Programs & Examples On #Sql date functions

Oracle date function for the previous month

Data for last month-

select count(distinct switch_id)
  from [email protected]
 where dealer_name =  'XXXX'
   and to_char(CREATION_DATE,'MMYYYY') = to_char(add_months(trunc(sysdate),-1),'MMYYYY');

Detect end of ScrollView

Did it!

Aside of the fix Alexandre kindly provide me, I had to create an Interface:

public interface ScrollViewListener {
    void onScrollChanged(ScrollViewExt scrollView, 
                         int x, int y, int oldx, int oldy);
}

Then, i had to override the OnScrollChanged method from ScrollView in my ScrollViewExt:

public class ScrollViewExt extends ScrollView {
    private ScrollViewListener scrollViewListener = null;
    public ScrollViewExt(Context context) {
        super(context);
    }

    public ScrollViewExt(Context context, AttributeSet attrs, int defStyle) {
        super(context, attrs, defStyle);
    }

    public ScrollViewExt(Context context, AttributeSet attrs) {
        super(context, attrs);
    }

    public void setScrollViewListener(ScrollViewListener scrollViewListener) {
        this.scrollViewListener = scrollViewListener;
    }

    @Override
    protected void onScrollChanged(int l, int t, int oldl, int oldt) {
        super.onScrollChanged(l, t, oldl, oldt);
        if (scrollViewListener != null) {
            scrollViewListener.onScrollChanged(this, l, t, oldl, oldt);
        }
    }
}

Now, as Alexandre said, put the package name in the XML tag (my fault), make my Activity class implement the interface created before, and then, put it all together:

scroll = (ScrollViewExt) findViewById(R.id.scrollView1);
scroll.setScrollViewListener(this);

And in the method OnScrollChanged, from the interface...

@Override
public void onScrollChanged(ScrollViewExt scrollView, int x, int y, int oldx, int oldy) {
    // We take the last son in the scrollview
    View view = (View) scrollView.getChildAt(scrollView.getChildCount() - 1);
    int diff = (view.getBottom() - (scrollView.getHeight() + scrollView.getScrollY()));

    // if diff is zero, then the bottom has been reached
    if (diff == 0) {
        // do stuff
    }
}

And it worked!

Thank you very much for your help, Alexandre!

How to pass an array into a function, and return the results with an array

Try

$waffles = foo($waffles);

Or pass the array by reference, like suggested in the other answers.

In addition, you can add new elements to an array without writing the index, e.g.

$waffles = array(1,2,3); // filling on initialization

or

$waffles = array();
$waffles[] = 1;
$waffles[] = 2;
$waffles[] = 3;

On a sidenote, if you want to sum all values in an array, use array_sum()

How do I import .sql files into SQLite 3?

Use sqlite3 database.sqlite3 < db.sql. You'll need to make sure that your files contain valid SQL for SQLite.

How can I split a JavaScript string by white space or comma?

"my, tags are, in here".split(/[ ,]+/)

the result is :

["my", "tags", "are", "in", "here"]

Creating folders inside a GitHub repository without using Git

You can also just enter the website and:

  1. Choose a repository you have write access to (example URL)
  2. Click "Upload files"
  3. Drag and drop a folder with files into the "Drag files here to add them to your repository" area.

The same limitation applies here: the folder must contain at least one file inside it.

How to create folder with PHP code?

... You can then use copy() to duplicate a PHP file, although this sounds incredibly inefficient.

is there any IE8 only css hack?

I was looking for a good option for IE10 and below CSS styling (but it would work for IE8 only as well) and I came up with this idea:

<!--[if lt IE 10]><div class="column IE10-fix"><![endif]-->
<!--[if !lt IE 10]><!--><div class="column"><!--<![endif]-->

I declare my div or whatever you want with an extra class, this allows me to have extra CSS in the same stylesheet in a very readable manner.

It's W3C valid and not a weird CSS hack.

Shell script to set environment variables

I cannot solve it with source ./myscript.sh. It says the source not found error.
Failed also when using . ./myscript.sh. It gives can't open myscript.sh.

So my option is put it in a text file to be called in the next script.

#!/bin/sh
echo "Perform Operation in su mode"
echo "ARCH=arm" >> environment.txt
echo "Export ARCH=arm Executed"
export PATH="/home/linux/Practise/linux-devkit/bin/:$PATH"
echo "Export path done"
export "CROSS_COMPILE='/home/linux/Practise/linux-devkit/bin/arm-arago-linux-gnueabi-' ## What's next to -?" >> environment.txt
echo "Export CROSS_COMPILE done"
# continue your compilation commands here
...

Tnen call it whenever is needed:

while read -r line; do
    line=$(sed -e 's/[[:space:]]*$//' <<<${line})
    var=`echo $line | cut -d '=' -f1`; test=$(echo $var)
    if [ -z "$(test)" ];then eval export "$line";fi
done <environment.txt

JavaScript and getElementById for multiple elements with the same ID

I know this is an old question and that an HTML page with multiple IDs is invalid. However, I ran into this issues while needing to scrape and reformat someone else's API's HTML documentation that contained duplicate IDs (invalid HTML).

So for anyone else, here is the code I used to work around the issue using querySelectorAll:

var elms = document.querySelectorAll("[id='duplicateID']");

for(var i = 0; i < elms.length; i++) 
  elms[i].style.display='none'; // <-- whatever you need to do here.

Where is the documentation for the values() method of Enum?

You can't see this method in javadoc because it's added by the compiler.

Documented in three places :

The compiler automatically adds some special methods when it creates an enum. For example, they have a static values method that returns an array containing all of the values of the enum in the order they are declared. This method is commonly used in combination with the for-each construct to iterate over the values of an enum type.

  • Enum.valueOf class
    (The special implicit values method is mentioned in description of valueOf method)

All the constants of an enum type can be obtained by calling the implicit public static T[] values() method of that type.

The values function simply list all values of the enumeration.

Add CSS class to a div in code behind

What if:

 <asp:Button ID="Button1" runat="server" CssClass="test1 test3 test-test" />

To add or remove a class, instead of overwriting all classes with

   BtnventCss.CssClass = "hom_but_a"

keep the HTML correct:

    string classname = "TestClass";

    // Add a class
    BtnventCss.CssClass = String.Join(" ", Button1
               .CssClass
               .Split(' ')
               .Except(new string[]{"",classname})
               .Concat(new string[]{classname})
               .ToArray()
       );

     // Remove a class
     BtnventCss.CssClass = String.Join(" ", Button1
               .CssClass
               .Split(' ')
               .Except(new string[]{"",classname})
               .ToArray()
       );

This assures

  • The original classnames remain.
  • There are no double classnames
  • There are no disturbing extra spaces

Especially when client-side development is using several classnames on one element.

In your example, use

   string classname = "TestClass";

    // Add a class
    Button1.Attributes.Add("class", String.Join(" ", Button1
               .Attributes["class"]
               .Split(' ')
               .Except(new string[]{"",classname})
               .Concat(new string[]{classname})
               .ToArray()
       ));

     // Remove a class
     Button1.Attributes.Add("class", String.Join(" ", Button1
               .Attributes["class"]
               .Split(' ')
               .Except(new string[]{"",classname})
               .ToArray()
       ));

You should wrap this in a method/property ;)

"Error: Main method not found in class MyClass, please define the main method as..."

Generally, it means the program you are trying to run does not have a "main" method. If you are going to execute a Java program, the class being executed must have a main method:

For example, in the file Foo.java

public class Foo {
    public static void main(final String args[]) {
        System.out.println("hello");
    }
}

This program should compile and run no problem - if main was called something else, or was not static, it would generate the error you experienced.

Every executable program, regardless of language, needs an entry point, to tell the interpreter, operating system or machine where to start execution. In Java's case, this is the static method main, which is passed the parameter args[] containing the command line arguments. This method is equivalent to int main(int argc, char** argv) in C language.

Max retries exceeded with URL in requests

just import time and add :

time.sleep(6)

somewhere in the for loop, to avoid sending too many request to the server in a short time. the number 6 means: 6 seconds. keep testing numbers starting from 1, until you reach the minimum seconds that will help to avoid the problem.

How to debug Google Apps Script (aka where does Logger.log log to?)

Currently you are confined to the container bound nature of using scripts within docs. If you create a new script inside outside of docs then you will be able to export information to a google spreadsheet and use it like a logging tool.

For example in your first code block

function setCheckboxes() {

    // Add your spreadsheet data
    var errorSheet = SpreadsheetApp.openById('EnterSpreadSheetIDHere').getSheetByName('EnterSheetNameHere');
    var cell = errorSheet.getRange('A1').offset(errorSheet.getLastRow(),0);

    // existing code
    var checklist = SpreadsheetApp.getActiveSpreadsheet().getSheetByName("checklist");
    var checklist_data_range = checklist.getDataRange();
    var checklist_num_rows = checklist_data_range.getNumRows();

    // existing logger
    Logger.log("checklist num rows: " + checklist_num_rows);

   //We can pass the information to the sheet using cell.setValue()
    cell.setValue(new Date() + "Checklist num rows: " + checklist_num_rows);

When I'm working with GAS I have two monitors ( you can use two windows ) set up with one containing the GAS environment and the other containing the SS so I can write information to and log.

Android, How to read QR code in my application?

I've created a simple example tutorial. You can read this and use in your application.

http://ribinsandroidhelper.blogspot.in/2013/03/qr-code-reading-on-your-application.html

Through this link you can download the qrcode library project and import into your workspace and add library to your project

and copy this code to your activity

 Intent intent = new Intent("com.google.zxing.client.android.SCAN");
 startActivityForResult(intent, 0);

 public void onActivityResult(int requestCode, int resultCode, Intent intent) {
     if (requestCode == 0) {
         if (resultCode == RESULT_OK) {
             String contents = intent.getStringExtra("SCAN_RESULT");
             String format = intent.getStringExtra("SCAN_RESULT_FORMAT");
             Toast.makeText(this, contents,Toast.LENGTH_LONG).show();
             // Handle successful scan
         } else if (resultCode == RESULT_CANCELED) {
             //Handle cancel
         }
     }
}

How to get GET (query string) variables in Express.js on Node.js?

In Express it's already done for you and you can simply use req.query for that:

var id = req.query.id; // $_GET["id"]

Otherwise, in NodeJS, you can access req.url and the builtin url module to url.parse it manually:

var url = require('url');
var url_parts = url.parse(request.url, true);
var query = url_parts.query;

document.getelementbyId will return null if element is not defined?

Yes it will return null if it's not present you can try this below in the demo. Both will return true. The first elements exists the second doesn't.

Demo

Html

<div id="xx"></div>

Javascript:

   if (document.getElementById('xx') !=null) 
     console.log('it exists!');

   if (document.getElementById('xxThisisNotAnElementOnThePage') ==null) 
     console.log('does not exist!');

How to connect to remote Redis server?

One thing that confused me a little bit with this command is that if redis-cli fails to connect using the passed connection string it will still put you in the redis-cli shell, i.e:

redis-cli
Could not connect to Redis at 127.0.0.1:6379: Connection refused
not connected> 

You'll then need to exit to get yourself out of the shell. I wasn't paying much attention here and kept passing in new redis-cli commands wondering why the command wasn't using my passed connection string.

How to check programmatically if an application is installed or not in Android?

Cleaner solution (without try-catch) than the accepted answer (based on AndroidRate Library):

public static boolean isPackageExists(@NonNull final Context context, @NonNull final String targetPackage) {
    List<ApplicationInfo> packages = context.getPackageManager().getInstalledApplications(0);
    for (ApplicationInfo packageInfo : packages) {
        if (targetPackage.equals(packageInfo.packageName)) {
            return true;
        }
    }
    return false;
}

How to send an email from JavaScript

Another way to send email from JavaScript, is to use directtomx.com as follows;

 Email = {
 Send : function (to,from,subject,body,apikey)
    {
        if (apikey == undefined)
        {
            apikey = Email.apikey;
        }
        var nocache= Math.floor((Math.random() * 1000000) + 1);
        var strUrl = "http://directtomx.azurewebsites.net/mx.asmx/Send?";
        strUrl += "apikey=" + apikey;
        strUrl += "&from=" + from;
        strUrl += "&to=" + to;
        strUrl += "&subject=" + encodeURIComponent(subject);
        strUrl += "&body=" + encodeURIComponent(body);
        strUrl += "&cachebuster=" + nocache;
        Email.addScript(strUrl);
    },
    apikey : "",
    addScript : function(src){
            var s = document.createElement( 'link' );
            s.setAttribute( 'rel', 'stylesheet' );
            s.setAttribute( 'type', 'text/xml' );
            s.setAttribute( 'href', src);
            document.body.appendChild( s );
    }
};

Then call it from your page as follows;

 window.onload = function(){
    Email.apikey = "-- Your api key ---";
    Email.Send("[email protected]","[email protected]","Sent","Worked!");
 }

Uncaught TypeError: Cannot read property 'msie' of undefined - jQuery tools

Use like blow

$(function (a) {

. . . . .then in your function you can using msie property like

if (a.browser.msie) 
{
}
else 
{
   $(settings.current).after(Uploadelement);
}

goodluck

Solving "DLL load failed: %1 is not a valid Win32 application." for Pygame

I had installed Python 32 bit version and psycopg2 64 bit version to get this problem. I installed psycopg2 32 bit version and then it worked.

All ASP.NET Web API controllers return 404

I have dozens of installations of my app with different clients which all worked fine and then this one just always returned 404 on all api calls. It turns out that when I created the application pool in IIS for this client it defaulted to .net framework 2.0 instead of 4.0 and I missed it. This caused the 404 error. Seems to me this should have been a 500 error. Very misleading Microsoft!

Uncaught TypeError: Cannot read property 'split' of undefined

og_date = "2012-10-01";
console.log(og_date); // => "2012-10-01"

console.log(og_date.split('-')); // => [ '2012', '10', '01' ]

og_date.value would only work if the date were stored as a property on the og_date object. Such as: var og_date = {}; og_date.value="2012-10-01"; In that case, your original console.log would work.

Change value of input placeholder via model?

As Wagner Francisco said, (in JADE)

input(type="text", ng-model="someModel", placeholder="{{someScopeVariable}}")`

And in your controller :

$scope.someScopeVariable = 'somevalue'

Use of "global" keyword in Python

The keyword global is only useful to change or create global variables in a local context, although creating global variables is seldom considered a good solution.

def bob():
    me = "locally defined"    # Defined only in local context
    print(me)

bob()
print(me)     # Asking for a global variable

The above will give you:

locally defined
Traceback (most recent call last):
  File "file.py", line 9, in <module>
    print(me)
NameError: name 'me' is not defined

While if you use the global statement, the variable will become available "outside" the scope of the function, effectively becoming a global variable.

def bob():
    global me
    me = "locally defined"   # Defined locally but declared as global
    print(me)

bob()
print(me)     # Asking for a global variable

So the above code will give you:

locally defined
locally defined

In addition, due to the nature of python, you could also use global to declare functions, classes or other objects in a local context. Although I would advise against it since it causes nightmares if something goes wrong or needs debugging.

How do I get unique elements in this array?

Have you looked at this page?

http://www.mongodb.org/display/DOCS/Aggregation#Aggregation-Distinct

That might save you some time?

eg db.addresses.distinct("zip-code");

Getting TypeError: __init__() missing 1 required positional argument: 'on_delete' when trying to add parent table after child table with entries

If you are using foreignkey then you have to use "on_delete=models.CASCADE" as it will eliminate the complexity developed after deleting the original element from the parent table. As simple as that.

categorie = models.ForeignKey('Categorie', on_delete=models.CASCADE)

How can I remove the "No file chosen" tooltip from a file input in Chrome?

I know it is a bit of a hack, but all I required was to set the color to transparent in the style sheet - inline would look like this style="color:transparent;".

Is it possible to assign a base class object to a derived class reference with an explicit typecast?

No, see this question which I asked - Upcasting in .NET using generics

The best way is to make a default constructor on the class, construct and then call an Initialise method

Convert ASCII TO UTF-8 Encoding

If you know for sure that your current encoding is pure ASCII, then you don't have to do anything because ASCII is already a valid UTF-8.

But if you still want to convert, just to be sure that its UTF-8, then you can use iconv

$string = iconv('ASCII', 'UTF-8//IGNORE', $string);

The IGNORE will discard any invalid characters just in case some were not valid ASCII.

How to close Browser Tab After Submitting a Form?

If you have to use the same page as the action, you cannot use onSubmit="window.close();" as it will close the window before the response is received. You have to dinamycally output a JS snippet that closes the window after the SQL data is processed. It would however be far more elegant to use another page as the form action.

Reading a key from the Web.Config using ConfigurationManager

If the caller is another project, you should write the config in caller project not the called one.

Android AlertDialog Single Button

Another approach

Builder alert = new AlertDialog.Builder(ActivityName.this);
alert.setTitle("Doctor");
alert.setMessage("message");
alert.setPositiveButton("OK",null);
alert.show(); 

Bonus

AlertDialog.Builder builder = new AlertDialog.Builder(YourActivityName.this);
builder.setMessage("Message dialog with three buttons");

       builder.setPositiveButton("YES", new DialogInterface.OnClickListener() {
           public void onClick(DialogInterface dialog, int id) {
                //do things
           }
       });

      builder.setNegativeButton("NO", new DialogInterface.OnClickListener() {
           public void onClick(DialogInterface dialog, int id) {
                //do things
           }
       });

       builder.setNeutralButton("CANCEL", new DialogInterface.OnClickListener()     {
           public void onClick(DialogInterface dialog, int id) {
                //do things
           }
       });
AlertDialog alert = builder.create();
alert.show();

Now it is up to you to use one,two or three buttons..

How to view kafka message

If you doing from windows folder, I mean if you are using the kafka from windows machine

kafka-console-consumer.bat --bootstrap-server localhost:9092 --<topic-name> test --from-beginning

Writing file to web server - ASP.NET

protected void TestSubmit_ServerClick(object sender, EventArgs e)
{
  using (StreamWriter _testData = new StreamWriter(Server.MapPath("~/data.txt"), true))
 {
  _testData.WriteLine(TextBox1.Text); // Write the file.
 }         
}

Server.MapPath takes a virtual path and returns an absolute one. "~" is used to resolve to the application root.

Good Patterns For VBA Error Handling

I use a piece of code that i developed myself and it is pretty good for my codes:

In the beginning of the function or sub, I define:

On error Goto ErrorCatcher:

and then, I handle the possible errors

ErrorCatcher:
Select Case Err.Number

Case 0 'exit the code when no error was raised
    On Error GoTo 0
    Exit Function
Case 1 'Error on definition of object
    'do stuff
Case... 'little description here
    'do stuff
Case Else
    Debug.Print "###ERROR"
    Debug.Print "   • Number  :", Err.Number
    Debug.Print "   • Descrip :", Err.Description
    Debug.Print "   • Source  :", Err.Source
    Debug.Print "   • HelpCont:", Err.HelpContext
    Debug.Print "   • LastDLL :", Err.LastDllError
    Stop
    Err.Clear
    Resume
End Select

What is the difference between the remap, noremap, nnoremap and vnoremap mapping commands in Vim?

remap is an option that makes mappings work recursively. By default it is on and I'd recommend you leave it that way. The rest are mapping commands, described below:

:map and :noremap are recursive and non-recursive versions of the various mapping commands. For example, if we run:

:map j gg           (moves cursor to first line)
:map Q j            (moves cursor to first line)
:noremap W j        (moves cursor down one line)

Then:

  • j will be mapped to gg.
  • Q will also be mapped to gg, because j will be expanded for the recursive mapping.
  • W will be mapped to j (and not to gg) because j will not be expanded for the non-recursive mapping.

Now remember that Vim is a modal editor. It has a normal mode, visual mode and other modes.

For each of these sets of mappings, there is a mapping that works in normal, visual, select and operator modes (:map and :noremap), one that works in normal mode (:nmap and :nnoremap), one in visual mode (:vmap and :vnoremap) and so on.

For more guidance on this, see:

:help :map
:help :noremap
:help recursive_mapping
:help :map-modes

Error: Cannot find module 'webpack'

If you have installed a node package and are still getting message that the package is undefined, you might have an issue with the PATH linking to the binary. Just to clarify a binary and executable essentially do the same thing, which is to execute a package or application. ei webpack... executes the node package webpack.

In both Windows and Linux there is a global binary folder. In Windows I believe it's something like C://Windows/System32 and in Linux it's usr/bin. When you open the terminal/command prompt, the profile of it links the PATH variable to the global bin folder so you are able to execute packages/applications from it.

My best guess is that installing webpack globally may not have successfully put the executable file in the global binary folder. Without the executable there, you will get an error message. It could be another issue, but it is safe to say the that if you are here reading this, running webpack globally is not working for you.

My resolution to this problem is to do away with running webpack globally and link the PATH to the node_module binary folder, which is /node_modules/.bin.

WINDOWS: add node_modules/.bin to your PATH. Here is a tutorial on how to change the PATH variable in windows.

LINUX: Go to your project root and execute this...

export PATH=$PWD/node_modules/.bin:$PATH 

In Linux you will have to execute this command every time you open your terminal. This link here shows you how to make a change to your PATH variable permanent.

Determine if running on a rooted device

Root check at Java level is not a safe solution. If your app has Security Concerns to run on a Rooted device , then please use this solution.

Kevin's answer works unless the phone also has an app like RootCloak . Such apps have a Handle over Java APIs once phone is rooted and they mock these APIs to return phone is not rooted.

I have written a native level code based on Kevin's answer , it works even with RootCloak ! Also it does not cause any memory leak issues.

#include <string.h>
#include <jni.h>
#include <time.h>
#include <sys/stat.h>
#include <stdio.h>
#include "android_log.h"
#include <errno.h>
#include <unistd.h>
#include <sys/system_properties.h>

JNIEXPORT int JNICALL Java_com_test_RootUtils_checkRootAccessMethod1(
        JNIEnv* env, jobject thiz) {


    //Access function checks whether a particular file can be accessed
    int result = access("/system/app/Superuser.apk",F_OK);

    ANDROID_LOGV( "File Access Result %d\n", result);

    int len;
    char build_tags[PROP_VALUE_MAX]; // PROP_VALUE_MAX from <sys/system_properties.h>.
    len = __system_property_get(ANDROID_OS_BUILD_TAGS, build_tags); // On return, len will equal (int)strlen(model_id).
    if(strcmp(build_tags,"test-keys") == 0){
        ANDROID_LOGV( "Device has test keys\n", build_tags);
        result = 0;
    }
    ANDROID_LOGV( "File Access Result %s\n", build_tags);
    return result;

}

JNIEXPORT int JNICALL Java_com_test_RootUtils_checkRootAccessMethod2(
        JNIEnv* env, jobject thiz) {
    //which command is enabled only after Busy box is installed on a rooted device
    //Outpput of which command is the path to su file. On a non rooted device , we will get a null/ empty path
    //char* cmd = const_cast<char *>"which su";
    FILE* pipe = popen("which su", "r");
    if (!pipe) return -1;
    char buffer[128];
    std::string resultCmd = "";
    while(!feof(pipe)) {
        if(fgets(buffer, 128, pipe) != NULL)
            resultCmd += buffer;
    }
    pclose(pipe);

    const char *cstr = resultCmd.c_str();
    int result = -1;
    if(cstr == NULL || (strlen(cstr) == 0)){
        ANDROID_LOGV( "Result of Which command is Null");
    }else{
        result = 0;
        ANDROID_LOGV( "Result of Which command %s\n", cstr);
        }
    return result;

}

JNIEXPORT int JNICALL Java_com_test_RootUtils_checkRootAccessMethod3(
        JNIEnv* env, jobject thiz) {


    int len;
    char build_tags[PROP_VALUE_MAX]; // PROP_VALUE_MAX from <sys/system_properties.h>.
    int result = -1;
    len = __system_property_get(ANDROID_OS_BUILD_TAGS, build_tags); // On return, len will equal (int)strlen(model_id).
    if(len >0 && strstr(build_tags,"test-keys") != NULL){
        ANDROID_LOGV( "Device has test keys\n", build_tags);
        result = 0;
    }

    return result;

}

In your Java code , you need to create wrapper class RootUtils to make the native calls

    public boolean checkRooted() {

       if( rootUtils.checkRootAccessMethod3()  == 0 || rootUtils.checkRootAccessMethod1()  == 0 || rootUtils.checkRootAccessMethod2()  == 0 )
           return true;
      return false;
     }

How to compress a String in Java?

If you know that your strings are mostly ASCII you could convert them to UTF-8.

byte[] bytes = string.getBytes("UTF-8");

This may reduce the memory size by about 50%. However, you will get a byte array out and not a string. If you are writing it to a file though, that should not be a problem.

To convert back to a String:

private final Charset UTF8_CHARSET = Charset.forName("UTF-8");
...
String s = new String(bytes, UTF8_CHARSET);

Cannot load 64-bit SWT libraries on 32-bit JVM ( replacing SWT file )

Go to Path C:\ProgramData\Oracle\Java\javapath (This path is in my case might be different in your case). Rename the folder ORACLE with other name line ORACLE_OLD. And Restart the STS/IDE . This works for me

How to get the current working directory using python 3?

Using pathlib you can get the folder in which the current file is located. __file__ is the pathname of the file from which the module was loaded. Ref: docs

import pathlib

current_dir = pathlib.Path(__file__).parent
current_file = pathlib.Path(__file__)

Doc ref: link

How to resolve the C:\fakepath?

I am happy that browsers care to save us from intrusive scripts and the like. I am not happy with IE putting something into the browser that makes a simple style-fix look like a hack-attack!

I've used a < span > to represent the file-input so that I could apply appropriate styling to the < div > instead of the < input > (once again, because of IE). Now due to this IE want's to show the User a path with a value that's just guaranteed to put them on guard and in the very least apprehensive (if not totally scare them off?!)... MORE IE-CRAP!

Anyhow, thanks to to those who posted the explanation here: IE Browser Security: Appending "fakepath" to file path in input[type="file"], I've put together a minor fixer-upper...

The code below does two things - it fixes a lte IE8 bug where the onChange event doesn't fire until the upload field's onBlur and it updates an element with a cleaned filepath that won't scare the User.

// self-calling lambda to for jQuery shorthand "$" namespace
(function($){
    // document onReady wrapper
    $().ready(function(){
        // check for the nefarious IE
        if($.browser.msie) {
            // capture the file input fields
            var fileInput = $('input[type="file"]');
            // add presentational <span> tags "underneath" all file input fields for styling
            fileInput.after(
                $(document.createElement('span')).addClass('file-underlay')
            );
            // bind onClick to get the file-path and update the style <div>
            fileInput.click(function(){
                // need to capture $(this) because setTimeout() is on the
                // Window keyword 'this' changes context in it
                var fileContext = $(this);
                // capture the timer as well as set setTimeout()
                // we use setTimeout() because IE pauses timers when a file dialog opens
                // in this manner we give ourselves a "pseudo-onChange" handler
                var ieBugTimeout = setTimeout(function(){
                    // set vars
                    var filePath     = fileContext.val(),
                        fileUnderlay = fileContext.siblings('.file-underlay');
                    // check for IE's lovely security speil
                    if(filePath.match(/fakepath/)) {
                        // update the file-path text using case-insensitive regex
                        filePath = filePath.replace(/C:\\fakepath\\/i, '');
                    }
                    // update the text in the file-underlay <span>
                    fileUnderlay.text(filePath);
                    // clear the timer var
                    clearTimeout(ieBugTimeout);
                }, 10);
            });
        }
    });
})(jQuery);

How to write data with FileOutputStream without losing old data?

Use the constructor that takes a File and a boolean

FileOutputStream(File file, boolean append) 

and set the boolean to true. That way, the data you write will be appended to the end of the file, rather than overwriting what was already there.

Calculating distance between two points, using latitude longitude?

Slightly upgraded answer from @David George:

public static double distance(double lat1, double lat2, double lon1,
                              double lon2, double el1, double el2) {

    final int R = 6371; // Radius of the earth

    double latDistance = Math.toRadians(lat2 - lat1);
    double lonDistance = Math.toRadians(lon2 - lon1);
    double a = Math.sin(latDistance / 2) * Math.sin(latDistance / 2)
            + Math.cos(Math.toRadians(lat1)) * Math.cos(Math.toRadians(lat2))
            * Math.sin(lonDistance / 2) * Math.sin(lonDistance / 2);
    double c = 2 * Math.atan2(Math.sqrt(a), Math.sqrt(1 - a));
    double distance = R * c * 1000; // convert to meters

    double height = el1 - el2;

    distance = Math.pow(distance, 2) + Math.pow(height, 2);

    return Math.sqrt(distance);
}

public static double distanceBetweenLocations(Location l1, Location l2) {
    if(l1.hasAltitude() && l2.hasAltitude()) {
        return distance(l1.getLatitude(), l2.getLatitude(), l1.getLongitude(), l2.getLongitude(), l1.getAltitude(), l2.getAltitude());
    }
    return l1.distanceTo(l2);
}

distance function is the same, but I've created I small wrapper function, which takes 2 Location objects. Thanks to this, I only use distance function if both of locations actually have altitude, because sometimes they don't. And it can lead to strange results (if location doesn't know its altitude 0 will be returned). In this case, I fall back to classic distanceTo function.

How to create NSIndexPath for TableView

For Swift 3 it's now: IndexPath(row: rowIndex, section: sectionIndex)

Setting PHPMyAdmin Language

At the first site is a dropdown field to select the language of phpmyadmin.

In the config.inc.php you can set:

$cfg['Lang'] = '';

More details you can find in the documentation: http://www.phpmyadmin.net/documentation/

Kotlin's List missing "add", "remove", Map missing "put", etc?

In concept of immutable data, maybe this is a better way:

class TempClass {
    val list: List<Int> by lazy {
        listOf<Int>()
    }
    fun doSomething() {
        list += 10
        list -= 10
    }
}

How can I listen for keypress event on the whole page?

I think this does the best job

https://angular.io/api/platform-browser/EventManager

for instance in app.component

constructor(private eventManager: EventManager) {
    const removeGlobalEventListener = this.eventManager.addGlobalEventListener(
      'document',
      'keypress',
      (ev) => {
        console.log('ev', ev);
      }
    );
  }

How to know if a DateTime is between a DateRange in C#

You can use:

return (dateTocheck >= startDate && dateToCheck <= endDate);

Delete empty rows

If you are trying to delete empty spaces , try using ='' instead of is null. Hence , if your row contains empty spaces , is null will not capture those records. Empty space is not null and null is not empty space.

Dec  Hex     Binary    Char-acter Description
0    00  00000000      NUL        null

32  20  00100000      Space       space

So I recommend:

delete  from foo_table  where bar = ''

#or 

delete  from foo_table  where bar = '' or bar is null 

#or even better , 

delete from foo_table where rtrim(ltrim(isnull(bar,'')))='';

What is python's site-packages directory?

When you use --user option with pip, the package gets installed in user's folder instead of global folder and you won't need to run pip command with admin privileges.

The location of user's packages folder can be found using:

python -m site --user-site

This will print something like:

C:\Users\%USERNAME%\AppData\Roaming\Python\Python35\site-packages

When you don't use --user option with pip, the package gets installed in global folder given by:

python -c "import site; print(site.getsitepackages())"

This will print something like:

['C:\\Program Files\\Anaconda3', 'C:\\Program Files\\Anaconda3\\lib\\site-packages'

Note: Above printed values are for On Windows 10 with Anaconda 4.x installed with defaults.

Disable button in angular with two conditions?

It sounds like you need an OR instead:

<button type="submit" [disabled]="!validate || !SAForm.valid">Add</button>

This will disable the button if not validate or if not SAForm.valid.

How to check a boolean condition in EL?

You can have a look at the EL (expression language) description here.

Both your code are correct, but I prefer the second one, as comparing a boolean to true or false is redundant.

For better readibility, you can also use the not operator:

<c:if test="${not theBooleanVariable}">It's false!</c:if>

Get type of a generic parameter in Java with reflection

Because of type erasure the only way to know the type of the list would be to pass in the type as a parameter to the method:

public class Main {

    public static void main(String[] args) {
        doStuff(new LinkedList<String>(), String.class);

    }

    public static <E> void doStuff(List<E> list, Class<E> clazz) {

    }

}

How to add percent sign to NSString

seems if %% followed with a %@, the NSString will go to some strange codes try this and this worked for me

NSString *str = [NSString stringWithFormat:@"%@%@%@", @"%%", 
                 [textfield text], @"%%"]; 

php exec() is not executing the command

You might also try giving the full path to the binary you're trying to run. That solved my problem when trying to use ImageMagick.

Sticky and NON-Sticky sessions

When your website is served by only one web server, for each client-server pair, a session object is created and remains in the memory of the web server. All the requests from the client go to this web server and update this session object. If some data needs to be stored in the session object over the period of interaction, it is stored in this session object and stays there as long as the session exists.

However, if your website is served by multiple web servers which sit behind a load balancer, the load balancer decides which actual (physical) web-server should each request go to. For example, if there are 3 web servers A, B and C behind the load balancer, it is possible that www.mywebsite.com/index.jsp is served from server A, www.mywebsite.com/login.jsp is served from server B and www.mywebsite.com/accoutdetails.php are served from server C.

Now, if the requests are being served from (physically) 3 different servers, each server has created a session object for you and because these session objects sit on three independent boxes, there's no direct way of one knowing what is there in the session object of the other. In order to synchronize between these server sessions, you may have to write/read the session data into a layer which is common to all - like a DB. Now writing and reading data to/from a db for this use-case may not be a good idea. Now, here comes the role of sticky-session.

If the load balancer is instructed to use sticky sessions, all of your interactions will happen with the same physical server, even though other servers are present. Thus, your session object will be the same throughout your entire interaction with this website.

To summarize, In case of Sticky Sessions, all your requests will be directed to the same physical web server while in case of a non-sticky loadbalancer may choose any webserver to serve your requests.

As an example, you may read about Amazon's Elastic Load Balancer and sticky sessions here : http://aws.typepad.com/aws/2010/04/new-elastic-load-balancing-feature-sticky-sessions.html

How to get current date in 'YYYY-MM-DD' format in ASP.NET?

Which WebControl are you using? Did you try?

DateTime.Now.ToString("yyyy-MM-dd");

Setting unique Constraint with fluent API?

Unfortunately this is not supported in Entity Framework. It was on the roadmap for EF 6, but it got pushed back: Workitem 299: Unique Constraints (Unique Indexes)

Function Pointers in Java

This brings to mind Steve Yegge's Execution in the Kingdom of Nouns. It basically states that Java needs an object for every action, and therefore does not have "verb-only" entities like function pointers.

How do I get an object's unqualified (short) class name?

Because "ReflectionClass" can be version depend just use the follow:

if(class_basename(get_class($object)) == 'Name') {
... do this ...
}

or even clear

if(class_basename(ClassName::class) == 'ClassName') {
... do this ...
}

SSH -L connection successful, but localhost port forwarding not working "channel 3: open failed: connect failed: Connection refused"

Just replace localhost with 127.0.0.1.

(The answer is based on answers of other people on this page.)

How can I show an image using the ImageView component in javafx and fxml?

The Code part :

Image imProfile = new Image(getClass().getResourceAsStream("/img/profile128.png"));

ImageView profileImage=new ImageView(imProfile);

in a javafx maven:

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How do I center content in a div using CSS?

By using transform: works like a charm!

<div class="parent">
    <span>center content using transform</span>
    </div>

    //CSS
    .parent {
        position: relative;
        height: 200px;
        border: 1px solid;
    }
    .parent span {
        position: absolute;
        top: 50%;
        left: 50%;
        -webkit-transform: translate(-50%, -50%);
        transform: translate(-50%, -50%);
    }

Count number of columns in a table row

Why not use reduce so that we can take colspan into account? :)

function getColumns(table) {
    var cellsArray = [];
    var cells = table.rows[0].cells;

    // Cast the cells to an array
    // (there are *cooler* ways of doing this, but this is the fastest by far)
    // Taken from https://stackoverflow.com/a/15144269/6424295
    for(var i=-1, l=cells.length; ++i!==l; cellsArray[i]=cells[i]);

    return cellsArray.reduce(
        (cols, cell) =>
            // Check if the cell is visible and add it / ignore it
            (cell.offsetParent !== null) ? cols += cell.colSpan : cols,
        0
    );
}

Get week of year in JavaScript like in PHP

This adds "getWeek" method to Date.prototype which returns number of week from the beginning of the year. The argument defines which day of the week to consider the first. If no argument passed, first day is assumed Sunday.

/**
 * Get week number in the year.
 * @param  {Integer} [weekStart=0]  First day of the week. 0-based. 0 for Sunday, 6 for Saturday.
 * @return {Integer}                0-based number of week.
 */
Date.prototype.getWeek = function(weekStart) {
    var januaryFirst = new Date(this.getFullYear(), 0, 1);
    if(weekStart !== undefined && (typeof weekStart !== 'number' || weekStart % 1 !== 0 || weekStart < 0 || weekStart > 6)) {
      throw new Error('Wrong argument. Must be an integer between 0 and 6.');
    }
    weekStart = weekStart || 0;
    return Math.floor((((this - januaryFirst) / 86400000) + januaryFirst.getDay() - weekStart) / 7);
};

Dynamically add item to jQuery Select2 control that uses AJAX

Extending on Bumptious Q Bangwhistle's answer:

$('#select2').append($('<option>', { 
    value: item,
    text : item 
})).select2();

This would add the new options into the <select> tags and lets select2 re-render it.

Getting the application's directory from a WPF application

You can also use the first argument of the command line arguments:

String exePath = System.Environment.GetCommandLineArgs()[0]

How to change text and background color?

There is no (standard) cross-platform way to do this. On windows, try using conio.h. It has the:

textcolor(); // and
textbackground();

functions.

For example:

textcolor(RED);
cprintf("H");
textcolor(BLUE);
cprintf("e");
// and so on.

Using LINQ to remove elements from a List<T>

i think you just have to assign the items from Author list to a new list to take that effect.

//assume oldAuthor is the old list
Author newAuthorList = (select x from oldAuthor where x.firstname!="Bob" select x).ToList();
oldAuthor = newAuthorList;
newAuthorList = null;

How to transform numpy.matrix or array to scipy sparse matrix

You can pass a numpy array or matrix as an argument when initializing a sparse matrix. For a CSR matrix, for example, you can do the following.

>>> import numpy as np
>>> from scipy import sparse
>>> A = np.array([[1,2,0],[0,0,3],[1,0,4]])
>>> B = np.matrix([[1,2,0],[0,0,3],[1,0,4]])

>>> A
array([[1, 2, 0],
       [0, 0, 3],
       [1, 0, 4]])

>>> sA = sparse.csr_matrix(A)   # Here's the initialization of the sparse matrix.
>>> sB = sparse.csr_matrix(B)

>>> sA
<3x3 sparse matrix of type '<type 'numpy.int32'>'
        with 5 stored elements in Compressed Sparse Row format>

>>> print sA
  (0, 0)        1
  (0, 1)        2
  (1, 2)        3
  (2, 0)        1
  (2, 2)        4

What is the Auto-Alignment Shortcut Key in Eclipse?

The answer that the OP accepted is wildly different from the question I thought was asked. I thought the OP wanted a way to auto-align = signs or + signs, similar to the tabularize plugin for vim.

For this task, I found the Columns4Eclipse plugin to be just what I needed.

How do I get currency exchange rates via an API such as Google Finance?

Here are some exchange APIs with PHP example.

[ Open Exchange Rates API ]

Provides 1,000 requests per month free. You must register and grab the App ID. The base currency USD for free account. Check the supported currencies and documentation.

// open exchange URL // valid app_id * REQUIRED *
$exchange_url = 'https://openexchangerates.org/api/latest.json';
$params = array(
    'app_id' => 'YOUR_APP_ID'
);

// make cURL request // parse JSON
$curl = curl_init();
curl_setopt_array($curl, array(
    CURLOPT_URL => $exchange_url . '?' . http_build_query($params),
    CURLOPT_RETURNTRANSFER => true
));
$response = json_decode(curl_exec($curl));
curl_close($curl);

if (!empty($response->rates)) {
    // convert 150 USD to JPY ( Japanese Yen )
    echo $response->rates->JPY * 150;
}

150 USD = 18039.09015 JPY

[ Currency Layer API ]

Provides 1,000 requests per month free. You must register and grab the Access KEY. Custom base currency is not supported in free account. Check the documentation.

$exchange_url = 'http://apilayer.net/api/live';
$params = array(
    'access_key' => 'YOUR_ACCESS_KEY',
    'source' => 'USD',
    'currencies' => 'JPY',
    'format' => 1 // 1 = JSON
);

// make cURL request // parse JSON
$curl = curl_init();
curl_setopt_array($curl, array(
    CURLOPT_URL => $exchange_url . '?' . http_build_query($params),
    CURLOPT_RETURNTRANSFER => true
));
$response = json_decode(curl_exec($curl));
curl_close($curl);

if (!empty($response->quotes)) {
    // convert 150 USD to JPY ( Japanese Yen )
    echo '150 USD = ' . $response->quotes->USDJPY * 150 . ' JPY';
}

150 USD = 18036.75045 JPY

Extracting specific selected columns to new DataFrame as a copy

columns by index:

# selected column index: 1, 6, 7
new = old.iloc[: , [1, 6, 7]].copy() 

splitting a number into the integer and decimal parts

We can use a not famous built-in function; divmod:

>>> s = 1234.5678
>>> i, d = divmod(s, 1)
>>> i
1234.0
>>> d
0.5678000000000338

How to add local .jar file dependency to build.gradle file?

A solution for those using Kotlin DSL

The solutions added so far are great for the OP, but can't be used with Kotlin DSL without first translating them. Here's an example of how I added a local .JAR to my build using Kotlin DSL:

dependencies {
    compile(files("/path/to/file.jar"))
    testCompile(files("/path/to/file.jar"))
    testCompile("junit", "junit", "4.12")
}

Remember that if you're using Windows, your backslashes will have to be escaped:

...
compile(files("C:\\path\\to\\file.jar"))
...

And also remember that quotation marks have to be double quotes, not single quotes.


Edit for 2020:

Gradle updates have deprecated compile and testCompile in favor of implementation and testImplementation. So the above dependency block would look like this for current Gradle versions:

dependencies {
    implementation(files("/path/to/file.jar"))
    testImplementation(files("/path/to/file.jar"))
    testImplementation("junit", "junit", "4.12")
}

Why do multiple-table joins produce duplicate rows?

If one of the tables M, S, D, or H has more than one row for a given Id (if just the Id column is not the Primary Key), then the query would result in "duplicate" rows. If you have more than one row for an Id in a table, then the other columns, which would uniquely identify a row, also must be included in the JOIN condition(s).

References:

Related Question on MSDN Forum

Could not load file or assembly 'log4net, Version=1.2.10.0, Culture=neutral, PublicKeyToken=692fbea5521e1304'

If you don't see log4net.dll in %systemdrive%\windows\assembly\ on the machine you are attempting to deploy it on, it is likely you haven't successfully installed the redistributable for Crystal Reports for .Net Framework 4.0

Install (or reinstall) the latest service pack from http://scn.sap.com/docs/DOC-7824 (SAP Crystal Reports, developer version for Microsoft Visual Studio Updates & Runtime Downloads)

That runtime distribution should add log4net to the GAC along with a bunch of CrystalDecisions dll's

Root element is missing

If you are loading the XML file from a remote location, I would check to see if the file is actually being downloaded correctly using a sniffer like Fiddler.

I wrote a quick console app to run your code and parse the file and it works fine for me.

How to change the author and committer name and e-mail of multiple commits in Git?

Your problem is really common. See "Using Mailmap to Fix Authors List in Git"

For the sake of simplicity, I have created a script to ease the process: git-changemail

After putting that script on your path, you can issue commands like:

  • Change author matchings on current branch

    $ git changemail -a [email protected] -n newname -m [email protected]
    
  • Change author and committer matchings on <branch> and <branch4>. Pass -f to filter-branch to allow rewriting backups

    $ git changemail -b [email protected] -n newname -m [email protected] -- -f &lt;branch> &lt;branch2>
    
  • Show existing users on repo

    $ git changemail --show-both
    

By the way, after making your changes, clean the backup from the filter-branch with: git-backup-clean

Status bar and navigation bar appear over my view's bounds in iOS 7

Steps For Hide the status bar in iOS 7:

1.Go to your application info.plist file.

2.And Set, View controller-based status bar appearance : Boolean NO

Hope i solved the status bar issue.....

JavaScript Chart.js - Custom data formatting to display on tooltip

This works perfectly fine with me. It takes label and format the value.

options: {
        tooltips: {
            callbacks: {
                label: function(tooltipItem, data) {

                    let label = data.labels[tooltipItem.index];
                    let value = data.datasets[tooltipItem.datasetIndex].data[tooltipItem.index];
                    return ' ' + label + ': ' + value + ' %';

                }
            }
        }
    }

checking if a number is divisible by 6 PHP

$num += (6-$num%6)%6;

no need for a while loop! Modulo (%) returns the remainder of a division. IE 20%6 = 2. 6-2 = 4. 20+4 = 24. 24 is divisible by 6.

How can I access a hover state in reactjs?

For having hover effect you can simply try this code

import React from "react";
  import "./styles.css";

    export default function App() {

      function MouseOver(event) {
        event.target.style.background = 'red';
      }
      function MouseOut(event){
        event.target.style.background="";
      }
      return (
        <div className="App">
          <button onMouseOver={MouseOver} onMouseOut={MouseOut}>Hover over me!</button>
        </div>
      );
    }

Or if you want to handle this situation using useState() hook then you can try this piece of code

import React from "react";
import "./styles.css";


export default function App() {
   let [over,setOver]=React.useState(false);

   let buttonstyle={
    backgroundColor:''
  }

  if(over){
    buttonstyle.backgroundColor="green";
  }
  else{
    buttonstyle.backgroundColor='';
  }

  return (
    <div className="App">
      <button style={buttonstyle}
      onMouseOver={()=>setOver(true)} 
      onMouseOut={()=>setOver(false)}
      >Hover over me!</button>
    </div>
  );
}

Both of the above code will work for hover effect but first procedure is easier to write and understand

Java heap terminology: young, old and permanent generations?

The Heap is divided into young and old generations as follows :

Young Generation : It is place where lived for short period and divided into two spaces:

  • Eden Space : When object created using new keyword memory allocated on this space.
  • Survivor Space : This is the pool which contains objects which have survived after java garbage collection from Eden space.

Old Generation : This pool basically contains tenured and virtual (reserved) space and will be holding those objects which survived after garbage collection from Young Generation.

  • Tenured Space: This memory pool contains objects which survived after multiple garbage collection means object which survived after garbage collection from Survivor space.

Permanent Generation : This memory pool as name also says contain permanent class metadata and descriptors information so PermGen space always reserved for classes and those that is tied to the classes for example static members.

Java8 Update: PermGen is replaced with Metaspace which is very similar.
Main difference is that Metaspace re-sizes dynamically i.e., It can expand at runtime.
Java Metaspace space: unbounded (default)

Code Cache (Virtual or reserved) : If you are using HotSpot Java VM this includes code cache area that containing memory which will be used for compilation and storage of native code.

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Courtesy

Stop and Start a service via batch or cmd file?

Sometimes you can find the stop does not work..

My SQlServer sometimes does this. Using the following commandline kills it. If you really really need your script to kill stuff that doesn't stop. I would have it do this as a last resort

taskkill /pid [pid number] /f

mingw-w64 threads: posix vs win32

Note that it is now possible to use some of C++11 std::thread in the win32 threading mode. These header-only adapters worked out of the box for me: https://github.com/meganz/mingw-std-threads

From the revision history it looks like there is some recent attempt to make this a part of the mingw64 runtime.

Axios having CORS issue

your server should enable the cross origin requests, not the client. To do this, you can check this nice page with implementations and configurations for multiple platforms

Troubleshooting misplaced .git directory (nothing to commit)

Don't try commiting / adding files. Just run the following 2 commands (:

    git remote add origin http://xyzremotedir/xyzgitproject.git
    git push origin master

Rollback one specific migration in Laravel

better to used refresh migrate

You may rollback & re-migrate a limited number of migrations by providing the step option to the refresh command. For example, the following command will rollback & re-migrate the last two migrations:

php artisan migrate:refresh --step=2

otherwise used rollback migrate

You may rollback a limited number of migrations by providing the step option to the rollback command. For example, the following command will rollback the last three migrations:

php artisan migrate:rollback --step=3

for more detail about migration see

JavaScript for...in vs for

I have seen problems with the "for each" using objects and prototype and arrays

my understanding is that the for each is for properties of objects and NOT arrays

How do you serialize a model instance in Django?

This is a project that it can serialize(JSON base now) all data in your model and put them to a specific directory automatically and then it can deserialize it whenever you want... I've personally serialized thousand records with this script and then load all of them back to another database without any losing data.

Anyone that would be interested in opensource projects can contribute this project and add more feature to it.

serializer_deserializer_model

Does Ruby have a string.startswith("abc") built in method?

Your question title and your question body are different. Ruby does not have a starts_with? method. Rails, which is a Ruby framework, however, does, as sepp2k states. See his comment on his answer for the link to the documentation for it.

You could always use a regular expression though:

if SomeString.match(/^abc/) 
   # SomeString starts with abc

^ means "start of string" in regular expressions

Execute script after specific delay using JavaScript

As other said, setTimeout is your safest bet
But sometimes you cannot separate the logic to a new function then you can use Date.now() to get milliseconds and do the delay yourself....

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function delay(milisecondDelay) {_x000D_
   milisecondDelay += Date.now();_x000D_
   while(Date.now() < milisecondDelay){}_x000D_
}_x000D_
_x000D_
alert('Ill be back in 5 sec after you click OK....');_x000D_
delay(5000);_x000D_
alert('# Im back # date:' +new Date());
_x000D_
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How to Exit a Method without Exiting the Program?

I would use return null; to indicate that there is no data to be returned

Set Locale programmatically

For people still looking for this answer, since configuration.locale was deprecated from API 24, you can now use:

configuration.setLocale(locale);

Take in consideration that the minSkdVersion for this method is API 17.

Full example code:

@SuppressWarnings("deprecation")
private void setLocale(Locale locale){
    SharedPrefUtils.saveLocale(locale); // optional - Helper method to save the selected language to SharedPreferences in case you might need to attach to activity context (you will need to code this)
    Resources resources = getResources();
    Configuration configuration = resources.getConfiguration();
    DisplayMetrics displayMetrics = resources.getDisplayMetrics();
    if (Build.VERSION.SDK_INT >= Build.VERSION_CODES.JELLY_BEAN_MR1){
        configuration.setLocale(locale);
    } else{
        configuration.locale=locale;
    }
    if (Build.VERSION.SDK_INT > Build.VERSION_CODES.N){
        getApplicationContext().createConfigurationContext(configuration);
    } else {
        resources.updateConfiguration(configuration,displayMetrics);
    }
}

Don't forget that, if you change the locale with a running Activity, you will need to restart it for the changes to take effect.

EDIT 11th MAY 2018

As from @CookieMonster's post, you might have problems keeping the locale change in higher API versions. If so, add the following code to your Base Activity so that you update the context locale on every Activity creation:

@Override
protected void attachBaseContext(Context base) {
     super.attachBaseContext(updateBaseContextLocale(base));
}

private Context updateBaseContextLocale(Context context) {
    String language = SharedPrefUtils.getSavedLanguage(); // Helper method to get saved language from SharedPreferences
    Locale locale = new Locale(language);
    Locale.setDefault(locale);

    if (Build.VERSION.SDK_INT > Build.VERSION_CODES.N) {
        return updateResourcesLocale(context, locale);
    }

    return updateResourcesLocaleLegacy(context, locale);
}

@TargetApi(Build.VERSION_CODES.N_MR1)
private Context updateResourcesLocale(Context context, Locale locale) {
    Configuration configuration = new Configuration(context.getResources().getConfiguration())
    configuration.setLocale(locale);
    return context.createConfigurationContext(configuration);
}

@SuppressWarnings("deprecation")
private Context updateResourcesLocaleLegacy(Context context, Locale locale) {
    Resources resources = context.getResources();
    Configuration configuration = resources.getConfiguration();
    configuration.locale = locale;
    resources.updateConfiguration(configuration, resources.getDisplayMetrics());
    return context;
}

If you use this, don't forget to save the language to SharedPreferences when you set the locale with setLocate(locale)

EDIT 7th APRIL 2020

You might be experiencing issues in Android 6 and 7, and this happens due to an issue in the androidx libraries while handling the night mode. For this you will also need to override applyOverrideConfiguration in your base activity and update the configuration's locale in case a fresh new locale one is created.

Sample code:

@Override
public void applyOverrideConfiguration(Configuration overrideConfiguration) {
    if (Build.VERSION.SDK_INT >= Build.VERSION_CODES.LOLLIPOP && Build.VERSION.SDK_INT <= Build.VERSION_CODES.N_MR1) {
        // update overrideConfiguration with your locale  
        setLocale(overrideConfiguration) // you will need to implement this
    }
    super.applyOverrideConfiguration(overrideConfiguration);
} 

Task not serializable: java.io.NotSerializableException when calling function outside closure only on classes not objects

I faced similar issue, and what I understand from Grega's answer is

object NOTworking extends App {
 new testing().doIT
}
//adding extends Serializable wont help
class testing {

val list = List(1,2,3)

val rddList = Spark.ctx.parallelize(list)

def doIT =  {
  //again calling the fucntion someFunc 
  val after = rddList.map(someFunc(_))
  //this will crash (spark lazy)
  after.collect().map(println(_))
}

def someFunc(a:Int) = a+1

}

your doIT method is trying to serialize someFunc(_) method, but as method are not serializable, it tries to serialize class testing which is again not serializable.

So make your code work, you should define someFunc inside doIT method. For example:

def doIT =  {
 def someFunc(a:Int) = a+1
  //function definition
 }
 val after = rddList.map(someFunc(_))
 after.collect().map(println(_))
}

And if there are multiple functions coming into picture, then all those functions should be available to the parent context.

What is ViewModel in MVC?

View Model is class which we can use for rendering data on View. Suppose you have two entities Place and PlaceCategory and you want to access data from both entities using a single model then we use ViewModel.

  public class Place
    {
       public int PlaceId { get; set; }
        public string PlaceName { get; set; }
        public string Latitude { get; set; }
        public string Longitude { get; set; }
        public string BestTime { get; set; }
    }
    public class Category
    {
        public int ID { get; set; }
        public int? PlaceId { get; set; }
        public string PlaceCategoryName { get; set; }
        public string PlaceCategoryType { get; set; }
    }
    public class PlaceCategoryviewModel
    {
        public string PlaceName { get; set; }
        public string BestTime { get; set; }
        public string PlaceCategoryName { get; set; }
        public string PlaceCategoryType { get; set; }
    }

So in above Example Place and Category are the two different entities and PlaceCategory viewmodel is ViewModel which we can use on View.

Find object in list that has attribute equal to some value (that meets any condition)

Old question but I use this quite frequently (for version 3.8). It's a bit of syntactic salt, but it has the advantage over the top answer in that you could retrieve a list of results (if there are multiple) by simply removing the [0] and it still defaults to None if nothing is found. For any other condition, simply change the x.value==value to what ever you're looking for.

_[0] if (_:=[x for x in test_list if x.value==value]) else None

No assembly found containing an OwinStartupAttribute Error

you may not have Configuration method in the class you mentioned in

<appSettings>
<add key="owin:AppStartup" value="WebApplication1.App_Start.Startup"/>

WPF chart controls

Another one is OxyPlot, which is an open-source cross-platform (WPF, Silverlight, WinForms, Mono) .Net plotting library.

Pandas: convert dtype 'object' to int

Documenting the answer that worked for me based on the comment by @piRSquared.

I needed to convert to a string first, then an integer.

>>> df['purchase'].astype(str).astype(int)

&& (AND) and || (OR) in IF statements

No it will not be checked. This behaviour is called short-circuit evaluation and is a feature in many languages including Java.

Unable to connect to any of the specified mysql hosts. C# MySQL

I am running mysql on a computer on a local network. MySQL Workbench could connect to that server, but not my c# code. I solved my issue by disconnecting from a vpn client that was running.

How do I get Flask to run on port 80?

You don't need to change port number for your application, just configure your www server (nginx or apache) to proxy queries to flask port. Pay attantion on uWSGI.

python: NameError:global name '...‘ is not defined

You need to call self.a() to invoke a from b. a is not a global function, it is a method on the class.

You may want to read through the Python tutorial on classes some more to get the finer details down.

Check if an image is loaded (no errors) with jQuery

Check the complete and naturalWidth properties, in that order.

https://stereochro.me/ideas/detecting-broken-images-js

function IsImageOk(img) {
    // During the onload event, IE correctly identifies any images that
    // weren’t downloaded as not complete. Others should too. Gecko-based
    // browsers act like NS4 in that they report this incorrectly.
    if (!img.complete) {
        return false;
    }

    // However, they do have two very useful properties: naturalWidth and
    // naturalHeight. These give the true size of the image. If it failed
    // to load, either of these should be zero.
    if (img.naturalWidth === 0) {
        return false;
    }

    // No other way of checking: assume it’s ok.
    return true;
}

SoapFault exception: Could not connect to host

A misconfigured service leaves the default namespace with tempuri.org

This means the connection to the wsdl will work, but the function call will fail.

Stacktrace:

SoapClient->__doRequest('http://example.com...', 'http://tempuri.org....', 2, 0)

To remediate this, you must explicitly set the location using __setLocation()

$this->soapClient = new \SoapClient(WS_URL);
$this->soapClient->__setLocation(WS_URL);

How can I switch to a tag/branch in hg?

Once you have cloned the repo, you have everything: you can then hg up branchname or hg up tagname to update your working copy.

UP: hg up is a shortcut of hg update, which also has hg checkout alias for people with git habits.

How can change width of dropdown list?

Create a css and set the value style="width:50px;" in css code. Call the class of CSS in the drop down list. Then it will work.

Declare Variable for a Query String

Using EXEC

You can use following example for building SQL statement.

DECLARE @sqlCommand varchar(1000)
DECLARE @columnList varchar(75)
DECLARE @city varchar(75)
SET @columnList = 'CustomerID, ContactName, City'
SET @city = '''London'''
SET @sqlCommand = 'SELECT ' + @columnList + ' FROM customers WHERE City = ' + @city
EXEC (@sqlCommand)

Using sp_executesql

With using this approach you can ensure that the data values being passed into the query are the correct datatypes and avoind use of more quotes.

DECLARE @sqlCommand nvarchar(1000)
DECLARE @columnList varchar(75)
DECLARE @city varchar(75)
SET @columnList = 'CustomerID, ContactName, City'
SET @city = 'London'
SET @sqlCommand = 'SELECT ' + @columnList + ' FROM customers WHERE City = @city'
EXECUTE sp_executesql @sqlCommand, N'@city nvarchar(75)', @city = @city

Reference

Format numbers to strings in Python

str() in python on an integer will not print any decimal places.

If you have a float that you want to ignore the decimal part, then you can use str(int(floatValue)).

Perhaps the following code will demonstrate:

>>> str(5)
'5'
>>> int(8.7)
8

Why does git status show branch is up-to-date when changes exist upstream?

I have faced a similar problem, I searched everywhere online for solutions and I tried to follow them. None worked for me. These were the steps I took to the problem.

Make new repo and push the existing code again to the new repo

git init doesn’t initialize if you already have a .git/ folder in your repository. So, for your case, do -

(1) rm -rf .git/

(2) git init

(3) git remote add origin https://repository.remote.url

(4) git commit -m “Commit message”

(5) git push -f origin master

Note that all git configs like remote repositories for this repository are cleared in step 1. So, you have to set up all remote repository URLs again.

Also, take care of the -f in step 5: The remote already has some code base with n commits, and you’re trying to make all those changes into a single commit. So, force-pushing the changes to remote is necessary.

How to include CSS file in Symfony 2 and Twig?

You are doing everything right, except passing your bundle path to asset() function.

According to documentation - in your example this should look like below:

{{ asset('bundles/webshome/css/main.css') }}

Tip: you also can call assets:install with --symlink key, so it will create symlinks in web folder. This is extremely useful when you often apply js or css changes (in this way your changes, applied to src/YouBundle/Resources/public will be immediately reflected in web folder without need to call assets:install again):

app/console assets:install web --symlink

Also, if you wish to add some assets in your child template, you could call parent() method for the Twig block. In your case it would be like this:

{% block stylesheets %}
    {{ parent() }}

    <link href="{{ asset('bundles/webshome/css/main.css') }}" rel="stylesheet">
{% endblock %}

how to calculate percentage in python

This is because (100/500) is an integer expression yielding 0.

Try

per = 100.0 * tota / 500

there's no need for the float() call, since using a floating-point literal (100.0) will make the entire expression floating-point anyway.

Best practices to test protected methods with PHPUnit

You seem to be aware already, but I'll just restate it anyway; It's a bad sign, if you need to test protected methods. The aim of a unit test, is to test the interface of a class, and protected methods are implementation details. That said, there are cases where it makes sense. If you use inheritance, you can see a superclass as providing an interface for the subclass. So here, you would have to test the protected method (But never a private one). The solution to this, is to create a subclass for testing purpose, and use this to expose the methods. Eg.:

class Foo {
  protected function stuff() {
    // secret stuff, you want to test
  }
}

class SubFoo extends Foo {
  public function exposedStuff() {
    return $this->stuff();
  }
}

Note that you can always replace inheritance with composition. When testing code, it's usually a lot easier to deal with code that uses this pattern, so you may want to consider that option.

Benefits of using the conditional ?: (ternary) operator

The conditional operator is great for short conditions, like this:

varA = boolB ? valC : valD;

I use it occasionally because it takes less time to write something that way... unfortunately, this branching can sometimes be missed by another developer browsing over your code. Plus, code isn't usually that short, so I usually help readability by putting the ? and : on separate lines, like this:

doSomeStuffToSomething(shouldSomethingBeDone()
    ? getTheThingThatNeedsStuffDone()
    : getTheOtherThingThatNeedsStuffDone());

However, the big advantage to using if/else blocks (and why I prefer them) is that it's easier to come in later and add some additional logic to the branch,

if (shouldSomethingBeDone()) {
    doSomeStuffToSomething(getTheThingThatNeedsStuffDone());
    doSomeAdditionalStuff();
} else {
doSomeStuffToSomething(getTheOtherThingThatNeedsStuffDone());
}

or add another condition:

if (shouldSomethingBeDone()) {
    doSomeStuffToSomething(getTheThingThatNeedsStuffDone());
    doSomeAdditionalStuff();
} else if (shouldThisOtherThingBeDone()){
    doSomeStuffToSomething(getTheOtherThingThatNeedsStuffDone());
}

So, in the end, it's about convenience for you now (shorter to use :?) vs. convenience for you (and others) later. It's a judgment call... but like all other code-formatting issues, the only real rule is to be consistent, and be visually courteous to those who have to maintain (or grade!) your code.

(all code eye-compiled)

Find document with array that contains a specific value

I know this topic is old, but for future people who could wonder the same question, another incredibly inefficient solution could be to do:

PersonModel.find({$where : 'this.favouriteFoods.indexOf("sushi") != -1'});

This avoids all optimisations by MongoDB so do not use in production code.

how to create a list of lists

Use append method, eg:

lst = []
line = np.genfromtxt('temp.txt', usecols=3, dtype=[('floatname','float')], skip_header=1)
lst.append(line)

How can I format DateTime to web UTC format?

Try this:

DateTime date = DateTime.ParseExact(
    "Tue, 1 Jan 2008 00:00:00 UTC", 
    "ddd, d MMM yyyy HH:mm:ss UTC", 
    CultureInfo.InvariantCulture);

Previously asked question

SQL query to find record with ID not in another table

SELECT COUNT(ID) FROM tblA a
WHERE a.ID NOT IN (SELECT b.ID FROM tblB b)    --For count


SELECT ID FROM tblA a
WHERE a.ID NOT IN (SELECT b.ID FROM tblB b)    --For results

PHP: Calling another class' method

//file1.php
<?php

class ClassA
{
   private $name = 'John';

   function getName()
   {
     return $this->name;
   }   
}
?>

//file2.php
<?php
   include ("file1.php");

   class ClassB
   {

     function __construct()
     {
     }

     function callA()
     {
       $classA = new ClassA();
       $name = $classA->getName();
       echo $name;    //Prints John
     }
   }

   $classb = new ClassB();
   $classb->callA();
?>

How can I trigger a JavaScript event click

UPDATE

This was an old answer. Nowadays you should just use click. For more advanced event firing, use dispatchEvent.

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const body = document.body;_x000D_
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body.addEventListener('click', e => {_x000D_
  console.log('clicked body');_x000D_
});_x000D_
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console.log('Using click()');_x000D_
body.click();_x000D_
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console.log('Using dispatchEvent');_x000D_
body.dispatchEvent(new Event('click'));
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Original Answer

Here is what I use: http://jsfiddle.net/mendesjuan/rHMCy/4/

Updated to work with IE9+

/**
 * Fire an event handler to the specified node. Event handlers can detect that the event was fired programatically
 * by testing for a 'synthetic=true' property on the event object
 * @param {HTMLNode} node The node to fire the event handler on.
 * @param {String} eventName The name of the event without the "on" (e.g., "focus")
 */
function fireEvent(node, eventName) {
    // Make sure we use the ownerDocument from the provided node to avoid cross-window problems
    var doc;
    if (node.ownerDocument) {
        doc = node.ownerDocument;
    } else if (node.nodeType == 9){
        // the node may be the document itself, nodeType 9 = DOCUMENT_NODE
        doc = node;
    } else {
        throw new Error("Invalid node passed to fireEvent: " + node.id);
    }

     if (node.dispatchEvent) {
        // Gecko-style approach (now the standard) takes more work
        var eventClass = "";

        // Different events have different event classes.
        // If this switch statement can't map an eventName to an eventClass,
        // the event firing is going to fail.
        switch (eventName) {
            case "click": // Dispatching of 'click' appears to not work correctly in Safari. Use 'mousedown' or 'mouseup' instead.
            case "mousedown":
            case "mouseup":
                eventClass = "MouseEvents";
                break;

            case "focus":
            case "change":
            case "blur":
            case "select":
                eventClass = "HTMLEvents";
                break;

            default:
                throw "fireEvent: Couldn't find an event class for event '" + eventName + "'.";
                break;
        }
        var event = doc.createEvent(eventClass);
        event.initEvent(eventName, true, true); // All events created as bubbling and cancelable.

        event.synthetic = true; // allow detection of synthetic events
        // The second parameter says go ahead with the default action
        node.dispatchEvent(event, true);
    } else  if (node.fireEvent) {
        // IE-old school style, you can drop this if you don't need to support IE8 and lower
        var event = doc.createEventObject();
        event.synthetic = true; // allow detection of synthetic events
        node.fireEvent("on" + eventName, event);
    }
};

Note that calling fireEvent(inputField, 'change'); does not mean it will actually change the input field. The typical use case for firing a change event is when you set a field programmatically and you want event handlers to be called since calling input.value="Something" won't trigger a change event.

What determines the monitor my app runs on?

Get UltraMon. Quickly.

http://realtimesoft.com/ultramon/

It doesn't let you specify what monitor an app starts on, but it lets you move an app to the another monitor, and keep its aspect ratio intact, with one mouse click. It is a very handy utility.

Most programs will start where you last left them. So if you have two monitors at work, but only one at home, it's possible to start you laptop at home and not see the apps running on the other monitor (which now isn't there). UltrMon also lets you move those orphan apps back to the main screen quickly and easily.

How to check if a file exists in a folder?

This is a way to see if any XML-files exists in that folder, yes.

To check for specific files use File.Exists(path), which will return a boolean indicating wheter the file at path exists.

How to read all files in a folder from Java?

list down files from Test folder present inside class path

import java.io.File;
import java.io.IOException;

public class Hello {

    public static void main(final String[] args) throws IOException {

        System.out.println("List down all the files present on the server directory");
        File file1 = new File("/prog/FileTest/src/Test");
        File[] files = file1.listFiles();
        if (null != files) {
            for (int fileIntList = 0; fileIntList < files.length; fileIntList++) {
                String ss = files[fileIntList].toString();
                if (null != ss && ss.length() > 0) {
                    System.out.println("File: " + (fileIntList + 1) + " :" + ss.substring(ss.lastIndexOf("\\") + 1, ss.length()));
                }
            }
        }


    }


}

Android load from URL to Bitmap

Use Kotlin Coroutines to Handle Threading

The reason the code is crashing is because the Bitmap is attempting to be created on the Main Thread which is not allowed since it may cause Android Not Responding (ANR) errors.

Concepts Used

  • Kotlin Coroutines notes.
  • The Loading, Content, Error (LCE) pattern is used below. If interested you can learn more about it in this talk and video.
  • LiveData is used to return the data. I've compiled my favorite LiveData resource in these notes.
  • In the bonus code, toBitmap() is a Kotlin extension function requiring that library to be added to the app dependencies.

Implementation

Code

1. Create Bitmap in a different thread then the Main Thread.

In this sample using Kotlin Coroutines the function is being executed in the Dispatchers.IO thread which is meant for CPU based operations. The function is prefixed with suspend which is a Coroutine syntax.

Bonus - After the Bitmap is created it is also compressed into an ByteArray so it can be passed via an Intent later outlined in this full sample.

Repository.kt

suspend fun bitmapToByteArray(url: String) = withContext(Dispatchers.IO) {
    MutableLiveData<Lce<ContentResult.ContentBitmap>>().apply {
        postValue(Lce.Loading())
        postValue(Lce.Content(ContentResult.ContentBitmap(
            ByteArrayOutputStream().apply {
                try {                     
                    BitmapFactory.decodeStream(URL(url).openConnection().apply {
                        doInput = true
                        connect()
                    }.getInputStream())
                } catch (e: IOException) {
                   postValue(Lce.Error(ContentResult.ContentBitmap(ByteArray(0), "bitmapToByteArray error or null - ${e.localizedMessage}")))
                   null
                }?.compress(CompressFormat.JPEG, BITMAP_COMPRESSION_QUALITY, this)
           }.toByteArray(), "")))
        }
    }

ViewModel.kt

//Calls bitmapToByteArray from the Repository
private fun bitmapToByteArray(url: String) = liveData {
    emitSource(switchMap(repository.bitmapToByteArray(url)) { lce ->
        when (lce) {
            is Lce.Loading -> liveData {}
            is Lce.Content -> liveData {
                emit(Event(ContentResult.ContentBitmap(lce.packet.image, lce.packet.errorMessage)))
            }
            is Lce.Error -> liveData {
                Crashlytics.log(Log.WARN, LOG_TAG,
                        "bitmapToByteArray error or null - ${lce.packet.errorMessage}")
            }
        }
    })
}

Bonus - Convert ByteArray back to Bitmap.

Utils.kt

fun ByteArray.byteArrayToBitmap(context: Context) =
    run {
        BitmapFactory.decodeByteArray(this, BITMAP_OFFSET, size).run {
            if (this != null) this
            // In case the Bitmap loaded was empty or there is an error I have a default Bitmap to return.
            else AppCompatResources.getDrawable(context, ic_coinverse_48dp)?.toBitmap()
        }
    }

How to split strings into text and number?

here is a simple function to seperate multiple words and numbers from a string of any length, the re method only seperates first two words and numbers. I think this will help everyone else in the future,

def seperate_string_number(string):
    previous_character = string[0]
    groups = []
    newword = string[0]
    for x, i in enumerate(string[1:]):
        if i.isalpha() and previous_character.isalpha():
            newword += i
        elif i.isnumeric() and previous_character.isnumeric():
            newword += i
        else:
            groups.append(newword)
            newword = i

        previous_character = i

        if x == len(string) - 2:
            groups.append(newword)
            newword = ''
    return groups

print(seperate_string_number('10in20ft10400bg'))
# outputs : ['10', 'in', '20', 'ft', '10400', 'bg'] 

Javascript (+) sign concatenates instead of giving sum of variables

using braces surrounding the numbers will treat as addition instead of concat.

divID = "question-" + (i+1)

Solution to "subquery returns more than 1 row" error

use MAX in your SELECT to return on value.. EXAMPLE

INSERT INTO school_year_studentid (student_id,syr_id) VALUES
((SELECT MAX(student_id) FROM student), (SELECT MAX(syr_id) FROM school_year))

instead of

INSERT INTO school_year_studentid (student_id,syr_id) VALUES
((SELECT (student_id) FROM student), (SELECT (syr_id) FROM school_year))

try it without MAX it will more than one value

A method to count occurrences in a list

How about something like this ...

var l1 = new List<int>() { 1,2,3,4,5,2,2,2,4,4,4,1 };

var g = l1.GroupBy( i => i );

foreach( var grp in g )
{
  Console.WriteLine( "{0} {1}", grp.Key, grp.Count() );
}

Edit per comment: I will try and do this justice. :)

In my example, it's a Func<int, TKey> because my list is ints. So, I'm telling GroupBy how to group my items. The Func takes a int and returns the the key for my grouping. In this case, I will get an IGrouping<int,int> (a grouping of ints keyed by an int). If I changed it to (i => i.ToString() ) for example, I would be keying my grouping by a string. You can imagine a less trivial example than keying by "1", "2", "3" ... maybe I make a function that returns "one", "two", "three" to be my keys ...

private string SampleMethod( int i )
{
  // magically return "One" if i == 1, "Two" if i == 2, etc.
}

So, that's a Func that would take an int and return a string, just like ...

i =>  // magically return "One" if i == 1, "Two" if i == 2, etc. 

But, since the original question called for knowing the original list value and it's count, I just used an integer to key my integer grouping to make my example simpler.

generate random string for div id

2018 edit: I think this answer has some interesting info, but for any practical applications you should use Joe's answer instead.

A simple way to create a unique ID in JavaScript is to use the Date object:

var uniqid = Date.now();

That gives you the total milliseconds elapsed since January 1st 1970, which is a unique value every time you call that.

The problem with that value now is that you cannot use it as an element's ID, since in HTML, IDs need to start with an alphabetical character. There is also the problem that two users doing an action at the exact same time might result in the same ID. We could lessen the probability of that, and fix our alphabetical character problem, by appending a random letter before the numerical part of the ID.

var randLetter = String.fromCharCode(65 + Math.floor(Math.random() * 26));
var uniqid = randLetter + Date.now();

This still has a chance, however slim, of colliding though. Your best bet for a unique id is to keep a running count, increment it every time, and do all that in a single place, ie, on the server.

How to add an image in the title bar using html?

Try the following:

<link rel="icon" type="image/png" href="img/iconimg.png" />

NB: The href is the directory to your image example. Your image is in a folder called "img" and your image name is "iconimg" and if it is a png use .png, if it is a jpg then .jpg. Remember to do this in the head of your file and not in the body.

failed to open stream: HTTP wrapper does not support writeable connections

Instead of doing file_put_contents(***WebSiteURL***...) you need to use the server path to /cache/lang/file.php (e.g. /home/content/site/folders/filename.php).

You cannot open a file over HTTP and expect it to be written. Instead you need to open it using the local path.

How to handle AssertionError in Python and find out which line or statement it occurred on?

Use the traceback module:

import sys
import traceback

try:
    assert True
    assert 7 == 7
    assert 1 == 2
    # many more statements like this
except AssertionError:
    _, _, tb = sys.exc_info()
    traceback.print_tb(tb) # Fixed format
    tb_info = traceback.extract_tb(tb)
    filename, line, func, text = tb_info[-1]

    print('An error occurred on line {} in statement {}'.format(line, text))
    exit(1)

How to visualize an XML schema?

We offer a tool called DocFlex/XML XSDDoc that allows you to enjoy both things at once:

  • To have diagram represetation of your XML schema
  • To have all those diagrams embedded (and hyperlinked) in a highly sophisticated XML schema documentation

The diagrams in fact are generated not by us, but by Altova XMLSpy. We implemented an Integration with XMLSpy (with the full support of all diagram hyperlinks):

XML schema documentation with diagrams generated by XMLSpy

Here you can see the full this doc: http://www.filigris.com/docflex-xml/xsddoc/examples/html/XMLSchema/index.html

The whole thing provides a functionality not offered by any single vendor right now on the market!

Some our customers were so impressed that they purchased an extra license for XMLSpy only because of our tool. (That's no joke!)


Currently, we've also implemented similar integrations with other XML editors:

With <oXygen/> XML Editor:

XSDDoc with diagrams generated by <oXygen/> XML Editor

See: http://www.filigris.com/docflex-xml/OxygenXML/demo/html/xslt20/index.html

With Liquid XML Studio:

XSDDoc with diagrams generated by Liquid XML

See: http://www.filigris.com/docflex-xml/LiquidXML/demo/html/XMLSchema/index.html


Concerning what all those diagrams depict... Essentially, they are all about content model of XSD elements (as well as other XSD components that lead to elements: complexTypes, element/attribute groups). It seems, there are two approaches here:

  1. To show what a result content model (represented by the given component) would look. That's the approach of XMLSpy.
  2. To show how a particular content model (of the given component) was derived from other components. That's the approach of <oXygen/> XML and Liquid XML.

I personally believe that the diagrams generated by XMLSpy are more useful.

Yet, there were no attempts so far (at least known to me) to depict graphically anything else contained in XML schemas, although one can imagine many...

shorthand If Statements: C#

Recently, I really enjoy shorthand if else statements as a swtich case replacement. In my opinion, this is better in read and take less place. Just take a look:

var redirectUrl =
      status == LoginStatusEnum.Success ? "/SecretPage"
    : status == LoginStatusEnum.Failure ? "/LoginFailed"
    : status == LoginStatusEnum.Sms ? "/2-StepSms"
    : status == LoginStatusEnum.EmailNotConfirmed ? "/EmailNotConfirmed"
    : "/404-Error";

instead of

string redirectUrl;
switch (status)
{
    case LoginStatusEnum.Success:
        redirectUrl = "/SecretPage";
        break;
    case LoginStatusEnum.Failure:
        redirectUrl = "/LoginFailed";
        break;
    case LoginStatusEnum.Sms:
        redirectUrl = "/2-StepSms";
        break;
    case LoginStatusEnum.EmailNotConfirmed:
        redirectUrl = "/EmailNotConfirmed";
        break;
    default:
        redirectUrl = "/404-Error";
        break;
}

How to remove anaconda from windows completely?

It looks that some files are still left and some registry keys are left. So you can run revocleaner tool to remove those entries as well. Do a reboot and install again it should be doing it now. I also faced issue and by complete cleaning I got Rid of it.

How to get the Enum Index value in C#

Use simple casting:

int value = (int) enum.item;

Refer to enum (C# Reference)

Expression must have class type

Allow an analysis.

#include <iostream>   // not #include "iostream"
using namespace std;  // in this case okay, but never do that in header files

class A
{
 public:
  void f() { cout<<"f()\n"; }
};

int main()
{
 /*
 // A a; //this works
 A *a = new A(); //this doesn't
 a.f(); // "f has not been declared"
 */ // below


 // system("pause");  <-- Don't do this. It is non-portable code. I guess your 
 //                       teacher told you this?
 //                       Better: In your IDE there is prolly an option somewhere
 //                               to not close the terminal/console-window.
 //                       If you compile on a CLI, it is not needed at all.
}

As a general advice:

0) Prefer automatic variables
  int a;
  MyClass myInstance;
  std::vector<int> myIntVector;

1) If you need data sharing on big objects down 
   the call hierarchy, prefer references:

  void foo (std::vector<int> const &input) {...}
  void bar () { 
       std::vector<int> something;
       ...
       foo (something);
  }


2) If you need data sharing up the call hierarchy, prefer smart-pointers
   that automatically manage deletion and reference counting.

3) If you need an array, use std::vector<> instead in most cases.
   std::vector<> is ought to be the one default container.

4) I've yet to find a good reason for blank pointers.

   -> Hard to get right exception safe

       class Foo {
           Foo () : a(new int[512]), b(new int[512]) {}
           ~Foo() {
               delete [] b;
               delete [] a;
           }
       };

       -> if the second new[] fails, Foo leaks memory, because the
          destructor is never called. Avoid this easily by using 
          one of the standard containers, like std::vector, or
          smart-pointers.

As a rule of thumb: If you need to manage memory on your own, there is generally a superiour manager or alternative available already, one that follows the RAII principle.

Entity Framework throws exception - Invalid object name 'dbo.BaseCs'

In the context definition, define only two DbSet contexts per context class.

What are the differences between type() and isinstance()?

A practical usage difference is how they handle booleans:

True and False are just keywords that mean 1 and 0 in python. Thus,

isinstance(True, int)

and

isinstance(False, int)

both return True. Both booleans are an instance of an integer. type(), however, is more clever:

type(True) == int

returns False.

How to Auto-start an Android Application?

You have to add a manifest permission entry:

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

(of course you should list all other permissions that your app uses).

Then, implement BroadcastReceiver class, it should be simple and fast executable. The best approach is to set an alarm in this receiver to wake up your service (if it's not necessary to keep it running ale the time as Prahast wrote).

public class BootUpReceiver extends BroadcastReceiver {
    @Override
    public void onReceive(Context context, Intent intent) {
        AlarmManager am = (AlarmManager) context.getSystemService(Context.ALARM_SERVICE);
        PendingIntent pi = PendingIntent.getService(context, 0, new Intent(context, MyService.class), PendingIntent.FLAG_UPDATE_CURRENT);
        am.setInexactRepeating(AlarmManager.RTC_WAKEUP, System.currentTimeMillis() + interval, interval, pi);
    }
}

Then, add a Receiver class to your manifest file:

<receiver android:enabled="true" android:name=".receivers.BootUpReceiver"
    android:permission="android.permission.RECEIVE_BOOT_COMPLETED">
    <intent-filter>
        <action android:name="android.intent.action.BOOT_COMPLETED" />
        <category android:name="android.intent.category.DEFAULT" />
    </intent-filter>
</receiver>

The response content cannot be parsed because the Internet Explorer engine is not available, or

Yet another method to solve: updating registry. In my case I could not alter GPO, and -UseBasicParsing breaks parts of the access to the website. Also I had a service user without log in permissions, so I could not log in as the user and run the GUI.
To fix,

  1. log in as a normal user, run IE setup.
  2. Then export this registry key: HKEY_USERS\S-1-5-21-....\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Internet Explorer
  3. In the .reg file that is saved, replace the user sid with the service account sid
  4. Import the .reg file

In the file

Signed versus Unsigned Integers

Unsigned can hold a larger positive value and no negative value.

Yes.

Unsigned uses the leading bit as a part of the value, while the signed version uses the left-most-bit to identify if the number is positive or negative.

There are different ways of representing signed integers. The easiest to visualise is to use the leftmost bit as a flag (sign and magnitude), but more common is two's complement. Both are in use in most modern microprocessors — floating point uses sign and magnitude, while integer arithmetic uses two's complement.

Signed integers can hold both positive and negative numbers.

Yes.

What are the First and Second Level caches in (N)Hibernate?

First Level Cache

Session object holds the first level cache data. It is enabled by default. The first level cache data will not be available to entire application. An application can use many session object.

Second Level Cache

SessionFactory object holds the second level cache data. The data stored in the second level cache will be available to entire application. But we need to enable it explicitly.

Laravel is there a way to add values to a request array

The best one I have used and researched on it is $request->merge([]) (Check My Piece of Code):

public function index(Request $request) {
    not_permissions_redirect(have_premission(2));
    $filters = (!empty($request->all())) ? true : false;
    $request->merge(['type' => 'admin']);
    $users = $this->service->getAllUsers($request->all());
    $roles = $this->roles->getAllAdminRoles();
    return view('users.list', compact(['users', 'roles', 'filters']));
}

Check line # 3 inside the index function.

sh: 0: getcwd() failed: No such file or directory on cited drive

Even i was having the same problem with python virtualenv It got corrected by a simple restart

sudo shutdown -r now

Public class is inaccessible due to its protection level

Also if you want to do something like ClassB.Run("thing");, make sure the Method Run(); is static or you could call it like this: thing.Run("thing");.

How to suppress Pandas Future warning ?

@bdiamante's answer may only partially help you. If you still get a message after you've suppressed warnings, it's because the pandas library itself is printing the message. There's not much you can do about it unless you edit the Pandas source code yourself. Maybe there's an option internally to suppress them, or a way to override things, but I couldn't find one.


For those who need to know why...

Suppose that you want to ensure a clean working environment. At the top of your script, you put pd.reset_option('all'). With Pandas 0.23.4, you get the following:

>>> import pandas as pd
>>> pd.reset_option('all')
html.border has been deprecated, use display.html.border instead
(currently both are identical)

C:\projects\stackoverflow\venv\lib\site-packages\pandas\core\config.py:619: FutureWarning: html.bord
er has been deprecated, use display.html.border instead
(currently both are identical)

  warnings.warn(d.msg, FutureWarning)

: boolean
    use_inf_as_null had been deprecated and will be removed in a future
    version. Use `use_inf_as_na` instead.

C:\projects\stackoverflow\venv\lib\site-packages\pandas\core\config.py:619: FutureWarning:
: boolean
    use_inf_as_null had been deprecated and will be removed in a future
    version. Use `use_inf_as_na` instead.

  warnings.warn(d.msg, FutureWarning)

>>>

Following the @bdiamante's advice, you use the warnings library. Now, true to it's word, the warnings have been removed. However, several pesky messages remain:

>>> import warnings
>>> warnings.simplefilter(action='ignore', category=FutureWarning)
>>> import pandas as pd
>>> pd.reset_option('all')
html.border has been deprecated, use display.html.border instead
(currently both are identical)


: boolean
    use_inf_as_null had been deprecated and will be removed in a future
    version. Use `use_inf_as_na` instead.

>>>

In fact, disabling all warnings produces the same output:

>>> import warnings
>>> warnings.simplefilter(action='ignore', category=Warning)
>>> import pandas as pd
>>> pd.reset_option('all')
html.border has been deprecated, use display.html.border instead
(currently both are identical)


: boolean
    use_inf_as_null had been deprecated and will be removed in a future
    version. Use `use_inf_as_na` instead.

>>>

In the standard library sense, these aren't true warnings. Pandas implements its own warnings system. Running grep -rn on the warning messages shows that the pandas warning system is implemented in core/config_init.py:

$ grep -rn "html.border has been deprecated"
core/config_init.py:207:html.border has been deprecated, use display.html.border instead

Further chasing shows that I don't have time for this. And you probably don't either. Hopefully this saves you from falling down the rabbit hole or perhaps inspires someone to figure out how to truly suppress these messages!

Regular expression containing one word or another

You just missed an extra pair of brackets for the "OR" symbol. The following should do the trick:

([0-9]+)\s+((\bseconds\b)|(\bminutes\b))

Without those you were either matching a number followed by seconds OR just the word minutes

How to clear/remove observable bindings in Knockout.js?

I think it might be better to keep the binding the entire time, and simply update the data associated with it. I ran into this issue, and found that just calling using the .resetAll() method on the array in which I was keeping my data was the most effective way to do this.

Basically you can start with some global var which contains data to be rendered via the ViewModel:

var myLiveData = ko.observableArray();

It took me a while to realize I couldn't just make myLiveData a normal array -- the ko.oberservableArray part was important.

Then you can go ahead and do whatever you want to myLiveData. For instance, make a $.getJSON call:

$.getJSON("http://foo.bar/data.json?callback=?", function(data) {
    myLiveData.removeAll();
    /* parse the JSON data however you want, get it into myLiveData, as below */
    myLiveData.push(data[0].foo);
    myLiveData.push(data[4].bar);
});

Once you've done this, you can go ahead and apply bindings using your ViewModel as usual:

function MyViewModel() {
    var self = this;
    self.myData = myLiveData;
};
ko.applyBindings(new MyViewModel());

Then in the HTML just use myData as you normally would.

This way, you can just muck with myLiveData from whichever function. For instance, if you want to update every few seconds, just wrap that $.getJSON line in a function and call setInterval on it. You'll never need to remove the binding as long as you remember to keep the myLiveData.removeAll(); line in.

Unless your data is really huge, user's won't even be able to notice the time in between resetting the array and then adding the most-current data back in.

Line Break in XML?

just use &lt;br&gt; at the end of your lines.

How to use sed to remove all double quotes within a file

Try this:

sed -i -e 's/\"//g' file.txt

Full Page <iframe>

This is what I have used in the past.

html, body {
  height: 100%;
  overflow: auto;
}

Also in the iframe add the following style

border: 0; position:fixed; top:0; left:0; right:0; bottom:0; width:100%; height:100%

How do I Merge two Arrays in VBA?

Or even a way that either variable can be uninitialised or an empty array or an array of objects (eg Dictionary objects). Only handles one dimension at a time, though. Also, it APPENDS arr2 to arr1 rather than merges.

Function appendArray(ByVal arr1 As Variant, ByVal arr2 As Variant) As Variant
    Dim holdarr As Variant
    Dim ub1 As Long
    Dim ub2 As Long
    Dim i As Long
    Dim newind As Long

                            ' Allows for one or both variants to not be arrays
    If IsEmpty(arr1) Or Not IsArray(arr1) Then
        arr1 = Array()
    End If

    If IsEmpty(arr2) Or Not IsArray(arr2) Then
        arr2 = Array()
    End If
                            ' Now we assume we DO have two ARRAYS, even if one or the other
                            ' has no elements
    ub1 = UBound(arr1)
    ub2 = UBound(arr2)

    If ub1 = -1 Then
        appendArray = arr2
        Exit Function
    End If

    If ub2 = -1 Then
        appendArray = arr1
        Exit Function
    End If

            ' Copy the first array. We know it is not empty.
    holdarr = arr1

            ' Grow it to the final size we need, keeping the current contents
    ReDim Preserve holdarr(ub1 + ub2 + 1)

            ' Set the starting new index
    newind = UBound(arr1) + 1

            ' Append the second array, allowing that it might be an array of objects
    For i = 0 To ub2
        If VarType(arr2(i)) = vbObject Then
            Set holdarr(newind) = arr2(i)
        Else
            holdarr(newind) = arr2(i)
        End If
        newind = newind + 1
    Next i
            ' Return the appended array
    appendArray = holdarr
End Function

Get Character value from KeyCode in JavaScript... then trim

For those of you who came here looking for the actual Unicode character values for a keycode, like I did, here is a function for that. For instance, given the right arrow unicode keycode this will output the visible string \u001B\u005B\u0043

function toUnicode(theString) {
    var unicodeString = '';
    for (var i = 0; i < theString.length; i++) {
        var theUnicode = theString.charCodeAt(i).toString(16).toUpperCase();
        while (theUnicode.length < 4) {
            theUnicode = '0' + theUnicode;
        }
        theUnicode = '\\u' + theUnicode;
        unicodeString += theUnicode;
    }
    return unicodeString;
}

How to clear the JTextField by clicking JButton

Looking for EventHandling, ActionListener?

or code?

JButton b = new JButton("Clear");
b.addActionListener(new ActionListener(){
    public void actionPerformed(ActionEvent e){
        textfield.setText("");
        //textfield.setText(null); //or use this
    }
});

Also See
How to Use Buttons

How do I use method overloading in Python?

Python does not support method overloading like Java or C++. We may overload the methods, but we can only use the latest defined method.

# First sum method.
# Takes two argument and print their sum
def sum(a, b):
    s = a + b
    print(s)

# Second sum method
# Takes three argument and print their sum
def sum(a, b, c):
    s = a + b + c
    print(s)

# Uncommenting the below line shows an error
# sum(4, 5)

# This line will call the second sum method
sum(4, 5, 5)

We need to provide optional arguments or *args in order to provide a different number of arguments on calling.

Courtesy Python | Method Overloading

ISO C++ forbids comparison between pointer and integer [-fpermissive]| [c++]

char a[2] defines an array of char's. a is a pointer to the memory at the beginning of the array and using == won't actually compare the contents of a with 'ab' because they aren't actually the same types, 'ab' is integer type. Also 'ab' should be "ab" otherwise you'll have problems here too. To compare arrays of char you'd want to use strcmp.

Something that might be illustrative is looking at the typeid of 'ab':

#include <iostream>
#include <typeinfo>
using namespace std;
int main(){
    int some_int =5;
    std::cout << typeid('ab').name() << std::endl;
    std::cout << typeid(some_int).name() << std::endl;
    return 0;
}

on my system this returns:

i
i

showing that 'ab' is actually evaluated as an int.

If you were to do the same thing with a std::string then you would be dealing with a class and std::string has operator == overloaded and will do a comparison check when called this way.

If you wish to compare the input with the string "ab" in an idiomatic c++ way I suggest you do it like so:

#include <iostream>
#include <string>
using namespace std;
int main(){
    string a;
    cout<<"enter ab ";
    cin>>a;
    if(a=="ab"){
         cout<<"correct";
    }
    return 0;
}

This one is due to:

if(a=='ab') , here, a is const char* type (ie : array of char)

'ab' is a constant value,which isn't evaluated as string (because of single quote) but will be evaluated as integer.

Since char is a primitive type inherited from C, no operator == is defined.

the good code should be:

if(strcmp(a,"ab")==0) , then you'll compare a const char* to another const char* using strcmp.

How to use target in location.href

As of 2014, you can trigger the click on a <a/> tag. However, for security reasons, you have to do it in a click event handler, or the browser will tag it as a popup (some other events may allow you to safely trigger the opening).

jsFiddle

Google Maps API throws "Uncaught ReferenceError: google is not defined" only when using AJAX

The API can't be loaded after the document has finished loading by default, you'll need to load it asynchronous.

modify the page with the map:

<div id="map_canvas" style="height: 354px; width:713px;"></div>
<script src="https://ajax.googleapis.com/ajax/libs/jquery/1.8.3/jquery.min.js"></script>
<script src="https://maps.googleapis.com/maps/api/js?v=3.exp&sensor=false&callback=initialize"></script>
<script>
var directionsDisplay,
    directionsService,
    map;

function initialize() {
  var directionsService = new google.maps.DirectionsService();
  directionsDisplay = new google.maps.DirectionsRenderer();
  var chicago = new google.maps.LatLng(41.850033, -87.6500523);
  var mapOptions = { zoom:7, mapTypeId: google.maps.MapTypeId.ROADMAP, center: chicago }
  map = new google.maps.Map(document.getElementById("map_canvas"), mapOptions);
  directionsDisplay.setMap(map);
}

</script>

For more details take a look at: https://stackoverflow.com/questions/14184956/async-google-maps-api-v3-undefined-is-not-a-function/14185834#14185834

Example: http://jsfiddle.net/doktormolle/zJ5em/

How can I pass POST parameters in a URL?

I would like to share my implementation as well. It does require some JavaScript code though.

<form action="./index.php" id="homePage" method="post" style="display: none;">
    <input type="hidden" name="action" value="homePage" />
</form>

<a href="javascript:;" onclick="javascript:
document.getElementById('homePage').submit()">Home</a>

The nice thing about this is that, contrary to GET requests, it doesn't show the parameters in the URL, which is safer.

change PATH permanently on Ubuntu

Add the following line in your .profile file in your home directory (using vi ~/.profile):

PATH=$PATH:/home/me/play
export PATH

Then, for the change to take effect, simply type in your terminal:

$ . ~/.profile

Could not open input file: composer.phar

If you go through the documentation, they have mentioned to use php composer.phar Link: https://getcomposer.org/doc/03-cli.md#update-u

Don't use php composer.phar only give composer

Command: composer self-update

It will work.

Codeigniter displays a blank page instead of error messages

The error, In my case, was occurring because my Apache server was configured to run PHP as Fast CGI, I changed it to FPM and it worked.

jQuery show/hide options from one select drop down, when option on other select dropdown is slected

A litle late perhaps but I would suggest

$(document).ready(function() {
    var layout_select_html = $('#layout_select').html(); //save original dropdown list

    $("#column_select").change(function () {
        var cur_column_val = $(this).val(); //save the selected value of the first dropdown
        $('#layout_select').html(layout_select_html); //set original dropdown list back
        $('#layout_select').children('option').each(function(){ //loop through options
        if($(this).val().indexOf(cur_column_val)== -1){ //do your conditional and if it should not be in the dropdown list
           $(this).remove(); //remove option from list
        }
    });
});

Onchange open URL via select - jQuery

Super easy way is as following. No need to create a function.

<select onchange="window.location = this.options[this.selectedIndex].value">
    <option value="">Switch Language</option>
    <option value="{{ url('/en') }}">English</option>
    <option value="{{ url('/ps') }}">????</option>
    <option value="{{ url('/fa') }}">???</option>
</select>

Count immediate child div elements using jQuery

$("div", "#superpics").size();

How to efficiently concatenate strings in go

benchmark result with memory allocation statistics. check benchmark code at github.

use strings.Builder to optimize performance.

go test -bench . -benchmem
goos: darwin
goarch: amd64
pkg: github.com/hechen0/goexp/exps
BenchmarkConcat-8                1000000             60213 ns/op          503992 B/op          1 allocs/op
BenchmarkBuffer-8               100000000               11.3 ns/op             2 B/op          0 allocs/op
BenchmarkCopy-8                 300000000                4.76 ns/op            0 B/op          0 allocs/op
BenchmarkStringBuilder-8        1000000000               4.14 ns/op            6 B/op          0 allocs/op
PASS
ok      github.com/hechen0/goexp/exps   70.071s

How to reload page the page with pagination in Angular 2?

This should technically be achievable using window.location.reload():

HTML:

<button (click)="refresh()">Refresh</button>

TS:

refresh(): void {
    window.location.reload();
}

Update:

Here is a basic StackBlitz example showing the refresh in action. Notice the URL on "/hello" path is retained when window.location.reload() is executed.

MySQL show status - active or total connections?

It should be the current number of active connections. Run the command processlist to make sure.

URL for reference: http://www.devdaily.com/blog/post/mysql/how-show-open-database-connections-mysql

EDIT: Number of DB connections opened Please take a look here, the actual number of threads (connections) are described here!

How can I render a list select box (dropdown) with bootstrap?

Skelly's nice and easy answer is now outdated with the changes to the dropdown syntax in Bootstap. Instead use this:

$(".dropdown-menu li a").click(function(){
  var selText = $(this).text();
  $(this).parents('.form-group').find('button[data-toggle="dropdown"]').html(selText+' <span class="caret"></span>');
});

How to create a new file in unix?

Try > workdirectory/filename.txt

This would:

  • truncate the file if it exists
  • create if it doesn't exist

You can consider it equivalent to:

rm -f workdirectory/filename.txt; touch workdirectory/filename.txt

Angular2 material dialog has issues - Did you add it to @NgModule.entryComponents?

If someone needs to call Dialog from services here is how to solve the issue. I agree with some of above answer, my answer is for calling dialog in services if someone may face issues on.

Create a service for example DialogService then move your dialog function inside the services and add your dialogservice in the component you call like below code:

 @Component({
  selector: "app-newsfeed",
  templateUrl: "./abc.component.html",
  styleUrls: ["./abc.component.css",],
  providers:[DialogService]
})

otherwise you get error

Twig: in_array or similar possible within if statement?

You just have to change the second line of your second code-block from

{% if myVar is in_array(array_keys(someOtherArray)) %}

to

{% if myVar in someOtherArray|keys %}

in is the containment-operator and keys a filter that returns an arrays keys.

Get current value when change select option - Angular2

Template:

<select class="randomClass" id="randomId" (change) = 
"filterSelected($event.target.value)">

<option *ngFor = 'let type of filterTypes' [value]='type.value'>{{type.display}} 
</option>

</select>

Component:

public filterTypes = [{
  value : 'New', display : 'Open'
},
{
  value : 'Closed', display : 'Closed'
}]


filterSelected(selectedValue:string){
  console.log('selected value= '+selectedValue)

}

Difference between session affinity and sticky session?

Sticky session means that when a request comes into a site from a client all further requests go to the same server initial client request accessed. I believe that session affinity is a synonym for sticky session.

Best practice for partial updates in a RESTful service

Things to add to your augmented question. I think you can often perfectly design more complicated business actions. But you have to give away the method/procedure style of thinking and think more in resources and verbs.

mail sendings


POST /customers/123/mails

payload:
{from: [email protected], subject: "foo", to: [email protected]}

The implementation of this resource + POST would then send out the mail. if necessary you could then offer something like /customer/123/outbox and then offer resource links to /customer/mails/{mailId}.

customer count

You could handle it like a search resource (including search metadata with paging and num-found info, which gives you the count of customers).


GET /customers

response payload:
{numFound: 1234, paging: {self:..., next:..., previous:...} customer: { ...} ....}

Post order traversal of binary tree without recursion

This is the approach I use for iterative, post-order traversal. I like this approach because:

  1. It only handles a single transition per loop-cycle, so it's easy to follow.
  2. A similar solution works for in-order and pre-order traversals

Code:

enum State {LEFT, RIGHT, UP, CURR}

public void iterativePostOrder(Node root) {
  Deque<Node> parents = new ArrayDeque<>();
  Node   curr = root;
  State state = State.LEFT;

  while(!(curr == root && state == State.UP)) {
    switch(state) {
      case LEFT:
        if(curr.left != null) {
          parents.push(curr);
          curr = curr.left;
        } else {
          state = RIGHT;
        }
        break;
      case RIGHT:
        if(curr.right != null) {
          parents.push(curr);
          curr = curr.right;
          state = LEFT;
        } else {
          state = CURR;
        }
        break; 
      case CURR:
        System.out.println(curr);
        state = UP;
        break;
      case UP: 
        Node child = curr;
        curr = parents.pop();
        state = child == curr.left ? RIGHT : CURR;
        break;
      default:
        throw new IllegalStateException();
    }
  }
}

Explanation:

You can think about the steps like this:

  1. Try LEFT
    • if left-node exists: Try LEFT again
    • if left-node does not exist: Try RIGHT
  2. Try RIGHT
    • If a right node exists: Try LEFT from there
    • If no right exists, you're at a leaf: Try CURR
  3. Try CURR
    • Print current node
    • All nodes below have been executed (post-order): Try UP
  4. Try UP
    • If node is root, there is no UP, so EXIT
    • If coming up from left, Try RIGHT
    • If coming up from right, Try CURR

How does MySQL process ORDER BY and LIMIT in a query?

Just as @James says, it will order all records, then get the first 20 rows.

As it is so, you are guaranteed to get the 20 first published articles, the newer ones will not be shown.

In your situation, I recommend that you add desc to order by publish_date, if you want the newest articles, then the newest article will be first.

If you need to keep the result in ascending order, and still only want the 10 newest articles you can ask mysql to sort your result two times.

This query below will sort the result descending and limit the result to 10 (that is the query inside the parenthesis). It will still be sorted in descending order, and we are not satisfied with that, so we ask mysql to sort it one more time. Now we have the newest result on the last row.

select t.article 
from 
    (select article, publish_date 
     from table1
     order by publish_date desc limit 10) t 

order by t.publish_date asc;

If you need all columns, it is done this way:

select t.* 
from 
    (select * 
     from table1  
     order by publish_date desc limit 10) t 

order by t.publish_date asc;

I use this technique when I manually write queries to examine the database for various things. I have not used it in a production environment, but now when I bench marked it, the extra sorting does not impact the performance.

Right HTTP status code to wrong input

In addition to the RFC Spec you can also see this in action. Check out the twitter responses.

https://developer.twitter.com/en/docs/ads/general/guides/response-codes

Java naming convention for static final variables

There is no "right" way -- there are only conventions. You've stated the most common convention, and the one that I follow in my own code: all static finals should be in all caps. I imagine other teams follow other conventions.

How to check if multiple array keys exists

It seems to me, that the easiest method by far would be this:

$required = array('a','b','c','d');

$values = array(
    'a' => '1',
    'b' => '2'
);

$missing = array_diff_key(array_flip($required), $values);

Prints:

Array(
    [c] => 2
    [d] => 3
)

This also allows to check which keys are missing exactly. This might be useful for error handling.

How to change ProgressBar's progress indicator color in Android

The simplest solution I found out is something like this:

<item name="colorAccent">@color/white_or_any_color</item>

Put the above in styles.xml file under res > values folder.

NOTE: If you use any other accent color, then the previous solutions should be good to go with.

API 21 or HIGHER

Php header location redirect not working

Make Sure that you don't leave a space before <?php when you start <?php tag at the top of the page.

POST JSON to API using Rails and HTTParty

The :query_string_normalizer option is also available, which will override the default normalizer HashConversions.to_params(query)

query_string_normalizer: ->(query){query.to_json}

How do I compare two strings in python?

For that, you can use default difflib in python

from difflib import SequenceMatcher

def similar(a, b):
    return SequenceMatcher(None, a, b).ratio()

then call similar() as

similar(string1, string2)

it will return compare as ,ratio >= threshold to get match result

Ignore python multiple return value

This is not a direct answer to the question. Rather it answers this question: "How do I choose a specific function output from many possible options?".

If you are able to write the function (ie, it is not in a library you cannot modify), then add an input argument that indicates what you want out of the function. Make it a named argument with a default value so in the "common case" you don't even have to specify it.

    def fancy_function( arg1, arg2, return_type=1 ):
        ret_val = None
        if( 1 == return_type ):
            ret_val = arg1 + arg2
        elif( 2 == return_type ):
            ret_val = [ arg1, arg2, arg1 * arg2 ]
        else:
            ret_val = ( arg1, arg2, arg1 + arg2, arg1 * arg2 ) 
        return( ret_val )

This method gives the function "advanced warning" regarding the desired output. Consequently it can skip unneeded processing and only do the work necessary to get your desired output. Also because Python does dynamic typing, the return type can change. Notice how the example returns a scalar, a list or a tuple... whatever you like!

UPDATE multiple tables in MySQL using LEFT JOIN

UPDATE  t1
LEFT JOIN
        t2
ON      t2.id = t1.id
SET     t1.col1 = newvalue
WHERE   t2.id IS NULL

Note that for a SELECT it would be more efficient to use NOT IN / NOT EXISTS syntax:

SELECT  t1.*
FROM    t1
WHERE   t1.id NOT IN
        (
        SELECT  id
        FROM    t2
        )

See the article in my blog for performance details:

Unfortunately, MySQL does not allow using the target table in a subquery in an UPDATE statement, that's why you'll need to stick to less efficient LEFT JOIN syntax.

How to display UTF-8 characters in phpMyAdmin?

It works for me,

mysqli_query($con, "SET character_set_results = 'utf8', character_set_client = 'utf8', character_set_connection = 'utf8', character_set_database = 'utf8', character_set_server = 'utf8'");

NodeJs : TypeError: require(...) is not a function

For me, when I do Immediately invoked function, I need to put ; at the end of require().

Error:

const fs = require('fs')

(() => {
  console.log('wow')
})()

Good:

const fs = require('fs');

(() => {
  console.log('wow')
})()

Printing a char with printf

%d prints an integer: it will print the ascii representation of your character. What you need is %c:

printf("%c", ch);

printf("%d", '\0'); prints the ascii representation of '\0', which is 0 (by escaping 0 you tell the compiler to use the ascii value 0.

printf("%d", sizeof('\n')); prints 4 because a character literal is an int, in C, and not a char.

Update select2 data without rebuilding the control

As best I can tell, it is not possible to update the select2 options without refreshing the entire list or entering some search text and using a query function.

What are those buttons supposed to do? If they are used to determine the select options, why not put them outside of the select box, and have them programmatically set the select box data and then open it? I don't understand why you would want to put them on top of the search box. If the user is not supposed to search, you can use the minimumResultsForSearch option to hide the search feature.

Edit: How about this...

HTML:

<input type="hidden" id="select2" class="select" />

Javascript

var data = [{id: 0, text: "Zero"}],
    select = $('#select2');

select.select2({
  query: function(query) {
    query.callback({results: data});
  },
  width: '150px'
});

console.log('Opening select2...');
select.select2('open');

setTimeout(function() {
  console.log('Updating data...');
  data = [{id: 1, text: 'One'}];
}, 1500);

setTimeout(function() {
  console.log('Fake keyup-change...');
  select.data().select2.search.trigger('keyup-change');
}, 3000);

Example: Plunker

Edit 2: That will at least get it to update the list, however there is still some weirdness if you have entered search text before triggering the keyup-change event.

Unsupported major.minor version 52.0 when rendering in Android Studio

Changing to Java SDK to Java 8 worked for me. Android Studio settings: File -> other settings ->Default project structure -> JDK location -> jdk1.8.0_71.jdk/Contents/Home

AngularJS : The correct way of binding to a service properties

Late to the party, but for future Googlers - don't use the provided answer.

JavaScript has a mechanism of passing objects by reference, while it only passes a shallow copy for values "numbers, strings etc".

In above example, instead of binding attributes of a service, why don't we expose the service to the scope?

$scope.hello = HelloService;

This simple approach will make angular able to do two-way binding and all the magical things you need. Don't hack your controller with watchers or unneeded markup.

And if you are worried about your view accidentally overwriting your service attributes, use defineProperty to make it readable, enumerable, configurable, or define getters and setters. You can gain lots of control by making your service more solid.

Final tip: if you spend your time working on your controller more than your services then you are doing it wrong :(.

In that particular demo code you supplied I would recommend you do:

 function TimerCtrl1($scope, Timer) {
   $scope.timer = Timer;
 }
///Inside view
{{ timer.time_updated }}
{{ timer.other_property }}
etc...

Edit:

As I mentioned above, you can control the behaviour of your service attributes using defineProperty

Example:

// Lets expose a property named "propertyWithSetter" on our service
// and hook a setter function that automatically saves new value to db !
Object.defineProperty(self, 'propertyWithSetter', {
  get: function() { return self.data.variable; },
  set: function(newValue) { 
         self.data.variable = newValue; 
         // let's update the database too to reflect changes in data-model !
         self.updateDatabaseWithNewData(data);
       },
  enumerable: true,
  configurable: true
});

Now in our controller if we do

$scope.hello = HelloService;
$scope.hello.propertyWithSetter = 'NEW VALUE';

our service will change the value of propertyWithSetter and also post the new value to database somehow!

Or we can take any approach we want.

Refer to the MDN documentation for defineProperty.