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Python Threading String Arguments

I hope to provide more background knowledge here.

First, constructor signature of the of method threading::Thread:

class threading.Thread(group=None, target=None, name=None, args=(), kwargs={}, *, daemon=None)

args is the argument tuple for the target invocation. Defaults to ().

Second, A quirk in Python about tuple:

Empty tuples are constructed by an empty pair of parentheses; a tuple with one item is constructed by following a value with a comma (it is not sufficient to enclose a single value in parentheses).

On the other hand, a string is a sequence of characters, like 'abc'[1] == 'b'. So if send a string to args, even in parentheses (still a sting), each character will be treated as a single parameter.

However, Python is so integrated and is not like JavaScript where extra arguments can be tolerated. Instead, it throws an TypeError to complain.

How to change the default browser to debug with in Visual Studio 2008?

I have passed this problem in VS2012. When I can't find "Browse with.." on the right-click of the project, I found it on File Menu -> Browse with. If it doesn't appear, first you have to click on menu bar, then try open file menu again. If it still doesn't appear, you can just go to Quick Launch on the top right of menu bar then type it "Browse with".

React Native fetch() Network Request Failed

This is not an answer but option. I switched to https://github.com/joltup/rn-fetch-blob It works good both for form-data and files

android.content.Context.getPackageName()' on a null object reference

My class is not extends to Activiti. I solved the problem this way.

class MyOnBindViewHolder : LogicViewAdapterModel.LogicAdapter {
          ...
 holder.title.setOnClickListener({v->
                v.context.startActivity(Intent(context,  HomeActivity::class.java))
            })
          ...
    }

How to get memory available or used in C#

For the complete system you can add the Microsoft.VisualBasic Framework as a reference;

 Console.WriteLine("You have {0} bytes of RAM",
        new Microsoft.VisualBasic.Devices.ComputerInfo().TotalPhysicalMemory);
        Console.ReadLine();

Order of items in classes: Fields, Properties, Constructors, Methods

The closest you're likely to find is "Design Guidelines, Managed code and the .NET Framework" (http://blogs.msdn.com/brada/articles/361363.aspx) by Brad Abrams

Many standards are outlined here. The relevant section is 2.8 I think.

Is there a way to delete all the data from a topic or delete the topic before every run?

As a dirty workaround, you can adjust per-topic runtime retention settings, e.g. bin/kafka-topics.sh --zookeeper localhost:2181 --alter --topic my_topic --config retention.bytes=1 (retention.bytes=0 might also work)

After a short while kafka should free the space. Not sure if this has any implications compared to re-creating the topic.

ps. Better bring retention settings back, once kafka done with cleaning.

You can also use retention.ms to persist historical data

How do I get the App version and build number using Swift?

if let version = Bundle.main.infoDictionary?["CFBundleShortVersionString"] as? String {
        lblVersion.text = "Version \(version)"

    }

Swift apply .uppercaseString to only the first letter of a string

Swift 2.0 (Single line):

String(nameOfString.characters.prefix(1)).uppercaseString + String(nameOfString.characters.dropFirst())

onKeyPress Vs. onKeyUp and onKeyDown

KeyPress, KeyUp and KeyDown are analogous to, respectively: Click, MouseUp, and MouseDown.

  1. Down happens first
  2. Press happens second (when text is entered)
  3. Up happens last (when text input is complete).

The exception is webkit, which has an extra event in there:

keydown
keypress
textInput     
keyup

Below is a snippet you can use to see for yourself when the events get fired:

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window.addEventListener("keyup", log);
window.addEventListener("keypress", log);
window.addEventListener("keydown", log);

function log(event){
  console.log( event.type );
}
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Java client certificates over HTTPS/SSL

Have you set the KeyStore and/or TrustStore System properties?

java -Djavax.net.ssl.keyStore=pathToKeystore -Djavax.net.ssl.keyStorePassword=123456

or from with the code

System.setProperty("javax.net.ssl.keyStore", pathToKeyStore);

Same with javax.net.ssl.trustStore

How to check if a text field is empty or not in swift

Simply comparing the textfield object to the empty string "" is not the right way to go about this. You have to compare the textfield's text property, as it is a compatible type and holds the information you are looking for.

@IBAction func Button(sender: AnyObject) {
    if textField1.text == "" || textField2.text == "" {
        // either textfield 1 or 2's text is empty
    }
}

Swift 2.0:

Guard:

guard let text = descriptionLabel.text where !text.isEmpty else {
    return
}
text.characters.count  //do something if it's not empty

if:

if let text = descriptionLabel.text where !text.isEmpty
{
    //do something if it's not empty  
    text.characters.count  
}

Swift 3.0:

Guard:

guard let text = descriptionLabel.text, !text.isEmpty else {
    return
}
text.characters.count  //do something if it's not empty

if:

if let text = descriptionLabel.text, !text.isEmpty
{
    //do something if it's not empty  
    text.characters.count  
}

How to find out "The most popular repositories" on Github?

Ranking by stars or forks is not working. Each promoted or created by a famous company repository is popular at the beginning. Also it is possible to have a number of them which are in trend right now (publications, marketing, events). It doesn't mean that those repositories are useful/popular.

The gitmostwanted.com project (repo at github) analyses GH Archive data in order to highlight the most interesting repositories and exclude others. Just compare the results with mentioned resources.

How do I format XML in Notepad++?

The location of XML tools has changed slightly since this question was first asked.

I am currently using Notepad++ v7.8.6

New location is:

  • Plugins tab
  • Plugins Admin...
  • Plugins Admin dialog appears with Available plugins tab as the default
  • Scroll to the bottom and check the XML Tools checkbox
  • Click Install button in top right of the dialog

This will close Notepad++ while it installs and then restart it automatically.

Then there are a couple keyboard shortcuts to beautify the XML:

  • Pretty Print: Ctrl + Shift + Alt + B
  • Pretty Print (indent attributes): Ctrl + Shift + Alt + A

To see more XML Tools options:

  • Plugins tab
  • XML Tools option

How to insert array of data into mysql using php

if(is_array($EMailArr)){
    foreach($EMailArr as $key => $value){

    $R_ID = (int) $value['R_ID'];
    $email = mysql_real_escape_string( $value['email'] );
    $name = mysql_real_escape_string( $value['name'] );

    $sql = "INSERT INTO email_list (R_ID, EMAIL, NAME) values ('$R_ID', '$email', '$name')";
    mysql_query($sql) or exit(mysql_error()); 
    }
}

A better example solution with PDO:

 $q = $sql->prepare("INSERT INTO `email_list` 
                     SET `R_ID` = ?, `EMAIL` = ?, `NAME` = ?");

 foreach($EMailArr as $value){
   $q ->execute( array( $value['R_ID'], $value['email'], $value['name'] ));
 }

Text editor to open big (giant, huge, large) text files

Tips and tricks

less

Why are you using editors to just look at a (large) file?

Under *nix or Cygwin, just use less. (There is a famous saying – "less is more, more or less" – because "less" replaced the earlier Unix command "more", with the addition that you could scroll back up.) Searching and navigating under less is very similar to Vim, but there is no swap file and little RAM used.

There is a Win32 port of GNU less. See the "less" section of the answer above.

Perl

Perl is good for quick scripts, and its .. (range flip-flop) operator makes for a nice selection mechanism to limit the crud you have to wade through.

For example:

$ perl -n -e 'print if ( 1000000 .. 2000000)' humongo.txt | less

This will extract everything from line 1 million to line 2 million, and allow you to sift the output manually in less.

Another example:

$ perl -n -e 'print if ( /regex one/ .. /regex two/)' humongo.txt | less

This starts printing when the "regular expression one" finds something, and stops when the "regular expression two" find the end of an interesting block. It may find multiple blocks. Sift the output...

logparser

This is another useful tool you can use. To quote the Wikipedia article:

logparser is a flexible command line utility that was initially written by Gabriele Giuseppini, a Microsoft employee, to automate tests for IIS logging. It was intended for use with the Windows operating system, and was included with the IIS 6.0 Resource Kit Tools. The default behavior of logparser works like a "data processing pipeline", by taking an SQL expression on the command line, and outputting the lines containing matches for the SQL expression.

Microsoft describes Logparser as a powerful, versatile tool that provides universal query access to text-based data such as log files, XML files and CSV files, as well as key data sources on the Windows operating system such as the Event Log, the Registry, the file system, and Active Directory. The results of the input query can be custom-formatted in text based output, or they can be persisted to more specialty targets like SQL, SYSLOG, or a chart.

Example usage:

C:\>logparser.exe -i:textline -o:tsv "select Index, Text from 'c:\path\to\file.log' where line > 1000 and line < 2000"
C:\>logparser.exe -i:textline -o:tsv "select Index, Text from 'c:\path\to\file.log' where line like '%pattern%'"

The relativity of sizes

100 MB isn't too big. 3 GB is getting kind of big. I used to work at a print & mail facility that created about 2% of U.S. first class mail. One of the systems for which I was the tech lead accounted for about 15+% of the pieces of mail. We had some big files to debug here and there.

And more...

Feel free to add more tools and information here. This answer is community wiki for a reason! We all need more advice on dealing with large amounts of data...

Validation of radio button group using jQuery validation plugin

I had the same problem. Wound up just writing a custom highlight and unhighlight function for the validator. Adding this to the validaton options should add the error class to the element and its respective label:

        'highlight': function (element, errorClass, validClass) {
            if($(element).attr('type') == 'radio'){
                $(element.form).find("input[type=radio]").each(function(which){
                    $(element.form).find("label[for=" + this.id + "]").addClass(errorClass);
                    $(this).addClass(errorClass);
                });
            } else {
                $(element.form).find("label[for=" + element.id + "]").addClass(errorClass);
                $(element).addClass(errorClass);
            }
        },
        'unhighlight': function (element, errorClass, validClass) {
            if($(element).attr('type') == 'radio'){
                $(element.form).find("input[type=radio]").each(function(which){
                    $(element.form).find("label[for=" + this.id + "]").removeClass(errorClass);
                    $(this).removeClass(errorClass);
                });
            }else {
                $(element.form).find("label[for=" + element.id + "]").removeClass(errorClass);
                $(element).removeClass(errorClass);
            }
        },

E: gnupg, gnupg2 and gnupg1 do not seem to be installed, but one of them is required for this operation

In addition to existing answers:

RUN apt-get update && apt-get install -y gnupg

-y flag agrees to terms during installation process. It is important not to break the build

How to make Java 6, which fails SSL connection with "SSL peer shut down incorrectly", succeed like Java 7?

Bruno's answer was the correct one in the end. This is most easily controlled by the https.protocols system property. This is how you are able to control what the factory method returns. Set to "TLSv1" for example.

How to delete shared preferences data from App in Android

You can use the adb shell to do this even without a rooted phone. The only catch is that the app must be debuggable.

run-as <your package name> <command>

For example:

run-as com.asdf.blah rm /data/data/com.asdf.blah/databases/myDB.db

Alternatively, you can just do the above but without the command which will direct you to the app package root and allow you to execute more commands in the app's context.

What's the most elegant way to cap a number to a segment?

The way you do it is pretty standard. You can define a utility clamp function:

/**
 * Returns a number whose value is limited to the given range.
 *
 * Example: limit the output of this computation to between 0 and 255
 * (x * 255).clamp(0, 255)
 *
 * @param {Number} min The lower boundary of the output range
 * @param {Number} max The upper boundary of the output range
 * @returns A number in the range [min, max]
 * @type Number
 */
Number.prototype.clamp = function(min, max) {
  return Math.min(Math.max(this, min), max);
};

(Although extending language built-ins is generally frowned upon)

matrix multiplication algorithm time complexity

Using linear algebra, there exist algorithms that achieve better complexity than the naive O(n3). Solvay Strassen algorithm achieves a complexity of O(n2.807) by reducing the number of multiplications required for each 2x2 sub-matrix from 8 to 7.

The fastest known matrix multiplication algorithm is Coppersmith-Winograd algorithm with a complexity of O(n2.3737). Unless the matrix is huge, these algorithms do not result in a vast difference in computation time. In practice, it is easier and faster to use parallel algorithms for matrix multiplication.

Convert International String to \u Codes in java

this type name is Decode/Unescape Unicode. this site link online convertor.

What does {0} mean when found in a string in C#?

This is what we called Composite Formatting of the .NET Framework to convert the value of an object to its text representation and embed that representation in a string. The resulting string is written to the output stream.

The overloaded Console.WriteLine Method (String, Object)Writes the text representation of the specified object, followed by the current line terminator, to the standard output stream using the specified format information.

how to read a text file using scanner in Java?

If you are working in some IDE like Eclipse or NetBeans, you should have that a.txt file in the root directory of your project. (and not in the folder where your .class files are built or anywhere else)

If not, you should specify the absolute path to that file.


Edit:
You would put the .txt file in the same place with the .class(usually also the .java file because you compile in the same folder) compiled files if you compile it by hand with javac. This is because it uses the relative path and the path tells the JVM the path where the executable file is located.

If you use some IDE, it will generate the compiled files for you using a Makefile or something similar for Windows and will consider it's default file structure, so he knows that the relative path begins from the root folder of the project.

Class has no initializers Swift

Quick fix - make sure all variables which do not get initialized when they are created (eg var num : Int? vs var num = 5) have either a ? or !.

Long answer (reccomended) - read the doc as per mprivat suggests...

How can I tell if a VARCHAR variable contains a substring?

Instead of LIKE (which does work as other commenters have suggested), you can alternatively use CHARINDEX:

declare @full varchar(100) = 'abcdefg'
declare @find varchar(100) = 'cde'
if (charindex(@find, @full) > 0)
    print 'exists'

MVC 4 - Return error message from Controller - Show in View

Thanks for all the replies.

I was able to solve this by doing the following:

CONTROLLER:

[HttpPost]       
public ActionResult form_edit(FormModels model)
{
  model.error_msg = model.update_content(model);
  return RedirectToAction("Form_edit", "Form", model);
}

public ActionResult form_edit(FormModels model, string searchString,string id)
{
  string test = model.selectedvalue;
  var bal = new FormModels();
  bal.Countries = bal.get_contentdetails(searchString);
  bal.selectedvalue = id;
  bal.dd_text = "content_name";
  bal.dd_value = "content_id";

  test = model.error_msg;
  ViewBag.head = "Heading";

  if (model.error_msg != null)
  {
    ModelState.AddModelError("error_msg", test);
  }

  model.error_msg = "";
  return View(bal);
}   

VIEW:

@using (Html.BeginForm("form_edit", "Form", FormMethod.Post))
{
  <table>
    <tr>
      <td>
        @ViewBag.error
        @Html.ValidationMessage("error_msg")
      </td>
    </tr>
    <tr>
      <th>
        @Html.DisplayNameFor(model => model.content_name)
        @Html.DropDownListFor(x => x.selectedvalue, new SelectList(Model.Countries, Model.dd_value, Model.dd_text), "-- Select Product--")
      </th>
    </tr>
  </table>
}

Connection Java-MySql : Public Key Retrieval is not allowed

This also can be happened due to wrong user name or password. As solutions I've added allowPublicKeyRetrieval=true&useSSL=false part but still I got error then I checked the password and it was wrong.

What is the default text size on Android?

This will return default size of text on button in pixels.


Kotlin

val size = Button(this).textSize


Java

float size = new Button(this).getTextSize();

Text overwrite in visual studio 2010

If pressing the Insert key doesn't work, try doubleclicking the INS/OVR label in the lower right corner of Visual Studio.

How to upgrade OpenSSL in CentOS 6.5 / Linux / Unix from source?

The only thing you have to do is perform an yum update.

It will automatically download and update a backported version of openssl-1.0.1e-16.el6_5.7 which has been patched by RedHat with heartbeat disabled.

To verify the update simply check the changelog:
# rpm -q --changelog openssl-1.0.1e | grep -B 1 CVE-2014-0160
you should see the following:
* Mon Apr 07 2014 Tomáš Mráz <[email protected]> 1.0.1e-16.7 - fix CVE-2014-0160 - information disclosure in TLS heartbeat extension

Make sure you reboot the server because important services such as Apache and SSH use openSSL.

How Spring Security Filter Chain works

The Spring security filter chain is a very complex and flexible engine.

Key filters in the chain are (in the order)

  • SecurityContextPersistenceFilter (restores Authentication from JSESSIONID)
  • UsernamePasswordAuthenticationFilter (performs authentication)
  • ExceptionTranslationFilter (catch security exceptions from FilterSecurityInterceptor)
  • FilterSecurityInterceptor (may throw authentication and authorization exceptions)

Looking at the current stable release 4.2.1 documentation, section 13.3 Filter Ordering you could see the whole filter chain's filter organization:

13.3 Filter Ordering

The order that filters are defined in the chain is very important. Irrespective of which filters you are actually using, the order should be as follows:

  1. ChannelProcessingFilter, because it might need to redirect to a different protocol

  2. SecurityContextPersistenceFilter, so a SecurityContext can be set up in the SecurityContextHolder at the beginning of a web request, and any changes to the SecurityContext can be copied to the HttpSession when the web request ends (ready for use with the next web request)

  3. ConcurrentSessionFilter, because it uses the SecurityContextHolder functionality and needs to update the SessionRegistry to reflect ongoing requests from the principal

  4. Authentication processing mechanisms - UsernamePasswordAuthenticationFilter, CasAuthenticationFilter, BasicAuthenticationFilter etc - so that the SecurityContextHolder can be modified to contain a valid Authentication request token

  5. The SecurityContextHolderAwareRequestFilter, if you are using it to install a Spring Security aware HttpServletRequestWrapper into your servlet container

  6. The JaasApiIntegrationFilter, if a JaasAuthenticationToken is in the SecurityContextHolder this will process the FilterChain as the Subject in the JaasAuthenticationToken

  7. RememberMeAuthenticationFilter, so that if no earlier authentication processing mechanism updated the SecurityContextHolder, and the request presents a cookie that enables remember-me services to take place, a suitable remembered Authentication object will be put there

  8. AnonymousAuthenticationFilter, so that if no earlier authentication processing mechanism updated the SecurityContextHolder, an anonymous Authentication object will be put there

  9. ExceptionTranslationFilter, to catch any Spring Security exceptions so that either an HTTP error response can be returned or an appropriate AuthenticationEntryPoint can be launched

  10. FilterSecurityInterceptor, to protect web URIs and raise exceptions when access is denied

Now, I'll try to go on by your questions one by one:

I'm confused how these filters are used. Is it that for the spring provided form-login, UsernamePasswordAuthenticationFilter is only used for /login, and latter filters are not? Does the form-login namespace element auto-configure these filters? Does every request (authenticated or not) reach FilterSecurityInterceptor for non-login url?

Once you are configuring a <security-http> section, for each one you must at least provide one authentication mechanism. This must be one of the filters which match group 4 in the 13.3 Filter Ordering section from the Spring Security documentation I've just referenced.

This is the minimum valid security:http element which can be configured:

<security:http authentication-manager-ref="mainAuthenticationManager" 
               entry-point-ref="serviceAccessDeniedHandler">
    <security:intercept-url pattern="/sectest/zone1/**" access="hasRole('ROLE_ADMIN')"/>
</security:http>

Just doing it, these filters are configured in the filter chain proxy:

{
        "1": "org.springframework.security.web.context.SecurityContextPersistenceFilter",
        "2": "org.springframework.security.web.context.request.async.WebAsyncManagerIntegrationFilter",
        "3": "org.springframework.security.web.header.HeaderWriterFilter",
        "4": "org.springframework.security.web.csrf.CsrfFilter",
        "5": "org.springframework.security.web.savedrequest.RequestCacheAwareFilter",
        "6": "org.springframework.security.web.servletapi.SecurityContextHolderAwareRequestFilter",
        "7": "org.springframework.security.web.authentication.AnonymousAuthenticationFilter",
        "8": "org.springframework.security.web.session.SessionManagementFilter",
        "9": "org.springframework.security.web.access.ExceptionTranslationFilter",
        "10": "org.springframework.security.web.access.intercept.FilterSecurityInterceptor"
    }

Note: I get them by creating a simple RestController which @Autowires the FilterChainProxy and returns it's contents:

    @Autowired
    private FilterChainProxy filterChainProxy;

    @Override
    @RequestMapping("/filterChain")
    public @ResponseBody Map<Integer, Map<Integer, String>> getSecurityFilterChainProxy(){
        return this.getSecurityFilterChainProxy();
    }

    public Map<Integer, Map<Integer, String>> getSecurityFilterChainProxy(){
        Map<Integer, Map<Integer, String>> filterChains= new HashMap<Integer, Map<Integer, String>>();
        int i = 1;
        for(SecurityFilterChain secfc :  this.filterChainProxy.getFilterChains()){
            //filters.put(i++, secfc.getClass().getName());
            Map<Integer, String> filters = new HashMap<Integer, String>();
            int j = 1;
            for(Filter filter : secfc.getFilters()){
                filters.put(j++, filter.getClass().getName());
            }
            filterChains.put(i++, filters);
        }
        return filterChains;
    }

Here we could see that just by declaring the <security:http> element with one minimum configuration, all the default filters are included, but none of them is of a Authentication type (4th group in 13.3 Filter Ordering section). So it actually means that just by declaring the security:http element, the SecurityContextPersistenceFilter, the ExceptionTranslationFilter and the FilterSecurityInterceptor are auto-configured.

In fact, one authentication processing mechanism should be configured, and even security namespace beans processing claims for that, throwing an error during startup, but it can be bypassed adding an entry-point-ref attribute in <http:security>

If I add a basic <form-login> to the configuration, this way:

<security:http authentication-manager-ref="mainAuthenticationManager">
    <security:intercept-url pattern="/sectest/zone1/**" access="hasRole('ROLE_ADMIN')"/>
    <security:form-login />
</security:http>

Now, the filterChain will be like this:

{
        "1": "org.springframework.security.web.context.SecurityContextPersistenceFilter",
        "2": "org.springframework.security.web.context.request.async.WebAsyncManagerIntegrationFilter",
        "3": "org.springframework.security.web.header.HeaderWriterFilter",
        "4": "org.springframework.security.web.csrf.CsrfFilter",
        "5": "org.springframework.security.web.authentication.UsernamePasswordAuthenticationFilter",
        "6": "org.springframework.security.web.authentication.ui.DefaultLoginPageGeneratingFilter",
        "7": "org.springframework.security.web.savedrequest.RequestCacheAwareFilter",
        "8": "org.springframework.security.web.servletapi.SecurityContextHolderAwareRequestFilter",
        "9": "org.springframework.security.web.authentication.AnonymousAuthenticationFilter",
        "10": "org.springframework.security.web.session.SessionManagementFilter",
        "11": "org.springframework.security.web.access.ExceptionTranslationFilter",
        "12": "org.springframework.security.web.access.intercept.FilterSecurityInterceptor"
    }

Now, this two filters org.springframework.security.web.authentication.UsernamePasswordAuthenticationFilter and org.springframework.security.web.authentication.ui.DefaultLoginPageGeneratingFilter are created and configured in the FilterChainProxy.

So, now, the questions:

Is it that for the spring provided form-login, UsernamePasswordAuthenticationFilter is only used for /login, and latter filters are not?

Yes, it is used to try to complete a login processing mechanism in case the request matches the UsernamePasswordAuthenticationFilter url. This url can be configured or even changed it's behaviour to match every request.

You could too have more than one Authentication processing mechanisms configured in the same FilterchainProxy (such as HttpBasic, CAS, etc).

Does the form-login namespace element auto-configure these filters?

No, the form-login element configures the UsernamePasswordAUthenticationFilter, and in case you don't provide a login-page url, it also configures the org.springframework.security.web.authentication.ui.DefaultLoginPageGeneratingFilter, which ends in a simple autogenerated login page.

The other filters are auto-configured by default just by creating a <security:http> element with no security:"none" attribute.

Does every request (authenticated or not) reach FilterSecurityInterceptor for non-login url?

Every request should reach it, as it is the element which takes care of whether the request has the rights to reach the requested url. But some of the filters processed before might stop the filter chain processing just not calling FilterChain.doFilter(request, response);. For example, a CSRF filter might stop the filter chain processing if the request has not the csrf parameter.

What if I want to secure my REST API with JWT-token, which is retrieved from login? I must configure two namespace configuration http tags, rights? Other one for /login with UsernamePasswordAuthenticationFilter, and another one for REST url's, with custom JwtAuthenticationFilter.

No, you are not forced to do this way. You could declare both UsernamePasswordAuthenticationFilter and the JwtAuthenticationFilter in the same http element, but it depends on the concrete behaviour of each of this filters. Both approaches are possible, and which one to choose finnally depends on own preferences.

Does configuring two http elements create two springSecurityFitlerChains?

Yes, that's true

Is UsernamePasswordAuthenticationFilter turned off by default, until I declare form-login?

Yes, you could see it in the filters raised in each one of the configs I posted

How do I replace SecurityContextPersistenceFilter with one, which will obtain Authentication from existing JWT-token rather than JSESSIONID?

You could avoid SecurityContextPersistenceFilter, just configuring session strategy in <http:element>. Just configure like this:

<security:http create-session="stateless" >

Or, In this case you could overwrite it with another filter, this way inside the <security:http> element:

<security:http ...>  
   <security:custom-filter ref="myCustomFilter" position="SECURITY_CONTEXT_FILTER"/>    
</security:http>
<beans:bean id="myCustomFilter" class="com.xyz.myFilter" />

EDIT:

One question about "You could too have more than one Authentication processing mechanisms configured in the same FilterchainProxy". Will the latter overwrite the authentication performed by first one, if declaring multiple (Spring implementation) authentication filters? How this relates to having multiple authentication providers?

This finally depends on the implementation of each filter itself, but it's true the fact that the latter authentication filters at least are able to overwrite any prior authentication eventually made by preceding filters.

But this won't necesarily happen. I have some production cases in secured REST services where I use a kind of authorization token which can be provided both as a Http header or inside the request body. So I configure two filters which recover that token, in one case from the Http Header and the other from the request body of the own rest request. It's true the fact that if one http request provides that authentication token both as Http header and inside the request body, both filters will try to execute the authentication mechanism delegating it to the manager, but it could be easily avoided simply checking if the request is already authenticated just at the begining of the doFilter() method of each filter.

Having more than one authentication filter is related to having more than one authentication providers, but don't force it. In the case I exposed before, I have two authentication filter but I only have one authentication provider, as both of the filters create the same type of Authentication object so in both cases the authentication manager delegates it to the same provider.

And opposite to this, I too have a scenario where I publish just one UsernamePasswordAuthenticationFilter but the user credentials both can be contained in DB or LDAP, so I have two UsernamePasswordAuthenticationToken supporting providers, and the AuthenticationManager delegates any authentication attempt from the filter to the providers secuentially to validate the credentials.

So, I think it's clear that neither the amount of authentication filters determine the amount of authentication providers nor the amount of provider determine the amount of filters.

Also, documentation states SecurityContextPersistenceFilter is responsible of cleaning the SecurityContext, which is important due thread pooling. If I omit it or provide custom implementation, I have to implement the cleaning manually, right? Are there more similar gotcha's when customizing the chain?

I did not look carefully into this filter before, but after your last question I've been checking it's implementation, and as usually in Spring, nearly everything could be configured, extended or overwrited.

The SecurityContextPersistenceFilter delegates in a SecurityContextRepository implementation the search for the SecurityContext. By default, a HttpSessionSecurityContextRepository is used, but this could be changed using one of the constructors of the filter. So it may be better to write an SecurityContextRepository which fits your needs and just configure it in the SecurityContextPersistenceFilter, trusting in it's proved behaviour rather than start making all from scratch.

How to convert a "dd/mm/yyyy" string to datetime in SQL Server?

The last argument of CONVERT seems to determine the format used for parsing. Consult MSDN docs for CONVERT.

111 - the one you are using is Japan yy/mm/dd.

I guess the one you are looking for is 103, that is dd/mm/yyyy.

So you should try:

 SELECT convert(datetime, '23/07/2009', 103)

Deploying my application at the root in Tomcat

Adding to @Dima's answer, if you're using maven to build your package, you can tell it to set your WAR file name to ROOT in pom.xml:

<build>
    <finalName>ROOT</finalName>
</build>

By default, tomcat will deploy ROOT.war webapp into root context (/).

Is it bad practice to use break to exit a loop in Java?

Using break in loops can be perfectly legitimate and it can even be the only way to solve some problems.

However, it's bad reputation comes from the fact that new programmers usually abuse it, leading to confusing code, especially by using break to stop the loop in conditions that could have been written in the loop condition statement in the first place.

Creating a textarea with auto-resize

You can use JQuery to expand the textarea while typing:

_x000D_
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$(document).find('textarea').each(function () {_x000D_
  var offset = this.offsetHeight - this.clientHeight;_x000D_
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  $(this).on('keyup input focus', function () {_x000D_
    $(this).css('height', 'auto').css('height', this.scrollHeight + offset);_x000D_
  });_x000D_
});
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<script src="https://cdnjs.cloudflare.com/ajax/libs/jquery/3.3.1/jquery.min.js"></script>_x000D_
_x000D_
<div>_x000D_
<textarea name="note"></textarea>_x000D_
<div>
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Validate phone number using javascript

In JavaScript, the below regular expression can be used for a phone number :

^((\+1)?[\s-]?)?\(?[1-9]\d\d\)?[\s-]?[1-9]\d\d[\s-]?\d\d\d\d

e.g; 9999875099 , 8750999912 etc.

Reference : https://techsolutions.filebizz.com/2020/08/regular-expression-for-phone-number-in.html

Maximum size of an Array in Javascript

I have shamelessly pulled some pretty big datasets in memory, and altough it did get sluggish it took maybe 15 Mo of data upwards with pretty intense calculations on the dataset. I doubt you will run into problems with memory unless you have intense calculations on the data and many many rows. Profiling and benchmarking with different mock resultsets will be your best bet to evaluate performance.

Where is android studio building my .apk file?

For Android Studio:

If you haven't built the APK at least once, you might not find the /Outputs/APK folder. Go to Build in Android Studio and one of the last three options is Build APK, select that. It will then create that folder and you will find your APK file there.

Left-pad printf with spaces

int space = 40;
printf("%*s", space, "Hello");

This statement will reserve a row of 40 characters, print string at the end of the row (removing extra spaces such that the total row length is constant at 40). Same can be used for characters and integers as follows:

printf("%*d", space, 10);
printf("%*c", space, 'x');

This method using a parameter to determine spaces is useful where a variable number of spaces is required. These statements will still work with integer literals as follows:

printf("%*d", 10, 10);
printf("%*c", 20, 'x');
printf("%*s", 30, "Hello");

Hope this helps someone like me in future.

Uncaught TypeError: Cannot read property 'value' of undefined

The posts here help me a lot on my way to find a solution for the Uncaught TypeError: Cannot read property 'value' of undefined issue.

There are already here many answers which are correct, but what we don't have here is the combination for 2 answers that i think resolve this issue completely.

function myFunction(field, data){
  if (typeof document.getElementsByName("+field+")[0] != 'undefined'){
  document.getElementsByName("+field+")[0].value=data;
 }
}

The difference is that you make a check(if a property is defined or not) and if the check is true then you can try to assign it a value.

LINQ's Distinct() on a particular property

If you don't want to add the MoreLinq library to your project just to get the DistinctBy functionality then you can get the same end result using the overload of Linq's Distinct method that takes in an IEqualityComparer argument.

You begin by creating a generic custom equality comparer class that uses lambda syntax to perform custom comparison of two instances of a generic class:

public class CustomEqualityComparer<T> : IEqualityComparer<T>
{
    Func<T, T, bool> _comparison;
    Func<T, int> _hashCodeFactory;

    public CustomEqualityComparer(Func<T, T, bool> comparison, Func<T, int> hashCodeFactory)
    {
        _comparison = comparison;
        _hashCodeFactory = hashCodeFactory;
    }

    public bool Equals(T x, T y)
    {
        return _comparison(x, y);
    }

    public int GetHashCode(T obj)
    {
        return _hashCodeFactory(obj);
    }
}

Then in your main code you use it like so:

Func<Person, Person, bool> areEqual = (p1, p2) => int.Equals(p1.Id, p2.Id);

Func<Person, int> getHashCode = (p) => p.Id.GetHashCode();

var query = people.Distinct(new CustomEqualityComparer<Person>(areEqual, getHashCode));

Voila! :)

The above assumes the following:

  • Property Person.Id is of type int
  • The people collection does not contain any null elements

If the collection could contain nulls then simply rewrite the lambdas to check for null, e.g.:

Func<Person, Person, bool> areEqual = (p1, p2) => 
{
    return (p1 != null && p2 != null) ? int.Equals(p1.Id, p2.Id) : false;
};

EDIT

This approach is similar to the one in Vladimir Nesterovsky's answer but simpler.

It is also similar to the one in Joel's answer but allows for complex comparison logic involving multiple properties.

However, if your objects can only ever differ by Id then another user gave the correct answer that all you need to do is override the default implementations of GetHashCode() and Equals() in your Person class and then just use the out-of-the-box Distinct() method of Linq to filter out any duplicates.

How can I set Image source with base64

img = new Image();
img.src = "data:image/png;base64, iVBORw0KGgoAAAANSUhEUgAAAAUAAAAFCAYAAACNbyblAAAAHElEQVQI12P4//8/w38GIAXDIBKE0DHxgljNBAAO9TXL0Y4OHwAAAABJRU5ErkJggg=="
img.outerHTML;
"<img src="data:image/png;base64, iVBORw0KGgoAAAANSUhEUgAAAAUAAAAFCAYAAACNbyblAAAAHElEQVQI12P4//8/w38GIAXDIBKE0DHxgljNBAAO9TXL0Y4OHwAAAABJRU5ErkJggg==">"

Difference between "or" and || in Ruby?

It's a matter of operator precedence.

|| has a higher precedence than or.

So, in between the two you have other operators including ternary (? :) and assignment (=) so which one you choose can affect the outcome of statements.

Here's a ruby operator precedence table.

See this question for another example using and/&&.

Also, be aware of some nasty things that could happen:

a = false || true  #=> true
a  #=> true

a = false or true  #=> true
a  #=> false

Both of the previous two statements evaluate to true, but the second sets a to false since = precedence is lower than || but higher than or.

Get multiple elements by Id

You should use querySelectorAll, this writes every occurrence in an array and it allows you to use forEach to get individual element.

document.querySelectorAll('[id=test]').forEach(element=> 
    document.write(element);
});

Invalid use side-effecting operator Insert within a function

There is an exception (I'm using SQL 2014) when you are only using Insert/Update/Delete on Declared-Tables. These Insert/Update/Delete statements cannot contain an OUTPUT statement. The other restriction is that you are not allowed to do a MERGE, even into a Declared-Table. I broke up my Merge statements, that didn't work, into Insert/Update/Delete statements that did work.

The reason I didn't convert it to a stored-procedure is that the table-function was faster (even without the MERGE) than the stored-procedure. This is despite the stored-procedure allowing me to use Temp-Tables that have statistics. I needed the table-function to be very fast, since it is called 20-K times/day. This table function never updates the database.

I also noticed that the NewId() and RAND() SQL functions are not allowed in a function.

What is the purpose of backbone.js?

So many good answers already. Backbone js helps to keep the code organised. Changing the model/collection takes care of the view rendering automaticallty which reduces lot of development overhead.

Even though it provides maximum flexibility for development, developers should be careful to destroy the models and remove the views properly. Otherwise there may be memory leak in the application.

Array of char* should end at '\0' or "\0"?

According to the C99 spec,

  • NULL expands to a null pointer constant, which is not required to be, but typically is of type void *
  • '\0' is a character constant; character constants are of type int, so it's equivalen to plain 0
  • "\0" is a null-terminated string literal and equivalent to the compound literal (char [2]){ 0, 0 }

NULL, '\0' and 0 are all null pointer constants, so they'll all yield null pointers on conversion, whereas "\0" yields a non-null char * (which should be treated as const as modification is undefined); as this pointer may be different for each occurence of the literal, it can't be used as sentinel value.

Although you may use any integer constant expression of value 0 as a null pointer constant (eg '\0' or sizeof foo - sizeof foo + (int)0.0), you should use NULL to make your intentions clear.

How do you create a custom AuthorizeAttribute in ASP.NET Core?

If anyone just wants to validate a bearer token in the authorize phase using the current security practices you can,

add this to your Startup/ConfigureServices

    services.AddSingleton<IAuthorizationHandler, BearerAuthorizationHandler>();
    services.AddAuthentication(JwtBearerDefaults.AuthenticationScheme).AddJwtBearer();

    services.AddAuthorization(options => options.AddPolicy("Bearer",
        policy => policy.AddRequirements(new BearerRequirement())
        )
    );

and this in your codebase,

public class BearerRequirement : IAuthorizationRequirement
{
    public async Task<bool> IsTokenValid(SomeValidationContext context, string token)
    {
        // here you can check if the token received is valid 
        return true;
    }
}

public class BearerAuthorizationHandler : AuthorizationHandler<BearerRequirement> 
{

    public BearerAuthorizationHandler(SomeValidationContext thatYouCanInject)
    {
       ...
    }

    protected override async Task HandleRequirementAsync(AuthorizationHandlerContext context, BearerRequirement requirement)
    {
        var authFilterCtx = (Microsoft.AspNetCore.Mvc.Filters.AuthorizationFilterContext)context.Resource;
        string authHeader = authFilterCtx.HttpContext.Request.Headers["Authorization"];
        if (authHeader != null && authHeader.Contains("Bearer"))
        {
            var token = authHeader.Replace("Bearer ", string.Empty);
            if (await requirement.IsTokenValid(thatYouCanInject, token))
            {
                context.Succeed(requirement);
            }
        }
    }
}

If the code doesn't reach context.Succeed(...) it will Fail anyway (401).

And then in your controllers you can use

 [Authorize(Policy = "Bearer", AuthenticationSchemes = JwtBearerDefaults.AuthenticationScheme)]

angularjs ng-style: background-image isn't working

If we have a dynamic value that needs to go in a css background or background-image attribute, it can be just a bit more tricky to specify.

Let’s say we have a getImage() function in our controller. This function returns a string formatted similar to this: url(icons/pen.png). If we do, the ngStyle declaration is specified the exact same way as before:

ng-style="{ 'background-image': getImage() }"

Make sure to put quotes around the background-image key name. Remember, this must be formatted as a valid Javascript object key.

ViewDidAppear is not called when opening app from background

try adding this in AppDelegate applicationWillEnterForeground.

func applicationWillEnterForeground(_ application: UIApplication) {        
    // makes viewWillAppear run
    self.window?.rootViewController?.beginAppearanceTransition(true, animated: false)
    self.window?.rootViewController?.endAppearanceTransition()
}

css to make bootstrap navbar transparent

One workaround it to give the navbar container a "fixed-top" class and than change the fixed-top styles to "position: absolute";

Here is the code:

    <header class="nav-wrapper">
      <div class="container fixed-top">
        <nav class="navbar">
        </nav>
      </div>
    </header>

.fixed-top {
    position: absolute;
    top: 0;
    right: 0;
    left: 0;
    z-index: 1030;
}

How to find the UpgradeCode and ProductCode of an installed application in Windows 7


IMPORTANT: It's been a while since this answer was originally posted, and smart people came up with wiser answers. Check How can I find the Upgrade Code for an installed MSI file? from @ Stein Åsmul if you need a solid and comprehensive approach.


Here's another way (you don't need any tools):

  • open system registry and search for HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Uninstall key (if it's a 32-bit installer on a 64-bit machine, it might be under HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Wow6432Node\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Uninstall instead).
  • the GUIDs listed under that key are the products installed on this machine
  • find the one you're talking about - just step one by one until you see its name on the right pane

This GUID you stopped on is the ProductCode.

Now, if you're sure that reinstallation of this application will go fine, you can run the following command line:

msiexec /i {PRODUCT-CODE-GUID-HERE} REINSTALL=ALL REINSTALLMODE=omus /l*v log.txt

This will "repair" your application. Now look at the log file and search for "UpgradeCode". This value is dumped there.

NOTE: you should only do this if you are sure that reinstall flow is implemented correctly and this won't break your installed application.

Appending a byte[] to the end of another byte[]

Perhaps the easiest way:

ByteArrayOutputStream output = new ByteArrayOutputStream();

output.write(ciphertext);
output.write(mac);

byte[] out = output.toByteArray();

CSS3 Transition not working

Transition is more like an animation.

div.sicon a {
    background:-moz-radial-gradient(left, #ffffff 24%, #cba334 88%);
    transition: background 0.5s linear;
    -moz-transition: background 0.5s linear; /* Firefox 4 */
    -webkit-transition: background 0.5s linear; /* Safari and Chrome */
    -o-transition: background 0.5s linear; /* Opera */
    -ms-transition: background 0.5s linear; /* Explorer 10 */
}

So you need to invoke that animation with an action.

div.sicon a:hover {
    background:-moz-radial-gradient(left, #cba334 24%, #ffffff 88%);
}

Also check for browser support and if you still have some problem with whatever you're trying to do! Check css-overrides in your stylesheet and also check out for behavior: ***.htc css hacks.. there may be something overriding your transition!

You should check this out: http://www.w3schools.com/css/css3_transitions.asp

How to Auto resize HTML table cell to fit the text size

You can try this:

HTML

<table>
    <tr>
        <td class="shrink">element1</td>
        <td class="shrink">data</td>
        <td class="shrink">junk here</td>
        <td class="expand">last column</td>
    </tr>
    <tr>
        <td class="shrink">elem</td>
        <td class="shrink">more data</td>
        <td class="shrink">other stuff</td>
        <td class="expand">again, last column</td>
    </tr>
    <tr>
        <td class="shrink">more</td>
        <td class="shrink">of </td>
        <td class="shrink">these</td>
        <td class="expand">rows</td>
    </tr>
</table>

CSS

table {
    border: 1px solid green;
    border-collapse: collapse;
    width:100%;
}

table td {
    border: 1px solid green;
}

table td.shrink {
    white-space:nowrap
}
table td.expand {
    width: 99%
}

Python functions call by reference

Python already call by ref..

let's take example:

  def foo(var):
      print(hex(id(var)))


  x = 1 # any value
  print(hex(id(x))) # I think the id() give the ref... 
  foo(x)

OutPut

  0x50d43700 #with you might give another hex number deppend on your memory 
  0x50d43700

Is it possible to disable scrolling on a ViewPager

To disable swipe

 mViewPager.beginFakeDrag();

To enable swipe

 mViewPager.endFakeDrag();

How can I list ALL grants a user received?

select distinct 'GRANT '||privilege||' ON '||OWNER||'.'||TABLE_NAME||' TO '||RP.GRANTEE
from DBA_ROLE_PRIVS RP join ROLE_TAB_PRIVS RTP 
on (RP.GRANTED_ROLE = RTP.role)  
where (OWNER in ('YOUR USER') --Change User Name
   OR RP.GRANTEE in ('YOUR USER')) --Change User Name
and RP.GRANTEE not in ('SYS', 'SYSTEM')
;

IF... OR IF... in a windows batch file

The zmbq solution is good, but cannot be used in all situations, such as inside a block of code like a FOR DO(...) loop.

An alternative is to use an indicator variable. Initialize it to be undefined, and then define it only if any one of the OR conditions is true. Then use IF DEFINED as a final test - no need to use delayed expansion.

FOR ..... DO (
  set "TRUE="
  IF cond1 set TRUE=1
  IF cond2 set TRUE=1
  IF defined TRUE (
    ...
  ) else (
    ...
  )
)

You could add the ELSE IF logic that arasmussen uses on the grounds that it might perform a wee bit faster if the 1st condition is true, but I never bother.

Addendum - This is a duplicate question with nearly identical answers to Using an OR in an IF statement WinXP Batch Script

Final addendum - I almost forgot my favorite technique to test if a variable is any one of a list of case insensitive values. Initialize a test variable containing a delimitted list of acceptable values, and then use search and replace to test if your variable is within the list. This is very fast and uses minimal code for an arbitrarily long list. It does require delayed expansion (or else the CALL %%VAR%% trick). Also the test is CASE INSENSITIVE.

set "TEST=;val1;val2;val3;val4;val5;"
if "!TEST:;%VAR%;=!" neq "!TEST!" (echo true) else (echo false)

The above can fail if VAR contains =, so the test is not fool-proof.

If doing the test within a block where delayed expansion is needed to access current value of VAR then

for ... do (
  set "TEST=;val1;val2;val3;val4;val5;"
  for /f %%A in (";!VAR!;") do if "!TEST:%%A=!" neq "!TEST!" (echo true) else (echo false)
)

FOR options like "delims=" might be needed depending on expected values within VAR

The above strategy can be made reliable even with = in VAR by adding a bit more code.

set "TEST=;val1;val2;val3;val4;val5;"
if "!TEST:;%VAR%;=!" neq "!TEST!" if "!TEST:;%VAR%;=;%VAR%;"=="!TEST!" echo true

But now we have lost the ability of providing an ELSE clause unless we add an indicator variable. The code has begun to look a bit "ugly", but I think it is the best performing reliable method for testing if VAR is any one of an arbitrary number of case-insensitive options.

Finally there is a simpler version that I think is slightly slower because it must perform one IF for each value. Aacini provided this solution in a comment to the accepted answer in the before mentioned link

for %%A in ("val1" "val2" "val3" "val4" "val5") do if "%VAR%"==%%A echo true

The list of values cannot include the * or ? characters, and the values and %VAR% should not contain quotes. Quotes lead to problems if the %VAR% also contains spaces or special characters like ^, & etc. One other limitation with this solution is it does not provide the option for an ELSE clause unless you add an indicator variable. Advantages are it can be case sensitive or insensitive depending on presence or absence of IF /I option.

How to group pandas DataFrame entries by date in a non-unique column

This should work:

data.groupby(lambda x: data['date'][x].year)

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

Try using

unset($v)

It seems the only time a variable is not set is when it is specifically unset($v). It sounds like your meaning of 'existence' is different than PHP's definition. NULL is certainly existing, it is NULL.

Java Does Not Equal (!=) Not Working?

you can use equals() method to statisfy your demands. == in java programming language has a different meaning!

In python, how do I cast a class object to a dict

I think this will work for you.

class A(object):
    def __init__(self, a, b, c, sum, version='old'):
        self.a = a
        self.b = b
        self.c = c
        self.sum = 6
        self.version = version

    def __int__(self):
        return self.sum + 9000

    def __iter__(self):
        return self.__dict__.iteritems()

a = A(1,2,3,4,5)
print dict(a)

Output

{'a': 1, 'c': 3, 'b': 2, 'sum': 6, 'version': 5}

How to find the remainder of a division in C?

All the above answers are correct. Just providing with your dataset to find perfect divisor:

#include <stdio.h>

int main() 
{

int arr[7] = {3,5,7,8,9,17,19};
int j = 51;
int i = 0;

for (i=0 ; i < 7; i++) {
    if (j % arr[i] == 0)
        printf("%d is the perfect divisor of %d\n", arr[i], j);
}

return 0;
}

How do I use installed packages in PyCharm?

You should never need to modify the path directly, either through environment variables or sys.path. Whether you use the os (ex. apt-get), or pip in a virtualenv, packages will be installed to a location already on the path.

In your example, GNU Radio is installed to the system Python 2's standard site-packages location, which is already in the path. Pointing PyCharm at the correct interpreter is enough; if it isn't there is something else wrong that isn't apparent. It may be that /usr/bin/python does not point to the same interpreter that GNU Radio was installed in; try pointing specifically at the python2.7 binary. Or, PyCharm used to be somewhat bad at detecting packages; File > Invalidate Caches > Invalidate and Restart would tell it to rescan.

This answer will cover how you should set up a project environment, install packages in different scenarios, and configure PyCharm. I refer multiple times to the Python Packaging User Guide, written by the same group that maintains the official Python packaging tools.


The correct way to develop a Python application is with a virtualenv. Packages and version are installed without affecting the system or other projects. PyCharm has a built-in interface to create a virtualenv and install packages. Or you can create it from the command line and then point PyCharm at it.

$ cd MyProject
$ python2 -m virtualenv env
$ . env/bin/activate
$ pip install -U pip setuptools  # get the latest versions
$ pip install flask  # install other packages

In your PyCharm project, go to File > Settings > Project > Project Interpreter. If you used virtualenvwrapper or PyCharm to create the env, then it should show up in the menu. If not, click the gear, choose Add Local, and locate the Python binary in the env. PyCharm will display all the packages in the selected env.

choose an env

manually locate env


In some cases, such as with GNU Radio, there is no package to install with pip, the package was installed system-wide when you install the rest of GNU Radio (ex. apt-get install gnuradio). In this case, you should still use a virtualenv, but you'll need to make it aware of this system package.

$ python2 -m virtualenv --system-site-packages env

Unfortunately it looks a little messy, because all system packages will now appear in your env, but they are just links, you can still safely install or upgrade packages without affecting the system.


In some cases, you will have multiple local packages you're developing, and will want one project to use the other package. In this case you might think you have to add the local package to the other project's path, but this is not the case. You should install your package in development mode. All this requires is adding a setup.py file to your package, which will be required anyway to properly distribute and deploy the package later.

Minimal setup.py for your first project:

from setuptools import setup, find_packages

setup(
    name='mypackage',
    version='0.1',
    packages=find_packages(),
)

Then install it in your second project's env:

$ pip install -e /path/to/first/project

How can I discard remote changes and mark a file as "resolved"?

git checkout has the --ours option to check out the version of the file that you had locally (as opposed to --theirs, which is the version that you pulled in). You can pass . to git checkout to tell it to check out everything in the tree. Then you need to mark the conflicts as resolved, which you can do with git add, and commit your work once done:

git checkout --ours .  # checkout our local version of all files
git add -u             # mark all conflicted files as merged
git commit             # commit the merge

Note the . in the git checkout command. That's very important, and easy to miss. git checkout has two modes; one in which it switches branches, and one in which it checks files out of the index into the working copy (sometimes pulling them into the index from another revision first). The way it distinguishes is by whether you've passed a filename in; if you haven't passed in a filename, it tries switching branches (though if you don't pass in a branch either, it will just try checking out the current branch again), but it refuses to do so if there are modified files that that would effect. So, if you want a behavior that will overwrite existing files, you need to pass in . or a filename in order to get the second behavior from git checkout.

It's also a good habit to have, when passing in a filename, to offset it with --, such as git checkout --ours -- <filename>. If you don't do this, and the filename happens to match the name of a branch or tag, Git will think that you want to check that revision out, instead of checking that filename out, and so use the first form of the checkout command.

I'll expand a bit on how conflicts and merging work in Git. When you merge in someone else's code (which also happens during a pull; a pull is essentially a fetch followed by a merge), there are few possible situations.

The simplest is that you're on the same revision. In this case, you're "already up to date", and nothing happens.

Another possibility is that their revision is simply a descendent of yours, in which case you will by default have a "fast-forward merge", in which your HEAD is just updated to their commit, with no merging happening (this can be disabled if you really want to record a merge, using --no-ff).

Then you get into the situations in which you actually need to merge two revisions. In this case, there are two possible outcomes. One is that the merge happens cleanly; all of the changes are in different files, or are in the same files but far enough apart that both sets of changes can be applied without problems. By default, when a clean merge happens, it is automatically committed, though you can disable this with --no-commit if you need to edit it beforehand (for instance, if you rename function foo to bar, and someone else adds new code that calls foo, it will merge cleanly, but produce a broken tree, so you may want to clean that up as part of the merge commit in order to avoid having any broken commits).

The final possibility is that there's a real merge, and there are conflicts. In this case, Git will do as much of the merge as it can, and produce files with conflict markers (<<<<<<<, =======, and >>>>>>>) in your working copy. In the index (also known as the "staging area"; the place where files are stored by git add before committing them), you will have 3 versions of each file with conflicts; there is the original version of the file from the ancestor of the two branches you are merging, the version from HEAD (your side of the merge), and the version from the remote branch.

In order to resolve the conflict, you can either edit the file that is in your working copy, removing the conflict markers and fixing the code up so that it works. Or, you can check out the version from one or the other sides of the merge, using git checkout --ours or git checkout --theirs. Once you have put the file into the state you want it, you indicate that you are done merging the file and it is ready to commit using git add, and then you can commit the merge with git commit.

Where could I buy a valid SSL certificate?

The value of the certificate comes mostly from the trust of the internet users in the issuer of the certificate. To that end, Verisign is tough to beat. A certificate says to the client that you are who you say you are, and the issuer has verified that to be true.

You can get a free SSL certificate signed, for example, by StartSSL. This is an improvement on self-signed certificates, because your end-users would stop getting warning pop-ups informing them of a suspicious certificate on your end. However, the browser bar is not going to turn green when communicating with your site over https, so this solution is not ideal.

The cheapest SSL certificate that turns the bar green will cost you a few hundred dollars, and you would need to go through a process of proving the identity of your company to the issuer of the certificate by submitting relevant documents.

MySQL TEXT vs BLOB vs CLOB

TEXT is a data-type for text based input. On the other hand, you have BLOB and CLOB which are more suitable for data storage (images, etc) due to their larger capacity limits (4GB for example).

As for the difference between BLOB and CLOB, I believe CLOB has character encoding associated with it, which implies it can be suited well for very large amounts of text.

BLOB and CLOB data can take a long time to retrieve, relative to how quick data from a TEXT field can be retrieved. So, use only what you need.

Saving excel worksheet to CSV files with filename+worksheet name using VB

The code above works perfectly with one minor flaw; the resulting file is not saved with a .csv extension. – Tensigh 2 days ago

I added the following to code and it saved my file as a csv. Thanks for this bit of code.It all worked as expected.

ActiveWorkbook.SaveAs Filename:=SaveToDirectory & ThisWorkbook.Name & "-" & WS.Name & ".csv", FileFormat:=xlCSV

How can I ping a server port with PHP?

I think the answer to this question pretty much sums up the problem with your question.

If what you want to do is find out whether a given host will accept TCP connections on port 80, you can do this:

$host = '193.33.186.70'; 
$port = 80; 
$waitTimeoutInSeconds = 1; 
if($fp = fsockopen($host,$port,$errCode,$errStr,$waitTimeoutInSeconds)){   
   // It worked 
} else {
   // It didn't work 
} 
fclose($fp);

For anything other than TCP it will be more difficult (although since you specify 80, I guess you are looking for an active HTTP server, so TCP is what you want). TCP is sequenced and acknowledged, so you will implicitly receive a returned packet when a connection is successfully made. Most other transport protocols (commonly UDP, but others as well) do not behave in this manner, and datagrams will not be acknowledged unless the overlayed Application Layer protocol implements it.

The fact that you are asking this question in this manner tells me you have a fundamental gap in your knowledge on Transport Layer protocols. You should read up on ICMP and TCP, as well as the OSI Model.

Also, here's a slightly cleaner version to ping to hosts.

// Function to check response time
function pingDomain($domain){
    $starttime = microtime(true);
    $file      = fsockopen ($domain, 80, $errno, $errstr, 10);
    $stoptime  = microtime(true);
    $status    = 0;

    if (!$file) $status = -1;  // Site is down
    else {
        fclose($file);
        $status = ($stoptime - $starttime) * 1000;
        $status = floor($status);
    }
    return $status;
}

How do I import a .bak file into Microsoft SQL Server 2012?

.bak is a backup file generated in SQL Server.

Backup files importing means restoring a database, you can restore on a database created in SQL Server 2012 but the backup file should be from SQL Server 2005, 2008, 2008 R2, 2012 database.

You restore database by using following command...

RESTORE DATABASE YourDB FROM DISK = 'D:BackUpYourBaackUpFile.bak' WITH Recovery

You want to learn about how to restore .bak file follow the below link:

http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/ms186858(v=sql.90).aspx

Should C# or C++ be chosen for learning Games Programming (consoles)?

Look at it like this - while you can write a game in C#, it isn't going to open many career doors for you. If you know C++ and Lua, then you're going to be far more employable.

You're also not just talking about PC desktops and Consoles, games nowadays are very much for the mobile devices, so only knowing C# would limit you even further. Sure, C++ isn't going to be the optimal choice for writing iPhone apps, but you're going to be far closer to being an objective-C programmer if you know C++ than if you know C#.

Games devs use C++ not for legacy reasons (though having establish C++ engines and libraries helps) but for performance and experience. Game devs know C++, it works for them very well, so there's no need to change. Its not like line-of-business apps (on Windows) where the developer mindshare moves with the current Microsoft tools.

Change default global installation directory for node.js modules in Windows?

The default global folder is C:\Users\{username}\AppData\Roaming\npm. You can create (if it doesn't exist) a .npmrc file in C:\Users\{username}\ and add prefix = "path\\to\\yourglobalfolder". Note that, in windows, the path should be separated by double back-slash.

Dynamically add script tag with src that may include document.write

a nice little script I wrote to load multiple scripts:

function scriptLoader(scripts, callback) {

    var count = scripts.length;

    function urlCallback(url) {
        return function () {
            console.log(url + ' was loaded (' + --count + ' more scripts remaining).');
            if (count < 1) {
                callback();
            }
        };
    }

    function loadScript(url) {
        var s = document.createElement('script');
        s.setAttribute('src', url);
        s.onload = urlCallback(url);
        document.head.appendChild(s);
    }

    for (var script of scripts) {
        loadScript(script);
    }
};

usage:

scriptLoader(['a.js','b.js'], function() {
    // use code from a.js or b.js
});

Expanding a parent <div> to the height of its children

Does this do what you want?

.childRightCol, .childLeftCol
{
    display: inline-block;
    width: 50%;
    margin: 0;
    padding: 0;
    vertical-align: top;
}

Select current date by default in ASP.Net Calendar control

I too had the same problem in VWD 2010 and, by chance, I had two controls. One was available in code behind and one wasn't accessible. I thought that the order of statements in the controls was causing the issue. I put 'runat' before 'SelectedDate' and that seemed to fix it. When I put 'runat' after 'SelectedDate' it still worked! Unfortunately, I now don't know why it didn't work and haven't got the original that didn't work.

These now all work:-

<asp:Calendar ID="calDateFrom" SelectedDate="08/02/2011" SelectionMode="Day" runat="server"></asp:Calendar>
<asp:Calendar runat="server" SelectionMode="Day" SelectedDate="08/15/2011 12:00:00 AM" ID="Calendar1" VisibleDate="08/03/2011 12:00:00 AM"></asp:Calendar>
<asp:Calendar SelectionMode="Day" SelectedDate="08/31/2011 12:00:00 AM" runat="server" ID="calDateTo"></asp:Calendar>

SQL query with avg and group by

As I understand, you want the average value for each id at each pass. The solution is

SELECT id, pass, avg(value) FROM data_r1
GROUP BY id, pass;

Razor/CSHTML - Any Benefit over what we have?

  1. Everything is encoded by default!!! This is pretty huge.

  2. Declarative helpers can be compiled so you don't need to do anything special to share them. I think they will replace .ascx controls to some extent. You have to jump through some hoops to use an .ascx control in another project.

  3. You can make a section required which is nice.

Android studio logcat nothing to show

I just fixed it on mine. Look for tiny icons on the far right of the DDMS display which restore the Devices Logcat view and the ADB View.

When the DDMS first came up with both the "ADB Logs" and the "Devices | logcat" tab showing. The "Devices | logcat" is the one that should be showing the device output, but was blank. Somehow I managed to hide one or the other of those tabs, I forget exactly how. But, off to the right there was a tiny icon that said "Restore ADB" view, and I clicked it and it came up. Then there was another tiny icon that said "Restore Devices logcat view". I clicked that, and all of a sudden it appeared and was showing the device output again.

Error in setting JAVA_HOME

Do not include bin in your JAVA_HOME env variable

Sorting std::map using value

To build on Oli's solution (https://stackoverflow.com/a/5056797/2472351) using multimaps, you can replace the two template functions he used with the following:

template <typename A, typename B>
multimap<B, A> flip_map(map<A,B> & src) {

    multimap<B,A> dst;

    for(map<A, B>::const_iterator it = src.begin(); it != src.end(); ++it)
        dst.insert(pair<B, A>(it -> second, it -> first));

    return dst;
}

Here is an example program that shows all the key-value pairs being preserved after performing the flip.

#include <iostream>
#include <map>
#include <string>
#include <algorithm>

using namespace std;

template <typename A, typename B>
multimap<B, A> flip_map(map<A,B> & src) {

    multimap<B,A> dst;

    for(typename map<A, B>::const_iterator it = src.begin(); it != src.end(); ++it)
        dst.insert(pair<B, A>(it -> second, it -> first));

    return dst;
}

int main() {

    map<string, int> test;
    test["word"] = 1;
    test["spark"] = 15;
    test["the"] = 2;
    test["mail"] = 3;
    test["info"] = 3;
    test["sandwich"] = 15;

    cout << "Contents of original map:\n" << endl;
    for(map<string, int>::const_iterator it = test.begin(); it != test.end(); ++it)
        cout << it -> first << " " << it -> second << endl; 

    multimap<int, string> reverseTest = flip_map(test);

    cout << "\nContents of flipped map in descending order:\n" << endl;
    for(multimap<int, string>::const_reverse_iterator it = reverseTest.rbegin(); it != reverseTest.rend(); ++it)
        cout << it -> first << " " << it -> second << endl; 

    cout << endl;
}

Result:

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How to programmatically turn off WiFi on Android device?

You need the following permissions in your manifest file:

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

Then you can use the following in your activity class:

WifiManager wifiManager = (WifiManager) this.getApplicationContext().getSystemService(Context.WIFI_SERVICE); 
wifiManager.setWifiEnabled(true);
wifiManager.setWifiEnabled(false);

Use the following to check if it's enabled or not

boolean wifiEnabled = wifiManager.isWifiEnabled()

You'll find a nice tutorial on the subject on this site.

How do you get the contextPath from JavaScript, the right way?

I think you can achieve what you are looking for by combining number 1 with calling a function like in number 3.

You don't want to execute scripts on page load and prefer to call a function later on? Fine, just create a function that returns the value you would have set in a variable:

function getContextPath() {
   return "<%=request.getContextPath()%>";
}

It's a function so it wont be executed until you actually call it, but it returns the value directly, without a need to do DOM traversals or tinkering with URLs.

At this point I agree with @BalusC to use EL:

function getContextPath() {
   return "${pageContext.request.contextPath}";
}

or depending on the version of JSP fallback to JSTL:

function getContextPath() {
   return "<c:out value="${pageContext.request.contextPath}" />";
}

LINQ - Full Outer Join

I really hate these linq expressions, this is why SQL exists:

select isnull(fn.id, ln.id) as id, fn.firstname, ln.lastname
   from firstnames fn
   full join lastnames ln on ln.id=fn.id

Create this as sql view in database and import it as entity.

Of course, (distinct) union of left and right joins will make it too, but it is stupid.

"No X11 DISPLAY variable" - what does it mean?

One more thing that might be the problem in a case similar to described - X is not forwarded and $DISPLAY is not set when 'xauth' program is not installed on the remote side. You can see it searches for it when you run "ssh -Xv ip_address", and, if not found, fails, which's not seen unless you turn on verbose mode (a fail IMO). You can usually find 'xauth' in a package with the same name.

How to reset a form using jQuery with .reset() method

A reset button doesn't need any script at all (or name or id):

<input type="reset">

and you're done. But if you really must use script, note that every form control has a form property that references the form it's in, so you could do:

<input type="button" onclick="this.form.reset();">

But a reset button is a far better choice.

Proper way to initialize a C# dictionary with values?

I can't reproduce this issue in a simple .NET 4.0 console application:

static class Program
{
    static void Main(string[] args)
    {
        var myDict = new Dictionary<string, string>
        {
            { "key1", "value1" },
            { "key2", "value2" }
        };

        Console.ReadKey();
    }
}

Can you try to reproduce it in a simple Console application and go from there? It seems likely that you're targeting .NET 2.0 (which doesn't support it) or client profile framework, rather than a version of .NET that supports initialization syntax.

Difference between Big-O and Little-O Notation

Big-O is to little-o as = is to <. Big-O is an inclusive upper bound, while little-o is a strict upper bound.

For example, the function f(n) = 3n is:

  • in O(n²), o(n²), and O(n)
  • not in O(lg n), o(lg n), or o(n)

Analogously, the number 1 is:

  • = 2, < 2, and = 1
  • not = 0, < 0, or < 1

Here's a table, showing the general idea:

Big o table

(Note: the table is a good guide but its limit definition should be in terms of the superior limit instead of the normal limit. For example, 3 + (n mod 2) oscillates between 3 and 4 forever. It's in O(1) despite not having a normal limit, because it still has a lim sup: 4.)

I recommend memorizing how the Big-O notation converts to asymptotic comparisons. The comparisons are easier to remember, but less flexible because you can't say things like nO(1) = P.

How to restore the menu bar in Visual Studio Code

Press Ctrl + Shift + P to open the Command Palette, then write command : Toggle Menu Bar

Create a OpenSSL certificate on Windows

Consider using certificate depot web app to easily create private key and certificate based on it: http://www.cert-depot.com/

It can also create a PFX for you.

Disclaimer: I am the creator of certificate depot.

How to use HTML Agility pack

Main HTMLAgilityPack related code is as follows

using System;
using System.Net;
using System.Web;
using System.Web.Services;
using System.Web.Script.Services;
using System.Text.RegularExpressions;
using HtmlAgilityPack;

namespace GetMetaData
{
    /// <summary>
    /// Summary description for MetaDataWebService
    /// </summary>
    [WebService(Namespace = "http://tempuri.org/")]
    [WebServiceBinding(ConformsTo = WsiProfiles.BasicProfile1_1)]
    [System.ComponentModel.ToolboxItem(false)]
    // To allow this Web Service to be called from script, using ASP.NET AJAX, uncomment the following line.
    [System.Web.Script.Services.ScriptService]
    public class MetaDataWebService: System.Web.Services.WebService
    {
        [WebMethod]
        [ScriptMethod(UseHttpGet = false)]
        public MetaData GetMetaData(string url)
        {
            MetaData objMetaData = new MetaData();

            //Get Title
            WebClient client = new WebClient();
            string sourceUrl = client.DownloadString(url);

            objMetaData.PageTitle = Regex.Match(sourceUrl, @
            "\<title\b[^>]*\>\s*(?<Title>[\s\S]*?)\</title\>", RegexOptions.IgnoreCase).Groups["Title"].Value;

            //Method to get Meta Tags
            objMetaData.MetaDescription = GetMetaDescription(url);
            return objMetaData;
        }

        private string GetMetaDescription(string url)
        {
            string description = string.Empty;

            //Get Meta Tags
            var webGet = new HtmlWeb();
            var document = webGet.Load(url);
            var metaTags = document.DocumentNode.SelectNodes("//meta");

            if (metaTags != null)
            {
                foreach(var tag in metaTags)
                {
                    if (tag.Attributes["name"] != null && tag.Attributes["content"] != null && tag.Attributes["name"].Value.ToLower() == "description")
                    {
                        description = tag.Attributes["content"].Value;
                    }
                }
            } 
            else
            {
                description = string.Empty;
            }
            return description;
        }
    }
}

Java Embedded Databases Comparison

HSQLDB is a good candidate (the fact that it is used in OpenOffice may convinced some of you), but for such a small personnal application, why not using an object database (instead of a classic relationnal database) ?

I used DB4O in one of my projects, and I'm very satisfied with it. Being object-oriented, you don't need the whole Hibernate layer, and can directly insert/update/delete/query objects ! Moreover, you don't need to worry about the schema, you directly work with the objects and DB4O does the rest !

I agree that it may take some time to get used to this new type of database, but check the DB40 tutorial to see how easy it makes working with the DB !

EDIT: As said in the comments, DB4O handles automatically the newer versions of the classes. Moreover, a tool for browsing and updating the database outside of the application is available here : http://code.google.com/p/db4o-om/

What does value & 0xff do in Java?

In 32 bit format system the hexadecimal value 0xff represents 00000000000000000000000011111111 that is 255(15*16^1+15*16^0) in decimal. and the bitwise & operator masks the same 8 right most bits as in first operand.

How to return data from PHP to a jQuery ajax call

I figured it out. Need to use echo in PHP instead of return.

<?php 
  $output = some_function();
  echo $output;
?> 

And the jQ:

success: function(data) {
  doSomething(data);
}

Visual Studio can't build due to rc.exe

I had the same problem on VS 2013 and was able to fix it by changing the Platform Toolset.

You can find it in project settings, general.

E.g. switching Platform Toolset to VS 2010 will cause VS to use the Windows\v7.0A SDK.

You can check which SDK path is used by adding this to your prebuild event:

echo using SDK $(WindowsSdkDir)

HTML 5 Video "autoplay" not automatically starting in CHROME

I was just reading this article, and it says:

Important: the order of the video files is vital; Chrome currently has a bug in which it will not autoplay a .webm video if it comes after anything else.

So it looks like your problem would be solved if you put the .webm first in your list of sources. Hope that helps.

Could not insert new outlet connection: Could not find any information for the class named

  1. Close the project you are working on with.
  2. Delete your project's?DerivedData?folder. (This folder may inside your project's folder, or inside
    ~/Library/Developer/Xcode/DerivedData/
    (your project)/) or somewhere else that was setup by you.
  3. restart your project.

How do I tell if a regular file does not exist in Bash?

You can negate an expression with "!":

#!/bin/bash
FILE=$1

if [ ! -f "$FILE" ]
then
    echo "File $FILE does not exist"
fi

The relevant man page is man test or, equivalently, man [ -- or help test or help [ for the built-in bash command.

SQL Server: converting UniqueIdentifier to string in a case statement

I think I found the answer:

convert(nvarchar(50), RequestID)

Here's the link where I found this info:

http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/ms187928.aspx

Set scroll position

Also worth noting window.scrollBy(dx,dy) (ref)

How to get document height and width without using jquery

How to find out the document width and height very easily?

in HTML
<span id="hidden_placer" style="position:absolute;right:0;bottom:0;visibility:hidden;"></span>

in javascript

     var c=document.querySelector('#hidden_placer');

     var r=c.getBoundingClientRect();
     r.right=document width
     r.bottom=document height`

You may update this on every window resize event, if needed.

Set default option in mat-select

Read this if you are populating your mat-select asyncronously via an http request.

If you are using a service to make an api call to return the mat-select options values, you must set the 'selected value' on your form control as part of the 'complete' section of your service api call subscribe().

For example:

  this.customerService.getCustomers().subscribe(
  customers => this.customers = customers ,
  error => this.errorMessage = error as any,
  () => this.customerSelectControl.setValue(this.mySelectedValue));

Adb over wireless without usb cable at all for not rooted phones

Had same issue, however I'm using Macbook Pro (2016) which has USB-c only and I forgot my adapter at home.

Since unable to run adb at all on my development machine, I found a different approach.

Connecting phone with USB cable to another computer (in same WiFi) and enable run adb tcpip from there.

Master-machine : computer where development goes on, with only USB-C connectors

Slave-machine: another computer with USB and in same WiFi

Steps:

  1. Connect the phone to a different computer (slave-machine)
  2. Run adb usb && adb tcpip 5555 from there
  3. On master machine

    deko$: adb devices
    List of devices attached
    
    deko$: adb connect 10.0.20.153:5555
    connected to 10.0.20.153:5555
    
  4. Now Android Studio or Xamarin can install and run app on the phone


Sidenote:

I also tested Bluetooth tethering from the Phone to Master-machine and successfully connected to phone. Both Android Studio and Xamarin worked well, however the upload process, from Xamarin was taking long time. But it works.

How to register multiple implementations of the same interface in Asp.Net Core?

Another option is to use the extension method GetServices from Microsoft.Extensions.DependencyInjection.

Register your services as:

services.AddSingleton<IService, ServiceA>();
services.AddSingleton<IService, ServiceB>();
services.AddSingleton<IService, ServiceC>();

Then resolve with a little of Linq:

var services = serviceProvider.GetServices<IService>();
var serviceB = services.First(o => o.GetType() == typeof(ServiceB));

or

var serviceZ = services.First(o => o.Name.Equals("Z"));

(assuming that IService has a string property called "Name")

Make sure to have using Microsoft.Extensions.DependencyInjection;

Update

AspNet 2.1 source: GetServices

How to check whether particular port is open or closed on UNIX?

Try (maybe as root)

lsof -i -P

and grep the output for the port you are looking for.

For example to check for port 80 do

lsof -i -P | grep :80

How can I make space between two buttons in same div?

I used the Bootstrap 4 buttons plugin (https://getbootstrap.com/docs/4.0/components/buttons/#button-plugin) and added the class rounded to the labels and the class mx-1 to the middle button to achieve the desired look and feel of separate radio buttons. Using the class btn-toolbar made the radio button circles appear for me which is not what I wanted. Hope this helps someone.

        <div class="btn-group btn-group-toggle" data-toggle="buttons">
            <label class="btn btn-secondary active rounded">
                <input type="radio" name="options" id="option1" autocomplete="off" checked> Active
            </label>
            <label class="btn btn-secondary rounded mx-1">
                <input type="radio" name="options" id="option2" autocomplete="off"> Radio
            </label>
            <label class="btn btn-secondary rounded">
                <input type="radio" name="options" id="option3" autocomplete="off"> Radio
            </label>
        </div>

How to implement a queue using two stacks?

**Easy JS solution **

  • Note: I took ideas from other people comment

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deQueue(q)_x000D_
 1) If both stacks are empty then error._x000D_
 2) If stack2 is empty_x000D_
   While stack1 is not empty, push everything from stack1 to stack2._x000D_
 3) Pop the element from stack2 and return it._x000D_
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class myQueue {_x000D_
    constructor() {_x000D_
        this.stack1 = [];_x000D_
        this.stack2 = [];_x000D_
    }_x000D_
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    push(item) {_x000D_
        this.stack1.push(item)_x000D_
    }_x000D_
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    remove() {_x000D_
        if (this.stack1.length == 0 && this.stack2.length == 0) {_x000D_
            return "Stack are empty"_x000D_
        }_x000D_
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        if (this.stack2.length == 0) {_x000D_
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            while (this.stack1.length != 0) {_x000D_
                this.stack2.push(this.stack1.pop())_x000D_
            }_x000D_
        }_x000D_
        return this.stack2.pop()_x000D_
    }_x000D_
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    peek() {_x000D_
        if (this.stack2.length == 0 && this.stack1.length == 0) {_x000D_
            return 'Empty list'_x000D_
        }_x000D_
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        if (this.stack2.length == 0) {_x000D_
            while (this.stack1.length != 0) {_x000D_
                this.stack2.push(this.stack1.pop())_x000D_
            }_x000D_
        }_x000D_
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        return this.stack2[0]_x000D_
    }_x000D_
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    isEmpty() {_x000D_
        return this.stack2.length === 0 && this.stack1.length === 0;_x000D_
    }_x000D_
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const q = new myQueue();_x000D_
q.push(1);_x000D_
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How to access custom attributes from event object in React?

// Method inside the component
userClick(event){
 let tag = event.currentTarget.dataset.tag;
 console.log(tag); // should return Tagvalue
}
// when render element
<a data-tag="TagValue" onClick={this.userClick}>Click me</a>

Sending HTML Code Through JSON

You can send it as a String, why not. But you are probably missusing JSON here a bit since as far as I understand the point is to send just the data needed and wrap them into HTML on the client.

SqlBulkCopy - The given value of type String from the data source cannot be converted to type money of the specified target column

For the people stumbling across this question and getting a similar error message in regards to an nvarchar instead of money:

The given value of type String from the data source cannot be converted to type nvarchar of the specified target column.

This could be caused by a too-short column.

For example, if your column is defined as nvarchar(20) and you have a 40 character string, you may get this error.

Source

How to return a list of keys from a Hash Map?

List<String> yourList = new ArrayList<>(map.keySet());

This is will do just fine.

Pressing Ctrl + A in Selenium WebDriver

I found that in Ruby, you can pass two arguments to send_keys

Like this:

element.send_keys(:control, 'A')

How to install Anaconda on RaspBerry Pi 3 Model B

If you're interested in generalizing to different architectures, you could also run the command above and substitute uname -m in with backticks like so:

wget http://repo.continuum.io/miniconda/Miniconda3-latest-Linux-`uname -m`.sh

How to iterate std::set?

One more thing that might be useful for beginners is , since std::set is not allocated with contiguous memory chunks , if someone want to iterate till kth element normal way will not work. example:

std::vector<int > vec{1,2,3,4,5};
int k=3;
for(auto itr=vec.begin();itr<vec.begin()+k;itr++) cout<<*itr<<" ";

std::unordered_set<int > s{1,2,3,4,5};
int k=3;
int index=0;
auto itr=s.begin();
while(true){
   if(index==k) break;
   cout<<*itr++<<" ";
   index++;
}

How do I do a simple 'Find and Replace" in MsSQL?

This pointed me in the right direction, but I have a DB that originated in MSSQL 2000 and is still using the ntext data type for the column I was replacing on. When you try to run REPLACE on that type you get this error:

Argument data type ntext is invalid for argument 1 of replace function.

The simplest fix, if your column data fits within nvarchar, is to cast the column during replace. Borrowing the code from the accepted answer:

UPDATE YourTable
SET Column1 = REPLACE(cast(Column1 as nvarchar(max)),'a','b')
WHERE Column1 LIKE '%a%'

This worked perfectly for me. Thanks to this forum post I found for the fix. Hopefully this helps someone else!

Bootstrap: Use .pull-right without having to hardcode a negative margin-top

Float elements will be rendered at the line they are normally in the layout. To fix this, you have two choices:

Move the header and the p after the login box:

<div class='container'>
    <div class='hero-unit'>

        <div id='login-box' class='pull-right control-group'>
            <div class='clearfix'>
                <input type='text' placeholder='Username' />
            </div>
            <div class='clearfix'>
                <input type='password' placeholder='Password' />
            </div>
            <button type='button' class='btn btn-primary'>Log in</button>
        </div>

        <h2>Welcome</h2>

        <p>Please log in</p>

    </div>
</div>

Or enclose the left block in a pull-left div, and add a clearfix at the bottom

<div class='container'>
    <div class='hero-unit'>

        <div class="pull-left">

          <h2>Welcome</h2>

          <p>Please log in</p>

        </div>

        <div id='login-box' class='pull-right control-group'>
            <div class='clearfix'>
                <input type='text' placeholder='Username' />
            </div>
            <div class='clearfix'>
                <input type='password' placeholder='Password' />
            </div>
            <button type='button' class='btn btn-primary'>Log in</button>
        </div>

        <div class="clearfix"></div>

    </div>
</div>

Laravel 5.2 redirect back with success message

You should remove web middleware from routes.php. Adding web middleware manually causes session and request related problems in Laravel 5.2.27 and higher.

If it didn't help (still, keep routes.php without web middleware), you can try little bit different approach:

return redirect()->back()->with('message', 'IT WORKS!');

Displaying message if it exists:

@if(session()->has('message'))
    <div class="alert alert-success">
        {{ session()->get('message') }}
    </div>
@endif

How to write unit testing for Angular / TypeScript for private methods with Jasmine

This route I take is one where I create functions outside the class and assign the function to my private method.

export class MyClass {
  private _myPrivateFunction = someFunctionThatCanBeTested;
}

function someFunctionThatCanBeTested() {
  //This Is Testable
}

Now I don't know what type of OOP rules I am breaking, but to answer the question, this is how I test private methods. I welcome anyone to advise on Pros & Cons of this.

How to check whether an object is a date?

This is a pretty simple approach and doesn't experience a lot of the edge cases in the existing answers.

// Invalid Date.getTime() will produce NaN
if (date instanceof Date && date.getTime()) {
    console.log("is date!");
}

It won't fire with other objects like numbers, makes sure the value is actually a Date (rather than an object that looks like one), and it avoids Invalid Dates.

How to finish current activity in Android

You need to call finish() from the UI thread, not a background thread. The way to do this is to declare a Handler and ask the Handler to run a Runnable on the UI thread. For example:

public class LoadingScreen extends Activity{
    private LoadingScreen loadingScreen;
    Intent i = new Intent(this, HomeScreen.class);
    Handler handler;
    @Override
    public void onCreate(Bundle savedInstanceState) {
        super.onCreate(savedInstanceState);
        handler = new Handler();
        setContentView(R.layout.loading);

        CountDownTimer timer = new CountDownTimer(10000, 1000) //10seceonds Timer
        {
             @Override
             public void onTick(long l) 
             {

             }

             @Override
             public void onFinish() 
             {
                 handler.post(new Runnable() {
                     public void run() {
                         loadingScreen.finishActivity(0);
                         startActivity(i);
                     }
                 });
             };
        }.start();
    }
}

Iterating over dictionaries using 'for' loops

When you iterate through dictionaries using the for .. in ..-syntax, it always iterates over the keys (the values are accessible using dictionary[key]).

To iterate over key-value pairs, in Python 2 use for k,v in s.iteritems(), and in Python 3 for k,v in s.items().

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.

How to Install pip for python 3.7 on Ubuntu 18?

The following steps can be used:


sudo apt-get -y update
---------
sudo apt-get install python3.7
--------------
 python3.7
-------------
 curl -O https://bootstrap.pypa.io/get-pip.py
-----------------
sudo apt install python3-pip
-----------------
sudo apt install python3.7-venv
-----------------
 python3.7 -m venv /home/ubuntu/app
-------------
 cd app   
----------------
 source bin/activate

Go to beginning of line without opening new line in VI

Type "^". And get a good "Vi" tutorial :)

How to update primary key

When you find it necessary to update a primary key value as well as all matching foreign keys, then the entire design needs to be fixed.

It is tricky to cascade all the necessary foreign keys changes. It is a best practice to never update the primary key, and if you find it necessary, you should use a Surrogate Primary Key, which is a key not derived from application data. As a result its value is unrelated to the business logic and never needs to change (and should be invisible to the end user). You can then update and display some other column.

for example:

BadUserTable
UserID     varchar(20) primary key --user last name
other columns...

when you create many tables that have a FK to UserID, to track everything that the user has worked on, but that user then gets married and wants a ID to match their new last name, you are out of luck.

GoodUserTable
UserID    int identity(1,1) primary key
UserLogin varchar(20) 
other columns....

you now FK the Surrogate Primary Key to all the other tables, and display UserLogin when necessary, allow them to login using that value, and when they need to change it, you change it in one column of one row only.

<ng-container> vs <template>

Imo use cases for ng-container are simple replacements for which a custom template/component would be overkill. In the API doc they mention the following

use a ng-container to group multiple root nodes

and I guess that's what it is all about: grouping stuff.

Be aware that the ng-container directive falls away instead of a template where its directive wraps the actual content.

Using ADB to capture the screen

To start recording your device’s screen, run the following command:

adb shell screenrecord /sdcard/example.mp4

This command will start recording your device’s screen using the default settings and save the resulting video to a file at /sdcard/example.mp4 file on your device.

When you’re done recording, press Ctrl+C in the Command Prompt window to stop the screen recording. You can then find the screen recording file at the location you specified. Note that the screen recording is saved to your device’s internal storage, not to your computer.

The default settings are to use your device’s standard screen resolution, encode the video at a bitrate of 4Mbps, and set the maximum screen recording time to 180 seconds. For more information about the command-line options you can use, run the following command:

adb shell screenrecord --help

This works without rooting the device. Hope this helps.

How to debug on a real device (using Eclipse/ADT)

in devices which has Android 4.3 and above you should follow these steps:

How to enable Developer Options:

Launch Settings menu.
Find the open the ‘About Device’ menu.
Scroll down to ‘Build Number’.
Next, tap on the ‘build number’ section seven times.
After the seventh tap you will be told that you are now a developer.
Go back to Settings menu and the Developer Options menu will now be displayed.

In order to enable the USB Debugging you will simply need to open Developer Options, scroll down and tick the box that says ‘USB Debugging’. That’s it.

REST API 404: Bad URI, or Missing Resource?

Use 404 if the resource does not exist. Don't return 200 with an empty body.

This is akin to undefined vs empty string (e.g. "") in programming. While very similar, there is definitely a difference.

404 means that nothing exists at that URI (like an undefined variable in programming). Returning 200 with an empty body means that something does exist there and that something is just empty right now (like an empty string in programming).

404 doesn't mean it was a "bad URI". There are special HTTP codes that are intended for URI errors (e.g. 414 Request-URI Too Long).

Stop floating divs from wrapping

I had a somewhat similar problem where a bounded area consisted of an image in a float:left block and a non-float text block. The area has a fluid width. The text would, by design, wrap up along the right side of the image. The trouble was, the text began with an <h4> tag, the first word of which is the tiny word "From." As I resized the window to a smaller width, the non-floated text would, for a certain range of widths, leave only the word "From" at the top of the wrap area, the rest of the text having been squeezed below the float block. My solution was to make the first word of the tag bigger, by replacing the space that followed it with this code, <span style="opacity:0;">x</span> . The effect was to make the first word, instead of "From", "FromxNextWord", where the "x", being invisible, looked like a space. Now my first word was big enough not to be abandoned by the rest of the text block.

How to program a delay in Swift 3

//Runs function after x seconds

public static func runThisAfterDelay(seconds: Double, after: @escaping () -> Void) {
    runThisAfterDelay(seconds: seconds, queue: DispatchQueue.main, after: after)
}

public static func runThisAfterDelay(seconds: Double, queue: DispatchQueue, after: @escaping () -> Void) {
    let time = DispatchTime.now() + Double(Int64(seconds * Double(NSEC_PER_SEC))) / Double(NSEC_PER_SEC)
    queue.asyncAfter(deadline: time, execute: after)
}

//Use:-

runThisAfterDelay(seconds: x){
  //write your code here
}

What's the best UML diagramming tool?

Just throwing in my two bits here, but I found ArgoUML to be very useful. It takes a little while to get used to it and its a bit buggy (last I checked it was in version .29 or so) but it works pretty well once you get used to it. It handles all types of UML diagrams, which is why I prefer it. Also, its made by tigris, the same people who made subclipse, an SVN repository plug-in for Eclipse.

PHP: convert spaces in string into %20?

I believe that, if you need to use the %20 variant, you could perhaps use rawurlencode().

Run Android studio emulator on AMD processor

The newest version of the Android emulator can be run with Hyper-V instead of Intel HAXM on the Windows 10 1804:

https://blogs.msdn.microsoft.com/visualstudio/2018/05/08/hyper-v-android-emulator-support/

Short version:

  • install Windows Hypervisor Platform feature
  • Update to Android Emulator 27.2.7 or above
  • put WindowsHypervisorPlatform = on into C:\Users\.android\advancedFeatures.ini or start emulator or command line with -feature WindowsHypervisorPlatform

Best way to get identity of inserted row?

From MSDN

@@IDENTITY, SCOPE_IDENTITY, and IDENT_CURRENT are similar functions in that they return the last value inserted into the IDENTITY column of a table.

@@IDENTITY and SCOPE_IDENTITY will return the last identity value generated in any table in the current session. However, SCOPE_IDENTITY returns the value only within the current scope; @@IDENTITY is not limited to a specific scope.

IDENT_CURRENT is not limited by scope and session; it is limited to a specified table. IDENT_CURRENT returns the identity value generated for a specific table in any session and any scope. For more information, see IDENT_CURRENT.

  • IDENT_CURRENT is a function which takes a table as a argument.
  • @@IDENTITY may return confusing result when you have an trigger on the table
  • SCOPE_IDENTITY is your hero most of the time.

Try-catch-finally-return clarification

If the return in the try block is reached, it transfers control to the finally block, and the function eventually returns normally (not a throw).

If an exception occurs, but then the code reaches a return from the catch block, control is transferred to the finally block and the function eventually returns normally (not a throw).

In your example, you have a return in the finally, and so regardless of what happens, the function will return 34, because finally has the final (if you will) word.

Although not covered in your example, this would be true even if you didn't have the catch and if an exception were thrown in the try block and not caught. By doing a return from the finally block, you suppress the exception entirely. Consider:

public class FinallyReturn {
  public static final void main(String[] args) {
    System.out.println(foo(args));
  }

  private static int foo(String[] args) {
    try {
      int n = Integer.parseInt(args[0]);
      return n;
    }
    finally {
      return 42;
    }
  }
}

If you run that without supplying any arguments:

$ java FinallyReturn

...the code in foo throws an ArrayIndexOutOfBoundsException. But because the finally block does a return, that exception gets suppressed.

This is one reason why it's best to avoid using return in finally.

Check if a string is not NULL or EMPTY

if (!$variablename) { Write-Host "variable is null" }

I hope this simple answer will is resolve the question. Source

REST / SOAP endpoints for a WCF service

If you only want to develop a single web service and have it hosted on many different endpoints (i.e. SOAP + REST, with XML, JSON, CSV, HTML outputes). You should also consider using ServiceStack which I've built for exactly this purpose where every service you develop is automatically available on on both SOAP and REST endpoints out-of-the-box without any configuration required.

The Hello World example shows how to create a simple with service with just (no config required):

public class Hello {
    public string Name { get; set; }
}

public class HelloResponse {
    public string Result { get; set; }
}

public class HelloService : IService
{
    public object Any(Hello request)
    {
        return new HelloResponse { Result = "Hello, " + request.Name };
    }
}

No other configuration is required, and this service is immediately available with REST in:

It also comes in-built with a friendly HTML output (when called with a HTTP client that has Accept:text/html e.g a browser) so you're able to better visualize the output of your services.

Handling different REST verbs are also as trivial, here's a complete REST-service CRUD app in 1 page of C# (less than it would take to configure WCF ;):

Android Studio-No Module

Other path is " tool menu-->android-->sync proyect with gradle File"

How do I "un-revert" a reverted Git commit?

Reverting the revert will do the trick

For example,

If abcdef is your commit and ghijkl is the commit you have when you reverted the commit abcdef, then run:

git revert ghijkl

This will revert the revert

Entity Framework - Generating Classes

EDMX model won't work with EF7 but I've found a Community/Professional product which seems to be very powerfull : http://www.devart.com/entitydeveloper/editions.html

How to rename JSON key

As mentioned by evanmcdonnal, the easiest solution is to process this as string instead of JSON,

_x000D_
_x000D_
var json = [{"_id":"5078c3a803ff4197dc81fbfb","email":"[email protected]","image":"some_image_url","name":"Name 1"},{"_id":"5078c3a803ff4197dc81fbfc","email":"[email protected]","image":"some_image_url","name":"Name 2"}];_x000D_
    _x000D_
json = JSON.parse(JSON.stringify(json).split('"_id":').join('"id":'));_x000D_
_x000D_
document.write(JSON.stringify(json));
_x000D_
_x000D_
_x000D_

This will convert given JSON data to string and replace "_id" to "id" then converting it back to the required JSON format. But I used split and join instead of replace, because replace will replace only the first occurrence of the string.

Remove trailing zeros from decimal in SQL Server

it is possible to remove leading and trailing zeros in TSQL

  1. Convert it to string using STR TSQL function if not string, Then

  2. Remove both leading & trailing zeros

    SELECT REPLACE(RTRIM(LTRIM(REPLACE(AccNo,'0',' '))),' ','0') AccNo FROM @BankAccount
    
  3. More info on forum.

JSHint and jQuery: '$' is not defined

If you're using an IntelliJ editor, under

  • Preferences/Settings
    • Javascript
      • Code Quality Tools
        • JSHint
          • Predefined (at bottom), click Set

You can type in anything, for instance console:false, and it will add that to the list (.jshintrc) as well - as a global.

How to round a number to n decimal places in Java

new BigDecimal(String.valueOf(double)).setScale(yourScale, BigDecimal.ROUND_HALF_UP);

will get you a BigDecimal. To get the string out of it, just call that BigDecimal's toString method, or the toPlainString method for Java 5+ for a plain format string.

Sample program:

package trials;
import java.math.BigDecimal;

public class Trials {

    public static void main(String[] args) {
        int yourScale = 10;
        System.out.println(BigDecimal.valueOf(0.42344534534553453453-0.42324534524553453453).setScale(yourScale, BigDecimal.ROUND_HALF_UP));
    }

What's the key difference between HTML 4 and HTML 5?

You'll want to check HTML5 Differences from HTML4: W3C Working Group Note 9 December 2014 for the complete differences. There are many new elements and element attributes. Some elements were removed and others have different semantic value than before.

There are also APIs defined, such as the use of canvas, to help build the next generation of web apps and make sure implementations are standardized.

How to clear browser cache with php?

With recent browser support of "Clear-Site-Data" headers, you can clear different types of data: https://developer.mozilla.org/en-US/docs/Web/HTTP/Headers/Clear-Site-Data

header('Clear-Site-Data: "cache", "cookies", "storage", "executionContexts"');

Google Colab: how to read data from my google drive?

Edit: As of February, 2020, there's now a first-class UI for automatically mounting Drive.

First, open the file browser on the left hand side. It will show a 'Mount Drive' button. Once clicked, you'll see a permissions prompt to mount Drive, and afterwards your Drive files will be present with no setup when you return to the notebook. The completed flow looks like so:

Drive auto mount example

The original answer follows, below. (This will also still work for shared notebooks.)

You can mount your Google Drive files by running the following code snippet:

from google.colab import drive
drive.mount('/content/drive')

Then, you can interact with your Drive files in the file browser side panel or using command-line utilities.

Here's an example notebook

How to move table from one tablespace to another in oracle 11g

Try this:-

ALTER TABLE <TABLE NAME to be moved> MOVE TABLESPACE <destination TABLESPACE NAME>

Very nice suggestion from IVAN in comments so thought to add in my answer

Note: this will invalidate all table's indexes. So this command is usually followed by

alter index <owner>."<index_name>" rebuild;

SVN check out linux

You can use checkout or co

$ svn co http://example.com/svn/app-name directory-name

Some short codes:-

  1. checkout (co)
  2. commit (ci)
  3. copy (cp)
  4. delete (del, remove,rm)
  5. diff (di)

how to create Socket connection in Android?

Simple socket server app example

I've already posted a client example at: https://stackoverflow.com/a/35971718/895245 , so here goes a server example.

This example app runs a server that returns a ROT-1 cypher of the input.

You would then need to add an Exit button + some sleep delays, but this should get you started.

To play with it:

Android sockets are the same as Java's, except we have to deal with some permission issues.

src/com/cirosantilli/android_cheat/socket/Main.java

package com.cirosantilli.android_cheat.socket;

import android.app.Activity;
import android.app.IntentService;
import android.content.Intent;
import android.os.Bundle;
import android.util.Log;

import java.io.BufferedReader;
import java.io.IOException;
import java.io.InputStreamReader;
import java.io.PrintStream;
import java.net.ServerSocket;
import java.net.Socket;

public class Main extends Activity {
    static final String TAG = "AndroidCheatSocket";
    @Override
    protected void onCreate(Bundle savedInstanceState) {
        super.onCreate(savedInstanceState);
        Log.d(Main.TAG, "onCreate");
        Main.this.startService(new Intent(Main.this, MyService.class));
    }

    public static class MyService extends IntentService {
        public MyService() {
            super("MyService");
        }
        @Override
        protected void onHandleIntent(Intent intent) {
            Log.d(Main.TAG, "onHandleIntent");
            final int port = 12345;
            ServerSocket listener = null;
            try {
                listener = new ServerSocket(port);
                Log.d(Main.TAG, String.format("listening on port = %d", port));
                while (true) {
                    Log.d(Main.TAG, "waiting for client");
                    Socket socket = listener.accept();
                    Log.d(Main.TAG, String.format("client connected from: %s", socket.getRemoteSocketAddress().toString()));
                    BufferedReader in = new BufferedReader(new InputStreamReader(socket.getInputStream()));
                    PrintStream out = new PrintStream(socket.getOutputStream());
                    for (String inputLine; (inputLine = in.readLine()) != null;) {
                        Log.d(Main.TAG, "received");
                        Log.d(Main.TAG, inputLine);
                        StringBuilder outputStringBuilder = new StringBuilder("");
                        char inputLineChars[] = inputLine.toCharArray();
                        for (char c : inputLineChars)
                            outputStringBuilder.append(Character.toChars(c + 1));
                        out.println(outputStringBuilder);
                    }
                }
            } catch(IOException e) {
                Log.d(Main.TAG, e.toString());
            }
        }
    }
}

We need a Service or other background method or else: How do I fix android.os.NetworkOnMainThreadException?

AndroidManifest.xml

<?xml version="1.0" encoding="utf-8"?>
<manifest xmlns:android="http://schemas.android.com/apk/res/android"
      package="com.cirosantilli.android_cheat.socket"
      android:versionCode="1"
      android:versionName="1.0">
    <uses-sdk android:minSdkVersion="22" />
    <uses-permission android:name="android.permission.INTERNET" />
    <application android:label="AndroidCheatsocket">
        <activity android:name="Main">
            <intent-filter>
                <action android:name="android.intent.action.MAIN" />
                <category android:name="android.intent.category.LAUNCHER" />
            </intent-filter>
        </activity>
        <service android:name=".Main$MyService" />
    </application>
</manifest>

We must add: <uses-permission android:name="android.permission.INTERNET" /> or else: Java socket IOException - permission denied

On GitHub with a build.xml: https://github.com/cirosantilli/android-cheat/tree/92de020d0b708549a444ebd9f881de7b240b3fbc/socket

Deleting a pointer in C++

  1. You are trying to delete a variable allocated on the stack. You can not do this
  2. Deleting a pointer does not destruct a pointer actually, just the memory occupied is given back to the OS. You can access it untill the memory is used for another variable, or otherwise manipulated. So it is good practice to set a pointer to NULL (0) after deleting.
  3. Deleting a NULL pointer does not delete anything.

How to pass multiple parameters to a get method in ASP.NET Core

To call get with multiple parameter in web api core

  [ApiController]
    [Route("[controller]")]
    public class testController : Controller
    {

      [HttpGet]
        [Route("testaction/{id:int}/{startdate}/{enddate}")]
        public IEnumerable<classname> test_action(int id, string startdate, string enddate)
        {

            return List_classobject;
        }

    }

In web browser
https://localhost:44338/test/testaction/3/2010-09-30/2012-05-01

Reverse Contents in Array

First of all you assign temp to array elemets and you should remove arr[i] = temp; statment. Next problem is that you are printing temp variable which shows only half of array elements(in your for loop). If you don't want to use STL vectors I would suggest this solution:

#include <iostream>

void reverseArray(int userArray[], int size);

void printArray(int userArray[], int size);

int main(int arg, char**argv) {

    int arr[]{ 1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8,9,10 };
    int sizeOfArray = sizeof(arr) / sizeof(arr[0]);

    reverseArray(arr, sizeOfArray);
    printArray(arr, sizeOfArray);

    system("pause");
    return(0);
}

void reverseArray(int userArray[], int size) {

    int* ptrHead = userArray;
    int* ptrTail = userArray + (size-1);

    while (ptrTail > ptrHead) {
        int temp = *ptrHead;
        *ptrHead = *ptrTail;
        *ptrTail = temp;

        ptrHead++;
        ptrTail--;
    }
}

void printArray(int userArray[], int size) {
    for (int i = 0; i < size; i++) {
        std::cout << userArray[i] << " ";
    }
}

The controller for path was not found or does not implement IController

One other cause of this error: Accidental use of Html.Action in a Layout file where Html.ActionLink may have been intended. If the view referenced by the Html.Action uses the same Layout file you effectively have created an endless loop. (The layout view loads the referenced view as partial view which then loads the layout view which loads the referenced view...) If you set a breakpoint in the Layout file and single step through the Htlm.Action you will sometimes get a more helpful message about excessive stack size.

How to make inline functions in C#

C# 7 adds support for local functions

Here is the previous example using a local function

void Method()
{
    string localFunction(string source)
    {
        // add your functionality here
        return source ;
    };

   // call the inline function
   localFunction("prefix");
}

How can I convert a VBScript to an executable (EXE) file?

You can use VBSedit software to convert your VBS code to .exe file. You can download free version from Internet and installtion vbsedit applilcation on your system and convert the files to exe format.

Vbsedit is a good application for VBscripter's

What does "xmlns" in XML mean?

It means XML namespace.

Basically, every element (or attribute) in XML belongs to a namespace, a way of "qualifying" the name of the element.

Imagine you and I both invent our own XML. You invent XML to describe people, I invent mine to describe cities. Both of us include an element called name. Yours refers to the person’s name, and mine to the city name—OK, it’s a little bit contrived.

<person>
    <name>Rob</name>
    <age>37</age>
    <homecity>
        <name>London</name>
        <lat>123.000</lat>
        <long>0.00</long>
    </homecity>
</person>

If our two XMLs were combined into a single document, how would we tell the two names apart? As you can see above, there are two name elements, but they both have different meanings.

The answer is that you and I would both assign a namespace to our XML, which we would make unique:

<personxml:person xmlns:personxml="http://www.your.example.com/xml/person"
                  xmlns:cityxml="http://www.my.example.com/xml/cities">
    <personxml:name>Rob</personxml:name>
    <personxml:age>37</personxml:age>
    <cityxml:homecity>
        <cityxml:name>London</cityxml:name>
        <cityxml:lat>123.000</cityxml:lat>
        <cityxml:long>0.00</cityxml:long>
    </cityxml:homecity>
</personxml:person>

Now we’ve fully qualified our XML, there is no ambiguity as to what each name element means. All of the tags that start with personxml: are tags belonging to your XML, all the ones that start with cityxml: are mine.

There are a few points to note:

  • If you exclude any namespace declarations, things are considered to be in the default namespace.

  • If you declare a namespace without the identifier, that is, xmlns="http://somenamespace", rather than xmlns:rob="somenamespace", it specifies the default namespace for the document.

  • The actual namespace itself, often a IRI, is of no real consequence. It should be unique, so people tend to choose a IRI/URI that they own, but it has no greater meaning than that. Sometimes people will place the schema (definition) for the XML at the specified IRI, but that is a convention of some people only.

  • The prefix is of no consequence either. The only thing that matters is what namespace the prefix is defined as. Several tags beginning with different prefixes, all of which map to the same namespace are considered to be the same.

    For instance, if the prefixes personxml and mycityxml both mapped to the same namespace (as in the snippet below), then it wouldn't matter if you prefixed a given element with personxml or mycityxml, they'd both be treated as the same thing by an XML parser. The point is that an XML parser doesn't care what you've chosen as the prefix, only the namespace it maps too. The prefix is just an indirection pointing to the namespace.

    <personxml:person 
         xmlns:personxml="http://example.com/same/url"
         xmlns:mycityxml="http://example.com/same/url" />
    
  • Attributes can be qualified but are generally not. They also do not inherit their namespace from the element they are on, as opposed to elements (see below).

Also, element namespaces are inherited from the parent element. In other words I could equally have written the above XML as

<person xmlns="http://www.your.example.com/xml/person">
    <name>Rob</name>
    <age>37</age>
    <homecity xmlns="http://www.my.example.com/xml/cities">
        <name>London</name>
        <lat>123.000</lat>
        <long>0.00</long>
    </homecity>
</person>

Upload a file to Amazon S3 with NodeJS

Thanks to David as his solution helped me come up with my solution for uploading multi-part files from my Heroku hosted site to S3 bucket. I did it using formidable to handle incoming form and fs to get the file content. Hopefully, it may help you.

api.service.ts

public upload(files): Observable<any> {  
    const formData: FormData = new FormData(); 
    files.forEach(file => {
      // create a new multipart-form for every file 
      formData.append('file', file, file.name);           
    });   
    return this.http.post(uploadUrl, formData).pipe(
      map(this.extractData),
      catchError(this.handleError)); 
  }
}

server.js

app.post('/api/upload', upload);
app.use('/api/upload', router);

upload.js

const IncomingForm = require('formidable').IncomingForm;
const fs = require('fs');
const AWS = require('aws-sdk');

module.exports = function upload(req, res) {
    var form = new IncomingForm();

    const bucket = new AWS.S3(
      {
        signatureVersion: 'v4',
        accessKeyId: process.env.AWS_ACCESS_KEY_ID,
        secretAccessKey: process.env.AWS_SECRET_ACCESS_KEY,
        region: 'us-east-1'       
      }
    ); 

    form.on('file', (field, file) => {

        const fileContent = fs.readFileSync(file.path);

        const s3Params = {
            Bucket: process.env.AWS_S3_BUCKET,
            Key: 'folder/' + file.name,
            Expires: 60,             
            Body: fileContent,
            ACL: 'public-read'
        };

        bucket.upload(s3Params, function(err, data) {
            if (err) {
                throw err;
            }            
            console.log('File uploaded to: ' + data.Location);
            fs.unlink(file.path, function (err) {
              if (err) {
                  console.error(err);
              }
              console.log('Temp File Delete');
          });
        });
    });              

    // The second callback is called when the form is completely parsed. 
    // In this case, we want to send back a success status code.
    form.on('end', () => {        
      res.status(200).json('upload ok');
    });

    form.parse(req);
}

upload-image.component.ts

import { Component, OnInit, ViewChild, Output, EventEmitter, Input } from '@angular/core';
import { ApiService } from '../api.service';
import { MatSnackBar } from '@angular/material/snack-bar';

@Component({
  selector: 'app-upload-image',
  templateUrl: './upload-image.component.html',
  styleUrls: ['./upload-image.component.css']
})

export class UploadImageComponent implements OnInit {
  public files: Set<File> = new Set();
  @ViewChild('file', { static: false }) file;
  public uploadedFiles: Array<string> = new Array<string>();
  public uploadedFileNames: Array<string> = new Array<string>();
  @Output() filesOutput = new EventEmitter<Array<string>>();
  @Input() CurrentImage: string;
  @Input() IsPublic: boolean;
  @Output() valueUpdate = new EventEmitter();
  strUploadedFiles:string = '';
  filesUploaded: boolean = false;     

  constructor(private api: ApiService, public snackBar: MatSnackBar,) { }

  ngOnInit() {    
  }

  updateValue(val) {  
    this.valueUpdate.emit(val);  
  }  

  reset()
  {
    this.files = new Set();
    this.uploadedFiles = new Array<string>();
    this.uploadedFileNames = new Array<string>();
    this.filesUploaded = false;
  }

  upload() { 

    this.api.upload(this.files).subscribe(res => {   
      this.filesOutput.emit(this.uploadedFiles); 
      if (res == 'upload ok')
      {
        this.reset(); 
      }     
    }, err => {
      console.log(err);
    });
  }

  onFilesAdded() {
    var txt = '';
    const files: { [key: string]: File } = this.file.nativeElement.files;

    for (let key in files) {
      if (!isNaN(parseInt(key))) {

        var currentFile = files[key];
        var sFileExtension = currentFile.name.split('.')[currentFile.name.split('.').length - 1].toLowerCase();
        var iFileSize = currentFile.size;

        if (!(sFileExtension === "jpg" 
              || sFileExtension === "png") 
              || iFileSize > 671329) {
            txt = "File type : " + sFileExtension + "\n\n";
            txt += "Size: " + iFileSize + "\n\n";
            txt += "Please make sure your file is in jpg or png format and less than 655 KB.\n\n";
            alert(txt);
            return false;
        }

        this.files.add(files[key]);
        this.uploadedFiles.push('https://gourmet-philatelist-assets.s3.amazonaws.com/folder/' + files[key].name);
        this.uploadedFileNames.push(files[key].name);
        if (this.IsPublic && this.uploadedFileNames.length == 1)
        {
          this.filesUploaded = true;
          this.updateValue(files[key].name);
          break;
        } 
        else if (!this.IsPublic && this.uploadedFileNames.length == 3)
        {
          this.strUploadedFiles += files[key].name;          
          this.updateValue(this.strUploadedFiles); 
          this.filesUploaded = true;
          break;
        }
        else
        {
          this.strUploadedFiles += files[key].name + ",";          
          this.updateValue(this.strUploadedFiles); 
        }      
      }
    }    
  }

  addFiles() {
    this.file.nativeElement.click();  
  }

  openSnackBar(message: string, action: string) {
    this.snackBar.open(message, action, {
      duration: 2000,
      verticalPosition: 'top'
    });
  }   

}

upload-image.component.html

<input type="file" #file style="display: none" (change)="onFilesAdded()" multiple />
&nbsp;<button mat-raised-button color="primary" 
         [disabled]="filesUploaded" (click)="$event.preventDefault(); addFiles()">
  Add Files
</button>
&nbsp;<button class="btn btn-success" [disabled]="uploadedFileNames.length == 0" (click)="$event.preventDefault(); upload()">
  Upload
</button>

How would I check a string for a certain letter in Python?

in keyword allows you to loop over a collection and check if there is a member in the collection that is equal to the element.

In this case string is nothing but a list of characters:

dog = "xdasds"
if "x" in dog:
     print "Yes!"

You can check a substring too:

>>> 'x' in "xdasds"
True
>>> 'xd' in "xdasds"
True
>>> 
>>> 
>>> 'xa' in "xdasds"
False

Think collection:

>>> 'x' in ['x', 'd', 'a', 's', 'd', 's']
True
>>> 

You can also test the set membership over user defined classes.

For user-defined classes which define the __contains__ method, x in y is true if and only if y.__contains__(x) is true.

End-line characters from lines read from text file, using Python

What's wrong with your code? I find it to be quite elegant and simple. The only problem is that if the file doesn't end in a newline, the last line returned won't have a '\n' as the last character, and therefore doing line = line[:-1] would incorrectly strip off the last character of the line.

The most elegant way to solve this problem would be to define a generator which took the lines of the file and removed the last character from each line only if that character is a newline:

def strip_trailing_newlines(file):
    for line in file:
        if line[-1] == '\n':
            yield line[:-1]
        else:
            yield line

f = open("myFile.txt", "r")
for line in strip_trailing_newlines(f):
    # do something with line

Display Last Saved Date on worksheet

thought I would update on this.

Found out that adding to the VB Module behind the spreadsheet does not actually register as a Macro.

So here is the solution:

  1. Press ALT + F11
  2. Click Insert > Module
  3. Paste the following into the window:

Code

Function LastSavedTimeStamp() As Date
  LastSavedTimeStamp = ActiveWorkbook.BuiltinDocumentProperties("Last Save Time")
End Function
  1. Save the module, close the editor and return to the worksheet.
  2. Click in the Cell where the date is to be displayed and enter the following formula:

Code

=LastSavedTimeStamp()

Taskkill /f doesn't kill a process

In my case none of the solutions here worked. I eventually found that the program in question was frozen trying to poll USB audio interfaces. So I unplugged a USB DAC I had connected, and to my surprise the application quit instantly. Francis' answer mentions that it could be a result of "unprocessed I/O requests that hasn't been handled properly (by a device driver your program has possibly accessed)", which might explain why this fixed it.

I suppose it really depends on what the program was doing when it froze, but if none of the other solutions are working, try disconnecting all USB devices to see if one of them could be the cause.

Do not want scientific notation on plot axis

The R graphics package has the function axTicks that returns the tick locations of the ticks that the axis and plot functions would set automatically. The other answers given to this question define the tick locations manually which might not be convenient in some situations.

myTicks = axTicks(1)
axis(1, at = myTicks, labels = formatC(myTicks, format = 'd'))

A minimal example would be

plot(10^(0:10), 0:10, log = 'x', xaxt = 'n')
myTicks = axTicks(1)
axis(1, at = myTicks, labels = formatC(myTicks, format = 'd'))

There is also an log parameter in the axTicks function but in this situation it does not need to be set to get the proper logarithmic axis tick location.

Set the table column width constant regardless of the amount of text in its cells?

You need to write this inside the corresponding CSS

table-layout:fixed;

Get Android Phone Model programmatically

Kotlin short version:

import android.os.Build.MANUFACTURER
import android.os.Build.MODEL

fun getDeviceName(): String =
    (if (MODEL.startsWith(MANUFACTURER, ignoreCase = true)) {
        MODEL
    } else {
        "$MANUFACTURER $MODEL"
    }).capitalize()

Can you blur the content beneath/behind a div?

you can do this with css3, this blurs the whole element

div (or whatever element) {
  -webkit-filter: blur(5px);
  -moz-filter: blur(5px);
  -o-filter: blur(5px);
  -ms-filter: blur(5px);
  filter: blur(5px);
}

Fiddle: http://jsfiddle.net/H4DU4/

How to reload a page after the OK click on the Alert Page

Try this code..

IN PHP Code

echo "<script type='text/javascript'>".
      "alert('Success to add the task to a project.');
       location.reload;".
     "</script>";

IN Javascript

function refresh()
{
    alert("click ok to refresh  page");
    location.reload();
}

How to prevent http file caching in Apache httpd (MAMP)

I had the same issue, but I found a good solution here: Stop caching for PHP 5.5.3 in MAMP

Basically find the php.ini file and comment out the OPCache lines. I hope this alternative answer helps others else out as well.

jQuery counting elements by class - what is the best way to implement this?

Should just be something like:

// Gets the number of elements with class yourClass
var numItems = $('.yourclass').length




As a side-note, it is often beneficial to check the length property before chaining a lot of functions calls on a jQuery object, to ensure that we actually have some work to perform. See below:

var $items = $('.myclass');
// Ensure we have at least one element in $items before setting up animations
// and other resource intensive tasks.
if($items.length)
{
  $items.animate(/* */)
    // It might also be appropriate to check that we have 2 or more
    // elements returned by the filter-call before animating this subset of 
    // items.
    .filter(':odd')
      .animate(/* */)
      .end()
    .promise()
    .then(function () { 
       $items.addClass('all-done');
    });
}

Generate an HTML Response in a Java Servlet

You need to have a doGet method as:

public void doGet(HttpServletRequest request,
        HttpServletResponse response)
throws IOException, ServletException
{
    response.setContentType("text/html");
    PrintWriter out = response.getWriter();

    out.println("<html>");
    out.println("<head>");
    out.println("<title>Hola</title>");
    out.println("</head>");
    out.println("<body bgcolor=\"white\">");
    out.println("</body>");
    out.println("</html>");
}

You can see this link for a simple hello world servlet

Fastest way to flatten / un-flatten nested JSON objects

Here's my much shorter implementation:

Object.unflatten = function(data) {
    "use strict";
    if (Object(data) !== data || Array.isArray(data))
        return data;
    var regex = /\.?([^.\[\]]+)|\[(\d+)\]/g,
        resultholder = {};
    for (var p in data) {
        var cur = resultholder,
            prop = "",
            m;
        while (m = regex.exec(p)) {
            cur = cur[prop] || (cur[prop] = (m[2] ? [] : {}));
            prop = m[2] || m[1];
        }
        cur[prop] = data[p];
    }
    return resultholder[""] || resultholder;
};

flatten hasn't changed much (and I'm not sure whether you really need those isEmpty cases):

Object.flatten = function(data) {
    var result = {};
    function recurse (cur, prop) {
        if (Object(cur) !== cur) {
            result[prop] = cur;
        } else if (Array.isArray(cur)) {
             for(var i=0, l=cur.length; i<l; i++)
                 recurse(cur[i], prop + "[" + i + "]");
            if (l == 0)
                result[prop] = [];
        } else {
            var isEmpty = true;
            for (var p in cur) {
                isEmpty = false;
                recurse(cur[p], prop ? prop+"."+p : p);
            }
            if (isEmpty && prop)
                result[prop] = {};
        }
    }
    recurse(data, "");
    return result;
}

Together, they run your benchmark in about the half of the time (Opera 12.16: ~900ms instead of ~ 1900ms, Chrome 29: ~800ms instead of ~1600ms).

Note: This and most other solutions answered here focus on speed and are susceptible to prototype pollution and shold not be used on untrusted objects.

Prolog "or" operator, query

Just another viewpoint. Performing an "or" in Prolog can also be done with the "disjunct" operator or semi-colon:

registered(X, Y) :-
    X = ct101; X = ct102; X = ct103.

For a fuller explanation:

Predicate control in Prolog

Permission is only granted to system app

Preferences --> EditorEditor --> Inspections --> Android Lint --> uncheck item Using System app permissio

What is a difference between unsigned int and signed int in C?

Because it's all just about memory, in the end all the numerical values are stored in binary.

A 32 bit unsigned integer can contain values from all binary 0s to all binary 1s.

When it comes to 32 bit signed integer, it means one of its bits (most significant) is a flag, which marks the value to be positive or negative.

Unable to install Android Studio in Ubuntu

For Linux Mint run

sudo apt-get install lib32z1 lib32ncurses5 libbz2-1.0 lib32stdc++6

Maximum and minimum values in a textbox

https://jsfiddle.net/co1z0qg0/141/

<input type="text">
<script>
$('input').on('keyup', function() {
    var val = parseInt($(this).val()),
        max = 100;

    val = isNaN(val) ? 0 : Math.max(Math.min(val, max), 0);
    $(this).val(val);
});
</script>

or better

https://jsfiddle.net/co1z0qg0/142/

<input type="number" max="100">
<script>
$(function() {
    $('input[type="number"]').on('keyup', function() {
        var el = $(this),
            val = Math.max((0, el.val())),
            max = parseInt(el.attr('max'));

        el.val(isNaN(max) ? val : Math.min(max, val));
  });
});
</script>
<style>
input[type="number"]::-webkit-outer-spin-button,
input[type="number"]::-webkit-inner-spin-button {
    -webkit-appearance: none;
    margin: 0;
}
input[type="number"] {
    -moz-appearance: textfield;
}
</style>

Permission to write to the SD card

You're right that the SD Card directory is /sdcard but you shouldn't be hard coding it. Instead, make a call to Environment.getExternalStorageDirectory() to get the directory:

File sdDir = Environment.getExternalStorageDirectory();

If you haven't done so already, you will need to give your app the correct permission to write to the SD Card by adding the line below to your Manifest:

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

What does "Content-type: application/json; charset=utf-8" really mean?

Dart http's implementation process the bytes thanks to that "charset=utf-8", so i'm sure several implementations out there supports this, to avoid the "latin-1" fallback charset when reading the bytes from the response. In my case, I totally lose format on the response body string, so I have to do the bytes encoding manually to utf8, or add that header "inner" parameter on my server's API response.

What is the different between RESTful and RESTless

Here are summarized the key differences between RESTful and RESTless web services:

1. Protocol

  • RESTful services use REST architectural style,
  • RESTless services use SOAP protocol.

2. Business logic / Functionality

  • RESTful services use URL to expose business logic,
  • RESTless services use the service interface to expose business logic.

3. Security

  • RESTful inherits security from the underlying transport protocols,
  • RESTless defines its own security layer, thus it is considered as more secure.

4. Data format

  • RESTful supports various data formats such as HTML, JSON, text, etc,
  • RESTless supports XML format.

5. Flexibility

  • RESTful is easier and flexible,
  • RESTless is not as easy and flexible.

6. Bandwidth

  • RESTful services consume less bandwidth and resource,
  • RESTless services consume more bandwidth and resources.

remove duplicates from sql union

Using UNION automatically removes duplicate rows unless you specify UNION ALL: http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/ms180026(SQL.90).aspx

Is it safe to expose Firebase apiKey to the public?

The apiKey in this configuration snippet just identifies your Firebase project on the Google servers. It is not a security risk for someone to know it. In fact, it is necessary for them to know it, in order for them to interact with your Firebase project. This same configuration data is also included in every iOS and Android app that uses Firebase as its backend.

In that sense it is very similar to the database URL that identifies the back-end database associated with your project in the same snippet: https://<app-id>.firebaseio.com. See this question on why this is not a security risk: How to restrict Firebase data modification?, including the use of Firebase's server side security rules to ensure only authorized users can access the backend services.

If you want to learn how to secure all data access to your Firebase backend services is authorized, read up on the documentation on Firebase security rules. These rules control access to file storage and database access, and are enforced on the Firebase servers. So no matter if it's your code, or somebody else's code that uses you configuration data, it can only do what the security rules allow it to do.

For another explanation of what Firebase uses these values for, and for which of them you can set quotas, see the Firebase documentation on using and managing API keys.


If you'd like to reduce the risk of committing this configuration data to version control, consider using the SDK auto-configuration of Firebase Hosting. While the keys will still end up in the browser in the same format, they won't be hard-coded into your code anymore with that.

adding multiple event listeners to one element

I just made this function (intentionally minified):

((i,e,f)=>e.forEach(o=>i.addEventListener(o,f)))(element, events, handler)

Usage:

((i,e,f)=>e.forEach(o=>i.addEventListener(o,f)))(element, ['click', 'touchstart'], (event) => {
    // function body
});

The difference compared to other approaches is that the handling function is defined only once and then passed to every addEventListener.

EDIT:

Adding a non-minified version to make it more comprehensible. The minified version was meant just to be copy-pasted and used.

((element, event_names, handler) => {

    event_names.forEach( (event_name) => {
        element.addEventListener(event_name, handler)
    })

})(element, ['click', 'touchstart'], (event) => {

    // function body

});

Extract every nth element of a vector

I think you are asking two things which are not necessarily the same

I want to extract every 6th element of the original

You can do this by indexing a sequence:

foo <- 1:120
foo[1:20*6]

I would like to create a vector in which each element is the i+6th element of another vector.

An easy way to do this is to supplement a logical factor with FALSEs until i+6:

foo <- 1:120
i <- 1
foo[1:(i+6)==(i+6)]
[1]   7  14  21  28  35  42  49  56  63  70  77  84  91  98 105 112 119

i <- 10
foo[1:(i+6)==(i+6)]
[1]  16  32  48  64  80  96 112

GitLab remote: HTTP Basic: Access denied and fatal Authentication

For me it was some other git URL placed in config file, so I did change it manually:

  1. Move to .git/config file and edit it,
  2. Remove invalid URL(if it's there) and paste the valid git SSH/HTTP URL like below way:
[remote "origin"]
        url = [email protected]:prat3ik/my-project.git

And it was working!!

how to console.log result of this ajax call?

In Chrome, right click in the console and check 'preserve log on navigation'.

What is the difference between sscanf or atoi to convert a string to an integer?

To @R.. I think it's not enough to check errno for error detection in strtol call.

long strtol (const char *String, char **EndPointer, int Base)

You'll also need to check EndPointer for errors.

Where do I find the current C or C++ standard documents?

The ISO C and C++ standards are bloody expensive. On the other hand, the INCITS republishes them for a lot less. http://www.techstreet.com/ seems to have the PDF for $30 (search for INCITS/ISO/IEC 14882:2003).

Hardcopy versions are available, too. Look for the British Standards Institute versions, published by Wiley.

Enable CORS in Web API 2

I didn't need to install any package. Just a simple change in your WebAPI project's web.config is working great:

<system.webServer>
    <httpProtocol>
        <customHeaders>
            <add name="Access-Control-Allow-Origin" value="*" />
        </customHeaders>
    </httpProtocol>
</system.webServer>

Credit goes to: Using CORS in ASP.NET WebAPI Without Being a Rocket Scientist

Egit rejected non-fast-forward

I had this same problem and I was able to fix it. afk5min was right, the problem is the branch that you pulled code from has since changed on the remote repository. Per the standard git practices(http://git-scm.com/book/en/Git-Basics-Working-with-Remotes), you need to (now) merge those changes at the remote repository into your local changes before you can commit. This makes sense, this forces you to take other's changes and merge them into your code, ensuring that your code continues to function with the other changes in place.

Anyway, on to the steps.

  1. Configure the 'fetch' to fetch the branch you originally pulled from.

  2. Fetch the remote branch.

  3. Merge that remote branch onto your local branch.

  4. Commit the (merge) change in your local repo.

  5. Push the change to the remote repo.

In detail...

  1. In eclipse, open the view 'Git Repositories'.

  2. Ensure you see your local repository and can see the remote repository as a subfolder. In my version, it's called Remotes, and then I can see the remote project within that.

  3. Look for the green arrow pointing to the left, this is the 'fetch' arrow. Right click and select 'Configure Fetch'.

  4. You should see the URI, ensure that it points to the remote repository.

  5. Look in the ref mappings section of the pop-up. Mine was empty. This will indicate which remote references you want to fetch. Click 'Add'.

  6. Type in the branch name you need to fetch from the remote repository. Mine was 'master' (btw, a dropdown here would be great!!, for now, you have to type it). Continue through the pop-up, eventually clicking 'Finish'.

  7. Click 'Save and Fetch'. This will fetch that remote reference.

  8. Look in the 'Branches' folder of your local repository. You should now see that remote branch in the remote folder. Again, I see 'master'.

  9. Right-Click on the local branch in the 'Local' folder of 'Branches', which is named 'master'. Select 'Merge', and then select the remote branch, which is named 'origin/master'.

  10. Process through the merge.

  11. Commit any changes to your local repository.

  12. Push your changes to the remote repository.

  13. Go have a tasty beverage, congratulating yourself. Take the rest of the day off.

How to run a script file remotely using SSH

Make the script executable by the user "Kev" and then remove the try it running through the command sh kev@server1 /test/foo.sh

How do I grep recursively?

Also:

find ./ -type f -print0 | xargs -0 grep "foo"

but grep -r is a better answer.

Is it possible to use JavaScript to change the meta-tags of the page?

This seems to be working for a little rigidly geometrically set app where it needs to run on both mobile and other browsers with little change, so finding the mobile/non-mobile browser status and for mobiles setting the viewport to device-width is needed. As scripts can be run from the header, the below js in header seems to change the metatag for device-width Before the page loads. One might note that the use of navigator.userAgent is stipulated as experimental. The script must follow the metatag entry to be changed, so one must choose some initial content, and then change on some condition.

<meta name="viewport" content="width=device-width, initial-scale=1.0">
<script>  
  var userAgentHeader = navigator.userAgent ; 
  var browserIsMobileOrNot = "mobileNOT" ; 
  if( userAgentHeader.includes( "Mobi" ) ) { 
    browserIsMobileOrNot = "mobileYES" ; 
    //document.querySelector('meta[name="viewport"]').setAttribute( "content", "width=device-width, initial-scale=1.0" );
  } else { 
    browserIsMobileOrNot = "mobileNOT" ;  
    document.querySelector('meta[name="viewport"]').setAttribute( "content", "");
  }
</script>

<link rel="stylesheet" href="css/index.css">

. . . . . .

How to hide a div after some time period?

Here's a complete working example based on your testing. Compare it to what you have currently to figure out where you are going wrong.

<html> 
  <head> 
    <title>Untitled Document</title> 
    <script type="text/javascript" src="http://code.jquery.com/jquery-latest.js"></script>
    <script type="text/javascript"> 
      $(document).ready( function() {
        $('#deletesuccess').delay(1000).fadeOut();
      });
    </script>
  </head> 
  <body> 
    <div id=deletesuccess > hiiiiiiiiiii </div> 
  </body> 
</html>

How do I solve the INSTALL_FAILED_DEXOPT error?

a lot of answers here, but maybe it can help someone I had this issue with real device and problem was with D8

try to add this to your gradle.properties and it works for me

android.enableD8=false
android.enableD8.desugaring= false

LF will be replaced by CRLF in git - What is that and is it important?

If you want, you can deactivate this feature in your git core config using

git config core.autocrlf false

But it would be better to just get rid of the warnings using

git config core.autocrlf true