Programs & Examples On #Struts 1

The Apache Struts web framework is a free open-source solution for creating Java web applications. The Struts framework is designed to help developers create web applications that utilize a MVC architecture.

How to put scroll bar only for modal-body?

For Bootstrap versions >= 4.3

Bootstrap 4.3 added new built-in scroll feature to modals. This makes only the modal-body content scroll if the size of the content would otherwise make the page scroll. To use it, just add the class modal-dialog-scrollable to the same div that has the modal-dialog class.

Here is an example:

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<script src="https://stackpath.bootstrapcdn.com/bootstrap/4.3.1/js/bootstrap.bundle.min.js"></script>_x000D_
<link href="https://stackpath.bootstrapcdn.com/bootstrap/4.3.1/css/bootstrap.min.css" rel="stylesheet"/>_x000D_
<!-- Button trigger modal -->_x000D_
<button type="button" class="btn btn-primary" data-toggle="modal" data-target="#exampleModalScrollable">_x000D_
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</button>_x000D_
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<!-- Modal -->_x000D_
<div class="modal fade" id="exampleModalScrollable" tabindex="-1" role="dialog" aria-labelledby="exampleModalScrollableTitle" aria-hidden="true">_x000D_
  <div class="modal-dialog modal-dialog-scrollable" role="document">_x000D_
    <div class="modal-content">_x000D_
      <div class="modal-header">_x000D_
        <h5 class="modal-title" id="exampleModalScrollableTitle">Modal title</h5>_x000D_
        <button type="button" class="close" data-dismiss="modal" aria-label="Close">_x000D_
          <span aria-hidden="true">&times;</span>_x000D_
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      <div class="modal-body">_x000D_
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Magento: get a static block as html in a phtml file

If you have created CMS block named 'block_identifier' from admin panel. Then following will be code to call them in .phtml

<?php echo $this->getLayout()->createBlock('cms/block')->setBlockId('block_identifier')->toHtml(); 
?> 

Parse Error: Adjacent JSX elements must be wrapped in an enclosing tag

React element has to return only one element. You'll have to wrap both of your tags with another element tag.

I can also see that your render function is not returning anything. This is how your component should look like:

var app = React.createClass({
    render () {
        /*React element can only return one element*/
        return (
             <div></div>
        )
    }
})

Also note that you can't use if statements inside of a returned element:

render: function() {
var text = this.state.submitted ? 'Thank you!  Expect a follow up at '+email+' soon!' : 'Enter your email to request early access:';
var style = this.state.submitted ? {"backgroundColor": "rgba(26, 188, 156, 0.4)"} : {};
    if(this.state.submitted==false) {
        return <YourJSX />
    } else {
        return <YourOtherJSX />
    }
},

Sort a list of numerical strings in ascending order

in python sorted works like you want with integers:

>>> sorted([10,3,2])
[2, 3, 10]

it looks like you have a problem because you are using strings:

>>> sorted(['10','3','2'])
['10', '2', '3']

(because string ordering starts with the first character, and "1" comes before "2", no matter what characters follow) which can be fixed with key=int

>>> sorted(['10','3','2'], key=int)
['2', '3', '10']

which converts the values to integers during the sort (it is called as a function - int('10') returns the integer 10)

and as suggested in the comments, you can also sort the list itself, rather than generating a new one:

>>> l = ['10','3','2']
>>> l.sort(key=int)
>>> l
['2', '3', '10']

but i would look into why you have strings at all. you should be able to save and retrieve integers. it looks like you are saving a string when you should be saving an int? (sqlite is unusual amongst databases, in that it kind-of stores data in the same type as it is given, even if the table column type is different).

and once you start saving integers, you can also get the list back sorted from sqlite by adding order by ... to the sql command:

select temperature from temperatures order by temperature;

How to have the cp command create any necessary folders for copying a file to a destination

One can also use the command find:

find ./ -depth -print | cpio -pvd newdirpathname

How to monitor SQL Server table changes by using c#?

Be careful using SqlDependency class - it has problems with memory leaks.

Just use a cross-platform, .NET 3.5, .NET Core compatible and open source solution - SqlDependencyEx. You can get notifications as well as data that was changed (you can access it through properties in notification event object). You can also tack DELETE\UPDATE\INSERT operations separately or together.

Here is an example of how easy it is to use SqlDependencyEx:

int changesReceived = 0;
using (SqlDependencyEx sqlDependency = new SqlDependencyEx(
          TEST_CONNECTION_STRING, TEST_DATABASE_NAME, TEST_TABLE_NAME)) 
{
    sqlDependency.TableChanged += (o, e) => changesReceived++;
    sqlDependency.Start();

    // Make table changes.
    MakeTableInsertDeleteChanges(changesCount);

    // Wait a little bit to receive all changes.
    Thread.Sleep(1000);
}

Assert.AreEqual(changesCount, changesReceived);

Please follow the links for details. This component was tested in many enterprise-level applications and proven to be reliable. Hope this helps.

postgresql duplicate key violates unique constraint

In my case carate table script is:

CREATE TABLE public."Survey_symptom_binds"
(
    id integer NOT NULL DEFAULT nextval('"Survey_symptom_binds_id_seq"'::regclass),
    survey_id integer,
    "order" smallint,
    symptom_id integer,
    CONSTRAINT "Survey_symptom_binds_pkey" PRIMARY KEY (id)
)

SO:

SELECT nextval('"Survey_symptom_binds_id_seq"'::regclass),
       MAX(id) 
  FROM public."Survey_symptom_binds"; 
  
SELECT nextval('"Survey_symptom_binds_id_seq"'::regclass) less than MAX(id) !!!

Try to fix the proble:

SELECT setval('"Survey_symptom_binds_id_seq"', (SELECT MAX(id) FROM public."Survey_symptom_binds")+1);

Good Luck every one!

Python 2.7.10 error "from urllib.request import urlopen" no module named request

For now, it seems that I could get over that by adding a ? after the URL.

How to use BeanUtils.copyProperties?

There are two BeanUtils.copyProperties(parameter1, parameter2) in Java.

One is

org.apache.commons.beanutils.BeanUtils.copyProperties(Object dest, Object orig)

Another is

org.springframework.beans.BeanUtils.copyProperties(Object source, Object target)

Pay attention to the opposite position of parameters.

Print number of keys in Redis

eval "local count = redis.call('scan', 0, 'match', 'key:*:key', 'count', 10000) if count ~= 0 then return #count[2] end " 0

eval "local count = redis.call('sscan', 'key.key:all', 0, 'match', '*', 'count', 1000000) if count ~= 0 then return #count[2] end " 0

How do I deal with corrupted Git object files?

Recovering from Repository Corruption is the official answer.

The really short answer is: find uncorrupted objects and copy them.

Pytorch reshape tensor dimension

Use torch.unsqueeze(input, dim, out=None)

>>> import torch
>>> a = torch.Tensor([1,2,3,4,5])
>>> a

 1
 2
 3
 4
 5
[torch.FloatTensor of size 5]

>>> a = a.unsqueeze(0)
>>> a

 1  2  3  4  5
[torch.FloatTensor of size 1x5]

Check if multiple strings exist in another string

You should be careful if the strings in a or str gets longer. The straightforward solutions take O(S*(A^2)), where S is the length of str and A is the sum of the lenghts of all strings in a. For a faster solution, look at Aho-Corasick algorithm for string matching, which runs in linear time O(S+A).

htaccess - How to force the client's browser to clear the cache?

Now the following wont help you with files that are already cached, but moving forward, you can use the following to easily force a request to get something new, without changing the actual filename.

# Rewrite all requests for JS and CSS files to files of the same name, without
# any numbers in them. This lets the JS and CSS be force out of cache easily
# by putting a number at the end of the filename
# e.g. a request for static/js/site-52.js will get the file static/js/site.js instead.
<IfModule mod_rewrite.c>
  RewriteEngine on
  RewriteRule ^static/(js|css)/([a-z]+)-([0-9]+)\.(js|css)$ /site/$1/$2.$4 [R=302,NC,L]
</IfModule>

Of course, the higher up in your folder structure you do this type of approach, the more you kick things out of cache with a simple change.

So for example, if you store the entire css and javascript of your site in one main folder

/assets/js
/assets/css
/assets/...

Then you can could start referencing it as "assets-XXX" in your html, and use a rule like so to kick all assets content out of cache.

<IfModule mod_rewrite.c>
  RewriteEngine on
  RewriteRule ^assets-([a-z0-9]+)/(.*) /$2 [R=302,NC,L]
</IfModule> 

Note that if you do go with this, after you have it working, change the 302 to a 301, and then caching will kick in. When it's a 302 it wont cache at the browser level because it's a temporary redirect. If you do it this way, then you could bump up the expiry default time to 30 days for all assets, since you can easily kick things out of cache by simply changing the folder name in the login page.

<IfModule mod_expires.c>
  ExpiresActive on
  ExpiresDefault A2592000
</IfModule>

How to rename a class and its corresponding file in Eclipse?

You can rename classes or any file by hitting F2 on the filename in Eclipse. It will ask you if you want to update references. It's really as easy as that :)

How to use multiprocessing pool.map with multiple arguments?

Another simple alternative is to wrap your function parameters in a tuple and then wrap the parameters that should be passed in tuples as well. This is perhaps not ideal when dealing with large pieces of data. I believe it would make copies for each tuple.

from multiprocessing import Pool

def f((a,b,c,d)):
    print a,b,c,d
    return a + b + c +d

if __name__ == '__main__':
    p = Pool(10)
    data = [(i+0,i+1,i+2,i+3) for i in xrange(10)]
    print(p.map(f, data))
    p.close()
    p.join()

Gives the output in some random order:

0 1 2 3
1 2 3 4
2 3 4 5
3 4 5 6
4 5 6 7
5 6 7 8
7 8 9 10
6 7 8 9
8 9 10 11
9 10 11 12
[6, 10, 14, 18, 22, 26, 30, 34, 38, 42]

Docker - a way to give access to a host USB or serial device?

There are a couple of options. You can use the --device flag that use can use to access USB devices without --privileged mode:

docker run -t -i --device=/dev/ttyUSB0 ubuntu bash

Alternatively, assuming your USB device is available with drivers working, etc. on the host in /dev/bus/usb, you can mount this in the container using privileged mode and the volumes option. For example:

docker run -t -i --privileged -v /dev/bus/usb:/dev/bus/usb ubuntu bash

Note that as the name implies, --privileged is insecure and should be handled with care.

angularjs getting previous route path

This alternative also provides a back function.

The template:

<a ng-click='back()'>Back</a>

The module:

myModule.run(function ($rootScope, $location) {

    var history = [];

    $rootScope.$on('$routeChangeSuccess', function() {
        history.push($location.$$path);
    });

    $rootScope.back = function () {
        var prevUrl = history.length > 1 ? history.splice(-2)[0] : "/";
        $location.path(prevUrl);
    };

});

Test if a string contains a word in PHP?

Use strpos. If the string is not found it returns false, otherwise something that is not false. Be sure to use a type-safe comparison (===) as 0 may be returned and it is a falsy value:

if (strpos($string, $substring) === false) {
    // substring is not found in string
}

if (strpos($string, $substring2) !== false) {
    // substring2 is found in string
}

Setting width as a percentage using jQuery

Hemnath

If your variable is the percentage:

var myWidth = 70;
$('div#somediv').width(myWidth + '%');

If your variable is in pixels, and you want the percentage it take up of the parent:

var myWidth = 140;
var myPercentage = (myWidth / $('div#somediv').parent().width()) * 100;
$('div#somediv').width(myPercentage + '%');

SQL Query to fetch data from the last 30 days?

Try this : Using this you can select data from last 30 days

SELECT
    *
FROM
    product
WHERE
    purchase_date > DATE_SUB(CURDATE(), INTERVAL 1 MONTH)

How do I get the max and min values from a set of numbers entered?

System.out.print("Enter a Value: ");
val = s.nextInt();

This line is placed in last.The whole code is as follows:-

public static void main(String[] args){
    int min, max;

    Scanner s = new Scanner(System.in);
    System.out.print("Enter a Value: ");
    int val = s.nextInt();
    min = max = val;

    while (val != 0) {
        if (val < min) {
            min = val;
        }
        if (val > max) {
            max = val;
        }
        System.out.print("Enter a Value: ");
        val = s.nextInt();

    }
    System.out.println("Min: " + min);
    System.out.println("Max: " + max);
}

Communication between tabs or windows

Checkout AcrossTabs - Easy communication between cross-origin browser tabs. It uses a combination of postMessage and sessionStorage API to make communication much easier and reliable.


There are different approaches and each one has its own advantages and disadvantages. Lets discuss each:

  1. LocalStorage

    Pros:

    1. Web storage can be viewed simplistically as an improvement on cookies, providing much greater storage capacity. If you look at the Mozilla source code we can see that 5120KB (5MB which equals 2.5 Million chars on Chrome) is the default storage size for an entire domain. This gives you considerably more space to work with than a typical 4KB cookie.
    2. The data is not sent back to the server for every HTTP request (HTML, images, JavaScript, CSS, etc) - reducing the amount of traffic between client and server.
    3. The data stored in localStorage persists until explicitly deleted. Changes made are saved and available for all current and future visits to the site.

    Cons:

    1. It works on same-origin policy. So, data stored will only be able available on the same origin.
  2. Cookies

    Pros:

    1. Compared to others, there's nothing AFAIK.

    Cons:

    1. The 4K limit is for the entire cookie, including name, value, expiry date etc. To support most browsers, keep the name under 4000 bytes, and the overall cookie size under 4093 bytes.
    2. The data is sent back to the server for every HTTP request (HTML, images, JavaScript, CSS, etc) - increasing the amount of traffic between client and server.

      Typically, the following are allowed:

      • 300 cookies in total
      • 4096 bytes per cookie
      • 20 cookies per domain
      • 81920 bytes per domain(Given 20 cookies of max size 4096 = 81920 bytes.)
  3. sessionStorage

    Pros:

    1. It is similar to localStorage.
    2. Changes are only available per window (or tab in browsers like Chrome and Firefox). Changes made are saved and available for the current page, as well as future visits to the site on the same window. Once the window is closed, the storage is deleted

    Cons:

    1. The data is available only inside the window/tab in which it was set.
    2. The data is not persistent i.e. it will be lost once the window/tab is closed.
    3. Like localStorage, tt works on same-origin policy. So, data stored will only be able available on the same origin.
  4. PostMessage

    Pros:

    1. Safely enables cross-origin communication.
    2. As a data point, the WebKit implementation (used by Safari and Chrome) doesn't currently enforce any limits (other than those imposed by running out of memory).

    Cons:

    1. Need to open a window from the current window and then can communicate only as long as you keep the windows open.
    2. Security concerns - Sending strings via postMessage is that you will pick up other postMessage events published by other JavaScript plugins, so be sure to implement a targetOrigin and a sanity check for the data being passed on to the messages listener.
  5. A combination of PostMessage + SessionStorage

    Using postMessage to communicate between multiple tabs and at the same time using sessionStorage in all the newly opened tabs/windows to persist data being passed. Data will be persisted as long as the tabs/windows remain opened. So, even if the opener tab/window gets closed, the opened tabs/windows will have the entire data even after getting refreshed.

I have written a JavaScript library for this, named AcrossTabs which uses postMessage API to communicate between cross-origin tabs/windows and sessionStorage to persist the opened tabs/windows identity as long as they live.

Django DB Settings 'Improperly Configured' Error

You can't just fire up Python and check things, Django doesn't know what project you want to work on. You have to do one of these things:

  • Use python manage.py shell
  • Use django-admin.py shell --settings=mysite.settings (or whatever settings module you use)
  • Set DJANGO_SETTINGS_MODULE environment variable in your OS to mysite.settings
  • (This is removed in Django 1.6) Use setup_environ in the python interpreter:

    from django.core.management import setup_environ
    from mysite import settings
    
    setup_environ(settings)
    

Naturally, the first way is the easiest.

Using the "With Clause" SQL Server 2008

Just a poke, but here's another way to write FizzBuzz :) 100 rows is enough to show the WITH statement, I reckon.

;WITH t100 AS (
 SELECT n=number
 FROM master..spt_values
 WHERE type='P' and number between 1 and 100
)                
 SELECT
    ISNULL(NULLIF(
    CASE WHEN n % 3 = 0 THEN 'Fizz' Else '' END +
    CASE WHEN n % 5 = 0 THEN 'Buzz' Else '' END, ''), RIGHT(n,3))
 FROM t100

But the real power behind WITH (known as Common Table Expression http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/ms190766.aspx "CTE") in SQL Server 2005 and above is the Recursion, as below where the table is built up through iterations adding to the virtual-table each time.

;WITH t100 AS (
 SELECT n=1
 union all
 SELECT n+1
 FROM t100
 WHERE n < 100
)                
 SELECT
    ISNULL(NULLIF(
    CASE WHEN n % 3 = 0 THEN 'Fizz' Else '' END +
    CASE WHEN n % 5 = 0 THEN 'Buzz' Else '' END, ''), RIGHT(n,3))
 FROM t100

To run a similar query in all database, you can use the undocumented sp_msforeachdb. It has been mentioned in another answer, but it is sp_msforeachdb, not sp_foreachdb.

Be careful when using it though, as some things are not what you expect. Consider this example

exec sp_msforeachdb 'select count(*) from sys.objects'

Instead of the counts of objects within each DB, you will get the SAME count reported, begin that of the current DB. To get around this, always "use" the database first. Note the square brackets to qualify multi-word database names.

exec sp_msforeachdb 'use [?]; select count(*) from sys.objects'

For your specific query about populating a tally table, you can use something like the below. Not sure about the DATE column, so this tally table has only the DBNAME and IMG_COUNT columns, but hope it helps you.

create table #tbl (dbname sysname, img_count int);

exec sp_msforeachdb '
use [?];
if object_id(''tbldoc'') is not null
insert #tbl
select ''?'', count(*) from tbldoc'

select * from #tbl

Difference between onStart() and onResume()

onStart() means Activity entered into visible state and layout is created but can't interact with this activity layout.

Resume() means now you can do interaction with activity layout.

How to access a DOM element in React? What is the equilvalent of document.getElementById() in React

For getting the element in react you need to use ref and inside the function you can use the ReactDOM.findDOMNode method.

But what I like to do more is to call the ref right inside the event

<input type="text" ref={ref => this.myTextInput = ref} />

This is some good link to help you figure out.

PostgreSQL 'NOT IN' and subquery

When using NOT IN, you should also consider NOT EXISTS, which handles the null cases silently. See also PostgreSQL Wiki

SELECT mac, creation_date 
FROM logs lo
WHERE logs_type_id=11
AND NOT EXISTS (
  SELECT *
  FROM consols nx
  WHERE nx.mac = lo.mac
  );

Date vs DateTime

You could try one of the following:

DateTime.Now.ToLongDateString();
DateTime.Now.ToShortDateString();

But there is no "Date" type in the BCL.

How to handle an IF STATEMENT in a Mustache template?

In general, you use the # syntax:

{{#a_boolean}}
  I only show up if the boolean was true.
{{/a_boolean}}

The goal is to move as much logic as possible out of the template (which makes sense).

ASP.NET MVC3 - textarea with @Html.EditorFor

@Html.TextAreaFor(model => model.Text)

Can I have multiple Xcode versions installed?

Note that if you use the xcodebuild command line tool, then the last version of Xcode installed will become the default version. (A symbolic link is installed in /usr/bin.) To use the xcodebuild for the other versions of Xcode you'll need to use the version in the (xcode_install_directory)/usr/bin directory.

note To switch between different versions of the Xcode command-line tools, use the xcode-select tool mentioned by other commenters.

console.log not working in Angular2 Component (Typescript)

Also try to update your browser because Angular need latest browser. check: https://angular.io/guide/browser-support

I fixed console.log issue after updating latest browser.

Linux configure/make, --prefix?

In my situation, --prefix= failed to update the path correctly under some warnings or failures. please see the below link for the answer. https://stackoverflow.com/a/50208379/1283198

How to implement a SQL like 'LIKE' operator in java?

Ok this is a bit of a weird solution, but I thought it should still be mentioned.

Instead of recreating the like mechanism we can utilize the existing implementation already available in any database!

(Only requirement is, your application must have access to any database).

Just run a very simple query each time,that returns true or false depending on the result of the like's comparison. Then execute the query, and read the answer directly from the database!

For Oracle db:

SELECT
CASE 
     WHEN 'StringToSearch' LIKE 'LikeSequence' THEN 'true'
     ELSE 'false'
 END test
FROM dual 

For MS SQL Server

SELECT
CASE 
     WHEN 'StringToSearch' LIKE 'LikeSequence' THEN 'true'
     ELSE 'false'
END test

All you have to do is replace "StringToSearch" and "LikeSequence" with bind parameters and set the values you want to check.

Get the element with the highest occurrence in an array

There have been some developments in javascript since 2009 - I thought I'd add another option. I'm less concerned with efficiency until it's actually a problem so my definition of "elegant" code (as stipulated by the OP) favours readability - which is of course subjective...

function mode(arr){
    return arr.sort((a,b) =>
          arr.filter(v => v===a).length
        - arr.filter(v => v===b).length
    ).pop();
}

mode(['pear', 'apple', 'orange', 'apple']); // apple

In this particular example, should two or more elements of the set have equal occurrences then the one that appears latest in the array will be returned. It's also worth pointing out that it will modify your original array - which can be prevented if you wish with an Array.slice call beforehand.


Edit: updated the example with some ES6 fat arrows because 2015 happened and I think they look pretty... If you are concerned with backwards compatibility you can find this in the revision history.

Eclipse compilation error: The hierarchy of the type 'Class name' is inconsistent

In my case, the import references in many of the classes contained an extra word. I solved it by editing all the files to have the correct imports. I started doing the edits manually. But when I saw the pattern, I automated it with a find..replace in eclipse. This resolved the error.

jQuery preventDefault() not triggered

Update

And there's your problem - you do have to click event handlers for some a elements. In this case, the order in which you attach the handlers matters since they'll be fired in that order.

Here's a working fiddle that shows the behaviour you want.

This should be your code:

$(document).ready(function(){


    $('#tabs div.tab').hide();
    $('#tabs div.tab:first').show();
    $('#tabs ul li:first').addClass('active');

    $("div.subtab_left li.notebook a").click(function(e) {
        e.stopImmediatePropagation();
        alert("asdasdad");
        return false;
    });

    $('#tabs ul li a').click(function(){
        alert("Handling link click");
        $('#tabs ul li').removeClass('active');
        $(this).parent().addClass('active');
        var currentTab = $(this).attr('href');
        $('#tabs div.tab').hide();
        $(currentTab).show();
        return false;
    });

});

Note that the order of attaching the handlers has been exchanged and e.stopImmediatePropagation() is used to stop the other click handler from firing while return false is used to stop the default behaviour of following the link (as well as stopping the bubbling of the event. You may find that you need to use only e.stopPropagation).

Play around with this, if you remove the e.stopImmediatePropagation() you'll find that the second click handler's alert will fire after the first alert. Removing the return false will have no effect on this behaviour but will cause links to be followed by the browser.

Note

A better fix might be to ensure that the selectors return completely different sets of elements so there is no overlap but this might not always be possible in which case the solution described above might be one way to consider.


  1. I don't see why your first code snippet would not work. What's the default action that you're seeing that you want to stop?

    If you've attached other event handlers to the link, you should look into event.stopPropagation() and event.stopImmediatePropagation() instead. Note that return false is equivalent to calling both event.preventDefault and event.stopPropagation()ref

  2. In your second code snippet, e is not defined. So an error would thrown at e.preventDefault() and the next lines never execute. In other words

    $("div.subtab_left li.notebook a").click(function() {
        e.preventDefault();
        alert("asdasdad");
        return false;   
    });
    

    should be

    //note the e declared in the function parameters now
    $("div.subtab_left li.notebook a").click(function(e) {
        e.preventDefault();
        alert("asdasdad");
        return false;   
    });
    

Here's a working example showing that this code indeed does work and that return false is not really required if you only want to stop the following of a link.

How do you update a DateTime field in T-SQL?

Is there maybe a trigger on the table setting it back?

jQuery find events handlers registered with an object

You can do it by crawling the events (as of jQuery 1.8+), like this:

$.each($._data($("#id")[0], "events"), function(i, event) {
  // i is the event type, like "click"
  $.each(event, function(j, h) {
    // h.handler is the function being called
  });
});

Here's an example you can play with:

_x000D_
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$(function() {_x000D_
  $("#el").click(function(){ alert("click"); });_x000D_
  $("#el").mouseover(function(){ alert("mouseover"); });_x000D_
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  $.each($._data($("#el")[0], "events"), function(i, event) {_x000D_
    output(i);_x000D_
    $.each(event, function(j, h) {_x000D_
        output("- " + h.handler);_x000D_
    });_x000D_
  });_x000D_
});_x000D_
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function output(text) {_x000D_
    $("#output").html(function(i, h) {_x000D_
        return h + text + "<br />";_x000D_
    });_x000D_
}
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<script src="https://cdnjs.cloudflare.com/ajax/libs/jquery/3.3.1/jquery.min.js"></script>_x000D_
<div id="el">Test</div>_x000D_
<code>_x000D_
    <span id="output"></span>_x000D_
</code>
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Convert String (UTF-16) to UTF-8 in C#

    private static string Utf16ToUtf8(string utf16String)
    {
        /**************************************************************
         * Every .NET string will store text with the UTF16 encoding, *
         * known as Encoding.Unicode. Other encodings may exist as    *
         * Byte-Array or incorrectly stored with the UTF16 encoding.  *
         *                                                            *
         * UTF8 = 1 bytes per char                                    *
         *    ["100" for the ansi 'd']                                *
         *    ["206" and "186" for the russian '?']                   *
         *                                                            *
         * UTF16 = 2 bytes per char                                   *
         *    ["100, 0" for the ansi 'd']                             *
         *    ["186, 3" for the russian '?']                          *
         *                                                            *
         * UTF8 inside UTF16                                          *
         *    ["100, 0" for the ansi 'd']                             *
         *    ["206, 0" and "186, 0" for the russian '?']             *
         *                                                            *
         * We can use the convert encoding function to convert an     *
         * UTF16 Byte-Array to an UTF8 Byte-Array. When we use UTF8   *
         * encoding to string method now, we will get a UTF16 string. *
         *                                                            *
         * So we imitate UTF16 by filling the second byte of a char   *
         * with a 0 byte (binary 0) while creating the string.        *
         **************************************************************/

        // Get UTF16 bytes and convert UTF16 bytes to UTF8 bytes
        byte[] utf16Bytes = Encoding.Unicode.GetBytes(utf16String);
        byte[] utf8Bytes = Encoding.Convert(Encoding.Unicode, Encoding.UTF8, utf16Bytes);
        char[] chars = (char[])Array.CreateInstance(typeof(char), utf8Bytes.Length);

        for (int i = 0; i < utf8Bytes.Length; i++)
        {
            chars[i] = BitConverter.ToChar(new byte[2] { utf8Bytes[i], 0 }, 0);
        }

        // Return UTF8
        return new String(chars);
    }

In the original post author concatenated strings. Every sting operation will result in string recreation in .Net. String is effectively a reference type. As a result, the function provided will be visibly slow. Don't do that. Use array of chars instead, write there directly and then convert result to string. In my case of processing 500 kb of text difference is almost 5 minutes.

Correctly ignore all files recursively under a specific folder except for a specific file type

This might look stupid, but check if you haven't already added the folder/files you are trying to ignore to the index before. If you did, it does not matter what you put in your .gitignore file, the folders/files will still be staged.

Best way to test for a variable's existence in PHP; isset() is clearly broken

As an addition to greatbigmassive's discussion of what NULL means, consider what "the existence of a variable" actually means.

In many languages, you have to explicitly declare every variable before you use it; this may determine its type, but more importantly it declares its scope. A variable "exists" everywhere in its scope, and nowhere outside it - be that a whole function, or a single "block".

Within its scope, a variable assigns some meaning to a label which you, the programmer, have chosen. Outside its scope, that label is meaningless (whether you use the same label in a different scope is basically irrelevant).

In PHP, variables do not need to be declared - they come to life as soon as you need them. When you write to a variable for the first time, PHP allocates an entry in memory for that variable. If you read from a variable that doesn't currently have an entry, PHP considers that variable to have the value NULL.

However, automatic code quality detectors will generally warn you if you use a variable without "initialising" it first. Firstly, this helps detect typos, such as assigning to $thingId but reading from $thing_id; but secondly, it forces you to consider the scope over which that variable has meaning, just as a declaration would.

Any code that cares whether a variable "exists" is part of the scope of that variable - whether or not it has been initialised, you as a programmer have given that label meaning at that point of the code. Since you're using it, it must in some sense "exist", and if it exists, it must have an implicit value; in PHP, that implicit value is null.

Because of the way PHP works, it is possible to write code that treats the namespace of existent variables not as a scope of labels you have given meaning to, but as some kind of key-value store. You can, for instance, run code like this: $var = $_GET['var_name']; $$var = $_GET['var_value'];. Just because you can, doesn't mean it's a good idea.

It turns out, PHP has a much better way of representing key-value stores, called associative arrays. And although the values of an array can be treated like variables, you can also perform operations on the array as a whole. If you have an associative array, you can test if it contains a key using array_key_exists().

You can also use objects in a similar way, dynamically setting properties, in which case you can use property_exists() in exactly the same way. Of course, if you define a class, you can declare which properties it has - you can even choose between public, private, and protected scope.

Although there is a technical difference between a variable (as opposed to an array key, or an object property) that hasn't been initialised (or that has been explicitly unset()) and one whose value is null, any code that considers that difference to be meaningful is using variables in a way they're not meant to be used.

SQL Server NOLOCK and joins

I was pretty sure that you need to specify the NOLOCK for each JOIN in the query. But my experience was limited to SQL Server 2005.

When I looked up MSDN just to confirm, I couldn't find anything definite. The below statements do seem to make me think, that for 2008, your two statements above are equivalent though for 2005 it is not the case:

[SQL Server 2008 R2]

All lock hints are propagated to all the tables and views that are accessed by the query plan, including tables and views referenced in a view. Also, SQL Server performs the corresponding lock consistency checks.

[SQL Server 2005]

In SQL Server 2005, all lock hints are propagated to all the tables and views that are referenced in a view. Also, SQL Server performs the corresponding lock consistency checks.

Additionally, point to note - and this applies to both 2005 and 2008:

The table hints are ignored if the table is not accessed by the query plan. This may be caused by the optimizer choosing not to access the table at all, or because an indexed view is accessed instead. In the latter case, accessing an indexed view can be prevented by using the OPTION (EXPAND VIEWS) query hint.

Remove CSS from a Div using JQuery

You can remove inline properties this way:

$(selector).css({'property':'', 'property':''});

For example:

$(actpar).css({'top':'', 'opacity':''});

This is essentially mentioned above, and it definitely does the trick.

BTW, this is useful in instances such as when you need to clear a state after animation. Sure I could write a half dozen classes to deal with this, or I could use my base class and #id do some math, and clear the inline style that the animation applies.

$(actpar).animate({top:0, opacity:1, duration:500}, function() {
   $(this).css({'top':'', 'opacity':''});
});

SQL Server IN vs. EXISTS Performance

To optimize the EXISTS, be very literal; something just has to be there, but you don't actually need any data returned from the correlated sub-query. You're just evaluating a Boolean condition.

So:

WHERE EXISTS (SELECT TOP 1 1 FROM Base WHERE bx.BoxID = Base.BoxID AND [Rank] = 2)

Because the correlated sub-query is RBAR, the first result hit makes the condition true, and it is processed no further.

What is a Maven artifact?

Usually, when you create a Java project you want to use functionalities made in another Java projects. For example, if your project wants to send one email you dont need to create all the necessary code for doing that. You can bring a java library that does the most part of the work. Maven is a building tool that will help you in several tasks. One of those tasks is to bring these external dependencies or artifacts to your project in an automatic way ( only with some configuration in a XML file ). Of course Maven has more details but, for your question this is enough. And, of course too, Maven can build your project as an artifact (usually a jar file ) that can be used or imported in other projects.

This website has several articles talking about Maven :

https://connected2know.com/programming/what-is-maven/

https://connected2know.com/programming/maven-configuration/

How to name and retrieve a stash by name in git?

This is one way to accomplish this using PowerShell:

<#
.SYNOPSIS
Restores (applies) a previously saved stash based on full or partial stash name.

.DESCRIPTION
Restores (applies) a previously saved stash based on full or partial stash name and then optionally drops the stash. Can be used regardless of whether "git stash save" was done or just "git stash". If no stash matches a message is given. If multiple stashes match a message is given along with matching stash info.

.PARAMETER message
A full or partial stash message name (see right side output of "git stash list"). Can also be "@stash{N}" where N is 0 based stash index.

.PARAMETER drop
If -drop is specified, the matching stash is dropped after being applied.

.EXAMPLE
Restore-Stash "Readme change"
Apply-Stash MyStashName
Apply-Stash MyStashName -drop
Apply-Stash "stash@{0}"
#>
function Restore-Stash  {
    [CmdletBinding()]
    [Alias("Apply-Stash")]
    PARAM (
        [Parameter(Mandatory=$true)] $message,         
        [switch]$drop
    )

    $stashId = $null

    if ($message -match "stash@{") {
        $stashId = $message
    }

    if (!$stashId) {
        $matches = git stash list | Where-Object { $_ -match $message }

        if (!$matches) {
            Write-Warning "No stashes found with message matching '$message' - check git stash list"
            return
        }

        if ($matches.Count -gt 1) {
            Write-Warning "Found $($matches.Count) matches for '$message'. Refine message or pass 'stash{@N}' to this function or git stash apply"
            return $matches
        }

        $parts = $matches -split ':'
        $stashId = $parts[0]
    }

    git stash apply ''$stashId''

    if ($drop) {
        git stash drop ''$stashId''
    }
}

More details here

Nginx upstream prematurely closed connection while reading response header from upstream, for large requests

Problem

The upstream server is timing out and I don't what is happening.

Where to Look first before increasing read or write timeout if your server is connecting to a database

Server is connecting to a database and that connection is working just fine and within sane response time, and its not the one causing this delay in server response time.

make sure that connection state is not causing a cascading failure on your upstream

Then you can move to look at the read and write timeout configurations of the server and proxy.

Meaning of tilde in Linux bash (not home directory)

Are they the home directories of users in /etc/passwd? Services like postgres, sendmail, apache, etc., create system users that have home directories just like normal users.

What is "Linting"?

Lint was the name of a program that would go through your C code and identify problems before you compiled, linked, and ran it. It was a static checker, much like FindBugs today for Java.

Like Google, "lint" became a verb that meant static checking your source code.

How to connect to LocalDB in Visual Studio Server Explorer?

In Visual Studio 2012 all I had to do was enter:

(localdb)\v11.0

Visual Studio 2015 and Visual Studio 2017 changed to:

(localdb)\MSSQLLocalDB

as the server name when adding a Microsoft SQL Server Data source in:

View/Server Explorer/(Right click) Data Connections/Add Connection

and then the database names were populated. I didn't need to do all the other steps in the accepted answer, although it would be nice if the server name was available automatically in the server name combo box.

You can also browse the LocalDB database names available on your machine using:

View/SQL Server Object Explorer.

Maven plugins can not be found in IntelliJ

In my case, there were two slightly different dependences (version 2.1 vs 2.0) in two maven sub-modules. After I switched to a single version the error has gone in IDEA 14. (Refresh and .m2 swipe didn't help.)

Combine multiple results in a subquery into a single comma-separated value

SELECT t.ID, 
       t.NAME, 
       (SELECT t1.SOMECOLUMN 
        FROM   TABLEB t1 
        WHERE  t1.F_ID = T.TABLEA.ID) 
FROM   TABLEA t; 

This will work for selecting from different table using sub query.

Open popup and refresh parent page on close popup

The pop-up window does not have any close event that you can listen to.

On the other hand, there is a closed property that is set to true when the window gets closed.

You can set a timer to check that closed property and do it like this:

var win = window.open('foo.html', 'windowName',"width=200,height=200,scrollbars=no");   
var timer = setInterval(function() {   
    if(win.closed) {  
        clearInterval(timer);  
        alert('closed');  
    }  
}, 1000); 

See this working Fiddle example!

Getting PEAR to work on XAMPP (Apache/MySQL stack on Windows)

On Windows use the Xampp shell (there is a 'Shell' button in your XAMPP control panel)

then

cd php\pear

to go to 'C:\xampp\php\pear'

then type

pear

Use dynamic variable names in `dplyr`

In the new release of dplyr (0.6.0 awaiting in April 2017), we can also do an assignment (:=) and pass variables as column names by unquoting (!!) to not evaluate it

 library(dplyr)
 multipetalN <- function(df, n){
      varname <- paste0("petal.", n)
      df %>%
         mutate(!!varname := Petal.Width * n)
 }

 data(iris)
 iris1 <- tbl_df(iris)
 iris2 <- tbl_df(iris)
 for(i in 2:5) {
     iris2 <- multipetalN(df=iris2, n=i)
 }   

Checking the output based on @MrFlick's multipetal applied on 'iris1'

identical(iris1, iris2)
#[1] TRUE

How can I execute Shell script in Jenkinsfile?

Previous answers are correct but here is one more way of doing this and some tips:

Option #1 Go to you Jenkins job and search for "add build step" and then just copy and paste your script there

Option #2 Go to Jenkins and do the same again "add build step" but this time put the fully qualified path for your script in there example : ./usr/somewhere/helloWorld.sh

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things to watch for /tips:

  • Environment variables, if your job is running at the same time then you need to worry about concurrency issues. One job may be setting the value of environment variables and the next may use the value or take some action based on that incorrectly.
  • Make sure all paths are fully qualified
  • Think about logging /var/log or somewhere so you would also have something to go to on the server (optional)
  • thing about space issue and permissions, running out of space and permission issues are very common in linux environment
  • Alerting and make sure your script/job fails the jenkin jobs when your script fails

How do I copy an object in Java?

Basic: Object Copying in Java.

Let us Assume an object- obj1, that contains two objects, containedObj1 and containedObj2.
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shallow copying:
shallow copying creates a new instance of the same class and copies all the fields to the new instance and returns it. Object class provides a clone method and provides support for the shallow copying.
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Deep copying:
A deep copy occurs when an object is copied along with the objects to which it refers. Below image shows obj1 after a deep copy has been performed on it. Not only has obj1 been copied, but the objects contained within it have been copied as well. We can use Java Object Serialization to make a deep copy. Unfortunately, this approach has some problems too(detailed examples).
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Possible Problems:
clone is tricky to implement correctly.
It's better to use Defensive copying, copy constructors(as @egaga reply) or static factory methods.

  1. If you have an object, that you know has a public clone() method, but you don’t know the type of the object at compile time, then you have problem. Java has an interface called Cloneable. In practice, we should implement this interface if we want to make an object Cloneable. Object.clone is protected, so we must override it with a public method in order for it to be accessible.
  2. Another problem arises when we try deep copying of a complex object. Assume that the clone() method of all member object variables also does deep copy, this is too risky of an assumption. You must control the code in all classes.

For example org.apache.commons.lang.SerializationUtils will have method for Deep clone using serialization(Source). If we need to clone Bean then there are couple of utility methods in org.apache.commons.beanutils (Source).

  • cloneBean will Clone a bean based on the available property getters and setters, even if the bean class itself does not implement Cloneable.
  • copyProperties will Copy property values from the origin bean to the destination bean for all cases where the property names are the same.

Is there a way that I can check if a data attribute exists?

I needed a simple boolean to work with. Because it's undefined of not present, and not false, I use the !! to convert to boolean:

var hasTimer = !!$("#dataTable").data('timer');
if( hasTimer ){ /* ....... */ }

An alternative solution would be using filter:

if( $("#dataTable").filter('[data-timer]').length!==0) { /* ....... */ }

Can an Android Toast be longer than Toast.LENGTH_LONG?

This text will disappear in 5 seconds.

    final Toast toast = Toast.makeText(getApplicationContext(), "My Text", Toast.LENGTH_SHORT);
    toast.show();

    Handler handler = new Handler();
        handler.postDelayed(new Runnable() {
           @Override
           public void run() {
               toast.cancel(); 
           }
    }, 5000); // Change to what you want

Edit: As Itai Spector in comment said it will be shown about 3.5 seconds, So use this code:

    int toastDuration = 5000; // in MilliSeconds
    Toast mToast = Toast.makeText(this, "My text", Toast.LENGTH_LONG);
    CountDownTimer countDownTimer;
    countDownTimer = new CountDownTimer(toastDuration, 1000) {
        public void onTick(long millisUntilFinished) {
            mToast.show();
        }

        public void onFinish() {
            mToast.cancel();
        }
    };

    mToast.show();
    countDownTimer.start();

Reading file contents on the client-side in javascript in various browsers

Happy coding!
If you get an error on Internet Explorer, Change the security settings to allow ActiveX

var CallBackFunction = function(content) {
  alert(content);
}
ReadFileAllBrowsers(document.getElementById("file_upload"), CallBackFunction);
//Tested in Mozilla Firefox browser, Chrome
function ReadFileAllBrowsers(FileElement, CallBackFunction) {
  try {
    var file = FileElement.files[0];
    var contents_ = "";

    if (file) {
      var reader = new FileReader();
      reader.readAsText(file, "UTF-8");
      reader.onload = function(evt) {
        CallBackFunction(evt.target.result);
      }
      reader.onerror = function(evt) {
        alert("Error reading file");
      }
    }
  } catch (Exception) {
    var fall_back = ieReadFile(FileElement.value);
    if (fall_back != false) {
      CallBackFunction(fall_back);
    }
  }
}
///Reading files with Internet Explorer
function ieReadFile(filename) {
  try {
    var fso = new ActiveXObject("Scripting.FileSystemObject");
    var fh = fso.OpenTextFile(filename, 1);
    var contents = fh.ReadAll();
    fh.Close();
    return contents;
  } catch (Exception) {
    alert(Exception);
    return false;
  }
}

How to delete the top 1000 rows from a table using Sql Server 2008?

I agree with the Hamed elahi and Glorfindel.

My suggestion to add is you can delete and update using aliases

/* 
  given a table bi_customer_actions
  with a field bca_delete_flag of tinyint or bit
    and a field bca_add_date of datetime

  note: the *if 1=1* structure allows me to fold them and turn them on and off
 */
declare
        @Nrows int = 1000

if 1=1 /* testing the inner select */
begin
  select top (@Nrows) * 
    from bi_customer_actions
    where bca_delete_flag = 1
    order by bca_add_date
end

if 1=1 /* delete or update or select */
begin
  --select bca.*
  --update bca  set bca_delete_flag = 0
  delete bca
    from (
      select top (@Nrows) * 
        from bi_customer_actions
        where bca_delete_flag = 1
        order by bca_add_date
    ) as bca
end 

How to find nth occurrence of character in a string?

//scala

// throw's -1 if the value isn't present for nth time, even if it is present till n-1 th time. // throw's index if the value is present for nth time

def indexOfWithNumber(tempString:String,valueString:String,numberOfOccurance:Int):Int={
var stabilizeIndex=0 
var tempSubString=tempString 
var tempIndex=tempString.indexOf(valueString) 
breakable
{
for ( i <- 1 to numberOfOccurance)
if ((tempSubString.indexOf(valueString) != -1) && (tempIndex != -1))
{
tempIndex=tempSubString.indexOf(valueString)
tempSubString=tempSubString.substring(tempIndex+1,tempSubString.size) // ADJUSTING FOR 0
stabilizeIndex=stabilizeIndex+tempIndex+1 // ADJUSTING FOR 0
}
else
{ 
stabilizeIndex= -1
tempIndex= 0
break
}
}
stabilizeIndex match { case value if value <= -1 => -1 case _ => stabilizeIndex-1 } // reverting for adjusting 0 previously
}


indexOfWithNumber("bbcfgtbgft","b",3) // 6
indexOfWithNumber("bbcfgtbgft","b",2) //1
indexOfWithNumber("bbcfgtbgft","b",4) //-1

indexOfWithNumber("bbcfgtbcgft","bc",1)  //1
indexOfWithNumber("bbcfgtbcgft","bc",4) //-1
indexOfWithNumber("bbcfgtbcgft","bc",2) //6

Replace spaces with dashes and make all letters lower-case

@CMS's answer is just fine, but I want to note that you can use this package: https://github.com/sindresorhus/slugify, which does it for you and covers many edge cases (i.e., German umlauts, Vietnamese, Arabic, Russian, Romanian, Turkish, etc.).

Quick way to retrieve user information Active Directory

You can call UserPrincipal.FindByIdentity inside System.DirectoryServices.AccountManagement:

using System.DirectoryServices.AccountManagement;

using (var pc = new PrincipalContext(ContextType.Domain, "MyDomainName"))
{
    var user = UserPrincipal.FindByIdentity(pc, IdentityType.SamAccountName, "MyDomainName\\" + userName);
}

Change image size with JavaScript

Changing an image is easy, but how do you change it back to the original size after it has been changed? You may try this to change all images in a document back to the original size:

var i,L=document.images.length;
for(i=0;i<L;++i){
 document.images[i].style.height = 'auto'; //setting CSS value
 document.images[i].style.width = 'auto'; //setting CSS value
// document.images[i].height = ''; (don't need this, would be setting img.attribute)
// document.images[i].width = ''; (don't need this, would be setting img.attribute)
}

How do I get the Back Button to work with an AngularJS ui-router state machine?

After testing different proposals, I found that the easiest way is often the best.

If you use angular ui-router and that you need a button to go back best is this:

<button onclick="history.back()">Back</button>

or

<a onclick="history.back()>Back</a>

// Warning don't set the href or the path will be broken.

Explanation: Suppose a standard management application. Search object -> View object -> Edit object

Using the angular solutions From this state :

Search -> View -> Edit

To :

Search -> View

Well that's what we wanted except if now you click the browser back button you'll be there again :

Search -> View -> Edit

And that is not logical

However using the simple solution

<a onclick="history.back()"> Back </a>

from :

Search -> View -> Edit

after click on button :

Search -> View

after click on browser back button :

Search

Consistency is respected. :-)

Warning: require_once(): http:// wrapper is disabled in the server configuration by allow_url_include=0

You have to put the path to the file. For example:

require_once('../web/a.php');

You cannot get the file to require it from internet (with http protocol) it's restricted. The files must be on the same server. With Possibility to see each others (rights)

Dir-1 -
         > Folder-1 -> a.php
Dir-2 -
         > Folder-2 -> b.php

To include a.php inside b.php => require_once('../../Dir-1/Folder-1/a.php');
To include b.php inside a.php => require_once('../../Dir-2/Folder-2/b.php');

How to animate a View with Translate Animation in Android

In order to move a View anywhere on the screen, I would recommend placing it in a full screen layout. By doing so, you won't have to worry about clippings or relative coordinates.

You can try this sample code:

main.xml

<?xml version="1.0" encoding="utf-8"?>
<RelativeLayout xmlns:android="http://schemas.android.com/apk/res/android"
    android:layout_width="fill_parent"
    android:layout_height="fill_parent"
    android:orientation="vertical" android:id="@+id/rootLayout">

    <Button
        android:id="@+id/btn1"
        android:layout_width="wrap_content"
        android:layout_height="wrap_content"
        android:text="MOVE" android:layout_centerHorizontal="true"/>

    <ImageView
        android:id="@+id/img1"
        android:layout_width="wrap_content"
        android:layout_height="wrap_content"
        android:src="@drawable/ic_launcher" android:layout_marginLeft="10dip"/>
    <ImageView
        android:id="@+id/img2"
        android:layout_width="wrap_content"
        android:layout_height="wrap_content"
        android:src="@drawable/ic_launcher" android:layout_centerVertical="true" android:layout_alignParentRight="true"/>
    <ImageView
        android:id="@+id/img3"
        android:layout_width="wrap_content"
        android:layout_height="wrap_content"
        android:src="@drawable/ic_launcher" android:layout_marginLeft="60dip" android:layout_alignParentBottom="true" android:layout_marginBottom="100dip"/>

    <LinearLayout
        android:layout_width="fill_parent"
        android:layout_height="fill_parent"
        android:orientation="vertical" android:clipChildren="false" android:clipToPadding="false">

        <ImageView
            android:id="@+id/img4"
            android:layout_width="wrap_content"
            android:layout_height="wrap_content"
            android:src="@drawable/ic_launcher" android:layout_marginLeft="60dip" android:layout_marginTop="150dip"/>
    </LinearLayout>

</RelativeLayout>

Your activity

@Override
public void onCreate(Bundle savedInstanceState) {
    super.onCreate(savedInstanceState);
    setContentView(R.layout.main);

    ((Button) findViewById( R.id.btn1 )).setOnClickListener( new OnClickListener()
    {
        @Override
        public void onClick(View v)
        {
            ImageView img = (ImageView) findViewById( R.id.img1 );              
            moveViewToScreenCenter( img );
            img = (ImageView) findViewById( R.id.img2 );
            moveViewToScreenCenter( img );
            img = (ImageView) findViewById( R.id.img3 );                
            moveViewToScreenCenter( img );
            img = (ImageView) findViewById( R.id.img4 );
            moveViewToScreenCenter( img );
        }
    });
}

private void moveViewToScreenCenter( View view )
{
    RelativeLayout root = (RelativeLayout) findViewById( R.id.rootLayout );
    DisplayMetrics dm = new DisplayMetrics();
    this.getWindowManager().getDefaultDisplay().getMetrics( dm );
    int statusBarOffset = dm.heightPixels - root.getMeasuredHeight();

    int originalPos[] = new int[2];
    view.getLocationOnScreen( originalPos );

    int xDest = dm.widthPixels/2;
    xDest -= (view.getMeasuredWidth()/2);
    int yDest = dm.heightPixels/2 - (view.getMeasuredHeight()/2) - statusBarOffset;

    TranslateAnimation anim = new TranslateAnimation( 0, xDest - originalPos[0] , 0, yDest - originalPos[1] );
    anim.setDuration(1000);
    anim.setFillAfter( true );
    view.startAnimation(anim);
}

The method moveViewToScreenCenter gets the View's absolute coordinates and calculates how much distance has to move from its current position to reach the center of the screen. The statusBarOffset variable measures the status bar height.

I hope you can keep going with this example. Remember that after the animation your view's position is still the initial one. If you tap the MOVE button again and again the same movement will repeat. If you want to change your view's position do it after the animation is finished.

Getting the count of unique values in a column in bash

Perl

This code computes the occurrences of all columns, and prints a sorted report for each of them:

# columnvalues.pl
while (<>) {
    @Fields = split /\s+/;
    for $i ( 0 .. $#Fields ) {
        $result[$i]{$Fields[$i]}++
    };
}
for $j ( 0 .. $#result ) {
    print "column $j:\n";
    @values = keys %{$result[$j]};
    @sorted = sort { $result[$j]{$b} <=> $result[$j]{$a}  ||  $a cmp $b } @values;
    for $k ( @sorted ) {
        print " $k $result[$j]{$k}\n"
    }
}

Save the text as columnvalues.pl
Run it as: perl columnvalues.pl files*

Explanation

In the top-level while loop:
* Loop over each line of the combined input files
* Split the line into the @Fields array
* For every column, increment the result array-of-hashes data structure

In the top-level for loop:
* Loop over the result array
* Print the column number
* Get the values used in that column
* Sort the values by the number of occurrences
* Secondary sort based on the value (for example b vs g vs m vs z)
* Iterate through the result hash, using the sorted list
* Print the value and number of each occurrence

Results based on the sample input files provided by @Dennis

column 0:
 a 3
 z 3
 t 1
 v 1
 w 1
column 1:
 d 3
 r 2
 b 1
 g 1
 m 1
 z 1
column 2:
 c 4
 a 3
 e 2

.csv input

If your input files are .csv, change /\s+/ to /,/

Obfuscation

In an ugly contest, Perl is particularly well equipped.
This one-liner does the same:

perl -lane 'for $i (0..$#F){$g[$i]{$F[$i]}++};END{for $j (0..$#g){print "$j:";for $k (sort{$g[$j]{$b}<=>$g[$j]{$a}||$a cmp $b} keys %{$g[$j]}){print " $k $g[$j]{$k}"}}}' files*

XPath Query: get attribute href from a tag

For the following HTML document:

<html>
  <body>
    <a href="http://www.example.com">Example</a> 
    <a href="http://www.stackoverflow.com">SO</a> 
  </body>
</html>

The xpath query /html/body//a/@href (or simply //a/@href) will return:

    http://www.example.com
    http://www.stackoverflow.com

To select a specific instance use /html/body//a[N]/@href,

    $ /html/body//a[2]/@href
    http://www.stackoverflow.com

To test for strings contained in the attribute and return the attribute itself place the check on the tag not on the attribute:

    $ /html/body//a[contains(@href,'example')]/@href
    http://www.example.com

Mixing the two:

    $ /html/body//a[contains(@href,'com')][2]/@href
    http://www.stackoverflow.com

Fastest way to count exact number of rows in a very large table?

In a very large table for me,

SELECT COUNT(1) FROM TableLarge 

takes 37 seconds whereas

SELECT COUNT_BIG(1) FROM TableLarge

takes 4 seconds.

Getting individual colors from a color map in matplotlib

For completeness these are the cmap choices I encountered so far:

Accent, Accent_r, Blues, Blues_r, BrBG, BrBG_r, BuGn, BuGn_r, BuPu, BuPu_r, CMRmap, CMRmap_r, Dark2, Dark2_r, GnBu, GnBu_r, Greens, Greens_r, Greys, Greys_r, OrRd, OrRd_r, Oranges, Oranges_r, PRGn, PRGn_r, Paired, Paired_r, Pastel1, Pastel1_r, Pastel2, Pastel2_r, PiYG, PiYG_r, PuBu, PuBuGn, PuBuGn_r, PuBu_r, PuOr, PuOr_r, PuRd, PuRd_r, Purples, Purples_r, RdBu, RdBu_r, RdGy, RdGy_r, RdPu, RdPu_r, RdYlBu, RdYlBu_r, RdYlGn, RdYlGn_r, Reds, Reds_r, Set1, Set1_r, Set2, Set2_r, Set3, Set3_r, Spectral, Spectral_r, Wistia, Wistia_r, YlGn, YlGnBu, YlGnBu_r, YlGn_r, YlOrBr, YlOrBr_r, YlOrRd, YlOrRd_r, afmhot, afmhot_r, autumn, autumn_r, binary, binary_r, bone, bone_r, brg, brg_r, bwr, bwr_r, cividis, cividis_r, cool, cool_r, coolwarm, coolwarm_r, copper, copper_r, cubehelix, cubehelix_r, flag, flag_r, gist_earth, gist_earth_r, gist_gray, gist_gray_r, gist_heat, gist_heat_r, gist_ncar, gist_ncar_r, gist_rainbow, gist_rainbow_r, gist_stern, gist_stern_r, gist_yarg, gist_yarg_r, gnuplot, gnuplot2, gnuplot2_r, gnuplot_r, gray, gray_r, hot, hot_r, hsv, hsv_r, inferno, inferno_r, jet, jet_r, magma, magma_r, nipy_spectral, nipy_spectral_r, ocean, ocean_r, pink, pink_r, plasma, plasma_r, prism, prism_r, rainbow, rainbow_r, seismic, seismic_r, spring, spring_r, summer, summer_r, tab10, tab10_r, tab20, tab20_r, tab20b, tab20b_r, tab20c, tab20c_r, terrain, terrain_r, twilight, twilight_r, twilight_shifted, twilight_shifted_r, viridis, viridis_r, winter, winter_r

Truncate (not round) decimal places in SQL Server

Another truncate with no rounding solution and example.

    Convert 71.950005666 to a single decimal place number (71.9)
    1) 71.950005666 * 10.0 = 719.50005666
    2) Floor(719.50005666) = 719.0
    3) 719.0 / 10.0 = 71.9

    select Floor(71.950005666 * 10.0) / 10.0

mcrypt is deprecated, what is the alternative?

As detailed by other answers here, the best solution I found is using OpenSSL. It is built into PHP and you don't need any external library. Here are simple examples:

To encrypt:

function encrypt($key, $payload) {
  $iv = openssl_random_pseudo_bytes(openssl_cipher_iv_length('aes-256-cbc'));
  $encrypted = openssl_encrypt($payload, 'aes-256-cbc', $key, 0, $iv);
  return base64_encode($encrypted . '::' . $iv);
}

To decrypt:

function decrypt($key, $garble) {
    list($encrypted_data, $iv) = explode('::', base64_decode($garble), 2);
    return openssl_decrypt($encrypted_data, 'aes-256-cbc', $key, 0, $iv);
}

Reference link: https://www.shift8web.ca/2017/04/how-to-encrypt-and-execute-your-php-code-with-mcrypt/

Disable eslint rules for folder

The previous answers were in the right track, but the complete answer for this is going to Disabling rules only for a group of files, there you'll find the documentation needed to disable/enable rules for certain folders (Because in some cases you don't want to ignore the whole thing, only disable certain rules). Example:

{
    "env": {},
    "extends": [],
    "parser": "",
    "plugins": [],
    "rules": {},
    "overrides": [
      {
        "files": ["test/*.spec.js"], // Or *.test.js
        "rules": {
          "require-jsdoc": "off"
        }
      }
    ],
    "settings": {}
}

Build Android Studio app via command line

1. Install Gradle and the Android SDK

Either

  • Install these however you see fit
  • Run ./gradlew, or gradlew.bat if on Windows
    • chmod +x ./gradlew may be necessary

From this point onwards, gradle refers to running Gradle whichever way you've chosen. Substitute accordingly.

2. Setup the Android SDK

  • If you've manually installed the SDK

    • export ANDROID_HOME=<install location>
    • You may want to put that in your ~/.profile if it's not done automatically
  • Accept the licenses: yes | sdkmanager --licenses

    • sdkmanager can be found in $ANDROID_HOME/tools/bin
    • sdkmanager may have to be run as root
  • Try running gradle

    • If there are complaints about licenses or SDKs not being found, fix the directory permissions
      • chown -R user:group $ANDROID_HOME
      • If you're reckless and/or the only user: chmod 777 -R $ANDROID_HOME

3. Building

  • gradle tasks lists all tasks that can be run
  • :app:[appname] is the prefix of all tasks, which you'll see in the Gradle logs when you're building
    • This can be excluded when running a task

Some essential tasks

  • gradle assemble: build all variants of your app
    • Resulting .apks are in app/[appname]/build/outputs/apk/[debug/release]
  • gradle assembleDebug or assembleRelease: build just the debug or release versions
  • gradle installDebug or installRelease build and install to an attached device
    • Have adb installed
    • Attach a device with USB debugging and USB file transfer enabled
    • Run adb devices, check that your device is listed and device is beside it

Automatically build and install upon changes

This avoids having to continuously run the same commands

gradle -t --continue installDebug
  • -t: aka --continuous, automatically re-runs the task after a file is changed
  • --continue: Continue after errors. Prevents stopping when errors occur

Run gradle -h for more help

C++, how to declare a struct in a header file

Try this new source :

student.h

#include <iostream>

struct Student {
    std::string lastName;
    std::string firstName;
};

student.cpp

#include "student.h"

struct Student student;

In Java, how do you determine if a thread is running?

Use Thread.currentThread().isAlive() to see if the thread is alive[output should be true] which means thread is still running the code inside the run() method or use Thread.currentThread.getState() method to get the exact state of the thread.

Git - How to fix "corrupted" interactive rebase?

I got stuck in this. I created the head-name file, and then I ran into another error saying it couldn't find the onto file, so I created that file. Then I got another error saying could not read '.git/rebase-apply/onto': No such file or directory.

So I looked at the git documentation for rebasing and found another command:

git rebase --quit

This set me back on my branch with no changes, and I could start my rebase over again, good as new.

How can I populate a select dropdown list from a JSON feed with AngularJS?

The proper way to do it is using the ng-options directive. The HTML would look like this.

<select ng-model="selectedTestAccount" 
        ng-options="item.Id as item.Name for item in testAccounts">
    <option value="">Select Account</option>
</select>

JavaScript:

angular.module('test', []).controller('DemoCtrl', function ($scope, $http) {
    $scope.selectedTestAccount = null;
    $scope.testAccounts = [];

    $http({
            method: 'GET',
            url: '/Admin/GetTestAccounts',
            data: { applicationId: 3 }
        }).success(function (result) {
        $scope.testAccounts = result;
    });
});

You'll also need to ensure angular is run on your html and that your module is loaded.

<html ng-app="test">
    <body ng-controller="DemoCtrl">
    ....
    </body>
</html>

How to get the row number from a datatable?

You have two options here.

  1. You can create your own index counter and increment it
  2. Rather than using a foreach loop, you can use a for loop

The individual row simply represents data, so it will not know what row it is located in.

Troubleshooting BadImageFormatException

When I faced this issue the following solved it for me:

I was calling a OpenCV dll from inside another exe, my dll did not contained the already needed opencv dlls like highgui, features2d, and etc available in the folder of my exe file. I copied all these to the directory of my exe project and it suddenly worked.

jQuery UI DatePicker - Change Date Format

If you setup a datepicker on an input[type="text"] element you may not get a consistently formatted date, particularly when the user doesn't follow the date format for data entry.

For example, when you set the dateFormat as dd-mm-yy and the user types 1-1-1. The datepicker will convert this to Jan 01, 2001 internally but calling val() on the datepicker object will return the string "1-1-1" -- exactly what is in the text field.

This implies you should either be validating the user input to ensure the date entered is in the format you expect or not allowing the user to enter dates freeform (preferring instead the calendar picker). Even so it is possible to force the datepicker code to give you a string formatted like you expect:

var picker = $('#datepicker');

picker.datepicker({ dateFormat: 'dd-mm-yy' });

picker.val( '1-1-1' );  // simulate user input

alert( picker.val() );  // "1-1-1"

var d = picker.datepicker( 'getDate' );
var f = picker.datepicker( 'option', 'dateFormat' );
var v = $.datepicker.formatDate( f, d );

alert( v );             // "01-01-2001"

Be aware however that while the datepicker's getDate() method will return a date, it can only do so much with user input that doesn't exactly match the date format. This means in the absence of validation it is possible to get a date back that is different from what the user expects. Caveat emptor.

How to diff a commit with its parent?

Paul's solution above did what I was hoping it would.

$ git diff HEAD^1

Also, it's useful to add aliases like hobs mentioned, if you put the following in the [alias] section of your ~/.gitconfig file then you can use short-hand to view diff between head and previous.

[alias]
    diff-last = diff HEAD^1

Then running $ git diff-last will get you your result. Note that this will also include any changes you've not yet committed as well as the diff between commits. If you want to ignore changes you've not yet committed, then you can use diff to compare the HEAD with it's parent directly:

$ git diff HEAD^1 HEAD

Disable Copy or Paste action for text box?

Best way to do this is to add a data attribute to the field (textbox) where you want to avoid the cut,copy and paste.

Just create a method for the same which is as follows :-

function ignorePaste() {

$("[data-ignorepaste]").bind("cut copy paste", function (e) {
            e.preventDefault(); //prevent the default behaviour 
        });

};

Then once when you add the above code simply add the data attribute to the field where you want to ignore cut copy paste. in our case your add a data attribute to confirm email text box as below :-

Confirm Email: <input type="textbox" id= "confirmEmail" data-ignorepaste=""/>

Call the method ignorePaste()

So in this way you will be able to use this throughout the application, all you need to do is just add the data attribute where you want to ignore cut copy paste

https://jsfiddle.net/0ac6pkbf/21/

How to get table cells evenly spaced?

You could always just set the width of each td to 100%/N columns.

<td width="x%"></td>

How to validate an email address in JavaScript

One of my coworker shared this regex with me. I like it a lot.

function isValidEmailAddress (email) {
    var validEmail = false;
    if (email) {
        email = email.trim().toLowerCase();
        var pattern = /^[\w-']+(\.[\w-']+)*@([a-zA-Z0-9]+[a-zA-Z0-9-]+(\.[a-zA-Z0-9-]+)*?\.[a-zA-Z]{2,6}|(\d{1,3}\.){3}\d{1,3})(:\d{4})?$/;
        validEmail = pattern.exec(email);
    }

    return validEmail;
}

if (typeof String.prototype.trim !== 'function') {
    String.prototype.trim = function() {
        return this.replace(/^\s+|\s+$/g, '');
    };
}

How to split a string after specific character in SQL Server and update this value to specific column

I know this question is specific to sql server, but I'm using postgresql and came across this question, so for anybody else in a similar situation, there is the split_part(string text, delimiter text, field int) function.

send/post xml file using curl command line

Here's how you can POST XML on Windows using curl command line on Windows. Better use batch/.cmd file for that:

curl -i -X POST -H "Content-Type: text/xml" -d             ^
"^<?xml version=\"1.0\" encoding=\"UTF-8\" ?^>                ^
    ^<Transaction^>                                           ^
        ^<SomeParam1^>Some-Param-01^</SomeParam1^>            ^
        ^<Password^>SomePassW0rd^</Password^>                 ^
        ^<Transaction_Type^>00^</Transaction_Type^>           ^
        ^<CardHoldersName^>John Smith^</CardHoldersName^>     ^
        ^<DollarAmount^>9.97^</DollarAmount^>                 ^
        ^<Card_Number^>4111111111111111^</Card_Number^>       ^
        ^<Expiry_Date^>1118^</Expiry_Date^>                   ^
        ^<VerificationStr2^>123^</VerificationStr2^>          ^
        ^<CVD_Presence_Ind^>1^</CVD_Presence_Ind^>            ^
        ^<Reference_No^>Some Reference Text^</Reference_No^>  ^
        ^<Client_Email^>[email protected]^</Client_Email^>       ^
        ^<Client_IP^>123.4.56.7^</Client_IP^>                 ^
        ^<Tax1Amount^>^</Tax1Amount^>                         ^
        ^<Tax2Amount^>^</Tax2Amount^>                         ^
    ^</Transaction^>                                          ^
" "http://localhost:8080"

Vertical and horizontal align (middle and center) with CSS

This isn't as easy to do as one might expect -- you can really only do vertical alignment if you know the height of your container. IF this is the case, you can do it with absolute positioning.

The concept is to set the top / left positions at 50%, and then use negative margins (set to half the height / width) to pull the container back to being centered.

Example: http://jsbin.com/ipawe/edit

Basic CSS:

#mydiv { 
    position: absolute;
    top: 50%;
    left: 50%;
    height: 400px;
    width: 700px;
    margin-top: -200px; /* -(1/2 height) */
    margin-left: -350px; /* -(1/2 width) */
  }

How to sleep the thread in node.js without affecting other threads?

When working with async functions or observables provided by 3rd party libraries, for example Cloud firestore, I've found functions the waitFor method shown below (TypeScript, but you get the idea...) to be helpful when you need to wait on some process to complete, but you don't want to have to embed callbacks within callbacks within callbacks nor risk an infinite loop.

This method is sort of similar to a while (!condition) sleep loop, but yields asynchronously and performs a test on the completion condition at regular intervals till true or timeout.

export const sleep = (ms: number) => {
    return new Promise(resolve => setTimeout(resolve, ms))
}
/**
 * Wait until the condition tested in a function returns true, or until 
 * a timeout is exceeded.
 * @param interval The frenequency with which the boolean function contained in condition is called.
 * @param timeout  The maximum time to allow for booleanFunction to return true
 * @param booleanFunction:  A completion function to evaluate after each interval. waitFor will return true as soon as the completion function returns true.   
 */
export const waitFor = async function (interval: number, timeout: number,
    booleanFunction: Function): Promise<boolean> {
    let elapsed = 1;
    if (booleanFunction()) return true;
    while (elapsed < timeout) {
        elapsed += interval;
        await sleep(interval);
        if (booleanFunction()) {
            return true;
        }
    }
    return false;
}

The say you have a long running process on your backend you want to complete before some other task is undertaken. For example if you have a function that totals a list of accounts, but you want to refresh the accounts from the backend before you calculate, you can do something like this:

async recalcAccountTotals() : number {
     this.accountService.refresh();   //start the async process.
     if (this.accounts.dirty) {
           let updateResult = await waitFor(100,2000,()=> {return !(this.accounts.dirty)})
     }
 if(!updateResult) { 
      console.error("Account refresh timed out, recalc aborted");
      return NaN;
    }
 return ... //calculate the account total. 
}

Is there way to use two PHP versions in XAMPP?

I just want to share my new finding: https://laragon.org/docs/index.html

I just used it for 1 hour and it looks promising.

  • You can add and switch PHP versions,
  • it has one-click installers for Wordpress, laravel, etc
  • it autocreates vhosts with the name of each app (eg. appname.test)
  • you can select your current htdocs folder as the root www folder
  • you just add other PHP versions extracting them in folders and selecting them from a list
  • it auto reload apache after each change
  • adding phpMyAdmin is as easy as download it and put it in {LARAGON_DIR}\etc\apps\phpMyAdmin, etc...

Laragon DOCS

How to add another PHP version to Laragon

How to add phpMyAdmin to Laragon


I'm not affiliated in any way with Laragon. Just found it on Google looking for "XAMPP Windows alteratives"

How using try catch for exception handling is best practice

Sometimes you need to treat exceptions which say nothing to users.

My way is:

  • To catch uncaughted exceptions on application level (ie. in global.asax) for critical exceptions (application can not be useful). These exeptions I am not catching on the place. Just log them on app level and let system do its job.
  • Catch "on place" and show some useful info to user (entered wrong number, can't parse).
  • Catch on place and do nothing on marginal problems like "I will check for update info on the background, but the service is not running".

It definitely does not have to be best practice. ;-)

Creating a selector from a method name with parameters

Beyond what's been said already about selectors, you may want to look at the NSInvocation class.

An NSInvocation is an Objective-C message rendered static, that is, it is an action turned into an object. NSInvocation objects are used to store and forward messages between objects and between applications, primarily by NSTimer objects and the distributed objects system.

An NSInvocation object contains all the elements of an Objective-C message: a target, a selector, arguments, and the return value. Each of these elements can be set directly, and the return value is set automatically when the NSInvocation object is dispatched.

Keep in mind that while it's useful in certain situations, you don't use NSInvocation in a normal day of coding. If you're just trying to get two objects to talk to each other, consider defining an informal or formal delegate protocol, or passing a selector and target object as has already been mentioned.

Service Temporarily Unavailable Magento?

In Magento 2 You have to remove file located in /var/.maintenance.flag - just realized that after some searching, so i shall share.

Sending data from HTML form to a Python script in Flask

The form tag needs some attributes set:

  1. action: The URL that the form data is sent to on submit. Generate it with url_for. It can be omitted if the same URL handles showing the form and processing the data.
  2. method="post": Submits the data as form data with the POST method. If not given, or explicitly set to get, the data is submitted in the query string (request.args) with the GET method instead.
  3. enctype="multipart/form-data": When the form contains file inputs, it must have this encoding set, otherwise the files will not be uploaded and Flask won't see them.

The input tag needs a name parameter.

Add a view to handle the submitted data, which is in request.form under the same key as the input's name. Any file inputs will be in request.files.

@app.route('/handle_data', methods=['POST'])
def handle_data():
    projectpath = request.form['projectFilepath']
    # your code
    # return a response

Set the form's action to that view's URL using url_for:

<form action="{{ url_for('handle_data') }}" method="post">
    <input type="text" name="projectFilepath">
    <input type="submit">
</form>

How to have multiple colors in a Windows batch file?

Several methods are covered in
"51} How can I echo lines in different colors in NT scripts?"
http://www.netikka.net/tsneti/info/tscmd051.htm

One of the alternatives: If you can get hold of QBASIC, using colors is relatively easy:

  @echo off & setlocal enableextensions
  for /f "tokens=*" %%f in ("%temp%") do set temp_=%%~sf
  set skip=
  findstr "'%skip%QB" "%~f0" > %temp_%\tmp$$$.bas
  qbasic /run %temp_%\tmp$$$.bas
  for %%f in (%temp_%\tmp$$$.bas) do if exist %%f del %%f
  endlocal & goto :EOF
  ::
  CLS 'QB
  COLOR 14,0 'QB
  PRINT "A simple "; 'QB
  COLOR 13,0 'QB
  PRINT "color "; 'QB
  COLOR 14,0 'QB
  PRINT "demonstration" 'QB
  PRINT "By Prof. (emer.) Timo Salmi" 'QB
  PRINT 'QB
  FOR j = 0 TO 7 'QB
    FOR i = 0 TO 15 'QB
      COLOR i, j 'QB
      PRINT LTRIM$(STR$(i)); " "; LTRIM$(STR$(j)); 'QB
      COLOR 1, 0 'QB
      PRINT " "; 'QB
    NEXT i 'QB
    PRINT 'QB
  NEXT j 'QB
  SYSTEM 'QB

How to use doxygen to create UML class diagrams from C++ source

Hmm, this seems to be a bit of an old question, but since I've been messing about with Doxygen configuration last few days, while my head's still full of current info let's have a stab at it -

I think the previous answers almost have it:

The missing option is to add COLLABORATION_GRAPH = YES in the Doxyfile. I assume you can do the equivalent thing somewhere in the doxywizard GUI (I don't use doxywizard).

So, as a more complete example, typical "Doxyfile" options related to UML output that I tend to use are:

EXTRACT_ALL          = YES
CLASS_DIAGRAMS      = YES
HIDE_UNDOC_RELATIONS = NO
HAVE_DOT             = YES
CLASS_GRAPH          = YES
COLLABORATION_GRAPH  = YES
UML_LOOK             = YES
UML_LIMIT_NUM_FIELDS = 50
TEMPLATE_RELATIONS   = YES
DOT_GRAPH_MAX_NODES  = 100
MAX_DOT_GRAPH_DEPTH  = 0
DOT_TRANSPARENT      = YES

These settings will generate both "inheritance" (CLASS_GRAPH=YES) and "collaboration" (COLLABORATION_GRAPH=YES) diagrams.

Depending on your target for "deployment" of the doxygen output, setting DOT_IMAGE_FORMAT = svg may also be of use. With svg output the diagrams are "scalable" instead of the fixed resolution of bitmap formats such as .png. Apparently, if viewing the output in browsers other than IE, there is also INTERACTIVE_SVG = YES which will allow "interactive zooming and panning" of the generated svg diagrams. I did try this some time ago, and the svg output was very visually attractive, but at the time, browser support for svg was still a bit inconsistent, so hopefully that situation may have improved lately.

As other comments have mentioned, some of these settings (DOT_GRAPH_MAX_NODES in particular) do have potential performance impacts, so YMMV.

I tend to hate "RTFM" style answers, so apologies for this sentence, but in this case the Doxygen documentation really is your friend, so check out the Doxygen docs on the above mentioned settings- last time I looked you can find the details at http://www.doxygen.nl/manual/config.html.

What is the difference between the 'COPY' and 'ADD' commands in a Dockerfile?

Source: https://nickjanetakis.com/blog/docker-tip-2-the-difference-between-copy-and-add-in-a-dockerile:

COPY and ADD are both Dockerfile instructions that serve similar purposes. They let you copy files from a specific location into a Docker image.

COPY takes in a src and destination. It only lets you copy in a local file or directory from your host (the machine building the Docker image) into the Docker image itself.

ADD lets you do that too, but it also supports 2 other sources. First, you can use a URL instead of a local file / directory. Secondly, you can extract a tar file from the source directly into the destination

A valid use case for ADD is when you want to extract a local tar file into a specific directory in your Docker image.

If you’re copying in local files to your Docker image, always use COPY because it’s more explicit.

How to construct a set out of list items in python?

One general way to construct set in iterative way like this:

aset = {e for e in alist}

How to create a numeric vector of zero length in R

If you read the help for vector (or numeric or logical or character or integer or double, 'raw' or complex etc ) then you will see that they all have a length (or length.out argument which defaults to 0

Therefore

numeric()
logical()
character()
integer()
double()
raw()
complex() 
vector('numeric')
vector('character')
vector('integer')
vector('double')
vector('raw')
vector('complex')

All return 0 length vectors of the appropriate atomic modes.

# the following will also return objects with length 0
list()
expression()
vector('list')
vector('expression')

Why do we use Base64?

Base64 instead of escaping special characters

I'll give you a very different but real example: I write javascript code to be run in a browser. HTML tags have ID values, but there are constraints on what characters are valid in an ID.

But I want my ID to losslessly refer to files in my file system. Files in reality can have all manner of weird and wonderful characters in them from exclamation marks, accented characters, tilde, even emoji! I cannot do this:

<div id="/path/to/my_strangely_named_file!@().jpg">
    <img src="http://myserver.com/path/to/my_strangely_named_file!@().jpg">
    Here's a pic I took in Moscow.
</div>

Suppose I want to run some code like this:

# ERROR
document.getElementById("/path/to/my_strangely_named_file!@().jpg");

I think this code will fail when executed.

With Base64 I can refer to something complicated without worrying about which language allows what special characters and which need escaping:

document.getElementById("18GerPD8fY4iTbNpC9hHNXNHyrDMampPLA");

Unlike using an MD5 or some other hashing function, you can reverse the encoding to find out what exactly the data was that actually useful.

I wish I knew about Base64 years ago. I would have avoided tearing my hair out with ‘encodeURIComponent’ and str.replace(‘\n’,’\\n’)

SSH transfer of text:

If you're trying to pass complex data over ssh (e.g. a dotfile so you can get your shell personalizations), good luck doing it without Base 64. This is how you would do it with base 64 (I know you can use SCP, but that would take multiple commands - which complicates key bindings for sshing into a server):

What is the point of "Initial Catalog" in a SQL Server connection string?

If the user name that is in the connection string has access to more then one database you have to specify the database you want the connection string to connect to. If your user has only one database available then you are correct that it doesn't matter. But it is good practice to put this in your connection string.

Is there a command to list all Unix group names?

On Linux, macOS and Unix to display the groups to which you belong, use:

id -Gn

which is equivalent to groups utility which has been obsoleted on Unix (as per Unix manual).

On macOS and Unix, the command id -p is suggested for normal interactive.

Explanation of the parameters:

-G, --groups - print all group IDs

-n, --name - print a name instead of a number, for -ugG

-p - Make the output human-readable.

Converting a string to a date in DB2

Based on your own answer, I'm guessing that your column has data formatted like this:

'DD/MM/YYYY HH:MI:SS'

The actual separators between Day/Month/Year don't matter, nor does anything that comes after the year.

You don't say what version of DB2 you are using or what platform it's running on, so I'm going to assume that it's on Linux, UNIX or Windows.

Almost any recent version of DB2 for Linux/UNIX/Windows (8.2 or later, possibly even older versions), you can do this using the TRANSLATE function:

select 
   date(translate('GHIJ-DE-AB',column_with_date,'ABCDEFGHIJ'))
from
   yourtable

With this solution it doesn't matter what comes after the date in your column.

In DB2 9.7, you can also use the TO_DATE function (similar to Oracle's TO_DATE):

date(to_date(column_with_date,'DD-MM-YYYY HH:MI:SS'))

This requires your data match the formatting string; it's easier to understand when looking at it, but not as flexible as the TRANSLATE option.

Get a resource using getResource()

TestGameTable.class.getResource("/unibo/lsb/res/dice.jpg");
  • leading slash to denote the root of the classpath
  • slashes instead of dots in the path
  • you can call getResource() directly on the class.

Operation is not valid due to the current state of the object, when I select a dropdown list

This can happen if you call

 .SingleOrDefault() 

on an IEnumerable with 2 or more elements.

SQLSTATE[HY093]: Invalid parameter number: number of bound variables does not match number of tokens on line 102

You didn't bind all your bindings here

$sql = "SELECT SQL_CALC_FOUND_ROWS *, UNIX_TIMESTAMP(publicationDate) AS publicationDate     FROM comments WHERE articleid = :art 
ORDER BY " . mysqli_escape_string($order) . " LIMIT :numRows";

$st = $conn->prepare( $sql );
$st->bindValue( ":art", $art, PDO::PARAM_INT );

You've declared a binding called :numRows but you never actually bind anything to it.

UPDATE 2019: I keep getting upvotes on this and that reminded me of another suggestion

Double quotes are string interpolation in PHP, so if you're going to use variables in a double quotes string, it's pointless to use the concat operator. On the flip side, single quotes are not string interpolation, so if you've only got like one variable at the end of a string it can make sense, or just use it for the whole string.

In fact, there's a micro op available here since the interpreter doesn't care about parsing the string for variables. The boost is nearly unnoticable and totally ignorable on a small scale. However, in a very large application, especially good old legacy monoliths, there can be a noticeable performance increase if strings are used like this. (and IMO, it's easier to read anyway)

Safe width in pixels for printing web pages?

A printer doesn't understand pixels, it understand dots (pt in CSS). The best solution is to write an extra CSS for printing, with all of its measures in dots.

Then, in your HTML code, in head section, put:

<link href="style.css" rel="stylesheet" type="text/css" media="screen">
<link href="style_print.css" rel="stylesheet" type="text/css" media="print">

Writing a dict to txt file and reading it back?

Hi there is a way to write and read the dictionary to file you can turn your dictionary to JSON format and read and write quickly just do this :

To write your date:

 import json

 your_dictionary = {"some_date" : "date"}
 f = open('destFile.txt', 'w+')
 f.write(json.dumps(your_dictionary))

and to read your data:

 import json

 f = open('destFile.txt', 'r')
 your_dictionary = json.loads(f.read())

SQL WHERE ID IN (id1, id2, ..., idn)

Try this

SELECT Position_ID , Position_Name
FROM 
position
WHERE Position_ID IN (6 ,7 ,8)
ORDER BY Position_Name

How to display items side-by-side without using tables?

What about display:inline?

<html>
      <img src='#' style='display:inline;'/>
      <p style='display:inline;'> Some text </p>
</html>

Telling Python to save a .txt file to a certain directory on Windows and Mac

If you want to save a file to a particular DIRECTORY and FILENAME here is some simple example. It also checks to see if the directory has or has not been created.

import os.path
directory = './html/'
filename = "file.html"
file_path = os.path.join(directory, filename)
if not os.path.isdir(directory):
    os.mkdir(directory)
file = open(file_path, "w")
file.write(html)
file.close()

Hope this helps you!

centos: Another MySQL daemon already running with the same unix socket

To start the MySQL service, you can remove '/var/lib/mysql/mysql.sock' and start the MySQL service again:

Remove the socket file:

[root@server ~]# rm /var/lib/mysql/mysql.sock
rm: remove socket `/var/lib/mysql/mysql.sock'? yes

Start the MySQL service:

[root@server~]# service mysqld start
Starting mysqld:                                           [  OK  ]

It will help you to resolve your problem.

Python extract pattern matches

You can use groups (indicated with '(' and ')') to capture parts of the string. The match object's group() method then gives you the group's contents:

>>> import re
>>> s = 'name my_user_name is valid'
>>> match = re.search('name (.*) is valid', s)
>>> match.group(0)  # the entire match
'name my_user_name is valid'
>>> match.group(1)  # the first parenthesized subgroup
'my_user_name'

In Python 3.6+ you can also index into a match object instead of using group():

>>> match[0]  # the entire match 
'name my_user_name is valid'
>>> match[1]  # the first parenthesized subgroup
'my_user_name'

Bootstrap 4: responsive sidebar menu to top navbar

It could be done in Bootstrap 4 using the responsive grid columns. One column for the sidebar and one for the main content.

Bootstrap 4 Sidebar switch to Top Navbar on mobile

<div class="container-fluid h-100">
    <div class="row h-100">
        <aside class="col-12 col-md-2 p-0 bg-dark">
            <nav class="navbar navbar-expand navbar-dark bg-dark flex-md-column flex-row align-items-start">
                <div class="collapse navbar-collapse">
                    <ul class="flex-md-column flex-row navbar-nav w-100 justify-content-between">
                        <li class="nav-item">
                            <a class="nav-link pl-0" href="#">Link</a>
                        </li>
                        ..
                    </ul>
                </div>
            </nav>
        </aside>
        <main class="col">
            ..
        </main>
    </div>
</div>

Alternate sidebar to top
Fixed sidebar to top

For the reverse (Top Navbar that becomes a Sidebar), can be done like this example

Remove android default action bar

I've noticed that if you set the theme in the AndroidManifest, it seems to get rid of that short time where you can see the action bar. So, try adding this to your manifest:

<android:theme="@android:style/Theme.NoTitleBar">

Just add it to your application tag to apply it app-wide.

Moving Panel in Visual Studio Code to right side

Click menu option View > Appearance > Move to Side Bar Right. Once side bar moves to right, option "Move Side Bar Right" changes to "Move to Side Bar Left".

How to tell if a file is git tracked (by shell exit code)?

EDIT

If you need to use git from bash there is --porcelain option to git status:

--porcelain

Give the output in a stable, easy-to-parse format for scripts. Currently this is identical to --short output, but is guaranteed not to change in the future, making it safe for scripts.

Output looks like this:

> git status --porcelain
 M starthudson.sh
?? bla

Or if you do only one file at a time:

> git status --porcelain bla
?? bla

ORIGINAL

do:

git status

You will see report stating which files were updated and which ones are untracked.

You can see bla.sh is tracked and modified and newbla is not tracked:

# On branch master
# Changed but not updated:
#   (use "git add <file>..." to update what will be committed)
#
#       modified:   bla.sh
#
# Untracked files:
#   (use "git add <file>..." to include in what will be committed)
#
#       newbla
no changes added to commit (use "git add" and/or "git commit -a")

Using filesystem in node.js with async / await

Starting with node 8.0.0, you can use this:

const fs = require('fs');
const util = require('util');

const readdir = util.promisify(fs.readdir);

async function myF() {
  let names;
  try {
    names = await readdir('path/to/dir');
  } catch (err) {
    console.log(err);
  }
  if (names === undefined) {
    console.log('undefined');
  } else {
    console.log('First Name', names[0]);
  }
}

myF();

See https://nodejs.org/dist/latest-v8.x/docs/api/util.html#util_util_promisify_original

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

Parsing ISO 8601 date in Javascript

Looks like moment.js is the most popular and with active development:

moment("2010-01-01T05:06:07", moment.ISO_8601);

for loop in Python

The answer is good, but for the people that want this with range(), the form to do is:

range(end):

>>> list(range(10))
[0, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9]

range(start,end):

 >>> list(range(1, 11))
[1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10]

range(start,end, step):

 >>> list(range(0, 30, 5))
[0, 5, 10, 15, 20, 25]

Save current directory in variable using Bash?

On a BASH shell, you can very simply run:

export PATH=$PATH:`pwd`/somethingelse

No need to save the current working directory into a variable...

React ignores 'for' attribute of the label element

The for attribute is called htmlFor for consistency with the DOM property API. If you're using the development build of React, you should have seen a warning in your console about this.

Sending email with PHP from an SMTP server

There are some SMTP servers that work without authentication, but if the server requires authentication, there is no way to circumvent that.

PHP's built-in mail functions are very limited - specifying the SMTP server is possible in WIndows only. On *nix, mail() will use the OS's binaries.

If you want to send E-Mail to an arbitrary SMTP server on the net, consider using a library like SwiftMailer. That will enable you to use, for example, Google Mail's outgoing servers.

Resize background image in div using css

With the background-size property in those browsers which support this very new feature of CSS.

How to extract or unpack an .ab file (Android Backup file)

I have had to unpack a .ab-file, too and found this post while looking for an answer. My suggested solution is Android Backup Extractor, a free Java tool for Windows, Linux and Mac OS.

Make sure to take a look at the README, if you encounter a problem. You might have to download further files, if your .ab-file is password-protected.

Usage:
java -jar abe.jar [-debug] [-useenv=yourenv] unpack <backup.ab> <backup.tar> [password]

Example:

Let's say, you've got a file test.ab, which is not password-protected, you're using Windows and want the resulting .tar-Archive to be called test.tar. Then your command should be:

java.exe -jar abe.jar unpack test.ab test.tar ""

What's the difference between unit tests and integration tests?

A unit test is done in (as far as possible) total isolation.

An integration test is done when the tested object or module is working like it should be, with other bits of code.

How to get the id of the element clicked using jQuery

I wanted to share how you can use this to change a attribute of the button, because it took me some time to figure it out...

For example in order to change it's background to yellow:

$("#"+String(this.id)).css("background-color","yellow");

Visual Studio Copy Project

The easiest way to do this would be to export the project as a template and save it to the default template location. Then, copy the template into the exact same directory on the location you want to move it to. After that, open up visual studio on the new location, create a new project, and you will get a prompt to search for a template. Search for whatever you named the template, select it and you're done!

How to click an element in Selenium WebDriver using JavaScript

I know this isn't JavaScript, but you can also physically use the mouse-click to click a dynamic Javascript anchor:

public static void mouseClickByLocator( String cssLocator ) {
     String locator = cssLocator;
     WebElement el = driver.findElement( By.cssSelector( locator ) );
     Actions builder = new Actions(driver);
     builder.moveToElement( el ).click( el );
     builder.perform();
}

Eclipse Optimize Imports to Include Static Imports

Not exactly what I wanted, but I found a workaround. In Eclipse 3.4 (Ganymede), go to

Window->Preferences->Java->Editor->Content Assist

and check the checkbox for Use static imports (only 1.5 or higher).

This will not bring in the import on an Optimize Imports, but if you do a Quick Fix (CTRL + 1) on the line it will give you the option to add the static import which is good enough.

How to get a user's client IP address in ASP.NET?

What else do you consider the user IP address? If you want the IP address of the network adapter, I'm afraid there's no possible way to do it in a Web app. If your user is behind NAT or other stuff, you can't get the IP either.

Update: While there are Web sites that use IP to limit the user (like rapidshare), they don't work correctly in NAT environments.

add item to dropdown list in html using javascript

For higher performance, I recommend this:

var select = document.getElementById("year");
var options = [];
var option = document.createElement('option');

//for (var i = 2011; i >= 1900; --i)
for (var i = 1900; i < 2012; ++i)
{
    //var data = '<option value="' + escapeHTML(i) +'">" + escapeHTML(i) + "</option>';
    option.text = option.value = i;
    options.push(option.outerHTML);
}

select.insertAdjacentHTML('beforeEnd', options.join('\n'));

This avoids a redraw after each appendChild, which speeds up the process considerably, especially for a larger number of options.

Optional for generating the string by hand:

function escapeHTML(str)
{
    var div = document.createElement('div');
    var text = document.createTextNode(str);
    div.appendChild(text);
    return div.innerHTML;
}

However, I would not use these kind of methods at all.
It seems crude. You best do this with a documentFragment:

var docfrag = document.createDocumentFragment();

for (var i = 1900; i < 2012; ++i)
{
     docfrag.appendChild(new Option(i, i));
}

var select = document.getElementById("year");
select.appendChild(docfrag);

What is the Simplest Way to Reverse an ArrayList?

Another recursive solution

 public static String reverse(ArrayList<Float> list) {
   if (list.size() == 1) {
       return " " +list.get(0);
   }
   else {
       return " "+ list.remove(list.size() - 1) + reverse(list);
   } 
 }

How to view unallocated free space on a hard disk through terminal

If you need to see your partitions and/or filers with available space, mentioned utilities are what you need. You just need to use options.

For instance: df -h will print you those information in "human-readable" form. If you need information only about free space, you could use: df -h | awk '{print $1" "$4}'.

Importing text file into excel sheet

you can write .WorkbookConnection.Delete after .Refresh BackgroundQuery:=False this will delete text file external connection.

Find duplicate records in a table using SQL Server

Just add all fields to the query and remember to add them to Group By as well.

Select shoppername, a, b, amountpayed, item, count(*) as cnt
from dbo.sales
group by shoppername, a, b, amountpayed, item
having count(*) > 1

How to append new data onto a new line

import subprocess
subprocess.check_output('echo "' + YOURTEXT + '" >> hello.txt',shell=True)

"No resource identifier found for attribute 'showAsAction' in package 'android'"

Add compat library compilation to the build.gradle file:

compile 'com.android.support:appcompat-v7:19.+'

MSOnline can't be imported on PowerShell (Connect-MsolService error)

I'm using a newer version of the SPO Management Shell. For me to get the error to go away, I changed my Import-Module statement to use:

Import-Module Microsoft.Online.SharePoint.PowerShell -DisableNameChecking;

I also use the newer command:

Connect-SPOService

How to install a .ipa file into my iPhone?

You need to install the provisioning profile (drag and drop it into iTunes). Then drag and drop the .ipa. Ensure you device is set to sync apps, and try again.

calculate the mean for each column of a matrix in R

class(mtcars)
my.mean <- unlist(lapply(mtcars, mean)); my.mean



   mpg        cyl       disp         hp       drat         wt       qsec         vs 
 20.090625   6.187500 230.721875 146.687500   3.596563   3.217250  17.848750   0.437500 
        am       gear       carb 
  0.406250   3.687500   2.812500 

Default value to a parameter while passing by reference in C++

Another way could be the following:

virtual const ULONG Write(ULONG &State, bool sequence = true);

// wrapper
const ULONG Write(bool sequence = true)
{
   ULONG dummy;
   return Write(dummy, sequence);
}

then the following calls are possible:

ULONG State;
object->Write(State, false); // sequence is false, "returns" State
object->Write(State); // assumes sequence = true, "returns" State
object->Write(false); // sequence is false, no "return"
object->Write(); // assumes sequence = true, no "return"

How do I run Redis on Windows?

I've provided installation instructions and downloads for the 2 most popular ways of running Redis on windows at: https://github.com/mythz/redis-windows that shows how to:

  1. Use Vagrant to run the latest stable version of Redis inside a VirtualBox VM.
  2. Download and run Microsoft's Native Windows port of Redis

ASP.NET MVC - Set custom IIdentity or IPrincipal

I can't speak directly for ASP.NET MVC, but for ASP.NET Web Forms, the trick is to create a FormsAuthenticationTicket and encrypt it into a cookie once the user has been authenticated. This way, you only have to call the database once (or AD or whatever you are using to perform your authentication), and each subsequent request will authenticate based on the ticket stored in the cookie.

A good article on this: http://www.ondotnet.com/pub/a/dotnet/2004/02/02/effectiveformsauth.html (broken link)

Edit:

Since the link above is broken, I would recommend LukeP's solution in his answer above: https://stackoverflow.com/a/10524305 - I would also suggest that the accepted answer be changed to that one.

Edit 2: An alternative for the broken link: https://web.archive.org/web/20120422011422/http://ondotnet.com/pub/a/dotnet/2004/02/02/effectiveformsauth.html

Difference between text and varchar (character varying)

character varying(n), varchar(n) - (Both the same). value will be truncated to n characters without raising an error.

character(n), char(n) - (Both the same). fixed-length and will pad with blanks till the end of the length.

text - Unlimited length.

Example:

Table test:
   a character(7)
   b varchar(7)

insert "ok    " to a
insert "ok    " to b

We get the results:

a        | (a)char_length | b     | (b)char_length
----------+----------------+-------+----------------
"ok     "| 7              | "ok"  | 2

Open Google Chrome from VBA/Excel

The answer given by @ray above works perfectly, but make sure you are using the right path to open up the file. If you right click on your icon and click properties, you should see where the actual path is, just copy past that and it should work.

Properties

Replacing spaces with underscores in JavaScript?

Replace spaces with underscore

var str = 'How are you';
var replaced = str.split(' ').join('_');

Output: How_are_you

How to set the custom border color of UIView programmatically?

You can write an extension to use it with all the UIViews eg. UIButton, UILabel, UIImageView etc. You can customise my following method as per your requirement, but I think it will work well for you.

extension UIView{

    func setBorder(radius:CGFloat, color:UIColor = UIColor.clearColor()) -> UIView{
        var roundView:UIView = self
        roundView.layer.cornerRadius = CGFloat(radius)
        roundView.layer.borderWidth = 1
        roundView.layer.borderColor = color.CGColor
        roundView.clipsToBounds = true
        return roundView
    }
}

Usage:

btnLogin.setBorder(7, color: UIColor.lightGrayColor())
imgViewUserPick.setBorder(10)

What does "opt" mean (as in the "opt" directory)? Is it an abbreviation?

It's usually describes as for optional add-on software packagessource, or anything that isn't part of the base system. Only some distributions use it, others simply use /usr/local.

What's the best way to join on the same table twice?

SELECT
    T1.ID
    T1.PhoneNumber1,
    T1.PhoneNumber2
    T2A.SomeOtherField AS "SomeOtherField of PhoneNumber1",
    T2B.SomeOtherField AS "SomeOtherField of PhoneNumber2"  
FROM
    Table1 T1
    LEFT JOIN Table2 T2A ON T1.PhoneNumber1 = T2A.PhoneNumber
    LEFT JOIN Table2 T2B ON T1.PhoneNumber2 = T2B.PhoneNumber
WHERE
    T1.ID = 'FOO';

LEFT JOIN or JOIN also return same result. Tested success with PostgreSQL 13.1.1 .

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Error: Cannot match any routes. URL Segment: - Angular 2

please modify your router.module.ts as:

const routes: Routes = [
{
    path: '',
    redirectTo: 'one',
    pathMatch: 'full'
},
{
    path: 'two',
    component: ClassTwo, children: [
        {
            path: 'three',
            component: ClassThree,
            outlet: 'nameThree',
        },
        {
            path: 'four',
            component: ClassFour,
            outlet: 'nameFour'
        },
        {
           path: '',
           redirectTo: 'two',
           pathMatch: 'full'
        }
    ]
},];

and in your component1.html

<h3>In One</h3>

<nav>
    <a routerLink="/two" class="dash-item">...Go to Two...</a>
    <a routerLink="/two/three" class="dash-item">... Go to THREE...</a>
    <a routerLink="/two/four" class="dash-item">...Go to FOUR...</a>
</nav>

<router-outlet></router-outlet>                   // Successfully loaded component2.html
<router-outlet name="nameThree" ></router-outlet> // Error: Cannot match any routes. URL Segment: 'three'
<router-outlet name="nameFour" ></router-outlet>  // Error: Cannot match any routes. URL Segment: 'three'

How to convert InputStream to FileInputStream

Long story short: Don't use FileInputStream as a parameter or variable type. Use the abstract base class, in this case InputStream instead.

How could others, on a local network, access my NodeJS app while it's running on my machine?

And Don't Forget To Change in Index.html Following Code :

 <script src="http://192.168.1.4:8000/socket.io/socket.io.js"></script>
 <script src="http://code.jquery.com/jquery-1.6.2.min.js"></script>

 var socket = io.connect('http://192.168.1.4:8000');

Good luck!

Random character generator with a range of (A..Z, 0..9) and punctuation

Random random = new Random();
int n = random.nextInt(69) + 32;
if (n > 96) {
    n += 26;
}
char c = (char) n;

I guess it depends which punctuation you want to include, but this should generate a random character including all of the punctuation on this ASCII table. Basically, I've generated a random int from 32 - 96 or 123 - 126, which I have then casted to a char, which gives the ASCII equivalent of that number. Also, make sure youimport java.util.Random

In Python, how do I use urllib to see if a website is 404 or 200?

You can use urllib2 as well:

import urllib2

req = urllib2.Request('http://www.python.org/fish.html')
try:
    resp = urllib2.urlopen(req)
except urllib2.HTTPError as e:
    if e.code == 404:
        # do something...
    else:
        # ...
except urllib2.URLError as e:
    # Not an HTTP-specific error (e.g. connection refused)
    # ...
else:
    # 200
    body = resp.read()

Note that HTTPError is a subclass of URLError which stores the HTTP status code.

Get the last element of a std::string

*(myString.end() - 1) maybe? That's not exactly elegant either.

A python-esque myString.at(-1) would be asking too much of an already-bloated class.

How do I measure a time interval in C?

The following is a group of versatile C functions for timer management based on the gettimeofday() system call. All the timer properties are contained in a single ticktimer struct - the interval you want, the total running time since the timer initialization, a pointer to the desired callback you want to call, the number of times the callback was called. A callback function would look like this:

void your_timer_cb (struct ticktimer *t) {
  /* do your stuff here */
}

To initialize and start a timer, call ticktimer_init(your_timer, interval, TICKTIMER_RUN, your_timer_cb, 0).

In the main loop of your program call ticktimer_tick(your_timer) and it will decide whether the appropriate amount of time has passed to invoke the callback.

To stop a timer, just call ticktimer_ctl(your_timer, TICKTIMER_STOP).

ticktimer.h:

#ifndef __TICKTIMER_H
#define __TICKTIMER_H

#include <stdio.h>
#include <stdlib.h>
#include <unistd.h>
#include <sys/time.h>
#include <sys/types.h>

#define TICKTIMER_STOP         0x00
#define TICKTIMER_UNCOMPENSATE 0x00
#define TICKTIMER_RUN          0x01
#define TICKTIMER_COMPENSATE   0x02

struct ticktimer {
  u_int64_t tm_tick_interval;
  u_int64_t tm_last_ticked;
  u_int64_t tm_total;
  unsigned ticks_total;
  void (*tick)(struct ticktimer *);
  unsigned char flags;
  int id;
};

void ticktimer_init (struct ticktimer *, u_int64_t, unsigned char, void (*)(struct ticktimer *), int);
unsigned ticktimer_tick (struct ticktimer *);
void ticktimer_ctl (struct ticktimer *, unsigned char);
struct ticktimer *ticktimer_alloc (void);
void ticktimer_free (struct ticktimer *);
void ticktimer_tick_all (void);

#endif

ticktimer.c:

#include "ticktimer.h"

#define TIMER_COUNT 100

static struct ticktimer timers[TIMER_COUNT];
static struct timeval tm;

/*!
  @brief
    Initializes/sets the ticktimer struct.

  @param timer
    Pointer to ticktimer struct.
  @param interval
    Ticking interval in microseconds.
  @param flags
    Flag bitmask. Use TICKTIMER_RUN | TICKTIMER_COMPENSATE
    to start a compensating timer; TICKTIMER_RUN to start
    a normal uncompensating timer.
  @param tick
    Ticking callback function.
  @param id
    Timer ID. Useful if you want to distinguish different
    timers within the same callback function.
*/
void ticktimer_init (struct ticktimer *timer, u_int64_t interval, unsigned char flags, void (*tick)(struct ticktimer *), int id) {
  gettimeofday(&tm, NULL);
  timer->tm_tick_interval = interval;
  timer->tm_last_ticked = tm.tv_sec * 1000000 + tm.tv_usec;
  timer->tm_total = 0;
  timer->ticks_total = 0;
  timer->tick = tick;
  timer->flags = flags;
  timer->id = id;
}

/*!
  @brief 
    Checks the status of a ticktimer and performs a tick(s) if 
    necessary.

  @param timer
    Pointer to ticktimer struct.

  @return
    The number of times the timer was ticked.
*/
unsigned ticktimer_tick (struct ticktimer *timer) {
  register typeof(timer->tm_tick_interval) now;
  register typeof(timer->ticks_total) nticks, i;

  if (timer->flags & TICKTIMER_RUN) {
    gettimeofday(&tm, NULL);
    now = tm.tv_sec * 1000000 + tm.tv_usec;

    if (now >= timer->tm_last_ticked + timer->tm_tick_interval) {
      timer->tm_total += now - timer->tm_last_ticked;

      if (timer->flags & TICKTIMER_COMPENSATE) {
        nticks = (now - timer->tm_last_ticked) / timer->tm_tick_interval;
        timer->tm_last_ticked = now - ((now - timer->tm_last_ticked) % timer->tm_tick_interval);

        for (i = 0; i < nticks; i++) {
          timer->tick(timer);
          timer->ticks_total++;

          if (timer->tick == NULL) {
            break;
          }
        }

        return nticks;
      } else {
        timer->tm_last_ticked = now;
        timer->tick(timer);
        timer->ticks_total++;
        return 1;
      }
    }
  }

  return 0;
}

/*!
  @brief
    Controls the behaviour of a ticktimer.

  @param timer
    Pointer to ticktimer struct.
  @param flags
    Flag bitmask.
*/
inline void ticktimer_ctl (struct ticktimer *timer, unsigned char flags) {
  timer->flags = flags;
}

/*!
  @brief
    Allocates a ticktimer struct from an internal
    statically allocated list.

  @return
    Pointer to the newly allocated ticktimer struct
    or NULL when no more space is available.
*/
struct ticktimer *ticktimer_alloc (void) {
  register int i;

  for (i = 0; i < TIMER_COUNT; i++) {
    if (timers[i].tick == NULL) {
      return timers + i;
    }
  }

  return NULL;
}

/*!
  @brief
    Marks a previously allocated ticktimer struct as free.

  @param timer
    Pointer to ticktimer struct, usually returned by 
    ticktimer_alloc().
*/
inline void ticktimer_free (struct ticktimer *timer) {
  timer->tick = NULL;
}

/*!
  @brief
    Checks the status of all allocated timers from the 
    internal list and performs ticks where necessary.

  @note
    Should be called in the main loop.
*/
inline void ticktimer_tick_all (void) {
  register int i;

  for (i = 0; i < TIMER_COUNT; i++) {
    if (timers[i].tick != NULL) {
      ticktimer_tick(timers + i);
    }
  }
}

phpMyAdmin says no privilege to create database, despite logged in as root user

This worked for me

open config.inc.php file in phpmyadmin root, set auth type from cookie to config

$cfg['Servers'][$i]['auth_type'] = 'config';
$cfg['Servers'][$i]['user'] = 'root';
$cfg['Servers'][$i]['password'] = ''; // leave blank if no password

Check if value exists in the array (AngularJS)

You can use indexOf(). Like:

var Color = ["blue", "black", "brown", "gold"];
var a = Color.indexOf("brown");
alert(a);

The indexOf() method searches the array for the specified item, and returns its position. And return -1 if the item is not found.


If you want to search from end to start, use the lastIndexOf() method:

    var Color = ["blue", "black", "brown", "gold"];
    var a = Color.lastIndexOf("brown");
    alert(a);

The search will start at the specified position, or at the end if no start position is specified, and end the search at the beginning of the array.

Returns -1 if the item is not found.

Hadoop: «ERROR : JAVA_HOME is not set»

Make sure that you have removed the comment tag and changed your JAVA_HOME in the hadoop-env.sh as well as the appropriate .bashrc and/or .profile:

# export JAVA_HOME=/usr/lib/jvm/java-1.6.0-openjdk

should be

export JAVA_HOME=/usr/lib/jvm/java-1.6.0-openjdk

You can set your JAVA_HOME and PATH for all users (make sure you haven't previously set this to the wrong path) in /etc/profile.

Also, don't forget to activate the new change by logging-out/in or by executing source /etc/profile.

Label points in geom_point

The ggrepel package works great for repelling overlapping text labels away from each other. You can use either geom_label_repel() (draws rectangles around the text) or geom_text_repel() functions.

library(ggplot2)
library(ggrepel)

nba <- read.csv("http://datasets.flowingdata.com/ppg2008.csv", sep = ",")

nbaplot <- ggplot(nba, aes(x= MIN, y = PTS)) + 
  geom_point(color = "blue", size = 3)

### geom_label_repel
nbaplot + 
  geom_label_repel(aes(label = Name),
                  box.padding   = 0.35, 
                  point.padding = 0.5,
                  segment.color = 'grey50') +
  theme_classic()

enter image description here

### geom_text_repel
# only label players with PTS > 25 or < 18
# align text vertically with nudge_y and allow the labels to 
# move horizontally with direction = "x"
ggplot(nba, aes(x= MIN, y = PTS, label = Name)) + 
  geom_point(color = dplyr::case_when(nba$PTS > 25 ~ "#1b9e77", 
                                      nba$PTS < 18 ~ "#d95f02",
                                      TRUE ~ "#7570b3"), 
             size = 3, alpha = 0.8) +
  geom_text_repel(data          = subset(nba, PTS > 25),
                  nudge_y       = 32 - subset(nba, PTS > 25)$PTS,
                  size          = 4,
                  box.padding   = 1.5,
                  point.padding = 0.5,
                  force         = 100,
                  segment.size  = 0.2,
                  segment.color = "grey50",
                  direction     = "x") +
  geom_label_repel(data         = subset(nba, PTS < 18),
                  nudge_y       = 16 - subset(nba, PTS < 18)$PTS,
                  size          = 4,
                  box.padding   = 0.5,
                  point.padding = 0.5,
                  force         = 100,
                  segment.size  = 0.2,
                  segment.color = "grey50",
                  direction     = "x") +
  scale_x_continuous(expand = expand_scale(mult = c(0.2, .2))) +
  scale_y_continuous(expand = expand_scale(mult = c(0.1, .1))) +
  theme_classic(base_size = 16)

Edit: To use ggrepel with lines, see this and this.

Created on 2019-05-01 by the reprex package (v0.2.0).

Send response to all clients except sender

Emit cheatsheet

io.on('connect', onConnect);

function onConnect(socket){

  // sending to the client
  socket.emit('hello', 'can you hear me?', 1, 2, 'abc');

  // sending to all clients except sender
  socket.broadcast.emit('broadcast', 'hello friends!');

  // sending to all clients in 'game' room except sender
  socket.to('game').emit('nice game', "let's play a game");

  // sending to all clients in 'game1' and/or in 'game2' room, except sender
  socket.to('game1').to('game2').emit('nice game', "let's play a game (too)");

  // sending to all clients in 'game' room, including sender
  io.in('game').emit('big-announcement', 'the game will start soon');

  // sending to all clients in namespace 'myNamespace', including sender
  io.of('myNamespace').emit('bigger-announcement', 'the tournament will start soon');

  // sending to individual socketid (private message)
  socket.to(<socketid>).emit('hey', 'I just met you');

  // sending with acknowledgement
  socket.emit('question', 'do you think so?', function (answer) {});

  // sending without compression
  socket.compress(false).emit('uncompressed', "that's rough");

  // sending a message that might be dropped if the client is not ready to receive messages
  socket.volatile.emit('maybe', 'do you really need it?');

  // sending to all clients on this node (when using multiple nodes)
  io.local.emit('hi', 'my lovely babies');

};

SSIS - Text was truncated or one or more characters had no match in the target code page - Special Characters

If you go to the Flat file connection manager under Advanced and Look at the "OutputColumnWidth" description's ToolTip It will tell you that Composit characters may use more spaces. So the "é" in "Société" most likely occupies more than one character.

EDIT: Here's something about it: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Precomposed_character

How do you create an asynchronous HTTP request in JAVA?

If you are in a JEE7 environment, you must have a decent implementation of JAXRS hanging around, which would allow you to easily make asynchronous HTTP request using its client API.

This would looks like this:

public class Main {

    public static Future<Response> getAsyncHttp(final String url) {
        return ClientBuilder.newClient().target(url).request().async().get();
    }

    public static void main(String ...args) throws InterruptedException, ExecutionException {
        Future<Response> response = getAsyncHttp("http://www.nofrag.com");
        while (!response.isDone()) {
            System.out.println("Still waiting...");
            Thread.sleep(10);
        }
        System.out.println(response.get().readEntity(String.class));
    }
}

Of course, this is just using futures. If you are OK with using some more libraries, you could take a look at RxJava, the code would then look like:

public static void main(String... args) {
    final String url = "http://www.nofrag.com";
    rx.Observable.from(ClientBuilder.newClient().target(url).request().async().get(String.class), Schedulers
            .newThread())
            .subscribe(
                    next -> System.out.println(next),
                    error -> System.err.println(error),
                    () -> System.out.println("Stream ended.")
            );
    System.out.println("Async proof");
}

And last but not least, if you want to reuse your async call, you might want to take a look at Hystrix, which - in addition to a bazillion super cool other stuff - would allow you to write something like this:

For example:

public class AsyncGetCommand extends HystrixCommand<String> {

    private final String url;

    public AsyncGetCommand(final String url) {
        super(Setter.withGroupKey(HystrixCommandGroupKey.Factory.asKey("HTTP"))
                .andCommandPropertiesDefaults(HystrixCommandProperties.Setter()
                        .withExecutionIsolationThreadTimeoutInMilliseconds(5000)));
        this.url = url;
    }

    @Override
    protected String run() throws Exception {
        return ClientBuilder.newClient().target(url).request().get(String.class);
    }

 }

Calling this command would look like:

public static void main(String ...args) {
    new AsyncGetCommand("http://www.nofrag.com").observe().subscribe(
            next -> System.out.println(next),
            error -> System.err.println(error),
            () -> System.out.println("Stream ended.")
    );
    System.out.println("Async proof");
}

PS: I know the thread is old, but it felt wrong that no ones mentions the Rx/Hystrix way in the up-voted answers.

Why is quicksort better than mergesort?

Quicksort is the fastest sorting algorithm in practice but has a number of pathological cases that can make it perform as badly as O(n2).

Heapsort is guaranteed to run in O(n*ln(n)) and requires only finite additional storage. But there are many citations of real world tests which show that heapsort is significantly slower than quicksort on average.

Control cannot fall through from one case label

You missed some breaks there:

switch (searchType)
{
    case "SearchBooks":
        Selenium.Type("//*[@id='SearchBooks_TextInput']", searchText);
        Selenium.Click("//*[@id='SearchBooks_SearchBtn']");
        break;

    case "SearchAuthors":
        Selenium.Type("//*[@id='SearchAuthors_TextInput']", searchText);
        Selenium.Click("//*[@id='SearchAuthors_SearchBtn']");
        break;
}

Without them, the compiler thinks you're trying to execute the lines below case "SearchAuthors": immediately after the lines under case "SearchBooks": have been executed, which isn't allowed in C#.

By adding the break statements at the end of each case, the program exits each case after it's done, for whichever value of searchType.

ojdbc14.jar vs. ojdbc6.jar

The "14" and "6" in those driver names refer to the JVM they were written for. If you're still using JDK 1.4 I'd say you have a serious problem and need to upgrade. JDK 1.4 is long past its useful support life. It didn't even have generics! JDK 6 u21 is the current production standard from Oracle/Sun. I'd recommend switching to it if you haven't already.

Clear an input field with Reactjs?

You can use input type="reset"

<form action="/action_page.php">
  text: <input type="text" name="email" /><br />  
  <input type="reset" defaultValue="Reset" />  
</form>

Get CPU Usage from Windows Command Prompt

C:\> wmic cpu get loadpercentage
LoadPercentage
0

Or

C:\> @for /f "skip=1" %p in ('wmic cpu get loadpercentage') do @echo %p%
4%

How to call a RESTful web service from Android?

Here is my Library That I have created for simple Webservice Calling,

You can use this by adding a one line gradle dependency -

compile 'com.scantity.ScHttpLibrary:ScHttpLibrary:1.0.0'

Here is the demonstration of using.

https://github.com/vishalchhodwani1992/httpLibrary

Using the value in a cell as a cell reference in a formula?

Use INDIRECT()

=SUM(INDIRECT(<start cell here> & ":" & <end cell here>))

Why use String.Format?

First, I find

string s = String.Format(
    "Your order {0} will be delivered on {1:yyyy-MM-dd}. Your total cost is {2:C}.",
    orderNumber,
    orderDeliveryDate,
    orderCost
);

far easier to read, write and maintain than

string s = "Your order " +
           orderNumber.ToString() +
           " will be delivered on " +
           orderDeliveryDate.ToString("yyyy-MM-dd") +
           "." +
           "Your total cost is " +
           orderCost.ToString("C") + 
           ".";

Look how much more maintainable the following is

string s = String.Format(
    "Year = {0:yyyy}, Month = {0:MM}, Day = {0:dd}",
    date
);

over the alternative where you'd have to repeat date three times.

Second, the format specifiers that String.Format provides give you great flexibility over the output of the string in a way that is easier to read, write and maintain than just using plain old concatenation. Additionally, it's easier to get culture concerns right with String.Format.

Third, when performance does matter, String.Format will outperform concatenation. Behind the scenes it uses a StringBuilder and avoids the Schlemiel the Painter problem.

How to reset all checkboxes using jQuery or pure JS?

You can be selective of what div or part of your page can have checkboxes checked and which don't. I came across the scenario where I have two forms in my page and one have prefilled values(for update) and other need to be filled fresh.

$('#newFormId input[type=checkbox]').attr('checked',false);

this will make only checkboxes in form with id newFormId as unchecked.

How to display div after click the button in Javascript?

<script type="text/javascript">
function showDiv(toggle){
document.getElementById(toggle).style.display = 'block';
}
</script>

<input type="button" name="answer" onclick="showDiv('toggle')">Show</input>

<div id="toggle" style="display:none">Hello</div>

Oracle SQL Developer - tables cannot be seen

For me, this wound up being a permissions issue.

I solved the problem by creating a superuser role (CREATE ROLE root WITH SUPERUSER LOGIN PASSWORD 'XXXXX';) and then using that superuser account to connect to the database.

This obviously won't be a viable solution in all situations.

Recommended way to get hostname in Java

Strictly speaking - you have no choice but calling either hostname(1) or - on Unix gethostname(2). This is the name of your computer. Any attempt to determine the hostname by an IP address like this

InetAddress.getLocalHost().getHostName()

is bound to fail in some circumstances:

  • The IP address might not resolve into any name. Bad DNS setup, bad system setup or bad provider setup may be the reason for this.
  • A name in DNS can have many aliases called CNAMEs. These can only be resolved in one direction properly: name to address. The reverse direction is ambiguous. Which one is the "official" name?
  • A host can have many different IP addresses - and each address can have many different names. Two common cases are: One ethernet port has several "logical" IP addresses or the computer has several ethernet ports. It is configurable whether they share an IP or have different IPs. This is called "multihomed".
  • One Name in DNS can resolve to several IP Addresses. And not all of those addresses must be located on the same computer! (Usecase: A simple form of load-balancing)
  • Let's not even start talking about dynamic IP addresses.

Also don't confuse the name of an IP-address with the name of the host (hostname). A metaphor might make it clearer:

There is a large city (server) called "London". Inside the city walls much business happens. The city has several gates (IP addresses). Each gate has a name ("North Gate", "River Gate", "Southampton Gate"...) but the name of the gate is not the name of the city. Also you cannot deduce the name of the city by using the name of a gate - "North Gate" would catch half of the bigger cities and not just one city. However - a stranger (IP packet) walks along the river and asks a local: "I have a strange address: 'Rivergate, second left, third house'. Can you help me?" The local says: "Of course, you are on the right road, simply go ahead and you will arrive at your destination within half an hour."

This illustrates it pretty much I think.

The good news is: The real hostname is usually not necessary. In most cases any name which resolves into an IP address on this host will do. (The stranger might enter the city by Northgate, but helpful locals translate the "2nd left" part.)

In the remaining corner cases you must use the definitive source of this configuration setting - which is the C function gethostname(2). That function is also called by the program hostname.

Getting a union of two arrays in JavaScript

function unite(arr1, arr2, arr3) {
 newArr=arr1.concat(arr2).concat(arr3);

 a=newArr.filter(function(value){
   return !arr1.some(function(value2){
      return value == value2;
   });
 });

console.log(arr1.concat(a));

}//This is for Sorted union following the order :)

How to find index of STRING array in Java from a given value?

An easy way would be to iterate over the items in the array in a loop.

for (var i = 0; i < arrayLength; i++) {
 // (string) Compare the given string with myArray[i]
 // if it matches store/save i and exit the loop.
}

There would definitely be better ways but for small number of items this should be blazing fast. Btw this is javascript but same method should work in almost every programming language.

jQuery datepicker, onSelect won't work

$('.date-picker').datepicker({
                    autoclose : true,
                    todayHighlight : true,
                    clearBtn: true,
                    format: 'yyyy-mm-dd', 
                    onSelect: function(value, date) { 
                         alert(123);
                    },
                    todayBtn: "linked",
                    startView: 0, maxViewMode: 0,minViewMode:0

                    }).on('changeDate',function(ev){
                    //this is right events ,trust me
                    }
});

Bootstrap Carousel image doesn't align properly

Try this

    .item img{
      max-height: 300px;
      margin: auto;
    }

How do I apply a style to all children of an element

Instead of the * selector you can use the :not(selector) with the > selector and set something that definitely wont be a child.

Edit: I thought it would be faster but it turns out I was wrong. Disregard.

Example:

.container > :not(marquee){
        color:red;
    }


<div class="container">
    <p></p>
    <span></span>
<div>

How to get a ListBox ItemTemplate to stretch horizontally the full width of the ListBox?

If your items are wider than the ListBox, the other answers here won't help: the items in the ItemTemplate remain wider than the ListBox.

The fix that worked for me was to disable the horizontal scrollbar, which, apparently, also tells the container of all those items to remain only as wide as the list box.

Hence the combined fix to get ListBox items that are as wide as the list box, whether they are smaller and need stretching, or wider and need wrapping, is as follows:

<ListBox HorizontalContentAlignment="Stretch" 
         ScrollViewer.HorizontalScrollBarVisibility="Disabled">

(credits for the scroll bar idea)

getting the table row values with jquery

Here is a working example. I changed the code to output to a div instead of an alert box. Your issue was item.innerHTML I believe. I use the jQuery html function instead and that seemed to resolve the issue.

<table id='thisTable' class='disptable' style='margin-left:auto;margin-right:auto;'  >
    <tr>

   <th>Fund</th>
   <th>Organization</th>
   <th>Access</th>
   <th>Delete</th>
   </tr>
    <tr>
   <td class='fund'>100000</td><td class='org'>10110</td><td>OWNED</td><td><a  class='delbtn'ref='#'>X</a></td></tr>
   <tr><td class='fund'>100000</td><td class='org'>67130</td><td>OWNED</td><td><a class='delbtn' href='#'>X</a></td></tr>
   <tr><td class='fund'>170252</td><td class='org'>67130</td><td>OWNED</td><td><a class='delbtn' href='#'>X</a></td></tr>
   <tr><td class='fund'>100000</td><td class='org'>67150</td><td>PENDING ACCESS</td><td><a  class='delbtn' href='#'>X</a></td></tr>
   <tr><td class='fund'>100000</td><td class='org'>67120</td><td>PENDING ACCESS</td><td><a class='delbtn' href='#'>X</a>
   </td>
  </tr>
</table>
<div id="output"></div>?

the javascript:

$('#thisTable tr').on('click', function(event) {    
    var tds = $(this).addClass('row-highlight').find('td');
    var values = '';
    tds.each(function(index, item) {           
        values = values + 'td' + (index + 1) + ':' + $(item).html() + '<br/>';
    });
    $("#output").html(values);
});

Case insensitive string compare in LINQ-to-SQL

where row.name.StartsWith(q, true, System.Globalization.CultureInfo.CurrentCulture)

How to move the cursor word by word in the OS X Terminal

Here's how you can do it

By default, the Terminal has these shortcuts to move (left and right) word-by-word:

  • esc+B (left)
  • esc+F (right)

You can configure alt+ and to generate those sequences for you:

  • Open Terminal preferences (cmd+,);
  • At Settings tab, select Keyboard and double-click ? ? if it's there, or add it if it's not.
  • Set the modifier as desired, and type the shortcut key in the box: esc+B, generating the text \033b (you can't type this text manually).
  • Repeat for word-right (esc+F becomes \033f)

Alternatively, you can refer to this blog post over at textmate:

http://blog.macromates.com/2006/word-movement-in-terminal/

How to pass parameters to a partial view in ASP.NET MVC?

Use this overload (RenderPartialExtensions.RenderPartial on MSDN):

public static void RenderPartial(
    this HtmlHelper htmlHelper,
    string partialViewName,
    Object model
)

so:

@{Html.RenderPartial(
    "FullName",
    new { firstName = model.FirstName, lastName = model.LastName});
}

What is the difference between an Instance and an Object?

Object:

It is a generice term basically it is a Software bundle that has state(variables) and behaviour(methods)

Class:

A blue print(template) for an object instance-it's a unique object thing for example you create a object two times what does that mean is yo have created two instances

Let me give an example

Class student()
{
   private string firstName;
  public student(string fname)
  {
    firstName=fname;
  }
  Public string GetFirstName()
  {
    return firstName;
  }
}

Object example:

Student s1=new student("Martin"); Student s2=new student("Kumar");

The s1,s2 are having object of class Student

Instance:

s1 and s2 are instances of object student the two are unique.

it can be called as reference also.

basically the s1 and s2 are variables that are assigned an object

Using CSS for a fade-in effect on page load

Method 1:

If you are looking for a self-invoking transition then you should use CSS 3 Animations. They aren't supported either, but this is exactly the kind of thing they were made for.

CSS

#test p {
    margin-top: 25px;
    font-size: 21px;
    text-align: center;

    -webkit-animation: fadein 2s; /* Safari, Chrome and Opera > 12.1 */
       -moz-animation: fadein 2s; /* Firefox < 16 */
        -ms-animation: fadein 2s; /* Internet Explorer */
         -o-animation: fadein 2s; /* Opera < 12.1 */
            animation: fadein 2s;
}

@keyframes fadein {
    from { opacity: 0; }
    to   { opacity: 1; }
}

/* Firefox < 16 */
@-moz-keyframes fadein {
    from { opacity: 0; }
    to   { opacity: 1; }
}

/* Safari, Chrome and Opera > 12.1 */
@-webkit-keyframes fadein {
    from { opacity: 0; }
    to   { opacity: 1; }
}

/* Internet Explorer */
@-ms-keyframes fadein {
    from { opacity: 0; }
    to   { opacity: 1; }
}

/* Opera < 12.1 */
@-o-keyframes fadein {
    from { opacity: 0; }
    to   { opacity: 1; }
}

Demo

Browser Support

All modern browsers and Internet Explorer 10 (and later): http://caniuse.com/#feat=css-animation


Method 2:

Alternatively, you can use jQuery (or plain JavaScript; see the third code block) to change the class on load:

jQuery

$("#test p").addClass("load");?

CSS

#test p {
    opacity: 0;
    font-size: 21px;
    margin-top: 25px;
    text-align: center;

    -webkit-transition: opacity 2s ease-in;
       -moz-transition: opacity 2s ease-in;
        -ms-transition: opacity 2s ease-in;
         -o-transition: opacity 2s ease-in;
            transition: opacity 2s ease-in;
}

#test p.load {
    opacity: 1;
}

Plain JavaScript (not in the demo)

document.getElementById("test").children[0].className += " load";

Demo

Browser Support

All modern browsers and Internet Explorer 10 (and later): http://caniuse.com/#feat=css-transitions


Method 3:

Or, you can use the method that .Mail uses:

jQuery

$("#test p").delay(1000).animate({ opacity: 1 }, 700);?

CSS

#test p {
    opacity: 0;
    font-size: 21px;
    margin-top: 25px;
    text-align: center;
}

Demo

Browser Support

jQuery 1.x: All modern browsers and Internet Explorer 6 (and later): http://jquery.com/browser-support/
jQuery 2.x: All modern browsers and Internet Explorer 9 (and later): http://jquery.com/browser-support/

This method is the most cross-compatible as the target browser does not need to support CSS 3 transitions or animations.

SELECT only rows that contain only alphanumeric characters in MySQL

Try this code:

SELECT * FROM table WHERE column REGEXP '^[A-Za-z0-9]+$'

This makes sure that all characters match.

How to compare dates in c#

Firstly, understand that DateTime objects aren't formatted. They just store the Year, Month, Day, Hour, Minute, Second, etc as a numeric value and the formatting occurs when you want to represent it as a string somehow. You can compare DateTime objects without formatting them.

To compare an input date with DateTime.Now, you need to first parse the input into a date and then compare just the Year/Month/Day portions:

DateTime inputDate;
if(!DateTime.TryParse(inputString, out inputDate))
    throw new ArgumentException("Input string not in the correct format.");

if(inputDate.Date == DateTime.Now.Date) {
    // Same date!
}

How to access command line arguments of the caller inside a function?

My solution:

Create a function script that is called earlier than all other functions without passing any arguments to it, like this:

! /bin/bash

function init(){ ORIGOPT= "- $@ -" }

Afer that, you can call init and use the ORIGOPT var as needed,as a plus, I always assign a new var and copy the contents of ORIGOPT in my new functions, that way you can keep yourself assured nobody is going to touch it or change it.

I added spaces and dashes to make it easier to parse it with 'sed -E' also bash will not pass it as reference and make ORIGOPT grow as functions are called with more arguments.

append multiple values for one key in a dictionary

d = {} 

# import list of year,value pairs

for year,value in mylist:
    try:
        d[year].append(value)
    except KeyError:
        d[year] = [value]

The Python way - it is easier to receive forgiveness than ask permission!