Programs & Examples On #Timing

timing is a numerical measurement of the how long it takes to execute an instruction or series of instructions

What is the Python equivalent of Matlab's tic and toc functions?

Usually, IPython's %time, %timeit, %prun and %lprun (if one has line_profiler installed) satisfy my profiling needs quite well. However, a use case for tic-toc-like functionality arose when I tried to profile calculations that were interactively driven, i.e., by the user's mouse motion in a GUI. I felt like spamming tics and tocs in the sources while testing interactively would be the fastest way to reveal the bottlenecks. I went with Eli Bendersky's Timer class, but wasn't fully happy, since it required me to change the indentation of my code, which can be inconvenient in some editors and confuses the version control system. Moreover, there may be the need to measure the time between points in different functions, which wouldn't work with the with statement. After trying lots of Python cleverness, here is the simple solution that I found worked best:

from time import time
_tstart_stack = []

def tic():
    _tstart_stack.append(time())

def toc(fmt="Elapsed: %s s"):
    print fmt % (time() - _tstart_stack.pop())

Since this works by pushing the starting times on a stack, it will work correctly for multiple levels of tics and tocs. It also allows one to change the format string of the toc statement to display additional information, which I liked about Eli's Timer class.

For some reason I got concerned with the overhead of a pure Python implementation, so I tested a C extension module as well:

#include <Python.h>
#include <mach/mach_time.h>
#define MAXDEPTH 100

uint64_t start[MAXDEPTH];
int lvl=0;

static PyObject* tic(PyObject *self, PyObject *args) {
    start[lvl++] = mach_absolute_time();
    Py_RETURN_NONE;
}

static PyObject* toc(PyObject *self, PyObject *args) {
return PyFloat_FromDouble(
        (double)(mach_absolute_time() - start[--lvl]) / 1000000000L);
}

static PyObject* res(PyObject *self, PyObject *args) {
    return tic(NULL, NULL), toc(NULL, NULL);
}

static PyMethodDef methods[] = {
    {"tic", tic, METH_NOARGS, "Start timer"},
    {"toc", toc, METH_NOARGS, "Stop timer"},
    {"res", res, METH_NOARGS, "Test timer resolution"},
    {NULL, NULL, 0, NULL}
};

PyMODINIT_FUNC
inittictoc(void) {
    Py_InitModule("tictoc", methods);
}

This is for MacOSX, and I have omitted code to check if lvl is out of bounds for brevity. While tictoc.res() yields a resolution of about 50 nanoseconds on my system, I found that the jitter of measuring any Python statement is easily in the microsecond range (and much more when used from IPython). At this point, the overhead of the Python implementation becomes negligible, so that it can be used with the same confidence as the C implementation.

I found that the usefulness of the tic-toc-approach is practically limited to code blocks that take more than 10 microseconds to execute. Below that, averaging strategies like in timeit are required to get a faithful measurement.

Hide div after a few seconds

Using the jQuery timer will also allow you to have a name associated with the timers that are attached to the object. So you could attach several timers to an object and stop any one of them.

$("#myid").oneTime(1000, "mytimer1" function() {
  $("#something").hide();
}).oneTime(2000, "mytimer2" function() {
  $("#somethingelse").show();  
});

$("#myid").stopTime("mytimer2");

The eval function (and its relatives, Function, setTimeout, and setInterval) provide access to the JavaScript compiler. This is sometimes necessary, but in most cases it indicates the presence of extremely bad coding. The eval function is the most misused feature of JavaScript.

http://www.jslint.com/lint.html

How do I time a method's execution in Java?

You can use stopwatch class from spring core project:

Code:

StopWatch stopWatch = new StopWatch()
stopWatch.start();  //start stopwatch
// write your function or line of code.
stopWatch.stop();  //stop stopwatch
stopWatch.getTotalTimeMillis() ; ///get total time

Documentation for Stopwatch: Simple stop watch, allowing for timing of a number of tasks, exposing total running time and running time for each named task. Conceals use of System.currentTimeMillis(), improving the readability of application code and reducing the likelihood of calculation errors. Note that this object is not designed to be thread-safe and does not use synchronization. This class is normally used to verify performance during proof-of-concepts and in development, rather than as part of production applications.

Best timing method in C?

gettimeofday will return time accurate to microseconds within the resolution of the system clock. You might also want to check out the High Res Timers project on SourceForge.

Is it possible to get a history of queries made in postgres

If The question is the see the history of queries executed in the Command line. Answer is

As per Postgresql 9.3, Try \? in your command line, you will find all possible commands, in that search for history,

  \s [FILE]              display history or save it to file

in your command line, try \s. This will list the history of queries, you have executed in the current session. you can also save to the file, as shown below.

hms=# \s /tmp/save_queries.sql
Wrote history to file ".//tmp/save_queries.sql".
hms=# 

How to make `setInterval` behave more in sync, or how to use `setTimeout` instead?

I think it's better to timeout at the end of the function.

function main(){
    var something; 
    make=function(walkNr){
         if(walkNr===0){
           // var something for this step      
           // do something
         }
         else if(walkNr===1){
           // var something for that step 
           // do something different
         }

         // ***
         // finally
         else if(walkNr===10){
           return something;
         }
         // show progress if you like
         setTimeout(funkion(){make(walkNr)},15,walkNr++);  
   }
return make(0);
}   

This three functions are necessary because vars in the second function will be overwritten with default value each time. When the program pointer reach the setTimeout one step is already calculated. Then just the screen needs a little time.

android download pdf from url then open it with a pdf reader

This is the best method to download and view PDF file.You can just call it from anywhere as like

PDFTools.showPDFUrl(context, url);

here below put the code. It will works fine

public class PDFTools {
private static final String TAG = "PDFTools";
private static final String GOOGLE_DRIVE_PDF_READER_PREFIX = "http://drive.google.com/viewer?url=";
private static final String PDF_MIME_TYPE = "application/pdf";
private static final String HTML_MIME_TYPE = "text/html";


public static void showPDFUrl(final Context context, final String pdfUrl ) {
    if ( isPDFSupported( context ) ) {
        downloadAndOpenPDF(context, pdfUrl);
    } else {
        askToOpenPDFThroughGoogleDrive( context, pdfUrl );
    }
}


@TargetApi(Build.VERSION_CODES.GINGERBREAD)
public static void downloadAndOpenPDF(final Context context, final String pdfUrl) {
    // Get filename
    //final String filename = pdfUrl.substring( pdfUrl.lastIndexOf( "/" ) + 1 );
    String filename = "";
    try {
        filename = new GetFileInfo().execute(pdfUrl).get();
    } catch (InterruptedException e) {
        e.printStackTrace();
    } catch (ExecutionException e) {
        e.printStackTrace();
    }
    // The place where the downloaded PDF file will be put
    final File tempFile = new File( context.getExternalFilesDir( Environment.DIRECTORY_DOWNLOADS ), filename );
    Log.e(TAG,"File Path:"+tempFile);
    if ( tempFile.exists() ) {
        // If we have downloaded the file before, just go ahead and show it.
        openPDF( context, Uri.fromFile( tempFile ) );
        return;
    }

    // Show progress dialog while downloading
    final ProgressDialog progress = ProgressDialog.show( context, context.getString( R.string.pdf_show_local_progress_title ), context.getString( R.string.pdf_show_local_progress_content ), true );

    // Create the download request
    DownloadManager.Request r = new DownloadManager.Request( Uri.parse( pdfUrl ) );
    r.setDestinationInExternalFilesDir( context, Environment.DIRECTORY_DOWNLOADS, filename );
    final DownloadManager dm = (DownloadManager) context.getSystemService( Context.DOWNLOAD_SERVICE );
    BroadcastReceiver onComplete = new BroadcastReceiver() {
        @Override
        public void onReceive(Context context, Intent intent) {
            if ( !progress.isShowing() ) {
                return;
            }
            context.unregisterReceiver( this );

            progress.dismiss();
            long downloadId = intent.getLongExtra( DownloadManager.EXTRA_DOWNLOAD_ID, -1 );
            Cursor c = dm.query( new DownloadManager.Query().setFilterById( downloadId ) );

            if ( c.moveToFirst() ) {
                int status = c.getInt( c.getColumnIndex( DownloadManager.COLUMN_STATUS ) );
                if ( status == DownloadManager.STATUS_SUCCESSFUL ) {
                    openPDF( context, Uri.fromFile( tempFile ) );
                }
            }
            c.close();
        }
    };
    context.registerReceiver( onComplete, new IntentFilter( DownloadManager.ACTION_DOWNLOAD_COMPLETE ) );

    // Enqueue the request
    dm.enqueue( r );
}


public static void askToOpenPDFThroughGoogleDrive( final Context context, final String pdfUrl ) {
    new AlertDialog.Builder( context )
            .setTitle( R.string.pdf_show_online_dialog_title )
            .setMessage( R.string.pdf_show_online_dialog_question )
            .setNegativeButton( R.string.pdf_show_online_dialog_button_no, null )
            .setPositiveButton( R.string.pdf_show_online_dialog_button_yes, new DialogInterface.OnClickListener() {
                @Override
                public void onClick(DialogInterface dialog, int which) {
                    openPDFThroughGoogleDrive(context, pdfUrl);
                }
            })
            .show();
}

public static void openPDFThroughGoogleDrive(final Context context, final String pdfUrl) {
    Intent i = new Intent( Intent.ACTION_VIEW );
    i.setDataAndType(Uri.parse(GOOGLE_DRIVE_PDF_READER_PREFIX + pdfUrl ), HTML_MIME_TYPE );
    context.startActivity( i );
}

public static final void openPDF(Context context, Uri localUri ) {
    Intent i = new Intent( Intent.ACTION_VIEW );
    i.setDataAndType( localUri, PDF_MIME_TYPE );
    context.startActivity( i );
}

public static boolean isPDFSupported( Context context ) {
    Intent i = new Intent( Intent.ACTION_VIEW );
    final File tempFile = new File( context.getExternalFilesDir( Environment.DIRECTORY_DOWNLOADS ), "test.pdf" );
    i.setDataAndType( Uri.fromFile( tempFile ), PDF_MIME_TYPE );
    return context.getPackageManager().queryIntentActivities( i, PackageManager.MATCH_DEFAULT_ONLY ).size() > 0;
}

// get File name from url
static class GetFileInfo extends AsyncTask<String, Integer, String>
{
    protected String doInBackground(String... urls)
    {
        URL url;
        String filename = null;
        try {
            url = new URL(urls[0]);
            HttpURLConnection conn = (HttpURLConnection) url.openConnection();
            conn.connect();
            conn.setInstanceFollowRedirects(false);
            if(conn.getHeaderField("Content-Disposition")!=null){
                String depo = conn.getHeaderField("Content-Disposition");

                String depoSplit[] = depo.split("filename=");
                filename = depoSplit[1].replace("filename=", "").replace("\"", "").trim();
            }else{
                filename = "download.pdf";
            }
        } catch (MalformedURLException e1) {
            e1.printStackTrace();
        } catch (IOException e) {
        }
        return filename;
    }

    @Override
    protected void onPreExecute() {
        super.onPreExecute();
    }
    @Override
    protected void onPostExecute(String result) {
        super.onPostExecute(result);
        // use result as file name
    }
}

}

try it. it will works, enjoy

How to connect access database in c#

You are building a DataGridView on the fly and set the DataSource for it. That's good, but then do you add the DataGridView to the Controls collection of the hosting form?

this.Controls.Add(dataGridView1);

By the way the code is a bit confused

String connection = "Provider=Microsoft.ACE.OLEDB.12.0;Data Source=|DataDirectory|\\Tables.accdb;Persist Security Info=True";
string sql  = "SELECT Clients  FROM Tables";
using(OleDbConnection conn = new OleDbConnection(connection))
{
     conn.Open();
     DataSet ds = new DataSet();
     DataGridView dataGridView1 = new DataGridView();
     using(OleDbDataAdapter adapter = new OleDbDataAdapter(sql,conn))
     {
         adapter.Fill(ds);
         dataGridView1.DataSource = ds;
         // Of course, before addint the datagrid to the hosting form you need to 
         // set position, location and other useful properties. 
         // Why don't you create the DataGrid with the designer and use that instance instead?
         this.Controls.Add(dataGridView1);
     }
}

EDIT After the comments below it is clear that there is a bit of confusion between the file name (TABLES.ACCDB) and the name of the table CLIENTS.
The SELECT statement is defined (in its basic form) as

 SELECT field_names_list FROM _tablename_

so the correct syntax to use for retrieving all the clients data is

 string sql  = "SELECT * FROM Clients";

where the * means -> all the fields present in the table

jQuery keypress() event not firing?

e.which doesn't work in IE try e.keyCode, also you probably want to use keydown() instead of keypress() if you are targeting IE.

See http://unixpapa.com/js/key.html for more information.

How to set up devices for VS Code for a Flutter emulator

To select a device you must first start both, android studio and your virtual device. Then visual studio code will display that virtual device as an option.

Angularjs action on click of button

The calculation occurs immediately since the calculation call is bound in the template, which displays its result when quantity changes.

Instead you could try the following approach. Change your markup to the following:

<div ng-controller="myAppController" style="text-align:center">
  <p style="font-size:28px;">Enter Quantity:
      <input type="text" ng-model="quantity"/>
  </p>
  <button ng-click="calculateQuantity()">Calculate</button>
  <h2>Total Cost: Rs.{{quantityResult}}</h2>
</div>

Next, update your controller:

myAppModule.controller('myAppController', function($scope,calculateService) {
  $scope.quantity=1;
  $scope.quantityResult = 0;

  $scope.calculateQuantity = function() {
    $scope.quantityResult = calculateService.calculate($scope.quantity, 10);
  };
});

Here's a JSBin example that demonstrates the above approach.

The problem with this approach is the calculated result remains visible with the old value till the button is clicked. To address this, you could hide the result whenever the quantity changes.

This would involve updating the template to add an ng-change on the input, and an ng-if on the result:

<input type="text" ng-change="hideQuantityResult()" ng-model="quantity"/>

and

<h2 ng-if="showQuantityResult">Total Cost: Rs.{{quantityResult}}</h2>

In the controller add:

$scope.showQuantityResult = false;

$scope.calculateQuantity = function() {
  $scope.quantityResult = calculateService.calculate($scope.quantity, 10);
  $scope.showQuantityResult = true;
};

$scope.hideQuantityResult = function() {
  $scope.showQuantityResult = false;
}; 

These updates can be seen in this JSBin demo.

Find the 2nd largest element in an array with minimum number of comparisons

A good way with O(1) time complexity would be to use a max-heap. Call the heapify twice and you have the answer.

Spring Boot application as a Service

AS A WINDOWS SERVICE

If you want this to run in windows machine download the winsw.exe from

 http://repo.jenkins-ci.org/releases/com/sun/winsw/winsw/2.1.2/

After that rename it to jar filename (eg: your-app.jar)

winsw.exe -> your-app.exe

Now create an xml file your-app.xml and copy the following content to that

<?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8"?>
<service>
     <id>your-app</id>
     <name>your-app</name>
     <description>your-app as a Windows Service</description>
     <executable>java</executable>
     <arguments>-jar "your-app.jar"</arguments>
     <logmode>rotate</logmode>
</service>

Make sure that the exe and xml along with jar in a same folder.

After this open command prompt in Administrator previlege and install it to the windows service.

your-app.exe install
eg -> D:\Springboot\your-app.exe install

If it fails with

Error: Registry key 'Software\JavaSoft\Java Runtime Environment'\CurrentVersion' has value '1.8', but '1.7' is required.

Then try the following:

Delete java.exe, javaw.exe and javaws.exe from C:\Windows\System32

thats it :) .

To uninstall the service in windows

your-app.exe uninstall

For see/run/stop service: win+r and type Administrative tools then select the service from that. Then right click choose the option - run / stop

Why is HttpContext.Current null?

Clearly HttpContext.Current is not null only if you access it in a thread that handles incoming requests. That's why it works "when i use this code in another class of a page".

It won't work in the scheduling related class because relevant code is not executed on a valid thread, but a background thread, which has no HTTP context associated with.

Overall, don't use Application["Setting"] to store global stuffs, as they are not global as you discovered.

If you need to pass certain information down to business logic layer, pass as arguments to the related methods. Don't let your business logic layer access things like HttpContext or Application["Settings"], as that violates the principles of isolation and decoupling.

Update: Due to the introduction of async/await it is more often that such issues happen, so you might consider the following tip,

In general, you should only call HttpContext.Current in only a few scenarios (within an HTTP module for example). In all other cases, you should use

instead of HttpContext.Current.

Cannot send a content-body with this verb-type

Don't get the request stream, quite simply. GET requests don't usually have bodies (even though it's not technically prohibited by HTTP) and WebRequest doesn't support it - but that's what calling GetRequestStream is for, providing body data for the request.

Given that you're trying to read from the stream, it looks to me like you actually want to get the response and read the response stream from that:

WebRequest request = WebRequest.Create(get.AbsoluteUri + args);
request.Method = "GET";
using (WebResponse response = request.GetResponse())
{
    using (Stream stream = response.GetResponseStream())
    {
        XmlTextReader reader = new XmlTextReader(stream);
        ...
    }
}

Copy table to a different database on a different SQL Server

Generate the scripts?

Generate a script to create the table then generate a script to insert the data.

check-out SP_ Genereate_Inserts for generating the data insert script.

SyntaxError: Cannot use import statement outside a module

My solution was to include babel-node path while running nodemon as follows:

nodemon node_modules/.bin/babel-node index.js

you can add in your package.json script as :

debug: nodemon node_modules/.bin/babel-node index.js

NOTE: My entry file is index.js replace it with your entry file (many have app.js/server.js).

What does getActivity() mean?

getActivity()- Return the Activity this fragment is currently associated with.

What is the best way to seed a database in Rails?

Updating since these answers are slightly outdated (although some still apply).

Simple feature added in rails 2.3.4, db/seeds.rb

Provides a new rake task

rake db:seed

Good for populating common static records like states, countries, etc...

http://railscasts.com/episodes/179-seed-data

*Note that you can use fixtures if you had already created them to also populate with the db:seed task by putting the following in your seeds.rb file (from the railscast episode):

require 'active_record/fixtures'
Fixtures.create_fixtures("#{Rails.root}/test/fixtures", "operating_systems")

For Rails 3.x use 'ActiveRecord::Fixtures' instead of 'Fixtures' constant

require 'active_record/fixtures'
ActiveRecord::Fixtures.create_fixtures("#{Rails.root}/test/fixtures", "fixtures_file_name")

What is meant by Ems? (Android TextView)

It is the width of the letter M in a given English font size.
So 2em is twice the width of the letter M in this given font.
For a non-English font, it is the width of the widest letter in that font. This width size in pixels is different than the width size of the M in the English font but it is still 1em.
So if I use a text with 12sp in an English font, 1em is relative to this 12sp English font; using an Italian font with 12sp gives 1em that is different in pixels width than the English one.

Need to combine lots of files in a directory

Assuming these are text files (since you are using notepad++) and that you are on Windows, you could fashion a simple batch script to concatenate them together.

For example, in the directory with all the text files, execute the following:

for %f in (*.txt) do type "%f" >> combined.txt

This will merge all files matching *.txt into one file called combined.txt.

For more information:

http://www.howtogeek.com/howto/keyboard-ninja/keyboard-ninja-concatenate-multiple-text-files-in-windows/

Disable button in angular with two conditions?

Declare a variable in component.ts and initialize it to some value

 buttonDisabled: boolean;

  ngOnInit() {
    this.buttonDisabled = false;
  }

Now in .html or in the template, you can put following code:

<button disabled="{{buttonDisabled}}"> Click Me </button>

Now you can enable/disable button by changing value of buttonDisabled variable.

How can I select rows with most recent timestamp for each key value?

For the sake of completeness, here's another possible solution:

SELECT sensorID,timestamp,sensorField1,sensorField2 
FROM sensorTable s1
WHERE timestamp = (SELECT MAX(timestamp) FROM sensorTable s2 WHERE s1.sensorID = s2.sensorID)
ORDER BY sensorID, timestamp;

Pretty self-explaining I think, but here's more info if you wish, as well as other examples. It's from the MySQL manual, but above query works with every RDBMS (implementing the sql'92 standard).

Inserting a tab character into text using C#

Hazar is right with his \t. Here's the full list of escape characters for C#:

\' for a single quote.

\" for a double quote.

\\ for a backslash.

\0 for a null character.

\a for an alert character.

\b for a backspace.

\f for a form feed.

\n for a new line.

\r for a carriage return.

\t for a horizontal tab.

\v for a vertical tab.

\uxxxx for a unicode character hex value (e.g. \u0020).

\x is the same as \u, but you don't need leading zeroes (e.g. \x20).

\Uxxxxxxxx for a unicode character hex value (longer form needed for generating surrogates).

Android - set TextView TextStyle programmatically?

This worked for me

textview.setTypeface(textview.getTypeface(), Typeface.BOLD);

or

textview.setTypeface(Typeface.DEFAULT_BOLD);

How to use moment.js library in angular 2 typescript app?

for angular2 with systemjs and jspm had to do:

import * as moment_ from 'moment';
export const moment =  moment_["default"];

var a = moment.now();
var b = moment().format('dddd');
var c = moment().startOf('day').fromNow();

Difference between $(this) and event.target?

There are cross browser issues here.

A typical non-jQuery event handler would be something like this :

function doSomething(evt) {
    evt = evt || window.event;
    var target = evt.target || evt.srcElement;
    if (target.nodeType == 3) // defeat Safari bug
        target = target.parentNode;
    //do stuff here
}

jQuery normalises evt and makes the target available as this in event handlers, so a typical jQuery event handler would be something like this :

function doSomething(evt) {
    var $target = $(this);
    //do stuff here
}

A hybrid event handler which uses jQuery's normalised evt and a POJS target would be something like this :

function doSomething(evt) {
    var target = evt.target || evt.srcElement;
    if (target.nodeType == 3) // defeat Safari bug
        target = target.parentNode;
    //do stuff here
}

Text File Parsing in Java

It sounds like you currently have 3 copies of the entire file in memory: the byte array, the string, and the array of the lines.

Instead of reading the bytes into a byte array and then converting to characters using new String() it would be better to use an InputStreamReader, which will convert to characters incrementally, rather than all up-front.

Also, instead of using String.split("\n") to get the individual lines, you should read one line at a time. You can use the readLine() method in BufferedReader.

Try something like this:

BufferedReader reader = new BufferedReader(new InputStreamReader(fileInputStream, "UTF-8"));
try {
  while (true) {
    String line = reader.readLine();
    if (line == null) break;
    String[] fields = line.split(",");
    // process fields here
  }
} finally {
  reader.close();
}

What does this format means T00:00:00.000Z?

i suggest you use moment.js for this. In moment.js you can:

var localTime = moment().format('YYYY-MM-DD'); // store localTime
var proposedDate = localTime + "T00:00:00.000Z";

now that you have the right format for a time, parse it if it's valid:

var isValidDate = moment(proposedDate).isValid();
// returns true if valid and false if it is not.

and to get time parts you can do something like:

var momentDate = moment(proposedDate)
var hour = momentDate.hours();
var minutes = momentDate.minutes();
var seconds = momentDate.seconds();

// or you can use `.format`:
console.log(momentDate.format("YYYY-MM-DD hh:mm:ss A Z"));

More info about momentjs http://momentjs.com/

How to show full object in Chrome console?

You might get even better results if you try:

console.log(JSON.stringify(obj, null, 4));

Regex allow a string to only contain numbers 0 - 9 and limit length to 45

The first matches any number of digits within your string (allows other characters too, i.e.: "039330a29"). The second allows only 45 digits (and not less). So just take the better from both:

^\d{1,45}$

where \d is the same like [0-9].

jQuery Remove string from string

If you just want to remove "username1" you can use a simple replace.

name.replace("username1,", "")

or you could use split like you mentioned.

var name = "username1, username2 and username3 like this post.".split(",")[1];      
$("h1").text(name);

jsfiddle example

Error: 0xC0202009 at Data Flow Task, OLE DB Destination [43]: SSIS Error Code DTS_E_OLEDBERROR. An OLE DB error has occurred. Error code: 0x80040E21

This is usually caused by truncation (the incoming value is too large to fit in the destination column). Unfortunately SSIS will not tell you the name of the offending column. I use a third-party component to get this information: http://naseermuhammed.wordpress.com/tips-tricks/getting-error-column-name-in-ssis/

Reset select2 value and show placeholder

So, to reset the form some of you will have a reset button. Add the following code inside the script tag

$('.your_btn_class').click(function(){
    $('#select_field_id').val([]);
    $("#select_field_id").select2({
    placeholder: "this is a placeholder",
    });
});

Or just to empty select field without keeping a placeholder:

$('.your_btn_class').click(function(){
    $('#select_field_id').val([]);
 });

How to get StackPanel's children to fill maximum space downward?

The reason that this is happening is because the stack panel measures every child element with positive infinity as the constraint for the axis that it is stacking elements along. The child controls have to return how big they want to be (positive infinity is not a valid return from the MeasureOverride in either axis) so they return the smallest size where everything will fit. They have no way of knowing how much space they really have to fill.

If your view doesn’t need to have a scrolling feature and the answer above doesn't suit your needs, I would suggest implement your own panel. You can probably derive straight from StackPanel and then all you will need to do is change the ArrangeOverride method so that it divides the remaining space up between its child elements (giving them each the same amount of extra space). Elements should render fine if they are given more space than they wanted, but if you give them less you will start to see glitches.

If you want to be able to scroll the whole thing then I am afraid things will be quite a bit more difficult, because the ScrollViewer gives you an infinite amount of space to work with which will put you in the same position as the child elements were originally. In this situation you might want to create a new property on your new panel which lets you specify the viewport size, you should be able to bind this to the ScrollViewer’s size. Ideally you would implement IScrollInfo, but that starts to get complicated if you are going to implement all of it properly.

Splitting a continuous variable into equal sized groups

try this:

split(das, cut(das$anim, 3))

if you want to split based on the value of wt, then

library(Hmisc) # cut2
split(das, cut2(das$wt, g=3))

anyway, you can do that by combining cut, cut2 and split.

UPDATED

if you want a group index as an additional column, then

das$group <- cut(das$anim, 3)

if the column should be index like 1, 2, ..., then

das$group <- as.numeric(cut(das$anim, 3))

UPDATED AGAIN

try this:

> das$wt2 <- as.numeric(cut2(das$wt, g=3))
> das
   anim    wt wt2
1     1 181.0   1
2     2 179.0   1
3     3 180.5   1
4     4 201.0   2
5     5 201.5   2
6     6 245.0   2
7     7 246.4   3
8     8 189.3   1
9     9 301.0   3
10   10 354.0   3
11   11 369.0   3
12   12 205.0   2
13   13 199.0   1
14   14 394.0   3
15   15 231.3   2

Limit to 2 decimal places with a simple pipe

Well now will be different after angular 5:

{{ number | currency :'GBP':'symbol':'1.2-2' }}

How to use goto statement correctly

The Java keyword list specifies the goto keyword, but it is marked as "not used".

This was probably done in case it were to be added to a later version of Java.

If goto weren't on the list, and it were added to the language later on, existing code that used the word goto as an identifier (variable name, method name, etcetera) would break. But because goto is a keyword, such code will not even compile in the present, and it remains possible to make it actually do something later on, without breaking existing code.

How do I iterate over a JSON structure?

Copied and pasted from http://www.w3schools.com, there is no need for the JQuery overhead.

var person = {fname:"John", lname:"Doe", age:25};

var text = "";
var x;
for (x in person) {
    text += person[x];
}

RESULT: John Doe 25

Bring a window to the front in WPF

Remember not to put the code that shows that window inside a PreviewMouseDoubleClick handler as the active window will switch back to the window who handled the event. Just put it in the MouseDoubleClick event handler or stop bubbling by setting e.Handled to True.

In my case i was handling the PreviewMouseDoubleClick on a Listview and was not setting the e.Handled = true then it raised the MouseDoubleClick event witch sat focus back to the original window.

Type.GetType("namespace.a.b.ClassName") returns null

if your class is not in current assambly you must give qualifiedName and this code shows how to get qualifiedname of class

string qualifiedName = typeof(YourClass).AssemblyQualifiedName;

and then you can get type with qualifiedName

Type elementType = Type.GetType(qualifiedName);

Why are hexadecimal numbers prefixed with 0x?

Note: I don't know the correct answer, but the below is just my personal speculation!

As has been mentioned a 0 before a number means it's octal:

04524 // octal, leading 0

Imagine needing to come up with a system to denote hexadecimal numbers, and note we're working in a C style environment. How about ending with h like assembly? Unfortunately you can't - it would allow you to make tokens which are valid identifiers (eg. you could name a variable the same thing) which would make for some nasty ambiguities.

8000h // hex
FF00h // oops - valid identifier!  Hex or a variable or type named FF00h?

You can't lead with a character for the same reason:

xFF00 // also valid identifier

Using a hash was probably thrown out because it conflicts with the preprocessor:

#define ...
#FF00 // invalid preprocessor token?

In the end, for whatever reason, they decided to put an x after a leading 0 to denote hexadecimal. It is unambiguous since it still starts with a number character so can't be a valid identifier, and is probably based off the octal convention of a leading 0.

0xFF00 // definitely not an identifier!

SQL Server 2008 - IF NOT EXISTS INSERT ELSE UPDATE

IF NOT EXISTS(SELECT * FROM Clock
WHERE clockDate = '08/10/2012') AND userName = 'test')

Has an extra parenthesis. I think it's fine if you remove it:

IF NOT EXISTS(SELECT * FROM Clock WHERE
clockDate = '08/10/2012' AND userName = 'test')

Also, GETDATE() will put the current date in the column, though if you don't want the time you'll have to play a little. I think CONVERT(varchar(8), GETDATE(), 112) would give you just the date (not time) portion.

IF NOT EXISTS(SELECT * FROM Clock WHERE
clockDate = CONVERT(varchar(8), GETDATE(), 112)
AND userName = 'test')

should probably do it.

PS: use a merge statement :)

Access restriction: The type 'Application' is not API (restriction on required library rt.jar)

Adding javafx accessible permission in eclipse oxygen go to project> properties> java build path> libraries> then expand the libraries and double click on> Access rules there you set the permission Resolution : Accessible Rule Pattern : javafx/**

enter image description here

enter image description here

enter image description here

How to git-svn clone the last n revisions from a Subversion repository?

You've already discovered the simplest way to specify a shallow clone in Git-SVN, by specifying the SVN revision number that you want to start your clone at ( -r$REV:HEAD).

For example: git svn clone -s -r1450:HEAD some/svn/repo

Git's data structure is based on pointers in a directed acyclic graph (DAG), which makes it trivial to walk back n commits. But in SVN ( and therefore in Git-SVN) you will have to find the revision number yourself.

$("#form1").validate is not a function

I had this same issue. It turned out that I was loading the jQuery JavaScript file more than once on the page. This was due to included pages (or JSPs, in my case). Once I removed the duplicate reference to the jQuery js file, this error went away.

Removing unwanted table cell borders with CSS

Try assigning the style of border: 0px; border-collapse: collapse; to the table element.

Generics in C#, using type of a variable as parameter

I'm not sure whether I understand your question correctly, but you can write your code in this way:

bool DoesEntityExist<T>(T instance, ....)

You can call the method in following fashion:

DoesEntityExist(myTypeInstance, ...)

This way you don't need to explicitly write the type, the framework will overtake the type automatically from the instance.

How do you merge two Git repositories?

If you want to put the files from a branch in repo B in a subtree of repo A and also preserve the history, keep reading. (In the example below, I am assuming that we want repo B's master branch merged into repo A's master branch.)

In repo A, first do the following to make repo B available:

git remote add B ../B # Add repo B as a new remote.
git fetch B

Now we create a brand new branch (with only one commit) in repo A that we call new_b_root. The resulting commit will have the files that were committed in the first commit of repo B's master branch but put in a subdirectory called path/to/b-files/.

git checkout --orphan new_b_root master
git rm -rf . # Remove all files.
git cherry-pick -n `git rev-list --max-parents=0 B/master`
mkdir -p path/to/b-files
git mv README path/to/b-files/
git commit --date="$(git log --format='%ai' $(git rev-list --max-parents=0 B/master))"

Explanation: The --orphan option to the checkout command checks out the files from A's master branch but doesn't create any commit. We could have selected any commit because next we clear out all the files anyway. Then, without committing yet (-n), we cherry-pick the first commit from B's master branch. (The cherry-pick preserves the original commit message which a straight checkout doesn't seem to do.) Then we create the subtree where we want to put all files from repo B. We then have to move all files that were introduced in the cherry-pick to the subtree. In the example above, there's only a README file to move. Then we commit our B-repo root commit, and, at the same time, we also preserve the timestamp of the original commit.

Now, we'll create a new B/master branch on top of the newly created new_b_root. We call the new branch b:

git checkout -b b B/master
git rebase -s recursive -Xsubtree=path/to/b-files/ new_b_root

Now, we merge our b branch into A/master:

git checkout master
git merge --allow-unrelated-histories --no-commit b
git commit -m 'Merge repo B into repo A.'

Finally, you can remove the B remote and temporary branches:

git remote remove B
git branch -D new_b_root b

The final graph will have a structure like this:

enter image description here

JQuery style display value

Well, for one thing your epression can be simplified:

$("#pDetails").attr("style")

since there should only be one element for any given ID and the ID selector will be much faster than the attribute id selector you're using.

If you just want to return the display value or something, use css():

$("#pDetails").css("display")

If you want to search for elements that have display none, that's a lot harder to do reliably. This is a rough example that won't be 100%:

$("[style*='display: none']")

but if you just want to find things that are hidden, use this:

$(":hidden")

Convert month int to month name

CultureInfo.CurrentCulture.DateTimeFormat.GetMonthName(1);

See Here for more details.

Or

DateTime dt = DateTime.Now;
Console.WriteLine( dt.ToString( "MMMM" ) );

Or if you want to get the culture-specific abbreviated name.

GetAbbreviatedMonthName(1);

Reference

How do I get a Cron like scheduler in Python?

You could just use normal Python argument passing syntax to specify your crontab. For example, suppose we define an Event class as below:

from datetime import datetime, timedelta
import time

# Some utility classes / functions first
class AllMatch(set):
    """Universal set - match everything"""
    def __contains__(self, item): return True

allMatch = AllMatch()

def conv_to_set(obj):  # Allow single integer to be provided
    if isinstance(obj, (int,long)):
        return set([obj])  # Single item
    if not isinstance(obj, set):
        obj = set(obj)
    return obj

# The actual Event class
class Event(object):
    def __init__(self, action, min=allMatch, hour=allMatch, 
                       day=allMatch, month=allMatch, dow=allMatch, 
                       args=(), kwargs={}):
        self.mins = conv_to_set(min)
        self.hours= conv_to_set(hour)
        self.days = conv_to_set(day)
        self.months = conv_to_set(month)
        self.dow = conv_to_set(dow)
        self.action = action
        self.args = args
        self.kwargs = kwargs

    def matchtime(self, t):
        """Return True if this event should trigger at the specified datetime"""
        return ((t.minute     in self.mins) and
                (t.hour       in self.hours) and
                (t.day        in self.days) and
                (t.month      in self.months) and
                (t.weekday()  in self.dow))

    def check(self, t):
        if self.matchtime(t):
            self.action(*self.args, **self.kwargs)

(Note: Not thoroughly tested)

Then your CronTab can be specified in normal python syntax as:

c = CronTab(
  Event(perform_backup, 0, 2, dow=6 ),
  Event(purge_temps, 0, range(9,18,2), dow=range(0,5))
)

This way you get the full power of Python's argument mechanics (mixing positional and keyword args, and can use symbolic names for names of weeks and months)

The CronTab class would be defined as simply sleeping in minute increments, and calling check() on each event. (There are probably some subtleties with daylight savings time / timezones to be wary of though). Here's a quick implementation:

class CronTab(object):
    def __init__(self, *events):
        self.events = events

    def run(self):
        t=datetime(*datetime.now().timetuple()[:5])
        while 1:
            for e in self.events:
                e.check(t)

            t += timedelta(minutes=1)
            while datetime.now() < t:
                time.sleep((t - datetime.now()).seconds)

A few things to note: Python's weekdays / months are zero indexed (unlike cron), and that range excludes the last element, hence syntax like "1-5" becomes range(0,5) - ie [0,1,2,3,4]. If you prefer cron syntax, parsing it shouldn't be too difficult however.

SQL - select distinct only on one column

A very typical approach to this type of problem is to use row_number():

select t.*
from (select t.*,
             row_number() over (partition by number order by id) as seqnum
      from t
     ) t
where seqnum = 1;

This is more generalizable than using a comparison to the minimum id. For instance, you can get a random row by using order by newid(). You can select 2 rows by using where seqnum <= 2.

How to SELECT in Oracle using a DBLINK located in a different schema?

I had the same problem I used the solution offered above - I dropped the SYNONYM, created a VIEW with the same name as the synonym. it had a select using the dblink , and gave GRANT SELECT to the other schema It worked great.

How to detect a textbox's content has changed

How about this:

< jQuery 1.7

$("#input").bind("propertychange change keyup paste input", function(){
    // do stuff;
});

> jQuery 1.7

$("#input").on("propertychange change keyup paste input", function(){
    // do stuff;
});

This works in IE8/IE9, FF, Chrome

Select all text inside EditText when it gets focus

I tried an above answer and didn't work until I switched the statements. This is what worked for me:

    myEditText.setSelectAllOnFocus(true);
    myEditText.setOnClickListener(new View.OnClickListener() {
        @Override
        public void onClick(View view) {
            onClickMyEditText();
        }
    });

   private void onClickMyEditText() {
       if(myEditText.isFocused()){
        myEditText.clearFocus();
        myEditText.requestFocus();
       }else{
           myEditText.requestFocus();
           myEditText.clearFocus();
       }
   }

I had to ask if the focus is on the EditText, and if not request the focus first and then clear it. Otherwise the next times I clicked on the EditText the virtual keyboard would never appear

How do I define and use an ENUM in Objective-C?

Apple provides a macro to help provide better code compatibility, including Swift. Using the macro looks like this.

typedef NS_ENUM(NSInteger, PlayerStateType) {
  PlayerStateOff,
  PlayerStatePlaying,
  PlayerStatePaused
};

Documented here

Java Does Not Equal (!=) Not Working?

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

Resize on div element

what about this:

divH = divW = 0;
jQuery(document).ready(function(){
    divW = jQuery("div").width();
    divH = jQuery("div").height();
});
function checkResize(){
    var w = jQuery("div").width();
    var h = jQuery("div").height();
    if (w != divW || h != divH) {
        /*what ever*/
        divH = h;
        divW = w;
    }
}
jQuery(window).resize(checkResize);
var timer = setInterval(checkResize, 1000);

BTW I suggest you to add an id to the div and change the $("div") to $("#yourid"), it's gonna be faster, and it won't break when later you add other divs

How to run specific test cases in GoogleTest

Summarising @Rasmi Ranjan Nayak and @nogard answers and adding another option:

On the console

You should use the flag --gtest_filter, like

--gtest_filter=Test_Cases1*

(You can also do this in Properties|Configuration Properties|Debugging|Command Arguments)

On the environment

You should set the variable GTEST_FILTER like

export GTEST_FILTER = "Test_Cases1*"

On the code

You should set a flag filter, like

::testing::GTEST_FLAG(filter) = "Test_Cases1*";

such that your main function becomes something like

int main(int argc, char **argv) {
    ::testing::InitGoogleTest(&argc, argv);
    ::testing::GTEST_FLAG(filter) = "Test_Cases1*";
    return RUN_ALL_TESTS();
}

See section Running a Subset of the Tests for more info on the syntax of the string you can use.

SQL to search objects, including stored procedures, in Oracle

i'm not sure if i understand you, but to query the source code of your triggers, procedures, package and functions you can try with the "user_source" table.

select * from user_source

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

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

ArithmeticException: "Non-terminating decimal expansion; no exact representable decimal result"

From the Java 11 BigDecimal docs:

When a MathContext object is supplied with a precision setting of 0 (for example, MathContext.UNLIMITED), arithmetic operations are exact, as are the arithmetic methods which take no MathContext object. (This is the only behavior that was supported in releases prior to 5.)

As a corollary of computing the exact result, the rounding mode setting of a MathContext object with a precision setting of 0 is not used and thus irrelevant. In the case of divide, the exact quotient could have an infinitely long decimal expansion; for example, 1 divided by 3.

If the quotient has a nonterminating decimal expansion and the operation is specified to return an exact result, an ArithmeticException is thrown. Otherwise, the exact result of the division is returned, as done for other operations.

To fix, you need to do something like this:

a.divide(b, 2, RoundingMode.HALF_UP)

where 2 is the scale and RoundingMode.HALF_UP is rounding mode

For more details see this blog post.

Force uninstall of Visual Studio

Microsoft started to address the issue in late 2015 by releasing VisualStudioUninstaller.

They abandoned the solution for a while; however work has begun again as of April 2016.

There has finally been an official release for this uninstaller in April 2016 which is described as being "designed to cleanup/scorch all Preview/RC/RTM releases of Visual Studio 2013, Visual Studio 2015 and Visual Studio vNext".

ActiveModel::ForbiddenAttributesError when creating new user

For those using CanCanCan:

You will get this error if CanCanCan cannot find the correct params method.

For the :create action, CanCan will try to initialize a new instance with sanitized input by seeing if your controller will respond to the following methods (in order):

  1. create_params
  2. <model_name>_params such as article_params (this is the default convention in rails for naming your param method)
  3. resource_params (a generically named method you could specify in each controller)

Additionally, load_and_authorize_resource can now take a param_method option to specify a custom method in the controller to run to sanitize input.

You can associate the param_method option with a symbol corresponding to the name of a method that will get called:

class ArticlesController < ApplicationController
  load_and_authorize_resource param_method: :my_sanitizer

  def create
    if @article.save
      # hurray
    else
      render :new
    end
  end

  private

  def my_sanitizer
    params.require(:article).permit(:name)
  end
end

source: https://github.com/CanCanCommunity/cancancan#33-strong-parameters

convert string into array of integers

You can .split() to get an array of strings, then loop through to convert them to numbers, like this:

var myArray = "14 2".split(" ");
for(var i=0; i<myArray.length; i++) { myArray[i] = +myArray[i]; } 
//use myArray, it's an array of numbers

The +myArray[i] is just a quick way to do the number conversion, if you're sure they're integers you can just do:

for(var i=0; i<myArray.length; i++) { myArray[i] = parseInt(myArray[i], 10); } 

What are the differences between LinearLayout, RelativeLayout, and AbsoluteLayout?

Definitions:

  • Frame Layout: This is designed to block out an area on the screen to display a single item.
  • Linear Layout: A layout that arranges its children in a single column or a single row.
  • Relative Layout: This layout is a view group that displays child views in relative positions.
  • Table Layout: A layout that arranges its children into rows and columns.

More Information:

FrameLayout

FrameLayout is designed to block out an area on the screen to display a single item. Generally, FrameLayout should be used to hold a single child view, because it can be difficult to organize child views in a way that's scalable to different screen sizes without the children overlapping each other. You can, however, add multiple children to a FrameLayout and control their position within the FrameLayout by assigning gravity to each child, using the android:layout_gravity attribute.

Child views are drawn in a stack, with the most recently added child on top. The size of the FrameLayout is the size of its largest child (plus padding), visible or not (if the FrameLayout's parent permits).

RelativeLayout

A RelativeLayout is a very powerful utility for designing a user interface because it can eliminate nested view groups and keep your layout hierarchy flat, which improves performance. If you find yourself using several nested LinearLayout groups, you may be able to replace them with a single RelativeLayout.

(Current docs here)

TableLayout

A TableLayout consists of a number of TableRow objects, each defining a row (actually, you can have other children, which will be explained below). TableLayout containers do not display border lines for their rows, columns, or cells. Each row has zero or more cells; each cell can hold one View object. The table has as many columns as the row with the most cells. A table can leave cells empty. Cells can span columns, as they can in HTML.

The width of a column is defined by the row with the widest cell in that column.


Note: Absolute Layout is deprecated.

How are echo and print different in PHP?

From: http://web.archive.org/web/20090221144611/http://faqts.com/knowledge_base/view.phtml/aid/1/fid/40

  1. Speed. There is a difference between the two, but speed-wise it should be irrelevant which one you use. echo is marginally faster since it doesn't set a return value if you really want to get down to the nitty gritty.

  2. Expression. print() behaves like a function in that you can do: $ret = print "Hello World"; And $ret will be 1. That means that print can be used as part of a more complex expression where echo cannot. An example from the PHP Manual:

$b ? print "true" : print "false";

print is also part of the precedence table which it needs to be if it is to be used within a complex expression. It is just about at the bottom of the precedence list though. Only , AND OR XOR are lower.

  1. Parameter(s). The grammar is: echo expression [, expression[, expression] ... ] But echo ( expression, expression ) is not valid. This would be valid: echo ("howdy"),("partner"); the same as: echo "howdy","partner"; (Putting the brackets in that simple example serves no purpose since there is no operator precedence issue with a single term like that.)

So, echo without parentheses can take multiple parameters, which get concatenated:

   echo  "and a ", 1, 2, 3;   // comma-separated without parentheses
   echo ("and a 123");        // just one parameter with parentheses

print() can only take one parameter:

   print ("and a 123");
   print  "and a 123";

C# ASP.NET MVC Return to Previous Page

I know this is very late, but maybe this will help someone else.

I use a Cancel button to return to the referring url. In the View, try adding this:

@{
  ViewBag.Title = "Page title";
  Layout = "~/Views/Shared/_Layout.cshtml";

  if (Request.UrlReferrer != null)
  {
    string returnURL = Request.UrlReferrer.ToString();
    ViewBag.ReturnURL = returnURL;
  }
}

Then you can set your buttons href like this:

<a href="@ViewBag.ReturnURL" class="btn btn-danger">Cancel</a>

Other than that, the update by Jason Enochs works great!

How to Select Every Row Where Column Value is NOT Distinct

This is significantly faster than the EXISTS way:

SELECT [EmailAddress], [CustomerName] FROM [Customers] WHERE [EmailAddress] IN
  (SELECT [EmailAddress] FROM [Customers] GROUP BY [EmailAddress] HAVING COUNT(*) > 1)

Python, print all floats to 2 decimal places in output

I have just discovered the round function - it is in Python 2.7, not sure about 2.6. It takes a float and the number of dps as arguments, so round(22.55555, 2) gives the result 22.56.

Angular2 RC5: Can't bind to 'Property X' since it isn't a known property of 'Child Component'

I fixed it with adding the prefix (attr.) :

<create-report-card-form [attr.currentReportCardCount]="expression" ...

Unfortunately this haven't documented properly yet.

more detail here

Create a new txt file using VB.NET

open C:\myfile.txt for append as #1
write #1, text1.text, text2.text
close()

This is the code I use in Visual Basic 6.0. It helps me to create a txt file on my drive, write two pieces of data into it, and then close the file... Give it a try...

SQL select join: is it possible to prefix all columns as 'prefix.*'?

If concerned about schema changes this might work for you: 1. Run a 'DESCRIBE table' query on all tables involved. 2. Use the returned field names to dynamically construct a string of column names prefixed with your chosen alias.

Convert Unicode to ASCII without errors in Python

>>> u'a?ä'.encode('ascii', 'ignore')
'a'

Decode the string you get back, using either the charset in the the appropriate meta tag in the response or in the Content-Type header, then encode.

The method encode(encoding, errors) accepts custom handlers for errors. The default values, besides ignore, are:

>>> u'a?ä'.encode('ascii', 'replace')
b'a??'
>>> u'a?ä'.encode('ascii', 'xmlcharrefreplace')
b'a&#12354;&#228;'
>>> u'a?ä'.encode('ascii', 'backslashreplace')
b'a\\u3042\\xe4'

See https://docs.python.org/3/library/stdtypes.html#str.encode

CodeIgniter 500 Internal Server Error

if The wampserver Version 2.5 then change apache configuration as

httpd.conf (apache configuration file): From

#LoadModule rewrite_module modules/mod_rewrite.so** 

To ,delete the #

LoadModule rewrite_module modules/mod_rewrite.so** 

this working fine to me

jQuery append() vs appendChild()

No longer

now append is a method in JavaScript

MDN documentation on append method

Quoting MDN

The ParentNode.append method inserts a set of Node objects or DOMString objects after the last child of the ParentNode. DOMString objects are inserted as equivalent Text nodes.

This is not supported by IE and Edge but supported by Chrome(54+), Firefox(49+) and Opera(39+).

The JavaScript's append is similar to jQuery's append.

You can pass multiple arguments.

_x000D_
_x000D_
var elm = document.getElementById('div1');
elm.append(document.createElement('p'),document.createElement('span'),document.createElement('div'));
console.log(elm.innerHTML);
_x000D_
<div id="div1"></div>
_x000D_
_x000D_
_x000D_

What is href="#" and why is it used?

Putting the "#" symbol as the href for something means that it points not to a different URL, but rather to another id or name tag on the same page. For example:

<a href="#bottomOfPage">Click to go to the bottom of the page</a>
blah blah
blah blah
...
<a id="bottomOfPage"></a>

However, if there is no id or name then it goes "no where."

Here's another similar question asked HTML Anchors with 'name' or 'id'?

Delete the 'first' record from a table in SQL Server, without a WHERE condition

Similar to the selected answer, a table source can be used, in this case a derived query:

delete from dd
from (
    select top 1 *
    from my_table
) dd

Feel free to add orderbys and conditions.

For the next example, I'll assume that the restriction on 'where' is due to not wanting to select a row based on its values. So assuming that we want to delete a row based on position (in this case the first position):

delete from dd
from (
    select
        *,
        row = row_number() over (order by (select 1))
    from my_table
) dd
where row = 1

Note that the (select 1) makes it the sort order that the tables or indexes are in. You can replace that with a newid to get fairly random rows.

You can also add a partition by to delete the top row of each color, for example.

Reading and writing binary file

 sizeof(buffer) == sizeof(char*) 

Use length instead.

Also, better to use fopen with "wb"....

To find first N prime numbers in python

This might help:

def in_prime(n):
    p=True
    i=2
    if i**2<=n:
        if n%i==0:
            p=False
            break
    if (p):
        return n

PHP sessions default timeout

Yes typically, a session will end after 20 minutes in PHP.

jQuery Scroll To bottom of the page

$('html,body').animate({ scrollTop: 9999 }, 'slow');

As simple as this , 9999 page height ... big range so it can reach to bottom .

How to render html with AngularJS templates

Use-

<span ng-bind-html="myContent"></span>

You need to tell angular to not escape it.

'Malformed UTF-8 characters, possibly incorrectly encoded' in Laravel

I know it's already an old question, but i had the same error today. For me setting the connection variable on model did the work.

/**
 * Table properties
 */
protected $connection = 'mysql-utf8';
protected $table = 'notification';
protected $primaryKey = 'id';

I don't know if the issue was with the database (probably), but the texts fields with special chars (like ~, ´ e etc) were all messed up.

---- Editing

That $connection var is used to select wich db connection your model will use. Sometimes it happens that in database.php (under /config folder) you have multiples connections and the default one is not using UTF-8 charset.

In any case, be sure to properly use charset and collation into your connection.

'connections' => [

    'mysql' => [
        'driver' => 'mysql',
        'host' => env('DB_HOST', '127.0.0.1'),
        'port' => env('DB_PORT', '3306'),
        'database' => env('DB_DATABASE', 'your_database'),
        'username' => env('DB_USERNAME', 'root'),
        'password' => env('DB_PASSWORD', 'database_password'),
        'unix_socket' => env('DB_SOCKET', ''),
        'prefix' => '',
        'strict' => false,
        'engine' => null
    ],

    'mysql-utf8' => [
        'driver' => 'mysql',
        'host' => env('DB_HOST', '127.0.0.1'),
        'port' => env('DB_PORT', '3306'),
        'database' => env('DB_DATABASE', 'your_database'),
        'username' => env('DB_USERNAME', 'root'),
        'password' => env('DB_PASSWORD', 'database_password'),
        'unix_socket' => env('DB_SOCKET', ''),
        'charset' => 'utf8',
        'collation' => 'utf8_unicode_ci',
        'prefix' => '',
        'strict' => false,
        'engine' => null
    ],

jQuery.inArray(), how to use it right?

The answer comes from the first paragraph of the documentation check if the results is greater than -1, not if it's true or false.

The $.inArray() method is similar to JavaScript's native .indexOf() method in that it returns -1 when it doesn't find a match. If the first element within the array matches value, $.inArray() returns 0.

Because JavaScript treats 0 as loosely equal to false (i.e. 0 == false, but 0 !== false), if we're checking for the presence of value within array, we need to check if it's not equal to (or greater than) -1.

How to filter array when object key value is in array

You can use Array#filter function and additional array for storing sorted values;

var recordsSorted = []

ids.forEach(function(e) {
    recordsSorted.push(records.filter(function(o) {
        return o.empid === e;
    }));
});

console.log(recordsSorted);

Result:

[ [ { empid: 1, fname: 'X', lname: 'Y' } ],
  [ { empid: 4, fname: 'C', lname: 'Y' } ],
  [ { empid: 5, fname: 'C', lname: 'Y' } ] ]

Positioning the colorbar

using padding pad

In order to move the colorbar relative to the subplot, one may use the pad argument to fig.colorbar.

import matplotlib.pyplot as plt
import numpy as np; np.random.seed(1)

fig, ax = plt.subplots(figsize=(4,4))
im = ax.imshow(np.random.rand(11,16))
ax.set_xlabel("x label")

fig.colorbar(im, orientation="horizontal", pad=0.2)
plt.show()

enter image description here

using an axes divider

One can use an instance of make_axes_locatable to divide the axes and create a new axes which is perfectly aligned to the image plot. Again, the pad argument would allow to set the space between the two axes.

import matplotlib.pyplot as plt
from mpl_toolkits.axes_grid1 import make_axes_locatable
import numpy as np; np.random.seed(1)

fig, ax = plt.subplots(figsize=(4,4))
im = ax.imshow(np.random.rand(11,16))
ax.set_xlabel("x label")

divider = make_axes_locatable(ax)
cax = divider.new_vertical(size="5%", pad=0.7, pack_start=True)
fig.add_axes(cax)
fig.colorbar(im, cax=cax, orientation="horizontal")

plt.show()

enter image description here

using subplots

One can directly create two rows of subplots, one for the image and one for the colorbar. Then, setting the height_ratios as gridspec_kw={"height_ratios":[1, 0.05]} in the figure creation, makes one of the subplots much smaller in height than the other and this small subplot can host the colorbar.

import matplotlib.pyplot as plt
import numpy as np; np.random.seed(1)

fig, (ax, cax) = plt.subplots(nrows=2,figsize=(4,4), 
                  gridspec_kw={"height_ratios":[1, 0.05]})
im = ax.imshow(np.random.rand(11,16))
ax.set_xlabel("x label")

fig.colorbar(im, cax=cax, orientation="horizontal")

plt.show()

enter image description here

CONVERT Image url to Base64

let baseImage = new Image;
baseImage.setAttribute('crossOrigin', 'anonymous');
baseImage.src = your image url

var canvas = document.createElement("canvas");
  canvas.width = baseImage.width;
  canvas.height = baseImage.height;
  var ctx = canvas.getContext("2d");
  ctx.drawImage(baseImage, 0, 0);
  var dataURL = canvas.toDataURL("image/png");

Additional information about "CORS enabled images": MDN Documentation

How to convert an address to a latitude/longitude?

When you convert an address or object to a lat/long it is called Geocoding.

There are a lot geocoding solutions around. The solution right for your project will depend on the acceptability of the licensing terms of each geocoding solution. Both Microsoft Virtual Earth and Google Maps offer solutions which are free to use under a very restrictive licenses...

https://developers.google.com/maps/documentation/javascript/tutorial

What does `void 0` mean?

void 0 returns undefined and can not be overwritten while undefined can be overwritten.

var undefined = "HAHA";

Where is Python language used?

Python is also great for scientific programs such as statistical models or physics sims. I've done monte-carlo programs and, using the VISUAL module, a 3D simulation of the Apollo mission.

jQuery get html of container including the container itself

Oldie but goldie...

Since user is asking for jQuery, I'm going to keep it simple:

var html = $('#container').clone();
console.log(html);

Fiddle here.

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

EDIT: The angular team has released the @Resolve decorator. It still needs some clarification, in how it works, but until then I'll take someone else's related answer here, and provide links to other sources:


EDIT: This answer works for Angular 2 BETA only. Router is not released for Angular 2 RC as of this edit. Instead, when using Angular 2 RC, replace references to router with router-deprecated to continue using the beta router.

The Angular2-future way to implement this will be via the @Resolve decorator. Until then, the closest facsimile is CanActivate Component decorator, per Brandon Roberts. see https://github.com/angular/angular/issues/6611

Although beta 0 doesn't support providing resolved values to the Component, it's planned, and there is also a workaround described here: Using Resolve In Angular2 Routes

A beta 1 example can be found here: http://run.plnkr.co/BAqA98lphi4rQZAd/#/resolved . It uses a very similar workaround, but slightly more accurately uses the RouteData object rather than RouteParams.

@CanActivate((to) => {
    return new Promise((resolve) => {
        to.routeData.data.user = { name: 'John' }

Also, note that there is also an example workaround for accessing nested/parent route "resolved" values as well, and other features you expect if you've used 1.x UI-Router.

Note you'll also need to manually inject any services you need to accomplish this, since the Angular Injector hierarchy is not currently available in the CanActivate decorator. Simply importing an Injector will create a new injector instance, without access to the providers from bootstrap(), so you'll probably want to store an application-wide copy of the bootstrapped injector. Brandon's second Plunk link on this page is a good starting point: https://github.com/angular/angular/issues/4112

SSH Key - Still asking for password and passphrase

If you work with HTTPs urls, it'll always ask for your username / password.

If you're correctly using SSH when cloning / setting remotes. Then make sure you have a ssh-agent to remember your password. That way, you'll only enter your passphrase once by terminal session.

If it is still too annoying, then simply set a ssh-key without passphrase.

grep --ignore-case --only

If your grep -i does not work then try using tr command to convert the the output of your file to lower case and then pipe it into standard grep with whatever you are looking for. (it sounds complicated but the actual command which I have provided for you is not !).

Notice the tr command does not change the content of your original file, it just converts it just before it feeds it into grep.

1.here is how you can do this on a file

tr '[:upper:]' '[:lower:]' <your_file.txt|grep what_ever_you_are_searching_in_lower_case

2.or in your case if you are just echoing something

echo "ABC"|tr '[:upper:]' '[:lower:]' | grep abc

What is the difference between association, aggregation and composition?

Association is a relationship between two separate classes and the association can be of any type say one to one, one to may etc. It joins two entirely separate entities.

Aggregation is a special form of association which is a unidirectional one way relationship between classes (or entities), for e.g. Wallet and Money classes. Wallet has Money but money doesn’t need to have Wallet necessarily so its a one directional relationship. In this relationship both the entries can survive if other one ends. In our example if Wallet class is not present, it does not mean that the Money class cannot exist.

Composition is a restricted form of Aggregation in which two entities (or you can say classes) are highly dependent on each other. For e.g. Human and Heart. A human needs heart to live and a heart needs a Human body to survive. In other words when the classes (entities) are dependent on each other and their life span are same (if one dies then another one too) then its a composition. Heart class has no sense if Human class is not present.

How to get year, month, day, hours, minutes, seconds and milliseconds of the current moment in Java?

Switch to joda-time and you can do this in three lines

DateTime jodaTime = new DateTime();

DateTimeFormatter formatter = DateTimeFormat.forPattern("YYYY-MM-dd HH:mm:ss.SSS");
System.out.println("jodaTime = " + formatter.print(jodaTime));

You also have direct access to the individual fields of the date without using a Calendar.

System.out.println("year = " + jodaTime.getYear());
System.out.println("month = " + jodaTime.getMonthOfYear());
System.out.println("day = " + jodaTime.getDayOfMonth());
System.out.println("hour = " + jodaTime.getHourOfDay());
System.out.println("minute = " + jodaTime.getMinuteOfHour());
System.out.println("second = " + jodaTime.getSecondOfMinute());
System.out.println("millis = " + jodaTime.getMillisOfSecond());

Output is as follows:

jodaTime = 2010-04-16 18:09:26.060

year = 2010
month = 4
day = 16
hour = 18
minute = 9
second = 26
millis = 60

According to http://www.joda.org/joda-time/

Joda-Time is the de facto standard date and time library for Java. From Java SE 8 onwards, users are asked to migrate to java.time (JSR-310).

How do I loop through a list by twos?

If you have control over the structure of the list, the most pythonic thing to do would probably be to change it from:

l=[1,2,3,4]

to:

l=[(1,2),(3,4)]

Then, your loop would be:

for i,j in l:
    print i, j

Linux/Unix command to determine if process is running?

You SHOULD know the PID !

Finding a process by trying to do some kind of pattern recognition on the process arguments (like pgrep "mysqld") is a strategy that is doomed to fail sooner or later. What if you have two mysqld running? Forget that approach. You MAY get it right temporarily and it MAY work for a year or two but then something happens that you haven't thought about.

Only the process id (pid) is truly unique.

Always store the pid when you launch something in the background. In Bash this can be done with the $! Bash variable. You will save yourself SO much trouble by doing so.

How to determine if process is running (by pid)

So now the question becomes how to know if a pid is running.

Simply do:

ps -o pid= -p <pid>

This is POSIX and hence portable. It will return the pid itself if the process is running or return nothing if the process is not running. Strictly speaking the command will return a single column, the pid, but since we've given that an empty title header (the stuff immediately preceding the equals sign) and this is the only column requested then the ps command will not use header at all. Which is what we want because it makes parsing easier.

This will work on Linux, BSD, Solaris, etc.

Another strategy would be to test on the exit value from the above ps command. It should be zero if the process is running and non-zero if it isn't. The POSIX spec says that ps must exit >0 if an error has occurred but it is unclear to me what constitutes 'an error'. Therefore I'm not personally using that strategy although I'm pretty sure it will work as well on all Unix/Linux platforms.

How to pass values between Fragments

I think a good way to solve this problem is to use a custom interface.

Lets say you have two fragments (A and B) which are inside of the same activity and you want to send data from A to B.

Interface :

public interface OnDataSentListener{
    void onDataSent(Object data);
}

Activity:

    public class MyActivity extends AppCompatActivity{

            private OnDataSentListener onDataSentListener;

            @Override
            protected void onCreate(Bundle savedInstanceState) {
                super.onCreate(savedInstanceState);
                setContentView(R.layout.activity_activity);

                FragmentTransaction trans = getFragmentManager().beginTransaction();

                FragmentA fa = new FragmentA();
                FragmentB fb = new FragmentB();

               fa.setOnDataSentListener(new Listeners.OnDataSentListener() {
                    @Override
                    public void onDataSent(Object data) {
                         if(onDataSentListener != null)  onDataSentListener.onDataSent(data);
                    }
               });

                transaction.add(R.id.frame_a, fa);
                transaction.add(R.id.frame_b, fb);

                transaction.commit();
            }

            public void setOnDataSentListener(OnDataSentListener listener){
                this.onDataSentListener = listener;
            }
        }

Fragment A:

public class FragmentA extends Fragment{

    private OnDataSentListener onDataSentListener;

    private void sendDataToFragmentB(Object data){
        if(onDataSentListener != null) onDataSentListener.onDataSent(data);
    }

    public void setOnDataSentListener(OnDataSentListener listener){
        this.onDataSentListener = listener;
    }
}

Fragment B:

public class FragmentB extends Fragment{

    private void initReceiver(){
        ((MyActivity) getActivity()).setOnDataSentListener(new OnDataSentListener() {
            @Override
            public void onDataSent(Object data) {
                //Here you receive the data from fragment A
            }
        });
    }
}

const char* concatenation

If you don't know the size of the strings, you can do something like this:

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

int main(){
    const char* q1 = "First String";
    const char* q2 = " Second String";

    char * qq = (char*) malloc((strlen(q1)+ strlen(q2))*sizeof(char));
    strcpy(qq,q1);
    strcat(qq,q2);

    printf("%s\n",qq);

    return 0;
}

How to delete a cookie using jQuery?

What you are doing is correct, the problem is somewhere else, e.g. the cookie is being set again somehow on refresh.

How to insert array of data into mysql using php

I've a PHP library which helps to insert array into MySQL Database. By using this you can create update and delete. Your array key value should be same as the table column value. Just using a single line code for the create operation

DB::create($db, 'YOUR_TABLE_NAME', $dataArray);

where $db is your Database connection.

Similarly, You can use this for update and delete. Select operation will be available soon. Github link to download : https://github.com/pairavanvvl/crud

Java ArrayList copy

List.copyOf ? unmodifiable list

You asked:

Is there no other way to assign a copy of a list

Java 9 brought the List.of methods for using literals to create an unmodifiable List of unknown concrete class.

LocalDate today = LocalDate.now( ZoneId.of( "Africa/Tunis" ) ) ;
List< LocalDate > dates = List.of( 
    today.minusDays( 1 ) ,  // Yesterday
    today ,                 // Today
    today.plusDays( 1 )     // Tomorrow
);

Along with that we also got List.copyOf. This method too returns an unmodifiable List of unknown concrete class.

List< String > colors = new ArrayList<>( 4 ) ;          // Creates a modifiable `List`. 
colors.add ( "AliceBlue" ) ;
colors.add ( "PapayaWhip" ) ;
colors.add ( "Chartreuse" ) ;
colors.add ( "DarkSlateGray" ) ;
List< String > masterColors = List.copyOf( colors ) ;   // Creates an unmodifiable `List`.

By “unmodifiable” we mean the number of elements in the list, and the object referent held in each slot as an element, is fixed. You cannot add, drop, or replace elements. But the object referent held in each element may or may not be mutable.

colors.remove( 2 ) ;          // SUCCEEDS. 
masterColors.remove( 2 ) ;    // FAIL - ERROR.

See this code run live at IdeOne.com.

dates.toString(): [2020-02-02, 2020-02-03, 2020-02-04]

colors.toString(): [AliceBlue, PapayaWhip, DarkSlateGray]

masterColors.toString(): [AliceBlue, PapayaWhip, Chartreuse, DarkSlateGray]

You asked about object references. As others said, if you create one list and assign it to two reference variables (pointers), you still have only one list. Both point to the same list. If you use either pointer to modify the list, both pointers will later see the changes, as there is only one list in memory.

So you need to make a copy of the list. If you want that copy to be unmodifiable, use the List.copyOf method as discussed in this Answer. In this approach, you end up with two separate lists, each with elements that hold a reference to the same content objects. For example, in our example above using String objects to represent colors, the color objects are floating around in memory somewhere. The two lists hold pointers to the same color objects. Here is a diagram.

enter image description here

The first list colors is modifiable. This means that some elements could be removed as seen in code above, where we removed the original 3rd element Chartreuse (index of 2 = ordinal 3). And elements can be added. And the elements can be changed to point to some other String such as OliveDrab or CornflowerBlue.

In contrast, the four elements of masterColors are fixed. No removing, no adding, and no substituting another color. That List implementation is unmodifiable.

Finding all objects that have a given property inside a collection

you can search item from a list as follows function. good luck!

int _searchList(List<T> list,T item) {
int idx = -1;
idx = Collections.binarySearch(list,item,
        new Comparator<T>() {
            public int compare(Titm1,
                    Titm2) {

                // key1
                if (itm1.key1.compareTo(itm2.key1) != 0) {
                    return itm1.key2.compareTo(itm2.key2);
                }

                // key2
                return itm1.key2
                        .compareTo(itm2.key2);
            }
        });

return idx;

}

Java - Writing strings to a CSV file

    String filepath="/tmp/employee.csv";
    FileWriter sw = new FileWriter(new File(filepath));
    CSVWriter writer = new CSVWriter(sw);
    writer.writeAll(allRows);

    String[] header= new String[]{"ErrorMessage"};
    writer.writeNext(header);

    List<String[]> errorData = new ArrayList<String[]>();
    for(int i=0;i<1;i++){
        String[] data = new String[]{"ErrorMessage"+i};
        errorData.add(data);
    }
    writer.writeAll(errorData);

    writer.close();

How can I scroll up more (increase the scroll buffer) in iTerm2?

Solution: In order to increase your buffer history on iterm bash terminal you've got two options:

Go to iterm -> Preferences -> Profiles -> Terminal Tab -> Scrollback Buffer (section)

Option 1. select the checkbox Unlimited scrollback

Option 2. type the selected Scrollback lines numbers you'd like your terminal buffer to cache (See image below)

enter image description here

Send email using the GMail SMTP server from a PHP page

Gmail requires port 465, and also it's the code from phpmailer :)

How do I initialize a dictionary of empty lists in Python?

Use defaultdict instead:

from collections import defaultdict
data = defaultdict(list)
data[1].append('hello')

This way you don't have to initialize all the keys you want to use to lists beforehand.

What is happening in your example is that you use one (mutable) list:

alist = [1]
data = dict.fromkeys(range(2), alist)
alist.append(2)
print data

would output {0: [1, 2], 1: [1, 2]}.

Ubuntu says "bash: ./program Permission denied"

Try this:

sudo chmod +x program_name
./program_name 

How can I read numeric strings in Excel cells as string (not numbers)?

There is a ready-to-use wrapper (some additional optimizations can be applied)

  • it supports numeric and String cells

  • formulas are recognized and handled automatically

  • avoid some boilerplate

     public final class Cell {
    
     private final static DataFormatter FORMATTER = new DataFormatter();
    
     private XSSFCell mCell;
    
     public Cell(@NotNull XSSFCell cell) {
         mCell = cell;
    
         if (isFormula()) {
             XSSFWorkbook book = mCell.getSheet().getWorkbook();
             FormulaEvaluator evaluator = book.getCreationHelper().createFormulaEvaluator();
             mCell = (XSSFCell) evaluator.evaluateInCell(mCell);
         }
     }
    
     /**
      * Get content
      */
     public final int getInt() {
         return (int) getLong();
     }
    
     public final long getLong() {
         return Math.round(getDouble());
     }
    
     public final double getDouble() {
         return mCell.getNumericCellValue();
     }
    
     public final String getString() {
         if (!isString()) {
             return FORMATTER.formatCellValue(mCell);
         }
         return mCell.getStringCellValue();
     }
    
     /**
      * Get properties
      */
     public final boolean isNumber() {
         if (isFormula()) {
             return mCell.getCachedFormulaResultType().equals(CellType.NUMERIC);
         }
         return mCell.getCellType().equals(CellType.NUMERIC);
     }
    
     public final boolean isString() {
         if (isFormula()) {
             return mCell.getCachedFormulaResultType().equals(CellType.STRING);
         }
         return mCell.getCellType().equals(CellType.STRING);
     }
    
     public final boolean isFormula() {
         return mCell.getCellType().equals(CellType.FORMULA);
     }
    
     /**
      * Debug info
      */
     @Override
     public String toString() {
         return getString();
     }
     }
    

How to get a variable type in Typescript?

I'd like to add that TypeGuards only work on strings or numbers, if you want to compare an object use instanceof

if(task.id instanceof UUID) {
  //foo
}

Convert string to List<string> in one line?

If you already have a list and want to add values from a delimited string, you can use AddRange or InsertRange. For example:

existingList.AddRange(names.Split(','));

PHP __get and __set magic methods

It's because $bar is a public property.

$foo->bar = 'test';

There is no need to call the magic method when running the above.

Deleting public $bar; from your class should correct this.

How do I declare and assign a variable on a single line in SQL

Here goes:

DECLARE @var nvarchar(max) = 'Man''s best friend';

You will note that the ' is escaped by doubling it to ''.

Since the string delimiter is ' and not ", there is no need to escape ":

DECLARE @var nvarchar(max) = '"My Name is Luca" is a great song';

The second example in the MSDN page on DECLARE shows the correct syntax.

How to get the path of src/test/resources directory in JUnit?

You can get where you are through

new File(".").getAbsolutePath()

then you can derive path to src/test/resources
usually it is just

new File("src/test/resources")

Get Folder Size from Windows Command Line

I solved similar problem. Some of methods in this page are slow and some are problematic in multilanguage environment (all suppose english). I found simple workaround using vbscript in cmd. It is tested in W2012R2 and W7.

>%TEMP%\_SFSTMP$.VBS ECHO/Set objFSO = CreateObject("Scripting.FileSystemObject"):Set objFolder = objFSO.GetFolder(%1):WScript.Echo objFolder.Size
FOR /F %%? IN ('CSCRIPT //NOLOGO %TEMP%\_SFSTMP$.VBS') DO (SET "S_=%%?"&&(DEL %TEMP%\_SFSTMP$.VBS))

It set environment variable S_. You can, of course, change last line to directly display result to e.g.

FOR /F %%? IN ('CSCRIPT //NOLOGO %TEMP%\_SFSTMP$.VBS') DO (ECHO "Size of %1 is %%?"&&(DEL %TEMP%\_SFSTMP$.VBS))

You can use it as subroutine or as standlone cmd. Parameter is name of tested folder closed in quotes.

how to enable sqlite3 for php?

This will drown here, but I fixed my problems with this:

As far as I have found out, there is a faulty file in /usr/local/lib called libsqlite3.so.0 which points to libsqlite3.so.0.8.6. It's been installed through the php7.3-* packages as far as I can tell.

I renamed the file in case it was needed for something. With the command:

cd /usr/local/lib sudo mv libsqlite3.so.0 ./libsqlite3.so.0.back

But you can also just delete it: rm libsqlite3.so.0

The thread that lead me to the answer: link

This solved my problems, and I hope they solve yours as well :)

Turning off auto indent when pasting text into vim

Stick this in your ~/.vimrc and be happy:

" enables :Paste to just do what you want
command Paste execute 'set noai | insert | set ai'

Edit: on reflection, :r !cat is a far better approach since it's short, semantic, and requires no custom vimrc. Use that instead!

How to tell PowerShell to wait for each command to end before starting the next?

Including the option -NoNewWindow gives me an error: Start-Process : This command cannot be executed due to the error: Access is denied.

The only way I could get it to work was to call:

Start-Process <path to exe> -Wait

align textbox and text/labels in html?

I like to set the 'line-height' in the css for the divs to get them to line up properly. Here is an example of how I do it using asp and css:

ASP:

<div id="profileRow1">
    <div id="profileRow1Col1" class="righty">
        <asp:Label ID="lblCreatedDateLabel" runat="server" Text="Date Created:"></asp:Label><br />
        <asp:Label ID="lblLastLoginDateLabel" runat="server" Text="Last Login Date:"></asp:Label><br />
        <asp:Label ID="lblUserIdLabel" runat="server" Text="User ID:"></asp:Label><br />
        <asp:Label ID="lblUserNameLabel" runat="server" Text="Username:"></asp:Label><br />
        <asp:Label ID="lblFirstNameLabel" runat="server" Text="First Name:"></asp:Label><br />
        <asp:Label ID="lblLastNameLabel" runat="server" Text="Last Name:"></asp:Label><br />
    </div>
    <div id="profileRow1Col2">
        <asp:Label ID="lblCreatedDate" runat="server" Text="00/00/00 00:00:00"></asp:Label><br />
        <asp:Label ID="lblLastLoginDate" runat="server" Text="00/00/00 00:00:00"></asp:Label><br />
        <asp:Label ID="lblUserId" runat="server" Text="UserId"></asp:Label><br />
        <asp:TextBox ID="txtUserName" runat="server"></asp:TextBox><br />
        <asp:TextBox ID="txtFirstName" runat="server"></asp:TextBox><br />
        <asp:TextBox ID="txtLastName" runat="server"></asp:TextBox><br />
    </div>
</div>

And here is the code in the CSS file to make all of the above fields look nice and neat:

#profileRow1{width:100%;line-height:40px;}
#profileRow1Col1{float:left; width:25%; margin-right:20px;}
#profileRow1Col2{float:left; width:25%;}
.righty{text-align:right;}

you can basically pull everything but the DIV tags and replace with your own content.

Trust me when I say it looks aligned the way the image in the original post does!

I would post a screenshot but Stack wont let me: Oops! Your edit couldn't be submitted because: We're sorry, but as a spam prevention mechanism, new users aren't allowed to post images. Earn more than 10 reputation to post images.

:)

How can I rename a project folder from within Visual Studio?

Man, have I struggled with this. Unfortunately there isn't a one click solution in Visual Studio, but if you're running Visual Studio 2012 and your project is under source control with Team Foundation Server, here is how I got it to work, while keeping the source history:

(Make sure you read @mjv's comment below, as he notes that you can skip step 5-10)

  1. Make sure you have checked in all changes, so you have no pending changes.
  2. Remove the project from the solution, by right clicking and selecting Remove.
  3. Now, in Windows Explorer, rename the project folder.
  4. Go back to Visual Studio, and in Solution Explorer, right click the solution and choose Add -> Existing project. Select the project file for the project you removed in step 2, which should be located in the renamed folder.
  5. Now the project is back in the solution, but the project doesn't seem to be added to source control. To fix that, open Source Control Explorer.
  6. Find the project folder in Source Control Explorer, that corresponds with the project folder on your disk, that you renamed in step 3.
  7. Rename the folder in Source Control Explorer, so it has the same name as the project folder on disk.
  8. Now take a look at your pending changes. You should have changes to the solution file and a rename operation on the project folder.
  9. Do a rebuild and make sure everything compiles correctly. If you had inter-project references to the project you renamed, you need to add them again to the individual projects that referenced it.
  10. You should be all set now. Go and check everything in.

The above guide worked for me. If it doesn't work for you, try and delete your local solution completely, and remove the folder mapping in your workspace. Restart Visual Studio just in case. Make sure you actually deleted the whole solution from your computer. Now readd the solution mapping to your workspace and get the latest version. Now try the above steps. The same applies if something goes wrong while following the above steps. Just delete your solution locally and get the latest source, and you'll have a clean slate to work with.

If you're still having problems, make sure that you haven't changed anything manually in the solution file, or trying other 'tricks' before trying the above steps. If you have changed something and checked it in, you might want to consider doing a rollback to the point just before you started messing with the renaming of the project.

Of course, you'd also want to rename the project itself, in Solution Explorer. You can do this before the steps above, but in that case, make sure you check in that change before applying the steps above. You can also do it afterwards, but make sure you follow all the steps above first, and check in your changes before trying to rename the project name in Solution Explorer. I don't recommend trying to mix the above steps with a rename of the project name in Solution Explorer. It might work though, but I would recommand doing it in 2 separate changesets.

How to UPSERT (MERGE, INSERT ... ON DUPLICATE UPDATE) in PostgreSQL?

WITH UPD AS (UPDATE TEST_TABLE SET SOME_DATA = 'Joe' WHERE ID = 2 
RETURNING ID),
INS AS (SELECT '2', 'Joe' WHERE NOT EXISTS (SELECT * FROM UPD))
INSERT INTO TEST_TABLE(ID, SOME_DATA) SELECT * FROM INS

Tested on Postgresql 9.3

How can I get dictionary key as variable directly in Python (not by searching from value)?

You should iterate over keys with:

for key in mydictionary:
   print "key: %s , value: %s" % (key, mydictionary[key])

Converting XML to JSON using Python?

Well, probably the simplest way is just parse the XML into dictionaries and then serialize that with simplejson.

Difference of two date time in sql server

For Me This worked Perfectly Convert(varchar(8),DATEADD(SECOND,DATEDIFF(SECOND,LogInTime,LogOutTime),0),114)

and the Output is HH:MM:SS which is shown accurately in my case.

Generate an integer that is not among four billion given ones

As long as we're doing creative answers, here is another one.

Use the external sort program to sort the input file numerically. This will work for any amount of memory you may have (it will use file storage if needed). Read through the sorted file and output the first number that is missing.

How can I access global variable inside class in Python

By declaring it global inside the function that accesses it:

g_c = 0

class TestClass():
    def run(self):
        global g_c
        for i in range(10):
            g_c = 1
            print(g_c)

The Python documentation says this, about the global statement:

The global statement is a declaration which holds for the entire current code block.

What are the benefits of using C# vs F# or F# vs C#?

You're asking for a comparison between a procedural language and a functional language so I feel your question can be answered here: What is the difference between procedural programming and functional programming?

As to why MS created F# the answer is simply: Creating a functional language with access to the .Net library simply expanded their market base. And seeing how the syntax is nearly identical to OCaml, it really didn't require much effort on their part.

How to add a “readonly” attribute to an <input>?

jQuery <1.9

$('#inputId').attr('readonly', true);

jQuery 1.9+

$('#inputId').prop('readonly', true);

Read more about difference between prop and attr

How to implement Android Pull-to-Refresh

Finally, Google released an official version of the pull-to-refresh library!

It is called SwipeRefreshLayout, inside the support library, and the documentation is here:

  1. Add SwipeRefreshLayout as a parent of view which will be treated as a pull to refresh the layout. (I took ListView as an example, it can be any View like LinearLayout, ScrollView etc.)

    <android.support.v4.widget.SwipeRefreshLayout
        android:id="@+id/pullToRefresh"
        android:layout_width="match_parent"
        android:layout_height="wrap_content">
        <ListView
            android:id="@+id/listView"
            android:layout_width="match_parent"
            android:layout_height="match_parent"/>
    </android.support.v4.widget.SwipeRefreshLayout>
    
  2. Add a listener to your class

    protected void onCreate(Bundle savedInstanceState) {
        final SwipeRefreshLayout pullToRefresh = findViewById(R.id.pullToRefresh);
        pullToRefresh.setOnRefreshListener(new SwipeRefreshLayout.OnRefreshListener() {
            @Override
            public void onRefresh() {
                refreshData(); // your code
                pullToRefresh.setRefreshing(false);
            }
        });
    }
    

You can also call pullToRefresh.setRefreshing(true/false); as per your requirement.

UPDATE

Android support libraries have been deprecated and have been replaced by AndroidX. The link to the new library can be found here.

Also, you need to add the following dependency to your project:

implementation 'androidx.swiperefreshlayout:swiperefreshlayout:1.0.0'

OR

You can go to Refactor>>Migrate to AndroidX and Android Studio will handle the dependencies for you.

How to color the Git console?

As noted by @VonC, color.ui defaults to auto since Git 1.8.4


From the Unix & Linux Stackexchange question How to colorize output of git? and the answer by @Evgeny:

git config --global color.ui auto

The color.ui is a meta configuration that includes all the various color.* configurations available with git commands. This is explained in-depth in git help config.

So basically it's easier and more future proof than setting the different color.* settings separately.

In-depth explanation from the git config documentation:

color.ui: This variable determines the default value for variables such as color.diff and color.grep that control the use of color per command family. Its scope will expand as more commands learn configuration to set a default for the --color option. Set it to always if you want all output not intended for machine consumption to use color, to true or auto if you want such output to use color when written to the terminal, or to false or never if you prefer git commands not to use color unless enabled explicitly with some other configuration or the --color option.

How do you get a directory listing sorted by creation date in python?

Here is a simple couple lines that looks for extention as well as provides a sort option

def get_sorted_files(src_dir, regex_ext='*', sort_reverse=False): 
    files_to_evaluate = [os.path.join(src_dir, f) for f in os.listdir(src_dir) if re.search(r'.*\.({})$'.format(regex_ext), f)]
    files_to_evaluate.sort(key=os.path.getmtime, reverse=sort_reverse)
    return files_to_evaluate

Convert Pandas Column to DateTime

If you have more than one column to be converted you can do the following:

df[["col1", "col2", "col3"]] = df[["col1", "col2", "col3"]].apply(pd.to_datetime)

Argument list too long error for rm, cp, mv commands

Argument list too long

As this question title for cp, mv and rm, but answer stand mostly for rm.

Un*x commands

Read carefully command's man page!

For cp and mv, there is a -t switch, for target:

find . -type f -name '*.pdf' -exec cp -ait "/path to target" {} +

and

find . -type f -name '*.pdf' -exec mv -t "/path to target" {} +

Script way

There is an overall workaroung used in script:

#!/bin/bash

folder=( "/path to folder" "/path to anther folder" )

[ "$1" = "--run" ] && exec find "${target[@]}" -type f -name '*.pdf' -exec $0 {} +

for file ;do
    printf "Doing something with '%s'.\n" "$file"
done

Lock, mutex, semaphore... what's the difference?

I will try to cover it with examples:

Lock: One example where you would use lock would be a shared dictionary into which items (that must have unique keys) are added.
The lock would ensure that one thread does not enter the mechanism of code that is checking for item being in dictionary while another thread (that is in the critical section) already has passed this check and is adding the item. If another thread tries to enter a locked code, it will wait (be blocked) until the object is released.

private static readonly Object obj = new Object();

lock (obj) //after object is locked no thread can come in and insert item into dictionary on a different thread right before other thread passed the check...
{
    if (!sharedDict.ContainsKey(key))
    {
        sharedDict.Add(item);
    }
}

Semaphore: Let's say you have a pool of connections, then an single thread might reserve one element in the pool by waiting for the semaphore to get a connection. It then uses the connection and when work is done releases the connection by releasing the semaphore.

Code example that I love is one of bouncer given by @Patric - here it goes:

using System;
using System.Collections.Generic;
using System.Text;
using System.Threading;

namespace TheNightclub
{
    public class Program
    {
        public static Semaphore Bouncer { get; set; }

        public static void Main(string[] args)
        {
            // Create the semaphore with 3 slots, where 3 are available.
            Bouncer = new Semaphore(3, 3);

            // Open the nightclub.
            OpenNightclub();
        }

        public static void OpenNightclub()
        {
            for (int i = 1; i <= 50; i++)
            {
                // Let each guest enter on an own thread.
                Thread thread = new Thread(new ParameterizedThreadStart(Guest));
                thread.Start(i);
            }
        }

        public static void Guest(object args)
        {
            // Wait to enter the nightclub (a semaphore to be released).
            Console.WriteLine("Guest {0} is waiting to entering nightclub.", args);
            Bouncer.WaitOne();          

            // Do some dancing.
            Console.WriteLine("Guest {0} is doing some dancing.", args);
            Thread.Sleep(500);

            // Let one guest out (release one semaphore).
            Console.WriteLine("Guest {0} is leaving the nightclub.", args);
            Bouncer.Release(1);
        }
    }
}

Mutex It is pretty much Semaphore(1,1) and often used globally (application wide otherwise arguably lock is more appropriate). One would use global Mutex when deleting node from a globally accessible list (last thing you want another thread to do something while you are deleting the node). When you acquire Mutex if different thread tries to acquire the same Mutex it will be put to sleep till SAME thread that acquired the Mutex releases it.

Good example on creating global mutex is by @deepee

class SingleGlobalInstance : IDisposable
{
    public bool hasHandle = false;
    Mutex mutex;

    private void InitMutex()
    {
        string appGuid = ((GuidAttribute)Assembly.GetExecutingAssembly().GetCustomAttributes(typeof(GuidAttribute), false).GetValue(0)).Value.ToString();
        string mutexId = string.Format("Global\\{{{0}}}", appGuid);
        mutex = new Mutex(false, mutexId);

        var allowEveryoneRule = new MutexAccessRule(new SecurityIdentifier(WellKnownSidType.WorldSid, null), MutexRights.FullControl, AccessControlType.Allow);
        var securitySettings = new MutexSecurity();
        securitySettings.AddAccessRule(allowEveryoneRule);
        mutex.SetAccessControl(securitySettings);
    }

    public SingleGlobalInstance(int timeOut)
    {
        InitMutex();
        try
        {
            if(timeOut < 0)
                hasHandle = mutex.WaitOne(Timeout.Infinite, false);
            else
                hasHandle = mutex.WaitOne(timeOut, false);

            if (hasHandle == false)
                throw new TimeoutException("Timeout waiting for exclusive access on SingleInstance");
        }
        catch (AbandonedMutexException)
        {
            hasHandle = true;
        }
    }


    public void Dispose()
    {
        if (mutex != null)
        {
            if (hasHandle)
                mutex.ReleaseMutex();
            mutex.Dispose();
        }
    }
}

then use like:

using (new SingleGlobalInstance(1000)) //1000ms timeout on global lock
{
    //Only 1 of these runs at a time
    GlobalNodeList.Remove(node)
}

Hope this saves you some time.

Parse v. TryParse

The TryParse method allows you to test whether something is parseable. If you try Parse as in the first instance with an invalid int, you'll get an exception while in the TryParse, it returns a boolean letting you know whether the parse succeeded or not.

As a footnote, passing in null to most TryParse methods will throw an exception.

Vector erase iterator

Something that you can do with modern C++ is using "std::remove_if" and lambda expression;

This code will remove "3" of the vector

vector<int> vec {1,2,3,4,5,6};

vec.erase(std::remove_if(begin(vec),end(vec),[](int elem){return (elem == 3);}), end(vec));

How to modify memory contents using GDB?

Expanding on the answers provided here.

You can just do set idx = 1 to set a variable, but that syntax is not recommended because the variable name may clash with a set sub-command. As an example set w=1 would not be valid.

This means that you should prefer the syntax: set variable idx = 1 or set var idx = 1.

Last but not least, you can just use your trusty old print command, since it evaluates an expression. The only difference being that he also prints the result of the expression.

(gdb) p idx = 1
$1 = 1

You can read more about gdb here.

How to redirect a page using onclick event in php?

you are using onclick which is javascript event. there is two ways

Javascript

<input type="button" value="Home" class="homebutton" id="btnHome" 
onClick="window.location = 'http://google.com'" />

Or PHP

create another page as redirect.php and put

<?php header('location : google.com') ?>

and insert this link on any page within the same directory

<a href="redirect.php">google<a/>

hope this helps its simplest!!

How to subtract 2 hours from user's local time?

According to Javascript Date Documentation, you can easily do this way:

var twoHoursBefore = new Date();
twoHoursBefore.setHours(twoHoursBefore.getHours() - 2);

And don't worry about if hours you set will be out of 0..23 range. Date() object will update the date accordingly.

Python naming conventions for modules

Just nib. Name the class Nib, with a capital N. For more on naming conventions and other style advice, see PEP 8, the Python style guide.

How to skip over an element in .map()?

Why not just use a forEach loop?

_x000D_
_x000D_
let arr = ['a', 'b', 'c', 'd', 'e'];_x000D_
let filtered = [];_x000D_
_x000D_
arr.forEach(x => {_x000D_
  if (!x.includes('b')) filtered.push(x);_x000D_
});_x000D_
_x000D_
console.log(filtered)   // filtered === ['a','c','d','e'];
_x000D_
_x000D_
_x000D_

Or even simpler use filter:

const arr = ['a', 'b', 'c', 'd', 'e'];
const filtered = arr.filter(x => !x.includes('b')); // ['a','c','d','e'];

Pass a data.frame column name to a function

Another way is to use tidy evaluation approach. It is pretty straightforward to pass columns of a data frame either as strings or bare column names. See more about tidyeval here.

library(rlang)
library(tidyverse)

set.seed(123)
df <- data.frame(B = rnorm(10), D = rnorm(10))

Use column names as strings

fun3 <- function(x, ...) {
  # capture strings and create variables
  dots <- ensyms(...)
  # unquote to evaluate inside dplyr verbs
  summarise_at(x, vars(!!!dots), list(~ max(., na.rm = TRUE)))
}

fun3(df, "B")
#>          B
#> 1 1.715065

fun3(df, "B", "D")
#>          B        D
#> 1 1.715065 1.786913

Use bare column names

fun4 <- function(x, ...) {
  # capture expressions and create quosures
  dots <- enquos(...)
  # unquote to evaluate inside dplyr verbs
  summarise_at(x, vars(!!!dots), list(~ max(., na.rm = TRUE)))
}

fun4(df, B)
#>          B
#> 1 1.715065

fun4(df, B, D)
#>          B        D
#> 1 1.715065 1.786913
#>

Created on 2019-03-01 by the reprex package (v0.2.1.9000)

How do I Validate the File Type of a File Upload?

Well - you won't be able to do it server-side on post-back as the file will get submitted (uploaded) during the post-back.

I think you may be able to do it on the client using JavaScript. Personally, I use a third party component called radUpload by Telerik. It has a good client-side and server-side API, and it provides a progress bar for big file uploads.

I'm sure there are open source solutions available, too.

How to extract duration time from ffmpeg output?

For those who want to perform the same calculations with no additional software in Windows, here is the script for command line script:

set input=video.ts

ffmpeg -i "%input%" 2> output.tmp

rem search "  Duration: HH:MM:SS.mm, start: NNNN.NNNN, bitrate: xxxx kb/s"
for /F "tokens=1,2,3,4,5,6 delims=:., " %%i in (output.tmp) do (
    if "%%i"=="Duration" call :calcLength %%j %%k %%l %%m
)
goto :EOF

:calcLength
set /A s=%3
set /A s=s+%2*60
set /A s=s+%1*60*60
set /A VIDEO_LENGTH_S = s
set /A VIDEO_LENGTH_MS = s*1000 + %4
echo Video duration %1:%2:%3.%4 = %VIDEO_LENGTH_MS%ms = %VIDEO_LENGTH_S%s

Same answer posted here: How to crop last N seconds from a TS video

Django database query: How to get object by id?

In case you don't have some id, e.g., mysite.com/something/9182301, you can use get_object_or_404 importing by from django.shortcuts import get_object_or_404.

Use example:

def myFunc(request, my_pk):
    my_var = get_object_or_404(CLASS_NAME, pk=my_pk)

Usage of sys.stdout.flush() method

import sys
for x in range(10000):
    print "HAPPY >> %s <<\r" % str(x),
    sys.stdout.flush()

Inserting an image with PHP and FPDF

Please note that you should not use any png when you are testing this , first work with jpg .

$myImage = "images/logos/mylogo.jpg";  // this is where you get your Image

$pdf->Image($myImage, 5, $pdf->GetY(), 33.78);

I have never set any passwords to my keystore and alias, so how are they created?

when we run application in eclipse apk generate is sign by default Keystore which is provided by android .

But if you want to upload your application on play store you need to create your own keystore. Eclipse already provides GUI interface to create new keystore. And you also can create keystore through command line.

default alias is

androiddebugkey

How to get the stream key for twitch.tv

You will get it here (change "yourtwitch" by your twitch nickname")

http://www.twitch.tv/yourtwitch/dashboard/streamkey

The link simply moved. You can get this link on the main page of twitch.tv, click on your name then "Dashboard".

How do I upgrade PHP in Mac OS X?

best way to upgrade is compile it from source

see this tutorial that may be helful for you

http://www.computersnyou.com/2012/09/how-to-upgrade-php-in-mac-osx-compiling.html

Does Index of Array Exist

You could check if the index is less than the length of the array. This doesn't check for nulls or other odd cases where the index can be assigned a value but hasn't been given one explicitly.

Exiting from python Command Line

When you type exit in the command line, it finds the variable with that name and calls __repr__ (or __str__) on it. Usually, you'd get a result like:

<function exit at 0x00B97FB0>

But they decided to redefine that function for the exit object to display a helpful message instead. Whether or not that's a stupid behavior or not, is a subjective question, but one possible reason why it doesn't "just exit" is:

Suppose you're looking at some code in a debugger, for instance, and one of the objects references the exit function. When the debugger tries to call __repr__ on that object to display that function to you, the program suddenly stops! That would be really unexpected, and the measures to counter that might complicate things further (for instance, even if you limit that behavior to the command line, what if you try to print some object that have exit as an attribute?)

React - How to get parameter value from query string?

Not the react way, but I beleive that this one-line function can help you :)

const getQueryParams = () => window.location.search.replace('?', '').split('&').reduce((r,e) => (r[e.split('=')[0]] = decodeURIComponent(e.split('=')[1]), r), {});

Example:
URL:  ...?a=1&b=c&d=test
Code:  

>  getQueryParams()
<  {
     a: "1",
     b: "c",
     d: "test"
   }

How to navigate through textfields (Next / Done Buttons)

Solution in Swift 3.1, After connecting your textfields IBOutlets set your textfields delegate in viewDidLoad, And then navigate your action in textFieldShouldReturn

class YourViewController: UIViewController,UITextFieldDelegate {

        @IBOutlet weak var passwordTextField: UITextField!
        @IBOutlet weak var phoneTextField: UITextField!

        override func viewDidLoad() {
            super.viewDidLoad()
            self.passwordTextField.delegate = self
            self.phoneTextField.delegate = self
            // Set your return type
            self.phoneTextField.returnKeyType = .next
            self.passwordTextField.returnKeyType = .done
        }

        func textFieldShouldReturn(_ textField: UITextField) -> Bool{
            if textField == self.phoneTextField {
                self.passwordTextField.becomeFirstResponder()
            }else if textField == self.passwordTextField{
                // Call login api
                self.login()
            }
            return true
        }

    }

Global Variable in app.js accessible in routes?

I solved the same problem, but I had to write more code. I created a server.js file, that uses express to register routes. It exposes a function,register , that can be used by other modules to register their own routes. It also exposes a function, startServer , to start listening to a port

server.js

const express = require('express');
const app = express();

const register = (path,method,callback) => methodCalled(path, method, callback)

const methodCalled = (path, method, cb) => {
  switch (method) {
    case 'get':
      app.get(path, (req, res) => cb(req, res))
      break;
    ...
    ...  
    default:
      console.log("there has been an error");
  }
}

const startServer = (port) => app.listen(port, () => {console.log(`successfully started at ${port}`)})

module.exports = {
  register,
  startServer
}

In another module, use this file to create a route.

help.js

const app = require('../server');

const registerHelp = () => {
  app.register('/help','get',(req, res) => {
    res.send("This is the help section")
  }),
  app.register('/help','post',(req, res) => {
    res.send("This is the help section")
  })}

module.exports = {
  registerHelp
}

In the main file, bootstrap both.

app.js

require('./server').startServer(7000)
require('./web/help').registerHelp()

How to check if an integer is within a range of numbers in PHP?

You can use filter_var

filter_var(
    $yourInteger, 
    FILTER_VALIDATE_INT, 
    array(
        'options' => array(
            'min_range' => $min, 
            'max_range' => $max
        )
    )
);

This will also allow you to specify whether you want to allow octal and hex notation of integers. Note that the function is type-safe. 5.5 is not an integer but a float and will not validate.

Detailed tutorial about filtering data with PHP:

Open a URL in a new tab (and not a new window)

This has nothing to do with browser settings if you are trying to open a new tab from a custom function.

In this page, open a JavaScript console and type:

document.getElementById("nav-questions").setAttribute("target", "_blank");
document.getElementById("nav-questions").click();

And it will try to open a popup regardless of your settings, because the 'click' comes from a custom action.

In order to behave like an actual 'mouse click' on a link, you need to follow @spirinvladimir's advice and really create it:

document.getElementById("nav-questions").setAttribute("target", "_blank");
document.getElementById("nav-questions").dispatchEvent((function(e){
  e.initMouseEvent("click", true, true, window, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0,
                    false, false, false, false, 0, null);
  return e
}(document.createEvent('MouseEvents'))));

Here is a complete example (do not try it on jsFiddle or similar online editors, as it will not let you redirect to external pages from there):

<!DOCTYPE html>
<html>
<head>
  <style>
    #firing_div {
      margin-top: 15px;
      width: 250px;
      border: 1px solid blue;
      text-align: center;
    }
  </style>
</head>
<body>
  <a id="my_link" href="http://www.google.com"> Go to Google </a>
  <div id="firing_div"> Click me to trigger custom click </div>
</body>
<script>
  function fire_custom_click() {
    alert("firing click!");
    document.getElementById("my_link").dispatchEvent((function(e){
      e.initMouseEvent("click", true, true, window, /* type, canBubble, cancelable, view */
            0, 0, 0, 0, 0,              /* detail, screenX, screenY, clientX, clientY */
            false, false, false, false, /* ctrlKey, altKey, shiftKey, metaKey */
            0, null);                   /* button, relatedTarget */
      return e
    }(document.createEvent('MouseEvents'))));
  }
  document.getElementById("firing_div").onclick = fire_custom_click;
</script>
</html>

How to build a 'release' APK in Android Studio?

Follow this steps:

-Build
-Generate Signed Apk
-Create new

Then fill up "New Key Store" form. If you wand to change .jnk file destination then chick on destination and give a name to get Ok button. After finishing it you will get "Key store password", "Key alias", "Key password" Press next and change your the destination folder. Then press finish, thats all. :)

enter image description here

enter image description here enter image description here

enter image description here enter image description here

What in the world are Spring beans?

First let us understand Spring:

Spring is a lightweight and flexible framework.

Analogy:
enter image description here

Bean: is an object, which is created, managed and destroyed in Spring Container. We can inject an object into the Spring Container through the metadata(either xml or annotation), which is called inversion of control.

Analogy: Let us assume farmer is having a farmland cultivating by seeds(or beans). Here, Farmer is Spring Framework, Farmland land is Spring Container, Beans are Spring Beans, Cultivating is Spring Processors.

enter image description here

Like bean life-cycle, spring beans too having it's own life-cycle.

enter image description here

enter image description here

img source

Following is sequence of a bean lifecycle in Spring:

  • Instantiate: First the spring container finds the bean’s definition from the XML file and instantiates the bean.

  • Populate properties: Using the dependency injection, spring populates all of the properties as specified in the bean definition.

  • Set Bean Name: If the bean implements BeanNameAware interface, spring passes the bean’s id to setBeanName() method.

  • Set Bean factory: If Bean implements BeanFactoryAware interface, spring passes the beanfactory to setBeanFactory() method.

  • Pre-Initialization: Also called post process of bean. If there are any bean BeanPostProcessors associated with the bean, Spring calls postProcesserBeforeInitialization() method.

  • Initialize beans: If the bean implements IntializingBean,its afterPropertySet() method is called. If the bean has init method declaration, the specified initialization method is called.

  • Post-Initialization: – If there are any BeanPostProcessors associated with the bean, their postProcessAfterInitialization() methods will be called.

  • Ready to use: Now the bean is ready to use by the application

  • Destroy: If the bean implements DisposableBean, it will call the destroy() method

Call a function on click event in Angular 2

The line in your controller code, which reads $scope.myFunc={ should be $scope.myFunc = function() { the function() part is important to indicate, it is a function!

The updated controller code would be

app.controller('myCtrl',['$scope',function($cope){
    $scope.myFunc = function() {
    console.log("function called");
  };
}]);

How do I REALLY reset the Visual Studio window layout?

If you have an old backup copy of CurrentSettings.vssettings, you can try restoring it.

I had a completely corrupted Visual Studio layout. When I tried to enter debug, I was told that VS had become unstable. When I restarted, my window layout would then be totally screwed. I tried restoring the VS current user settings in the registry from a backup, but that didn't help. However, restoring CurrentSettings.vssettings seems to have cured it.

There seems to be a bunch of binary stuff in there and I can imagine it gets irretrievably corrupted sometimes.

Word-wrap in an HTML table

As mentioned, putting the text within div almost works. You just have to specify the width of the div, which is fortunate for layouts which are static.

This works on FF 3.6, IE 8, Chrome.

<td>
  <div style="width: 442px; word-wrap: break-word">
    <!-- Long Content Here-->
  </div>
</td>

What is the behavior difference between return-path, reply-to and from?

Another way to think about Return-Path vs Reply-To is to compare it to snail mail.

When you send an envelope in the mail, you specify a return address. If the recipient does not exist or refuses your mail, the postmaster returns the envelope back to the return address. For email, the return address is the Return-Path.

Inside of the envelope might be a letter and inside of the letter it may direct the recipient to "Send correspondence to example address". For email, the example address is the Reply-To.

In essence, a Postage Return Address is comparable to SMTP's Return-Path header and SMTP's Reply-To header is similar to the replying instructions contained in a letter.

Dynamically display a CSV file as an HTML table on a web page

XmlGrid.net has tool to convert csv to html table. Here is the link: http://xmlgrid.net/csvToHtml.html

I used your sample data, and got the following html table:

<table>
<!--Created with XmlGrid Free Online XML Editor (http://xmlgrid.net)-->
<tr>
  <td>Name</td>
  <td> Age</td>
  <td> Sex</td>
</tr>
<tr>
  <td>Cantor, Georg</td>
  <td> 163</td>
  <td> M</td>
</tr>
</table>

Protect .NET code from reverse engineering?

There is a detailed comparison sheet for several .Net obfuscation tools.

enter image description here

Screenshoot taken from obfuscators.io

Mockito: Mock private field initialization

Following code can be used to initialize mapper in REST client mock. The mapper field is private and needs to be set during unit test setup.

import org.mockito.internal.util.reflection.FieldSetter;

new FieldSetter(client, Client.class.getDeclaredField("mapper")).set(new Mapper());

batch file Copy files with certain extensions from multiple directories into one directory

In a batch file solution

for /R c:\source %%f in (*.xml) do copy %%f x:\destination\

The code works as such;

for each file for in directory c:\source and subdirectories /R that match pattern (\*.xml) put the file name in variable %%f, then for each file do copy file copy %%f to destination x:\\destination\\

Just tested it here on my Windows XP computer and it worked like a treat for me. But I typed it into command prompt so I used the single %f variable name version, as described in the linked question above.

How to empty the content of a div

you can .remove() each child:

const div = document.querySelector('div.my-div')
while(div.firstChild) div.firstChild.remove()

Usage of \b and \r in C

The characters are exactly as documented - \b equates to a character code of 0x08 and \r equates to 0x0d. The thing that varies is how your OS reacts to those characters. Back when displays were trying to emulate an old teletype those actions were standardized, but they are less useful in modern environments and compatibility is not guaranteed.

Difference between JPanel, JFrame, JComponent, and JApplet

Those classes are common extension points for Java UI designs. First off, realize that they don't necessarily have much to do with each other directly, so trying to find a relationship between them might be counterproductive.

JApplet - A base class that let's you write code that will run within the context of a browser, like for an interactive web page. This is cool and all but it brings limitations which is the price for it playing nice in the real world. Normally JApplet is used when you want to have your own UI in a web page. I've always wondered why people don't take advantage of applets to store state for a session so no database or cookies are needed.

JComponent - A base class for objects which intend to interact with Swing.

JFrame - Used to represent the stuff a window should have. This includes borders (resizeable y/n?), titlebar (App name or other message), controls (minimize/maximize allowed?), and event handlers for various system events like 'window close' (permit app to exit yet?).

JPanel - Generic class used to gather other elements together. This is more important with working with the visual layout or one of the provided layout managers e.g. gridbaglayout, etc. For example, you have a textbox that is bigger then the area you have reserved. Put the textbox in a scrolling pane and put that pane into a JPanel. Then when you place the JPanel, it will be more manageable in terms of layout.

XAMPP keeps showing Dashboard/Welcome Page instead of the Configuration Page

This works in Windows; didn't check Linux but don't see why it wouldn't work. Download the zip files for 5.6.8 portable. Unzip the files and copy the xampp/htdocs to the xampp/htdocs in your install directory.

How to use basic authorization in PHP curl

Can you try this,

 $ch = curl_init($url);
 ...
 curl_setopt($ch, CURLOPT_USERPWD, $username . ":" . $password);  
 ...

REF: http://php.net/manual/en/function.curl-setopt.php

"405 method not allowed" in IIS7.5 for "PUT" method

To prevent WebDav from getting enabled at all, remove the following entry from the ApplicationHost.config: <add name="WebDAVModule" />

The entry is located in the modules section.

Exact location of the config: C:\Windows\System32\inetsrv\config\applicationHost.config

multiple figure in latex with captions

Below is an example of multiple figures that I used recently in Latex. You need to call these packages

\usepackage{graphicx}
\usepackage{subfig})


\begin{figure}[H]%

    \centering

    \subfloat[Row1]{{\includegraphics[scale=.36]{1.png} }}%

    \subfloat[Row2]{{\includegraphics[scale=.36]{2.png} }}%

    \subfloat[Row3]{{\includegraphics[scale=.36]{3.png} }}%
    \hfill
    \subfloat[Row4]{{\includegraphics[scale=0.37]{4.png} }}%

    \subfloat[Row5]{{\includegraphics[scale=0.37]{5.png} }}%

    \caption{Multiple figures in latex.}%

    \label{fig:MFL}%

\end{figure}

Remove old Fragment from fragment manager

Probably you instance old fragment it is keeping a reference. See this interesting article Memory leaks in Android — identify, treat and avoid

If you use addToBackStack, this keeps a reference to instance fragment avoiding to Garbage Collector erase the instance. The instance remains in fragments list in fragment manager. You can see the list by

ArrayList<Fragment> fragmentList = fragmentManager.getFragments();

The next code is not the best solution (because don´t remove the old fragment instance in order to avoid memory leaks) but removes the old fragment from fragmentManger fragment list

int index = fragmentManager.getFragments().indexOf(oldFragment);
fragmentManager.getFragments().set(index, null);

You cannot remove the entry in the arrayList because apparenly FragmentManager works with index ArrayList to get fragment.

I usually use this code for working with fragmentManager

public void replaceFragment(Fragment fragment, Bundle bundle) {

    if (bundle != null)
        fragment.setArguments(bundle);

    FragmentManager fragmentManager = getSupportFragmentManager();
    FragmentTransaction fragmentTransaction = fragmentManager.beginTransaction();
    Fragment oldFragment = fragmentManager.findFragmentByTag(fragment.getClass().getName());

    //if oldFragment already exits in fragmentManager use it
    if (oldFragment != null) {
        fragment = oldFragment;
    }

    fragmentTransaction.replace(R.id.frame_content_main, fragment, fragment.getClass().getName());

    fragmentTransaction.setTransition(FragmentTransaction.TRANSIT_FRAGMENT_FADE);

    fragmentTransaction.commit();
}

Node.js: what is ENOSPC error and how to solve?

For me I had reached the maximum numbers of files a user can own

Check your numbers with quota -s and that the number under files is not too close to the quota

How can I create a product key for my C# application?

Whether it's trivial or hard to crack, I'm not sure that it really makes much of a difference.

The likelihood of your app being cracked is far more proportional to its usefulness rather than the strength of the product key handling.

Personally, I think there are two classes of user. Those who pay. Those who don't. The ones that do will likely do so with even the most trivial protection. Those who don't will wait for a crack or look elsewhere. Either way, it won't get you any more money.

Defining static const integer members in class definition

My understanding is that C++ allows static const members to be defined inside a class so long as it's an integer type.

You are sort of correct. You are allowed to initialize static const integrals in the class declaration but that is not a definition.

http://publib.boulder.ibm.com/infocenter/comphelp/v8v101/index.jsp?topic=/com.ibm.xlcpp8a.doc/language/ref/cplr038.htm

Interestingly, if I comment out the call to std::min, the code compiles and links just fine (even though test::N is also referenced on the previous line).

Any idea as to what's going on?

std::min takes its parameters by const reference. If it took them by value you'd not have this problem but since you need a reference you also need a definition.

Here's chapter/verse:

9.4.2/4 - If a static data member is of const integral or const enumeration type, its declaration in the class definition can specify a constant-initializer which shall be an integral constant expression (5.19). In that case, the member can appear in integral constant expressions. The member shall still be defined in a namespace scope if it is used in the program and the namespace scope definition shall not contain an initializer.

See Chu's answer for a possible workaround.

How to specify the download location with wget?

Make sure you have the URL correct for whatever you are downloading. First of all, URLs with characters like ? and such cannot be parsed and resolved. This will confuse the cmd line and accept any characters that aren't resolved into the source URL name as the file name you are downloading into.

For example:

wget "sourceforge.net/projects/ebosse/files/latest/download?source=typ_redirect"

will download into a file named, ?source=typ_redirect.

As you can see, knowing a thing or two about URLs helps to understand wget.

I am booting from a hirens disk and only had Linux 2.6.1 as a resource (import os is unavailable). The correct syntax that solved my problem downloading an ISO onto the physical hard drive was:

wget "(source url)" -O (directory where HD was mounted)/isofile.iso" 

One could figure the correct URL by finding at what point wget downloads into a file named index.html (the default file), and has the correct size/other attributes of the file you need shown by the following command:

wget "(source url)"

Once that URL and source file is correct and it is downloading into index.html, you can stop the download (ctrl + z) and change the output file by using:

-O "<specified download directory>/filename.extension"

after the source url.

In my case this results in downloading an ISO and storing it as a binary file under isofile.iso, which hopefully mounts.

Check if a given key already exists in a dictionary

You don't have to call keys:

if 'key1' in dict:
  print("blah")
else:
  print("boo")

That will be much faster as it uses the dictionary's hashing as opposed to doing a linear search, which calling keys would do.

How to open a link in new tab (chrome) using Selenium WebDriver?

Selenium can only automate on the WebElements of the browser. Opening a new tab is an operation performed on the webBrowser which is a stand alone application. For doing this you can make use of the Robot class from the java.util.* package which can perform operations using the keyboard regardless of what type of application it is. So here's the code for your operation. Note that you cannot automate stand alone applications using the Robot class but you can perform keyboard or mouse operations

System.setProperty("webdriver.chrome.driver","softwares\\chromedriver_win32\\chromedriver.exe"); 
WebDriver driver = new ChromeDriver();
driver.manage().timeouts().implicitlyWait(20,TimeUnit.SECONDS);
driver.manage().window().maximize();
driver.get("http://www.google.com");
Robot rob = new Robot();
rob.keyPress(keyEvent.VK_CONTROL);
rob.keyPress(keyEvent.VK_T);
rob.keyRelease(keyEvent.VK_CONTROL);
rob.keyRelease(keyEvent.VK_T);

After this step you will need a window iterator to switch to the new tab:

Set <String> ids = driver.getWindowHandles();
Iterator <String> it = ids.iterator();
String currentWindow = it.next();
String newWindow = it.next();
driver.switchTo().window(newWindow);
driver.findElement(By.linkText("www.facebook.com")).sendKeys(selectLinkOpeninNewTab);

Access a URL and read Data with R

scan can read from a web page automatically; you don't necessarily have to mess with connections.

write newline into a file

Change the lines

if(nodeValue!=null)
    fop.write(nodeValue.getBytes());

fop.flush();

to

if(nodeValue!=null) {
    fop.write(nodeValue.getBytes());
    fop.write(System.getProperty("line.separator").getBytes());
}

fop.flush();

Update to address your edit:

In order to write each word on a different line, you need to split up your input string and then write each word separately.

private static void GetText(String nodeValue) throws IOException {

    if(!file3.exists()) {
        file3.createNewFile();
    }

    FileOutputStream fop=new FileOutputStream(file3,true);
    if(nodeValue!=null)
        for(final String s : nodeValue.split(" ")){
            fop.write(s.getBytes());
            fop.write(System.getProperty("line.separator").getBytes());
        }
    }

    fop.flush();
    fop.close();

}

What is .htaccess file?

It is not so easy to give out specific addresses to people say for a conference or a specific project or product. It could be more secure to prevent hacking such as SQL injection attacks etc.

send/post xml file using curl command line

With Jenkins 1.494, I was able to send a file to a job parameter on Ubuntu Linux 12.10 using curl with --form parameters:

curl --form name=myfileparam --form file=@/local/path/to/your/file.xml \
  -Fjson='{"parameter": {"name": "myfileparam", "file": "file"}}' \
  -Fsubmit=Build \
  http://user:password@jenkinsserver/job/jobname/build

On the Jenkins server, I configured a job that accepts a single parameter: a file upload parameter named myfileparam.

The first line of that curl call constructs a web form with a parameter named myfileparam (same as in the job); its value will be the contents of a file on the local file system named /local/path/to/your/file.txt. The @ symbol prefix tells curl to send a local file instead of the given filename.

The second line defines a JSON request that matches the form parameters on line one: a file parameter named myfileparam.

The third line activates the form's Build button. The forth line is the job URL with the "/build" suffix.

If this call is successful, curl returns 0. If it is unsuccessful, the error or exception from the service is printed to the console. This answer takes a lot from an old blog post relating to Hudson, which I deconstructed and re-worked for my own needs.

Getting values from JSON using Python

What error is it giving you?

If you do exactly this:

data = json.loads('{"lat":444, "lon":555}')

Then:

data['lat']

SHOULD NOT give you any error at all.

How can I make XSLT work in chrome?

I tried putting the file in the wwwroot. So when accessing the page in Chrome, this is the address localhost/yourpage.xml.

python : list index out of range error while iteratively popping elements

You are reducing the length of your list l as you iterate over it, so as you approach the end of your indices in the range statement, some of those indices are no longer valid.

It looks like what you want to do is:

l = [x for x in l if x != 0]

which will return a copy of l without any of the elements that were zero (that operation is called a list comprehension, by the way). You could even shorten that last part to just if x, since non-zero numbers evaluate to True.

There is no such thing as a loop termination condition of i < len(l), in the way you've written the code, because len(l) is precalculated before the loop, not re-evaluated on each iteration. You could write it in such a way, however:

i = 0
while i < len(l):
   if l[i] == 0:
       l.pop(i)
   else:
       i += 1

Struct memory layout in C

It's implementation-specific, but in practice the rule (in the absence of #pragma pack or the like) is:

  • Struct members are stored in the order they are declared. (This is required by the C99 standard, as mentioned here earlier.)
  • If necessary, padding is added before each struct member, to ensure correct alignment.
  • Each primitive type T requires an alignment of sizeof(T) bytes.

So, given the following struct:

struct ST
{
   char ch1;
   short s;
   char ch2;
   long long ll;
   int i;
};
  • ch1 is at offset 0
  • a padding byte is inserted to align...
  • s at offset 2
  • ch2 is at offset 4, immediately after s
  • 3 padding bytes are inserted to align...
  • ll at offset 8
  • i is at offset 16, right after ll
  • 4 padding bytes are added at the end so that the overall struct is a multiple of 8 bytes. I checked this on a 64-bit system: 32-bit systems may allow structs to have 4-byte alignment.

So sizeof(ST) is 24.

It can be reduced to 16 bytes by rearranging the members to avoid padding:

struct ST
{
   long long ll; // @ 0
   int i;        // @ 8
   short s;      // @ 12
   char ch1;     // @ 14
   char ch2;     // @ 15
} ST;

Bootstrap 3.0 - Fluid Grid that includes Fixed Column Sizes

There's really no easy way to mix fluid and fixed widths with Bootstrap 3. It's meant to be like this, as the grid system is designed to be a fluid, responsive thing. You could try hacking something up, but it would go against what the Responsive Grid system is trying to do, the intent of which is to make that layout flow across different device types.

If you need to stick with this layout, I'd consider laying out your page with custom CSS and not using the grid.

'Access denied for user 'root'@'localhost' (using password: NO)'

This is basically a more detailed version of a previous answer.

In your Terminal, go to the location of your utility program, mysqladmin

For example, if you were doing local development and using an application like M/W/XAMP, you might go to the directory:

/Applications/MAMP/Library/bin

This is where mysqladmin resides.

If you're not using an application like MAMP, you may also be able to find your local installation of mysql at: /usr/local/mysql

And then if you go to: /usr/local/mysql/bin/

You are in the directory where mysqladmin resides.

Then, to change the password, you will do the following:

  1. At your Terminal prompt enter the exact command below (aka copy and paste) and press enter. The word "password" is part of the command, so don't be confused and come to the conclusion that you need to replace this word with some password you created previously or want to use in the future. You will have a chance to enter a new password soon enough, but it's not in this first command that you will do that:

    ./mysqladmin -u root -p password

  2. The Terminal will ask you to enter your original or initial password, not a new one yet. From the above image you provided, it looks like you have one already created, so enter it here:

Enter password: oldpassword

  1. The Terminal will ask you to enter a new password. Type it here and press enter:

New password: newpassword

  1. Then the Terminal will ask you to confirm the new password. Type it here and press enter:

Confirm new password: newpassword

Reset or restart your Terminal.

In some cases, as with M/W/XAMP, you will have to update this new password in various files in order to get your application running properly again.

Checking if jquery is loaded using Javascript

You can just type window.jQuery in Console . If it return a function(e,n) ... Then it is confirmed that the jquery is loaded and working successfully.

How to get the PYTHONPATH in shell?

You can also try this:

Python 2.x:
python -c "import sys; print '\n'.join(sys.path)"

Python 3.x:
python3 -c "import sys; print('\n'.join(sys.path))"

The output will be more readable and clean, like so:

/System/Library/Frameworks/Python.framework/Versions/2.7/lib/python27.zip /System/Library/Frameworks/Python.framework/Versions/2.7/lib/python2.7 /System/Library/Frameworks/Python.framework/Versions/2.7/lib/python2.7/plat-darwin /System/Library/Frameworks/Python.framework/Versions/2.7/lib/python2.7/plat-mac /System/Library/Frameworks/Python.framework/Versions/2.7/lib/python2.7/plat-mac/lib-scriptpackages /System/Library/Frameworks/Python.framework/Versions/2.7/lib/python2.7/lib-tk /System/Library/Frameworks/Python.framework/Versions/2.7/lib/python2.7/lib-old /System/Library/Frameworks/Python.framework/Versions/2.7/lib/python2.7/lib-dynload /Library/Python/2.7/site-packages /System/Library/Frameworks/Python.framework/Versions/2.7/Extras/lib/python /System/Library/Frameworks/Python.framework/Versions/2.7/Extras/lib/python/PyObjC

How to dynamic new Anonymous Class?

Of cause it's possible to create dynamic classes using very cool ExpandoObject class. But recently I worked on project and faced that Expando Object is serealized in not the same format on xml as an simple Anonymous class, it was pity =( , that is why I decided to create my own class and share it with you. It's using reflection and dynamic directive , builds Assembly, Class and Instance truly dynamicly. You can add, remove and change properties that is included in your class on fly Here it is :

using System;
using System.Collections.Generic;
using System.Linq;
using System.Reflection;
using System.Reflection.Emit;
using static YourNamespace.DynamicTypeBuilderTest;

namespace YourNamespace
{

    /// This class builds Dynamic Anonymous Classes

    public class DynamicTypeBuilderTest
    {    
        ///   
        /// Create instance based on any Source class as example based on PersonalData
        ///
        public static object CreateAnonymousDynamicInstance(PersonalData personalData, Type dynamicType, List<ClassDescriptorKeyValue> classDescriptionList)
        {
            var obj = Activator.CreateInstance(dynamicType);

            var propInfos = dynamicType.GetProperties();

            classDescriptionList.ForEach(x => SetValueToProperty(obj, propInfos, personalData, x));

            return obj;
        }

        private static void SetValueToProperty(object obj, PropertyInfo[] propInfos, PersonalData aisMessage, ClassDescriptorKeyValue description)
        {
            propInfos.SingleOrDefault(x => x.Name == description.Name)?.SetValue(obj, description.ValueGetter(aisMessage), null);
        }

        public static dynamic CreateAnonymousDynamicType(string entityName, List<ClassDescriptorKeyValue> classDescriptionList)
        {
            AssemblyName asmName = new AssemblyName();
            asmName.Name = $"{entityName}Assembly";
            AssemblyBuilder assemblyBuilder = AssemblyBuilder.DefineDynamicAssembly(asmName, AssemblyBuilderAccess.RunAndCollect);

            ModuleBuilder moduleBuilder = assemblyBuilder.DefineDynamicModule($"{asmName.Name}Module");

            TypeBuilder typeBuilder = moduleBuilder.DefineType($"{entityName}Dynamic", TypeAttributes.Public);

            classDescriptionList.ForEach(x => CreateDynamicProperty(typeBuilder, x));

            return typeBuilder.CreateTypeInfo().AsType();
        }

        private static void CreateDynamicProperty(TypeBuilder typeBuilder, ClassDescriptorKeyValue description)
        {
            CreateDynamicProperty(typeBuilder, description.Name, description.Type);
        }

        ///
        ///Creation Dynamic property (from MSDN) with some Magic
        ///
        public static void CreateDynamicProperty(TypeBuilder typeBuilder, string name, Type propType)
        {
            FieldBuilder fieldBuider = typeBuilder.DefineField($"{name.ToLower()}Field",
                                                            propType,
                                                            FieldAttributes.Private);

            PropertyBuilder propertyBuilder = typeBuilder.DefineProperty(name,
                                                             PropertyAttributes.HasDefault,
                                                             propType,
                                                             null);

            MethodAttributes getSetAttr =
                MethodAttributes.Public | MethodAttributes.SpecialName |
                    MethodAttributes.HideBySig;

            MethodBuilder methodGetBuilder =
                typeBuilder.DefineMethod($"get_{name}",
                                           getSetAttr,
                                           propType,
                                           Type.EmptyTypes);

            ILGenerator methodGetIL = methodGetBuilder.GetILGenerator();

            methodGetIL.Emit(OpCodes.Ldarg_0);
            methodGetIL.Emit(OpCodes.Ldfld, fieldBuider);
            methodGetIL.Emit(OpCodes.Ret);

            MethodBuilder methodSetBuilder =
                typeBuilder.DefineMethod($"set_{name}",
                                           getSetAttr,
                                           null,
                                           new Type[] { propType });

            ILGenerator methodSetIL = methodSetBuilder.GetILGenerator();

            methodSetIL.Emit(OpCodes.Ldarg_0);
            methodSetIL.Emit(OpCodes.Ldarg_1);
            methodSetIL.Emit(OpCodes.Stfld, fieldBuider);
            methodSetIL.Emit(OpCodes.Ret);

            propertyBuilder.SetGetMethod(methodGetBuilder);
            propertyBuilder.SetSetMethod(methodSetBuilder);

        }

        public class ClassDescriptorKeyValue
        {
            public ClassDescriptorKeyValue(string name, Type type, Func<PersonalData, object> valueGetter)
            {
                Name = name;
                ValueGetter = valueGetter;
                Type = type;
            }

            public string Name;
            public Type Type;
            public Func<PersonalData, object> ValueGetter;
        }

        ///
        ///Your Custom class description based on any source class for example
        /// PersonalData
        public static IEnumerable<ClassDescriptorKeyValue> GetAnonymousClassDescription(bool includeAddress, bool includeFacebook)
        {
            yield return new ClassDescriptorKeyValue("Id", typeof(string), x => x.Id);
            yield return new ClassDescriptorKeyValue("Name", typeof(string), x => x.FirstName);
            yield return new ClassDescriptorKeyValue("Surname", typeof(string), x => x.LastName);
            yield return new ClassDescriptorKeyValue("Country", typeof(string), x => x.Country);
            yield return new ClassDescriptorKeyValue("Age", typeof(int?), x => x.Age);
            yield return new ClassDescriptorKeyValue("IsChild", typeof(bool), x => x.Age < 21);

            if (includeAddress)
                yield return new ClassDescriptorKeyValue("Address", typeof(string), x => x?.Contacts["Address"]);
            if (includeFacebook)
                yield return new ClassDescriptorKeyValue("Facebook", typeof(string), x => x?.Contacts["Facebook"]);
        }

        ///
        ///Source Data Class for example
        /// of cause you can use any other class
        public class PersonalData
        { 
            public int Id { get; set; }
            public string FirstName { get; set; }
            public string LastName { get; set; }
            public string Country { get; set; }
            public int Age { get; set; }

            public Dictionary<string, string> Contacts { get; set; }
        }

    }
}

It is also very simple to use DynamicTypeBuilder, you just need put few lines like this:

    public class ExampleOfUse
    {
        private readonly bool includeAddress;
        private readonly bool includeFacebook;
        private readonly dynamic dynamicType;
        private readonly List<ClassDescriptorKeyValue> classDiscriptionList;
        public ExampleOfUse(bool includeAddress = false, bool includeFacebook = false)
        {
            this.includeAddress = includeAddress;
            this.includeFacebook = includeFacebook;
            this.classDiscriptionList = DynamicTypeBuilderTest.GetAnonymousClassDescription(includeAddress, includeFacebook).ToList();
            this.dynamicType = DynamicTypeBuilderTest.CreateAnonymousDynamicType("VeryPrivateData", this.classDiscriptionList);
        }

        public object Map(PersonalData privateInfo)
        {
            object dynamicObject = DynamicTypeBuilderTest.CreateAnonymousDynamicInstance(privateInfo, this.dynamicType, classDiscriptionList);

            return dynamicObject;
        }

    }

I hope that this code snippet help somebody =) Enjoy!

How to create a directory in Java?

With Java 7, you can use Files.createDirectories().

For instance:

Files.createDirectories(Paths.get("/path/to/directory"));

Move column by name to front of table in pandas

Here is a very simple answer to this.

Don't forget the two (()) 'brackets' around columns names.Otherwise, it'll give you an error.


# here you can add below line and it should work 
df = df[list(('Mid','Upper', 'Lower', 'Net','Zsore'))]
df

                             Mid   Upper   Lower  Net  Zsore
Answer option                                                
More than once a day          2   0.22%  -0.12%   0%    65 
Once a day                    3   0.32%  -0.19%   0%    45
Several times a week          4   2.45%   1.10%   2%    78
Once a week                   6   1.63%  -0.40%   1%    65

How to avoid Number Format Exception in java?

In Java there's sadly no way you can avoid using the parseInt function and just catching the exception. Well you could theoretically write your own parser that checks if it's a number, but then you don't need parseInt at all anymore.

The regex method is problematic because nothing stops somebody from including a number > INTEGER.MAX_VALUE which will pass the regex test but still fail.

How to use GROUP BY to concatenate strings in MySQL?

SELECT id, GROUP_CONCAT(name SEPARATOR ' ') FROM table GROUP BY id;

:- In MySQL, you can get the concatenated values of expression combinations . To eliminate duplicate values, use the DISTINCT clause. To sort values in the result, use the ORDER BY clause. To sort in reverse order, add the DESC (descending) keyword to the name of the column you are sorting by in the ORDER BY clause. The default is ascending order; this may be specified explicitly using the ASC keyword. The default separator between values in a group is comma (“,”). To specify a separator explicitly, use SEPARATOR followed by the string literal value that should be inserted between group values. To eliminate the separator altogether, specify SEPARATOR ''.

GROUP_CONCAT([DISTINCT] expr [,expr ...]
             [ORDER BY {unsigned_integer | col_name | expr}
                 [ASC | DESC] [,col_name ...]]
             [SEPARATOR str_val])

OR

mysql> SELECT student_name,
    ->     GROUP_CONCAT(DISTINCT test_score
    ->               ORDER BY test_score DESC SEPARATOR ' ')
    ->     FROM student
    ->     GROUP BY student_name;

Unsupported operation :not writeable python

You open the variable "file" as a read only then attempt to write to it:

file = open('ValidEmails.txt','r')

Instead, use the 'w' flag.

file = open('ValidEmails.txt','w')
...
file.write(email)

Npm Please try using this command again as root/administrator

You should run cmd.exe as administrator.

Follow the following steps:

  • Click Start, click All Programs, and then click Accessories.
  • Right-click Command prompt, and then click Run as administrator.

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

Assume you have the following Home route definition

<Route exact path="/" render={routeProps => (
   <Home routeProps={routeProps}/>
)}/>

{/*optional catch-all router */}
<Route render={routeProps => (
       <div><h4>404 not found</h4></div>
)}/>

At your Home component, you can intercept the request at ComponentWillMount event,

const searchPath = this.props.routeProps.location.search;

if (searchPath){
    this.props.routeProps.history.push("/" + searchPath.replace("?",""));
}
else{
    /*.... originally Home event */
}

Now, instead of calling /joblist at url, you can request /?joblist, and the Component will auto redirect the request to /joblist (take note the extra question mark in the path)