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Read file from aws s3 bucket using node fs

If you want to save memory and want to obtain each row as a json object, then you can use fast-csv to create readstream and can read each row as a json object as follows:

const csv = require('fast-csv');
const AWS = require('aws-sdk');

const credentials = new AWS.Credentials("ACCESSKEY", "SECRETEKEY", "SESSIONTOKEN");
AWS.config.update({
    credentials: credentials, // credentials required for local execution
    region: 'your_region'
});
const dynamoS3Bucket = new AWS.S3();
const stream = dynamoS3Bucket.getObject({ Bucket: 'your_bucket', Key: 'example.csv' }).createReadStream();

var parser = csv.fromStream(stream, { headers: true }).on("data", function (data) {
    parser.pause();  //can pause reading using this at a particular row
    parser.resume(); // to continue reading
    console.log(data);
}).on("end", function () {
    console.log('process finished');
});

Converting map to struct

You can do it ... it may get a bit ugly and you'll be faced with some trial and error in terms of mapping types .. but heres the basic gist of it:

func FillStruct(data map[string]interface{}, result interface{}) {
    t := reflect.ValueOf(result).Elem()
    for k, v := range data {
        val := t.FieldByName(k)
        val.Set(reflect.ValueOf(v))
    }
}

Working sample: http://play.golang.org/p/PYHz63sbvL

Setting the default active profile in Spring-boot

In AWS LAMBDA:

For $ sam local you add the following line in your sam template yml file:

Resources:
   FunctionName:
       Properties:
           Environment:
               Variables:
                  SPRING_PROFILES_ACTIVE: local

But in AWS Console: in your Lambda Environment variables just add:

KEY:JAVA_TOOL_OPTIONS VALUE:-Dspring.profiles.active=dev

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Check if string matches pattern

regular expressions make this easy ...

[A-Z] will match exactly one character between A and Z

\d+ will match one or more digits

() group things (and also return things... but for now just think of them grouping)

+ selects 1 or more

Now() function with time trim

You could also use Format$(Now(), "Short Date") or whatever date format you want. Be aware, this function will return the Date as a string, so using Date() is a better approach.

PHPExcel auto size column width

If a column is set to AutoSize, PHPExcel attempts to calculate the column width based on the calculated value of the column (so on the result of any formulae), and any additional characters added by format masks such as thousand separators.

By default, this is an estimated width: a more accurate calculation method is available, based on using GD, which can also handle font style features such as bold and italic; but this is a much bigger overhead, so it is turned off by default. You can enable the more accurate calculation using

PHPExcel_Shared_Font::setAutoSizeMethod(PHPExcel_Shared_Font::AUTOSIZE_METHOD_EXACT);

However, autosize doesn't apply to all Writer formats... for example CSV. You don't mention what writer you're using.

But you also need to identify the columns to set dimensions:

foreach(range('B','G') as $columnID) {
    $objPHPExcel->getActiveSheet()->getColumnDimension($columnID)
        ->setAutoSize(true);
}

$objPHPExcel->getActiveSheet()->getColumnDimension() expects a column ID.

$objPHPExcel->getActiveSheet()->getColumnDimensions() will return an array of all the defined column dimension records; but unless a column dimension record has been explicitly created (perhaps by loading a template, or by manually calling getColumnDimension()) then it won't exist (memory saving).

How do I check if a string contains another string in Swift?

Swift 4 way to check for substrings, including the necessary Foundation (or UIKit) framework import:

import Foundation // or UIKit

let str = "Oh Canada!"

str.contains("Can") // returns true

str.contains("can") // returns false

str.lowercased().contains("can") // case-insensitive, returns true

Unless Foundation (or UIKit) framework is imported, str.contains("Can") will give a compiler error.


This answer is regurgitating manojlds's answer, which is completely correct. I have no idea why so many answers go through so much trouble to recreate Foundation's String.contains(subString: String) method.

How to fix/convert space indentation in Sublime Text?

If you find search and replace faster to use, you could use a regex replace like this:

Find (regex): (^|\G) {2} (Instead of " {2}" <space>{2} you can just write two spaces. Used it here for clarity.)

Replace with 4 spaces, or whatever you want, like \t.

Remove rows not .isin('X')

All you have to do is create a subset of your dataframe where the isin method evaluates to False:

df = df[df['Column Name'].isin(['Value']) == False]

SQL query to check if a name begins and ends with a vowel

Worked for me using simple left, right functions in MS SQL

select city from station where left(city,1) in ('a','e','i','o','u') and right(city,1) in ('a','e','i','o','u')

How to show/hide if variable is null

In this case, myvar should be a boolean value. If this variable is true, it will show the div, if it's false.. It will hide.

Check this out.

ImportError: No module named BeautifulSoup

Try this from bs4 import BeautifulSoup

This might be a problem with Beautiful Soup, version 4, and the beta days. I just read this from the homepage.

How do you round to 1 decimal place in Javascript?

Math.round( num * 10) / 10 doesn't work.

For example, 1455581777.8-145558160.4 gives you 1310023617.3999999.

So only use num.toFixed(1)

Phone validation regex

I have a more generic regex to allow the user to enter only numbers, +, -, whitespace and (). It respects the parenthesis balance and there is always a number after a symbol.

^([+]?[\s0-9]+)?(\d{3}|[(]?[0-9]+[)])?([-]?[\s]?[0-9])+$

false, ""
false, "+48 504 203 260@@"
false, "+48.504.203.260"
false, "+55(123) 456-78-90-"
false, "+55(123) - 456-78-90"
false, "504.203.260"
false, " "
false, "-"
false, "()"
false, "() + ()"
false, "(21 7777"
false, "+48 (21)"
false, "+"
true , " 1"
true , "1"
true, "555-5555-555"
true, "+48 504 203 260"
true, "+48 (12) 504 203 260"
true, "+48 (12) 504-203-260"
true, "+48(12)504203260"
true, "+4812504203260"
true, "4812504203260

Comma separated results in SQL

I just saw another question very similar to this!

Here is the canonical NORTHWIND (spelled just slightly different for some reason) database example.

SELECT *
FROM [NORTHWND].[dbo].[Products]

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SELECT CategoryId,
           MAX( CASE seq WHEN 1 THEN ProductName ELSE '' END ) + ', ' +
           MAX( CASE seq WHEN 2 THEN ProductName ELSE '' END ) + ', ' +
           MAX( CASE seq WHEN 3 THEN ProductName ELSE '' END ) + ', ' +
           MAX( CASE seq WHEN 4 THEN ProductName ELSE '' END )
      FROM ( SELECT p1.CategoryId, p1.ProductName,
                    ( SELECT COUNT(*) 
                        FROM NORTHWND.dbo.Products p2
                        WHERE p2.CategoryId = p1.CategoryId
                        AND p2.ProductName <= p1.ProductName )
             FROM NORTHWND.dbo.Products p1 ) D ( CategoryId, ProductName, seq )
     GROUP BY CategoryId ;

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iOS 8 UITableView separator inset 0 not working

Use below code snippet avoid unwanted padding issue for UITableView in IOS 8 & 7.

-(void)tableView:(UITableView *)tableView willDisplayCell:(UITableViewCell *)cell forRowAtIndexPath:(NSIndexPath *)indexPath{

    if ([tableView respondsToSelector:@selector(setSeparatorInset:)])
    {
        [tableView setSeparatorInset:UIEdgeInsetsZero];
    }

    if ([tableView respondsToSelector:@selector(setLayoutMargins:)])
    {
        [tableView setLayoutMargins:UIEdgeInsetsZero];
    }

    if ([cell respondsToSelector:@selector(setLayoutMargins:)])
    {
        [cell setLayoutMargins:UIEdgeInsetsZero];
    }
}

VB.NET - Remove a characters from a String

The String class has a Replace method that will do that.

Dim clean as String
clean = myString.Replace(",", "")

chai test array equality doesn't work as expected

For expect, .equal will compare objects rather than their data, and in your case it is two different arrays.

Use .eql in order to deeply compare values. Check out this link.
Or you could use .deep.equal in order to simulate same as .eql.
Or in your case you might want to check .members.

For asserts you can use .deepEqual, link.

Printing with "\t" (tabs) does not result in aligned columns

Building on this question, I use the following code to indent my messages:

String prefix1 = "short text:";
String prefix2 = "looooooooooooooong text:";
String msg = "indented";
/*
* The second string begins after 40 characters. The dash means that the
* first string is left-justified.
*/
String format = "%-40s%s%n";
System.out.printf(format, prefix1, msg);
System.out.printf(format, prefix2, msg);

This is the output:

short text:                             indented
looooooooooooooong text:                indented

This is documented in section "Flag characters" in man 3 printf.

jQuery-UI datepicker default date

You can try with the code that is below.

It will make the default date become the date you are looking for.

$('#birthdate').datepicker("setDate", new Date(1985,01,01) );

Complete list of reasons why a css file might not be working

The URL http://fakedomain.com/smilemachine/html.css in your <link> Tag is wrong. File not Found.

HTTPS connections over proxy servers

You can accomplish this using man-in-the-middle techniques with dynamic SSL generation. Take a look at mitmproxy - it's a Python based, SSL-capable MITM proxy.

How to debug an apache virtual host configuration?

Syntax check

To check configuration files for syntax errors:

# Red Hat-based (Fedora, CentOS) and OSX
httpd -t

# Debian-based (Ubuntu)
apache2ctl -t

# MacOS
apachectl -t

List virtual hosts

To list all virtual hosts, and their locations:

# Red Hat-based (Fedora, CentOS) and OSX
httpd -S

# Debian-based (Ubuntu)
apache2ctl -S

# MacOS
apachectl -S

Javascript: Fetch DELETE and PUT requests

Here is a fetch POST example. You can do the same for DELETE.

function createNewProfile(profile) {
    const formData = new FormData();
    formData.append('first_name', profile.firstName);
    formData.append('last_name', profile.lastName);
    formData.append('email', profile.email);

    return fetch('http://example.com/api/v1/registration', {
        method: 'POST',
        body: formData
    }).then(response => response.json())
}

createNewProfile(profile)
   .then((json) => {
       // handle success
    })
   .catch(error => error);

What is the python "with" statement designed for?

The Python with statement is built-in language support of the Resource Acquisition Is Initialization idiom commonly used in C++. It is intended to allow safe acquisition and release of operating system resources.

The with statement creates resources within a scope/block. You write your code using the resources within the block. When the block exits the resources are cleanly released regardless of the outcome of the code in the block (that is whether the block exits normally or because of an exception).

Many resources in the Python library that obey the protocol required by the with statement and so can used with it out-of-the-box. However anyone can make resources that can be used in a with statement by implementing the well documented protocol: PEP 0343

Use it whenever you acquire resources in your application that must be explicitly relinquished such as files, network connections, locks and the like.

Pip Install not installing into correct directory?

You Should uninstall the existed python,then download new version.

Installing python module within code

for installing multiple packages, i am using a setup.py file with following code:

import sys
import subprocess
import pkg_resources

required = {'numpy','pandas','<etc>'} 
installed = {pkg.key for pkg in pkg_resources.working_set}
missing = required - installed


if missing:
    # implement pip as a subprocess:
    subprocess.check_call([sys.executable, '-m', 'pip', 'install',*missing])

How to read a config file using python

In order to use my example,Your file "abc.txt" needs to look like:

[your-config]
path1 = "D:\test1\first"
path2 = "D:\test2\second"
path3 = "D:\test2\third"

Then in your software you can use the config parser:

import ConfigParser

and then in you code:

 configParser = ConfigParser.RawConfigParser()   
 configFilePath = r'c:\abc.txt'
 configParser.read(configFilePath)

Use case:

self.path = configParser.get('your-config', 'path1')

*Edit (@human.js)

in python 3, ConfigParser is renamed to configparser (as described here)

Create web service proxy in Visual Studio from a WSDL file

Using WSDL.exe didn't work for me (gave me an error about a missing type), but I was able to right-click on my project in VS and select "Add Service Reference." I entered the path to the wsdl file in the Address field and hit "Go." That seemed to be able to find all the proper types and added the classes directly to my project.

jquery change button color onclick

$('input[type="submit"]').click(function(){
$(this).css('color','red');
});

Use class, Demo:- http://jsfiddle.net/BX6Df/

   $('input[type="submit"]').click(function(){
          $(this).addClass('red');
});

if you want to toggle the color each click, you can try this:- http://jsfiddle.net/SMNks/

$('input[type="submit"]').click(function(){
  $(this).toggleClass('red');
});


.red
{
    background-color:red;
}

Updated answer for your comment.

http://jsfiddle.net/H2Xhw/

$('input[type="submit"]').click(function(){
    $('input[type="submit"].red').removeClass('red')
        $(this).addClass('red');
});

Global constants file in Swift

To have global constants in my apps, this is what I do in a separate Swift file:

import Foundation

struct Config {
    static let baseURL = "https://api.com"

    static APIKeys {
        static let token = "token"
        static let user = "user"
    }

    struct Notifications {
        static let awareUser = "aware_user"
    }
}

It's easy to use, and to call everywhere like this:

print(Config.Notifications.awareUser)

How to validate white spaces/empty spaces? [Angular 2]

Prevent user to enter space in textbox in Angular 6

<input type="text" (keydown.space)="$event.preventDefault();" required />

Using "&times" word in html changes to ×

&times; stands for × in html. Use &amp;times to get &times

Android: Proper Way to use onBackPressed() with Toast

I use this much simpler approach...

public class XYZ extends Activity {
    private long backPressedTime = 0;    // used by onBackPressed()


    @Override
    public void onBackPressed() {        // to prevent irritating accidental logouts
        long t = System.currentTimeMillis();
        if (t - backPressedTime > 2000) {    // 2 secs
            backPressedTime = t;
            Toast.makeText(this, "Press back again to logout",
                                Toast.LENGTH_SHORT).show();
        } else {    // this guy is serious
            // clean up
            super.onBackPressed();       // bye
        }
    }
}

Play audio from a stream using C#

NAudio wraps the WaveOutXXXX API. I haven't looked at the source, but if NAudio exposes the waveOutWrite() function in a way that doesn't automatically stop playback on each call, then you should be able to do what you really want, which is to start playing the audio stream before you've received all the data.

Using the waveOutWrite() function allows you to "read ahead" and dump smaller chunks of audio into the output queue - Windows will automatically play the chunks seamlessly. Your code would have to take the compressed audio stream and convert it to small chunks of WAV audio on the fly; this part would be really difficult - all the libraries and components I've ever seen do MP3-to-WAV conversion an entire file at a time. Probably your only realistic chance is to do this using WMA instead of MP3, because you can write simple C# wrappers around the multimedia SDK.

Skip first entry in for loop in python?

Based on @SvenMarnach 's Answer, but bit simpler and without using deque

>>> def skip(iterable, at_start=0, at_end=0):
    it = iter(iterable)
    it = itertools.islice(it, at_start, None)
    it, it1 = itertools.tee(it)
    it1 = itertools.islice(it1, at_end, None)
    return (next(it) for _ in it1)

>>> list(skip(range(10), at_start=2, at_end=2))
[2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7]
>>> list(skip(range(10), at_start=2, at_end=5))
[2, 3, 4]

Also Note, based on my timeit result, this is marginally faster than the deque solution

>>> iterable=xrange(1000)
>>> stmt1="""
def skip(iterable, at_start=0, at_end=0):
    it = iter(iterable)
    it = itertools.islice(it, at_start, None)
    it, it1 = itertools.tee(it)
    it1 = itertools.islice(it1, at_end, None)
    return (next(it) for _ in it1)
list(skip(iterable,2,2))
    """
>>> stmt2="""
def skip(iterable, at_start=0, at_end=0):
    it = iter(iterable)
    for x in itertools.islice(it, at_start):
        pass
    queue = collections.deque(itertools.islice(it, at_end))
    for x in it:
        queue.append(x)
        yield queue.popleft()
list(skip(iterable,2,2))
        """
>>> timeit.timeit(stmt = stmt1, setup='from __main__ import iterable, skip, itertools', number = 10000)
2.0313770640908047
>>> timeit.timeit(stmt = stmt2, setup='from __main__ import iterable, skip, itertools, collections', number = 10000)
2.9903135454296716

Get List of connected USB Devices

If you change the ManagementObjectSearcher to the following:

ManagementObjectSearcher searcher = 
       new ManagementObjectSearcher("root\\CIMV2", 
       @"SELECT * FROM Win32_PnPEntity where DeviceID Like ""USB%"""); 

So the "GetUSBDevices() looks like this"

static List<USBDeviceInfo> GetUSBDevices()
{
  List<USBDeviceInfo> devices = new List<USBDeviceInfo>();

  ManagementObjectCollection collection;
  using (var searcher = new ManagementObjectSearcher(@"SELECT * FROM Win32_PnPEntity where DeviceID Like ""USB%"""))
    collection = searcher.Get();      

  foreach (var device in collection)
  {
    devices.Add(new USBDeviceInfo(
    (string)device.GetPropertyValue("DeviceID"),
    (string)device.GetPropertyValue("PNPDeviceID"),
    (string)device.GetPropertyValue("Description")
    ));
  }

  collection.Dispose();
  return devices;
}

}

Your results will be limited to USB devices (as opposed to all types on your system)

Unable to load AWS credentials from the /AwsCredentials.properties file on the classpath

Try this for the file format:

[default]
aws_access_key_id=<your access key>
aws_secret_access_key=<your secret access key>

I saved this file as ~/.aws/credentials with ProfileCredentialsProvider().

Remove element by id

From what I understand, removing a node directly does not work in Firefox, only Internet Explorer. So, to support Firefox, you have to go up to the parent to remove it's child.

Ref: http://chiragrdarji.wordpress.com/2007/03/16/removedelete-element-from-page-using-javascript-working-in-firefoxieopera/

What is more efficient? Using pow to square or just multiply it with itself?

That's the wrong kind of question. The right question would be: "Which one is easier to understand for human readers of my code?"

If speed matters (later), don't ask, but measure. (And before that, measure whether optimizing this actually will make any noticeable difference.) Until then, write the code so that it is easiest to read.

Edit
Just to make this clear (although it already should have been): Breakthrough speedups usually come from things like using better algorithms, improving locality of data, reducing the use of dynamic memory, pre-computing results, etc. They rarely ever come from micro-optimizing single function calls, and where they do, they do so in very few places, which would only be found by careful (and time-consuming) profiling, more often than never they can be sped up by doing very non-intuitive things (like inserting noop statements), and what's an optimization for one platform is sometimes a pessimization for another (which is why you need to measure, instead of asking, because we don't fully know/have your environment).

Let me underline this again: Even in the few applications where such things matter, they don't matter in most places they're used, and it is very unlikely that you will find the places where they matter by looking at the code. You really do need to identify the hot spots first, because otherwise optimizing code is just a waste of time.

Even if a single operation (like computing the square of some value) takes up 10% of the application's execution time (which IME is quite rare), and even if optimizing it saves 50% of the time necessary for that operation (which IME is even much, much rarer), you still made the application take only 5% less time.
Your users will need a stopwatch to even notice that. (I guess in most cases anything under 20% speedup goes unnoticed for most users. And that is four such spots you need to find.)

Apache won't follow symlinks (403 Forbidden)

Related to this question, I just figured out why my vhost was giving me that 403.

I had tested ALL possibilities on this question and others without luck. It almost drives me mad.

I am setting up a server with releases deployment similar to Capistrano way through symlinks and when I tried to access the DocRoot folder (which is now a symlink to current release folder) it gave me the 403.

My vhost is:

DocumentRoot /var/www/site.com/html
<Directory /var/www/site.com/html>
        AllowOverride All
        Options +FollowSymLinks
        Require all granted
</Directory>

and my main httpd.conf file was (default Apache 2.4 install):

DocumentRoot "/var/www"
<Directory "/var/www">
    Options -Indexes -FollowSymLinks -Includes
(...)

It turns out that the main Options definition was taking precedence over my vhosts fiel (for me that is counter intuitive). So I've changed it to:

DocumentRoot "/var/www"
<Directory "/var/www">
    Options -Indexes +FollowSymLinks -Includes
(...)

and Eureka! (note the plus sign before FollowSymLinks in MAIN httpd.conf file. Hope this help some other lost soul.

how to hide keyboard after typing in EditText in android?

getWindow().setSoftInputMode(WindowManager.LayoutParams.SOFT_INPUT_STATE_ALWAYS_HIDDEN);

Error : getaddrinfo ENOTFOUND registry.npmjs.org registry.npmjs.org:443

If you are working behind proxy you must set proxy for npm to connect it to repo.

npm config set registry http://registry.npmjs.org/
npm config set proxy http://myusername:[email protected]:8080
npm config set https-proxy http://myusername:[email protected]:8080
npm config set strict-ssl false
set HTTPS_PROXY=http://myusername:[email protected]:8080
set HTTP_PROXY=http://myusername:[email protected]:8080

Note If your password contains special character like @ EX: password : mypwd1@xyz then use %40 in place of @ Ex:

npm config set proxy http://myusername:mypwd1%[email protected]:8080

Hash function for a string

First, it usually does not matter that much in practice. Most hash functions are "good enough".

But if you really care, you should know that it is a research subject by itself. There are thousand of papers about that. You can still get a PhD today by studying & designing hashing algorithms.

Your second hash function might be slightly better, because it probably should separate the string "ab" from the string "ba". On the other hand, it is probably less quick than the first hash function. It may, or may not, be relevant for your application.

I'll guess that hash functions used for genome strings are quite different than those used to hash family names in telephone databases. Perhaps even some string hash functions are better suited for German, than for English or French words.

Many software libraries give you good enough hash functions, e.g. Qt has qhash, and C++11 has std::hash in <functional>, Glib has several hash functions in C, and POCO has some hash function.

I quite often have hashing functions involving primes (see Bézout's identity) and xor, like e.g.

#define A 54059 /* a prime */
#define B 76963 /* another prime */
#define C 86969 /* yet another prime */
#define FIRSTH 37 /* also prime */
unsigned hash_str(const char* s)
{
   unsigned h = FIRSTH;
   while (*s) {
     h = (h * A) ^ (s[0] * B);
     s++;
   }
   return h; // or return h % C;
}

But I don't claim to be an hash expert. Of course, the values of A, B, C, FIRSTH should preferably be primes, but you could have chosen other prime numbers.

Look at some MD5 implementation to get a feeling of what hash functions can be.

Most good books on algorithmics have at least a whole chapter dedicated to hashing. Start with wikipages on hash function & hash table.

Referencing value in a closed Excel workbook using INDIRECT?

In Excel 2016 at least, you can use INDIRECT with a full path reference; the entire reference (including sheet name) needs to be enclosed by ' characters.

So this should work for you:

= INDIRECT("'C:\data\[myExcelFile.xlsm]" & C13 & "'!$A$1")

Note the closing ' in the last string (ie '!$A$1 surrounded by "")

How to return a dictionary | Python


def query(id):
    for line in file:
        table = line.split(";")
        if id == int(table[0]):
             yield table
    
    

id = int(input("Enter the ID of the user: "))
for id_, name, city in query(id):
  print("ID: " + id_)
  print("Name: " + name)
  print("City: " + city)
file.close()

Using yield..

Good NumericUpDown equivalent in WPF?

If commercial solutions are ok, you may consider this control set: WPF Elements by Mindscape

It contains such a spin control and alternatively (my personal preference) a spin-decorator, that can decorate various numeric controls (like IntegerTextBox, NumericTextBox, also part of the control set) in XAML like this:

<WpfElements:SpinDecorator>
   <WpfElements:IntegerTextBox Text="{Binding Foo}" />
</WpfElements:SpinDecorator>

HTTP Error 500.19 and error code : 0x80070021

In our case, we struggled with this error for quite some days. It turns out that in control panel, programs, turn windows features on or off.

We selected Internet Information Services, world wide web services, Application development features and there we check the set of features associated with our development environment. For example: ASP.NET 4.6. .NET Extensibility 4.6, etc.

It works!

Printing the last column of a line in a file

Not the actual issue here, but might help some one: I was doing awk "{print $NF}", note the wrong quotes. Should be awk '{print $NF}', so that the shell doesn't expand $NF.

Load and execution sequence of a web page?

Open your page in Firefox and get the HTTPFox addon. It will tell you all that you need.

Found this on archivist.incuito:

http://archivist.incutio.com/viewlist/css-discuss/76444

When you first request a page, your browser sends a GET request to the server, which returns the HTML to the browser. The browser then starts parsing the page (possibly before all of it has been returned).

When it finds a reference to an external entity such as a CSS file, an image file, a script file, a Flash file, or anything else external to the page (either on the same server/domain or not), it prepares to make a further GET request for that resource.

However the HTTP standard specifies that the browser should not make more than two concurrent requests to the same domain. So it puts each request to a particular domain in a queue, and as each entity is returned it starts the next one in the queue for that domain.

The time it takes for an entity to be returned depends on its size, the load the server is currently experiencing, and the activity of every single machine between the machine running the browser and the server. The list of these machines can in principle be different for every request, to the extent that one image might travel from the USA to me in the UK over the Atlantic, while another from the same server comes out via the Pacific, Asia and Europe, which takes longer. So you might get a sequence like the following, where a page has (in this order) references to three script files, and five image files, all of differing sizes:

  1. GET script1 and script2; queue request for script3 and images1-5.
  2. script2 arrives (it's smaller than script1): GET script3, queue images1-5.
  3. script1 arrives; GET image1, queue images2-5.
  4. image1 arrives, GET image2, queue images3-5.
  5. script3 fails to arrive due to a network problem - GET script3 again (automatic retry).
  6. image2 arrives, script3 still not here; GET image3, queue images4-5.
  7. image 3 arrives; GET image4, queue image5, script3 still on the way.
  8. image4 arrives, GET image5;
  9. image5 arrives.
  10. script3 arrives.

In short: any old order, depending on what the server is doing, what the rest of the Internet is doing, and whether or not anything has errors and has to be re-fetched. This may seem like a weird way of doing things, but it would quite literally be impossible for the Internet (not just the WWW) to work with any degree of reliability if it wasn't done this way.

Also, the browser's internal queue might not fetch entities in the order they appear in the page - it's not required to by any standard.

(Oh, and don't forget caching, both in the browser and in caching proxies used by ISPs to ease the load on the network.)

Concatenating two one-dimensional NumPy arrays

Here are more approaches for doing this by using numpy.ravel(), numpy.array(), utilizing the fact that 1D arrays can be unpacked into plain elements:

# we'll utilize the concept of unpacking
In [15]: (*a, *b)
Out[15]: (1, 2, 3, 5, 6)

# using `numpy.ravel()`
In [14]: np.ravel((*a, *b))
Out[14]: array([1, 2, 3, 5, 6])

# wrap the unpacked elements in `numpy.array()`
In [16]: np.array((*a, *b))
Out[16]: array([1, 2, 3, 5, 6])

Difference between $.ajax() and $.get() and $.load()

$.get = $.ajax({type: 'GET'});

$.load() is a helper function which only can be invoked on elements.

$.ajax() gives you most control. you can specify if you want to POST data, got more callbacks etc.

Find size of object instance in bytes in c#

You may be able to approximate the size by pretending to serializing it with a binary serializer (but routing the output to oblivion) if you're working with serializable objects.

class Program
{
    static void Main(string[] args)
    {
        A parent;
        parent = new A(1, "Mike");
        parent.AddChild("Greg");
        parent.AddChild("Peter");
        parent.AddChild("Bobby");

        System.Runtime.Serialization.Formatters.Binary.BinaryFormatter bf =
           new System.Runtime.Serialization.Formatters.Binary.BinaryFormatter();
        SerializationSizer ss = new SerializationSizer();
        bf.Serialize(ss, parent);
        Console.WriteLine("Size of serialized object is {0}", ss.Length);
    }
}

[Serializable()]
class A
{
    int id;
    string name;
    List<B> children;
    public A(int id, string name)
    {
        this.id = id;
        this.name = name;
        children = new List<B>();
    }

    public B AddChild(string name)
    {
        B newItem = new B(this, name);
        children.Add(newItem);
        return newItem;
    }
}

[Serializable()]
class B
{
    A parent;
    string name;
    public B(A parent, string name)
    {
        this.parent = parent;
        this.name = name;
    }
}

class SerializationSizer : System.IO.Stream
{
    private int totalSize;
    public override void Write(byte[] buffer, int offset, int count)
    {
        this.totalSize += count;
    }

    public override bool CanRead
    {
        get { return false; }
    }

    public override bool CanSeek
    {
        get { return false; }
    }

    public override bool CanWrite
    {
        get { return true; }
    }

    public override void Flush()
    {
        // Nothing to do
    }

    public override long Length
    {
        get { return totalSize; }
    }

    public override long Position
    {
        get
        {
            throw new NotImplementedException();
        }
        set
        {
            throw new NotImplementedException();
        }
    }

    public override int Read(byte[] buffer, int offset, int count)
    {
        throw new NotImplementedException();
    }

    public override long Seek(long offset, System.IO.SeekOrigin origin)
    {
        throw new NotImplementedException();
    }

    public override void SetLength(long value)
    {
        throw new NotImplementedException();
    }
}

Jquery - Uncaught TypeError: Cannot use 'in' operator to search for '324' in

You can also use $.parseJSON(data) that will explicit convert a string thats come from a PHP script to a real JSON array.

How to make external HTTP requests with Node.js

I would combine node-http-proxy and express.

node-http-proxy will support a proxy inside your node.js web server via RoutingProxy (see the example called Proxy requests within another http server).

Inside your custom server logic you can do authentication using express. See the auth sample here for an example.

Combining those two examples should give you what you want.

Is it possible to make desktop GUI application in .NET Core?

It is now possible to use Qt, QtQuick, and QML with .NET Core, using Qml.Net.

It is highly performant (not "P/Invoke chatty"), fully featured and works across Linux, OS X, and Windows.

Check out my blog post to see how it compares to the other options out there currently.

PS: I'm the author.

How do you set a default value for a MySQL Datetime column?

this is indeed terrible news.here is a long pending bug/feature request for this. that discussion also talks about the limitations of timestamp data type.

I am seriously wondering what is the issue with getting this thing implemented.

how to install Lex and Yacc in Ubuntu?

Use the synaptic packet manager in order to install yacc / lex. If you are feeling more comfortable doing this on the console just do:

sudo apt-get install bison flex

There are some very nice articles on the net on how to get started with those tools. I found the article from CodeProject to be quite good and helpful (see here). But you should just try and search for "introduction to lex", there are plenty of good articles showing up.

jQuery validation plugin: accept only alphabetical characters?

to allow letters ans spaces

jQuery.validator.addMethod("lettersonly", function(value, element) {
return this.optional(element) || /^[a-z\s]+$/i.test(value);
}, "Only alphabetical characters");

$('#yourform').validate({
        rules: {
            name_field: {
                lettersonly: true
            }
        }
    });

How do I pipe or redirect the output of curl -v?

This simple example shows how to capture curl output, and use it in a bash script

test.sh

function main
{
  \curl -vs 'http://google.com'  2>&1
  # note: add -o /tmp/ignore.png if you want to ignore binary output, by saving it to a file. 
}

# capture output of curl to a variable
OUT=$(main)

# search output for something using grep.
echo
echo "$OUT" | grep 302 
echo
echo "$OUT" | grep title 

Nested jQuery.each() - continue/break

The problem here is that while you can return false from within the .each callback, the .each function itself returns the jQuery object. So you have to return a false at both levels to stop the iteration of the loop. Also since there is not way to know if the inner .each found a match or not, we will have to use a shared variable using a closure that gets updated.

Each inner iteration of words refers to the same notFound variable, so we just need to update it when a match is found, and then return it. The outer closure already has a reference to it, so it can break out when needed.

$(sentences).each(function() {
    var s = this;
    var notFound = true;

    $(words).each(function() {
        return (notFound = (s.indexOf(this) == -1));
    });

    return notFound;
});

You can try your example here.

Center icon in a div - horizontally and vertically

Horizontal centering is as easy as:

text-align: center

Vertical centering when the container is a known height:

height: 100px;
line-height: 100px;
vertical-align: middle

Vertical centering when the container isn't a known height AND you can set the image in the background:

background: url(someimage) no-repeat center center;

Apache: "AuthType not set!" 500 Error

Just remove/comment the following line from your httpd.conf file (etc/httpd/conf)

Require all granted

This is needed till Apache Version 2.2 and is not required from thereon.

How do I generate a random int number?

Random rand = new Random();
int name = rand.Next()

Put whatever values you want in the second parentheses make sure you have set a name by writing prop and double tab to generate the code

openCV video saving in python

jveitchmichaelis at https://github.com/ContinuumIO/anaconda-issues/issues/223 provided a thorough answer. Here I copied his answer:

The documentation in OpenCV says (hidden away) that you can only write to avi using OpenCV3. Whether that's true or not I've not been able to determine, but I've been unable to write to anything else.

However, OpenCV is mainly a computer vision library, not a video stream, codec and write one. Therefore, the developers tried to keep this part as simple as possible. Due to this OpenCV for video containers supports only the avi extension, its first version.

From: http://docs.opencv.org/3.1.0/d7/d9e/tutorial_video_write.html

My setup: I built OpenCV 3 from source using MSVC 2015, including ffmpeg. I've also downloaded and installed XVID and openh264 from Cisco, which I added to my PATH. I'm running Anaconda Python 3. I also downloaded a recent build of ffmpeg and added the bin folder to my path, though that shouldn't make a difference as its baked into OpenCV.

I'm running in Win 10 64-bit.

This code seems to work fine on my computer. It will generate a video containing random static:

writer = cv2.VideoWriter("output.avi",
cv2.VideoWriter_fourcc(*"MJPG"), 30,(640,480))

for frame in range(1000):
    writer.write(np.random.randint(0, 255, (480,640,3)).astype('uint8'))

writer.release()

Some things I've learned through trial and error:

  • Only use '.avi', it's just a container, the codec is the important thing.
  • Be careful with specifying frame sizes. In the constructor you need to pass the frame size as (column, row) e.g. 640x480. However the array you pass in, is indexed as (row, column). See in the above example how it's switched?

  • If your input image has a different size to the VideoWriter, it will fail (often silently)

  • Only pass in 8 bit images, manually cast your arrays if you have to (.astype('uint8'))
  • In fact, never mind, just always cast. Even if you load in images using cv2.imread, you need to cast to uint8...
  • MJPG will fail if you don't pass in a 3 channel, 8-bit image. I get an assertion failure for this at least.
  • XVID also requires a 3 channel image but fails silently if you don't do this.
  • H264 seems to be fine with a single channel image
  • If you need raw output, say from a machine vision camera, you can use 'DIB '. 'RAW ' or an empty codec sometimes works. Oddly if I use DIB, I get an ffmpeg error, but the video is saved fine. If I use RAW, there isn't an error, but Windows Video player won't open it. All are fine in VLC.

In the end I think the key point is that OpenCV is not designed to be a video capture library - it doesn't even support sound. VideoWriter is useful, but 99% of the time you're better off saving all your images into a folder and using ffmpeg to turn them into a useful video.

Overlapping elements in CSS

I think you could get away with using relative positioning and then set the top/left positioning of the second DIV until you have it in the position desired.

How to present a simple alert message in java?

Call "setWarningMsg()" Method and pass the text that you want to show.

exm:- setWarningMsg("thank you for using java");


public static void setWarningMsg(String text){
    Toolkit.getDefaultToolkit().beep();
    JOptionPane optionPane = new JOptionPane(text,JOptionPane.WARNING_MESSAGE);
    JDialog dialog = optionPane.createDialog("Warning!");
    dialog.setAlwaysOnTop(true);
    dialog.setVisible(true);
}

Or Just use

JOptionPane optionPane = new JOptionPane("thank you for using java",JOptionPane.WARNING_MESSAGE);
JDialog dialog = optionPane.createDialog("Warning!");
dialog.setAlwaysOnTop(true); // to show top of all other application
dialog.setVisible(true); // to visible the dialog

You can use JOptionPane. (WARNING_MESSAGE or INFORMATION_MESSAGE or ERROR_MESSAGE)

jQuery append() vs appendChild()

The JavaScript appendchild method can be use to append an item to another element. The jQuery Append element does the same work but certainly in less number of lines:

Let us take an example to Append an item in a list:

a) With JavaScript

var n= document.createElement("LI");                 // Create a <li> node
var tn = document.createTextNode("JavaScript");      // Create a text node
n.appendChild(tn);                                   // Append the text to <li>
document.getElementById("myList").appendChild(n);  

b) With jQuery

$("#myList").append("<li>jQuery</li>")

How to change the remote repository for a git submodule?

These commands will do the work on command prompt without altering any files on local repository

git config --file=.gitmodules submodule.Submod.url https://github.com/username/ABC.git
git config --file=.gitmodules submodule.Submod.branch Development
git submodule sync
git submodule update --init --recursive --remote

Please look at the blog for screenshots: Changing GIT submodules URL/Branch to other URL/branch of same repository

Global Git ignore

From here.

If you create a file in your repo named .gitignore git will use its rules when looking at files to commit. Note that git will not ignore a file that was already tracked before a rule was added to this file to ignore it. In such a case the file must be un-tracked, usually with :

git rm --cached filename

Is it your case ?

Count number of rows within each group

A solution using sqldf package:

library(sqldf)
sqldf("SELECT Year, Month, COUNT(*) as Freq
       FROM df1
       GROUP BY Year, Month")

Is it possible to insert HTML content in XML document?

so long as your html content doesn't need to contain a CDATA element, you can contain the HTML in a CDATA element, otherwise you'll have to escape the XML entities.

<element><![CDATA[<p>your html here</p>]]></element>

VS

<element>&lt;p&gt;your html here&lt;/p&gt;</element>

Difference between Grunt, NPM and Bower ( package.json vs bower.json )

Npm and Bower are both dependency management tools. But the main difference between both is npm is used for installing Node js modules but bower js is used for managing front end components like html, css, js etc.

A fact that makes this more confusing is that npm provides some packages which can be used in front-end development as well, like grunt and jshint.

These lines add more meaning

Bower, unlike npm, can have multiple files (e.g. .js, .css, .html, .png, .ttf) which are considered the main file(s). Bower semantically considers these main files, when packaged together, a component.

Edit: Grunt is quite different from Npm and Bower. Grunt is a javascript task runner tool. You can do a lot of things using grunt which you had to do manually otherwise. Highlighting some of the uses of Grunt:

  1. Zipping some files (e.g. zipup plugin)
  2. Linting on js files (jshint)
  3. Compiling less files (grunt-contrib-less)

There are grunt plugins for sass compilation, uglifying your javascript, copy files/folders, minifying javascript etc.

Please Note that grunt plugin is also an npm package.

Question-1

When I want to add a package (and check in the dependency into git), where does it belong - into package.json or into bower.json

It really depends where does this package belong to. If it is a node module(like grunt,request) then it will go in package.json otherwise into bower json.

Question-2

When should I ever install packages explicitly like that without adding them to the file that manages dependencies

It does not matter whether you are installing packages explicitly or mentioning the dependency in .json file. Suppose you are in the middle of working on a node project and you need another project, say request, then you have two options:

  • Edit the package.json file and add a dependency on 'request'
  • npm install

OR

  • Use commandline: npm install --save request

--save options adds the dependency to package.json file as well. If you don't specify --save option, it will only download the package but the json file will be unaffected.

You can do this either way, there will not be a substantial difference.

How can I programmatically determine if my app is running in the iphone simulator?

if nothing worked, try this

public struct Platform {

    public static var isSimulator: Bool {
        return TARGET_OS_SIMULATOR != 0 // Use this line in Xcode 7 or newer
    }

}

AngularJS: Uncaught Error: [$injector:modulerr] Failed to instantiate module?

You have to play with JSFiddle loading option :

set it to "No wrap - in body" instead of "onload"

Working fiddle : http://jsfiddle.net/zQv9n/1/

Using jQuery, Restricting File Size Before Uploading

I don't think it's possible unless you use a flash, activex or java uploader.

For security reasons ajax / javascript isn't allowed to access the file stream or file properties before or during upload.

How to embed images in email

Here is how to get the code for an embedded image without worrying about any files or base64 statements or mimes (it's still base64, but you don't have to do anything to get it). I originally posted this same answer in this thread, but it may be valuable to repeat it in this one, too.

To do this, you need Mozilla Thunderbird, you can fetch the html code for an image like this:

  1. Copy a bitmap to clipboard.
  2. Start a new email message.
  3. Paste the image. (don't save it as a draft!!!)
  4. Double-click on it to get to the image settings dialogue.
  5. Look for the "image location" property.
  6. Fetch the code and wrap it in an image tag, like this:

You should end up with a string of text something like this:

<img 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You can wrap this up into a string variable and place this absolutely anywhere that you would present an html email message - even in your email signatures. The advantage is that there are no attachments, and there are no links. (this code will display a lizard)

A picture is worth a thousand words: enter image description here

Incidentally, I did write a program to do all of this for you. It's called BaseImage, and it will create the image code as well as the html for you. Please don't consider this self-promotion; I'm just sharing a solution.

Finding partial text in range, return an index

This formula will do the job:

=INDEX(G:G,MATCH(FALSE,ISERROR(SEARCH(H1,G:G)),0)+3)

you need to enter it as an array formula, i.e. press Ctrl-Shift-Enter. It assumes that the substring you're searching for is in cell H1.

How to make HTML element resizable using pure Javascript?

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function initialiseResize(e) {_x000D_
  window.addEventListener('mousemove', startResizing, false);_x000D_
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  window.removeEventListener('mousemove', startResizing, false);_x000D_
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function startResizing(e) {_x000D_
  box.style.width = (e.clientX) + 'px';_x000D_
  box.style.height = (e.clientY) + 'px';_x000D_
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function startResizing(e) {_x000D_
  box.style.width = (e.clientX - box.offsetLeft) + 'px';_x000D_
  box.style.height = (e.clientY - box.offsetTop) + 'px';_x000D_
}
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SQL server 2008 backup error - Operating system error 5(failed to retrieve text for this error. Reason: 15105)

It looks like the SQL Server doesn't have permission to access file C:\backup.bak. I would check the permissions of the account that is assigned to the SQL Server service account.

As part of the solution, you may want to save your backup files to somewhere other that the root of the C: drive. That might be one reason why you are having permission problems.

How do I dump an object's fields to the console?

If you want to print an already indented JSON:

require 'json'
...
puts JSON.pretty_generate(JSON.parse(object.to_json))

What is TypeScript and why would I use it in place of JavaScript?

I originally wrote this answer when TypeScript was still hot-off-the-presses. Five years later, this is an OK overview, but look at Lodewijk's answer below for more depth

1000ft view...

TypeScript is a superset of JavaScript which primarily provides optional static typing, classes and interfaces. One of the big benefits is to enable IDEs to provide a richer environment for spotting common errors as you type the code.

To get an idea of what I mean, watch Microsoft's introductory video on the language.

For a large JavaScript project, adopting TypeScript might result in more robust software, while still being deployable where a regular JavaScript application would run.

It is open source, but you only get the clever Intellisense as you type if you use a supported IDE. Initially, this was only Microsoft's Visual Studio (also noted in blog post from Miguel de Icaza). These days, other IDEs offer TypeScript support too.

Are there other technologies like it?

There's CoffeeScript, but that really serves a different purpose. IMHO, CoffeeScript provides readability for humans, but TypeScript also provides deep readability for tools through its optional static typing (see this recent blog post for a little more critique). There's also Dart but that's a full on replacement for JavaScript (though it can produce JavaScript code)

Example

As an example, here's some TypeScript (you can play with this in the TypeScript Playground)

class Greeter {
    greeting: string;
    constructor (message: string) {
        this.greeting = message;
    }
    greet() {
        return "Hello, " + this.greeting;
    }
}  

And here's the JavaScript it would produce

var Greeter = (function () {
    function Greeter(message) {
        this.greeting = message;
    }
    Greeter.prototype.greet = function () {
        return "Hello, " + this.greeting;
    };
    return Greeter;
})();

Notice how the TypeScript defines the type of member variables and class method parameters. This is removed when translating to JavaScript, but used by the IDE and compiler to spot errors, like passing a numeric type to the constructor.

It's also capable of inferring types which aren't explicitly declared, for example, it would determine the greet() method returns a string.

Debugging TypeScript

Many browsers and IDEs offer direct debugging support through sourcemaps. See this Stack Overflow question for more details: Debugging TypeScript code with Visual Studio

Want to know more?

I originally wrote this answer when TypeScript was still hot-off-the-presses. Check out Lodewijk's answer to this question for some more current detail.

Add a properties file to IntelliJ's classpath

I spent quite a lot of time figuring out how to do this in Intellij 13x. I apparently never added the properties files to the artifacts that required them, which is a separate step in Intellij. The setup below also works when you have a properties file that is shared by multiple modules.

  • Go to your project setup (CTRL + ALT + SHIFT + S)
  • In the list, select the module that you want to add one or more properties files to.
  • On the right, select the Dependencies tab.
  • Click the green plus and select "Jars or directories".
  • Now select the folder that contains the property file(s). (I haven't tried including an individual file)
  • Intellij will now ask you what the "category" of the selected file is. Choose "classes" (even though they are not).
  • Now you must add the properties files to the artifact. Intellij will give you the shortcut shown below. It will show errors in the red part at the bottom and a 'red lightbulb' that when clicked shows you an option to add the files to the artifact. You can also go to the 'artifacts' section and add the files to the artifacts manually.

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Python - abs vs fabs

math.fabs() converts its argument to float if it can (if it can't, it throws an exception). It then takes the absolute value, and returns the result as a float.

In addition to floats, abs() also works with integers and complex numbers. Its return type depends on the type of its argument.

In [7]: type(abs(-2))
Out[7]: int

In [8]: type(abs(-2.0))
Out[8]: float

In [9]: type(abs(3+4j))
Out[9]: float

In [10]: type(math.fabs(-2))
Out[10]: float

In [11]: type(math.fabs(-2.0))
Out[11]: float

In [12]: type(math.fabs(3+4j))
---------------------------------------------------------------------------
TypeError                                 Traceback (most recent call last)
/home/npe/<ipython-input-12-8368761369da> in <module>()
----> 1 type(math.fabs(3+4j))

TypeError: can't convert complex to float

How can I get the current date and time in UTC or GMT in Java?

Use this Class to get ever the right UTC Time from a Online NTP Server:

import java.net.DatagramPacket;
import java.net.DatagramSocket;
import java.net.InetAddress;


class NTP_UTC_Time
{
private static final String TAG = "SntpClient";

private static final int RECEIVE_TIME_OFFSET = 32;
private static final int TRANSMIT_TIME_OFFSET = 40;
private static final int NTP_PACKET_SIZE = 48;

private static final int NTP_PORT = 123;
private static final int NTP_MODE_CLIENT = 3;
private static final int NTP_VERSION = 3;

// Number of seconds between Jan 1, 1900 and Jan 1, 1970
// 70 years plus 17 leap days
private static final long OFFSET_1900_TO_1970 = ((365L * 70L) + 17L) * 24L * 60L * 60L;

private long mNtpTime;

public boolean requestTime(String host, int timeout) {
    try {
        DatagramSocket socket = new DatagramSocket();
        socket.setSoTimeout(timeout);
        InetAddress address = InetAddress.getByName(host);
        byte[] buffer = new byte[NTP_PACKET_SIZE];
        DatagramPacket request = new DatagramPacket(buffer, buffer.length, address, NTP_PORT);

        buffer[0] = NTP_MODE_CLIENT | (NTP_VERSION << 3);

        writeTimeStamp(buffer, TRANSMIT_TIME_OFFSET);

        socket.send(request);

        // read the response
        DatagramPacket response = new DatagramPacket(buffer, buffer.length);
        socket.receive(response);          
        socket.close();

        mNtpTime = readTimeStamp(buffer, RECEIVE_TIME_OFFSET);            
    } catch (Exception e) {
      //  if (Config.LOGD) Log.d(TAG, "request time failed: " + e);
        return false;
    }

    return true;
}


public long getNtpTime() {
    return mNtpTime;
}


/**
 * Reads an unsigned 32 bit big endian number from the given offset in the buffer.
 */
private long read32(byte[] buffer, int offset) {
    byte b0 = buffer[offset];
    byte b1 = buffer[offset+1];
    byte b2 = buffer[offset+2];
    byte b3 = buffer[offset+3];

    // convert signed bytes to unsigned values
    int i0 = ((b0 & 0x80) == 0x80 ? (b0 & 0x7F) + 0x80 : b0);
    int i1 = ((b1 & 0x80) == 0x80 ? (b1 & 0x7F) + 0x80 : b1);
    int i2 = ((b2 & 0x80) == 0x80 ? (b2 & 0x7F) + 0x80 : b2);
    int i3 = ((b3 & 0x80) == 0x80 ? (b3 & 0x7F) + 0x80 : b3);

    return ((long)i0 << 24) + ((long)i1 << 16) + ((long)i2 << 8) + (long)i3;
}

/**
 * Reads the NTP time stamp at the given offset in the buffer and returns 
 * it as a system time (milliseconds since January 1, 1970).
 */    
private long readTimeStamp(byte[] buffer, int offset) {
    long seconds = read32(buffer, offset);
    long fraction = read32(buffer, offset + 4);
    return ((seconds - OFFSET_1900_TO_1970) * 1000) + ((fraction * 1000L) / 0x100000000L);        
}

/**
 * Writes 0 as NTP starttime stamp in the buffer. --> Then NTP returns Time OFFSET since 1900
 */    
private void writeTimeStamp(byte[] buffer, int offset) {        
    int ofs =  offset++;

    for (int i=ofs;i<(ofs+8);i++)
      buffer[i] = (byte)(0);             
}

}

And use it with:

        long now = 0;

        NTP_UTC_Time client = new NTP_UTC_Time();

        if (client.requestTime("pool.ntp.org", 2000)) {              
          now = client.getNtpTime();
        }

If you need UTC Time "now" as DateTimeString use function:

private String get_UTC_Datetime_from_timestamp(long timeStamp){

    try{

        Calendar cal = Calendar.getInstance();
        TimeZone tz = cal.getTimeZone();

        int tzt = tz.getOffset(System.currentTimeMillis());

        timeStamp -= tzt;

        // DateFormat sdf = new SimpleDateFormat("yyyy-MM-dd HH:mm:ss",Locale.getDefault());
        DateFormat sdf = new SimpleDateFormat();
        Date netDate = (new Date(timeStamp));
        return sdf.format(netDate);
    }
    catch(Exception ex){
        return "";
     }
    } 

and use it with:

String UTC_DateTime = get_UTC_Datetime_from_timestamp(now);

Laravel: getting a a single value from a MySQL query

Using query builder, get the single column value such as groupName

  $groupName = DB::table('users')->where('username', $username)->pluck('groupName');

For Laravel 5.1

 $groupName=DB::table('users')->where('username', $username)->value('groupName');

Or, Using user model, get the single column value

 $groupName = User::where('username', $username)->pluck('groupName');

Or, get the first row and then split for getting single column value

 $data = User::where('username', $username)->first();
 if($data)
   $groupName=$data->groupName;

how to write javascript code inside php

You can put up all your JS like this, so it doesn't execute before your HTML is ready

$(document).ready(function() {
   // some code here
 });

Remember this is jQuery so include it in the head section. Also see Why you should use jQuery and not onload

python list in sql query as parameter

Solution for @umounted answer, because that broke with a one-element tuple, since (1,) is not valid SQL.:

>>> random_ids = [1234,123,54,56,57,58,78,91]
>>> cursor.execute("create table test (id)")
>>> for item in random_ids:
    cursor.execute("insert into test values (%d)" % item)
>>> sublist = [56,57,58]
>>> cursor.execute("select id from test where id in %s" % str(tuple(sublist)).replace(',)',')'))
>>> a = cursor.fetchall()
>>> a
[(56,), (57,), (58,)]

Other solution for sql string:

cursor.execute("select id from test where id in (%s)" % ('"'+'", "'.join(l)+'"'))

SQL Server : fetching records between two dates?

As others have answered, you probably have a DATETIME (or other variation) column and not a DATE datatype.

Here's a condition that works for all, including DATE:

SELECT * 
FROM xxx 
WHERE dates >= '20121026' 
  AND dates <  '20121028'    --- one day after 
                             --- it is converted to '2012-10-28 00:00:00.000'
 ;

@Aaron Bertrand has blogged about this at: What do BETWEEN and the devil have in common?

Binding a Button's visibility to a bool value in ViewModel

This can be achieved in a very simple way 1. Write this in the view.

<Button HorizontalAlignment="Center" VerticalAlignment="Center" Width="50" Height="30">
<Button.Style>
        <Style TargetType="Button">
                <Setter Property="Visibility" Value="Collapsed"/>
                        <Style.Triggers>
                                <DataTrigger Binding="{Binding IsHide}" Value="True">
                                        <Setter Property="Visibility" Value="Visible"/>
                                    </DataTrigger>
                            </Style.Triggers>
            </Style>
    </Button.Style>

  1. The following is the Boolean property which holds the true/ false value. The following is the code snippet. In my example this property is in UserNote class.

    public bool _isHide = false;
    
    public bool IsHide
    {
    
    get { return _isHide; }
    
    set
        {
            _isHide = value;
                OnPropertyChanged("IsHide");
        }
    } 
    
  2. This is the way the IsHide property gets the value.

    userNote.IsHide = userNote.IsNoteDeleted;
    

Convert String to java.util.Date

I think your date format does not make sense. There is no 13:00 PM. Remove the "aaa" at the end of your format or turn the HH into hh.

Nevertheless, this works fine for me:

String testDate = "29-Apr-2010,13:00:14 PM";
DateFormat formatter = new SimpleDateFormat("d-MMM-yyyy,HH:mm:ss aaa");
Date date = formatter.parse(testDate);
System.out.println(date);

It prints "Thu Apr 29 13:00:14 CEST 2010".

JQuery get data from JSON array

You're not looping over the items. Try this instead:

$.getJSON(url, function(data){
    $.each(data.response.venue.tips.groups.items, function (index, value) {
        console.log(this.text);
    });
});

iterating through Enumeration of hastable keys throws NoSuchElementException error

You're calling nextElement twice in the loop. You should call it only once, else it moves ahead twice:

while(e.hasMoreElements()){
    String s = e.nextElement();
    System.out.println(s);
}

ArrayList vs List<> in C#

To me its all about knowing your data. If I am continuing to expand my code on the basis of efficiency, I would have to choose the List option as a way of deciphering of my data w/o the unnecessary step of always wondering about types, especially 'Custom Types'. If the machine understands the difference and can determine on it's on what type of data I'm actually dealing with then why should I get in the way and waste time going thru the gyrations of 'IF THEN ELSE' determinations? My philosophy is to let the machine work for me instead of me working on the machine? Knowing the unique differences of different object code commands goes a long way in making your code as efficient.

Tom Johnson (One Entry ... One Exit)

How do I get the object if it exists, or None if it does not exist?

We can use Django builtin exception which attached to the models named as .DoesNotExist. So, we don't have to import ObjectDoesNotExist exception.

Instead doing:

from django.core.exceptions import ObjectDoesNotExist

try:
    content = Content.objects.get(name="baby")
except ObjectDoesNotExist:
    content = None

We can do this:

try:
    content = Content.objects.get(name="baby")
except Content.DoesNotExist:
    content = None

Easy way to export multiple data.frame to multiple Excel worksheets

Incase data size is small, R has many packages and functions which can be utilized as per your requirement.

write.xlsx, write.xlsx2, XLconnect also do the work but these are sometimes slow as compare to openxlsx.

So, if you are dealing with the large data sets and came across java errors. I would suggest to have a look of "openxlsx" which is really awesome and reduce the time to 1/12th.

I've tested all and finally i was really impressed with the performance of openxlsx capabilities.

Here are the steps for writing multiple datasets into multiple sheets.

 install.packages("openxlsx")
 library("openxlsx")

    start.time <- Sys.time()

    # Creating large data frame
    x <- as.data.frame(matrix(1:4000000,200000,20))
    y <- as.data.frame(matrix(1:4000000,200000,20))
    z <- as.data.frame(matrix(1:4000000,200000,20))

    # Creating a workbook
    wb <- createWorkbook("Example.xlsx")
    Sys.setenv("R_ZIPCMD" = "C:/Rtools/bin/zip.exe") ## path to zip.exe

Sys.setenv("R_ZIPCMD" = "C:/Rtools/bin/zip.exe") has to be static as it takes reference of some utility from Rtools.

Note: Incase Rtools is not installed on your system, please install it first for smooth experience. here is the link for your reference: (choose appropriate version)

https://cran.r-project.org/bin/windows/Rtools/ check the options as per link below (need to select all the check box while installation)

https://cloud.githubusercontent.com/assets/7400673/12230758/99fb2202-b8a6-11e5-82e6-836159440831.png

    # Adding a worksheets : parameters for addWorksheet are 1. Workbook Name 2. Sheet Name

    addWorksheet(wb, "Sheet 1")
    addWorksheet(wb, "Sheet 2")
    addWorksheet(wb, "Sheet 3")

    # Writing data in to respetive sheets: parameters for writeData are 1. Workbook Name 2. Sheet index/ sheet name 3. dataframe name

    writeData(wb, 1, x)

    # incase you would like to write sheet with filter available for ease of access you can pass the parameter withFilter = TRUE in writeData function.
    writeData(wb, 2, x = y, withFilter = TRUE)

    ## Similarly writeDataTable is another way for representing your data with table formatting:

    writeDataTable(wb, 3, z)

    saveWorkbook(wb, file = "Example.xlsx", overwrite = TRUE)

    end.time <- Sys.time()
    time.taken <- end.time - start.time
    time.taken

openxlsx package is really good for reading and writing huge data from/ in excel files and has lots of options for custom formatting within excel.

The interesting fact is that we dont have to bother about java heap memory here.

Div not expanding even with content inside

You didn't typed the closingtag from the div with id="infohold.

MongoDB inserts float when trying to insert integer

If the value type is already double, then update the value with $set command can not change the value type double to int when using NumberInt() or NumberLong() function. So, to Change the value type, it must update the whole record.

var re = db.data.find({"name": "zero"})
re['value']=NumberInt(0)
db.data.update({"name": "zero"}, re)

jQuery serialize does not register checkboxes

I have used this way and getting values "0" or if checked "1". This telling that if checkbox input name is not exist in serialized form_data then it means it is not checked then add value as zero (form_data += '&' + name + '=0'), but if checked serialize() function automatically adds it.

   /*get all other form inputs*/ 
   var form_data = form.serialize();

    /*get checkboxes*/
    $.each($("#form_id input[type='checkbox']"), function(){
        var name = $(this).attr('name');
        if(form_data.indexOf(name)===-1)form_data += '&' + name + '=0';
    });

How do I vertically center an H1 in a div?

I've had success putting text within span tags and then setting vertical-align: middle on that span. Don't know how cross-browser compliant this is though, I've only tested it in webkit browsers.

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

Use sql from sql:

spool output of this to a file:

select 'alter index '||owner||'.'||index_name||' rebuild tablespace TO_TABLESPACE_NAME;' from all_indexes where owner='OWNERNAME';

spoolfile will have something like this:

alter index OWNER.PK_INDEX rebuild tablespace CORRECT_TS_NAME;

android.database.sqlite.SQLiteCantOpenDatabaseException: unknown error (code 14): Could not open database

My gremlin for this problem was bad directory permissions:

Good permissions:

drwxr-x--x u0_a20   u0_a20            2013-11-13 20:45 com.google.earth
drwxr-x--x u0_a63   u0_a63            2013-11-13 20:46 com.nuance.xt9.input
drwxr-x--x u0_a53   u0_a53            2013-11-13 20:45 com.tf.thinkdroid.sg
drwxr-x--x u0_a68   u0_a68            2013-12-24 15:03 eu.chainfire.supersu
drwxr-x--x u0_a59   u0_a59            2013-11-13 20:45 jp.co.omronsoft.iwnnime.ml
drwxr-x--x u0_a60   u0_a60            2013-11-13 20:45 jp.co.omronsoft.iwnnime.ml.kbd.white
drwxr-x--x u0_a69   u0_a69            2013-12-24 15:03 org.mozilla.firefox

Bad permissions:

root@grouper:/data/data # ls -lad com.mypackage                  
drw-rw-r-- u0_a70   u0_a70            2014-01-11 14:18 com.mypackage

How did they get that way? I set them that way, while fiddling around trying to get adb pull to work. Clearly I did it wrong.

Hey Google, it would be awful nice if a permission error produced a meaningful error message, or failing that if you didnt have to hand tweak permissions to use the tools.

Could not load file or assembly 'System.Web.Http 4.0.0 after update from 2012 to 2013

I got this issue when deploying to Azure using the Publish feature. Remember to clear files at destination.

Publish Settings -> File Publish Options drop down -> Check Remove additional files at destination

This solved my issue, in case people have to hunt around for this like I did. Everything was the same version in my project/solution, just not at the destination I was deploying to.

How do I disable the resizable property of a textarea?

Adding !important makes it work:

width:325px !important; height:120px !important; outline:none !important;

outline is just to avoid the blue outline on certain browsers.

keyCode values for numeric keypad?

******************* Don't use KEYCODE !!!! ******************

The problem with keyCode is to avoid the combined keys with the numbers on top of keyboard, we must add a check on the key "Shift" and "Alt" to avoid special characters such as e @ & " { } ...

A simplest solution is to convert e.key to a number and check if the conversion gives NaN!

let key = Number(e.key)
if (isNaN(key) || e.key === null || e.key === ' ') {
  console.log("is not numeric")
}
else {
  console.log("is numeric")
}

Be careful if e.key is null or a space, it gives 0 !

Number(5)         // => 5
Number('5')       // => 5
Number(null)      // => 0 
Number(' ')       // => 0
Number('chars')   // => NaN
Number(undefined) // => NaN

Why specify @charset "UTF-8"; in your CSS file?

This is useful in contexts where the encoding is not told per HTTP header or other meta data, e.g. the local file system.

Imagine the following stylesheet:

[rel="external"]::after
{
    content: ' ?';
}

If a reader saves the file to a hard drive and you omit the @charset rule, most browsers will read it in the OS’ locale encoding, e.g. Windows-1252, and insert ↗ instead of an arrow.

Unfortunately, you cannot rely on this mechanism as the support is rather … rare. And remember that on the net an HTTP header will always override the @charset rule.

The correct rules to determine the character set of a stylesheet are in order of priority:

  1. HTTP Charset header.
  2. Byte Order Mark.
  3. The first @charset rule.
  4. UTF-8.

The last rule is the weakest, it will fail in some browsers.
The charset attribute in <link rel='stylesheet' charset='utf-8'> is obsolete in HTML 5.
Watch out for conflict between the different declarations. They are not easy to debug.

Recommended reading

Jquery Ajax Posting json to webservice

I tried Dave Ward's solution. The data part was not being sent from the browser in the payload part of the post request as the contentType is set to "application/json". Once I removed this line everything worked great.

var markers = [{ "position": "128.3657142857143", "markerPosition": "7" },

               { "position": "235.1944023323615", "markerPosition": "19" },

               { "position": "42.5978231292517", "markerPosition": "-3" }];

$.ajax({

    type: "POST",
    url: "/webservices/PodcastService.asmx/CreateMarkers",
    // The key needs to match your method's input parameter (case-sensitive).
    data: JSON.stringify({ Markers: markers }),
    contentType: "application/json; charset=utf-8",
    dataType: "json",
    success: function(data){alert(data);},
    failure: function(errMsg) {
        alert(errMsg);
    }
});

Java verify void method calls n times with Mockito

The necessary method is Mockito#verify:

public static <T> T verify(T mock,
                           VerificationMode mode)

mock is your mocked object and mode is the VerificationMode that describes how the mock should be verified. Possible modes are:

verify(mock, times(5)).someMethod("was called five times");
verify(mock, never()).someMethod("was never called");
verify(mock, atLeastOnce()).someMethod("was called at least once");
verify(mock, atLeast(2)).someMethod("was called at least twice");
verify(mock, atMost(3)).someMethod("was called at most 3 times");
verify(mock, atLeast(0)).someMethod("was called any number of times"); // useful with captors
verify(mock, only()).someMethod("no other method has been called on the mock");

You'll need these static imports from the Mockito class in order to use the verify method and these verification modes:

import static org.mockito.Mockito.atLeast;
import static org.mockito.Mockito.atLeastOnce;
import static org.mockito.Mockito.atMost;
import static org.mockito.Mockito.never;
import static org.mockito.Mockito.only;
import static org.mockito.Mockito.times;
import static org.mockito.Mockito.verify;

So in your case the correct syntax will be:

Mockito.verify(mock, times(4)).send()

This verifies that the method send was called 4 times on the mocked object. It will fail if it was called less or more than 4 times.


If you just want to check, if the method has been called once, then you don't need to pass a VerificationMode. A simple

verify(mock).someMethod("was called once");

would be enough. It internally uses verify(mock, times(1)).someMethod("was called once");.


It is possible to have multiple verification calls on the same mock to achieve a "between" verification. Mockito doesn't support something like this verify(mock, between(4,6)).someMethod("was called between 4 and 6 times");, but we can write

verify(mock, atLeast(4)).someMethod("was called at least four times ...");
verify(mock, atMost(6)).someMethod("... and not more than six times");

instead, to get the same behaviour. The bounds are included, so the test case is green when the method was called 4, 5 or 6 times.

What is the correct JSON content type?

As some research,

Most commonly MIME type is

application/json

Let's see a example to differentiate with json and javascript.

  • application/json

It is used when it is not known how this data will be used. When the information is to be just extracted from the server in JSON format, it may be through a link or from any file, in that case, it is used.

For example-

<?php 
  
header('Content-type:application/json');     
   
$directory =[ 

    ['Id'=> 1, 'Name' => 'this' ], 

    ['Id'=> 2, 'Name' => 'is'], 

    ['Id'=> 3, 'Name' => 'stackoverflow'], 

      ]; 

    
// Showing the json data 

echo json_encode($directory);     


   ?>

Output is,

[{"Id":1, "Name":"this"}, {"Id":2, "Name":"is"}, {"Id":3, "Name":"stackoverflow"}]

  • application/javascript

it is used when the use of the data is predefined. It is used by applications in which there are calls by the client-side ajax applications. It is used when the data is of type JSON-P or JSONP. 

For example

<?php 

header('Content-type:application/javascript'); 

$dir =[ 

    ['Id'=> 1, 'Name' => 'this' ], 

    ['Id'=> 2, 'Name' => 'is'], 

    ['Id'=> 3, 'Name' => 'stackoverflow'], 

      ]; 

echo "Function_call(".json_encode($dir).");"; 

  

?> 

Output is,

Function_call([{"Id":1, "Name":"this"}, {"Id":2, "Name":"is"}, {"Id":3, "Name":"stackoverflow"}])

And for other MIME Types see full detail here,

https://developer.mozilla.org/en-US/docs/Web/HTTP/Basics_of_HTTP/MIME_types

Error starting Tomcat from NetBeans - '127.0.0.1*' is not recognized as an internal or external command

After following the steps from @Johnride, I still got the same error.

This fixed the problem:

Tools-> Options-> Select no proxy

source: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uI1j-8F8eN4

Min / Max Validator in Angular 2 Final

In your code you are using min and not minlength. Please also notice that this will not validate if a number is > 0 but its length.

SFTP in Python? (platform independent)

Here is a sample using pysftp and a private key.

import pysftp

def upload_file(file_path):

    private_key = "~/.ssh/your-key.pem"  # can use password keyword in Connection instead
    srv = pysftp.Connection(host="your-host", username="user-name", private_key=private_key)
    srv.chdir('/var/web/public_files/media/uploads')  # change directory on remote server
    srv.put(file_path)  # To download a file, replace put with get
    srv.close()  # Close connection

pysftp is an easy to use sftp module that utilizes paramiko and pycrypto. It provides a simple interface to sftp.. Other things that you can do with pysftp which are quite useful:

data = srv.listdir()  # Get the directory and file listing in a list
srv.get(file_path)  # Download a file from remote server
srv.execute('pwd') # Execute a command on the server

More commands and about PySFTP here.

How can I convert a string to an int in Python?

def addition(a, b): return a + b

def subtraction(a, b): return a - b

def multiplication(a, b): return a * b

def division(a, b): return a / b

keepProgramRunning = True

print "Welcome to the Calculator!"

while keepProgramRunning:
print "Please choose what you'd like to do:"

print "0: Addition"
print "1: Subtraction"
print "2: Multiplication"
print "3: Division"
print "4: Quit Application"



#Capture the menu choice.
choice = raw_input()    

if choice == "0":
    numberA = input("Enter your first number: ")
    numberB = input("Enter your second number: ")
    print "Your result is: " + str(addition(numberA, numberB)) + "\n"
elif choice == "1":
    numberA = input("Enter your first number: ")
    numberB = input("Enter your second number: ")
    print "Your result is: " + str(subtraction(numberA, numberB)) + "\n"
elif choice == "2":
    numberA = input("Enter your first number: ")
    numberB = input("Enter your second number: ")
    print "Your result is: " + str(multiplication(numberA, numberB)) + "\n"
elif choice == "3":
    numberA = input("Enter your first number: ")
    numberB = input("Enter your second number: ")
    print "Your result is: " + str(division(numberA, numberB)) + "\n"
elif choice == "4":
    print "Bye!"
    keepProgramRunning = False
else:
    print "Please choose a valid option."
    print "\n"

Abstract Class vs Interface in C++

interface were primarily made popular by Java.
Below are the nature of interface and its C++ equivalents:

  1. interface can contain only body-less abstract methods; C++ equivalent is pure virtual methods, though they can/cannot have body
  2. interface can contain only static final data members; C++ equivalent is static const data members which are compile time constants
  3. Multiple interface can be implemented by a Java class, this facility is needed because a Java class can inherit only 1 class; C++ supports multiple inheritance straight away with help of virtual keyword when needed

Because of point 3 interface concept was never formally introduced in C++. Still one can have a flexibility to do that.

Besides this you can refer Bjarne's FAQ on this topic.

Radio Buttons "Checked" Attribute Not Working

just add checked attribute to each radio that you want to have default checked

try this :

<input style="width: 20px;" type="radio" name="Contact0_AmericanExpress" class="check" checked/>

Why use #define instead of a variable

C didn't use to have consts, so #defines were the only way of providing constant values. Both C and C++ do have them now, so there is no point in using them, except when they are going to be tested with #ifdef/ifndef.

Constructing pandas DataFrame from values in variables gives "ValueError: If using all scalar values, you must pass an index"

You need to create a pandas series first. The second step is to convert the pandas series to pandas dataframe.

import pandas as pd
data = {'a': 1, 'b': 2}
pd.Series(data).to_frame()

You can even provide a column name.

pd.Series(data).to_frame('ColumnName')

Which is preferred: Nullable<T>.HasValue or Nullable<T> != null?

I prefer (a != null) so that the syntax matches reference types.

How can I dynamically switch web service addresses in .NET without a recompile?

If you are fetching the URL from a database you can manually assign it to the web service proxy class URL property. This should be done before calling the web method.

If you would like to use the config file, you can set the proxy classes URL behavior to dynamic.

How to listen state changes in react.js?

If you use hooks like const [ name , setName ] = useState (' '), you can try the following:

 useEffect(() => {
      console.log('Listening: ', name);
    }, [name]);

CSS3 background image transition

I was struggling with this for a bit, I first used a stack of images on top of each other and every three seconds, I was trying to animate to the next image in the stack and throwing the current image to the bottom of the stack. At the same time I was using animations as shown above. I couldn't get it to work for the life of me.

You can use this library which allows for **dynamically-resized, slideshow-capable background image ** using jquery-backstretch.

https://github.com/jquery-backstretch/jquery-backstretch

Concatenate two NumPy arrays vertically

If the actual problem at hand is to concatenate two 1-D arrays vertically, and we are not fixated on using concatenate to perform this operation, I would suggest the use of np.column_stack:

In []: a = np.array([1,2,3])
In []: b = np.array([4,5,6])
In []: np.column_stack((a, b))
array([[1, 4],
       [2, 5],
       [3, 6]])

PowerShell: Format-Table without headers

Try the -HideTableHeaders parameter to Format-Table:

gci | ft -HideTableHeaders

(I'm using PowerShell v2. I don't know if this was in v1.)

How do operator.itemgetter() and sort() work?

Looks like you're a little bit confused about all that stuff.

operator is a built-in module providing a set of convenient operators. In two words operator.itemgetter(n) constructs a callable that assumes an iterable object (e.g. list, tuple, set) as input, and fetches the n-th element out of it.

So, you can't use key=a[x][1] there, because python has no idea what x is. Instead, you could use a lambda function (elem is just a variable name, no magic there):

a.sort(key=lambda elem: elem[1])

Or just an ordinary function:

def get_second_elem(iterable):
    return iterable[1]

a.sort(key=get_second_elem)

So, here's an important note: in python functions are first-class citizens, so you can pass them to other functions as a parameter.

Other questions:

  1. Yes, you can reverse sort, just add reverse=True: a.sort(key=..., reverse=True)
  2. To sort by more than one column you can use itemgetter with multiple indices: operator.itemgetter(1,2), or with lambda: lambda elem: (elem[1], elem[2]). This way, iterables are constructed on the fly for each item in list, which are than compared against each other in lexicographic(?) order (first elements compared, if equal - second elements compared, etc)
  3. You can fetch value at [3,2] using a[2,1] (indices are zero-based). Using operator... It's possible, but not as clean as just indexing.

Refer to the documentation for details:

  1. operator.itemgetter explained
  2. Sorting list by custom key in Python

check if file exists on remote host with ssh

In addition to the answers above, there's the shorthand way to do it:

ssh -q $HOST [[ -f $FILE_PATH ]] && echo "File exists" || echo "File does not exist";

-q is quiet mode, it will suppress warnings and messages.

As @Mat mentioned, one advantage of testing like this is that you can easily swap out the -f for any test operator you like: -nt, -d, -s etc...

Test Operators: http://tldp.org/LDP/abs/html/fto.html

How do I rename the android package name?

Most of the answers even the most voted answers didn't do the job properly, they seem to work and the builds work however, a closer look at the file structure and references will show you that not much was done. IntelliJ actually does this whole process automatically.

1) Go to Project Tab and make sure Packages is the active Tab in the drop down like so:

Select Packages in the drop down

find your com.example package (note test as in com.example.test is not there) right-click and choose Refactor->Rename...

It will issue a warning that multiple directories... (which is actually the desired effect), click on Rename package.

Input the new package name and Refactor...

It will do searches and show you refactoring results.

Click on the Do Refactor button and it will do everything and even rename the folders and files involved... every reference is corrected to this new name.

2) Then Finally change the AndroidManifest.xml file

:)

phpinfo() - is there an easy way for seeing it?

From the CLI the best way is to use grep like:

php -i | grep libxml

What is the difference between JavaScript and jQuery?

jQuery was written using JavaScript, and is a library to be used by JavaScript. You cannot learn jQuery without learning JavaScript.

Likely, you'll want to learn and use both of them. go through following breif diffrence http://www.slideshare.net/umarali1981/difference-between-java-script-and-jquery

Gradle DSL method not found: 'runProguard'

runProguard has been renamed to minifyEnabled in version 0.14.0 (2014/10/31) or more in Gradle.

To fix this, you need to change runProguard to minifyEnabled in the build.gradle file of your project.

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How to define hash tables in Bash?

Bash 4

Bash 4 natively supports this feature. Make sure your script's hashbang is #!/usr/bin/env bash or #!/bin/bash so you don't end up using sh. Make sure you're either executing your script directly, or execute script with bash script. (Not actually executing a Bash script with Bash does happen, and will be really confusing!)

You declare an associative array by doing:

declare -A animals

You can fill it up with elements using the normal array assignment operator. For example, if you want to have a map of animal[sound(key)] = animal(value):

animals=( ["moo"]="cow" ["woof"]="dog")

Or merge them:

declare -A animals=( ["moo"]="cow" ["woof"]="dog")

Then use them just like normal arrays. Use

  • animals['key']='value' to set value

  • "${animals[@]}" to expand the values

  • "${!animals[@]}" (notice the !) to expand the keys

Don't forget to quote them:

echo "${animals[moo]}"
for sound in "${!animals[@]}"; do echo "$sound - ${animals[$sound]}"; done

Bash 3

Before bash 4, you don't have associative arrays. Do not use eval to emulate them. Avoid eval like the plague, because it is the plague of shell scripting. The most important reason is that eval treats your data as executable code (there are many other reasons too).

First and foremost: Consider upgrading to bash 4. This will make the whole process much easier for you.

If there's a reason you can't upgrade, declare is a far safer option. It does not evaluate data as bash code like eval does, and as such does not allow arbitrary code injection quite so easily.

Let's prepare the answer by introducing the concepts:

First, indirection.

$ animals_moo=cow; sound=moo; i="animals_$sound"; echo "${!i}"
cow

Secondly, declare:

$ sound=moo; animal=cow; declare "animals_$sound=$animal"; echo "$animals_moo"
cow

Bring them together:

# Set a value:
declare "array_$index=$value"

# Get a value:
arrayGet() { 
    local array=$1 index=$2
    local i="${array}_$index"
    printf '%s' "${!i}"
}

Let's use it:

$ sound=moo
$ animal=cow
$ declare "animals_$sound=$animal"
$ arrayGet animals "$sound"
cow

Note: declare cannot be put in a function. Any use of declare inside a bash function turns the variable it creates local to the scope of that function, meaning we can't access or modify global arrays with it. (In bash 4 you can use declare -g to declare global variables - but in bash 4, you can use associative arrays in the first place, avoiding this workaround.)

Summary:

  • Upgrade to bash 4 and use declare -A for associative arrays.
  • Use the declare option if you can't upgrade.
  • Consider using awk instead and avoid the issue altogether.

Sqlite: CURRENT_TIMESTAMP is in GMT, not the timezone of the machine

Time ( 'now', 'localtime' ) and Date ( 'now', 'localtime' ) works.

How do I remove duplicates from a C# array?

You could possibly use a LINQ query to do this:

int[] s = { 1, 2, 3, 3, 4};
int[] q = s.Distinct().ToArray();

How do I manually configure a DataSource in Java?

One thing you might want to look at is the Commons DBCP project. It provides a BasicDataSource that is configured fairly similarly to your example. To use that you need the database vendor's JDBC JAR in your classpath and you have to specify the vendor's driver class name and the database URL in the proper format.

Edit:

If you want to configure a BasicDataSource for MySQL, you would do something like this:

BasicDataSource dataSource = new BasicDataSource();

dataSource.setDriverClassName("com.mysql.jdbc.Driver");
dataSource.setUsername("username");
dataSource.setPassword("password");
dataSource.setUrl("jdbc:mysql://<host>:<port>/<database>");
dataSource.setMaxActive(10);
dataSource.setMaxIdle(5);
dataSource.setInitialSize(5);
dataSource.setValidationQuery("SELECT 1");

Code that needs a DataSource can then use that.

How to split an integer into an array of digits?

Another solution that does not involve converting to/from strings:

from math import log10

def decompose(n):
    if n == 0:
        return [0]
    b = int(log10(n)) + 1
    return [(n // (10 ** i)) % 10 for i in reversed(range(b))]

How to make the first option of <select> selected with jQuery

Check this best approach using jQuery with ECMAScript 6:

$('select').each((i, item) => {
  var $item = $(item);
  $item.val($item.find('option:first').val()); 
});

How can I print out just the index of a pandas dataframe?

You can access the index attribute of a df using df.index[i]

>> import pandas as pd
>> import numpy as np
>> df = pd.DataFrame({'a':np.arange(5), 'b':np.random.randn(5)})
   a         b
0  0  1.088998
1  1 -1.381735
2  2  0.035058
3  3 -2.273023
4  4  1.345342

>> df.index[1] ## Second index
>> df.index[-1] ## Last index

>> for i in xrange(len(df)):print df.index[i] ## Using loop
... 
0
1
2
3
4

Has anyone gotten HTML emails working with Twitter Bootstrap?

Hi Brian Armstrong, visit this link.

This blog tells you how to integrate Rails with Bootstrap less (using premailer-rails).

If you're using bootstrap sass, you could do the same:

start by importing some Bootstrap sass files into email.css.scss

@import "bootstrap-sprockets";
@import "bootstrap/variables";
@import "bootstrap/mixins";
@import "bootstrap/scaffolding";
@import "bootstrap/type";
@import "bootstrap/buttons";
@import "bootstrap/alerts";
@import 'bootstrap/normalize';
@import 'bootstrap/tables';
@import 'bootstrap/progress-bars';

and then in your view <head> section add <%= stylesheet_link_tag "email" %>

Resource blocked due to MIME type mismatch (X-Content-Type-Options: nosniff)

I had this error when i was using the azure storage as a static website, the js files that are copied had the content type as text/plain; charset=utf-8 and i changed the content type to application/javascript

It started working.

How to use jquery $.post() method to submit form values

Get the value of your textboxes using val() and store them in a variable. Pass those values through $.post. In using the $.Post Submit button you can actually remove the form.

<script>

    username = $("#username").val(); 
    password = $("#password").val();

    $("#post-btn").click(function(){        
        $.post("process.php", { username:username, password:password } ,function(data){
            alert(data);
        });
    });
</script>

How do I use Maven through a proxy?

Just to add my own experiences with this: my company's proxy is http://webproxy.intra.companyname.com:3128. For maven to work via this proxy, the settings have to be exactly like this

<settings>
  <proxies>
    <proxy>
      <id>default</id>
      <active>true</active>
      <protocol>http</protocol>
      <host>webproxy.intra.companyname.com</host>
      <port>3128</port>
    </proxy>
  </proxies>
</settings>

Unlike some other proxy-configuration files, the protocol here describes how to connect to the proxy server, not which kinds of protocol should be proxied. The http part of the target has to be split off from the hostname, else it won't work.

how to convert object into string in php

There is an object serialization module, with the serialize function you can serialize any object.

Stop Chrome Caching My JS Files

I was getting the same css file when I browse website(on hosting company server with real domain) and I was unable to get the updated version on chrome. I was able to get the updated version of the file when I browse it on Firefox. None of these answers worked for me. I also have the website files on my machine and browse the site with localhost using my local apache server. I shut down my apache server and I was able to get the updated file. Somehow my local apache server was messing with the chrome cache. Hope this helps someone as it was very hard for me to fix this.

What are the best practices for SQLite on Android?

Dmytro's answer works fine for my case. I think it's better to declare the function as synchronized. at least for my case, it would invoke null pointer exception otherwise, e.g. getWritableDatabase not yet returned in one thread and openDatabse called in another thread meantime.

public synchronized SQLiteDatabase openDatabase() {
    if(mOpenCounter.incrementAndGet() == 1) {
        // Opening new database
        mDatabase = mDatabaseHelper.getWritableDatabase();
    }
    return mDatabase;
}

Maven dependency update on commandline

mvn -Dschemaname=public liquibase:update

How to use executables from a package installed locally in node_modules?

Use npm-run.

From the readme:

npm-run

Find & run local executables from node_modules

Any executable available to an npm lifecycle script is available to npm-run.

Usage

$ npm install mocha # mocha installed in ./node_modules
$ npm-run mocha test/* # uses locally installed mocha executable 

Installation

$ npm install -g npm-run

Javascript + Regex = Nothing to repeat error?

Firstly, in a character class [...] most characters don't need escaping - they are just literals.

So, your regex should be:

"[\[\]?*+|{}\\()@.\n\r]"

This compiles for me.

How do I delete a local repository in git?

To piggyback on rkj's answer, to avoid endless prompts (and force the command recursively), enter the following into the command line, within the project folder:

$ rm -rf .git

Or to delete .gitignore and .gitmodules if any (via @aragaer):

$ rm -rf .git*

Then from the same ex-repository folder, to see if hidden folder .git is still there:

$ ls -lah

If it's not, then congratulations, you've deleted your local git repo, but not a remote one if you had it. You can delete GitHub repo on their site (github.com).

To view hidden folders in Finder (Mac OS X) execute these two commands in your terminal window:

defaults write com.apple.finder AppleShowAllFiles TRUE
killall Finder

Source: http://lifehacker.com/188892/show-hidden-files-in-finder.

ITextSharp insert text to an existing pdf

In addition to the excellent answers above, the following shows how to add text to each page of a multi-page document:

 using (var reader = new PdfReader(@"C:\Input.pdf"))
 {
    using (var fileStream = new FileStream(@"C:\Output.pdf", FileMode.Create, FileAccess.Write))
    {
       var document = new Document(reader.GetPageSizeWithRotation(1));
       var writer = PdfWriter.GetInstance(document, fileStream);

       document.Open();

       for (var i = 1; i <= reader.NumberOfPages; i++)
       {
          document.NewPage();

          var baseFont = BaseFont.CreateFont(BaseFont.HELVETICA_BOLD, BaseFont.CP1252, BaseFont.NOT_EMBEDDED);
          var importedPage = writer.GetImportedPage(reader, i);

          var contentByte = writer.DirectContent;
          contentByte.BeginText();
          contentByte.SetFontAndSize(baseFont, 12);

          var multiLineString = "Hello,\r\nWorld!".Split('\n');

          foreach (var line in multiLineString)
          {
             contentByte.ShowTextAligned(PdfContentByte.ALIGN_LEFT, line, 200, 200, 0);
          }

          contentByte.EndText();
          contentByte.AddTemplate(importedPage, 0, 0);
       }

       document.Close();
       writer.Close();
    }
 }

Formula to determine brightness of RGB color

To determine the brightness of a color with R, I convert the RGB system color in HSV system color.

In my script, I use the HEX system code before for other reason, but you can start also with RGB system code with rgb2hsv {grDevices}. The documentation is here.

Here is this part of my code:

 sample <- c("#010101", "#303030", "#A6A4A4", "#020202", "#010100")
 hsvc <-rgb2hsv(col2rgb(sample)) # convert HEX to HSV
 value <- as.data.frame(hsvc) # create data.frame
 value <- value[3,] # extract the information of brightness
 order(value) # ordrer the color by brightness

Frame Buster Buster ... buster code needed

All the proposed solutions directly force a change in the location of the top window. What if a user wants the frame to be there? For example the top frame in the image results of search engines.

I wrote a prototype where by default all inputs (links, forms and input elements) are disabled and/or do nothing when activated.

If a containing frame is detected, the inputs are left disabled and a warning message is shown at the top of the page. The warning message contains a link that will open a safe version of the page in a new window. This prevents the page from being used for clickjacking, while still allowing the user to view the contents in other situations.

If no containing frame is detected, the inputs are enabled.

Here is the code. You need to set the standard HTML attributes to safe values and add additonal attributes that contain the actual values. It probably is incomplete and for full safety additional attributes (I am thinking about event handlers) will probably have to be treated in the same way:

<!DOCTYPE HTML PUBLIC "-//W3C//DTD HTML 3.2 Final//EN">
<html>
  <head>
    <title></title>
    <script><!--
      function replaceAttributeValuesWithActualOnes( array, attributeName, actualValueAttributeName, additionalProcessor ) {
        for ( var elementIndex = 0; elementIndex < array.length; elementIndex += 1 ) {
          var element = array[ elementIndex ];
          var actualValue = element.getAttribute( actualValueAttributeName );
          if ( actualValue != null ) {
            element[ attributeName ] = actualValue;
          }

          if ( additionalProcessor != null ) {
            additionalProcessor( element );
          }
        }
      }

      function detectFraming() {
        if ( top != self ) {
          document.getElementById( "framingWarning" ).style.display = "block";
        } else {
          replaceAttributeValuesWithActualOnes( document.links, "href", "acme:href" );

          replaceAttributeValuesWithActualOnes( document.forms, "action", "acme:action", function ( form ) {
            replaceAttributeValuesWithActualOnes( form.elements, "disabled", "acme:disabled" );
          });
        }
      }
      // -->
    </script>
  </head>
  <body onload="detectFraming()">
    <div id="framingWarning" style="display: none; border-style: solid; border-width: 4px; border-color: #F00; padding: 6px; background-color: #FFF; color: #F00;">
      <div>
        <b>SECURITY WARNING</b>: Acme App is displayed inside another page.
        To make sure your data is safe this page has been disabled.<br>
        <a href="framing-detection.html" target="_blank" style="color: #090">Continue working safely in a new tab/window</a>
      </div>
    </div>
    <p>
      Content. <a href="#" acme:href="javascript:window.alert( 'Action performed' );">Do something</a>
    </p>
    <form name="acmeForm" action="#" acme:action="real-action.html">
      <p>Name: <input type="text" name="name" value="" disabled="disabled" acme:disabled=""></p>
      <p><input type="submit" name="save" value="Save" disabled="disabled" acme:disabled=""></p>
    </form>
  </body>
</html>

How can I render inline JavaScript with Jade / Pug?

Use the :javascript filter. This will generate a script tag and escape the script contents as CDATA:

!!! 5
html(lang="en")
  head
    title "Test"
    :javascript
      if (10 == 10) {
        alert("working")
      }
  body

Get Time from Getdate()

If it's SQL Server 2005 there is no TIME datatype. The easiest way to get only the time component is to set the date to 1/1/1900.

DECLARE @time DATETIME

SET @Time = GETDATE()

SELECT DATEADD(dd,DATEDIFF(dd,@time,'1/1/1900'),@time)

Swapping pointers in C (char, int)

void intSwap (int *pa, int *pb){
    int temp = *pa;
    *pa = *pb;
    *pb = temp;
}

You need to know the following -

int a = 5; // an integer, contains value
int *p; // an integer pointer, contains address
p = &a; // &a means address of a
a = *p; // *p means value stored in that address, here 5

void charSwap(char* a, char* b){
    char temp = *a;
    *a = *b;
    *b = temp;
}

So, when you swap like this. Only the value will be swapped. So, for a char* only their first char will swap.

Now, if you understand char* (string) clearly, then you should know that, you only need to exchange the pointer. It'll be easier to understand if you think it as an array instead of string.

void stringSwap(char** a, char** b){
    char *temp = *a;
    *a = *b;
    *b = temp;
}

So, here you are passing double pointer because starting of an array itself is a pointer.

Set cursor position on contentEditable <div>

This solution works in all major browsers:

saveSelection() is attached to the onmouseup and onkeyup events of the div and saves the selection to the variable savedRange.

restoreSelection() is attached to the onfocus event of the div and reselects the selection saved in savedRange.

This works perfectly unless you want the selection to be restored when the user clicks the div aswell (which is a bit unintuitative as normally you expect the cursor to go where you click but code included for completeness)

To achieve this the onclick and onmousedown events are canceled by the function cancelEvent() which is a cross browser function to cancel the event. The cancelEvent() function also runs the restoreSelection() function because as the click event is cancelled the div doesn't receive focus and therefore nothing is selected at all unless this functions is run.

The variable isInFocus stores whether it is in focus and is changed to "false" onblur and "true" onfocus. This allows click events to be cancelled only if the div is not in focus (otherwise you would not be able to change the selection at all).

If you wish to the selection to be change when the div is focused by a click, and not restore the selection onclick (and only when focus is given to the element programtically using document.getElementById("area").focus(); or similar then simply remove the onclick and onmousedown events. The onblur event and the onDivBlur() and cancelEvent() functions can also safely be removed in these circumstances.

This code should work if dropped directly into the body of an html page if you want to test it quickly:

<div id="area" style="width:300px;height:300px;" onblur="onDivBlur();" onmousedown="return cancelEvent(event);" onclick="return cancelEvent(event);" contentEditable="true" onmouseup="saveSelection();" onkeyup="saveSelection();" onfocus="restoreSelection();"></div>
<script type="text/javascript">
var savedRange,isInFocus;
function saveSelection()
{
    if(window.getSelection)//non IE Browsers
    {
        savedRange = window.getSelection().getRangeAt(0);
    }
    else if(document.selection)//IE
    { 
        savedRange = document.selection.createRange();  
    } 
}

function restoreSelection()
{
    isInFocus = true;
    document.getElementById("area").focus();
    if (savedRange != null) {
        if (window.getSelection)//non IE and there is already a selection
        {
            var s = window.getSelection();
            if (s.rangeCount > 0) 
                s.removeAllRanges();
            s.addRange(savedRange);
        }
        else if (document.createRange)//non IE and no selection
        {
            window.getSelection().addRange(savedRange);
        }
        else if (document.selection)//IE
        {
            savedRange.select();
        }
    }
}
//this part onwards is only needed if you want to restore selection onclick
var isInFocus = false;
function onDivBlur()
{
    isInFocus = false;
}

function cancelEvent(e)
{
    if (isInFocus == false && savedRange != null) {
        if (e && e.preventDefault) {
            //alert("FF");
            e.stopPropagation(); // DOM style (return false doesn't always work in FF)
            e.preventDefault();
        }
        else {
            window.event.cancelBubble = true;//IE stopPropagation
        }
        restoreSelection();
        return false; // false = IE style
    }
}
</script>

@angular/material/index.d.ts' is not a module

After upgrading to Angular 9 (released today), I ran into this issue as well and found that they made the breaking change mentioned in the answer. I can't find a reason for why they made this change.

I have a material.module.ts file that I import / export all the material components (not the most efficient, but useful for quick development). I went through and updated all my imports to the individual material folders, although an index.ts barrel might be better. Again, not sure why they made this change, but I'm guessing it has to do with tree-shaking efficiencies.

Including my material.module.ts below in case it helps anyone, it's inspired off other material modules I've found:

NOTE: As other blog posts have mentioned and from my personal experience, be careful when using a shared module like below. I have 5~ different feature modules (lazy loaded) in my app that I imported my material module into. Out of curiosity, I stopped using the shared module and instead only imported the individual material components each feature module needed. This reduced my bundle size quite a bit, almost a 200kb reduction. I assumed that the build optimization process would properly drop any component not used by my modules, but it doesn't seem to be the case...

// material.module.ts
import { ModuleWithProviders, NgModule} from "@angular/core";
import { MAT_LABEL_GLOBAL_OPTIONS, MatNativeDateModule, MAT_DATE_LOCALE } from '@angular/material/core';
import { MatIconRegistry } from '@angular/material/icon';
import { MatAutocompleteModule } from '@angular/material/autocomplete';
import { MatBadgeModule } from '@angular/material/badge';
import { MatButtonModule } from '@angular/material/button';
import { MatButtonToggleModule } from '@angular/material/button-toggle';
import { MatCardModule } from '@angular/material/card';
import { MatCheckboxModule } from '@angular/material/checkbox';
import { MatChipsModule } from '@angular/material/chips';
import { MatStepperModule } from '@angular/material/stepper';
import { MatDatepickerModule } from '@angular/material/datepicker';
import { MatDialogModule } from '@angular/material/dialog';
import { MatExpansionModule } from '@angular/material/expansion';
import { MatFormFieldModule } from '@angular/material/form-field';
import { MatGridListModule } from '@angular/material/grid-list';
import { MatIconModule } from '@angular/material/icon';
import { MatInputModule } from '@angular/material/input';
import { MatListModule } from '@angular/material/list';
import { MatMenuModule } from '@angular/material/menu';
import { MatPaginatorModule } from '@angular/material/paginator';
import { MatProgressBarModule } from '@angular/material/progress-bar';
import { MatProgressSpinnerModule } from '@angular/material/progress-spinner';
import { MatRadioModule } from '@angular/material/radio';
import { MatRippleModule } from '@angular/material/core';
import { MatSelectModule } from '@angular/material/select';
import { MatSidenavModule } from '@angular/material/sidenav';
import { MatSliderModule } from '@angular/material/slider';
import { MatSlideToggleModule } from '@angular/material/slide-toggle';
import { MatSnackBarModule } from '@angular/material/snack-bar';
import { MatSortModule } from '@angular/material/sort';
import { MatTableModule } from '@angular/material/table';
import { MatTabsModule } from '@angular/material/tabs';
import { MatToolbarModule } from '@angular/material/toolbar';
import { MatTooltipModule } from '@angular/material/tooltip';
import { MatTreeModule } from '@angular/material/tree';

@NgModule({
    imports: [
        MatAutocompleteModule,
        MatBadgeModule,
        MatButtonModule,
        MatButtonToggleModule,
        MatCardModule,
        MatCheckboxModule,
        MatChipsModule,
        MatStepperModule,
        MatDatepickerModule,
        MatDialogModule,
        MatExpansionModule,
        MatFormFieldModule,
        MatGridListModule,
        MatIconModule,
        MatInputModule,
        MatListModule,
        MatMenuModule,
        MatPaginatorModule,
        MatProgressBarModule,
        MatProgressSpinnerModule,
        MatRadioModule,
        MatRippleModule,
        MatSelectModule,
        MatSidenavModule,
        MatSliderModule,
        MatSlideToggleModule,
        MatSnackBarModule,
        MatSortModule,
        MatTableModule,
        MatTabsModule,
        MatToolbarModule,
        MatTooltipModule,
        MatTreeModule,
        MatNativeDateModule
    ],
    exports: [
        MatAutocompleteModule,
        MatBadgeModule,
        MatButtonModule,
        MatButtonToggleModule,
        MatCardModule,
        MatCheckboxModule,
        MatChipsModule,
        MatStepperModule,
        MatDatepickerModule,
        MatDialogModule,
        MatExpansionModule,
        MatFormFieldModule,
        MatGridListModule,
        MatIconModule,
        MatInputModule,
        MatListModule,
        MatMenuModule,
        MatPaginatorModule,
        MatProgressBarModule,
        MatProgressSpinnerModule,
        MatRadioModule,
        MatRippleModule,
        MatSelectModule,
        MatSidenavModule,
        MatSliderModule,
        MatSlideToggleModule,
        MatSnackBarModule,
        MatSortModule,
        MatTableModule,
        MatTabsModule,
        MatToolbarModule,
        MatTooltipModule,
        MatTreeModule,
        MatNativeDateModule
    ],
    providers: [     
    ]
})
export class MaterialModule {
    constructor(public matIconRegistry: MatIconRegistry) {
        // matIconRegistry.registerFontClassAlias('fontawesome', 'fa');
    }

    static forRoot(): ModuleWithProviders<MaterialModule> {
        return {
            ngModule: MaterialModule,
            providers: [MatIconRegistry]
        };
    }
}

Find position of a node using xpath

I do a lot of Novell Identity Manager stuff, and XPATH in that context looks a little different.

Assume the value you are looking for is in a string variable, called TARGET, then the XPATH would be:

count(attr/value[.='$TARGET']/preceding-sibling::*)+1

Additionally it was pointed out that to save a few characters of space, the following would work as well:

count(attr/value[.='$TARGET']/preceding::*) + 1

I also posted a prettier version of this at Novell's Cool Solutions: Using XPATH to get the position node

multi line comment vb.net in Visual studio 2010

Create a new toolbar and add the commands

  • Edit.SelectionComment
  • Edit.SelectionUncomment

Select your custom tookbar to show it.

You will then see the icons as mention by moriartyn

Can I use multiple "with"?

Try:

With DependencedIncidents AS
(
    SELECT INC.[RecTime],INC.[SQL] AS [str] FROM
    (
        SELECT A.[RecTime] As [RecTime],X.[SQL] As [SQL] FROM [EventView] AS A 
        CROSS JOIN [Incident] AS X
            WHERE
                patindex('%' + A.[Col] + '%', X.[SQL]) > 0
    ) AS INC
),
lalala AS
(
    SELECT INC.[RecTime],INC.[SQL] AS [str] FROM
    (
        SELECT A.[RecTime] As [RecTime],X.[SQL] As [SQL] FROM [EventView] AS A 
        CROSS JOIN [Incident] AS X
            WHERE
                patindex('%' + A.[Col] + '%', X.[SQL]) > 0
    ) AS INC
)

And yes, you can reference common table expression inside common table expression definition. Even recursively. Which leads to some very neat tricks.

Best way to copy a database (SQL Server 2008)

Its hard to detach your production dB or other running dB's and deal with that downtime, so I almost always use a Backup / restore method.

If you also want to make sure to keep your login's in sync check out the MS KB article on using the stored proc sp_help_revlogin to do this.

Modifying a query string without reloading the page

Building off of Fabio's answer, I created two functions that will probably be useful for anyone stumbling upon this question. With these two functions, you can call insertParam() with a key and value as an argument. It will either add the URL parameter or, if a query param already exists with the same key, it will change that parameter to the new value:

//function to remove query params from a URL
function removeURLParameter(url, parameter) {
    //better to use l.search if you have a location/link object
    var urlparts= url.split('?');   
    if (urlparts.length>=2) {

        var prefix= encodeURIComponent(parameter)+'=';
        var pars= urlparts[1].split(/[&;]/g);

        //reverse iteration as may be destructive
        for (var i= pars.length; i-- > 0;) {    
            //idiom for string.startsWith
            if (pars[i].lastIndexOf(prefix, 0) !== -1) {  
                pars.splice(i, 1);
            }
        }

        url= urlparts[0] + (pars.length > 0 ? '?' + pars.join('&') : "");
        return url;
    } else {
        return url;
    }
}

//function to add/update query params
function insertParam(key, value) {
    if (history.pushState) {
        // var newurl = window.location.protocol + "//" + window.location.host + search.pathname + '?myNewUrlQuery=1';
        var currentUrlWithOutHash = window.location.origin + window.location.pathname + window.location.search;
        var hash = window.location.hash
        //remove any param for the same key
        var currentUrlWithOutHash = removeURLParameter(currentUrlWithOutHash, key);

        //figure out if we need to add the param with a ? or a &
        var queryStart;
        if(currentUrlWithOutHash.indexOf('?') !== -1){
            queryStart = '&';
        } else {
            queryStart = '?';
        }

        var newurl = currentUrlWithOutHash + queryStart + key + '=' + value + hash
        window.history.pushState({path:newurl},'',newurl);
    }
}

How to reset a timer in C#?

For System.Timers.Timer, according to MSDN documentation, http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/system.timers.timer.enabled.aspx:

If the interval is set after the Timer has started, the count is reset. For example, if you set the interval to 5 seconds and then set the Enabled property to true, the count starts at the time Enabled is set. If you reset the interval to 10 seconds when count is 3 seconds, the Elapsed event is raised for the first time 13 seconds after Enabled was set to true.

So,

    const double TIMEOUT = 5000; // milliseconds

    aTimer = new System.Timers.Timer(TIMEOUT);
    aTimer.Start();     // timer start running

    :
    :

    aTimer.Interval = TIMEOUT;  // restart the timer

How do I unset an element in an array in javascript?

http://www.internetdoc.info/javascript-function/remove-key-from-array.htm

removeKey(arrayName,key);

function removeKey(arrayName,key)
{
 var x;
 var tmpArray = new Array();
 for(x in arrayName)
 {
  if(x!=key) { tmpArray[x] = arrayName[x]; }
 }
 return tmpArray;
}

Creating a selector from a method name with parameters

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

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

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

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

Get most recent file in a directory on Linux

ls -Frt | grep "[^/]$" | tail -n 1

HTML5 Email input pattern attribute

<input type="email" pattern="^[^ ]+@[^ ]+\.[a-z]{2,6}$">

Demo - Test the email input

How to generate an openSSL key using a passphrase from the command line?

If you don't use a passphrase, then the private key is not encrypted with any symmetric cipher - it is output completely unprotected.

You can generate a keypair, supplying the password on the command-line using an invocation like (in this case, the password is foobar):

openssl genrsa -aes128 -passout pass:foobar 3072

However, note that this passphrase could be grabbed by any other process running on the machine at the time, since command-line arguments are generally visible to all processes.

A better alternative is to write the passphrase into a temporary file that is protected with file permissions, and specify that:

openssl genrsa -aes128 -passout file:passphrase.txt 3072

Or supply the passphrase on standard input:

openssl genrsa -aes128 -passout stdin 3072

You can also used a named pipe with the file: option, or a file descriptor.


To then obtain the matching public key, you need to use openssl rsa, supplying the same passphrase with the -passin parameter as was used to encrypt the private key:

openssl rsa -passin file:passphrase.txt -pubout

(This expects the encrypted private key on standard input - you can instead read it from a file using -in <file>).


Example of creating a 3072-bit private and public key pair in files, with the private key pair encrypted with password foobar:

openssl genrsa -aes128 -passout pass:foobar -out privkey.pem 3072
openssl rsa -in privkey.pem -passin pass:foobar -pubout -out privkey.pub

Producing a new line in XSLT

I couldn't just use the <xsl:text>&#xa;</xsl:text> approach because if I format the XML file using XSLT the entity will disappear. So I had to use a slightly more round about approach using variables

<xsl:variable name="nl" select="'&#10;'"/>
<xsl:template match="/">
    <xsl:value-of select="$nl" disable-output-escaping="no"/>
    <xsl:apply-templates select="*"/>
</xsl:template>

How does BitLocker affect performance?

I am talking here from a theoretical point of view; I have not tried BitLocker.

BitLocker uses AES encryption with a 128-bit key. On a Core2 machine, clocked at 2.53 GHz, encryption speed should be about 110 MB/s, using one core. The two cores could process about 220 MB/s, assuming perfect data transfer and core synchronization with no overhead, and that nothing requires the CPU in the same time (that one hell of an assumption, actually). The X25-M G2 is announced at 250 MB/s read bandwidth (that's what the specs say), so, in "ideal" conditions, BitLocker necessarily involves a bit of a slowdown.

However read bandwidth is not that important. It matters when you copy huge files, which is not something that you do very often. In everyday work, access time is much more important: as a developer, you create, write, read and delete many files, but they are all small (most of them are much smaller than one megabyte). This is what makes SSD "snappy". Encryption does not impact access time. So my guess is that any performance degradation will be negligible(*).

(*) Here I assume that Microsoft's developers did their job properly.

fill an array in C#

you could write an extension method

public static void Fill<T>(this T[] array, T value)
{
  for(int i = 0; i < array.Length; i++) 
  {
     array[i] = value;
  }
}

Understanding PrimeFaces process/update and JSF f:ajax execute/render attributes

Please note that PrimeFaces supports the standard JSF 2.0+ keywords:

  • @this Current component.
  • @all Whole view.
  • @form Closest ancestor form of current component.
  • @none No component.

and the standard JSF 2.3+ keywords:

  • @child(n) nth child.
  • @composite Closest composite component ancestor.
  • @id(id) Used to search components by their id ignoring the component tree structure and naming containers.
  • @namingcontainer Closest ancestor naming container of current component.
  • @parent Parent of the current component.
  • @previous Previous sibling.
  • @next Next sibling.
  • @root UIViewRoot instance of the view, can be used to start searching from the root instead the current component.

But, it also comes with some PrimeFaces specific keywords:

  • @row(n) nth row.
  • @widgetVar(name) Component with given widgetVar.

And you can even use something called "PrimeFaces Selectors" which allows you to use jQuery Selector API. For example to process all inputs in a element with the CSS class myClass:

process="@(.myClass :input)"

See:

How to convert List to Json in Java

You need an external library for this.

JSONArray jsonA = JSONArray.fromObject(mybeanList);
System.out.println(jsonA);

Google GSON is one of such libraries

You can also take a look here for examples on converting Java object collection to JSON string.

How to set up datasource with Spring for HikariCP?

you need to write this structure on your bean configuration (this is your datasource):

<bean id="hikariConfig" class="com.zaxxer.hikari.HikariConfig">
    <property name="poolName" value="springHikariCP" />
    <property name="connectionTestQuery" value="SELECT 1" />
    <property name="dataSourceClassName" value="${hibernate.dataSourceClassName}" />
    <property name="maximumPoolSize" value="${hibernate.hikari.maximumPoolSize}" />
    <property name="idleTimeout" value="${hibernate.hikari.idleTimeout}" />

    <property name="dataSourceProperties">
        <props>
            <prop key="url">${dataSource.url}</prop>
            <prop key="user">${dataSource.username}</prop>
            <prop key="password">${dataSource.password}</prop>
        </props>
    </property>
</bean>

<!-- HikariCP configuration -->
<bean id="dataSource" class="com.zaxxer.hikari.HikariDataSource" destroy-method="close">
    <constructor-arg ref="hikariConfig" />
</bean>

This is my example and it is working. You just need to put your properties on hibernate.properties and set it before:

<bean class="org.springframework.beans.factory.config.PropertyPlaceholderConfigurer">
    <property name="locations">
        <list>
            <value>classpath:hibernate.properties</value>
        </list>
    </property>
</bean>

Obs.: the versions are
log4j: 1.2.16
springframework: 3.1.4.RELEASE
HikariCP: 1.4.0

Properties file (hibernate.properties):

hibernate.dataSourceClassName=oracle.jdbc.pool.OracleDataSource
hibernate.hikari.maximumPoolSize=10
hibernate.hikari.idleTimeout=30000
dataSource.url=jdbc:oracle:thin:@localhost:1521:xe
dataSource.username=admin
dataSource.password=

How to read a CSV file into a .NET Datatable

We always used to use the Jet.OLEDB driver, until we started going to 64 bit applications. Microsoft has not and will not release a 64 bit Jet driver. Here's a simple solution we came up with that uses File.ReadAllLines and String.Split to read and parse the CSV file and manually load a DataTable. As noted above, it DOES NOT handle the situation where one of the column values contains a comma. We use this mostly for reading custom configuration files - the nice part about using CSV files is that we can edit them in Excel.

string CSVFilePathName = @"C:\test.csv";
string[] Lines = File.ReadAllLines(CSVFilePathName);
string[] Fields;
Fields = Lines[0].Split(new char[] { ',' });
int Cols = Fields.GetLength(0);
DataTable dt = new DataTable();
//1st row must be column names; force lower case to ensure matching later on.
for (int i = 0; i < Cols; i++)
    dt.Columns.Add(Fields[i].ToLower(), typeof(string));
DataRow Row;
for (int i = 1; i < Lines.GetLength(0); i++)
{
    Fields = Lines[i].Split(new char[] { ',' });
    Row = dt.NewRow();
    for (int f = 0; f < Cols; f++)
        Row[f] = Fields[f];
    dt.Rows.Add(Row);
}

Do we need type="text/css" for <link> in HTML5

For LINK elements the content-type is determined in the HTTP-response so the type attribute is superfluous. This is OK for all browsers.

Are there inline functions in java?

Java does not provide a way to manually suggest that a method should be inlined. As @notnoop says in the comments, the inlining is typically done by the JVM at execution time.

Downloading all maven dependencies to a directory NOT in repository?

Please check if you have some config files in ${MAVEN_HOME}/conf directory like settings.xml. Those files overrides settings from .m2 folder and because of that, repository folder from .m2 might not be visible or discarded.

Location of hibernate.cfg.xml in project?

You can put the file "hibernate.cfg.xml" to the src folder (src\hibernate.cfg.xml) and then init the config as the code below:

Configuration configuration = new Configuration();          
sessionFactory =configuration.configure().buildSessionFactory();

Android AudioRecord example

Here is an end to end solution I implemented for streaming Android microphone audio to a server for playback: Android AudioRecord to Server over UDP Playback Issues

How to increase executionTimeout for a long-running query?

When a query takes that long, I would advice to run it asynchronously and use a callback function for when it's complete.

I don't have much experience with ASP.NET, but maybe you can use AJAX for this asynchronous behavior.

Typically a web page should load in mere seconds, not minutes. Don't keep your users waiting for so long!

How to get the cookie value in asp.net website

You may use Request.Cookies collection to read the cookies.

if(Request.Cookies["key"]!=null)
{
   var value=Request.Cookies["key"].Value;
}

What is the difference between BIT and TINYINT in MySQL?

All these theoretical discussions are great, but in reality, at least if you're using MySQL and really for SQLServer as well, it's best to stick with non-binary data for your booleans for the simple reason that it's easier to work with when you're outputting the data, querying and so on. It is especially important if you're trying to achieve interoperability between MySQL and SQLServer (i.e. you sync data between the two), because the handling of BIT datatype is different in the two of them. SO in practice you will have a lot less hassles if you stick with a numeric datatype. I would recommend for MySQL to stick with BOOL or BOOLEAN which gets stored as TINYINT(1). Even the way MySQL Workbench and MySQL Administrator display the BIT datatype isn't nice (it's a little symbol for binary data). So be practical and save yourself the hassles (and unfortunately I'm speaking from experience).

Understanding colors on Android (six characters)

If you provide 6 hex digits, that means RGB (2 hex digits for each value of red, green and blue).

If you provide 8 hex digits, it's an ARGB (2 hex digits for each value of alpha, red, green and blue respectively).

So by removing the final 55 you're changing from A=B4, R=55, G=55, B=55 (a mostly transparent grey), to R=B4, G=55, B=55 (a fully-non-transparent dusky pinky).

See the "Color" documentation for the supported formats.

In Python, is there an elegant way to print a list in a custom format without explicit looping?

>>> from itertools import starmap

>>> lst = [1, 2, 3]
>>> print('\n'.join(starmap('{}: {}'.format, enumerate(lst))))
0: 1
1: 2
2: 3

This uses itertools.starmap, which is like map, except it *s the argument into the function. The function in this case is '{}: {}'.format.

I would prefer the comprehension of SilentGhost, but starmap is a nice function to know about.

initialize a numpy array

Whenever you are in the following situation:

a = []
for i in range(5):
    a.append(i)

and you want something similar in numpy, several previous answers have pointed out ways to do it, but as @katrielalex pointed out these methods are not efficient. The efficient way to do this is to build a long list and then reshape it the way you want after you have a long list. For example, let's say I am reading some lines from a file and each row has a list of numbers and I want to build a numpy array of shape (number of lines read, length of vector in each row). Here is how I would do it more efficiently:

long_list = []
counter = 0
with open('filename', 'r') as f:
    for row in f:
        row_list = row.split()
        long_list.extend(row_list)
        counter++
#  now we have a long list and we are ready to reshape
result = np.array(long_list).reshape(counter, len(row_list)) #  desired numpy array

Remove row lines in twitter bootstrap

Add this to your main CSS:

table td {
    border-top: none !important;
}

Use this for newer versions of bootstrap:

.table th, .table td { 
     border-top: none !important; 
 }

Warning: Attempt to present * on * whose view is not in the window hierarchy - swift

I was getting this error while was presenting controller after the user opens the deeplink. I know this isn't the best solution, but if you are in short time frame here is a quick fix - just wrap your code in asyncAfter:

DispatchQueue.main.asyncAfter(deadline: .now() + 0.7, execute: { [weak self] in
                                navigationController.present(signInCoordinator.baseController, animated: animated, completion: completion)
                            })

It will give time for your presenting controller to call viewDidAppear.

Initialize static variables in C++ class?

Just to add on top of the other answers. In order to initialize a complex static member, you can do it as follows:

Declare your static member as usual.

// myClass.h
class myClass
{
static complexClass s_complex;
//...
};

Make a small function to initialize your class if it's not trivial to do so. This will be called just the one time the static member is initialized. (Note that the copy constructor of complexClass will be used, so it should be well defined).

//class.cpp    
#include myClass.h
complexClass initFunction()
{
    complexClass c;
    c.add(...);
    c.compute(...);
    c.sort(...);
    // Etc.
    return c;
}

complexClass myClass::s_complex = initFunction();

javascript window.location in new tab

You can even use

window.open('https://support.wwf.org.uk', "_blank") || window.location.replace('https://support.wwf.org.uk');

This will open it on the same tab if the pop-up is blocked.

Using global variables between files?

Your 2nd attempt will work perfectly, and is actually a really good way to handle variable names that you want to have available globally. But you have a name error in the last line. Here is how it should be:

# ../myproject/main.py

# Import globfile    
import globfile

# Save myList into globfile
globfile.myList = []

# Import subfile
import subfile

# Do something
subfile.stuff()
print(globfile.myList[0])

See the last line? myList is an attr of globfile, not subfile. This will work as you want.

Mike

SQL order string as number

Another and simple way

ORDER BY ABS(column_name)

Netbeans - Error: Could not find or load main class

If none of the above works (Setting Main class, Clean and Build, deleting the cache) and you have a Maven project, try:

mvn clean install

on the command line.

How to access Anaconda command prompt in Windows 10 (64-bit)

After installing Anaconda3 on your system you need to add Anaconda to the PATH environment variable. This will allow you to access Anaconda with the 'conda' command from cmd.exe or PowerShell.

The link I provided below go through the three major issues with not recognized error. Which are:

  1. Environment PATH for Conda is not set
  2. Environment PATH is incorrectly added
  3. Anaconda version is older than the version of the Anaconda Navigator

LINK: https://appuals.com/fix-conda-is-not-recognized-as-an-internal-or-external-command-operable-program-or-batch-file/

My issue was resolved following the steps for issue #2 Environment PATH is incorrectly added. I did not have all three file paths in my variable environment.

What does the error "arguments imply differing number of rows: x, y" mean?

I had the same error message so I went googling a bit I managed to fix it with the following code.

df<-data.frame(words = unlist(words))

words is a character list.

This just in case somebody else needs the output to be a data frame.

Declaring and initializing arrays in C

Why can't you initialize when you declare?

Which C compiler are you using? Does it support C99?

If it does support C99, you can declare the variable where you need it and initialize it when you declare it.

The only excuse I can think of for not doing that would be because you need to declare it but do an early exit before using it, so the initializer would be wasted. However, I suspect that any such code is not as cleanly organized as it should be and could be written so it was not a problem.

Labels for radio buttons in rails form

<% form_for(@message) do |f| %>
  <%= f.radio_button :contactmethod, 'email', :checked => true %> 
  <%= label :contactmethod_email, 'Email' %>
  <%= f.radio_button :contactmethod, 'sms' %>
  <%= label :contactmethod_sms, 'SMS' %>
<% end %>

Pagination on a list using ng-repeat

I've built a module that makes in-memory pagination incredibly simple.

It allows you to paginate by simply replacing ng-repeat with dir-paginate, specifying the items per page as a piped filter, and then dropping the controls wherever you like in the form of a single directive, <dir-pagination-controls>

To take the original example asked by Tomarto, it would look like this:

<ul class='phones'>
    <li class='thumbnail' dir-paginate='phone in phones | filter:searchBar | orderBy:orderProp | limitTo:limit | itemsPerPage: limit'>
            <a href='#/phones/{{phone.id}}' class='thumb'><img ng-src='{{phone.imageUrl}}'></a>
            <a href='#/phones/{{phone.id}}'>{{phone.name}}</a>
            <p>{{phone.snippet}}</p>
    </li>
</ul>

<dir-pagination-controls></dir-pagination-controls>

There is no need for any special pagination code in your controller. It's all handled internally by the module.

Demo: http://plnkr.co/edit/Wtkv71LIqUR4OhzhgpqL?p=preview

Source: dirPagination of GitHub

Effect of NOLOCK hint in SELECT statements

1) Yes, a select with NOLOCK will complete faster than a normal select.

2) Yes, a select with NOLOCK will allow other queries against the effected table to complete faster than a normal select.

Why would this be?

NOLOCK typically (depending on your DB engine) means give me your data, and I don't care what state it is in, and don't bother holding it still while you read from it. It is all at once faster, less resource-intensive, and very very dangerous.

You should be warned to never do an update from or perform anything system critical, or where absolute correctness is required using data that originated from a NOLOCK read. It is absolutely possible that this data contains rows that were deleted during the query's run or that have been deleted in other sessions that have yet to be finalized. It is possible that this data includes rows that have been partially updated. It is possible that this data contains records that violate foreign key constraints. It is possible that this data excludes rows that have been added to the table but have yet to be committed.

You really have no way to know what the state of the data is.

If you're trying to get things like a Row Count or other summary data where some margin of error is acceptable, then NOLOCK is a good way to boost performance for these queries and avoid having them negatively impact database performance.

Always use the NOLOCK hint with great caution and treat any data it returns suspiciously.