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Source Code Beautifier for C, C++, C#, ObjectiveC, D, Java, Pawn and VALA

Git blame -- prior commits?

Amber's answer is correct but I found it unclear; The syntax is:

git blame {commit_id} -- {path/to/file}

Note: the -- is used to separate the tree-ish sha1 from the relative file paths. 1

For example:

git blame master -- index.html

Full credit to Amber for knowing all the things! :)

Can curl make a connection to any TCP ports, not just HTTP/HTTPS?

Since you're using PHP, you will probably need to use the CURLOPT_PORT option, like so:

curl_setopt($ch, CURLOPT_PORT, 11740);

Bear in mind, you may face problems with SELinux:

Unable to make php curl request with port number

What is `git push origin master`? Help with git's refs, heads and remotes

Git has two types of branches: local and remote. To use git pull and git push as you'd like, you have to tell your local branch (my_test) which remote branch it's tracking. In typical Git fashion this can be done in both the config file and with commands.

Commands

Make sure you're on your master branch with

1)git checkout master

then create the new branch with

2)git branch --track my_test origin/my_test

and check it out with

3)git checkout my_test.

You can then push and pull without specifying which local and remote.

However if you've already created the branch then you can use the -u switch to tell git's push and pull you'd like to use the specified local and remote branches from now on, like so:

git pull -u my_test origin/my_test
git push -u my_test origin/my_test

Config

The commands to setup remote branch tracking are fairly straight forward but I'm listing the config way as well as I find it easier if I'm setting up a bunch of tracking branches. Using your favourite editor open up your project's .git/config and add the following to the bottom.

[remote "origin"]
    url = [email protected]:username/repo.git
    fetch = +refs/heads/*:refs/remotes/origin/*
[branch "my_test"]
    remote = origin
    merge = refs/heads/my_test

This specifies a remote called origin, in this case a GitHub style one, and then tells the branch my_test to use it as it's remote.

You can find something very similar to this in the config after running the commands above.

Some useful resources:

Align the form to the center in Bootstrap 4

All above answers perfectly gives the solution to center the form using Bootstrap 4. However, if someone wants to use out of the box Bootstrap 4 css classes without help of any additional styles and also not wanting to use flex, we can do like this.

A sample form

enter image description here

HTML

<div class="container-fluid h-100 bg-light text-dark">
  <div class="row justify-content-center align-items-center">
    <h1>Form</h1>    
  </div>
  <hr/>
  <div class="row justify-content-center align-items-center h-100">
    <div class="col col-sm-6 col-md-6 col-lg-4 col-xl-3">
      <form action="">
        <div class="form-group">
          <select class="form-control">
                    <option>Option 1</option>
                    <option>Option 2</option>
                  </select>
        </div>
        <div class="form-group">
          <input type="text" class="form-control" />
        </div>
        <div class="form-group text-center">
          <div class="form-check-inline">
            <label class="form-check-label">
    <input type="radio" class="form-check-input" name="optradio">Option 1
  </label>
          </div>
          <div class="form-check-inline">
            <label class="form-check-label">
    <input type="radio" class="form-check-input" name="optradio">Option 2
  </label>
          </div>
          <div class="form-check-inline">
            <label class="form-check-label">
    <input type="radio" class="form-check-input" name="optradio" disabled>Option 3
  </label>
          </div>
        </div>
        <div class="form-group">
          <div class="container">
            <div class="row">
              <div class="col"><button class="col-6 btn btn-secondary btn-sm float-left">Reset</button></div>
              <div class="col"><button class="col-6 btn btn-primary btn-sm float-right">Submit</button></div>
            </div>
          </div>
        </div>

      </form>
    </div>
  </div>
</div>

Link to CodePen

https://codepen.io/anjanasilva/pen/WgLaGZ

I hope this helps someone. Thank you.

How to export private key from a keystore of self-signed certificate

http://anandsekar.github.io/exporting-the-private-key-from-a-jks-keystore/

public class ExportPrivateKey {
        private File keystoreFile;
        private String keyStoreType;
        private char[] password;
        private String alias;
        private File exportedFile;

        public static KeyPair getPrivateKey(KeyStore keystore, String alias, char[] password) {
                try {
                        Key key=keystore.getKey(alias,password);
                        if(key instanceof PrivateKey) {
                                Certificate cert=keystore.getCertificate(alias);
                                PublicKey publicKey=cert.getPublicKey();
                                return new KeyPair(publicKey,(PrivateKey)key);
                        }
                } catch (UnrecoverableKeyException e) {
        } catch (NoSuchAlgorithmException e) {
        } catch (KeyStoreException e) {
        }
        return null;
        }

        public void export() throws Exception{
                KeyStore keystore=KeyStore.getInstance(keyStoreType);
                BASE64Encoder encoder=new BASE64Encoder();
                keystore.load(new FileInputStream(keystoreFile),password);
                KeyPair keyPair=getPrivateKey(keystore,alias,password);
                PrivateKey privateKey=keyPair.getPrivate();
                String encoded=encoder.encode(privateKey.getEncoded());
                FileWriter fw=new FileWriter(exportedFile);
                fw.write(“—–BEGIN PRIVATE KEY—–\n“);
                fw.write(encoded);
                fw.write(“\n“);
                fw.write(“—–END PRIVATE KEY—–”);
                fw.close();
        }


        public static void main(String args[]) throws Exception{
                ExportPrivateKey export=new ExportPrivateKey();
                export.keystoreFile=new File(args[0]);
                export.keyStoreType=args[1];
                export.password=args[2].toCharArray();
                export.alias=args[3];
                export.exportedFile=new File(args[4]);
                export.export();
        }
}

How to include clean target in Makefile?

The best thing is probably to create a variable that holds your binaries:

binaries=code1 code2

Then use that in the all-target, to avoid repeating:

all: clean $(binaries)

Now, you can use this with the clean-target, too, and just add some globs to catch object files and stuff:

.PHONY: clean

clean:
    rm -f $(binaries) *.o

Note use of the .PHONY to make clean a pseudo-target. This is a GNU make feature, so if you need to be portable to other make implementations, don't use it.

ASP.Net MVC - Read File from HttpPostedFileBase without save

An alternative is to use StreamReader.

public void FunctionName(HttpPostedFileBase file)
{
    string result = new StreamReader(file.InputStream).ReadToEnd();
}

Python and JSON - TypeError list indices must be integers not str

You can simplify your code down to

url = "http://worldcup.kimonolabs.com/api/players?apikey=xxx"
json_obj = urllib2.urlopen(url).read
player_json_list = json.loads(json_obj)
for player in readable_json_list:
    print player['firstName']

You were trying to access a list element using dictionary syntax. the equivalent of

foo = [1, 2, 3, 4]
foo["1"]

It can be confusing when you have lists of dictionaries and keeping the nesting in order.

getting a checkbox array value from POST

Your $_POST array contains the invite array, so reading it out as

<?php
if(isset($_POST['invite'])){
  $invite = $_POST['invite'];
  echo $invite;
}
?>

won't work since it's an array. You have to loop through the array to get all of the values.

<?php
if(isset($_POST['invite'])){
  if (is_array($_POST['invite'])) {
    foreach($_POST['invite'] as $value){
      echo $value;
    }
  } else {
    $value = $_POST['invite'];
    echo $value;
  }
}
?>

How to create a simple proxy in C#?

I have recently written a light weight proxy in c# .net using TcpListener and TcpClient.

https://github.com/titanium007/Titanium-Web-Proxy

It supports secure HTTP the correct way, client machine needs to trust root certificate used by the proxy. Also supports WebSockets relay. All features of HTTP 1.1 are supported except pipelining. Pipelining is not used by most modern browsers anyway. Also supports windows authentication (plain, digest).

You can hook up your application by referencing the project and then see and modify all traffic. (Request and response).

As far as performance, I have tested it on my machine and works without any noticeable delay.

CMake complains "The CXX compiler identification is unknown"

I just had this problem setting up my new laptop. The issue for me was that my toolchain (CodeSourcery) is 32bit and I had not installed the 32bit libs.

sudo apt-get install ia32-libs

How to select Multiple images from UIImagePickerController

You can't use UIImagePickerController, but you can use a custom image picker. I think ELCImagePickerController is the best option, but here are some other libraries you could use:

Objective-C
1. ELCImagePickerController
2. WSAssetPickerController
3. QBImagePickerController
4. ZCImagePickerController
5. CTAssetsPickerController
6. AGImagePickerController
7. UzysAssetsPickerController
8. MWPhotoBrowser
9. TSAssetsPickerController
10. CustomImagePicker
11. InstagramPhotoPicker
12. GMImagePicker
13. DLFPhotosPicker
14. CombinationPickerController
15. AssetPicker
16. BSImagePicker
17. SNImagePicker
18. DoImagePickerController
19. grabKit
20. IQMediaPickerController
21. HySideScrollingImagePicker
22. MultiImageSelector
23. TTImagePicker
24. SelectImages
25. ImageSelectAndSave
26. imagepicker-multi-select
27. MultiSelectImagePickerController
28. YangMingShan(Yahoo like image selector)
29. DBAttachmentPickerController
30. BRImagePicker
31. GLAssetGridViewController
32. CreolePhotoSelection

Swift
1. LimPicker (Similar to WhatsApp's image picker)
2. RMImagePicker
3. DKImagePickerController
4. BSImagePicker
5. Fusuma(Instagram like image selector)
6. YangMingShan(Yahoo like image selector)
7. NohanaImagePicker
8. ImagePicker
9. OpalImagePicker
10. TLPhotoPicker
11. AssetsPickerViewController
12. Alerts-and-pickers/Telegram Picker

Thanx to @androidbloke,
I have added some library that I know for multiple image picker in swift.
Will update list as I find new ones.
Thank You.

React-router urls don't work when refreshing or writing manually

Looking at the comments on the accepted answer and the generic nature of this question ('don't work'), I thought this might be a good place for some general explanations about the issues involved here. So this answer is intended as background info / elaboration on the specific use case of the OP. Please bear with me.

Server-side vs Client-side

The first big thing to understand about this is that there are now 2 places where the URL is interpreted, whereas there used to be only 1 in 'the old days'. In the past, when life was simple, some user sent a request for http://example.com/about to the server, which inspected the path part of the URL, determined the user was requesting the about page, and then sent back that page.

With client-side routing, which is what React-Router provides, things are less simple. At first, the client does not have any JS code loaded yet. So the very first request will always be to the server. That will then return a page that contains the needed script tags to load React and React Router etc. Only when those scripts have loaded does phase 2 start. In phase 2, when the user clicks on the 'About us' navigation link, for example, the URL is changed locally only to http://example.com/about (made possible by the History API), but no request to the server is made. Instead, React Router does its thing on the client-side, determines which React view to render, and renders it. Assuming your about page does not need to make any REST calls, it's done already. You have transitioned from Home to About Us without any server request having fired.

So basically when you click a link, some Javascript runs that manipulates the URL in the address bar, without causing a page refresh, which in turn causes React Router to perform a page transition on the client-side.

But now consider what happens if you copy-paste the URL in the address bar and e-mail it to a friend. Your friend has not loaded your website yet. In other words, she is still in phase 1. No React Router is running on her machine yet. So her browser will make a server request to http://example.com/about.

And this is where your trouble starts. Until now, you could get away with just placing a static HTML at the webroot of your server. But that would give 404 errors for all other URLs when requested from the server. Those same URLs work fine on the client-side, because there React Router is doing the routing for you, but they fail on the server-side unless you make your server understand them.

Combining server- and client-side routing

If you want the http://example.com/about URL to work on both the server- and the client-side, you need to set up routes for it on both the server- and the client-side. Makes sense right?

And this is where your choices begin. Solutions range from bypassing the problem altogether, via a catch-all route that returns the bootstrap HTML, to the full-on isomorphic approach where both the server and the client run the same JS code.

.

Bypassing the problem altogether: Hash History

With Hash History instead of Browser History, your URL for the about page would look something like this: http://example.com/#/about The part after the hash (#) symbol is not sent to the server. So the server only sees http://example.com/ and sends the index page as expected. React-Router will pick up the #/about part and show the correct page.

Downsides:

  • 'ugly' URLs
  • Server-side rendering is not possible with this approach. As far as Search Engine Optimization (SEO) is concerned, your website consists of a single page with hardly any content on it.

.

Catch-all

With this approach, you do use Browser History but just set up a catch-all on the server that sends /* to index.html, effectively giving you much the same situation as with Hash History. You do have clean URLs however and you could improve upon this scheme later without having to invalidate all your user's favorites.

Downsides:

  • More complex to set up
  • Still no good SEO

.

Hybrid

In the hybrid approach, you expand upon the catch-all scenario by adding specific scripts for specific routes. You could make some simple PHP scripts to return the most important pages of your site with content included, so Googlebot can at least see what's on your page.

Downsides:

  • Even more complex to set up
  • Only good SEO for those routes you give the special treatment
  • Duplicating code for rendering content on server and client

.

Isomorphic

What if we use Node JS as our server so we can run the same JS code on both ends? Now, we have all our routes defined in a single react-router config and we don't need to duplicate our rendering code. This is 'the holy grail' so to speak. The server sends the exact same markup as we would end up with if the page transition had happened on the client. This solution is optimal in terms of SEO.

Downsides:

  • Server must (be able to) run JS. I've experimented with Java i.c.w. Nashorn but it's not working for me. In practice, it mostly means you must use a Node JS based server.
  • Many tricky environmental issues (using window on server-side etc)
  • Steep learning curve

.

Which should I use?

Choose the one that you can get away with. Personally, I think the catch-all is simple enough to set up, so that would be my minimum. This setup allows you to improve on things over time. If you are already using Node JS as your server platform, I'd definitely investigate doing an isomorphic app. Yes, it's tough at first, but once you get the hang of it it's actually a very elegant solution to the problem.

So basically, for me, that would be the deciding factor. If my server runs on Node JS, I'd go isomorphic; otherwise, I would go for the Catch-all solution and just expand on it (Hybrid solution) as time progresses and SEO requirements demand it.

If you'd like to learn more about isomorphic (also called 'universal') rendering with React, there are some good tutorials on the subject:

Also, to get you started, I recommend looking at some starter kits. Pick one that matches your choices for the technology stack (remember, React is just the V in MVC, you need more stuff to build a full app). Start with looking at the one published by Facebook itself:

Or pick one of the many by the community. There is a nice site now that tries to index all of them:

I started with these:

Currently, I am using a home-brew version of universal rendering that was inspired by the two starter kits above, but they are out of date now.

Good luck with your quest!

How do I line up 3 divs on the same row?

Put the divisions in 'td' tag. That's it done.

AngularJS passing data to $http.get request

For sending get request with parameter i use

  $http.get('urlPartOne\\'+parameter+'\\urlPartTwo')

By this you can use your own url string

How to copy text programmatically in my Android app?

To enable the standard copy/paste for TextView, U can choose one of the following:

Change in layout file: add below property to your TextView

android:textIsSelectable="true"

In your Java class write this line two set the grammatically.

myTextView.setTextIsSelectable(true);

And long press on the TextView you can see copy/paste action bar.

Count the number of commits on a Git branch

As the OP references Number of commits on branch in git I want to add that the given answers there also work with any other branch, at least since git version 2.17.1 (and seemingly more reliably than the answer by Peter van der Does):

working correctly:

git checkout current-development-branch
git rev-list --no-merges --count master..
62
git checkout -b testbranch_2
git rev-list --no-merges --count current-development-branch..
0

The last command gives zero commits as expected since I just created the branch. The command before gives me the real number of commits on my development-branch minus the merge-commit(s)

not working correctly:

git checkout current-development-branch
git rev-list --no-merges --count HEAD
361
git checkout -b testbranch_1
git rev-list --no-merges --count HEAD
361

In both cases I get the number of all commits in the development branch and master from which the branches (indirectly) descend.

What is the Python equivalent for a case/switch statement?

The direct replacement is if/elif/else.

However, in many cases there are better ways to do it in Python. See "Replacements for switch statement in Python?".

Multi-line string with extra space (preserved indentation)

echo adds spaces between the arguments passed to it. $text is subject to variable expansion and word splitting, so your echo command is equivalent to:

echo -e "this" "is" "line" "one\n" "this" "is" "line" "two\n"  ...

You can see that a space will be added before "this". You can either remove the newline characters, and quote $text to preserve the newlines:

text="this is line one
this is line two
this is line three"

echo "$text" > filename

Or you could use printf, which is more robust and portable than echo:

printf "%s\n" "this is line one" "this is line two" "this is line three" > filename

In bash, which supports brace expansion, you could even do:

printf "%s\n" "this is line "{one,two,three} > filename

How to use requirements.txt to install all dependencies in a python project

(Taken from my comment)

pip won't handle system level dependencies. You'll have to apt-get install libfreetype6-dev before continuing. (It even says so right in your output. Try skimming over it for such errors next time, usually build outputs are very detailed)

What is the size of a boolean variable in Java?

It depends on the virtual machine, but it's easy to adapt the code from a similar question asking about bytes in Java:

class LotsOfBooleans
{
    boolean a0, a1, a2, a3, a4, a5, a6, a7, a8, a9, aa, ab, ac, ad, ae, af;
    boolean b0, b1, b2, b3, b4, b5, b6, b7, b8, b9, ba, bb, bc, bd, be, bf;
    boolean c0, c1, c2, c3, c4, c5, c6, c7, c8, c9, ca, cb, cc, cd, ce, cf;
    boolean d0, d1, d2, d3, d4, d5, d6, d7, d8, d9, da, db, dc, dd, de, df;
    boolean e0, e1, e2, e3, e4, e5, e6, e7, e8, e9, ea, eb, ec, ed, ee, ef;
}

class LotsOfInts
{
    int a0, a1, a2, a3, a4, a5, a6, a7, a8, a9, aa, ab, ac, ad, ae, af;
    int b0, b1, b2, b3, b4, b5, b6, b7, b8, b9, ba, bb, bc, bd, be, bf;
    int c0, c1, c2, c3, c4, c5, c6, c7, c8, c9, ca, cb, cc, cd, ce, cf;
    int d0, d1, d2, d3, d4, d5, d6, d7, d8, d9, da, db, dc, dd, de, df;
    int e0, e1, e2, e3, e4, e5, e6, e7, e8, e9, ea, eb, ec, ed, ee, ef;
}


public class Test
{
    private static final int SIZE = 1000000;

    public static void main(String[] args) throws Exception
    {        
        LotsOfBooleans[] first = new LotsOfBooleans[SIZE];
        LotsOfInts[] second = new LotsOfInts[SIZE];

        System.gc();
        long startMem = getMemory();

        for (int i=0; i < SIZE; i++)
        {
            first[i] = new LotsOfBooleans();
        }

        System.gc();
        long endMem = getMemory();

        System.out.println ("Size for LotsOfBooleans: " + (endMem-startMem));
        System.out.println ("Average size: " + ((endMem-startMem) / ((double)SIZE)));

        System.gc();
        startMem = getMemory();
        for (int i=0; i < SIZE; i++)
        {
            second[i] = new LotsOfInts();
        }
        System.gc();
        endMem = getMemory();

        System.out.println ("Size for LotsOfInts: " + (endMem-startMem));
        System.out.println ("Average size: " + ((endMem-startMem) / ((double)SIZE)));

        // Make sure nothing gets collected
        long total = 0;
        for (int i=0; i < SIZE; i++)
        {
            total += (first[i].a0 ? 1 : 0) + second[i].a0;
        }
        System.out.println(total);
    }

    private static long getMemory()
    {
        Runtime runtime = Runtime.getRuntime();
        return runtime.totalMemory() - runtime.freeMemory();
    }
}

To reiterate, this is VM-dependent, but on my Windows laptop running Sun's JDK build 1.6.0_11 I got the following results:

Size for LotsOfBooleans: 87978576
Average size: 87.978576
Size for LotsOfInts: 328000000
Average size: 328.0

That suggests that booleans can basically be packed into a byte each by Sun's JVM.

psql: server closed the connection unexepectedly

In my case I was making an connection through pgAdmin with ssh tunneling and set to host field ip address but it was necessary to set localhost

clearInterval() not working

There are errors in your functions, but the first thing you should do, is to set the body tag correctly:

<body>
<p><span id="go" class="georgia">go</span> Italian</p>
<p>
    <button id="on" type="button" value="turn on">turn on</button>
    <button id="off" type="button" value="turn off">turn off</button>
</p>
</body>

<script>....</script>

The problem sometimes may be, that you call 'var text' and the other vars only once, when the script starts. If you make changements to the DOM, this static solution may be harmful.

So you could try this (this is more flexible approach and using function parameters, so you can call the functions on any element):

<body>
<p><span id="go" class="georgia">go</span> Italian</p>
<p>
    <button type="button" value="turn on"
         onclick=turnOn("go")>turn on</button>
    <button type="button" value="turn off"
         onclick=turnOff()>turn off</button>
</p>
</body>

<script type="text/JavaScript">
var interval;

var turnOn = function(elementId){
    interval = setInterval(function(){fontChange(elementId);}, 500);
};

var turnOff = function(){
    clearInterval(interval);
};

var fontChange = function(elementId) {
    var text = document.getElementById(elementId);
    switch(text.className) {
        case "georgia":
            text.className = "arial";
            break;
        case "arial":
            text.className = "courierNew";
            break;
        case "courierNew":
            text.className = "georgia";
            break;      
    }
};
</script>

You don't need this anymore, so delete it:

var text = document.getElementById("go");
var on = document.getElementById("on");
var off = document.getElementById("off");

This is dynamic code, meaning JS code which runs generic and doesn't adress elements directly. I like this approach more than defining an own function for every div element. ;)

UICollectionView Self Sizing Cells with Auto Layout

Updated for Swift 5

preferredLayoutAttributesFittingAttributes renamed to preferredLayoutAttributesFitting and use auto sizing


Updated for Swift 4

systemLayoutSizeFittingSize renamed to systemLayoutSizeFitting


Updated for iOS 9

After seeing my GitHub solution break under iOS 9 I finally got the time to investigate the issue fully. I have now updated the repo to include several examples of different configurations for self sizing cells. My conclusion is that self sizing cells are great in theory but messy in practice. A word of caution when proceeding with self sizing cells.

TL;DR

Check out my GitHub project


Self sizing cells are only supported with flow layout so make sure thats what you are using.

There are two things you need to setup for self sizing cells to work.

1. Set estimatedItemSize on UICollectionViewFlowLayout

Flow layout will become dynamic in nature once you set the estimatedItemSize property.

self.flowLayout.estimatedItemSize = UICollectionViewFlowLayout.automaticSize

2. Add support for sizing on your cell subclass

This comes in 2 flavours; Auto-Layout or custom override of preferredLayoutAttributesFittingAttributes.

Create and configure cells with Auto Layout

I won't go to in to detail about this as there's a brilliant SO post about configuring constraints for a cell. Just be wary that Xcode 6 broke a bunch of stuff with iOS 7 so, if you support iOS 7, you will need to do stuff like ensure the autoresizingMask is set on the cell's contentView and that the contentView's bounds is set as the cell's bounds when the cell is loaded (i.e. awakeFromNib).

Things you do need to be aware of is that your cell needs to be more seriously constrained than a Table View Cell. For instance, if you want your width to be dynamic then your cell needs a height constraint. Likewise, if you want the height to be dynamic then you will need a width constraint to your cell.

Implement preferredLayoutAttributesFittingAttributes in your custom cell

When this function is called your view has already been configured with content (i.e. cellForItem has been called). Assuming your constraints have been appropriately set you could have an implementation like this:

//forces the system to do one layout pass
var isHeightCalculated: Bool = false

override func preferredLayoutAttributesFitting(_ layoutAttributes: UICollectionViewLayoutAttributes) -> UICollectionViewLayoutAttributes {
    //Exhibit A - We need to cache our calculation to prevent a crash.
    if !isHeightCalculated {
        setNeedsLayout()
        layoutIfNeeded()
        let size = contentView.systemLayoutSizeFitting(layoutAttributes.size)
        var newFrame = layoutAttributes.frame
        newFrame.size.width = CGFloat(ceilf(Float(size.width)))
        layoutAttributes.frame = newFrame
        isHeightCalculated = true
    }
    return layoutAttributes
}

NOTE On iOS 9 the behaviour changed a bit that could cause crashes on your implementation if you are not careful (See more here). When you implement preferredLayoutAttributesFittingAttributes you need to ensure that you only change the frame of your layout attributes once. If you don't do this the layout will call your implementation indefinitely and eventually crash. One solution is to cache the calculated size in your cell and invalidate this anytime you reuse the cell or change its content as I have done with the isHeightCalculated property.

Experience your layout

At this point you should have 'functioning' dynamic cells in your collectionView. I haven't yet found the out-of-the box solution sufficient during my tests so feel free to comment if you have. It still feels like UITableView wins the battle for dynamic sizing IMHO.

Caveats

Be very mindful that if you are using prototype cells to calculate the estimatedItemSize - this will break if your XIB uses size classes. The reason for this is that when you load your cell from a XIB its size class will be configured with Undefined. This will only be broken on iOS 8 and up since on iOS 7 the size class will be loaded based on the device (iPad = Regular-Any, iPhone = Compact-Any). You can either set the estimatedItemSize without loading the XIB, or you can load the cell from the XIB, add it to the collectionView (this will set the traitCollection), perform the layout, and then remove it from the superview. Alternatively you could also make your cell override the traitCollection getter and return the appropriate traits. It's up to you.

Let me know if I missed anything, hope I helped and good luck coding


How to change the color of an image on hover

If I understand correctly then it would be easier if you gave your image a transparent background and set the background container's background-color property without having to use filters and so on.

http://www.ajaxblender.com/howto-convert-image-to-grayscale-using-javascript.html

Shows you how to use filters in IE. Maybe if you leverage something from that. Not very cross-browser compatible though. Another option might be to have two images and use them as background-images (rather than img tags), swap one out after another using the :hover pseudo selector.

Fill Combobox from database

void Fillcombobox()
{

    con.Open();
    cmd = new SqlCommand("select ID From Employees",con);
    Sdr = cmd.ExecuteReader();
    while (Sdr.Read())
    {
        for (int i = 0; i < Sdr.FieldCount; i++)
        {
           comboID.Items.Add( Sdr.GetString(i));

        }
    }
    Sdr.Close();
    con.Close();

}

How to use ScrollView in Android?

How to use ScrollView

Using ScrollView is not very difficult. You can just add one to your layout and put whatever you want to scroll inside. ScrollView only takes one child so if you want to put a few things inside then you should make the first thing be something like a LinearLayout.

<ScrollView
    android:layout_width="match_parent"
    android:layout_height="match_parent">

    <LinearLayout
        android:layout_width="match_parent"
        android:layout_height="wrap_content"
        android:orientation="vertical">

        <!-- things to scroll -->

    </LinearLayout>
</ScrollView>

If you want to scroll things horizontally, then use a HorizontalScrollView.

Making the content fill the screen

As is talked about in this post, sometimes you want the ScrollView content to fill the screen. For example, if you had some buttons at the end of a readme. You want the buttons to always be at the end of the text and at bottom of the screen, even if the text doesn't scroll.

If the content scrolls, everything is fine. However, if the content is smaller than the size of the screen, the buttons are not at the bottom.

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This can be solved with a combination of using fillViewPort on the ScrollView and using a layout weight on the content. Using fillViewPort makes the ScrollView fill the parent area. Setting the layout_weight on one of the views in the LinearLayout makes that view expand to fill any extra space.

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Here is the XML

<?xml version="1.0" encoding="utf-8"?>
<ScrollView
    xmlns:android="http://schemas.android.com/apk/res/android"
    android:layout_width="match_parent"
    android:layout_height="match_parent"
    android:fillViewport="true">                        <--- fillViewport

    <LinearLayout
        android:layout_width="match_parent"
        android:layout_height="wrap_content"
        android:orientation="vertical">

        <TextView
            android:id="@+id/textview"
            android:layout_height="0dp"                <--- 
            android:layout_weight="1"                  <--- set layout_weight
            android:layout_width="match_parent"
            android:padding="6dp"
            android:text="hello"/>

        <LinearLayout
            android:layout_height="wrap_content"       <--- wrap_content
            android:layout_width="match_parent"
            android:background="@android:drawable/bottom_bar"
            android:gravity="center_vertical">

            <Button
                android:layout_width="0dp"
                android:layout_weight="1"
                android:layout_height="wrap_content"
                android:text="Accept" />

            <Button
                android:layout_width="0dp"
                android:layout_weight="1"
                android:layout_height="wrap_content"
                android:text="Refuse" />

        </LinearLayout>
    </LinearLayout>
</ScrollView>

The idea for this answer came from a previous answer that is now deleted (link for 10K users). The content of this answer is an update and adaptation of this post.

Best way to check if a URL is valid

function is_url($uri){
    if(preg_match( '/^(http|https):\\/\\/[a-z0-9_]+([\\-\\.]{1}[a-z_0-9]+)*\\.[_a-z]{2,5}'.'((:[0-9]{1,5})?\\/.*)?$/i' ,$uri)){
      return $uri;
    }
    else{
        return false;
    }
}

Get user's current location

The old freegeoip API is now deprecated and will be discontinued on July 1st, 2018.

The new API is from https://ipstack.com. You have to create the account in ipstack.Then you can use the access key in the API url.

$url = "http://api.ipstack.com/122.167.180.20?access_key=ACCESS_KEY&format=1";
$ch = curl_init();
curl_setopt($ch, CURLOPT_URL, $url);
curl_setopt($ch, CURLOPT_RETURNTRANSFER, 1);
curl_setopt($ch, CURLOPT_PROXYPORT, 3128);
curl_setopt($ch, CURLOPT_SSL_VERIFYHOST, 0);
curl_setopt($ch, CURLOPT_SSL_VERIFYPEER, 0);
$response = curl_exec($ch);
curl_close($ch);
$response = json_decode($response);
$city  = $response->city; //You can get all the details like longitude,latitude from the $response .

For more information check here :/ https://github.com/apilayer/freegeoip

Difference between CLOCK_REALTIME and CLOCK_MONOTONIC?

There's one big difference between CLOCK_REALTIME and MONOTONIC. CLOCK_REALTIME can jump forward or backward according to NTP. By default, NTP allows the clock rate to be speeded up or slowed down by up to 0.05%, but NTP cannot cause the monotonic clock to jump forward or backward.

How does RewriteBase work in .htaccess

I believe this excerpt from the Apache documentation, complements well the previous answers :

This directive is required when you use a relative path in a substitution in per-directory (htaccess) context unless either of the following conditions are true:

  • The original request, and the substitution, are underneath the DocumentRoot (as opposed to reachable by other means, such as Alias).

  • The filesystem path to the directory containing the RewriteRule, suffixed by the relative substitution is also valid as a URL path on the server (this is rare).

As previously mentioned, in other contexts, it is only useful to make your rule shorter. Moreover, also as previously mentioned, you can achieve the same thing by placing the htaccess file in the subdirectory.

Error: Microsoft Visual C++ 10.0 is required (Unable to find vcvarsall.bat) when running Python script

Python 3.3 and later now uses the 2010 compiler. To best way to solve the issue is to just install Visual C++ Express 2010 for free.

Now comes the harder part for 64 bit users and to be honest I just moved to 32 bit but 2010 express doesn't come with a 64 bit compiler (you get a new error, ValueError: ['path'] ) so you have to install Microsoft SDK 7.1 and follow the directions here to get the 64 bit compiler working with python: Python PIP has issues with path for MS Visual Studio 2010 Express for 64-bit install on Windows 7

It may just be easier for you to use the 32 bit version for now. In addition to getting the compiler working, you can bypass the need to compile many modules by getting the binary wheel file from this locaiton http://www.lfd.uci.edu/~gohlke/pythonlibs/

Just download the .whl file you need, shift + right click the download folder and select "open command window here" and run

pip install module-name.whl 

I used that method on 64 bit 3.4.3 before I broke down and decided to just get a working compiler for pip compiles modules from source by default, which is why the binary wheel files work and having pip build from source doesn't.

People getting this (vcvarsall.bat) error on Python 2.7 can instead install "Microsoft Visual C++ Compiler for Python 2.7"

How do I switch between command and insert mode in Vim?

For me, the problem was that I was in recording mode. To exit from recording mode press q. Then Esc worked as expected for me.

How to reset AUTO_INCREMENT in MySQL?

I googled and found this question, but the answer I am really looking for fulfils two criteria:

  1. using purely MySQL queries
  2. reset an existing table auto-increment to max(id) + 1

Since I couldn't find exactly what I want here, I have cobbled the answer from various answers and sharing it here.

Few things to note:

  1. the table in question is InnoDB
  2. the table uses the field id with type as int as primary key
  3. the only way to do this purely in MySQL is to use stored procedure
  4. my images below are using SequelPro as the GUI. You should be able to adapt it based on your preferred MySQL editor
  5. I have tested this on MySQL Ver 14.14 Distrib 5.5.61, for debian-linux-gnu

Step 1: Create Stored Procedure

create a stored procedure like this:

DELIMITER //
CREATE PROCEDURE reset_autoincrement(IN tablename varchar(200))
BEGIN

      SET @get_next_inc = CONCAT('SELECT @next_inc := max(id) + 1 FROM ',tablename,';');
      PREPARE stmt FROM @get_next_inc; 
      EXECUTE stmt; 
      SELECT @next_inc AS result;
      DEALLOCATE PREPARE stmt; 

      set @alter_statement = concat('ALTER TABLE ', tablename, ' AUTO_INCREMENT = ', @next_inc, ';');
      PREPARE stmt FROM @alter_statement;
      EXECUTE stmt;
      DEALLOCATE PREPARE stmt;
END //
DELIMITER ;

Then run it.

Before run, it looks like this when you look under Stored Procedures in your database.

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When I run, I simply select the stored procedure and press Run Selection

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Note: the delimiters part are crucial. Hence if you copy and paste from the top selected answers in this question, they tend not to work for this reason.

After I run, I should see the stored procedure

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If you need to change the stored procedure, you need to delete the stored procedure, then select to run again.

Step 2: Call the stored procedure

This time you can simply use normal MySQL queries.

call reset_autoincrement('products');

Originally from my own SQL queries notes in https://simkimsia.com/library/sql-queries/#mysql-reset-autoinc and adapted for StackOverflow

How to style CSS role

Accessing it like this should work: #content[role="main"]

Getting String value from enum in Java

You can use values() method:

For instance Status.values()[0] will return PAUSE in your case, if you print it, toString() will be called and "PAUSE" will be printed.

Chrome / Safari not filling 100% height of flex parent

I had a similar bug, but while using a fixed number for height and not a percentage. It was also a flex container within the body (which has no specified height). It appeared that on Safari, my flex container had a height of 9px for some reason, but in all other browsers it displayed the correct 100px height specified in the stylesheet.

I managed to get it to work by adding both the height and min-height properties to the CSS class.

The following worked for me on both Safari 13.0.4 and Chrome 79.0.3945.130:

.flex-container {
  display: flex;
  flex-direction: column;
  min-height: 100px;
  height: 100px;
}

Hope this helps!

How to export a MySQL database to JSON?

It may be asking too much of MySQL to expect it to produce well formed json directly from a query. Instead, consider producing something more convenient, like CSV (using the INTO OUTFILE '/path/to/output.csv' FIELDS TERMINATED BY ',' snippet you already know) and then transforming the results into json in a language with built in support for it, like python or php.

Edit python example, using the fine SQLAlchemy:

class Student(object):
    '''The model, a plain, ol python class'''
    def __init__(self, name, email, enrolled):
        self.name = name
        self.email = email
        self.enrolled = enrolled

    def __repr__(self):
        return "<Student(%r, %r)>" % (self.name, self.email)

    def make_dict(self):
        return {'name': self.name, 'email': self.email}



import sqlalchemy
metadata = sqlalchemy.MetaData()
students_table = sqlalchemy.Table('students', metadata,
        sqlalchemy.Column('id', sqlalchemy.Integer, primary_key=True),
        sqlalchemy.Column('name', sqlalchemy.String(100)),
        sqlalchemy.Column('email', sqlalchemy.String(100)),
        sqlalchemy.Column('enrolled', sqlalchemy.Date)
    )

# connect the database.  substitute the needed values.
engine = sqlalchemy.create_engine('mysql://user:pass@host/database')

# if needed, create the table:
metadata.create_all(engine)

# map the model to the table
import sqlalchemy.orm
sqlalchemy.orm.mapper(Student, students_table)

# now you can issue queries against the database using the mapping:
non_students = engine.query(Student).filter_by(enrolled=None)

# and lets make some json out of it:
import json
non_students_dicts = ( student.make_dict() for student in non_students)
students_json = json.dumps(non_students_dicts)

Why do I get "MismatchSenderId" from GCM server side?

This happens when the Server key and Sender ID parameters HTTP request do not match each other. Basically both server ID and Server key must belong to the same firebase project. Please refer to the below image. In case of mixing these parameters from deferent Firebase projects will cause error MismatchSenderId enter image description here

Concatenate columns in Apache Spark DataFrame

In my case, I wanted a Tab delimited row.

from pyspark.sql import functions as F
df.select(F.concat_ws('|','_c1','_c2','_c3','_c4')).show()

This worked well like a hot knife over butter.

How to execute a Windows command on a remote PC?

psexec \\RemoteComputer cmd.exe

or use ssh or TeamViewer or RemoteDesktop!

How to make a pure css based dropdown menu?

You don't have to always use ul elements to achieve that, you can use other elements too as seen below. Here there are 2 examples, one using div and one using select.

This examples demonstrates the basic functionality, but can be extended/enriched more. It is tested in linux only (iceweasel and chrome).

<!DOCTYPE html>
<html>
<head>
<meta charset='UTF-8'>
<style>
.drop_container
{
  position:relative;
  float:left;
}
.always_visible
{
  background-color:#FAFAFA;
  color:#333333;
  font-weight:bold;
  cursor:pointer;
  border:2px silver solid;
  margin:0px;
  margin-right:5px;
  font-size:14px;
  font-family:"Times New Roman", Times, serif;
}
.always_visible:hover + .hidden_container
{
  display:block;
  position:absolute;
  color:green;
}
.hidden_container
{
  display:none;
  border:1px gray solid;
  left:0px;
  background-color:#FAFAFA;
  padding:5px;
  z-index:1;
}
.hidden_container:hover
{
  display:block;
  position:absolute;
}
.link
{
  color:blue;
  white-space:nowrap;
  margin:3px;
  display:block;
}
.link:hover
{
  color:white;
  background-color:blue;
}
.line_1
{
  width:800px;
  border:1px tomato solid;
  padding:5px;
}
</style>      
</head>

<body>

<div class="line_1">
<div class="drop_container">
  <select class="always_visible" disabled><option>Select</option></select>
  <div class="hidden_container">
  <a href="http://www.google.gr" class="link">Option_ 1</a>
  <a href="http://www.google.gr" class="link">Option__ 2</a>
  <a href="http://www.google.gr" class="link">Option___ 3</a>
  <a href="http://www.google.gr" class="link">Option____ 4</a>
  </div>
</div>
<div class="drop_container">
  <select class="always_visible" disabled><option>Select</option></select>
  <div class="hidden_container">
  <a href="http://www.google.gr" class="link">____1</a>
  <a href="http://www.google.gr" class="link">___2</a>
  <a href="http://www.google.gr" class="link">__3</a>
  <a href="http://www.google.gr" class="link">_4</a>
  </div>
</div>
<div style="clear:both;"></div>
</div>

<br>

<div class="line_1">
 <div class="drop_container">
  <div class="always_visible">Select___</div>
  <div class="hidden_container">
  <a href="http://www.google.gr" class="link">Option_ 1</a>
  <a href="http://www.google.gr" class="link">Option__ 2</a>
  <a href="http://www.google.gr" class="link">Option___ 3</a>
  <a href="http://www.google.gr" class="link">Option____ 4</a>
  </div>
</div>
 <div class="drop_container">
  <div class="always_visible">Select___</div>
  <div class="hidden_container">
  <a href="http://www.google.gr" class="link">Option_ 1</a>
  <a href="http://www.google.gr" class="link">Option__ 2</a>
  <a href="http://www.google.gr" class="link">Option___ 3</a>
  <a href="http://www.google.gr" class="link">Option____ 4</a>
  </div>
</div>
<div style="clear:both;"></div>
</div>

</body>
</html>

How to roundup a number to the closest ten?

Use ROUND but with num_digits = -1

=ROUND(A1,-1)

Also applies to ROUNDUP and ROUNDDOWN

From Excel help:

  • If num_digits is greater than 0 (zero), then number is rounded to the specified number of decimal places.
  • If num_digits is 0, then number is rounded to the nearest integer.
  • If num_digits is less than 0, then number is rounded to the left of the decimal point.

EDIT: To get the numbers to always round up use =ROUNDUP(A1,-1)

Java - How to access an ArrayList of another class?

Put them in an arrayList in your first class like:

import java.util.ArrayList;
    public class numbers {

    private int number1 = 50;
    private int number2 = 100;

    public ArrayList<int> getNumberList() {
        ArrayList<int> numbersList= new ArrayList<int>();
        numbersList.add(number1);
        numberList.add(number2);
        ....
        return numberList;
    }
}

Then, in your test class you can call numbers.getNumberList() to get your arrayList. In addition, you might want to create methods like addToList / removeFromList in your numbers class so you can handle it the way you need it.

You can also access a variable declared in one class from another simply like

numbers.numberList;

if you have it declared there as public.

But it isn't such a good practice in my opinion, since you probably need to modify this list in your code later. Note that you have to add your class to the import list.

If you can tell me what your app requirements are, i'll be able tell you more precise what i think it's best to do.

How to change HTML Object element data attribute value in javascript

The following code works if you use jquery

$( "object" ).replaceWith('<object data="http://www.google.com"></object>');

How to convert signed to unsigned integer in python

Python doesn't have builtin unsigned types. You can use mathematical operations to compute a new int representing the value you would get in C, but there is no "unsigned value" of a Python int. The Python int is an abstraction of an integer value, not a direct access to a fixed-byte-size integer.

Best practices when running Node.js with port 80 (Ubuntu / Linode)

For port 80 (which was the original question), Daniel is exactly right. I recently moved to https and had to switch from iptables to a light nginx proxy managing the SSL certs. I found a useful answer along with a gist by gabrielhpugliese on how to handle that. Basically I

Hopefully that can save someone else some headaches. I'm sure there's a pure-node way of doing this, but nginx was quick and it worked.

How do you remove a specific revision in the git history?

As noted before git-rebase(1) is your friend. Assuming the commits are in your master branch, you would do:

git rebase --onto master~3 master~2 master

Before:

1---2---3---4---5  master

After:

1---2---4'---5' master

From git-rebase(1):

A range of commits could also be removed with rebase. If we have the following situation:

E---F---G---H---I---J  topicA

then the command

git rebase --onto topicA~5 topicA~3 topicA

would result in the removal of commits F and G:

E---H'---I'---J'  topicA

This is useful if F and G were flawed in some way, or should not be part of topicA. Note that the argument to --onto and the parameter can be any valid commit-ish.

How to convert JSON object to JavaScript array?

You can insert object items to an array as this

_x000D_
_x000D_
let obj = {_x000D_
  '1st': {_x000D_
    name: 'stackoverflow'_x000D_
  },_x000D_
  '2nd': {_x000D_
    name: 'stackexchange'_x000D_
  }_x000D_
};_x000D_
 _x000D_
 let wholeArray = Object.keys(obj).map(key => obj[key]);_x000D_
 _x000D_
 console.log(wholeArray);
_x000D_
_x000D_
_x000D_

Where should I put the log4j.properties file?

A few technically correct specific answers already provided but in general, it can be anywhere on the runtime classpath, i.e. wherever classes are sought by the JVM.

This could be the /src dir in Eclipse or the WEB-INF/classes directory in your deployed app, but it's best to be aware of the classpath concept and why the file is placed in it, don't just treat WEB-INF/classes as a "magic" directory.

How to avoid the "Windows Defender SmartScreen prevented an unrecognized app from starting warning"

UPDATE: Another writeup here: How to add publisher in Installshield 2018 (might be better).


I am not too well informed about this issue, but please see if this answer to another question tells you anything useful (and let us know so I can evolve a better answer here): How to pass the Windows Defender SmartScreen Protection? That question relates to BitRock - a non-MSI installer technology, but the overall issue seems to be the same.

Extract from one of the links pointed to in my answer above: "...a certificate just isn't enough anymore to gain trust... SmartScreen is reputation based, not unlike the way StackOverflow works... SmartScreen trusts installers that don't cause problems. Windows machines send telemetry back to Redmond about installed programs and how much trouble they cause. If you get enough thumbs-up then SmartScreen stops blocking your installer automatically. This takes time and lots of installs to get sufficient thumbs. There is no way to find out how far along you got."

Honestly this is all news to me at this point, so do get back to us with any information you dig up yourself.


The actual dialog text you have marked above definitely relates to the Zone.Identifier alternate data stream with a value of 3 that is added to any file that is downloaded from the Internet (see linked answer above for more details).


I was not able to mark this question as a duplicate of the previous one, since it doesn't have an accepted answer. Let's leave both question open for now? (one question is for MSI, one is for non-MSI).

Android Studio : Failure [INSTALL_FAILED_OLDER_SDK]

As mentioned before switching to build 19 is the suggested route here until v20 is "fixed". This thread helped me solve the issue, but it seems similar answers have been posted here as well. https://code.google.com/p/android/issues/detail?id=72840

Is it possible to capture a Ctrl+C signal and run a cleanup function, in a "defer" fashion?

Just for the record if somebody needs a way to handle signals on Windows. I had a requirement to handle from prog A calling prog B through os/exec but prog B never was able to terminate gracefully because sending signals through ex. cmd.Process.Signal(syscall.SIGTERM) or other signals are not supported on Windows. The way I handled is by creating a temp file as a signal ex. .signal.term through prog A and prog B needs to check if that file exists on interval base, if file exists it will exit the program and handle a cleanup if needed, I'm sure there are other ways but this did the job.

How to refer to Excel objects in Access VBA?

I dissent from both the answers. Don't create a reference at all, but use late binding:

  Dim objExcelApp As Object
  Dim wb As Object

  Sub Initialize()
    Set objExcelApp = CreateObject("Excel.Application")
  End Sub

  Sub ProcessDataWorkbook()
     Set wb = objExcelApp.Workbooks.Open("path to my workbook")
     Dim ws As Object
     Set ws = wb.Sheets(1)

     ws.Cells(1, 1).Value = "Hello"
     ws.Cells(1, 2).Value = "World"

     'Close the workbook
     wb.Close
     Set wb = Nothing
  End Sub

You will note that the only difference in the code above is that the variables are all declared as objects and you instantiate the Excel instance with CreateObject().

This code will run no matter what version of Excel is installed, while using a reference can easily cause your code to break if there's a different version of Excel installed, or if it's installed in a different location.

Also, the error handling could be added to the code above so that if the initial instantiation of the Excel instance fails (say, because Excel is not installed or not properly registered), your code can continue. With a reference set, your whole Access application will fail if Excel is not installed.

Handle Guzzle exception and get HTTP body

None of the above responses are working for error that has no body but still has some describing text. For me, it was SSL certificate problem: unable to get local issuer certificate error. So I looked right into the code, because doc does't really say much, and did this (in Guzzle 7.1):

try {
    // call here
} catch (\GuzzleHttp\Exception\RequestException $e) {
    if ($e->hasResponse()) {
        $response = $e->getResponse();
        // message is in $response->getReasonPhrase()
    } else {
        $response = $e->getHandlerContext();
        if (isset($response['error'])) {
            // message is in $response['error']
        } else {
            // Unknown error occured!
        }
    }
}

JQuery / JavaScript - trigger button click from another button click event

You mean this:

jQuery("input.first").click(function(){
   jQuery("input.second").trigger('click');
   return false;
});

How to capitalize the first character of each word in a string

Try this very simple way

example givenString="ram is good boy"

public static String toTitleCase(String givenString) {
    String[] arr = givenString.split(" ");
    StringBuffer sb = new StringBuffer();

    for (int i = 0; i < arr.length; i++) {
        sb.append(Character.toUpperCase(arr[i].charAt(0)))
            .append(arr[i].substring(1)).append(" ");
    }          
    return sb.toString().trim();
}  

Output will be: Ram Is Good Boy

Javascript isnull

return results == null ? 0 : (results[1] || 0);

CSS3 Box Shadow on Top, Left, and Right Only

use the spread value...

box-shadow has the following values

box-shadow: x y blur spread color;

so you could use something like..

box-shadow: 0px -10px 10px -10px black;

UPDATE: i'm adding a jsfiddle

Is it possible to listen to a "style change" event?

Interesting question. The problem is that height() does not accept a callback, so you wouldn't be able to fire up a callback. Use either animate() or css() to set the height and then trigger the custom event in the callback. Here is an example using animate() , tested and works (demo), as a proof of concept :

$('#test').bind('style', function() {
    alert($(this).css('height'));
});

$('#test').animate({height: 100},function(){
$(this).trigger('style');
}); 

What is and how to fix System.TypeInitializationException error?

I had this problem. As stated it is probably a static declaration issue. In my case it was because I had a static within a DEBUG clause. That is (in c#)

#if DEBUG
    public static bool DOTHISISINDEBUGONLY = false;
#endif

Everything worked fine until I complied a Release version of the code and after that I got this error - even on old release versions of the code. Once I took the variable out of the DEBUG clause everything returned to normal.

How do I declare and use variables in PL/SQL like I do in T-SQL?

In Oracle PL/SQL, if you are running a query that may return multiple rows, you need a cursor to iterate over the results. The simplest way is with a for loop, e.g.:

declare
  myname varchar2(20) := 'tom';
begin
  for result_cursor in (select * from mytable where first_name = myname) loop
    dbms_output.put_line(result_cursor.first_name);
    dbms_output.put_line(result_cursor.other_field);
  end loop;
end;

If you have a query that returns exactly one row, then you can use the select...into... syntax, e.g.:

declare 
  myname varchar2(20);
begin
  select first_name into myname 
    from mytable 
    where person_id = 123;
end;

How to correct indentation in IntelliJ

Just select the code and

  • on Windows do Ctrl + Alt + L

  • on Linux do Ctrl + Windows Key + Alt + L

  • on Mac do CMD + Option + L

Javascript onHover event

How about something like this?

<html>
<head>
<script type="text/javascript">

var HoverListener = {
  addElem: function( elem, callback, delay )
  {
    if ( delay === undefined )
    {
      delay = 1000;
    }

    var hoverTimer;

    addEvent( elem, 'mouseover', function()
    {
      hoverTimer = setTimeout( callback, delay );
    } );

    addEvent( elem, 'mouseout', function()
    {
      clearTimeout( hoverTimer );
    } );
  }
}

function tester()
{
  alert( 'hi' );
}

//  Generic event abstractor
function addEvent( obj, evt, fn )
{
  if ( 'undefined' != typeof obj.addEventListener )
  {
    obj.addEventListener( evt, fn, false );
  }
  else if ( 'undefined' != typeof obj.attachEvent )
  {
    obj.attachEvent( "on" + evt, fn );
  }
}

addEvent( window, 'load', function()
{
  HoverListener.addElem(
      document.getElementById( 'test' )
    , tester 
  );
  HoverListener.addElem(
      document.getElementById( 'test2' )
    , function()
      {
        alert( 'Hello World!' );
      }
    , 2300
  );
} );

</script>
</head>
<body>
<div id="test">Will alert "hi" on hover after one second</div>
<div id="test2">Will alert "Hello World!" on hover 2.3 seconds</div>
</body>
</html>

How to read the value of a private field from a different class in Java?

You can use Manifold's @JailBreak for direct, type-safe Java reflection:

@JailBreak Foo foo = new Foo();
foo.stuffIWant = "123;

public class Foo {
    private String stuffIWant;
}

@JailBreak unlocks the foo local variable in the compiler for direct access to all the members in Foo's hierarchy.

Similarly you can use the jailbreak() extension method for one-off use:

foo.jailbreak().stuffIWant = "123";

Through the jailbreak() method you can access any member in Foo's hierarchy.

In both cases the compiler resolves the field access for you type-safely, as if a public field, while Manifold generates efficient reflection code for you under the hood.

Discover more about Manifold.

How does it work - requestLocationUpdates() + LocationRequest/Listener

You are implementing LocationListener in your activity MainActivity. The call for concurrent location updates will therefor be like this:

mLocationClient.requestLocationUpdates(mLocationRequest, this);

Be sure that the LocationListener you're implementing is from the google api, that is import this:

import com.google.android.gms.location.LocationListener;

and not this:

import android.location.LocationListener;

and it should work just fine.

It's also important that the LocationClient really is connected before you do this. I suggest you don't call it in the onCreate or onStart methods, but in onResume. It is all explained quite well in the tutorial for Google Location Api: https://developer.android.com/training/location/index.html

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

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

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

Convert string to variable name in JavaScript

let me make it more clear

function changeStringToVariable(variable, value){
window[variable]=value
}
changeStringToVariable("name", "john doe");
console.log(name);
//this outputs: john doe
let file="newFile";
changeStringToVariable(file, "text file");
console.log(newFile);
//this outputs: text file

Action Image MVC3 Razor

slide modification changed Helper

     public static IHtmlString ActionImageLink(this HtmlHelper html, string action, object routeValues, string styleClass, string alt)
    {
        var url = new UrlHelper(html.ViewContext.RequestContext);
        var anchorBuilder = new TagBuilder("a");
        anchorBuilder.MergeAttribute("href", url.Action(action, routeValues));
        anchorBuilder.AddCssClass(styleClass);
        string anchorHtml = anchorBuilder.ToString(TagRenderMode.Normal);

        return new HtmlString(anchorHtml);
    }

CSS Class

.Edit {
       background: url('../images/edit.png') no-repeat right;
       display: inline-block;
       height: 16px;
       width: 16px;
      }

Create the link just pass the class name

     @Html.ActionImageLink("Edit", new { id = item.ID }, "Edit" , "Edit") 

Restarting cron after changing crontab file?

Depending on distribution, using "cron reload" might do nothing. To paste a snippet out of init.d/cron (debian squeeze):

reload|force-reload) log_daemon_msg "Reloading configuration files for periodic command scheduler" "cron"
    # cron reloads automatically
    log_end_msg 0
    ;;

Some developer/maintainer relied on it reloading, but doesn't, and in this case there's not a way to force reload. I'm generating my crontab files as part of a deploy, and unless somehow the length of the file changes, the changes are not reloaded.

ImportError: No module named dateutil.parser

You can find the dateutil package at https://pypi.python.org/pypi/python-dateutil. Extract it to somewhere and run the command:

python setup.py install

It worked for me!

How to get post slug from post in WordPress?

You can get that using the following methods:

<?php $post_slug = get_post_field( 'post_name', get_post() ); ?>

Or You can use this easy code:

<?php
    global $post;
    $post_slug = $post->post_name;
?>

TypeError: 'int' object is not callable

In my case I changed:

return <variable>

with:

return str(<variable>)

try with the following and it must work:

str(round((a/b)*0.9*c))

How to diff one file to an arbitrary version in Git?

git diff <revision> <path>

For example:

git diff b0d14a4 foobar.txt

Add Whatsapp function to website, like sms, tel

Check this link out Launching Your iPhone App Via Custom URL Scheme

and more on the whats up url scheme document

I did a quick mock up and tried it on my iphone with a link like this from a webpage and it opened the app on my iphone.

<a href="whatsapp://send?text=Hello%2C%20World!">whatsapp</a>

I could not try to send a message as I don't have a current Whatsapp account sorry.

Add user name using abid parameter

let's say your whatsapp username was username then it would be

<a href="whatsapp://send?abid=username&text=Hello%2C%20World!">whatsapp</a>

once again sorry I can't test this. Also I have no idea what would happen if the username is the actual user of the current mobile device. eg. You try to whatsapp yourself.

How to add 30 minutes to a JavaScript Date object?

I feel many of the answers here are lacking a creative component, very much needed for time travel computations. I present my solution for a temporal translation of 30 minutes.

(jsfiddle here)

function fluxCapacitor(n) {
    var delta,sigma=0,beta="ge";
    (function(K,z){

        (function(a,b,c){
            beta=beta+"tT";
            switch(b.shift()) {
                case'3':return z('0',a,c,b.shift(),1);
                case'0':return z('3',a,c,b.pop());
                case'5':return z('2',a,c,b[0],1);
                case'1':return z('4',a,c,b.shift());
                case'2':return z('5',a,c,b.pop());
                case'4':return z('1',a,c,b.pop(),1);
            }
        })(K.pop(),K.pop().split(''),K.pop());
    })(n.toString().split(':'),function(b,a,c,b1,gamma){
       delta=[c,b+b1,a];sigma+=gamma?3600000:0; 
       beta=beta+"im";
    });
    beta=beta+"e";
    return new Date (sigma+(new Date( delta.join(':')))[beta]());
}

Node Multer unexpected field

We have to make sure the type= file with name attribute should be same as the parameter name passed in upload.single('attr')

var multer  = require('multer');
var upload = multer({ dest: 'upload/'});
var fs = require('fs');

/** Permissible loading a single file, 
    the value of the attribute "name" in the form of "recfile". **/
var type = upload.single('recfile');

app.post('/upload', type, function (req,res) {

  /** When using the "single"
      data come in "req.file" regardless of the attribute "name". **/
  var tmp_path = req.file.path;

  /** The original name of the uploaded file
      stored in the variable "originalname". **/
  var target_path = 'uploads/' + req.file.originalname;

  /** A better way to copy the uploaded file. **/
  var src = fs.createReadStream(tmp_path);
  var dest = fs.createWriteStream(target_path);
  src.pipe(dest);
  src.on('end', function() { res.render('complete'); });
  src.on('error', function(err) { res.render('error'); });

});

Clearing a text field on button click

Something like this will add a button and let you use it to clear the values

<div>           
<input type="text" id="textfield1" size="5"/>         
</div>

<div>          
<input type="text" id="textfield2" size="5"/>           
</div>

<div>
    <input type="button" onclick="clearFields()" value="Clear">
</div>


<script type="text/javascript">
function clearFields() {
    document.getElementById("textfield1").value=""
    document.getElementById("textfield2").value=""
}
</script>

How can I solve equations in Python?

Use a different tool. Something like Wolfram Alpha, Maple, R, Octave, Matlab or any other algebra software package.

As a beginner you should probably not attempt to solve such a non-trivial problem.

Table variable error: Must declare the scalar variable "@temp"

try the following query:

SELECT ID,
   Name
INTO #tempTable
FROM Table

SELECT *
FROM #tempTable
WHERE ID = 1

It doesn't need to declare table.

How to detect current state within directive

The use of ui-sref-active directive that worked for me was:

<li ui-sref-active="{'active': 'admin'}">
    <a ui-sref="admin.users">Administration Panel</a>
</li>

as found here under the comment labeled "tgrant59 commented on May 31, 2016".

I am using angular-ui-router v0.3.1.

Scanner is skipping nextLine() after using next() or nextFoo()?

In one of my usecase, I had the scenario of reading a string value preceded by a couple of integer values. I had to use a "for / while loop" to read the values. And none of the above suggestions worked in this case.

Using input.next() instead of input.nextLine() fixed the issue. Hope this might be helpful for those dealing with similar scenario.

How to get file's last modified date on Windows command line?

Useful reference to get file properties using a batch file, included is the last modified time:

FOR %%? IN ("C:\somefile\path\file.txt") DO (
    ECHO File Name Only       : %%~n?
    ECHO File Extension       : %%~x?
    ECHO Name in 8.3 notation : %%~sn?
    ECHO File Attributes      : %%~a?
    ECHO Located on Drive     : %%~d?
    ECHO File Size            : %%~z?
    ECHO Last-Modified Date   : %%~t?
    ECHO Drive and Path       : %%~dp?
    ECHO Drive                : %%~d?
    ECHO Fully Qualified Path : %%~f?
    ECHO FQP in 8.3 notation  : %%~sf?
    ECHO Location in the PATH : %%~dp$PATH:?
)

Understanding SQL Server LOCKS on SELECT queries

I have to add an important comment. Everyone is mentioning that NOLOCKreads only dirty data. This is not precise. It is also possible that you'll get same row twice or whole row is skipped during your read. Reason is that you could ask for some data in same time when SQL Server is re-balancing b-tree.

Check another threads

https://stackoverflow.com/a/5469238/2108874

http://www.sqlmag.com/article/sql-server/quaere-verum-clustered-index-scans-part-iii.aspx)

With the NOLOCK hint (or setting the isolation level of the session to READ UNCOMMITTED) you tell SQL Server that you don't expect consistency, so there are no guarantees. Bear in mind though that "inconsistent data" does not only mean that you might see uncommitted changes that were later rolled back, or data changes in an intermediate state of the transaction. It also means that in a simple query that scans all table/index data SQL Server may lose the scan position, or you might end up getting the same row twice.

How to set the value for Radio Buttons When edit?

just add 'checked="checked"' in the correct radio button that you would like it to be default on. As example you could use php quick if notation to add that in:

<input type="radio" name="sex" value="Male" size="17" <?php echo($isMale?'checked="checked"':''); ?>>Male
<input type="radio" name="sex" value="Female" size="17" <?php echo($isFemale?'checked="checked"':''); ?>>Female

in this example $isMale & $isFemale is boolean values that you assign based on the value from your database.

PHP GuzzleHttp. How to make a post request with params?

$client = new \GuzzleHttp\Client();
$request = $client->post('http://demo.website.com/api', [
    'body' => json_encode($dataArray)
]);
$response = $request->getBody();

Add

openssl.cafile in php.ini file

How to convert int to float in C?

integer division in C truncates the result so 50/100 will give you 0

If you want to get the desired result try this :

((float)number/total)*100

or

50.0/100

java.lang.RuntimeException: Unable to instantiate org.apache.hadoop.hive.ql.metadata.SessionHiveMetaStoreClient

This is probably due to its lack of connections to the Hive Meta Store,my hive Meta Store is stored in Mysql,so I need to visit Mysql,So I add a dependency in my build.sbt

libraryDependencies += "mysql" % "mysql-connector-java" % "5.1.38"

and the problem is solved!

How to use WHERE IN with Doctrine 2

and for completion the string solution

$qb->andWhere('foo.field IN (:string)');
$qb->setParameter('string', array('foo', 'bar'), \Doctrine\DBAL\Connection::PARAM_STR_ARRAY);

How to use Jackson to deserialise an array of objects

From Eugene Tskhovrebov

List<MyClass> myObjects = Arrays.asList(mapper.readValue(json, MyClass[].class))

This solution seems to be the best for me.

How to pass a value to razor variable from javascript variable?

here is my solution that works:

in my form i use:

@using (Html.BeginForm("RegisterOrder", "Account", FormMethod.Post, new { @class = "form", role = "form" }))
  {

   @Html.TextBoxFor(m => m.Email, new { @class = "form-control" })

   @Html.HiddenFor(m => m.quantity, new { id = "quantity", Value = 0 })

  }

in my file.js I get the quantity from a GET request and pass the variable as follows to the form:

    $http({
        method: 'Get',
        url: "https://xxxxxxx.azurewebsites.net/api/quantity/" + usr
    })
        .success(function (data){

            setQuantity(data.number);

            function setQuantity(number) {
                $('#quantity').val(number);
            }

        });

Why can't I use a list as a dict key in python?

Because lists are mutable, dict keys (and set members) need to be hashable, and hashing mutable objects is a bad idea because hash values should be computed on the basis of instance attributes.

In this answer, I will give some concrete examples, hopefully adding value on top of the existing answers. Every insight applies to the elements of the set datastructure as well.

Example 1: hashing a mutable object where the hash value is based on a mutable characteristic of the object.

>>> class stupidlist(list):
...     def __hash__(self):
...         return len(self)
... 
>>> stupid = stupidlist([1, 2, 3])
>>> d = {stupid: 0}
>>> stupid.append(4)
>>> stupid
[1, 2, 3, 4]
>>> d
{[1, 2, 3, 4]: 0}
>>> stupid in d
False
>>> stupid in d.keys()
False
>>> stupid in list(d.keys())
True

After mutating stupid, it cannot be found in the dict any longer because the hash changed. Only a linear scan over the list of the dict's keys finds stupid.

Example 2: ... but why not just a constant hash value?

>>> class stupidlist2(list):
...     def __hash__(self):
...         return id(self)
... 
>>> stupidA = stupidlist2([1, 2, 3])
>>> stupidB = stupidlist2([1, 2, 3])
>>> 
>>> stupidA == stupidB
True
>>> stupidA in {stupidB: 0}
False

That's not a good idea as well because equal objects should hash identically such that you can find them in a dict or set.

Example 3: ... ok, what about constant hashes across all instances?!

>>> class stupidlist3(list):
...     def __hash__(self):
...         return 1
... 
>>> stupidC = stupidlist3([1, 2, 3])
>>> stupidD = stupidlist3([1, 2, 3])
>>> stupidE = stupidlist3([1, 2, 3, 4])
>>> 
>>> stupidC in {stupidD: 0}
True
>>> stupidC in {stupidE: 0}
False
>>> d = {stupidC: 0}
>>> stupidC.append(5)
>>> stupidC in d
True

Things seem to work as expected, but think about what's happening: when all instances of your class produce the same hash value, you will have a hash collision whenever there are more than two instances as keys in a dict or present in a set.

Finding the right instance with my_dict[key] or key in my_dict (or item in my_set) needs to perform as many equality checks as there are instances of stupidlist3 in the dict's keys (in the worst case). At this point, the purpose of the dictionary - O(1) lookup - is completely defeated. This is demonstrated in the following timings (done with IPython).

Some Timings for Example 3

>>> lists_list = [[i]  for i in range(1000)]
>>> stupidlists_set = {stupidlist3([i]) for i in range(1000)}
>>> tuples_set = {(i,) for i in range(1000)}
>>> l = [999]
>>> s = stupidlist3([999])
>>> t = (999,)
>>> 
>>> %timeit l in lists_list
25.5 µs ± 442 ns per loop (mean ± std. dev. of 7 runs, 10000 loops each)
>>> %timeit s in stupidlists_set
38.5 µs ± 61.2 ns per loop (mean ± std. dev. of 7 runs, 10000 loops each)
>>> %timeit t in tuples_set
77.6 ns ± 1.5 ns per loop (mean ± std. dev. of 7 runs, 10000000 loops each)

As you can see, the membership test in our stupidlists_set is even slower than a linear scan over the whole lists_list, while you have the expected super fast lookup time (factor 500) in a set without loads of hash collisions.


TL; DR: you can use tuple(yourlist) as dict keys, because tuples are immutable and hashable.

Save results to csv file with Python

this will provide exact output

import csv

import collections

with open('file.csv', 'rb') as f:

  data = list(csv.reader(f))

counter = collections.defaultdict(int)

for row in data:

    counter[row[0]] += 1

writer = csv.writer(open("file1.csv", 'w'))

for row in data:

    if counter[row[0]] >= 1:

        writer.writerow(row)

How to generate XML file dynamically using PHP?

I'd use SimpleXMLElement.

<?php

$xml = new SimpleXMLElement('<xml/>');

for ($i = 1; $i <= 8; ++$i) {
    $track = $xml->addChild('track');
    $track->addChild('path', "song$i.mp3");
    $track->addChild('title', "Track $i - Track Title");
}

Header('Content-type: text/xml');
print($xml->asXML());

How to perform string interpolation in TypeScript?

Just use special `

var lyrics = 'Never gonna give you up';
var html = `<div>${lyrics}</div>`;

You can see more examples here.

Add tooltip to font awesome icon

You should use 'title' attribute along with 'data-toogle' (bootstrap).

For example

<i class="fa fa-info" data-toggle="tooltip" title="Hooray!"></i>Hover over me

and do not forget to add the javascript to display the tooltip

<script>
    $(document).ready(function(){
        $('[data-toggle="tooltip"]').tooltip();   
    });
</script>

How to send an email using PHP?

Using PHP's mail() function it's possible. Remember mail function will not work on a Local server.

<?php
$to      = '[email protected]';
$subject = 'the subject';
$message = 'hello';
$headers = 'From: [email protected]' . "\r\n" .
    'Reply-To: [email protected]' . "\r\n" .
    'X-Mailer: PHP/' . phpversion();

mail($to, $subject, $message, $headers);
?> 

Reference:

JPQL IN clause: Java-Arrays (or Lists, Sets...)?

I had a problem with this kind of sql, I was giving empty list in IN clause(always check the list if it is not empty). Maybe my practice will help somebody.

Getting the number of filled cells in a column (VBA)

One way is to: (Assumes index column begins at A1)

MsgBox Range("A1").End(xlDown).Row

Which is looking for the 1st unoccupied cell downwards from A1 and showing you its ordinal row number.

You can select the next empty cell with:

Range("A1").End(xlDown).Offset(1, 0).Select

If you need the end of a dataset (including blanks), try: Range("A:A").SpecialCells(xlLastCell).Row

Bootstrap 3 - 100% height of custom div inside column

You need to set the height of every parent element of the one you want the height defined.

<html style="height: 100%;">
  <body style="height: 100%;">
    <div style="height: 100%;">
      <p>
        Make this division 100% height.
      </p>
    </div>
  </body>
</html>

Article.

JsFiddle example

How does Task<int> become an int?

No requires converting the Task to int. Simply Use The Task Result.

int taskResult = AccessTheWebAndDouble().Result;

public async Task<int> AccessTheWebAndDouble()
{
    int task = AccessTheWeb();
    return task;
}

It will return the value if available otherwise it return 0.

How can I select the row with the highest ID in MySQL?

This is the only proposed method who actually selects the whole row, not only the max(id) field. It uses a subquery

SELECT * FROM permlog WHERE id = ( SELECT MAX( id ) FROM permlog )

Insert and set value with max()+1 problems

SELECT MAX(col) +1 is not safe -- it does not ensure that you aren't inserting more than one customer with the same customer_id value, regardless if selecting from the same table or any others. The proper way to ensure a unique integer value is assigned on insertion into your table in MySQL is to use AUTO_INCREMENT. The ANSI standard is to use sequences, but MySQL doesn't support them. An AUTO_INCREMENT column can only be defined in the CREATE TABLE statement:

CREATE TABLE `customers` (
  `customer_id` int(11) NOT NULL AUTO_INCREMENT,
  `firstname` varchar(45) DEFAULT NULL,
  `surname` varchar(45) DEFAULT NULL,
  PRIMARY KEY (`customer_id`)
)

That said, this worked fine for me on 5.1.49:

CREATE TABLE `customers` (
  `customer_id` int(11) NOT NULL DEFAULT '0',
  `firstname` varchar(45) DEFAULT NULL,
  `surname` varchar(45) DEFAULT NULL,
  PRIMARY KEY (`customer_id`)
) ENGINE=InnoDB DEFAULT CHARSET=latin1$$

INSERT INTO customers VALUES (1, 'a', 'b');

INSERT INTO customers 
SELECT MAX(customer_id) + 1, 'jim', 'sock'
  FROM CUSTOMERS;

What is a file with extension .a?

.a files are created with the ar utility, and they are libraries. To use it with gcc, collect all .a files in a lib/ folder and then link with -L lib/ and -l<name of specific library>.

Collection of all .a files into lib/ is optional. Doing so makes for better looking directories with nice separation of code and libraries, IMHO.

Disabling Minimize & Maximize On WinForm?

Right Click the form you want to hide them on, choose Controls -> Properties.

In Properties, set

  • Control Box -> False
  • Minimize Box -> False
  • Maximize Box -> False

You'll do this in the designer.

python: How do I know what type of exception occurred?

To add to Lauritz's answer, I created a decorator/wrapper for exception handling and the wrapper logs which type of exception occurred.

class general_function_handler(object):
    def __init__(self, func):
        self.func = func
    def __get__(self, obj, type=None):
        return self.__class__(self.func.__get__(obj, type))
    def __call__(self, *args, **kwargs):
        try:
            retval = self.func(*args, **kwargs)
        except Exception, e :
            logging.warning('Exception in %s' % self.func)
            template = "An exception of type {0} occured. Arguments:\n{1!r}"
            message = template.format(type(e).__name__, e.args)
            logging.exception(message)
            sys.exit(1) # exit on all exceptions for now
        return retval

This can be called on a class method or a standalone function with the decorator:

@general_function_handler

See my blog about for the full example: http://ryaneirwin.wordpress.com/2014/05/31/python-decorators-and-exception-handling/

design a stack such that getMinimum( ) should be O(1)

public class StackWithMin {
    int min;
    int size;
    int[] data = new int[1024];

    public void push ( int val ) {
        if ( size == 0 ) {
            data[size] = val;
            min = val;
        } else if ( val < min) {
            data[size] = 2 * val - min;
            min = val;

            assert (data[size] < min); 
        } else {
            data[size] = val;
        }

        ++size;

        // check size and grow array
    }

    public int getMin () {
        return min;
    }

    public int pop () {
        --size;

        int val = data[size];

        if ( ( size > 0 ) && ( val < min ) ) {
            int prevMin = min;
            min += min - val;
            return prevMin;
        } else {
            return val;
        }
    }

    public boolean isEmpty () {
        return size == 0;
    }

    public static void main (String...args) {
        StackWithMin stack = new StackWithMin();

        for ( String arg: args ) 
            stack.push( Integer.parseInt( arg ) );

        while ( ! stack.isEmpty() ) {
            int min = stack.getMin();
            int val = stack.pop();

            System.out.println( val + " " + min );
        }

        System.out.println();
    }

}

It stores the current minimum explicitly, and if the minimum changes, instead of pushing the value, it pushes a value the same difference the other side of the new minimum ( if min = 7 and you push 5, it pushes 3 instead ( 5-|7-5| = 3) and sets min to 5; if you then pop 3 when min is 5 it sees that the popped value is less than min, so reverses the procedure to get 7 for the new min, then returns the previous min). As any value which doesn't cause a change the current minimum is greater than the current minimum, you have something that can be used to differentiate between values which change the minimum and ones which don't.

In languages which use fixed size integers, you're borrowing a bit of space from the representation of the values, so it may underflow and the assert will fail. But otherwise, it's constant extra space and all operations are still O(1).

Stacks which are based instead on linked lists have other places you can borrow a bit from, for example in C the least significant bit of the next pointer, or in Java the type of the objects in the linked list. For Java this does mean there's more space used compared to a contiguous stack, as you have the object overhead per link:

public class LinkedStackWithMin {
    private static class Link {
        final int value;
        final Link next;

        Link ( int value, Link next ) {
            this.value = value;
            this.next = next;
        }

        int pop ( LinkedStackWithMin stack ) {
            stack.top = next;
            return value;
        }
    }

    private static class MinLink extends Link {
        MinLink ( int value, Link next ) {
            super( value, next );
        }

        int pop ( LinkedStackWithMin stack ) {
            stack.top = next;
            int prevMin = stack.min;
            stack.min = value;
            return prevMin;
        }
    }

    Link top;
    int min;

    public LinkedStackWithMin () {
    }

    public void push ( int val ) {
        if ( ( top == null ) || ( val < min ) ) {
            top = new MinLink(min, top);
            min = val;
        } else {
            top = new Link(val, top);
        }
    }

    public int pop () {
        return top.pop(this);
    }

    public int getMin () {
        return min;
    }

    public boolean isEmpty () {
        return top == null;
    }

In C, the overhead isn't there, and you can borrow the lsb of the next pointer:

typedef struct _stack_link stack_with_min;

typedef struct _stack_link stack_link;

struct _stack_link {
    size_t  next;
    int     value;
};

stack_link* get_next ( stack_link* link ) 
{
    return ( stack_link * )( link -> next & ~ ( size_t ) 1 );
}

bool is_min ( stack_link* link )
{
    return ( link -> next & 1 ) ! = 0;
}

void push ( stack_with_min* stack, int value )
{
    stack_link *link = malloc ( sizeof( stack_link ) );

    link -> next = ( size_t ) stack -> next;

    if ( (stack -> next == 0) || ( value == stack -> value ) ) {
        link -> value = stack -> value;
        link -> next |= 1; // mark as min
    } else {
        link -> value = value;
    }

    stack -> next = link;
}

etc.;

However, none of these are truly O(1). They don't require any more space in practice, because they exploit holes in the representations of numbers, objects or pointers in these languages. But a theoretical machine which used a more compact representation would require an extra bit to be added to that representation in each case.

How do I create a new column from the output of pandas groupby().sum()?

You want to use transform this will return a Series with the index aligned to the df so you can then add it as a new column:

In [74]:

df = pd.DataFrame({'Date': ['2015-05-08', '2015-05-07', '2015-05-06', '2015-05-05', '2015-05-08', '2015-05-07', '2015-05-06', '2015-05-05'], 'Sym': ['aapl', 'aapl', 'aapl', 'aapl', 'aaww', 'aaww', 'aaww', 'aaww'], 'Data2': [11, 8, 10, 15, 110, 60, 100, 40],'Data3': [5, 8, 6, 1, 50, 100, 60, 120]})
?
df['Data4'] = df['Data3'].groupby(df['Date']).transform('sum')
df
Out[74]:
   Data2  Data3        Date   Sym  Data4
0     11      5  2015-05-08  aapl     55
1      8      8  2015-05-07  aapl    108
2     10      6  2015-05-06  aapl     66
3     15      1  2015-05-05  aapl    121
4    110     50  2015-05-08  aaww     55
5     60    100  2015-05-07  aaww    108
6    100     60  2015-05-06  aaww     66
7     40    120  2015-05-05  aaww    121

TypeError: 'type' object is not subscriptable when indexing in to a dictionary

Normally Python throws NameError if the variable is not defined:

>>> d[0]
Traceback (most recent call last):
  File "<stdin>", line 1, in <module>
NameError: name 'd' is not defined

However, you've managed to stumble upon a name that already exists in Python.

Because dict is the name of a built-in type in Python you are seeing what appears to be a strange error message, but in reality it is not.

The type of dict is a type. All types are objects in Python. Thus you are actually trying to index into the type object. This is why the error message says that the "'type' object is not subscriptable."

>>> type(dict)
<type 'type'>
>>> dict[0]
Traceback (most recent call last):
  File "<stdin>", line 1, in <module>
TypeError: 'type' object is not subscriptable

Note that you can blindly assign to the dict name, but you really don't want to do that. It's just going to cause you problems later.

>>> dict = {1:'a'}
>>> type(dict)
<class 'dict'>
>>> dict[1]
'a'

The true source of the problem is that you must assign variables prior to trying to use them. If you simply reorder the statements of your question, it will almost certainly work:

d = {1: "walk1.png", 2: "walk2.png", 3: "walk3.png"}
m1 = pygame.image.load(d[1])
m2 = pygame.image.load(d[2])
m3 = pygame.image.load(d[3])
playerxy = (375,130)
window.blit(m1, (playerxy))

How to keep an iPhone app running on background fully operational

You can perform tasks for a limited time after your application is directed to go to the background, but only for the duration provided. Running for longer than this will cause your application to be terminated. See the "Completing a Long-Running Task in the Background" section of the iOS Application Programming Guide for how to go about this.

Others have piggybacked on playing audio in the background as a means of staying alive as a background process, but Apple will only accept such an application if the audio playback is a legitimate function. Item 2.16 on Apple's published review guidelines states:

Multitasking apps may only use background services for their intended purposes: VoIP, audio playback, location, task completion, local notifications, etc

How to tell if string starts with a number with Python?

Your code won't work; you need or instead of ||.

Try

'0' <= strg[:1] <= '9'

or

strg[:1] in '0123456789'

or, if you are really crazy about startswith,

strg.startswith(('0', '1', '2', '3', '4', '5', '6', '7', '8', '9'))

text-align:center won't work with form <label> tag (?)

label is an inline element so its width is equal to the width of the text it contains. The browser is actually displaying the label with text-align:center but since the label is only as wide as the text you don't notice.

The best thing to do is to apply a specific width to the label that is greater than the width of the content - this will give you the results you want.

Best way to reverse a string

public static string Reverse( string s )
{
    char[] charArray = s.ToCharArray();
    Array.Reverse( charArray );
    return new string( charArray );
}

Initializing IEnumerable<string> In C#

IEnumerable is just an interface and so can't be instantiated directly.

You need to create a concrete class (like a List)

IEnumerable<string> m_oEnum = new List<string>() { "1", "2", "3" };

you can then pass this to anything expecting an IEnumerable.

Java 8 lambda get and remove element from list

Use can use filter of Java 8, and create another list if you don't want to change the old list:

List<ProducerDTO> result = producersProcedureActive
                            .stream()
                            .filter(producer -> producer.getPod().equals(pod))
                            .collect(Collectors.toList());

Move / Copy File Operations in Java

Not yet, but the New NIO (JSR 203) will have support for these common operations.

In the meantime, there are a few things to keep in mind.

File.renameTo generally works only on the same file system volume. I think of this as the equivalent to a "mv" command. Use it if you can, but for general copy and move support, you'll need to have a fallback.

When a rename doesn't work you will need to actually copy the file (deleting the original with File.delete if it's a "move" operation). To do this with the greatest efficiency, use the FileChannel.transferTo or FileChannel.transferFrom methods. The implementation is platform specific, but in general, when copying from one file to another, implementations avoid transporting data back and forth between kernel and user space, yielding a big boost in efficiency.

How to close off a Git Branch?

after complete the code first merge branch to master then delete that branch

git checkout master
git merge <branch-name>
git branch -d <branch-name>

How to downgrade tensorflow, multiple versions possible?

Is it possible to have multiple version of tensorflow on the same OS?

Yes, you can use python virtual environments for this. From the docs:

A Virtual Environment is a tool to keep the dependencies required by different projects in separate places, by creating virtual Python environments for them. It solves the “Project X depends on version 1.x but, Project Y needs 4.x” dilemma, and keeps your global site-packages directory clean and manageable.

After you have install virtualenv (see the docs), you can create a virtual environment for the tutorial and install the tensorflow version you need in it:

PATH_TO_PYTHON=/usr/bin/python3.5
virtualenv -p $PATH_TO_PYTHON my_tutorial_env 
source my_tutorial_env/bin/activate # this activates your new environment
pip install tensorflow==1.1

PATH_TO_PYTHON should point to where python is installed on your system. When you want to use the other version of tensorflow execute:

deactivate my_tutorial_env

Now you can work again with the tensorflow version that was already installed on your system.

How to populate/instantiate a C# array with a single value?

The code below combines simple iteration for small copies and Array.Copy for large copies

    public static void Populate<T>( T[] array, int startIndex, int count, T value ) {
        if ( array == null ) {
            throw new ArgumentNullException( "array" );
        }
        if ( (uint)startIndex >= array.Length ) {
            throw new ArgumentOutOfRangeException( "startIndex", "" );
        }
        if ( count < 0 || ( (uint)( startIndex + count ) > array.Length ) ) {
            throw new ArgumentOutOfRangeException( "count", "" );
        }
        const int Gap = 16;
        int i = startIndex;

        if ( count <= Gap * 2 ) {
            while ( count > 0 ) {
                array[ i ] = value;
                count--;
                i++;
            }
            return;
        }
        int aval = Gap;
        count -= Gap;

        do {
            array[ i ] = value;
            i++;
            --aval;
        } while ( aval > 0 );

        aval = Gap;
        while ( true ) {
            Array.Copy( array, startIndex, array, i, aval );
            i += aval;
            count -= aval;
            aval *= 2;
            if ( count <= aval ) {
                Array.Copy( array, startIndex, array, i, count );
                break;
            }
        }
    }

The benchmarks for different array length using an int[] array are :

         2 Iterate:     1981 Populate:     2845
         4 Iterate:     2678 Populate:     3915
         8 Iterate:     4026 Populate:     6592
        16 Iterate:     6825 Populate:    10269
        32 Iterate:    16766 Populate:    18786
        64 Iterate:    27120 Populate:    35187
       128 Iterate:    49769 Populate:    53133
       256 Iterate:   100099 Populate:    71709
       512 Iterate:   184722 Populate:   107933
      1024 Iterate:   363727 Populate:   126389
      2048 Iterate:   710963 Populate:   220152
      4096 Iterate:  1419732 Populate:   291860
      8192 Iterate:  2854372 Populate:   685834
     16384 Iterate:  5703108 Populate:  1444185
     32768 Iterate: 11396999 Populate:  3210109

The first columns is the array size, followed by the time of copying using a simple iteration ( @JaredPared implementation ). The time of this method is after that. These are the benchmarks using an array of a struct of four integers

         2 Iterate:     2473 Populate:     4589
         4 Iterate:     3966 Populate:     6081
         8 Iterate:     7326 Populate:     9050
        16 Iterate:    14606 Populate:    16114
        32 Iterate:    29170 Populate:    31473
        64 Iterate:    57117 Populate:    52079
       128 Iterate:   112927 Populate:    75503
       256 Iterate:   226767 Populate:   133276
       512 Iterate:   447424 Populate:   165912
      1024 Iterate:   890158 Populate:   367087
      2048 Iterate:  1786918 Populate:   492909
      4096 Iterate:  3570919 Populate:  1623861
      8192 Iterate:  7136554 Populate:  2857678
     16384 Iterate: 14258354 Populate:  6437759
     32768 Iterate: 28351852 Populate: 12843259

Why is this printing 'None' in the output?

Because of double print function. I suggest you to use return instead of print inside the function definition.

def lyrics():
    return "The very first line"
print(lyrics())

OR

def lyrics():
    print("The very first line")
lyrics()

Webpack how to build production code and how to use it

This will help you.

plugins: [
    new webpack.DefinePlugin({
      'process.env': {
        // This has effect on the react lib size
        'NODE_ENV': JSON.stringify('production'),
      }
    }),
    new ExtractTextPlugin("bundle.css", {allChunks: false}),
    new webpack.optimize.AggressiveMergingPlugin(),
    new webpack.optimize.OccurrenceOrderPlugin(),
    new webpack.optimize.DedupePlugin(),
    new webpack.optimize.UglifyJsPlugin({
      mangle: true,
      compress: {
        warnings: false, // Suppress uglification warnings
        pure_getters: true,
        unsafe: true,
        unsafe_comps: true,
        screw_ie8: true
      },
      output: {
        comments: false,
      },
      exclude: [/\.min\.js$/gi] // skip pre-minified libs
    }),
    new webpack.IgnorePlugin(/^\.\/locale$/, [/moment$/]), //https://stackoverflow.com/questions/25384360/how-to-prevent-moment-js-from-loading-locales-with-webpack
    new CompressionPlugin({
      asset: "[path].gz[query]",
      algorithm: "gzip",
      test: /\.js$|\.css$|\.html$/,
      threshold: 10240,
      minRatio: 0
    })
  ],

How can I reverse the order of lines in a file?

rev
text here

or

rev <file>

or

rev texthere

How to declare Return Types for Functions in TypeScript

Return types using arrow notation is the same as previous answers:

const sum = (a: number, b: number) : number => a + b;

web.xml is missing and <failOnMissingWebXml> is set to true

If you already have web.xml under /src/main/webapp/WEB-INF but you still get error "web.xml is missing and is set to true", you could check if you have included /src/main/webapp in your project source.

Here are the steps you can follow:

  1. You can check this by right clicking your project, and open its Properties dialogue, and then "Deployment Assembly", where you can add Folder /src/main/webapp. Save the setting, and then,
  2. Go to Eclipse menu Project -> Clean... and clean the project, and the error should go away.

(I verified this with Eclipse Mars)

Pandas Split Dataframe into two Dataframes at a specific row

iloc

df1 = datasX.iloc[:, :72]
df2 = datasX.iloc[:, 72:]

(iloc docs)

Replace Default Null Values Returned From Left Outer Join

In case of MySQL or SQLite the correct keyword is IFNULL (not ISNULL).

 SELECT iar.Description, 
      IFNULL(iai.Quantity,0) as Quantity, 
      IFNULL(iai.Quantity * rpl.RegularPrice,0) as 'Retail', 
      iar.Compliance 
    FROM InventoryAdjustmentReason iar
    LEFT OUTER JOIN InventoryAdjustmentItem iai  on (iar.Id = iai.InventoryAdjustmentReasonId)
    LEFT OUTER JOIN Item i on (i.Id = iai.ItemId)
    LEFT OUTER JOIN ReportPriceLookup rpl on (rpl.SkuNumber = i.SkuNo)
WHERE iar.StoreUse = 'yes'

"Char cannot be dereferenced" error

If Character.isLetter(ch) looks a bit wordy/ugly you can use a static import.

import static java.lang.Character.*;


if(isLetter(ch)) {

} else if(isDigit(ch)) {

} 

Opening a new tab to read a PDF file

Change the <a> tag like this:

<a href="newsletter_01.pdf" target="_blank">

You can find more about the target attribute here.

Javascript: Call a function after specific time period

ECMAScript 6 introduced arrow functions so now the setTimeout() or setInterval() don't have to look like this:

setTimeout(function() { FetchData(); }, 1000)

Instead, you can use annonymous arrow function which looks cleaner, and less confusing:

setTimeout(() => {FetchData();}, 1000)

How to hide action bar before activity is created, and then show it again?

I had still error with null pointer and finally it helped when I called first getWindow().requestFeature() and then super.onCreate()

public void onCreate(Bundle savedInstanceState) {
getWindow().requestFeature(Window.FEATURE_ACTION_BAR);
super.onCreate(savedInstanceState);
getActionBar().show();

Origin null is not allowed by Access-Control-Allow-Origin

Chrome and Safari has a restriction on using ajax with local resources. That's why it's throwing an error like

Origin null is not allowed by Access-Control-Allow-Origin.

Solution: Use firefox or upload your data to a temporary server. If you still want to use Chrome, start it with the below option;

--allow-file-access-from-files

More info how to add the above parameter to your Chrome: Right click the Chrome icon on your task bar, right click the Google Chrome on the pop-up window and click properties and add the above parameter inside the Target textbox under Shortcut tab. It will like as below;

C:\Users\XXX_USER\AppData\Local\Google\Chrome\Application\chrome.exe --allow-file-access-from-files

Hope this will help!

Finding sum of elements in Swift array

This is the easiest/shortest method I can find.

Swift 3 and Swift 4:

let multiples = [...]
let sum = multiples.reduce(0, +)
print("Sum of Array is : ", sum)

Swift 2:

let multiples = [...]
sum = multiples.reduce(0, combine: +)

Some more info:

This uses Array's reduce method (documentation here), which allows you to "reduce a collection of elements down to a single value by recursively applying the provided closure". We give it 0 as the initial value, and then, essentially, the closure { $0 + $1 }. Of course, we can simplify that to a single plus sign, because that's how Swift rolls.

Enable binary mode while restoring a Database from an SQL dump

Extract your file with Tar archiving tool. you can use it in this way:

tar xf example.sql.gz

What are alternatives to document.write?

Here is code that should replace document.write in-place:

document.write=function(s){
    var scripts = document.getElementsByTagName('script');
    var lastScript = scripts[scripts.length-1];
    lastScript.insertAdjacentHTML("beforebegin", s);
}

Spring RequestMapping for controllers that produce and consume JSON

You can use the @RestController instead of @Controller annotation.

How to revert initial git commit?

Under the conditions stipulated in the question:

  • The commit is the first commit in the repository.
  • Which means there have been very few commands executed:
    • a git init,
    • presumably some git add operations,
    • and a git commit,
    • and that's all!

If those preconditions are met, then the simplest way to undo the initial commit would be:

rm -fr .git

from the directory where you did git init. You can then redo the git init to recreate the Git repository, and redo the additions with whatever changes are sensible that you regretted not making the first time, and redo the initial commit.

DANGER! This removes the Git repository directory.

It removes the Git repository directory permanently and irrecoverably, unless you've got backups somewhere. Under the preconditions, you've nothing you want to keep in the repository, so you're not losing anything. All the files you added are still available in the working directories, assuming you have not modified them yet and have not deleted them, etc. However, doing this is safe only if you have nothing else in your repository at all. Under the circumstances described in the question 'commit repository first time — then regret it', it is safe. Very often, though, it is not safe.

It's also safe to do this to remove an unwanted cloned repository; it does no damage to the repository that it was cloned from. It throws away anything you've done in your copy, but doesn't affect the original repository otherwise.

Be careful, but it is safe and effective when the preconditions are met.

If you've done other things with your repository that you want preserved, then this is not the appropriate technique — your repository no longer meets the preconditions for this to be appropriate.

What is the difference between putting a property on application.yml or bootstrap.yml in spring boot?

This answer has been very beautifully explained in book "Microservices Interview Questions, For Java Developers (Spring Boot, Spring Cloud, Cloud Native Applications) by Munish Chandel, Version 1.30, 25.03.2018.

The following content has been taken from this book, and total credit for this answer goes to the Author of the book i.e. Munish Chandel

application.yml

application.yml/application.properties file is specific to Spring Boot applications. Unless you change the location of external properties of an application, spring boot will always load application.yml from the following location:

/src/main/resources/application.yml

You can store all the external properties for your application in this file. Common properties that are available in any Spring Boot project can be found at: https://docs.spring.io/spring-boot/docs/current/reference/html/common-application-properties.html You can customize these properties as per your application needs. Sample file is shown below:

spring:
    application:
        name: foobar
    datasource:
        driverClassName: com.mysql.jdbc.Driver
        url: jdbc:mysql://localhost/test
server:
    port: 9000

bootstrap.yml

bootstrap.yml on the other hand is specific to spring-cloud-config and is loaded before the application.yml

bootstrap.yml is only needed if you are using Spring Cloud and your microservice configuration is stored on a remote Spring Cloud Config Server.

Important points about bootstrap.yml

  1. When used with Spring Cloud Config server, you shall specify the application-name and config git location using below properties.

spring.application.name: "application-name"
spring.cloud.config.server.git.uri: "git-uri-config"

  1. When used with microservices (other than cloud config server), we need to specify the application name and location of config server using below properties

spring.application.name: 
spring.cloud.config.uri: 
  1. This properties file can contain other configuration relevant to Spring Cloud environment for e.g. eureka server location, encryption/decryption related properties.

Upon startup, Spring Cloud makes an HTTP(S) call to the Spring Cloud Config Server with the name of the application and retrieves back that application’s configuration.

application.yml contains the default configuration for the microservice and any configuration retrieved (from cloud config server) during the bootstrap process will override configuration defined in application.yml

How to dynamically load a Python class

module = __import__("my_package/my_module")
the_class = getattr(module, "MyClass")
obj = the_class()

VirtualBox and vmdk vmx files

VMDK/VMX are VMWare file formats but you can use it with VirtualBox:

  1. Create a new Virtual Machine and when asks for a hard disk choose "Use an existing hard disk"
  2. Click on the "button with folder and green arrow image on the combo box right" which opens Virtual Media Manager, it looks like this (you can open it directly pressing CTRL+D on main window or in File > Virtual Media Manager menu)...
  3. Then you can add the VMDK/VMX hard disk image and setup it for your virtual machine :)

How can I install a package with go get?

Command go

Download and install packages and dependencies

Usage:

go get [-d] [-f] [-t] [-u] [-v] [-fix] [-insecure] [build flags] [packages]

Get downloads the packages named by the import paths, along with their dependencies. It then installs the named packages, like 'go install'.

The -d flag instructs get to stop after downloading the packages; that is, it instructs get not to install the packages.

The -f flag, valid only when -u is set, forces get -u not to verify that each package has been checked out from the source control repository implied by its import path. This can be useful if the source is a local fork of the original.

The -fix flag instructs get to run the fix tool on the downloaded packages before resolving dependencies or building the code.

The -insecure flag permits fetching from repositories and resolving custom domains using insecure schemes such as HTTP. Use with caution.

The -t flag instructs get to also download the packages required to build the tests for the specified packages.

The -u flag instructs get to use the network to update the named packages and their dependencies. By default, get uses the network to check out missing packages but does not use it to look for updates to existing packages.

The -v flag enables verbose progress and debug output.

Get also accepts build flags to control the installation. See 'go help build'.

When checking out a new package, get creates the target directory GOPATH/src/. If the GOPATH contains multiple entries, get uses the first one. For more details see: 'go help gopath'.

When checking out or updating a package, get looks for a branch or tag that matches the locally installed version of Go. The most important rule is that if the local installation is running version "go1", get searches for a branch or tag named "go1". If no such version exists it retrieves the default branch of the package.

When go get checks out or updates a Git repository, it also updates any git submodules referenced by the repository.

Get never checks out or updates code stored in vendor directories.

For more about specifying packages, see 'go help packages'.

For more about how 'go get' finds source code to download, see 'go help importpath'.

This text describes the behavior of get when using GOPATH to manage source code and dependencies. If instead the go command is running in module-aware mode, the details of get's flags and effects change, as does 'go help get'. See 'go help modules' and 'go help module-get'.

See also: go build, go install, go clean.


For example, showing verbose output,

$ go get -v github.com/capotej/groupcache-db-experiment/...
github.com/capotej/groupcache-db-experiment (download)
github.com/golang/groupcache (download)
github.com/golang/protobuf (download)
github.com/capotej/groupcache-db-experiment/api
github.com/capotej/groupcache-db-experiment/client
github.com/capotej/groupcache-db-experiment/slowdb
github.com/golang/groupcache/consistenthash
github.com/golang/protobuf/proto
github.com/golang/groupcache/lru
github.com/capotej/groupcache-db-experiment/dbserver
github.com/capotej/groupcache-db-experiment/cli
github.com/golang/groupcache/singleflight
github.com/golang/groupcache/groupcachepb
github.com/golang/groupcache
github.com/capotej/groupcache-db-experiment/frontend
$ 

"could not find stored procedure"

Could not find stored procedure?---- means when you get this.. our code like this

String sp="{call GetUnitReferenceMap}";

stmt=conn.prepareCall(sp);

ResultSet rs = stmt.executeQuery();

while (rs.next()) {

currencyMap.put(rs.getString(1).trim(), rs.getString(2).trim()); 

I have 4 DBs(sample1, sample2, sample3) But stmt will search location is master Default DB then we will get Exception.

we should provide DB name then problem resolves::

String sp="{call sample1..GetUnitReferenceMap}";

Multiple IF statements between number ranges

It's a little tricky because of the nested IFs but here is my answer (confirmed in Google Spreadsheets):

=IF(AND(A2>=0,    A2<500),  "Less than 500", 
 IF(AND(A2>=500,  A2<1000), "Between 500 and 1000", 
 IF(AND(A2>=1000, A2<1500), "Between 1000 and 1500", 
 IF(AND(A2>=1500, A2<2000), "Between 1500 and 2000", "Undefined"))))

Counting array elements in Python

The method len() returns the number of elements in the list.

Syntax:

len(myArray)

Eg:

myArray = [1, 2, 3]
len(myArray)

Output:

3

ASP.net page without a code behind

I thought you could deploy just your .aspx page without the .aspx.cs so long as the DLL was in your bin. Part of the issue here is how visual studio .net works with .aspx pages.

Check it out here: Working with Single-File Web Forms Pages in Visual Studio .NET

I know for sure that VS2008 with asp.net MVC RC you don't have code-behind files for your views.

Html ordered list 1.1, 1.2 (Nested counters and scope) not working

Keep it Simple!

Simpler and a Standard solution to increment the number and to retain the dot at the end. Even if you get the css right, it will not work if your HTML is not correct. see below.

CSS

ol {
  counter-reset: item;
}
ol li {
  display: block;
}
ol li:before {
  content: counters(item, ". ") ". ";
  counter-increment: item;
}

SASS

ol {
    counter-reset: item;
    li {
        display: block;
        &:before {
            content: counters(item, ". ") ". ";
            counter-increment: item
        }
    }
}

HTML Parent Child

If you add the child make sure the it is under the parent li.

<!-- WRONG -->
<ol>
    <li>Parent 1</li> <!-- Parent is Individual. Not hugging -->
        <ol> 
            <li>Child</li>
        </ol>
    <li>Parent 2</li>
</ol>

<!-- RIGHT -->
<ol>
    <li>Parent 1 
        <ol> 
            <li>Child</li>
        </ol>
    </li> <!-- Parent is Hugging the child -->
    <li>Parent 2</li>
</ol>

Call an overridden method from super class in typescript

The order of execution is:

  1. A's constructor
  2. B's constructor

The assignment occurs in B's constructor after A's constructor—_super—has been called:

function B() {
    _super.apply(this, arguments);   // MyvirtualMethod called in here
    this.testString = "Test String"; // testString assigned here
}

So the following happens:

var b = new B();     // undefined
b.MyvirtualMethod(); // "Test String"

You will need to change your code to deal with this. For example, by calling this.MyvirtualMethod() in B's constructor, by creating a factory method to create the object and then execute the function, or by passing the string into A's constructor and working that out somehow... there's lots of possibilities.

javascript jquery radio button click

this should be good

$(document).ready(function() {
    $('input:radio').change(function() {
       alert('ole');
    });
});

How to set the timezone in Django?

Valid timeZone values are based on the tz (timezone) database used by Linux and other Unix systems. The values are strings (xsd:string) in the form “Area/Location,” in which:

Area is a continent or ocean name. Area currently includes:

  • Africa
  • America (both North America and South America)
  • Antarctica
  • Arctic
  • Asia
  • Atlantic
  • Australia
  • Europe
  • Etc (administrative zone. For example, “Etc/UTC” represents Coordinated Universal Time.)
  • Indian
  • Pacific

Location is the city, island, or other regional name.

The zone names and output abbreviations adhere to POSIX (portable operating system interface) UNIX conventions, which uses positive (+) signs west of Greenwich and negative (-) signs east of Greenwich, which is the opposite of what is generally expected. For example, “Etc/GMT+4” corresponds to 4 hours behind UTC (that is, west of Greenwich) rather than 4 hours ahead of UTC (Coordinated Universal Time) (east of Greenwich).

Here is a list all valid timezones

You can change time zone in your settings.py as follows

LANGUAGE_CODE = 'en-us'

TIME_ZONE = 'Asia/Kolkata'

USE_I18N = True

USE_L10N = True

USE_TZ = True

SoapFault exception: Could not connect to host

I am adding my comment for completeness, as the solutions listed here did not help me. On PHP 5.6, SoapClient makes the first call to the specified WSDL URL in SoapClient::SoapClient and after connecting to it and receiving the result, it tries to connect to the WSDL specified in the result in:

<soap:address location="http://"/>

And the call fails with error Could not connect to host if the WSDL is different than the one you specified in SoapClient::SoapClient and is unreachable (my case was SoapUI using http://host.local/).

The behaviour in PHP 5.4 is different and it always uses the WSDL in SoapClient::SoapClient.

The executable gets signed with invalid entitlements in Xcode

(Xcode 6.1)

The problem for me was in my Build Settings; I had my Provisioning Profile set to an App Store Production Profile when trying to deploy to a device. I switched it to 'Automatic' and it resolved my issue. You could also set it to your Dev Provision Profile.

I also have 2 Certificates, so I added my second Certificate to my dev provision. Others probably won't have this problem.

Using SimpleXML to create an XML object from scratch

In PHP5, you should use the Document Object Model class instead. Example:

$domDoc = new DOMDocument;
$rootElt = $domDoc->createElement('root');
$rootNode = $domDoc->appendChild($rootElt);

$subElt = $domDoc->createElement('foo');
$attr = $domDoc->createAttribute('ah');
$attrVal = $domDoc->createTextNode('OK');
$attr->appendChild($attrVal);
$subElt->appendChild($attr);
$subNode = $rootNode->appendChild($subElt);

$textNode = $domDoc->createTextNode('Wow, it works!');
$subNode->appendChild($textNode);

echo htmlentities($domDoc->saveXML());

What are unit tests, integration tests, smoke tests, and regression tests?

  • Unit test: an automatic test to test the internal workings of a class. It should be a stand-alone test which is not related to other resources.
  • Integration test: an automatic test that is done on an environment, so similar to unit tests but with external resources (db, disk access)
  • Regression test: after implementing new features or bug fixes, you re-test scenarios which worked in the past. Here you cover the possibility in which your new features break existing features.
  • Smoke testing: first tests on which testers can conclude if they will continue testing.

Open button in new window?

<input type="button" onclick="window.open(); return false;" value="click me" />

http://www.javascript-coder.com/window-popup/javascript-window-open.phtml

ISO C90 forbids mixed declarations and code in C

-Wdeclaration-after-statement minimal reproducible example

main.c

#!/usr/bin/env bash

set -eux

cat << EOF > main.c
#include <stdio.h>

int main(void) {
    puts("hello");
    int a = 1;
    printf("%d\n", a);
    return 0;
}
EOF

Give warning:

gcc -std=c89 -Wdeclaration-after-statement -Werror main.c
gcc -std=c99 -Wdeclaration-after-statement -Werror main.c
gcc -std=c89 -pedantic -Werror main.c

Don't give warning:

gcc -std=c89 -pedantic -Wno-declaration-after-statement -Werror main.c
gcc -std=c89 -Wno-declaration-after-statement -Werror main.c
gcc -std=c99 -pedantic -Werror main.c
gcc -std=c89 -Wall -Wextra -Werror main.c
# https://stackoverflow.com/questions/14737104/what-is-the-default-c-mode-for-the-current-gcc-especially-on-ubuntu/53063656#53063656
gcc -pedantic -Werror main.c

The warning:

main.c: In function ‘main’:
main.c:5:5: warning: ISO C90 forbids mixed declarations and code [-Wdeclaration-after-statement]
     int a = 1;
     ^~~

Tested on Ubuntu 16.04, GCC 6.4.0.

Slack clean all messages (~8K) in a channel

If you like Python and have obtained a legacy API token from the slack api, you can delete all private messages you sent to a user with the following:

import requests
import sys
import time
from json import loads

# config - replace the bit between quotes with your "token"
token = 'xoxp-854385385283-5438342854238520-513620305190-505dbc3e1c83b6729e198b52f128ad69'

# replace 'Carl' with name of the person you were messaging
dm_name = 'Carl'

# helper methods
api = 'https://slack.com/api/'
suffix = 'token={0}&pretty=1'.format(token)

def fetch(route, args=''):
  '''Make a GET request for data at `url` and return formatted JSON'''
  url = api + route + '?' + suffix + '&' + args
  return loads(requests.get(url).text)

# find the user whose dm messages should be removed
target_user = [i for i in fetch('users.list')['members'] if dm_name in i['real_name']]
if not target_user:
  print(' ! your target user could not be found')
  sys.exit()

# find the channel with messages to the target user
channel = [i for i in fetch('im.list')['ims'] if i['user'] == target_user[0]['id']]
if not channel:
  print(' ! your target channel could not be found')
  sys.exit()

# fetch and delete all messages
print(' * querying for channel', channel[0]['id'], 'with target user', target_user[0]['id'])
args = 'channel=' + channel[0]['id'] + '&limit=100'
result = fetch('conversations.history', args=args)
messages = result['messages']
print(' * has more:', result['has_more'], result.get('response_metadata', {}).get('next_cursor', ''))
while result['has_more']:
  cursor = result['response_metadata']['next_cursor']
  result = fetch('conversations.history', args=args + '&cursor=' + cursor)
  messages += result['messages']
  print(' * next page has more:', result['has_more'])

for idx, i in enumerate(messages):
  # tier 3 method rate limit: https://api.slack.com/methods/chat.delete
  # all rate limits: https://api.slack.com/docs/rate-limits#tiers
  time.sleep(1.05)
  result = fetch('chat.delete', args='channel={0}&ts={1}'.format(channel[0]['id'], i['ts']))
  print(' * deleted', idx+1, 'of', len(messages), 'messages', i['text'])
  if result.get('error', '') == 'ratelimited':
    print('\n ! sorry there have been too many requests. Please wait a little bit and try again.')
    sys.exit()

Adding a newline into a string in C#

protected void Button1_Click(object sender, EventArgs e)
{
    string str = "fkdfdsfdflkdkfk@dfsdfjk72388389@kdkfkdfkkl@jkdjkfjd@jjjk@";
    str = str.Replace("@", "@" + "<br/>");
    Response.Write(str);       
}

Add image to layout in ruby on rails

It's working for me:

<%= image_tag( root_url + "images/rss.jpg", size: "50x50", :alt => "rss feed") -%>

HTML Script tag: type or language (or omit both)?

The type attribute is used to define the MIME type within the HTML document. Depending on what DOCTYPE you use, the type value is required in order to validate the HTML document.

The language attribute lets the browser know what language you are using (Javascript vs. VBScript) but is not necessarily essential and, IIRC, has been deprecated.

What causes HttpHostConnectException?

A "connection refused" error happens when you attempt to open a TCP connection to an IP address / port where there is nothing currently listening for connections. If nothing is listening, the OS on the server side "refuses" the connection.

If this is happening intermittently, then the most likely explanations are (IMO):

  • the server you are talking ("proxy.xyz.com" / port 60) to is going up and down, OR
  • there is something1 between your client and the proxy that is intermittently sending requests to a non-functioning host, or something.

Is this possible that this exception is caused when a search request is made from Android applications as our website don't support a request is being made from android applications.

It seems unlikely. You said that the "connection refused" exception message says that it is the proxy that is refusing the connection, not your server. Besides if a server was going to not handle certain kinds of request, it still has to accept the TCP connection to find out what the request is ... before it can reject it.


1 - For example, it could be a DNS that round-robin resolves the DNS name to different IP addresses. Or it could be an IP-based load balancer.

Send Outlook Email Via Python?

using pywin32:

from win32com.client import Dispatch

session = Dispatch('MAPI.session')
session.Logon('','',0,1,0,0,'exchange.foo.com\nUserName');
msg = session.Outbox.Messages.Add('Hello', 'This is a test')
msg.Recipients.Add('Corey', 'SMTP:[email protected]')
msg.Send()
session.Logoff()

How does one output bold text in Bash?

This is an old post but regardless, you can also get boldface and italic characters by leveraging utf-32. There are even greek and math symbols that can be used as well as the roman alphabet.

PHP Try and Catch for SQL Insert

$new_user = new User($user);
$mapper = $this->spot->mapper("App\User");

try{
    $id = $mapper->save($new_user);     
}catch(Exception $exception){

    $data["error"] = true;
    $data["message"] = "Error while insertion. Erron in the query";
    $data["data"] = $exception->getMessage();

    return $response->withStatus(409)
    ->withHeader("Content-Type", "application/json")
    ->write(json_encode($data, JSON_UNESCAPED_SLASHES | JSON_PRETTY_PRINT));        
}

if error occurs, you will get something like this->

{
    "error": true,
    "message": "Error while insertion. Erron in the query",
    "data": "An exception occurred while executing 'INSERT INTO \"user\" (...) VALUES (...)' with params [...]:\n\nSQLSTATE[22P02]: Invalid text representation: 7 ERROR:  invalid input syntax for integer: \"default\"" }

with status code:409.

Unable to start the mysql server in ubuntu

I think this is because you are using client software and not the server.

  • mysql is client
  • mysqld is the server

Try: sudo service mysqld start

To check that service is running use: ps -ef | grep mysql | grep -v grep.

Uninstalling:

sudo apt-get purge mysql-server
sudo apt-get autoremove
sudo apt-get autoclean

Re-Installing:

sudo apt-get update
sudo apt-get install mysql-server

Backup entire folder before doing this:

sudo rm /etc/apt/apt.conf.d/50unattended-upgrades*
sudo apt-get update
sudo apt-get upgrade

NULL values inside NOT IN clause

It may be concluded from answers here that NOT IN (subquery) doesn't handle nulls correctly and should be avoided in favour of NOT EXISTS. However, such a conclusion may be premature. In the following scenario, credited to Chris Date (Database Programming and Design, Vol 2 No 9, September 1989), it is NOT IN that handles nulls correctly and returns the correct result, rather than NOT EXISTS.

Consider a table sp to represent suppliers (sno) who are known to supply parts (pno) in quantity (qty). The table currently holds the following values:

      VALUES ('S1', 'P1', NULL), 
             ('S2', 'P1', 200),
             ('S3', 'P1', 1000)

Note that quantity is nullable i.e. to be able to record the fact a supplier is known to supply parts even if it is not known in what quantity.

The task is to find the suppliers who are known supply part number 'P1' but not in quantities of 1000.

The following uses NOT IN to correctly identify supplier 'S2' only:

WITH sp AS 
     ( SELECT * 
         FROM ( VALUES ( 'S1', 'P1', NULL ), 
                       ( 'S2', 'P1', 200 ),
                       ( 'S3', 'P1', 1000 ) )
              AS T ( sno, pno, qty )
     )
SELECT DISTINCT spx.sno
  FROM sp spx
 WHERE spx.pno = 'P1'
       AND 1000 NOT IN (
                        SELECT spy.qty
                          FROM sp spy
                         WHERE spy.sno = spx.sno
                               AND spy.pno = 'P1'
                       );

However, the below query uses the same general structure but with NOT EXISTS but incorrectly includes supplier 'S1' in the result (i.e. for which the quantity is null):

WITH sp AS 
     ( SELECT * 
         FROM ( VALUES ( 'S1', 'P1', NULL ), 
                       ( 'S2', 'P1', 200 ),
                       ( 'S3', 'P1', 1000 ) )
              AS T ( sno, pno, qty )
     )
SELECT DISTINCT spx.sno
  FROM sp spx
 WHERE spx.pno = 'P1'
       AND NOT EXISTS (
                       SELECT *
                         FROM sp spy
                        WHERE spy.sno = spx.sno
                              AND spy.pno = 'P1'
                              AND spy.qty = 1000
                      );

So NOT EXISTS is not the silver bullet it may have appeared!

Of course, source of the problem is the presence of nulls, therefore the 'real' solution is to eliminate those nulls.

This can be achieved (among other possible designs) using two tables:

  • sp suppliers known to supply parts
  • spq suppliers known to supply parts in known quantities

noting there should probably be a foreign key constraint where spq references sp.

The result can then be obtained using the 'minus' relational operator (being the EXCEPT keyword in Standard SQL) e.g.

WITH sp AS 
     ( SELECT * 
         FROM ( VALUES ( 'S1', 'P1' ), 
                       ( 'S2', 'P1' ),
                       ( 'S3', 'P1' ) )
              AS T ( sno, pno )
     ),
     spq AS 
     ( SELECT * 
         FROM ( VALUES ( 'S2', 'P1', 200 ),
                       ( 'S3', 'P1', 1000 ) )
              AS T ( sno, pno, qty )
     )
SELECT sno
  FROM spq
 WHERE pno = 'P1'
EXCEPT 
SELECT sno
  FROM spq
 WHERE pno = 'P1'
       AND qty = 1000;

What's the better (cleaner) way to ignore output in PowerShell?

I would consider using something like:

function GetList
{
  . {
     $a = new-object Collections.ArrayList
     $a.Add(5)
     $a.Add('next 5')
  } | Out-Null
  $a
}
$x = GetList

Output from $a.Add is not returned -- that holds for all $a.Add method calls. Otherwise you would need to prepend [void] before each the call.

In simple cases I would go with [void]$a.Add because it is quite clear that output will not be used and is discarded.

How can I send a file document to the printer and have it print?

I know the tag says Windows Forms... but, if anyone is interested in a WPF application method, System.Printing works like a charm.

var file = File.ReadAllBytes(pdfFilePath);
var printQueue = LocalPrintServer.GetDefaultPrintQueue();

using (var job = printQueue.AddJob())
using (var stream = job.JobStream)
{
    stream.Write(file, 0, file.Length);
}

Just remember to include System.Printing reference, if it's not already included. Now, this method does not play well with ASP.NET or Windows Service. It should not be used with Windows Forms, as it has System.Drawing.Printing. I don't have a single issue with my PDF printing using the above code.

I should mention, however, that if your printer does not support Direct Print for PDF file format, you're out of luck with this method.

How to use particular CSS styles based on screen size / device

@media queries serve this purpose. Here's an example:

@media only screen and (max-width: 991px) and (min-width: 769px){
 /* CSS that should be displayed if width is equal to or less than 991px and larger 
  than 768px goes here */
}

@media only screen and (max-width: 991px){
 /* CSS that should be displayed if width is equal to or less than 991px goes here */
}

enum - getting value of enum on string conversion

I implemented access using the following

class D(Enum):
    x = 1
    y = 2

    def __str__(self):
        return '%s' % self.value

now I can just do

print(D.x) to get 1 as result.

You can also use self.name in case you wanted to print x instead of 1.

How to Convert UTC Date To Local time Zone in MySql Select Query

In my case, where the timezones are not available on the server, this works great:

SELECT CONVERT_TZ(`date_field`,'+00:00',@@global.time_zone) FROM `table`

Note: global.time_zone uses the server timezone. You have to make sure, that it has the desired timezone!

How to convert integer to char in C?

To convert integer to char only 0 to 9 will be converted. As we know 0's ASCII value is 48 so we have to add its value to the integer value to convert in into the desired character hence

int i=5;
char c = i+'0';

Display PDF file inside my android application

I do not think that you can do this easily. you should consider this answer here:

How can I display a pdf document into a Webview?

basically you'll be able to see a pdf if it is hosted online via google documents, but not if you have it in your device (you'll need a standalone reader for that)

Retain precision with double in Java

Short answer: Always use BigDecimal and make sure you are using the constructor with String argument, not the double one.

Back to your example, the following code will print 11.4, as you wish.

public class doublePrecision {
    public static void main(String[] args) {
      BigDecimal total = new BigDecimal("0");
      total = total.add(new BigDecimal("5.6"));
      total = total.add(new BigDecimal("5.8"));
      System.out.println(total);
    }
}

What is bootstrapping?

Alex, it's pretty much what your computer does when it boots up. ('Booting' a computer actually comes from the word bootstrapping)

Initially, the small program in your BIOS runs. That contains enough machine code to load and run a larger, more complex program.

That second program is probably something like NTLDR (in Windows) or LILO (in Linux), which then executes and is able to load, then run, the rest of the operating system.

How to write and read java serialized objects into a file

I think you have to write each object to an own File or you have to split the one when reading it. You may also try to serialize your list and retrieve that when deserializing.

Div Background Image Z-Index Issue

To solve the issue, you are using the z-index on the footer and header, but you forgot about the position, if a z-index is to be used, the element must have a position:

Add to your footer and header this CSS:

position: relative; 

EDITED:

Also noticed that the background image on the #backstretch has a negative z-index, don't use that, some browsers get really weird...

Remove From the #backstretch:

z-index: -999999;

Read a little bit about Z-Index here!

How do I format {{$timestamp}} as MM/DD/YYYY in Postman?

My solution is similar to Payam's, except I am using

//older code
//postman.setGlobalVariable("currentDate", new Date().toLocaleDateString());
pm.globals.set("currentDate", new Date().toLocaleDateString());

If you hit the "3 dots" on the folder and click "Edit"

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Then set Pre-Request Scripts for the all calls, so the global variable is always available.

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Valid characters of a hostname?

If you're registering a domain and the termination (ex .com) it is not IDN, as Aaron Hathaway said: Hostnames are composed of series of labels concatenated with dots, as are all domain names. For example, en.wikipedia.org is a hostname. Each label must be between 1 and 63 characters long, and the entire hostname (including the delimiting dots but not a trailing dot) has a maximum of 253 ASCII characters.

The Internet standards (Requests for Comments) for protocols mandate that component hostname labels may contain only the ASCII letters a through z (in a case-insensitive manner), the digits 0 through 9, and the hyphen -. The original specification of hostnames in RFC 952, mandated that labels could not start with a digit or with a hyphen, and must not end with a hyphen. However, a subsequent specification (RFC 1123) permitted hostname labels to start with digits. No other symbols, punctuation characters, or white space are permitted.

Later, Spain with it's .es, .com.es, .org.es, .nom,es, .gob.es and .edu.es introduced IDN tlds, if your tld is one of .es or any other that supports it, any character can be used, but you can't combine alphabets like Latin, Greek or Cyril in one hostname, and that it respects the things that can't go at the start or at the end.

If you're using non-registered tlds, just for local networking, like with local DNS or with hosts files, you can treat them all as IDN.

Keep in mind some programs could not work well, especially old, outdated and unpopular ones.

How do you get the width and height of a multi-dimensional array?

Use GetLength(), rather than Length.

int rowsOrHeight = ary.GetLength(0);
int colsOrWidth = ary.GetLength(1);

java.lang.OutOfMemoryError: bitmap size exceeds VM budget - Android

Following points really helped me a lot. There might be other points too, but these are very crucial:

  1. Use application context(instead of activity.this) where ever possible.
  2. Stop and release your threads in onPause() method of activity
  3. Release your views / callbacks in onDestroy() method of activity

When to use: Java 8+ interface default method, vs. abstract method

As mentioned in other answers, the ability to add implementation to an interface was added in order to provide backward compatibility in the Collections framework. I would argue that providing backward compatibility is potentially the only good reason for adding implementation to an interface.

Otherwise, if you add implementation to an interface, you are breaking the fundamental law for why interfaces were added in the first place. Java is a single inheritance language, unlike C++ which allows for multiple inheritance. Interfaces provide the typing benefits that come with a language that supports multiple inheritance without introducing the problems that come with multiple inheritance.

More specifically, Java only allows single inheritance of an implementation, but it does allow multiple inheritance of interfaces. For example, the following is valid Java code:

class MyObject extends String implements Runnable, Comparable { ... }

MyObject inherits only one implementation, but it inherits three contracts.

Java passed on multiple inheritance of implementation because multiple inheritance of implementation comes with a host of thorny problems, which are outside the scope of this answer. Interfaces were added to allow multiple inheritance of contracts (aka interfaces) without the problems of multiple inheritance of implementation.

To support my point, here is a quote from Ken Arnold and James Gosling from the book The Java Programming Language, 4th edition:

Single inheritance precludes some useful and correct designs. The problems of multiple inheritance arise from multiple inheritance of implementation, but in many cases multiple inheritance is used to inherit a number of abstract contracts and perhaps one concrete implementation. Providing a means to inherit an abstract contract without inheriting an implementation allows the typing benefits of multiple inheritance without the problems of multiple implementation inheritance. The inheritance of an abstract contract is termed interface inheritance. The Java programming language supports interface inheritance by allowing you to declare an interface type

Winforms issue - Error creating window handle

Have you run Process Explorer or the Windows Task Manager to look at the GDI Objects, Handles, Threads and USER objects? If not, select those columns to be viewed (Task Manager choose View->Select Columns... Then run your app and take a look at those columns for that app and see if one of those is growing really large.

It might be that you've got UI components that you think are cleaned up but haven't been Disposed.

Here's a link about this that might be helpful.

Good Luck!

How to show first commit by 'git log'?

git log $(git log --pretty=format:%H|tail -1)

Adding a new SQL column with a default value

ALTER TABLE my_table ADD COLUMN new_field TinyInt(1) DEFAULT 0;

Python regular expressions return true/false

Here is my method:

import re
# Compile
p = re.compile(r'hi')
# Match and print
print bool(p.match("abcdefghijkl"))

How can I unstage my files again after making a local commit?

git reset --soft HEAD~1 should do what you want. After this, you'll have the first changes in the index (visible with git diff --cached), and your newest changes not staged. git status will then look like this:

# On branch master
# Changes to be committed:
#   (use "git reset HEAD <file>..." to unstage)
#
#       modified:   foo.java
#
# Changes not staged for commit:
#   (use "git add <file>..." to update what will be committed)
#   (use "git checkout -- <file>..." to discard changes in working directory)
#
#       modified:   foo.java
#

You can then do git add foo.java and commit both changes at once.

The use of Swift 3 @objc inference in Swift 4 mode is deprecated?

- What is @objc inference? What is going on?

In Swift 3, the compiler infers @objc in a number of places so you wouldn't have to. In other words, it makes sure to add @objc for you!

In Swift 4, the compiler no longer does this (as much). You now must add @objc explicitly.

By default, if you have a pre-Swift 4 project, you will get warnings about this. In a Swift 4 project, you will get build errors. This is controlled via the SWIFT_SWIFT3_OBJC_INFERENCE build setting. In a pre-Swift 4 project this is set to On. I would recommend to set this to Default (or Off), which is now the default option on a new project.

It will take some time to convert everything, but since it's the default for Swift 4, it's worth doing it.

- How do I stop the compiler warnings/errors?

There are two ways to go about converting your code so the compiler doesn't complain.

One is to use @objc on each function or variable that needs to be exposed to the Objective-C runtime:

@objc func foo() {

}

The other is to use @objcMembers by a Class declaration. This makes sure to automatically add @objc to ALL the functions and variables in the class. This is the easy way, but it has a cost, for example, it can increase the size of your application by exposing functions that did not need to be exposed.

@objcMembers class Test {

}

- What is @objc and why is it necessary?

If you introduce new methods or variables to a Swift class, marking them as @objc exposes them to the Objective-C runtime. This is necessary when you have Objective-C code that uses your Swift class, or, if you are using Objective-C-type features like Selectors. For example, the target-action pattern: button.addTarget(self, action:#selector(didPressButton), for:.touchUpInside)

- Why would I not mark everything @objc?

There are negatives that come with marking something as @objc:

  • Increased application binary size
  • No function overloading

Please keep in mind that this is a very high-level summary and that it is more complicated than I wrote. I would recommend reading the actual proposal for more information.

Sources:

How to import NumPy in the Python shell

The message is fairly self-explanatory; your working directory should not be the NumPy source directory when you invoke Python; NumPy should be installed and your working directory should be anything but the directory where it lives.

What is an uber jar?

ubar jar is also known as fat jar i.e. jar with dependencies.
There are three common methods for constructing an uber jar:

  1. Unshaded: Unpack all JAR files, then repack them into a single JAR. Works with Java's default class loader. Tools maven-assembly-plugin
  2. Shaded: Same as unshaded, but rename (i.e., "shade") all packages of all dependencies. Works with Java's default class loader. Avoids some (not all) dependency version clashes. Tools maven-shade-plugin
  3. JAR of JARs: The final JAR file contains the other JAR files embedded within. Avoids dependency version clashes. All resource files are preserved. Tools: Eclipse JAR File Exporter

for more

getting "No column was specified for column 2 of 'd'" in sql server cte?

Msg 8155, Level 16, State 2, Line 1 No column was specified for column 1 of 'd'. Msg 8155, Level 16, State 2, Line 1 No column was specified for column 2 of 'd'. ANSWER:

ROUND(AVG(CAST(column_name AS FLOAT)), 2) as column_name

phpmyadmin #1045 Cannot log in to the MySQL server. after installing mysql command line client

In case MySQL Server is up but you are still getting the error:

For anyone who still have this issue, I followed awesome tutorial http://coolestguidesontheplanet.com/get-apache-mysql-php-phpmyadmin-working-osx-10-9-mavericks/

However i still got #1045 error. What really did the trick was to change localhost to 127.0.0.1 at your config.inc.php. Why was it failing if locahost points to 127.0.0.1? I don't know. But it worked.

===== EDIT =====

Long story short, it is because of permissions in mysql. It may be set to accept connections from 127.0.0.1 but not from localhost.

The actual answer for why this isn't responding is here: https://serverfault.com/a/297310

What does template <unsigned int N> mean?

A template class is like a macro, only a whole lot less evil.

Think of a template as a macro. The parameters to the template get substituted into a class (or function) definition, when you define a class (or function) using a template.

The difference is that the parameters have "types" and values passed are checked during compilation, like parameters to functions. The types valid are your regular C++ types, like int and char. When you instantiate a template class, you pass a value of the type you specified, and in a new copy of the template class definition this value gets substituted in wherever the parameter name was in the original definition. Just like a macro.

You can also use the "class" or "typename" types for parameters (they're really the same). With a parameter of one of these types, you may pass a type name instead of a value. Just like before, everywhere the parameter name was in the template class definition, as soon as you create a new instance, becomes whatever type you pass. This is the most common use for a template class; Everybody that knows anything about C++ templates knows how to do this.

Consider this template class example code:

#include <cstdio>
template <int I>
class foo
{
  void print()
  {
    printf("%i", I);
  }
};

int main()
{
  foo<26> f;
  f.print();
  return 0;
}

It's functionally the same as this macro-using code:

#include <cstdio>
#define MAKE_A_FOO(I) class foo_##I \
{ \
  void print() \
  { \
    printf("%i", I); \
  } \
};

MAKE_A_FOO(26)

int main()
{
  foo_26 f;
  f.print();
  return 0;
}

Of course, the template version is a billion times safer and more flexible.

How can I change from SQL Server Windows mode to mixed mode (SQL Server 2008)?

  1. Open up SQL Server Management Studio and connect to your database server.
  2. Right Click The Database Server and click Properties.
  3. Set the Server Authentication to SQL Server and Windows Authentication Mode.

How to detect if numpy is installed

You can try importing them and then handle the ImportError if the module doesn't exist.

try:
    import numpy
except ImportError:
    print "numpy is not installed"

Python using enumerate inside list comprehension

Here's a way to do it:

>>> mylist = ['a', 'b', 'c', 'd']
>>> [item for item in enumerate(mylist)]
[(0, 'a'), (1, 'b'), (2, 'c'), (3, 'd')]

Alternatively, you can do:

>>> [(i, j) for i, j in enumerate(mylist)]
[(0, 'a'), (1, 'b'), (2, 'c'), (3, 'd')]

The reason you got an error was that you were missing the () around i and j to make it a tuple.

ECONNREFUSED error when connecting to mongodb from node.js

I also got stucked with same problem so I fixed it like this :

If you are running mongo and nodejs in docker container or in docker compose

so replace localhost with mongo (which is container name in docker in my case) something like this below in your nodejs mongo connection file.

var mongoURI = "mongodb://mongo:27017/<nodejs_container_name>";

Laravel - Pass more than one variable to view

This Answer seems to be

bit helpful while declaring the large numbe of variable in the function

Laravel 5.7.*

For Example

public function index()
{
    $activePost = Post::where('status','=','active')->get()->count();

    $inActivePost = Post::where('status','=','inactive')->get()->count();

    $yesterdayPostActive = Post::whereDate('created_at', Carbon::now()->addDay(-1))->get()->count();

    $todayPostActive = Post::whereDate('created_at', Carbon::now()->addDay(0))->get()->count();

    return view('dashboard.index')->with('activePost',$activePost)->with('inActivePost',$inActivePost )->with('yesterdayPostActive',$yesterdayPostActive )->with('todayPostActive',$todayPostActive );
}

When you see the last line of the returns it not looking good

When You Project is Getting Larger its not good

So

public function index()
    {
        $activePost = Post::where('status','=','active')->get()->count();

        $inActivePost = Post::where('status','=','inactive')->get()->count();

        $yesterdayPostActive = Post::whereDate('created_at', Carbon::now()->addDay(-1))->get()->count();

        $todayPostActive = Post::whereDate('created_at', Carbon::now()->addDay(0))->get()->count();

        $viewShareVars = ['activePost','inActivePost','yesterdayPostActive','todayPostActive'];

        return view('dashboard.index',compact($viewShareVars));
    }

As You see all the variables as declared as array of $viewShareVars and Accessed in View

But My Function Becomes very Larger so i have decided to make the line as very simple

public function index()
    {
        $activePost = Post::where('status','=','active')->get()->count();

        $inActivePost = Post::where('status','=','inactive')->get()->count();

        $yesterdayPostActive = Post::whereDate('created_at', Carbon::now()->addDay(-1))->get()->count();

        $todayPostActive = Post::whereDate('created_at', Carbon::now()->addDay(0))->get()->count();

        $viewShareVars = array_keys(get_defined_vars());

        return view('dashboard.index',compact($viewShareVars));
    }

the native php function get_defined_vars() get all the defined variables from the function

and array_keys will grab the variable names

so in your view you can access all the declared variable inside the function

as {{$todayPostActive}}

check if "it's a number" function in Oracle

Assuming that the ID column in myTable is not declared as a NUMBER (which seems like an odd choice and likely to be problematic), you can write a function that tries to convert the (presumably VARCHAR2) ID to a number, catches the exception, and returns a 'Y' or an 'N'. Something like

CREATE OR REPLACE FUNCTION is_number( p_str IN VARCHAR2 )
  RETURN VARCHAR2 DETERMINISTIC PARALLEL_ENABLE
IS
  l_num NUMBER;
BEGIN
  l_num := to_number( p_str );
  RETURN 'Y';
EXCEPTION
  WHEN value_error THEN
    RETURN 'N';
END is_number;

You can then embed that call in a query, i.e.

SELECT (CASE WHEN is_number( myTable.id ) = 'Y' AND myTable.id > 0 
               THEN 'Number > 0'
             ELSE 'Something else'
         END) some_alias
  FROM myTable

Note that although PL/SQL has a boolean data type, SQL does not. So while you can declare a function that returns a boolean, you cannot use such a function in a SQL query.

How to select last one week data from today's date

to select records for the last 7 days

WHERE Created_Date >= DATEADD(day, -7, GETDATE())

to select records for the current week

SET DATEFIRST 1 -- Define beginning of week as Monday
SELECT * FROM
WHERE CreatedDate >= DATEADD(day, 1 - DATEPART(dw, GETDATE()), CONVERT(DATE, GETDATE())) 
  AND CreatedDate <  DATEADD(day, 8 - DATEPART(dw, GETDATE()), CONVERT(DATE, GETDATE()))

if you want to select records for last week instead of the last 7 days

SET DATEFIRST 1 -- Define beginning of week as Monday
SELECT * FROM  
WHERE CreatedDate >= DATEADD(day, -(DATEPART(dw, GETDATE()) + 6), CONVERT(DATE, GETDATE())) 
  AND CreatedDate <  DATEADD(day, 1 - DATEPART(dw, GETDATE()), CONVERT(DATE, GETDATE()))

How to include view/partial specific styling in AngularJS

If you only need your CSS to be applied to one specific view, I'm using this handy snippet inside my controller:

$("body").addClass("mystate");

$scope.$on("$destroy", function() {
  $("body").removeClass("mystate"); 
});

This will add a class to my body tag when the state loads, and remove it when the state is destroyed (i.e. someone changes pages). This solves my related problem of only needing CSS to be applied to one state in my application.

Writelines writes lines without newline, Just fills the file

As we have well established here, writelines does not append the newlines for you. But, what everyone seems to be missing, is that it doesn't have to when used as a direct "counterpart" for readlines() and the initial read persevered the newlines!

When you open a file for reading in binary mode (via 'rb'), then use readlines() to fetch the file contents into memory, split by line, the newlines remain attached to the end of your lines! So, if you then subsequently write them back, you don't likely want writelines to append anything!

So if, you do something like:

with open('test.txt','rb') as f: lines=f.readlines()
with open('test.txt','wb') as f: f.writelines(lines)

You should end up with the same file content you started with.