Programs & Examples On #Sitedefs

Can I load a .NET assembly at runtime and instantiate a type knowing only the name?

((ISomeInterface)Activator.CreateInstance(Assembly.LoadFile("somePath").GetTypes()[0])).SomeInterfaceMethod();

How to make sure you don't get WCF Faulted state exception?

This error can also be caused by having zero methods tagged with the OperationContract attribute. This was my problem when building a new service and testing it a long the way.

Conversion between UTF-8 ArrayBuffer and String

This should work:

// http://www.onicos.com/staff/iz/amuse/javascript/expert/utf.txt

/* utf.js - UTF-8 <=> UTF-16 convertion
 *
 * Copyright (C) 1999 Masanao Izumo <[email protected]>
 * Version: 1.0
 * LastModified: Dec 25 1999
 * This library is free.  You can redistribute it and/or modify it.
 */

function Utf8ArrayToStr(array) {
  var out, i, len, c;
  var char2, char3;

  out = "";
  len = array.length;
  i = 0;
  while (i < len) {
    c = array[i++];
    switch (c >> 4)
    { 
      case 0: case 1: case 2: case 3: case 4: case 5: case 6: case 7:
        // 0xxxxxxx
        out += String.fromCharCode(c);
        break;
      case 12: case 13:
        // 110x xxxx   10xx xxxx
        char2 = array[i++];
        out += String.fromCharCode(((c & 0x1F) << 6) | (char2 & 0x3F));
        break;
      case 14:
        // 1110 xxxx  10xx xxxx  10xx xxxx
        char2 = array[i++];
        char3 = array[i++];
        out += String.fromCharCode(((c & 0x0F) << 12) |
                                   ((char2 & 0x3F) << 6) |
                                   ((char3 & 0x3F) << 0));
        break;
    }
  }    
  return out;
}

It's somewhat cleaner as the other solutions because it doesn't use any hacks nor depends on Browser JS functions, e.g. works also in other JS environments.

Check out the JSFiddle demo.

Also see the related questions: here, here

Is there a way to comment out markup in an .ASPX page?

While this works:

<%-- <%@ Page Language="C#" AutoEventWireup="true" CodeBehind="Default.aspx.cs" Inherits="ht_tv1.Default" %> --%>
<%@ Page Language="C#" AutoEventWireup="true" CodeBehind="Default.aspx.cs" Inherits="Blank._Default" %>

This won't.

<%@ Page Language="C#" AutoEventWireup="true" CodeBehind="Default.aspx.cs" <%--Inherits="ht_tv1.Default"--%> Inherits="Blank._Default" %>

So you can't comment out part of something which is what I want to do 99.9995% of the time.

How do I declare and use variables in PL/SQL like I do in T-SQL?

Revised Answer

If you're not calling this code from another program, an option is to skip PL/SQL and do it strictly in SQL using bind variables:

var myname varchar2(20);

exec :myname := 'Tom';

SELECT *
FROM   Customers
WHERE  Name = :myname;

In many tools (such as Toad and SQL Developer), omitting the var and exec statements will cause the program to prompt you for the value.


Original Answer

A big difference between T-SQL and PL/SQL is that Oracle doesn't let you implicitly return the result of a query. The result always has to be explicitly returned in some fashion. The simplest way is to use DBMS_OUTPUT (roughly equivalent to print) to output the variable:

DECLARE
   myname varchar2(20);
BEGIN
     myname := 'Tom';

     dbms_output.print_line(myname);
END;

This isn't terribly helpful if you're trying to return a result set, however. In that case, you'll either want to return a collection or a refcursor. However, using either of those solutions would require wrapping your code in a function or procedure and running the function/procedure from something that's capable of consuming the results. A function that worked in this way might look something like this:

CREATE FUNCTION my_function (myname in varchar2)
     my_refcursor out sys_refcursor
BEGIN
     open my_refcursor for
     SELECT *
     FROM   Customers
     WHERE  Name = myname;

     return my_refcursor;
END my_function;

from jquery $.ajax to angular $http

You may use this :

Download "angular-post-fix": "^0.1.0"

Then add 'httpPostFix' to your dependencies while declaring the angular module.

Ref : https://github.com/PabloDeGrote/angular-httppostfix

How to generate keyboard events?

regarding the recommended answer's code,

For my bot the recommended answer did not work. This is because I'm using Chrome which is requiring me to use KEYEVENTF_SCANCODE in my dwFlags.

To get his code to work I had to modify these code blocks:

class KEYBDINPUT(ctypes.Structure):
    _fields_ = (("wVk",         wintypes.WORD),
                ("wScan",       wintypes.WORD),
                ("dwFlags",     wintypes.DWORD),
                ("time",        wintypes.DWORD),
                ("dwExtraInfo", wintypes.ULONG_PTR))

    def __init__(self, *args, **kwds):
        super(KEYBDINPUT, self).__init__(*args, **kwds)
        # some programs use the scan code even if KEYEVENTF_SCANCODE
        # isn't set in dwFflags, so attempt to map the correct code.
        #if not self.dwFlags & KEYEVENTF_UNICODE:l
            #self.wScan = user32.MapVirtualKeyExW(self.wVk,
                                                 #MAPVK_VK_TO_VSC, 0)
            # ^MAKE SURE YOU COMMENT/REMOVE THIS CODE^

def PressKey(keyCode):
    input = INPUT(type=INPUT_KEYBOARD,
              ki=KEYBDINPUT(wScan=keyCode,
                            dwFlags=KEYEVENTF_SCANCODE))
    user32.SendInput(1, ctypes.byref(input), ctypes.sizeof(input))

def ReleaseKey(keyCode):
    input = INPUT(type=INPUT_KEYBOARD,
              ki=KEYBDINPUT(wScan=keyCode,
                            dwFlags=KEYEVENTF_SCANCODE | KEYEVENTF_KEYUP))
    user32.SendInput(1, ctypes.byref(input), ctypes.sizeof(input))

time.sleep(5) # sleep to open browser tab
PressKey(0x26) # press right arrow key
time.sleep(2) # hold for 2 seconds
ReleaseKey(0x26) # release right arrow key

I hope this helps someone's headache!

Find max and second max salary for a employee table MySQL

select * from emp where sal =(select max(sal) from emp where eno in(select eno from emp where sal <(select max(sal)from emp )));

try the above code ....

if you want the third max record then add another nested query "select max(sal)from emp" inside the bracket of the last query and give less than operator in front of it.

Errors: "INSERT EXEC statement cannot be nested." and "Cannot use the ROLLBACK statement within an INSERT-EXEC statement." How to solve this?

I encountered this issue when trying to import the results of a Stored Proc into a temp table, and that Stored Proc inserted into a temp table as part of its own operation. The issue being that SQL Server does not allow the same process to write to two different temp tables at the same time.

The accepted OPENROWSET answer works fine, but I needed to avoid using any Dynamic SQL or an external OLE provider in my process, so I went a different route.

One easy workaround I found was to change the temporary table in my stored procedure to a table variable. It works exactly the same as it did with a temp table, but no longer conflicts with my other temp table insert.

Just to head off the comment I know that a few of you are about to write, warning me off Table Variables as performance killers... All I can say to you is that in 2020 it pays dividends not to be afraid of Table Variables. If this was 2008 and my Database was hosted on a server with 16GB RAM and running off 5400RPM HDDs, I might agree with you. But it's 2020 and I have an SSD array as my primary storage and hundreds of gigs of RAM. I could load my entire company's database to a table variable and still have plenty of RAM to spare.

Table Variables are back on the menu!

Check if current date is between two dates Oracle SQL

You don't need to apply to_date() to sysdate. It is already there:

select 1
from dual 
WHERE sysdate BETWEEN TO_DATE('28/02/2014', 'DD/MM/YYYY') AND TO_DATE('20/06/2014', 'DD/MM/YYYY');

If you are concerned about the time component on the date, then use trunc():

select 1
from dual 
WHERE trunc(sysdate) BETWEEN TO_DATE('28/02/2014', 'DD/MM/YYYY') AND
                             TO_DATE('20/06/2014', 'DD/MM/YYYY');

Convert boolean result into number/integer

You can also add 0, use shift operators or xor:

val + 0;
val ^ 0;
val >> 0;
val >>> 0;
val << 0;

These have similar speeds as those from the others answers.

Reset C int array to zero : the fastest way?

This question, although rather old, needs some benchmarks, as it asks for not the most idiomatic way, or the way that can be written in the fewest number of lines, but the fastest way. And it is silly to answer that question without some actual testing. So I compared four solutions, memset vs. std::fill vs. ZERO of AnT's answer vs a solution I made using AVX intrinsics.

Note that this solution is not generic, it only works on data of 32 or 64 bits. Please comment if this code is doing something incorrect.

#include<immintrin.h>
#define intrin_ZERO(a,n){\
size_t x = 0;\
const size_t inc = 32 / sizeof(*(a));/*size of 256 bit register over size of variable*/\
for (;x < n-inc;x+=inc)\
    _mm256_storeu_ps((float *)((a)+x),_mm256_setzero_ps());\
if(4 == sizeof(*(a))){\
    switch(n-x){\
    case 3:\
        (a)[x] = 0;x++;\
    case 2:\
        _mm_storeu_ps((float *)((a)+x),_mm_setzero_ps());break;\
    case 1:\
        (a)[x] = 0;\
        break;\
    case 0:\
        break;\
    };\
}\
else if(8 == sizeof(*(a))){\
switch(n-x){\
    case 7:\
        (a)[x] = 0;x++;\
    case 6:\
        (a)[x] = 0;x++;\
    case 5:\
        (a)[x] = 0;x++;\
    case 4:\
        _mm_storeu_ps((float *)((a)+x),_mm_setzero_ps());break;\
    case 3:\
        (a)[x] = 0;x++;\
    case 2:\
        ((long long *)(a))[x] = 0;break;\
    case 1:\
        (a)[x] = 0;\
        break;\
    case 0:\
        break;\
};\
}\
}

I will not claim that this is the fastest method, since I am not a low level optimization expert. Rather it is an example of a correct architecture dependent implementation that is faster than memset.

Now, onto the results. I calculated performance for size 100 int and long long arrays, both statically and dynamically allocated, but with the exception of msvc, which did a dead code elimination on static arrays, the results were extremely comparable, so I will show only dynamic array performance. Time markings are ms for 1 million iterations, using time.h's low precision clock function.

clang 3.8 (Using the clang-cl frontend, optimization flags= /OX /arch:AVX /Oi /Ot)

int:
memset:      99
fill:        97
ZERO:        98
intrin_ZERO: 90

long long:
memset:      285
fill:        286
ZERO:        285
intrin_ZERO: 188

gcc 5.1.0 (optimization flags: -O3 -march=native -mtune=native -mavx):

int:
memset:      268
fill:        268
ZERO:        268
intrin_ZERO: 91
long long:
memset:      402
fill:        399
ZERO:        400
intrin_ZERO: 185

msvc 2015 (optimization flags: /OX /arch:AVX /Oi /Ot):

int
memset:      196
fill:        613
ZERO:        221
intrin_ZERO: 95
long long:
memset:      273
fill:        559
ZERO:        376
intrin_ZERO: 188

There is a lot interesting going on here: llvm killing gcc, MSVC's typical spotty optimizations (it does an impressive dead code elimination on static arrays and then has awful performance for fill). Although my implementation is significantly faster, this may only be because it recognizes that bit clearing has much less overhead than any other setting operation.

Clang's implementation merits more looking at, as it is significantly faster. Some additional testing shows that its memset is in fact specialized for zero--non zero memsets for 400 byte array are much slower (~220ms) and are comparable to gcc's. However, the nonzero memsetting with an 800 byte array makes no speed difference, which is probably why in that case, their memset has worse performance than my implementation--the specialization is only for small arrays, and the cuttoff is right around 800 bytes. Also note that gcc 'fill' and 'ZERO' are not optimizing to memset (looking at generated code), gcc is simply generating code with identical performance characteristics.

Conclusion: memset is not really optimized for this task as well as people would pretend it is (otherwise gcc and msvc and llvm's memset would have the same performance). If performance matters then memset should not be a final solution, especially for these awkward medium sized arrays, because it is not specialized for bit clearing, and it is not hand optimized any better than the compiler can do on its own.

How do you use $sce.trustAsHtml(string) to replicate ng-bind-html-unsafe in Angular 1.2+

Filter

app.filter('unsafe', function($sce) { return $sce.trustAsHtml; });

Usage

<ANY ng-bind-html="value | unsafe"></ANY>

How to change HTML Object element data attribute value in javascript

In JavaScript, you can assign values to data attributes through Element.dataset.

For example:

avatar.dataset.id = 12345;

Reference: https://developer.mozilla.org/en/docs/Web/API/HTMLElement/dataset

Force file download with php using header()

Based on Farhan Sahibole's answer:

        header('Content-Disposition: attachment; filename=Image.png');
        header('Content-Type: application/octet-stream'); // Downloading on Android might fail without this
        ob_clean();

        readfile($file);

This is all I needed for this to work. I stripped off anything that isn't required for this to work.

Key is to use ob_clean();

Asus Zenfone 5 not detected by computer

This are the steps :

  1. Download and install latest version of pclink for PC from here.
  2. Make sure PCLink is running in Foreground on Asus Zenfone 5 and in settings on rightmost topmost corner click on USB icon and then check the MTP checkbox.
  3. Click connect on PCLink on PC.
  4. If Asus USB Driver for Zenfone 5 is properly installed on your PC.You will see 'Asus Android Device' in your Device Manager otherwise install Asus USB Driver for Zenfone 5 from here then try again
  5. Now you will be able to see your device online in Android Studio and screen of your device on PCLink software on your PC.

I haven't tried for eclipse but it might work for that also.

Angular JS Uncaught Error: [$injector:modulerr]

Try adding:

<script src="https://ajax.googleapis.com/ajax/libs/angularjs/1.2.7/angular-resource.min.js">

and:

angular.module('MyApp', ['ngRoute','ngResource']);
function TwitterCtrl($scope,$resource){
}

You should call angular.module only once with all dependencies because with your current code, you're creating a new MyApp module overwriting the previous one.

From angular documentation:

Beware that using angular.module('myModule', []) will create the module myModule and overwrite any existing module named myModule. Use angular.module('myModule') to retrieve an existing module.

MySQL Join Where Not Exists

There are three possible ways to do that.

  1. Option

    SELECT  lt.* FROM    table_left lt
    LEFT JOIN
        table_right rt
    ON      rt.value = lt.value
    WHERE   rt.value IS NULL
    
  2. Option

    SELECT  lt.* FROM    table_left lt
    WHERE   lt.value NOT IN
    (
    SELECT  value
    FROM    table_right rt
    )
    
  3. Option

    SELECT  lt.* FROM    table_left lt
    WHERE   NOT EXISTS
    (
    SELECT  NULL
    FROM    table_right rt
    WHERE   rt.value = lt.value
    )
    

Convert InputStream to BufferedReader

BufferedReader can't wrap an InputStream directly. It wraps another Reader. In this case you'd want to do something like:

BufferedReader br = new BufferedReader(new InputStreamReader(is, "UTF-8"));

Mvn install or Mvn package

From the Lifecycle reference, install will run the project's integration tests, package won't.

If you really need to not install the generated artifacts, use at least verify.

ImageView - have height match width?

If your image view is inside a constraint layout, you can use following constraints to create a square image view make sure to use 1:1 to make square

<ImageView
    android:layout_width="0dp"
    android:layout_height="0dp"
    android:id="@+id/ivImageView"
    app:layout_constraintDimensionRatio="1:1"
    app:layout_constraintStart_toStartOf="parent"
    app:layout_constraintEnd_toEndOf="parent"/>

How to call a function after delay in Kotlin?

If you are looking for generic usage, here is my suggestion:

Create a class named as Run:

class Run {
    companion object {
        fun after(delay: Long, process: () -> Unit) {
            Handler().postDelayed({
                process()
            }, delay)
        }
    }
}

And use like this:

Run.after(1000, {
    // print something useful etc.
})

error 1265. Data truncated for column when trying to load data from txt file

I have seen the same warning when my data has extra space, tabs, newlines or other characters in my column which is decimal(10,2) to solve that, I had to remove those characters from value.

here is how I handled it.

LOAD DATA LOCAL INFILE 'c:/Users/Hitesh/Downloads/InventoryMasterReportHitesh.csv' 
INTO TABLE stores_inventory_tmp 
FIELDS TERMINATED BY ',' 
ENCLOSED BY '"'
LINES TERMINATED BY '\n'
IGNORE 1 ROWS
(@col1, @col2, @col3, @col4, @col5)
SET sku = TRIM(REPLACE(REPLACE(REPLACE(REPLACE(@col1,'\t',''), '$',''), '\r', ''), '\n', ''))
, product_name = TRIM(REPLACE(REPLACE(REPLACE(REPLACE(@col2,'\t',''), '$',''), '\r', ''), '\n', ''))
, department_number = TRIM(REPLACE(REPLACE(REPLACE(REPLACE(@col3,'\t',''), '$',''), '\r', ''), '\n', ''))
, department_name = TRIM(REPLACE(REPLACE(REPLACE(REPLACE(@col4,'\t',''), '$',''), '\r', ''), '\n', ''))
, price = TRIM(REPLACE(REPLACE(REPLACE(REPLACE(@col5,'\t',''), '$',''), '\r', ''), '\n', ''))
;

I've got that hint from this answer

Batch - Echo or Variable Not Working

Dont use spaces:

SET @var="GREG"
::instead of SET @var = "GREG"
ECHO %@var%
PAUSE

Run C++ in command prompt - Windows

Steps to perform the task:

  1. First, download and install the compiler.

  2. Then, type the C/C++ program and save it.

  3. Then, open the command line and change directory to the particular one where the source file is stored, using cd like so:

    cd C:\Documents and Settings\...
    
  4. Then, to compile, type in the command prompt:

    gcc sourcefile_name.c -o outputfile.exe
    
  5. Finally, to run the code, type:

    outputfile.exe
    

How to script FTP upload and download?

I was having a similar issue - like the original poster, I wanted to automate a file upload but I couldn't figure out how. Because this is on a register terminal at my family's store, I didn't want to install powershell (although that looks like an easy option), just wanted a simple .bat file to do this. This is pretty much what grawity and another user said; I'm new to this stuff, so here's a more detailed example and explanation (thanks also to http://www.howtogeek.com/howto/windows/how-to-automate-ftp-uploads-from-the-windows-command-line/ who explains how to do it with just one .bat file.)

Essentially you need 2 files - one .bat and one .txt. The .bat tells ftp.exe what switches to use. The .txt gives a list of commands to ftp.exe. In the text file put this:

username
password
cd whereverYouWantToPutTheFile
lcd whereverTheFileComesFrom
put C:\InventoryExport\inventory.test (or your file path)
bye

Save that wherever you want. In the BAT file put:

ftp.exe -s:C:\Windows\System32\test.txt destinationIP
pause

Obviously change the path after the -s: to wherever your text file is. Take out the pause when you're actually running it - it's just so you can see any errors. Of course, you can use "get" or any other ftp command in the .txt file to do whatever you need to do.

I'm not positive that you need the lcd command in the text file, like I said I'm new to using command line for this type of thing, but this is working for me.

clear data inside text file in c++

If you set the trunc flag.

#include<fstream>

using namespace std;

fstream ofs;

int main(){
ofs.open("test.txt", ios::out | ios::trunc);
ofs<<"Your content here";
ofs.close(); //Using microsoft incremental linker version 14
}

I tested this thouroughly for my own needs in a common programming situation I had. Definitely be sure to preform the ".close();" operation. If you don't do this there is no telling whether or not you you trunc or just app to the begging of the file. Depending on the file type you might just append over the file which depending on your needs may not fullfill its purpose. Be sure to call ".close();" explicity on the fstream you are trying to replace.

How to insert a string which contains an "&"

I've found that using either of the following options works:

SET DEF OFF

or

SET SCAN OFF

I don't know enough about databases to know if one is better or "more right" than the other. Also, if there's something better than either of these, please let me know.

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

Width: MediaQuery.of(context).size.width,

Height: MediaQuery.of(context).size.height,

Tools for making latex tables in R

The stargazer package is another good option. It supports objects from many commonly used functions and packages (lm, glm, svyreg, survival, pscl, AER), as well as from zelig. In addition to regression tables, it can also output summary statistics for data frames, or directly output the content of data frames.

Display an array in a readable/hierarchical format

I assume one uses print_r for debugging. I would then suggest using libraries like Kint. This allows displaying big arrays in a readable format:

$data = [['Natural Child 1', 'Natural Child 2', 'Natural Child 3']];
Kint::dump($data, $_SERVER);

enter image description here

JQuery string contains check

You can use javascript's indexOf function.

_x000D_
_x000D_
var str1 = "ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOP";_x000D_
var str2 = "DEFG";_x000D_
if(str1.indexOf(str2) != -1){_x000D_
    console.log(str2 + " found");_x000D_
}
_x000D_
_x000D_
_x000D_

Connect with SSH through a proxy

I was using the following lines in my .ssh/config (which can be replaced by suitable command line parameters) under Ubuntu

Host remhost
  HostName      my.host.com
  User          myuser
  ProxyCommand  nc -v -X 5 -x proxy-ip:1080 %h %p 2> ssh-err.log
  ServerAliveInterval 30
  ForwardX11 yes

When using it with Msys2, after installing gnu-netcat, file ssh-err.log showed that option -X does not exist. nc --help confirmed that, and seemed to show that there is no alternative option to handle proxies.

So I installed openbsd-netcat (pacman removed gnu-netcat after asking, since it conflicted with openbsd-netcat). On a first view, and checking the respective man pages, openbsd-netcat and Ubuntu netcat seem to very similar, in particular regarding options -X and -x. With this, I connected with no problems.

Generating unique random numbers (integers) between 0 and 'x'

I think, this is the most human approach (with using break from while loop), I explained it's mechanism in comments.

function generateRandomUniqueNumbersArray (limit) {

    //we need to store these numbers somewhere
    const array = new Array();
    //how many times we added a valid number (for if statement later)
    let counter = 0;

    //we will be generating random numbers until we are satisfied
    while (true) {

        //create that number
        const newRandomNumber = Math.floor(Math.random() * limit);

        //if we do not have this number in our array, we will add it
        if (!array.includes(newRandomNumber)) {
            array.push(newRandomNumber);
            counter++;
        }

        //if we have enought of numbers, we do not need to generate them anymore
        if (counter >= limit) {
            break;
        }
    }

    //now hand over this stuff
    return array;
}

You can of course add different limit (your amount) to the last 'if' statement, if you need less numbers, but be sure, that it is less or equal to the limit of numbers itself - otherwise it will be infinite loop.

Using any() and all() to check if a list contains one set of values or another

Generally speaking:

all and any are functions that take some iterable and return True, if

  • in the case of all(), no values in the iterable are falsy;
  • in the case of any(), at least one value is truthy.

A value x is falsy iff bool(x) == False. A value x is truthy iff bool(x) == True.

Any non-booleans in the iterable will be fine — bool(x) will coerce any x according to these rules: 0, 0.0, None, [], (), [], set(), and other empty collections will yield False, anything else True. The docstring for bool uses the terms 'true'/'false' for 'truthy'/'falsy', and True/False for the concrete boolean values.


In your specific code samples:

You misunderstood a little bit how these functions work. Hence, the following does something completely not what you thought:

if any(foobars) == big_foobar:

...because any(foobars) would first be evaluated to either True or False, and then that boolean value would be compared to big_foobar, which generally always gives you False (unless big_foobar coincidentally happened to be the same boolean value).

Note: the iterable can be a list, but it can also be a generator/generator expression (˜ lazily evaluated/generated list) or any other iterator.

What you want instead is:

if any(x == big_foobar for x in foobars):

which basically first constructs an iterable that yields a sequence of booleans—for each item in foobars, it compares the item to big_foobar and emits the resulting boolean into the resulting sequence:

tmp = (x == big_foobar for x in foobars)

then any walks over all items in tmp and returns True as soon as it finds the first truthy element. It's as if you did the following:

In [1]: foobars = ['big', 'small', 'medium', 'nice', 'ugly']                                        

In [2]: big_foobar = 'big'                                                                          

In [3]: any(['big' == big_foobar, 'small' == big_foobar, 'medium' == big_foobar, 'nice' == big_foobar, 'ugly' == big_foobar])        
Out[3]: True

Note: As DSM pointed out, any(x == y for x in xs) is equivalent to y in xs but the latter is more readable, quicker to write and runs faster.

Some examples:

In [1]: any(x > 5 for x in range(4))
Out[1]: False

In [2]: all(isinstance(x, int) for x in range(10))
Out[2]: True

In [3]: any(x == 'Erik' for x in ['Erik', 'John', 'Jane', 'Jim'])
Out[3]: True

In [4]: all([True, True, True, False, True])
Out[4]: False

See also: http://docs.python.org/2/library/functions.html#all

The point of test %eax %eax

CMP subtracts the operands and sets the flags. Namely, it sets the zero flag if the difference is zero (operands are equal).

TEST sets the zero flag, ZF, when the result of the AND operation is zero. If two operands are equal, their bitwise AND is zero when both are zero. TEST also sets the sign flag, SF, when the most significant bit is set in the result, and the parity flag, PF, when the number of set bits is even.

JE [Jump if Equals] tests the zero flag and jumps if the flag is set. JE is an alias of JZ [Jump if Zero] so the disassembler cannot select one based on the opcode. JE is named such because the zero flag is set if the arguments to CMP are equal.

So,

TEST %eax, %eax
JE   400e77 <phase_1+0x23>

jumps if the %eax is zero.

Calculating the angle between the line defined by two points

with pygame:

dy = p1.y - p2.y
dX = p2.x - p1.x

rads = atan2(dy,dx)
degs = degrees(rads)
if degs < 0 :
   degs +=90

it work for me

What is the definition of "interface" in object oriented programming

As above, synonyms of "contract" and "protocol" are appropriate.

The interface comprises the methods and properties you can expect to be exposed by a class.

So if a class Cheetos Bag implements the Chip Bag interface, you should expect a Cheetos Bag to behave exactly like any other Chip Bag. (That is, expose the .attemptToOpenWithoutSpillingEverywhere() method, etc.)

How to pass command-line arguments to a PowerShell ps1 file

You may not get "xuxu p1 p2 p3 p4" as it seems. But when you are in PowerShell and you set

PS > set-executionpolicy Unrestricted -scope currentuser

You can run those scripts like this:

./xuxu p1 p2 p3 p4

or

.\xuxu p1 p2 p3 p4

or

./xuxu.ps1 p1 p2 p3 p4

I hope that makes you a bit more comfortable with PowerShell.

How can I create a copy of an Oracle table without copying the data?

create table xyz_new as select * from xyz where rownum = -1;

To avoid iterate again and again and insert nothing based on the condition where 1=2

How do I find out what License has been applied to my SQL Server installation?

SQL Server does not track licensing. Customers are responsible for tracking the assignment of licenses to servers, following the rules in the Licensing Guide.

Java Delegates?

It doesn't have an explicit delegate keyword as C#, but you can achieve similar in Java 8 by using a functional interface (i.e. any interface with exactly one method) and lambda:

private interface SingleFunc {
    void printMe();
}

public static void main(String[] args) {
    SingleFunc sf = () -> {
        System.out.println("Hello, I am a simple single func.");
    };
    SingleFunc sfComplex = () -> {
        System.out.println("Hello, I am a COMPLEX single func.");
    };
    delegate(sf);
    delegate(sfComplex);
}

private static void delegate(SingleFunc f) {
    f.printMe();
}

Every new object of type SingleFunc must implement printMe(), so it is safe to pass it to another method (e.g. delegate(SingleFunc)) to call the printMe() method.

Why is null an object and what's the difference between null and undefined?

From "The Principles of Object-Oriented Javascript" by Nicholas C. Zakas

But why an object when the type is null? (In fact, this has been acknowledged as an error by TC39, the committee that designs and maintains JavaScript. You could reason that null is an empty object pointer, making "object" a logical return value, but that’s still confusing.)

Zakas, Nicholas C. (2014-02-07). The Principles of Object-Oriented JavaScript (Kindle Locations 226-227). No Starch Press. Kindle Edition.

That said:

var game = null; //typeof(game) is "object"

game.score = 100;//null is not an object, what the heck!?
game instanceof Object; //false, so it's not an instance but it's type is object
//let's make this primitive variable an object;
game = {}; 
typeof(game);//it is an object
game instanceof Object; //true, yay!!!
game.score = 100;

Undefined case:

var score; //at this point 'score' is undefined
typeof(score); //'undefined'
var score.player = "felix"; //'undefined' is not an object
score instanceof Object; //false, oh I already knew that.

How can getContentResolver() be called in Android?

A solution would be to get the ContentResolver from the context

ContentResolver contentResolver = getContext().getContentResolver();

Link to the documentation : ContentResolver

Return Max Value of range that is determined by an Index & Match lookup

You don't need an index match formula. You can use this array formula. You have to press CTL + SHIFT + ENTER after you enter the formula.

=MAX(IF((A1:A6=A10)*(B1:B6=B10),C1:F6))

SNAPSHOT

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what is numeric(18, 0) in sql server 2008 r2

This page explains it pretty well.

As a numeric the allowable range that can be stored in that field is -10^38 +1 to 10^38 - 1.

The first number in parentheses is the total number of digits that will be stored. Counting both sides of the decimal. In this case 18. So you could have a number with 18 digits before the decimal 18 digits after the decimal or some combination in between.

The second number in parentheses is the total number of digits to be stored after the decimal. Since in this case the number is 0 that basically means only integers can be stored in this field.

So the range that can be stored in this particular field is -(10^18 - 1) to (10^18 - 1)

Or -999999999999999999 to 999999999999999999 Integers only

Counting how many times a certain char appears in a string before any other char appears

You could use the Count method

var count = mystring.Count(x => x == '$')

Can I store images in MySQL

Yes, you can store images in the database, but it's not advisable in my opinion, and it's not general practice.

A general practice is to store images in directories on the file system and store references to the images in the database. e.g. path to the image,the image name, etc.. Or alternatively, you may even store images on a content delivery network (CDN) or numerous hosts across some great expanse of physical territory, and store references to access those resources in the database.

Images can get quite large, greater than 1MB. And so storing images in a database can potentially put unnecessary load on your database and the network between your database and your web server if they're on different hosts.

I've worked at startups, mid-size companies and large technology companies with 400K+ employees. In my 13 years of professional experience, I've never seen anyone store images in a database. I say this to support the statement it is an uncommon practice.

jQuery - Getting the text value of a table cell in the same row as a clicked element

so you can use parent() to reach to the parent tr and then use find to gather the td with class two

var Something = $(this).parent().find(".two").html();

or

var Something = $(this).parent().parent().find(".two").html();

use as much as parent() what ever the depth of the clicked object according to the tr row

hope this works...

could not extract ResultSet in hibernate

I had the same issue, when I tried to update a row:

@Query(value = "UPDATE data SET value = 'asdf'", nativeQuery = true)
void setValue();

My Problem was that I forgot to add the @Modifying annotation:

@Modifying    
@Query(value = "UPDATE data SET value = 'asdf'", nativeQuery = true)
void setValue();

How can I join multiple SQL tables using the IDs?

You want something more like this:

SELECT TableA.*, TableB.*, TableC.*, TableD.*
FROM TableA
    JOIN TableB
        ON TableB.aID = TableA.aID
    JOIN TableC
        ON TableC.cID = TableB.cID
    JOIN TableD
        ON TableD.dID = TableA.dID
WHERE DATE(TableC.date)=date(now()) 

In your example, you are not actually including TableD. All you have to do is perform another join just like you have done before.

A note: you will notice that I removed many of your parentheses, as they really are not necessary in most of the cases you had them, and only add confusion when trying to read the code. Proper nesting is the best way to make your code readable and separated out.

Make sure that the controller has a parameterless public constructor error

If you are using UnityConfig.cs to resister your type's mappings like below.

public static void RegisterTypes(IUnityContainer container)
    {
     container.RegisterType<IProductRepository, ProductRepository>();
    }

You have to let the know **webApiConfig.cs** about Container

config.DependencyResolver = new Unity.AspNet.WebApi.UnityDependencyResolver(UnityConfig.Container);

How to send a "multipart/form-data" with requests in python?

To clarify examples given above,

"You need to use the files parameter to send a multipart form POST request even when you do not need to upload any files."

files={}

won't work, unfortunately.

You will need to put some dummy values in, e.g.

files={"foo": "bar"}

I came up against this when trying to upload files to Bitbucket's REST API and had to write this abomination to avoid the dreaded "Unsupported Media Type" error:

url = "https://my-bitbucket.com/rest/api/latest/projects/FOO/repos/bar/browse/foobar.txt"
payload = {'branch': 'master', 
           'content': 'text that will appear in my file',
           'message': 'uploading directly from python'}
files = {"foo": "bar"}
response = requests.put(url, data=payload, files=files)

:O=

Uploading into folder in FTP?

The folder is part of the URL you set when you create request: "ftp://www.contoso.com/test.htm". If you use "ftp://www.contoso.com/wibble/test.htm" then the file will be uploaded to a folder named wibble.

You may need to first use a request with Method = WebRequestMethods.Ftp.MakeDirectory to make the wibble folder if it doesn't already exist.

ImportError: No module named PytQt5

After getting the help from @Blender, @ekhumoro and @Dan, I understand the Linux and Python more than before. Thank you. I got the an idea by @ekhumoro, it is I didn't install PyQt5 correctly. So I delete PyQt5 folder and download again. And redo everything from very start.

After redoing, I got the error as my last update at my question. So, when I search at stack, I got the following solution from here

sudo ln -s /usr/include/python2.7 /usr/local/include/python2.7

And then, I did "sudo make" and "sudo make install" step by step. After "sudo make install", I got the following error. But I ignored it and I created a simple design with qt designer. And I converted it into python file by pyuic5. Everything are going well.

install -m 755 -p /home/thura/PyQt/pyuic5 /usr/bin/
strip /usr/bin/pyuic5
strip:/usr/bin/pyuic5: File format not recognized
make: [install_pyuic5] Error 1 (ignored)

glm rotate usage in Opengl

You need to multiply your Model matrix. Because that is where model position, scaling and rotation should be (that's why it's called the model matrix).

All you need to do is (see here)

Model = glm::rotate(Model, angle_in_radians, glm::vec3(x, y, z)); // where x, y, z is axis of rotation (e.g. 0 1 0)

Note that to convert from degrees to radians, use glm::radians(degrees)

That takes the Model matrix and applies rotation on top of all the operations that are already in there. The other functions translate and scale do the same. That way it's possible to combine many transformations in a single matrix.

note: earlier versions accepted angles in degrees. This is deprecated since 0.9.6

Model = glm::rotate(Model, angle_in_degrees, glm::vec3(x, y, z)); // where x, y, z is axis of rotation (e.g. 0 1 0)

Why is $$ returning the same id as the parent process?

Try getppid() if you want your C program to print your shell's PID.

Programmatically get the version number of a DLL

You can use System.Reflection.Assembly.Load*() methods and then grab their AssemblyInfo.

More elegant way of declaring multiple variables at the same time

When people are suggesting "use a list or tuple or other data structure", what they're saying is that, when you have a lot of different values that you care about, naming them all separately as local variables may not be the best way to do things.

Instead, you may want to gather them together into a larger data structure that can be stored in a single local variable.

intuited showed how you might use a dictionary for this, and Chris Lutz showed how to use a tuple for temporary storage before unpacking into separate variables, but another option to consider is to use collections.namedtuple to bundle the values more permanently.

So you might do something like:

# Define the attributes of our named tuple
from collections import namedtuple
DataHolder = namedtuple("DataHolder", "a b c d e f g")

# Store our data
data = DataHolder(True, True, True, True, True, False, True)

# Retrieve our data
print(data)
print(data.a, data.f)

Real code would hopefully use more meaningful names than "DataHolder" and the letters of the alphabet, of course.

Setting action for back button in navigation controller

By using the target and action variables that you are currently leaving 'nil', you should be able to wire your save-dialogs in so that they are called when the button is "selected". Watch out, this may get triggered at strange moments.

I agree mostly with Amagrammer, but I don't think it would be that hard to make the button with the arrow custom. I would just rename the back button, take a screen shot, photoshop the button size needed, and have that be the image on the top of your button.

Check if String / Record exists in DataTable

I think that if your "item_manuf_id" is the primary key of the DataTable you could use the Find method ...

string s = "stringValue";
DataRow foundRow = dtPs.Rows.Find(s);
if(foundRow != null) {
 //You have it ...
 }

Modify property value of the objects in list using Java 8 streams

You can do it using streams map function like below, get result in new stream for further processing.

Stream<Fruit> newFruits = fruits.stream().map(fruit -> {fruit.name+="s"; return fruit;});
        newFruits.forEach(fruit->{
            System.out.println(fruit.name);
        });

JUnit Testing private variables?

Reflection e.g.:

public class PrivateObject {

  private String privateString = null;

  public PrivateObject(String privateString) {
    this.privateString = privateString;
  }
}
PrivateObject privateObject = new PrivateObject("The Private Value");

Field privateStringField = PrivateObject.class.
            getDeclaredField("privateString");

privateStringField.setAccessible(true);

String fieldValue = (String) privateStringField.get(privateObject);
System.out.println("fieldValue = " + fieldValue);

How to decode Unicode escape sequences like "\u00ed" to proper UTF-8 encoded characters?

fix json values, it's add \ before u{xxx} to all +" "

  $item = preg_replace_callback('/"(.+?)":"(u.+?)",/', function ($matches) {
        $matches[2] = preg_replace('/(u)/', '\u', $matches[2]);
            $matches[2] = preg_replace('/(")/', '&quot;', $matches[2]); 
            $matches[2] = json_decode('"' . $matches[2] . '"'); 
            return '"' . $matches[1] . '":"' . $matches[2] . '",';
        }, $item);

Scroll to bottom of div with Vue.js

  1. Use ref attribute on DOM element for reference
<div class="content scrollable" ref="msgContainer">
    <!-- content -->
</div>
  1. You need to setup a WATCH
  data() {
    return {
      count: 5
    };
  },
  watch: {
    count: function() {
      this.$nextTick(function() {
        var container = this.$refs.msgContainer;
        container.scrollTop = container.scrollHeight + 120;
      });
    }
  }
  1. Ensure you're using proper CSS
.scrollable {
  overflow: hidden;
  overflow-y: scroll;
  height: calc(100vh - 20px);
}

Comparing user-inputted characters in C

Because comparison doesn't work that way. 'Y' || 'y' is a logical-or operator; it returns 1 (true) if either of its arguments is true. Since 'Y' and 'y' are both true, you're comparing *answer with 1.

What you want is if(*answer == 'Y' || *answer == 'y') or perhaps:

switch (*answer) {
  case 'Y':
  case 'y':
    /* Code for Y */
    break;
  default:
    /* Code for anything else */
}

OCI runtime exec failed: exec failed: (...) executable file not found in $PATH": unknown

If @papigee does solution doesn't work, maybe you don't have the permissions.

I tried @papigee solution but does't work without sudo.

I did :

sudo docker exec -it <container id or name> /bin/sh

Javascript querySelector vs. getElementById

"Better" is subjective.

querySelector is the newer feature.

getElementById is better supported than querySelector.

querySelector is better supported than getElementsByClassName.

querySelector lets you find elements with rules that can't be expressed with getElementById and getElementsByClassName

You need to pick the appropriate tool for any given task.

(In the above, for querySelector read querySelector / querySelectorAll).

Debugging the error "gcc: error: x86_64-linux-gnu-gcc: No such file or directory"

I was getting the error “gcc: error: x86_64-linux-gnu-gcc: No such file or directory” as I was trying to build a simple c-extension module to run in Python. I tried all the things above to no avail, and finally realized that I had an error in my module.c code! So I thought it would be helpful to add that, if you are getting this error message but you have python-dev and everything correctly installed, you should look for issues in your code.

jQuery .find() on data from .ajax() call is returning "[object Object]" instead of div

You might have to do something like

var content= (typeof response.d) == 'string' ? eval('(' + response.d + ')') : response.d

then you should be able to use

result = $(content).find("#result")

How do I remove all non alphanumeric characters from a string except dash?

Want something quick?

public static class StringExtensions 
{
    public static string ToAlphaNumeric(this string self, params char[] allowedCharacters)
    {
        return new string(Array.FindAll(self.ToCharArray(), c => char.IsLetterOrDigit(c) || allowedCharacters.Contains(c)));
    }
}

This will allow you to specify which characters you want to allow as well.

Is "else if" faster than "switch() case"?

Since the switch statement expresses the same intent as your if / else chain but in a more restricted, formal manner, your first guess should be that the compiler will be able to optimize it better, since it can draw more conclusions about the conditions placed on your code (i.e. only one state can possibly be true, the value being compared is a primitive type, etc.) This is a pretty safe general truth when you are comparing two similar language structures for runtime performance.

How to completely remove a dialog on close

This is worked for me

$('<div>We failed</div>')
    .dialog(
    {
        title: 'Error',
        close: function(event, ui)
        {
            $(this).dialog("close");
            $(this).remove();
        }
    });

Cheers!

PS: I had a somewhat similar problem and the above approach solved it.

HttpClient not supporting PostAsJsonAsync method C#

For me I found the solution after a lot of try which is replacing

HttpClient

with

System.Net.Http.HttpClient

Changing route doesn't scroll to top in the new page

Simple Solution, add scrollPositionRestoration in the main route module enabled.
Like this:

const routes: Routes = [

 {
   path: 'registration',
   loadChildren: () => RegistrationModule
},
];

 @NgModule({
  imports: [
   RouterModule.forRoot(routes,{scrollPositionRestoration:'enabled'})
  ],
 exports: [
 RouterModule
 ]
 })
  export class AppRoutingModule { }

How to detect the character encoding of a text file?

If your file starts with the bytes 60, 118, 56, 46 and 49, then you have an ambiguous case. It could be UTF-8 (without BOM) or any of the single byte encodings like ASCII, ANSI, ISO-8859-1 etc.

if...else within JSP or JSTL

The construct for this is:

<c:choose>
   <c:when test="${..}">...</c:when> <!-- if condition -->
   <c:when test="${..}">...</c:when> <!-- else if condition -->
   <c:otherwise>...</c:otherwise>    <!-- else condition -->
</c:choose>

If the condition isn't expensive, I sometimes prefer to simply use two distinct <c:if tags - it makes it easier to read.

how to properly display an iFrame in mobile safari

If the iFrame content is not yours then the solution below will not work.

With Android all you need to do is to surround the iframe with a DIV and set the height on the div to document.documentElement.clientHeight. IOS, however, is a different animal. Although I have not yet tried Sharon's solution it does seem like a good solution. I did find a simpler solution but it only works with IOS 5.+.

Surround your iframe element with a DIV (lets call it scroller), set the height of the DIV and make sure that the new DIV has the following styling:

$('#scroller').css({'overflow' : 'auto', '-webkit-overflow-scrolling' : 'touch'});

This alone will work but you will notice that in most implementations the content in the iframe goes blank when scrolling and is basically rendered useless. My understanding is that this behavior has been reported as a bug to Apple as early as iOS 5.0. To get around that problem, find the body element in the iframe and add -webkit-transform', 'translate3d(0, 0, 0) like so:

$('#contentIframe').contents().find('body').css('-webkit-transform', 'translate3d(0, 0, 0)');

If your app or iframe is heavy on memory usage you might get a hitchy scroll for which you might need to use Sharon's solution.

Viewing my IIS hosted site on other machines on my network

Open firewall settings. Then search for something like - Allow program or feature to allow through firewall. If in the list World Wide Web services (HTTP) is unchecked, check it and restart the system.

Our machine is all set to accept inbound requests.

R - Markdown avoiding package loading messages

```{r results='hide', message=FALSE, warning=FALSE}
library(RJSONIO)
library(AnotherPackage)
```

see Chunk Options in the Knitr docs

How to flush output of print function?

Since Python 3.3, you can force the normal print() function to flush without the need to use sys.stdout.flush(); just set the "flush" keyword argument to true. From the documentation:

print(*objects, sep=' ', end='\n', file=sys.stdout, flush=False)

Print objects to the stream file, separated by sep and followed by end. sep, end and file, if present, must be given as keyword arguments.

All non-keyword arguments are converted to strings like str() does and written to the stream, separated by sep and followed by end. Both sep and end must be strings; they can also be None, which means to use the default values. If no objects are given, print() will just write end.

The file argument must be an object with a write(string) method; if it is not present or None, sys.stdout will be used. Whether output is buffered is usually determined by file, but if the flush keyword argument is true, the stream is forcibly flushed.

Open Facebook page from Android app?

My answer builds on top of the widely-accepted answer from joaomgcd. If the user has Facebook installed but disabled (for example by using App Quarantine), this method will not work. The intent for the Twitter app will be selected but it will not be able to process it as it is disabled.

Instead of:

context.getPackageManager().getPackageInfo("com.facebook.katana", 0);
return new Intent(Intent.ACTION_VIEW, Uri.parse("fb://profile/620681997952698"));

You can use the following to decide what to do:

PackageInfo info = context.getPackageManager().getPackageInfo("com.facebook.katana", 0);
if(info.applicationInfo.enabled)
    return new Intent(Intent.ACTION_VIEW, Uri.parse("fb://profile/620681997952698"));
else
    return new Intent(Intent.ACTION_VIEW, Uri.parse("https://www.facebook.com/620681997952698"));

Design Patterns web based applications

In the beaten-up MVC pattern, the Servlet is "C" - controller.

Its main job is to do initial request evaluation and then dispatch the processing based on the initial evaluation to the specific worker. One of the worker's responsibilities may be to setup some presentation layer beans and forward the request to the JSP page to render HTML. So, for this reason alone, you need to pass the request object to the service layer.

I would not, though, start writing raw Servlet classes. The work they do is very predictable and boilerplate, something that framework does very well. Fortunately, there are many available, time-tested candidates ( in the alphabetical order ): Apache Wicket, Java Server Faces, Spring to name a few.

Sending JSON to PHP using ajax

I believe you could try something like this:

var postData = 
            {
                "bid":bid,
                "location1":"1","quantity1":qty1,"price1":price1,
                "location2":"2","quantity2":qty2,"price2":price2,
                "location3":"3","quantity3":qty3,"price3":price3
            }
$.ajax({
        type: "POST",
        dataType: "json",
        url: "add_cart.php",
        data: postData,
        success: function(data){
            alert('Items added');
        },
        error: function(e){
            console.log(e.message);
        }
});

the json encode should happen automatically, and a dump of your post should give you something like:

array(
    "bid"=>bid,
    "location1"=>"1",
    "quantity1"=>qty1,
    "price1"=>price1,
    "location2"=>"2",
    "quantity2"=>qty2,
    "price2"=>price2,
    "location3"=>"3",
    "quantity3"=>qty3,
    "price3"=>price3
)

javascript date + 7 days

Without declaration

To return timestamp

new Date().setDate(new Date().getDate() + 7)

To return date

new Date(new Date().setDate(new Date().getDate() + 7))

Volley - POST/GET parameters

For the GET parameters there are two alternatives:

First: As suggested in a comment bellow the question you can just use String and replace the parameters placeholders with their values like:

String uri = String.format("http://somesite.com/some_endpoint.php?param1=%1$s&param2=%2$s",
                           num1,
                           num2);

StringRequest myReq = new StringRequest(Method.GET,
                                        uri,
                                        createMyReqSuccessListener(),
                                        createMyReqErrorListener());
queue.add(myReq);

where num1 and num2 are String variables that contain your values.

Second: If you are using newer external HttpClient (4.2.x for example) you can use URIBuilder to build your Uri. Advantage is that if your uri string already has parameters in it it will be easier to pass it to the URIBuilder and then use ub.setQuery(URLEncodedUtils.format(getGetParams(), "UTF-8")); to add your additional parameters. That way you will not bother to check if "?" is already added to the uri or to miss some & thus eliminating a source for potential errors.

For the POST parameters probably sometimes will be easier than the accepted answer to do it like:

StringRequest myReq = new StringRequest(Method.POST,
                                        "http://somesite.com/some_endpoint.php",
                                        createMyReqSuccessListener(),
                                        createMyReqErrorListener()) {

    protected Map<String, String> getParams() throws com.android.volley.AuthFailureError {
        Map<String, String> params = new HashMap<String, String>();
        params.put("param1", num1);
        params.put("param2", num2);
        return params;
    };
};
queue.add(myReq);

e.g. to just override the getParams() method.

You can find a working example (along with many other basic Volley examples) in the Andorid Volley Examples project.

Math operations from string

Regex won't help much. First of all, you will want to take into account the operators precedence, and second, you need to work with parentheses which is impossible with regex.

Depending on what exactly kind of expression you need to parse, you may try either Python AST or (more likely) pyparsing. But, first of all, I'd recommend to read something about syntax analysis in general and the Shunting yard algorithm in particular.

And fight the temptation of using eval, that's not safe.

Adding rows dynamically with jQuery

Building on the other answers, I simplified things a bit. By cloning the last element, we get the "add new" button for free (you have to change the ID to a class because of the cloning) and also reduce DOM operations. I had to use filter() instead of find() to get only the last element.

$('.js-addNew').on('click', function(e) {
   e.preventDefault();
   var $rows   = $('.person'),
       $last   = $rows.filter(':last'),
       $newRow = $last.clone().insertAfter($last);

   $last.find($('.js-addNew')).remove(); // remove old button
   $newRow.hide().find('input').val('');
   $newRow.slideDown(500);
});

Convert ASCII number to ASCII Character in C

If the number is stored in a string (which it would be if typed by a user), you can use atoi() to convert it to an integer.

An integer can be assigned directly to a character. A character is different mostly just because how it is interpreted and used.

char c = atoi("61");

Add a thousands separator to a total with Javascript or jQuery?

I know this is an uber old post and has good answers, BUT if anyone is interested, there is a jQuery plugin which simplifies number formatting (thousands formatting, number of decimal places, custom thousands separator, etc) by making an include and a simple call. Has lots of features and documentation is enough. It's called jQuery Number.

You just include it:

<script type="text/javascript" src="jquery/jquery.number.min.js"></script>

And then use it:

On an automatic formatting HTML input: $('input.number').number( true, 2 );

or

On a JS call: $.number( 5020.2364, 2 ); // Outputs: 5,020.24

Hopefully this helps someone.

Difference between mkdir() and mkdirs() in java for java.io.File

mkdirs() also creates parent directories in the path this File represents.

javadocs for mkdirs():

Creates the directory named by this abstract pathname, including any necessary but nonexistent parent directories. Note that if this operation fails it may have succeeded in creating some of the necessary parent directories.

javadocs for mkdir():

Creates the directory named by this abstract pathname.

Example:

File  f = new File("non_existing_dir/someDir");
System.out.println(f.mkdir());
System.out.println(f.mkdirs());

will yield false for the first [and no dir will be created], and true for the second, and you will have created non_existing_dir/someDir

What is the difference between dict.items() and dict.iteritems() in Python2?

dict.items() returns a list of 2-tuples ([(key, value), (key, value), ...]), whereas dict.iteritems() is a generator that yields 2-tuples. The former takes more space and time initially, but accessing each element is fast, whereas the second takes less space and time initially, but a bit more time in generating each element.

Android Writing Logs to text File

Hope this can help...

public void appendLog(String text)
{       
   File logFile = new File("sdcard/log.file");
   if (!logFile.exists())
   {
      try
      {
         logFile.createNewFile();
      } 
      catch (IOException e)
      {
         // TODO Auto-generated catch block
         e.printStackTrace();
      }
   }
   try
   {
      //BufferedWriter for performance, true to set append to file flag
      BufferedWriter buf = new BufferedWriter(new FileWriter(logFile, true)); 
      buf.append(text);
      buf.newLine();
      buf.close();
   }
   catch (IOException e)
   {
      // TODO Auto-generated catch block
      e.printStackTrace();
   }
}

Split string with string as delimiter

I expanded Magoos answer to get both desired strings:

@ECHO OFF
SETLOCAL enabledelayedexpansion
SET "string=string1 by string2.txt"
SET "s2=%string:* by =%"
set "s1=!string: by %s2%=!"
set "s2=%s2:.txt=%"
ECHO +%s1%+%s2%+

EDIT: just to prove, my solution also works with the additional requirements:

@ECHO OFF
SETLOCAL enabledelayedexpansion
SET "string=string&1 more words by string&2 with spaces.txt"
SET "s2=%string:* by =%"
set "s1=!string: by %s2%=!"
set "s2=%s2:.txt=%"
ECHO "+%s1%+%s2%+"
set s1
set s2

Output:

"+string&1 more words+string&2 with spaces+"
s1=string&1 more words
s2=string&2 with spaces

Copying the cell value preserving the formatting from one cell to another in excel using VBA

Using Excel 2010 ? Try

Selection.PasteSpecial Paste:=xlPasteAllUsingSourceTheme, Operation:=xlNone, SkipBlanks:=False, Transpose:=False

What does "xmlns" in XML mean?

You have name spaces so you can have globally unique elements. However, 99% of the time this doesn't really matter, but when you put it in the perspective of The Semantic Web, it starts to become important.

For example, you could make an XML mash-up of different schemes just by using the appropriate xmlns. For example, mash up friend of a friend with vCard, etc.

Simple InputBox function

Probably the simplest way is to use the InputBox method of the Microsoft.VisualBasic.Interaction class:

[void][Reflection.Assembly]::LoadWithPartialName('Microsoft.VisualBasic')

$title = 'Demographics'
$msg   = 'Enter your demographics:'

$text = [Microsoft.VisualBasic.Interaction]::InputBox($msg, $title)

IIs Error: Application Codebehind=“Global.asax.cs” Inherits=“nadeem.MvcApplication”

Nothing above worked for me. Everything was correct.

Close the Visual Studio and reopen again. This fixed the issue in my case.

The problem could have been caused by different versions of visual studio. I have Visual studio 2017 and 2019. I had opened the project on both the versions simultaneously. This might have created different set of vs files.

Close any instance of the Visual Studio and open again.

XSLT string replace

You can use the following code when your processor runs on .NET or uses MSXML (as opposed to Java-based or other native processors). It uses msxsl:script.

Make sure to add the namespace xmlns:msxsl="urn:schemas-microsoft-com:xslt" to your root xsl:stylesheet or xsl:transform element.

In addition, bind outlet to any namespace you like, for instance xmlns:outlet = "http://my.functions".

<msxsl:script implements-prefix="outlet" language="javascript">
function replace_str(str_text,str_replace,str_by)
{
     return str_text.replace(str_replace,str_by);
}
</msxsl:script>


<xsl:variable name="newtext" select="outlet:replace_str(string(@oldstring),'me','you')" />

Disable webkit's spin buttons on input type="number"?

It seems impossible to prevent spinners from appearing in Opera. As a temporary workaround, you can make room for the spinners. As far as I can tell, the following CSS adds just enough padding, only in Opera:

noindex:-o-prefocus,
input[type=number] {
    padding-right: 1.2em;
}

React Hook Warnings for async function in useEffect: useEffect function must return a cleanup function or nothing

Please try this

 useEffect(() => {
        (async () => {
          const products = await api.index()
          setFilteredProducts(products)
          setProducts(products)
        })()
      }, [])

cin and getline skipping input

The structure of your menu code is the issue:

cin >> choice;   // new line character is left in the stream

 switch ( ... ) {
     // We enter the handlers, '\n' still in the stream
 }

cin.ignore();   // Put this right after cin >> choice, before you go on
                // getting input with getline.

Binary Data in JSON String. Something better than Base64

Smile format

It's very fast to encode, decode and compact

Speed comparison (java based but meaningful nevertheless): https://github.com/eishay/jvm-serializers/wiki/

Also it's an extension to JSON that allow you to skip base64 encoding for byte arrays

Smile encoded strings can be gzipped when space is critical

Embed image in a <button> element

Why don't you use an image with an onclick attribute?

For example:

<script>
function myfunction() {
}
</script>
<img src='Myimg.jpg' onclick='myfunction()'>

Single TextView with multiple colored text

if (Build.VERSION.SDK_INT >= 24) {
     Html.fromHtml(String, flag) // for 24 API  and more
 } else {
     Html.fromHtml(String) // or for older API 
 }

for 24 API and more (flag)

public static final int FROM_HTML_MODE_COMPACT = 63;
public static final int FROM_HTML_MODE_LEGACY = 0;
public static final int FROM_HTML_OPTION_USE_CSS_COLORS = 256;
public static final int FROM_HTML_SEPARATOR_LINE_BREAK_BLOCKQUOTE = 32;
public static final int FROM_HTML_SEPARATOR_LINE_BREAK_DIV = 16;
public static final int FROM_HTML_SEPARATOR_LINE_BREAK_HEADING = 2;
public static final int FROM_HTML_SEPARATOR_LINE_BREAK_LIST = 8;
public static final int FROM_HTML_SEPARATOR_LINE_BREAK_LIST_ITEM = 4;
public static final int FROM_HTML_SEPARATOR_LINE_BREAK_PARAGRAPH = 1;
public static final int TO_HTML_PARAGRAPH_LINES_CONSECUTIVE = 0;
public static final int TO_HTML_PARAGRAPH_LINES_INDIVIDUAL = 1;

More Info

Minimal web server using netcat

LOL, a super lame hack, but at least curl and firefox accepts it:

while true ; do (dd if=/dev/zero count=10000;echo -e "HTTP/1.1\n\n $(date)") | nc -l  1500  ; done

You better replace it soon with something proper!

Ah yes, my nc were not exactly the same as yours, it did not like the -p option.

How to generate an entity-relationship (ER) diagram using Oracle SQL Developer

Oracle used to have a component in SQL Developer called Data Modeler. It no longer exists in the product since at least 3.2.20.10.

It's now a separate download that you can find here:

http://www.oracle.com/technetwork/developer-tools/datamodeler/overview/index.html

Toggle display:none style with JavaScript

you can do this easily by using jquery using .css property... try this one: http://api.jquery.com/css/

Visual Studio Code pylint: Unable to import 'protorpc'

I find the solutions stated above very useful. Especially the Python's Virtual Environment explanation by jrc.

In my case, I was using Docker and was editing 'local' files (not direcly inside the docker). So I installed Remote Development extension by Microsoft.

ext install ms-vscode-remote.vscode-remote-extensionpack

More details can be found at https://marketplace.visualstudio.com/items?itemName=ms-vscode-remote.vscode-remote-extensionpack

I should say, it was not easy to play around at first. What worked for me was...
1. starting docker
2. In vscode, Remote-container: Attach to running container
3. Adding folder /code/<path-to-code-folder> from root of the machine to vscode

and then installing python extension + pylint

How to select a node of treeview programmatically in c#?

TreeViewItem tempItem = new TreeViewItem();
TreeViewItem tempItem1 = new TreeViewItem(); 
tempItem =  (TreeViewItem) treeView1.Items.GetItemAt(0);    // Selecting the first of the top level nodes
tempItem1 = (TreeViewItem)tempItem.Items.GetItemAt(0);      // Selecting the first child of the first first level node
SelectedCategoryHeaderString = tempItem.Header.ToString();  // gets the header for the first top level node
SelectedCategoryHeaderString = tempItem1.Header.ToString(); // gets the header for the first child node of the first top level node
tempItem.IsExpanded = true;         //  will expand the first node

Object creation on the stack/heap?

C++ offers three different ways to create objects:

  1. Stack-based such as temporary objects
  2. Heap-based by using new
  3. Static memory allocation such as global variables and namespace-scope objects

Consider your case,

Object* o;
o = new Object();

and:

Object* o = new Object();

Both forms are the same. This means that a pointer variable o is created on the stack (assume your variables does not belong to the 3 category above) and it points to a memory in the heap, which contains the object.

Implement Stack using Two Queues

queue<int> q1, q2;
int i = 0;

void push(int v) {
  if( q1.empty() && q2.empty() ) {
     q1.push(v);
     i = 0;
  }
  else {
     if( i == 0 ) {
        while( !q1.empty() ) q2.push(q1.pop());
        q1.push(v);
        i = 1-i;
     }
     else {
        while( !q2.empty() ) q1.push(q2.pop());
        q2.push(v);
        i = 1-i;
     }
  }
}

int pop() {
   if( q1.empty() && q2.empty() ) return -1;
   if( i == 1 ) {
      if( !q1.empty() )
           return q1.pop();
      else if( !q2.empty() )
           return q2.pop();
   }
   else {
      if( !q2.empty() )
           return q2.pop();
      else if( !q1.empty() )
           return q1.pop();
   }
}

How to get pixel data from a UIImage (Cocoa Touch) or CGImage (Core Graphics)?

One way of doing it is to draw the image to a bitmap context that is backed by a given buffer for a given colorspace (in this case it is RGB): (note that this will copy the image data to that buffer, so you do want to cache it instead of doing this operation every time you need to get pixel values)

See below as a sample:

// First get the image into your data buffer
CGImageRef image = [myUIImage CGImage];
NSUInteger width = CGImageGetWidth(image);
NSUInteger height = CGImageGetHeight(image);
CGColorSpaceRef colorSpace = CGColorSpaceCreateDeviceRGB();
unsigned char *rawData = malloc(height * width * 4);
NSUInteger bytesPerPixel = 4;
NSUInteger bytesPerRow = bytesPerPixel * width;
NSUInteger bitsPerComponent = 8;
CGContextRef context = CGBitmapContextCreate(rawData, width, height, bitsPerComponent, bytesPerRow, colorSpace, kCGImageAlphaPremultipliedLast | kCGBitmapByteOrder32Big);
CGColorSpaceRelease(colorSpace);

CGContextDrawImage(context, CGRectMake(0, 0, width, height));
CGContextRelease(context);

// Now your rawData contains the image data in the RGBA8888 pixel format.
int byteIndex = (bytesPerRow * yy) + xx * bytesPerPixel;
red = rawData[byteIndex];
green = rawData[byteIndex + 1];
blue = rawData[byteIndex + 2];
alpha = rawData[byteIndex + 3];

How to minify php page html output?

Create a PHP file outside your document root. If your document root is

/var/www/html/

create the a file named minify.php one level above it

/var/www/minify.php

Copy paste the following PHP code into it

<?php
function minify_output($buffer){
    $search = array('/\>[^\S ]+/s','/[^\S ]+\</s','/(\s)+/s');
    $replace = array('>','<','\\1');
    if (preg_match("/\<html/i",$buffer) == 1 && preg_match("/\<\/html\>/i",$buffer) == 1) {
        $buffer = preg_replace($search, $replace, $buffer);
    }
    return $buffer;
}
ob_start("minify_output");?>

Save the minify.php file and open the php.ini file. If it is a dedicated server/VPS search for the following option, on shared hosting with custom php.ini add it.

auto_prepend_file = /var/www/minify.php

Reference: http://websistent.com/how-to-use-php-to-minify-html-output/

Place a button right aligned

Another possibility is to use an absolute positioning oriented to the right:

<input type="button" value="Click Me" style="position: absolute; right: 0;">

Here's an example: https://jsfiddle.net/a2Ld1xse/

This solution has its downsides, but there are use cases where it's very useful.

dataframe: how to groupBy/count then filter on count in Scala

When you pass a string to the filter function, the string is interpreted as SQL. Count is a SQL keyword and using count as a variable confuses the parser. This is a small bug (you can file a JIRA ticket if you want to).

You can easily avoid this by using a column expression instead of a String:

df.groupBy("x").count()
  .filter($"count" >= 2)
  .show()

ArrayList insertion and retrieval order

If you always add to the end, then each element will be added to the end and stay that way until you change it.

If you always insert at the start, then each element will appear in the reverse order you added them.

If you insert them in the middle, the order will be something else.

Webclient / HttpWebRequest with Basic Authentication returns 404 not found for valid URL

This part of code worked fine for me:

        WebRequest request = WebRequest.Create(url);
        request.Method = WebRequestMethods.Http.Get;
        NetworkCredential networkCredential = new NetworkCredential(logon, password); // logon in format "domain\username"
        CredentialCache myCredentialCache = new CredentialCache {{new Uri(url), "Basic", networkCredential}};
        request.PreAuthenticate = true;
        request.Credentials = myCredentialCache;
        using (WebResponse response = request.GetResponse())
        {
            Console.WriteLine(((HttpWebResponse)response).StatusDescription);

            using (Stream dataStream = response.GetResponseStream())
            {
                using (StreamReader reader = new StreamReader(dataStream))
                {
                    string responseFromServer = reader.ReadToEnd();
                    Console.WriteLine(responseFromServer);
                }
            }
        }

Rendering raw html with reactjs

Here's a little less opinionated version of the RawHTML function posted before. It lets you:

  • configure the tag
  • optionally replace newlines to <br />'s
  • pass extra props that RawHTML will pass to the created element
  • supply an empty string (RawHTML></RawHTML>)

Here's the component:

const RawHTML = ({ children, tag = 'div', nl2br = true, ...rest }) =>
    React.createElement(tag, {
        dangerouslySetInnerHTML: {
            __html: nl2br
                ? children && children.replace(/\n/g, '<br />')
                : children,
        },
        ...rest,
    });
RawHTML.propTypes = {
    children: PropTypes.string,
    nl2br: PropTypes.bool,
    tag: PropTypes.string,
};

Usage:

<RawHTML>{'First &middot; Second'}</RawHTML>
<RawHTML tag="h2">{'First &middot; Second'}</RawHTML>
<RawHTML tag="h2" className="test">{'First &middot; Second'}</RawHTML>
<RawHTML>{'first line\nsecond line'}</RawHTML>
<RawHTML nl2br={false}>{'first line\nsecond line'}</RawHTML>
<RawHTML></RawHTML>

Output:

<div>First · Second</div>
<h2>First · Second</h2>
<h2 class="test">First · Second</h2>
<div>first line<br>second line</div>
<div>first line
second line</div>
<div></div>

It will break on:

<RawHTML><h1>First &middot; Second</h1></RawHTML>

Counting the number of elements with the values of x in a vector

This is a very fast solution for one-dimensional atomic vectors. It relies on match(), so it is compatible with NA:

x <- c("a", NA, "a", "c", "a", "b", NA, "c")

fn <- function(x) {
  u <- unique.default(x)
  out <- list(x = u, freq = .Internal(tabulate(match(x, u), length(u))))
  class(out) <- "data.frame"
  attr(out, "row.names") <- seq_along(u)
  out
}

fn(x)

#>      x freq
#> 1    a    3
#> 2 <NA>    2
#> 3    c    2
#> 4    b    1

You could also tweak the algorithm so that it doesn't run unique().

fn2 <- function(x) {
  y <- match(x, x)
  out <- list(x = x, freq = .Internal(tabulate(y, length(x)))[y])
  class(out) <- "data.frame"
  attr(out, "row.names") <- seq_along(x)
  out
}

fn2(x)

#>      x freq
#> 1    a    3
#> 2 <NA>    2
#> 3    a    3
#> 4    c    2
#> 5    a    3
#> 6    b    1
#> 7 <NA>    2
#> 8    c    2

In cases where that output is desirable, you probably don't even need it to re-return the original vector, and the second column is probably all you need. You can get that in one line with the pipe:

match(x, x) %>% `[`(tabulate(.), .)

#> [1] 3 2 3 2 3 1 2 2

Gson and deserializing an array of objects with arrays in it

Use your bean class like this, if your JSON data starts with an an array object. it helps you.

Users[] bean = gson.fromJson(response,Users[].class);

Users is my bean class.

Response is my JSON data.

Class constructor type in typescript?

Like that:

class Zoo {
    AnimalClass: typeof Animal;

    constructor(AnimalClass: typeof Animal ) {
        this.AnimalClass = AnimalClass
        let Hector = new AnimalClass();
    }
}

Or just:

class Zoo {
    constructor(public AnimalClass: typeof Animal ) {
        let Hector = new AnimalClass();
    }
}

typeof Class is the type of the class constructor. It's preferable to the custom constructor type declaration because it processes static class members properly.

Here's the relevant part of TypeScript docs. Search for the typeof. As a part of a TypeScript type annotation, it means "give me the type of the symbol called Animal" which is the type of the class constructor function in our case.

Line Break in HTML Select Option?

yes, by using css styles white-space: pre-wrap; in the .dropdown class of the bootstrap by overriding it. Earlier it is white-space: nowrap; so it makes the dropdown wrapped into one line. pre-wrap makes it as according to the width.

How to style SVG with external CSS?

"I am actually going to change the colors of these images based on what color scheme the user has chosen for my site." - Jordan 10 hours ago

I suggest you to use PHP for this. There's really no better way to do this without icon fonts, and if you resist using them, you could try this:

<?php

    header('Content-Type: image/svg+xml');
    echo '<?xml version="1.0" encoding="utf-8"?>';
    $color = $_GET['color'];

?>
<!DOCTYPE svg PUBLIC "-//W3C//DTD SVG 1.1//EN" "http://www.w3.org/Graphics/SVG/1.1/DTD/svg11.dtd">

<svg version="1.1" id="Layer_1" xmlns="http://www.w3.org/2000/svg" xmlns:xlink="http://www.w3.org/1999/xlink" viewBox="0 0 56.69 56.69">
    <g>
        <path fill="<?php echo $color; ?>" d="M28.44..."/>
    </g>
</svg>

And later you could use this file as filename.php?color=#ffffff to get the svg file in the desired color.

How to cin to a vector

If you know the size use this

No temporary variable used just to store user input

int main()
{
    cout << "Hello World!\n"; 
    int n;//input size
    cin >> n;
    vector<int>a(n);
    for (int i = 0; i < n; i++) {
        cin >> a[i];
    }

//to verify output user input printed below

    for (auto x : a) {
        cout << x << " ";
    }
    return 0;
}

Binding a list in @RequestParam

Change hidden field value with checkbox toggle like below...

HTML:

<input type='hidden' value='Unchecked' id="deleteAll" name='anyName'>
<input type="checkbox"  onclick="toggle(this)"/> Delete All

Script:

function toggle(obj) {`var $input = $(obj);
    if ($input.prop('checked')) {

    $('#deleteAll').attr( 'value','Checked');

    } else {

    $('#deleteAll').attr( 'value','Unchecked');

    }

}

How to remove elements from a generic list while iterating over it?

The best way to remove items from a list while iterating over it is to use RemoveAll(). But the main concern written by people is that they have to do some complex things inside the loop and/or have complex compare cases.

The solution is to still use RemoveAll() but use this notation:

var list = new List<int>(Enumerable.Range(1, 10));
list.RemoveAll(item => 
{
    // Do some complex operations here
    // Or even some operations on the items
    SomeFunction(item);
    // In the end return true if the item is to be removed. False otherwise
    return item > 5;
});

Adding simple legend to plot in R

Take a look at ?legend and try this:

legend('topright', names(a)[-1] , 
   lty=1, col=c('red', 'blue', 'green',' brown'), bty='n', cex=.75)

enter image description here

Which JRE am I using?

I had a problem where my Java applications quit work with no discernible evidence that I could find. It turned out my system started using the 64-bit version rather than the 32-bit version was needed (Windows Server 2012). In Windows, the command:

Javaw -version

just brought me back to the command prompt without any information. It wasn't until I tried

Javaw -Version 2>x.txt
type x.txt

that it gave me what was being executed was the 64-bit version. It boiled down to my PATH environment variable finding the 64-bit version first.

What exactly does += do in python?

+= adds a number to a variable, changing the variable itself in the process (whereas + would not). Similar to this, there are the following that also modifies the variable:

  • -=, subtracts a value from variable, setting the variable to the result
  • *=, multiplies the variable and a value, making the outcome the variable
  • /=, divides the variable by the value, making the outcome the variable
  • %=, performs modulus on the variable, with the variable then being set to the result of it

There may be others. I am not a Python programmer.

How to display errors on laravel 4?

In the Laravel root folder chmod the storage directory to 777

Tomcat 8 is not able to handle get request with '|' in query parameters?

This behavior is introduced in all major Tomcat releases:

  • Tomcat 7.0.73, 8.0.39, 8.5.7

To fix, do one of the following:

  • set relaxedQueryChars to allow this character (recommended, see Lincoln's answer)
  • set requestTargetAllow option (deprecated in Tomcat 8.5) (see Jérémie's answer).
  • you can downgrade to one of older versions (not recommended - security)

Based on changelog, those changes could affect this behavior:

Tomcat 8.5.3:

Ensure that requests with HTTP method names that are not tokens (as required by RFC 7231) are rejected with a 400 response

Tomcat 8.5.7:

Add additional checks for valid characters to the HTTP request line parsing so invalid request lines are rejected sooner.


The best option (following the standard) - you want to encode your URL on client:

encodeURI("http://localhost:8080/app/handleResponse?msg=name|id|")
> http://localhost:8080/app/handleResponse?msg=name%7Cid%7C

or just query string:

encodeURIComponent("msg=name|id|")
> msg%3Dname%7Cid%7C

It will secure you from other problematic characters (list of invalid URI characters).

Turning a Comma Separated string into individual rows

select t.OtherID,x.Kod
    from testData t
    cross apply (select Code from dbo.Split(t.Data,',') ) x

What can cause a “Resource temporarily unavailable” on sock send() command

That's because you're using a non-blocking socket and the output buffer is full.

From the send() man page

   When the message does not fit into  the  send  buffer  of  the  socket,
   send() normally blocks, unless the socket has been placed in non-block-
   ing I/O mode.  In non-blocking mode it  would  return  EAGAIN  in  this
   case.  

EAGAIN is the error code tied to "Resource temporarily unavailable"

Consider using select() to get a better control of this behaviours

bootstrap 3 wrap text content within div for horizontal alignment

Your code is working fine using bootatrap v3.3.7, but you can use word-break: break-word if it's not working at your end.

which would then look like this -

snap

_x000D_
_x000D_
<html>_x000D_
_x000D_
<head>_x000D_
    <link rel="stylesheet" href="https://maxcdn.bootstrapcdn.com/bootstrap/3.3.7/css/bootstrap.min.css"_x000D_
        integrity="sha384-BVYiiSIFeK1dGmJRAkycuHAHRg32OmUcww7on3RYdg4Va+PmSTsz/K68vbdEjh4u" crossorigin="anonymous">_x000D_
</head>_x000D_
_x000D_
<body>_x000D_
    <div class="row" style="box-shadow: 0 0 30px black;">_x000D_
        <div class="col-6 col-sm-6 col-lg-4">_x000D_
            <h3 style="word-break: break-word;">2005 Volkswagen Jetta 2.5 Sedan (worcester http://www.massmotorcars.com)_x000D_
                $6900</h3>_x000D_
            <p>_x000D_
                <small>2005 volkswagen jetta 2.5 for sale has 110,000 miles powere doors,power windows,has ,car drives_x000D_
                    excellent ,comes with warranty if you&#39;re ...</small>_x000D_
            </p>_x000D_
            <p>_x000D_
                <a class="btn btn-default" href="/search/1355/detail/" role="button">View details &raquo;</a>_x000D_
                <button type="button" class="btn bookmark" id="1355">_x000D_
                    <span class="_x000D_
                      glyphicon glyphicon-star-empty "></span>_x000D_
                </button>_x000D_
            </p>_x000D_
        </div>_x000D_
        <!--/span-->_x000D_
        <div class="col-6 col-sm-6 col-lg-4">_x000D_
            <h3 style="word-break: break-word;">2006 Honda Civic EX Sedan (Worcester www.massmotorcars.com) $7950</h3>_x000D_
            <p>_x000D_
                <small>2006 honda civic ex has 110,176 miles, has power doors ,power windows,sun roof,alloy wheels,runs_x000D_
                    great, cd player, 4 cylinder engen, ...</small>_x000D_
            </p>_x000D_
            <p>_x000D_
                <a class="btn btn-default" href="/search/1356/detail/" role="button">View details &raquo;</a>_x000D_
                <button type="button" class="btn bookmark" id="1356">_x000D_
                    <span class="_x000D_
                      glyphicon glyphicon-star-empty "></span>_x000D_
                </button>_x000D_
            </p>_x000D_
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        </div>_x000D_
        <!--/span-->_x000D_
        <div class="col-6 col-sm-6 col-lg-4">_x000D_
            <h3 style="word-break: break-word;">2004 Honda Civic LX Sedan (worcester www.massmotorcars.com) $5900</h3>_x000D_
            <p>_x000D_
                <small>2004 honda civic lx sedan has 134,000 miles, great looking car, interior and exterior looks_x000D_
                    nice,has_x000D_
                    cd player, power windows ...</small>_x000D_
            </p>_x000D_
            <p>_x000D_
                <a class="btn btn-default" href="/search/1357/detail/" role="button">View details &raquo;</a>_x000D_
                <button type="button" class="btn bookmark" id="1357">_x000D_
                    <span class="_x000D_
                      glyphicon glyphicon-star-empty "></span>_x000D_
                </button>_x000D_
            </p>_x000D_
        </div>_x000D_
    </div>_x000D_
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Does :before not work on img elements?

Here's another solution using a div container for img while using :hover::after to achieve the effect.

The HTML as follows:

<div id=img_container><img src='' style='height:300px; width:300px;'></img></div>

The CSS as follows:

#img_container { 
    margin:0; 
    position:relative; 
} 

#img_container:hover::after { 
    content:''; 
    display:block; 
    position:absolute; 
    width:300px; 
    height:300px; 
    background:url(''); 
    z-index:1; 
    top:0;
} 

To see it in action, check out the fiddle I've created. Just so you know this is cross browser friendly and there's no need to trick the code with 'fake content'.

Why do Sublime Text 3 Themes not affect the sidebar?

Just install package Synced?Sidebar?Bg:it will change the sidebar theme based on current color scheme.But it seems that every time you change the color scheme,sidebar will be changed after you open file Preferences.sublime-settings

How do I specify the platform for MSBuild?

When you define different build configurations in your visual studio solution for your projects using a tool like ConfigurationTransform, you may want your Teamcity build, to build you a specified build configuration. You may have build configurations e.g., Debug, Release, Dev, UAT, Prod etc defined. This means, you will have MSBuild Configuration transformation setup for the different configurations. These different configurations are usually used when you have different configurations, e.g. different database connection strings, for the different environment. This is very common because you would have a different database for your production environment from your playground development environment.

They say a picture is worth a thousand words, please see the image below how you would specify multiple build configurations in Teamcity.

In the commandline input text box, specify as below

/p:OutputPath=Publish;Configuration=Dev

Here, I have specified two commandline build configurations/arguments OutputPath and build Configuration with values Publish and Dev respectively, but it could have been, UAT or Prod configuration. If you want more, simply separate them by semi-colon,;

Teamcity MSBuild Commandline build configuration screenshot

Using BufferedReader to read Text File

You can assign the result of br.readLine() to a variable and use that both for processing and for checking, like so:

String line = br.readLine();
while (line != null) { // You might also want to check for empty?
    System.out.println(line);
    line = br.readLine();
}

Enable UTF-8 encoding for JavaScript

For others, I just had a similar problem and had to copy all code from my file, put it to simple notepad, save it with utf-8 coding and then replace my original file.

The problem at my side was caused by using PSpad editor.

How to get the background color of an HTML element?

This worked for me:

var backgroundColor = window.getComputedStyle ? window.getComputedStyle(myDiv, null).getPropertyValue("background-color") : myDiv.style.backgroundColor;

And, even better:

var getStyle = function(element, property) {
    return window.getComputedStyle ? window.getComputedStyle(element, null).getPropertyValue(property) : element.style[property.replace(/-([a-z])/g, function (g) { return g[1].toUpperCase(); })];
};
var backgroundColor = getStyle(myDiv, "background-color");

HTML 5 Video "autoplay" not automatically starting in CHROME

These are the attributes I used to get video to autoplay on Chrome - onloadedmetadata="this.muted = true", playsinline, autoplay, muted, loop

Example:

<video src="path/to/video.mp4" onloadedmetadata="this.muted = true" playsinline autoplay muted loop></video>

How can you tell when a layout has been drawn?

To avoid deprecated code and warnings you can use:

view.getViewTreeObserver().addOnGlobalLayoutListener(
        new ViewTreeObserver.OnGlobalLayoutListener() {
            @SuppressWarnings("deprecation")
            @Override
            public void onGlobalLayout() {
                if (Build.VERSION.SDK_INT >= Build.VERSION_CODES.JELLY_BEAN) {
                    view.getViewTreeObserver()
                            .removeOnGlobalLayoutListener(this);
                } else {
                    view.getViewTreeObserver()
                            .removeGlobalOnLayoutListener(this);
                }
                yourFunctionHere();
            }
        });

No Title Bar Android Theme

In your manifest use:-

    android:theme="@style/AppTheme" >

in styles.xml:-

<!-- Application theme. -->
<style name="AppTheme" parent="AppBaseTheme">
       <item name="android:windowActionBar">false</item>
   <item name="android:windowNoTitle">true</item>
</style>

Surprisingly this works as yo desire, Using the same parent of AppBaseTheme in AppTheme does not.

html5 localStorage error with Safari: "QUOTA_EXCEEDED_ERR: DOM Exception 22: An attempt was made to add something to storage that exceeded the quota."

It seems that Safari 11 changes the behavior, and now local storage works in a private browser window. Hooray!

Our web app that used to fail in Safari private browsing now works flawlessly. It always worked fine in Chrome's private browsing mode, which has always allowed writing to local storage.

This is documented in Apple's Safari Technology Preview release notes - and the WebKit release notes - for release 29, which was in May 2017.

Specifically:

  • Fixed QuotaExceededError when saving to localStorage in private browsing mode or WebDriver sessions - r215315

What is Common Gateway Interface (CGI)?

A CGI script is a console/shell program. In Windows, when you use a "Command Prompt" window, you execute console programs. When a web server executes a CGI script it provides input to the console/shell program using environment variables or "standard input". Standard input is like typing data into a console/shell program; in the case of a CGI script, the web server does the typing. The CGI script writes data out to "standard output" and that output is sent to the client (the web browser) as a HTML page. Standard output is like the output you see in a console/shell program except the web server reads it and sends it out.

A CGI script can be executed from a browser. The URI typically includes a query string that is provided to the CGI script. If the method is "get" then the query string is provided to the CGI Script in an environment variable called QUERY_STRING. If the method is "post" then the query string is provided to the CGI Script using standard input (the CGI Script reads the query string from standard input).

An early use of CGI scripts was to process forms. In the beginning of HTML, HTML forms typically had an "action" attribute and a button designated as the "submit" button. When the submit button is pushed the URI specified in the "action" attribute would be sent to the server with the data from the form sent as a query string. If the "action" specifies a CGI script then the CGI script would be executed and it then produces a HTML page.

RFC 3875 "The Common Gateway Interface (CGI)" partially defines CGI using C, as in saying that environment variables "are accessed by the C library routine getenv() or variable environ".

If you are developing a CGI script using C/C++ and use Microsoft Visual Studio to do that then you would develop a console program.

"Cannot update paths and switch to branch at the same time"

You can get this error in the context of, e.g. a Travis build that, by default, checks code out with git clone --depth=50 --branch=master. To the best of my knowledge, you can control --depth via .travis.yml but not the --branch. Since that results in only a single branch being tracked by the remote, you need to independently update the remote to track the desired remote's refs.

Before:

$ git branch -a
* master
remotes/origin/HEAD -> origin/master
remotes/origin/master

The fix:

$ git remote set-branches --add origin branch-1
$ git remote set-branches --add origin branch-2
$ git fetch

After:

$ git branch -a
* master
remotes/origin/HEAD -> origin/master
remotes/origin/branch-1
remotes/origin/branch-2
remotes/origin/master

How to change package name of an Android Application

I just lost few hours trying all solutions. I was sure, problem is in my code - apk starting but some errors when working with different classes and activities.

Only way working with my project:

  1. rename it - file/rename and check all checkboxes
  2. check for non renamed places, I had in one of layout old name still in tools:context="..
  3. create new workspace
  4. import project into new workspace

For me it works, only solution.

How to Inspect Element using Safari Browser

Press CMD + , than click in show develop menu in menu bar. After that click Option + CMD + i to open and close the inspector

enter image description here

Bootstrap 3: Text overlay on image

Is this what you're after?

http://jsfiddle.net/dCNXU/1/

I added :text-align:center to the div and image

Set variable in jinja

{{ }} tells the template to print the value, this won't work in expressions like you're trying to do. Instead, use the {% set %} template tag and then assign the value the same way you would in normal python code.

{% set testing = 'it worked' %}
{% set another = testing %}
{{ another }}

Result:

it worked

Cannot open output file, permission denied

In my case - I found a process called

cb_console_runner

I stopped this process and things were ok again.

How to make a HTTP PUT request?


protected void UpdateButton_Click(object sender, EventArgs e)
        {
            var values = string.Format("Name={0}&Family={1}&Id={2}", NameToUpdateTextBox.Text, FamilyToUpdateTextBox.Text, IdToUpdateTextBox.Text);
            var bytes = Encoding.ASCII.GetBytes(values);
            HttpWebRequest request = (HttpWebRequest)WebRequest.Create(string.Format("http://localhost:51436/api/employees"));
            request.Method = "PUT";
            request.ContentType = "application/x-www-form-urlencoded";
            using (var requestStream = request.GetRequestStream())
            {
                requestStream.Write(bytes, 0, bytes.Length);
            }
            var response =  (HttpWebResponse) request.GetResponse();

            if (response.StatusCode == HttpStatusCode.OK)
                UpdateResponseLabel.Text = "Update completed";
            else
                UpdateResponseLabel.Text = "Error in update";
        }

How to directly initialize a HashMap (in a literal way)?

We can use AbstractMap Class having SimpleEntry which allows the creation of immutable map

Map<String, String> map5 = Stream.of(
    new AbstractMap.SimpleEntry<>("Sakshi","java"),
    new AbstractMap.SimpleEntry<>("fine","python")
    ).collect(Collectors.toMap(Map.Entry::getKey, Map.Entry::getValue));
    
    System.out.println(map5.get("Sakshi"));
    map5.put("Shiva", "Javascript");
    System.out.println(map5.get("Shiva"));// here we can add multiple entries.

How can I hide select options with JavaScript? (Cross browser)

just modify dave1010's code for my need

 (function($){
    $.fn.extend({hideOptions: function() {
        var s = this;
        return s.each(function(i,e) {
            var d = $.data(e, 'disabledOptions') || [];
            $(e).find("option[disabled=\"disabled\"]").each(function() {
                d.push($(this).detach());
            });
            $.data(e, 'disabledOptions', d);
        });
    }, showOptions: function() {
        var s = this;
        return s.each(function(i,e) {       
            var d = $.data(e, 'disabledOptions') || [];
            for (var i in d) {
                $(e).append(d[i]);
            }
        });
    }});    
})(jQuery);

http://jsfiddle.net/AbzL3/1/

Android Button Onclick

Use Layout inflater method in your button click. it will change your current .xml to targeted .xml file. Google for layout inflater code.

How to read numbers from file in Python?

is working with both python2(e.g. Python 2.7.10) and python3(e.g. Python 3.6.4)

with open('in.txt') as f:
  rows,cols=np.fromfile(f, dtype=int, count=2, sep=" ")
  data = np.fromfile(f, dtype=int, count=cols*rows, sep=" ").reshape((rows,cols))

another way: is working with both python2(e.g. Python 2.7.10) and python3(e.g. Python 3.6.4), as well for complex matrices see the example below (only change int to complex)

with open('in.txt') as f:
   data = []
   cols,rows=list(map(int, f.readline().split()))
   for i in range(0, rows):
      data.append(list(map(int, f.readline().split()[:cols])))
print (data)

I updated the code, this method is working for any number of matrices and any kind of matrices(int,complex,float) in the initial in.txt file.

This program yields matrix multiplication as an application. Is working with python2, in order to work with python3 make the following changes

print to print()

and

print "%7g" %a[i,j],    to     print ("%7g" %a[i,j],end="")

the script:

import numpy as np

def printMatrix(a):
   print ("Matrix["+("%d" %a.shape[0])+"]["+("%d" %a.shape[1])+"]")
   rows = a.shape[0]
   cols = a.shape[1]
   for i in range(0,rows):
      for j in range(0,cols):
         print "%7g" %a[i,j],
      print
   print      

def readMatrixFile(FileName):
   rows,cols=np.fromfile(FileName, dtype=int, count=2, sep=" ")
   a = np.fromfile(FileName, dtype=float, count=rows*cols, sep=" ").reshape((rows,cols))
   return a

def readMatrixFileComplex(FileName):
   data = []
   rows,cols=list(map(int, FileName.readline().split()))
   for i in range(0, rows):
      data.append(list(map(complex, FileName.readline().split()[:cols])))
   a = np.array(data)
   return a

f = open('in.txt')
a=readMatrixFile(f)
printMatrix(a)
b=readMatrixFile(f)
printMatrix(b)
a1=readMatrixFile(f)
printMatrix(a1)
b1=readMatrixFile(f)
printMatrix(b1)
f.close()

print ("matrix multiplication")
c = np.dot(a,b)
printMatrix(c)
c1 = np.dot(a1,b1)
printMatrix(c1)

with open('complex_in.txt') as fid:
  a2=readMatrixFileComplex(fid)
  print(a2)
  b2=readMatrixFileComplex(fid)
  print(b2)

print ("complex matrix multiplication")
c2 = np.dot(a2,b2)
print(c2)
print ("real part of complex matrix")
printMatrix(c2.real)
print ("imaginary part of complex matrix")
printMatrix(c2.imag)

as input file I take in.txt:

4 4
1 1 1 1
2 4 8 16
3 9 27 81
4 16 64 256
4 3
4.02 -3.0 4.0
-13.0 19.0 -7.0
3.0 -2.0 7.0
-1.0 1.0 -1.0
3 4
1 2 -2 0
-3 4 7 2
6 0 3 1
4 2
-1 3
0 9
1 -11
4 -5

and complex_in.txt

3 4
1+1j 2+2j -2-2j 0+0j
-3-3j 4+4j 7+7j 2+2j
6+6j 0+0j 3+3j 1+1j
4 2
-1-1j 3+3j
0+0j 9+9j
1+1j -11-11j
4+4j -5-5j

and the output look like:

Matrix[4][4]
     1      1      1      1
     2      4      8     16
     3      9     27     81
     4     16     64    256

Matrix[4][3]
  4.02     -3      4
   -13     19     -7
     3     -2      7
    -1      1     -1

Matrix[3][4]
     1      2     -2      0
    -3      4      7      2
     6      0      3      1

Matrix[4][2]
    -1      3
     0      9
     1    -11
     4     -5

matrix multiplication
Matrix[4][3]
  -6.98      15       3
 -35.96      70      20
-104.94     189      57
-255.92     420      96

Matrix[3][2]
    -3     43
    18    -60
     1    -20

[[ 1.+1.j  2.+2.j -2.-2.j  0.+0.j]
 [-3.-3.j  4.+4.j  7.+7.j  2.+2.j]
 [ 6.+6.j  0.+0.j  3.+3.j  1.+1.j]]
[[ -1. -1.j   3. +3.j]
 [  0. +0.j   9. +9.j]
 [  1. +1.j -11.-11.j]
 [  4. +4.j  -5. -5.j]]
complex matrix multiplication
[[ 0.  -6.j  0. +86.j]
 [ 0. +36.j  0.-120.j]
 [ 0.  +2.j  0. -40.j]]
real part of complex matrix
Matrix[3][2]
      0       0
      0       0
      0       0

imaginary part of complex matrix
Matrix[3][2]
     -6      86
     36    -120
      2     -40

What reference do I need to use Microsoft.Office.Interop.Excel in .NET?

1.Download and install: Microsoft Office Developer Tools

2.Add references from:

C:\Program Files (x86)\Microsoft Visual Studio 11.0\Visual Studio Tools for Office\PIA\Office15

How to convert JSON string to array

If you are getting the JSON string from the form using $_REQUEST, $_GET, or $_POST the you will need to use the function html_entity_decode(). I didn't realize this until I did a var_dump of what was in the request vs. what I copied into and echo statement and noticed the request string was much larger.

Correct Way:

$jsonText = $_REQUEST['myJSON'];
$decodedText = html_entity_decode($jsonText);
$myArray = json_decode($decodedText, true);

With Errors:

$jsonText = $_REQUEST['myJSON'];
$myArray = json_decode($jsonText, true);
echo json_last_error(); //Returns 4 - Syntax error;

Non-resolvable parent POM for Could not find artifact and 'parent.relativePath' points at wrong local POM

Any way you mentioned /root/.m2/settings.xml.

But in my Case i missed the settings.xml to configure in the maven preferences. enter image description here so that maven will search for the relative_path pom.xml from the remote_repository which is configured in settings.xml

Undocumented NSURLErrorDomain error codes (-1001, -1003 and -1004) using StoreKit

I found a new error code which is not documented above: CFNetworkErrorCode -1022

Error Domain=NSURLErrorDomain Code=-1022 "The resource could not be loaded because the App Transport Security policy requires the use of a secure connection."

Passing A List Of Objects Into An MVC Controller Method Using jQuery Ajax

The only way I could get this to work is to pass the JSON as a string and then deserialise it using JavaScriptSerializer.Deserialize<T>(string input), which is pretty strange if that's the default deserializer for MVC 4.

My model has nested lists of objects and the best I could get using JSON data is the uppermost list to have the correct number of items in it, but all the fields in the items were null.

This kind of thing should not be so hard.

    $.ajax({
        type: 'POST',
        url: '/Agri/Map/SaveSelfValuation',
        data: { json: JSON.stringify(model) },
        dataType: 'text',
        success: function (data) {

    [HttpPost]
    public JsonResult DoSomething(string json)
    {
        var model = new JavaScriptSerializer().Deserialize<Valuation>(json);

Extracting specific columns in numpy array

I assume you wanted columns 1 and 9?

To select multiple columns at once, use

X = data[:, [1, 9]]

To select one at a time, use

x, y = data[:, 1], data[:, 9]

With names:

data[:, ['Column Name1','Column Name2']]

You can get the names from data.dtype.names

Best way to find the months between two dates

Start by defining some test cases, then you will see that the function is very simple and needs no loops

from datetime import datetime

def diff_month(d1, d2):
    return (d1.year - d2.year) * 12 + d1.month - d2.month

assert diff_month(datetime(2010,10,1), datetime(2010,9,1)) == 1
assert diff_month(datetime(2010,10,1), datetime(2009,10,1)) == 12
assert diff_month(datetime(2010,10,1), datetime(2009,11,1)) == 11
assert diff_month(datetime(2010,10,1), datetime(2009,8,1)) == 14

You should add some test cases to your question, as there are lots of potential corner cases to cover - there is more than one way to define the number of months between two dates.

What is output buffering?

ob_start();  // turns on output buffering
$foo->bar();  // all output goes only to buffer
ob_clean();  // delete the contents of the buffer, but remains buffering active
$foo->render(); // output goes to buffer
ob_flush(); // send buffer output
$none = ob_get_contents();  // buffer content is now an empty string
ob_end_clean();  // turn off output buffering

Buffers can be nested, so while one buffer is active, another ob_start() activates a new buffer. So ob_end_flush() and ob_flush() are not really sending the buffer to the output, but to the parent buffer. And only when there is no parent buffer, contents is sent to browser or terminal.

Nicely explained here: https://phpfashion.com/everything-about-output-buffering-in-php

How to send HTML email using linux command line

Try with :

echo "To: [email protected]" > /var/www/report.csv
echo "Subject: Subject" >> /var/www/report.csv
echo "MIME-Version: 1.0" >> /var/www/report.csv
echo "Content-Type: text/html; charset=\"us-ascii\"" >> /var/www/report.csv
echo "Content-Disposition: inline" >> /var/www/report.csv

echo "<html>" >> /var/www/report.csv
mysql -u ***** -p***** -H -e "select * from users LIMIT 20" dev >> /var/www/report.csv
echo "</html>" >> /var/www/report.csv

mail -s "Built notification" [email protected] < /var/www/report.csv

Calculate a Running Total in SQL Server

In SQL Server 2012 you can use SUM() with the OVER() clause.

select id,
       somedate,
       somevalue,
       sum(somevalue) over(order by somedate rows unbounded preceding) as runningtotal
from TestTable

SQL Fiddle

How to create a fixed sidebar layout with Bootstrap 4?

I used this in my code:

<div class="sticky-top h-100">
    <nav id="sidebar" class="vh-100">
        ....

this cause your sidebar height become 100% and fixed at top.

How to "git show" a merge commit with combined diff output even when every changed file agrees with one of the parents?

If you are sitting at the merge commit then this shows the diffs:

git diff HEAD~1..HEAD

If you're not at the merge commit then just replace HEAD with the merge commit. This method seems like the simplest and most intuitive.

The mysqli extension is missing. Please check your PHP configuration

sudo apt-get install php7.2-mysql

extension=mysqli.so (add this php.ini file)

sudo service apahce2 restart

Please use above commands to resolve mysqli-extension missing error

How to check if a given directory exists in Ruby

You could use Kernel#test:

test ?d, 'some directory'

it gets it's origins from https://ss64.com/bash/test.html you will notice bash test has this flag -d to test if a directory exists -d file True if file is a Directory. [[ -d demofile ]]

How to align flexbox columns left and right?

I came up with 4 methods to achieve the results. Here is demo

Method 1:

#a {
    margin-right: auto;
}

Method 2:

#a {
    flex-grow: 1;
}

Method 3:

#b {
    margin-left: auto;
}

Method 4:

#container {
    justify-content: space-between;
}

How to use BufferedReader in Java

As far as i understand fr is the object of your FileReadExample class. So it is obvious it will not have any method like fr.readLine() if you dont create one yourself.

secondly, i think a correct constructor of the BufferedReader class will help you do your task.

String str;
BufferedReader buffread = new BufferedReader(new FileReader(new File("file.dat")));
str = buffread.readLine();
.
.
buffread.close();

this should help you.

How do I ALTER a PostgreSQL table and make a column unique?

Or, have the DB automatically assign a constraint name using:

ALTER TABLE foo ADD UNIQUE (thecolumn);

background:none vs background:transparent what is the difference?

To complement the other answers: if you want to reset all background properties to their initial value (which includes background-color: transparent and background-image: none) without explicitly specifying any value such as transparent or none, you can do so by writing:

background: initial;

'Incomplete final line' warning when trying to read a .csv file into R

In various European locales, as the comma character serves as decimal point, the read.csv2 function should be used instead.

What is a Question Mark "?" and Colon ":" Operator Used for?

a=1;
b=2;

x=3;
y=4;

answer = a > b ? x : y;

answer=4 since the condition is false it takes y value.

A question mark (?)
. The value to use if the condition is true

A colon (:)
. The value to use if the condition is false

Python sockets error TypeError: a bytes-like object is required, not 'str' with send function

The reason for this error is that in Python 3, strings are Unicode, but when transmitting on the network, the data needs to be bytes instead. So... a couple of suggestions:

  1. Suggest using c.sendall() instead of c.send() to prevent possible issues where you may not have sent the entire msg with one call (see docs).
  2. For literals, add a 'b' for bytes string: c.sendall(b'Thank you for connecting')
  3. For variables, you need to encode Unicode strings to byte strings (see below)

Best solution (should work w/both 2.x & 3.x):

output = 'Thank you for connecting'
c.sendall(output.encode('utf-8'))

Epilogue/background: this isn't an issue in Python 2 because strings are bytes strings already -- your OP code would work perfectly in that environment. Unicode strings were added to Python in releases 1.6 & 2.0 but took a back seat until 3.0 when they became the default string type. Also see this similar question as well as this one.

Could not find or load main class

Check you class name first. It should be p1 as per your batch file instruction. And then check you package of that class, if it is inside any package, specify when you run.

If package is x.y

java x.y.p1

How is returning the output of a function different from printing it?

Print simply prints out the structure to your output device (normally the console). Nothing more. To return it from your function, you would do:

def autoparts():
  parts_dict = {}
  list_of_parts = open('list_of_parts.txt', 'r')
  for line in list_of_parts:
        k, v = line.split()
        parts_dict[k] = v
  return parts_dict

Why return? Well if you don't, that dictionary dies (gets garbage collected) and is no longer accessible as soon as this function call ends. If you return the value, you can do other stuff with it. Such as:

my_auto_parts = autoparts() 
print(my_auto_parts['engine']) 

See what happened? autoparts() was called and it returned the parts_dict and we stored it into the my_auto_parts variable. Now we can use this variable to access the dictionary object and it continues to live even though the function call is over. We then printed out the object in the dictionary with the key 'engine'.

For a good tutorial, check out dive into python. It's free and very easy to follow.

Named placeholders in string formatting

I am the author of a small library that does exactly what you want:

Student student = new Student("Andrei", 30, "Male");

String studStr = template("#{id}\tName: #{st.getName}, Age: #{st.getAge}, Gender: #{st.getGender}")
                    .arg("id", 10)
                    .arg("st", student)
                    .format();
System.out.println(studStr);

Or you can chain the arguments:

String result = template("#{x} + #{y} = #{z}")
                    .args("x", 5, "y", 10, "z", 15)
                    .format();
System.out.println(result);

// Output: "5 + 10 = 15"

How to store command results in a shell variable?

The syntax to store the command output into a variable is var=$(command).

So you can directly do:

result=$(ls -l | grep -c "rahul.*patle")

And the variable $result will contain the number of matches.

How to create table using select query in SQL Server?

select <column list> into <dest. table> from <source table>;

You could do this way.

SELECT windows_release, windows_service_pack_level, 
       windows_sku, os_language_version
into   new_table_name
FROM   sys.dm_os_windows_info OPTION (RECOMPILE);

How to dismiss keyboard for UITextView with return key?

You can also hide keyboard when touch in view screen:

- (void)touchesBegan:(NSSet *)touches withEvent:(UIEvent *)event {
     UITouch * touch = [touches anyObject];
     if(touch.phase == UITouchPhaseBegan) {
        [txtDetail resignFirstResponder];
      }
 }

"column not allowed here" error in INSERT statement

Like Scaffman said - You are missing quotes. Always when you are passing a value to varchar2 use quotes

INSERT INTO LOCATION VALUES('PQ95VM','HAPPY_STREET','FRANCE');

So one (') starts the string and the second (') closes it.

But if you want to add a quote symbol into a string for example:

My father told me: 'you have to be brave, son'.

You have to use a triple quote symbol like:

'My father told me: ''you have to be brave, son''.'

*adding quote method can vary on different db engines

How to set bootstrap navbar active class with Angular JS?

I just wrote a directive to handle this, so you can simply add the attribute bs-active-link to the parent <ul> element, and any time the route changed, it will find the matching link, and add the active class to the corresponding <li>.

You can see it in action here: http://jsfiddle.net/8mcedv3b/

Example HTML:

<ul class="nav navbar-nav" bs-active-link>
  <li><a href="/home">Home</a></li>
  <li><a href="/contact">Contact</a></li>
</ul>

Javascript:

angular.module('appName')
.directive('bsActiveLink', ['$location', function ($location) {
return {
    restrict: 'A', //use as attribute 
    replace: false,
    link: function (scope, elem) {
        //after the route has changed
        scope.$on("$routeChangeSuccess", function () {
            var hrefs = ['/#' + $location.path(),
                         '#' + $location.path(), //html5: false
                         $location.path()]; //html5: true
            angular.forEach(elem.find('a'), function (a) {
                a = angular.element(a);
                if (-1 !== hrefs.indexOf(a.attr('href'))) {
                    a.parent().addClass('active');
                } else {
                    a.parent().removeClass('active');   
                };
            });     
        });
    }
}
}]);

Ruby: How to get the first character of a string

You can use Ruby's open classes to make your code much more readable. For instance, this:

class String
  def initial
    self[0,1]
  end
end

will allow you to use the initial method on any string. So if you have the following variables:

last_name = "Smith"
first_name = "John"

Then you can get the initials very cleanly and readably:

puts first_name.initial   # prints J
puts last_name.initial    # prints S

The other method mentioned here doesn't work on Ruby 1.8 (not that you should be using 1.8 anymore anyway!--but when this answer was posted it was still quite common):

puts 'Smith'[0]           # prints 83

Of course, if you're not doing it on a regular basis, then defining the method might be overkill, and you could just do it directly:

puts last_name[0,1] 

Selectors in Objective-C?

As per apple docs: https://developer.apple.com/library/archive/documentation/General/Conceptual/DevPedia-CocoaCore/Selector.html

A selector is the name used to select a method to execute for an object, or the unique identifier that replaces the name when the source code is compiled. A selector by itself doesn’t do anything. It simply identifies a method. The only thing that makes the selector method name different from a plain string is that the compiler makes sure that selectors are unique. What makes a selector useful is that (in conjunction with the runtime) it acts like a dynamic function pointer that, for a given name, automatically points to the implementation of a method appropriate for whichever class it’s used with. Suppose you had a selector for the method run, and classes Dog, Athlete, and ComputerSimulation (each of which implemented a method run). The selector could be used with an instance of each of the classes to invoke its run method—even though the implementation might be different for each.

Example: (lldb) breakpoint --set selector viewDidLoad

This will set a breakpoint on all viewDidLoad implementations in your app. So selector is kind of a global identifier for a method.

How to handle onchange event on input type=file in jQuery?

This jsfiddle works fine for me.

$(document).delegate(':file', 'change', function() {
    console.log(this);
});

Note: .delegate() is the fastest event-binding method for jQuery < 1.7: event-binding methods

What are the default color values for the Holo theme on Android 4.0?

If you want the default colors of Android ICS, you just have to go to your Android SDK and look for this path: platforms\android-15\data\res\values\colors.xml.

Here you go:

<!-- For holo theme -->
    <drawable name="screen_background_holo_light">#fff3f3f3</drawable>
    <drawable name="screen_background_holo_dark">#ff000000</drawable>
    <color name="background_holo_dark">#ff000000</color>
    <color name="background_holo_light">#fff3f3f3</color>
    <color name="bright_foreground_holo_dark">@android:color/background_holo_light</color>
    <color name="bright_foreground_holo_light">@android:color/background_holo_dark</color>
    <color name="bright_foreground_disabled_holo_dark">#ff4c4c4c</color>
    <color name="bright_foreground_disabled_holo_light">#ffb2b2b2</color>
    <color name="bright_foreground_inverse_holo_dark">@android:color/bright_foreground_holo_light</color>
    <color name="bright_foreground_inverse_holo_light">@android:color/bright_foreground_holo_dark</color>
    <color name="dim_foreground_holo_dark">#bebebe</color>
    <color name="dim_foreground_disabled_holo_dark">#80bebebe</color>
    <color name="dim_foreground_inverse_holo_dark">#323232</color>
    <color name="dim_foreground_inverse_disabled_holo_dark">#80323232</color>
    <color name="hint_foreground_holo_dark">#808080</color>
    <color name="dim_foreground_holo_light">#323232</color>
    <color name="dim_foreground_disabled_holo_light">#80323232</color>
    <color name="dim_foreground_inverse_holo_light">#bebebe</color>
    <color name="dim_foreground_inverse_disabled_holo_light">#80bebebe</color>
    <color name="hint_foreground_holo_light">#808080</color>
    <color name="highlighted_text_holo_dark">#6633b5e5</color>
    <color name="highlighted_text_holo_light">#6633b5e5</color>
    <color name="link_text_holo_dark">#5c5cff</color>
    <color name="link_text_holo_light">#0000ee</color>

This for the Background:

<color name="background_holo_dark">#ff000000</color>
<color name="background_holo_light">#fff3f3f3</color>

You won't get the same colors if you look this up in Photoshop etc. because they are set up with Alpha values.

Update for API Level 19:

<resources>
    <drawable name="screen_background_light">#ffffffff</drawable>
    <drawable name="screen_background_dark">#ff000000</drawable>
    <drawable name="status_bar_closed_default_background">#ff000000</drawable>
    <drawable name="status_bar_opened_default_background">#ff000000</drawable>
    <drawable name="notification_item_background_color">#ff111111</drawable>
    <drawable name="notification_item_background_color_pressed">#ff454545</drawable>
    <drawable name="search_bar_default_color">#ff000000</drawable>
    <drawable name="safe_mode_background">#60000000</drawable>
    <!-- Background drawable that can be used for a transparent activity to
         be able to display a dark UI: this darkens its background to make
         a dark (default theme) UI more visible. -->
    <drawable name="screen_background_dark_transparent">#80000000</drawable>
    <!-- Background drawable that can be used for a transparent activity to
         be able to display a light UI: this lightens its background to make
         a light UI more visible. -->
    <drawable name="screen_background_light_transparent">#80ffffff</drawable>
    <color name="safe_mode_text">#80ffffff</color>
    <color name="white">#ffffffff</color>
    <color name="black">#ff000000</color>
    <color name="transparent">#00000000</color>
    <color name="background_dark">#ff000000</color>
    <color name="background_light">#ffffffff</color>
    <color name="bright_foreground_dark">@android:color/background_light</color>
    <color name="bright_foreground_light">@android:color/background_dark</color>
    <color name="bright_foreground_dark_disabled">#80ffffff</color>
    <color name="bright_foreground_light_disabled">#80000000</color>
    <color name="bright_foreground_dark_inverse">@android:color/bright_foreground_light</color>
    <color name="bright_foreground_light_inverse">@android:color/bright_foreground_dark</color>
    <color name="dim_foreground_dark">#bebebe</color>
    <color name="dim_foreground_dark_disabled">#80bebebe</color>
    <color name="dim_foreground_dark_inverse">#323232</color>
    <color name="dim_foreground_dark_inverse_disabled">#80323232</color>
    <color name="hint_foreground_dark">#808080</color>
    <color name="dim_foreground_light">#323232</color>
    <color name="dim_foreground_light_disabled">#80323232</color>
    <color name="dim_foreground_light_inverse">#bebebe</color>
    <color name="dim_foreground_light_inverse_disabled">#80bebebe</color>
    <color name="hint_foreground_light">#808080</color>
    <color name="highlighted_text_dark">#9983CC39</color>
    <color name="highlighted_text_light">#9983CC39</color>
    <color name="link_text_dark">#5c5cff</color>
    <color name="link_text_light">#0000ee</color>
    <color name="suggestion_highlight_text">#177bbd</color>

    <drawable name="stat_notify_sync_noanim">@drawable/stat_notify_sync_anim0</drawable>
    <drawable name="stat_sys_download_done">@drawable/stat_sys_download_done_static</drawable>
    <drawable name="stat_sys_upload_done">@drawable/stat_sys_upload_anim0</drawable>
    <drawable name="dialog_frame">@drawable/panel_background</drawable>
    <drawable name="alert_dark_frame">@drawable/popup_full_dark</drawable>
    <drawable name="alert_light_frame">@drawable/popup_full_bright</drawable>
    <drawable name="menu_frame">@drawable/menu_background</drawable>
    <drawable name="menu_full_frame">@drawable/menu_background_fill_parent_width</drawable>
    <drawable name="editbox_dropdown_dark_frame">@drawable/editbox_dropdown_background_dark</drawable>
    <drawable name="editbox_dropdown_light_frame">@drawable/editbox_dropdown_background</drawable>

    <drawable name="dialog_holo_dark_frame">@drawable/dialog_full_holo_dark</drawable>
    <drawable name="dialog_holo_light_frame">@drawable/dialog_full_holo_light</drawable>

    <drawable name="input_method_fullscreen_background">#fff9f9f9</drawable>
    <drawable name="input_method_fullscreen_background_holo">@drawable/screen_background_holo_dark</drawable>
    <color name="input_method_navigation_guard">#ff000000</color>

    <!-- For date picker widget -->
    <drawable name="selected_day_background">#ff0092f4</drawable>

    <!-- For settings framework -->
    <color name="lighter_gray">#ddd</color>
    <color name="darker_gray">#aaa</color>

    <!-- For security permissions -->
    <color name="perms_dangerous_grp_color">#33b5e5</color>
    <color name="perms_dangerous_perm_color">#33b5e5</color>
    <color name="shadow">#cc222222</color>
    <color name="perms_costs_money">#ffffbb33</color>

    <!-- For search-related UIs -->
    <color name="search_url_text_normal">#7fa87f</color>
    <color name="search_url_text_selected">@android:color/black</color>
    <color name="search_url_text_pressed">@android:color/black</color>
    <color name="search_widget_corpus_item_background">@android:color/lighter_gray</color>

    <!-- SlidingTab -->
    <color name="sliding_tab_text_color_active">@android:color/black</color>
    <color name="sliding_tab_text_color_shadow">@android:color/black</color>

    <!-- keyguard tab -->
    <color name="keyguard_text_color_normal">#ffffff</color>
    <color name="keyguard_text_color_unlock">#a7d84c</color>
    <color name="keyguard_text_color_soundoff">#ffffff</color>
    <color name="keyguard_text_color_soundon">#e69310</color>
    <color name="keyguard_text_color_decline">#fe0a5a</color>

    <!-- keyguard clock -->
    <color name="lockscreen_clock_background">#ffffffff</color>
    <color name="lockscreen_clock_foreground">#ffffffff</color>
    <color name="lockscreen_clock_am_pm">#ffffffff</color>
    <color name="lockscreen_owner_info">#ff9a9a9a</color>

    <!-- keyguard overscroll widget pager -->
    <color name="kg_multi_user_text_active">#ffffffff</color>
    <color name="kg_multi_user_text_inactive">#ff808080</color>
    <color name="kg_widget_pager_gradient">#ffffffff</color>

    <!-- FaceLock -->
    <color name="facelock_spotlight_mask">#CC000000</color>

    <!-- For holo theme -->
      <drawable name="screen_background_holo_light">#fff3f3f3</drawable>
      <drawable name="screen_background_holo_dark">#ff000000</drawable>
    <color name="background_holo_dark">#ff000000</color>
    <color name="background_holo_light">#fff3f3f3</color>
    <color name="bright_foreground_holo_dark">@android:color/background_holo_light</color>
    <color name="bright_foreground_holo_light">@android:color/background_holo_dark</color>
    <color name="bright_foreground_disabled_holo_dark">#ff4c4c4c</color>
    <color name="bright_foreground_disabled_holo_light">#ffb2b2b2</color>
    <color name="bright_foreground_inverse_holo_dark">@android:color/bright_foreground_holo_light</color>
    <color name="bright_foreground_inverse_holo_light">@android:color/bright_foreground_holo_dark</color>
    <color name="dim_foreground_holo_dark">#bebebe</color>
    <color name="dim_foreground_disabled_holo_dark">#80bebebe</color>
    <color name="dim_foreground_inverse_holo_dark">#323232</color>
    <color name="dim_foreground_inverse_disabled_holo_dark">#80323232</color>
    <color name="hint_foreground_holo_dark">#808080</color>
    <color name="dim_foreground_holo_light">#323232</color>
    <color name="dim_foreground_disabled_holo_light">#80323232</color>
    <color name="dim_foreground_inverse_holo_light">#bebebe</color>
    <color name="dim_foreground_inverse_disabled_holo_light">#80bebebe</color>
    <color name="hint_foreground_holo_light">#808080</color>
    <color name="highlighted_text_holo_dark">#6633b5e5</color>
    <color name="highlighted_text_holo_light">#6633b5e5</color>
    <color name="link_text_holo_dark">#5c5cff</color>
    <color name="link_text_holo_light">#0000ee</color>

    <!-- Group buttons -->
    <eat-comment />
    <color name="group_button_dialog_pressed_holo_dark">#46c5c1ff</color>
    <color name="group_button_dialog_focused_holo_dark">#2699cc00</color>

    <color name="group_button_dialog_pressed_holo_light">#ffffffff</color>
    <color name="group_button_dialog_focused_holo_light">#4699cc00</color>

    <!-- Highlight colors for the legacy themes -->
    <eat-comment />
    <color name="legacy_pressed_highlight">#fffeaa0c</color>
    <color name="legacy_selected_highlight">#fff17a0a</color>
    <color name="legacy_long_pressed_highlight">#ffffffff</color>

    <!-- General purpose colors for Holo-themed elements -->
    <eat-comment />

    <!-- A light Holo shade of blue -->
    <color name="holo_blue_light">#ff33b5e5</color>
    <!-- A light Holo shade of gray -->
    <color name="holo_gray_light">#33999999</color>
    <!-- A light Holo shade of green -->
    <color name="holo_green_light">#ff99cc00</color>
    <!-- A light Holo shade of red -->
    <color name="holo_red_light">#ffff4444</color>
    <!-- A dark Holo shade of blue -->
    <color name="holo_blue_dark">#ff0099cc</color>
    <!-- A dark Holo shade of green -->
    <color name="holo_green_dark">#ff669900</color>
    <!-- A dark Holo shade of red -->
    <color name="holo_red_dark">#ffcc0000</color>
    <!-- A Holo shade of purple -->
    <color name="holo_purple">#ffaa66cc</color>
    <!-- A light Holo shade of orange -->
    <color name="holo_orange_light">#ffffbb33</color>
    <!-- A dark Holo shade of orange -->
    <color name="holo_orange_dark">#ffff8800</color>
    <!-- A really bright Holo shade of blue -->
    <color name="holo_blue_bright">#ff00ddff</color>
    <!-- A really bright Holo shade of gray -->
    <color name="holo_gray_bright">#33CCCCCC</color>

    <drawable name="notification_template_icon_bg">#3333B5E5</drawable>
    <drawable name="notification_template_icon_low_bg">#0cffffff</drawable>

    <!-- Keyguard colors -->
    <color name="keyguard_avatar_frame_color">#ffffffff</color>
    <color name="keyguard_avatar_frame_shadow_color">#80000000</color>
    <color name="keyguard_avatar_nick_color">#ffffffff</color>
    <color name="keyguard_avatar_frame_pressed_color">#ff35b5e5</color>

    <color name="accessibility_focus_highlight">#80ffff00</color>
</resources>

What is the best (and safest) way to merge a Git branch into master?

How I would do this

git checkout master
git pull origin master
git merge test
git push origin master

If I have a local branch from a remote one, I don't feel comfortable with merging other branches than this one with the remote. Also I would not push my changes, until I'm happy with what I want to push and also I wouldn't push things at all, that are only for me and my local repository. In your description it seems, that test is only for you? So no reason to publish it.

git always tries to respect yours and others changes, and so will --rebase. I don't think I can explain it appropriately, so have a look at the Git book - Rebasing or git-ready: Intro into rebasing for a little description. It's a quite cool feature

What's the best way to store co-ordinates (longitude/latitude, from Google Maps) in SQL Server?

If you are using Entity Framework 5 < you can use DbGeography. Example from MSDN:

public class University  
{ 
    public int UniversityID { get; set; } 
    public string Name { get; set; } 
    public DbGeography Location { get; set; } 
}

public partial class UniversityContext : DbContext 
{ 
    public DbSet<University> Universities { get; set; } 
}

using (var context = new UniversityContext ()) 
{ 
    context.Universities.Add(new University() 
        { 
            Name = "Graphic Design Institute", 
            Location = DbGeography.FromText("POINT(-122.336106 47.605049)"), 
        }); 

    context. Universities.Add(new University() 
        { 
            Name = "School of Fine Art", 
            Location = DbGeography.FromText("POINT(-122.335197 47.646711)"), 
        }); 

    context.SaveChanges(); 

    var myLocation = DbGeography.FromText("POINT(-122.296623 47.640405)"); 

    var university = (from u in context.Universities 
                        orderby u.Location.Distance(myLocation) 
                        select u).FirstOrDefault(); 

    Console.WriteLine( 
        "The closest University to you is: {0}.", 
        university.Name); 
}

https://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/hh859721(v=vs.113).aspx

Something I struggled with then I started using DbGeography was the coordinateSystemId. See the answer below for an excellent explanation and source for the code below.

public class GeoHelper
{
    public const int SridGoogleMaps = 4326;
    public const int SridCustomMap = 3857;

    public static DbGeography FromLatLng(double lat, double lng)
    {
        return DbGeography.PointFromText(
            "POINT("
            + lng.ToString() + " "
            + lat.ToString() + ")",
            SridGoogleMaps);
    }
}

https://stackoverflow.com/a/25563269/3850405

How can I exclude all "permission denied" messages from "find"?

You can use the grep -v invert-match

-v, --invert-match        select non-matching lines

like this:

find . > files_and_folders
cat files_and_folders | grep -v "permission denied" > files_and_folders

Should to the magic

How can I make Bootstrap columns all the same height?

You can use inline-flex as well which works pretty good and may be a little cleaner than modifying every row element with CSS.

For my project I wanted every row who's child elements had borders to be the same height so the borders would look jagged. For this I created a simple css class.

.row.borders{
    display: inline-flex;
    width: 100%;
}

Inserting line breaks into PDF

Your code reads

$pdf->InsertText('Line one\n\nLine two');

I don't know about the PDF library you're using but normally if you want \n to be interpreted as a line break you must use double quotes in PHP, e.g.

$pdf->InsertText("Line one\n\nLine two");

How to replace plain URLs with links?

This solution works like many of the others, and in fact uses the same regex as one of them, however in stead of returning a HTML String this will return a document fragment containing the A element and any applicable text nodes.

 function make_link(string) {
    var words = string.split(' '),
        ret = document.createDocumentFragment();
    for (var i = 0, l = words.length; i < l; i++) {
        if (words[i].match(/[-a-zA-Z0-9@:%_\+.~#?&//=]{2,256}\.[a-z]{2,4}\b(\/[-a-zA-Z0-9@:%_\+.~#?&//=]*)?/gi)) {
            var elm = document.createElement('a');
            elm.href = words[i];
            elm.textContent = words[i];
            if (ret.childNodes.length > 0) {
                ret.lastChild.textContent += ' ';
            }
            ret.appendChild(elm);
        } else {
            if (ret.lastChild && ret.lastChild.nodeType === 3) {
                ret.lastChild.textContent += ' ' + words[i];
            } else {
                ret.appendChild(document.createTextNode(' ' + words[i]));
            }
        }
    }
    return ret;
}

There are some caveats, namely with older IE and textContent support.

here is a demo.

Height equal to dynamic width (CSS fluid layout)

[Update: Although I discovered this trick independently, I’ve since learned that Thierry Koblentz beat me to it. You can find his 2009 article on A List Apart. Credit where credit is due.]

I know this is an old question, but I encountered a similar problem that I did solve only with CSS. Here is my blog post that discusses the solution. Included in the post is a live example. Code is reposted below.

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#container {
  display: inline-block;
  position: relative;
  width: 50%;
}

#dummy {
  margin-top: 75%;
  /* 4:3 aspect ratio */
}

#element {
  position: absolute;
  top: 0;
  bottom: 0;
  left: 0;
  right: 0;
  background-color: silver/* show me! */
}
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<div id="container">
  <div id="dummy"></div>
  <div id="element">
    some text
  </div>
</div>
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Is it possible in Java to catch two exceptions in the same catch block?

Java <= 6.x just allows you to catch one exception for each catch block:

try {

} catch (ExceptionType name) {

} catch (ExceptionType name) {

}

Documentation:

Each catch block is an exception handler and handles the type of exception indicated by its argument. The argument type, ExceptionType, declares the type of exception that the handler can handle and must be the name of a class that inherits from the Throwable class.

For Java 7 you can have multiple Exception caught on one catch block:

catch (IOException|SQLException ex) {
    logger.log(ex);
    throw ex;
}

Documentation:

In Java SE 7 and later, a single catch block can handle more than one type of exception. This feature can reduce code duplication and lessen the temptation to catch an overly broad exception.

Reference: http://docs.oracle.com/javase/tutorial/essential/exceptions/catch.html