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How to fix error "ERROR: Command errored out with exit status 1: python." when trying to install django-heroku using pip

You need to add the package containing the executable pg_config.

A prior answer should have details you need: pg_config executable not found

How to get Node.JS Express to listen only on localhost?

Thanks for the info, think I see the problem. This is a bug in hive-go that only shows up when you add a host. The last lines of it are:

app.listen(3001);
console.log("... port %d in %s mode", app.address().port, app.settings.env);

When you add the host on the first line, it is crashing when it calls app.address().port.

The problem is the potentially asynchronous nature of .listen(). Really it should be doing that console.log call inside a callback passed to listen. When you add the host, it tries to do a DNS lookup, which is async. So when that line tries to fetch the address, there isn't one yet because the DNS request is running, so it crashes.

Try this:

app.listen(3001, 'localhost', function() {
  console.log("... port %d in %s mode", app.address().port, app.settings.env);
});

"The page you are requesting cannot be served because of the extension configuration." error message

Running Windows Server 2008 R2 64bit and .net framework 4.5, ran this command from this location, and was successful:

C:\Windows\Microsoft.NET\Framework64\v4.0.30319>aspnet_regiis -i

output:

Microsoft (R) ASP.NET RegIIS version 4.0.30319.0
Administration utility to install and uninstall ASP.NET on the local machine.
Copyright (C) Microsoft Corporation.  All rights reserved.
Start installing ASP.NET (4.0.30319.0).
.....
Finished installing ASP.NET (4.0.30319.0).

How do I rename a MySQL schema?

If you're on the Model Overview page you get a tab with the schema. If you rightclick on that tab you get an option to "edit schema". From there you can rename the schema by adding a new name, then click outside the field. This goes for MySQL Workbench 5.2.30 CE

Edit: On the model overview it's under Physical Schemata

Screenshot:

enter image description here

How do I compare strings in Java?

.equals() compares the data in a class (assuming the function is implemented). == compares pointer locations (location of the object in memory).

== returns true if both objects (NOT TALKING ABOUT PRIMITIVES) point to the SAME object instance. .equals() returns true if the two objects contain the same data equals() Versus == in Java

That may help you.

SQL Error: ORA-12899: value too large for column

example : 1 and 2 table is available

1 table delete entry and select nor 2 table records and insert to no 1 table . when delete time no 1 table dont have second table records example emp id not available means this errors appeared

ERROR Source option 1.5 is no longer supported. Use 1.6 or later

There can be corrupted jar file for which it may show error as "ZipFile invalid LOC header (bad signature)" You need to delete all jar files for which it shows the error and add this Dependency

 <dependency>
    <groupId>javax.servlet</groupId>
    <artifactId>servlet-api</artifactId>
    <version>3.0-alpha-1</version>
    <scope>provided</scope>
</dependency>

height: calc(100%) not working correctly in CSS

First off - check with Firebug(or what ever your preference is) whether the css property is being interpreted by the browser. Sometimes the tool used will give you the problem right there, so no more hunting.

Second off - check compatibility: http://caniuse.com/#feat=calc

And third - I ran into some problems a few hours ago and just resolved it. It's the smallest thing but it kept me busy for 30 minutes.

Here's how my CSS looked

#someElement {
    height:calc(100%-100px);
    height:-moz-calc(100%-100px);
    height:-webkit-calc(100%-100px);
}

Looks right doesn't it? WRONG Here's how it should look:

#someElement {
    height:calc(100% - 100px);
    height:-moz-calc(100% - 100px);
    height:-webkit-calc(100% - 100px);
}

Looks the same right?

Notice the spaces!!! Checked android browser, Firefox for android, Chrome for android, Chrome and Firefox for Windows and Internet Explorer 11. All of them ignored the CSS if there were no spaces.

Hope this helps someone.

How can I show and hide elements based on selected option with jQuery?

You are missing a :selected on the selector for show() - see the jQuery documentation for an example of how to use this.

In your case it will probably look something like this:

$('#'+$('#colorselector option:selected').val()).show();

Why am I getting Unknown error in line 1 of pom.xml?

Add <maven-jar-plugin.version>3.1.1</maven-jar-plugin.version> in property tag

problem resolve

https://medium.com/@saannjaay/unknown-error-in-pom-xml-66fb2414991b

Remove large .pack file created by git

The issue is that, even though you removed the files, they are still present in previous revisions. That's the whole point of git, is that even if you delete something, you can still get it back by accessing the history.

What you are looking to do is called rewriting history, and it involved the git filter-branch command.

GitHub has a good explanation of the issue on their site. https://help.github.com/articles/remove-sensitive-data

To answer your question more directly, what you basically need to run is this command with unwanted_filename_or_folder replaced accordingly:

git filter-branch --index-filter 'git rm -r --cached --ignore-unmatch unwanted_filename_or_folder' --prune-empty

This will remove all references to the files from the active history of the repo.

Next step, to perform a GC cycle to force all references to the file to be expired and purged from the packfile. Nothing needs to be replaced in these commands.

git for-each-ref --format='delete %(refname)' refs/original | git update-ref --stdin
# or, for older git versions (e.g. 1.8.3.1) which don't support --stdin
# git update-ref $(git for-each-ref --format='delete %(refname)' refs/original)
git reflog expire --expire=now --all
git gc --aggressive --prune=now

Environment Variable with Maven

Following documentation from @Kevin's answer the below one worked for me for setting environment variable with maven sure-fire plugin

<plugin>
<groupId>org.apache.maven.plugins</groupId>
<artifactId>maven-surefire-plugin</artifactId>
<configuration>
    <environmentVariables>
        <WSNSHELL_HOME>conf</WSNSHELL_HOME>
    </environmentVariables>
</configuration>

How do synchronized static methods work in Java and can I use it for loading Hibernate entities?

static synchronized means holding lock on the the class's Class object where as synchronized means holding lock on that class's object itself. That means, if you are accessing a non-static synchronized method in a thread (of execution) you still can access a static synchronized method using another thread.

So, accessing two same kind of methods(either two static or two non-static methods) at any point of time by more than a thread is not possible.

What is the best way to convert seconds into (Hour:Minutes:Seconds:Milliseconds) time?

If you know you have a number of seconds, you can create a TimeSpan value by calling TimeSpan.FromSeconds:

 TimeSpan ts = TimeSpan.FromSeconds(80);

You can then obtain the number of days, hours, minutes, or seconds. Or use one of the ToString overloads to output it in whatever manner you like.

Compare data of two Excel Columns A & B, and show data of Column A that do not exist in B

Suppose you have data in A1:A10 and B1:B10 and you want to highlight which values in A1:A10 do not appear in B1:B10.

Try as follows:

  1. Format > Conditional Formating...
  2. Select 'Formula Is' from drop down menu
  3. Enter the following formula:

    =ISERROR(MATCH(A1,$B$1:$B$10,0))

  4. Now select the format you want to highlight the values in col A that do not appear in col B

This will highlight any value in Col A that does not appear in Col B.

How to fix PHP Warning: PHP Startup: Unable to load dynamic library 'ext\\php_curl.dll'?

If you are using laragon open the php.ini

In the interface of laragon menu-> php-> php.ini

when you open the file look for ; extension_dir = "./"

create another one without **; ** with the path of your php version to the folder ** ext ** for example

extension_dir = "C: \ laragon \ bin \ php \ php-7.3.11-Win32-VC15-x64 \ ext"

change it save it

Get table names using SELECT statement in MySQL

For fetching the name of all tables:

SELECT table_name 
FROM information_schema.tables;

If you need to fetch it for a specific database:

SELECT table_name 
FROM information_schema.tables
WHERE table_schema = 'your_db_name';

Output:

+--------------------+
| table_name         |
+--------------------+
| myapp              |
| demodb             |
| cliquein           |
+--------------------+
3 rows in set (0.00 sec)

Comparing two input values in a form validation with AngularJS

You have to look at the bigger problem. How to write the directives that solve one problem. You should try directive use-form-error. Would it help to solve this problem, and many others.

    <form name="ExampleForm">
  <label>Password</label>
  <input ng-model="password" required />
  <br>
   <label>Confirm password</label>
  <input ng-model="confirmPassword" required />
  <div use-form-error="isSame" use-error-expression="password && confirmPassword && password!=confirmPassword" ng-show="ExampleForm.$error.isSame">Passwords Do Not Match!</div>
</form>

Live example jsfiddle

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

Have you tried using the DefaultValueAttribute or ShouldSerialize and Reset methods in conjunction with the constructor? I feel like one of these two methods is necessary if you're making a class that might show up on the designer surface or in a property grid.

How to include Authorization header in cURL POST HTTP Request in PHP?

use "Content-type: application/x-www-form-urlencoded" instead of "application/json"

How to go back to previous page if back button is pressed in WebView?

If using Android 2.2 and above (which is most devices now), the following code will get you what you want.

@Override
public void onBackPressed() {
    if (webView.canGoBack()) {
        webView.goBack();
    } else {
        super.onBackPressed();
    }
}

How do I clear my local working directory in Git?

To switch to another branch, discarding all uncommitted changes (e.g. resulting from Git's strange handling of line endings):

git checkout -f <branchname>

I had a working copy with hundreds of changed files (but empty git diff --ignore-space-at-eol) which I couldn't get rid off with any of the commands I read here, and git checkout <branchname> won't work, either - unless given the -f (or --force) option.

The term "Add-Migration" is not recognized

I ran into the same issue. Most of my projects had the same thing in tools.

"tools": {
    "Microsoft.EntityFrameworkCore.Tools": "1.0.0-preview2-final"
}

This worked fine on all but one project. I changed the entry in tools to

"tools": {
    "Microsoft.EntityFrameworkCore.Tools": {
    "version": "1.0.0-preview2-final",
    "type": "build"
  }
}

And then ran dotnet restore. After the restore completed, Add-Migration worked normally.

How to save data in an android app

Please don't forget one thing - Internal Storage data are deleted when you uninstall the app. In some cases it can be "unexpected feature". Then it's good to use external storage.

Google docs about storage - Please look in particular at getExternalStoragePublicDirectory

How to check if pytorch is using the GPU?

As it hasn't been proposed here, I'm adding a method using torch.device, as this is quite handy, also when initializing tensors on the correct device.

# setting device on GPU if available, else CPU
device = torch.device('cuda' if torch.cuda.is_available() else 'cpu')
print('Using device:', device)
print()

#Additional Info when using cuda
if device.type == 'cuda':
    print(torch.cuda.get_device_name(0))
    print('Memory Usage:')
    print('Allocated:', round(torch.cuda.memory_allocated(0)/1024**3,1), 'GB')
    print('Cached:   ', round(torch.cuda.memory_reserved(0)/1024**3,1), 'GB')

Edit: torch.cuda.memory_cached has been renamed to torch.cuda.memory_reserved. So use memory_cached for older versions.

Output:

Using device: cuda

Tesla K80
Memory Usage:
Allocated: 0.3 GB
Cached:    0.6 GB

As mentioned above, using device it is possible to:

  • To move tensors to the respective device:

      torch.rand(10).to(device)
    
  • To create a tensor directly on the device:

      torch.rand(10, device=device)
    

Which makes switching between CPU and GPU comfortable without changing the actual code.


Edit:

As there has been some questions and confusion about the cached and allocated memory I'm adding some additional information about it:


You can either directly hand over a device as specified further above in the post or you can leave it None and it will use the current_device().


Additional note: Old graphic cards with Cuda compute capability 3.0 or lower may be visible but cannot be used by Pytorch!
Thanks to hekimgil for pointing this out! - "Found GPU0 GeForce GT 750M which is of cuda capability 3.0. PyTorch no longer supports this GPU because it is too old. The minimum cuda capability that we support is 3.5."

Read a zipped file as a pandas DataFrame

It seems you don't even have to specify the compression any more. The following snippet loads the data from filename.zip into df.

import pandas as pd
df = pd.read_csv('filename.zip')

(Of course you will need to specify separator, header, etc. if they are different from the defaults.)

Change icon-bar (?) color in bootstrap

The reason your CSS isn't working is because of specificity. The Bootstrap selector has a higher specificity than yours, so your style is completely ignored.

Bootstrap styles this with the selector: .navbar-default .navbar-toggle .icon-bar. This selector has a B specificity value of 3, whereas yours only has a B specificity value of 1.

Therefore, to override this, simply use the same selector in your CSS (assuming your CSS is included after Bootstrap's):

.navbar-default .navbar-toggle .icon-bar {
    background-color: black;
}

DIV :after - add content after DIV

Position your <div> absolutely at the bottom and don't forget to give div.A a position: relative - http://jsfiddle.net/TTaMx/

    .A {
        position: relative;
        margin: 40px 0;
        height: 40px;
        width: 200px;
        background: #eee;
    }

    .A:after {
        content: " ";
        display: block;
        background: #c00;
        height: 29px;
        width: 100%;

        position: absolute;
        bottom: -29px;
    }?

Is there a "do ... until" in Python?

There's no prepackaged "do-while", but the general Python way to implement peculiar looping constructs is through generators and other iterators, e.g.:

import itertools

def dowhile(predicate):
  it = itertools.repeat(None)
  for _ in it:
    yield
    if not predicate(): break

so, for example:

i=7; j=3
for _ in dowhile(lambda: i<j):
  print i, j
  i+=1; j-=1

executes one leg, as desired, even though the predicate's already false at the start.

It's normally better to encapsulate more of the looping logic into your generator (or other iterator) -- for example, if you often have cases where one variable increases, one decreases, and you need a do/while loop comparing them, you could code:

def incandec(i, j, delta=1):
  while True:
    yield i, j
    if j <= i: break
    i+=delta; j-=delta

which you can use like:

for i, j in incandec(i=7, j=3):
  print i, j

It's up to you how much loop-related logic you want to put inside your generator (or other iterator) and how much you want to have outside of it (just like for any other use of a function, class, or other mechanism you can use to refactor code out of your main stream of execution), but, generally speaking, I like to see the generator used in a for loop that has little (ideally none) "loop control logic" (code related to updating state variables for the next loop leg and/or making tests about whether you should be looping again or not).

Multiple submit buttons on HTML form – designate one button as default

I'm resurrecting this because I was researching a non-JavaScript way to do this. I wasn't into the key handlers, and the CSS positioning stuff was causing tab ordering to break since CSS repositioning doesn't change tab order.

My solution is based on the response at https://stackoverflow.com/a/9491141.

The solution source is below. tabindex is used to correct tab behaviour of the hidden button, as well as aria-hidden to avoid having the button read out by screen readers / identified by assistive devices.

<form method="post" action="">
  <button type="submit" name="useraction" value="2nd" class="default-button-handler" aria-hidden="true" tabindex="-1"></button>
  <div class="form-group">
    <label for="test-input">Focus into this input: </label>
    <input type="text" id="test-input" class="form-control" name="test-input" placeholder="Focus in here and press enter / go" />
  </div>

1st button in DOM 2nd button in DOM 3rd button in DOM

Essential CSS for this solution:

.default-button-handler {
  width: 0;
  height: 0;
  padding: 0;
  border: 0;
  margin: 0;
}

Making a div vertically scrollable using CSS

Use overflow-y: auto; on the div.

Also, you should be setting the width as well.

How do I get java logging output to appear on a single line?

Like Obediah Stane said, it's necessary to create your own format method. But I would change a few things:

  • Create a subclass directly derived from Formatter, not from SimpleFormatter. The SimpleFormatter has nothing to add anymore.

  • Be careful with creating a new Date object! You should make sure to represent the date of the LogRecord. When creating a new Date with the default constructor, it will represent the date and time the Formatter processes the LogRecord, not the date that the LogRecord was created.

The following class can be used as formatter in a Handler, which in turn can be added to the Logger. Note that it ignores all class and method information available in the LogRecord.

import java.io.PrintWriter;
import java.io.StringWriter;
import java.util.Date;
import java.util.logging.Formatter;
import java.util.logging.LogRecord;

public final class LogFormatter extends Formatter {

    private static final String LINE_SEPARATOR = System.getProperty("line.separator");

    @Override
    public String format(LogRecord record) {
        StringBuilder sb = new StringBuilder();

        sb.append(new Date(record.getMillis()))
            .append(" ")
            .append(record.getLevel().getLocalizedName())
            .append(": ")
            .append(formatMessage(record))
            .append(LINE_SEPARATOR);

        if (record.getThrown() != null) {
            try {
                StringWriter sw = new StringWriter();
                PrintWriter pw = new PrintWriter(sw);
                record.getThrown().printStackTrace(pw);
                pw.close();
                sb.append(sw.toString());
            } catch (Exception ex) {
                // ignore
            }
        }

        return sb.toString();
    }
}

pull out p-values and r-squared from a linear regression

Another option is to use the cor.test function, instead of lm:

> x <- c(44.4, 45.9, 41.9, 53.3, 44.7, 44.1, 50.7, 45.2, 60.1)
> y <- c( 2.6,  3.1,  2.5,  5.0,  3.6,  4.0,  5.2,  2.8,  3.8)

> mycor = cor.test(x,y)
> mylm = lm(x~y)

# r and rsquared:
> cor.test(x,y)$estimate ** 2
      cor 
0.3262484 
> summary(lm(x~y))$r.squared
[1] 0.3262484

# P.value 

> lmp(lm(x~y))  # Using the lmp function defined in Chase's answer
[1] 0.1081731
> cor.test(x,y)$p.value
[1] 0.1081731

range() for floats

Is there a range() equivalent for floats in Python? NO Use this:

def f_range(start, end, step):
    a = range(int(start/0.01), int(end/0.01), int(step/0.01))
    var = []
    for item in a:
        var.append(item*0.01)
    return var

How do I get values from a SQL database into textboxes using C#?

using (SqlConnection connection =  new SqlConnection("Data Source=localhost;Initial Catalog=LoginScreen;Integrated Security=True"))
{
    SqlCommand command =
    new SqlCommand("select * from Pending_Tasks WHERE CustomerId=...", connection);
    connection.Open();

    SqlDataReader read= command.ExecuteReader();

    while (read.Read())
    {
        CustID.Text = (read["Customer_ID"].ToString());
        CustName.Text = (read["Customer_Name"].ToString());
        Add1.Text = (read["Address_1"].ToString());
        Add2.Text = (read["Address_2"].ToString());
        PostBox.Text = (read["Postcode"].ToString());
        PassBox.Text = (read["Password"].ToString());
        DatBox.Text = (read["Data_Important"].ToString());
        LanNumb.Text = (read["Landline"].ToString());
        MobNumber.Text = (read["Mobile"].ToString());
        FaultRep.Text = (read["Fault_Report"].ToString());
    }
    read.Close();
}

Make sure you have data in the query : select * from Pending_Tasks and you are using "using System.Data.SqlClient;"

Single vs Double quotes (' vs ")

It makes no difference to the html but if you are generating html dynamically with another programming language then one way may be easier than another.

For example in Java the double quote is used to indicate the start and end of a String, so if you want to include a doublequote within the String you have to escape it with a backslash.

String s = "<a href=\"link\">a Link</a>"

You don't have such a problem with the single quote, therefore use of the single quote makes for more readable code in Java.

String s = "<a href='link'>a Link</a>"

Especially if you have to write html elements with many attributes.(Note I usually use a library such as jhtml to write html in Java, but not always practical to do so)

How can I delete multiple lines in vi?

it is dxd, not ddx

if you want to delete 5 lines, cursor to the beginning of the first line to delete and d5d

How to print color in console using System.out.println?

Try the following enum :

enum Color {
    //Color end string, color reset
    RESET("\033[0m"),

    // Regular Colors. Normal color, no bold, background color etc.
    BLACK("\033[0;30m"),    // BLACK
    RED("\033[0;31m"),      // RED
    GREEN("\033[0;32m"),    // GREEN
    YELLOW("\033[0;33m"),   // YELLOW
    BLUE("\033[0;34m"),     // BLUE
    MAGENTA("\033[0;35m"),  // MAGENTA
    CYAN("\033[0;36m"),     // CYAN
    WHITE("\033[0;37m"),    // WHITE

    // Bold
    BLACK_BOLD("\033[1;30m"),   // BLACK
    RED_BOLD("\033[1;31m"),     // RED
    GREEN_BOLD("\033[1;32m"),   // GREEN
    YELLOW_BOLD("\033[1;33m"),  // YELLOW
    BLUE_BOLD("\033[1;34m"),    // BLUE
    MAGENTA_BOLD("\033[1;35m"), // MAGENTA
    CYAN_BOLD("\033[1;36m"),    // CYAN
    WHITE_BOLD("\033[1;37m"),   // WHITE

    // Underline
    BLACK_UNDERLINED("\033[4;30m"),     // BLACK
    RED_UNDERLINED("\033[4;31m"),       // RED
    GREEN_UNDERLINED("\033[4;32m"),     // GREEN
    YELLOW_UNDERLINED("\033[4;33m"),    // YELLOW
    BLUE_UNDERLINED("\033[4;34m"),      // BLUE
    MAGENTA_UNDERLINED("\033[4;35m"),   // MAGENTA
    CYAN_UNDERLINED("\033[4;36m"),      // CYAN
    WHITE_UNDERLINED("\033[4;37m"),     // WHITE

    // Background
    BLACK_BACKGROUND("\033[40m"),   // BLACK
    RED_BACKGROUND("\033[41m"),     // RED
    GREEN_BACKGROUND("\033[42m"),   // GREEN
    YELLOW_BACKGROUND("\033[43m"),  // YELLOW
    BLUE_BACKGROUND("\033[44m"),    // BLUE
    MAGENTA_BACKGROUND("\033[45m"), // MAGENTA
    CYAN_BACKGROUND("\033[46m"),    // CYAN
    WHITE_BACKGROUND("\033[47m"),   // WHITE

    // High Intensity
    BLACK_BRIGHT("\033[0;90m"),     // BLACK
    RED_BRIGHT("\033[0;91m"),       // RED
    GREEN_BRIGHT("\033[0;92m"),     // GREEN
    YELLOW_BRIGHT("\033[0;93m"),    // YELLOW
    BLUE_BRIGHT("\033[0;94m"),      // BLUE
    MAGENTA_BRIGHT("\033[0;95m"),   // MAGENTA
    CYAN_BRIGHT("\033[0;96m"),      // CYAN
    WHITE_BRIGHT("\033[0;97m"),     // WHITE

    // Bold High Intensity
    BLACK_BOLD_BRIGHT("\033[1;90m"),    // BLACK
    RED_BOLD_BRIGHT("\033[1;91m"),      // RED
    GREEN_BOLD_BRIGHT("\033[1;92m"),    // GREEN
    YELLOW_BOLD_BRIGHT("\033[1;93m"),   // YELLOW
    BLUE_BOLD_BRIGHT("\033[1;94m"),     // BLUE
    MAGENTA_BOLD_BRIGHT("\033[1;95m"),  // MAGENTA
    CYAN_BOLD_BRIGHT("\033[1;96m"),     // CYAN
    WHITE_BOLD_BRIGHT("\033[1;97m"),    // WHITE

    // High Intensity backgrounds
    BLACK_BACKGROUND_BRIGHT("\033[0;100m"),     // BLACK
    RED_BACKGROUND_BRIGHT("\033[0;101m"),       // RED
    GREEN_BACKGROUND_BRIGHT("\033[0;102m"),     // GREEN
    YELLOW_BACKGROUND_BRIGHT("\033[0;103m"),    // YELLOW
    BLUE_BACKGROUND_BRIGHT("\033[0;104m"),      // BLUE
    MAGENTA_BACKGROUND_BRIGHT("\033[0;105m"),   // MAGENTA
    CYAN_BACKGROUND_BRIGHT("\033[0;106m"),      // CYAN
    WHITE_BACKGROUND_BRIGHT("\033[0;107m");     // WHITE

    private final String code;

    Color(String code) {
        this.code = code;
    }

    @Override
    public String toString() {
        return code;
    }
}

And now we will make a small example:

class RunApp {
    public static void main(String[] args) {

        System.out.print(Color.BLACK_BOLD);
        System.out.println("Black_Bold");
        System.out.print(Color.RESET);

        System.out.print(Color.YELLOW);
        System.out.print(Color.BLUE_BACKGROUND);
        System.out.println("YELLOW & BLUE");
        System.out.print(Color.RESET);

        System.out.print(Color.YELLOW);
        System.out.println("YELLOW");
        System.out.print(Color.RESET);
    }
}

How to ignore PKIX path building failed: sun.security.provider.certpath.SunCertPathBuilderException?

If you want to ignore the certificate all together then take a look at the answer here: Ignore self-signed ssl cert using Jersey Client

Although this will make your app vulnerable to man-in-the-middle attacks.

Or, try adding the cert to your java store as a trusted cert. This site may be helpful. http://blog.icodejava.com/tag/get-public-key-of-ssl-certificate-in-java/

Here's another thread showing how to add a cert to your store. Java SSL connect, add server cert to keystore programmatically

The key is:

KeyStore.Entry newEntry = new KeyStore.TrustedCertificateEntry(someCert);
ks.setEntry("someAlias", newEntry, null);

Is < faster than <=?

Only if the people who created the computers are bad with boolean logic. Which they shouldn't be.

Every comparison (>= <= > <) can be done in the same speed.

What every comparison is, is just a subtraction (the difference) and seeing if it's positive/negative.
(If the msb is set, the number is negative)

How to check a >= b? Sub a-b >= 0 Check if a-b is positive.
How to check a <= b? Sub 0 <= b-a Check if b-a is positive.
How to check a < b? Sub a-b < 0 Check if a-b is negative.
How to check a > b? Sub 0 > b-a Check if b-a is negative.

Simply put, the computer can just do this underneath the hood for the given op:

a >= b == msb(a-b)==0
a <= b == msb(b-a)==0
a > b == msb(b-a)==1
a < b == msb(a-b)==1

and of course the computer wouldn't actually need to do the ==0 or ==1 either.
for the ==0 it could just invert the msb from the circuit.

Anyway, they most certainly wouldn't have made a >= b be calculated as a>b || a==b lol

Change directory in PowerShell

If your Folder inside a Drive contains spaces In Power Shell you can Simply Type the command then drive name and folder name within Single Quotes(''):

Set-Location -Path 'E:\FOLDER NAME'

The Screenshot is attached here

Calling functions in a DLL from C++

The following are the 5 steps required:

  1. declare the function pointer
  2. Load the library
  3. Get the procedure address
  4. assign it to function pointer
  5. call the function using function pointer

You can find the step by step VC++ IDE screen shot at http://www.softwareandfinance.com/Visual_CPP/DLLDynamicBinding.html

Here is the code snippet:

int main()
{
/***
__declspec(dllimport) bool GetWelcomeMessage(char *buf, int len); // used for static binding
 ***/
    typedef bool (*GW)(char *buf, int len);

    HMODULE hModule = LoadLibrary(TEXT("TestServer.DLL"));
    GW GetWelcomeMessage = (GW) GetProcAddress(hModule, "GetWelcomeMessage");

    char buf[128];
    if(GetWelcomeMessage(buf, 128) == true)
        std::cout << buf;
        return 0;
}

How to convert std::string to lower case?

Adapted from Not So Frequently Asked Questions:

#include <algorithm>
#include <cctype>
#include <string>

std::string data = "Abc";
std::transform(data.begin(), data.end(), data.begin(),
    [](unsigned char c){ return std::tolower(c); });

You're really not going to get away without iterating through each character. There's no way to know whether the character is lowercase or uppercase otherwise.

If you really hate tolower(), here's a specialized ASCII-only alternative that I don't recommend you use:

char asciitolower(char in) {
    if (in <= 'Z' && in >= 'A')
        return in - ('Z' - 'z');
    return in;
}

std::transform(data.begin(), data.end(), data.begin(), asciitolower);

Be aware that tolower() can only do a per-single-byte-character substitution, which is ill-fitting for many scripts, especially if using a multi-byte-encoding like UTF-8.

Genymotion Android emulator - adb access?

If you launch the VM with the the launchpad (genymotion binary where you download the VMs) and you set the Android SDK path into the application parameters the connection is automatic and you don't need to run adb connect

You can find the information in the Genymotion Docs.

Multiple WHERE clause in Linq

@Theo

The LINQ translator is smart enough to execute:

.Where(r => r.UserName !="XXXX" && r.UsernName !="YYYY")

I've test this in LinqPad ==> YES, Linq translator is smart enough :))

how to dynamically add options to an existing select in vanilla javascript

The simplest way is:

selectElement.add(new Option('Text', 'value'));

Yes, that simple. And it works even in IE8. And has other optional parameters.

See docs:

NullPointerException in Java with no StackTrace

As you mentioned in a comment, you're using log4j. I discovered (inadvertently) a place where I had written

LOG.error(exc);

instead of the typical

LOG.error("Some informative message", e);

through laziness or perhaps just not thinking about it. The unfortunate part of this is that it doesn't behave as you expect. The logger API actually takes Object as the first argument, not a string - and then it calls toString() on the argument. So instead of getting the nice pretty stack trace, it just prints out the toString - which in the case of NPE is pretty useless.

Perhaps this is what you're experiencing?

Error: Tablespace for table xxx exists. Please DISCARD the tablespace before IMPORT

In my case:

First remove tableName.ibd in your database directory from Mysql and second run:

ALTER TABLE tableName DISCARD TABLESPACE;
DROP TABLE tableName;

Why maven settings.xml file is not there?

As per the maven's documentation, there are two possible settings.xml locations

One is the global maven's repo (Your initial download and subsequent unzipped files from apache maven) $M2_HOME/conf/settings.xml

And the second is the user created one (Your local copy) ${user.home}/.m2/settings.xml

The local copy takes precedence over the global copy in terms of settings information. But it is said that they both get merged during "runtime". If you need to have your local copy of the settings.xml, simply copy from the global copy and paste in your .m2 folder and adjust the details as needed

Change language for bootstrap DateTimePicker

Try this:

$( ".form_datetime" ).datepicker( $.datepicker.regional[ "zh-CN" ], { dateFormat: 'dd.mm.yyyy hh:ii' });

Scrolling to element using webdriver?

Example:

driver.execute_script("arguments[0].scrollIntoView();", driver.find_element_by_css_selector(.your_css_selector))

This one always works for me for any type of selectors. There is also the Actions class, but for this case, it is not so reliable.

Listing all extras of an Intent

private TextView tv;

@Override
protected void onCreate(Bundle savedInstanceState) {
    super.onCreate(savedInstanceState);

    tv = new TextView(this);
    tv.setText("Extras: \n\r");

    setContentView(tv);

    StringBuilder str = new StringBuilder();
    Bundle bundle = getIntent().getExtras();
    if (bundle != null) {
        Set<String> keys = bundle.keySet();
        Iterator<String> it = keys.iterator();
        while (it.hasNext()) {
            String key = it.next();
            str.append(key);
            str.append(":");
            str.append(bundle.get(key));
            str.append("\n\r");
        }
        tv.setText(str.toString());
    }
}

HorizontalAlignment=Stretch, MaxWidth, and Left aligned at the same time?

You can set HorizontalAlignment to Left, set your MaxWidth and then bind Width to the ActualWidth of the parent element:

<Page
  xmlns="http://schemas.microsoft.com/winfx/2006/xaml/presentation"
  xmlns:x="http://schemas.microsoft.com/winfx/2006/xaml">
  <StackPanel Name="Container">   
    <TextBox Background="Azure" 
    Width="{Binding ElementName=Container,Path=ActualWidth}"
    Text="Hello" HorizontalAlignment="Left" MaxWidth="200" />
  </StackPanel>
</Page>

How to change color in circular progress bar?

For API 21 and Higher. Simply set the indeterminateTint property. Like:

android:indeterminateTint="@android:color/holo_orange_dark"

To support pre-API 21 devices:

mProgressSpin.getIndeterminateDrawable()
                .setColorFilter(ContextCompat.getColor(this, R.color.colorPrimary), PorterDuff.Mode.SRC_IN );

Change the "No file chosen":

There's a good example (which includes file type validation) at:

https://github.com/mdn/learning-area/blob/master/html/forms/file-examples/file-example.html

It's basically a fleshed-out version Amos' idea of using a button.

I tried several of the suggestions above with no success (but maybe that's me).

I'm re-purposing it to do an Excel file conversion using

  <form>
    <div>
      <label for="excel_converts">Choose a spreadsheet to convert.</label>
      <input type="file" id="excel_converts" name="excel_converts" accept=".xlsx, .xls, .csv" >
    </div>
    <div class="preview">
      <p>No spreadsheet currently selected for conversion</p>
    </div>
    <div>
      <button>Submit</button>
    </div>
  </form>

How can I add C++11 support to Code::Blocks compiler?

Use g++ -std=c++11 -o <output_file_name> <file_to_be_compiled>

Read user input inside a loop

Try to change the loop like this:

for line in $(cat filename); do
    read input
    echo $input;
done

Unit test:

for line in $(cat /etc/passwd); do
    read input
    echo $input;
    echo "[$line]"
done

Convert a video to MP4 (H.264/AAC) with ffmpeg

Software patents led Debian/Ubuntu to disable the H.264 and AAC encoders in ffmpeg. See /usr/share/doc/ffmpeg/README.Debian.gz.

So go install x264, mplayer/mencoder, and Nero's AAC encoder. (Or, if you want to use all Free software, and don't care so much about audio quality, then sudo aptitude install faac.)

I don't remember if the medibuntu package of mencoder includes x264 vid encoding, since I build my own from git x264 and svn mplayer sources. (x264 is very actively developed, with significant quality and speed improvements frequently added.) http://git.videolan.org/?p=x264.git;a=summary

x264 is also packaged, but you should check that it's up to date enough to include weightp with recent bugfixes, and even more recent speed improvements...

Or if you're already willing to convert from .flv, instead of going from the high-quality source the flv was made from, then probably whatever recent version of x264 you can find will be fine.

Read a file in Node.js

1).For ASync :

var fs = require('fs');
fs.readFile(process.cwd()+"\\text.txt", function(err,data)
            {
                if(err)
                    console.log(err)
                else
                    console.log(data.toString());
            });

2).For Sync :

var fs = require('fs');
var path = process.cwd();
var buffer = fs.readFileSync(path + "\\text.txt");
console.log(buffer.toString());

Getting data posted in between two dates

This worked for me:

$this->db->where('RecordDate >=', '2018-08-17 00:00:00');
$this->db->where('RecordDate <=', '2018-10-04 05:32:56');

Java 8 - Best way to transform a list: map or foreach?

I prefer the second way.

When you use the first way, if you decide to use a parallel stream to improve performance, you'll have no control over the order in which the elements will be added to the output list by forEach.

When you use toList, the Streams API will preserve the order even if you use a parallel stream.

Check empty string in Swift?

I can recommend add small extension to String or Array that looks like

extension Collection {
    public var isNotEmpty: Bool {
        return !self.isEmpty
    }
}

With it you can write code that is easier to read. Compare this two lines

if !someObject.someParam.someSubParam.someString.isEmpty {}

and

if someObject.someParam.someSubParam.someString.isNotEmpty {}

It is easy to miss ! sign in the beginning of fist line.

"Invalid form control" only in Google Chrome

I had this issue when I had class="hidden" on the input fields because I was using buttons instead of radio bullets - and changing the "active" state via JS..

I simply added an extra radio input field part of the same group where i wanted the msg to appear:

<input type="radio" id="thenorm" name="ppoption" value=""  required style="opacity:0"/>

the other 2 active bullets are invisible, this one isnt and this triggers the validation message and no console errors - bit of a hack but what isnt these days..

Why does my 'git branch' have no master?

if it is a new repo you've cloned, it may still be empty, in which case:

git push -u origin master

should likely sort it out.

(did in my case. not sure this is the same issue, thought i should post this just incase. might help others.)

How to use a decimal range() step value?

The range() built-in function returns a sequence of integer values, I'm afraid, so you can't use it to do a decimal step.

I'd say just use a while loop:

i = 0.0
while i <= 1.0:
    print i
    i += 0.1

If you're curious, Python is converting your 0.1 to 0, which is why it's telling you the argument can't be zero.

Entity Framework rollback and remove bad migration

As the question indicates this applies to a migration in a development type environment that has not yet been released.

This issue can be solved in these steps: restore your database to the last good migration, delete the bad migration from your Entity Framework project, generate a new migration and apply it to the database. Note: Judging from the comments these exact commands may no longer be applicable if you are using EF Core.

Step 1: Restore to a previous migration

If you haven't yet applied your migration you can skip this part. To restore your database schema to a previous point issue the Update-Database command with -TargetMigration option specify the last good migration. If your entity framework code resides in a different project in your solution, you may need to use the '-Project' option or switch the default project in the package manager console.

Update-Database –TargetMigration: <name of last good migration>

To get the name of the last good migration use the 'Get-Migrations' command to retrieve a list of the migration names that have been applied to your database.

PM> Get-Migrations
Retrieving migrations that have been applied to the target database.
201508242303096_Bad_Migration
201508211842590_The_Migration_applied_before_it
201508211440252_And_another

This list shows the most recent applied migrations first. Pick the migration that occurs in the list after the one you want to downgrade to, ie the one applied before the one you want to downgrade. Now issue an Update-Database.

Update-Database –TargetMigration: "<the migration applied before it>"

All migrations applied after the one specified will be down-graded in order starting with the latest migration applied first.

Step 2: Delete your migration from the project

remove-migration name_of_bad_migration

If the remove-migration command is not available in your version of Entity Framework, delete the files of the unwanted migration your EF project 'Migrations' folder manually. At this point, you are free to create a new migration and apply it to the database.

Step 3: Add your new migration

add-migration my_new_migration

Step 4: Apply your migration to the database

update-database

How to serve an image using nodejs

It is too late but helps someone, I'm using node version v7.9.0 and express version 4.15.0

if your directory structure is something like this:

your-project
   uploads
   package.json
   server.js

server.js code:

var express         = require('express');
var app             = express();
app.use(express.static(__dirname + '/uploads'));// you can access image 
 //using this url: http://localhost:7000/abc.jpg
//make sure `abc.jpg` is present in `uploads` dir.

//Or you can change the directory for hiding real directory name:

`app.use('/images', express.static(__dirname+'/uploads/'));// you can access image using this url: http://localhost:7000/images/abc.jpg


app.listen(7000);

How to express a One-To-Many relationship in Django

django is smart enough. Actually we don't need to define oneToMany field. It will be automatically generated by django for you :-). We only need to define foreignKey in related table. In other words, we only need to define ManyToOne relation by using foreignKey.

class Car(models.Model):
    // wheels = models.oneToMany() to get wheels of this car [**it is not required to define**].


class Wheel(models.Model):
    car = models.ForeignKey(Car, on_delete=models.CASCADE)  

if we want to get the list of wheels of particular car. we will use python's auto generated object wheel_set. For car c you will use c.wheel_set.all()

Using dig to search for SPF records

The dig utility is pretty convenient to use. The order of the arguments don't really matter.I'll show you some easy examples.
To get all root name servers use

# dig

To get a TXT record of a specific host use

# dig example.com txt
# dig host.example.com txt

To query a specific name server just add @nameserver.tld

# dig host.example.com txt @a.iana-servers.net

The SPF RFC4408 says that SPF records can be stored as SPF or TXT. However nearly all use only TXT records at the moment. So you are pretty safe if you only fetch TXT records.

I made a SPF checker for visualising the SPF records of a domain. It might help you to understand SPF records better. You can find it here: http://spf.myisp.ch

Map vs Object in JavaScript

In addition to the other answers, I've found that Maps are more unwieldy and verbose to operate with than objects.

obj[key] += x
// vs.
map.set(map.get(key) + x)

This is important, because shorter code is faster to read, more directly expressive, and better kept in the programmer's head.

Another aspect: because set() returns the map, not the value, it's impossible to chain assignments.

foo = obj[key] = x;  // Does what you expect
foo = map.set(key, x)  // foo !== x; foo === map

Debugging maps is also more painful. Below, you can't actually see what keys are in the map. You'd have to write code to do that.

Good luck evaluating a Map Iterator

Objects can be evaluated by any IDE:

WebStorm evaluating an object

Deleting a SQL row ignoring all foreign keys and constraints

Do not under any circumstances disable the constraints. This is an extremely stupid practice. You cannot maintain data integrity if you do things like this. Data integrity is the first consideration of a database because without it, you have nothing.

The correct method is to delete from the child tables before trying to delete the parent record. You are probably timing out because you have set up cascading deltes which is another bad practice in a large database.

Checkout subdirectories in Git?

One thing I don't like about sparse checkouts, is that if you want to checkout a subdirectory that is a few directories deep, your directory structure must contain all directories leading to it.

How I work around this is to clone the repo in a place that is not my workspace and then create a symbolic link in my workspace directory to the subdirectory in the repository. Git works like this quite nicely because things like git status will display the change files relative to your current working directory.

"unadd" a file to svn before commit

svn rm --keep-local folder_name

Note: In svn 1.5.4 svn rm deletes unversioned files even when --keep-local is specified. See http://svn.haxx.se/users/archive-2009-11/0058.shtml for more information.

"Thinking in AngularJS" if I have a jQuery background?

As a JavaScript MV* beginner and purely focusing on the application architecture (not the server/client-side matters), I would certainly recommend the following resource (which I am surprised wasn't mentioned yet): JavaScript Design Patterns, by Addy Osmani, as an introduction to different JavaScript Design Patterns. The terms used in this answer are taken from the linked document above. I'm not going to repeat what was worded really well in the accepted answer. Instead, this answer links back to the theoretical backgrounds which power AngularJS (and other libraries).

Like me, you will quickly realize that AngularJS (or Ember.js, Durandal, & other MV* frameworks for that matter) is one complex framework assembling many of the different JavaScript design patterns.

I found it easier also, to test (1) native JavaScript code and (2) smaller libraries for each one of these patterns separately before diving into one global framework. This allowed me to better understand which crucial issues a framework adresses (because you are personally faced with the problem).

For example:

  • JavaScript Object-oriented Programming (this is a Google search link). It is not a library, but certainly a prerequisite to any application programming. It taught me the native implementations of the prototype, constructor, singleton & decorator patterns
  • jQuery/ Underscore for the facade pattern (like WYSIWYG's for manipulating the DOM)
  • Prototype.js for the prototype/ constructor/ mixin pattern
  • RequireJS/ Curl.js for the module pattern/ AMD
  • KnockoutJS for the observable, publish/subscribe pattern

NB: This list is not complete, nor 'the best libraries'; they just happen to be the libraries I used. These libraries also include more patterns, the ones mentioned are just their main focuses or original intents. If you feel something is missing from this list, please do mention it in the comments, and I will be glad to add it.

Can you target an elements parent element using event.target?

I think what you need is to use the event.currentTarget. This will contain the element that actually has the event listener. So if the whole <section> has the eventlistener event.target will be the clicked element, the <section> will be in event.currentTarget.

Otherwise parentNode might be what you're looking for.

link to currentTarget
link to parentNode

How to get Android crash logs?

You can use ACRA from this. Including this library to your projects and configuring it, you could receive (into your email or gdocs) their crash reports. Sorry for my bad English.

sql like operator to get the numbers only

You can try this

ISNUMERIC (Transact-SQL)

ISNUMERIC returns 1 when the input expression evaluates to a valid numeric data type; otherwise it returns 0.

DECLARE @Table TABLE(
        Col VARCHAR(50)
)

INSERT INTO @Table SELECT 'ABC' 
INSERT INTO @Table SELECT 'Italy' 
INSERT INTO @Table SELECT 'Apple' 
INSERT INTO @Table SELECT '234.62' 
INSERT INTO @Table SELECT '2:234:43:22' 
INSERT INTO @Table SELECT 'France' 
INSERT INTO @Table SELECT '6435.23'
INSERT INTO @Table SELECT '2' 
INSERT INTO @Table SELECT 'Lions'

SELECT  *
FROM    @Table
WHERE   ISNUMERIC(Col) = 1

Angularjs - ng-cloak/ng-show elements blink

I'm using ng-show in a directive to show and hide popups.

<div class="..." ng-show="showPopup">

None of the above worked for me, and using ng-if instead of ng-show would be an overkill. That would imply removing and adding the whole popup content into the DOM at every single click. Instead I added an ng-if into the same element to make sure it doesn't show at the document load:

<div class="..." ng-show="showPopup" ng-if="popupReady">

Afterwards I added the initialization into the controller responsible of this directive with a timeout:

$timeout(function () {
    $scope.popupReady = true;
});

This way I eliminated the flickering issue and avoided the costly operation of DOM insertion at every single click. This came at an expense of using two scope variables for the same purpose instead of one, but so far this is definitely the best option.

use Lodash to sort array of object by value

You can use lodash sortBy (https://lodash.com/docs/4.17.4#sortBy).

Your code could be like:

const myArray = [  
   {  
      "id":25,
      "name":"Anakin Skywalker",
      "createdAt":"2017-04-12T12:48:55.000Z",
      "updatedAt":"2017-04-12T12:48:55.000Z"
   },
   {  
      "id":1,
      "name":"Luke Skywalker",
      "createdAt":"2017-04-12T11:25:03.000Z",
      "updatedAt":"2017-04-12T11:25:03.000Z"
   }
]

const myOrderedArray = _.sortBy(myArray, o => o.name)

how to write javascript code inside php

Just echo the javascript out inside the if function

 <form name="testForm" id="testForm"  method="POST"  >
     <input type="submit" name="btn" value="submit" autofocus  onclick="return true;"/>
 </form>
 <?php
    if(isset($_POST['btn'])){
        echo "
            <script type=\"text/javascript\">
            var e = document.getElementById('testForm'); e.action='test.php'; e.submit();
            </script>
        ";
     }
  ?>

Is it possible to pass a flag to Gulp to have it run tasks in different ways?

Edit

gulp-util is deprecated and should be avoid, so it's recommended to use minimist instead, which gulp-util already used.

So I've changed some lines in my gulpfile to remove gulp-util:

var argv = require('minimist')(process.argv.slice(2));

gulp.task('styles', function() {
  return gulp.src(['src/styles/' + (argv.theme || 'main') + '.scss'])
    …
});

Original

In my project I use the following flag:

gulp styles --theme literature

Gulp offers an object gulp.env for that. It's deprecated in newer versions, so you must use gulp-util for that. The tasks looks like this:

var util = require('gulp-util');

gulp.task('styles', function() {
  return gulp.src(['src/styles/' + (util.env.theme ? util.env.theme : 'main') + '.scss'])
    .pipe(compass({
        config_file: './config.rb',
        sass   : 'src/styles',
        css    : 'dist/styles',
        style  : 'expanded'

    }))
    .pipe(autoprefixer('last 2 version', 'safari 5', 'ie 8', 'ie 9', 'ff 17', 'opera 12.1', 'ios 6', 'android 4'))
    .pipe(livereload(server))
    .pipe(gulp.dest('dist/styles'))
    .pipe(notify({ message: 'Styles task complete' }));
});

The environment setting is available during all subtasks. So I can use this flag on the watch task too:

gulp watch --theme literature

And my styles task also works.

Ciao Ralf

Python No JSON object could be decoded

It seems that you have invalid JSON. In that case, that's totally dependent on the data the server sends you which you have not shown. I would suggest running the response through a JSON validator.

How to create a fix size list in python?

your_list = [None]*size_required

How to make an AlertDialog in Flutter?

One Button

showAlertDialog(BuildContext context) {

  // set up the button
  Widget okButton = FlatButton(
    child: Text("OK"),
    onPressed: () { },
  );

  // set up the AlertDialog
  AlertDialog alert = AlertDialog(
    title: Text("My title"),
    content: Text("This is my message."),
    actions: [
      okButton,
    ],
  );

  // show the dialog
  showDialog(
    context: context,
    builder: (BuildContext context) {
      return alert;
    },
  );
}

Two Buttons

showAlertDialog(BuildContext context) {

  // set up the buttons
  Widget cancelButton = FlatButton(
    child: Text("Cancel"),
    onPressed:  () {},
  );
  Widget continueButton = FlatButton(
    child: Text("Continue"),
    onPressed:  () {},
  );

  // set up the AlertDialog
  AlertDialog alert = AlertDialog(
    title: Text("AlertDialog"),
    content: Text("Would you like to continue learning how to use Flutter alerts?"),
    actions: [
      cancelButton,
      continueButton,
    ],
  );

  // show the dialog
  showDialog(
    context: context,
    builder: (BuildContext context) {
      return alert;
    },
  );
}

Three Buttons

showAlertDialog(BuildContext context) {

  // set up the buttons
  Widget remindButton = FlatButton(
    child: Text("Remind me later"),
    onPressed:  () {},
  );
  Widget cancelButton = FlatButton(
    child: Text("Cancel"),
    onPressed:  () {},
  );
  Widget launchButton = FlatButton(
    child: Text("Launch missile"),
    onPressed:  () {},
  );

  // set up the AlertDialog
  AlertDialog alert = AlertDialog(
    title: Text("Notice"),
    content: Text("Launching this missile will destroy the entire universe. Is this what you intended to do?"),
    actions: [
      remindButton,
      cancelButton,
      launchButton,
    ],
  );

  // show the dialog
  showDialog(
    context: context,
    builder: (BuildContext context) {
      return alert;
    },
  );
}

Handling button presses

The onPressed callback for the buttons in the examples above were empty, but you could add something like this:

Widget launchButton = FlatButton(
  child: Text("Launch missile"),
  onPressed:  () {
    Navigator.of(context).pop(); // dismiss dialog
    launchMissile();
  },
);

If you make the callback null, then the button will be disabled.

onPressed: null,

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Supplemental code

Here is the code for main.dart in case you weren't getting the functions above to run.

import 'package:flutter/material.dart';

void main() => runApp(MyApp());

class MyApp extends StatelessWidget {
  @override
  Widget build(BuildContext context) {
    return MaterialApp(
      title: 'Flutter',
      home: Scaffold(
        appBar: AppBar(
          title: Text('Flutter'),
        ),
        body: MyLayout()),
    );
  }
}

class MyLayout extends StatelessWidget {
  @override
  Widget build(BuildContext context) {
    return Padding(
      padding: const EdgeInsets.all(8.0),
      child: RaisedButton(
        child: Text('Show alert'),
        onPressed: () {
          showAlertDialog(context);
        },
      ),
    );
  }
}

// replace this function with the examples above
showAlertDialog(BuildContext context) { ... }

JSON Stringify changes time of date because of UTC

Instead of toJSON, you can use format function which always gives the correct date and time + GMT

This is the most robust display option. It takes a string of tokens and replaces them with their corresponding values.

How to construct a relative path in Java from two absolute paths (or URLs)?

At the time of writing (June 2010), this was the only solution that passed my test cases. I can't guarantee that this solution is bug-free, but it does pass the included test cases. The method and tests I've written depend on the FilenameUtils class from Apache commons IO.

The solution was tested with Java 1.4. If you're using Java 1.5 (or higher) you should consider replacing StringBuffer with StringBuilder (if you're still using Java 1.4 you should consider a change of employer instead).

import java.io.File;
import java.util.regex.Pattern;

import org.apache.commons.io.FilenameUtils;

public class ResourceUtils {

    /**
     * Get the relative path from one file to another, specifying the directory separator. 
     * If one of the provided resources does not exist, it is assumed to be a file unless it ends with '/' or
     * '\'.
     * 
     * @param targetPath targetPath is calculated to this file
     * @param basePath basePath is calculated from this file
     * @param pathSeparator directory separator. The platform default is not assumed so that we can test Unix behaviour when running on Windows (for example)
     * @return
     */
    public static String getRelativePath(String targetPath, String basePath, String pathSeparator) {

        // Normalize the paths
        String normalizedTargetPath = FilenameUtils.normalizeNoEndSeparator(targetPath);
        String normalizedBasePath = FilenameUtils.normalizeNoEndSeparator(basePath);

        // Undo the changes to the separators made by normalization
        if (pathSeparator.equals("/")) {
            normalizedTargetPath = FilenameUtils.separatorsToUnix(normalizedTargetPath);
            normalizedBasePath = FilenameUtils.separatorsToUnix(normalizedBasePath);

        } else if (pathSeparator.equals("\\")) {
            normalizedTargetPath = FilenameUtils.separatorsToWindows(normalizedTargetPath);
            normalizedBasePath = FilenameUtils.separatorsToWindows(normalizedBasePath);

        } else {
            throw new IllegalArgumentException("Unrecognised dir separator '" + pathSeparator + "'");
        }

        String[] base = normalizedBasePath.split(Pattern.quote(pathSeparator));
        String[] target = normalizedTargetPath.split(Pattern.quote(pathSeparator));

        // First get all the common elements. Store them as a string,
        // and also count how many of them there are.
        StringBuffer common = new StringBuffer();

        int commonIndex = 0;
        while (commonIndex < target.length && commonIndex < base.length
                && target[commonIndex].equals(base[commonIndex])) {
            common.append(target[commonIndex] + pathSeparator);
            commonIndex++;
        }

        if (commonIndex == 0) {
            // No single common path element. This most
            // likely indicates differing drive letters, like C: and D:.
            // These paths cannot be relativized.
            throw new PathResolutionException("No common path element found for '" + normalizedTargetPath + "' and '" + normalizedBasePath
                    + "'");
        }   

        // The number of directories we have to backtrack depends on whether the base is a file or a dir
        // For example, the relative path from
        //
        // /foo/bar/baz/gg/ff to /foo/bar/baz
        // 
        // ".." if ff is a file
        // "../.." if ff is a directory
        //
        // The following is a heuristic to figure out if the base refers to a file or dir. It's not perfect, because
        // the resource referred to by this path may not actually exist, but it's the best I can do
        boolean baseIsFile = true;

        File baseResource = new File(normalizedBasePath);

        if (baseResource.exists()) {
            baseIsFile = baseResource.isFile();

        } else if (basePath.endsWith(pathSeparator)) {
            baseIsFile = false;
        }

        StringBuffer relative = new StringBuffer();

        if (base.length != commonIndex) {
            int numDirsUp = baseIsFile ? base.length - commonIndex - 1 : base.length - commonIndex;

            for (int i = 0; i < numDirsUp; i++) {
                relative.append(".." + pathSeparator);
            }
        }
        relative.append(normalizedTargetPath.substring(common.length()));
        return relative.toString();
    }


    static class PathResolutionException extends RuntimeException {
        PathResolutionException(String msg) {
            super(msg);
        }
    }    
}

The test cases that this passes are

public void testGetRelativePathsUnix() {
    assertEquals("stuff/xyz.dat", ResourceUtils.getRelativePath("/var/data/stuff/xyz.dat", "/var/data/", "/"));
    assertEquals("../../b/c", ResourceUtils.getRelativePath("/a/b/c", "/a/x/y/", "/"));
    assertEquals("../../b/c", ResourceUtils.getRelativePath("/m/n/o/a/b/c", "/m/n/o/a/x/y/", "/"));
}

public void testGetRelativePathFileToFile() {
    String target = "C:\\Windows\\Boot\\Fonts\\chs_boot.ttf";
    String base = "C:\\Windows\\Speech\\Common\\sapisvr.exe";

    String relPath = ResourceUtils.getRelativePath(target, base, "\\");
    assertEquals("..\\..\\Boot\\Fonts\\chs_boot.ttf", relPath);
}

public void testGetRelativePathDirectoryToFile() {
    String target = "C:\\Windows\\Boot\\Fonts\\chs_boot.ttf";
    String base = "C:\\Windows\\Speech\\Common\\";

    String relPath = ResourceUtils.getRelativePath(target, base, "\\");
    assertEquals("..\\..\\Boot\\Fonts\\chs_boot.ttf", relPath);
}

public void testGetRelativePathFileToDirectory() {
    String target = "C:\\Windows\\Boot\\Fonts";
    String base = "C:\\Windows\\Speech\\Common\\foo.txt";

    String relPath = ResourceUtils.getRelativePath(target, base, "\\");
    assertEquals("..\\..\\Boot\\Fonts", relPath);
}

public void testGetRelativePathDirectoryToDirectory() {
    String target = "C:\\Windows\\Boot\\";
    String base = "C:\\Windows\\Speech\\Common\\";
    String expected = "..\\..\\Boot";

    String relPath = ResourceUtils.getRelativePath(target, base, "\\");
    assertEquals(expected, relPath);
}

public void testGetRelativePathDifferentDriveLetters() {
    String target = "D:\\sources\\recovery\\RecEnv.exe";
    String base = "C:\\Java\\workspace\\AcceptanceTests\\Standard test data\\geo\\";

    try {
        ResourceUtils.getRelativePath(target, base, "\\");
        fail();

    } catch (PathResolutionException ex) {
        // expected exception
    }
}

How to get request URI without context path?

May be you can just use the split method to eliminate the '/myapp' for example:

string[] uris=request.getRequestURI().split("/");
string uri="/"+uri[1]+"/"+uris[2];

How to get a DOM Element from a JQuery Selector

Edit: seems I was wrong in assuming you could not get the element. As others have posted here, you can get it with:

$('#element').get(0);

I have verified this actually returns the DOM element that was matched.

Why doesn't Python have multiline comments?

Because the # convention is a common one, and there really isn't anything you can do with a multiline comment that you can't with a #-sign comment. It's a historical accident, like the ancestry of /* ... */ comments going back to PL/I,

Problem in running .net framework 4.0 website on iis 7.0

If you are running Delphi, or other native compiled CGI, this solution will work:

  1. As other pointed, go to IIS manager and click on the server name. Then click on the "ISAPI and CGI Restrictions" icon under the IIS header.

  2. If you have everything allowed, it will still not work. You need to click on "Edit Feature Settings" in Actions (on the right side), and check "Allow unspecified CGI modules", or "Allow unspecified ISAPI modules" respectively.

  3. Click OK

Java regex capturing groups indexes

For The Rest Of Us

Here is a simple and clear example of how this works

Regex: ([a-zA-Z0-9]+)([\s]+)([a-zA-Z ]+)([\s]+)([0-9]+)

String: "!* UserName10 John Smith 01123 *!"

group(0): UserName10 John Smith 01123
group(1): UserName10
group(2):  
group(3): John Smith
group(4):  
group(5): 01123

As you can see, I have created FIVE groups which are each enclosed in parentheses.

I included the !* and *! on either side to make it clearer. Note that none of those characters are in the RegEx and therefore will not be produced in the results. Group(0) merely gives you the entire matched string (all of my search criteria in one single line). Group 1 stops right before the first space because the space character was not included in the search criteria. Groups 2 and 4 are simply the white space, which in this case is literally a space character, but could also be a tab or a line feed etc. Group 3 includes the space because I put it in the search criteria ... etc.

Hope this makes sense.

Apache HttpClient Interim Error: NoHttpResponseException

Solution: change the ReuseStrategy to never

Since this problem is very complex and there are so many different factors which can fail I was happy to find this solution in another post: How to solve org.apache.http.NoHttpResponseException

Never reuse connections: configure in org.apache.http.impl.client.AbstractHttpClient:

httpClient.setReuseStrategy(new NoConnectionReuseStrategy());

The same can be configured on a org.apache.http.impl.client.HttpClientBuilder builder:

builder.setConnectionReuseStrategy(new NoConnectionReuseStrategy());

how to change namespace of entire project?

When renaming a project, it's a simple process

  • Rename your project
  • Edit project properties to have new Default Namespace value
  • Find/Replace all "namespace OLD" and "using OLD" statements in your solution
  • Manually edit .sln file in text editor and replace your old project name in the directory structure with your new project name.
  • Reload solution when VS prompts

sql delete statement where date is greater than 30 days

Although the DATEADD is probably the most transparrent way of doing this, it is worth noting that simply getdate()-30 will also suffice.

Also, are you looking for 30 days from now, i.e. including hours, minutes, seconds, etc? Or 30 days from midnight today (e.g. 12/06/2010 00:00:00.000). In which case, you might consider:

SELECT * 
FROM Results 
WHERE convert(varchar(8), [Date], 112) >= convert(varchar(8), getdate(), 112)

Why don't Java's +=, -=, *=, /= compound assignment operators require casting?

Subtle point here...

There is an implicit typecast for i+j when j is a double and i is an int. Java ALWAYS converts an integer into a double when there is an operation between them.

To clarify i+=j where i is an integer and j is a double can be described as

i = <int>(<double>i + j)

See: this description of implicit casting

You might want to typecast j to (int) in this case for clarity.

Extract Month and Year From Date in R

The zoo package has the function of as.yearmon can help to convert.

require(zoo)

df$ym<-as.yearmon(df$date, "%Y %m")

Is there a sleep function in JavaScript?

A naive, CPU-intensive method to block execution for a number of milliseconds:

/**
* Delay for a number of milliseconds
*/
function sleep(delay) {
    var start = new Date().getTime();
    while (new Date().getTime() < start + delay);
}

Xcode - iPhone - profile doesn't match any valid certificate-/private-key pair in the default keychain

When I tried to select the development provisioning profile in Code Signing Identity is would say "profile doesn't match any valid certificate". So when I followed the two step process below it worked:

1) Under "Code Signing Identity" for Development change to "Don't Code Sign".
2) Then Under "Code Signing Identity" for Development you will be able to select your provisioning profile for Development.

Drove me nuts, but stumbled upon the solution.

How to get JQuery.trigger('click'); to initiate a mouse click

See my demo: http://jsfiddle.net/8AVau/1/

jQuery(document).ready(function(){
    jQuery('#foo').on('click', function(){
         jQuery('#bar').simulateClick('click');
    });
});

jQuery.fn.simulateClick = function() {
    return this.each(function() {
        if('createEvent' in document) {
            var doc = this.ownerDocument,
                evt = doc.createEvent('MouseEvents');
            evt.initMouseEvent('click', true, true, doc.defaultView, 1, 0, 0, 0, 0, false, false, false, false, 0, null);
            this.dispatchEvent(evt);
        } else {
            this.click(); // IE Boss!
        }
    });
}

javax.net.ssl.SSLException: Received fatal alert: protocol_version

I'm using apache-tomcat-7.0.70 with jdk1.7.0_45 and none of the solutions here and elsewhere on stackoverflow worked for me. Just sharing this solution as it hopefully might help someone as this is very high on Google's search

What worked is doing BOTH of these steps:

  1. Starting my tomcat with "export JAVA_OPTS="$JAVA_OPTS -Dhttps.protocols=TLSv1.2" by adding it to tomcat/bin/setenv.sh (Syntax slightly different on Windows)

  2. Manually building/forcing HttpClients or anything else you need with the TLS1.2 protocol:

    Context ctx = SSLContexts.custom().useProtocol("TLSv1.2").build();
    HttpClient httpClient = HttpClientBuilder.create().setSslcontext(ctx).build();
    HttpPost httppost = new HttpPost(scsTokenVerificationUrl);
    
    List<NameValuePair> paramsAccessToken = new ArrayList<NameValuePair>(2);
    paramsAccessToken.add(new BasicNameValuePair("token", token));
    paramsAccessToken.add(new BasicNameValuePair("client_id", scsClientId));
    paramsAccessToken.add(new BasicNameValuePair("secret", scsClientSecret));
    httppost.setEntity(new UrlEncodedFormEntity(paramsAccessToken, "utf-8"));
    
    //Execute and get the response.
    HttpResponse httpResponseAccessToken = httpClientAccessToken.execute(httppost);
    
    String responseJsonAccessToken = EntityUtils.toString(httpResponseAccessToken.getEntity());
    

Is it possible to dynamically compile and execute C# code fragments?

To compile you could just initiate a shell call to the csc compiler. You may have a headache trying to keep your paths and switches straight but it certainly can be done.

C# Corner Shell Examples

EDIT: Or better yet, use the CodeDOM as Noldorin suggested...

window.open with target "_blank" in Chrome

It's a setting in chrome. You can't control how the browser interprets the target _blank.

How can I remove the first line of a text file using bash/sed script?

Try tail:

tail -n +2 "$FILE"

-n x: Just print the last x lines. tail -n 5 would give you the last 5 lines of the input. The + sign kind of inverts the argument and make tail print anything but the first x-1 lines. tail -n +1 would print the whole file, tail -n +2 everything but the first line, etc.

GNU tail is much faster than sed. tail is also available on BSD and the -n +2 flag is consistent across both tools. Check the FreeBSD or OS X man pages for more.

The BSD version can be much slower than sed, though. I wonder how they managed that; tail should just read a file line by line while sed does pretty complex operations involving interpreting a script, applying regular expressions and the like.

Note: You may be tempted to use

# THIS WILL GIVE YOU AN EMPTY FILE!
tail -n +2 "$FILE" > "$FILE"

but this will give you an empty file. The reason is that the redirection (>) happens before tail is invoked by the shell:

  1. Shell truncates file $FILE
  2. Shell creates a new process for tail
  3. Shell redirects stdout of the tail process to $FILE
  4. tail reads from the now empty $FILE

If you want to remove the first line inside the file, you should use:

tail -n +2 "$FILE" > "$FILE.tmp" && mv "$FILE.tmp" "$FILE"

The && will make sure that the file doesn't get overwritten when there is a problem.

Memory address of variables in Java

This is not memory address This is classname@hashcode
Which is the default implementation of Object.toString()

public String toString() {
    return getClass().getName() + "@" + Integer.toHexString(hashCode());
}

where

Class name = full qualified name or absolute name (ie package name followed by class name) hashcode = hexadecimal format (System.identityHashCode(obj) or obj.hashCode() will give you hashcode in decimal format).

Hint:
The confusion root cause is that the default implementation of Object.hashCode() use the internal address of the object into an integer

This is typically implemented by converting the internal address of the object into an integer, but this implementation technique is not required by the Java™ programming language.

And of course, some classes can override both default implementations either for toString() or hashCode()

If you need the default implementation value of hashcode() for a object which overriding it,
You can use the following method System.identityHashCode(Object x)

How to replace a string in an existing file in Perl?

It can be done using a single line:

perl -pi.back -e 's/oldString/newString/g;' inputFileName

Pay attention that oldString is processed as a Regular Expression.
In case the string contains any of {}[]()^$.|*+? (The special characters for Regular Expression syntax) make sure to escape them unless you want it to be processed as a regular expression.
Escaping it is done by \, so \[.

How to append the output to a file?

you can append the file with >> sign. It insert the contents at the last of the file which we are using.e.g if file let its name is myfile contains xyz then cat >> myfile abc ctrl d

after the above process the myfile contains xyzabc.

How to compare character ignoring case in primitive types

You can't actually do the job quite right with toLowerCase, either on a string or in a character. The problem is that there are variant glyphs in either upper or lower case, and depending on whether you uppercase or lowercase your glyphs may or may not be preserved. It's not even clear what you mean when you say that two variants of a lower-case glyph are compared ignoring case: are they or are they not the same? (Note that there are also mixed-case glyphs: \u01c5, \u01c8, \u01cb, \u01f2 or ?, ?, ?, ?, but any method suggested here will work on those as long as they should count as the same as their fully upper or full lower case variants.)

There is an additional problem with using Char: there are some 80 code points not representable with a single Char that are upper/lower case variants (40 of each), at least as detected by Java's code point upper/lower casing. You therefore need to get the code points and change the case on these.

But code points don't help with the variant glyphs.

Anyway, here's a complete list of the glyphs that are problematic due to variants, showing how they fare against 6 variant methods:

  1. Character toLowerCase
  2. Character toUpperCase
  3. String toLowerCase
  4. String toUpperCase
  5. String equalsIgnoreCase
  6. Character toLowerCase(toUpperCase) (or vice versa)

For these methods, S means that the variants are treated the same as each other, D means the variants are treated as different from each other.

Behavior     Unicode                             Glyphs
===========  ==================================  =========
1 2 3 4 5 6  Upper  Lower  Var Up Var Lo Vr Lo2  U L u l l2
- - - - - -  ------ ------ ------ ------ ------  - - - - -
D D D D S S  \u0049 \u0069 \u0130 \u0131         I i I i   
S D S D S S  \u004b \u006b \u212a                K k K     
D S D S S S  \u0053 \u0073        \u017f         S s   ?   
D S D S S S  \u039c \u03bc        \u00b5         ? µ   µ   
S D S D S S  \u00c5 \u00e5 \u212b                Å å Å     
D S D S S S  \u0399 \u03b9        \u0345 \u1fbe  ? ?   ? ? 
D S D S S S  \u0392 \u03b2        \u03d0         ? ß   ?   
D S D S S S  \u0395 \u03b5        \u03f5         ? e   ?   
D D D D S S  \u0398 \u03b8 \u03f4 \u03d1         T ? ? ?   
D S D S S S  \u039a \u03ba        \u03f0         ? ?   ?   
D S D S S S  \u03a0 \u03c0        \u03d6         ? p   ?   
D S D S S S  \u03a1 \u03c1        \u03f1         ? ?   ?   
D S D S S S  \u03a3 \u03c3        \u03c2         S s   ?   
D S D S S S  \u03a6 \u03c6        \u03d5         F f   ?   
S D S D S S  \u03a9 \u03c9 \u2126                O ? ?     
D S D S S S  \u1e60 \u1e61        \u1e9b         ? ?   ?   

Complicating this still further is that there is no way to get the Turkish I's right (i.e. the dotted versions are different than the undotted versions) unless you know you're in Turkish; none of these methods give correct behavior and cannot unless you know the locale (i.e. non-Turkish: i and I are the same ignoring case; Turkish, not).

Overall, using toUpperCase gives you the closest approximation, since you have only five uppercase variants (or four, not counting Turkish).

You can also try to specifically intercept those five troublesome cases and call toUpperCase(toLowerCase(c)) on them alone. If you choose your guards carefully (just toUpperCase if c < 0x130 || c > 0x212B, then work through the other alternatives) you can get only a ~20% speed penalty for characters in the low range (as compared to ~4x if you convert single characters to strings and equalsIgnoreCase them) and only about a 2x penalty if you have a lot in the danger zone. You still have the locale problem with dotted I, but otherwise you're in decent shape. Of course if you can use equalsIgnoreCase on a larger string, you're better off doing that.

Here is sample Scala code that does the job:

def elevateCase(c: Char): Char = {
  if (c < 0x130 || c > 0x212B) Character.toUpperCase(c)
  else if (c == 0x130 || c == 0x3F4 || c == 0x2126 || c >= 0x212A)
    Character.toUpperCase(Character.toLowerCase(c))
  else Character.toUpperCase(c)
}

Using Bootstrap Tooltip with AngularJS

You can use selector option for dynamic single page applications:

jQuery(function($) {
    $(document).tooltip({
        selector: '[data-toggle="tooltip"]'
    });
});

if a selector is provided, tooltip objects will be delegated to the specified targets. In practice, this is used to enable dynamic HTML content to have tooltips added.

How to hide the title bar for an Activity in XML with existing custom theme

I believe there is just one line answer for this in 2020

Add the following line to the styles.xml

<item name="windowNoTitle">true</item>

How to pad zeroes to a string?

Strings:

>>> n = '4'
>>> print(n.zfill(3))
004

And for numbers:

>>> n = 4
>>> print(f'{n:03}') # Preferred method, python >= 3.6
004
>>> print('%03d' % n)
004
>>> print(format(n, '03')) # python >= 2.6
004
>>> print('{0:03d}'.format(n))  # python >= 2.6 + python 3
004
>>> print('{foo:03d}'.format(foo=n))  # python >= 2.6 + python 3
004
>>> print('{:03d}'.format(n))  # python >= 2.7 + python3
004

String formatting documentation.

Calculate business days

Here's a function from the user comments on the date() function page in the PHP manual. It's an improvement of an earlier function in the comments that adds support for leap years.

Enter the starting and ending dates, along with an array of any holidays that might be in between, and it returns the working days as an integer:

<?php
//The function returns the no. of business days between two dates and it skips the holidays
function getWorkingDays($startDate,$endDate,$holidays){
    // do strtotime calculations just once
    $endDate = strtotime($endDate);
    $startDate = strtotime($startDate);


    //The total number of days between the two dates. We compute the no. of seconds and divide it to 60*60*24
    //We add one to inlude both dates in the interval.
    $days = ($endDate - $startDate) / 86400 + 1;

    $no_full_weeks = floor($days / 7);
    $no_remaining_days = fmod($days, 7);

    //It will return 1 if it's Monday,.. ,7 for Sunday
    $the_first_day_of_week = date("N", $startDate);
    $the_last_day_of_week = date("N", $endDate);

    //---->The two can be equal in leap years when february has 29 days, the equal sign is added here
    //In the first case the whole interval is within a week, in the second case the interval falls in two weeks.
    if ($the_first_day_of_week <= $the_last_day_of_week) {
        if ($the_first_day_of_week <= 6 && 6 <= $the_last_day_of_week) $no_remaining_days--;
        if ($the_first_day_of_week <= 7 && 7 <= $the_last_day_of_week) $no_remaining_days--;
    }
    else {
        // (edit by Tokes to fix an edge case where the start day was a Sunday
        // and the end day was NOT a Saturday)

        // the day of the week for start is later than the day of the week for end
        if ($the_first_day_of_week == 7) {
            // if the start date is a Sunday, then we definitely subtract 1 day
            $no_remaining_days--;

            if ($the_last_day_of_week == 6) {
                // if the end date is a Saturday, then we subtract another day
                $no_remaining_days--;
            }
        }
        else {
            // the start date was a Saturday (or earlier), and the end date was (Mon..Fri)
            // so we skip an entire weekend and subtract 2 days
            $no_remaining_days -= 2;
        }
    }

    //The no. of business days is: (number of weeks between the two dates) * (5 working days) + the remainder
//---->february in none leap years gave a remainder of 0 but still calculated weekends between first and last day, this is one way to fix it
   $workingDays = $no_full_weeks * 5;
    if ($no_remaining_days > 0 )
    {
      $workingDays += $no_remaining_days;
    }

    //We subtract the holidays
    foreach($holidays as $holiday){
        $time_stamp=strtotime($holiday);
        //If the holiday doesn't fall in weekend
        if ($startDate <= $time_stamp && $time_stamp <= $endDate && date("N",$time_stamp) != 6 && date("N",$time_stamp) != 7)
            $workingDays--;
    }

    return $workingDays;
}

//Example:

$holidays=array("2008-12-25","2008-12-26","2009-01-01");

echo getWorkingDays("2008-12-22","2009-01-02",$holidays)
// => will return 7
?>

How to turn a vector into a matrix in R?

A matrix is really just a vector with a dim attribute (for the dimensions). So you can add dimensions to vec using the dim() function and vec will then be a matrix:

vec <- 1:49
dim(vec) <- c(7, 7)  ## (rows, cols)
vec

> vec <- 1:49
> dim(vec) <- c(7, 7)  ## (rows, cols)
> vec
     [,1] [,2] [,3] [,4] [,5] [,6] [,7]
[1,]    1    8   15   22   29   36   43
[2,]    2    9   16   23   30   37   44
[3,]    3   10   17   24   31   38   45
[4,]    4   11   18   25   32   39   46
[5,]    5   12   19   26   33   40   47
[6,]    6   13   20   27   34   41   48
[7,]    7   14   21   28   35   42   49

HTML text-overflow ellipsis detection

My implementation)

_x000D_
_x000D_
const items = Array.from(document.querySelectorAll('.item'));_x000D_
items.forEach(item =>{_x000D_
    item.style.color = checkEllipsis(item) ? 'red': 'black'_x000D_
})_x000D_
_x000D_
function checkEllipsis(el){_x000D_
  const styles = getComputedStyle(el);_x000D_
  const widthEl = parseFloat(styles.width);_x000D_
  const ctx = document.createElement('canvas').getContext('2d');_x000D_
  ctx.font = `${styles.fontSize} ${styles.fontFamily}`;_x000D_
  const text = ctx.measureText(el.innerText);_x000D_
  return text.width > widthEl;_x000D_
}
_x000D_
.item{_x000D_
  width: 60px;_x000D_
  overflow: hidden;_x000D_
  text-overflow: ellipsis;_x000D_
}
_x000D_
      <div class="item">Short</div>_x000D_
      <div class="item">Loooooooooooong</div>
_x000D_
_x000D_
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android splash screen sizes for ldpi,mdpi, hdpi, xhdpi displays ? - eg : 1024X768 pixels for ldpi

  • LDPI: Portrait: 200 X 320px. Landscape: 320 X 200px.
  • MDPI: Portrait: 320 X 480px. Landscape: 480 X 320px.
  • HDPI: Portrait: 480 X 800px. Landscape: 800 X 480px.
  • XHDPI: Portrait: 720 X 1280px. Landscape: 1280 X 720px.
  • XXHDPI: Portrait: 960 X 1600px. Landscape: 1600 X 960px.
  • XXXHDPI: Portrait: 1280 X 1920px. Landscape: 1920 X 1280px.

How to "test" NoneType in python?

Not sure if this answers the question. But I know this took me a while to figure out. I was looping through a website and all of sudden the name of the authors weren't there anymore. So needed a check statement.

if type(author) == type(None):
     my if body
else:
    my else body

Author can be any variable in this case, and None can be any type that you are checking for.

How to set session variable in jquery?

You could try using HTML5s sessionStorage it lasts for the duration on the page session. A page session lasts for as long as the browser is open and survives over page reloads and restores. Opening a page in a new tab or window will cause a new session to be initiated.

sessionStorage.setItem("username", "John");

https://developer.mozilla.org/en-US/docs/Web/Guide/API/DOM/Storage#sessionStorage

Browser Compatibility https://code.google.com/p/sessionstorage/ compatible with every A-grade browser, included iPhone or Android. http://www.nczonline.net/blog/2009/07/21/introduction-to-sessionstorage/

How to set variables in HIVE scripts

Just in case someone needs to parameterize hive query via cli.

For eg:

hive_query.sql

SELECT * FROM foo WHERE day >= '${hivevar:CURRENT_DATE}'

Now execute above sql file from cli:

hive --hivevar CURRENT_DATE="2012-09-16" -f hive_query.sql

Php artisan make:auth command is not defined

Update for Laravel 6

Now that Laravel 6 is released you need to install laravel/ui.

composer require laravel/ui --dev
php artisan ui vue --auth

You can change vue with react if you use React in your project (see Using React).

And then you need to perform the migrations and compile the frontend

php artisan migrate
npm install && npm run dev

Source : Laravel Documentation for authentication

Want to get started fast? Install the laravel/ui Composer package and run php artisan ui vue --auth in a fresh Laravel application. After migrating your database, navigate your browser to http://your-app.test/register or any other URL that is assigned to your application. These commands will take care of scaffolding your entire authentication system!

Note: That's only if you want to use scaffolding, you can use the default User model and the Eloquent authentication driver.

Get selected text from a drop-down list (select box) using jQuery

This works for me:

$('#yourdropdownid').find('option:selected').text();

jQuery version: 1.9.1

How to search for a string in text files?

Here's another way to possibly answer your question using the find function which gives you a literal numerical value of where something truly is

open('file', 'r').read().find('')

in find write the word you want to find and 'file' stands for your file name

Vue.js dynamic images not working

Tried all of the answers here but what worked for me on Vue2 is like this.

<div class="col-lg-2" v-for="pic in pics">
   <img :src="require(`../assets/${pic.imagePath}.png`)" :alt="pic.picName">
</div>

mssql '5 (Access is denied.)' error during restoring database

A good solution that can work is go to files > and check the reallocate all files

Files relocate

How can I implement prepend and append with regular JavaScript?

Here's a snippet to get you going:

theParent = document.getElementById("theParent");
theKid = document.createElement("div");
theKid.innerHTML = 'Are we there yet?';

// append theKid to the end of theParent
theParent.appendChild(theKid);

// prepend theKid to the beginning of theParent
theParent.insertBefore(theKid, theParent.firstChild);

theParent.firstChild will give us a reference to the first element within theParent and put theKid before it.

javascript setTimeout() not working

If you want to pass a parameter to the delayed function:

    setTimeout(setTimer, 3000, param1, param2);

python dict to numpy structured array

Similarly to the approved answer. If you want to create an array from dictionary keys:

np.array( tuple(dict.keys()) )

If you want to create an array from dictionary values:

np.array( tuple(dict.values()) )

toBe(true) vs toBeTruthy() vs toBeTrue()

What I do when I wonder something like the question asked here is go to the source.

toBe()

expect().toBe() is defined as:

function toBe() {
  return {
    compare: function(actual, expected) {
      return {
        pass: actual === expected
      };
    }
  };
}

It performs its test with === which means that when used as expect(foo).toBe(true), it will pass only if foo actually has the value true. Truthy values won't make the test pass.

toBeTruthy()

expect().toBeTruthy() is defined as:

function toBeTruthy() {
  return {
    compare: function(actual) {
      return {
        pass: !!actual
      };
    }
  };
}

Type coercion

A value is truthy if the coercion of this value to a boolean yields the value true. The operation !! tests for truthiness by coercing the value passed to expect to a boolean. Note that contrarily to what the currently accepted answer implies, == true is not a correct test for truthiness. You'll get funny things like

> "hello" == true
false
> "" == true
false
> [] == true
false
> [1, 2, 3] == true
false

Whereas using !! yields:

> !!"hello"
true
> !!""
false
> !![1, 2, 3]
true
> !![] 
true

(Yes, empty or not, an array is truthy.)

toBeTrue()

expect().toBeTrue() is part of Jasmine-Matchers (which is registered on npm as jasmine-expect after a later project registered jasmine-matchers first).

expect().toBeTrue() is defined as:

function toBeTrue(actual) {
  return actual === true ||
    is(actual, 'Boolean') &&
    actual.valueOf();
}

The difference with expect().toBeTrue() and expect().toBe(true) is that expect().toBeTrue() tests whether it is dealing with a Boolean object. expect(new Boolean(true)).toBe(true) would fail whereas expect(new Boolean(true)).toBeTrue() would pass. This is because of this funny thing:

> new Boolean(true) === true
false
> new Boolean(true) === false
false

At least it is truthy:

> !!new Boolean(true)
true

Which is best suited for use with elem.isDisplayed()?

Ultimately Protractor hands off this request to Selenium. The documentation states that the value produced by .isDisplayed() is a promise that resolves to a boolean. I would take it at face value and use .toBeTrue() or .toBe(true). If I found a case where the implementation returns truthy/falsy values, I would file a bug report.

Get column index from column name in python pandas

Sure, you can use .get_loc():

In [45]: df = DataFrame({"pear": [1,2,3], "apple": [2,3,4], "orange": [3,4,5]})

In [46]: df.columns
Out[46]: Index([apple, orange, pear], dtype=object)

In [47]: df.columns.get_loc("pear")
Out[47]: 2

although to be honest I don't often need this myself. Usually access by name does what I want it to (df["pear"], df[["apple", "orange"]], or maybe df.columns.isin(["orange", "pear"])), although I can definitely see cases where you'd want the index number.

How do you change the size of figures drawn with matplotlib?

Use this:

plt.figure(figsize=(width,height))

The width and height are in inches.
If not provided, defaults to rcParams["figure.figsize"] = [6.4, 4.8]. See more here.

How to display an alert box from C# in ASP.NET?

Hey Try This Code.

ScriptManager.RegisterStartupScript(Page, Page.GetType(), "Alert", "Data has been saved", true);

Cheers

How can getContentResolver() be called in Android?

A solution would be to get the ContentResolver from the context

ContentResolver contentResolver = getContext().getContentResolver();

Link to the documentation : ContentResolver

Concatenating elements in an array to a string

Do it java 8 way in just 1 line:

String.join("", arr);

Detect Browser Language in PHP

Unfortunately, none of the answers to this question takes into account some valid HTTP_ACCEPT_LANGUAGE such as:

  • q=0.8,en-US;q=0.5,en;q=0.3: having the q priority value at first place.
  • ZH-CN: old browsers that capitalise (wrongly) the whole langcode.
  • *: that basically say "serve whatever language you have".

After a comprehensive test with thousands of different Accept-Languages in my server, I ended up having this language detection method:

define('SUPPORTED_LANGUAGES', ['en', 'es']);

function detect_language() {
    foreach (preg_split('/[;,]/', $_SERVER['HTTP_ACCEPT_LANGUAGE']) as $sub) {
        if (substr($sub, 0, 2) == 'q=') continue;
        if (strpos($sub, '-') !== false) $sub = explode('-', $sub)[0];
        if (in_array(strtolower($sub), SUPPORTED_LANGUAGES)) return $sub;
    }
    return 'en';
}

How can I build XML in C#?

As above.

I use stringbuilder.append().

Very straightforward, and you can then do xmldocument.load(strinbuilder object as parameter).

You will probably find yourself using string.concat within the append parameter, but this is a very straightforward approach.

How to get the children of the $(this) selector?

The jQuery constructor accepts a 2nd parameter called context which can be used to override the context of the selection.

jQuery("img", this);

Which is the same as using .find() like this:

jQuery(this).find("img");

If the imgs you desire are only direct descendants of the clicked element, you can also use .children():

jQuery(this).children("img");

Data-frame Object has no Attribute

data=pd.read_csv('/your file name', delim_whitespace=True)

data.Number

now you can run this code with no error.

Fatal error: Can't open and lock privilege tables: Table 'mysql.host' doesn't exist

I got similar error on overlayfs (overlay2) that is the default on Docker for Mac. The error happens when starting mysql on the image, after creating a image with mysql.

2017-11-15T06:44:22.141481Z 0 [ERROR] Fatal error: Can't open and lock privilege tables: Table storage engine for 'user' doesn't have this option

Switching to "aufs" solved the issue. (On Docker for Mac, the "daemon.json" can be edited by choosing "Preferences..." menu, and selecting "Daemon" tab, and selecting "Advanced" tab.)

/etc/docker/daemon.json :

{
  "storage-driver" : "aufs",
  "debug" : true,
  "experimental" : true
}

Ref:

https://github.com/moby/moby/issues/35503

https://qiita.com/Hige-Moja/items/7b1208f16997e2aa9028

Creating a Pandas DataFrame from a Numpy array: How do I specify the index column and column headers?

You need to specify data, index and columns to DataFrame constructor, as in:

>>> pd.DataFrame(data=data[1:,1:],    # values
...              index=data[1:,0],    # 1st column as index
...              columns=data[0,1:])  # 1st row as the column names

edit: as in the @joris comment, you may need to change above to np.int_(data[1:,1:]) to have correct data type.

How to convert timestamps to dates in Bash?

I use this cross-platform one-liner:

date -d @1267619929 2>/dev/null || date -r 1267619929

It should work in both macOS and later versions of popular Linux distributions.

How to set a Header field on POST a form?

From FormData documention:

XMLHttpRequest Level 2 adds support for the new FormData interface. FormData objects provide a way to easily construct a set of key/value pairs representing form fields and their values, which can then be easily sent using the XMLHttpRequest send() method.

With an XMLHttpRequest you can set the custom headers and then do the POST.

How to get the URL without any parameters in JavaScript?

If you look at the documentation you can take just the properties you're interested in from the window object i.e.

protocol + '//' + hostname + pathname

Invoking a jQuery function after .each() has completed

JavaScript runs synchronously, so whatever you place after each() will not run until each() is complete.

Consider the following test:

var count = 0;
var array = [];

// populate an array with 1,000,000 entries
for(var i = 0; i < 1000000; i++) {
    array.push(i);
}

// use each to iterate over the array, incrementing count each time
$.each(array, function() {
    count++
});

// the alert won't get called until the 'each' is done
//      as evidenced by the value of count
alert(count);

When the alert is called, count will equal 1000000 because the alert won't run until each() is done.

JavaFX FXML controller - constructor vs initialize method

In a few words: The constructor is called first, then any @FXML annotated fields are populated, then initialize() is called.

This means the constructor does not have access to @FXML fields referring to components defined in the .fxml file, while initialize() does have access to them.

Quoting from the Introduction to FXML:

[...] the controller can define an initialize() method, which will be called once on an implementing controller when the contents of its associated document have been completely loaded [...] This allows the implementing class to perform any necessary post-processing on the content.

How do you use MySQL's source command to import large files in windows

Don't use "source", it's designed to run a small number of sql queries and display the output, not to import large databases.

I use Wamp Developer (not XAMPP) but it should be the same.

What you want to do is use the MySQL Client to do the work for you.

  1. Make sure MySQL is running.
  2. Create your database via phpMyAdmin or the MySQL shell.
  3. Then, run cmd.exe, and change to the directory your sql file is located in.
  4. Execute: mysql -u root -p database_name_here < dump_file_name_here.sql
  5. Substitute in your database name and dump file name.
  6. Enter your MySQL root account password when prompted (if no password set, remove the "-p" switch).

This assumes that mysql.exe can be located via the environmental path, and that sql file is located in the directory you are running this from. Otherwise, use full paths.

Multiple connections to a server or shared resource by the same user, using more than one user name, are not allowed

In Windows 10, I solved this problem with the Windows Credential Manager. I found multiple credentials for the NAS unit that I was having trouble with. After deleting both credentials, I was able to access the NAS mapped network drives without a problem.

Show dialog from fragment?

 public void showAlert(){


     AlertDialog.Builder alertDialog = new AlertDialog.Builder(getActivity());
     LayoutInflater inflater = getActivity().getLayoutInflater();
     View alertDialogView = inflater.inflate(R.layout.test_dialog, null);
     alertDialog.setView(alertDialogView);

     TextView textDialog = (TextView) alertDialogView.findViewById(R.id.text_testDialogMsg);
     textDialog.setText(questionMissing);

     alertDialog.setPositiveButton("Ok", new DialogInterface.OnClickListener() {
         public void onClick(DialogInterface dialog, int which) {
             dialog.cancel();
         }
     });
     alertDialog.show();

}

where .test_dialog is of xml custom

Most Useful Attributes

In our current project, we use

[ComVisible(false)]

It controls accessibility of an individual managed type or member, or of all types within an assembly, to COM.

More Info

Add Whatsapp function to website, like sms, tel

Here is the solution to your problem! You just need to use this format:

<a href="https://api.whatsapp.com/send?phone=whatsappphonenumber&text=urlencodedtext"></a>

In the place of "urlencodedtext" you need to keep the content in Url-encode format.

UPDATE-- Use this from now(Nov-2018)

<a href="https://wa.me/whatsappphonenumber/?text=urlencodedtext"></a>

Use: https://wa.me/15551234567

Don't use: https://wa.me/+001-(555)1234567

To create your own link with a pre-filled message that will automatically appear in the text field of a chat, use https://wa.me/whatsappphonenumber/?text=urlencodedtext where whatsappphonenumber is a full phone number in international format and URL-encodedtext is the URL-encoded pre-filled message.

Example:https://wa.me/15551234567?text=I'm%20interested%20in%20your%20car%20for%20sale

To create a link with just a pre-filled message, use https://wa.me/?text=urlencodedtext

Example:https://wa.me/?text=I'm%20inquiring%20about%20the%20apartment%20listing

After clicking on the link, you will be shown a list of contacts you can send your message to.

For more information, see https://www.whatsapp.com/faq/en/general/26000030

If file exists then delete the file

IF both POS_History_bim_data_*.zip and POS_History_bim_data_*.zip.trg exists in  Y:\ExternalData\RSIDest\ Folder then Delete File Y:\ExternalData\RSIDest\Target_slpos_unzip_done.dat

How do you get current active/default Environment profile programmatically in Spring?

To tweak a bit in order to handle the case where the variable is not set you could use a default value:

@Value("${spring.profiles.active:unknown}")
private String activeProfile;

This way if spring.profiles.active is set, it will take it else it will take the default value unknown.

So no exception will be triggered. And no need to force add something like @ActiveProfiles("test") in your test to make it pass.

How to list processes attached to a shared memory segment in linux?

Just in case someone is interest only in what kind of process created the shared moeries, call

ls -l /dev/shm

It lists the names that are associated with the shared memories - at least on Ubuntu. Usually the names are quite telling.

What is the difference between npm install and npm run build?

  • npm install installs the depedendencies in your package.json config.
  • npm run build runs the script "build" and created a script which runs your application - let's say server.js
  • npm start runs the "start" script which will then be "node server.js"

It's difficult to tell exactly what the issue was but basically if you look at your scripts configuration, I would guess that "build" uses some kind of build tool to create your application while "start" assumes the build has been done but then fails if the file is not there.

You are probably using bower or grunt - I seem to remember that a typical grunt application will have defined those scripts as well as a "clean" script to delete the last build.

Build tools tend to create a file in a bin/, dist/, or build/ folder which the start script then calls - e.g. "node build/server.js". When your npm start fails, it is probably because you called npm clean or similar to delete the latest build so your application file is not present causing npm start to fail.

npm build's source code - to touch on the discussion in this question - is in github for you to have a look at if you like. If you run npm build directly and you have a "build" script defined, it will exit with an error asking you to call your build script as npm run-script build so it's not the same as npm run script.

I'm not quite sure what npm build does, but it seems to be related to postinstall and packaging scripts in dependencies. I assume that this might be making sure that any CLI build scripts's or native libraries required by dependencies are built for the specific environment after downloading the package. This will be why link and install call this script.

How to filter array in subdocument with MongoDB

Use $filter aggregation

Selects a subset of the array to return based on the specified condition. Returns an array with only those elements that match the condition. The returned elements are in the original order.

db.test.aggregate([
    {$match: {"list.a": {$gt:3}}}, // <-- match only the document which have a matching element
    {$project: {
        list: {$filter: {
            input: "$list",
            as: "list",
            cond: {$gt: ["$$list.a", 3]} //<-- filter sub-array based on condition
        }}
    }}
]);

Top 1 with a left join

Damir is correct,

Your subquery needs to ensure that dps_user.id equals um.profile_id, otherwise it will grab the top row which might, but probably not equal your id of 'u162231993'

Your query should look like this:

SELECT u.id, mbg.marker_value 
FROM dps_user u
LEFT JOIN 
    (SELECT TOP 1 m.marker_value, um.profile_id
     FROM dps_usr_markers um (NOLOCK)
         INNER JOIN dps_markers m (NOLOCK) 
             ON m.marker_id= um.marker_id AND 
                m.marker_key = 'moneyBackGuaranteeLength'
     WHERE u.id = um.profile_id
     ORDER BY m.creation_date
    ) MBG ON MBG.profile_id=u.id 
WHERE u.id = 'u162231993'

How do I convert datetime.timedelta to minutes, hours in Python?

There is no need for custom helper functions if all we need is to print the string of the form [D day[s], ][H]H:MM:SS[.UUUUUU]. timedelta object supports str() operation that will do this. It works even in Python 2.6.

>>> from datetime import timedelta
>>> timedelta(seconds=90136)
datetime.timedelta(1, 3736)
>>> str(timedelta(seconds=90136))
'1 day, 1:02:16'

VBA EXCEL To Prompt User Response to Select Folder and Return the Path as String Variable

Consider:

Function GetFolder() As String
    Dim fldr As FileDialog
    Dim sItem As String
    Set fldr = Application.FileDialog(msoFileDialogFolderPicker)
    With fldr
        .Title = "Select a Folder"
        .AllowMultiSelect = False
        .InitialFileName = Application.DefaultFilePath
        If .Show <> -1 Then GoTo NextCode
        sItem = .SelectedItems(1)
    End With
NextCode:
    GetFolder = sItem
    Set fldr = Nothing
End Function

This code was adapted from Ozgrid

and as jkf points out, from Mr Excel

Get current language in CultureInfo

To get the 2 chars ISO 639-1 language identifier use:

System.Threading.Thread.CurrentThread.CurrentCulture.TwoLetterISOLanguageName;

Wireshark vs Firebug vs Fiddler - pros and cons?

Wireshark, Firebug, Fiddler all do similar things - capture network traffic.

  • Wireshark captures any kind of network packet. It can capture packet details below TCP/IP (HTTP is at the top). It does have filters to reduce the noise it captures.

  • Firebug tracks each request the browser page makes and captures the associated headers and the time taken for each stage of the request (DNS, receiving, sending, ...).

  • Fiddler works as an HTTP/HTTPS proxy. It captures every HTTP request the computer makes and records everything associated with it. It does allow things like converting post variables to a table form and editing/replaying requests. It doesn't, by default, capture localhost traffic in IE, see the FAQ for the workaround.

How do you join tables from two different SQL Server instances in one SQL query

You can create a linked server and reference the table in the other instance using its fully qualified Server.Catalog.Schema.Table name.

Why use def main()?

Consider the second script. If you import it in another one, the instructions, as at "global level", will be executed.

Programmatically center TextView text

For dynamically center

textView.setGravity(Gravity.CENTER_VERTICAL | Gravity.CENTER_HORIZONTAL);

NuGet: 'X' already has a dependency defined for 'Y'

I was getting the issue 'Newtonsoft.Json' already has a dependency defined for 'Microsoft.CSharp' on the TeamCity build server. I changed the "Update Mode" of the Nuget Installer build step from solution file to packages.config and NuGet.exe to the latest version (I had 3.5.0) and it worked !!

SELECT DISTINCT on one column

The simplest solution would be to use a subquery for finding the minimum ID matching your query. In the subquery you use GROUP BY instead of DISTINCT:

SELECT * FROM [TestData] WHERE [ID] IN (
   SELECT MIN([ID]) FROM [TestData]
   WHERE [SKU] LIKE 'FOO-%'
   GROUP BY [PRODUCT]
)

How do I check (at runtime) if one class is a subclass of another?

You can use isinstance if you have an instance, or issubclass if you have a class. Normally thought its a bad idea. Normally in Python you work out if an object is capable of something by attempting to do that thing to it.

How to define static property in TypeScript interface

Another option not mentioned here is defining variable with a type representing static interface and assigning to it class expression:

interface MyType {
    instanceMethod(): void;
}

interface MyTypeStatic {
    new(): MyType;
    staticMethod(): void;
}

// ok
const MyTypeClass: MyTypeStatic = class MyTypeClass {
    public static staticMethod() { }
    instanceMethod() { }
}

// error: 'instanceMethod' is missing
const MyTypeClass1: MyTypeStatic = class MyTypeClass {
    public static staticMethod() { }
}

// error: 'staticMethod' is missing
const MyTypeClass2: MyTypeStatic = class MyTypeClass {
    instanceMethod() { }
}

The effect is same as in answer with decorators, but without overhead of decorators

Playground

Relevant suggestion/discussion on GitHub

Only Add Unique Item To List

Just like the accepted answer says a HashSet doesn't have an order. If order is important you can continue to use a List and check if it contains the item before you add it.

if (_remoteDevices.Contains(rDevice))
    _remoteDevices.Add(rDevice);

Performing List.Contains() on a custom class/object requires implementing IEquatable<T> on the custom class or overriding the Equals. It's a good idea to also implement GetHashCode in the class as well. This is per the documentation at https://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/ms224763.aspx

public class RemoteDevice: IEquatable<RemoteDevice>
{
    private readonly int id;
    public RemoteDevice(int uuid)
    {
        id = id
    }
    public int GetId
    {
        get { return id; }
    }

    // ...

    public bool Equals(RemoteDevice other)
    {
        if (this.GetId == other.GetId)
            return true;
        else
            return false;
    }
    public override int GetHashCode()
    {
        return id;
    }
}

How can I stop python.exe from closing immediately after I get an output?

Auxiliary answer

Manoj Govindan's answer is correct but I saw that comment:

Run it from the terminal.

And got to thinking about why this is so not obvious to windows users and realized it's because CMD.EXE is such a poor excuse for a shell that it should start with:

Windows command interpreter copyright 1999 Microsoft
Mein Gott!! Whatever you do, don't use this!!
C:>

Which leads me to point at https://stackoverflow.com/questions/913912/bash-shell-for-windows

Activity <App Name> has leaked ServiceConnection <ServiceConnection Name>@438030a8 that was originally bound here

You can use:

@Override
public void onDestroy() {
    super.onDestroy();

    if (mServiceConn != null) {
        unbindService(mServiceConn);
    }
}

MySQL skip first 10 results

Use LIMIT with two parameters. For example, to return results 11-60 (where result 1 is the first row), use:

SELECT * FROM foo LIMIT 10, 50

For a solution to return all results, see Thomas' answer.

Best way to implement keyboard shortcuts in a Windows Forms application?

If you have a menu then changing ShortcutKeys property of the ToolStripMenuItem should do the trick.

If not, you could create one and set its visible property to false.

How to wait in a batch script?

You can ping an address that doesn't exist and specify the desired timeout:

ping 192.0.2.2 -n 1 -w 10000 > nul

And since the address does not exist, it'll wait 10,000 ms (10 seconds) and return.

  • The -w 10000 part specifies the desired timeout in milliseconds.
  • The -n 1 part tells ping that it should only try once (normally it'd try 4 times).
  • The > nul part is appended so the ping command doesn't output anything to screen.

You can easily make a sleep command yourself by creating a sleep.bat somewhere in your PATH and using the above technique:

rem SLEEP.BAT - sleeps by the supplied number of seconds

@ping 192.0.2.2 -n 1 -w %1000 > nul

NOTE (September 2002): The 192.0.2.x address is reserved as per RFC 3330 so it definitely will not exist in the real world. Quoting from the spec:

192.0.2.0/24 - This block is assigned as "TEST-NET" for use in documentation and example code. It is often used in conjunction with domain names example.com or example.net in vendor and protocol documentation. Addresses within this block should not appear on the public Internet.

How do I remove link underlining in my HTML email?

While viewing the html email try inspecting the element on that link and see what is overwriting it. Use that class and define it that style again in your head style and define the text-decoration: none !important;

In my case these are the classes that are overwriting my inline style so declared this on the head of my html email and defined the style that I want implemented.

It worked for me, hope it will work on your one too.

.ii a[href]{
text-decoration: none !important;
}

#yiv8915438996 a:link, #yiv8915438996 span.yiv8915438996MsoHyperlink{
text-decoration: none !important;
}   

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Rails create or update magic?

The magic you have been looking for has been added in Rails 6 Now you can upsert (update or insert). For single record use:

Model.upsert(column_name: value)

For multiple records use upsert_all :

Model.upsert_all(column_name: value, unique_by: :column_name)

Note:

  • Both methods do not trigger Active Record callbacks or validations
  • unique_by => PostgreSQL and SQLite only

REST API - file (ie images) processing - best practices

There's no easy solution. Each way has their pros and cons . But the canonical way is using the first option: multipart/form-data. As W3 recommendation guide says

The content type "multipart/form-data" should be used for submitting forms that contain files, non-ASCII data, and binary data.

We aren't sending forms,really, but the implicit principle still applies. Using base64 as a binary representation, is incorrect because you're using the incorrect tool for accomplish your goal, in other hand, the second option forces your API clients to do more job in order to consume your API service. You should do the hard work in the server side in order to supply an easy-to-consume API. The first option is not easy to debug, but when you do it, it probably never changes.

Using multipart/form-data you're sticked with the REST/http philosophy. You can view an answer to similar question here.

Another option if mixing the alternatives, you can use multipart/form-data but instead of send every value separate, you can send a value named payload with the json payload inside it. (I tried this approach using ASP.NET WebAPI 2 and works fine).

How can I read input from the console using the Scanner class in Java?

When the user enters his/her username, check for valid entry also.

java.util.Scanner input = new java.util.Scanner(System.in);
String userName;
final int validLength = 6; // This is the valid length of an user name

System.out.print("Please enter the username: ");
userName = input.nextLine();

while(userName.length() < validLength) {

    // If the user enters less than validLength characters
    // ask for entering again
    System.out.println(
        "\nUsername needs to be " + validLength + " character long");

    System.out.print("\nPlease enter the username again: ");
    userName = input.nextLine();
}

System.out.println("Username is: " + userName);

Sending POST data without form

have a look at the php documentation for theese functions you can send post reqeust using them.

fsockopen()
fputs()

or simply use a class like Zend_Http_Client which is also based on socket-conenctions.

also found a neat example using google...

Trigger function when date is selected with jQuery UI datepicker

If you are also interested in the case where the user closes the date selection dialog without selecting a date (in my case choosing no date also has meaning) you can bind to the onClose event:

$('#datePickerElement').datepicker({
         onClose: function (dateText, inst) {
            //you will get here once the user is done "choosing" - in the dateText you will have 
            //the new date or "" if no date has been selected             
      });

How to Use slideDown (or show) function on a table row?

I did use the ideas provided here and faced some problems. I fixed them all and have a smooth one-liner I'd like to share.

$('#row_to_slideup').find('> td').css({'height':'0px'}).wrapInner('<div style=\"display:block;\" />').parent().find('td > div').slideUp('slow', function() {$(this).parent().parent().remove();});

It uses css on the td element. It reduces the height to 0px. That way only the height of the content of the newly created div-wrapper inside of each td element matters.

The slideUp is on slow. If you make it even slower you might realize some glitch. A small jump at the beginning. This is because of the mentioned css setting. But without those settings the row would not decrease in height. Only its content would.

At the end the tr element gets removed.

The whole line only contains JQuery and no native Javascript.

Hope it helps.

Here is an example code:

    <html>
            <head>
                    <script src="https://code.jquery.com/jquery-3.2.0.min.js">               </script>
            </head>
            <body>
                    <table>
                            <thead>
                                    <tr>
                                            <th>header_column 1</th>
                                            <th>header column 2</th>
                                    </tr>
                            </thead>
                            <tbody>
                                    <tr id="row1"><td>row 1 left</td><td>row 1 right</td></tr>
                                    <tr id="row2"><td>row 2 left</td><td>row 2 right</td></tr>
                                    <tr id="row3"><td>row 3 left</td><td>row 3 right</td></tr>
                                    <tr id="row4"><td>row 4 left</td><td>row 4 right</td></tr>
                            </tbody>
                    </table>
                    <script>
    setTimeout(function() {
    $('#row2').find('> td').css({'height':'0px'}).wrapInner('<div style=\"display:block;\" />').parent().find('td > div').slideUp('slow',         function() {$(this).parent().parent().remove();});
    }, 2000);
                    </script>
            </body>
    </html>

Proper way to set response status and JSON content in a REST API made with nodejs and express

res.sendStatus(status) has been added as of version 4.9.0

you can use one of these res.sendStatus() || res.status() methods

below is difference in between res.sendStatus() || res.status()


res.sendStatus(200) // equivalent to res.status(200).send('OK')
res.sendStatus(403) // equivalent to res.status(403).send('Forbidden')
res.sendStatus(404) // equivalent to res.status(404).send('Not Found')
res.sendStatus(500) // equivalent to res.status(500).send('Internal Server Error')

I hope someone finds this helpful thanks

How to plot a 2D FFT in Matlab?

Here is an example from my HOW TO Matlab page:

close all; clear all;

img   = imread('lena.tif','tif');
imagesc(img)
img   = fftshift(img(:,:,2));
F     = fft2(img);

figure;

imagesc(100*log(1+abs(fftshift(F)))); colormap(gray); 
title('magnitude spectrum');

figure;
imagesc(angle(F));  colormap(gray);
title('phase spectrum');

This gives the magnitude spectrum and phase spectrum of the image. I used a color image, but you can easily adjust it to use gray image as well.

ps. I just noticed that on Matlab 2012a the above image is no longer included. So, just replace the first line above with say

img = imread('ngc6543a.jpg');

and it will work. I used an older version of Matlab to make the above example and just copied it here.

On the scaling factor

When we plot the 2D Fourier transform magnitude, we need to scale the pixel values using log transform to expand the range of the dark pixels into the bright region so we can better see the transform. We use a c value in the equation

s = c log(1+r) 

There is no known way to pre detrmine this scale that I know. Just need to try different values to get on you like. I used 100 in the above example.

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WHERE clause on SQL Server "Text" data type

You can't compare against text with the = operator, but instead must used one of the comparison functions listed here. Also note the large warning box at the top of the page, it's important.

Java serialization - java.io.InvalidClassException local class incompatible

The short answer here is the serial ID is computed via a hash if you don't specify it. (Static members are not inherited--they are static, there's only (1) and it belongs to the class).

http://docs.oracle.com/javase/6/docs/platform/serialization/spec/class.html

The getSerialVersionUID method returns the serialVersionUID of this class. Refer to Section 4.6, "Stream Unique Identifiers." If not specified by the class, the value returned is a hash computed from the class's name, interfaces, methods, and fields using the Secure Hash Algorithm (SHA) as defined by the National Institute of Standards.

If you alter a class or its hierarchy your hash will be different. This is a good thing. Your objects are different now that they have different members. As such, if you read it back in from its serialized form it is in fact a different object--thus the exception.

The long answer is the serialization is extremely useful, but probably shouldn't be used for persistence unless there's no other way to do it. Its a dangerous path specifically because of what you're experiencing. You should consider a database, XML, a file format and probably a JPA or other persistence structure for a pure Java project.

Asp.NET Web API - 405 - HTTP verb used to access this page is not allowed - how to set handler mappings

Change Your Web.Config file as below

 <system.webServer>
<validation validateIntegratedModeConfiguration="false"/>
<modules runAllManagedModulesForAllRequests="true">
<remove name="WebDAVModule" />
</modules>
<handlers>
<remove name="WebDAV"/>
<remove name="ExtensionlessUrlHandler-Integrated-4.0"/>
<remove name="OPTIONSVerbHandler"/>
<remove name="TRACEVerbHandler"/>
<add name="ExtensionlessUrlHandler-Integrated-4.0" path="*." verb="*" type="System.Web.Handlers.TransferRequestHandler" preCondition="integratedMode,runtimeVersionv4.0" />
</handlers>
</system.webServer>

Using group by and having clause

What type of sql database are using (MSSQL, Oracle etc)? I believe what you have written is correct.

You could also write the first query like this:

SELECT s.sid, s.name
FROM Supplier s
WHERE (SELECT COUNT(DISTINCT pr.jid)
       FROM Supplies su, Projects pr
       WHERE su.sid = s.sid 
           AND pr.jid = su.jid) >= 2

It's a little more readable, and less mind-bending than trying to do it with GROUP BY. Performance may differ though.

get all keys set in memcached

memdump

There is a memcdump (sometimes memdump) command for that (part of libmemcached-tools), e.g.:

memcdump --servers=localhost

which will return all the keys.


memcached-tool

In the recent version of memcached there is also memcached-tool command, e.g.

memcached-tool localhost:11211 dump | less

which dumps all keys and values.

See also:

I want my android application to be only run in portrait mode?

In Android Manifest File, put attribute for your <activity> that android:screenOrientation="portrait"

How do I raise the same Exception with a custom message in Python?

It seems all the answers are adding info to e.args[0], thereby altering the existing error message. Is there a downside to extending the args tuple instead? I think the possible upside is, you can leave the original error message alone for cases where parsing that string is needed; and you could add multiple elements to the tuple if your custom error handling produced several messages or error codes, for cases where the traceback would be parsed programmatically (like via a system monitoring tool).

## Approach #1, if the exception may not be derived from Exception and well-behaved:

def to_int(x):
    try:
        return int(x)
    except Exception as e:
        e.args = (e.args if e.args else tuple()) + ('Custom message',)
        raise

>>> to_int('12')
12

>>> to_int('12 monkeys')
Traceback (most recent call last):
  File "<stdin>", line 1, in <module>
  File "<stdin>", line 3, in to_int
ValueError: ("invalid literal for int() with base 10: '12 monkeys'", 'Custom message')

or

## Approach #2, if the exception is always derived from Exception and well-behaved:

def to_int(x):
    try:
        return int(x)
    except Exception as e:
        e.args += ('Custom message',)
        raise

>>> to_int('12')
12

>>> to_int('12 monkeys')
Traceback (most recent call last):
  File "<stdin>", line 1, in <module>
  File "<stdin>", line 3, in to_int
ValueError: ("invalid literal for int() with base 10: '12 monkeys'", 'Custom message')

Can you see a downside to this approach?

Is Android using NTP to sync time?

i wanted to ask if Android Devices uses the network time protocol (ntp) to synchronize the time.

For general time synchronization, devices with telephony capability, where the wireless provider provides NITZ information, will use NITZ. My understanding is that NTP is used in other circumstances: NITZ-free wireless providers, WiFi-only, etc.

Your cited blog post suggests another circumstance: on-demand time synchronization in support of GPS. That is certainly conceivable, though I do not know whether it is used or not.

adb connection over tcp not working now

Just a tiny update with built-in wireless debugging in Android 11:

  • Go to Developer options > Wireless debugging
  • Enable > allow
  • Pair device with pairing code, a new port and pairing code generated and shown
  • adb pair [IP_ADDRESS]:[PORT] and type pairing code.
  • done

How to output MySQL query results in CSV format?

MySQL Workbench can export recordsets to CSV, and it seems to handle commas in fields very well. The CSV opens up in OpenOffice fine.

What is the shortcut to Auto import all in Android Studio?

Android Studio --> Preferences --> Editors --> Auto Import

  • Checked Optimize imports on the fly option
  • Checked to Add unambiguous imports on the fly option
  • Click Apply and OK button.

babel-loader jsx SyntaxError: Unexpected token

For me the solution was to create the file .babelrc with this content:

{
  "presets": ["react", "es2015", "stage-1"]
}

How to iterate over the files of a certain directory, in Java?

Use java.io.File.listFiles
Or
If you want to filter the list prior to iteration (or any more complicated use case), use apache-commons FileUtils. FileUtils.listFiles

Symfony2 : How to get form validation errors after binding the request to the form

SYMFONY 3.1

I simply implemented a static method to handle the display of errors

static function serializeFormErrors(Form\Form $form)
{
    $errors = array();
    /**
     * @var  $key
     * @var Form\Form $child
     */
    foreach ($form->all() as $key => $child) {
        if (!$child->isValid()) {
            foreach ($child->getErrors() as $error) {
                $errors[$key] = $error->getMessage();
            }
        }
    }

    return $errors;
}

Hoping to help

How to show a dialog to confirm that the user wishes to exit an Android Activity?

I'd prefer to exit with double tap on the back button than with an exit Dialog.

In this solution, it show a toast when go back for the first time, warning that another back press will close the App. In this example less than 4 seconds.

private Toast toast;
private long lastBackPressTime = 0;

@Override
public void onBackPressed() {
  if (this.lastBackPressTime < System.currentTimeMillis() - 4000) {
    toast = Toast.makeText(this, "Press back again to close this app", 4000);
    toast.show();
    this.lastBackPressTime = System.currentTimeMillis();
  } else {
    if (toast != null) {
    toast.cancel();
  }
  super.onBackPressed();
 }
}

Token from: http://www.androiduipatterns.com/2011/03/back-button-behavior.html

Call Jquery function

Just add click event by jquery in $(document).ready() like :

$(document).ready(function(){

                  $('#YourControlID').click(function(){
                     if(Check your condtion)
                     {
                             $.messager.show({  
                                title:'My Title',  
                                msg:'The message content',  
                                showType:'fade',  
                                style:{  
                                    right:'',  
                                    bottom:''  
                                }  
                            });  
                     }
                 });
            });

Resizing image in Java

If you have an java.awt.Image, rezising it doesn't require any additional libraries. Just do:

Image newImage = yourImage.getScaledInstance(newWidth, newHeight, Image.SCALE_DEFAULT);

Ovbiously, replace newWidth and newHeight with the dimensions of the specified image.
Notice the last parameter: it tells to the runtime the algorithm you want to use for resizing.

There are algorithms that produce a very precise result, however these take a large time to complete.
You can use any of the following algorithms:

See the Javadoc for more info.