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Error Dropping Database (Can't rmdir '.test\', errno: 17)

I had the same issue (mysql 5.6 on mac) with 'can't rmdir..'-errors when dropping databases. Leaving an empty database directory not possible to get rid of. Thanks @Framework and @Beel for the solutions.

I first deleted the db directory from the Terminal in (/Applications/XAMPP/xamppfiles/var/mysql).

For further db drops, I also deleted the empty test file. In my case the file was called NOTEMPTY but still containing 0:

sudo ls -al test
total 0
drwxrwx---   3 _mysql  _mysql  102 Mar 26 16:50 .
drwxrwxr-x  18 _mysql  _mysql  612 Apr  7 13:34 ..
-rw-rw----   1 _mysql  _mysql    0 Jun 26  2013 NOTEMPTY

Chmod first and then

sudo rm -rf test/NOTEMPTY

No problems dropping databases after that

Remove items from one list in another

You could use LINQ, but I would go with RemoveAll method. I think that is the one that better expresses your intent.

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

var remove = new List<int> { 1, 3, 5 };

integers.RemoveAll(i => remove.Contains(i));

Evaluate if list is empty JSTL

There's also the function tags, a bit more flexible:

<%@ taglib uri="http://java.sun.com/jsp/jstl/functions" prefix="fn" %>
<c:if test="${fn:length(list) > 0}">

And here's the tag documentation.

AngularJS - get element attributes values

Use Jquery functions

<Button id="myPselector" data-id="1234">HI</Button> 
console.log($("#myPselector").attr('data-id'));

Passing Objects By Reference or Value in C#

Lots of good answers had been added. I still want to contribute, might be it will clarify slightly more.

When you pass an instance as an argument to the method it passes the copy of the instance. Now, if the instance you pass is a value type(resides in the stack) you pass the copy of that value, so if you modify it, it won't be reflected in the caller. If the instance is a reference type you pass the copy of the reference(again resides in the stack) to the object. So you got two references to the same object. Both of them can modify the object. But if within the method body, you instantiate new object your copy of the reference will no longer refer to the original object, it will refer to the new object you just created. So you will end up having 2 references and 2 objects.

Getting the location from an IP address

The service in Ben Dowling's response has changed, so it's now simpler. To find the location, simply do:

// no need to pass ip any longer; ipinfo grabs the ip of the person requesting
$details = json_decode(file_get_contents("http://ipinfo.io/"));
echo $details->city; // city

The coordinates return in a single string like '31,-80', so from there you just:

$coordinates = explode(",", $details->loc); // -> '31,-89' becomes'31','-80'
echo $coordinates[0]; // latitude
echo $coordinates[1]; // longitude

Group By Eloquent ORM

Laravel 5

This is working for me (i use laravel 5.6).

$collection = MyModel::all()->groupBy('column');

If you want to convert the collection to plain php array, you can use toArray()

$array = MyModel::all()->groupBy('column')->toArray();

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

Here is how I do it by using HashSet

        HashSet<String> hs = new HashSet<string>(new String[] { "Pluto", "Earth", "Neptune" });
        String[] arr =
        {
            "Pluto",
            "Earth",
            "Neptune",
            "Jupiter",
            "Saturn",
            "Mercury",
            "Pluto",
            "Earth",
            "Neptune",
            "Jupiter",
            "Saturn",
            "Mercury",
            // etc.
        };
        ICollection<String> coll = arr;

        String[] arrStrFiltered = coll.Where(str => hs.Contains(str)).ToArray();

HashSet is basically almost to O(1) so your complexity remains O(n).

Print second last column/field in awk

Small addition to Chris Kannon' accepted answer: only print if there actually is a second last column.

(
echo       | awk 'NF && NF-1 { print ( $(NF-1) ) }'
echo 1     | awk 'NF && NF-1 { print ( $(NF-1) ) }'
echo 1 2   | awk 'NF && NF-1 { print ( $(NF-1) ) }'
echo 1 2 3 | awk 'NF && NF-1 { print ( $(NF-1) ) }'
)

Python sys.argv lists and indexes

let's say on the command-line you have:

C:\> C:\Documents and Settings\fred\My Documents\Downloads\google-python-exercises
\google-python-exercises\hello.py John

to make it easier to read, let's just shorten this to:

C:\> hello.py John

argv represents all the items that come along via the command-line input, but counting starts at zero (0) not one (1): in this case, "hello.py" is element 0, "John" is element 1

in other words, sys.argv[0] == 'hello.py' and sys.argv[1] == 'John' ... but look, how many elements is this? 2, right! so even though the numbers are 0 and 1, there are 2 elements here.

len(sys.argv) >= 2 just checks whether you entered at least two elements. in this case, we entered exactly 2.

now let's translate your code into English:

define main() function:
    if there are at least 2 elements on the cmd-line:
        set 'name' to the second element located at index 1, e.g., John
    otherwise there is only 1 element... the program name, e.g., hello.py:
        set 'name' to "World" (since we did not get any useful user input)
    display 'Hello' followed by whatever i assigned to 'name'

so what does this mean? it means that if you enter:

  • "hello.py", the code outputs "Hello World" because you didn't give a name
  • "hello.py John", the code outputs "Hello John" because you did
  • "hello.py John Paul", the code still outputs "Hello John" because it does not save nor use sys.argv[2], which was "Paul" -- can you see in this case that len(sys.argv) == 3 because there are 3 elements in the sys.argv list?

How to export a MySQL database to JSON?

Another solution, if you are using Ruby, is to write a connection script to the database with ActiveRecord. You will need to install it first

gem install activerecord

# ruby ./export-mysql.rb
require 'rubygems'
require 'active_record'

ActiveRecord::Base.establish_connection(
  :adapter => "mysql",
  :database => "database_name",
  :username => "root",
  :password => "",
  :host => "localhost"
)

class Event < ActiveRecord::Base; end
class Person < ActiveRecord::Base; end

File.open("events.json", "w") { |f| f.write Event.all.to_json }
File.open("people.json", "w") { |f| f.write Person.all.to_json }

You can also add methods to the ActiveRecord classes if you want to manipulate data first or include or exclude certain columns.

Person.all.to_json(:only => [ :id, :name ])

With ActiveRecord you are not limited to JSON. You can just as easily export as XML or YAML

Person.all.to_xml
Person.all.to_yaml

You are not limited to MySQL. Any database supported by ActiveRecord (Postgres, SQLite3, Oracle... etc).

And it's worth mentioning you could open another handle to a database

require 'active_record'

ActiveRecord::Base.configurations["mysql"] = {
  :adapter  => 'mysql',
  :database => 'database_name',
  :username => 'root',
  :password => '',
  :host     => 'localhost'
}


ActiveRecord::Base.configurations["sqlite3"] = {
  :adapter  => 'sqlite3',
  :database => 'db/development.sqlite3'
}

class PersonMySQL < ActiveRecord::Base
  establish_connection "mysql"
end

class PersonSQLite < ActiveRecord::Base
  establish_connection "sqlite3"
end


PersonMySQL.all.each do |person|
    PersonSQLite.create(person.attributes.except("id"))
end

Here is a quick little blog post about it http://www.seanbehan.com/how-to-export-a-mysql-database-to-json-csv-and-xml-with-ruby-and-the-activerecord-gem

Sleep for milliseconds

In C++11, you can do this with standard library facilities:

#include <chrono>
#include <thread>
std::this_thread::sleep_for(std::chrono::milliseconds(x));

Clear and readable, no more need to guess at what units the sleep() function takes.

html table cell width for different rows

One solution would be to divide your table into 20 columns of 5% width each, then use colspan on each real column to get the desired width, like this:

_x000D_
_x000D_
<html>_x000D_
<body bgcolor="#14B3D9">_x000D_
<table width="100%" border="1" bgcolor="#ffffff">_x000D_
    <colgroup>_x000D_
        <col width="5%"><col width="5%">_x000D_
        <col width="5%"><col width="5%">_x000D_
        <col width="5%"><col width="5%">_x000D_
        <col width="5%"><col width="5%">_x000D_
        <col width="5%"><col width="5%">_x000D_
        <col width="5%"><col width="5%">_x000D_
        <col width="5%"><col width="5%">_x000D_
        <col width="5%"><col width="5%">_x000D_
        <col width="5%"><col width="5%">_x000D_
        <col width="5%"><col width="5%">_x000D_
    </colgroup>_x000D_
    <tr>_x000D_
        <td colspan=5>25</td>_x000D_
        <td colspan=10>50</td>_x000D_
        <td colspan=5>25</td>_x000D_
    </tr>_x000D_
    <tr>_x000D_
        <td colspan=10>50</td>_x000D_
        <td colspan=6>30</td>_x000D_
        <td colspan=4>20</td>_x000D_
    </tr>_x000D_
</table>_x000D_
</body>_x000D_
</html>
_x000D_
_x000D_
_x000D_

JSFIDDLE

How can I scroll to a specific location on the page using jquery?

<div id="idVal">
    <!--div content goes here-->
</div>
...
<script type="text/javascript">
     $(document).ready(function(){
         var divLoc = $('#idVal').offset();
         $('html, body').animate({scrollTop: divLoc.top}, "slow");
     });
</script>

This example shows to locate to a particular div id i.e, 'idVal' in this case. If you have subsequent divs/tables that will open up in this page via ajax, then you can assign unique divs and call the script to scroll to the particular location for each contents of divs.

Hope this will be useful.

Android Failed to install HelloWorld.apk on device (null) Error

When it shows the red writing - the error , don't close the emulator - leave it as is and run the application again.

Replacing NULL with 0 in a SQL server query

With coalesce:

coalesce(column_name,0)

Although, where summing when condition then 1, you could just as easily change sum to count - eg:

count(case when c.runstatus = 'Succeeded' then 1 end) as Succeeded,

(Count(null) returns 0, while sum(null) returns null.)

What is mod_php?

It means that you have to have PHP installed as a module in Apache, instead of starting it as a CGI script.

getSupportActionBar() The method getSupportActionBar() is undefined for the type TaskActivity. Why?

You have to change the extends Activity to extends AppCompactActivity then try set and getSupportActionBar()

ERROR : [Microsoft][ODBC Driver Manager] Data source name not found and no default driver specified

I got a similar error, which was resolved by installing the corresponding MySQL drivers from:

http://www.connectionstrings.com/mysql-connector-odbc-5-2/info-and-download/

and by performing the following steps:

  1. Go to IIS and Application Pools in the left menu.
  2. Select relevant application pool which is assigned to the project.
  3. Click the Set Application Pool Defaults.
  4. In General Tab, set the Enable 32 Bit Application entry to "True".

Reference:

http://www.codeproject.com/Tips/305249/ERROR-IM-Microsoft-ODBC-Driver-Manager-Data-sou

Closing Twitter Bootstrap Modal From Angular Controller

Here's a reusable Angular directive that will hide and show a Bootstrap modal.

app.directive("modalShow", function () {
    return {
        restrict: "A",
        scope: {
            modalVisible: "="
        },
        link: function (scope, element, attrs) {

            //Hide or show the modal
            scope.showModal = function (visible) {
                if (visible)
                {
                    element.modal("show");
                }
                else
                {
                    element.modal("hide");
                }
            }

            //Check to see if the modal-visible attribute exists
            if (!attrs.modalVisible)
            {

                //The attribute isn't defined, show the modal by default
                scope.showModal(true);

            }
            else
            {

                //Watch for changes to the modal-visible attribute
                scope.$watch("modalVisible", function (newValue, oldValue) {
                    scope.showModal(newValue);
                });

                //Update the visible value when the dialog is closed through UI actions (Ok, cancel, etc.)
                element.bind("hide.bs.modal", function () {
                    scope.modalVisible = false;
                    if (!scope.$$phase && !scope.$root.$$phase)
                        scope.$apply();
                });

            }

        }
    };

});

Usage Example #1 - this assumes you want to show the modal - you could add ng-if as a condition

<div modal-show class="modal fade"> ...bootstrap modal... </div>

Usage Example #2 - this uses an Angular expression in the modal-visible attribute

<div modal-show modal-visible="showDialog" class="modal fade"> ...bootstrap modal... </div>

Another Example - to demo the controller interaction, you could add something like this to your controller and it will show the modal after 2 seconds and then hide it after 5 seconds.

$scope.showDialog = false;
$timeout(function () { $scope.showDialog = true; }, 2000)
$timeout(function () { $scope.showDialog = false; }, 5000)

I'm late to contribute to this question - created this directive for another question here. Simple Angular Directive for Bootstrap Modal

Hope this helps.

Calculating Covariance with Python and Numpy

Thanks to unutbu for the explanation. By default numpy.cov calculates the sample covariance. To obtain the population covariance you can specify normalisation by the total N samples like this:

Covariance = numpy.cov(a, b, bias=True)[0][1]
print(Covariance)

or like this:

Covariance = numpy.cov(a, b, ddof=0)[0][1]
print(Covariance)

Take nth column in a text file

For the sake of completeness:

while read _ _ one _ two _; do
    echo "$one $two"
done < file.txt

Instead of _ an arbitrary variable (such as junk) can be used as well. The point is just to extract the columns.

Demo:

$ while read _ _ one _ two _; do echo "$one $two"; done < /tmp/file.txt
1657 19.6117
1410 18.8302
3078 18.6695
2434 14.0508
3129 13.5495

Gradle version 2.2 is required. Current version is 2.10

Just Change in build.gradle file

 classpath 'com.android.tools.build:gradle:1.3.0'

To

 classpath 'com.android.tools.build:gradle:2.0.0'
  1. Now GoTo -> menu choose File -> Invalidate Caches/Restart...

  2. Choose first option: Invalidate and Restart

    Android Studio would restart.

    After this, it should work normally.

Is it possible to get the current spark context settings in PySpark?

If you want to see the configuration in data bricks use the below command

spark.sparkContext._conf.getAll()

ASP.NET MVC 3 Razor - Adding class to EditorFor

While the question was targeted at MVC 3.0, we find the problem persists in MVC 4.0 as well. MVC 5.0 now includes natively an overload for htmlAttributes.

I am forced to use MVC 4.0 at my current place of employment and needed to add a css class for JQuery integration. I solved this problem using a single extension method...

Extension Method:

using System.Linq;
using System.Web.Mvc;
using System.Web.Routing;
using System.Xml.Linq;

namespace MyTest.Utilities
{
    public static class MVCHelperExtensionMethods
    {
        public static MvcHtmlString AddHtmlAttributes(this MvcHtmlString input, object htmlAttributes)
        {
            // WE WANT TO INJECT INTO AN EXISTING ELEMENT.  IF THE ATTRIBUTE ALREADY EXISTS, ADD TO IT, OTHERWISE
            // CREATE THE ATTRIBUTE WITH DATA VALUES.

            // USE XML PARSER TO PARSE HTML ELEMENT
            var xdoc = XDocument.Parse(input.ToHtmlString());
            var rootElement = (from e in xdoc.Elements() select e).FirstOrDefault();

            // IF WE CANNOT PARSE THE INPUT USING XDocument THEN RETURN THE ORIGINAL UNMODIFIED.
            if (rootElement == null)
            {
                return input;
            }

            // USE RouteValueDictionary TO PARSE THE NEW HTML ATTRIBUTES
            var routeValueDictionary = new RouteValueDictionary(htmlAttributes);

            foreach (var routeValue in routeValueDictionary)
            {
                var attribute = rootElement.Attribute(routeValue.Key);

                if (attribute == null)
                {
                    attribute = new XAttribute(name: routeValue.Key, value: routeValue.Value);
                    rootElement.Add(attribute);
                }
                else
                {
                    attribute.Value = string.Format("{0} {1}", attribute.Value, routeValue.Value).Trim();
                }
            }

            var elementString = rootElement.ToString();
            var response = new MvcHtmlString(elementString);
            return response;
        }
    }
}

HTML Markup Usage:

@Html.EditorFor(expression: x => x.MyTestProperty).AddHtmlAttributes(new { @class = "form-control" })

(Make sure to include the extension method's namespace in the razor view)

Explanation: The idea is to inject into the existing HTML. I opted to parse the current element using Linq-to-XML using XDocument.Parse(). I pass the htmlAttributes as type object. I utilize MVC RouteValueDictionary to parse the htmlAttributes passed in. I merge the attributes where they already exist, or add a new attribute if it does not yet exist.

In the event the input is not parsable by XDocument.Parse() I abandon all hope and return the original input string.

Now I can use the benefit of the DisplayFor (rendering datatypes such as currency appropriately) but also have the ability to specify css classes (and any other attribute for that matter). Could be helpful for adding attributes such as data-*, or ng-* (Angular).

Difference between null and empty string

When Object variables are initially used in a language like Java, they have absolutely no value at all - not zero, but literally no value - that is null

For instance: String s;

If you were to use s, it would actually have a value of null, because it holds absolute nothing.

An empty string, however, is a value - it is a string of no characters.

String s; //Inits to null
String a =""; //A blank string

Null is essentially 'nothing' - it's the default 'value' (to use the term loosely) that Java assigns to any Object variable that was not initialized.

Null isn't really a value - and as such, doesn't have properties. So, calling anything that is meant to return a value - such as .length(), will invariably return an error, because 'nothing' cannot have properties.

To go into more depth, by creating s1 = ""; you are initializing an object, which can have properties, and takes up relevant space in memory. By using s2; you are designating that variable name to be a String, but are not actually assigning any value at that point.

Is it possible to set a number to NaN or infinity?

Cast from string using float():

>>> float('NaN')
nan
>>> float('Inf')
inf
>>> -float('Inf')
-inf
>>> float('Inf') == float('Inf')
True
>>> float('Inf') == 1
False

AWS ssh access 'Permission denied (publickey)' issue

For my ubuntu images, it is actually ubuntu user and NOT the ec2-user ;)

Extract string between two strings in java

Your pattern is fine. But you shouldn't be split()ting it away, you should find() it. Following code gives the output you are looking for:

String str = "ZZZZL <%= dsn %> AFFF <%= AFG %>";
Pattern pattern = Pattern.compile("<%=(.*?)%>", Pattern.DOTALL);
Matcher matcher = pattern.matcher(str);
while (matcher.find()) {
    System.out.println(matcher.group(1));
}

Java file path in Linux

Looks like you are missing a leading slash. Perhaps try:

Scanner s = new Scanner(new File("/home/me/java/ex.txt"));

(as to where it looks for files by default, it is where the JVM is run from for relative paths like the one you have in your question)

Bootstrap 4 card-deck with number of columns based on viewport

I've used CSS Grid to fix that. CSS Grid will make all the elements in the same row, all the same height.

I haven't looked into making all the elements in all the rows the same height though.

Anyway, here's how it can be done:

HTML:

<div class="grid-container">

  <div class="card">...</div>
  <div class="card">...</div>
</div>

CSS:

.grid-container {
  display: grid;  
  grid-template-columns: repeat(auto-fit, minmax(200px, 1fr));
}

Here's a complete JSFiddle. https://jsfiddle.net/bluegrounds/owjvhstq/4/

Subtracting Number of Days from a Date in PL/SQL

Use sysdate-1 to subtract one day from system date.

select sysdate, sysdate -1 from dual;

Output:

SYSDATE  SYSDATE-1
-------- ---------
22-10-13 21-10-13 

Is there an exponent operator in C#?

Since no-one has yet wrote a function to do this with two integers, here's one way:

private long CalculatePower(int number, int powerOf)
{
    for (int i = powerOf; i > 1; i--)
        number *= number;
    return number;
}
CalculatePower(5, 3); // 125
CalculatePower(8, 4); // 4096
CalculatePower(6, 2); // 36

Alternatively in VB.NET:

Private Function CalculatePower(number As Integer, powerOf As Integer) As Long
    For i As Integer = powerOf To 2 Step -1
        number *= number
    Next
    Return number
End Function
CalculatePower(5, 3) ' 125
CalculatePower(8, 4) ' 4096
CalculatePower(6, 2) ' 36

Is there a way to 'pretty' print MongoDB shell output to a file?

Also there is mongoexport for that, but I'm not sure since which version it is available.

Example:

mongoexport -d dbname -c collection --jsonArray --pretty --quiet --out output.json

Getting all files in directory with ajax

Javascript which runs on the client machine can't access the local disk file system due to security restrictions.

If you want to access the client's disk file system then look into an embedded client application which you serve up from your webpage, like an Applet, Silverlight or something like that. If you like to access the server's disk file system, then look for the solution in the server side corner using a server side programming language like Java, PHP, etc, whatever your webserver is currently using/supporting.

How to do a https request with bad certificate?

Proper way (as of Go 1.13) (provided by answer below):

customTransport := http.DefaultTransport.(*http.Transport).Clone()
customTransport.TLSClientConfig = &tls.Config{InsecureSkipVerify: true}
client := &http.Client{Transport: customTransport}

Original Answer:

Here's a way to do it without losing the default settings of the DefaultTransport, and without needing the fake request as per user comment.

defaultTransport := http.DefaultTransport.(*http.Transport)

// Create new Transport that ignores self-signed SSL
customTransport := &http.Transport{
  Proxy:                 defaultTransport.Proxy,
  DialContext:           defaultTransport.DialContext,
  MaxIdleConns:          defaultTransport.MaxIdleConns,
  IdleConnTimeout:       defaultTransport.IdleConnTimeout,
  ExpectContinueTimeout: defaultTransport.ExpectContinueTimeout,
  TLSHandshakeTimeout:   defaultTransport.TLSHandshakeTimeout,
  TLSClientConfig:       &tls.Config{InsecureSkipVerify: true},
}
client := &http.Client{Transport: customTransport}

Shorter way:

customTransport := &(*http.DefaultTransport.(*http.Transport)) // make shallow copy
customTransport.TLSClientConfig = &tls.Config{InsecureSkipVerify: true}
client := &http.Client{Transport: customTransport}

Warning: For testing/development purposes only. Anything else, proceed at your own risk!!!

How could I use requests in asyncio?

aiohttp can be used with HTTP proxy already:

import asyncio
import aiohttp


@asyncio.coroutine
def do_request():
    proxy_url = 'http://localhost:8118'  # your proxy address
    response = yield from aiohttp.request(
        'GET', 'http://google.com',
        proxy=proxy_url,
    )
    return response

loop = asyncio.get_event_loop()
loop.run_until_complete(do_request())

chart.js load totally new data

I tried neaumusic solution, but later found out that the only problem with destroy is the scope.

var chart;

function renderGraph() {
    // Destroy old graph
    if (chart) {
        chart.destroy();
    }

    // Render chart
    chart = new Chart(
        document.getElementById(idChartMainWrapperCanvas),
        chartOptions
    );
}

Moving my chart variable outside the function scope, got it working for me.

How do I specify the JDK for a GlassFish domain?

Here you can find how to set path to JDK for Glassfish: http://www.devdaily.com/blog/post/java/fixing-glassfish-jdk-path-problem-solved

Check

glassfish\config\asenv.bat

where java path is configured

REM set AS_JAVA=C:\Program Files\Java\jdk1.6.0_04\jre/..
set AS_JAVA=C:\Program Files\Java\jdk1.5.0_16

How to check if a table exists in a given schema

Perhaps use information_schema:

SELECT EXISTS(
    SELECT * 
    FROM information_schema.tables 
    WHERE 
      table_schema = 'company3' AND 
      table_name = 'tableincompany3schema'
);

SimpleDateFormat parsing date with 'Z' literal

The time zone should be something like "GMT+00:00" or 0000 in order to be properly parsed by the SimpleDateFormat - you can replace Z with this construction.

InputStream from a URL

Try:

final InputStream is = new URL("http://wwww.somewebsite.com/a.txt").openStream();

How can I create a Windows .exe (standalone executable) using Java/Eclipse?

Java doesn't natively allow building of an exe, that would defeat its purpose of being cross-platform.

AFAIK, these are your options:

  1. Make a runnable JAR. If the system supports it and is configured appropriately, in a GUI, double clicking the JAR will launch the app. Another option would be to write a launcher shell script/batch file which will start your JAR with the appropriate parameters

  2. There also executable wrappers - see How can I convert my Java program to an .exe file?

See also: Convert Java to EXE: Why, When, When Not and How

Failed to execute removeChild on Node

The direct parent of your child is markerDiv, so you should call remove from markerDiv as so:

markerDiv.removeChild(myCoolDiv);

Alternatively, you may want to remove markerNode. Since that node was appended directly to videoContainer, it can be removed with:

document.getElementById("playerContainer").removeChild(markerDiv);

Now, the easiest general way to remove a node, if you are absolutely confident that you did insert it into the DOM, is this:

markerDiv.parentNode.removeChild(markerDiv);

This works for any node (just replace markerDiv with a different node), and finds the parent of the node directly in order to call remove from it. If you are unsure if you added it, double check if the parentNode is non-null before calling removeChild.

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

I have found that if the view model contains many div bindings the best way to clear the ko.applyBindings(new someModelView); is to use: ko.cleanNode($("body")[0]); This allows you to call a new ko.applyBindings(new someModelView2); dynamically without the worry of the previous view model still being binded.

Does Python have a string 'contains' substring method?

Here is your answer:

if "insert_char_or_string_here" in "insert_string_to_search_here":
    #DOSTUFF

For checking if it is false:

if not "insert_char_or_string_here" in "insert_string_to_search_here":
    #DOSTUFF

OR:

if "insert_char_or_string_here" not in "insert_string_to_search_here":
    #DOSTUFF

How to debug external class library projects in visual studio?

Assume the path of

Project A

C:\Projects\ProjectA

Project B

C:\Projects\ProjectB

and the dll of ProjectB is in

C:\Projects\ProjectB\bin\Debug\

To debug into ProjectB from ProjectA, do the following

  1. Copy B's dll with dll's .PDB to the ProjectA's compiling directory.
  2. Now debug ProjectA. When code reaches the part where you need to call dll's method or events etc while debugging, press F11 to step into the dll's code.

NOTE : DO NOT MISS TO COPY THE .PDB FILE

How does Tomcat locate the webapps directory?

I'm using Tomcat through XAMPP which might have been the cause of this problem. When I changed appBase="C:/Java Project/", for example, I kept getting "This localhost page can't be found" in the browser.

I had to add a folder called ROOT inside the Java Project folder and then it worked. Any files you're working on have to be inside this ROOT folder but you need to leave appBase="C:/Java Project/" as changing it to appBase="C:/Java Project/ROOT" will cause "This localhost page can't be found" to be displayed again.

Maybe needing the ROOT folder is obvious to more experienced Java developers but it wasn't for me so hopefully this helps anyone else encountering the same problem.

Closing JFrame with button click

You will need a reference to the specific frame you want to close but assuming you have the reference dispose() should close the frame.

jButton1.addActionListener(new ActionListener() {
    public void actionPerformed(ActionEvent e)
    {
       frameToClose.dispose();
    }
});

How to alter SQL in "Edit Top 200 Rows" in SSMS 2008

Similar to David Hall's response, if you are a non-coder, it may be easiest to right-click within results, then choose Pane > Criteria. This allows you to adjust sort, add filters, etc... without adjusting SQL code.

Calculate distance in meters when you know longitude and latitude in java

Based on another question on stackoverflow, I got this code.. This calculates the result in meters, not in miles :)

 public static float distFrom(float lat1, float lng1, float lat2, float lng2) {
    double earthRadius = 6371000; //meters
    double dLat = Math.toRadians(lat2-lat1);
    double dLng = Math.toRadians(lng2-lng1);
    double a = Math.sin(dLat/2) * Math.sin(dLat/2) +
               Math.cos(Math.toRadians(lat1)) * Math.cos(Math.toRadians(lat2)) *
               Math.sin(dLng/2) * Math.sin(dLng/2);
    double c = 2 * Math.atan2(Math.sqrt(a), Math.sqrt(1-a));
    float dist = (float) (earthRadius * c);

    return dist;
    }

excel delete row if column contains value from to-remove-list

Here is how I would do it if working with a large number of "to remove" values that would take a long time to manually remove.

  • -Put Original List in Column A -Put To Remove list in Column B -Select both columns, then "Conditional Formatting"
    -Select "Hightlight Cells Rules" --> "Duplicate Values"
    -The duplicates should be hightlighted in both columns
    -Then select Column A and then "Sort & Filter" ---> "Custom Sort"
    -In the dialog box that appears, select the middle option "Sort On" and pick "Cell Color"
    -Then select the next option "Sort Order" and choose "No Cell Color" "On bottom"
    -All the highlighted cells should be at the top of the list. -Select all the highlighted cells by scrolling down the list, then click delete.

Sort table rows In Bootstrap

These examples are minified because StackOverflow has a maximum character limit and links to external code are discouraged since links can break.

There are multiple plugins if you look: Bootstrap Sortable, Bootstrap Table or DataTables.

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<link href=https://cdnjs.cloudflare.com/ajax/libs/font-awesome/5.13.1/css/all.min.css rel=stylesheet><link href=https://maxcdn.bootstrapcdn.com/bootstrap/3.4.1/css/bootstrap.min.css rel=stylesheet><div class=container><div class=hero-unit><h1>Bootstrap Sortable</h1></div><table class="sortable table table-bordered table-striped"><thead><tr><th style=width:20%;vertical-align:middle data-defaultsign=nospan class=az data-defaultsort=asc rowspan=2><i class="fa fa-fw fa-map-marker"></i>Name<th style=text-align:center colspan=4 data-mainsort=3>Results<th data-defaultsort=disabled><tr><th style=width:20% colspan=2 data-mainsort=1 data-firstsort=desc>Round 1<th style=width:20%>Round 2<th style=width:20%>Total<t
                  

How do I get the path of the assembly the code is in?

I suspect that the real issue here is that your test runner is copying your assembly to a different location. There's no way at runtime to tell where the assembly was copied from, but you can probably flip a switch to tell the test runner to run the assembly from where it is and not to copy it to a shadow directory.

Such a switch is likely to be different for each test runner, of course.

Have you considered embedding your XML data as resources inside your test assembly?

How to open PDF file in a new tab or window instead of downloading it (using asp.net)?

Response.ContentType = contentType;
HttpContext.Current.Response.AddHeader("Content-Disposition", "inline; filename=" + fileName);
Response.BinaryWrite(fileContent);

And

<asp:LinkButton OnClientClick="openInNewTab();" OnClick="CodeBehindMethod".../>

In javaScript:

<script type="text/javascript">
    function openInNewTab() {
        window.document.forms[0].target = '_blank'; 
        setTimeout(function () { window.document.forms[0].target = ''; }, 0);
    }
</script>

Take care to reset target, otherwise all other calls like Response.Redirect will open in a new tab, which might be not what you want.

bower proxy configuration

Edit your .bowerrc file ( should be next to your bower.json file ) and add the wanted proxy configuration

"proxy":"http://<host>:<port>",
"https-proxy":"http://<host>:<port>"

How can I pad a value with leading zeros?

function zFill(n,l){
    return 
      (l > n.toString().length) ? 
        ( (Array(l).join('0') + n).slice(-l) ) : n;
}

how to parse JSON file with GSON

In case you need to parse it from a file, I find the best solution to use a HashMap<String, String> to use it inside your java code for better manipultion.

Try out this code:

public HashMap<String, String> myMethodName() throws FileNotFoundException
{
    String path = "absolute path to your file";
    BufferedReader bufferedReader = new BufferedReader(new FileReader(path));

    Gson gson = new Gson();
    HashMap<String, String> json = gson.fromJson(bufferedReader, HashMap.class);
    return json;
}

What is "runtime"?

I'm not crazy about the other answers here; they're too vague and abstract for me. I think more in stories. Here's my attempt at a better answer.

a BASIC example

Let's say it's 1985 and you write a short BASIC program on an Apple II:

] 10 PRINT "HELLO WORLD!"
] 20 GOTO 10

So far, your program is just source code. It's not running, and we would say there is no "runtime" involved with it.

But now I run it:

] RUN

How is it actually running? How does it know how to send the string parameter from PRINT to the physical screen? I certainly didn't provide any system information in my code, and PRINT itself doesn't know anything about my system.

Instead, RUN is actually a program itself -- its code tells it how to parse my code, how to execute it, and how to send any relevant requests to the computer's operating system. The RUN program provides the "runtime" environment that acts as a layer between the operating system and my source code. The operating system itself acts as part of this "runtime", but we usually don't mean to include it when we talk about a "runtime" like the RUN program.

Types of compilation and runtime

Compiled binary languages

In some languages, your source code must be compiled before it can be run. Some languages compile your code into machine language -- it can be run by your operating system directly. This compiled code is often called "binary" (even though every other kind of file is also in binary :).

In this case, there is still a minimal "runtime" involved -- but that runtime is provided by the operating system itself. The compile step means that many statements that would cause your program to crash are detected before the code is ever run.

C is one such language; when you run a C program, it's totally able to send illegal requests to the operating system (like, "give me control of all of the memory on the computer, and erase it all"). If an illegal request is hit, usually the OS will just kill your program and not tell you why, and dump the contents of that program's memory at the time it was killed to a .dump file that's pretty hard to make sense of. But sometimes your code has a command that is a very bad idea, but the OS doesn't consider it illegal, like "erase a random bit of memory this program is using"; that can cause super weird problems that are hard to get to the bottom of.

Bytecode languages

Other languages compile your code into a language that the operating system can't read directly, but a specific runtime program can read your compiled code. This compiled code is often called "bytecode".

The more elaborate this runtime program is, the more extra stuff it can do on the side that your code did not include (even in the libraries you use) -- for instance, the Java runtime environment ("JRE") can keep track of memory assignments that are no longer needed, and tell the operating system it's safe to reuse that memory for something else, and it can catch situations where your code would try to send an illegal request to the operating system, and instead exit with a readable error.

All of this overhead makes them slower than compiled binary languages, but it makes the runtime powerful and flexible; in some cases, it can even pull in other code after it starts running, without having to start over. The compile step means that many statements that would cause your program to crash are detected before the code is ever run; and the powerful runtime can keep your code from doing stupid things (e.g., you can't "erase a random bit of memory this program is using").

Scripting languages

Still other languages don't precompile your code at all; the runtime does all of the work of reading your code line by line, interpreting it and executing it. This makes them even slower than "bytecode" languages, but also even more flexible; in some cases, you can even fiddle with your source code as it runs! Though it also means that you can have a totally illegal statement in your code, and it could sit there in your production code without drawing attention, until one day it is run and causes a crash.

These are generally called "scripting" languages; they include Javascript, Python, Perl, and PHP. Some of these provide cases where you can choose to compile the code to improve its speed (e.g., Javascript's WebAssembly project, and Python's trans-compilation to C code). So Javascript can allow users on a website to see the exact code that is running, since their browser is providing the runtime.

This flexibility also allows for innovations in runtime environments, like node.js, which is both a code library and a runtime environment that can run your Javascript code as a server, which involves behaving very differently than if you tried to run the same code on a browser.

Free tool to Create/Edit PNG Images?

ImageMagick and GD can handle PNGs too; heck, you could even do stuff with nothing but gdk-pixbuf. Are you looking for a graphical editor, or scriptable/embeddable libraries?

Beginner question: returning a boolean value from a function in Python

Have your tried using the 'return' keyword?

def rps():
    return True

Difference between Destroy and Delete

delete will only delete current object record from db but not its associated children records from db.

destroy will delete current object record from db and also its associated children record from db.

Their use really matters:

If your multiple parent objects share common children objects, then calling destroy on specific parent object will delete children objects which are shared among other multiple parents.

How to have stored properties in Swift, the same way I had on Objective-C?

As in Objective-C, you can't add stored property to existing classes. If you're extending an Objective-C class (UIView is definitely one), you can still use Associated Objects to emulate stored properties:

for Swift 1

import ObjectiveC

private var xoAssociationKey: UInt8 = 0

extension UIView {
    var xo: PFObject! {
        get {
            return objc_getAssociatedObject(self, &xoAssociationKey) as? PFObject
        }
        set(newValue) {
            objc_setAssociatedObject(self, &xoAssociationKey, newValue, objc_AssociationPolicy(OBJC_ASSOCIATION_RETAIN))
        }
    }
}

The association key is a pointer that should be the unique for each association. For that, we create a private global variable and use it's memory address as the key with the & operator. See the Using Swift with Cocoa and Objective-C on more details how pointers are handled in Swift.

UPDATED for Swift 2 and 3

import ObjectiveC

private var xoAssociationKey: UInt8 = 0

extension UIView {
    var xo: PFObject! {
        get {
            return objc_getAssociatedObject(self, &xoAssociationKey) as? PFObject
        }
        set(newValue) {
            objc_setAssociatedObject(self, &xoAssociationKey, newValue, objc_AssociationPolicy.OBJC_ASSOCIATION_RETAIN)
        }
    }
}

UPDATED for Swift 4

In Swift 4, it's much more simple. The Holder struct will contain the private value that our computed property will expose to the world, giving the illusion of a stored property behaviour instead.

Source

extension UIViewController {
    struct Holder {
        static var _myComputedProperty:Bool = false
    }
    var myComputedProperty:Bool {
        get {
            return Holder._myComputedProperty
        }
        set(newValue) {
            Holder._myComputedProperty = newValue
        }
    }
}

How to force addition instead of concatenation in javascript

Your code concatenates three strings, then converts the result to a number.

You need to convert each variable to a number by calling parseFloat() around each one.

total = parseFloat(myInt1) + parseFloat(myInt2) + parseFloat(myInt3);

Counting the occurrences / frequency of array elements

Its easy with filter

In this example we simply assign count, the length of the array filtered by the key you're looking for

let array = [{name: "steve", age: 22}, {name: "bob", age: 30}]

let count = array.filter(obj => obj.name === obj.name).length

console.log(count)

more on JS Filiters here https://developer.mozilla.org/en-US/docs/Web/JavaScript/Reference/Global_Objects/Array/filter

PHPExcel How to apply styles and set cell width and cell height to cell generated dynamically

Try this:

$objPHPExcel->getActiveSheet()->getRowDimension('1')->setRowHeight(40);

Generate random numbers uniformly over an entire range

If RAND_MAX is 32767, you can double the number of bits easily.

int BigRand()
{
    assert(INT_MAX/(RAND_MAX+1) > RAND_MAX);
    return rand() * (RAND_MAX+1) + rand();
}

What is the "hasClass" function with plain JavaScript?

hasClass function:

HTMLElement.prototype.hasClass = function(cls) {
    var i;
    var classes = this.className.split(" ");
    for(i = 0; i < classes.length; i++) {
        if(classes[i] == cls) {
            return true;
        }
    }
    return false;
};

addClass function:

HTMLElement.prototype.addClass = function(add) {
    if (!this.hasClass(add)){
        this.className = (this.className + " " + add).trim();
    }
};

removeClass function:

HTMLElement.prototype.removeClass = function(remove) {
    var newClassName = "";
    var i;
    var classes = this.className.replace(/\s{2,}/g, ' ').split(" ");
    for(i = 0; i < classes.length; i++) {
        if(classes[i] !== remove) {
            newClassName += classes[i] + " ";
        }
    }
    this.className = newClassName.trim();
};

Send attachments with PHP Mail()?

I agree with @MihaiIorga in the comments – use the PHPMailer script. You sound like you're rejecting it because you want the easier option. Trust me, PHPMailer is the easier option by a very large margin compared to trying to do it yourself with PHP's built-in mail() function. PHP's mail() function really isn't very good.

To use PHPMailer:

  • Download the PHPMailer script from here: http://github.com/PHPMailer/PHPMailer
  • Extract the archive and copy the script's folder to a convenient place in your project.
  • Include the main script file -- require_once('path/to/file/class.phpmailer.php');

Now, sending emails with attachments goes from being insanely difficult to incredibly easy:

use PHPMailer\PHPMailer\PHPMailer;
use PHPMailer\PHPMailer\Exception;

$email = new PHPMailer();
$email->SetFrom('[email protected]', 'Your Name'); //Name is optional
$email->Subject   = 'Message Subject';
$email->Body      = $bodytext;
$email->AddAddress( '[email protected]' );

$file_to_attach = 'PATH_OF_YOUR_FILE_HERE';

$email->AddAttachment( $file_to_attach , 'NameOfFile.pdf' );

return $email->Send();

It's just that one line $email->AddAttachment(); -- you couldn't ask for any easier.

If you do it with PHP's mail() function, you'll be writing stacks of code, and you'll probably have lots of really difficult to find bugs.

How to open a new HTML page using jQuery?

use window.open("file2.html"); to open on new window,

or use window.location.href = "file2.html" to open on same window.

Display Two <div>s Side-by-Side

I removed the float from the second div to make it work.

http://jsfiddle.net/rhEyM/2/

How can I find last row that contains data in a specific column?

Sub test()
    MsgBox Worksheets("sheet_name").Range("A65536").End(xlUp).Row
End Sub

This is looking for a value in column A because of "A65536".

Differences between "BEGIN RSA PRIVATE KEY" and "BEGIN PRIVATE KEY"

Have a look at <openssl/pem.h>. It gives possible BEGIN markers.

Copying the content from the above link for quick reference:

#define PEM_STRING_X509_OLD "X509 CERTIFICATE"
#define PEM_STRING_X509     "CERTIFICATE"
#define PEM_STRING_X509_PAIR    "CERTIFICATE PAIR"
#define PEM_STRING_X509_TRUSTED "TRUSTED CERTIFICATE"
#define PEM_STRING_X509_REQ_OLD "NEW CERTIFICATE REQUEST"
#define PEM_STRING_X509_REQ "CERTIFICATE REQUEST"
#define PEM_STRING_X509_CRL "X509 CRL"
#define PEM_STRING_EVP_PKEY "ANY PRIVATE KEY"
#define PEM_STRING_PUBLIC   "PUBLIC KEY"
#define PEM_STRING_RSA      "RSA PRIVATE KEY"
#define PEM_STRING_RSA_PUBLIC   "RSA PUBLIC KEY"
#define PEM_STRING_DSA      "DSA PRIVATE KEY"
#define PEM_STRING_DSA_PUBLIC   "DSA PUBLIC KEY"
#define PEM_STRING_PKCS7    "PKCS7"
#define PEM_STRING_PKCS7_SIGNED "PKCS #7 SIGNED DATA"
#define PEM_STRING_PKCS8    "ENCRYPTED PRIVATE KEY"
#define PEM_STRING_PKCS8INF "PRIVATE KEY"
#define PEM_STRING_DHPARAMS "DH PARAMETERS"
#define PEM_STRING_DHXPARAMS    "X9.42 DH PARAMETERS"
#define PEM_STRING_SSL_SESSION  "SSL SESSION PARAMETERS"
#define PEM_STRING_DSAPARAMS    "DSA PARAMETERS"
#define PEM_STRING_ECDSA_PUBLIC "ECDSA PUBLIC KEY"
#define PEM_STRING_ECPARAMETERS "EC PARAMETERS"
#define PEM_STRING_ECPRIVATEKEY "EC PRIVATE KEY"
#define PEM_STRING_PARAMETERS   "PARAMETERS"
#define PEM_STRING_CMS      "CMS"

How can I apply a border only inside a table?

Example of a very simple way for you to achieve the desired effect:

<table border="1" frame="void" rules="all">
    <tr>
        <td>1111</td>
        <td>2222</td>
        <td>3333</td>
    </tr>
    <tr>
        <td>4444</td>
        <td>5555</td>
        <td>6666</td>
    </tr>
</table>

What is difference between Lightsail and EC2?

Lightsail VPSs are bundles of existing AWS products, offered through a significantly simplified interface. The difference is that Lightsail offers you a limited and fixed menu of options but with much greater ease of use. Other than the narrower scope of Lightsail in order to meet the requirements for simplicity and low cost, the underlying technology is the same.

The pre-defined bundles can be described:

% aws lightsail --region us-east-1 get-bundles
{
    "bundles": [
        {
            "name": "Nano",
            "power": 300,
            "price": 5.0,
            "ramSizeInGb": 0.5,
            "diskSizeInGb": 20,
            "transferPerMonthInGb": 1000,
            "cpuCount": 1,
            "instanceType": "t2.nano",
            "isActive": true,
            "bundleId": "nano_1_0"
        },
        ...
    ]
}

It's worth reading through the Amazon EC2 T2 Instances documentation, particularly the CPU Credits section which describes the base and burst performance characteristics of the underlying instances.

Importantly, since your Lightsail instances run in VPC, you still have access to the full spectrum of AWS services, e.g. S3, RDS, and so on, as you would from any EC2 instance.

Error: Unable to run mksdcard SDK tool

This workaround also works with 15.04 (64bit). Since there isn't (yet?) lib32bz2-1.0 for vivid:

http://packages.ubuntu.com/search?keywords=lib32bz2-1.0

I installed the one from Utopic.

How to convert string values from a dictionary, into int/float datatypes?

To handle the possibility of int, float, and empty string values, I'd use a combination of a list comprehension, dictionary comprehension, along with conditional expressions, as shown:

dicts = [{'a': '1' , 'b': '' , 'c': '3.14159'},
         {'d': '4' , 'e': '5' , 'f': '6'}]

print [{k: int(v) if v and '.' not in v else float(v) if v else None
            for k, v in d.iteritems()}
               for d in dicts]

# [{'a': 1, 'c': 3.14159, 'b': None}, {'e': 5, 'd': 4, 'f': 6}]

However dictionary comprehensions weren't added to Python 2 until version 2.7. It can still be done in earlier versions as a single expression, but has to be written using the dict constructor like the following:

# for pre-Python 2.7

print [dict([k, int(v) if v and '.' not in v else float(v) if v else None]
            for k, v in d.iteritems())
                for d in dicts]

# [{'a': 1, 'c': 3.14159, 'b': None}, {'e': 5, 'd': 4, 'f': 6}]

Note that either way this creates a new dictionary of lists, instead of modifying the original one in-place (which would need to be done differently).

Getting the WordPress Post ID of current post

Try:

$post = $wp_query->post;

Then pass the function:

$post->ID

Is there a way to change the spacing between legend items in ggplot2?

Now that opts is deprecated in ggplot2 package, function theme should be used instead:

library(grid) # for unit()
... + theme(legend.key.height=unit(3,"line"))
... + theme(legend.key.width=unit(3,"line"))

Initialize a string variable in Python: "" or None?

Either might be fine, but I don't think there is a definite answer.

  • If you want to indicate that the value has not been set, comparing with None is better than comparing with "", since "" might be a valid value,
  • If you just want a default value, "" is probably better, because its actually a string, and you can call string methods on it. If you went with None, these would lead to exceptions.
  • If you wish to indicate to future maintainers that a string is required here, "" can help with that.

Complete side note:

If you have a loop, say:

def myfunc (self, mystr = ""):
    for other in self.strs:
        mystr = self.otherfunc (mystr, other)

then a potential future optimizer would know that str is always a string. If you used None, then it might not be a string until the first iteration, which would require loop unrolling to get the same effects. While this isn't a hypothetical (it comes up a lot in my PHP compiler) you should certainly never write your code to take this into account. I just thought it might be interesting :)

Scroll to the top of the page after render in react.js

None of the above answers is currently working for me. It turns out that .scrollTo is not as widely compatible as .scrollIntoView.

In our App.js, in componentWillMount() we added

this.props.history.listen((location, action) => {
        setTimeout(() => { document.getElementById('root').scrollIntoView({ behavior: "smooth" }) }, 777)
    })

This is the only solution that is working universally for us. root is the ID of our App. The "smooth" behavior doesn't work on every browser / device. The 777 timeout is a bit conservative, but we load a lot of data on every page, so through testing this was necessary. A shorter 237 might work for most applications.

How to get a .csv file into R?

Please check this out if it helps you

df<-read.csv("F:/test.csv",header=FALSE,nrows=1) df V1 V2 V3 V4 V5 1 ID GRADES GPA Teacher State a<-c(df) a[1] $V1 [1] ID Levels: ID

a[2] $V2 [1] GRADES Levels: GRADES

a[3] $V3 [1] GPA Levels: GPA

a[4] $V4 [1] Teacher Levels: Teacher

a[5] $V5 [1] State Levels: State

Rebase feature branch onto another feature branch

Note: if you were on Branch1, you will with Git 2.0 (Q2 2014) be able to type:

git checkout Branch2
git rebase -

See commit 4f40740 by Brian Gesiak modocache:

rebase: allow "-" short-hand for the previous branch

Teach rebase the same shorthand as checkout and merge to name the branch to rebase the current branch on; that is, that "-" means "the branch we were previously on".

how to call an ASP.NET c# method using javascript

There are several options. You can use the WebMethod attribute, for your purpose.

displayname attribute vs display attribute

DisplayName sets the DisplayName in the model metadata. For example:

[DisplayName("foo")]
public string MyProperty { get; set; }

and if you use in your view the following:

@Html.LabelFor(x => x.MyProperty)

it would generate:

<label for="MyProperty">foo</label>

Display does the same, but also allows you to set other metadata properties such as Name, Description, ...

Brad Wilson has a nice blog post covering those attributes.

"Cloning" row or column vectors

Here's an elegant, Pythonic way to do it:

>>> array([[1,2,3],]*3)
array([[1, 2, 3],
       [1, 2, 3],
       [1, 2, 3]])

>>> array([[1,2,3],]*3).transpose()
array([[1, 1, 1],
       [2, 2, 2],
       [3, 3, 3]])

the problem with [16] seems to be that the transpose has no effect for an array. you're probably wanting a matrix instead:

>>> x = array([1,2,3])
>>> x
array([1, 2, 3])
>>> x.transpose()
array([1, 2, 3])
>>> matrix([1,2,3])
matrix([[1, 2, 3]])
>>> matrix([1,2,3]).transpose()
matrix([[1],
        [2],
        [3]])

How comment a JSP expression?

your <%= //map.size() %> doesnt simply work because it should have been

<% //= map.size() %>

Difference between binary tree and binary search tree

To check wheather or not a given Binary Tree is Binary Search Tree here's is an Alternative Approach .

Traverse Tree In Inorder Fashion (i.e. Left Child --> Parent --> Right Child ) , Store Traversed Node Data in a temporary Variable lets say temp , just before storing into temp , Check wheather current Node's data is higher then previous one or not . Then just break it out , Tree is not Binary Search Tree else traverse untill end.

Below is an example with Java:

public static boolean isBinarySearchTree(Tree root)
{
    if(root==null)
        return false;

    isBinarySearchTree(root.left);
    if(tree.data<temp)
        return false;
    else
        temp=tree.data;
    isBinarySearchTree(root.right);
    return true;
}

Maintain temp variable outside

problem with php mail 'From' header

In order to prevent phishing, some mail servers prevent the From from being rewritten.

how to make negative numbers into positive

floor a;
floor b;
a = -0.340515;

so what to do?

b = 65565 +a;
a = 65565 -b;

or

if(a < 0){
a = 65565-(65565+a);}

Cloud Firestore collection count

There is no direct option available. You cant't do db.collection("CollectionName").count(). Below are the two ways by which you can find the count of number of documents within a collection.

1 :- Get all the documents in the collection and then get it's size.(Not the best Solution)

db.collection("CollectionName").get().subscribe(doc=>{
console.log(doc.size)
})

By using above code your document reads will be equal to the size of documents within a collection and that is the reason why one must avoid using above solution.

2:- Create a separate document with in your collection which will store the count of number of documents in the collection.(Best Solution)

db.collection("CollectionName").doc("counts")get().subscribe(doc=>{
console.log(doc.count)
})

Above we created a document with name counts to store all the count information.You can update the count document in the following way:-

  • Create a firestore triggers on the document counts
  • Increment the count property of counts document when a new document is created.
  • Decrement the count property of counts document when a document is deleted.

w.r.t price (Document Read = 1) and fast data retrieval the above solution is good.

How to elegantly check if a number is within a range?

In production code I would simply write

1 <= x && x <= 100

This is easy to understand and very readable.

Starting with C#9.0 we can write

x is >= 1 and <= 100   // Note that we must write x only once.
                       // "is" introduces a pattern matching expression.
                       // "and" is part of the pattern matching unlike the logical "&&".
                       // With "&&" we would have to write: x is >= 1 && x is <= 100

Here is a clever method that reduces the number of comparisons from two to one by using some math. The idea is that one of the two factors becomes negative if the number lies outside of the range and zero if the number is equal to one of the bounds:

If the bounds are inclusive:

(x - 1) * (100 - x) >= 0

or

(x - min) * (max - x) >= 0

If the bounds are exclusive:

(x - 1) * (100 - x) > 0

or

(x - min) * (max - x) > 0

When to use IMG vs. CSS background-image?

Here's a technical consideration: will the image be generated dynamically? It tends to be a lot easier to generate the <img> tag in HTML than to try to dynamically edit a CSS property.

Convert UTC date time to local date time

This is an universal solution:

function convertUTCDateToLocalDate(date) {
    var newDate = new Date(date.getTime()+date.getTimezoneOffset()*60*1000);

    var offset = date.getTimezoneOffset() / 60;
    var hours = date.getHours();

    newDate.setHours(hours - offset);

    return newDate;   
}

Usage:

var date = convertUTCDateToLocalDate(new Date(date_string_you_received));

Display the date based on the client local setting:

date.toLocaleString();

document.getElementById("remember").visibility = "hidden"; not working on a checkbox

you can use

style="display:none"

Ex:

<asp:TextBox ID="txbProv" runat="server" style="display:none"></asp:TextBox>

Installing SetupTools on 64-bit Windows

Problem: you have 64-bit Python, and a 32-bit installer. This will cause problems for extension modules.

The reasons why the installer doesn't finds Python is the transparent 32-bit emulation from Windows 7. 64-bit and 32-bit programs will write to different parts of the Windows registry.

64-bit: HKLM|HKCU\SOFTWARE\

32-bit: HKLM|HKCU\SOFTWARE\wow6432node\.

This means that the 64-bit Python installer writes to HKLM\SOFTWARE\Python, but the 32-bit setuptools installer looks at HKLM\SOFTWARE\wow6432node\Python (this is handled by windows automatically, programs don't notice). This is expected behavior and not a bug.

Usually, you have these choices:

  • the "clean" way: use 32-bit Python if you have to use 32-bit modules or extensions
  • the other "clean" way: only use 64-bit installers when using 64-bit Python (see below)
  • what the answer above suggests: copy HKLM\SOFTWARE\Python to HKLM\SOFTWARE\wow6432node\Python, but this will cause problems with binary distributions, as 64-bit Python can't load 32-bit compiled modules (do NOT do this!)
  • install pure Python modules with setuptools instead of the distutils installer (easy_install or pip)

For setuptools itself, for example, you can't use a 32-bit installer for 64-bit Python as it includes binary files. But there's a 64-bit installer at http://www.lfd.uci.edu/~gohlke/pythonlibs/ (has many installers for other modules too). Nowadays, many packages on PyPi have binary distributions, so you can install them via pip.

Overlaying histograms with ggplot2 in R

Your current code:

ggplot(histogram, aes(f0, fill = utt)) + geom_histogram(alpha = 0.2)

is telling ggplot to construct one histogram using all the values in f0 and then color the bars of this single histogram according to the variable utt.

What you want instead is to create three separate histograms, with alpha blending so that they are visible through each other. So you probably want to use three separate calls to geom_histogram, where each one gets it's own data frame and fill:

ggplot(histogram, aes(f0)) + 
    geom_histogram(data = lowf0, fill = "red", alpha = 0.2) + 
    geom_histogram(data = mediumf0, fill = "blue", alpha = 0.2) +
    geom_histogram(data = highf0, fill = "green", alpha = 0.2) +

Here's a concrete example with some output:

dat <- data.frame(xx = c(runif(100,20,50),runif(100,40,80),runif(100,0,30)),yy = rep(letters[1:3],each = 100))

ggplot(dat,aes(x=xx)) + 
    geom_histogram(data=subset(dat,yy == 'a'),fill = "red", alpha = 0.2) +
    geom_histogram(data=subset(dat,yy == 'b'),fill = "blue", alpha = 0.2) +
    geom_histogram(data=subset(dat,yy == 'c'),fill = "green", alpha = 0.2)

which produces something like this:

enter image description here

Edited to fix typos; you wanted fill, not colour.

split string only on first instance of specified character

This solution worked for me

var str = "good_luck_buddy";
var index = str.indexOf('_');
var arr = [str.slice(0, index), str.slice(index + 1)];

//arr[0] = "good"
//arr[1] = "luck_buddy"

OR

var str = "good_luck_buddy";
var index = str.indexOf('_');
var [first, second] = [str.slice(0, index), str.slice(index + 1)];

//first = "good"
//second = "luck_buddy"

@Media min-width & max-width

for some iPhone you have to put your viewport like this

<meta name="viewport" content="width=device-width, initial-scale=1.0, maximum-scale=1.0, shrink-to-fit=no, user-scalable=0" />

Looping over a list in Python

Do this instead:

values = [[1,2,3],[4,5]]
for x in values:
    if len(x) == 3:
       print(x)

How to resolve Value cannot be null. Parameter name: source in linq?

Error message clearly says that source parameter is null. Source is the enumerable you are enumerating. In your case it is ListMetadataKor object. And its definitely null at the time you are filtering it second time. Make sure you never assign null to this list. Just check all references to this list in your code and look for assignments.

Best way to get identity of inserted row?

I believe the safest and most accurate method of retrieving the inserted id would be using the output clause.

for example (taken from the following MSDN article)

USE AdventureWorks2008R2;
GO
DECLARE @MyTableVar table( NewScrapReasonID smallint,
                           Name varchar(50),
                           ModifiedDate datetime);
INSERT Production.ScrapReason
    OUTPUT INSERTED.ScrapReasonID, INSERTED.Name, INSERTED.ModifiedDate
        INTO @MyTableVar
VALUES (N'Operator error', GETDATE());

--Display the result set of the table variable.
SELECT NewScrapReasonID, Name, ModifiedDate FROM @MyTableVar;
--Display the result set of the table.
SELECT ScrapReasonID, Name, ModifiedDate 
FROM Production.ScrapReason;
GO

Firefox 'Cross-Origin Request Blocked' despite headers

Try this, it should solve your issue

  1. In your config.php, add www pre in your domain.com. For example:

    HTTP define('HTTP_SERVER', 'http://domain name with www/');
    HTTPS define('HTTPS_SERVER', 'http://domain name with www/');
    
  2. Add this to your .htaccess file

    RewriteCond %{REQUEST_METHOD} OPTIONS RewriteRule ^(.*)$ $1 [R=200,L]
    

Check whether a path is valid

Get the invalid chars from System.IO.Path.GetInvalidPathChars(); and check if your string (Directory path) contains those or not.

passing 2 $index values within nested ng-repeat

Each ng-repeat creates a child scope with the passed data, and also adds an additional $index variable in that scope.

So what you need to do is reach up to the parent scope, and use that $index.

See http://plnkr.co/edit/FvVhirpoOF8TYnIVygE6?p=preview

<li class="tutorial_title {{tutorial.active}}" ng-click="loadFromMenu($parent.$index)" ng-repeat="tutorial in section.tutorials">
    {{tutorial.name}}
</li>

Delete all but the most recent X files in bash

I needed an elegant solution for the busybox (router), all xargs or array solutions were useless to me - no such command available there. find and mtime is not the proper answer as we are talking about 10 items and not necessarily 10 days. Espo's answer was the shortest and cleanest and likely the most unversal one.

Error with spaces and when no files are to be deleted are both simply solved the standard way:

rm "$(ls -td *.tar | awk 'NR>7')" 2>&-

Bit more educational version: We can do it all if we use awk differently. Normally, I use this method to pass (return) variables from the awk to the sh. As we read all the time that can not be done, I beg to differ: here is the method.

Example for .tar files with no problem regarding the spaces in the filename. To test, replace "rm" with the "ls".

eval $(ls -td *.tar | awk 'NR>7 { print "rm \"" $0 "\""}')

Explanation:

ls -td *.tar lists all .tar files sorted by the time. To apply to all the files in the current folder, remove the "d *.tar" part

awk 'NR>7... skips the first 7 lines

print "rm \"" $0 "\"" constructs a line: rm "file name"

eval executes it

Since we are using rm, I would not use the above command in a script! Wiser usage is:

(cd /FolderToDeleteWithin && eval $(ls -td *.tar | awk 'NR>7 { print "rm \"" $0 "\""}'))

In the case of using ls -t command will not do any harm on such silly examples as: touch 'foo " bar' and touch 'hello * world'. Not that we ever create files with such names in real life!

Sidenote. If we wanted to pass a variable to the sh this way, we would simply modify the print (simple form, no spaces tolerated):

print "VarName="$1

to set the variable VarName to the value of $1. Multiple variables can be created in one go. This VarName becomes a normal sh variable and can be normally used in a script or shell afterwards. So, to create variables with awk and give them back to the shell:

eval $(ls -td *.tar | awk 'NR>7 { print "VarName=\""$1"\""  }'); echo "$VarName"

Using cURL with a username and password?

curl -X GET -u username:password  {{ http://www.example.com/filename.txt }} -O

How can I create 2 separate log files with one log4j config file?

Modify your log4j.properties file accordingly:

log4j.rootLogger=TRACE,stdout
...
log4j.logger.debugLog=TRACE,debugLog
log4j.logger.reportsLog=DEBUG,reportsLog

Change the log levels for each logger depending to your needs.

How to close a thread from within?

How about sys.exit() from the module sys.

If sys.exit() is executed from within a thread it will close that thread only.

This answer here talks about that: Why does sys.exit() not exit when called inside a thread in Python?

How can I select an element by name with jQuery?

If you have something like:

<input type="checkbox" name="mycheckbox" value="11" checked="">
<input type="checkbox" name="mycheckbox" value="12">

You can read all like this:

jQuery("input[name='mycheckbox']").each(function() {
    console.log( this.value + ":" + this.checked );
});

The snippet:

_x000D_
_x000D_
jQuery("input[name='mycheckbox']").each(function() {_x000D_
  console.log( this.value + ":" + this.checked );_x000D_
});
_x000D_
<script src="https://ajax.googleapis.com/ajax/libs/jquery/2.1.1/jquery.min.js"></script>_x000D_
<input type="checkbox" name="mycheckbox" value="11" checked="">_x000D_
<input type="checkbox" name="mycheckbox" value="12">
_x000D_
_x000D_
_x000D_

Difference between web server, web container and application server

Web Server: It provides HTTP Request and HTTP response. It handles request from client only through HTTP protocol. It contains Web Container. Web Application mostly deployed on web Server. EX: Servlet JSP

Web Container: it maintains the life cycle for Servlet Object. Calls the service method for that servlet object. pass the HttpServletRequest and HttpServletResponse Object

Application Server: It holds big Enterprise application having big business logic. It is Heavy Weight or it holds Heavy weight Applications. Ex: EJB

Split output of command by columns using Bash?

One easy way is to add a pass of tr to squeeze any repeated field separators out:

$ ps | egrep 11383 | tr -s ' ' | cut -d ' ' -f 4

How to check if pytorch is using the GPU?

This is going to work :

In [1]: import torch

In [2]: torch.cuda.current_device()
Out[2]: 0

In [3]: torch.cuda.device(0)
Out[3]: <torch.cuda.device at 0x7efce0b03be0>

In [4]: torch.cuda.device_count()
Out[4]: 1

In [5]: torch.cuda.get_device_name(0)
Out[5]: 'GeForce GTX 950M'

In [6]: torch.cuda.is_available()
Out[6]: True

This tells me the GPU GeForce GTX 950M is being used by PyTorch.

how to stop Javascript forEach?

You can't break from a forEach. I can think of three ways to fake it, though.

1. The Ugly Way: pass a second argument to forEach to use as context, and store a boolean in there, then use an if. This looks awful.

2. The Controversial Way: surround the whole thing in a try-catch block and throw an exception when you want to break. This looks pretty bad and may affect performance, but can be encapsulated.

3. The Fun Way: use every().

['a', 'b', 'c'].every(function(element, index) {
  // Do your thing, then:
  if (you_want_to_break) return false
  else return true
})

You can use some() instead, if you'd rather return true to break.

Regex for checking if a string is strictly alphanumeric

If you want to include foreign language letters as well, you can try:

String string = "hippopotamus";
if (string.matches("^[\\p{L}0-9']+$")){
    string is alphanumeric do something here...
}

Or if you wanted to allow a specific special character, but not any others. For example for # or space, you can try:

String string = "#somehashtag";
if(string.matches("^[\\p{L}0-9'#]+$")){
    string is alphanumeric plus #, do something here...
}

Print newline in PHP in single quotes

You may want to consider using <<<

e.g.

<<<VARIABLE
this is some
random text
that I'm typing 
here and I will end it with the 
same word I started it with
VARIABLE

More info at: http://php.net/manual/en/language.types.string.php

Btw - Some Coding environments don't know how to handle the above syntax.

How do I use NSTimer?

Something like this:

NSTimer *timer;

    timer = [NSTimer scheduledTimerWithTimeInterval: 0.5
                     target: self
                     selector: @selector(handleTimer:)
                     userInfo: nil
                     repeats: YES];

Ruby on Rails 3 Can't connect to local MySQL server through socket '/tmp/mysql.sock' on OSX

Your mysql server may not be running. Below explains how to start the server. This is an excerpt from the README file that comes with the mysql download.

After the installation, you can start up MySQL by running the following commands in a terminal window. You must have administrator privileges to perform this task.

If you have installed the Startup Item, use this command:

 shell> sudo /Library/StartupItems/MySQLCOM/MySQLCOM start
 (ENTER YOUR PASSWORD, IF NECESSARY)
 (PRESS CONTROL-D OR ENTER "EXIT" TO EXIT THE SHELL)

If you don't use the Startup Item, enter the following command sequence:

 shell> cd /usr/local/mysql
 shell> sudo ./bin/mysqld_safe
 (ENTER YOUR PASSWORD, IF NECESSARY)
 (PRESS CONTROL-Z)
 shell> bg
 (PRESS CONTROL-D OR ENTER "EXIT" TO EXIT THE SHELL)

Listing all the folders subfolders and files in a directory using php

I'm really fond of SPL Library, they offer iterator's, including RecursiveDirectoryIterator.

python "TypeError: 'numpy.float64' object cannot be interpreted as an integer"

I came here with the same Error, though one with a different origin.

It is caused by unsupported float index in 1.12.0 and newer numpy versions even if the code should be considered as valid.

An int type is expected, not a np.float64

Solution: Try to install numpy 1.11.0

sudo pip install -U numpy==1.11.0.

Visual Studio displaying errors even if projects build

0 - Right click on the Solution and clean solution

1 - Close VS

2 - Delete project's .suo file

3 - Open VS

4 - Build solution

Java: Retrieving an element from a HashSet

If you could use List as a data structure to store your data, instead of using Map to store the result in the value of the Map, you can use following snippet and store the result in the same object.

Here is a Node class:

private class Node {
    public int row, col, distance;

    public Node(int row, int col, int distance) {
        this.row = row;
        this.col = col;
        this.distance = distance;
    }

    public boolean equals(Object o) {
        return (o instanceof Node &&
                row == ((Node) o).row &&
                col == ((Node) o).col);
    }
}

If you store your result in distance variable and the items in the list are checked based on their coordinates, you can use the following to change the distance to a new one with the help of lastIndexOf method as long as you only need to store one element for each data:

    List<Node> nodeList;
    nodeList = new ArrayList<>(Arrays.asList(new Node(1, 2, 1), new Node(3, 4, 5)));
    Node tempNode = new Node(1, 2, 10);
    if(nodeList.contains(tempNode))
        nodeList.get(nodeList.lastIndexOf(tempNode)).distance += tempNode.distance;

It is basically reimplementing Set whose items can be accessed and changed.

Description for event id from source cannot be found

This is usually caused by a program that writes into the event log and is then uninstalled or moved.

Generating random numbers in Objective-C

For game dev use random() to generate randoms. Probably at least 5x faster than using arc4random(). Modulo bias is not an issue, especially for games, when generating randoms using the full range of random(). Be sure to seed first. Call srandomdev() in AppDelegate. Here's some helper functions:

static inline int random_range(int low, int high){ return (random()%(high-low+1))+low;}
static inline CGFloat frandom(){ return (CGFloat)random()/UINT32_C(0x7FFFFFFF);}
static inline CGFloat frandom_range(CGFloat low, CGFloat high){ return (high-low)*frandom()+low;}

Git pull after forced update

Pull with rebase

A regular pull is fetch + merge, but what you want is fetch + rebase. This is an option with the pull command:

git pull --rebase

Jquery open popup on button click for bootstrap

Give an ID to uniquely identify the button, lets say myBtn

// when DOM is ready
$(document).ready(function () {

     // Attach Button click event listener 
    $("#myBtn").click(function(){

         // show Modal
         $('#myModal').modal('show');
    });
});

JSFIDDLE

Facebook database design?

My best bet is that they created a graph structure. The nodes are users and "friendships" are edges.

Keep one table of users, keep another table of edges. Then you can keep data about the edges, like "day they became friends" and "approved status," etc.

how to make twitter bootstrap submenu to open on the left side?

The simplest way would be to add the pull-left class to your dropdown-submenu

<li class="dropdown-submenu pull-left">

jsfiddle: DEMO

Cannot implicitly convert type 'System.DateTime?' to 'System.DateTime'. An explicit conversion exists

The problem is that you are passing a nullable type to a non-nullable type.

You can do any of the following solution:

A. Declare your dt as nullable

DateTime? dt = dateTime;

B. Use Value property of the the DateTime? datetime

DateTime dt = datetime.Value;

C. Cast it

DateTime dt = (DateTime) datetime;

How to do date/time comparison

The following solved my problem of converting string into date

package main

import (
    "fmt"
    "time"
)

func main() {
    value  := "Thu, 05/19/11, 10:47PM"
    // Writing down the way the standard time would look like formatted our way
    layout := "Mon, 01/02/06, 03:04PM"
    t, _ := time.Parse(layout, value)
    fmt.Println(t)
}

// => "Thu May 19 22:47:00 +0000 2011"

Thanks to paul adam smith

JQuery - Call the jquery button click event based on name property

You can use normal CSS selectors to select an element by name using jquery. Like this:

Button Code
<button type="button" name="mybutton">Click Me!</button>

Selector & Event Bind Code
$("button[name='mybutton']").click(function() {});

NoSuchMethodError in javax.persistence.Table.indexes()[Ljavax/persistence/Index

I've ran into the same problem. The question here is that play-java-jpa artifact (javaJpa key in the build.sbt file) depends on a different version of the spec (version 2.0 -> "org.hibernate.javax.persistence" % "hibernate-jpa-2.0-api" % "1.0.1.Final").

When you added hibernate-entitymanager 4.3 this brought the newer spec (2.1) and a different factory provider for the entitymanager. Basically you ended up having both jars in the classpath as transitive dependencies.

Edit your build.sbt file like this and it will temporarily fix you problem until play releases a new version of the jpa plugin for the newer api dependency.

libraryDependencies ++= Seq(
javaJdbc,
javaJpa.exclude("org.hibernate.javax.persistence", "hibernate-jpa-2.0-api"),
"org.hibernate" % "hibernate-entitymanager" % "4.3.0.Final"
)

This is for play 2.2.x. In previous versions there were some differences in the build files.

React-router urls don't work when refreshing or writing manually

If you are using Create React App:

There's a great walk though of this issue with solutions for many major hosting platforms that you can find HERE on the Create React App page. For example, I use React Router v4 and Netlify for my frontend code. All it took was adding 1 file to my public folder ("_redirects") and one line of code in that file:

/*  /index.html  200

Now my website properly renders paths like mysite.com/pricing when entered into the browser or when someone hits refresh.

How can I replace a regex substring match in Javascript?

var str   = 'asd-0.testing';
var regex = /(asd-)\d(\.\w+)/;
str = str.replace(regex, "$11$2");
console.log(str);

Or if you're sure there won't be any other digits in the string:

var str   = 'asd-0.testing';
var regex = /\d/;
str = str.replace(regex, "1");
console.log(str);

ImportError: No module named Image

On a system with both Python 2 and 3 installed and with pip2-installed Pillow failing to provide Image, it is possible to install PIL for Python 2 in a way that will solve ImportError: No module named Image:

easy_install-2.7 --user PIL

or

sudo easy_install-2.7 PIL

How to put/get multiple JSONObjects to JSONArray?

From android API Level 19, when I want to instance JSONArray object I put JSONObject directly as parameter like below:

JSONArray jsonArray=new JSONArray(jsonObject);

JSONArray has constructor to accept object.

How to handle :java.util.concurrent.TimeoutException: android.os.BinderProxy.finalize() timed out after 10 seconds errors?

The finalizeQueue may be too long

i think that java may require GC.SuppressFinalize() & GC.ReRegisterForFinalize() to let user reduce the finalizedQueue length explicitly

if the JVM' source code is available, may implement these method ourself, such as android ROM maker

DateTime2 vs DateTime in SQL Server

Interpretation of date strings into datetime and datetime2 can be different too, when using non-US DATEFORMAT settings. E.g.

set dateformat dmy
declare @d datetime, @d2 datetime2
select @d = '2013-06-05', @d2 = '2013-06-05'
select @d, @d2

This returns 2013-05-06 (i.e. May 6) for datetime, and 2013-06-05 (i.e. June 5) for datetime2. However, with dateformat set to mdy, both @d and @d2 return 2013-06-05.

The datetime behavior seems at odds with the MSDN documentation of SET DATEFORMAT which states: Some character strings formats, for example ISO 8601, are interpreted independently of the DATEFORMAT setting. Obviously not true!

Until I was bitten by this, I'd always thought that yyyy-mm-dd dates would just be handled right, regardless of the language / locale settings.

Extending from two classes

You can only Extend a single class. And implement Interfaces from many sources.

Extending multiple classes is not available. The only solution I can think of is not inheriting either class but instead having an internal variable of each class and doing more of a proxy by redirecting the requests to your object to the object that you want them to go to.

 public class CustomActivity extends Activity {

     private AnotherClass mClass;

     protected void onCreate(Bundle savedInstanceState) {
         super.onCreate(savedInstanceState);
         mClass = new AnotherClass(this);
     }

     //Implement each method you want to use.
     public String getInfoFromOtherClass()
     {
        return mClass.getInfoFromOtherClass();
     }
 }

this is the best solution I have come up with. You can get the functionality from both classes and Still only actually be of one class type.

The drawback is that you cannot fit into the Mold of the Internal class using a cast.

How can I make a "color map" plot in matlab?

Note that both pcolor and "surf + view(2)" do not show the last row and the last column of your 2D data.

On the other hand, using imagesc, you have to be careful with the axes. The surf and the imagesc examples in gevang's answer only (almost -- apart from the last row and column) correspond to each other because the 2D sinc function is symmetric.

To illustrate these 2 points, I produced the figure below with the following code:

[x, y] = meshgrid(1:10,1:5);
z      = x.^3 + y.^3;

subplot(3,1,1)
imagesc(flipud(z)), axis equal tight, colorbar
set(gca, 'YTick', 1:5, 'YTickLabel', 5:-1:1);
title('imagesc')

subplot(3,1,2)
surf(x,y,z,'EdgeColor','None'), view(2), axis equal tight, colorbar
title('surf with view(2)')

subplot(3,1,3)
imagesc(flipud(z)), axis equal tight, colorbar
axis([0.5 9.5 1.5 5.5])
set(gca, 'YTick', 1:5, 'YTickLabel', 5:-1:1);
title('imagesc cropped')

colormap jet

surf vs imagesc

As you can see the 10th row and 5th column are missing in the surf plot. (You can also see this in images in the other answers.)

Note how you can use the "set(gca, 'YTick'..." (and Xtick) command to set the x and y tick labels properly if x and y are not 1:1:N.

Also note that imagesc only makes sense if your z data correspond to xs and ys are (each) equally spaced. If not you can use surf (and possibly duplicate the last column and row and one more "(end,end)" value -- although that's a kind of a dirty approach).

Java Class.cast() vs. cast operator

C++ and Java are different languages.

The Java C-style cast operator is much more restricted than the C/C++ version. Effectively the Java cast is like the C++ dynamic_cast if the object you have cannot be cast to the new class you will get a run time (or if there is enough information in the code a compile time) exception. Thus the C++ idea of not using C type casts is not a good idea in Java

.htaccess rewrite subdomain to directory

You can use the following rule in .htaccess to rewrite a subdomain to a subfolder:

RewriteEngine On

 # If the host is "sub.domain.com"
 RewriteCond %{HTTP_HOST} ^sub.domain.com$ [NC]
 # Then rewrite any request to /folder
 RewriteRule ^((?!folder).*)$ /folder/$1 [NC,L]

Line-by-line explanation:

  RewriteEngine on

The line above tells the server to turn on the engine for rewriting URLs.

  RewriteCond %{HTTP_HOST} ^sub.domain.com$ [NC]

This line is a condition for the RewriteRule where we match against the HTTP host using a regex pattern. The condition says that if the host is sub.domain.com then execute the rule.

 RewriteRule ^((?!folder).*)$ /folder/$1 [NC,L]

The rule matches http://sub.domain.com/foo and internally redirects it to http://sub.domain.com/folder/foo.

Replace sub.domain.com with your subdomain and folder with name of the folder you want to point your subdomain to.

You need to install postgresql-server-dev-X.Y for building a server-side extension or libpq-dev for building a client-side application

Run the command below;

sudo apt-get install python-pip python-dev libpq-dev postgresql postgresql-contrib
pip install psycopg2

Node.js connect only works on localhost

After struggling with this issue for quite some time I managed to solve it by allowing incoming connections on port 8080.

Since you wrote that the .listen(8080, "0.0.0.0") solution didn't work for you, make sure the connections on port 8080 are allowed through your firewall.

This post helped me to create a new Inbound rule in windows firewall settings.

Is there a way to make AngularJS load partials in the beginning and not at when needed?

If you use rails, you can use the asset pipeline to compile and shove all your haml/erb templates into a template module which can be appended to your application.js file. Checkout http://minhajuddin.com/2013/04/28/angularjs-templates-and-rails-with-eager-loading

sql searching multiple words in a string

Maybe EXISTS can help.

and exists (select 1 from @DocumentNames where pcd.Name like DocName+'%' or CD.DocumentName like DocName+'%')

Display calendar to pick a date in java

I wrote a DateTextField component.

import java.awt.BorderLayout;
import java.awt.Color;
import java.awt.Cursor;
import java.awt.Dimension;
import java.awt.FlowLayout;
import java.awt.Font;
import java.awt.Frame;
import java.awt.GridLayout;
import java.awt.Point;
import java.awt.event.ActionEvent;
import java.awt.event.ActionListener;
import java.awt.event.MouseAdapter;
import java.awt.event.MouseEvent;
import java.text.ParseException;
import java.text.SimpleDateFormat;
import java.util.Calendar;
import java.util.Date;

import javax.swing.JButton;
import javax.swing.JDialog;
import javax.swing.JLabel;
import javax.swing.JPanel;
import javax.swing.JSpinner;
import javax.swing.JTextField;
import javax.swing.SpinnerNumberModel;
import javax.swing.SwingConstants;
import javax.swing.SwingUtilities;
import javax.swing.border.LineBorder;
import javax.swing.event.ChangeEvent;
import javax.swing.event.ChangeListener;

public class DateTextField extends JTextField {

    private static String DEFAULT_DATE_FORMAT = "MM/dd/yyyy";
    private static final int DIALOG_WIDTH = 200;
    private static final int DIALOG_HEIGHT = 200;

    private SimpleDateFormat dateFormat;
    private DatePanel datePanel = null;
    private JDialog dateDialog = null;

    public DateTextField() {
        this(new Date());
    }

    public DateTextField(String dateFormatPattern, Date date) {
        this(date);
        DEFAULT_DATE_FORMAT = dateFormatPattern;
    }

    public DateTextField(Date date) {
        setDate(date);
        setEditable(false);
        setCursor(new Cursor(Cursor.HAND_CURSOR));
        addListeners();
    }

    private void addListeners() {
        addMouseListener(new MouseAdapter() {
            public void mouseClicked(MouseEvent paramMouseEvent) {
                if (datePanel == null) {
                    datePanel = new DatePanel();
                }
                Point point = getLocationOnScreen();
                point.y = point.y + 30;
                showDateDialog(datePanel, point);
            }
        });
    }

    private void showDateDialog(DatePanel dateChooser, Point position) {
        Frame owner = (Frame) SwingUtilities
                .getWindowAncestor(DateTextField.this);
        if (dateDialog == null || dateDialog.getOwner() != owner) {
            dateDialog = createDateDialog(owner, dateChooser);
        }
        dateDialog.setLocation(getAppropriateLocation(owner, position));
        dateDialog.setVisible(true);
    }

    private JDialog createDateDialog(Frame owner, JPanel contentPanel) {
        JDialog dialog = new JDialog(owner, "Date Selected", true);
        dialog.setUndecorated(true);
        dialog.getContentPane().add(contentPanel, BorderLayout.CENTER);
        dialog.pack();
        dialog.setSize(DIALOG_WIDTH, DIALOG_HEIGHT);
        return dialog;
    }

    private Point getAppropriateLocation(Frame owner, Point position) {
        Point result = new Point(position);
        Point p = owner.getLocation();
        int offsetX = (position.x + DIALOG_WIDTH) - (p.x + owner.getWidth());
        int offsetY = (position.y + DIALOG_HEIGHT) - (p.y + owner.getHeight());

        if (offsetX > 0) {
            result.x -= offsetX;
        }

        if (offsetY > 0) {
            result.y -= offsetY;
        }

        return result;
    }

    private SimpleDateFormat getDefaultDateFormat() {
        if (dateFormat == null) {
            dateFormat = new SimpleDateFormat(DEFAULT_DATE_FORMAT);
        }
        return dateFormat;
    }

    public void setText(Date date) {
        setDate(date);
    }

    public void setDate(Date date) {
        super.setText(getDefaultDateFormat().format(date));
    }

    public Date getDate() {
        try {
            return getDefaultDateFormat().parse(getText());
        } catch (ParseException e) {
            return new Date();
        }
    }

    private class DatePanel extends JPanel implements ChangeListener {
        int startYear = 1980;
        int lastYear = 2050;

        Color backGroundColor = Color.gray;
        Color palletTableColor = Color.white;
        Color todayBackColor = Color.orange;
        Color weekFontColor = Color.blue;
        Color dateFontColor = Color.black;
        Color weekendFontColor = Color.red;

        Color controlLineColor = Color.pink;
        Color controlTextColor = Color.white;

        JSpinner yearSpin;
        JSpinner monthSpin;
        JButton[][] daysButton = new JButton[6][7];

        DatePanel() {
            setLayout(new BorderLayout());
            setBorder(new LineBorder(backGroundColor, 2));
            setBackground(backGroundColor);

            JPanel topYearAndMonth = createYearAndMonthPanal();
            add(topYearAndMonth, BorderLayout.NORTH);
            JPanel centerWeekAndDay = createWeekAndDayPanal();
            add(centerWeekAndDay, BorderLayout.CENTER);

            reflushWeekAndDay();
        }

        private JPanel createYearAndMonthPanal() {
            Calendar cal = getCalendar();
            int currentYear = cal.get(Calendar.YEAR);
            int currentMonth = cal.get(Calendar.MONTH) + 1;

            JPanel panel = new JPanel();
            panel.setLayout(new FlowLayout());
            panel.setBackground(controlLineColor);

            yearSpin = new JSpinner(new SpinnerNumberModel(currentYear,
                    startYear, lastYear, 1));
            yearSpin.setPreferredSize(new Dimension(56, 20));
            yearSpin.setName("Year");
            yearSpin.setEditor(new JSpinner.NumberEditor(yearSpin, "####"));
            yearSpin.addChangeListener(this);
            panel.add(yearSpin);

            JLabel yearLabel = new JLabel("Year");
            yearLabel.setForeground(controlTextColor);
            panel.add(yearLabel);

            monthSpin = new JSpinner(new SpinnerNumberModel(currentMonth, 1,
                    12, 1));
            monthSpin.setPreferredSize(new Dimension(35, 20));
            monthSpin.setName("Month");
            monthSpin.addChangeListener(this);
            panel.add(monthSpin);

            JLabel monthLabel = new JLabel("Month");
            monthLabel.setForeground(controlTextColor);
            panel.add(monthLabel);

            return panel;
        }

        private JPanel createWeekAndDayPanal() {
            String colname[] = { "S", "M", "T", "W", "T", "F", "S" };
            JPanel panel = new JPanel();
            panel.setFont(new Font("Arial", Font.PLAIN, 10));
            panel.setLayout(new GridLayout(7, 7));
            panel.setBackground(Color.white);

            for (int i = 0; i < 7; i++) {
                JLabel cell = new JLabel(colname[i]);
                cell.setHorizontalAlignment(JLabel.RIGHT);
                if (i == 0 || i == 6) {
                    cell.setForeground(weekendFontColor);
                } else {
                    cell.setForeground(weekFontColor);
                }
                panel.add(cell);
            }

            int actionCommandId = 0;
            for (int i = 0; i < 6; i++)
                for (int j = 0; j < 7; j++) {
                    JButton numBtn = new JButton();
                    numBtn.setBorder(null);
                    numBtn.setHorizontalAlignment(SwingConstants.RIGHT);
                    numBtn.setActionCommand(String
                            .valueOf(actionCommandId));
                    numBtn.setBackground(palletTableColor);
                    numBtn.setForeground(dateFontColor);
                    numBtn.addActionListener(new ActionListener() {
                        public void actionPerformed(ActionEvent event) {
                            JButton source = (JButton) event.getSource();
                            if (source.getText().length() == 0) {
                                return;
                            }
                            dayColorUpdate(true);
                            source.setForeground(todayBackColor);
                            int newDay = Integer.parseInt(source.getText());
                            Calendar cal = getCalendar();
                            cal.set(Calendar.DAY_OF_MONTH, newDay);
                            setDate(cal.getTime());

                            dateDialog.setVisible(false);
                        }
                    });

                    if (j == 0 || j == 6)
                        numBtn.setForeground(weekendFontColor);
                    else
                        numBtn.setForeground(dateFontColor);
                    daysButton[i][j] = numBtn;
                    panel.add(numBtn);
                    actionCommandId++;
                }

            return panel;
        }

        private Calendar getCalendar() {
            Calendar calendar = Calendar.getInstance();
            calendar.setTime(getDate());
            return calendar;
        }

        private int getSelectedYear() {
            return ((Integer) yearSpin.getValue()).intValue();
        }

        private int getSelectedMonth() {
            return ((Integer) monthSpin.getValue()).intValue();
        }

        private void dayColorUpdate(boolean isOldDay) {
            Calendar cal = getCalendar();
            int day = cal.get(Calendar.DAY_OF_MONTH);
            cal.set(Calendar.DAY_OF_MONTH, 1);
            int actionCommandId = day - 2 + cal.get(Calendar.DAY_OF_WEEK);
            int i = actionCommandId / 7;
            int j = actionCommandId % 7;
            if (isOldDay) {
                daysButton[i][j].setForeground(dateFontColor);
            } else {
                daysButton[i][j].setForeground(todayBackColor);
            }
        }

        private void reflushWeekAndDay() {
            Calendar cal = getCalendar();
            cal.set(Calendar.DAY_OF_MONTH, 1);
            int maxDayNo = cal.getActualMaximum(Calendar.DAY_OF_MONTH);
            int dayNo = 2 - cal.get(Calendar.DAY_OF_WEEK);
            for (int i = 0; i < 6; i++) {
                for (int j = 0; j < 7; j++) {
                    String s = "";
                    if (dayNo >= 1 && dayNo <= maxDayNo) {
                        s = String.valueOf(dayNo);
                    }
                    daysButton[i][j].setText(s);
                    dayNo++;
                }
            }
            dayColorUpdate(false);
        }

        public void stateChanged(ChangeEvent e) {
            dayColorUpdate(true);

            JSpinner source = (JSpinner) e.getSource();
            Calendar cal = getCalendar();
            if (source.getName().equals("Year")) {
                cal.set(Calendar.YEAR, getSelectedYear());
            } else {
                cal.set(Calendar.MONTH, getSelectedMonth() - 1);
            }
            setDate(cal.getTime());
            reflushWeekAndDay();
        }
    }
}

PermissionError: [WinError 5] Access is denied python using moviepy to write gif

I got the same error when an imported library was trying to create a directory at path "./logs/".

It turns out that the library was trying to create it at the wrong location, i.e. inside the folder of my python interpreter instead of the base project directory. I solved the issue by setting the "Working directory" path to my project folder inside the "Run Configurations" menu of PyCharm. If instead you're using the terminal to run your code, maybe you just need to move inside the project folder before running it.

Compute row average in pandas

You can specify a new column. You also need to compute the mean along the rows, so use axis=1.

df['mean'] = df.mean(axis=1)
>>> df
       Y1961      Y1962      Y1963      Y1964      Y1965 Region       mean
0  82.567307  83.104757  83.183700  83.030338  82.831958     US  82.943612
1   2.699372   2.610110   2.587919   2.696451   2.846247     US   2.688020
2  14.131355  13.690028  13.599516  13.649176  13.649046     US  13.743824
3   0.048589   0.046982   0.046583   0.046225   0.051750     US   0.048026
4   0.553377   0.548123   0.582282   0.577811   0.620999     US   0.576518

Updating the list view when the adapter data changes

substitute:

mMyListView.invalidate();

for:

((BaseAdapter) mMyListView.getAdapter()).notifyDataSetChanged(); 

If that doesnt work, refer to this thread: Android List view refresh

Java Reflection Performance

I think it depends on how light/heavy the target method is. if the target method is very light(e.g. getter/setter), It could be 1 ~ 3 times slower. if the target method takes about 1 millisecond or above, then the performance will be very close. here is the test I did with Java 8 and reflectasm :

public class ReflectionTest extends TestCase {    
    @Test
    public void test_perf() {
        Profiler.run(3, 100000, 3, "m_01 by refelct", () -> Reflection.on(X.class)._new().invoke("m_01")).printResult();    
        Profiler.run(3, 100000, 3, "m_01 direct call", () -> new X().m_01()).printResult();    
        Profiler.run(3, 100000, 3, "m_02 by refelct", () -> Reflection.on(X.class)._new().invoke("m_02")).printResult();    
        Profiler.run(3, 100000, 3, "m_02 direct call", () -> new X().m_02()).printResult();    
        Profiler.run(3, 100000, 3, "m_11 by refelct", () -> Reflection.on(X.class)._new().invoke("m_11")).printResult();    
        Profiler.run(3, 100000, 3, "m_11 direct call", () -> X.m_11()).printResult();    
        Profiler.run(3, 100000, 3, "m_12 by refelct", () -> Reflection.on(X.class)._new().invoke("m_12")).printResult();    
        Profiler.run(3, 100000, 3, "m_12 direct call", () -> X.m_12()).printResult();
    }

    public static class X {
        public long m_01() {
            return m_11();
        }    
        public long m_02() {
            return m_12();
        }    
        public static long m_11() {
            long sum = IntStream.range(0, 10).sum();
            assertEquals(45, sum);
            return sum;
        }    
        public static long m_12() {
            long sum = IntStream.range(0, 10000).sum();
            assertEquals(49995000, sum);
            return sum;
        }
    }
}

The complete test code is available at GitHub:ReflectionTest.java

DLL Load Library - Error Code 126

This error can happen because some MFC library (eg. mfc120.dll) from which the DLL is dependent is missing in windows/system32 folder.

In .NET, which loop runs faster, 'for' or 'foreach'?

Unless you're in a specific speed optimization process, I would say use whichever method produces the easiest to read and maintain code.

If an iterator is already setup, like with one of the collection classes, then the foreach is a good easy option. And if it's an integer range you're iterating, then for is probably cleaner.

JPanel Padding in Java

When you need padding inside the JPanel generally you add padding with the layout manager you are using. There are cases that you can just expand the border of the JPanel.

Use and meaning of "in" in an if statement?

Here raw_input is string, so if you wanted to check, if var>3 then you should convert next to double, ie float(next) and do as you would do if float(next)>3:, but in most cases

When is std::weak_ptr useful?

Apart from the other already mentioned valid use cases std::weak_ptr is an awesome tool in a multithreaded environment, because

  • It doesn't own the object and so can't hinder deletion in a different thread
  • std::shared_ptr in conjunction with std::weak_ptr is safe against dangling pointers - in opposite to std::unique_ptr in conjunction with raw pointers
  • std::weak_ptr::lock() is an atomic operation (see also About thread-safety of weak_ptr)

Consider a task to load all images of a directory (~10.000) simultaneously into memory (e.g. as a thumbnail cache). Obviously the best way to do this is a control thread, which handles and manages the images, and multiple worker threads, which load the images. Now this is an easy task. Here's a very simplified implementation (join() etc is omitted, the threads would have to be handled differently in a real implementation etc)

// a simplified class to hold the thumbnail and data
struct ImageData {
  std::string path;
  std::unique_ptr<YourFavoriteImageLibData> image;
};

// a simplified reader fn
void read( std::vector<std::shared_ptr<ImageData>> imagesToLoad ) {
   for( auto& imageData : imagesToLoad )
     imageData->image = YourFavoriteImageLib::load( imageData->path );
}

// a simplified manager
class Manager {
   std::vector<std::shared_ptr<ImageData>> m_imageDatas;
   std::vector<std::unique_ptr<std::thread>> m_threads;
public:
   void load( const std::string& folderPath ) {
      std::vector<std::string> imagePaths = readFolder( folderPath );
      m_imageDatas = createImageDatas( imagePaths );
      const unsigned numThreads = std::thread::hardware_concurrency();
      std::vector<std::vector<std::shared_ptr<ImageData>>> splitDatas = 
        splitImageDatas( m_imageDatas, numThreads );
      for( auto& dataRangeToLoad : splitDatas )
        m_threads.push_back( std::make_unique<std::thread>(read, dataRangeToLoad) );
   }
};

But it becomes much more complicated, if you want to interrupt the loading of the images, e.g. because the user has chosen a different directory. Or even if you want to destroy the manager.

You'd need thread communication and have to stop all loader threads, before you may change your m_imageDatas field. Otherwise the loaders would carry on loading until all images are done - even if they are already obsolete. In the simplified example, that wouldn't be too hard, but in a real environment things can be much more complicated.

The threads would probably be part of a thread pool used by multiple managers, of which some are being stopped, and some aren't etc. The simple parameter imagesToLoad would be a locked queue, into which those managers push their image requests from different control threads with the readers popping the requests - in an arbitrary order - at the other end. And so the communication becomes difficult, slow and error-prone. A very elegant way to avoid any additional communication in such cases is to use std::shared_ptr in conjunction with std::weak_ptr.

// a simplified reader fn
void read( std::vector<std::weak_ptr<ImageData>> imagesToLoad ) {
   for( auto& imageDataWeak : imagesToLoad ) {
     std::shared_ptr<ImageData> imageData = imageDataWeak.lock();
     if( !imageData )
        continue;
     imageData->image = YourFavoriteImageLib::load( imageData->path );
   }
}

// a simplified manager
class Manager {
   std::vector<std::shared_ptr<ImageData>> m_imageDatas;
   std::vector<std::unique_ptr<std::thread>> m_threads;
public:
   void load( const std::string& folderPath ) {
      std::vector<std::string> imagePaths = readFolder( folderPath );
      m_imageDatas = createImageDatas( imagePaths );
      const unsigned numThreads = std::thread::hardware_concurrency();
      std::vector<std::vector<std::weak_ptr<ImageData>>> splitDatas = 
        splitImageDatasToWeak( m_imageDatas, numThreads );
      for( auto& dataRangeToLoad : splitDatas )
        m_threads.push_back( std::make_unique<std::thread>(read, dataRangeToLoad) );
   }
};

This implementation is nearly as easy as the first one, doesn't need any additional thread communication, and could be part of a thread pool/queue in a real implementation. Since the expired images are skipped, and non-expired images are processed, the threads never would have to be stopped during normal operation. You could always safely change the path or destroy your managers, since the reader fn checks, if the owning pointer isn't expired.

Facebook how to check if user has liked page and show content?

You need to write a little PHP code. When user first click tab you can check is he like the page or not. Below is the sample code

include_once("facebook.php");

    // Create our Application instance.
    $facebook = new Facebook(array(
      'appId'  => FACEBOOK_APP_ID,
      'secret' => FACEBOOK_SECRET,
      'cookie' => true,
    ));

$signed_request = $facebook->getSignedRequest();

// Return you the Page like status
$like_status = $signed_request["page"]["liked"];

if($like_status)
{
    echo 'User Liked the page';
    // Place some content you wanna show to user

}else{
    echo 'User do not liked the page';
    // Place some content that encourage user to like the page
}

Remove HTML Tags from an NSString on the iPhone

NSAttributedString *str=[[NSAttributedString alloc] initWithData:[trimmedString dataUsingEncoding:NSUTF8StringEncoding] options:@{NSDocumentTypeDocumentAttribute: NSHTMLTextDocumentType, NSCharacterEncodingDocumentAttribute: [NSNumber numberWithInt:NSUTF8StringEncoding]} documentAttributes:nil error:nil];

Search for string within text column in MySQL

Using like might take longer time so use full_text_search:

SELECT * FROM items WHERE MATCH(items.xml) AGAINST ('your_search_word')

How to add image in Flutter

The problem is in your pubspec.yaml, here you need to delete the last comma.

uses-material-design: true,

Send json post using php

Beware that file_get_contents solution doesn't close the connection as it should when a server returns Connection: close in the HTTP header.

CURL solution, on the other hand, terminates the connection so the PHP script is not blocked by waiting for a response.

Passing on command line arguments to runnable JAR

You can pass program arguments on the command line and get them in your Java app like this:

public static void main(String[] args) {
  String pathToXml = args[0];
....
}

Alternatively you pass a system property by changing the command line to:

java -Dpath-to-xml=enwiki-20111007-pages-articles.xml -jar wiki2txt

and your main class to:

public static void main(String[] args) {
  String pathToXml = System.getProperty("path-to-xml");
....
}

php stdClass to array

Just googled it, and found here a handy function that is useful for converting stdClass object to array recursively.

<?php
function object_to_array($object) {
 if (is_object($object)) {
  return array_map(__FUNCTION__, get_object_vars($object));
 } else if (is_array($object)) {
  return array_map(__FUNCTION__, $object);
 } else {
  return $object;
 }
}
?>

EDIT: I updated this answer with content from linked source (which is also changed now), thanks to mason81 for suggesting me.

How to prevent going back to the previous activity?

Put finish() just after

Intent i = new Intent(Summary1.this,MainActivity.class);
            startActivity(i);
finish();

What is the --save option for npm install?

As of npm 5, it is more favorable to use --save-prod (or -P) than --save but doing the same thing, as is stated in npm install. So far, --save still works if provided.

How do you unit test private methods?

In the rare cases I have wanted to test private functions, I have usually modified them to be protected instead, and the I have written a subclass with a public wrapper function.

The Class:

...

protected void APrivateFunction()
{
    ...
}

...

Subclass for testing:

...

[Test]
public void TestAPrivateFunction()
{
    APrivateFunction();
    //or whatever testing code you want here
}

...

Sample database for exercise

You want huge?

Here's a small table: create table foo (id int not null primary key auto_increment, crap char(2000));

insert into foo(crap) values ('');

-- each time you run the next line, the number of rows in foo doubles. insert into foo( crap ) select * from foo;

run it twenty more times, you have over a million rows to play with.

Yes, if he's looking for looks of relations to navigate, this is not the answer. But if by huge he means to test performance and his ability to optimize, this will do it. I did exactly this (and then updated with random values) to test an potential answer I had for another question. (And didn't answer it, because I couldn't come up with better performance than what that asker had.)

Had he asked for "complex", I'd have gien a differnt answer. To me,"huge" implies "lots of rows".

Because you don't need huge to play with tables and relations. Consider a table, by itself, with no nullable columns. How many different kinds of rows can there be? Only one, as all columns must have some value as none can be null.

Every nullable column multiples by two the number of different kinds of rows possible: a row where that column is null, an row where it isn't null.

Now consider the table, not in isolation. Consider a table that is a child table: for every child that has an FK to the parent, that, is a many-to-one, there can be 0, 1 or many children. So we multiply by three times the count we got in the previous step (no rows for zero, one for exactly one, two rows for many). For any grandparent to which the parent is a many, another three.

For many-to-many relations, we can have have no relation, a one-to-one, a one-to-many, many-to-one, or a many-to-many. So for each many-to-many we can reach in a graph from the table, we multiply the rows by nine -- or just like two one-to manys. If the many-to-many also has data, we multiply by the nullability number.

Tables that we can't reach in our graph -- those that we have no direct or indirect FK to, don't multiply the rows in our table.

By recursively multiplying the each table we can reach, we can come up with the number of rows needed to provide one of each "kind", and we need no more than those to test every possible relation in our schema. And we're nowhere near huge.

How to get current html page title with javascript

One option from DOM directly:

$(document).find("title").text();

Tested only on chrome & IE9, but logically should work on all browsers.

Or more generic

var title = document.getElementsByTagName("title")[0].innerHTML;

How can I start PostgreSQL server on Mac OS X?

If you want to manually start and stop PostgreSQL (installed via Homebrew), the easiest way is:

brew services start postgresql

and

brew services stop postgresql

If you have a specific version, make sure to suffix the version. For example:

brew services start postgresql@10

"Cannot evaluate expression because the code of the current method is optimized" in Visual Studio 2010

I had the same issue in VS 2010. Cleaned-up and rebuild the solution and it worked.

Visual Studio 2010 shortcut to find classes and methods?

Ctrl+K,Ctrl+R opens the Object Browser in Visual Studio 2010. Find what you're looking for by searching and browsing and filtering the results. See also Ctrl+Alt+J. ^K ^R is better because it puts your caret right in the search box, ready to type your new search, even when the Object Browser is already open.

Set the Browse list on the top left to where you want to look to get started. From there you can use the search box (2nd text box from the top, goes all the way across the Object Browser window) or you can just go through everything from the tree on the left. Searches are temporary but the "selected components" set by the Browse list persists. Set a custom set with the little "..." button just to the right of the list.

Objects, packages, namespaces, types, etc. on the left; fields, methods, constants, etc. on the top right, docstrings on the lower right.

The display mode of a pane can be changed by right-clicking in the empty space of the window; tree organized by assembly/container or by namespace and other preferences.

Items can be right-clicked to find, copy and filter.

For keyboard navigation, use Ctrl+K,Ctrl+R from anywhere to start a new search, Enter to execute the search you just typed or pasted and Ctrl+F6 to make the Object Browser close. ALT+<-- to go back and ALT+--> to go forward through the search history. More can be set; search for "ObjectBrowser" in the keyboard shortcut config.

If the key shortcuts above don't work, Object Browser should be in the View menu somewhere with a different shortcut. If all else fails, search for "ObjectBrowser" under Tools->Options->Environment->Keyboard->"Show commands containing".

Get value from hidden field using jQuery

If you don't want to assign identifier to the hidden field; you can use name or class with selector like:

$('input[name=hiddenfieldname]').val();

or with assigned class:

$('input.hiddenfieldclass').val();

Twitter Bootstrap and ASP.NET GridView

There are 2 steps to resolve this:

  1. Add UseAccessibleHeader="true" to Gridview tag:

    <asp:GridView ID="MyGridView" runat="server" UseAccessibleHeader="true">
    
  2. Add the following Code to the PreRender event:


Protected Sub MyGridView_PreRender(sender As Object, e As EventArgs) Handles MyGridView.PreRender
    Try
        MyGridView.HeaderRow.TableSection = TableRowSection.TableHeader
    Catch ex As Exception
    End Try
End Sub

Note setting Header Row in DataBound() works only when the object is databound, any other postback that doesn't databind the gridview will result in the gridview header row style reverting to a standard row again. PreRender works everytime, just make sure you have an error catch for when the gridview is empty.

Sorting data based on second column of a file

Solution:

sort -k 2 -n filename

more verbosely written as:

sort --key 2 --numeric-sort filename


Example:

$ cat filename
A 12
B 48
C 3

$ sort --key 2 --numeric-sort filename 
C 3
A 12
B 48

Explanation:

  • -k # - this argument specifies the first column that will be used to sort. (note that column here is defined as a whitespace delimited field; the argument -k5 will sort starting with the fifth field in each line, not the fifth character in each line)

  • -n - this option specifies a "numeric sort" meaning that column should be interpreted as a row of numbers, instead of text.


More:

Other common options include:

  • -r - this option reverses the sorting order. It can also be written as --reverse.
  • -i - This option ignores non-printable characters. It can also be written as --ignore-nonprinting.
  • -b - This option ignores leading blank spaces, which is handy as white spaces are used to determine the number of rows. It can also be written as --ignore-leading-blanks.
  • -f - This option ignores letter case. "A"=="a". It can also be written as --ignore-case.
  • -t [new separator] - This option makes the preprocessing use a operator other than space. It can also be written as --field-separator.

There are other options, but these are the most common and helpful ones, that I use often.

Pandas timeseries plot setting x-axis major and minor ticks and labels

Both pandas and matplotlib.dates use matplotlib.units for locating the ticks.

But while matplotlib.dates has convenient ways to set the ticks manually, pandas seems to have the focus on auto formatting so far (you can have a look at the code for date conversion and formatting in pandas).

So for the moment it seems more reasonable to use matplotlib.dates (as mentioned by @BrenBarn in his comment).

import numpy as np
import pandas as pd
import matplotlib.pyplot as plt 
import matplotlib.dates as dates

idx = pd.date_range('2011-05-01', '2011-07-01')
s = pd.Series(np.random.randn(len(idx)), index=idx)

fig, ax = plt.subplots()
ax.plot_date(idx.to_pydatetime(), s, 'v-')
ax.xaxis.set_minor_locator(dates.WeekdayLocator(byweekday=(1),
                                                interval=1))
ax.xaxis.set_minor_formatter(dates.DateFormatter('%d\n%a'))
ax.xaxis.grid(True, which="minor")
ax.yaxis.grid()
ax.xaxis.set_major_locator(dates.MonthLocator())
ax.xaxis.set_major_formatter(dates.DateFormatter('\n\n\n%b\n%Y'))
plt.tight_layout()
plt.show()

pandas_like_date_fomatting

(my locale is German, so that Tuesday [Tue] becomes Dienstag [Di])

How to show google.com in an iframe?

The reason for this is, that Google is sending an "X-Frame-Options: SAMEORIGIN" response header. This option prevents the browser from displaying iFrames that are not hosted on the same domain as the parent page.

See: Mozilla Developer Network - The X-Frame-Options response header

Reference excel worksheet by name?

There are several options, including using the method you demonstrate, With, and using a variable.

My preference is option 4 below: Dim a variable of type Worksheet and store the worksheet and call the methods on the variable or pass it to functions, however any of the options work.

Sub Test()
  Dim SheetName As String
  Dim SearchText As String
  Dim FoundRange As Range

  SheetName = "test"      
  SearchText = "abc"

  ' 0. If you know the sheet is the ActiveSheet, you can use if directly.
  Set FoundRange = ActiveSheet.UsedRange.Find(What:=SearchText)
  ' Since I usually have a lot of Subs/Functions, I don't use this method often.
  ' If I do, I store it in a variable to make it easy to change in the future or
  ' to pass to functions, e.g.: Set MySheet = ActiveSheet
  ' If your methods need to work with multiple worksheets at the same time, using
  ' ActiveSheet probably isn't a good idea and you should just specify the sheets.

  ' 1. Using Sheets or Worksheets (Least efficient if repeating or calling multiple times)
  Set FoundRange = Sheets(SheetName).UsedRange.Find(What:=SearchText)
  Set FoundRange = Worksheets(SheetName).UsedRange.Find(What:=SearchText)

  ' 2. Using Named Sheet, i.e. Sheet1 (if Worksheet is named "Sheet1"). The
  ' sheet names use the title/name of the worksheet, however the name must
  ' be a valid VBA identifier (no spaces or special characters. Use the Object
  ' Browser to find the sheet names if it isn't obvious. (More efficient than #1)
  Set FoundRange = Sheet1.UsedRange.Find(What:=SearchText)

  ' 3. Using "With" (more efficient than #1)
  With Sheets(SheetName)
    Set FoundRange = .UsedRange.Find(What:=SearchText)
  End With
  ' or possibly...
  With Sheets(SheetName).UsedRange
    Set FoundRange = .Find(What:=SearchText)
  End With

  ' 4. Using Worksheet variable (more efficient than 1)
  Dim MySheet As Worksheet
  Set MySheet = Worksheets(SheetName)
  Set FoundRange = MySheet.UsedRange.Find(What:=SearchText)

  ' Calling a Function/Sub
  Test2 Sheets(SheetName) ' Option 1
  Test2 Sheet1 ' Option 2
  Test2 MySheet ' Option 4

End Sub

Sub Test2(TestSheet As Worksheet)
    Dim RowIndex As Long
    For RowIndex = 1 To TestSheet.UsedRange.Rows.Count
        If TestSheet.Cells(RowIndex, 1).Value = "SomeValue" Then
            ' Do something
        End If
    Next RowIndex
End Sub

How do I make a simple crawler in PHP?

You can try this it may be help to you

$search_string = 'american golf News: Fowler beats stellar field in Abu Dhabi';
$html = file_get_contents(url of the site);
$dom = new DOMDocument;
$titalDom = new DOMDocument;
$tmpTitalDom = new DOMDocument;
libxml_use_internal_errors(true);
@$dom->loadHTML($html);
libxml_use_internal_errors(false);
$xpath = new DOMXPath($dom);
$videos = $xpath->query('//div[@class="primary-content"]');
foreach ($videos as $key => $video) {
$newdomaindom = new DOMDocument;    
$newnode = $newdomaindom->importNode($video, true);
$newdomaindom->appendChild($newnode);
@$titalDom->loadHTML($newdomaindom->saveHTML());
$xpath1 = new DOMXPath($titalDom);
$titles = $xpath1->query('//div[@class="listingcontainer"]/div[@class="list"]');
if(strcmp(preg_replace('!\s+!',' ',  $titles->item(0)->nodeValue),$search_string)){     
    $tmpNode = $tmpTitalDom->importNode($video, true);
    $tmpTitalDom->appendChild($tmpNode);
    break;
}
}
echo $tmpTitalDom->saveHTML();

How to change a <select> value from JavaScript

I found that doing document.getElementById("select").value = "defaultValue" wont work.

You must be experiencing a separate bug, as this works fine in this live demo.

And here's the full working code in case you are interested:

<!DOCTYPE html>
<html>
<head>
    <meta http-equiv="content-type" content="text/html; charset=UTF-8">
    <title>Demo</title>
    <script type="text/javascript">
        var selectFunction = function() {
            document.getElementById("select").value = "defaultValue";
        };
    </script>
</head>
<body>
    <select id="select">
        <option value="defaultValue">Default</option>
        <option value="Option1">Option1</option>
        <option value="Option2">Option2</option>    
    </select>
    <input type="button" value="CHANGE" onclick="selectFunction()" />
</body>
</html>

Capture characters from standard input without waiting for enter to be pressed

I use kbhit() to see if a char is present and then getchar() to read the data. On windows, you can use "conio.h". On linux, you will have to implement your own kbhit().

See code below:

// kbhit
#include <stdio.h>
#include <sys/ioctl.h> // For FIONREAD
#include <termios.h>
#include <stdbool.h>

int kbhit(void) {
    static bool initflag = false;
    static const int STDIN = 0;

    if (!initflag) {
        // Use termios to turn off line buffering
        struct termios term;
        tcgetattr(STDIN, &term);
        term.c_lflag &= ~ICANON;
        tcsetattr(STDIN, TCSANOW, &term);
        setbuf(stdin, NULL);
        initflag = true;
    }

    int nbbytes;
    ioctl(STDIN, FIONREAD, &nbbytes);  // 0 is STDIN
    return nbbytes;
}

// main
#include <unistd.h>

int main(int argc, char** argv) {
    char c;
    //setbuf(stdout, NULL); // Optional: No buffering.
    //setbuf(stdin, NULL);  // Optional: No buffering.
    printf("Press key");
    while (!kbhit()) {
        printf(".");
        fflush(stdout);
        sleep(1);
    }
    c = getchar();
    printf("\nChar received:%c\n", c);
    printf("Done.\n");

    return 0;
}

C# Reflection: How to get class reference from string?

Bit late for reply but this should do the trick

Type myType = Type.GetType("AssemblyQualifiedName");

your assembly qualified name should be like this

"Boom.Bam.Class, Boom.Bam, Version=1.0.0.262, Culture=neutral, PublicKeyToken=e16dba1a3c4385bd"

CSS Always On Top

Ensure position is on your element and set the z-index to a value higher than the elements you want to cover.

element {
    position: fixed;
    z-index: 999;
}

div {
    position: relative;
    z-index: 99;
}

It will probably require some more work than that but it's a start since you didn't post any code.

Could not open ServletContext resource [/WEB-INF/applicationContext.xml]

Update: This will create a second context same as in applicationContext.xml

or you can add this code snippet to your web.xml

<servlet>
    <servlet-name>spring-dispatcher</servlet-name>
    <servlet-class>org.springframework.web.servlet.DispatcherServlet</servlet-class>
        <init-param>
          <param-name>contextConfigLocation</param-name>
          <param-value>classpath:applicationContext.xml</param-value>
        </init-param>
    <load-on-startup>1</load-on-startup>
</servlet>

instead of

<servlet>
    <servlet-name>dispatcher</servlet-name>
    <servlet-class>org.springframework.web.servlet.DispatcherServlet</servlet-class>
    <load-on-startup>1</load-on-startup>
</servlet>

How to use Bash to create a folder if it doesn't already exist?

I think you should re-format your code a bit:

#!/bin/bash
if [ ! -d /home/mlzboy/b2c2/shared/db ]; then
    mkdir -p /home/mlzboy/b2c2/shared/db;
fi;

How to download Visual Studio Community Edition 2015 (not 2017)

The "official" way to get the vs2015 is to go to https://my.visualstudio.com/ ; join the " Visual Studio Dev Essentials" and then search the relevant file to download https://my.visualstudio.com/Downloads?q=Visual%20Studio%202015%20with%20Update%203

Changes in import statement python3

Added another case to Michal Górny's answer:

Note that relative imports are based on the name of the current module. Since the name of the main module is always "__main__", modules intended for use as the main module of a Python application must always use absolute imports.

What LaTeX Editor do you suggest for Linux?

Honestly, I've always been happy with emacs. Then again, I started out using emacs, so I've no doubt that it colours my perceptions. Still, it gives syntax highlighting and formatting, and can easily be configured to build the LaTeX. Check out the TeX mode.

Android - Adding at least one Activity with an ACTION-VIEW intent-filter after Updating SDK version 23

<manifest xmlns:android="http://schemas.android.com/apk/res/android"
xmlns:tools="http://schemas.android.com/tools"
package="com.example.app"
tools:ignore="GoogleAppIndexingWarning">

You can remove the warning by adding xmlns:tools="http://schemas.android.com/tools" and tools:ignore="GoogleAppIndexingWarning" to the <manifest> tag.

In Subversion can I be a user other than my login name?

Most Subversion commands take the --username option to specify the username you want to use to the repository. Subversion remembers the last repository username and password used in each working copy, which means, among other things, that if you use svn checkout --username myuser you never need to specify the username again.

As Kamil Kisiel says, when Subversion is accessing the repository directly off the file system (that is, the repository URL is of form file:///path/to/repo or file://file-server/path/to/repo), it uses your file system permissions to access the repository. And when you connect via SSH tunneling (svn+ssh://server/path/to/repo), SVN uses your FS permissions on the server, as determined by your SSH login. In those cases, svn checkout --username may not work for your repository.

Round integers to the nearest 10

Slightly simpler:

def round_int(x):
    return 10 * ((x + 5) // 10)

Could not establish secure channel for SSL/TLS with authority '*'

Yes an Untrusted certificate can cause this. Look at the certificate path for the webservice by opening the websservice in a browser and use the browser tools to look at the certificate path. You may need to install one or more intermediate certificates onto the computer calling the webservice. In the browser you may see "Certificate errors" with an option to "Install Certificate" when you investigate further - this could be the certificate you missing.

My particular problem was a Geotrust Geotrust DV SSL CA intermediate certificate missing following an upgrade to their root server in July 2010 https://knowledge.geotrust.com/support/knowledge-base/index?page=content&id=AR1422

(2020 update deadlink preserved here: https://web.archive.org/web/20140724085537/https://knowledge.geotrust.com/support/knowledge-base/index?page=content&id=AR1422 )

get dataframe row count based on conditions

For increased performance you should not evaluate the dataframe using your predicate. You can just use the outcome of your predicate directly as illustrated below:

In [1]: import pandas as pd
        import numpy as np
        df = pd.DataFrame(np.random.randn(20,4),columns=list('ABCD'))


In [2]: df.head()
Out[2]:
          A         B         C         D
0 -2.019868  1.227246 -0.489257  0.149053
1  0.223285 -0.087784 -0.053048 -0.108584
2 -0.140556 -0.299735 -1.765956  0.517803
3 -0.589489  0.400487  0.107856  0.194890
4  1.309088 -0.596996 -0.623519  0.020400

In [3]: %time sum((df['A']>0) & (df['B']>0))
CPU times: user 1.11 ms, sys: 53 µs, total: 1.16 ms
Wall time: 1.12 ms
Out[3]: 4

In [4]: %time len(df[(df['A']>0) & (df['B']>0)])
CPU times: user 1.38 ms, sys: 78 µs, total: 1.46 ms
Wall time: 1.42 ms
Out[4]: 4

Keep in mind that this technique only works for counting the number of rows that comply with your predicate.

Binding List<T> to DataGridView in WinForm

After adding new item to persons add:

myGrid.DataSource = null;
myGrid.DataSource = persons;

Build android release apk on Phonegap 3.x CLI

This is for Phonegap 3.0.x to 3.3.x. For PhoneGap 3.4.0 and higher see below.

Found part of the answer here, at Phonegap documentation. The full process is the following:

  1. Open a command line window, and go to /path/to/your/project/platforms/android/cordova.

  2. Run build --release. This creates an unsigned release APK at /path/to/your/project/platforms/android/bin folder, called YourAppName-release-unsigned.apk.

  3. Sign and align the APK using the instructions at android developer official docs.

Thanks to @LaurieClark for the link (http://iphonedevlog.wordpress.com/2013/08/16/using-phonegap-3-0-cli-on-mac-osx-10-to-build-ios-and-android-projects/), and the blogger who post it, because it put me on the track.

How to run a PowerShell script

If you want to run a script without modifying the default script execution policy, you can use the bypass switch when launching Windows PowerShell.

powershell [-noexit] -executionpolicy bypass -File <Filename>

java.rmi.ConnectException: Connection refused to host: 127.0.1.1;

when you want to connect to remote server with RMI you must add a system property same as:

System.setProperty("java.rmi.server.hostname","Ip or DNS of the server");

or add environment variable.

For me I got Connection Refused and solve it by adding this line of code in server side:

 java -jar -Djava.rmi.server.hostname="ip or dns of the server" packageName.jar

Thank to other guy for guide me to solve it.

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#FFFFEEE is not a correct color code. Try with #FFFFEE instead.