Programs & Examples On #Tokenize

Tokenizing is the act of splitting a string into discrete elements called tokens.

How to use stringstream to separate comma separated strings

#include <iostream>
#include <sstream>

std::string input = "abc,def,ghi";
std::istringstream ss(input);
std::string token;

while(std::getline(ss, token, ',')) {
    std::cout << token << '\n';
}

abc
def
ghi

How to get rid of punctuation using NLTK tokenizer?

Take a look at the other tokenizing options that nltk provides here. For example, you can define a tokenizer that picks out sequences of alphanumeric characters as tokens and drops everything else:

from nltk.tokenize import RegexpTokenizer

tokenizer = RegexpTokenizer(r'\w+')
tokenizer.tokenize('Eighty-seven miles to go, yet.  Onward!')

Output:

['Eighty', 'seven', 'miles', 'to', 'go', 'yet', 'Onward']

How do I tokenize a string in C++?

A solution using regex_token_iterators:

#include <iostream>
#include <regex>
#include <string>

using namespace std;

int main()
{
    string str("The quick brown fox");

    regex reg("\\s+");

    sregex_token_iterator iter(str.begin(), str.end(), reg, -1);
    sregex_token_iterator end;

    vector<string> vec(iter, end);

    for (auto a : vec)
    {
        cout << a << endl;
    }
}

Is there a function to split a string in PL/SQL?

You can use regexp_substr(). Example:

create or replace type splitTable_Type is table of varchar2(100);

declare
    l_split_table splitTable_Type;
begin
  select
      regexp_substr('SMITH,ALLEN,WARD,JONES','[^,]+', 1, level)
  bulk collect into
      l_split_table
  from dual
  connect by
      regexp_substr('SMITH,ALLEN,WARD,JONES', '[^,]+', 1, level) is not null;
end;

The query iterates through the comma separated string, searches for the comma (,) and then splits the string by treating the comma as delimiter. It returns the string as a row, whenever it hits a delimiter.

level in statement regexp_substr('SMITH,ALLEN,WARD,JONES','[^,]+', 1, level) refers to a pseudocolumn in Oracle which is used in a hierarchical query to identify the hierarchy level in numeric format: level in connect by

How to split a string in shell and get the last field

One way:

var1="1:2:3:4:5"
var2=${var1##*:}

Another, using an array:

var1="1:2:3:4:5"
saveIFS=$IFS
IFS=":"
var2=($var1)
IFS=$saveIFS
var2=${var2[@]: -1}

Yet another with an array:

var1="1:2:3:4:5"
saveIFS=$IFS
IFS=":"
var2=($var1)
IFS=$saveIFS
count=${#var2[@]}
var2=${var2[$count-1]}

Using Bash (version >= 3.2) regular expressions:

var1="1:2:3:4:5"
[[ $var1 =~ :([^:]*)$ ]]
var2=${BASH_REMATCH[1]}

How do I read input character-by-character in Java?

Wrap your input stream in a buffered reader then use the read method to read one byte at a time until the end of stream.

import java.io.BufferedReader;
import java.io.IOException;
import java.io.InputStreamReader;

public class Reader {

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

        BufferedReader buffer = new BufferedReader(
                 new InputStreamReader(System.in));
        int c = 0;
        while((c = buffer.read()) != -1) {
            char character = (char) c;          
            System.out.println(character);          
        }       
    }   
}

Scanner vs. StringTokenizer vs. String.Split

String.split() works very good but has its own boundaries, like if you wanted to split a string as shown below based on single or double pipe (|) symbol, it doesn't work. In this situation you can use StringTokenizer.

ABC|IJK

Tokenizing strings in C

int not_in_delimiter(char c, char *delim){

    while(*delim != '\0'){
            if(c == *delim) return 0;
            delim++;
    }
    return 1;
}

char *token_separater(char *source, char *delimiter, char **last){

char *begin, *next_token;
char *sbegin;

/*Get the start of the token */
if(source)
  begin = source;
else
  begin = *last;

sbegin = begin;

/*Scan through the string till we find character in delimiter. */
while(*begin != '\0' && not_in_delimiter(*begin, delimiter)){
       begin++;
}

/* Check if we have reached at of the string */
if(*begin == '\0') {
/* We dont need to come further, hence return NULL*/
   *last = NULL;
    return sbegin;
}
/* Scan the string till we find a character which is not in delimiter */
 next_token  = begin;
 while(next_token != '\0' && !not_in_delimiter(*next_token, delimiter))    {
    next_token++;
 }
 /* If we have not reached at the end of the string */
 if(*next_token != '\0'){
  *last = next_token--;
  *next_token = '\0';
   return sbegin;
}
}

 void main(){

    char string[10] = "abcb_dccc";
    char delim[10] = "_";
    char *token = NULL;
    char *last = "" ;
    token  = token_separater(string, delim, &last);
    printf("%s\n", token);
    while(last){
            token  = token_separater(NULL, delim, &last);
            printf("%s\n", token);
    }

}

You can read detail analysis at blog mentioned in my profile :)

Convert comma separated string to array in PL/SQL

I was looking for a similar solution where I had multi-byte characters (hyphen, whitespace, underscore) in comma separated lists. So dbms_utility.comma_to_table didn't work for me.

declare
  curr_val varchar2 (255 byte);
  input_str varchar2 (255 byte);
  remaining_str varchar2 (255 byte);
begin
  remaining_str := input_str || ',dummy';  -- this value won't output
  while (regexp_like (remaining_str, '.+,.+'))
  loop
    curr_val := substr (remaining_str, 1, instr (remaining_str, ',') - 1);
    remaining_str = substr (remaining_str, instr (remaining_str, ',') + 1);
    dbms_output.put_line (curr_val);
  end loop;
end;

This is not an expert answer so I hope someone would improve this answer.

Tokenizing Error: java.util.regex.PatternSyntaxException, dangling metacharacter '*'

No, the problem is that * is a reserved character in regexes, so you need to escape it.

String [] separado = line.split("\\*");

* means "zero or more of the previous expression" (see the Pattern Javadocs), and you weren't giving it any previous expression, making your split expression illegal. This is why the error was a PatternSyntaxException.

How do I tokenize a string sentence in NLTK?

As @PavelAnossov answered, the canonical answer, use the word_tokenize function in nltk:

from nltk import word_tokenize
sent = "This is my text, this is a nice way to input text."
word_tokenize(sent)

If your sentence is truly simple enough:

Using the string.punctuation set, remove punctuation then split using the whitespace delimiter:

import string
x = "This is my text, this is a nice way to input text."
y = "".join([i for i in x if not in string.punctuation]).split(" ")
print y

Splitting string into multiple rows in Oracle

In Oracle 11g and later, you can use a recursive sub-query and simple string functions (which may be faster than regular expressions and correlated hierarchical sub-queries):

Oracle Setup:

CREATE TABLE table_name ( name, project, error ) as
 select 108, 'test',  'Err1, Err2, Err3' from dual union all
 select 109, 'test2', 'Err1'             from dual;

Query:

WITH table_name_error_bounds ( name, project, error, start_pos, end_pos ) AS (
  SELECT name,
         project,
         error,
         1,
         INSTR( error, ', ', 1 )
  FROM   table_name
UNION ALL
  SELECT name,
         project,
         error,
         end_pos + 2,
         INSTR( error, ', ', end_pos + 2 )
  FROM   table_name_error_bounds
  WHERE  end_pos > 0
)
SELECT name,
       project,
       CASE end_pos
       WHEN 0
       THEN SUBSTR( error, start_pos )
       ELSE SUBSTR( error, start_pos, end_pos - start_pos )
       END AS error
FROM   table_name_error_bounds

Output:

NAME | PROJECT | ERROR
---: | :------ | :----
 108 | test    | Err1 
 109 | test2   | Err1 
 108 | test    | Err2 
 108 | test    | Err3 

db<>fiddle here

Splitting comma separated string in a PL/SQL stored proc

As for the connect by use case, this approach should work for you:

select regexp_substr('SMITH,ALLEN,WARD,JONES','[^,]+', 1, level)
from dual
connect by regexp_substr('SMITH,ALLEN,WARD,JONES', '[^,]+', 1, level) is not null;

Split string with PowerShell and do something with each token

Another way to accomplish this is a combination of Justus Thane's and mklement0's answers. It doesn't make sense to do it this way when you look at a one liner example, but when you're trying to mass-edit a file or a bunch of filenames it comes in pretty handy:

$test = '   One      for the money   '
$option = [System.StringSplitOptions]::RemoveEmptyEntries
$($test.split(' ',$option)).foreach{$_}

This will come out as:

One
for
the
money

Parse (split) a string in C++ using string delimiter (standard C++)

Container splitR(const std::string& input, const std::string& delims) {
    Container out;
    size_t delims_len = delims.size();
    auto begIdx = 0;
    auto endIdx = input.find(delims, begIdx);
    if (endIdx == std::string::npos && input.size() != 0) {
        insert_in_container(out, input);
    }
    while (endIdx != std::string::npos) {
        insert_in_container(out, input.substr(begIdx, endIdx - begIdx));
        begIdx = endIdx + delims_len;
        endIdx = input.find(delims, begIdx);
        if (endIdx == std::string::npos) {
            insert_in_container(out, input.substr(begIdx, input.length() - begIdx));
        }
    }
    return out;
}

What is the easiest/best/most correct way to iterate through the characters of a string in Java?

If you need to iterate through the code points of a String (see this answer) a shorter / more readable way is to use the CharSequence#codePoints method added in Java 8:

for(int c : string.codePoints().toArray()){
    ...
}

or using the stream directly instead of a for loop:

string.codePoints().forEach(c -> ...);

There is also CharSequence#chars if you want a stream of the characters (although it is an IntStream, since there is no CharStream).

How to get the body's content of an iframe in Javascript?

use content in iframe with JS:

document.getElementById('id_iframe').contentWindow.document.write('content');

Undefined or null for AngularJS

lodash provides a shorthand method to check if undefined or null: _.isNil(yourVariable)

What is the difference between the dot (.) operator and -> in C++?

Dot operator can't be overloaded, arrow operator can be overloaded. Arrow operator is generally meant to be applied to pointers (or objects that behave like pointers, like smart pointers). Dot operator can't be applied to pointers.

EDIT When applied to pointer arrow operator is equivalent to applying dot operator to pointee e.g. ptr->field is equivalent to (*ptr).field.

Can't get Gulp to run: cannot find module 'gulp-util'

If you have a package.json, you can install all the current project dependencies using:

npm install

Save text file UTF-8 encoded with VBA

The traditional way to transform a string to a UTF-8 string is as follows:

StrConv("hello world",vbFromUnicode)

So put simply:

Dim fnum As Integer
fnum = FreeFile
Open "myfile.txt" For Output As fnum
Print #fnum, StrConv("special characters: äöüß", vbFromUnicode)
Close fnum

No special COM objects required

Why use pointers?

In java and C# all the object references are pointers, the thing with c++ is that you have more control on where you pointer points. Remember With great power comes grand responsibility.

What is the most useful script you've written for everyday life?

As a scheduled task, to copy any modified/new files from entire drive d: to backup drive g:, and to log the files copied. It helps me keep track of what I did when, as well.

justdate is a small program to prints the date and time to the screen

g:

cd \drive_d

d:

cd \

type g:\backup_d.log >> g:\logs\backup_d.log

echo ========================================== > g:\backup_d.log

d:\mu\bmutil\justdate >> g:\backup_d.log

xcopy /s /d /y /c . g:\drive_d >> g:\backup_d.log

How to write Unicode characters to the console?

It's likely that your output encoding is set to ASCII. Try using this before sending output:

Console.OutputEncoding = System.Text.Encoding.UTF8;

(MSDN link to supporting documentation.)

And here's a little console test app you may find handy:

C#

using System;
using System.Text;

public static class ConsoleOutputTest {
    public static void Main() {
        Console.OutputEncoding = System.Text.Encoding.UTF8;
        for (var i = 0; i <= 1000; i++) {
            Console.Write(Strings.ChrW(i));
            if (i % 50 == 0) { // break every 50 chars
                Console.WriteLine();
            }
        }
        Console.ReadKey();
    }
}

VB.NET

imports Microsoft.VisualBasic
imports System

public module ConsoleOutputTest 
    Sub Main()
        Console.OutputEncoding = System.Text.Encoding.UTF8
        dim i as integer
        for i = 0 to 1000
            Console.Write(ChrW(i))
            if i mod 50 = 0 'break every 50 chars 
                Console.WriteLine()
            end if
        next
    Console.ReadKey()
    End Sub
end module

It's also possible that your choice of Console font does not support that particular character. Click on the Windows Tool-bar Menu (icon like C:.) and select Properties -> Font. Try some other fonts to see if they display your character properly:

picture of console font edit

Echo a blank (empty) line to the console from a Windows batch file

Note: Though my original answer attracted several upvotes, I decided that I could do much better. You can find my original (simplistic and misguided) answer in the edit history.

If Microsoft had the intent of providing a means of outputting a blank line from cmd.exe, Microsoft surely would have documented such a simple operation. It is this omission that motivated me to ask this question.

So, because a means for outputting a blank line from cmd.exe is not documented, arguably one should consider any suggestion for how to accomplish this to be a hack. That means that there is no known method for outputting a blank line from cmd.exe that is guaranteed to work (or work efficiently) in all situations.

With that in mind, here is a discussion of methods that have been recommended for outputting a blank line from cmd.exe. All recommendations are based on variations of the echo command.


echo.

While this will work in many if not most situations, it should be avoided because it is slower than its alternatives and actually can fail (see here, here, and here). Specifically, cmd.exe first searches for a file named echo and tries to start it. If a file named echo happens to exist in the current working directory, echo. will fail with:

'echo.' is not recognized as an internal or external command,
operable program or batch file.

echo:
echo\

At the end of this answer, the author argues that these commands can be slow, for instance if they are executed from a network drive location. A specific reason for the potential slowness is not given. But one can infer that it may have something to do with accessing the file system. (Perhaps because : and \ have special meaning in a Windows file system path?)

However, some may consider these to be safe options since : and \ cannot appear in a file name. For that or another reason, echo: is recommended by SS64.com here.


echo(
echo+
echo,
echo/
echo;
echo=
echo[
echo]

This lengthy discussion includes what I believe to be all of these. Several of these options are recommended in this SO answer as well. Within the cited discussion, this post ends with what appears to be a recommendation for echo( and echo:.

My question at the top of this page does not specify a version of Windows. My experimentation on Windows 10 indicates that all of these produce a blank line, regardless of whether files named echo, echo+, echo,, ..., echo] exist in the current working directory. (Note that my question predates the release of Windows 10. So I concede the possibility that older versions of Windows may behave differently.)

In this answer, @jeb asserts that echo( always works. To me, @jeb's answer implies that other options are less reliable but does not provide any detail as to why that might be. Note that @jeb contributed much valuable content to other references I have cited in this answer.


Conclusion: Do not use echo.. Of the many other options I encountered in the sources I have cited, the support for these two appears most authoritative:

echo(
echo:

But I have not found any strong evidence that the use of either of these will always be trouble-free.


Example Usage:

@echo off
echo Here is the first line.
echo(
echo There is a blank line above this line.

Expected output:

Here is the first line.

There is a blank line above this line.

dbms_lob.getlength() vs. length() to find blob size in oracle

length and dbms_lob.getlength return the number of characters when applied to a CLOB (Character LOB). When applied to a BLOB (Binary LOB), dbms_lob.getlength will return the number of bytes, which may differ from the number of characters in a multi-byte character set.

As the documentation doesn't specify what happens when you apply length on a BLOB, I would advise against using it in that case. If you want the number of bytes in a BLOB, use dbms_lob.getlength.

Grep to find item in Perl array

You can also check single value in multiple arrays like,

if (grep /$match/, @array, @array_one, @array_two, @array_Three)
{
    print "found it\n";
}

convert float into varchar in SQL server without scientific notation

Casting or converting to VARCHAR(MAX) or anything else did not work for me using large integers (in float fields) such as 167382981, which always came out '1.67383e+008'.

What did work was STR().

Hide/Show Column in an HTML Table

Without class? You can use the Tag then:

var tds = document.getElementsByTagName('TD'),i;
for (i in tds) {
  tds[i].style.display = 'none';
}

And to show them use:

...style.display = 'table-cell';            

Encode/Decode URLs in C++

I faced the encoding half of this problem the other day. Unhappy with the available options, and after taking a look at this C sample code, i decided to roll my own C++ url-encode function:

#include <cctype>
#include <iomanip>
#include <sstream>
#include <string>

using namespace std;

string url_encode(const string &value) {
    ostringstream escaped;
    escaped.fill('0');
    escaped << hex;

    for (string::const_iterator i = value.begin(), n = value.end(); i != n; ++i) {
        string::value_type c = (*i);

        // Keep alphanumeric and other accepted characters intact
        if (isalnum(c) || c == '-' || c == '_' || c == '.' || c == '~') {
            escaped << c;
            continue;
        }

        // Any other characters are percent-encoded
        escaped << uppercase;
        escaped << '%' << setw(2) << int((unsigned char) c);
        escaped << nouppercase;
    }

    return escaped.str();
}

The implementation of the decode function is left as an exercise to the reader. :P

POST Multipart Form Data using Retrofit 2.0 including image

I am highlighting the solution in both 1.9 and 2.0 since it is useful for some

In 1.9, I think the better solution is to save the file to disk and use it as Typed file like:

RetroFit 1.9

(I don't know about your server-side implementation) have an API interface method similar to this

@POST("/en/Api/Results/UploadFile")
void UploadFile(@Part("file") TypedFile file,
                @Part("folder") String folder,
                Callback<Response> callback);

And use it like

TypedFile file = new TypedFile("multipart/form-data",
                                       new File(path));

For RetroFit 2 Use the following method

RetroFit 2.0 ( This was a workaround for an issue in RetroFit 2 which is fixed now, for the correct method refer jimmy0251's answer)

API Interface:

public interface ApiInterface {

    @Multipart
    @POST("/api/Accounts/editaccount")
    Call<User> editUser(@Header("Authorization") String authorization,
                        @Part("file\"; filename=\"pp.png\" ") RequestBody file,
                        @Part("FirstName") RequestBody fname,
                        @Part("Id") RequestBody id);
}

Use it like:

File file = new File(imageUri.getPath());

RequestBody fbody = RequestBody.create(MediaType.parse("image/*"),
                                       file);

RequestBody name = RequestBody.create(MediaType.parse("text/plain"),
                                      firstNameField.getText()
                                                    .toString());

RequestBody id = RequestBody.create(MediaType.parse("text/plain"),
                                    AZUtils.getUserId(this));

Call<User> call = client.editUser(AZUtils.getToken(this),
                                  fbody,
                                  name,
                                  id);

call.enqueue(new Callback<User>() {

    @Override
    public void onResponse(retrofit.Response<User> response,
                           Retrofit retrofit) {

        AZUtils.printObject(response.body());
    }

    @Override
    public void onFailure(Throwable t) {

        t.printStackTrace();
    }
});

Uploading into folder in FTP?

The folder is part of the URL you set when you create request: "ftp://www.contoso.com/test.htm". If you use "ftp://www.contoso.com/wibble/test.htm" then the file will be uploaded to a folder named wibble.

You may need to first use a request with Method = WebRequestMethods.Ftp.MakeDirectory to make the wibble folder if it doesn't already exist.

Fixing broken UTF-8 encoding

As Dan pointed out: you need to convert them to binary and then convert/correct the encoding.

E.g., for utf8 stored as latin1 the following SQL will fix it:

UPDATE table
   SET field = CONVERT( CAST(field AS BINARY) USING utf8)
 WHERE $broken_field_condition

How does Google calculate my location on a desktop?

It is possible get your approximate locate based on your IP address (wireless or fixed).

See for example hostip.info or maxmind which basically provide a mapping from IP address to geographical coordinates. The probably use many kinds of heuristics and datasources. This kind of system has probably enough accuracy to put you in right major city, in most cases.

Google probably uses somewhat similar approach in addition to WiFi tricks.

open the file upload dialogue box onclick the image

<!-- File input (hidden) -->
<input type="file" id="file1" style="display:none"/>    

<!-- Trigger button -->
<a href="javascript:void(0)" onClick="openSelect('#file1')">

<script type="text/javascript">                            
function openSelect(file)
{
  $(file).trigger('click');
}
</script>

How do I output lists as a table in Jupyter notebook?

A general purpose set of functions to render any python data structure (dicts and lists nested together) as HTML.

from IPython.display import HTML, display

def _render_list_html(l):
    o = []
    for e in l:
        o.append('<li>%s</li>' % _render_as_html(e))
    return '<ol>%s</ol>' % ''.join(o)

def _render_dict_html(d):
    o = []
    for k, v in d.items():
        o.append('<tr><td>%s</td><td>%s</td></tr>' % (str(k), _render_as_html(v)))
    return '<table>%s</table>' % ''.join(o)

def _render_as_html(e):
    o = []
    if isinstance(e, list):
        o.append(_render_list_html(e))
    elif isinstance(e, dict):
        o.append(_render_dict_html(e))
    else:
        o.append(str(e))
    return '<html><body>%s</body></html>' % ''.join(o)

def render_as_html(e):
    display(HTML(_render_as_html(e)))

How to read string from keyboard using C?

#include<stdio.h>

int main()
{
    char str[100];
    scanf("%[^\n]s",str);
    printf("%s",str);
    return 0;
}

input: read the string
ouput: print the string

This code prints the string with gaps as shown above.

How to efficiently remove duplicates from an array without using Set

I know this is kinda dead but I just wrote this for my own use. It's more or less the same as adding to a hashset and then pulling all the elements out of it. It should run in O(nlogn) worst case.

    public static int[] removeDuplicates(int[] numbers) {
    Entry[] entries = new Entry[numbers.length];
    int size = 0;
    for (int i = 0 ; i < numbers.length ; i++) {
        int nextVal = numbers[i];
        int index = nextVal % entries.length;
        Entry e = entries[index];
        if (e == null) {
            entries[index] = new Entry(nextVal);
            size++;
        } else {
            if(e.insert(nextVal)) {
                size++;
            }
        }
    }
    int[] result = new int[size];
    int index = 0;
    for (int i = 0 ; i < entries.length ; i++) {
        Entry current = entries[i];
        while (current != null) {
            result[i++] = current.value;
            current = current.next;
        }
    }
    return result;
}

public static class Entry {
    int value;
    Entry next;

    Entry(int value) {
        this.value = value;
    }

    public boolean insert(int newVal) {
        Entry current = this;
        Entry prev = null;
        while (current != null) {
            if (current.value == newVal) {
                return false;
            } else if(current.next != null) {
                prev = current;
                current = next;
            }
        }
        prev.next = new Entry(value);
        return true;
    }
}

Python: AttributeError: '_io.TextIOWrapper' object has no attribute 'split'

You're not reading the file content:

my_file_contents = f.read()

See the docs for further infos

You could, without calling read() or readlines() loop over your file object:

f = open('goodlines.txt')
for line in f:
    print(line)

If you want a list out of it (without \n as you asked)

my_list = [line.rstrip('\n') for line in f]

how to change listen port from default 7001 to something different?

To update the listen ports for a server: 1.Click Lock & Edit in the Change Center of the webLogic Administration Console 2.expand Environment and select Server 3.click the name of the server and select Configuration > General 4.Find Listen Port to change it 5.click Save and start server.

Eclipse Error: "Failed to connect to remote VM"

I solved it setting in Eclipse:

Windows --> Preferences --> Java --> Debug --> Debugger timeout: 10000

Before I had set "Debugger timeout: 3000" and I had problems with timeout.

What is the "hasClass" function with plain JavaScript?

Simply use classList.contains():

if (document.body.classList.contains('thatClass')) {
    // do some stuff
}

Other uses of classList:

document.body.classList.add('thisClass');
// $('body').addClass('thisClass');

document.body.classList.remove('thatClass');
// $('body').removeClass('thatClass');

document.body.classList.toggle('anotherClass');
// $('body').toggleClass('anotherClass');

Browser Support:

  • Chrome 8.0
  • Firefox 3.6
  • IE 10
  • Opera 11.50
  • Safari 5.1

classList Browser Support

When use ResponseEntity<T> and @RestController for Spring RESTful applications

To complete the answer from Sotorios Delimanolis.

It's true that ResponseEntity gives you more flexibility but in most cases you won't need it and you'll end up with these ResponseEntity everywhere in your controller thus making it difficult to read and understand.

If you want to handle special cases like errors (Not Found, Conflict, etc.), you can add a HandlerExceptionResolver to your Spring configuration. So in your code, you just throw a specific exception (NotFoundException for instance) and decide what to do in your Handler (setting the HTTP status to 404), making the Controller code more clear.

Difference between an API and SDK

How about... It's like if you wanted to install a home theatre system in your house. Using an API is like getting all the wires, screws, bits, and pieces. The possibilities are endless (constrained only by the pieces you receive), but sometimes overwhelming. An SDK is like getting a kit. You still have to put it together, but it's more like getting pre-cut pieces and instructions for an IKEA bookshelf than a box of screws.

Where can I find System.Web.Helpers, System.Web.WebPages, and System.Web.Razor?

You will find these assemblies in the Extensions group under Assemblies in Visual Studio 2010, 2012 & 2013 (Reference Manager)

Windows equivalent of OS X Keychain?

OS X keychain equivalent is Credential Manager in windows.

Working Copy Locked

Tortoise svn ->clean up

Thats all in SVN

A generic list of anonymous class

I checked the IL on several answers. This code efficiently provides an empty List:

    using System.Linq;
    …
    var list = new[]{new{Id = default(int), Name = default(string)}}.Skip(1).ToList();

How to change a table name using an SQL query?

ALTER TABLE table_name RENAME TO new_table_name; works in MySQL as well.

Screen shot of this Query run in MySQL server

Alternatively: RENAME TABLE table_name TO new_table_name; Screen shot of this Query run in MySQL server

Excel tab sheet names vs. Visual Basic sheet names

There are (at least) two different ways to get to theWorksheet object

  • via the Sheets or Worksheets collections as referenced by DanM
  • by unqualified object names

When a new workbook with three worksheets is created there will exist four objects which you can access via unqualified names: ThisWorkbook; Sheet1; Sheet2; Sheet3. This lets you write things like this:

Sheet1.Range("A1").Value = "foo"

Although this may seem like a useful shortcut, the problem comes when the worksheets are renamed. The unqualified object name remains as Sheet1 even if the worksheet is renamed to something totally different.

There is some logic to this because:

  • worksheet names don't conform to the same rules as variable names
  • you might accidentally mask an existing variable

For example (tested in Excel 2003), create a new Workbook with three worksheets. Create two modules. In one module declare this:

Public Sheet4 As Integer

In the other module put:

Sub main()

Sheet4 = 4

MsgBox Sheet4

End Sub

Run this and the message box should appear correctly.

Now add a fourth worksheet to the workbook which will create a Sheet4 object. Try running main again and this time you will get an "Object does not support this property or method" error

How do I make an auto increment integer field in Django?

You can override Django save method official doc about it.

The modified version of your code:

class Order(models.Model):
    cart = models.ForeignKey(Cart)
    add_date = models.DateTimeField(auto_now_add=True)
    order_number = models.IntegerField(default=0)  # changed here
    enable = models.BooleanField(default=True)

    def save(self, *args, **kwargs):
        self.order_number = self.order_number + 1
        super().save(*args, **kwargs)  # Call the "real" save() method.

Another way is to use signals. More one:

  1. official Django docs about pre-save
  2. stackoverflow example about using pre-save signal

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

remove android:showAsAction="never" from res/menu folder from every xml file.

A message body writer for Java type, class myPackage.B, and MIME media type, application/octet-stream, was not found

i was facing the same problem for a get method i was returning an "int" for the @get method Strangely when i change the return type to String the error was gone.Give it a try and if someone knows the logic behind it kindly share it

Android Studio - mergeDebugResources exception

It could be a faulty name of a drawable file. I had an image I was using that was named Untitled. Changing the name solved my problem.

Python Pandas counting and summing specific conditions

I usually use numpy sum over the logical condition column:

>>> import numpy as np
>>> import pandas as pd
>>> df = pd.DataFrame({'Age' : [20,24,18,5,78]})
>>> np.sum(df['Age'] > 20)
2

This seems to me slightly shorter than the solution presented above

How do you create a remote Git branch?

Here is how you do it in eclipse through Egit.

  1. Go the "Git Repository Exploring" view and expand the git project to which you want to create a branch. Under Branches -> Local .. select the branch for which you want to create the branch ( In my case I selected master .. you can select another branch if you wish) .. then right click and click on Create Branch option .. and select the checkout this project option and then click the finish button.

  2. Now from the project explorer select the project .. right click then Team -> Push Branch.

A new remote branch will be created. You can give the name of the branch to your colleagues so that they can pull it.

Get the Query Executed in Laravel 3/4

Since the profiler is not yet out in Laravel 4, I've created this helper function to see the SQL being generated:


    public static function q($all = true) 
    {
        $queries = DB::getQueryLog();

        if($all == false) {
            $last_query = end($queries);
            return $last_query;
        }

        return $queries;
    }

NOTE: Set the $all flag to false if you only want the last SQL query.

I keep this sort of functions in a class called DBH.php (short for Database Helper) so I can call it from anywhere like this:

dd(DBH::q()); 

Here is the output I get: enter image description here

In case you are wondering, I use Kint for the dd() formatting. http://raveren.github.io/kint/

The POM for project is missing, no dependency information available

The scope <scope>provided</scope> gives you an opportunity to tell that the jar would be available at runtime, so do not bundle it. It does not mean that you do not need it at compile time, hence maven would try to download that.

Now I think, the below maven artifact do not exist at all. I tries searching google, but not able to find. Hence you are getting this issue.

Change groupId to <groupId>net.sourceforge.ant4x</groupId> to get the latest jar.

<dependency>
  <groupId>net.sourceforge.ant4x</groupId>
  <artifactId>ant4x</artifactId>
  <version>${net.sourceforge.ant4x-version}</version>
  <scope>provided</scope>
</dependency>

Another solution for this problem is:

  1. Run your own maven repo.
  2. download the jar
  3. Install the jar into the repository.
  4. Add a code in your pom.xml something like:

Where http://localhost/repo is your local repo URL:

<repositories>
    <repository>
        <id>wmc-central</id>
        <url>http://localhost/repo</url>
    </repository>
    <-- Other repository config ... -->
</repositories>

jQuery - on change input text

This works for me on all browsers and Jquery <= v1.10

$('#kat').on('keyup', function () {
    alert("Hello");
});

or as it seems you want

$('#kat').on('click', function () {
    alert("Hello");
});

Textbox input field change event fires as you would expect it to, the jQuery .Change event only works correctly on html5 supported browsers

Passing arguments to require (when loading module)

Based on your comments in this answer, I do what you're trying to do like this:

module.exports = function (app, db) {
    var module = {};

    module.auth = function (req, res) {
        // This will be available 'outside'.
        // Authy stuff that can be used outside...
    };

    // Other stuff...
    module.pickle = function(cucumber, herbs, vinegar) {
        // This will be available 'outside'.
        // Pickling stuff...
    };

    function jarThemPickles(pickle, jar) {
        // This will be NOT available 'outside'.
        // Pickling stuff...

        return pickleJar;
    };

    return module;
};

I structure pretty much all my modules like that. Seems to work well for me.

Can you find all classes in a package using reflection?

Hello. I always have had some issues with the solutions above (and on other sites).
I, as a developer, am programming a addon for a API. The API prevents the use of any external libraries or 3rd party tools. The setup also consists of a mixture of code in jar or zip files and class files located directly in some directories. So my code had to be able to work arround every setup. After a lot of research I have come up with a method that will work in at least 95% of all possible setups.

The following code is basically the overkill method that will always work.

The code:

This code scans a given package for all classes that are included in it. It will only work for all classes in the current ClassLoader.

/**
 * Private helper method
 * 
 * @param directory
 *            The directory to start with
 * @param pckgname
 *            The package name to search for. Will be needed for getting the
 *            Class object.
 * @param classes
 *            if a file isn't loaded but still is in the directory
 * @throws ClassNotFoundException
 */
private static void checkDirectory(File directory, String pckgname,
        ArrayList<Class<?>> classes) throws ClassNotFoundException {
    File tmpDirectory;

    if (directory.exists() && directory.isDirectory()) {
        final String[] files = directory.list();

        for (final String file : files) {
            if (file.endsWith(".class")) {
                try {
                    classes.add(Class.forName(pckgname + '.'
                            + file.substring(0, file.length() - 6)));
                } catch (final NoClassDefFoundError e) {
                    // do nothing. this class hasn't been found by the
                    // loader, and we don't care.
                }
            } else if ((tmpDirectory = new File(directory, file))
                    .isDirectory()) {
                checkDirectory(tmpDirectory, pckgname + "." + file, classes);
            }
        }
    }
}

/**
 * Private helper method.
 * 
 * @param connection
 *            the connection to the jar
 * @param pckgname
 *            the package name to search for
 * @param classes
 *            the current ArrayList of all classes. This method will simply
 *            add new classes.
 * @throws ClassNotFoundException
 *             if a file isn't loaded but still is in the jar file
 * @throws IOException
 *             if it can't correctly read from the jar file.
 */
private static void checkJarFile(JarURLConnection connection,
        String pckgname, ArrayList<Class<?>> classes)
        throws ClassNotFoundException, IOException {
    final JarFile jarFile = connection.getJarFile();
    final Enumeration<JarEntry> entries = jarFile.entries();
    String name;

    for (JarEntry jarEntry = null; entries.hasMoreElements()
            && ((jarEntry = entries.nextElement()) != null);) {
        name = jarEntry.getName();

        if (name.contains(".class")) {
            name = name.substring(0, name.length() - 6).replace('/', '.');

            if (name.contains(pckgname)) {
                classes.add(Class.forName(name));
            }
        }
    }
}

/**
 * Attempts to list all the classes in the specified package as determined
 * by the context class loader
 * 
 * @param pckgname
 *            the package name to search
 * @return a list of classes that exist within that package
 * @throws ClassNotFoundException
 *             if something went wrong
 */
public static ArrayList<Class<?>> getClassesForPackage(String pckgname)
        throws ClassNotFoundException {
    final ArrayList<Class<?>> classes = new ArrayList<Class<?>>();

    try {
        final ClassLoader cld = Thread.currentThread()
                .getContextClassLoader();

        if (cld == null)
            throw new ClassNotFoundException("Can't get class loader.");

        final Enumeration<URL> resources = cld.getResources(pckgname
                .replace('.', '/'));
        URLConnection connection;

        for (URL url = null; resources.hasMoreElements()
                && ((url = resources.nextElement()) != null);) {
            try {
                connection = url.openConnection();

                if (connection instanceof JarURLConnection) {
                    checkJarFile((JarURLConnection) connection, pckgname,
                            classes);
                } else if (connection instanceof FileURLConnection) {
                    try {
                        checkDirectory(
                                new File(URLDecoder.decode(url.getPath(),
                                        "UTF-8")), pckgname, classes);
                    } catch (final UnsupportedEncodingException ex) {
                        throw new ClassNotFoundException(
                                pckgname
                                        + " does not appear to be a valid package (Unsupported encoding)",
                                ex);
                    }
                } else
                    throw new ClassNotFoundException(pckgname + " ("
                            + url.getPath()
                            + ") does not appear to be a valid package");
            } catch (final IOException ioex) {
                throw new ClassNotFoundException(
                        "IOException was thrown when trying to get all resources for "
                                + pckgname, ioex);
            }
        }
    } catch (final NullPointerException ex) {
        throw new ClassNotFoundException(
                pckgname
                        + " does not appear to be a valid package (Null pointer exception)",
                ex);
    } catch (final IOException ioex) {
        throw new ClassNotFoundException(
                "IOException was thrown when trying to get all resources for "
                        + pckgname, ioex);
    }

    return classes;
}

These three methods provide you with the ability to find all classes in a given package.
You use it like this:

getClassesForPackage("package.your.classes.are.in");

The explanation:

The method first gets the current ClassLoader. It then fetches all resources that contain said package and iterates of these URLs. It then creates a URLConnection and determines what type of URl we have. It can either be a directory (FileURLConnection) or a directory inside a jar or zip file (JarURLConnection). Depending on what type of connection we have two different methods will be called.

First lets see what happens if it is a FileURLConnection.
It first checks if the passed File exists and is a directory. If that's the case it checks if it is a class file. If so a Class object will be created and put in the ArrayList. If it is not a class file but is a directory, we simply iterate into it and do the same thing. All other cases/files will be ignored.

If the URLConnection is a JarURLConnection the other private helper method will be called. This method iterates over all Entries in the zip/jar archive. If one entry is a class file and is inside of the package a Class object will be created and stored in the ArrayList.

After all resources have been parsed it (the main method) returns the ArrayList containig all classes in the given package, that the current ClassLoader knows about.

If the process fails at any point a ClassNotFoundException will be thrown containg detailed information about the exact cause.

How to iterate over columns of pandas dataframe to run regression

A workaround is to transpose the DataFrame and iterate over the rows.

for column_name, column in df.transpose().iterrows():
    print column_name

React Native version mismatch

I am using a physical device, in my case this solved the problem:

  1. Uninstall the app
  2. lsof -i :8081
  3. kill -9 PID
  4. Rebuild the app (react-native run-android or react-native run-ios)

copying all contents of folder to another folder using batch file?

I see a lot of answers suggesting the use of xcopy. But this is unnecessary. As the question clearly mentions that the author wants THE CONTENT IN THE FOLDER not the folder itself to be copied in this case we can -:

copy "C:\Folder1" *.*  "D:\Folder2"

Thats all xcopy can be used for if any subdirectory exists in C:\Folder1

JPanel setBackground(Color.BLACK) does nothing

If your panel is 'not opaque' (transparent) you wont see your background color.

What bitrate is used for each of the youtube video qualities (360p - 1080p), in regards to flowplayer?

Looking at this official google link: Youtube Live encoder settings, bitrates and resolutions they have this table:

                   240p       360p        480p        720p        1080p
Resolution      426 x 240   640 x 360   854x480     1280x720    1920x1080
Video Bitrates                   
Maximum         700 Kbps    1000 Kbps   2000 Kbps   4000 Kbps   6000 Kbps
Recommended     400 Kbps    750 Kbps    1000 Kbps   2500 Kbps   4500 Kbps
Minimum         300 Kbps    400 Kbps    500 Kbps    1500 Kbps   3000 Kbps

It would appear as though this is the case, although the numbers dont sync up to the google table above:

// the bitrates, video width and file names for this clip
      bitrates: [
        { url: "bbb-800.mp4", width: 480, bitrate: 800 }, //360p video
        { url: "bbb-1200.mp4", width: 720, bitrate: 1200 }, //480p video
        { url: "bbb-1600.mp4", width: 1080, bitrate: 1600 } //720p video
      ],

How can I get LINQ to return the object which has the max value for a given property?

In LINQ you can solve it the following way:

Item itemMax = (from i in items
     let maxId = items.Max(m => m.ID)
     where i.ID == maxId
     select i).FirstOrDefault();

How can I hide the Android keyboard using JavaScript?

There is no way you can hidde the keyboard properly with js because its a OS problem, so one thing you can easy do to "hidde" the keyboard, is instead of using an input Element you can make any "non-input html element" a key listener element just by adding the [tabindex] attribute, and then you can easily listen the keydown and keyup events and store the "$event.target.value" in a variable to get the input.

'ls' in CMD on Windows is not recognized

Use the command dir to list all the directories and files in a directory; ls is a unix command.

Install a Windows service using a Windows command prompt?

when your assembly version and your Visual studio project Biuld setting on dot net 2 or 4 install with same version.

install service with installutil that same version

if build in dot net 4

Type c:\windows\microsoft.net\framework\v4.0.30319\installutil.exe

if build in dot net 2

Type c:\windows\microsoft.net\framework\v2.0.11319\installutil.exe

How to add Tomcat Server in eclipse

The Java EE version of Eclipse is not installed, insted a standard SDK version is installed.

You can go to Help > Install New Software then select the Eclipse site from the dropdown (Helios, Kepler depending upon your revision). Then select the option that shows Java EE. Restart Eclipse and you should see the Server list, such as Apache, Oracle, IBM etc.

How can I test if a letter in a string is uppercase or lowercase using JavaScript?

One I use (notice this doesnt make "TestString" as "T est String" or " Test String").

function seperateCapitalised(capitalisedString) {
    if (typeof capitalisedString !== "string" || capitalisedString.length === 0)
        return capitalisedString;

    var newStr = capitalisedString[0];
    for (var i = 1; i < capitalisedString.length; i++) {
        var char = capitalisedString[i];

        if (char === char.toUpperCase() && isNaN(char)) {
            newStr += ' ' + char;
        }
        else {
            newStr += char;
        }
    }
    return newStr;
}

Style the first <td> column of a table differently

You could use the n-th child selector.

to target the nth element you could then use:

td:nth-child(n) {  
  /* your stuff here */
}

(where n starts at 1)

Where are the python modules stored?

You can find module code by first listing the modules:

help("modules")

This spits out a list of modules Python can import. At the bottom of this list is a phrase:

Enter any module name to get more help. Or, type "modules spam" to search for modules whose name or summary contain the string "spam".

To find module location:

help("module_Name")

for example:

help("signal")

A lot of information here. Scroll to the bottom to find its location

/usr/lib/python3.5/signal.py

Copy link. To see code, after exiting Python REPL:

nano /usr/lib/python3.5/signal.py

how to set default method argument values?

If your arguments are the same type you could use varargs:

public int something(int... args) {
    int a = 0;
    int b = 0;
    if (args.length > 0) {
      a = args[0];
    }
    if (args.length > 1) {
      b = args[1];
    }
    return a + b
}

but this way you lose the semantics of the individual arguments, or

have a method overloaded which relays the call to the parametered version

public int something() {
  return something(1, 2);
}

or if the method is part of some kind of initialization procedure, you could use the builder pattern instead:

class FoodBuilder {
   int saltAmount;
   int meatAmount;
   FoodBuilder setSaltAmount(int saltAmount) {
       this.saltAmount = saltAmount;
       return this;
   }
   FoodBuilder setMeatAmount(int meatAmount) {
       this.meatAmount = meatAmount;
       return this;
   }
   Food build() {
       return new Food(saltAmount, meatAmount);
   }
}

Food f = new FoodBuilder().setSaltAmount(10).build();
Food f2 = new FoodBuilder().setSaltAmount(10).setMeatAmount(5).build();

Then work with the Food object

int doSomething(Food f) {
    return f.getSaltAmount() + f.getMeatAmount();
}

The builder pattern allows you to add/remove parameters later on and you don't need to create new overloaded methods for them.

How to: Create trigger for auto update modified date with SQL Server 2008

My approach:

  • define a default constraint on the ModDate column with a value of GETDATE() - this handles the INSERT case

  • have a AFTER UPDATE trigger to update the ModDate column

Something like:

CREATE TRIGGER trg_UpdateTimeEntry
ON dbo.TimeEntry
AFTER UPDATE
AS
    UPDATE dbo.TimeEntry
    SET ModDate = GETDATE()
    WHERE ID IN (SELECT DISTINCT ID FROM Inserted)

Exception: Serialization of 'Closure' is not allowed

Direct Closure serialisation is not allowed by PHP. But you can use powefull class like PHP Super Closure : https://github.com/jeremeamia/super_closure

This class is really simple to use and is bundled into the laravel framework for the queue manager.

From the github documentation :

$helloWorld = new SerializableClosure(function ($name = 'World') use ($greeting) {
    echo "{$greeting}, {$name}!\n";
});

$serialized = serialize($helloWorld);

How do I pass parameters to a jar file at the time of execution?

You can do it with something like this, so if no arguments are specified it will continue anyway:

public static void main(String[] args) {
    try {
        String one = args[0];
        String two = args[1];
    }
    catch (ArrayIndexOutOfBoundsException e){
        System.out.println("ArrayIndexOutOfBoundsException caught");
    }
    finally {

    }
}

And then launch the application:

java -jar myapp.jar arg1 arg2

How to pass data from child component to its parent in ReactJS?

To pass data from child component to parent component

In Parent Component:

getData(val){
    // do not forget to bind getData in constructor
    console.log(val);
}
render(){
 return(<Child sendData={this.getData}/>);
}

In Child Component:

demoMethod(){
   this.props.sendData(value);
 }

What does "<>" mean in Oracle

In mysql extended version, <> gives out error. You are using mysql_query Eventually, you have to use extended version of my mysql. Old will be replaced in future browser. Rather use something like

$con = mysqli_connect("host", "username", "password", "databaseName");

mysqli_query($con, "select orderid != 650");

<meta charset="utf-8"> vs <meta http-equiv="Content-Type">

Another reason to go with the short one is that it matches other instances where you might specify a character set in markup. For example:

<script type="javascript" charset="UTF-8" src="/script.js"></script>

<p><a charset="UTF-8" href="http://example.com/">Example Site</a></p>

Consistency helps to reduce errors and make code more readable.

Note that the charset attribute is case-insensitive. You can use UTF-8 or utf-8, however UTF-8 is clearer, more readable, more accurate.

Also, there is absolutely no reason at all to use any value other than UTF-8 in the meta charset attribute or page header. UTF-8 is the default encoding for Web documents since HTML4 in 1999 and the only practical way to make modern Web pages.

Also you should not use HTML entities in UTF-8. Characters like the copyright symbol should be typed directly. The only entities you should use are for the 5 reserved markup characters: less than, greater than, ampersand, prime, double prime. Entities need an HTML parser, which you may not always want to use going forward, they introduce errors, make your code less readable, increase your file sizes, and sometimes decode incorrectly in various browsers depending on which entities you used. Learn how to type/insert copyright, trademark, open quote, close quote, apostrophe, em dash, en dash, bullet, Euro, and any other characters you encounter in your content, and use those actual characters in your code. The Mac has a Character Viewer that you can turn on in the Keyboard System Preference, and you can find and then drag and drop the characters you need, or use the matching Keyboard Viewer to see which keys to type. For example, trademark is Option+2. UTF-8 contains all of the characters and symbols from every written human language. So there is no excuse for using -- instead of an em dash. It is not a bad idea to learn the rules of punctuation and typography also ... for example, knowing that a period goes inside a close quote, not outside.

Using a tag for something like content-type and encoding is highly ironic, since without knowing those things, you couldn't parse the file to get the value of the meta tag.

No, that is not true. The browser starts out parsing the file as the browser's default encoding, either UTF-8 or ISO-8859-1. Since US-ASCII is a subset of both ISO-8859-1 and UTF-8, the browser can read just fine either way ... it is the same. When the browser encounters the meta charset tag, if the encoding is different than what the browser is already using, the browser reloads the page in the specified encoding. That is why we put the meta charset tag at the top, right after the head tag, before anything else, even the title. That way you can use UTF-8 characters in your title.

You must save your file(s) in UTF-8 encoding without BOM

That is not strictly true. If you only have US-ASCII characters in your document, you can Save it as US-ASCII and serve it as UTF-8, because it is a subset. But if there are Unicode characters, you are correct, you must Save as UTF-8 without BOM.

If you want a good text editor that will save your files in UTF-8, I recommend Notepad++.

On the Mac, use Bare Bones TextWrangler (free) from Mac App Store, or Bare Bones BBEdit which is at Mac App Store for $39.99 ... very cheap for such a great tool. In either app, there is a menu at the bottom of the document window where you specify the document encoding and you can easily choose "UTF-8 no BOM". And of course you can set that as the default for new documents in Preferences.

But if your Webserver serves the encoding in the HTTP header, which is recommended, both [meta tags] are needless.

That is incorrect. You should of course set the encoding in the HTTP header, but you should also set it in the meta charset attribute so that the page can be Saved by the user, out of the browser onto local storage and then Opened again later, in which case the only indication of the encoding that will be present is the meta charset attribute. You should also set a base tag for the same reason ... on the server, the base tag is unnecessary, but when opened from local storage, the base tag enables the page to work as if it is on the server, with all the assets in place and so on, no broken links.

AddDefaultCharset UTF-8

Or you can just change the encoding of particular file types like so:

AddType text/html;charset=utf-8 html

A tip for serving both UTF-8 and Latin-1 (ISO-8859-1) files is to give the UTF-8 files a "text" extension and Latin-1 files "txt."

AddType text/plain;charset=iso-8859-1 txt
AddType text/plain;charset=utf-8 text

Finally, consider Saving your documents with Unix line endings, not legacy DOS or (classic) Mac line endings, which don't help and may hurt, especially down the line as we get further and further from those legacy systems. An HTML document with valid HTML5, UTF-8 encoding, and Unix line endings is a job well done. You can share and edit and store and read and recover and rely on that document in many contexts. It's lingua franca. It's digital paper.

How to create correct JSONArray in Java using JSONObject

Please try this ... hope it helps

JSONObject jsonObj1=null;
JSONObject jsonObj2=null;
JSONArray array=new JSONArray();
JSONArray array2=new JSONArray();

jsonObj1=new JSONObject();
jsonObj2=new JSONObject();


array.put(new JSONObject().put("firstName", "John").put("lastName","Doe"))
.put(new JSONObject().put("firstName", "Anna").put("v", "Smith"))
.put(new JSONObject().put("firstName", "Peter").put("v", "Jones"));

array2.put(new JSONObject().put("firstName", "John").put("lastName","Doe"))
.put(new JSONObject().put("firstName", "Anna").put("v", "Smith"))
.put(new JSONObject().put("firstName", "Peter").put("v", "Jones"));

jsonObj1.put("employees", array);
jsonObj1.put("manager", array2);

Response response = null;
response = Response.status(Status.OK).entity(jsonObj1.toString()).build();
return response;

How can I detect window size with jQuery?

//get dimensions 
var height = $(window).height();
var width = $(window).width();

//refresh on resize
$(window).resize(function() {
  location.reload(true)
});

not sure if you wanted to tinker with the dimensions of elements or actually refresh the page. so here a bunch of different things pick what you want. you can even put the height and width in the resize event if you really wanted.

Android- Error:Execution failed for task ':app:transformClassesWithDexForRelease'

Just Change the google play services in gradle (module app) from 9.x.x to the lower version 8.4.0 is work for me

How to dynamically add elements to String array?

You cant add add items in string array more than its size, i'll suggest you to use ArrayList you can add items dynamically at run time in arrayList if you feel any problem you can freely ask

java.lang.RuntimeException: Unable to start activity ComponentInfo

Dear You have used two Intent launcher in your Manifest. Make only one Activity as launcher: Your manifest activity is :

<?xml version="1.0" encoding="utf-8"?>
<manifest xmlns:android="http://schemas.android.com/apk/res/android"
    package="org.th.mybook"
    android:versionCode="1"
    android:versionName="1.0" >
    <uses-sdk android:minSdkVersion="8" />
    <application
        android:icon="@drawable/ic_launcher"
        android:label="@string/app_name" >
        <activity
            android:name=".MainTabPanel"
            android:label="@string/app_name" >
            <intent-filter>
                <action android:name="android.intent.action.MAIN" />
                <category android:name="android.intent.category.LAUNCHER" />
            </intent-filter>
        </activity>
        <activity
            android:name="MyBookActivity"
            android:label="@string/app_name" >
            <intent-filter>
                <action android:name="android.intent.action.MAIN" />
                <category android:name="android.intent.category.ALTERNATIVE" />
            </intent-filter>
        </activity>
    </application>
</manifest>

now write code will be ( i have made your 'MyActivityBook' your default activity launcher. Copy and paste it on your manifest.

<?xml version="1.0" encoding="utf-8"?>
    <manifest xmlns:android="http://schemas.android.com/apk/res/android"
        package="org.th.mybook"
        android:versionCode="1"
        android:versionName="1.0" >
        <uses-sdk android:minSdkVersion="8" />
        <application
            android:icon="@drawable/ic_launcher"
            android:label="@string/app_name" >
            <activity
                android:name=".MainTabPanel"
                android:label="@string/app_name" >

            </activity>
            <activity
                android:name="MyBookActivity"
                android:label="@string/app_name" >
                <intent-filter>
                    <action android:name="android.intent.action.MAIN" />
                    <category android:name="android.intent.category.LAUNCHER" />
                </intent-filter>
            </activity>
        </application>
    </manifest>

and Second error may be if you copy paste old code then please update com.example.packagename.FILE_NAME

hope this will work !

Which loop is faster, while or for?

They should be equal. The for loop you wrote is doing exactly the same thing that the while loop is doing: setting $i=0, printing $i, and incrementing $i at the end of the loop.

What is the preferred syntax for initializing a dict: curly brace literals {} or the dict() function?

Sometimes dict() is a good choice:

a=dict(zip(['Mon','Tue','Wed','Thu','Fri'], [x for x in range(1, 6)]))

mydict=dict(zip(['mon','tue','wed','thu','fri','sat','sun'],

[random.randint(0,100) for x in range(0,7)]))

.net Core 2.0 - Package was restored using .NetFramework 4.6.1 instead of target framework .netCore 2.0. The package may not be fully compatible

For me, I had ~6 different Nuget packages to update and when I selected Microsoft.AspNetCore.All first, I got the referenced error.

I started at the bottom and updated others first (EF Core, EF Design Tools, etc), then when the only one that was left was Microsoft.AspNetCore.All it worked fine.

How to convert an Image to base64 string in java?

I think you might want:

String encodedFile = Base64.getEncoder().encodeToString(bytes);

reactjs giving error Uncaught TypeError: Super expression must either be null or a function, not undefined

This means that you want subclass something, which should be Class, but is undefined. The reasons might be:

  • typo in Class extends ..., so you extending undefined variable
  • typo in import ... from, so you import undefined from module
  • referenced module does not contain the value, you want import (e.g. obsolete module - case with React), so you importing non existing value (undefined)
  • typo in referenced module export ... statement, so it exports undefined variable
  • referenced module missing export statement at all, so it exports just undefined

How to get host name with port from a http or https request

You can use HttpServletRequest.getRequestURL and HttpServletRequest.getRequestURI.

StringBuffer url = request.getRequestURL();
String uri = request.getRequestURI();
int idx = (((uri != null) && (uri.length() > 0)) ? url.indexOf(uri) : url.length());
String host = url.substring(0, idx); //base url
idx = host.indexOf("://");
if(idx > 0) {
  host = host.substring(idx); //remove scheme if present
}

Arguments to main in C

For parsing command line arguments on posix systems, the standard is to use the getopt() family of library routines to handle command line arguments.

A good reference is the GNU getopt manual

Should Jquery code go in header or footer?

All scripts should be loaded last

In just about every case, it's best to place all your script references at the end of the page, just before </body>.

If you are unable to do so due to templating issues and whatnot, decorate your script tags with the defer attribute so that the browser knows to download your scripts after the HTML has been downloaded:

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

Edge cases

There are some edge cases, however, where you may experience page flickering or other artifacts during page load which can usually be solved by simply placing your jQuery script references in the <head> tag without the defer attribute. These cases include jQuery UI and other addons such as jCarousel or Treeview which modify the DOM as part of their functionality.


Further caveats

There are some libraries that must be loaded before the DOM or CSS, such as polyfills. Modernizr is one such library that must be placed in the head tag.

Firefox "ssl_error_no_cypher_overlap" error

I had the same problem with a really old local router and was not able to open its WebGUI because of self-signed certificates. The solution was to install an old Firefox Portable version. I tested the following versions:

  • Firefox 33.1.1 (worked)
  • Firefox 45.0.2 (worked)
  • Firefox 56.0.2 (failed)

This is strange because it should be only a problem since version 59, but as long it works, it's ok for me.

Laravel 5.1 API Enable Cors

I am using Laravel 5.4 and unfortunately although the accepted answer seems fine, for preflighted requests (like PUT and DELETE) which will be preceded by an OPTIONS request, specifying the middleware in the $routeMiddleware array (and using that in the routes definition file) will not work unless you define a route handler for OPTIONS as well. This is because without an OPTIONS route Laravel will internally respond to that method without the CORS headers.

So in short either define the middleware in the $middleware array which runs globally for all requests or if you're doing it in $middlewareGroups or $routeMiddleware then also define a route handler for OPTIONS. This can be done like this:

Route::match(['options', 'put'], '/route', function () {
    // This will work with the middleware shown in the accepted answer
})->middleware('cors');

I also wrote a middleware for the same purpose which looks similar but is larger in size as it tries to be more configurable and handles a bunch of conditions as well:

<?php

namespace App\Http\Middleware;

use Closure;

class Cors
{
    private static $allowedOriginsWhitelist = [
      'http://localhost:8000'
    ];

    // All the headers must be a string

    private static $allowedOrigin = '*';

    private static $allowedMethods = 'OPTIONS, GET, POST, PUT, PATCH, DELETE';

    private static $allowCredentials = 'true';

    private static $allowedHeaders = '';

    /**
     * Handle an incoming request.
     *
     * @param  \Illuminate\Http\Request  $request
     * @param  \Closure  $next
     * @return mixed
     */
    public function handle($request, Closure $next)
    {
      if (! $this->isCorsRequest($request))
      {
        return $next($request);
      }

      static::$allowedOrigin = $this->resolveAllowedOrigin($request);

      static::$allowedHeaders = $this->resolveAllowedHeaders($request);

      $headers = [
        'Access-Control-Allow-Origin'       => static::$allowedOrigin,
        'Access-Control-Allow-Methods'      => static::$allowedMethods,
        'Access-Control-Allow-Headers'      => static::$allowedHeaders,
        'Access-Control-Allow-Credentials'  => static::$allowCredentials,
      ];

      // For preflighted requests
      if ($request->getMethod() === 'OPTIONS')
      {
        return response('', 200)->withHeaders($headers);
      }

      $response = $next($request)->withHeaders($headers);

      return $response;
    }

    /**
     * Incoming request is a CORS request if the Origin
     * header is set and Origin !== Host
     *
     * @param  \Illuminate\Http\Request  $request
     */
    private function isCorsRequest($request)
    {
      $requestHasOrigin = $request->headers->has('Origin');

      if ($requestHasOrigin)
      {
        $origin = $request->headers->get('Origin');

        $host = $request->getSchemeAndHttpHost();

        if ($origin !== $host)
        {
          return true;
        }
      }

      return false;
    }

    /**
     * Dynamic resolution of allowed origin since we can't
     * pass multiple domains to the header. The appropriate
     * domain is set in the Access-Control-Allow-Origin header
     * only if it is present in the whitelist.
     *
     * @param  \Illuminate\Http\Request  $request
     */
    private function resolveAllowedOrigin($request)
    {
      $allowedOrigin = static::$allowedOrigin;

      // If origin is in our $allowedOriginsWhitelist
      // then we send that in Access-Control-Allow-Origin

      $origin = $request->headers->get('Origin');

      if (in_array($origin, static::$allowedOriginsWhitelist))
      {
        $allowedOrigin = $origin;
      }

      return $allowedOrigin;
    }

    /**
     * Take the incoming client request headers
     * and return. Will be used to pass in Access-Control-Allow-Headers
     *
     * @param  \Illuminate\Http\Request  $request
     */
    private function resolveAllowedHeaders($request)
    {
      $allowedHeaders = $request->headers->get('Access-Control-Request-Headers');

      return $allowedHeaders;
    }
}

Also written a blog post on this.

Alternative to mysql_real_escape_string without connecting to DB

In direct opposition to my other answer, this following function is probably safe, even with multi-byte characters.

// replace any non-ascii character with its hex code.
function escape($value) {
    $return = '';
    for($i = 0; $i < strlen($value); ++$i) {
        $char = $value[$i];
        $ord = ord($char);
        if($char !== "'" && $char !== "\"" && $char !== '\\' && $ord >= 32 && $ord <= 126)
            $return .= $char;
        else
            $return .= '\\x' . dechex($ord);
    }
    return $return;
}

I'm hoping someone more knowledgeable than myself can tell me why the code above won't work ...

How to solve "sign_and_send_pubkey: signing failed: agent refused operation"?

quick note for those recently upgrading to "modern" ssh version [OpenSSH_8.1p1, OpenSSL 1.1.1d FIPS 10 Sep 2019] - supplied with fedora 31, seems not to be anymore accepting old DSA SHA256 keys (mine are dated 2006!) - created a new rsa key, public added to authorized, private on client, and everything works perfectly.

thanks for previous suggestions, especially the ssh -v has been very useful

Difference between OpenJDK and Adoptium/AdoptOpenJDK

Update: AdoptOpenJDK has changed its name to Adoptium, as part of its move to the Eclipse Foundation.


OpenJDK ? source code
Adoptium/AdoptOpenJDK ? builds

Difference between OpenJDK and AdoptOpenJDK

The first provides source-code, the other provides builds of that source-code.

Several vendors of Java & OpenJDK

Adoptium of the Eclipse Foundation, formerly known as AdoptOpenJDK, is only one of several vendors distributing implementations of the Java platform. These include:

  • Eclipse Foundation (Adoptium/AdoptOpenJDK)
  • Azul Systems
  • Oracle
  • Red Hat / IBM
  • BellSoft
  • SAP
  • Amazon AWS
  • … and more

See this flowchart of mine to help guide you in picking a vendor for an implementation of the Java platform. Click/tap to zoom.

Flowchart guiding you in choosing a vendor for a Java 11 implementation

Another resource: This comparison matrix by Azul Systems is useful, and seems true and fair to my mind.

Here is a list of considerations and motivations to consider in choosing a vendor and implementation.

Motivations in choosing a vendor for Java

Some vendors offer you a choice of JIT technologies.

Diagram showing history of HotSpot & JRockit merging, and OpenJ9 both available in AdoptOpenJDK

To understand more about this Java ecosystem, read Java Is Still Free

How do I kill all the processes in Mysql "show processlist"?

I have also searched how to parse through MySQL the command SHOW PROCESSLIST and ended with a one-liner in a Shell:

mysqladmin processlist -u <USERNAME> -p<PASSWORD> | \
awk '$2 ~ /^[0-9]/ {print "KILL "$2";"}' | \
mysql -u <USERNAME> -p<PASSWORD>
  • mysqladmin processlist will print a table with the thread ids;
  • awk will parse from the second column only the numbers (thread ids) and generate MySQL KILL commands;
  • and finally the last call to mysql will execute the passed commands.

You can run grep before the awk command to filter a particular database name.

Is there a way to list open transactions on SQL Server 2000 database?

DBCC OPENTRAN helps to identify active transactions that may be preventing log truncation. DBCC OPENTRAN displays information about the oldest active transaction and the oldest distributed and nondistributed replicated transactions, if any, within the transaction log of the specified database. Results are displayed only if there is an active transaction that exists in the log or if the database contains replication information.

An informational message is displayed if there are no active transactions in the log.

DBCC OPENTRAN

Can I try/catch a warning?

I would only recommend using @ to suppress warnings when it's a straight forward operation (e.g. $prop = @($high/($width - $depth)); to skip division by zero warnings). However in most cases it's better to handle.

Can I use jQuery to check whether at least one checkbox is checked?

_x000D_
_x000D_
$('#fm_submit').submit(function(e){_x000D_
    e.preventDefault();_x000D_
    var ck_box = $('input[type="checkbox"]:checked').length;_x000D_
    _x000D_
    // return in firefox or chrome console _x000D_
    // the number of checkbox checked_x000D_
    console.log(ck_box); _x000D_
_x000D_
    if(ck_box > 0){_x000D_
      alert(ck_box);_x000D_
    } _x000D_
});
_x000D_
<script src="https://ajax.googleapis.com/ajax/libs/jquery/2.1.1/jquery.min.js"></script>_x000D_
<form name = "frmTest[]" id="fm_submit">_x000D_
  <input type="checkbox" value="true" checked="true" >_x000D_
  <input type="checkbox" value="true" checked="true" >_x000D_
  <input type="checkbox" >_x000D_
  <input type="checkbox" >_x000D_
  <input type="submit" id="fm_submit" name="fm_submit" value="Submit">_x000D_
</form>_x000D_
<div class="container"></div>
_x000D_
_x000D_
_x000D_

How to write text on a image in windows using python opencv2

Was CV_FONT_HERSHEY_SIMPLEX in cv(1)? Here's all I have available for cv2 "FONT":

FONT_HERSHEY_COMPLEX
FONT_HERSHEY_COMPLEX_SMALL
FONT_HERSHEY_DUPLEX
FONT_HERSHEY_PLAIN
FONT_HERSHEY_SCRIPT_COMPLEX
FONT_HERSHEY_SCRIPT_SIMPLEX
FONT_HERSHEY_SIMPLEX
FONT_HERSHEY_TRIPLEX
FONT_ITALIC

Dropping the 'CV_' seems to work for me.

cv2.putText(image,"Hello World!!!", (x,y), cv2.FONT_HERSHEY_SIMPLEX, 2, 255)

X-Frame-Options on apache

See X-Frame-Options header on error response

You can simply add following line to .htaccess

Header always unset X-Frame-Options

Why does JSON.parse fail with the empty string?

Because '' is not a valid Javascript/JSON object. An empty object would be '{}'

For reference: https://developer.mozilla.org/en/docs/Web/JavaScript/Reference/Global_Objects/JSON/parse

How do I append a node to an existing XML file in java

If you need to insert node/element in some specific place , you can to do next steps

  1. Divide original xml into two parts
  2. Append your new node/element as child to first first(the first part should ended with element after wich you wanna add your element )
  3. Append second part to the new document.

It is simple algorithm but should works...

Class is inaccessible due to its protection level

It may also be the case that the library containing the class in question is not properly signed with a strong name.

What is time(NULL) in C?

Time : It returns the time elapsed in seconds since the epoch 1 Jan 1970

Creating and appending text to txt file in VB.NET

You didn't close the file after creating it, so when you write to it, it's in use by yourself. The Create method opens the file and returns a FileStream object. You either write to the file using the FileStream or close it before writing to it. I would suggest that you use the CreateText method instead in this case, as it returns a StreamWriter.

You also forgot to close the StreamWriter in the case where the file didn't exist, so it would most likely still be locked when you would try to write to it the next time. And you forgot to write the error message to the file if it didn't exist.

Dim strFile As String = "C:\ErrorLog_" & DateTime.Today.ToString("dd-MMM-yyyy") & ".txt"
Dim sw As StreamWriter
Try
   If (Not File.Exists(strFile)) Then
      sw = File.CreateText(strFile)
      sw.WriteLine("Start Error Log for today")
   Else
      sw = File.AppendText(strFile)
   End If
   sw.WriteLine("Error Message in  Occured at-- " & DateTime.Now)
   sw.Close()
Catch ex As IOException
   MsgBox("Error writing to log file.")
End Try

Note: When you catch exceptions, don't catch the base class Exception, catch only the ones that are releveant. In this case it would be the ones inheriting from IOException.

How do you determine the size of a file in C?

I have a function that works well with only stdio.h. I like it a lot and it works very well and is pretty concise:

size_t fsize(FILE *File) {
    size_t FSZ;
    fseek(File, 0, 2);
    FSZ = ftell(File);
    rewind(File);
    return FSZ;
}

What is the best way to give a C# auto-property an initial value?

In C# 6.0 this is a breeze!

You can do it in the Class declaration itself, in the property declaration statements.

public class Coordinate
{ 
    public int X { get; set; } = 34; // get or set auto-property with initializer

    public int Y { get; } = 89;      // read-only auto-property with initializer

    public int Z { get; }            // read-only auto-property with no initializer
                                     // so it has to be initialized from constructor    

    public Coordinate()              // .ctor()
    {
        Z = 42;
    }
}

How to run JUnit tests with Gradle?

If you set up your project with the default gradle package structure, i.e.:

src/main/java
src/main/resources
src/test/java
src/test/resources

then you won't need to modify sourceSets to run your tests. Gradle will figure out that your test classes and resources are in src/test. You can then run as Oliver says above. One thing to note: Be careful when setting property files and running your test classes with both gradle and you IDE. I use Eclipse, and when running JUnit from it, Eclipse chooses one classpath (the bin directory) whereas gradle chooses another (the build directory). This can lead to confusion if you edit a resource file, and don't see your change reflected at test runtime.

Using isKindOfClass with Swift

The proper Swift operator is is:

if touch.view is UIPickerView {
    // touch.view is of type UIPickerView
}

Of course, if you also need to assign the view to a new constant, then the if let ... as? ... syntax is your boy, as Kevin mentioned. But if you don't need the value and only need to check the type, then you should use the is operator.

Capture Signature using HTML5 and iPad

Here is a quickly hacked up version of this using SVG I just did. Works well for me on my iPhone. Also works in a desktop browser using normal mouse events.

Is there a way to 'uniq' by column?

By sorting the file with sort first, you can then apply uniq.

It seems to sort the file just fine:

$ cat test.csv
[email protected],2009-11-27 00:58:29.793000000,xx3.net,255.255.255.0
[email protected],2009-11-27 01:05:47.893000000,xx2.net,127.0.0.1
[email protected],2009-11-27 00:58:29.646465785,2x3.net,256.255.255.0 
[email protected],2009-11-27 01:05:47.893000000,xx2.net,127.0.0.1
[email protected],2009-11-27 01:05:47.893000000,xx2.net,127.0.0.1
[email protected],2009-11-27 01:05:47.893000000,xx2.net,127.0.0.1
[email protected],2009-11-27 01:05:47.893000000,xx2.net,127.0.0.1

$ sort test.csv
[email protected],2009-11-27 00:58:29.646465785,2x3.net,256.255.255.0 
[email protected],2009-11-27 00:58:29.793000000,xx3.net,255.255.255.0
[email protected],2009-11-27 01:05:47.893000000,xx2.net,127.0.0.1
[email protected],2009-11-27 01:05:47.893000000,xx2.net,127.0.0.1
[email protected],2009-11-27 01:05:47.893000000,xx2.net,127.0.0.1
[email protected],2009-11-27 01:05:47.893000000,xx2.net,127.0.0.1
[email protected],2009-11-27 01:05:47.893000000,xx2.net,127.0.0.1

$ sort test.csv | uniq
[email protected],2009-11-27 00:58:29.646465785,2x3.net,256.255.255.0 
[email protected],2009-11-27 00:58:29.793000000,xx3.net,255.255.255.0
[email protected],2009-11-27 01:05:47.893000000,xx2.net,127.0.0.1
[email protected],2009-11-27 01:05:47.893000000,xx2.net,127.0.0.1
[email protected],2009-11-27 01:05:47.893000000,xx2.net,127.0.0.1

You could also do some AWK magic:

$ awk -F, '{ lines[$1] = $0 } END { for (l in lines) print lines[l] }' test.csv
[email protected],2009-11-27 01:05:47.893000000,xx2.net,127.0.0.1
[email protected],2009-11-27 01:05:47.893000000,xx2.net,127.0.0.1
[email protected],2009-11-27 01:05:47.893000000,xx2.net,127.0.0.1
[email protected],2009-11-27 00:58:29.646465785,2x3.net,256.255.255.0 

The model backing the 'ApplicationDbContext' context has changed since the database was created

This error occurred to me when I made changes to my Model and did not make migration for the changes to update the database.

If you have ever made changes to your model in Code First Migration Schema

Don't forget to add migration

add-migration UpdatesToModelProperites 

The above command will read all the changes you have made in the model and will write it in the Up() and Down() methods.

Then simply update your database using the below command.

update-database

This what worked for me.

How to remove youtube branding after embedding video in web page?

Since August 2018 showinfo and rel parameter doesn't work so answers which recommend to use them no longer works and modestbranding do not remove all logos

here is my tricky solution how to hide EVERYTHING

  1. Before you start you should realize that all youtube's info are sticks to the top and bottom of iframe(not video, that's important)

  2. Make iframe higher than real video height. In iframe parameters set height = width * 1.7 (or other multiplicator)

  3. Hide youtube's info under your header and footer with an absolute position at top and bottom of iframe wrapper element. Height of header and footer could be calculated as: iframeHeight - (iframeWidth * (9 / 16))) / 2. If you want fullscreen than you should hide it outside screen visible zone and set overflow to hidden

  4. In my case I use JS to destroy iframe after video is finished so user couldn't see youtube's offer with another videos

  5. Also important note: since iOS 12.2 is replacing Youtube's player by their own, width and height calculation should be done in constructor(in case of React) because iOS player arrival cause page resize ->possible width&height recalculation-> video rerender -> video pause

code example jsfiddle.net/s6tp2xfm

A disadvantage of this solution is that it stretches image placeholder.

enter image description here

that's how it could look like with custom controls

enter image description here

What's the function like sum() but for multiplication? product()?

Perhaps not a "builtin", but I consider it builtin. anyways just use numpy

import numpy 
prod_sum = numpy.prod(some_list)

Detect IF hovering over element with jQuery

You can filter your elment from all hovered elements. Problematic code:

element.filter(':hover')

Save code:

jQuery(':hover').filter(element)

To return boolean:

jQuery(':hover').filter(element).length===0

Giving UIView rounded corners

UIView *view = [[UIView alloc] initWithFrame:CGRectMake(20, 50, 200, 200)];

view.layer.backgroundColor = [UIColor whiteColor].CGColor;
view.layer.cornerRadius = 20.0;
view.layer.frame = CGRectInset(v.layer.frame, 20, 20);

view.layer.shadowOffset = CGSizeMake(1, 0);
view.layer.shadowColor = [[UIColor blackColor] CGColor];
view.layer.shadowRadius = 5;
view.layer.shadowOpacity = .25;

[self.view addSubview:view];
[view release];

Check if a string contains another string

Use the Instr function

Dim pos As Integer

pos = InStr("find the comma, in the string", ",")

will return 15 in pos

If not found it will return 0

If you need to find the comma with an excel formula you can use the =FIND(",";A1) function.

Notice that if you want to use Instr to find the position of a string case-insensitive use the third parameter of Instr and give it the const vbTextCompare (or just 1 for die-hards).

Dim posOf_A As Integer

posOf_A = InStr(1, "find the comma, in the string", "A", vbTextCompare)

will give you a value of 14.

Note that you have to specify the start position in this case as stated in the specification I linked: The start argument is required if compare is specified.

AndroidStudio gradle proxy

Rajesh's suggestion did not work for me. What I did was go to

File -> Settings ->HTTP Proxy(Under IDE Settings) ->Manual proxy configuration

I still left the proxy information in Project Settings under Gradle, like Rajesh suggested. But I'm not entirely sure if it's necessary.

I am using 0.8.6 Beta

How can I disable a button in a jQuery dialog from a function?

You would want to set the disabled property

 $('#continueButton').attr("disabled", true);

Update: Ahha, I see the complexity now. The jQuery Dialog had a single line that will be of use (under the "buttons" section.

 var buttons = $('.selector').dialog('option', 'buttons');

You'll need to get the buttons collection from the dialog, loop through that to find which one you need, and then set the disabled attribute as I showed above.

MySQL trigger if condition exists

I think you mean to update it back to the OLD password, when the NEW one is not supplied.

DROP TRIGGER IF EXISTS upd_user;

DELIMITER $$

    CREATE TRIGGER upd_user BEFORE UPDATE ON `user`
    FOR EACH ROW BEGIN
      IF (NEW.password IS NULL OR NEW.password = '') THEN
            SET NEW.password = OLD.password;
      ELSE
            SET NEW.password = Password(NEW.Password);
      END IF;
    END$$

DELIMITER ;

However, this means a user can never blank out a password.


If the password field (already encrypted) is being sent back in the update to mySQL, then it will not be null or blank, and MySQL will attempt to redo the Password() function on it. To detect this, use this code instead

DELIMITER $$

    CREATE TRIGGER upd_user BEFORE UPDATE ON `user`
    FOR EACH ROW BEGIN
      IF (NEW.password IS NULL OR NEW.password = '' OR NEW.password = OLD.password) THEN
            SET NEW.password = OLD.password;
      ELSE
            SET NEW.password = Password(NEW.Password);
      END IF;
    END$$

DELIMITER ;

How can I add the sqlite3 module to Python?

Normally, it is included. However, as @ngn999 said, if your python has been built from source manually, you'll have to add it.

Here is an example of a script that will setup an encapsulated version (virtual environment) of Python3 in your user directory with an encapsulated version of sqlite3.

INSTALL_BASE_PATH="$HOME/local"
cd ~
mkdir build
cd build
[ -f Python-3.6.2.tgz ] || wget https://www.python.org/ftp/python/3.6.2/Python-3.6.2.tgz
tar -zxvf Python-3.6.2.tgz

[ -f sqlite-autoconf-3240000.tar.gz ] || wget https://www.sqlite.org/2018/sqlite-autoconf-3240000.tar.gz
tar -zxvf sqlite-autoconf-3240000.tar.gz

cd sqlite-autoconf-3240000
./configure --prefix=${INSTALL_BASE_PATH}
make
make install

cd ../Python-3.6.2
LD_RUN_PATH=${INSTALL_BASE_PATH}/lib configure
LDFLAGS="-L ${INSTALL_BASE_PATH}/lib"
CPPFLAGS="-I ${INSTALL_BASE_PATH}/include"
LD_RUN_PATH=${INSTALL_BASE_PATH}/lib make
./configure --prefix=${INSTALL_BASE_PATH}
make
make install

cd ~
LINE_TO_ADD="export PATH=${INSTALL_BASE_PATH}/bin:\$PATH"
if grep -q -v "${LINE_TO_ADD}" $HOME/.bash_profile; then echo "${LINE_TO_ADD}" >> $HOME/.bash_profile; fi
source $HOME/.bash_profile

Why do this? You might want a modular python environment that you can completely destroy and rebuild without affecting your managed package installation. This would give you an independent development environment. In this case, the solution is to install sqlite3 modularly too.

shell init issue when click tab, what's wrong with getcwd?

This usually occurs when your current directory does not exist anymore. Most likely, from another terminal you remove that directory (from within a script or whatever). To get rid of this, in case your current directory was recreated in the meantime, just cd to another (existing) directory and then cd back; the simplest would be: cd; cd -.

Specified cast is not valid.. how to resolve this

If you are expecting double, decimal, float, integer why not use the one which accomodates all namely decimal (128 bits are enough for most numbers you are looking at).

instead of (double)value use decimal.Parse(value.ToString()) or Convert.ToDecimal(value)

reading from stdin in c++

You have not defined the variable input_line.

Add this:

string input_line;

And add this include.

#include <string>

Here is the full example. I also removed the semi-colon after the while loop, and you should have getline inside the while to properly detect the end of the stream.

#include <iostream>
#include <string>

int main() {
    for (std::string line; std::getline(std::cin, line);) {
        std::cout << line << std::endl;
    }
    return 0;
}

Calling a function from a string in C#

In C#, you can create delegates as function pointers. Check out the following MSDN article for information on usage: http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/ms173171(VS.80).aspx

    public static void hello()
    {
        Console.Write("hello world");
    }

   /* code snipped */

    public delegate void functionPointer();

    functionPointer foo = hello;
    foo();  // Writes hello world to the console.

Use index in pandas to plot data

Also,

monthly_mean.plot(x=df.index, y='A')

Making a cURL call in C#

Call cURL from your console app is not a good idea.

But you can use TinyRestClient which make easier to build requests :

var client = new TinyRestClient(new HttpClient(),"https://api.repustate.com/");

client.PostRequest("v2/demokey/score.json").
AddQueryParameter("text", "").
ExecuteAsync<MyResponse>();

No plot window in matplotlib

If you are user of Anaconda and Spyder then best solution for you is that :

Tools --> Preferences --> Ipython console --> Graphic Section

Then in the Support for graphics (Matplotlib) section:

select two avaliable options

and in the Graphics Backend:

select Automatic

Selenium Webdriver: Entering text into text field

I had a case where I was entering text into a field after which the text would be removed automatically. Turned out it was due to some site functionality where you had to press the enter key after entering the text into the field. So, after sending your barcode text with sendKeys method, send 'enter' directly after it. Note that you will have to import the selenium Keys class. See my code below.

import org.openqa.selenium.Keys;

String barcode="0000000047166";
WebElement element_enter = driver.findElement(By.xpath("//*[@id='div-barcode']"));
element_enter.findElement(By.xpath("your xpath")).sendKeys(barcode);

element_enter.sendKeys(Keys.RETURN); // this will result in the return key being pressed upon the text field

I hope it helps..

Custom Python list sorting

Just like this example. You want sort this list.

[('c', 2), ('b', 2), ('a', 3)]

output:

[('a', 3), ('b', 2), ('c', 2)]

you should sort the tuples by the second item, then the first:

def letter_cmp(a, b):
    if a[1] > b[1]:
        return -1
    elif a[1] == b[1]:
        if a[0] > b[0]:
            return 1
        else:
            return -1
    else:
        return 1

Then convert it to a key function:

from functools import cmp_to_key
letter_cmp_key = cmp_to_key(letter_cmp))

Now you can use your custom sort order:

[('c', 2), ('b', 2), ('a', 3)].sort(key=letter_cmp_key)

@Directive vs @Component in Angular

Components

  1. To register a component we use @Component meta-data annotation.
  2. Component is a directive which uses shadow DOM to create encapsulated visual behavior called components. Components are typically used to create UI widgets.
  3. Component is used to break up the application into smaller components.
  4. Only one component can be present per DOM element.
  5. @View decorator or templateurl template are mandatory in the component.

Directive

  1. To register directives we use @Directive meta-data annotation.
  2. Directive is used to add behavior to an existing DOM element.
  3. Directive is use to design re-usable components.
  4. Many directives can be used per DOM element.
  5. Directive doesn't use View.

Sources:

http://www.codeandyou.com/2016/01/difference-between-component-and-directive-in-Angular2.html

Making a drop down list using swift?

You have to be sure to use UIPickerViewDataSource and UIPickerViewDelegate protocols or it will throw an AppDelegate error as of swift 3

Also please take note of the change in syntax:

func numberOfComponentsInPickerView(pickerView: UIPickerView) -> Int

is now:

public func numberOfComponents(in pickerView: UIPickerView) -> Int

The following below worked for me.

import UIkit

class ViewController: UIViewController, UIPickerViewDataSource, UIPickerViewDelegate {

    @IBOutlet weak var textBox: UITextField!
    @IBOutlet weak var dropDown: UIPickerView!

    var list = ["1", "2", "3"]

    public func numberOfComponents(in pickerView: UIPickerView) -> Int{
        return 1
    }

    public func pickerView(_ pickerView: UIPickerView, numberOfRowsInComponent component: Int) -> Int{

        return list.count
    }

    func pickerView(_ pickerView: UIPickerView, titleForRow row: Int, forComponent component: Int) -> String? {

        self.view.endEditing(true)
        return list[row]
    }

    func pickerView(_ pickerView: UIPickerView, didSelectRow row: Int, inComponent component: Int) {

        self.textBox.text = self.list[row]
        self.dropDown.isHidden = true
    }

    func textFieldDidBeginEditing(_ textField: UITextField) {

        if textField == self.textBox {
            self.dropDown.isHidden = false
            //if you don't want the users to se the keyboard type:

            textField.endEditing(true)
        }
    }
}

combining results of two select statements

While it is possible to combine the results, I would advise against doing so.

You have two fundamentally different types of queries that return a different number of rows, a different number of columns and different types of data. It would be best to leave it as it is - two separate queries.

Decompile an APK, modify it and then recompile it

I know this question is answered still and I am not trying to be smart here. I'll just want to share another method on this topic.

Download applications with apk grail

APK Grail providing the free zip file of the application.

Set default host and port for ng serve in config file

We have two ways to change default port number in Angular.

First way is by CLI command:

ng serve --port 2400 --open

Second way is by configuration at the location:

ProjectName\node_modules\@angular-devkit\build-angular\src\dev-server\schema.json.

Make changes in schema.json file.

{
 "title": "Dev Server Target",
  "description": "Dev Server target options for Build Facade.",
  "type": "object",
  "properties": {
    "browserTarget": {
      "type": "string",
      "description": "Target to serve."
    },
    "port": {
      "type": "number",
      "description": "Port to listen on.",
      "default": 2400
    },

Freeing up a TCP/IP port?

To a kill a specific port in Linux use below command

sudo fuser -k Port_Number/tcp

replace Port_Number with your occupied port.

Interface vs Base class

Well, Josh Bloch said himself in Effective Java 2d:

Prefer interfaces over abstract classes

Some main points:

  • Existing classes can be easily retrofitted to implement a new interface. All you have to do is add the required methods if they don’t yet exist and add an implements clause to the class declaration.

  • Interfaces are ideal for defining mixins. Loosely speaking, a mixin is a type that a class can implement in addition to its “primary type” to declare that it provides some optional behavior. For example, Comparable is a mixin interface that allows a class to declare that its instances are ordered with respect to other mutually comparable objects.

  • Interfaces allow the construction of nonhierarchical type frameworks. Type hierarchies are great for organizing some things, but other things don’t fall neatly into a rigid hierarchy.

  • Interfaces enable safe, powerful functionality enhancements via the wrap- per class idiom. If you use abstract classes to define types, you leave the programmer who wants to add functionality with no alternative but to use inheritance.

Moreover, you can combine the virtues of interfaces and abstract classes by providing an abstract skeletal implementation class to go with each nontrivial interface that you export.

On the other hand, interfaces are very hard to evolve. If you add a method to an interface it'll break all of it's implementations.

PS.: Buy the book. It's a lot more detailed.

Skip certain tables with mysqldump

To exclude some table data, but not the table structure. Here is how I do it:

Dump the database structure of all tables, without any data:

mysqldump -u user -p --no-data database > database_structure.sql

Then dump the database with data, except the excluded tables, and do not dump the structure:

mysqldump -u user -p --no-create-info \
    --ignore-table=database.table1 \
    --ignore-table=database.table2 database > database_data.sql

Then, to load it into a new database:

mysql -u user -p newdatabase < database_structure.sql
mysql -u user -p newdatabase < database_data.sql

python request with authentication (access_token)

Have you tried the uncurl package (https://github.com/spulec/uncurl)? You can install it via pip, pip install uncurl. Your curl request returns:

>>> uncurl "curl --header \"Authorization:access_token myToken\" https://website.com/id"

requests.get("https://website.com/id",
    headers={
        "Authorization": "access_token myToken"
    },
    cookies={},
)

Confused about stdin, stdout and stderr?

I'm afraid your understanding is completely backwards. :)

Think of "standard in", "standard out", and "standard error" from the program's perspective, not from the kernel's perspective.

When a program needs to print output, it normally prints to "standard out". A program typically prints output to standard out with printf, which prints ONLY to standard out.

When a program needs to print error information (not necessarily exceptions, those are a programming-language construct, imposed at a much higher level), it normally prints to "standard error". It normally does so with fprintf, which accepts a file stream to use when printing. The file stream could be any file opened for writing: standard out, standard error, or any other file that has been opened with fopen or fdopen.

"standard in" is used when the file needs to read input, using fread or fgets, or getchar.

Any of these files can be easily redirected from the shell, like this:

cat /etc/passwd > /tmp/out     # redirect cat's standard out to /tmp/foo
cat /nonexistant 2> /tmp/err   # redirect cat's standard error to /tmp/error
cat < /etc/passwd              # redirect cat's standard input to /etc/passwd

Or, the whole enchilada:

cat < /etc/passwd > /tmp/out 2> /tmp/err

There are two important caveats: First, "standard in", "standard out", and "standard error" are just a convention. They are a very strong convention, but it's all just an agreement that it is very nice to be able to run programs like this: grep echo /etc/services | awk '{print $2;}' | sort and have the standard outputs of each program hooked into the standard input of the next program in the pipeline.

Second, I've given the standard ISO C functions for working with file streams (FILE * objects) -- at the kernel level, it is all file descriptors (int references to the file table) and much lower-level operations like read and write, which do not do the happy buffering of the ISO C functions. I figured to keep it simple and use the easier functions, but I thought all the same you should know the alternatives. :)

"android.view.WindowManager$BadTokenException: Unable to add window" on buider.show()

In my case I refactored code and put the creation of the Dialog in a separate class. I only handed over the clicked View because a View contains a context object already. This led to the same error message although all ran on the MainThread.

I then switched to handing over the Activity as well and used its context in the dialog creation -> Everything works now.

    fun showDialogToDeletePhoto(baseActivity: BaseActivity, clickedParent: View, deletePhotoClickedListener: DeletePhotoClickedListener) {
        val dialog = AlertDialog.Builder(baseActivity) // <-- here
   .setTitle(baseActivity.getString(R.string.alert_delete_picture_dialog_title))
...
}

I , can't format the code snippet properly, sorry :(

what's the easiest way to put space between 2 side-by-side buttons in asp.net

you can use btnSubmit::before { margin-left: 20px; }

Unable to find valid certification path to requested target - error even after cert imported

Solution when migrating from JDK 8 to JDK 10

JDK 10

root@c339504909345:/opt/jdk-minimal/jre/lib/security #  keytool -cacerts -list
Enter keystore password:
Keystore type: JKS
Keystore provider: SUN

Your keystore contains 80 entries

JDK 8

root@c39596768075:/usr/lib/jvm/java-8-openjdk-amd64/jre/lib/security/cacerts #  keytool -cacerts -list
Enter keystore password:
Keystore type: JKS
Keystore provider: SUN

Your keystore contains 151 entries

Steps to fix

  • I deleted the JDK 10 cert and replaced it with the JDK 8
  • Since I'm building Docker Images, I could quickly do that using Multi-stage builds
    • I'm building a minimal JRE using jlink as /opt/jdk/bin/jlink \ --module-path /opt/jdk/jmods...

So, here's the different paths and the sequence of the commands...

# Java 8
COPY --from=marcellodesales-springboot-builder-jdk8 /usr/lib/jvm/java-8-openjdk-amd64/jre/lib/security/cacerts /etc/ssl/certs/java/cacerts

# Java 10
RUN rm -f /opt/jdk-minimal/jre/lib/security/cacerts
RUN ln -s /etc/ssl/certs/java/cacerts /opt/jdk-minimal/jre/lib/security/cacerts

sudo in php exec()

It sounds like you need to set up passwordless sudo. Try:

%admin ALL=(ALL) NOPASSWD: osascript myscript.scpt

Also comment out the following line (in /etc/sudoers via visudo), if it is there:

Defaults    requiretty

Bin size in Matplotlib (Histogram)

I like things to happen automatically and for bins to fall on "nice" values. The following seems to work quite well.

import numpy as np
import numpy.random as random
import matplotlib.pyplot as plt
def compute_histogram_bins(data, desired_bin_size):
    min_val = np.min(data)
    max_val = np.max(data)
    min_boundary = -1.0 * (min_val % desired_bin_size - min_val)
    max_boundary = max_val - max_val % desired_bin_size + desired_bin_size
    n_bins = int((max_boundary - min_boundary) / desired_bin_size) + 1
    bins = np.linspace(min_boundary, max_boundary, n_bins)
    return bins

if __name__ == '__main__':
    data = np.random.random_sample(100) * 123.34 - 67.23
    bins = compute_histogram_bins(data, 10.0)
    print(bins)
    plt.hist(data, bins=bins)
    plt.xlabel('Value')
    plt.ylabel('Counts')
    plt.title('Compute Bins Example')
    plt.grid(True)
    plt.show()

The result has bins on nice intervals of bin size.

[-70. -60. -50. -40. -30. -20. -10.   0.  10.  20.  30.  40.  50.  60.]

computed bins histogram

How does bitshifting work in Java?

You can use e.g. this API if you would like to see bitString presentation of your numbers. Uncommons Math

Example (in jruby)

bitString = org.uncommons.maths.binary.BitString.new(java.math.BigInteger.new("12").toString(2))
bitString.setBit(1, true)
bitString.toNumber => 14

edit: Changed api link and add a little example

Change URL parameters

Another variation on Sujoy's answer. Just changed the variable names & added a namespace wrapper:

window.MyNamespace = window.MyNamespace  || {};
window.MyNamespace.Uri = window.MyNamespace.Uri || {};

(function (ns) {

    ns.SetQueryStringParameter = function(url, parameterName, parameterValue) {

        var otherQueryStringParameters = "";

        var urlParts = url.split("?");

        var baseUrl = urlParts[0];
        var queryString = urlParts[1];

        var itemSeparator = "";
        if (queryString) {

            var queryStringParts = queryString.split("&");

            for (var i = 0; i < queryStringParts.length; i++){

                if(queryStringParts[i].split('=')[0] != parameterName){

                    otherQueryStringParameters += itemSeparator + queryStringParts[i];
                    itemSeparator = "&";
                }
            }
        }

        var newQueryStringParameter = itemSeparator + parameterName + "=" + parameterValue;

        return baseUrl + "?" + otherQueryStringParameters + newQueryStringParameter;
    };

})(window.MyNamespace.Uri);

Useage is now:

var changedUrl = MyNamespace.Uri.SetQueryStringParameter(originalUrl, "CarType", "Ford");

Adding link a href to an element using css

You cannot simply add a link using CSS. CSS is used for styling.

You can style your using CSS.

If you want to give a link dynamically to then I will advice you to use jQuery or Javascript.

You can accomplish that very easily using jQuery.

I have done a sample for you. You can refer that.

URL : http://jsfiddle.net/zyk9w/

$('#link').attr('href','http://www.google.com');

This single line will do the trick.

Websocket connections with Postman

This is not possible as of May 2017, because Postman only works with HTTP methods such as POST, GET, PUT, DELETE.

P/S: There is a request for this if you want to upvote: github.com/postmanlabs/postman-app-support/issues/4009

Creating a div element in jQuery

You can use append (to add at last position of parent) or prepend (to add at fist position of parent):

$('#parent').append('<div>hello</div>');    
// or
$('<div>hello</div>').appendTo('#parent');

Alternatively, you can use the .html() or .add() as mentioned in a different answer.

How to convert hex strings to byte values in Java

String source = "testString";
byte[] byteArray = source.getBytes(encoding); 

You can foreach and do the same with all the strings in the array.

runOnUiThread in fragment

Try this: getActivity().runOnUiThread(new Runnable...

It's because:

1) the implicit this in your call to runOnUiThread is referring to AsyncTask, not your fragment.

2) Fragment doesn't have runOnUiThread.

However, Activity does.

Note that Activity just executes the Runnable if you're already on the main thread, otherwise it uses a Handler. You can implement a Handler in your fragment if you don't want to worry about the context of this, it's actually very easy:

// A class instance
private Handler mHandler = new Handler(Looper.getMainLooper());

// anywhere else in your code
mHandler.post(<your runnable>);
// ^ this will always be run on the next run loop on the main thread.

EDIT: @rciovati is right, you are in onPostExecute, that's already on the main thread.

Rmi connection refused with localhost

It seems to work when I replace the

Runtime.getRuntime().exec("rmiregistry 2020");

by

LocateRegistry.createRegistry(2020);

anyone an idea why? What's the difference?

JavaScript Array splice vs slice

Another example:

[2,4,8].splice(1, 2) -> returns [4, 8], original array is [2]

[2,4,8].slice(1, 2) -> returns 4, original array is [2,4,8]

C# string does not contain possible?

Use Enumerable.Contains function:

var result =
    !(compareString.Contains(firstString) || compareString.Contains(secondString));

Android: Pass data(extras) to a fragment

There is a simple why that I prefered to the bundle due to the no duplicate data in memory. It consists of a init public method for the fragment

private ArrayList<Music> listMusics = new ArrayList<Music>();
private ListView listMusic;


public static ListMusicFragment createInstance(List<Music> music) {
    ListMusicFragment fragment = new ListMusicFragment();
    fragment.init(music);
    return fragment;
}

public void init(List<Music> music){
    this.listMusic = music;
}

@Override
public View onCreateView(LayoutInflater inflater, ViewGroup container, 
    Bundle savedInstanceState)
{

    View view = inflater.inflate(R.layout.musiclistview, container, false);
    listMusic = (ListView) view.findViewById(R.id.musicListView);
    listMusic.setAdapter(new MusicBaseAdapter(getActivity(), listMusics));

    return view;
}
}

In two words, you create an instance of the fragment an by the init method (u can call it as u want) you pass the reference of your list without create a copy by serialization to the instance of the fragment. This is very usefull because if you change something in the list u will get it in the other parts of the app and ofcourse, you use less memory.

Rails and PostgreSQL: Role postgres does not exist

Actually, for some unknown reason, I found the issue was actually because the postgresql role hadn't been created.

Try running:

createuser -s -r postgres

Note that roles are the way that PostgreSQL maintains database permissions. If there is no role for the postgres user, then it can't access anything. The createuser command is a thin wrapper around the commands CREATE USER, CREATE ROLE, etc.

IIS7 Cache-Control

The F5 Refresh has the semantic of "please reload the current HTML AND its direct dependancies". Hence you should expect to see any imgs, css and js resource directly referenced by the HTML also being refetched. Of course a 304 is an acceptable response to this but F5 refresh implies that the browser will make the request rather than rely on fresh cache content.

Instead try simply navigating somewhere else and then navigating back.

You can force the refresh, past a 304, by holding ctrl while pressing f5 in most browsers.

Calling @Html.Partial to display a partial view belonging to a different controller

As GvS said, but I also find it useful to use strongly typed views so that I can write something like

@Html.Partial(MVC.Student.Index(), model)

without magic strings.

Is if(document.getElementById('something')!=null) identical to if(document.getElementById('something'))?

Just do it like this:

if(!document.getElementById("someId") { /Some code. Note the NOT (!) in the expresion/ };

If element with id "someId" does not exist expresion will return TRUE (NOT FALSE === TRUE) or !false === true;

try this code:

<!DOCTYPE html>
<html>
    <head>
        <meta charset="UTF-8">
        <meta name="format-detection" content="telephone-no">
        <meta name="viewport" content="user-scalable=no, initial-scale=1, minimum-scale=1, maximum-scale=1, width=device-width, height=device-height, target-densitydpi=device-dpi">
        <title>Test</title>
    </head>
    <body>
      <script>
var createPerson = function (name) {
    var person;
    if (!document.getElementById(name)) {
        alert("Element does not exist. Let's create it.");
      person = document.createElement("div");
//add argument name as the ID of the element
      person.id = name;
//append element to the body of the document
      document.body.appendChild(person);
    } else {
        alert("Element exists. Lets get it by ID!");
      person = document.getElementById(name);
    }
    person.innerHTML = "HI THERE!";

};
//run the function.
createPerson("someid");
          </script>
       </body>
</html>

Try this in your browser and it should alert "Element does not exist. Let's create it."

Now add

<div id="someid"></div>

to the body of the page and try again. Voila! :)

Are there such things as variables within an Excel formula?

Two options:

  • VLOOKUP function in its own cell: =VLOOKUP(A1, B:B, 1, 0) (in say, C1), then formula referencing C1: =IF( C1 > 10, C1 - 10, C1 )
  • create a UDF:

Function MyFunc(a1, a2, a3, a4)
    Dim v as Variant
    v = Application.WorksheetFunction.VLookup(a1, a2, a3, a4)
    If v > 10 Then
        MyFunc = v - 10
    Else
        MyFunc = v
    End If
End Function

CocoaPods Errors on Project Build

I got rid of the same problem by doing following steps:

  • Xcode->Product->Clean Build Folder (hold alt key on Product to see it)
  • Open Xcode->Window->Organizer and select Projects tab. Then find your project and delete derived data of the project.

Ifelse statement in R with multiple conditions

There is a simpler solution to this. What you describe is the natural behavior of the & operator and can thus be done primatively:

> c(1,1,NA) & c(1,0,NA) & c(1,NA,NA)
[1]  TRUE FALSE    NA

If all are 1, then 1 is returned. If any are 0, then 0. If all are NA, then NA.

In your case, the code would be:

DF$Den<-DF$Denial1 & DF$Denial2 & DF$Denial3

In order for this to work, you will need to stop working in character and use numeric or logical types.

Greyscale Background Css Images

I know it's a really old question, but it's the first result on duckduckgo, so I wanted to share what I think it's a better and more modern solution.

You can use background-blend-mode property to achieve a greyscale image:

#something {
  background-color: #fff;
  background-image: url("yourimage");
  background-blend-mode: luminosity;
}

If you want to remove the effect, just change the blend-mode to initial.

You may need to play a little bit with the background-color if this element is over something with a background. What I've found is that the greyscale does not depend on the actual color but on the alpha value. So, if you have a blue background on the parent, set the same background on #something.

You can also use two images, one with color and the other without and set both as background and play with other blend modes.

https://www.w3schools.com/cssref/pr_background-blend-mode.asp

It won't work on Edge though.

EDIT: I've miss the "fade" part of the question.

If you wan't to make it fade from/to grayscale, you can use a css transition on the background color changeing it's alpha value:

#something {
  background-color: rgba(255,255,255,1);
  background-image: url("yourimage");
  background-blend-mode: luminosity;
  transition: background-color 1s ease-out;
}
#something:hover {
  background-color: rgba(255,255,255,0);
}

I'm also adding a codepen example for completeness https://codepen.io/anon/pen/OBKKVZ

Check if file is already open

(The Q&A is about how to deal with Windows "open file" locks ... not how implement this kind of locking portably.)

This whole issue is fraught with portability issues and race conditions:

  • You could try to use FileLock, but it is not necessarily supported for your OS and/or filesystem.
  • It appears that on Windows you may be unable to use FileLock if another application has opened the file in a particular way.
  • Even if you did manage to use FileLock or something else, you've still got the problem that something may come in and open the file between you testing the file and doing the rename.

A simpler though non-portable solution is to just try the rename (or whatever it is you are trying to do) and diagnose the return value and / or any Java exceptions that arise due to opened files.

Notes:

  1. If you use the Files API instead of the File API you will get more information in the event of a failure.

  2. On systems (e.g. Linux) where you are allowed to rename a locked or open file, you won't get any failure result or exceptions. The operation will just succeed. However, on such systems you generally don't need to worry if a file is already open, since the OS doesn't lock files on open.

Updating user data - ASP.NET Identity

I am using .Net Core 3.1 or higher version.Please follow the solution:

  public class UpdateAssignUserRole
    {
        public string username { get; set; }
        public string rolename { get; set; }
        public bool IsEdit { get; set; }

    }

 private async Task UpdateSeedUsers(UserManager<IdentityUser> userManager, UpdateAssignUserRole updateassignUsername)
        {
            IList<Users> Users = await FindByUserName(updateassignUsername.username);

            if (await userManager.FindByNameAsync(updateassignUsername.username) != null)
            {
                var user = new IdentityUser
                {
                    UserName = updateassignUsername.username,
                    Email = Users[0].Email,
 
                };
                var result = await userManager.FindByNameAsync(updateassignUsername.username);
                if (result != null)
                {
                    IdentityResult deletionResult = await userManager.RemoveFromRolesAsync(result, await userManager.GetRolesAsync(result));
                    if (deletionResult != null)
                    {
                        await userManager.AddToRoleAsync(result, updateassignUsername.rolename);
                    }
                }
            }

        }

Dump Mongo Collection into JSON format

Here's mine command for reference:

mongoexport --db AppDB --collection files --pretty --out output.json

On Windows 7 (MongoDB 3.4), one has to move the cmd to the place where mongod.exe and mongo.exe file resides => C:\MongoDB\Server\3.4\bin else it won't work saying it does not recongnize mongoexport command.

How to generate and auto increment Id with Entity Framework

You have a bad table design. You can't autoincrement a string, that doesn't make any sense. You have basically two options:

1.) change type of ID to int instead of string
2.) not recommended!!! - handle autoincrement by yourself. You first need to get the latest value from the database, parse it to the integer, increment it and attach it to the entity as a string again. VERY BAD idea

First option requires to change every table that has a reference to this table, BUT it's worth it.

scp from remote host to local host

You need the ip of the other pc and do:

scp user@ip_of_remote_pc:/home/user/stuff.php /Users/djorge/Desktop

it will ask you for 'user's password on the other pc.

Pip error: Microsoft Visual C++ 14.0 is required

On Windows, I strongly recommand installing latest Visual Stuido Community, it's free, you will maybe miss some build tools if you only install vc_redist, so you can easily install package by pip instead of wheel, it save lot of time

Android RecyclerView addition & removal of items

if still item not removed use this magic method :)

private void deleteItem(int position) {
        mDataSet.remove(position);
        notifyItemRemoved(position);
        notifyItemRangeChanged(position, mDataSet.size());
        holder.itemView.setVisibility(View.GONE);
}

Kotlin version

private fun deleteItem(position: Int) {
    mDataSet.removeAt(position)
    notifyItemRemoved(position)
    notifyItemRangeChanged(position, mDataSet.size)
    holder.itemView.visibility = View.GONE
}

delete vs delete[] operators in C++

This the basic usage of allocate/DE-allocate pattern in c++ malloc/free, new/delete, new[]/delete[]

We need to use them correspondingly. But I would like to add this particular understanding for the difference between delete and delete[]

1) delete is used to de-allocate memory allocated for single object

2) delete[] is used to de-allocate memory allocated for array of objects

class ABC{}

ABC *ptr = new ABC[100]

when we say new ABC[100], compiler can get the information about how many objects that needs to be allocated(here it is 100) and will call the constructor for each of the objects created

but correspondingly if we simply use delete ptr for this case, compiler will not know how many objects that ptr is pointing to and will end up calling of destructor and deleting memory for only 1 object(leaving the invocation of destructors and deallocation of remaining 99 objects). Hence there will be a memory leak.

so we need to use delete [] ptr in this case.

Pythonically add header to a csv file

You just add one additional row before you execute the loop. This row contains your CSV file header name.

schema = ['a','b','c','b']
row = 4
generators = ['A','B','C','D']
with open('test.csv','wb') as csvfile:    
     writer = csv.writer(csvfile, delimiter=delimiter)
# Gives the header name row into csv
     writer.writerow([g for g in schema])   
#Data add in csv file       
     for x in xrange(rows):
         writer.writerow([g() for g in generators])

add column to mysql table if it does not exist

Below are the Stored procedure in MySQL To Add Column(s) in different Table(s) in different Database(s) if column does not exists in a Database(s) Table(s) with following advantages

  • multiple columns can be added use at once to alter multiple Table in different Databases
  • three mysql commands run, i.e. DROP, CREATE, CALL For Procedure
  • DATABASE Name should be changes as per USE otherwise problem may occur for multiple datas

_x000D_
_x000D_
DROP PROCEDURE  IF EXISTS `AlterTables`;_x000D_
DELIMITER $$_x000D_
CREATE PROCEDURE `AlterTables`() _x000D_
BEGIN_x000D_
    DECLARE table1_column1_count INT;_x000D_
    DECLARE table2_column2_count INT;_x000D_
    SET table1_column1_count = (  SELECT COUNT(*) _x000D_
                    FROM INFORMATION_SCHEMA.COLUMNS_x000D_
                    WHERE   TABLE_SCHEMA = 'DATABASE_NAME' AND_x000D_
       TABLE_NAME = 'TABLE_NAME1' AND _x000D_
                            COLUMN_NAME = 'TABLE_NAME1_COLUMN1');_x000D_
    SET table2_column2_count = (  SELECT COUNT(*) _x000D_
                    FROM INFORMATION_SCHEMA.COLUMNS_x000D_
                    WHERE   TABLE_SCHEMA = 'DATABASE_NAME' AND_x000D_
       TABLE_NAME = 'TABLE_NAME2' AND _x000D_
                            COLUMN_NAME = 'TABLE_NAME2_COLUMN2');_x000D_
    IF table1_column1_count = 0 THEN_x000D_
        ALTER TABLE `TABLE_NAME1`ADD `TABLE_NAME1_COLUMN1` text COLLATE 'latin1_swedish_ci' NULL AFTER `TABLE_NAME1_COLUMN3`,COMMENT='COMMENT HERE';_x000D_
    END IF;_x000D_
    IF table2_column2_count = 0 THEN_x000D_
        ALTER TABLE `TABLE_NAME2` ADD `TABLE_NAME2_COLUMN2` VARCHAR( 100 ) NULL DEFAULT NULL COMMENT 'COMMENT HERE';_x000D_
    END IF;_x000D_
END $$_x000D_
DELIMITER ;_x000D_
call AlterTables();
_x000D_
_x000D_
_x000D_

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

I just simply inject an IEnumerable

ConfigureServices in Startup.cs

Assembly.GetEntryAssembly().GetTypesAssignableFrom<IService>().ForEach((t)=>
                {
                    services.AddScoped(typeof(IService), t);
                });

Services Folder

public interface IService
{
    string Name { get; set; }
}

public class ServiceA : IService
{
    public string Name { get { return "A"; } }
}

public class ServiceB : IService
{    
    public string Name { get { return "B"; } }
}

public class ServiceC : IService
{    
    public string Name { get { return "C"; } }
}

MyController.cs

public class MyController
{
    private readonly IEnumerable<IService> _services;
    public MyController(IEnumerable<IService> services)
    {
        _services = services;
    }
    public void DoSomething()
    {
        var service = _services.Where(s => s.Name == "A").Single();
    }
...
}

Extensions.cs

    public static List<Type> GetTypesAssignableFrom<T>(this Assembly assembly)
    {
        return assembly.GetTypesAssignableFrom(typeof(T));
    }
    public static List<Type> GetTypesAssignableFrom(this Assembly assembly, Type compareType)
    {
        List<Type> ret = new List<Type>();
        foreach (var type in assembly.DefinedTypes)
        {
            if (compareType.IsAssignableFrom(type) && compareType != type)
            {
                ret.Add(type);
            }
        }
        return ret;
    }

In Jenkins, how to checkout a project into a specific directory (using GIT)

In the new Jenkins 2.0 pipeline (previously named the Workflow Plugin), this is done differently for:

  • The main repository
  • Other additional repositories

Here I am specifically referring to the Multibranch Pipeline version 2.9.

Main repository

This is the repository that contains your Jenkinsfile.

In the Configure screen for your pipeline project, enter your repository name, etc.

Do not use Additional Behaviors > Check out to a sub-directory. This will put your Jenkinsfile in the sub-directory where Jenkins cannot find it.

In Jenkinsfile, check out the main repository in the subdirectory using dir():

dir('subDir') {
    checkout scm
}

Additional repositories

If you want to check out more repositories, use the Pipeline Syntax generator to automatically generate a Groovy code snippet.

In the Configure screen for your pipeline project:

  1. Select Pipeline Syntax. In the Sample Step drop down menu, choose checkout: General SCM.
  2. Select your SCM system, such as Git. Fill in the usual information about your repository or depot.
  3. Note that in the Multibranch Pipeline, environment variable env.BRANCH_NAME contains the branch name of the main repository.
  4. In the Additional Behaviors drop down menu, select Check out to a sub-directory
  5. Click Generate Groovy. Jenkins will display the Groovy code snippet corresponding to the SCM checkout that you specified.
  6. Copy this code into your pipeline script or Jenkinsfile.

matplotlib error - no module named tkinter

Almost all answers I searched for this issue say that Python on Windows comes with tkinter and tcl already installed, and I had no luck trying to download or install them using pip, or actviestate.com site. I eventually found that when I was installing python using the binary installer, I had unchecked the module related to TCL and tkinter. So, I ran the binary installer again and chose to modify my python version by this time selecting this option. No need to do anything manually then. If you go to your python terminal, then the following commands should show you version of tkinter installed with your Python:

import tkinter
import _tkinter
tkinter._test()

How to run a function in jquery

function doosomething ()
{
  //Doo something
}


$(function () {


  $("div.class").click(doosomething);

  $("div.secondclass").click(doosomething);

});

How do I shrink my SQL Server Database?

This is an old question but I just happened upon it.

The really short and a correct answer is already given and has the most votes. That is how you shrink a transaction log, and that was probably the OPs problem. And when the transaction log has grown out of control, it often needs to be shrunk back, but care should be taken to prevent future situations of a log growing out of control. This question on dba.se explains that. Basically - Don't let it get that large in the first place through proper recovery model, transaction log maintenance, transaction management, etc.

But the bigger question in my mind when reading this question about shrinking the data file (or even the log file) is why? and what bad things happen when you try? It appears as though shrink operations were done. Now in this case it makes sense in a sense - because MSDE/Express editions are capped at max DB size. But the right answer may be to look at the right version for your needs. And if you stumble upon this question looking to shrink your production database and this isn't the reason why, you should ask yourself the why? question.

I don't want someone searching the web for "how to shrink a database" coming across this and thinking it is a cool or acceptable thing to do.

Shrinking Data Files is a special task that should be reserved for special occasions. Consider that when you shrink a database, you are effectively fragmenting your indexes. Consider that when you shrink a database you are taking away the free space that a database may someday grow right back into - effectively wasting your time and incurring the performance hit of a shrink operation only to see the DB grow again.

I wrote about this concept in several blog posts about shrinking databases. This one called "Don't touch that shrink button" comes to mind first. I talk about these concepts outlined here - but also the concept of "Right-Sizing" your database. It is far better to decide what your database size needs to be, plan for future growth and allocate it to that amount. With Instant File Initialization available in SQL Server 2005 and beyond for data files, the cost of growths is lower - but I still prefer to have a proper initial application - and I'm far less scared of white space in a database than I am of shrinking in general with no thought first. :)

Adding a Method to an Existing Object Instance

What Jason Pratt posted is correct.

>>> class Test(object):
...   def a(self):
...     pass
... 
>>> def b(self):
...   pass
... 
>>> Test.b = b
>>> type(b)
<type 'function'>
>>> type(Test.a)
<type 'instancemethod'>
>>> type(Test.b)
<type 'instancemethod'>

As you can see, Python doesn't consider b() any different than a(). In Python all methods are just variables that happen to be functions.

Save bitmap to location

Some new devices don't save bitmap So I explained a little more..

make sure you have added below Permission

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

and create a xml file under xml folder name provider_paths.xml

<?xml version="1.0" encoding="utf-8"?>
<paths>
    <external-path
        name="external_files"
        path="." />
</paths>

and in AndroidManifest under

<provider
            android:name="android.support.v4.content.FileProvider"
            android:authorities="${applicationId}.provider"
            android:exported="false"
            android:grantUriPermissions="true">
            <meta-data
                android:name="android.support.FILE_PROVIDER_PATHS"
                android:resource="@xml/provider_paths"/>
        </provider>

then simply call saveBitmapFile(passYourBitmapHere)

public static void saveBitmapFile(Bitmap bitmap) throws IOException {
        File mediaFile = getOutputMediaFile();
        FileOutputStream fileOutputStream = new FileOutputStream(mediaFile);
        bitmap.compress(Bitmap.CompressFormat.JPEG, getQualityNumber(bitmap), fileOutputStream);
        fileOutputStream.flush();
        fileOutputStream.close();
    }

where

File getOutputMediaFile() {
        File mediaStorageDir = new File(
                Environment.getExternalStorageDirectory(),
                "easyTouchPro");
        if (mediaStorageDir.isDirectory()) {

            // Create a media file name
            String timeStamp = new SimpleDateFormat("yyyyMMdd_HHmmss")
                    .format(Calendar.getInstance().getTime());
            String mCurrentPath = mediaStorageDir.getPath() + File.separator
                            + "IMG_" + timeStamp + ".jpg";
            File mediaFile = new File(mCurrentPath);
            return mediaFile;
        } else { /// error handling for PIE devices..
            mediaStorageDir.delete();
            mediaStorageDir.mkdirs();
            galleryAddPic(mediaStorageDir);

            return (getOutputMediaFile());
        }
    }

and other methods

public static int getQualityNumber(Bitmap bitmap) {
        int size = bitmap.getByteCount();
        int percentage = 0;

        if (size > 500000 && size <= 800000) {
            percentage = 15;
        } else if (size > 800000 && size <= 1000000) {
            percentage = 20;
        } else if (size > 1000000 && size <= 1500000) {
            percentage = 25;
        } else if (size > 1500000 && size <= 2500000) {
            percentage = 27;
        } else if (size > 2500000 && size <= 3500000) {
            percentage = 30;
        } else if (size > 3500000 && size <= 4000000) {
            percentage = 40;
        } else if (size > 4000000 && size <= 5000000) {
            percentage = 50;
        } else if (size > 5000000) {
            percentage = 75;
        }

        return percentage;
    }

and

void galleryAddPic(File f) {
        Intent mediaScanIntent = new Intent(
                "android.intent.action.MEDIA_SCANNER_SCAN_FILE");
        Uri contentUri = Uri.fromFile(f);
        mediaScanIntent.setData(contentUri);

        this.sendBroadcast(mediaScanIntent);
    }

Add unique constraint to combination of two columns

In my case, I needed to allow many inactives and only one combination of two keys active, like this:

UUL_USR_IDF  UUL_UND_IDF    UUL_ATUAL
137          18             0
137          19             0
137          20             1
137          21             0

This seems to work:

CREATE UNIQUE NONCLUSTERED INDEX UQ_USR_UND_UUL_USR_IDF_UUL_ATUAL
ON USER_UND(UUL_USR_IDF, UUL_ATUAL)
WHERE UUL_ATUAL = 1;

Here are my test cases:

SELECT * FROM USER_UND WHERE UUL_USR_IDF = 137

insert into USER_UND values (137, 22, 1) --I CAN NOT => Cannot insert duplicate key row in object 'dbo.USER_UND' with unique index 'UQ_USR_UND_UUL_USR_IDF_UUL_ATUAL'. The duplicate key value is (137, 1).
insert into USER_UND values (137, 23, 0) --I CAN
insert into USER_UND values (137, 24, 0) --I CAN

DELETE FROM USER_UND WHERE UUL_USR_ID = 137

insert into USER_UND values (137, 22, 1) --I CAN
insert into USER_UND values (137, 27, 1) --I CAN NOT => Cannot insert duplicate key row in object 'dbo.USER_UND' with unique index 'UQ_USR_UND_UUL_USR_IDF_UUL_ATUAL'. The duplicate key value is (137, 1).
insert into USER_UND values (137, 28, 0) --I CAN
insert into USER_UND values (137, 29, 0) --I CAN

Trim leading and trailing spaces from a string in awk

Warning by @Geoff: see my note below, only one of the suggestions in this answer works (though on both columns).

I would use sed:

sed 's/, /,/' input.txt

This will remove on leading space after the , . Output:

Name,Order
Trim,working
cat,cat1

More general might be the following, it will remove possibly multiple spaces and/or tabs after the ,:

sed 's/,[ \t]\?/,/g' input.txt

It will also work with more than two columns because of the global modifier /g


@Floris asked in discussion for a solution that removes trailing and and ending whitespaces in each colum (even the first and last) while not removing white spaces in the middle of a column:

sed 's/[ \t]\?,[ \t]\?/,/g; s/^[ \t]\+//g; s/[ \t]\+$//g' input.txt

*EDIT by @Geoff, I've appended the input file name to this one, and now it only removes all leading & trailing spaces (though from both columns). The other suggestions within this answer don't work. But try: " Multiple spaces , and 2 spaces before here " *


IMO sed is the optimal tool for this job. However, here comes a solution with awk because you've asked for that:

awk -F', ' '{printf "%s,%s\n", $1, $2}' input.txt

Another simple solution that comes in mind to remove all whitespaces is tr -d:

cat input.txt | tr -d ' '

How can I exclude directories from grep -R?

This syntax

--exclude-dir={dir1,dir2}

is expanded by the shell (e.g. Bash), not by grep, into this:

--exclude-dir=dir1 --exclude-dir=dir2

Quoting will prevent the shell from expanding it, so this won't work:

--exclude-dir='{dir1,dir2}'    <-- this won't work

The patterns used with --exclude-dir are the same kind of patterns described in the man page for the --exclude option:

--exclude=GLOB
    Skip files whose base name matches GLOB (using wildcard matching).
    A file-name glob can use *, ?, and [...]  as wildcards, and \ to
    quote a wildcard or backslash character literally.

The shell will generally try to expand such a pattern itself, so to avoid this, you should quote it:

--exclude-dir='dir?'

You can use the curly braces and quoted exclude patterns together like this:

--exclude-dir={'dir?','dir??'}

A pattern can span multiple path segments:

--exclude-dir='some*/?lse'

This would exclude a directory like topdir/something/else.

Reverting to a previous revision using TortoiseSVN

Here's another method that's unorthodox, but works*.

I recently found myself in a situation where I'd checked in breaking code, knowing that I couldn't update our production code to it until all the integration work had taken place (in retrospect this was a bad decision, but we didn't expect to get stalled out, but other projects took precedence). That was several months ago, and the integration has been stalled for that entire time. Along comes a requirement to change the base code and get it into production last week without the breaking change.

Here's what we did:

After verifying that the new requirement doesn't break anything when using the revision before my check in, I made a copy of the working directory containing the new code. Then I deleted everything in the working directory and checked out the revision I wanted to it. Then I deleted all the files I'd just checked out, and copied in the files from the working copy. Then I committed that change, effectively wiping out the breaking change from the repository and getting the production code in place as the head revision. We still have the breaking change available, but it's no longer in the head revision so we can move forward to production.

*I don't recommend this method, but if you find yourself in a similar situation, it's a way out that's not too painful.

Waiting for background processes to finish before exiting script

Even if you do not have the pid, you can trigger 'wait;' after triggering all background processes. For. eg. in commandfile.sh-

bteq < input_file1.sql > output_file1.sql &
bteq < input_file2.sql > output_file2.sql &
bteq < input_file3.sql > output_file3.sql &
wait

Then when this is triggered, as -

subprocess.call(['sh', 'commandfile.sh'])
print('all background processes done.')

This will be printed only after all the background processes are done.

Android - border for button

Please look here about creating a shape drawable http://developer.android.com/guide/topics/resources/drawable-resource.html#Shape

Once you have done this, in the XML for your button set android:background="@drawable/your_button_border"

Ruby value of a hash key?

As an addition to e.g. @Intrepidd s answer, in certain situations you want to use fetch instead of []. For fetch not to throw an exception when the key is not found, pass it a default value.

puts "ok" if hash.fetch('key', nil) == 'X'

Reference: https://docs.ruby-lang.org/en/2.3.0/Hash.html .

VS 2017 Metadata file '.dll could not be found

For me cleaning and building didn't work. Unloading the project didn't work. Restarting Visual Studio or even the pc didn't work. This is what did work:

Go to each of the projects that are throwing the error, and in References, delete the reference to the problematic project and add it again. That solves the issue.

The problem seems to be related to moving a project around (Move it inside a folder for example), then a different project that references it, have its path wrong and can't find it.

How can I install a CPAN module into a local directory?

I had a similar problem, where I couldn't even install local::lib

I created an installer that installed the module somewhere relative to the .pl files

The install goes like:

perl Makefile.PL PREFIX=./modulos
make
make install

Then, in the .pl file that requires the module, which is in ./

use lib qw(./modulos/share/perl/5.8.8/); # You may need to change this path
use module::name;

The rest of the files (makefile.pl, module.pm, etc) require no changes.

You can call the .pl file with just

perl file.pl

Purpose of __repr__ method?

__repr__ should return a printable representation of the object, most likely one of the ways possible to create this object. See official documentation here. __repr__ is more for developers while __str__ is for end users.

A simple example:

>>> class Point:
...   def __init__(self, x, y):
...     self.x, self.y = x, y
...   def __repr__(self):
...     return 'Point(x=%s, y=%s)' % (self.x, self.y)
>>> p = Point(1, 2)
>>> p
Point(x=1, y=2)

How to convert a column of DataTable to a List

Try this:

static void Main(string[] args)
{
    var dt = new DataTable
    {
        Columns = { { "Lastname",typeof(string) }, { "Firstname",typeof(string) } }
    };
    dt.Rows.Add("Lennon", "John");
    dt.Rows.Add("McCartney", "Paul");
    dt.Rows.Add("Harrison", "George");
    dt.Rows.Add("Starr", "Ringo");

    List<string> s = dt.AsEnumerable().Select(x => x[0].ToString()).ToList();

    foreach(string e in s)
        Console.WriteLine(e);

    Console.ReadLine();
}

When I catch an exception, how do I get the type, file, and line number?

Without any imports, but also incompatible with imported modules:

try:
    raise TypeError("Hello, World!")  # line 2
except Exception as e:
    print(
        type(e).__name__,          # TypeError
        __file__,                  # /tmp/example.py
        e.__traceback__.tb_lineno  # 2
    )

$ python3 /tmp/example.py
TypeError /tmp/example.py 2

To reiterate, this does not work across imports or modules, so if you do import X; try: X.example(); then the filename and line number will point to the line containing X.example() instead of the line where it went wrong within X.example(). If anyone knows how to easily get the file name and line number from the last stack trace line (I expected something like e[-1].filename, but no such luck), please improve this answer.

How do I create a slug in Django?

If you don't want to set the slugfield to Not be editable, then I believe you'll want to set the Null and Blank properties to False. Otherwise you'll get an error when trying to save in Admin.

So a modification to the above example would be::

class test(models.Model):
    q = models.CharField(max_length=30)
    s = models.SlugField(null=True, blank=True) # Allow blank submission in admin.

    def save(self):
        if not self.id:
            self.s = slugify(self.q)

        super(test, self).save()

Align text in JLabel to the right

To me, it seems as if your actual intention is to put different words on different lines. But let me answer your first question:

JLabel lab=new JLabel("text");
lab.setHorizontalAlignment(SwingConstants.LEFT);     

And if you have an image:

JLabel lab=new Jlabel("text");
lab.setIcon(new ImageIcon("path//img.png"));
lab.setHorizontalTextPosition(SwingConstants.LEFT);

But, I believe you want to make the label such that there are only 2 words on 1 line.

In that case try this:

String urText="<html>You can<br>use basic HTML<br>in Swing<br> components," 
   +"Hope<br> I helped!";
JLabel lac=new JLabel(urText);
lac.setAlignmentX(Component.RIGHT_ALIGNMENT);

C - freeing structs

Simple answer : free(testPerson) is enough .

Remember you can use free() only when you have allocated memory using malloc, calloc or realloc.

In your case you have only malloced memory for testPerson so freeing that is sufficient.

If you have used char * firstname , *last surName then in that case to store name you must have allocated the memory and that's why you had to free each member individually.

Here is also a point it should be in the reverse order; that means, the memory allocated for elements is done later so free() it first then free the pointer to object.

Freeing each element you can see the demo shown below:

typedef struct Person
{
char * firstname , *last surName;
}Person;
Person *ptrobj =malloc(sizeof(Person)); // memory allocation for struct
ptrobj->firstname = malloc(n); // memory allocation for firstname
ptrobj->surName = malloc(m); // memory allocation for surName

.
. // do whatever you want

free(ptrobj->surName);
free(ptrobj->firstname);
free(ptrobj);

The reason behind this is, if you free the ptrobj first, then there will be memory leaked which is the memory allocated by firstname and suName pointers.

Scala how can I count the number of occurrences in a list

I had the same problem as Sharath Prabhal, and I got another (to me clearer) solution :

val s = Seq("apple", "oranges", "apple", "banana", "apple", "oranges", "oranges")
s.groupBy(l => l).map(t => (t._1, t._2.length))

With as result :

Map(banana -> 1, oranges -> 3, apple -> 3)

Automatically pass $event with ng-click?

As others said, you can't actually strictly do what you are asking for. That said, all of the tools available to the angular framework are actually available to you as well! What that means is you can actually write your own elements and provide this feature yourself. I wrote one of these up as an example which you can see at the following plunkr (http://plnkr.co/edit/Qrz9zFjc7Ud6KQoNMEI1).

The key parts of this are that I define a "clickable" element (don't do this if you need older IE support). In code that looks like:

<clickable>
  <h1>Hello World!</h1>
</clickable>

Then I defined a directive to take this clickable element and turn it into what I want (something that automatically sets up my click event):

app.directive('clickable', function() {
    return {
        transclude: true,
        restrict: 'E',
        template: '<div ng-transclude ng-click="handleClick($event)"></div>'
    };
});

Finally in my controller I have the click event ready to go:

$scope.handleClick = function($event) {
    var i = 0;
};

Now, its worth stating that this hard codes the name of the method that handles the click event. If you wanted to eliminate this, you should be able to provide the directive with the name of your click handler and "tada" - you have an element (or attribute) that you can use and never have to inject "$event" again.

Hope that helps!

How can I initialize a C# List in the same line I declare it. (IEnumerable string Collection Example)

Posting this answer for folks wanting to initialize list with POCOs and also coz this is the first thing that pops up in search but all answers only for list of type string.

You can do this two ways one is directly setting the property by setter assignment or much cleaner by creating a constructor that takes in params and sets the properties.

class MObject {        
        public int Code { get; set; }
        public string Org { get; set; }
    }

List<MObject> theList = new List<MObject> { new MObject{ PASCode = 111, Org="Oracle" }, new MObject{ PASCode = 444, Org="MS"} };

OR by parameterized constructor

class MObject {
        public MObject(int code, string org)
        {
            Code = code;
            Org = org;
        }

        public int Code { get; set; }
        public string Org { get; set; }
    }

List<MObject> theList = new List<MObject> {new MObject( 111, "Oracle" ), new MObject(222,"SAP")};


        

Call apply-like function on each row of dataframe with multiple arguments from each row

I came here looking for tidyverse function name - which I knew existed. Adding this for (my) future reference and for tidyverse enthusiasts: purrrlyr:invoke_rows (purrr:invoke_rows in older versions).

With connection to standard stats methods as in the original question, the broom package would probably help.

how to use XPath with XDocument?

If you have XDocument it is easier to use LINQ-to-XML:

var document = XDocument.Load(fileName);
var name = document.Descendants(XName.Get("Name", @"http://demo.com/2011/demo-schema")).First().Value;

If you are sure that XPath is the only solution you need:

using System.Xml.XPath;

var document = XDocument.Load(fileName);
var namespaceManager = new XmlNamespaceManager(new NameTable());
namespaceManager.AddNamespace("empty", "http://demo.com/2011/demo-schema");
var name = document.XPathSelectElement("/empty:Report/empty:ReportInfo/empty:Name", namespaceManager).Value;

How do I install a module globally using npm?

I like using a package.json file in the root of your app folder.

Here is one I use

nvm use v0.6.4

http://pastie.org/3232212

npm install

Mysql database sync between two databases

SymmetricDS is the answer. It supports multiple subscribers with one direction or bi-directional asynchronous data replication. It uses web and database technologies to replicate tables between relational databases, in near real time if desired.

Comprehensive and robust Java API to suit your needs.

How can I modify the size of column in a MySQL table?

Have you tried this?

ALTER TABLE <table_name> MODIFY <col_name> VARCHAR(65353);

This will change the col_name's type to VARCHAR(65353)

How to check task status in Celery?

  • First,in your celery APP:

vi my_celery_apps/app1.py

app = Celery(worker_name)
  • and next, change to the task file,import app from your celery app module.

vi tasks/task1.py

from my_celery_apps.app1 import app

app.AsyncResult(taskid)

try:
   if task.state.lower() != "success":
        return
except:
    """ do something """