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Is calculating an MD5 hash less CPU intensive than SHA family functions?

MD5 also benefits from SSE2 usage, check out BarsWF and then tell me that it doesn't. All it takes is a little assembler knowledge and you can craft your own MD5 SSE2 routine(s). For large amounts of throughput however, there is a tradeoff of the speed during hashing as opposed to the time spent rearranging the input data to be compatible with the SIMD instructions used.

How can I use interface as a C# generic type constraint?

Use an abstract class instead. So, you would have something like:

public bool Foo<T>() where T : CBase;

WPF Binding StringFormat Short Date String

Be aware of the single quotes for the string format. This doesn't work:

    Content="{Binding PlannedDateTime, StringFormat={}{0:yy.MM.dd HH:mm}}"

while this does:

    Content="{Binding PlannedDateTime, StringFormat='{}{0:yy.MM.dd HH:mm}'}"

How to save password when using Subversion from the console

I'm using the TortoiseSVN client on Windows, and for me, setting store-passwords parameter as yes in %USERPROFILE%\AppData\Roaming\Subversion\config does not help to store the password.

The password was successfully saved after removing this folder (just in case renaming):

%USERPROFILE%\AppData\Roaming\Subversion\auth

Environment:

Windows 7, TortoiseSVN 1.7.11 (Build 23600 - 64 bit, 2012-12-12T19:08:52), Subversion 1.7.8.

Can table columns with a Foreign Key be NULL?

I found that when inserting, the null column values had to be specifically declared as NULL, otherwise I would get a constraint violation error (as opposed to an empty string).

Repeat-until or equivalent loop in Python

REPEAT
    ...
UNTIL cond

Is equivalent to

while True:
    ...
    if cond:
        break

process.env.NODE_ENV is undefined

For people using *nix (Linux, OS X, etc.), there's no reason to do it via a second export command, you can chain it as part of the invoking command:

NODE_ENV=development node server.js

Easier, no? :)

Background color in input and text fields

You want to restrict to input fields that are of type text so use the selector input[type=text] rather than input (which will apply to all input fields (e.g. those of type submit as well)).

PHP PDO: charset, set names?

You'll have it in your connection string like:

"mysql:host=$host;dbname=$db;charset=utf8"

HOWEVER, prior to PHP 5.3.6, the charset option was ignored. If you're running an older version of PHP, you must do it like this:

$dbh = new PDO("mysql:$connstr",  $user, $password);
$dbh->exec("set names utf8");

How to assign the output of a Bash command to a variable?

Here's your script...

DIR=$(pwd)
echo $DIR
while [ "$DIR" != "/" ]; do
    cd ..
    DIR=$(pwd)
    echo $DIR
done

Note the spaces, use of quotes, and $ signs.

C# DLL config file

you can use this code:

using System;
using System.Collections.Generic;
using System.Linq;
using System.Runtime.InteropServices;
using System.Text;
using System.Threading.Tasks;

namespace GClass1
{
[Guid("D6F88E95-8A27-4ae6-B6DE-0542A0FC7039")]
[InterfaceType(ComInterfaceType.InterfaceIsIDispatch)]
public interface _GesGasConnect
{
    [DispId(1)]
    int SetClass1Ver(string version);


}

[Guid("13FE32AD-4BF8-495f-AB4D-6C61BD463EA4")]
[ClassInterface(ClassInterfaceType.None)]
[ProgId("InterfacesSMS.Setting")]
public class Class1 : _Class1
{
    public Class1() { }


    public int SetClass1(string version)
    {
        return (DateTime.Today.Day);
    }
}
}

Method call if not null in C#

This article by Ian Griffiths gives two different solutions to the problem that he concludes are neat tricks that you should not use.

Rotate axis text in python matplotlib

It will depend on what are you plotting.

import matplotlib.pyplot as plt

 x=['long_text_for_a_label_a',
    'long_text_for_a_label_b',
    'long_text_for_a_label_c']
y=[1,2,3]
myplot = plt.plot(x,y)
for item in myplot.axes.get_xticklabels():
    item.set_rotation(90)

For pandas and seaborn that give you an Axes object:

df = pd.DataFrame(x,y)
#pandas
myplot = df.plot.bar()
#seaborn 
myplotsns =sns.barplot(y='0',  x=df.index, data=df)
# you can get xticklabels without .axes cause the object are already a 
# isntance of it
for item in myplot.get_xticklabels():
    item.set_rotation(90)

If you need to rotate labels you may need change the font size too, you can use font_scale=1.0 to do that.

Store output of sed into a variable

line=`sed -n 2p myfile`
echo $line

How do I empty an array in JavaScript?

In case you are interested in the memory allocation, you may compare each approach using something like this jsfiddle in conjunction with chrome dev tools' timeline tab. You will want to use the trash bin icon at the bottom to force a garbage collection after 'clearing' the array. This should give you a more definite answer for the browser of your choice. A lot of answers here are old and I wouldn't rely on them but rather test as in @tanguy_k's answer above.

(for an intro to the aforementioned tab you can check out here)

Stackoverflow forces me to copy the jsfiddle so here it is:

<html>
<script>
var size = 1000*100
window.onload = function() {
  document.getElementById("quantifier").value = size
}

function scaffold()
{
  console.log("processing Scaffold...");
  a = new Array
}
function start()
{
  size = document.getElementById("quantifier").value
  console.log("Starting... quantifier is " + size);
  console.log("starting test")
  for (i=0; i<size; i++){
    a[i]="something"
  }
  console.log("done...")
}

function tearDown()
{
  console.log("processing teardown");
  a.length=0
}

</script>
<body>
    <span style="color:green;">Quantifier:</span>
    <input id="quantifier" style="color:green;" type="text"></input>
    <button onclick="scaffold()">Scaffold</button>
    <button onclick="start()">Start</button>
    <button onclick="tearDown()">Clean</button>
    <br/>
</body>
</html>

And you should take note that it may depend on the type of the array elements, as javascript manages strings differently than other primitive types, not to mention arrays of objects. The type may affect what happens.

Get a resource using getResource()

if you are calling from static method, use :

TestGameTable.class.getClassLoader().getResource("dice.jpg");

How to set index.html as root file in Nginx?

in your location block you can do:

location / {
  try_files $uri $uri/index.html;
}

which will tell ngingx to look for a file with the exact name given first, and if none such file is found it will try uri/index.html. So if a request for https://www.example.com/ comes it it would look for an exact file match first, and not finding that would then check for index.html

How to deal with SQL column names that look like SQL keywords?

Your question seems to be well answered here, but I just want to add one more comment to this subject.

Those designing the database should be well aware of the reserved keywords and avoid using them. If you discover someone using it, inform them about it (in a polite way). The keyword here is reserved word.

More information:

"Reserved keywords should not be used as object names. Databases upgraded from earlier versions of SQL Server may contain identifiers that include words not reserved in the earlier version, but that are reserved words for the current version of SQL Server. You can refer to the object by using delimited identifiers until the name can be changed." http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/ms176027.aspx

and

"If your database does contain names that match reserved keywords, you must use delimited identifiers when you refer to those objects. For more information, see Identifiers (DMX)." http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/ms132178.aspx

Resize jqGrid when browser is resized?

If you:

  • have shrinkToFit: false (mean fixed width columns)
  • have autowidth: true
  • don't care about fluid height
  • have horizontal scrollbar

You can make grid with fluid width with following styles:

.ui-jqgrid {
  max-width: 100% !important;
  width: auto !important;
}

.ui-jqgrid-view,
.ui-jqgrid-hdiv,
.ui-jqgrid-bdiv {
   width: auto !important;
}

Here is a demo

Serializing and submitting a form with jQuery and PHP

 $("#contactForm").submit(function() {

    $.post(url, $.param($(this).serializeArray()), function(data) {

    });
 });

What is the difference between <html lang="en"> and <html lang="en-US">?

RFC 3066 gives the details of the allowed values (emphasis and links added):

All 2-letter subtags are interpreted as ISO 3166 alpha-2 country codes from [ISO 3166], or subsequently assigned by the ISO 3166 maintenance agency or governing standardization bodies, denoting the area to which this language variant relates.

I interpret that as meaning any valid (according to ISO 3166) 2-letter code is valid as a subtag. The RFC goes on to state:

Tags with second subtags of 3 to 8 letters may be registered with IANA, according to the rules in chapter 5 of this document.

By the way, that looks like a typo, since chapter 3 seems to relate to the the registration process, not chapter 5.

A quick search for the IANA registry reveals a very long list, of all the available language subtags. Here's one example from the list (which would be used as en-scouse):

Type: variant

Subtag: scouse

Description: Scouse

Added: 2006-09-18

Prefix: en

Comments: English Liverpudlian dialect known as 'Scouse'

There are all sorts of subtags available; a quick scroll has already revealed fr-1694acad (17th century French).


The usefulness of some of these (I would say the vast majority of these) tags, when it comes to documents designed for display in the browser, is limited. The W3C Internationalization specification simply states:

Browsers and other applications can use information about the language of content to deliver to users the most appropriate information, or to present information to users in the most appropriate way. The more content is tagged and tagged correctly, the more useful and pervasive such applications will become.

I'm struggling to find detailed information on how browsers behave when encountering different language tags, but they are most likely going to offer some benefit to those users who use a screen reader, which can use the tag to determine the language/dialect/accent in which to present the content.

How to check postgres user and password?

You may change the pg_hba.conf and then reload the postgresql. something in the pg_hba.conf may be like below:

# "local" is for Unix domain socket connections only
local   all             all                                     trust
# IPv4 local connections:
host    all             all             127.0.0.1/32            trust

then you change your user to postgresql, you may login successfully.

su postgresql

Asp.net - <customErrors mode="Off"/> error when trying to access working webpage

Sometime in the future Comment out the following code in web.config

 <!--<system.codedom>
    <compilers>
      <compiler language="c#;cs;csharp" extension=".cs" type="Microsoft.CodeDom.Providers.DotNetCompilerPlatform.CSharpCodeProvider, Microsoft.CodeDom.Providers.DotNetCompilerPlatform, Version=1.0.0.0, Culture=neutral, PublicKeyToken=31bf3856ad364e35" warningLevel="4" compilerOptions="/langversion:6 /nowarn:1659;1699;1701" />
      <compiler language="vb;vbs;visualbasic;vbscript" extension=".vb" type="Microsoft.CodeDom.Providers.DotNetCompilerPlatform.VBCodeProvider, Microsoft.CodeDom.Providers.DotNetCompilerPlatform, Version=1.0.0.0, Culture=neutral, PublicKeyToken=31bf3856ad364e35" warningLevel="4" compilerOptions="/langversion:14 /nowarn:41008 /define:_MYTYPE=\&quot;Web\&quot; /optionInfer+" />
    </compilers>
  </system.codedom>-->

update the to the following code.

<system.web>
    <authentication mode="None" />
    <compilation debug="true" targetFramework="4.6.1" />
    <httpRuntime targetFramework="4.6.1" />
    <customErrors mode="Off"/>
    <trust level="Full"/>
  </system.web>

Get querystring from URL using jQuery

An easy way to do this with some jQuery and straight JavaScript, just view your console in Chrome or Firefox to see the output...

  var queries = {};
  $.each(document.location.search.substr(1).split('&'),function(c,q){
    var i = q.split('=');
    queries[i[0].toString()] = i[1].toString();
  });
  console.log(queries);

Cannot find vcvarsall.bat when running a Python script

After installation of Visual Studio Community 2015 Edition on Windows 10 64 bit. This error did not go. Then I install Microsoft Visual C++ Compiler for Python 2.7. Since it requires vcvarsall.bat file. This file is no where in Visual studio Community 2015, but it was in Microsoft Visual C++ Compiler for Python 2.7. I also added its path into my environment variables but it also did not work. Then I un-install python 3.4.2 and deleted all the folders of python, and installed python 2.7. Finally I run pip using powershell and I was able to install my required package i.e. flask-user, by using.

pip install flask-user

Change R default library path using .libPaths in Rprofile.site fails to work

Since most of the answers here are related to Windows & Mac OS, (and considering that I also struggled with this) I decided to post the process that helped me solve this problem on my Arch Linux setup.

Step 1:

  • Do a global search of your system (e.g. ANGRYSearch) for the term Renviron (which is the configuration file where the settings for the user libraries are set).
  • It should return only two results at the following directory paths:
    1. /etc/R/
    2. /usr/lib/R/etc/
      NOTE: The Renviron config files stored at 1 & 2 (above) are hot-linked to each other (which means changes made to one file will automatically be applied [ in the same form / structure ] to the other file when the file being edited is saved - [ you also need sudo rights for saving the file post-edit ] ).

Step 2:

  • Navigate into the 1st directory path ( /etc/R/ ) and open the Renviron file with your favourite text editor.
  • Once inside the Renviron file search for the R_LIBS_USER tag and update the text in the curly braces section to your desired directory path.

    EXAMPLE:
    ... Change From ( original entry ):
    R_LIBS_USER=${R_LIBS_USER-'~/R/x86_64-pc-linux-gnu-library/4.0'}
    ... Change To ( your desired entry ):
    R_LIBS_USER=${R_LIBS_USER-'~/Apps/R/rUserLibs'}

Step 3:

  • Save the Renviron file you've just edited ... DONE !!

How to Lock Android App's Orientation to Portrait in Phones and Landscape in Tablets?

<activity android:name=".yourActivity"
          android:screenOrientation="portrait" ... />

add to main activity and add

android:configChanges="keyboardHidden"

to keep your program from changing mode when keyboard is called.

How do I change the title of the "back" button on a Navigation Bar

Maybe I'm being over simplistic but From Apple's documentation the wording is:

If a custom bar button item is not specified by either of the view controllers, a default back button is used and its title is set to the value of the title property of the previous view controller—that is, the view controller one level down on the stack.

The solution marked correct above sets a default button item from the parent controller. It's the right answer, but I'm solving the issue by changing self.title property of the UIViewController right before pushing the new controller onto the NavigationController stack.

This automatically updates the back button's title on the next controller, and as long as you set self.title back to what it should be in viewWillAppear I can't see this method causing too many problems.

Set date input field's max date to today

I also had same issue .I build it trough this way.I used struts 2 framework.

  <script type="text/javascript">

  $(document).ready(function () {
  var year = (new Date).getFullYear();
  $( "#effectiveDateId" ).datepicker({dateFormat: "mm/dd/yy", maxDate: 
  0});

  });


  </script>

        <s:textfield name="effectiveDate" cssClass="input-large" 
   key="label.warrantRateMappingToPropertyTypeForm.effectiveDate" 
   id="effectiveDateId" required="true"/>

This worked for me.

C pointer to array/array of pointers disambiguation

The answer for the last two can also be deducted from the golden rule in C:

Declaration follows use.

int (*arr2)[8];

What happens if you dereference arr2? You get an array of 8 integers.

int *(arr3[8]);

What happens if you take an element from arr3? You get a pointer to an integer.

This also helps when dealing with pointers to functions. To take sigjuice's example:

float *(*x)(void )

What happens when you dereference x? You get a function that you can call with no arguments. What happens when you call it? It will return a pointer to a float.

Operator precedence is always tricky, though. However, using parentheses can actually also be confusing because declaration follows use. At least, to me, intuitively arr2 looks like an array of 8 pointers to ints, but it is actually the other way around. Just takes some getting used to. Reason enough to always add a comment to these declarations, if you ask me :)

edit: example

By the way, I just stumbled across the following situation: a function that has a static matrix and that uses pointer arithmetic to see if the row pointer is out of bounds. Example:

#include <stdio.h>
#include <stdlib.h>
#include <string.h>

#define NUM_ELEM(ar) (sizeof(ar) / sizeof((ar)[0]))

int *
put_off(const int newrow[2])
{
    static int mymatrix[3][2];
    static int (*rowp)[2] = mymatrix;
    int (* const border)[] = mymatrix + NUM_ELEM(mymatrix);

    memcpy(rowp, newrow, sizeof(*rowp));
    rowp += 1;
    if (rowp == border) {
        rowp = mymatrix;
    }

    return *rowp;
}

int
main(int argc, char *argv[])
{
    int i = 0;
    int row[2] = {0, 1};
    int *rout;

    for (i = 0; i &lt; 6; i++) {
        row[0] = i;
        row[1] += i;
        rout = put_off(row);
        printf("%d (%p): [%d, %d]\n", i, (void *) rout, rout[0], rout[1]);
    }

    return 0;
}

Output:

0 (0x804a02c): [0, 0]
1 (0x804a034): [0, 0]
2 (0x804a024): [0, 1]
3 (0x804a02c): [1, 2]
4 (0x804a034): [2, 4]
5 (0x804a024): [3, 7]

Note that the value of border never changes, so the compiler can optimize that away. This is different from what you might initially want to use: const int (*border)[3]: that declares border as a pointer to an array of 3 integers that will not change value as long as the variable exists. However, that pointer may be pointed to any other such array at any time. We want that kind of behaviour for the argument, instead (because this function does not change any of those integers). Declaration follows use.

(p.s.: feel free to improve this sample!)

C#: Limit the length of a string?

The only reason I can see the purpose in this is for DB storage. If so, why not let the DB handle it and then push the exception upstream to be dealt with at the presentation layer?

How do I read from parameters.yml in a controller in symfony2?

In Symfony 2.6 and older versions, to get a parameter in a controller - you should get the container first, and then - the needed parameter.

$this->container->getParameter('api_user');

This documentation chapter explains it.

While $this->get() method in a controller will load a service (doc)

In Symfony 2.7 and newer versions, to get a parameter in a controller you can use the following:

$this->getParameter('api_user');

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

@papigee should work on Windows 10 just fine. I'm using the integrated VSCode terminal with git bash and this always works for me.

winpty docker exec -it <container-id> //bin//sh

How to make the main content div fill height of screen with css

Well, there are different implementations for different browsers.

In my mind, the simplest and most elegant solution is using CSS calc(). Unfortunately, this method is unavailable in ie8 and less, and also not available in android browsers and mobile opera. If you're using separate methods for that, however, you can try this: http://jsfiddle.net/uRskD/

The markup:

<div id="header"></div>
<div id="body"></div>
<div id="footer"></div>

And the CSS:

html, body {
    height: 100%;
    margin: 0;
}
#header {
    background: #f0f;
    height: 20px;
}
#footer {
    background: #f0f;
    height: 20px;
}
#body {
    background: #0f0;
    min-height: calc(100% - 40px);
}

My secondary solution involves the sticky footer method and box-sizing. This basically allows for the body element to fill 100% height of its parent, and includes the padding in that 100% with box-sizing: border-box;. http://jsfiddle.net/uRskD/1/

html, body {
    height: 100%;
    margin: 0;
}
#header {
    background: #f0f;
    height: 20px;
    position: absolute;
    top: 0;
    left: 0;
    right: 0;
}
#footer {
    background: #f0f;
    height: 20px;
    position: absolute;
    bottom: 0;
    left: 0;
    right: 0;
}
#body {
    background: #0f0;
    min-height: 100%;
    box-sizing: border-box;
    padding-top: 20px;
    padding-bottom: 20px;
}

My third method would be to use jQuery to set the min-height of the main content area. http://jsfiddle.net/uRskD/2/

html, body {
    height: 100%;
    margin: 0;
}
#header {
    background: #f0f;
    height: 20px;
}
#footer {
    background: #f0f;
    height: 20px;
}
#body {
    background: #0f0;
}

And the JS:

$(function() {
    headerHeight = $('#header').height();
    footerHeight = $('#footer').height();
    windowHeight = $(window).height();
   $('#body').css('min-height', windowHeight - headerHeight - footerHeight);
});

How to rename uploaded file before saving it into a directory?

The move_uploaded_file will return false if the file was not successfully moved you can put something into your code to alert you in a log if that happens, that should help you figure out why your having trouble renaming the file

Should you commit .gitignore into the Git repos?

I put commit .gitignore, which is a courtesy to other who may build my project that the following files are derived and should be ignored.

I usually do a hybrid. I like to make makefile generate the .gitignore file since the makefile will know all the files associated with the project -derived or otherwise. Then have a top level project .gitignore that you check in, which would ignore the generated .gitignore files created by the makefile for the various sub directories.

So in my project, I might have a bin sub directory with all the built executables. Then, I'll have my makefile generate a .gitignore for that bin directory. And in the top directory .gitignore that lists bin/.gitignore. The top one is the one I check in.

SQLSTATE[HY000] [2002] php_network_getaddresses: getaddrinfo failed: Name or service not known

I was having the same problem and everyone was talking about this is related to DNS configuration, which make sense, since your container maybe isn't knowing how to resolve the name of the domain where your database is.

I guess your can configure that at the moment you start your container, but I think it's better to config this once and for all.

I'm using Windows 10 and in this case docker's gui give us some facilities.

Just right click on docker's icon in the tray bar and select "Settings" item.

Docker's options

Then, on the Docker's window, select the "Network" section and change the DNS option from "Automatic" to "Fixed" and hit "Apply". Docker will restart itself after that. I putted the Google's DNS (8.8.8.8) and it worked fine to me.

docker's network section with dns config

Hope it helps.

Calling filter returns <filter object at ... >

It's an iterator returned by the filter function.

If you want a list, just do

list(filter(f, range(2, 25)))

Nonetheless, you can just iterate over this object with a for loop.

for e in filter(f, range(2, 25)):
    do_stuff(e)

How to sort a list/tuple of lists/tuples by the element at a given index?

sorted_by_second = sorted(data, key=lambda tup: tup[1])

or:

data.sort(key=lambda tup: tup[1])  # sorts in place

What does git push -u mean?

When you push a new branch the first time use: >git push -u origin

After that, you can just type a shorter command: >git push

The first-time -u option created a persistent upstream tracking branch with your local branch.

How to call Oracle MD5 hash function?

To calculate MD5 hash of CLOB content field with my desired encoding without implicitly recoding content to AL32UTF8, I've used this code:

create or replace function clob2blob(AClob CLOB) return BLOB is
  Result BLOB;
  o1 integer;
  o2 integer;
  c integer;
  w integer;
begin
  o1 := 1;
  o2 := 1;
  c := 0;
  w := 0;
  DBMS_LOB.CreateTemporary(Result, true);
  DBMS_LOB.ConvertToBlob(Result, AClob, length(AClob), o1, o2, 0, c, w);
  return(Result);
end clob2blob;
/

update my_table t set t.hash = (rawtohex(DBMS_CRYPTO.Hash(clob2blob(t.content),2)));

Generate pdf from HTML in div using Javascript

To capture div as PDF you can use https://grabz.it solution. It's got a JavaScript API which is easy and flexible and will allow you to capture the contents of a single HTML element such as a div or a span

In order to implement it you will need to first get an app key and secret and download the (free) SDK.

And now an example.

Let's say you have the HTML:

<div id="features">
    <h4>Acme Camera</h4>
    <label>Price</label>$399<br />
    <label>Rating</label>4.5 out of 5
</div>
<p>Cras ut velit sed purus porttitor aliquam. Nulla tristique magna ac libero tempor, ac vestibulum felisvulput ate. Nam ut velit eget
risus porttitor tristique at ac diam. Sed nisi risus, rutrum a metus suscipit, euismod tristique nulla. Etiam venenatis rutrum risus at
blandit. In hac habitasse platea dictumst. Suspendisse potenti. Phasellus eget vehicula felis.</p>

To capture what is under the features id you will need to:

//add the sdk
<script type="text/javascript" src="grabzit.min.js"></script>
<script type="text/javascript">
//login with your key and secret. 
GrabzIt("KEY", "SECRET").ConvertURL("http://www.example.com/my-page.html",
{"target": "#features", "format": "pdf"}).Create();
</script>

Please note the target: #feature. #feature is you CSS selector, like in the previous example. Now, when the page is loaded an image screenshot will now be created in the same location as the script tag, which will contain all of the contents of the features div and nothing else.

The are other configuration and customization you can do to the div-screenshot mechanism, please check them out here

How to parse XML using vba

Thanks for the pointers.

I don't know, whether this is the best approach to the problem or not, but here is how I got it to work. I referenced the Microsoft XML, v2.6 dll in my VBA, and then the following code snippet, gives me the required values

Dim objXML As MSXML2.DOMDocument

Set objXML = New MSXML2.DOMDocument

If Not objXML.loadXML(strXML) Then  'strXML is the string with XML'
    Err.Raise objXML.parseError.ErrorCode, , objXML.parseError.reason
End If
 
Dim point As IXMLDOMNode
Set point = objXML.firstChild

Debug.Print point.selectSingleNode("X").Text
Debug.Print point.selectSingleNode("Y").Text

How to concat two ArrayLists?

If you want to do it one line and you do not want to change list1 or list2 you can do it using stream

List<String> list1 = Arrays.asList("London", "Paris");
List<String> list2 = Arrays.asList("Moscow", "Tver");

List<String> list = Stream.concat(list1.stream(),list2.stream()).collect(Collectors.toList());

Appending to an empty DataFrame in Pandas?

That should work:

>>> df = pd.DataFrame()
>>> data = pd.DataFrame({"A": range(3)})
>>> df.append(data)
   A
0  0
1  1
2  2

But the append doesn't happen in-place, so you'll have to store the output if you want it:

>>> df
Empty DataFrame
Columns: []
Index: []
>>> df = df.append(data)
>>> df
   A
0  0
1  1
2  2

Filter spark DataFrame on string contains

In pyspark,SparkSql syntax:

where column_n like 'xyz%'

might not work.

Use:

where column_n RLIKE '^xyz' 

This works perfectly fine.

Laravel Pagination links not including other GET parameters

Pass the page number for pagination as well. Some thing like this

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    $boards = Cache::remember('boards'.$currentPg, 60, function(){ return WhatEverModel::paginate(15); });
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SQL query for extracting year from a date

just pass the columnName as parameter of YEAR

SELECT YEAR(ASOFDATE) from PSASOFDATE;

another is to use DATE_FORMAT

SELECT DATE_FORMAT(ASOFDATE, '%Y') from PSASOFDATE;

UPDATE 1

I bet the value is varchar with the format MM/dd/YYYY, it that's the case,

SELECT YEAR(STR_TO_DATE('11/15/2012', '%m/%d/%Y'));

LAST RESORT if all the queries fail

use SUBSTRING

SELECT SUBSTRING('11/15/2012', 7, 4)

Axios get access to response header fields

In case of CORS requests, browsers can only access the following response headers by default:

  • Cache-Control
  • Content-Language
  • Content-Type
  • Expires
  • Last-Modified
  • Pragma

If you would like your client app to be able to access other headers, you need to set the Access-Control-Expose-Headers header on the server:

Access-Control-Expose-Headers: Access-Token, Uid

How to get duplicate items from a list using LINQ?

Here's another option:

var list = new List<string> { "6", "1", "2", "4", "6", "5", "1" };

var set = new HashSet<string>();
var duplicates = list.Where(x => !set.Add(x));

Creating a Shopping Cart using only HTML/JavaScript

For a project this size, you should stop writing pure JavaScript and turn to some of the libraries available. I'd recommend jQuery (http://jquery.com/), which allows you to select elements by css-selectors, which I recon should speed up your development quite a bit.

Example of your code then becomes;

function AddtoCart() {
  var len = $("#Items tr").length, $row, $inp1, $inp2, $cells;

  $row = $("#Items td:first").clone(true);
  $cells = $row.find("td");

  $cells.get(0).html( len );

  $inp1 = $cells.get(1).find("input:first");
  $inp1.attr("id", $inp1.attr("id") + len).val("");

  $inp2 = $cells.get(2).find("input:first");
  $inp2.attr("id", $inp2.attr("id") + len).val("");

  $("#Items").append($row);
    }

I can see that you might not understand that code yet, but take a look at jQuery, it's easy to learn and will make this development way faster.

I would use the libraries already created specifically for js shopping carts if I were you though.

To your problem; If i look at your jsFiddle, it doesn't even seem like you have defined a table with the id Items? Maybe that's why it doesn't work?

printf with std::string?

It's compiling because printf isn't type safe, since it uses variable arguments in the C sense1. printf has no option for std::string, only a C-style string. Using something else in place of what it expects definitely won't give you the results you want. It's actually undefined behaviour, so anything at all could happen.

The easiest way to fix this, since you're using C++, is printing it normally with std::cout, since std::string supports that through operator overloading:

std::cout << "Follow this command: " << myString;

If, for some reason, you need to extract the C-style string, you can use the c_str() method of std::string to get a const char * that is null-terminated. Using your example:

#include <iostream>
#include <string>
#include <stdio.h>

int main()
{
    using namespace std;

    string myString = "Press ENTER to quit program!";
    cout << "Come up and C++ me some time." << endl;
    printf("Follow this command: %s", myString.c_str()); //note the use of c_str
    cin.get();

    return 0;
}

If you want a function that is like printf, but type safe, look into variadic templates (C++11, supported on all major compilers as of MSVC12). You can find an example of one here. There's nothing I know of implemented like that in the standard library, but there might be in Boost, specifically boost::format.


[1]: This means that you can pass any number of arguments, but the function relies on you to tell it the number and types of those arguments. In the case of printf, that means a string with encoded type information like %d meaning int. If you lie about the type or number, the function has no standard way of knowing, although some compilers have the ability to check and give warnings when you lie.

How can I use an ES6 import in Node.js?

You may try esm.

Here is some introduction: esm

CSS Background Opacity

Just make sure to put width and height for the foreground the same with the background, or try to have top, bottom, left and right properties.

<style>
    .foreground, .background {
        position: absolute;
    }
    .foreground {
        z-index: 1;
    }
    .background {
        background-image: url(your/image/here.jpg);
        opacity: 0.4;
    }
</style>

<div class="foreground"></div>
<div class="background"></div>

WebRTC vs Websockets: If WebRTC can do Video, Audio, and Data, why do I need Websockets?

Webrtc is a part of peer to peer connection. We all know that before creating peer to peer connection, it requires handshaking process to establish peer to peer connection. And websockets play the role of handshaking process.

Can I use Class.newInstance() with constructor arguments?

I think this is exactly what you want http://da2i.univ-lille1.fr/doc/tutorial-java/reflect/object/arg.html

Although it seems a dead thread, someone might find it useful

How to execute a .bat file from a C# windows form app?

For the problem you're having about the batch file asking the user if the destination is a folder or file, if you know the answer in advance, you can do as such:

If destination is a file: echo f | [batch file path]

If folder: echo d | [batch file path]

It will essentially just pipe the letter after "echo" to the input of the batch file.

How do I convert from stringstream to string in C++?

Use the .str()-method:

Manages the contents of the underlying string object.

1) Returns a copy of the underlying string as if by calling rdbuf()->str().

2) Replaces the contents of the underlying string as if by calling rdbuf()->str(new_str)...

Notes

The copy of the underlying string returned by str is a temporary object that will be destructed at the end of the expression, so directly calling c_str() on the result of str() (for example in auto *ptr = out.str().c_str();) results in a dangling pointer...

How to effectively work with multiple files in Vim

Listing

To see a list of current buffers, I use:

:ls

Opening

To open a new file, I use

:e ../myFile.pl

with enhanced tab completion (put set wildmenu in your .vimrc).

Note: you can also use :find which will search a set of paths for you, but you need to customize those paths first.


Switching

To switch between all open files, I use

:b myfile

with enhanced tab completion (still set wildmenu).

Note: :b# chooses the last visited file, so you can use it to switch quickly between two files.


Using windows

Ctrl-W s and Ctrl-W v to split the current window horizontally and vertically. You can also use :split and :vertical split (:sp and :vs)

Ctrl-W w to switch between open windows, and Ctrl-W h (or j or k or l) to navigate through open windows.

Ctrl-W c to close the current window, and Ctrl-W o to close all windows except the current one.

Starting vim with a -o or -O flag opens each file in its own split.


With all these I don't need tabs in Vim, and my fingers find my buffers, not my eyes.

Note: if you want all files to go to the same instance of Vim, start Vim with the --remote-silent option.

Finding what methods a Python object has

On top of the more direct answers, I'd be remiss if I didn't mention IPython.

Hit Tab to see the available methods, with autocompletion.

And once you've found a method, try:

help(object.method)

to see the pydocs, method signature, etc.

Ahh... REPL.

Get all column names of a DataTable into string array using (LINQ/Predicate)

Try this (LINQ method syntax):

string[] columnNames = dt.Columns.Cast<DataColumn>()
                                 .Select(x => x.ColumnName)
                                 .ToArray();  

or in LINQ Query syntax:

string[] columnNames = (from dc in dt.Columns.Cast<DataColumn>()
                        select dc.ColumnName).ToArray();

Cast is required, because Columns is of type DataColumnCollection which is a IEnumerable, not IEnumerable<DataColumn>. The other parts should be obvious.

Getting random numbers in Java

int max = 50;
int min = 1;

1. Using Math.random()

double random = Math.random() * 49 + 1;
or
int random = (int )(Math.random() * 50 + 1);

This will give you value from 1 to 50 in case of int or 1.0 (inclusive) to 50.0 (exclusive) in case of double

Why?

random() method returns a random number between 0.0 and 0.9..., you multiply it by 50, so upper limit becomes 0.0 to 49.999... when you add 1, it becomes 1.0 to 50.999..., now when you truncate to int, you get 1 to 50. (thanks to @rup in comments). leepoint's awesome write-up on both the approaches.

2. Using Random class in Java.

Random rand = new Random(); 
int value = rand.nextInt(50); 

This will give value from 0 to 49.

For 1 to 50: rand.nextInt((max - min) + 1) + min;

Source of some Java Random awesomeness.

How to code a BAT file to always run as admin mode?

Just add this to the top of your bat file:

set "params=%*"
cd /d "%~dp0" && ( if exist "%temp%\getadmin.vbs" del "%temp%\getadmin.vbs" ) && fsutil dirty query %systemdrive% 1>nul 2>nul || (  echo Set UAC = CreateObject^("Shell.Application"^) : UAC.ShellExecute "cmd.exe", "/k cd ""%~sdp0"" && %~s0 %params%", "", "runas", 1 >> "%temp%\getadmin.vbs" && "%temp%\getadmin.vbs" && exit /B )

It will elevate to admin and also stay in the correct directory. Tested on Windows 10.

css transform, jagged edges in chrome

You might be able to mask the jagging using blurred box-shadows. Using -webkit-box-shadow instead of box-shadow will make sure it doesn't affect non-webkit browsers. You might want to check Safari and the mobile webkit browsers though.

The result is somewhat better, but still a lot less good then with the other browsers:

with box shadow (underside)

How to download Javadoc to read offline?

The updated latest version of "The Java language Specification" can be found via the following links. Java 7

Java 8

How to store Configuration file and read it using React

In case you have a .properties file or a .ini file

Actually in case if you have any file that has key value pairs like this:

someKey=someValue
someOtherKey=someOtherValue

You can import that into webpack by a npm module called properties-reader

I found this really helpful since I'm integrating react with Java Spring framework where there is already an application.properties file. This helps me to keep all config together in one place.

  1. Import that from dependencies section in package.json

"properties-reader": "0.0.16"

  1. Import this module into webpack.config.js on top

const PropertiesReader = require('properties-reader');

  1. Read the properties file

const appProperties = PropertiesReader('Path/to/your/properties.file')._properties;

  1. Import this constant as config

externals: { 'Config': JSON.stringify(appProperties) }

  1. Use it as the same way as mentioned in the accepted answer

var Config = require('Config') fetchData(Config.serverUrl + '/Enterprises/...')

HashSet vs. List performance

Depends on a lot of factors... List implementation, CPU architecture, JVM, loop semantics, complexity of equals method, etc... By the time the list gets big enough to effectively benchmark (1000+ elements), Hash-based binary lookups beat linear searches hands-down, and the difference only scales up from there.

Hope this helps!

jQuery scrollTop() doesn't seem to work in Safari or Chrome (Windows)

Yeah, there appears to be a bug in Chrome when it comes to modifying the body, trying to make it into an offsetParent. As a work-around, I suggest you simply add another div to wrap the #content div, and make that scroll:

html, body { height: 100%; padding: 0; } 
html { width: 100%; background-color: #222; overflow: hidden; margin: 0; } 
body 
{ 
   width: 40em; margin: 0px auto; /* narrow center column layout */
   background-color: white; 
   position: relative; /* allow positioning children relative to this element */
} 
#scrollContainer /* wraps #content, scrolls */
{ 
  overflow: auto; /* scroll! */
  position:absolute; /* make offsetParent */
  top: 0; height: 100%; width: 100%; /* fill parent */
} 
#header 
{ 
  position: absolute; 
  top: 0px; height: 50px; width: 38.5em; 
  background-color: white; 
  z-index: 1; /* sit above #content in final layout */
} 
#content { padding: 5px 14px 50px 5px;  } 

Tested in FF 3.5.5, Chrome 3.0.195.33, IE8

Live demonstration:

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$(function() {_x000D_
        $('#header').find('button').click(function(ev) {_x000D_
          var button = $(this), target = $('div.' + button.attr('class'));_x000D_
          var scroll = target.offsetParent().scrollTop(); _x000D_
          target.offsetParent().scrollTop(target.offset().top + scroll - 50);_x000D_
        });_x000D_
      });
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html, body { height: 100%; padding: 0; }_x000D_
      html { width: 100%; background-color: #222; overflow: hidden; margin: 0; }_x000D_
      body { width: 40em; margin: 0px auto; background-color: white; position: relative; }_x000D_
      #scrollContainer { overflow: auto; position:absolute; top: 0; height: 100%; width: 100%; }_x000D_
      #header { position: absolute; top: 0px; height: 50px; width: 38.5em; background-color: white; z-index: 1; }_x000D_
      #content { padding: 5px 14px 50px 5px;  }
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<script src="https://ajax.googleapis.com/ajax/libs/jquery/1.9.1/jquery.min.js"></script>_x000D_
    <div id='header'> _x000D_
      Header Box_x000D_
      <button class='A'>A</button> _x000D_
      <button class='B'>B</button> _x000D_
      <button class='C'>C</button> _x000D_
    </div> _x000D_
    <div id='scrollContainer'>_x000D_
    <div id='content'> _x000D_
      <div style='height: 50px'> </div> _x000D_
      <div class='A'> _x000D_
        <h1>A</h1> _x000D_
        <p>My name is Boffer Bings. I was born of honest parents in one of the humbler walks of life, my father being a manufacturer of dog-oil and my mother having a small studio in the shadow of the village church, where she disposed of unwelcome babes. In my boyhood I was trained to habits of industry; I not only assisted my father in procuring dogs for his vats, but was frequently employed by my mother to carry away the debris of her work in the studio. In performance of this duty I sometimes had need of all my natural intelligence for all the law officers of the vicinity were opposed to my mother's business. They were not elected on an opposition ticket, and the matter had never been made a political issue; it just happened so. My father's business of making dog-oil was, naturally, less unpopular, though the owners of missing dogs sometimes regarded him with suspicion, which was reflected, to some extent, upon me. My father had, as silent partners, all the physicians of the town, who seldom wrote a prescription which did not contain what they were pleased to designate as _Ol. can._ It is really the most valuable medicine ever discovered. But most persons are unwilling to make personal sacrifices for the afflicted, and it was evident that many of the fattest dogs in town had been forbidden to play with me--a fact which pained my young sensibilities, and at one time came near driving me to become a pirate._x000D_
      </div> _x000D_
      <div class='B'> _x000D_
        <h1>B</h1> _x000D_
        <p> _x000D_
        Looking back upon those days, I cannot but regret, at times, that by indirectly bringing my beloved parents to their death I was the author of misfortunes profoundly affecting my future._x000D_
        <p> _x000D_
        One evening while passing my father's oil factory with the body of a foundling from my mother's studio I saw a constable who seemed to be closely watching my movements. Young as I was, I had learned that a constable's acts, of whatever apparent character, are prompted by the most reprehensible motives, and I avoided him by dodging into the oilery by a side door which happened to stand ajar. I locked it at once and was alone with my dead. My father had retired for the night. The only light in the place came from the furnace, which glowed a deep, rich crimson under one of the vats, casting ruddy reflections on the walls. Within the cauldron the oil still rolled in indolent ebullition, occasionally pushing to the surface a piece of dog. Seating myself to wait for the constable to go away, I held the naked body of the foundling in my lap and tenderly stroked its short, silken hair. Ah, how beautiful it was! Even at that early age I was passionately fond of children, and as I looked upon this cherub I could almost find it in my heart to wish that the small, red wound upon its breast--the work of my dear mother--had not been mortal._x000D_
      </div> _x000D_
      <div class='C'> _x000D_
        <h1>C</h1> _x000D_
        <p>It had been my custom to throw the babes into the river which nature had thoughtfully provided for the purpose, but that night I did not dare to leave the oilery for fear of the constable. "After all," I said to myself, "it cannot greatly matter if I put it into this cauldron. My father will never know the bones from those of a puppy, and the few deaths which may result from administering another kind of oil for the incomparable _ol. can._ are not important in a population which increases so rapidly." In short, I took the first step in crime and brought myself untold sorrow by casting the babe into the cauldron._x000D_
      </div> _x000D_
      <div style='height: 75em;'> </div> _x000D_
    </div> _x000D_
    </div>
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How to insert image in mysql database(table)?

I tried all above solution and fail, it just added a null file to the DB.

However, I was able to get it done by moving the image(fileName.jpg) file first in to below folder(in my case) C:\ProgramData\MySQL\MySQL Server 5.7\Uploads and then I executed below command and it works for me,

INSERT INTO xx_BLOB(ID,IMAGE) VALUES(1,LOAD_FILE('C:/ProgramData/MySQL/MySQL Server 5.7/Uploads/fileName.jpg'));

Hope this helps.

Resolve build errors due to circular dependency amongst classes

Here is the solution for templates: How to handle circular dependencies with templates

The clue to solving this problem is to declare both classes before providing the definitions (implementations). It’s not possible to split the declaration and definition into separate files, but you can structure them as if they were in separate files.

Delete all documents from index/type without deleting type

I'm using elasticsearch 7.5 and when I use

curl -XPOST 'localhost:9200/materials/_delete_by_query?conflicts=proceed&pretty' -d'
{
    "query": {
        "match_all": {}
    }
}'

which will throw below error.

{
  "error" : "Content-Type header [application/x-www-form-urlencoded] is not supported",
  "status" : 406
}

I also need to add extra -H 'Content-Type: application/json' header in the request to make it works.

curl -XPOST 'localhost:9200/materials/_delete_by_query?conflicts=proceed&pretty'  -H 'Content-Type: application/json' -d'
{
    "query": {
        "match_all": {}
    }
}'
{
  "took" : 465,
  "timed_out" : false,
  "total" : 2275,
  "deleted" : 2275,
  "batches" : 3,
  "version_conflicts" : 0,
  "noops" : 0,
  "retries" : {
    "bulk" : 0,
    "search" : 0
  },
  "throttled_millis" : 0,
  "requests_per_second" : -1.0,
  "throttled_until_millis" : 0,
  "failures" : [ ]
}

What is 'PermSize' in Java?

This blog post gives a nice explanation and some background. Basically, the "permanent generation" (whose size is given by PermSize) is used to store things that the JVM has to allocate space for, but which will not (normally) be garbage-collected (hence "permanent") (+). That means for example loaded classes and static fields.

There is also a FAQ on garbage collection directly from Sun, which answers some questions about the permanent generation. Finally, here's a blog post with a lot of technical detail.

(+) Actually parts of the permanent generation will be GCed, e.g. class objects will be removed when a class is unloaded. But that was uncommon when the permanent generation was introduced into the JVM, hence the name.

ImportError: No module named BeautifulSoup

I had the same problem with eclipse on windows 10.

I installed it like recommende over the windows command window (cmd) with:

C:\Users\NAMEOFUSER\AppData\Local\Programs\Python\beautifulsoup4-4.8.2\setup.py install 

BeautifulSoup was install like this in my python directory:

C:\Users\NAMEOFUSE\AppData\Local\Programs\Python\Python38\Lib\site-packages\beautifulsoup4-4.8.2-py3.8.egg

After manually coping the bs4 and EGG-INFO folders into the site-packages folder everything started to work, also the example:

from bs4 import BeautifulSoup


html = """
    <html>
        <body>
            <p> Ich bin ein Absatz!</p>
        </body>
    </html>
"""
print(html)


soup = BeautifulSoup(html, 'html.parser')

print(soup.find_all("p"))

Error: Node Sass does not yet support your current environment: Windows 64-bit with false

This error message does not indicate a problem with Ionic, but rather with node-sass, which is specified to execute in your Gulp file.

The node-sass error:

Node Sass does not yet support your current environment

indicates that the version of node-sass you are trying to run is not compatible with the version of node installed.

Check the Node Sass release notes for the version of node-sass you have, to see which version of node is required.

If the version of node is wrong, you must downgrade node, or upgrade node-sass, until you have a compatible pair. If the node version is supported, you may just need to run:

npm rebuild node-sass

(with -g if node-sass was installed globally).

If that doesn't work, you can:

npm uninstall node-sass && npm install node-sass

(again, with -g if necessary).

This github issue has lots of more info on this.

Is there a Sleep/Pause/Wait function in JavaScript?

setTimeout() function it's use to delay a process in JavaScript.

w3schools has an easy tutorial about this function.

Scraping html tables into R data frames using the XML package

The rvest along with xml2 is another popular package for parsing html web pages.

library(rvest)
theurl <- "http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Brazil_national_football_team"
file<-read_html(theurl)
tables<-html_nodes(file, "table")
table1 <- html_table(tables[4], fill = TRUE)

The syntax is easier to use than the xml package and for most web pages the package provides all of the options ones needs.

Change a Django form field to a hidden field

If you want the field to always be hidden, use the following:

class MyForm(forms.Form):
    hidden_input = forms.CharField(widget=forms.HiddenInput(), initial="value")

If you want the field to be conditionally hidden, you can do the following:

form = MyForm()
if condition:
    form.fields["field_name"].widget = forms.HiddenInput()
    form.fields["field_name"].initial = "value"

How to get Selected Text from select2 when using <input>

Used this for show text

var data = $('#id-selected-input').select2('data'); 
data.forEach(function (item) { 
    alert(item.text); 
})

How to use external ".js" files

In your head element add

<script type="text/javascript" src="myscript.js"></script>

How to edit Docker container files from the host?

There are two ways to mount files into your container. It looks like you want a bind mount.

Bind Mounts

This mounts local files directly into the container's filesystem. The containerside path and the hostside path both point to the same file. Edits made from either side will show up on both sides.

  • mount the file:
? echo foo > ./foo
? docker run --mount type=bind,source=$(pwd)/foo,target=/foo -it debian:latest
# cat /foo
foo # local file shows up in container
  • in a separate shell, edit the file:
? echo 'bar' > ./foo # make a hostside change
  • back in the container:
# cat /foo
bar # the hostside change shows up
# echo baz > /foo # make a containerside change
# exit
 
? cat foo
baz # the containerside change shows up

Volume Mounts

  • mount the volume
? docker run --mount type=volume,source=foovolume,target=/foo  -it debian:latest
root@containerB# echo 'this is in a volume' > /foo/data
  • the local filesystem is unchanged
  • docker sees a new volume:
? docker volume ls
DRIVER    VOLUME NAME
local     foovolume
  • create a new container with the same volume
? docker run --mount type=volume,source=foovolume,target=/foo  -it debian:latest
root@containerC:/# cat /foo/data
this is in a volume # data is still available

syntax: -v vs --mount

These do the same thing. -v is more concise, --mount is more explicit.

bind mounts

-v /hostside/path:/containerside/path
--mount type=bind,source=/hostside/path,target=/containerside/path

volume mounts

-v /containerside/path
-v volumename:/containerside/path
--mount type=volume,source=volumename,target=/containerside/path

(If a volume name is not specified, a random one is chosen.)

The documentaion tries to convince you to use one thing in favor of another instead of just telling you how it works, which is confusing.

How do you push just a single Git branch (and no other branches)?

Minor update on top of Karthik Bose's answer - you can configure git globally, to affect all of your workspaces to behave that way:

git config --global push.default upstream

Google Chrome default opening position and size

You should just grab the window by the title bar and snap it to the left side of your screen (close browser) then reopen the browser ans snap it to the top... problem is over.

CRON command to run URL address every 5 minutes

Nothing worked for me on my linux hosting. The only possible commands they provide are:

/usr/local/bin/php absolute/path/to/cron/script

and

/usr/local/bin/ea-php56 absolute/domain_path/path/to/cron/script 

This is how I made it to work: 1. I created simple test.php file with the following content:

echo file_get_contents('http://example.com/check/');

2. I set the cronjob with the option server gived me using absolute inner path :)

/usr/local/bin/php absolute/path/to/public_html/test.php

Pad a number with leading zeros in JavaScript

Funny, I recently had to do this.

function padDigits(number, digits) {
    return Array(Math.max(digits - String(number).length + 1, 0)).join(0) + number;
}

Use like:

padDigits(9, 4);  // "0009"
padDigits(10, 4); // "0010"
padDigits(15000, 4); // "15000"

Not beautiful, but effective.

How to make an AlertDialog in Flutter?

You can use this code snippet for creating a two buttoned Alert box,

import 'package:flutter/material.dart';

class BaseAlertDialog extends StatelessWidget {

  //When creating please recheck 'context' if there is an error!

  Color _color = Color.fromARGB(220, 117, 218 ,255);

  String _title;
  String _content;
  String _yes;
  String _no;
  Function _yesOnPressed;
  Function _noOnPressed;

  BaseAlertDialog({String title, String content, Function yesOnPressed, Function noOnPressed, String yes = "Yes", String no = "No"}){
    this._title = title;
    this._content = content;
    this._yesOnPressed = yesOnPressed;
    this._noOnPressed = noOnPressed;
    this._yes = yes;
    this._no = no;
  }

  @override
  Widget build(BuildContext context) {
    return AlertDialog(
      title: new Text(this._title),
      content: new Text(this._content),
      backgroundColor: this._color,
      shape:
          RoundedRectangleBorder(borderRadius: new BorderRadius.circular(15)),
      actions: <Widget>[
        new FlatButton(
          child: new Text(this._yes),
          textColor: Colors.greenAccent,
          onPressed: () {
            this._yesOnPressed();
          },
        ),
        new FlatButton(
          child: Text(this._no),
          textColor: Colors.redAccent,
          onPressed: () {
            this._noOnPressed();
          },
        ),
      ],
    );
  }
}

To show the dialog you can have a method that calls it NB after importing BaseAlertDialog class

_confirmRegister() {
var baseDialog = BaseAlertDialog(
    title: "Confirm Registration",
    content: "I Agree that the information provided is correct",
    yesOnPressed: () {},
    noOnPressed: () {},
    yes: "Agree",
    no: "Cancel");
showDialog(context: context, builder: (BuildContext context) => baseDialog);
}

OUTPUT WILL BE LIKE THIS

Output

Permission is only granted to system app

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

"A referral was returned from the server" exception when accessing AD from C#

This is the answer for the question.Reason for the cause is my LDAP string was wrong.

    try
    {
        string adServer = ConfigurationManager.AppSettings["Server"];
        string adDomain = ConfigurationManager.AppSettings["Domain"];
        string adUsername = ConfigurationManager.AppSettings["AdiminUsername"];
        string password = ConfigurationManager.AppSettings["Password"];
        string[] dc = adDomain.Split('.');
        string dcAdDomain = string.Empty;

        foreach (string item in dc)
        {
            if (dc[dc.Length - 1].Equals(item))
                dcAdDomain = dcAdDomain + "DC=" + item;
            else
                dcAdDomain = dcAdDomain + "DC=" + item + ",";
        }

        DirectoryEntry de = new DirectoryEntry("LDAP://" + adServer + "/CN=Users," + dcAdDomain, adUsername, password);

        DirectorySearcher ds = new DirectorySearcher(de);

        ds.SearchScope = SearchScope.Subtree;

        ds.Filter = "(&(objectClass=User)(sAMAccountName=" + username + "))";

        if (ds.FindOne() != null)
            return true;
    }
    catch (Exception ex)
    {
        ExLog(ex);
    }
    return false;

remove legend title in ggplot

Since you may have more than one legends in a plot, a way to selectively remove just one of the titles without leaving an empty space is to set the name argument of the scale_ function to NULL, i.e.

scale_fill_discrete(name = NULL)

(kudos to @pascal for a comment on another thread)

What is the fastest way to transpose a matrix in C++?

Some details about transposing 4x4 square float (I will discuss 32-bit integer later) matrices with x86 hardware. It's helpful to start here in order to transpose larger square matrices such as 8x8 or 16x16.

_MM_TRANSPOSE4_PS(r0, r1, r2, r3) is implemented differently by different compilers. GCC and ICC (I have not checked Clang) use unpcklps, unpckhps, unpcklpd, unpckhpd whereas MSVC uses only shufps. We can actually combine these two approaches together like this.

t0 = _mm_unpacklo_ps(r0, r1);
t1 = _mm_unpackhi_ps(r0, r1);
t2 = _mm_unpacklo_ps(r2, r3);
t3 = _mm_unpackhi_ps(r2, r3);

r0 = _mm_shuffle_ps(t0,t2, 0x44);
r1 = _mm_shuffle_ps(t0,t2, 0xEE);
r2 = _mm_shuffle_ps(t1,t3, 0x44);
r3 = _mm_shuffle_ps(t1,t3, 0xEE);

One interesting observation is that two shuffles can be converted to one shuffle and two blends (SSE4.1) like this.

t0 = _mm_unpacklo_ps(r0, r1);
t1 = _mm_unpackhi_ps(r0, r1);
t2 = _mm_unpacklo_ps(r2, r3);
t3 = _mm_unpackhi_ps(r2, r3);

v  = _mm_shuffle_ps(t0,t2, 0x4E);
r0 = _mm_blend_ps(t0,v, 0xC);
r1 = _mm_blend_ps(t2,v, 0x3);
v  = _mm_shuffle_ps(t1,t3, 0x4E);
r2 = _mm_blend_ps(t1,v, 0xC);
r3 = _mm_blend_ps(t3,v, 0x3);

This effectively converted 4 shuffles into 2 shuffles and 4 blends. This uses 2 more instructions than the implementation of GCC, ICC, and MSVC. The advantage is that it reduces port pressure which may have a benefit in some circumstances. Currently all the shuffles and unpacks can go only to one particular port whereas the blends can go to either of two different ports.

I tried using 8 shuffles like MSVC and converting that into 4 shuffles + 8 blends but it did not work. I still had to use 4 unpacks.

I used this same technique for a 8x8 float transpose (see towards the end of that answer). https://stackoverflow.com/a/25627536/2542702. In that answer I still had to use 8 unpacks but I manged to convert the 8 shuffles into 4 shuffles and 8 blends.

For 32-bit integers there is nothing like shufps (except for 128-bit shuffles with AVX512) so it can only be implemented with unpacks which I don't think can be convert to blends (efficiently). With AVX512 vshufi32x4 acts effectively like shufps except for 128-bit lanes of 4 integers instead of 32-bit floats so this same technique might be possibly with vshufi32x4 in some cases. With Knights Landing shuffles are four times slower (throughput) than blends.

C# - How to add an Excel Worksheet programmatically - Office XP / 2003

Another "Up Tick" for AR..., but if you don't have to use interop I would avoid it altogether. This product is actually quite interesting: http://www.clearoffice.com/ and it provides a very intuitive, fully managed, api for manipulation excel files and seems to be free. (at least for the time being) SpreadSheetGear is also excellent but pricey.

my two cents.

Regular expression for address field validation

In case if you don't have a fixed format for the address as mentioned above, I would use regex expression just to eliminate the symbols which are not used in the address (like specialized sybmols - &(%#$^). Result would be:

[A-Za-z0-9'\.\-\s\,]

select the TOP N rows from a table

In MySql, you can get 10 rows starting from row 20 using:

SELECT * FROM Reflow  
WHERE ReflowProcessID = somenumber
ORDER BY ID DESC
LIMIT 10 OFFSET 20 --Equivalent to LIMIT 20, 10

A table name as a variable

Use sp_executesql to execute any SQL, e.g.

DECLARE @tbl    sysname,
        @sql    nvarchar(4000),
        @params nvarchar(4000),
        @count  int

DECLARE tblcur CURSOR STATIC LOCAL FOR
   SELECT object_name(id) FROM syscolumns WHERE name = 'LastUpdated'
   ORDER  BY 1
OPEN tblcur

WHILE 1 = 1
BEGIN
   FETCH tblcur INTO @tbl
   IF @@fetch_status <> 0
      BREAK

   SELECT @sql =
   N' SELECT @cnt = COUNT(*) FROM dbo.' + quotename(@tbl) +
   N' WHERE LastUpdated BETWEEN @fromdate AND ' +
   N'                           coalesce(@todate, ''99991231'')'
   SELECT @params = N'@fromdate datetime, ' +
                    N'@todate   datetime = NULL, ' +
                    N'@cnt      int      OUTPUT'
   EXEC sp_executesql @sql, @params, '20060101', @cnt = @count OUTPUT

   PRINT @tbl + ': ' + convert(varchar(10), @count) + ' modified rows.'
END

DEALLOCATE tblcur

How to calculate the difference between two dates using PHP?

$date = '2012.11.13';
$dateOfReturn = '2017.10.31';

$substract = str_replace('.', '-', $date);

$substract2 = str_replace('.', '-', $dateOfReturn);



$date1 = $substract;
$date2 = $substract2;

$ts1 = strtotime($date1);
$ts2 = strtotime($date2);

$year1 = date('Y', $ts1);
$year2 = date('Y', $ts2);

$month1 = date('m', $ts1);
$month2 = date('m', $ts2);

echo $diff = (($year2 - $year1) * 12) + ($month2 - $month1);

How to get the max of two values in MySQL?

You can use GREATEST function with not nullable fields. If one of this values (or both) can be NULL, don't use it (result can be NULL).

select 
    if(
        fieldA is NULL, 
        if(fieldB is NULL, NULL, fieldB), /* second NULL is default value */
        if(fieldB is NULL, field A, GREATEST(fieldA, fieldB))
    ) as maxValue

You can change NULL to your preferred default value (if both values is NULL).

How to enable curl in xampp?

First, make sure you have libcurl (see: http://curl.haxx.se) installed. Then make sure your copy of PHP has been compiled with the --with-curl[=DIR] flag. For more info see:

If XAMPP comes pre-compiled with cURL you may just need to enable the extension in your php.ini file (usually by removing a semicolon at the start of the line which includes the extension).

Change Toolbar color in Appcompat 21

Hey if you want to apply Material theme for only android 5.0 then you can add this theme in it

<style name="AppHomeTheme" parent="@android:style/Theme.Material.Light">

        <!-- customize the color palette -->
        <item name="android:colorPrimary">@color/blue_dark_bg</item>
        <item name="android:colorPrimaryDark">@color/blue_status_bar</item>
        <item name="android:colorAccent">@color/blue_color_accent</item>
        <item name="android:textColor">@android:color/white</item>
        <item name="android:textColorPrimary">@android:color/white</item>
        <item name="android:actionMenuTextColor">@android:color/black</item>
    </style> 

Here below line is responsibly for text color of Actionbar of Material design.

<item name="android:textColorPrimary">@android:color/white</item>

Why am I getting this error Premature end of file?

One of the other reason is , you should whitelist your IP address (IPv4) in your mongodb settings. Hope it resolves !

Create Git branch with current changes

Like stated in this question: Git: Create a branch from unstagged/uncommited changes on master: stash is not necessary.

Just use:

git checkout -b topic/newbranch

Any uncommitted work will be taken along to the new branch.

If you try to push you will get the following message

fatal: The current branch feature/NEWBRANCH has no upstream branch. To push the current branch and set the remote as upstream, use

git push --set-upstream origin feature/feature/NEWBRANCH

Just do as suggested to create the branch remotely:

git push --set-upstream origin feature/feature/NEWBRANCH

Error Code: 2013. Lost connection to MySQL server during query

You should set the 'interactive_timeout' and 'wait_timeout' properties in the mysql config file to the values you need.

How to create a custom exception type in Java?

You need to create a class that extends from Exception. It should look like this:

public class MyOwnException extends Exception {
    public MyOwnException () {

    }

    public MyOwnException (String message) {
        super (message);
    }

    public MyOwnException (Throwable cause) {
        super (cause);
    }

    public MyOwnException (String message, Throwable cause) {
        super (message, cause);
    }
}

Your question does not specify if this new exception should be checked or unchecked.

As you can see here, the two types are different:

  • Checked exceptions are meant to flag a problematic situation that should be handled by the developer who calls your method. It should be possible to recover from such an exception. A good example of this is a FileNotFoundException. Those exceptions are subclasses of Exception.

  • Unchecked exceptions are meant to represent a bug in your code, an unexpected situation that you might not be able to recover from. A NullPointerException is a classical example. Those exceptions are subclasses of RuntimeException

Checked exception must be handled by the calling method, either by catching it and acting accordingly, or by throwing it to the calling method. Unchecked exceptions are not meant to be caught, even though it is possible to do so.

How to initialize a private static const map in C++?

#include <map>
using namespace std;

struct A{
    static map<int,int> create_map()
        {
          map<int,int> m;
          m[1] = 2;
          m[3] = 4;
          m[5] = 6;
          return m;
        }
    static const map<int,int> myMap;

};

const map<int,int> A:: myMap =  A::create_map();

int main() {
}

How can one create an overlay in css?

I would suggest using css attributes to do this. You can use position:absolute to position an element on top of another.

For example:

<div id="container">
   <div id="on-top">Top!</div>
   <div id="on-bottom">Bottom!</div>
</div>

and css

#container {position:relative;}
#on-top {position:absolute; z-index:5;}
#on-bottom {position:absolute; z-index:4;}

I would take a look at this for advice: http://www.w3schools.com/cssref/pr_class_position.asp

And finally here is a jsfiddle to show you my example

http://jsfiddle.net/Wgfw6/

C# equivalent of the IsNull() function in SQL Server

    public static T IsNull<T>(this T DefaultValue, T InsteadValue)
    {

        object obj="kk";

        if((object) DefaultValue == DBNull.Value)
        {
            obj = null;
        }

        if (obj==null || DefaultValue==null || DefaultValue.ToString()=="")
        {
            return InsteadValue;
        }
        else
        {
            return DefaultValue;
        }

    }

//This method can work with DBNull and null value. This method is question's answer

Wait for Angular 2 to load/resolve model before rendering view/template

Try {{model?.person.name}} this should wait for model to not be undefined and then render.

Angular 2 refers to this ?. syntax as the Elvis operator. Reference to it in the documentation is hard to find so here is a copy of it in case they change/move it:

The Elvis Operator ( ?. ) and null property paths

The Angular “Elvis” operator ( ?. ) is a fluent and convenient way to guard against null and undefined values in property paths. Here it is, protecting against a view render failure if the currentHero is null.

The current hero's name is {{currentHero?.firstName}}

Let’s elaborate on the problem and this particular solution.

What happens when the following data bound title property is null?

The title is {{ title }}

The view still renders but the displayed value is blank; we see only "The title is" with nothing after it. That is reasonable behavior. At least the app doesn't crash.

Suppose the template expression involves a property path as in this next example where we’re displaying the firstName of a null hero.

The null hero's name is {{nullHero.firstName}}

JavaScript throws a null reference error and so does Angular:

TypeError: Cannot read property 'firstName' of null in [null]

Worse, the entire view disappears.

We could claim that this is reasonable behavior if we believed that the hero property must never be null. If it must never be null and yet it is null, we've made a programming error that should be caught and fixed. Throwing an exception is the right thing to do.

On the other hand, null values in the property path may be OK from time to time, especially when we know the data will arrive eventually.

While we wait for data, the view should render without complaint and the null property path should display as blank just as the title property does.

Unfortunately, our app crashes when the currentHero is null.

We could code around that problem with NgIf

<!--No hero, div not displayed, no error --> <div *ngIf="nullHero">The null hero's name is {{nullHero.firstName}}</div>

Or we could try to chain parts of the property path with &&, knowing that the expression bails out when it encounters the first null.

The null hero's name is {{nullHero && nullHero.firstName}}

These approaches have merit but they can be cumbersome, especially if the property path is long. Imagine guarding against a null somewhere in a long property path such as a.b.c.d.

The Angular “Elvis” operator ( ?. ) is a more fluent and convenient way to guard against nulls in property paths. The expression bails out when it hits the first null value. The display is blank but the app keeps rolling and there are no errors.

<!-- No hero, no problem! --> The null hero's name is {{nullHero?.firstName}}

It works perfectly with long property paths too:

a?.b?.c?.d

How can I get the console logs from the iOS Simulator?

iOS 8 and iOS 9

Under iOS 8 and iOS 9 this location is now:

~/Library/Logs/CoreSimulator/<DEVICE_CODE>

So, the following will work:

tail -f ~/Library/Logs/CoreSimulator/<DEVICE_CODE>/system.log

The DEVICE_CODE value can be found via the following console command:

instruments -s devices

How can I remove punctuation from input text in Java?

You can use following regular expression construct

Punctuation: One of !"#$%&'()*+,-./:;<=>?@[]^_`{|}~

inputString.replaceAll("\\p{Punct}", "");

XAMPP: Couldn't start Apache (Windows 10)

You may just have updated your Windows to Version 1903 (OS Build:18362.239) or have changed user passwords. Despite having eliminated all port conflicts, I still kept getting the messages described by the OP at the very start of this post.

In the end I cured it by upgrading to XAMPP to 7.3.7. (When forced to reinstall, you might as well upgrade at the same time!)

But the problem reoccurred when I again went to change the 'root' user password.

The console error messages were masking the fact that table mysql.user was corrupt.

Check file mysql_error.log. If you are seeing Fatal error: Can't open and lock privilege tables: Index for table 'user' is corrupt; try to repair it, then have a look at this.

What is InputStream & Output Stream? Why and when do we use them?

From the Java Tutorial:

A stream is a sequence of data.

A program uses an input stream to read data from a source, one item at a time:

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A program uses an output stream to write data to a destination, one item at time:

enter image description here

The data source and data destination pictured above can be anything that holds, generates, or consumes data. Obviously this includes disk files, but a source or destination can also be another program, a peripheral device, a network socket, or an array.

Sample code from oracle tutorial:

import java.io.FileInputStream;
import java.io.FileOutputStream;
import java.io.IOException;

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

        FileInputStream in = null;
        FileOutputStream out = null;

        try {
            in = new FileInputStream("xanadu.txt");
            out = new FileOutputStream("outagain.txt");
            int c;

            while ((c = in.read()) != -1) {
                out.write(c);
            }
        } finally {
            if (in != null) {
                in.close();
            }
            if (out != null) {
                out.close();
            }
        }
    }
}

This program uses byte streams to copy xanadu.txt file to outagain.txt , by writing one byte at a time

Have a look at this SE question to know more details about advanced Character streams, which are wrappers on top of Byte Streams :

byte stream and character stream

What is the point of WORKDIR on Dockerfile?

Before applying WORKDIR. Here the WORKDIR is at the wrong place and is not used wisely.

FROM microsoft/aspnetcore:2
COPY --from=build-env /publish /publish
WORKDIR /publish
ENTRYPOINT ["dotnet", "/publish/api.dll"]

We corrected the above code to put WORKDIR at the right location and optimised the following statements by removing /Publish

FROM microsoft/aspnetcore:2
WORKDIR /publish
COPY --from=build-env /publish .
ENTRYPOINT ["dotnet", "api.dll"]

So it acts like a cd and sets the tone for the upcoming statements.

Android: How to get a custom View's height and width?

Don't try to get them inside its constructor. Try Call them in onDraw() method.

Does a finally block always get executed in Java?

Yes, it will. No matter what happens in your try or catch block unless otherwise System.exit() called or JVM crashed. if there is any return statement in the block(s),finally will be executed prior to that return statement.

Launch Pycharm from command line (terminal)

Inside the IDE, you can click in:

Tools/Create Command-line Launcher...

Create Command-line Launcher

Docker: How to delete all local Docker images

To delete all images :

docker rmi $(docker images -a -q)

where -a is all, and -q is return only image ids

To remove unused images, and containers :

docker system prune

beware as if you are using docker swarm, and your local machine is joining remote swarm (as manager/worker), your local will be the deployed repo. executing this thus removes the deployed images.

How to resolve this System.IO.FileNotFoundException

Check all the references carefully

  • Version remains same on target machine and local machine
  • If assembly is referenced from GAC, ensure that proper version is loaded

For me cleaning entire solution by deleting manually, updating (removing and adding) references again with version in sync with target machine and then building with with Copy Local > False for GAC assemblies solves the problem.

Custom Input[type="submit"] style not working with jquerymobile button

I'm assume you cannot get css working for your button using anchor tag. So you need to override the css styles which are being overwritten by other elements using !important property.

HTML

<a href="#" class="selected_btn" data-role="button">Button name</a>

CSS

.selected_btn
{
    border:1px solid red;
    text-decoration:none;
    font-family:helvetica;
    color:red !important;            
    background:url('http://www.lessardstephens.com/layout/images/slideshow_big.png') repeat-x;
}

Here is the demo

Returning a value from callback function in Node.js

Example code for node.js - async function to sync function:

var deasync = require('deasync');

function syncFunc()
{
    var ret = null;
    asyncFunc(function(err, result){
        ret = {err : err, result : result}
    });

    while((ret == null))
    {
         deasync.runLoopOnce();
    }

    return (ret.err || ret.result);
}

java.lang.ClassNotFoundException: org.apache.log4j.Level

In my environment, I just added the two files to class path. And is work fine.

slf4j-jdk14-1.7.25.jar
slf4j-api-1.7.25.jar

Get records of current month

Check the MySQL Datetime Functions:

Try this:

SELECT * 
FROM tableA 
WHERE YEAR(columnName) = YEAR(CURRENT_DATE()) AND 
      MONTH(columnName) = MONTH(CURRENT_DATE());

How to delete from a table where ID is in a list of IDs?

Your question almost spells the SQL for this:

DELETE FROM table WHERE id IN (1, 4, 6, 7)

Unresolved reference issue in PyCharm

This worked for me: Top Menu -> File -> Invalidate Caches/Restart

How to get span tag inside a div in jQuery and assign a text?

$("#message > span").text("your text");

or

$("#message").find("span").text("your text");

or

$("span","#message").text("your text");

or

$("#message > a.close-notify").siblings('span').text("your text");

JAX-RS — How to return JSON and HTTP status code together?

Here's an example:

@GET
@Path("retrieve/{uuid}")
public Response retrieveSomething(@PathParam("uuid") String uuid) {
    if(uuid == null || uuid.trim().length() == 0) {
        return Response.serverError().entity("UUID cannot be blank").build();
    }
    Entity entity = service.getById(uuid);
    if(entity == null) {
        return Response.status(Response.Status.NOT_FOUND).entity("Entity not found for UUID: " + uuid).build();
    }
    String json = //convert entity to json
    return Response.ok(json, MediaType.APPLICATION_JSON).build();
}

Take a look at the Response class.

Note that you should always specify a content type, especially if you are passing multiple content types, but if every message will be represented as JSON, you can just annotate the method with @Produces("application/json")

Iterator over HashMap in Java

Can we see your import block? because it seems that you have imported the wrong Iterator class.

The one you should use is java.util.Iterator

To make sure, try:

java.util.Iterator iter = hm.keySet().iterator();

I personally suggest the following:

Map Declaration using Generics and declaration using the Interface Map<K,V> and instance creation using the desired implementation HashMap<K,V>

Map<Integer, String> hm = new HashMap<>();

and for the loop:

for (Integer key : hm.keySet()) {
    System.out.println("Key = " + key + " - " + hm.get(key));
}

UPDATE 3/5/2015

Found out that iterating over the Entry set will be better performance wise:

for (Map.Entry<Integer, String> entry : hm.entrySet()) {
    Integer key = entry.getKey();
    String value = entry.getValue();

}

UPDATE 10/3/2017

For Java8 and streams, your solution will be (Thanks @Shihe Zhang)

 hm.forEach((key, value) -> System.out.println(key + ": " + value))

Replace string within file contents

Something like

file = open('Stud.txt')
contents = file.read()
replaced_contents = contents.replace('A', 'Orange')

<do stuff with the result>

How to add an image to the emulator gallery in android studio?

How to import images into the gallery of an Android Virtual Device using Android Studio: I'm using Android Studio 1.4.1 and a API 15 virtual device.

Warning: This is manual intensive so it is not a good solution for a large number of images.

  1. Create a virtual device using Android's Device Manager (AVD), Menu /Tools/Android/AVD Manager.
  2. Start this virtual device.
  3. Start the Android Device monitor, Menu */Tools/Android/Android Device Monitor. In the Devices tab (upper left) you should see your device. It should be Online (see this screenshot)
  4. On the right window is the File Explorer. Go there and select the /mnt/sdcard/Pictures directory. It should be highlighted (see this screenshot)
  5. Add jpegs to this directory by clicking on the Push a file onto the device icon (the little phone icon I highlighted in the above screenshot. You can add only one photo at a time, dadburnit.
  6. Go to your device and run the Dev Tools app.
  7. Scroll down and select Media Provider.
  8. Click on the Scan SD Card button. This should copy the images you added in step 5 to the gallery. Go to the gallery and look, they should be there.

sort csv by column

import operator
sortedlist = sorted(reader, key=operator.itemgetter(3), reverse=True)

or use lambda

sortedlist = sorted(reader, key=lambda row: row[3], reverse=True)

How to count number of unique values of a field in a tab-delimited text file?

awk -F '\t' '{ a[$1]++ } END { for (n in a) print n, a[n] } ' test.csv

Excel concatenation quotes

Use CHAR:

=Char(34)&"This is in quotes"&Char(34)

Should evaluate to:

"This is in quotes"

segmentation fault : 11

What system are you running on? Do you have access to some sort of debugger (gdb, visual studio's debugger, etc.)?

That would give us valuable information, like the line of code where the program crashes... Also, the amount of memory may be prohibitive.

Additionally, may I recommend that you replace the numeric limits by named definitions?

As such:

#define DIM1_SZ 1000
#define DIM2_SZ 1000000

Use those whenever you wish to refer to the array dimension limits. It will help avoid typing errors.

Show hide fragment in android

the answers here are correct and i liked @Jyo the Whiff idea of a show and hide fragment implementation except the way he has it currently would hide the fragment on the first run so i added a slight change in that i added the isAdded check and show the fragment if its not already

public void showHideCardPreview(int id) {
    FragmentManager fm = getSupportFragmentManager();
    Bundle b = new Bundle();
    b.putInt(Constants.CARD, id);
    cardPreviewFragment.setArguments(b);
    FragmentTransaction ft = fm.beginTransaction()
        .setCustomAnimations(android.R.anim.fade_in, android.R.anim.fade_out);
    if (!cardPreviewFragment.isAdded()){
        ft.add(R.id.full_screen_container, cardPreviewFragment);
        ft.show(cardPreviewFragment);
    } else {
        if (cardPreviewFragment.isHidden()) {
            Log.d(TAG,"++++++++++++++++++++ show");
            ft.show(cardPreviewFragment);
        } else {
            Log.d(TAG,"++++++++++++++++++++ hide");
            ft.hide(cardPreviewFragment);
        }
    }

    ft.commit();
} 

Aesthetics must either be length one, or the same length as the dataProblems

I hit this error because I was specifying a label attribute in my geom (geom_text) but was specifying a color in the top level aes:

df <- read.table('match-stats.tsv', sep='\t')
library(ggplot2)

# don't do this!
ggplot(df, aes(x=V6, y=V1, color=V1)) +
  geom_text(angle=45, label=df$V1, size=2)

To fix this, I just moved the label attribute out of the geom and into the top level aes:

df <- read.table('match-stats.tsv', sep='\t')
library(ggplot2)

# do this!
ggplot(df, aes(x=V6, y=V1, color=V1, label=V1)) +
  geom_text(angle=45, size=2)

Why am I getting "Received fatal alert: protocol_version" or "peer not authenticated" from Maven Central?

I'm sorry, I don't know why you get the error message. However, I'm using Java 7 and Windows 10 and the solution for me was to temporarily use Java 8 by changing the JAVA_HOME environment variable. Then I could run mvn install and fetch from Maven Central Repository.

How do I convert from a string to an integer in Visual Basic?

You can use the following to convert string to int:

  • CInt(String) for ints
  • CDec(String) for decimals

For details refer to Type Conversion Functions (Visual Basic).

Get img src with PHP

$imgTag = <<< LOB
<img border="0" src="/images/image.jpg" alt="Image" width="100" height="100" />
<img border="0" src="/images/not_match_image.jpg" alt="Image" width="100" height="100" />
LOB;

preg_match('%<img.*?src=["\'](.*?)["\'].*?/>%i', $imgTag, $matches);
$imgSrc = $matches[1];

DEMO


NOTE: You should use an HTML Parser like DOMDocument and NOT a regex.

What, why or when it is better to choose cshtml vs aspx?

As other people have answered, .cshtml (or .vbhtml if that's your flavor) provides a handler-mapping to load the MVC engine. The .aspx extension simply loads the aspnet_isapi.dll that performs the compile and serves up web forms. The difference in the handler mapping is simply a method of allowing the two to co-exist on the same server allowing both MVC applications and WebForms applications to live under a common root.

This allows http://www.mydomain.com/MyMVCApplication to be valid and served with MVC rules along with http://www.mydomain.com/MyWebFormsApplication to be valid as a standard web form.

Edit:
As for the difference in the technologies, the MVC (Razor) templating framework is intended to return .Net pages to a more RESTful "web-based" platform of templated views separating the code logic between the model (business/data objects), the view (what the user sees) and the controllers (the connection between the two). The WebForms model (aspx) was an attempt by Microsoft to use complex javascript embedding to simulate a more stateful application similar to a WinForms application complete with events and a page lifecycle that would be capable of retaining its own state from page to page.

The choice to use one or the other is always going to be a contentious one because there are arguments for and against both systems. I for one like the simplicity in the MVC architecture (though routing is anything but simple) and the ease of the Razor syntax. I feel the WebForms architecture is just too heavy to be an effective web platform. That being said, there are a lot of instances where the WebForms framework provides a very succinct and usable model with a rich event structure that is well defined. It all boils down to the needs of the application and the preferences of those building it.

Android SDK Manager gives "Failed to fetch URL https://dl-ssl.google.com/android/repository/repository.xml" error when selecting repository

I had a similar situation where I had the proxy settings already set and the SDK manager wasn't able to modify them permanently. Modifying manually the ~/.android/androidtool.cfg file fixed the issue.

How to construct a WebSocket URI relative to the page URI?

Assuming your WebSocket server is listening on the same port as from which the page is being requested, I would suggest:

function createWebSocket(path) {
    var protocolPrefix = (window.location.protocol === 'https:') ? 'wss:' : 'ws:';
    return new WebSocket(protocolPrefix + '//' + location.host + path);
}

Then, for your case, call it as follows:

var socket = createWebSocket(location.pathname + '/to/ws');

How to make the Facebook Like Box responsive?

None of the css trick worked for me (in my case the fb-like box was pulled right with "float:right"). However, what worked without any additional tricks is an IFRAME version of the button code. I.e.:

<iframe src="//www.facebook.com/plugins/like.php?href=..." 
        scrolling="no" frameborder="0" 
        style="border:none; overflow:hidden; width:71px; height:21px;" 
        allowTransparency="true">
</iframe>

(Note custom width in style, and no need to include additional javascript.)

How to get featured image of a product in woocommerce

I would just use get_the_post_thumbnail_url() instead of get_the_post_thumbnail()

<img src="<?php echo get_the_post_thumbnail_url($loop->post->ID); ?>" class="img-responsive" alt=""/>

gdb fails with "Unable to find Mach task port for process-id" error

I needed this command to make it work on El Capitan:

sudo security add-trust -d -r trustRoot -p basic -p codeSign -k /Library/Keychains/System.keychain ~/Desktop/gdb-cert.cer

Twitter Bootstrap 3, vertically center content

You can use display:inline-block instead of float and vertical-align:middle with this CSS:

.col-lg-4, .col-lg-8 {
    float:none;
    display:inline-block;
    vertical-align:middle;
    margin-right:-4px;
}

The demo http://bootply.com/94402

The SQL OVER() clause - when and why is it useful?

The OVER clause is powerful in that you can have aggregates over different ranges ("windowing"), whether you use a GROUP BY or not

Example: get count per SalesOrderID and count of all

SELECT
    SalesOrderID, ProductID, OrderQty
    ,COUNT(OrderQty) AS 'Count'
    ,COUNT(*) OVER () AS 'CountAll'
FROM Sales.SalesOrderDetail 
WHERE
     SalesOrderID IN(43659,43664)
GROUP BY
     SalesOrderID, ProductID, OrderQty

Get different COUNTs, no GROUP BY

SELECT
    SalesOrderID, ProductID, OrderQty
    ,COUNT(OrderQty) OVER(PARTITION BY SalesOrderID) AS 'CountQtyPerOrder'
    ,COUNT(OrderQty) OVER(PARTITION BY ProductID) AS 'CountQtyPerProduct',
    ,COUNT(*) OVER () AS 'CountAllAgain'
FROM Sales.SalesOrderDetail 
WHERE
     SalesOrderID IN(43659,43664)

Options for embedding Chromium instead of IE WebBrowser control with WPF/C#

We had exactly the same challenge some time ago. We wanted to go with CEF3 open source library which is WPF-based and supports .NET 3.5.

Firstly, the author of CEF himself listed binding for different languages here.

Secondly, we went ahead with open source .NET CEF3 binding which is called Xilium.CefGlue and had a good success with it. In cases where something is not working as you'd expect, author usually very responsive to the issues opened in build-in bitbucket tracker

So far it has served us well. Author updates his library to support latest CEF3 releases and bug fixes on regular bases.

How to implement linear interpolation?

Your solution did not work in Python 2.7. There was an error while checking for the order of the x elements. I had to change to code to this to get it to work:

from bisect import bisect_left
class Interpolate(object):
    def __init__(self, x_list, y_list):
        if any([y - x <= 0 for x, y in zip(x_list, x_list[1:])]):
            raise ValueError("x_list must be in strictly ascending order!")
        x_list = self.x_list = map(float, x_list)
        y_list = self.y_list = map(float, y_list)
        intervals = zip(x_list, x_list[1:], y_list, y_list[1:])
        self.slopes = [(y2 - y1)/(x2 - x1) for x1, x2, y1, y2 in intervals]
    def __getitem__(self, x):
        i = bisect_left(self.x_list, x) - 1
        return self.y_list[i] + self.slopes[i] * (x - self.x_list[i])

Remove HTML Tags in Javascript with Regex

Try this, noting that the grammar of HTML is too complex for regular expressions to be correct 100% of the time:

var regex = /(<([^>]+)>)/ig
,   body = "<p>test</p>"
,   result = body.replace(regex, "");

console.log(result);

If you're willing to use a library such as jQuery, you could simply do this:

console.log($('<p>test</p>').text());

Increasing the timeout value in a WCF service

In addition to the binding timeouts (which are in Timespans), You may also need this as well. This is in seconds.

<system.web>
    <httpRuntime executionTimeout="600"/><!-- = 10 minutes -->

How to Consolidate Data from Multiple Excel Columns All into One Column

The formula

=OFFSET(Sheet1!$A$1,MOD(ROW()-1,COUNT(Sheet1!$A$1:$A$20000)),
    (ROW()-1)/COUNT(Sheet1!$A$1:$A$20000))

placed into each cell of your second workbook will retrieve the appropriate cell from the source sheet. No macros, simple copying from one sheet to another to reformat the results.

You will need to modify the ranges in the COUNT function to match the maximum number of rows in the source sheet. Adjust for column headers as required.

If you need something other than a 0 for empty cells, you may prefer to include a conditional.

A script to reformat the data may well be more efficient, but 20k rows is no longer a real limit in a modern Excel workbook.

How to install Android SDK on Ubuntu?

There is no need to download any binaries or files or follow difficult installation instructions.

All you really needed to do is:

sudo apt update && sudo apt install android-sdk

Update: Ubuntu 18.04 only

Handle spring security authentication exceptions with @ExceptionHandler

In ResourceServerConfigurerAdapter class, below code snipped worked for me. http.exceptionHandling().authenticationEntryPoint(new AuthFailureHandler()).and.csrf().. did not work. That's why I wrote it as separate call.

public class ResourceServerConfiguration extends ResourceServerConfigurerAdapter {

    @Override
    public void configure(HttpSecurity http) throws Exception {

        http.exceptionHandling().authenticationEntryPoint(new AuthFailureHandler());

        http.csrf().disable()
                .anonymous().disable()
                .authorizeRequests()
                .antMatchers(HttpMethod.OPTIONS).permitAll()
                .antMatchers("/subscribers/**").authenticated()
                .antMatchers("/requests/**").authenticated();
    }

Implementation of AuthenticationEntryPoint for catching token expiry and missing authorization header.


public class AuthFailureHandler implements AuthenticationEntryPoint {

  @Override
  public void commence(HttpServletRequest httpServletRequest, HttpServletResponse httpServletResponse, AuthenticationException e)
      throws IOException, ServletException {
    httpServletResponse.setContentType("application/json");
    httpServletResponse.setStatus(HttpServletResponse.SC_UNAUTHORIZED);

    if( e instanceof InsufficientAuthenticationException) {

      if( e.getCause() instanceof InvalidTokenException ){
        httpServletResponse.getOutputStream().println(
            "{ "
                + "\"message\": \"Token has expired\","
                + "\"type\": \"Unauthorized\","
                + "\"status\": 401"
                + "}");
      }
    }
    if( e instanceof AuthenticationCredentialsNotFoundException) {

      httpServletResponse.getOutputStream().println(
          "{ "
              + "\"message\": \"Missing Authorization Header\","
              + "\"type\": \"Unauthorized\","
              + "\"status\": 401"
              + "}");
    }

  }
}

Simple function to sort an array of objects

Array.prototype.sort_by = function(key_func, reverse=false){
    return this.sort( (a, b) => ( key_func(b) - key_func(a) ) * (reverse ? 1 : -1) ) 
}

Then for example if we have

var arr = [ {id: 0, balls: {red: 8,  blue: 10}},
            {id: 2, balls: {red: 6 , blue: 11}},
            {id: 1, balls: {red: 4 , blue: 15}} ]

arr.sort_by(el => el.id, reverse=true)
/* would result in
[ { id: 2, balls: {red: 6 , blue: 11 }},
  { id: 1, balls: {red: 4 , blue: 15 }},
  { id: 0, balls: {red: 8 , blue: 10 }} ]
*/

or

arr.sort_by(el => el.balls.red + el.balls.blue)
/* would result in
[ { id: 2, balls: {red: 6 , blue: 11 }},    // red + blue= 17
  { id: 0, balls: {red: 8 , blue: 10 }},    // red + blue= 18
  { id: 1, balls: {red: 4 , blue: 15 }} ]   // red + blue= 19
*/

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

Based on @MaBi 's answer, I made this:

trait ClassShortNameTrait
{
    public static function getClassShortName()
    {
        if ($pos = strrchr(static::class, '\\')) {
            return substr($pos, 1);
        } else {
            return static::class;
        }
    }
}

Which you may use like that:

namespace Foo\Bar\Baz;

class A
{
    use ClassShortNameTrait;
}

A::class returns Foo\Bar\Baz\A, but A::getClassShortName() returns A.

Works for PHP >= 5.5.

How to enter command with password for git pull?

Doesn't answer the question directly, but I found this question when searching for a way to, basically, not re-enter the password every single time I pull on a remote server.

Well, git allows you to cache your credentials for a finite amount of time. It's customizable in git config and this page explains it very well:

https://help.github.com/articles/caching-your-github-password-in-git/#platform-linux

In a terminal, run:

$ git config --global credential.helper cache
# Set git to use the credential memory cache

To customize the cache timeout, you can do:

$ git config --global credential.helper 'cache --timeout=3600'
# Set the cache to timeout after 1 hour (setting is in seconds)

Your credentials will then be stored in-memory for the requested amount of time.

What does the M stand for in C# Decimal literal notation?

M refers to the first non-ambiguous character in "decimal". If you don't add it the number will be treated as a double.

D is double.

The transaction log for the database is full

My problem solved with multiple execute of limited deletes like

Before

DELETE FROM TableName WHERE Condition

After

DELETE TOP(1000) FROM TableName WHERECondition

How to convert a column number (e.g. 127) into an Excel column (e.g. AA)

I discovered an error in my first post, so I decided to sit down and do the the math. What I found is that the number system used to identify Excel columns is not a base 26 system, as another person posted. Consider the following in base 10. You can also do this with the letters of the alphabet.

Space:.........................S1, S2, S3 : S1, S2, S3
....................................0, 00, 000 :.. A, AA, AAA
....................................1, 01, 001 :.. B, AB, AAB
.................................... …, …, … :.. …, …, …
....................................9, 99, 999 :.. Z, ZZ, ZZZ
Total states in space: 10, 100, 1000 : 26, 676, 17576
Total States:...............1110................18278

Excel numbers columns in the individual alphabetical spaces using base 26. You can see that in general, the state space progression is a, a^2, a^3, … for some base a, and the total number of states is a + a^2 + a^3 + … .

Suppose you want to find the total number of states A in the first N spaces. The formula for doing so is A = (a)(a^N - 1 )/(a-1). This is important because we need to find the space N that corresponds to our index K. If I want to find out where K lies in the number system I need to replace A with K and solve for N. The solution is N = log{base a} (A (a-1)/a +1). If I use the example of a = 10 and K = 192, I know that N = 2.23804… . This tells me that K lies at the beginning of the third space since it is a little greater than two.

The next step is to find exactly how far in the current space we are. To find this, subtract from K the A generated using the floor of N. In this example, the floor of N is two. So, A = (10)(10^2 – 1)/(10-1) = 110, as is expected when you combine the states of the first two spaces. This needs to be subtracted from K because these first 110 states would have already been accounted for in the first two spaces. This leaves us with 82 states. So, in this number system, the representation of 192 in base 10 is 082.

The C# code using a base index of zero is

    private string ExcelColumnIndexToName(int Index)
    {
        string range = string.Empty;
        if (Index < 0 ) return range;
        int a = 26;
        int x = (int)Math.Floor(Math.Log((Index) * (a - 1) / a + 1, a));
        Index -= (int)(Math.Pow(a, x) - 1) * a / (a - 1);
        for (int i = x+1; Index + i > 0; i--)
        {
            range = ((char)(65 + Index % a)).ToString() + range;
            Index /= a;
        }
        return range;
    }

//Old Post

A zero-based solution in C#.

    private string ExcelColumnIndexToName(int Index)
    {
        string range = "";
        if (Index < 0 ) return range;
        for(int i=1;Index + i > 0;i=0)
        {
            range = ((char)(65 + Index % 26)).ToString() + range;
            Index /= 26;
        }
        if (range.Length > 1) range = ((char)((int)range[0] - 1)).ToString() + range.Substring(1);
        return range;
    }

How can I assign an ID to a view programmatically?

You can just use the View.setId(integer) for this. In the XML, even though you're setting a String id, this gets converted into an integer. Due to this, you can use any (positive) Integer for the Views you add programmatically.

According to View documentation

The identifier does not have to be unique in this view's hierarchy. The identifier should be a positive number.

So you can use any positive integer you like, but in this case there can be some views with equivalent id's. If you want to search for some view in hierarchy calling to setTag with some key objects may be handy.

Credits to this answer.

VBA Print to PDF and Save with Automatic File Name

Hopefully this is self explanatory enough. Use the comments in the code to help understand what is happening. Pass a single cell to this function. The value of that cell will be the base file name. If the cell contains "AwesomeData" then we will try and create a file in the current users desktop called AwesomeData.pdf. If that already exists then try AwesomeData2.pdf and so on. In your code you could just replace the lines filename = Application..... with filename = GetFileName(Range("A1"))

Function GetFileName(rngNamedCell As Range) As String
    Dim strSaveDirectory As String: strSaveDirectory = ""
    Dim strFileName As String: strFileName = ""
    Dim strTestPath As String: strTestPath = ""
    Dim strFileBaseName As String: strFileBaseName = ""
    Dim strFilePath As String: strFilePath = ""
    Dim intFileCounterIndex As Integer: intFileCounterIndex = 1

    ' Get the users desktop directory.
    strSaveDirectory = Environ("USERPROFILE") & "\Desktop\"
    Debug.Print "Saving to: " & strSaveDirectory

    ' Base file name
    strFileBaseName = Trim(rngNamedCell.Value)
    Debug.Print "File Name will contain: " & strFileBaseName

    ' Loop until we find a free file number
    Do
        If intFileCounterIndex > 1 Then
            ' Build test path base on current counter exists.
            strTestPath = strSaveDirectory & strFileBaseName & Trim(Str(intFileCounterIndex)) & ".pdf"
        Else
            ' Build test path base just on base name to see if it exists.
            strTestPath = strSaveDirectory & strFileBaseName & ".pdf"
        End If

        If (Dir(strTestPath) = "") Then
            ' This file path does not currently exist. Use that.
            strFileName = strTestPath
        Else
            ' Increase the counter as we have not found a free file yet.
            intFileCounterIndex = intFileCounterIndex + 1
        End If

    Loop Until strFileName <> ""

    ' Found useable filename
    Debug.Print "Free file name: " & strFileName
    GetFileName = strFileName

End Function

The debug lines will help you figure out what is happening if you need to step through the code. Remove them as you see fit. I went a little crazy with the variables but it was to make this as clear as possible.

In Action

My cell O1 contained the string "FileName" without the quotes. Used this sub to call my function and it saved a file.

Sub Testing()
    Dim filename As String: filename = GetFileName(Range("o1"))

    ActiveWorkbook.Worksheets("Sheet1").Range("A1:N24").ExportAsFixedFormat Type:=xlTypePDF, _
                                              filename:=filename, _
                                              Quality:=xlQualityStandard, _
                                              IncludeDocProperties:=True, _
                                              IgnorePrintAreas:=False, _
                                              OpenAfterPublish:=False
End Sub

Where is your code located in reference to everything else? Perhaps you need to make a module if you have not already and move your existing code into there.

SQL MAX of multiple columns?

Here is another nice solution for the Max functionality using T-SQL and SQL Server

SELECT [Other Fields],
  (SELECT Max(v) 
   FROM (VALUES (date1), (date2), (date3),...) AS value(v)) as [MaxDate]
FROM [YourTableName]

Center Align on a Absolutely Positioned Div

Yes:

div#thing { text-align:center; }

Find first element by predicate


import org.junit.Test;

import java.util.Arrays;
import java.util.List;
import java.util.Optional;

// Stream is ~30 times slower for same operation...
public class StreamPerfTest {

    int iterations = 100;
    List<Integer> list = Arrays.asList(1, 10, 3, 7, 5);


    // 55 ms
    @Test
    public void stream() {

        for (int i = 0; i < iterations; i++) {
            Optional<Integer> result = list.stream()
                    .filter(x -> x > 5)
                    .findFirst();

            System.out.println(result.orElse(null));
        }
    }

    // 2 ms
    @Test
    public void loop() {

        for (int i = 0; i < iterations; i++) {
            Integer result = null;
            for (Integer walk : list) {
                if (walk > 5) {
                    result = walk;
                    break;
                }
            }
            System.out.println(result);
        }
    }
}

Is it possible to have placeholders in strings.xml for runtime values?

Was looking for the same and finally found the following very simple solution. Best: it works out of the box.
1. alter your string ressource:

<string name="welcome_messages">Hello, <xliff:g name="name">%s</xliff:g>! You have 
<xliff:g name="count">%d</xliff:g> new messages.</string>

2. use string substitution:

c.getString(R.string.welcome_messages,name,count);

where c is the Context, name is a string variable and count your int variable

You'll need to include

<resources xmlns:xliff="http://schemas.android.com/apk/res-auto">

in your res/strings.xml. Works for me. :)

How to list files and folder in a dir (PHP)

Have a look at building a simple directory browser using php RecursiveDirectoryIterator

Also, as you mentioned you want to list you can also look at some ready made libraries that create file/folder explorers e.g.:

How to delete all files older than 3 days when "Argument list too long"?

To delete all files and directories within the current directory:

find . -mtime +3 | xargs rm -Rf

Or alternatively, more in line with the OP's original command:

find . -mtime +3 -exec rm -Rf -- {} \;

How do I get the day month and year from a Windows cmd.exe script?

To get the year, month, and day you can use the %date% environment variable and the :~ operator. %date% expands to something like Thu 08/12/2010 and :~ allows you to pick up specific characters out of a variable:

set year=%date:~10,4%
set month=%date:~4,2%
set day=%date:~7,2%
set filename=%year%_%month%_%day%

Use %time% in similar fashion to get what you need from the current time.

set /? will give you more information on using special operators with variables.

What is the difference between Eclipse for Java (EE) Developers and Eclipse Classic?

If you want to build Java EE applications, it's best to use Eclipse IDE for Java EE. It has editors from HTML to JSP/JSF, Javascript. It's rich for webapps development, and provide plugins and tools to develop Java EE applications easily (all bundled).

Eclipse Classic is basically the full featured Eclipse without the Java EE part.

How to verify if nginx is running or not?

You could use lsof to see what application is listening on port 80:

sudo lsof -i TCP:80

StringIO in Python3

Thank you OP for your question, and Roman for your answer. I had to search a bit to find this; I hope the following helps others.

Python 2.7

See: https://docs.scipy.org/doc/numpy/user/basics.io.genfromtxt.html

import numpy as np
from StringIO import StringIO

data = "1, abc , 2\n 3, xxx, 4"

print type(data)
"""
<type 'str'>
"""

print '\n', np.genfromtxt(StringIO(data), delimiter=",", dtype="|S3", autostrip=True)
"""
[['1' 'abc' '2']
 ['3' 'xxx' '4']]
"""

print '\n', type(data)
"""
<type 'str'>
"""

print '\n', np.genfromtxt(StringIO(data), delimiter=",", autostrip=True)
"""
[[  1.  nan   2.]
 [  3.  nan   4.]]
"""

Python 3.5:

import numpy as np
from io import StringIO
import io

data = "1, abc , 2\n 3, xxx, 4"
#print(data)
"""
1, abc , 2
 3, xxx, 4
"""

#print(type(data))
"""
<class 'str'>
"""

#np.genfromtxt(StringIO(data), delimiter=",", autostrip=True)
# TypeError: Can't convert 'bytes' object to str implicitly

print('\n')
print(np.genfromtxt(io.BytesIO(data.encode()), delimiter=",", dtype="|S3", autostrip=True))
"""
[[b'1' b'abc' b'2']
 [b'3' b'xxx' b'4']]
"""

print('\n')
print(np.genfromtxt(io.BytesIO(data.encode()), delimiter=",", autostrip=True))
"""
[[  1.  nan   2.]
 [  3.  nan   4.]]
"""

Aside:

dtype="|Sx", where x = any of { 1, 2, 3, ...}:

dtypes. Difference between S1 and S2 in Python

"The |S1 and |S2 strings are data type descriptors; the first means the array holds strings of length 1, the second of length 2. ..."

Fastest way to implode an associative array with keys

One way is using print_r(array, true) and it will return string representation of array

Difference between Running and Starting a Docker container

Explanation with an example:

Consider you have a game (iso) image in your computer.

When you run (mount your image as a virtual drive), a virtual drive is created with all the game contents in the virtual drive and the game installation file is automatically launched. [Running your docker image - creating a container and then starting it.]

But when you stop (similar to docker stop) it, the virtual drive still exists but stopping all the processes. [As the container exists till it is not deleted]

And when you do start (similar to docker start), from the virtual drive the games files start its execution. [starting the existing container]

In this example - The game image is your Docker image and virtual drive is your container.

Difference between Method and Function?

From Object-Oriented Programming Concept:

If you have a function that is accessing/muttating the fields of your class, it becomes method. Otherwise, it is a function.

It will not be a crime if you keep calling all the functions in Java/C++ classes as methods. The reason is that you are directly/indirectly accessing/mutating class properties. So why not all the functions in Java/C++ classes are methods?

Looping through a hash, or using an array in PowerShell

You can also do this without a variable

@{
  'foo' = 222
  'bar' = 333
  'baz' = 444
  'qux' = 555
} | % getEnumerator | % {
  $_.key
  $_.value
}

jQuery UI DatePicker - Change Date Format

I use this:

var strDate = $("#dateTo").datepicker('getDate').format('yyyyMMdd');

Which returns a date of format like "20120118" for Jan 18, 2012.

Parallel.ForEach vs Task.Factory.StartNew

In my view the most realistic scenario is when tasks have a heavy operation to complete. Shivprasad's approach focuses more on object creation/memory allocation than on computing itself. I made a research calling the following method:

public static double SumRootN(int root)
{
    double result = 0;
    for (int i = 1; i < 10000000; i++)
        {
            result += Math.Exp(Math.Log(i) / root);
        }
        return result; 
}

Execution of this method takes about 0.5sec.

I called it 200 times using Parallel:

Parallel.For(0, 200, (int i) =>
{
    SumRootN(10);
});

Then I called it 200 times using the old-fashioned way:

List<Task> tasks = new List<Task>() ;
for (int i = 0; i < loopCounter; i++)
{
    Task t = new Task(() => SumRootN(10));
    t.Start();
    tasks.Add(t);
}

Task.WaitAll(tasks.ToArray()); 

First case completed in 26656ms, the second in 24478ms. I repeated it many times. Everytime the second approach is marginaly faster.

Filtering Pandas DataFrames on dates

And if your dates are standardized by importing datetime package, you can simply use:

df[(df['date']>datetime.date(2016,1,1)) & (df['date']<datetime.date(2016,3,1))]  

For standarding your date string using datetime package, you can use this function:

import datetime
datetime.datetime.strptime

Using tr to replace newline with space

Best guess is you are on windows and your line ending settings are set for windows. See this topic: How to change line-ending settings

or use:

tr '\r\n' ' '

how to prevent this error : Warning: mysql_fetch_assoc() expects parameter 1 to be resource, boolean given in ... on line 11

This is how you should be using mysql_fetch_assoc():

$result = mysql_query($query);

while ($row = mysql_fetch_assoc($result)) {
    // Do stuff with $row
}

$result should be a resource. Even if the query returns no rows, $result is still a resource. The only time $result is a boolean value, is if there was an error when querying the database. In which case, you should find out what that error is by using mysql_error() and ensure that it can't happen. Then you don't have to hide from any errors.

You should always cover the base that errors may happen by doing:

if (!$result) {
    die(mysql_error());
}

At least then you'll be more likely to actually fix the error, rather than leave the users with a glaring ugly error in their face.

HTML Button Close Window

November 2019: onclick="self.close()" still works in Chrome while Edge gives a warning that must be confirmed before it will close.

On the other hand the solution onclick="window.open('', '_self', ''); window.close();" works in both.

Interfaces — What's the point?

Here are your examples reexplained:

public interface IFood // not Pizza
{
    public void Prepare();

}

public class Pizza : IFood
{
    public void Prepare() // Not order for explanations sake
    {
        //Prepare Pizza
    }
}

public class Burger : IFood
{
    public void Prepare()
    {
        //Prepare Burger
    }
}

Maintaining href "open in new tab" with an onClick handler in React

Above answers are correct. But simply this worked for me

target={"_blank"}

How to implement a read only property

The second way is the preferred option.

private readonly int MyVal = 5;

public int MyProp { get { return MyVal;}  }

This will ensure that MyVal can only be assigned at initialization (it can also be set in a constructor).

As you had noted - this way you are not exposing an internal member, allowing you to change the internal implementation in the future.

Use JSTL forEach loop's varStatus as an ID

Its really helped me to dynamically generate ids of showDetailItem for the below code.

<af:forEach id="fe1" items="#{viewScope.bean.tranTypeList}" var="ttf" varStatus="ttfVs" > 
<af:showDetailItem  id ="divIDNo${ttfVs.count}" text="#{ttf.trandef}"......>

if you execute this line <af:outputText value="#{ttfVs}"/> prints the below:

{index=3, count=4, last=false, first=false, end=8, step=1, begin=0}

In Java, how to append a string more efficiently?

- Each time you append or do any modification with it, it creates a new String object.

- So use append() method of StringBuilder(If thread safety is not important), else use StringBuffer(If thread safety is important.), that will be efficient way to do it.

How do I get to IIS Manager?

First of all, you need to check that the IIS is installed in your machine, for that you can go to:

Control Panel --> Add or Remove Programs --> Windows Features --> And Check if Internet Information Services is installed with at least the 'Web Administration Tools' Enabled and The 'World Wide Web Service'

If not, check it, and Press Accept to install it.

Once that is done, you need to go to Administrative Tools in Control Panel and the IIS Will be there. Or simply run inetmgr (after Win+R).

Edit: You should have something like this: enter image description here

How do I join two lists in Java?

Probably not simpler, but intriguing and ugly:

List<String> newList = new ArrayList<String>() { { addAll(listOne); addAll(listTwo); } };

Don't use it in production code... ;)

How to make JavaScript execute after page load?

I find sometimes on more complex pages that not all the elements have loaded by the time window.onload is fired. If that's the case, add setTimeout before your function to delay is a moment. It's not elegant but it's a simple hack that renders well.

window.onload = function(){ doSomethingCool(); };

becomes...

window.onload = function(){ setTimeout( function(){ doSomethingCool(); }, 1000); };

Getting path relative to the current working directory?

Thanks to the other answers here and after some experimentation I've created some very useful extension methods:

public static string GetRelativePathFrom(this FileSystemInfo to, FileSystemInfo from)
{
    return from.GetRelativePathTo(to);
}

public static string GetRelativePathTo(this FileSystemInfo from, FileSystemInfo to)
{
    Func<FileSystemInfo, string> getPath = fsi =>
    {
        var d = fsi as DirectoryInfo;
        return d == null ? fsi.FullName : d.FullName.TrimEnd('\\') + "\\";
    };

    var fromPath = getPath(from);
    var toPath = getPath(to);

    var fromUri = new Uri(fromPath);
    var toUri = new Uri(toPath);

    var relativeUri = fromUri.MakeRelativeUri(toUri);
    var relativePath = Uri.UnescapeDataString(relativeUri.ToString());

    return relativePath.Replace('/', Path.DirectorySeparatorChar);
}

Important points:

  • Use FileInfo and DirectoryInfo as method parameters so there is no ambiguity as to what is being worked with. Uri.MakeRelativeUri expects directories to end with a trailing slash.
  • DirectoryInfo.FullName doesn't normalize the trailing slash. It outputs whatever path was used in the constructor. This extension method takes care of that for you.

Best way to check if an PowerShell Object exist?

I would stick with the $null check since any value other than '' (empty string), 0, $false and $null will pass the check: if ($ie) {...}.

Set a form's action attribute when submitting?

You can try this:

_x000D_
_x000D_
<form action="/home">_x000D_
  _x000D_
  <input type="submit" value="cancel">_x000D_
  _x000D_
  <input type="submit" value="login" formaction="/login">_x000D_
  <input type="submit" value="signup" formaction="/signup">_x000D_
  _x000D_
</form>
_x000D_
_x000D_
_x000D_

Find first and last day for previous calendar month in SQL Server Reporting Services (VB.Net)

        Dim aDate As DateTime = #3/1/2008# 'sample date
    Dim StartDate As DateTime = aDate.AddMonths(-1).AddDays(-(aDate.Day - 1))
    Dim EndDate As DateTime = StartDate.AddDays(DateTime.DaysInMonth(StartDate.Year, StartDate.Month) - 1)

    'to access just the date portion
    ' StartDate.Date
    ' EndDate.Date

How can I use the apply() function for a single column?

Although the given responses are correct, they modify the initial data frame, which is not always desirable (and, given the OP asked for examples "using apply", it might be they wanted a version that returns a new data frame, as apply does).

This is possible using assign: it is valid to assign to existing columns, as the documentation states (emphasis is mine):

Assign new columns to a DataFrame.

Returns a new object with all original columns in addition to new ones. Existing columns that are re-assigned will be overwritten.

In short:

In [1]: import pandas as pd

In [2]: df = pd.DataFrame([{'a': 15, 'b': 15, 'c': 5}, {'a': 20, 'b': 10, 'c': 7}, {'a': 25, 'b': 30, 'c': 9}])

In [3]: df.assign(a=lambda df: df.a / 2)
Out[3]: 
      a   b  c
0   7.5  15  5
1  10.0  10  7
2  12.5  30  9

In [4]: df
Out[4]: 
    a   b  c
0  15  15  5
1  20  10  7
2  25  30  9

Note that the function will be passed the whole dataframe, not only the column you want to modify, so you will need to make sure you select the right column in your lambda.

How to convert a string of numbers to an array of numbers?

The underscore js way -

var a = "1,2,3,4",
  b = a.split(',');

//remove falsy/empty values from array after split
b = _.compact(b);
//then Convert array of string values into Integer
b = _.map(b, Number);

console.log('Log String to Int conversion @b =', b);

iOS / Android cross platform development

My experience with making something very simple in PhoneGap+jQuery Mobile was fine. I was able to do it quickly for iOS. However, it didn't work on my Android phones without making some changes. The project was a very simple app to take pictures and post them to a web site. And at the end of the day it felt "clunky" compared to a true native app.

I don't believe there will ever be easy cross platform development. I think the browser is as close as you will get. By choosing something like PhoneGap I think you are just trading one set of pain points for a different set of pain points.

How to split a list by comma not space

I think the canonical method is:

while IFS=, read field1 field2 field3 field4 field5 field6; do 
  do stuff
done < CSV.file

If you don't know or don't care about how many fields there are:

IFS=,
while read line; do
  # split into an array
  field=( $line )
  for word in "${field[@]}"; do echo "$word"; done

  # or use the positional parameters
  set -- $line
  for word in "$@"; do echo "$word"; done

done < CSV.file

jQuery change event on dropdown

You should've kept that DOM ready function

$(function() {
    $("#projectKey").change(function() {
        alert( $('option:selected', this).text() );
    });
});

The document isn't ready if you added the javascript before the elements in the DOM, you have to either use a DOM ready function or add the javascript after the elements, the usual place is right before the </body> tag