and did a re-login.

Show div when radio button selected

$('input[name=test]').click(function () {
    if (this.id == "watch-me") {
        $("#show-me").show('slow');
    } else {
        $("#show-me").hide('slow');
    }
});

http://jsfiddle.net/2SsAk/2/

rails 3.1.0 ActionView::Template::Error (application.css isn't precompiled)

Here's the quick fix:

If you're using capistrano do this add this to your deploy.rb:

after 'deploy:update_code' do
  run "cd #{release_path}; RAILS_ENV=production rake assets:precompile"
end

cap deploy

How to create a fixed sidebar layout with Bootstrap 4?

I'm using the J.S. to fix a sidebar menu. I've tried a lot of solutions with CSS but it's the simplest way to solve it, just add J.S. adding and removing a native BootStrap class: "position-fixed".

The J.S.:

var lateral = false;
function fixar() {

            var element, name, arr;
            element = document.getElementById("minhasidebar");

            if (lateral) {
                element.className = element.className.replace(
                        /\bposition-fixed\b/g, "");
                lateral = false;
            } else {

                name = "position-fixed";
                arr = element.className.split(" ");
                if (arr.indexOf(name) == -1) {
                    element.className += " " + name;
                }
                lateral = true;
            }

        }

The HTML:

Sidebar:

<aside>
        <nav class="sidebar ">
             <div id="minhasidebar">
                 <ul class="nav nav-pills">
                     <li class="nav-item"><a class="nav-link active" 
                     th:href="@{/hoje/inicial}"> <i class="oi oi-clipboard"></i> 
                     <span>Hoje</span>
                     </a></li>
                 </ul>
             </div>
        </nav>            
</aside>

Web Reference vs. Service Reference

Add Web Reference is the old-style, deprecated ASP.NET webservices (ASMX) technology (using only the XmlSerializer for your stuff) - if you do this, you get an ASMX client for an ASMX web service. You can do this in just about any project (Web App, Web Site, Console App, Winforms - you name it).

Add Service Reference is the new way of doing it, adding a WCF service reference, which gives you a much more advanced, much more flexible service model than just plain old ASMX stuff.

Since you're not ready to move to WCF, you can also still add the old-style web reference, if you really must: when you do a "Add Service Reference", on the dialog that comes up, click on the [Advanced] button in the button left corner:

alt text

and on the next dialog that comes up, pick the [Add Web Reference] button at the bottom.

jquery how to use multiple ajax calls one after the end of the other

You are somewhat close, but you should put your function inside the document.ready event handler instead of the other-way-around.

Another way to do this is by placing your AJAX call in a generic function and call that function from an AJAX callback to loop through a set of requests in order:

$(function () {

    //setup an array of AJAX options,
    //each object will specify information for a single AJAX request
    var ajaxes  = [
            {
                url      : '<url>',
                data     : {...},
                callback : function (data) { /*do work on data*/ }
            },
            {
                url      : '<url2>',
                data     : {...},
                callback : function (data) { /*maybe something different (maybe not)*/ }
            }
        ],
        current = 0;

    //declare your function to run AJAX requests
    function do_ajax() {

        //check to make sure there are more requests to make
        if (current < ajaxes.length) {

            //make the AJAX request with the given info from the array of objects
            $.ajax({
                url      : ajaxes[current].url,
                data     : ajaxes[current].data,
                success  : function (serverResponse) {

                    //once a successful response has been received,
                    //no HTTP error or timeout reached,
                    //run the callback for this request
                    ajaxes[current].callback(serverResponse);

                },
                complete : function () {

                    //increment the `current` counter
                    //and recursively call our do_ajax() function again.
                    current++;
                    do_ajax();

                    //note that the "success" callback will fire
                    //before the "complete" callback

                }
            });
        }
    }

    //run the AJAX function for the first time once `document.ready` fires
    do_ajax();

});

In this example, the recursive call to run the next AJAX request is being set as the complete callback so that it runs regardless of the status of the current response. Meaning that if the request times out or returns an HTTP error (or invalid response), the next request will still run. If you require subsequent requests to only run when a request is successful, then using the success callback to make your recursive call would likely be best.

Updated 2018-08-21 in regards to good points in comments.

Copy and paste content from one file to another file in vi

Another way could be to open the two files in two split buffers and use the following "snippet" after visual selection of the lines of interest.

:vnoremap <F4> :y<CR><C-W>Wr<Esc>p

"Operation must use an updateable query" error in MS Access

set permission on application directory solve this issue with me

To set this permission, right click on the App_Data folder (or whichever other folder you have put the file in) and select Properties. Look for the Security tab. If you can't see it, you need to go to My Computer, then click Tools and choose Folder Options.... then click the View tab. Scroll to the bottom and uncheck "Use simple file sharing (recommended)". Back to the Security tab, you need to add the relevant account to the Group or User Names box. Click Add.... then click Advanced, then Find Now. The appropriate account should be listed. Double click it to add it to the Group or User Names box, then check the Modify option in the permissions. That's it. You are done.

How to define two fields "unique" as couple

There is a simple solution for you called unique_together which does exactly what you want.

For example:

class MyModel(models.Model):
  field1 = models.CharField(max_length=50)
  field2 = models.CharField(max_length=50)

  class Meta:
    unique_together = ('field1', 'field2',)

And in your case:

class Volume(models.Model):
  id = models.AutoField(primary_key=True)
  journal_id = models.ForeignKey(Journals, db_column='jid', null=True, verbose_name = "Journal")
  volume_number = models.CharField('Volume Number', max_length=100)
  comments = models.TextField('Comments', max_length=4000, blank=True)

  class Meta:
    unique_together = ('journal_id', 'volume_number',)

mvn command is not recognized as an internal or external command

  1. Try with echo %path% , if this option doesn't show your M2_HOME and others variable values as directory path, then create a new environment variable lets say PATH, and assign like below:

    PATH=%JAVA_HOME%\bin;%M2_HOME%\bin
    
  2. Add this in variable path=.....;%PATH%

  3. Now open a new cmd, and try to echo %path%
    it will show all thh system path

Now you can check mvn -version it will solve the problem , if not try to restart the system

P.S. as per doc, you should expend your zip distribution in C:\Program Files\Apache Software Foundation. But ideally it doen't matter

CS1617: Invalid option ‘6’ for /langversion; must be ISO-1, ISO-2, 3, 4, 5 or Default

Instead of changing the language version from 6 to 5, change the "type" attribute on the compiler tag from

Microsoft.CSharp.CSharpCodeProvider, System, Version=4.0.0.0, Culture=neutral, PublicKeyToken=b77a5c561934e089

to

Microsoft.CodeDom.Providers.DotNetCompilerPlatform.CSharpCodeProvider, Microsoft.CodeDom.Providers.DotNetCompilerPlatform, Version=1.0.0.0, Culture=neutral, PublicKeyToken=31bf3856ad364e35

MySQL - Get row number on select

It's now builtin in MySQL 8.0 and MariaDB 10.2:

SELECT
  itemID, COUNT(*) as ordercount,
  ROW_NUMBER OVER (PARTITION BY itemID ORDER BY rank DESC) as rank
FROM orders
GROUP BY itemID ORDER BY rank DESC

Can’t delete docker image with dependent child images

Force deleting a list of images (exclude version 10, for example)

docker images | grep version | grep -v version10 > images.txt && for img in $( awk -F" " '{print $3}' /root/images.txt ) ; do docker rmi -f $img; done

How to get the current location latitude and longitude in android

IMPORTANT:

Please notice this solution is from 2015 might be too old and deprecated.


None of the above worked for me so I made a tutorial and wrote it for myself since I lost many hours trying to implement this. Hope this helps someone:

How to use Google Play Services LOCATION API to get current latitude & longitude

1) Add to your AndroidManifest.xml file the ACCESS_COARSE_LOCATION & ACCESS_FINE_LOCATION:

    <manifest xmlns:android="http://schemas.android.com/apk/res/android" package="com.example.appname" >

        <uses-permission android:name="android.permission.ACCESS_COARSE_LOCATION" />
        <uses-permission android:name="android.permission.ACCESS_FINE_LOCATION" />

        <application...

2) Go to app/build.gradlefile and add the following dependency (make sure to use the latest available version):

    dependencies {
        //IMPORTANT: make sure to use the newest version. 11.0.1 is old AF
        compile 'com.google.android.gms:play-services-location:11.0.1
    }

3) In your activity implement the following:

    import com.google.android.gms.common.ConnectionResult;
    import com.google.android.gms.common.api.GoogleApiClient;
    import com.google.android.gms.common.api.GoogleApiClient.ConnectionCallbacks;
    import com.google.android.gms.common.api.GoogleApiClient.OnConnectionFailedListener;
    import com.google.android.gms.location.LocationListener;
    import com.google.android.gms.location.LocationRequest;
    import com.google.android.gms.location.LocationServices;
    import com.google.android.gms.maps.GoogleMap;

    public class HomeActivity extends AppCompatActivity implements
            ConnectionCallbacks,
            OnConnectionFailedListener,
            LocationListener {

        //Define a request code to send to Google Play services
        private final static int CONNECTION_FAILURE_RESOLUTION_REQUEST = 9000;
        private GoogleApiClient mGoogleApiClient;
        private LocationRequest mLocationRequest;
        private double currentLatitude;
        private double currentLongitude;


        @Override
        protected void onCreate(Bundle savedInstanceState) {
            super.onCreate(savedInstanceState);
            setContentView(R.layout.activity_home);

            mGoogleApiClient = new GoogleApiClient.Builder(this)
                    // The next two lines tell the new client that “this” current class will handle connection stuff
                    .addConnectionCallbacks(this)
                    .addOnConnectionFailedListener(this)
                    //fourth line adds the LocationServices API endpoint from GooglePlayServices
                    .addApi(LocationServices.API)
                    .build();

            // Create the LocationRequest object
            mLocationRequest = LocationRequest.create()
                    .setPriority(LocationRequest.PRIORITY_HIGH_ACCURACY)
                    .setInterval(10 * 1000)        // 10 seconds, in milliseconds
                    .setFastestInterval(1 * 1000); // 1 second, in milliseconds

        }

        @Override
        protected void onResume() {
            super.onResume();
            //Now lets connect to the API
            mGoogleApiClient.connect();
        }

        @Override
        protected void onPause() {
            super.onPause();
            Log.v(this.getClass().getSimpleName(), "onPause()");

            //Disconnect from API onPause()
            if (mGoogleApiClient.isConnected()) {
                LocationServices.FusedLocationApi.removeLocationUpdates(mGoogleApiClient, this);
                mGoogleApiClient.disconnect();
            }


        }

        /**
         * If connected get lat and long
         * 
         */
        @Override
        public void onConnected(Bundle bundle) {
            Location location = LocationServices.FusedLocationApi.getLastLocation(mGoogleApiClient);

            if (location == null) {
                LocationServices.FusedLocationApi.requestLocationUpdates(mGoogleApiClient, mLocationRequest, this);

            } else {
                //If everything went fine lets get latitude and longitude
                currentLatitude = location.getLatitude();
                currentLongitude = location.getLongitude();

                Toast.makeText(this, currentLatitude + " WORKS " + currentLongitude + "", Toast.LENGTH_LONG).show();
            }
        }


        @Override
        public void onConnectionSuspended(int i) {}

        @Override
        public void onConnectionFailed(ConnectionResult connectionResult) {
            /*
             * Google Play services can resolve some errors it detects.
             * If the error has a resolution, try sending an Intent to
             * start a Google Play services activity that can resolve
             * error.
             */
            if (connectionResult.hasResolution()) {
                try {
                    // Start an Activity that tries to resolve the error
                    connectionResult.startResolutionForResult(this, CONNECTION_FAILURE_RESOLUTION_REQUEST);
                    /*
                     * Thrown if Google Play services canceled the original
                     * PendingIntent
                     */
                } catch (IntentSender.SendIntentException e) {
                    // Log the error
                    e.printStackTrace();
                }
            } else {
                /*
                 * If no resolution is available, display a dialog to the
                 * user with the error.
                 */
                Log.e("Error", "Location services connection failed with code " + connectionResult.getErrorCode());
            }
        }

        /**
         * If locationChanges change lat and long
         * 
         * 
         * @param location
         */
        @Override
        public void onLocationChanged(Location location) {
            currentLatitude = location.getLatitude();
            currentLongitude = location.getLongitude();

            Toast.makeText(this, currentLatitude + " WORKS " + currentLongitude + "", Toast.LENGTH_LONG).show();
        }

    }

If you need more info just go to:

The Beginner’s Guide to Location in Android

Note: This doesn't seem to work in the emulator but works just fine on a device

How to convert HH:mm:ss.SSS to milliseconds?

Using JODA:

PeriodFormatter periodFormat = new PeriodFormatterBuilder()
  .minimumParsedDigits(2)
  .appendHour() // 2 digits minimum
  .appendSeparator(":")
  .minimumParsedDigits(2)
  .appendMinute() // 2 digits minimum
  .appendSeparator(":")
  .minimumParsedDigits(2)
  .appendSecond()
  .appendSeparator(".")
  .appendMillis3Digit()
  .toFormatter();
Period result = Period.parse(string, periodFormat);
return result.toStandardDuration().getMillis();

How to validate an e-mail address in swift?

This a new version for "THE REASONABLE SOLUTION" by @Fattie, tested on Swift 4.1 in a new file called String+Email.swift:

import Foundation

extension String {
    private static let __firstpart = "[A-Z0-9a-z]([A-Z0-9a-z._%+-]{0,30}[A-Z0-9a-z])?"
    private static let __serverpart = "([A-Z0-9a-z]([A-Z0-9a-z-]{0,30}[A-Z0-9a-z])?\\.){1,5}"
    private static let __emailRegex = __firstpart + "@" + __serverpart + "[A-Za-z]{2,6}"

    public var isEmail: Bool {
        let predicate = NSPredicate(format: "SELF MATCHES %@", type(of:self).__emailRegex)
        return predicate.evaluate(with: self)
    }
}

So its usage is simple:

let str = "[email protected]"
if str.isEmail {
    print("\(str) is a valid e-mail address")
} else {
    print("\(str) is not a valid e-mail address")
}

I simply don't like to add a func to the String objects, as being an e-mail address is inherent to them (or not). So a Bool property would fit better than a func, from my understanding.

Start service in Android

Probably you don't have the service in your manifest, or it does not have an <intent-filter> that matches your action. Examining LogCat (via adb logcat, DDMS, or the DDMS perspective in Eclipse) should turn up some warnings that may help.

More likely, you should start the service via:

startService(new Intent(this, UpdaterServiceManager.class));

border-radius not working

For some reason your padding: 7px setting is nullifying the border-radius. Change it to padding: 0px 7px

Catch a thread's exception in the caller thread in Python

The concurrent.futures module makes it simple to do work in separate threads (or processes) and handle any resulting exceptions:

import concurrent.futures
import shutil

def copytree_with_dots(src_path, dst_path):
    with concurrent.futures.ThreadPoolExecutor(max_workers=1) as executor:
        # Execute the copy on a separate thread,
        # creating a future object to track progress.
        future = executor.submit(shutil.copytree, src_path, dst_path)

        while future.running():
            # Print pretty dots here.
            pass

        # Return the value returned by shutil.copytree(), None.
        # Raise any exceptions raised during the copy process.
        return future.result()

concurrent.futures is included with Python 3.2, and is available as the backported futures module for earlier versions.

Define global constants

The solution for the configuration provided by the angular team itself can be found here.

Here is all the relevant code:

1) app.config.ts

import { OpaqueToken } from "@angular/core";

export let APP_CONFIG = new OpaqueToken("app.config");

export interface IAppConfig {
    apiEndpoint: string;
}

export const AppConfig: IAppConfig = {    
    apiEndpoint: "http://localhost:15422/api/"    
};

2) app.module.ts

import { APP_CONFIG, AppConfig } from './app.config';

@NgModule({
    providers: [
        { provide: APP_CONFIG, useValue: AppConfig }
    ]
})

3) your.service.ts

import { APP_CONFIG, IAppConfig } from './app.config';

@Injectable()
export class YourService {

    constructor(@Inject(APP_CONFIG) private config: IAppConfig) {
             // You can use config.apiEndpoint now
    }   
}

Now you can inject the config everywhere without using the string names and with the use of your interface for static checks.

You can of course separate the Interface and the constant further to be able to supply different values in production and development e.g.

Any way to make plot points in scatterplot more transparent in R?

Transparency can be coded in the color argument as well. It is just two more hex numbers coding a transparency between 0 (fully transparent) and 255 (fully visible). I once wrote this function to add transparency to a color vector, maybe it is usefull here?

addTrans <- function(color,trans)
{
  # This function adds transparancy to a color.
  # Define transparancy with an integer between 0 and 255
  # 0 being fully transparant and 255 being fully visable
  # Works with either color and trans a vector of equal length,
  # or one of the two of length 1.

  if (length(color)!=length(trans)&!any(c(length(color),length(trans))==1)) stop("Vector lengths not correct")
  if (length(color)==1 & length(trans)>1) color <- rep(color,length(trans))
  if (length(trans)==1 & length(color)>1) trans <- rep(trans,length(color))

  num2hex <- function(x)
  {
    hex <- unlist(strsplit("0123456789ABCDEF",split=""))
    return(paste(hex[(x-x%%16)/16+1],hex[x%%16+1],sep=""))
  }
  rgb <- rbind(col2rgb(color),trans)
  res <- paste("#",apply(apply(rgb,2,num2hex),2,paste,collapse=""),sep="")
  return(res)
}

Some examples:

cols <- sample(c("red","green","pink"),100,TRUE)

# Fully visable:
plot(rnorm(100),rnorm(100),col=cols,pch=16,cex=4)

# Somewhat transparant:
plot(rnorm(100),rnorm(100),col=addTrans(cols,200),pch=16,cex=4)

# Very transparant:
plot(rnorm(100),rnorm(100),col=addTrans(cols,100),pch=16,cex=4)

Can I safely delete contents of Xcode Derived data folder?

yes, safe to delete, my script searches and nukes every instance it finds, easily modified to a local directory

#!/usr/bin/env bash
set -o errexit
set -o nounset
set -o pipefail
IFS=$'\n\t'

for drive in Swap Media OSX_10.11.6/$HOME
do
   pushd /Volumes/${drive}  &> /dev/null
   gfind . -depth -name 'DerivedData'|xargs -I '{}' /bin/rm -fR '{}'
   popd &> /dev/null
done

jQuery SVG vs. Raphael

I've recently used both Raphael and jQuery SVG - and here are my thoughts:

Raphael

Pros: a good starter library, easy to do a LOT of things with SVG quickly. Well written and documented. Lots of examples and Demos. Very extensible architecture. Great with animation.

Cons: is a layer over the actual SVG markup, makes it difficult to do more complex things with SVG - such as grouping (it supports Sets, but not groups). Doesn't do great w/ editing of already existing elements.

jQuery SVG

Pros: a jquery plugin, if you're already using jQuery. Well written and documented. Lots of examples and demos. Supports most SVG elements, allows native access to elements easily

Cons: architecture not as extensible as Raphael. Some things could be better documented (like configure of SVG element). Doesn't do great w/ editing of already existing elements. Relies on SVG semantics for animation - which is not that great.

SnapSVG as a pure SVG version of Raphael

SnapSVG is the successor of Raphael. It is supported only in the SVG enabled browsers and supports almost all the features of SVG.

Conclusion

If you're doing something quick and easy, Raphael is an easy choice. If you're going to do something more complex, I chose to use jQuery SVG because I can manipulate the actual markup significantly easier than with Raphael. And if you want a non-jQuery solution then SnapSVG is a good option.

Android Studio Run/Debug configuration error: Module not specified

I would like to add some more information while I was facing this issue:

Ref: Answer from @Eli:

  1. Cut line include ':app' from the file.
  2. On Android Studio, click on the File Menu, and select Sync Project with Gradle files.
  3. After synchronisation, paste back line include ':app' to the settings.gradle file.
  4. Re-run Sync Project with Gradle files again.

So, let's follow the instruction and try to keep one thing in mind, that what is showing in your build configuration. Make sure you are seeing the name of your configuration app like the image below:

enter image description here

If you are seeing anything else, then the steps mentioned by @Eli (the most accepted answer) will not work.

An alternative Solution If you have a different name on the Run/Debug Configurations window and the above process is not working, please change the config name to 'app'

then -> hit Apply -> then Ok.

After that follow this:-

File->Sync project with gradle files (if needed).

Now check the issue will be resolved hopefully. I have faced this issue and I think it might help others as well.

Accessing an SQLite Database in Swift

I have written a SQLite3 wrapper library written in Swift.

This is actually a very high level wrapper with very simple API, but anyway, it has low-level C inter-op code, and I post here a (simplified) part of it to shows the C inter-op.

    struct C
    {
        static let  NULL        =   COpaquePointer.null()
    }

    func open(filename:String, flags:OpenFlag)
    {
        let name2   =   filename.cStringUsingEncoding(NSUTF8StringEncoding)!
        let r       =   sqlite3_open_v2(name2, &_rawptr, flags.value, UnsafePointer<Int8>.null())
        checkNoErrorWith(resultCode: r)
    }

    func close()
    {   
        let r   =   sqlite3_close(_rawptr)
        checkNoErrorWith(resultCode: r)
        _rawptr =   C.NULL
    }

    func prepare(SQL:String) -> (statements:[Core.Statement], tail:String)
    {
        func once(zSql:UnsafePointer<Int8>, len:Int32, inout zTail:UnsafePointer<Int8>) -> Core.Statement?
        {
            var pStmt   =   C.NULL
            let r       =   sqlite3_prepare_v2(_rawptr, zSql, len, &pStmt, &zTail)
            checkNoErrorWith(resultCode: r)

            if pStmt == C.NULL
            {
                return  nil
            }
            return  Core.Statement(database: self, pointerToRawCStatementObject: pStmt)
        }

        var stmts:[Core.Statement]  =   []
        let sql2    =   SQL as NSString
        var zSql    =   UnsafePointer<Int8>(sql2.UTF8String)
        var zTail   =   UnsafePointer<Int8>.null()
        var len1    =   sql2.lengthOfBytesUsingEncoding(NSUTF8StringEncoding);
        var maxlen2 =   Int32(len1)+1

        while let one = once(zSql, maxlen2, &zTail)
        {
            stmts.append(one)
            zSql    =   zTail
        }

        let rest1   =   String.fromCString(zTail)
        let rest2   =   rest1 == nil ? "" : rest1!

        return  (stmts, rest2)
    }

    func step() -> Bool
    {   
        let rc1 =   sqlite3_step(_rawptr)

        switch rc1
        {   
            case SQLITE_ROW:
                return  true

            case SQLITE_DONE:
                return  false

            default:
                database.checkNoErrorWith(resultCode: rc1)
        }
    }

    func columnText(at index:Int32) -> String
    {
        let bc  =   sqlite3_column_bytes(_rawptr, Int32(index))
        let cs  =   sqlite3_column_text(_rawptr, Int32(index))

        let s1  =   bc == 0 ? "" : String.fromCString(UnsafePointer<CChar>(cs))!
        return  s1
    }

    func finalize()
    {
        let r   =   sqlite3_finalize(_rawptr)
        database.checkNoErrorWith(resultCode: r)

        _rawptr =   C.NULL
    }

If you want a full source code of this low level wrapper, see these files.

Singleton design pattern vs Singleton beans in Spring container

Singleton scope in Spring means that this bean will be instantiated only once by Spring. In contrast to the prototype scope (new instance each time), request scope (once per request), session scope (once per HTTP session).

Singleton scope has technically nothing to do with the singleton design pattern. You don't have to implement your beans as singletons for them to be put in the singleton scope.

.ssh/config file for windows (git)

These instructions work fine in Linux. In Windows, they are not working for me today.

I found an answer that helps for me, maybe this will help OP. I kissed a lot of frogs trying to solve this. You need to add your new non-standard-named key file with "ssh-add"! Here's instruction for the magic bullet: Generating a new SSH key and adding it to the ssh-agent. Once you know the magic search terms are "add key with ssh-add in windows" you find plenty of other links.

If I were using Windows often, I'd find some way to make this permanent. https://github.com/raeesbhatti/ssh-agent-helper.

The ssh key agent looks for default "id_rsa" and other keys it knows about. The key you create with a non-standard name must be added to the ssh key agent.

First, I start the key agent in the Git BASH shell:

$ eval $(ssh-agent -s)
Agent pid 6276

$ ssh-add ~/.ssh/Paul_Johnson-windowsvm-20180318
Enter passphrase for /c/Users/pauljohn32/.ssh/Paul_Johnson-windowsvm-20180318:
Identity added: /c/Users/pauljohn32/.ssh/Paul_Johnson-windowsvm-20180318 (/c/Users/pauljohn32/.ssh/Paul_Johnson-windowsvm-20180318)

Then I change to the directory where I want to clone the repo

$ cd ~/Documents/GIT/

$ git clone [email protected]:test/spr2018.git
Cloning into 'spr2018'...
remote: Counting objects: 3, done.
remote: Compressing objects: 100% (2/2), done.
remote: Total 3 (delta 0), reused 0 (delta 0)
Receiving objects: 100% (3/3), done.

I fought with this for a long long time.

Here are other things I tried along the way

At first I was certain it is because of file and folder permissions. On Linux, I have seen .ssh settings rejected if the folder is not set at 700. Windows has 711. In Windows, I cannot find any way to make permissions 700.

After fighting with that, I think it must not be the problem. Here's why. If the key is named "id_rsa" then git works! Git is able to connect to server. However, if I name the key file something else, and fix the config file in a consistent way, no matter what, then git fails to connect. That makes me think permissions are not the problem.

A thing you can do to debug this problem is to watch verbose output from ssh commands using the configured key.

In the git bash shell, run this

$ ssh -T git@name-of-your-server

Note, the user name should be "git" here. If your key is set up and the config file is found, you see this, as I just tested in my Linux system:

$ ssh -T [email protected]
Welcome to GitLab, Paul E. Johnson!

On the other hand, in Windows I have same trouble you do before applying "ssh-add". It wants git's password, which is always a fail.

$ ssh -T [email protected]
[email protected]'s password:

Again, If i manually copy my key to "id_rsa" and "id_rsa.pub", then this works fine. After running ssh-add, observe the victory in Windows Git BASH:

$ ssh -T [email protected]
Welcome to GitLab, Paul E. Johnson!

You would hear the sound of me dancing with joy if you were here.

To figure out what was going wrong, you can I run 'ssh' with "-Tvv"

In Linux, I see this when it succeeds:

debug1: Offering RSA public key: pauljohn@pols124
debug2: we sent a publickey packet, wait for reply
debug1: Server accepts key: pkalg ssh-rsa blen 279
debug2: input_userauth_pk_ok: fp SHA256:bCoIWSXE5fkOID4Kj9Axt2UOVsRZz9JW91RQDUoasVo
debug1: Authentication succeeded (publickey).

In Windows, when this fails, I see it looking for default names:

debug1: Found key in /c/Users/pauljohn32/.ssh/known_hosts:1
debug2: set_newkeys: mode 1
debug1: rekey after 4294967296 blocks
debug1: SSH2_MSG_NEWKEYS sent
debug1: expecting SSH2_MSG_NEWKEYS
debug1: SSH2_MSG_NEWKEYS received
debug2: set_newkeys: mode 0
debug1: rekey after 4294967296 blocks
debug2: key: /c/Users/pauljohn32/.ssh/id_rsa (0x0)
debug2: key: /c/Users/pauljohn32/.ssh/id_dsa (0x0)
debug2: key: /c/Users/pauljohn32/.ssh/id_ecdsa (0x0)
debug2: key: /c/Users/pauljohn32/.ssh/id_ed25519 (0x0)
debug2: service_accept: ssh-userauth
debug1: SSH2_MSG_SERVICE_ACCEPT received
debug1: Authentications that can continue: publickey,gssapi-keyex,gssapi-with-mic,password
debug1: Next authentication method: publickey
debug1: Trying private key: /c/Users/pauljohn32/.ssh/id_rsa
debug1: Trying private key: /c/Users/pauljohn32/.ssh/id_dsa
debug1: Trying private key: /c/Users/pauljohn32/.ssh/id_ecdsa
debug1: Trying private key: /c/Users/pauljohn32/.ssh/id_ed25519
debug2: we did not send a packet, disable method
debug1: Next authentication method: password
[email protected]'s password:

That was the hint I needed, it says it finds my ~/.ssh/config file but never tries the key I want it to try.

I only use Windows once in a long while and it is frustrating. Maybe the people who use Windows all the time fix this and forget it.

Can Console.Clear be used to only clear a line instead of whole console?

My preferred method is to use PadRight. Instead of clearing the line first, this clears the remainder of the line after the new text is displayed, saving a step:

Console.CursorTop = 0;
Console.CursorLeft = 0;
Console.Write("Whatever...".PadRight(Console.BufferWidth));

How to force table cell <td> content to wrap?

Its works for me.

<style type="text/css">

 td {

    /* css-3 */
    white-space: -o-pre-wrap; 
    word-wrap: break-word;
    white-space: pre-wrap; 
    white-space: -moz-pre-wrap; 
    white-space: -pre-wrap; 

}

And table attribute is:

table { 
  table-layout: fixed;
  width: 100%
}

Delete all the records

Use the DELETE statement

Delete From <TableName>

Eg:

Delete from Student;

Get last n lines of a file, similar to tail

based on S.Lott's top voted answer (Sep 25 '08 at 21:43), but fixed for small files.

def tail(the_file, lines_2find=20):  
    the_file.seek(0, 2)                         #go to end of file
    bytes_in_file = the_file.tell()             
    lines_found, total_bytes_scanned = 0, 0
    while lines_2find+1 > lines_found and bytes_in_file > total_bytes_scanned: 
        byte_block = min(1024, bytes_in_file-total_bytes_scanned)
        the_file.seek(-(byte_block+total_bytes_scanned), 2)
        total_bytes_scanned += byte_block
        lines_found += the_file.read(1024).count('\n')
    the_file.seek(-total_bytes_scanned, 2)
    line_list = list(the_file.readlines())
    return line_list[-lines_2find:]

    #we read at least 21 line breaks from the bottom, block by block for speed
    #21 to ensure we don't get a half line

Hope this is useful.

Passing data from controller to view in Laravel

For Passing a single variable to view.

Inside Your controller create a method like:

function sleep()
{
        return view('welcome')->with('title','My App');
}

In Your route

Route::get('/sleep', 'TestController@sleep');

In Your View Welcome.blade.php. You can echo your variable like {{ $title }}

For An Array(multiple values) change,sleep method to :

function sleep()
{
        $data = array(
            'title'=>'My App',
            'Description'=>'This is New Application',
            'author'=>'foo'
            );
        return view('welcome')->with($data);
}

You can access you variable like {{ $author }}.

Stop a youtube video with jquery?

This solution is simple, elegant and works in all browsers:

var video = $("#playerid").attr("src");
$("#playerid").attr("src","");
$("#playerid").attr("src",video);

Git checkout: updating paths is incompatible with switching branches

For me I had a typo and my remote branch didn't exist

Use git branch -a to list remote branches

PHP get dropdown value and text

you can make it using js file and ajax call. while validating data using js file we can read the text of selected dropdown

$("#dropdownid").val();   for value
$("#dropdownid").text(); for selected value

catch these into two variables and take it as inputs to ajax call for a php file

$.ajax 
   ({
     url:"callingphpfile.php",//url of fetching php  
     method:"POST", //type 
     data:"val1="+value+"&val2="+selectedtext,
     success:function(data) //return the data     
     {

}

and in php you can get it as

    if (isset($_POST["val1"])) {
    $val1= $_POST["val1"] ;
}

if (isset($_POST["val2"])) {
  $selectedtext= $_POST["val1"];
}

Onclick CSS button effect

You should apply the following styles:

#button:active {
    vertical-align: top;
    padding: 8px 13px 6px;
}

This will give you the necessary effect, demo here.

Assets file project.assets.json not found. Run a NuGet package restore

In case when 'dotnet restore' not works, following steps may help:

  1. Visual Studio >> Tools >> Options >> Nuget Manager >> Package Sources
  2. Unchecked any third party package sources.
  3. Rebuild solution.

Entity Framework .Remove() vs. .DeleteObject()

It's not generally correct that you can "remove an item from a database" with both methods. To be precise it is like so:

  • ObjectContext.DeleteObject(entity) marks the entity as Deleted in the context. (It's EntityState is Deleted after that.) If you call SaveChanges afterwards EF sends a SQL DELETE statement to the database. If no referential constraints in the database are violated the entity will be deleted, otherwise an exception is thrown.

  • EntityCollection.Remove(childEntity) marks the relationship between parent and childEntity as Deleted. If the childEntity itself is deleted from the database and what exactly happens when you call SaveChanges depends on the kind of relationship between the two:

    • If the relationship is optional, i.e. the foreign key that refers from the child to the parent in the database allows NULL values, this foreign will be set to null and if you call SaveChanges this NULL value for the childEntity will be written to the database (i.e. the relationship between the two is removed). This happens with a SQL UPDATE statement. No DELETE statement occurs.

    • If the relationship is required (the FK doesn't allow NULL values) and the relationship is not identifying (which means that the foreign key is not part of the child's (composite) primary key) you have to either add the child to another parent or you have to explicitly delete the child (with DeleteObject then). If you don't do any of these a referential constraint is violated and EF will throw an exception when you call SaveChanges - the infamous "The relationship could not be changed because one or more of the foreign-key properties is non-nullable" exception or similar.

    • If the relationship is identifying (it's necessarily required then because any part of the primary key cannot be NULL) EF will mark the childEntity as Deleted as well. If you call SaveChanges a SQL DELETE statement will be sent to the database. If no other referential constraints in the database are violated the entity will be deleted, otherwise an exception is thrown.

I am actually a bit confused about the Remarks section on the MSDN page you have linked because it says: "If the relationship has a referential integrity constraint, calling the Remove method on a dependent object marks both the relationship and the dependent object for deletion.". This seems unprecise or even wrong to me because all three cases above have a "referential integrity constraint" but only in the last case the child is in fact deleted. (Unless they mean with "dependent object" an object that participates in an identifying relationship which would be an unusual terminology though.)

jquery, domain, get URL

If you need from string, like me, use this function - it really works.

function getHost(url)
{
    var a = document.createElement('a');
    a.href = url;
    return a.hostname;
}

But note, if there is a subdomain (e.g. www.) in the URL it will get returned with the hostname. Conversely, if there is no subdomain the hostname will not have one either.

Get current cursor position

GetCursorPos() will return to you the x/y if you pass in a pointer to a POINT structure.

Hiding the cursor can be done with ShowCursor().

How can I send JSON response in symfony2 controller

Symfony 2.1 has a JsonResponse class.

return new JsonResponse(array('name' => $name));

The passed in array will be JSON encoded the status code will default to 200 and the content type will be set to application/json.

There is also a handy setCallback function for JSONP.

Remove characters from C# string

Taking the performance figures from @drzaus, here is an extension method that uses the fastest algorithm.

public static class StringEx
{
    public static string RemoveCharacters(this string s, params char[] unwantedCharacters) 
        => s == null ? null : string.Join(string.Empty, s.Split(unwantedCharacters));
}

Usage

var name = "edward woodward!";
var removeDs = name.RemoveCharacters('d', '!');
Assert.Equal("ewar woowar", removeDs); // old joke

Recursive mkdir() system call on Unix

Apparently not, my two suggestions are:

char dirpath[80] = "/path/to/some/directory";
sprintf(mkcmd, "mkdir -p %s", dirpath);
system(mkcmd);

Or if you don't want to use system() try looking at the coreutils mkdir source code and see how they implemented the -p option.

++i or i++ in for loops ??

For integers, there is no difference between pre- and post-increment.

If i is an object of a non-trivial class, then ++i is generally preferred, because the object is modified and then evaluated, whereas i++ modifies after evaluation, so requires a copy to be made.

Difference between an API and SDK

Application Programming Interface is a set of routines/data structures/classes which specifies a way to interact with the target platform/software like OS X, Android, project management application, virtualization software etc.

While Software Development Kit is a wrapper around API/s that makes the job easy for developers.

For example, Android SDK facilitates developers to interact with the Android platform as a whole while the platform itself is built by composite software components communicating via APIs.

Also, sometimes SDKs are built to facilitate development in a specific programming language. For example, Selenium web driver (built in Java) provides APIs to drive any browser natively, while capybara can be considered an an SDK that facilitates Ruby developers to use Selenium web driver. However, Selenium web driver is also an SDK by itself as it combines interaction with various native browser drivers into one package.

How can I save an image with PIL?

I know that this is old, but I've found that (while using Pillow) opening the file by using open(fp, 'w') and then saving the file will work. E.g:

with open(fp, 'w') as f:
    result.save(f)

fp being the file path, of course.

Oracle row count of table by count(*) vs NUM_ROWS from DBA_TABLES

According to the documentation NUM_ROWS is the "Number of rows in the table", so I can see how this might be confusing. There, however, is a major difference between these two methods.

This query selects the number of rows in MY_TABLE from a system view. This is data that Oracle has previously collected and stored.

select num_rows from all_tables where table_name = 'MY_TABLE'

This query counts the current number of rows in MY_TABLE

select count(*) from my_table

By definition they are difference pieces of data. There are two additional pieces of information you need about NUM_ROWS.

  1. In the documentation there's an asterisk by the column name, which leads to this note:

    Columns marked with an asterisk (*) are populated only if you collect statistics on the table with the ANALYZE statement or the DBMS_STATS package.

    This means that unless you have gathered statistics on the table then this column will not have any data.

  2. Statistics gathered in 11g+ with the default estimate_percent, or with a 100% estimate, will return an accurate number for that point in time. But statistics gathered before 11g, or with a custom estimate_percent less than 100%, uses dynamic sampling and may be incorrect. If you gather 99.999% a single row may be missed, which in turn means that the answer you get is incorrect.

If your table is never updated then it is certainly possible to use ALL_TABLES.NUM_ROWS to find out the number of rows in a table. However, and it's a big however, if any process inserts or deletes rows from your table it will be at best a good approximation and depending on whether your database gathers statistics automatically could be horribly wrong.

Generally speaking, it is always better to actually count the number of rows in the table rather then relying on the system tables.

WebForms UnobtrusiveValidationMode requires a ScriptResourceMapping for jquery

I think this is the best solution for this type error. So please add below line. Also it work my code when I am using MSVS 2015.

<configuration>
<appSettings>
<add key="ValidationSettings:UnobtrusiveValidationMode" value="None" />
</appSettings>
</configuration>

What is the difference between Integer and int in Java?

An Integer is pretty much just a wrapper for the primitive type int. It allows you to use all the functions of the Integer class to make life a bit easier for you.

If you're new to Java, something you should learn to appreciate is the Java documentation. For example, anything you want to know about the Integer Class is documented in detail.

This is straight out of the documentation for the Integer class:

The Integer class wraps a value of the primitive type int in an object. An object of type Integer contains a single field whose type is int.

Import JSON file in React

Simplest approach is following

// Save this as someJson.js
const someJson = {
  name: 'Name',
  age: 20
}

export default someJson

then

import someJson from './someJson'

How do I change JPanel inside a JFrame on the fly?

Just call the method pack() after setting the ContentPane, (java 1.7, maybe older) like this:

JFrame frame = new JFrame();  
JPanel panel1 = new JPanel(); 
JPanel panel2 = new JPanel(); 
....
frame.setContentPane(panel1);
frame.pack();
...

frame.setContentPane(panel2);
frame.pack();
...

Can I call a constructor from another constructor (do constructor chaining) in C++?

Another option that has not been shown yet is to split your class into two, wrapping a lightweight interface class around your original class in order to achieve the effect you are looking for:

class Test_Base {
    public Test_Base() {
        DoSomething();
    }
};

class Test : public Test_Base {
    public Test() : Test_Base() {
    }

    public Test(int count) : Test_Base() {
        DoSomethingWithCount(count);
    }
};

This could get messy if you have many constructors that must call their "next level up" counterpart, but for a handful of constructors, it should be workable.

What is two way binding?

Actually emberjs supports two-way binding, which is one of the most powerful feature for a javascript MVC framework. You can check it out where it mentioning binding in its user guide.

for emberjs, to create two way binding is by creating a new property with the string Binding at the end, then specifying a path from the global scope:

App.wife = Ember.Object.create({
  householdIncome: 80000
});

App.husband = Ember.Object.create({
  householdIncomeBinding: 'App.wife.householdIncome'
});

App.husband.get('householdIncome'); // 80000

// Someone gets raise.
App.husband.set('householdIncome', 90000);
App.wife.get('householdIncome'); // 90000

Note that bindings don't update immediately. Ember waits until all of your application code has finished running before synchronizing changes, so you can change a bound property as many times as you'd like without worrying about the overhead of syncing bindings when values are transient.

Hope it helps in extend of original answer selected.