Programs & Examples On #Unlock

How to force delete a file?

You have to close that application first. There is no way to delete it, if it's used by some application.

UnLock IT is a neat utility that helps you to take control of any file or folder when it is locked by some application or system. For every locked resource, you get a list of locking processes and can unlock it by terminating those processes. EMCO Unlock IT offers Windows Explorer integration that allows unlocking files and folders by one click in the context menu.

There's also Unlocker (not recommended, see Warning below), which is a free tool which helps locate any file locking handles running, and give you the option to turn it off. Then you can go ahead and do anything you want with those files.

Warning: The installer includes a lot of undesirable stuff. You're almost certainly better off with UnLock IT.

how to do "press enter to exit" in batch

@echo off
echo somethink
echo Press enter to exit
set /p input=

What is the difference between atan and atan2 in C++?

Another thing to mention is that atan2 is more stable when computing tangents using an expression like atan(y / x) and x is 0 or close to 0.

Using Laravel Homestead: 'no input file specified'

I had the same issues

But forgot that the specs said the configuration file would be located at

~/.homestead/Homestead.yaml and was updating ~/Homestead/src/stubs/Homestead.yaml

So the FIX was to update the Homestead.yaml located here at

~/.homestead/Homestead.yaml

Before

sites: - map: homestead.app to: /home/vagrant/Laravel/public

After

sites: - map: homestead.app to: /home/vagrant/Code/mysitename/public

Then I ran
vagrant up --provision

Hope this works for anyone else.

How to change password using TortoiseSVN?

Password changes are handled by the subversion server administrator. As a user there is no password change option.

Check with your server admin.

If you are the admin, find your SVN Server installation. If you don't know where it is, it could be listed in Start->Programs, running under services in Start->Control Panel->Services or it could be listed under C:\Program Files.

The SVN Server should have an application to run to add/change/delete authentication and users.

Python's time.clock() vs. time.time() accuracy?

The short answer is: most of the time time.clock() will be better. However, if you're timing some hardware (for example some algorithm you put in the GPU), then time.clock() will get rid of this time and time.time() is the only solution left.

Note: whatever the method used, the timing will depend on factors you cannot control (when will the process switch, how often, ...), this is worse with time.time() but exists also with time.clock(), so you should never run one timing test only, but always run a series of test and look at mean/variance of the times.

Javascript (+) sign concatenates instead of giving sum of variables

One place the parentheses suggestion fails is if say both numbers are HTML input variables. Say a and b are variables and one receives their values as follows (I am no HTML expert but my son ran into this and there was no parentheses solution i.e.

  • HTML inputs were intended numerical values for variables a and b, so say the inputs were 2 and 3.
  • Following gave string concatenation outputs: a+b displayed 23; +a+b displayed 23; (a)+(b) displayed 23;
  • From suggestions above we tried successfully : Number(a)+Number(b) displayed 5; parseInt(a) + parseInt(b) displayed 5.

Thanks for the help just an FYI - was very confusing and I his Dad got yelled at 'that is was Blogger.com's fault" - no it's a feature of HTML input default combined with the 'addition' operator, when they occur together, the default left-justified interpretation of all and any input variable is that of a string, and hence the addition operator acts naturally in its dual / parallel role now as a concatenation operator since as you folks explained above it is left-justification type of interpretation protocol in Java and Java script thereafter. Very interesting fact. You folks offered up the solution, I am adding the detail for others who run into this.

Java SSLException: hostname in certificate didn't match

Updating the java version from 1.8.0_40 to 1.8.0_181 resolved the issue.

How to efficiently calculate a running standard deviation?

Perhaps not what you were asking, but ... If you use a numpy array, it will do the work for you, efficiently:

from numpy import array

nums = array(((0.01, 0.01, 0.02, 0.04, 0.03),
              (0.00, 0.02, 0.02, 0.03, 0.02),
              (0.01, 0.02, 0.02, 0.03, 0.02),
              (0.01, 0.00, 0.01, 0.05, 0.03)))

print nums.std(axis=1)
# [ 0.0116619   0.00979796  0.00632456  0.01788854]

print nums.mean(axis=1)
# [ 0.022  0.018  0.02   0.02 ]

By the way, there's some interesting discussion in this blog post and comments on one-pass methods for computing means and variances:

Intent.putExtra List

 //To send from the activity that is calling another activity via myIntent

    myIntent.putExtra("id","10");
    startActivity(myIntent);

    //To receive from another Activity

            Bundle bundle = getIntent().getExtras();
            String id=bundle.getString("id");

What is the proper way to format a multi-line dict in Python?

Since your keys are strings and since we are talking about readability, I prefer :

mydict = dict(
    key1 = 1,
    key2 = 2,
    key3 = 3
)

GIT commit as different user without email / or only email

An alternative if the concern is to hide the real email address...If you are committing to Github you don't need a real email you can use <username>@users.noreply.github.com

Regardless of using Github or not, you probably first want change your committer details (on windows use SET GIT_...)

GIT_COMMITTER_NAME='username' 
GIT_COMMITTER_EMAIL='[email protected]'

Then set the author

git commit --author="username <[email protected]>"

https://help.github.com/articles/keeping-your-email-address-private

Set background colour of cell to RGB value of data in cell

Cells cannot be changed from within a VBA function used as a worksheet formula. Except via this workaround...

Put this function into a new module:

Function SetRGB(x As Range, R As Byte, G As Byte, B As Byte)
  On Error Resume Next
  x.Interior.Color = RGB(R, G, B)
  x.Font.Color = IIf(0.299 * R + 0.587 * G + 0.114 * B < 128, vbWhite, vbBlack)
End Function

Then use this formula in your sheet, for example in cell D2:

=HYPERLINK(SetRGB(D2;A2;B2;C2);"HOVER!")

Once you hover the mouse over the cell (try it!), the background color updates to the RGB taken from cells A2 to C2. The font color is a contrasting white or black.

How to count the occurrence of certain item in an ndarray?

take advantage of the methods offered by a Series:

>>> import pandas as pd
>>> y = [0, 0, 0, 1, 0, 1, 1, 0, 0, 0, 0, 1]
>>> pd.Series(y).value_counts()
0    8
1    4
dtype: int64

Regular expression to return text between parenthesis

If you want to find all occurences:

>>> re.findall('\(.*?\)',s)
[u"(date='2/xc2/xb2',time='/case/test.png')", u'(eee)']

>>> re.findall('\((.*?)\)',s)
[u"date='2/xc2/xb2',time='/case/test.png'", u'eee']

Could not load file or assembly 'System.Data.SQLite'

As someone who's had to deal with quite a few bug reports on Roadkill Wiki with exactly the same issue, this is what you need to do:

  • Are you using x64 or x86? Sqlite comes with DLLs for separate architectures - copy the right one to your bin folder, there are two DLLS for the official provider: System.Data.SQLite.dll System.Data.SQLite.Linq.dll
  • If you can't be bothered hunting around for these assemblies, enable 32 bit mode for your App Pool (a solution for dev machines only usually)
  • If you're hosting on a server, you'll need the Microsoft C++ Runtime redistributable - it's not installed on Server 2008 R2 by default. x64 version, x86 version

It's a real pain in the ass how many hoops you have to jump through when re-distributing the SQLite .NET binaries, my solution for Roadkill in the end was to copy the correct binaries to the ~/bin folder based on the architecture your using. Unfortunately that doesn't solve the C++ runtime issue.

How can I change the text color with jQuery?

Or you may do the following

$(this).animate({color:'black'},1000);

But you need to download the color plugin from here.

how to configure hibernate config file for sql server

Don't forget to enable tcp/ip connections in SQL SERVER Configuration tools

How to auto-size an iFrame?

My workaround is to set the iframe the height/width well over any anticipated source page size in CSS & the background property to transparent.

In the iframe set allow-transparency to true and scrolling to no.

The only thing visible will be whatever source file you use. It works in IE8, Firefox 3, & Safari.

sed with literal string--not input file

My version using variables in a bash script:

Find any backslashes and replace with forward slashes:

input="This has a backslash \\"

output=$(echo "$input" | sed 's,\\,/,g')

echo "$output"

Displaying all table names in php from MySQL database

//list_tables means database all table

$tables = $this->db->list_tables();
foreach ($tables as $table)
{
  echo $table;
}

How to get full file path from file name?

private const string BulkSetPriceFile = "test.txt";
...
var fullname = Path.GetFullPath(BulkSetPriceFile);

Convert hex string (char []) to int?

Try below block of code, its working for me.

char *p = "0x820";
uint16_t intVal;
sscanf(p, "%x", &intVal);

printf("value x: %x - %d", intVal, intVal);

Output is:

value x: 820 - 2080

How to strip HTML tags with jQuery?

Use the .text() function:

var text = $("<p> example ive got a string</P>").text();

Update: As Brilliand points out below, if the input string does not contain any tags and you are unlucky enough, it might be treated as a CSS selector. So this version is more robust:

var text = $("<div/>").html("<p> example ive got a string</P>").text();

Round up value to nearest whole number in SQL UPDATE

You could use the ceiling function; this portion of SQL code :

select ceiling(45.01), ceiling(45.49), ceiling(45.99);

will get you "46" each time.

For your update, so, I'd say :

Update product SET price = ceiling(45.01)

BTW : On MySQL, ceil is an alias to ceiling ; not sure about other DB systems, so you might have to use one or the other, depending on the DB you are using...

Quoting the documentation :

CEILING(X)

Returns the smallest integer value not less than X.

And the given example :

mysql> SELECT CEILING(1.23);
        -> 2
mysql> SELECT CEILING(-1.23);
        -> -1

excel formula to subtract number of days from a date

Say the 1st date is in A1 cell & the 2nd date is in B1 cell

Make sure that the cell type of both A1 & B1 is DATE.
Then simply put the following formula in C1:

=A1-B1

The result of this formula may look funny to you. Then Change the Cell type of C1 to GENERAL.

It will give you the difference in Days.

You can also use this formula to get the remaining days of year or change the formula as you need:

=365-(A1-B1)

MySql with JAVA error. The last packet sent successfully to the server was 0 milliseconds ago

The problem is mostly due to a MySQL service that is not running, so make sure it is. If it isn't, run this CMD with administrator privilege in order to start it:

sc start [Your MySQL Service name]

Connecting to remote URL which requires authentication using Java

Use this code for basic authentication.

_x000D_
_x000D_
URL url = new URL(path);_x000D_
String userPass = "username:password";_x000D_
String basicAuth = "Basic " + Base64.encodeToString(userPass.getBytes(), Base64.DEFAULT);//or_x000D_
//String basicAuth = "Basic " + new String(Base64.encode(userPass.getBytes(), Base64.No_WRAP));_x000D_
HttpURLConnection urlConnection = (HttpURLConnection)url.openConnection();_x000D_
urlConnection.setRequestProperty("Authorization", basicAuth);_x000D_
urlConnection.connect();
_x000D_
_x000D_
_x000D_

Select all columns except one in MySQL?

My main problem is the many columns I get when joining tables. While this is not the answer to your question (how to select all but certain columns from one table), I think it is worth mentioning that you can specify table. to get all columns from a particular table, instead of just specifying .

Here is an example of how this could be very useful:

select users.*, phone.meta_value as phone, zipcode.meta_value as zipcode

from users

left join user_meta as phone
on ( (users.user_id = phone.user_id) AND (phone.meta_key = 'phone') )

left join user_meta as zipcode
on ( (users.user_id = zipcode.user_id) AND (zipcode.meta_key = 'zipcode') )

The result is all the columns from the users table, and two additional columns which were joined from the meta table.

Does static constexpr variable inside a function make sense?

In addition to given answer, it's worth noting that compiler is not required to initialize constexpr variable at compile time, knowing that the difference between constexpr and static constexpr is that to use static constexpr you ensure the variable is initialized only once.

Following code demonstrates how constexpr variable is initialized multiple times (with same value though), while static constexpr is surely initialized only once.

In addition the code compares the advantage of constexpr against const in combination with static.

#include <iostream>
#include <string>
#include <cassert>
#include <sstream>

const short const_short = 0;
constexpr short constexpr_short = 0;

// print only last 3 address value numbers
const short addr_offset = 3;

// This function will print name, value and address for given parameter
void print_properties(std::string ref_name, const short* param, short offset)
{
    // determine initial size of strings
    std::string title = "value \\ address of ";
    const size_t ref_size = ref_name.size();
    const size_t title_size = title.size();
    assert(title_size > ref_size);

    // create title (resize)
    title.append(ref_name);
    title.append(" is ");
    title.append(title_size - ref_size, ' ');

    // extract last 'offset' values from address
    std::stringstream addr;
    addr << param;
    const std::string addr_str = addr.str();
    const size_t addr_size = addr_str.size();
    assert(addr_size - offset > 0);

    // print title / ref value / address at offset
    std::cout << title << *param << " " << addr_str.substr(addr_size - offset) << std::endl;
}

// here we test initialization of const variable (runtime)
void const_value(const short counter)
{
    static short temp = const_short;
    const short const_var = ++temp;
    print_properties("const", &const_var, addr_offset);

    if (counter)
        const_value(counter - 1);
}

// here we test initialization of static variable (runtime)
void static_value(const short counter)
{
    static short temp = const_short;
    static short static_var = ++temp;
    print_properties("static", &static_var, addr_offset);

    if (counter)
        static_value(counter - 1);
}

// here we test initialization of static const variable (runtime)
void static_const_value(const short counter)
{
    static short temp = const_short;
    static const short static_var = ++temp;
    print_properties("static const", &static_var, addr_offset);

    if (counter)
        static_const_value(counter - 1);
}

// here we test initialization of constexpr variable (compile time)
void constexpr_value(const short counter)
{
    constexpr short constexpr_var = constexpr_short;
    print_properties("constexpr", &constexpr_var, addr_offset);

    if (counter)
        constexpr_value(counter - 1);
}

// here we test initialization of static constexpr variable (compile time)
void static_constexpr_value(const short counter)
{
    static constexpr short static_constexpr_var = constexpr_short;
    print_properties("static constexpr", &static_constexpr_var, addr_offset);

    if (counter)
        static_constexpr_value(counter - 1);
}

// final test call this method from main()
void test_static_const()
{
    constexpr short counter = 2;

    const_value(counter);
    std::cout << std::endl;

    static_value(counter);
    std::cout << std::endl;

    static_const_value(counter);
    std::cout << std::endl;

    constexpr_value(counter);
    std::cout << std::endl;

    static_constexpr_value(counter);
    std::cout << std::endl;
}

Possible program output:

value \ address of const is               1 564
value \ address of const is               2 3D4
value \ address of const is               3 244

value \ address of static is              1 C58
value \ address of static is              1 C58
value \ address of static is              1 C58

value \ address of static const is        1 C64
value \ address of static const is        1 C64
value \ address of static const is        1 C64

value \ address of constexpr is           0 564
value \ address of constexpr is           0 3D4
value \ address of constexpr is           0 244

value \ address of static constexpr is    0 EA0
value \ address of static constexpr is    0 EA0
value \ address of static constexpr is    0 EA0

As you can see yourself constexpr is initilized multiple times (address is not the same) while static keyword ensures that initialization is performed only once.

PHP remove commas from numeric strings

Not tested, but probably something like if(preg_match("/^[0-9,]+$/", $a)) $a = str_replace(...)


Do it the other way around:

$a = "1,435";
$b = str_replace( ',', '', $a );

if( is_numeric( $b ) ) {
    $a = $b;
}

The easiest would be:

$var = intval(preg_replace('/[^\d.]/', '', $var));

or if you need float:

$var = floatval(preg_replace('/[^\d.]/', '', $var));

Returning an empty array

A different way to return an empty array is to use a constant as all empty arrays of a given type are the same.

private static final File[] NO_FILES = {};
private static File[] bar(){
    return NO_FILES;
}

Can I run CUDA on Intel's integrated graphics processor?

If you're interested in learning a language which supports massive parallelism better go for OpenCL since you don't have an NVIDIA GPU. You can run OpenCL on Intel CPUs, but at best you can learn to program SIMDs. Optimization on CPU and GPU are different. I really don't think you can use Intel card for GPGPU.

How to assign string to bytes array

Go, convert a string to a bytes slice

You need a fast way to convert a []string to []byte type. To use in situations such as storing text data into a random access file or other type of data manipulation that requires the input data to be in []byte type.

package main

func main() {

    var s string

    //...

    b := []byte(s)

    //...
}

which is useful when using ioutil.WriteFile, which accepts a bytes slice as its data parameter:

WriteFile func(filename string, data []byte, perm os.FileMode) error

Another example

package main

import (
    "fmt"
    "strings"
)

func main() {

    stringSlice := []string{"hello", "world"}

    stringByte := strings.Join(stringSlice, " ")

    // Byte array value
    fmt.Println([]byte(stringByte))

    // Corresponding string value
    fmt.Println(string([]byte(stringByte)))
}

Output:

[104 101 108 108 111 32 119 111 114 108 100] hello world

Please check the link playground

How to connect PHP with Microsoft Access database

If you are struggling with the connection in the XAMPP environment I suggest uncommenting the following entry in the php.ini file.

extension = odbc

I received an error without it: Uncaught pdoexception: could not find driver

Using 24 hour time in bootstrap timepicker

It looks like you have to set the option for the format with data-date-*. This example works for me with 24h support.

<div class="form-group">
    <div class="input-group date timepicker"
        data-date-format="HH:mm"
        data-date-useseconds="false"
        data-date-pickDate="false">

        <input type="text" name="" />
        <div class="input-group-addon">
            <i class="fa fa-clock-o"></i>
        </div>
    </div>
</div>

Print new output on same line

From help(print):

Help on built-in function print in module builtins:

print(...)
    print(value, ..., sep=' ', end='\n', file=sys.stdout)

    Prints the values to a stream, or to sys.stdout by default.
    Optional keyword arguments:
    file: a file-like object (stream); defaults to the current sys.stdout.
    sep:  string inserted between values, default a space.
    end:  string appended after the last value, default a newline.

You can use the end keyword:

>>> for i in range(1, 11):
...     print(i, end='')
... 
12345678910>>> 

Note that you'll have to print() the final newline yourself. BTW, you won't get "12345678910" in Python 2 with the trailing comma, you'll get 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 instead.

XOR operation with two strings in java

Note: this only works for low characters i.e. below 0x8000, This works for all ASCII characters.

I would do an XOR each charAt() to create a new String. Like

String s, key;

StringBuilder sb = new StringBuilder();
for(int i = 0; i < s.length(); i++)
    sb.append((char)(s.charAt(i) ^ key.charAt(i % key.length())));
String result = sb.toString();

In response to @user467257's comment

If your input/output is utf-8 and you xor "a" and "æ", you are left with an invalid utf-8 string consisting of one character (decimal 135, a continuation character).

It is the char values which are being xor'ed, but the byte values and this produces a character whichc an be UTF-8 encoded.

public static void main(String... args) throws UnsupportedEncodingException {
    char ch1 = 'a';
    char ch2 = 'æ';
    char ch3 = (char) (ch1 ^ ch2);
    System.out.println((int) ch3 + " UTF-8 encoded is " + Arrays.toString(String.valueOf(ch3).getBytes("UTF-8")));
}

prints

135 UTF-8 encoded is [-62, -121]

How can I add new dimensions to a Numpy array?

You could just create an array of the correct size up-front and fill it:

frames = np.empty((480, 640, 3, 100))

for k in xrange(nframes):
    frames[:,:,:,k] = cv2.imread('frame_{}.jpg'.format(k))

if the frames were individual jpg file that were named in some particular way (in the example, frame_0.jpg, frame_1.jpg, etc).

Just a note, you might consider using a (nframes, 480,640,3) shaped array, instead.

How to view user privileges using windows cmd?

Go to command prompt and enter the command,

net user <username>

Will show your local group memberships.

If you're on a domain, use localgroup instead:

net localgroup Administrators or net localgroup [Admin group name]

Check the list of local groups with localgroup on its own.

net localgroup

sql select with column name like

This will show you the table name and column name

select table_name,column_name from information_schema.columns
where column_name like '%breakfast%'

Generate a sequence of numbers in Python

This works by exploiting the % properties of the list rather than the increments.

for num in range(1,100):
    if num % 4 == 1 or num % 4 ==2:
        n.append(num)
        continue
    pass

SQL Server: the maximum number of rows in table

I have a three column table with just over 6 Billion rows in SQL Server 2008 R2.

We query it every day to create minute-by-minute system analysis charts for our customers. I have not noticed any database performance hits (though the fact that it grows ~1 GB every day does make managing backups a bit more involved than I would like).

Update July 2016

Row count

We made it to ~24.5 billion rows before backups became large enough for us to decide to truncate records older than two years (~700 GB stored in multiple backups, including on expensive tapes). It's worth noting that performance was not a significant motivator in this decision (i.e., it was still working great).

For anyone who finds themselves trying to delete 20 billion rows from SQL Server, I highly recommend this article. Relevant code in case the link dies (read the article for a full explanation):

ALTER DATABASE DeleteRecord SET RECOVERY SIMPLE;
GO

BEGIN TRY
    BEGIN TRANSACTION
        -- Bulk logged 
        SELECT  *
        INTO    dbo.bigtable_intermediate
        FROM    dbo.bigtable
        WHERE   Id % 2 = 0;

        -- minimal logged because DDL-Operation 
        TRUNCATE TABLE dbo.bigtable;  

        -- Bulk logged because target table is exclusivly locked! 
        SET IDENTITY_INSERT dbo.bigTable ON;
        INSERT INTO dbo.bigtable WITH (TABLOCK) (Id, c1, c2, c3)
        SELECT Id, c1, c2, c3 FROM dbo.bigtable_intermediate ORDER BY Id;
        SET IDENTITY_INSERT dbo.bigtable OFF;
    COMMIT
END TRY
BEGIN CATCH
    IF @@TRANCOUNT > 0
        ROLLBACK
END CATCH

ALTER DATABASE DeleteRecord SET RECOVERY FULL;
GO

Update November 2016

If you plan on storing this much data in a single table: don't. I highly recommend you consider table partitioning (either manually or with the built-in features if you're running Enterprise edition). This makes dropping old data as easy as truncating a table once a (week/month/etc.). If you don't have Enterprise (which we don't), you can simply write a script which runs once a month, drops tables older than 2 years, creates next month's table, and regenerates a dynamic view that joins all of the partition tables together for easy querying. Obviously "once a month" and "older than 2 years" should be defined by you based on what makes sense for your use-case. Deleting directly from a table with tens of billions of rows of data will a) take a HUGE amount of time and b) fill up the transaction log hundreds or thousands of times over.

How to set the maxAllowedContentLength to 500MB while running on IIS7?

IIS v10 (but this should be the same also for IIS 7.x)

Quick addition for people which are looking for respective max values

Max for maxAllowedContentLength is: UInt32.MaxValue 4294967295 bytes : ~4GB

Max for maxRequestLength is: Int32.MaxValue 2147483647 bytes : ~2GB

web.config

<?xml version="1.0" encoding="utf-8"?>
<configuration>
  <system.web>
    <!-- ~ 2GB -->
    <httpRuntime maxRequestLength="2147483647" />
  </system.web>
  <system.webServer>
    <security>
      <requestFiltering>
        <!-- ~ 4GB -->
        <requestLimits maxAllowedContentLength="4294967295" />
      </requestFiltering>
    </security>
  </system.webServer>
</configuration>

What is the best way to concatenate two vectors?

Based on Kiril V. Lyadvinsky answer, I made a new version. This snippet use template and overloading. With it, you can write vector3 = vector1 + vector2 and vector4 += vector3. Hope it can help.

template <typename T>
std::vector<T> operator+(const std::vector<T> &A, const std::vector<T> &B)
{
    std::vector<T> AB;
    AB.reserve(A.size() + B.size());                // preallocate memory
    AB.insert(AB.end(), A.begin(), A.end());        // add A;
    AB.insert(AB.end(), B.begin(), B.end());        // add B;
    return AB;
}

template <typename T>
std::vector<T> &operator+=(std::vector<T> &A, const std::vector<T> &B)
{
    A.reserve(A.size() + B.size());                // preallocate memory without erase original data
    A.insert(A.end(), B.begin(), B.end());         // add B;
    return A;                                        // here A could be named AB
}

Live Video Streaming with PHP

PHP will let you build the pages of your site that make up your video conferencing and chat applications, but it won't deliver or stream video for you - PHP runs on the server only and renders out HTML to a client browser.

For the video, the first thing you'll need is a live streaming account with someone like akamai or the numerous others in the field. Using this account gives you an ingress point for your video - ie: the server that you will stream your live video up to.

Next, you want to get your video out to the browsers - windows media player, flash or silverlight will let you achieve this - embedding the appropriate control for your chosen technology into your page (using PHP or whatever) and given the address of your live video feed.

PHP (or other scripting language) would be used to build the chat part of the application and bring the whole thing together (the chat and the embedded video player).

Hope this helps.

How to handle an IF STATEMENT in a Mustache template?

In general, you use the # syntax:

{{#a_boolean}}
  I only show up if the boolean was true.
{{/a_boolean}}

The goal is to move as much logic as possible out of the template (which makes sense).

Regular Expression for alphanumeric and underscores

Here is the regex for what you want with a quantifier to specify at least 1 character and no more than 255 characters

[^a-zA-Z0-9 _]{1,255}

How to get the number of characters in a std::string?

When dealing with C++ strings (std::string), you're looking for length() or size(). Both should provide you with the same value. However when dealing with C-Style strings, you would use strlen().

#include <iostream>
#include <string.h>

int main(int argc, char **argv)
{
   std::string str = "Hello!";
   const char *otherstr = "Hello!"; // C-Style string
   std::cout << str.size() << std::endl;
   std::cout << str.length() << std::endl;
   std::cout << strlen(otherstr) << std::endl; // C way for string length
   std::cout << strlen(str.c_str()) << std::endl; // convert C++ string to C-string then call strlen
   return 0;
}

Output:

6
6
6
6

What is the Maximum Size that an Array can hold?

Since Length is an int I'd say Int.MaxValue

Excel VBA function to print an array to the workbook

A more elegant way is to assign the whole array at once:

Sub PrintArray(Data, SheetName, StartRow, StartCol)

    Dim Rng As Range

    With Sheets(SheetName)
        Set Rng = .Range(.Cells(StartRow, StartCol), _
            .Cells(UBound(Data, 1) - LBound(Data, 1) + StartRow, _
            UBound(Data, 2) - LBound(Data, 2) + StartCol))
    End With
    Rng.Value2 = Data

End Sub

But watch out: it only works up to a size of about 8,000 cells. Then Excel throws a strange error. The maximum size isn't fixed and differs very much from Excel installation to Excel installation.

How is a non-breaking space represented in a JavaScript string?

The jQuery docs for text() says

Due to variations in the HTML parsers in different browsers, the text returned may vary in newlines and other white space.

I'd use $td.html() instead.

Python error "ImportError: No module named"

I ran into something very similar when I did this exercise in LPTHW; I could never get Python to recognise that I had files in the directory I was calling from. But I was able to get it to work in the end. What I did, and what I recommend, is to try this:

(NOTE: From your initial post, I am assuming you are using an *NIX-based machine and are running things from the command line, so this advice is tailored to that. Since I run Ubuntu, this is what I did)

1) Change directory (cd) to the directory above the directory where your files are. In this case, you're trying to run the mountain.py file, and trying to call the toolkit.interface.py module, which are in separate directories. In this case, you would go to the directory that contains paths to both those files (or in other words, the closest directory that the paths of both those files share). Which in this case is the toolkit directory.

2) When you are in the tookit directory, enter this line of code on your command line:

export PYTHONPATH=.

This sets your PYTHONPATH to ".", which basically means that your PYTHONPATH will now look for any called files within the directory you are currently in, (and more to the point, in the sub-directory branches of the directory you are in. So it doesn't just look in your current directory, but in all the directories that are in your current directory).

3) After you've set your PYTHONPATH in the step above, run your module from your current directory (the toolkit directory). Python should now find and load the modules you specified.

Hope this helps. I was quite frustrated with this myself.

How to get an element's top position relative to the browser's viewport?

The existing answers are now outdated. The native getBoundingClientRect() method has been around for quite a while now, and does exactly what the question asks for. Plus it is supported across all browsers (including IE 5, it seems!)

From MDN page:

The returned value is a TextRectangle object, which contains read-only left, top, right and bottom properties describing the border-box, in pixels, with the top-left relative to the top-left of the viewport.

You use it like so:

var viewportOffset = el.getBoundingClientRect();
// these are relative to the viewport, i.e. the window
var top = viewportOffset.top;
var left = viewportOffset.left;

What is a .pid file and what does it contain?

Pidfile contains pid of a process. It is a convention allowing long running processes to be more self-aware. Server process can inspect it to stop itself, or have heuristic that its other instance is already running. Pidfiles can also be used to conventiently kill risk manually, e.g. pkill -F <some.pid>

What is __declspec and when do I need to use it?

Another example to illustrate the __declspec keyword:

When you are writing a Windows Kernel Driver, sometimes you want to write your own prolog/epilog code sequences using inline assembler code, so you could declare your function with the naked attribute.

__declspec( naked ) int func( formal_parameters ) {}

Or

#define Naked __declspec( naked )
Naked int func( formal_parameters ) {}

Please refer to naked (C++)

How do you detect where two line segments intersect?

There’s a nice approach to this problem that uses vector cross products. Define the 2-dimensional vector cross product v × w to be vx wy - vy wx.

Suppose the two line segments run from p to p + r and from q to q + s. Then any point on the first line is representable as p + t r (for a scalar parameter t) and any point on the second line as q + u s (for a scalar parameter u).

Two line segments intersecting

The two lines intersect if we can find t and u such that:

p + t r = q + u s

Formulae for the point of intersection

Cross both sides with s, getting

(p + t r) × s = (q + u s) × s

And since s × s = 0, this means

t (r × s) = (q - p) × s

And therefore, solving for t:

t = (q - p) × s / (r × s)

In the same way, we can solve for u:

(p + t r) × r = (q + u s) × r

u (s × r) = (p - q) × r

u = (p - q) × r / (s × r)

To reduce the number of computation steps, it's convenient to rewrite this as follows (remembering that s × r = - r × s):

u = (q - p) × r / (r × s)

Now there are four cases:

  1. If r × s = 0 and (q - p) × r = 0, then the two lines are collinear.

    In this case, express the endpoints of the second segment (q and q + s) in terms of the equation of the first line segment (p + t r):

    t0 = (q - p) · r / (r · r)

    t1 = (q + s - p) · r / (r · r) = t0 + s · r / (r · r)

    If the interval between t0 and t1 intersects the interval [0, 1] then the line segments are collinear and overlapping; otherwise they are collinear and disjoint.

    Note that if s and r point in opposite directions, then s · r < 0 and so the interval to be checked is [t1, t0] rather than [t0, t1].

  2. If r × s = 0 and (q - p) × r ? 0, then the two lines are parallel and non-intersecting.

  3. If r × s ? 0 and 0 = t = 1 and 0 = u = 1, the two line segments meet at the point p + t r = q + u s.

  4. Otherwise, the two line segments are not parallel but do not intersect.

Credit: this method is the 2-dimensional specialization of the 3D line intersection algorithm from the article "Intersection of two lines in three-space" by Ronald Goldman, published in Graphics Gems, page 304. In three dimensions, the usual case is that the lines are skew (neither parallel nor intersecting) in which case the method gives the points of closest approach of the two lines.

Linq filter List<string> where it contains a string value from another List<string>

its even easier:

fileList.Where(item => filterList.Contains(item))

in case you want to filter not for an exact match but for a "contains" you can use this expression:

var t = fileList.Where(file => filterList.Any(folder => file.ToUpperInvariant().Contains(folder.ToUpperInvariant())));

How to get absolute value from double - c-language

  //use fabs()
  double sum_primary_diagonal=0;
  double sum_secondary_diagonal=0;
  double difference = fabs(sum_primary_diagonal - sum_secondary_diagonal);

How can I conditionally import an ES6 module?

2020 Update

You can now call the import keyword as a function (i.e. import()) to load a module at runtime.

Example:

const mymodule = await import(modulename);

or:

import(modulename)
    .then(mymodule => /* ... */);

See https://developer.mozilla.org/en-US/docs/Web/JavaScript/Reference/Statements/import#Dynamic_Imports

Pip - Fatal error in launcher: Unable to create process using '"'

The fastest way is:

python -m pip install pip==9.0.0

If you want the latest pip, you can run

pip install -U pip

afterwards.

Javascript Append Child AFTER Element

You need to append the new element to existing element's parent before element's next sibling. Like:

var parentGuest = document.getElementById("one");
var childGuest = document.createElement("li");
childGuest.id = "two";
parentGuest.parentNode.insertBefore(childGuest, parentGuest.nextSibling);

Or if you want just append it, then:

var parentGuest = document.getElementById("one"); 
var childGuest = document.createElement("li"); 
childGuest.id = "two"; 
parentGuest.parentNode.appendChild(childGuest);

pandas: merge (join) two data frames on multiple columns

Try this

new_df = pd.merge(A_df, B_df,  how='left', left_on=['A_c1','c2'], right_on = ['B_c1','c2'])

https://pandas.pydata.org/pandas-docs/stable/reference/api/pandas.DataFrame.merge.html

left_on : label or list, or array-like Field names to join on in left DataFrame. Can be a vector or list of vectors of the length of the DataFrame to use a particular vector as the join key instead of columns

right_on : label or list, or array-like Field names to join on in right DataFrame or vector/list of vectors per left_on docs

How to get back Lost phpMyAdmin Password, XAMPP

The question may be getting old, but I've struggled with the same issue just now.

After deleting passwords with resetroot.bat, as instructed by Nedshed, you can choose another password by going to http://localhost/security/index.php

How to iterate over associative arrays in Bash

Welcome to input associative array 2.0!

    clear
    echo "Welcome to input associative array 2.0! (Spaces in keys and values now supported)"
    unset array
    declare -A array
    read -p 'Enter number for array size: ' num
    for (( i=0; i < num; i++ ))
        do
            echo -n "(pair $(( $i+1 )))"
            read -p ' Enter key: ' k
            read -p '         Enter value: ' v
            echo " "
            array[$k]=$v
        done
    echo " "
    echo "The keys are: " ${!array[@]}
    echo "The values are: " ${array[@]}
    echo " "
    echo "Key <-> Value"
    echo "-------------"
    for i in "${!array[@]}"; do echo $i "<->" ${array[$i]}; done
    echo " "
    echo "Thanks for using input associative array 2.0!"

Output:

Welcome to input associative array 2.0! (Spaces in keys and values now supported)
Enter number for array size: 4
(pair 1) Enter key: Key Number 1
         Enter value: Value#1

(pair 2) Enter key: Key Two
         Enter value: Value2

(pair 3) Enter key: Key3
         Enter value: Val3

(pair 4) Enter key: Key4
         Enter value: Value4


The keys are:  Key4 Key3 Key Number 1 Key Two
The values are:  Value4 Val3 Value#1 Value2

Key <-> Value
-------------
Key4 <-> Value4
Key3 <-> Val3
Key Number 1 <-> Value#1
Key Two <-> Value2

Thanks for using input associative array 2.0!

Input associative array 1.0

(keys and values that contain spaces are not supported)

    clear
    echo "Welcome to input associative array! (written by mO extraordinaire!)"
    unset array
    declare -A array
    read -p 'Enter number for array size: ' num
    for (( i=0; i < num; i++ ))
        do
            read -p 'Enter key and value separated by a space: ' k v
            array[$k]=$v
        done
    echo " "
    echo "The keys are: " ${!array[@]}
    echo "The values are: " ${array[@]}
    echo " "
    echo "Key <-> Value"
    echo "-------------"
    for i in ${!array[@]}; do echo $i "<->" ${array[$i]}; done
    echo " "
    echo "Thanks for using input associative array!"

Output:

Welcome to input associative array! (written by mO extraordinaire!)
Enter number for array size: 10
Enter key and value separated by a space: a1 10
Enter key and value separated by a space: b2 20
Enter key and value separated by a space: c3 30
Enter key and value separated by a space: d4 40
Enter key and value separated by a space: e5 50
Enter key and value separated by a space: f6 60
Enter key and value separated by a space: g7 70
Enter key and value separated by a space: h8 80
Enter key and value separated by a space: i9 90
Enter key and value separated by a space: j10 100

The keys are:  h8 a1 j10 g7 f6 e5 d4 c3 i9 b2
The values are:  80 10 100 70 60 50 40 30 90 20

Key <-> Value
-------------
h8 <-> 80
a1 <-> 10
j10 <-> 100
g7 <-> 70
f6 <-> 60
e5 <-> 50
d4 <-> 40
c3 <-> 30
i9 <-> 90
b2 <-> 20

Thanks for using input associative array!

Show Current Location and Update Location in MKMapView in Swift

Hi Sometimes setting the showsUserLocation in code doesn't work for some weird reason.

So try a combination of the following.

In viewDidLoad()

  self.mapView.showsUserLocation = true

Go to your storyboard in Xcode, on the right panel's attribute inspector tick the User location check box, like in the attached image. run your app and you should be able to see the User location

enter image description here

How to start rails server?

I also faced the same issue, but my fault was that I was running "rails s" outside of my application directory. After opening the cmd, just go inside your application and run the commands from their, it worked for me.

Python Remove last 3 characters of a string

It some what depends on your definition of whitespace. I would generally call whitespace to be spaces, tabs, line breaks and carriage returns. If this is your definition you want to use a regex with \s to replace all whitespace charactors:

import re

def myCleaner(foo):
    print 'dirty: ', foo
    foo = re.sub(r'\s', '', foo)
    foo = foo[:-3]
    foo = foo.upper()
    print 'clean:', foo
    print

myCleaner("BS1 1AB")
myCleaner("bs11ab")
myCleaner("BS111ab")

Find substring in the string in TWIG

Just searched for the docs, and found this:

Containment Operator: The in operator performs containment test. It returns true if the left operand is contained in the right:

{# returns true #}

{{ 1 in [1, 2, 3] }}

{{ 'cd' in 'abcde' }}

Add/Delete table rows dynamically using JavaScript

Javascript dynamically adding table data.

SCRIPT

function addRow(tableID) {
    var table = document.getElementById(tableID);
    var rowCount = table.rows.length;
    var colCount = table.rows[0].cells.length;    
    var validate_Noof_columns = (colCount - 1); // •No Of Columns to be Validated on Text.
    for(var j = 0; j < colCount; j++) { 
        var text = window.document.getElementById('input'+j).value;

        if (j == validate_Noof_columns) {
            row = table.insertRow(2); // •location of new row.
            for(var i = 0; i < colCount; i++) {       
            var text = window.document.getElementById('input'+i).value;
            var newcell = row.insertCell(i);
                if(i == (colCount - 1)) {  // Replace last column with delete button
    newcell.innerHTML = "<INPUT type='button' value='X' onclick='removeRow(this)'/>"; break;
                } else  {
                    newcell.innerHTML = text;
                    window.document.getElementById('input'+i).value = '';
                }
            }   
        }else if (text != 'undefined' && text.trim() == ''){ 
            alert('input'+j+' is EMPTY');break;
        }  
    }   
}
function removeRow(onclickTAG) {
    // Iterate till we find TR tag. 
    while ( (onclickTAG = onclickTAG.parentElement)  && onclickTAG.tagName != 'TR' );
            onclickTAG.parentElement.removeChild(onclickTAG);      
}

HTMl

<div align='center'>
<TABLE id='dataTable' border='1' >
<TBODY>
    <TR><th align='center'><b>First Name:</b></th>
        <th align='center' colspan='2'><b>Last  Name:</b></th>
        <th></th>
    </TR>    
    <TR><TD ><INPUT id='input0' type="text"/></TD>              
        <TD ><INPUT id='input1' type='text'/></TD>
        <TD>
<INPUT type='button' id='input2' value='+' onclick="addRow('dataTable')" />
        </TD>
    </TR>
</TBODY> 
</TABLE>
</div>

Example : jsfiddle

What is a good practice to check if an environmental variable exists or not?

My comment might not be relevant to the tags given. However, I was lead to this page from my search. I was looking for similar check in R and I came up the following with the help of @hugovdbeg post. I hope it would be helpful for someone who is looking for similar solution in R

'USERNAME' %in% names(Sys.getenv())

RegEx to extract all matches from string using RegExp.exec

Iterables are nicer:

const matches = (text, pattern) => ({
  [Symbol.iterator]: function * () {
    const clone = new RegExp(pattern.source, pattern.flags);
    let match = null;
    do {
      match = clone.exec(text);
      if (match) {
        yield match;
      }
    } while (match);
  }
});

Usage in a loop:

for (const match of matches('abcdefabcdef', /ab/g)) {
  console.log(match);
}

Or if you want an array:

[ ...matches('abcdefabcdef', /ab/g) ]

how do I check in bash whether a file was created more than x time ago?

Creation time isn't stored.

What are stored are three timestamps (generally, they can be turned off on certain filesystems or by certain filesystem options):

  • Last access time
  • Last modification time
  • Last change time

a "Change" to the file is counted as permission changes, rename etc. While the modification is contents only.

Powershell equivalent of bash ampersand (&) for forking/running background processes

Seems that the script block passed to Start-Job is not executed with the same current directory as the Start-Job command, so make sure to specify fully qualified path if needed.

For example:

Start-Job { C:\absolute\path\to\command.exe --afileparameter C:\absolute\path\to\file.txt }

How can I prevent the backspace key from navigating back?

A much neater solution -

$(document).on('keydown', function (e) {
    var key = e == null ? event.keyCode : e.keyCode;
    if(key == 8 && $(document.activeElement.is(':not(:input)')))   //select, textarea
      e.preventDefault();
});

Alternately, you could only check if

$(document.activeElement).is('body')

How can I execute Python scripts using Anaconda's version of Python?

don't know windows 8 but you can probably set the default prog for a specific extension, for example on windows 7 you do right click => open with, then you select the prog you want and select 'use this prog as default', or you can remove your old version of python from your path and add the one of the anaconda

How to remove "disabled" attribute using jQuery?

This question specifically mentions jQuery, but if you are looking to accomplish this without jQuery, the equivalent in vanilla JavaScript is:

elem.removeAttribute('disabled');

Asp.net MVC ModelState.Clear

Well lots of us seem to have been bitten by this, and although the reason this happens makes sense I needed a way to ensure that the value on my Model was shown, and not ModelState.

Some have suggested ModelState.Remove(string key), but it's not obvious what key should be, especially for nested models. Here are a couple methods I came up with to assist with this.

The RemoveStateFor method will take a ModelStateDictionary, a Model, and an expression for the desired property, and remove it. HiddenForModel can be used in your View to create a hidden input field using only the value from the Model, by first removing its ModelState entry. (This could easily be expanded for the other helper extension methods).

/// <summary>
/// Returns a hidden input field for the specified property. The corresponding value will first be removed from
/// the ModelState to ensure that the current Model value is shown.
/// </summary>
public static MvcHtmlString HiddenForModel<TModel, TProperty>(this HtmlHelper<TModel> helper,
    Expression<Func<TModel, TProperty>> expression)
{
    RemoveStateFor(helper.ViewData.ModelState, helper.ViewData.Model, expression);
    return helper.HiddenFor(expression);
}

/// <summary>
/// Removes the ModelState entry corresponding to the specified property on the model. Call this when changing
/// Model values on the server after a postback, to prevent ModelState entries from taking precedence.
/// </summary>
public static void RemoveStateFor<TModel, TProperty>(this ModelStateDictionary modelState, TModel model,
    Expression<Func<TModel, TProperty>> expression)
{
    var key = ExpressionHelper.GetExpressionText(expression);

    modelState.Remove(key);
}

Call from a controller like this:

ModelState.RemoveStateFor(model, m => m.MySubProperty.MySubValue);

or from a view like this:

@Html.HiddenForModel(m => m.MySubProperty.MySubValue)

It uses System.Web.Mvc.ExpressionHelper to get the name of the ModelState property.

Java Date - Insert into database

PreparedStatement

You should definitely use a PreparedStatement. (Tutorial)

That way you can invoke:

pstmt.setDate( 1, aDate );

The JDBC driver will do date-time handling appropriate for your particular database.

Also, a PreparedStatement stops any SQL injection hacking attempts – very important! (humor)

It should look like this:

SimpleDateFormat format = new SimpleDateFormat( "MM/dd/yyyy" );  // United States style of format.
java.util.Date myDate = format.parse( "10/10/2009" );  // Notice the ".util." of package name.

PreparedStatement pstmt = connection.prepareStatement(
"INSERT INTO USERS ( USER_ID, FIRST_NAME, LAST_NAME, SEX, DATE ) " +
" values (?, ?, ?, ?, ? )");

pstmt.setString( 1, userId );
pstmt.setString( 3, myUser.getLastName() ); 
pstmt.setString( 2, myUser.getFirstName() ); // please use "getFir…" instead of "GetFir…", per Java conventions.
pstmt.setString( 4, myUser.getSex() );
java.sql.Date sqlDate = new java.sql.Date( myDate.getTime() ); // Notice the ".sql." (not "util") in package name.
pstmt.setDate( 5, sqlDate ); 

And that's it, the JDBC driver will create the right SQL syntax for you.

Retrieving

When retrieving a Date object, you can use a SimpleDateFormat to create a formatted string representation of the date-time value.

Here is one quick example line, but search StackOverflow for many more.

String s = new SimpleDateFormat("dd/MM/yyyy").format( aDate ); 

"Javac" doesn't work correctly on Windows 10

Maybe a bit late, but i had same problem.

Click on "Move up" button for Java path and move it at top.

It fixed problem for me

Android WebView progress bar

I have just found a really good example of how to do this here: http://developer.android.com/reference/android/webkit/WebView.html . You just need to change the setprogress from:

activity.setProgress(progress * 1000);

to

activity.setProgress(progress * 100);

How do I find out if first character of a string is a number?

Regular expressions are very strong but expensive tool. It is valid to use them for checking if the first character is a digit but it is not so elegant :) I prefer this way:

public boolean isLeadingDigit(final String value){
    final char c = value.charAt(0);
    return (c >= '0' && c <= '9');
}

How to retrieve unique count of a field using Kibana + Elastic Search

For Kibana 4 go to this answer

This is easy to do with a terms panel:

Adding a terms panel to Kibana

If you want to select the count of distinct IP that are in your logs, you should specify in the field clientip, you should put a big enough number in length (otherwise, it will join different IP under the same group) and specify in the style table. After adding the panel, you will have a table with IP, and the count of that IP:

Table with IP and count

How do I delete multiple rows in Entity Framework (without foreach)

UUHHIVS's is a very elegant and fast way for batch delete, but it must be used with care:

  • auto generation of transaction: its queries will be encompassed by a transaction
  • database context independence: its execution has nothing to do with context.SaveChanges()

These issues can be circumvented by taking control of the transaction. The following code illustrates how to batch delete and bulk insert in a transactional manner:

var repo = DataAccess.EntityRepository;
var existingData = repo.All.Where(x => x.ParentId == parentId);  

TransactionScope scope = null;
try
{
    // this starts the outer transaction 
    using (scope = new TransactionScope(TransactionScopeOption.Required))
    {
        // this starts and commits an inner transaction
        existingData.Delete();

        // var toInsert = ... 

        // this relies on EntityFramework.BulkInsert library
        repo.BulkInsert(toInsert);

        // any other context changes can be performed

        // this starts and commit an inner transaction
        DataAccess.SaveChanges();

        // this commit the outer transaction
        scope.Complete();
    }
}
catch (Exception exc)
{
    // this also rollbacks any pending transactions
    scope?.Dispose();
}

Docker: "no matching manifest for windows/amd64 in the manifest list entries"

In my case I had to update windows first, after that the problem has gone.

UIView bottom border?

Swift 4/3

You can use this solution beneath. It works on UIBezierPaths which are lighter than layers, causing quick startup times. It is easy to use, see instructions beneath.

class ResizeBorderView: UIView {
    var color = UIColor.white
    var lineWidth: CGFloat = 1
    var edges = [UIRectEdge](){
        didSet {
            setNeedsDisplay()
        }
    }
    override func draw(_ rect: CGRect) {
        if edges.contains(.top) || edges.contains(.all){
            let path = UIBezierPath()
            path.lineWidth = lineWidth
            color.setStroke()
            UIColor.blue.setFill()
            path.move(to: CGPoint(x: 0, y: 0 + lineWidth / 2))
            path.addLine(to: CGPoint(x: self.bounds.width, y: 0 + lineWidth / 2))
            path.stroke()
        }
        if edges.contains(.bottom) || edges.contains(.all){
            let path = UIBezierPath()
            path.lineWidth = lineWidth
            color.setStroke()
            UIColor.blue.setFill()
            path.move(to: CGPoint(x: 0, y: self.bounds.height - lineWidth / 2))
            path.addLine(to: CGPoint(x: self.bounds.width, y: self.bounds.height - lineWidth / 2))
            path.stroke()
        }
        if edges.contains(.left) || edges.contains(.all){
            let path = UIBezierPath()
            path.lineWidth = lineWidth
            color.setStroke()
            UIColor.blue.setFill()
            path.move(to: CGPoint(x: 0 + lineWidth / 2, y: 0))
            path.addLine(to: CGPoint(x: 0 + lineWidth / 2, y: self.bounds.height))
            path.stroke()
        }
        if edges.contains(.right) || edges.contains(.all){
            let path = UIBezierPath()
            path.lineWidth = lineWidth
            color.setStroke()
            UIColor.blue.setFill()
            path.move(to: CGPoint(x: self.bounds.width - lineWidth / 2, y: 0))
            path.addLine(to: CGPoint(x: self.bounds.width - lineWidth / 2, y: self.bounds.height))
            path.stroke()
        }
    }
}
  1. Set your UIView's class to ResizeBorderView
  2. Set the color and line width by using yourview.color and yourview.lineWidth in your viewDidAppear method
  3. Set the edges, example: yourview.edges = [.right, .left] ([.all]) for all
  4. Enjoy quick start and resizing borders

insert a NOT NULL column to an existing table

Other SQL implementations have similar restrictions. The reason is that adding a column requires adding values for that column (logically, even if not physically), which default to NULL. If you don't allow NULL, and don't have a default, what is the value going to be?

Since SQL Server supports ADD CONSTRAINT, I'd recommend Pavel's approach of creating a nullable column, and then adding a NOT NULL constraint after you've filled it with non-NULL values.

How can I develop for iPhone using a Windows development machine?

The SDK is only available on OS X, forcing you to use a mac. If you don't want to purchase a mac you can either run OS X on a virtual machine on your windows box, or you can install OS X on your PC.

In my experience the virtual machine solution is unusably slow (on a core2 duo laptop with 2G ram). If you feel like trying it search for the torrent. It's probably not worthwhile.

The other option is to install OS X on your PC, commonly referred to as a hackintosh. Hackintoshes work quite well - my friend just sold his mac because his Dell quad core hackintosh was actually much faster than the apple hardware (and cost about 1/3). You can find lots of articles on how to do this; here's one on how to install on a Dell Inspirion 1525 laptop: hackbook pro tutorial

Of course both of these options are likely counter to some licensing scheme, so proceed at your own risk.

How to check if a String contains any of some strings

List<string> includedWords = new List<string>() { "a", "b", "c" };
bool string_contains_words = includedWords.Exists(o => s.Contains(o));

How to convert a date string to different format

If you can live with 01 for January instead of 1, then try...

d = datetime.datetime.strptime("2013-1-25", '%Y-%m-%d')
print datetime.date.strftime(d, "%m/%d/%y")

You can check the docs for other formatting directives.

How can I read Chrome Cache files?

EDIT: The below answer no longer works see here


If the file you try to recover has Content-Encoding: gzip in the header section, and you are using linux (or as in my case, you have Cygwin installed) you can do the following:

  1. visit chrome://view-http-cache/ and click the page you want to recover
  2. copy the last (fourth) section of the page verbatim to a text file (say: a.txt)
  3. xxd -r a.txt| gzip -d

Note that other answers suggest passing -p option to xxd - I had troubles with that presumably because the fourth section of the cache is not in the "postscript plain hexdump style" but in a "default style".

It also does not seem necessary to replace double spaces with a single space, as chrome_xxd.py is doing (in case it is necessary you can use sed 's/ / /g' for that).

Text vertical alignment in WPF TextBlock

While Orion Edwards Answer works for any situation, it may be a pain to add the border and set the properties of the border every time you want to do this. Another quick way is to set the padding of the text block:

<TextBlock Height="22" Padding="3" />

@Transactional(propagation=Propagation.REQUIRED)

To understand the various transactional settings and behaviours adopted for Transaction management, such as REQUIRED, ISOLATION etc. you'll have to understand the basics of transaction management itself.

Read Trasaction management for more on explanation.

jQuery AJAX submit form

Simple version (does not send images)

<form action="/my/ajax/url" class="my-form">
...
</form>
<script>
    (function($){
        $("body").on("submit", ".my-form", function(e){
            e.preventDefault();
            var form = $(e.target);
            $.post( form.attr("action"), form.serialize(), function(res){
                console.log(res);
            });
        });
    )(jQuery);
</script>

Copy and paste ajaxification of a form or all forms on a page

It is a modified version of Alfrekjv's answer

  • It will work with jQuery >= 1.3.2
  • You can run this before the document is ready
  • You can remove and re-add the form and it will still work
  • It will post to the same location as the normal form, specified in the form's "action" attribute

JavaScript

jQuery(document).submit(function(e){
    var form = jQuery(e.target);
    if(form.is("#form-id")){ // check if this is the form that you want (delete this check to apply this to all forms)
        e.preventDefault();
        jQuery.ajax({
            type: "POST",
            url: form.attr("action"), 
            data: form.serialize(), // serializes the form's elements.
            success: function(data) {
                console.log(data); // show response from the php script. (use the developer toolbar console, firefox firebug or chrome inspector console)
            }
        });
    }
});

I wanted to edit Alfrekjv's answer but deviated too much from it so decided to post this as a separate answer.

Does not send files, does not support buttons, for example clicking a button (including a submit button) sends its value as form data, but because this is an ajax request the button click will not be sent.

To support buttons you can capture the actual button click instead of the submit.

jQuery(document).click(function(e){
    var self = jQuery(e.target);
    if(self.is("#form-id input[type=submit], #form-id input[type=button], #form-id button")){
        e.preventDefault();
        var form = self.closest('form'), formdata = form.serialize();
        //add the clicked button to the form data
        if(self.attr('name')){
            formdata += (formdata!=='')? '&':'';
            formdata += self.attr('name') + '=' + ((self.is('button'))? self.html(): self.val());
        }
        jQuery.ajax({
            type: "POST",
            url: form.attr("action"), 
            data: formdata, 
            success: function(data) {
                console.log(data);
            }
        });
    }
});

On the server side you can detect an ajax request with this header that jquery sets HTTP_X_REQUESTED_WITH for php

PHP

if(!empty($_SERVER['HTTP_X_REQUESTED_WITH']) && strtolower($_SERVER['HTTP_X_REQUESTED_WITH']) == 'xmlhttprequest') {
    //is ajax
}

AngularJS event on window innerWidth size change

I found a jfiddle that might help here: http://jsfiddle.net/jaredwilli/SfJ8c/

Ive refactored the code to make it simpler for this.

// In your controller
var w = angular.element($window);
$scope.$watch(
  function () {
    return $window.innerWidth;
  },
  function (value) {
    $scope.windowWidth = value;
  },
  true
);

w.bind('resize', function(){
  $scope.$apply();
});

You can then reference to windowWidth from the html

<span ng-bind="windowWidth"></span>

How to identify server IP address in PHP

for example:

$_SERVER['SERVER_ADDR']

when your on IIS, try:

$_SERVER['LOCAL_ADDR']

MySQL, create a simple function

MySQL function example:

Open the mysql terminal:

el@apollo:~$ mysql -u root -pthepassword yourdb
mysql>

Drop the function if it already exists

mysql> drop function if exists myfunc;
Query OK, 0 rows affected, 1 warning (0.00 sec)

Create the function

mysql> create function hello(id INT)
    -> returns CHAR(50)
    -> return 'foobar';
Query OK, 0 rows affected (0.01 sec)

Create a simple table to test it out with

mysql> create table yar (id INT);
Query OK, 0 rows affected (0.07 sec)

Insert three values into the table yar

mysql> insert into yar values(5), (7), (9);
Query OK, 3 rows affected (0.04 sec)
Records: 3  Duplicates: 0  Warnings: 0

Select all the values from yar, run our function hello each time:

mysql> select id, hello(5) from yar;
+------+----------+
| id   | hello(5) |
+------+----------+
|    5 | foobar   |
|    7 | foobar   |
|    9 | foobar   |
+------+----------+
3 rows in set (0.01 sec)

Verbalize and internalize what just happened:

You created a function called hello which takes one parameter. The parameter is ignored and returns a CHAR(50) containing the value 'foobar'. You created a table called yar and added three rows to it. The select statement runs the function hello(5) for each row returned by yar.

Set equal width of columns in table layout in Android

Change android:stretchColumns value to *.

Value 0 means stretch the first column. Value 1 means stretch the second column and so on.

Value * means stretch all the columns.

Python spacing and aligning strings

Try %*s and %-*s and prefix each string with the column width:

>>> print "Location: %-*s  Revision: %s" % (20,"10-10-10-10","1")
Location: 10-10-10-10           Revision: 1
>>> print "District: %-*s  Date: %s" % (20,"Tower","May 16, 2012")
District: Tower                 Date: May 16, 2012

Transposing a 1D NumPy array

There is a method not described in the answers but described in the documentation for the numpy.ndarray.transpose method:

For a 1-D array this has no effect, as a transposed vector is simply the same vector. To convert a 1-D array into a 2D column vector, an additional dimension must be added. np.atleast2d(a).T achieves this, as does a[:, np.newaxis].

One can do:

import numpy as np
a = np.array([5,4])
print(a)
print(np.atleast_2d(a).T)

Which (imo) is nicer than using newaxis.

Visualizing decision tree in scikit-learn

Alternatively, you could try using pydot for producing the png file from dot:

...
tree.export_graphviz(dtreg, out_file='tree.dot') #produces dot file

import pydot
dotfile = StringIO()
tree.export_graphviz(dtreg, out_file=dotfile)
pydot.graph_from_dot_data(dotfile.getvalue()).write_png("dtree2.png")
...

How do I mount a host directory as a volume in docker compose

Checkout their documentation

From the looks of it you could do the following on your docker-compose.yml

volumes:
    - ./:/app

Where ./ is the host directory, and /app is the target directory for the containers.


EDIT:
Previous documentation source now leads to version history, you'll have to select the version of compose you're using and look for the reference.

For the lazy – v3 / v2 / v1

Side note: Syntax remains the same for all versions as of this edit

How to call Stored Procedure in a View?

create view sampleView as 
select field1, field2, ... 
from dbo.MyTableValueFunction

Note that even if your MyTableValueFunction doesn't accept any parameters, you still need to include parentheses after it, i.e.:

... from dbo.MyTableValueFunction()

Without the parentheses, you'll get an "Invalid object name" error.

Selecting Values from Oracle Table Variable / Array?

In Oracle, the PL/SQL and SQL engines maintain some separation. When you execute a SQL statement within PL/SQL, it is handed off to the SQL engine, which has no knowledge of PL/SQL-specific structures like INDEX BY tables.

So, instead of declaring the type in the PL/SQL block, you need to create an equivalent collection type within the database schema:

CREATE OR REPLACE TYPE array is table of number;
/

Then you can use it as in these two examples within PL/SQL:

SQL> l
  1  declare
  2    p  array := array();
  3  begin
  4    for i in (select level from dual connect by level < 10) loop
  5      p.extend;
  6      p(p.count) := i.level;
  7    end loop;
  8    for x in (select column_value from table(cast(p as array))) loop
  9       dbms_output.put_line(x.column_value);
 10    end loop;
 11* end;
SQL> /
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9

PL/SQL procedure successfully completed.

SQL> l
  1  declare
  2    p  array := array();
  3  begin
  4    select level bulk collect into p from dual connect by level < 10;
  5    for x in (select column_value from table(cast(p as array))) loop
  6       dbms_output.put_line(x.column_value);
  7    end loop;
  8* end;
SQL> /
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9

PL/SQL procedure successfully completed.

Additional example based on comments

Based on your comment on my answer and on the question itself, I think this is how I would implement it. Use a package so the records can be fetched from the actual table once and stored in a private package global; and have a function that returns an open ref cursor.

CREATE OR REPLACE PACKAGE p_cache AS
  FUNCTION get_p_cursor RETURN sys_refcursor;
END p_cache;
/

CREATE OR REPLACE PACKAGE BODY p_cache AS

  cache_array  array;

  FUNCTION get_p_cursor RETURN sys_refcursor IS
    pCursor  sys_refcursor;
  BEGIN
    OPEN pCursor FOR SELECT * from TABLE(CAST(cache_array AS array));
    RETURN pCursor;
  END get_p_cursor;

  -- Package initialization runs once in each session that references the package
  BEGIN
    SELECT level BULK COLLECT INTO cache_array FROM dual CONNECT BY LEVEL < 10;
  END p_cache;
/

ggplot2 plot without axes, legends, etc

Does this do what you want?

 p <- ggplot(myData, aes(foo, bar)) + geom_whateverGeomYouWant(more = options) +
 p + scale_x_continuous(expand=c(0,0)) + 
 scale_y_continuous(expand=c(0,0)) +
 opts(legend.position = "none")

What is ROWS UNBOUNDED PRECEDING used for in Teradata?

It's the "frame" or "range" clause of window functions, which are part of the SQL standard and implemented in many databases, including Teradata.

A simple example would be to calculate the average amount in a frame of three days. I'm using PostgreSQL syntax for the example, but it will be the same for Teradata:

WITH data (t, a) AS (
  VALUES(1, 1),
        (2, 5),
        (3, 3),
        (4, 5),
        (5, 4),
        (6, 11)
)
SELECT t, a, avg(a) OVER (ORDER BY t ROWS BETWEEN 1 PRECEDING AND 1 FOLLOWING)
FROM data
ORDER BY t

... which yields:

t  a  avg
----------
1  1  3.00
2  5  3.00
3  3  4.33
4  5  4.00
5  4  6.67
6 11  7.50

As you can see, each average is calculated "over" an ordered frame consisting of the range between the previous row (1 preceding) and the subsequent row (1 following).

When you write ROWS UNBOUNDED PRECEDING, then the frame's lower bound is simply infinite. This is useful when calculating sums (i.e. "running totals"), for instance:

WITH data (t, a) AS (
  VALUES(1, 1),
        (2, 5),
        (3, 3),
        (4, 5),
        (5, 4),
        (6, 11)
)
SELECT t, a, sum(a) OVER (ORDER BY t ROWS BETWEEN UNBOUNDED PRECEDING AND CURRENT ROW)
FROM data
ORDER BY t

yielding...

t  a  sum
---------
1  1    1
2  5    6
3  3    9
4  5   14
5  4   18
6 11   29

Here's another very good explanations of SQL window functions.

pandas: find percentile stats of a given column

You can use the pandas.DataFrame.quantile() function, as shown below.

import pandas as pd
import random

A = [ random.randint(0,100) for i in range(10) ]
B = [ random.randint(0,100) for i in range(10) ]

df = pd.DataFrame({ 'field_A': A, 'field_B': B })
df
#    field_A  field_B
# 0       90       72
# 1       63       84
# 2       11       74
# 3       61       66
# 4       78       80
# 5       67       75
# 6       89       47
# 7       12       22
# 8       43        5
# 9       30       64

df.field_A.mean()   # Same as df['field_A'].mean()
# 54.399999999999999

df.field_A.median() 
# 62.0

# You can call `quantile(i)` to get the i'th quantile,
# where `i` should be a fractional number.

df.field_A.quantile(0.1) # 10th percentile
# 11.9

df.field_A.quantile(0.5) # same as median
# 62.0

df.field_A.quantile(0.9) # 90th percentile
# 89.10000000000001

JAVA - using FOR, WHILE and DO WHILE loops to sum 1 through 100

Well, a for or while loop differs from a do while loop. A do while executes the statements atleast once, even if the condition turns out to be false.

The for loop you specified is absolutely correct.

Although i will do all the loops for you once again.

int sum = 0;
// for loop

for (int i = 1; i<= 100; i++){
    sum = sum + i;
}
System.out.println(sum);

// while loop

sum = 0;
int j = 1;

while(j<=100){
    sum = sum + j;
    j++;
}

System.out.println(sum);

// do while loop

sum = 0;
j = 1;

do{
    sum = sum + j;
    j++;
}
while(j<=100);

System.out.println(sum);

In the last case condition j <= 100 is because, even if the condition of do while turns false, it will still execute once but that doesn't matter in this case as the condition turns true, so it continues to loop just like any other loop statement.

Subprocess changing directory

just use os.chdir
Example:

>>> import os
>>> import subprocess
>>> # Lets Just Say WE want To List The User Folders
>>> os.chdir("/home/")
>>> subprocess.run("ls")
user1 user2 user3 user4

Redirecting from cshtml page

You can go to method of same controller..using this line , and if you want to pass some parameters to that action it can be done by writing inside ( new { } ).. Note:- you can add as many parameter as required.

@Html.ActionLink("MethodName", new { parameter = Model.parameter })

What is the difference between an Instance and an Object?

This answer may be seen as trite, but worrying about the differences between an instance and object is already trite city.

I think its best depicted in javascript:

let obj= {"poo":1} 
// "obj" is an object

verses

Class Trash {
    constructor(){this.poo = 1;}
}

let i = new Trash();
// "i" is an instance

jQuery: Clearing Form Inputs

Demo : http://jsfiddle.net/xavi3r/D3prt/

$(':input','#myform')
  .not(':button, :submit, :reset, :hidden')
  .val('')
  .removeAttr('checked')
  .removeAttr('selected');

Original Answer: Resetting a multi-stage form with jQuery


Mike's suggestion (from the comments) to keep checkbox and selects intact!

Warning: If you're creating elements (so they're not in the dom), replace :hidden with [type=hidden] or all fields will be ignored!

$(':input','#myform')
  .removeAttr('checked')
  .removeAttr('selected')
  .not(':button, :submit, :reset, :hidden, :radio, :checkbox')
  .val('');

Whether a variable is undefined

jQuery.val() and .text() will never return 'undefined' for an empty selection. It always returns an empty string (i.e. ""). .html() will return null if the element doesn't exist though.You need to do:

if(page_name != '')

For other variables that don't come from something like jQuery.val() you would do this though:

if(typeof page_name != 'undefined')

You just have to use the typeof operator.

Generating random number between 1 and 10 in Bash Shell Script

To generate random numbers with bash use the $RANDOM internal Bash function. Note that $RANDOM should not be used to generate an encryption key. $RANDOM is generated by using your current process ID (PID) and the current time/date as defined by the number of seconds elapsed since 1970.

 echo $RANDOM % 10 + 1 | bc

How to generate a random integer number from within a range

Here is a slight simpler algorithm than Ryan Reich's solution:

/// Begin and end are *inclusive*; => [begin, end]
uint32_t getRandInterval(uint32_t begin, uint32_t end) {
    uint32_t range = (end - begin) + 1;
    uint32_t limit = ((uint64_t)RAND_MAX + 1) - (((uint64_t)RAND_MAX + 1) % range);

    /* Imagine range-sized buckets all in a row, then fire randomly towards
     * the buckets until you land in one of them. All buckets are equally
     * likely. If you land off the end of the line of buckets, try again. */
    uint32_t randVal = rand();
    while (randVal >= limit) randVal = rand();

    /// Return the position you hit in the bucket + begin as random number
    return (randVal % range) + begin;
}

Example (RAND_MAX := 16, begin := 2, end := 7)
    => range := 6  (1 + end - begin)
    => limit := 12 (RAND_MAX + 1) - ((RAND_MAX + 1) % range)

The limit is always a multiple of the range,
so we can split it into range-sized buckets:
    Possible-rand-output: 0  1  2  3  4  5  6  7  8  9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16
    Buckets:             [0, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5][0, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5][X, X, X, X, X]
    Buckets + begin:     [2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7][2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7][X, X, X, X, X]

1st call to rand() => 13
    ? 13 is not in the bucket-range anymore (>= limit), while-condition is true
        ? retry...
2nd call to rand() => 7
    ? 7 is in the bucket-range (< limit), while-condition is false
        ? Get the corresponding bucket-value 1 (randVal % range) and add begin
    => 3

How to write super-fast file-streaming code in C#?

You shouldn't re-open the source file each time you do a copy, better open it once and pass the resulting BinaryReader to the copy function. Also, it might help if you order your seeks, so you don't make big jumps inside the file.

If the lengths aren't too big, you can also try to group several copy calls by grouping offsets that are near to each other and reading the whole block you need for them, for example:

offset = 1234, length = 34
offset = 1300, length = 40
offset = 1350, length = 1000

can be grouped to one read:

offset = 1234, length = 1074

Then you only have to "seek" in your buffer and can write the three new files from there without having to read again.

Decorators with parameters?

In case both the function and the decorator have to take arguments you can follow the below approach.

For example there is a decorator named decorator1 which takes an argument

@decorator1(5)
def func1(arg1, arg2):
    print (arg1, arg2)

func1(1, 2)

Now if the decorator1 argument has to be dynamic, or passed while calling the function,

def func1(arg1, arg2):
    print (arg1, arg2)


a = 1
b = 2
seconds = 10

decorator1(seconds)(func1)(a, b)

In the above code

  • seconds is the argument for decorator1
  • a, b are the arguments of func1

How to solve ERR_CONNECTION_REFUSED when trying to connect to localhost running IISExpress - Error 502 (Cannot debug from Visual Studio)?

This issue may be because in the recent past you have used IP address binding in your application configuration.

Steps to Solve the issue:

  • Run below command in administrator access command terminal

netsh http show iplisten

If you see some thing like below then this solution may not help you.

IP addresses present in the IP listen to list:

0.0.0.0

If you see something different than 0.0.0.0 then try below steps to fix this.

  • Run following shell command in order with elevated command terminal

netsh http delete iplisten ipaddress=11.22.33.44

netsh http add iplisten ipaddress=0.0.0.0

iisreset

  • (Here 11.22.33.44 is the actual IP that needs to be removed)

And now your issexpress is set to listen to any ping coming to localhost binding.

How can I list all tags for a Docker image on a remote registry?

The Docker V2 API requires an OAuth bearer token with the appropriate claims. In my opinion, the official documentation is rather vague on the topic. So that others don't go through the same pain I did, I offer the below docker-tags function.

The most recent version of docker-tags can be found in my GitHubGist : "List Docker Image Tags using bash".

The docker-tags function has a dependency on jq. If you're playing with JSON, you likely already have it.

#!/usr/bin/env bash
docker-tags() {
    arr=("$@")

    for item in "${arr[@]}";
    do
        tokenUri="https://auth.docker.io/token"
        data=("service=registry.docker.io" "scope=repository:$item:pull")
        token="$(curl --silent --get --data-urlencode ${data[0]} --data-urlencode ${data[1]} $tokenUri | jq --raw-output '.token')"
        listUri="https://registry-1.docker.io/v2/$item/tags/list"
        authz="Authorization: Bearer $token"
        result="$(curl --silent --get -H "Accept: application/json" -H "Authorization: Bearer $token" $listUri | jq --raw-output '.')"
        echo $result
    done
}

Example

docker-tags "microsoft/nanoserver" "microsoft/dotnet" "library/mongo" "library/redis"

Admittedly, docker-tags makes several assumptions. Specifically, the OAuth request parameters are mostly hard coded. A more ambitious implementation would make an unauthenticated request to the registry and derive the OAuth parameters from the unauthenticated response.

What characters are forbidden in Windows and Linux directory names?

A “comprehensive guide” of forbidden filename characters is not going to work on Windows because it reserves filenames as well as characters. Yes, characters like * " ? and others are forbidden, but there are a infinite number of names composed only of valid characters that are forbidden. For example, spaces and dots are valid filename characters, but names composed only of those characters are forbidden.

Windows does not distinguish between upper-case and lower-case characters, so you cannot create a folder named A if one named a already exists. Worse, seemingly-allowed names like PRN and CON, and many others, are reserved and not allowed. Windows also has several length restrictions; a filename valid in one folder may become invalid if moved to another folder. The rules for naming files and folders are on the Microsoft docs.

You cannot, in general, use user-generated text to create Windows directory names. If you want to allow users to name anything they want, you have to create safe names like A, AB, A2 et al., store user-generated names and their path equivalents in an application data file, and perform path mapping in your application.

If you absolutely must allow user-generated folder names, the only way to tell if they are invalid is to catch exceptions and assume the name is invalid. Even that is fraught with peril, as the exceptions thrown for denied access, offline drives, and out of drive space overlap with those that can be thrown for invalid names. You are opening up one huge can of hurt.

Angular 2: 404 error occur when I refresh through the browser

Update for Angular 2 final version

In app.module.ts:

  • Add imports:

      import { HashLocationStrategy, LocationStrategy } from '@angular/common';
    
  • And in NgModule provider, add:

      {provide: LocationStrategy, useClass: HashLocationStrategy}
    

Example (app.module.ts):

import { NgModule }       from '@angular/core';
import { BrowserModule  } from '@angular/platform-browser';
import { AppComponent }   from './app.component';
import { HashLocationStrategy, LocationStrategy } from '@angular/common';

@NgModule({
    declarations: [AppComponent],
    imports: [BrowserModule],
    providers: [{provide: LocationStrategy, useClass: HashLocationStrategy}],
    bootstrap: [AppComponent],
})
export class AppModule {}

Alternative

Use RouterModule.forRoot with the {useHash: true} argument.

Example:(from angular docs)

import { NgModule } from '@angular/core';
...

const routes: Routes = [//routes in here];

@NgModule({
  imports: [
    BrowserModule,
    FormsModule,
    RouterModule.forRoot(routes, { useHash: true })
  ],
  bootstrap: [AppComponent]
})
export class AppModule { }

HTTP Status 500 - Servlet.init() for servlet Dispatcher threw exception

You map your dispatcher on *.do:

<servlet-mapping>
   <servlet-name>Dispatcher</servlet-name>
   <url-pattern>*.do</url-pattern>
</servlet-mapping>

but your controller is mapped on an url without .do:

@RequestMapping("/editPresPage")

Try changing this to:

@RequestMapping("/editPresPage.do")

Get list of Excel files in a folder using VBA

You can use the built-in Dir function or the FileSystemObject.

They each have their own strengths and weaknesses.

Dir Function

The Dir Function is a built-in, lightweight method to get a list of files. The benefits for using it are:

  • Easy to Use
  • Good performance (it's fast)
  • Wildcard support

The trick is to understand the difference between calling it with or without a parameter. Here is a very simple example to demonstrate:

Public Sub ListFilesDir(ByVal sPath As String, Optional ByVal sFilter As String)

    Dim sFile As String

    If Right(sPath, 1) <> "\" Then
        sPath = sPath & "\"
    End If

    If sFilter = "" Then
        sFilter = "*.*"
    End If

    'call with path "initializes" the dir function and returns the first file name
    sFile = Dir(sPath & sFilter)

   'call it again until there are no more files
    Do Until sFile = ""

        Debug.Print sFile

        'subsequent calls without param return next file name
        sFile = Dir

    Loop

End Sub

If you alter any of the files inside the loop, you will get unpredictable results. It is better to read all the names into an array of strings before doing any operations on the files. Here is an example which builds on the previous one. This is a Function that returns a String Array:

Public Function GetFilesDir(ByVal sPath As String, _
    Optional ByVal sFilter As String) As String()

    'dynamic array for names
    Dim aFileNames() As String
    ReDim aFileNames(0)

    Dim sFile As String
    Dim nCounter As Long

    If Right(sPath, 1) <> "\" Then
        sPath = sPath & "\"
    End If

    If sFilter = "" Then
        sFilter = "*.*"
    End If

    'call with path "initializes" the dir function and returns the first file
    sFile = Dir(sPath & sFilter)

    'call it until there is no filename returned
    Do While sFile <> ""

        'store the file name in the array
        aFileNames(nCounter) = sFile

        'subsequent calls without param return next file
        sFile = Dir

        'make sure your array is large enough for another
        nCounter = nCounter + 1
        If nCounter > UBound(aFileNames) Then
            'preserve the values and grow by reasonable amount for performance
            ReDim Preserve aFileNames(UBound(aFileNames) + 255)
        End If

    Loop

    'truncate the array to correct size
    If nCounter < UBound(aFileNames) Then
        ReDim Preserve aFileNames(0 To nCounter - 1)
    End If

    'return the array of file names
    GetFilesDir = aFileNames()

End Function

File System Object

The File System Object is a library for IO operations which supports an object-model for manipulating files. Pros for this approach:

  • Intellisense
  • Robust object-model

You can add a reference to to "Windows Script Host Object Model" (or "Windows Scripting Runtime") and declare your objects like so:

Public Sub ListFilesFSO(ByVal sPath As String)

    Dim oFSO As FileSystemObject
    Dim oFolder As Folder
    Dim oFile As File

    Set oFSO = New FileSystemObject
    Set oFolder = oFSO.GetFolder(sPath)
    For Each oFile In oFolder.Files
        Debug.Print oFile.Name
    Next 'oFile

    Set oFile = Nothing
    Set oFolder = Nothing
    Set oFSO = Nothing

End Sub

If you don't want intellisense you can do like so without setting a reference:

Public Sub ListFilesFSO(ByVal sPath As String)

    Dim oFSO As Object
    Dim oFolder As Object
    Dim oFile As Object

    Set oFSO = CreateObject("Scripting.FileSystemObject")
    Set oFolder = oFSO.GetFolder(sPath)
    For Each oFile In oFolder.Files
        Debug.Print oFile.Name
    Next 'oFile

    Set oFile = Nothing
    Set oFolder = Nothing
    Set oFSO = Nothing

End Sub

SQL Server 2008 - Case / If statements in SELECT Clause

You are looking for the CASE statement

http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/ms181765.aspx

Example copied from MSDN:

USE AdventureWorks;
GO
SELECT   ProductNumber, Category =
      CASE ProductLine
         WHEN 'R' THEN 'Road'
         WHEN 'M' THEN 'Mountain'
         WHEN 'T' THEN 'Touring'
         WHEN 'S' THEN 'Other sale items'
         ELSE 'Not for sale'
      END,
   Name
FROM Production.Product
ORDER BY ProductNumber;
GO

How to import image (.svg, .png ) in a React Component

If the images are inside the src/assets folder you can use require with the correct path in the require statement,

var Diamond = require('../../assets/linux_logo.jpg');

 export class ItemCols extends Component {
    render(){
        return (
            <div>
                <section className="one-fourth" id="html">
                    <img src={Diamond} />
                </section>
            </div>
        )
    } 
}

Java Compare Two List's object values?

I found a very basic example of List comparison at List Compare This example verifies the size first and then checks the availability of the particular element of one list in another.

How to escape a single quote inside awk

A single quote is represented using \x27

Like in

awk 'BEGIN {FS=" ";} {printf "\x27%s\x27 ", $1}'

Source

How can I test that a variable is more than eight characters in PowerShell?

You can also use -match against a Regular expression. Ex:

if ($dbUserName -match ".{8}" )
{
    Write-Output " Please enter more than 8 characters "
    $dbUserName=read-host " Re-enter database user name"
}

Also if you're like me and like your curly braces to be in the same horizontal position for your code blocks, you can put that on a new line, since it's expecting a code block it will look on next line. In some commands where the first curly brace has to be in-line with your command, you can use a grave accent marker (`) to tell powershell to treat the next line as a continuation.

How to extract file name from path?

Dir("C:\Documents\myfile.pdf")

will return the file name, but only if it exists.

How to hide the soft keyboard from inside a fragment?

Exception for DialogFragment though, focus of the embedded Dialog must be hidden, instead only the first EditText within the embedded Dialog

this.getDialog().getWindow().setSoftInputMode(WindowManager.LayoutParams.SOFT_INPUT_STATE_HIDDEN);

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

If you need to diff on a single file in a stash for example you can do

git diff stash@{0} -- path/to/file

How do I select a MySQL database through CLI?

Use the following steps to select the database:

mysql -u username -p

it will prompt for password, Please enter password. Now list all the databases

show databases;

select the database which you want to select using the command:

use databaseName;

select data from any table:

select * from tableName limit 10;

You can select your database using the command use photogallery; Thanks !

align an image and some text on the same line without using div width?

U wrote an unnecessary div, just leave it like this

_x000D_
_x000D_
<div id="texts" style="white-space:nowrap;">
     <img src="tree.png"  align="left"/>
     A very long text(about 300 words) 
</div>
_x000D_
_x000D_
_x000D_

What u are looking for is white-space:nowrap; this code will do the trick.

Remove array element based on object property

Based on some comments above below is the code how to remove an object based on a key name and key value

 var items = [ 
  { "id": 3.1, "name": "test 3.1"}, 
  { "id": 22, "name": "test 3.1" }, 
  { "id": 23, "name": "changed test 23" } 
  ]

    function removeByKey(array, params){
      array.some(function(item, index) {
        return (array[index][params.key] === params.value) ? !!(array.splice(index, 1)) : false;
      });
      return array;
    }

    var removed = removeByKey(items, {
      key: 'id',
      value: 23
    });

    console.log(removed);

Maven version with a property

See the Maven - Users forum 'version' contains an expression but should be a constant. Better way to add a new version?:

here is why this is a bad plan.

the pom that gets deployed will not have the property value resolved, so anyone depending on that pom will pick up the dependency as being the string uninterpolated with the ${ } and much hilarity will ensue in your build process.

in maven 2.1.0 and/or 2.2.0 an attempt was made to deploy poms with resolved properties... this broke more than expected, which is why those two versions are not recommended, 2.2.1 being the recommended 2.x version.

Converting Integers to Roman Numerals - Java

Use these libraries:

import java.util.LinkedHashMap;
import java.util.Map;

The code:

  public static String RomanNumerals(int Int) {
    LinkedHashMap<String, Integer> roman_numerals = new LinkedHashMap<String, Integer>();
    roman_numerals.put("M", 1000);
    roman_numerals.put("CM", 900);
    roman_numerals.put("D", 500);
    roman_numerals.put("CD", 400);
    roman_numerals.put("C", 100);
    roman_numerals.put("XC", 90);
    roman_numerals.put("L", 50);
    roman_numerals.put("XL", 40);
    roman_numerals.put("X", 10);
    roman_numerals.put("IX", 9);
    roman_numerals.put("V", 5);
    roman_numerals.put("IV", 4);
    roman_numerals.put("I", 1);
    String res = "";
    for(Map.Entry<String, Integer> entry : roman_numerals.entrySet()){
      int matches = Int/entry.getValue();
      res += repeat(entry.getKey(), matches);
      Int = Int % entry.getValue();
    }
    return res;
  }
  public static String repeat(String s, int n) {
    if(s == null) {
        return null;
    }
    final StringBuilder sb = new StringBuilder();
    for(int i = 0; i < n; i++) {
        sb.append(s);
    }
    return sb.toString();
  }

Testing the code:

  for (int i = 1;i<256;i++) {
    System.out.println("i="+i+" -> "+RomanNumerals(i));
  }

The output:

  i=1 -> I
  i=2 -> II
  i=3 -> III
  i=4 -> IV
  i=5 -> V
  i=6 -> VI
  i=7 -> VII
  i=8 -> VIII
  i=9 -> IX
  i=10 -> X
  i=11 -> XI
  i=12 -> XII
  i=13 -> XIII
  i=14 -> XIV
  i=15 -> XV
  i=16 -> XVI
  i=17 -> XVII
  i=18 -> XVIII
  i=19 -> XIX
  i=20 -> XX
  i=21 -> XXI
  i=22 -> XXII
  i=23 -> XXIII
  i=24 -> XXIV
  i=25 -> XXV
  i=26 -> XXVI
  i=27 -> XXVII
  i=28 -> XXVIII
  i=29 -> XXIX
  i=30 -> XXX
  i=31 -> XXXI
  i=32 -> XXXII
  i=33 -> XXXIII
  i=34 -> XXXIV
  i=35 -> XXXV
  i=36 -> XXXVI
  i=37 -> XXXVII
  i=38 -> XXXVIII
  i=39 -> XXXIX
  i=40 -> XL
  i=41 -> XLI
  i=42 -> XLII
  i=43 -> XLIII
  i=44 -> XLIV
  i=45 -> XLV
  i=46 -> XLVI
  i=47 -> XLVII
  i=48 -> XLVIII
  i=49 -> XLIX
  i=50 -> L
  i=51 -> LI
  i=52 -> LII
  i=53 -> LIII
  i=54 -> LIV
  i=55 -> LV
  i=56 -> LVI
  i=57 -> LVII
  i=58 -> LVIII
  i=59 -> LIX
  i=60 -> LX
  i=61 -> LXI
  i=62 -> LXII
  i=63 -> LXIII
  i=64 -> LXIV
  i=65 -> LXV
  i=66 -> LXVI
  i=67 -> LXVII
  i=68 -> LXVIII
  i=69 -> LXIX
  i=70 -> LXX
  i=71 -> LXXI
  i=72 -> LXXII
  i=73 -> LXXIII
  i=74 -> LXXIV
  i=75 -> LXXV
  i=76 -> LXXVI
  i=77 -> LXXVII
  i=78 -> LXXVIII
  i=79 -> LXXIX
  i=80 -> LXXX
  i=81 -> LXXXI
  i=82 -> LXXXII
  i=83 -> LXXXIII
  i=84 -> LXXXIV
  i=85 -> LXXXV
  i=86 -> LXXXVI
  i=87 -> LXXXVII
  i=88 -> LXXXVIII
  i=89 -> LXXXIX
  i=90 -> XC
  i=91 -> XCI
  i=92 -> XCII
  i=93 -> XCIII
  i=94 -> XCIV
  i=95 -> XCV
  i=96 -> XCVI
  i=97 -> XCVII
  i=98 -> XCVIII
  i=99 -> XCIX
  i=100 -> C
  i=101 -> CI
  i=102 -> CII
  i=103 -> CIII
  i=104 -> CIV
  i=105 -> CV
  i=106 -> CVI
  i=107 -> CVII
  i=108 -> CVIII
  i=109 -> CIX
  i=110 -> CX
  i=111 -> CXI
  i=112 -> CXII
  i=113 -> CXIII
  i=114 -> CXIV
  i=115 -> CXV
  i=116 -> CXVI
  i=117 -> CXVII
  i=118 -> CXVIII
  i=119 -> CXIX
  i=120 -> CXX
  i=121 -> CXXI
  i=122 -> CXXII
  i=123 -> CXXIII
  i=124 -> CXXIV
  i=125 -> CXXV
  i=126 -> CXXVI
  i=127 -> CXXVII
  i=128 -> CXXVIII
  i=129 -> CXXIX
  i=130 -> CXXX
  i=131 -> CXXXI
  i=132 -> CXXXII
  i=133 -> CXXXIII
  i=134 -> CXXXIV
  i=135 -> CXXXV
  i=136 -> CXXXVI
  i=137 -> CXXXVII
  i=138 -> CXXXVIII
  i=139 -> CXXXIX
  i=140 -> CXL
  i=141 -> CXLI
  i=142 -> CXLII
  i=143 -> CXLIII
  i=144 -> CXLIV
  i=145 -> CXLV
  i=146 -> CXLVI
  i=147 -> CXLVII
  i=148 -> CXLVIII
  i=149 -> CXLIX
  i=150 -> CL
  i=151 -> CLI
  i=152 -> CLII
  i=153 -> CLIII
  i=154 -> CLIV
  i=155 -> CLV
  i=156 -> CLVI
  i=157 -> CLVII
  i=158 -> CLVIII
  i=159 -> CLIX
  i=160 -> CLX
  i=161 -> CLXI
  i=162 -> CLXII
  i=163 -> CLXIII
  i=164 -> CLXIV
  i=165 -> CLXV
  i=166 -> CLXVI
  i=167 -> CLXVII
  i=168 -> CLXVIII
  i=169 -> CLXIX
  i=170 -> CLXX
  i=171 -> CLXXI
  i=172 -> CLXXII
  i=173 -> CLXXIII
  i=174 -> CLXXIV
  i=175 -> CLXXV
  i=176 -> CLXXVI
  i=177 -> CLXXVII
  i=178 -> CLXXVIII
  i=179 -> CLXXIX
  i=180 -> CLXXX
  i=181 -> CLXXXI
  i=182 -> CLXXXII
  i=183 -> CLXXXIII
  i=184 -> CLXXXIV
  i=185 -> CLXXXV
  i=186 -> CLXXXVI
  i=187 -> CLXXXVII
  i=188 -> CLXXXVIII
  i=189 -> CLXXXIX
  i=190 -> CXC
  i=191 -> CXCI
  i=192 -> CXCII
  i=193 -> CXCIII
  i=194 -> CXCIV
  i=195 -> CXCV
  i=196 -> CXCVI
  i=197 -> CXCVII
  i=198 -> CXCVIII
  i=199 -> CXCIX
  i=200 -> CC
  i=201 -> CCI
  i=202 -> CCII
  i=203 -> CCIII
  i=204 -> CCIV
  i=205 -> CCV
  i=206 -> CCVI
  i=207 -> CCVII
  i=208 -> CCVIII
  i=209 -> CCIX
  i=210 -> CCX
  i=211 -> CCXI
  i=212 -> CCXII
  i=213 -> CCXIII
  i=214 -> CCXIV
  i=215 -> CCXV
  i=216 -> CCXVI
  i=217 -> CCXVII
  i=218 -> CCXVIII
  i=219 -> CCXIX
  i=220 -> CCXX
  i=221 -> CCXXI
  i=222 -> CCXXII
  i=223 -> CCXXIII
  i=224 -> CCXXIV
  i=225 -> CCXXV
  i=226 -> CCXXVI
  i=227 -> CCXXVII
  i=228 -> CCXXVIII
  i=229 -> CCXXIX
  i=230 -> CCXXX
  i=231 -> CCXXXI
  i=232 -> CCXXXII
  i=233 -> CCXXXIII
  i=234 -> CCXXXIV
  i=235 -> CCXXXV
  i=236 -> CCXXXVI
  i=237 -> CCXXXVII
  i=238 -> CCXXXVIII
  i=239 -> CCXXXIX
  i=240 -> CCXL
  i=241 -> CCXLI
  i=242 -> CCXLII
  i=243 -> CCXLIII
  i=244 -> CCXLIV
  i=245 -> CCXLV
  i=246 -> CCXLVI
  i=247 -> CCXLVII
  i=248 -> CCXLVIII
  i=249 -> CCXLIX
  i=250 -> CCL
  i=251 -> CCLI
  i=252 -> CCLII
  i=253 -> CCLIII
  i=254 -> CCLIV
  i=255 -> CCLV

top align in html table?

<TABLE COLS="3" border="0" cellspacing="0" cellpadding="0">
    <TR style="vertical-align:top">
        <TD>
            <!-- The log text-box -->
            <div style="height:800px; width:240px; border:1px solid #ccc; font:16px/26px Georgia, Garamond, Serif; overflow:auto;">
                Log:
            </div>
        </TD>
        <TD>
            <!-- The 2nd column -->
        </TD>
        <TD>
            <!-- The 3rd column -->
        </TD>
    </TR>
</TABLE>

IEnumerable<object> a = new IEnumerable<object>(); Can I do this?

I wanted to create a new enumerable object or list and be able to add to it.

This comment changes everything. You can't add to a generic IEnumerable<T>. If you want to stay with the interfaces in System.Collections.Generic, you need to use a class that implements ICollection<T> like List<T>.

How can I deploy an iPhone application from Xcode to a real iPhone device?

I was going through the Apple Developer last night and there in the Provisioning Certificate I found something like - "Signing Team Members". I think there is a way to add team members to the paid profile. You can just ask to the App Id Owner(paid one) to add you as a team member. I am not sure. Still searching on that.

How to split a string in Haskell?

Try this one:

import Data.List (unfoldr)

separateBy :: Eq a => a -> [a] -> [[a]]
separateBy chr = unfoldr sep where
  sep [] = Nothing
  sep l  = Just . fmap (drop 1) . break (== chr) $ l

Only works for a single char, but should be easily extendable.

Force uninstall of Visual Studio

If you don't have media, doing a dir /s vs_ultimate.exe from the root prompt will find it. Mine was in C:\ProgramData\Package Cache\{[guid]}. Once I navigated there and ran vs_ultimate.exe with the /uninstall and /force flags, the uninstaller ran

I opened the program "Command Prompt" with as administrator and search run "dir /s vs_ultimate.exe" in ProgramData folder and find path to vs_ultimate.exe file.

Then I changed my working directory to that path and ran vs_ultimate.exe /uninstall /force.

Finally its done.

Cloning git repo causes error - Host key verification failed. fatal: The remote end hung up unexpectedly

I had the same issue, and the solution is very simple, just change to git bash from cmd or other windows command line tools. Windows sometimes does not work well with git npm dependencies.

Get value of input field inside an iframe

Without Iframe We can do this by JQuery but it will give you only HTML page source and no dynamic links or html tags will display. Almost same as php solution but in JQuery :) Code---

var purl = "http://www.othersite.com";
$.getJSON('http://whateverorigin.org/get?url=' +
    encodeURIComponent(purl) + '&callback=?',
    function (data) {
    $('#viewer').html(data.contents);
});

Prevent the keyboard from displaying on activity start

You can also write these lines of code in the direct parent layout of the .xml layout file in which you have the "problem":

android:focusable="true"
android:focusableInTouchMode="true"

For example:

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

    <EditText
        android:id="@+id/myEditText"
        ...
        android:hint="@string/write_here" />

    <Button
        android:id="@+id/button_ok"
        ...
        android:text="@string/ok" />
</LinearLayout>


EDIT :

Example if the EditText is contained in another layout:

<?xml version="1.0" encoding="utf-8"?>
<ConstraintLayout xmlns:android="http://schemas.android.com/apk/res/android"
    android:layout_width="match_parent"
    ... >                                            <!--not here-->

    ...    <!--other elements-->

    <LinearLayout
        android:id="@+id/theDirectParent"
        ...
        android:focusable="true"
        android:focusableInTouchMode="true" >        <!--here-->

        <EditText
            android:id="@+id/myEditText"
            ...
            android:hint="@string/write_here" />

        <Button
            android:id="@+id/button_ok"
            ...
            android:text="@string/ok" />
    </LinearLayout>

</ConstraintLayout>

The key is to make sure that the EditText is not directly focusable.
Bye! ;-)

Query an XDocument for elements by name at any depth

Descendants should work absolutely fine. Here's an example:

using System;
using System.Xml.Linq;

class Test
{
    static void Main()
    {
        string xml = @"
<root>
  <child id='1'/>
  <child id='2'>
    <grandchild id='3' />
    <grandchild id='4' />
  </child>
</root>";
        XDocument doc = XDocument.Parse(xml);

        foreach (XElement element in doc.Descendants("grandchild"))
        {
            Console.WriteLine(element);
        }
    }
}

Results:

<grandchild id="3" />
<grandchild id="4" />

What is the difference between background and background-color

background is shorthand property for the following:

 - background-color
 - background-image
 - background-repeat
 - background-attachment
 - background-position

You can detailed info on every property here

Properties order

In most of browser implementation (i think maybe older browser could present issues) the order of the properties does not matter, except for:

  • background-origin and background-clip: when both of this properties are present, the first one refer to -origin and the second to -clip.

    Example:

    background: content-box green padding-box;
    

    Is equivalent to:

    background-origin: content-box;
    background-color: green;
    background-clip: padding-box;
    
  • background-size must always follow background-position and the properties must be separated by /

  • if background-position is composed by two numbers, the first one is the horizontal value and the second the vertical value.

How do you make Vim unhighlight what you searched for?

Append the following line to the end of your .vimrc to prevent highlighting altogether:

set nohlsearch

Unable to start MySQL server

Mine did not start because the Server did not accept the 'Dedicated MySQL Server' setting in the Configuration.

Where do I find the Instagram media ID of a image

In pure JS (provided your browser can handle XHRs, which every major browser [including IE > 6] can):

function igurlretrieve(url) {

  var urldsrc = "http://api.instagram.com/oembed?url=" + url;

  //fetch data from URL data source
  var x = new XMLHttpRequest();
  x.open('GET', urldsrc, true);
  x.send();

  //load resulting JSON data as JS object
  var urldata = JSON.parse(x.responseText);

  //reconstruct data as "instagram://" URL that can be opened in iOS app
  var reconsturl = "instagram://media?id=" + urldata.media_id;
  return reconsturl;

}

Provided this is your goal -- simply opening the page in the Instagram iOS app, which is exactly what this is about -- this should do, especially if you don't want to have to endure licensing fees.

Log all queries in mysql

OS / mysql version:

$ uname -a
Darwin Raphaels-MacBook-Pro.local 15.6.0 Darwin Kernel Version 15.6.0: Thu Jun 21 20:07:40 PDT 2018; root:xnu-3248.73.11~1/RELEASE_X86_64 x86_64

$ mysql --version
/usr/local/mysql/bin/mysql  Ver 14.14 Distrib 5.6.23, for osx10.8 (x86_64) using  EditLine wrapper

Adding logging (example, I don't think /var/log/... is the best path on Mac OS but that worked:

sudo vi ./usr/local/mysql-5.6.23-osx10.8-x86_64/my.cnf

[mysqld]
general_log = on
general_log_file=/var/log/mysql/mysqld_general.log

Restarted Mysql

Result:

$ sudo tail -f /var/log/mysql/mysqld_general.log
181210  9:41:04    21 Connect   root@localhost on employees
           21 Query /* mysql-connector-java-5.1.47 ( Revision: fe1903b1ecb4a96a917f7ed3190d80c049b1de29 ) */SELECT  @@session.auto_increment_increment AS auto_increment_increment, @@character_set_client AS character_set_client, @@character_set_connection AS character_set_connection, @@character_set_results AS character_set_results, @@character_set_server AS character_set_server, @@collation_server AS collation_server, @@collation_connection AS collation_connection, @@init_connect AS init_connect, @@interactive_timeout AS interactive_timeout, @@license AS license, @@lower_case_table_names AS lower_case_table_names, @@max_allowed_packet AS max_allowed_packet, @@net_buffer_length AS net_buffer_length, @@net_write_timeout AS net_write_timeout, @@query_cache_size AS query_cache_size, @@query_cache_type AS query_cache_type, @@sql_mode AS sql_mode, @@system_time_zone AS system_time_zone, @@time_zone AS time_zone, @@tx_isolation AS transaction_isolation, @@wait_timeout AS wait_timeout
           21 Query SET NAMES latin1
           21 Query SET character_set_results = NULL
           21 Query SET autocommit=1
           21 Query SELECT USER()
           21 Query SELECT USER()
181210  9:41:10    21 Query show tables
181210  9:41:25    21 Query select count(*) from current_dept_emp

Correct way to use Modernizr to detect IE?

Modernizr doesn't detect browsers as such, it detects which feature and capability are present and this is the whole jist of what it's trying to do.

You could try hooking in a simple detection script like this and then using it to make your choice. I've included Version Detection as well just in case that's needed. If you only want to check of any version of IE you could just look for the navigator.userAgent having a value of "MSIE".

_x000D_
_x000D_
var BrowserDetect = {_x000D_
        init: function () {_x000D_
            this.browser = this.searchString(this.dataBrowser) || "Other";_x000D_
            this.version = this.searchVersion(navigator.userAgent) || this.searchVersion(navigator.appVersion) || "Unknown";_x000D_
        },_x000D_
        searchString: function (data) {_x000D_
            for (var i = 0; i < data.length; i++) {_x000D_
                var dataString = data[i].string;_x000D_
                this.versionSearchString = data[i].subString;_x000D_
_x000D_
                if (dataString.indexOf(data[i].subString) !== -1) {_x000D_
                    return data[i].identity;_x000D_
                }_x000D_
            }_x000D_
        },_x000D_
        searchVersion: function (dataString) {_x000D_
            var index = dataString.indexOf(this.versionSearchString);_x000D_
            if (index === -1) {_x000D_
                return;_x000D_
            }_x000D_
_x000D_
            var rv = dataString.indexOf("rv:");_x000D_
            if (this.versionSearchString === "Trident" && rv !== -1) {_x000D_
                return parseFloat(dataString.substring(rv + 3));_x000D_
            } else {_x000D_
                return parseFloat(dataString.substring(index + this.versionSearchString.length + 1));_x000D_
            }_x000D_
        },_x000D_
_x000D_
        dataBrowser: [_x000D_
            {string: navigator.userAgent, subString: "Edge", identity: "MS Edge"},_x000D_
            {string: navigator.userAgent, subString: "MSIE", identity: "Explorer"},_x000D_
            {string: navigator.userAgent, subString: "Trident", identity: "Explorer"},_x000D_
            {string: navigator.userAgent, subString: "Firefox", identity: "Firefox"},_x000D_
            {string: navigator.userAgent, subString: "Opera", identity: "Opera"},  _x000D_
            {string: navigator.userAgent, subString: "OPR", identity: "Opera"},  _x000D_
_x000D_
            {string: navigator.userAgent, subString: "Chrome", identity: "Chrome"}, _x000D_
            {string: navigator.userAgent, subString: "Safari", identity: "Safari"}       _x000D_
        ]_x000D_
    };_x000D_
    _x000D_
    BrowserDetect.init();_x000D_
    document.write("You are using <b>" + BrowserDetect.browser + "</b> with version <b>" + BrowserDetect.version + "</b>");
_x000D_
_x000D_
_x000D_

You can then simply check for:

BrowserDetect.browser == 'Explorer';
BrowserDetect.version <= 9;

Extract digits from a string in Java

public String extractDigits(String src) {
    StringBuilder builder = new StringBuilder();
    for (int i = 0; i < src.length(); i++) {
        char c = src.charAt(i);
        if (Character.isDigit(c)) {
            builder.append(c);
        }
    }
    return builder.toString();
}

Get user info via Google API

This scope https://www.googleapis.com/auth/userinfo.profile has been deprecated now. Please look at https://developers.google.com/+/api/auth-migration#timetable.

New scope you will be using to get profile info is: profile or https://www.googleapis.com/auth/plus.login

and the endpoint is - https://www.googleapis.com/plus/v1/people/{userId} - userId can be just 'me' for currently logged in user.

Access-Control-Allow-Origin: * in tomcat

The issue arose because of not including jar file as part of the project. I was just including it in tomcat lib. Using the below in web.xml works now:

<filter>
    <filter-name>springSecurityFilterChain</filter-name>
    <filter-class>
        org.springframework.web.filter.DelegatingFilterProxy
    </filter-class>
</filter>

 <filter-mapping>
    <filter-name>springSecurityFilterChain</filter-name>
    <url-pattern>/*</url-pattern>
</filter-mapping>

<filter>
    <filter-name>CORS</filter-name>
    <filter-class>com.thetransactioncompany.cors.CORSFilter</filter-class>

    <init-param>
        <param-name>cors.allowOrigin</param-name>
        <param-value>*</param-value>
    </init-param>
    <init-param>
        <param-name>cors.supportsCredentials</param-name>
        <param-value>false</param-value>
    </init-param>
    <init-param>
        <param-name>cors.supportedHeaders</param-name>
        <param-value>accept, authorization, origin</param-value>
    </init-param>
    <init-param>
        <param-name>cors.supportedMethods</param-name>
        <param-value>GET, POST, HEAD, OPTIONS</param-value>
    </init-param>
</filter>


<filter-mapping>
    <filter-name>CORS</filter-name>
    <url-pattern>/*</url-pattern>
</filter-mapping>

And the below in your project dependency:

<dependency>
    <groupId>com.thetransactioncompany</groupId>
    <artifactId>cors-filter</artifactId>
    <version>1.3.2</version>
</dependency>

Why is my JQuery selector returning a n.fn.init[0], and what is it?

Another approach(Inside of $function to asure that the each is executed on document ready):

var ids = [1,2];
$(function(){
  $('.checkbox-wrapper>input[type="checkbox"]').each(function(i,item){
    if(ids.indexOf($(item).data('id')) > -1){
       $(item).prop("checked", "checked");
    }
  });
});

Working fiddle: https://jsfiddle.net/robertrozas/w5uda72v/

What is the n.fn.init[0], and why it is returned? Why are my two seemingly identical JQuery functions returning different things?

Answer: It seems that your elements are not in the DOM yet, when you are trying to find them. As @Rory McCrossan pointed out, the length:0 means that it doesn't find any element based on your search criteria.

About n.fn.init[0], lets look at the core of the Jquery Library:

var jQuery = function( selector, context ) {
   return new jQuery.fn.init( selector, context );
};

Looks familiar, right?, now in a minified version of jquery, this should looks like:

var n = function( selector, context ) {
   return new n.fn.init( selector, context );
};

So when you use a selector you are creating an instance of the jquery function; when found an element based on the selector criteria it returns the matched elements; when the criteria does not match anything it returns the prototype object of the function.

Hive: Convert String to Integer

It would return NULL but if taken as BIGINT would show the number

How to shift a column in Pandas DataFrame

This is how I do it:

df_ext = pd.DataFrame(index=pd.date_range(df.index[-1], periods=8, closed='right'))
df2 = pd.concat([df, df_ext], axis=0, sort=True)
df2["forecast"] = df2["some column"].shift(7)

Basically I am generating an empty dataframe with the desired index and then just concatenate them together. But I would really like to see this as a standard feature in pandas so I have proposed an enhancement to pandas.

PHPExcel - creating multiple sheets by iteration

When you first instantiate the $objPHPExcel, it already has a single sheet (sheet 0); you're then adding a new sheet (which will become sheet 1), but setting active sheet to sheet $i (when $i is 0)... so you're renaming and populating the original worksheet created when you instantiated $objPHPExcel rather than the one you've just added... this is your title "0".

You're also using the createSheet() method, which both creates a new worksheet and adds it to the workbook... but you're also adding it again yourself which is effectively adding the sheet in two position.

So first iteration, you already have sheet0, add a new sheet at both indexes 1 and 2, and edit/title sheet 0. Second iteration, you add a new sheet at both indexes 3 and 4, and edit/title sheet 1, but because you have the same sheet at indexes 1 and 2 this effectively writes to the sheet at index 2. Third iteration, you add a new sheet at indexes 5 and 6, and edit/title sheet 2, overwriting your earlier editing/titleing of sheet 1 which acted against sheet 2 instead.... and so on

UNION with WHERE clause

Just a caution

If you tried

SELECT colA, colB FROM tableA WHERE colA > 1
UNION
SELECT colX, colA FROM tableB WHERE colA > 1

compared to:

SELECT * 
  FROM (SELECT colA, colB FROM tableA
        UNION
        SELECT colX, colA FROM tableB) 
 WHERE colA > 1

Then in the second query, the colA in the where clause will actually have the colX from tableB, making it a very different query. If columns are being aliased in this way, it can get confusing.

C#: How to add subitems in ListView

add:

.SubItems.Add("asdasdasd");

to the last line of your code so it will look like this in the end.

listView1.Items.Add("sdasdasdasd").SubItems.Add("asdasdasd");

How to execute two mysql queries as one in PHP/MYSQL?

You'll have to use the MySQLi extension if you don't want to execute a query twice:

if (mysqli_multi_query($link, $query))
{
    $result1 = mysqli_store_result($link);
    $result2 = null;

    if (mysqli_more_results($link))
    {
        mysqli_next_result($link);
        $result2 = mysqli_store_result($link);
    }

    // do something with both result sets.

    if ($result1)
        mysqli_free_result($result1);

    if ($result2)
        mysqli_free_result($result2);
}

Change CSS class properties with jQuery

You can remove classes and add classes dynamically

$(document).ready(function(){
    $('#div').removeClass('left').addClass('right');
});

Return values from the row above to the current row

This formula does not require a column letter reference ("A", "B", etc.). It returns the value of the cell one row above in the same column.

=INDIRECT(ADDRESS(ROW()-1,COLUMN()))

How to clear input buffer in C?

But I cannot explain myself how it works? Because in the while statement, we use getchar() != '\n', that means read any single character except '\n'?? if so, in the input buffer still remains the '\n' character??? Am I misunderstanding something??

The thing you may not realize is that the comparison happens after getchar() removes the character from the input buffer. So when you reach the '\n', it is consumed and then you break out of the loop.

Change / Add syntax highlighting for a language in Sublime 2/3

I finally found a way to customize the given Themes.

Go to C:\Program Files\Sublime Text 3\Packages and copy + rename Color Scheme - Default.sublime-package to Color Scheme - Default.zip. Afterwards unzip it and copy the Theme, you want to change to %APPDATA%\Sublime Text 3\Packages\User. (In my case, All Hallow's Eve.tmTheme).

Then you can open it with any Text Editor and change / add something, for example for changing this in JavaScript:

<dict>
    <key>name</key>
    <string>Lang Variable</string>
    <key>scope</key>
    <string>variable.language</string>
    <key>settings</key>
    <dict>
        <key>foreground</key>
        <string>#FF0000</string>
    </dict>
</dict>

This will mark this in JavaScript Files red. You can select your Theme under Preferences -> Color Scheme -> User -> <Your Name>.

PostgreSQL, checking date relative to "today"

select * from mytable where mydate > now() - interval '1 year';

If you only care about the date and not the time, substitute current_date for now()

C# Telnet Library

I doubt very much a telnet library will ever be part of the .Net BCL, although you do have almost full socket support so it wouldnt be too hard to emulate a telnet client, Telnet in its general implementation is a legacy and dying technology that where exists generally sits behind a nice new modern facade. In terms of Unix/Linux variants you'll find that out the box its SSH and enabling telnet is generally considered poor practice.

You could check out: http://granados.sourceforge.net/ - SSH Library for .Net http://www.tamirgal.com/home/dev.aspx?Item=SharpSsh

You'll still need to put in place your own wrapper to handle events for feeding in input in a scripted manner.

How do I programmatically get the GUID of an application in .NET 2.0

Try the following code. The value you are looking for is stored on a GuidAttribute instance attached to the Assembly

using System.Runtime.InteropServices;

static void Main(string[] args)
{
    var assembly = typeof(Program).Assembly;
    var attribute = (GuidAttribute)assembly.GetCustomAttributes(typeof(GuidAttribute),true)[0];
    var id = attribute.Value;
    Console.WriteLine(id);
}

How to set URL query params in Vue with Vue-Router

Here is the example in docs:

// with query, resulting in /register?plan=private
router.push({ path: 'register', query: { plan: 'private' }})

Ref: https://router.vuejs.org/en/essentials/navigation.html

As mentioned in those docs, router.replace works like router.push

So, you seem to have it right in your sample code in question. But I think you may need to include either name or path parameter also, so that the router has some route to navigate to. Without a name or path, it does not look very meaningful.

This is my current understanding now:

  • query is optional for router - some additional info for the component to construct the view
  • name or path is mandatory - it decides what component to show in your <router-view>.

That might be the missing thing in your sample code.

EDIT: Additional details after comments

Have you tried using named routes in this case? You have dynamic routes, and it is easier to provide params and query separately:

routes: [
    { name: 'user-view', path: '/user/:id', component: UserView },
    // other routes
]

and then in your methods:

this.$router.replace({ name: "user-view", params: {id:"123"}, query: {q1: "q1"} })

Technically there is no difference between the above and this.$router.replace({path: "/user/123", query:{q1: "q1"}}), but it is easier to supply dynamic params on named routes than composing the route string. But in either cases, query params should be taken into account. In either case, I couldn't find anything wrong with the way query params are handled.

After you are inside the route, you can fetch your dynamic params as this.$route.params.id and your query params as this.$route.query.q1.

How to get a single value from FormGroup

Another option:

this.form.value['nameOfControl']

How can I get key's value from dictionary in Swift?

Use subscripting to access the value for a dictionary key. This will return an Optional:

let apple: String? = companies["AAPL"]

or

if let apple = companies["AAPL"] {
    // ...
}

You can also enumerate over all of the keys and values:

var companies = ["AAPL" : "Apple Inc", "GOOG" : "Google Inc", "AMZN" : "Amazon.com, Inc", "FB" : "Facebook Inc"]

for (key, value) in companies {
    print("\(key) -> \(value)")
}

Or enumerate over all of the values:

for value in Array(companies.values) {
    print("\(value)")
}

How can I rename a conda environment?

Based upon dwanderson's helpful comment, I was able to do this in a Bash one-liner:

conda create --name envpython2 --file <(conda list -n env1 -e )

My badly named env was "env1" and the new one I wish to clone from it is "envpython2".

React - Display loading screen while DOM is rendering?

Edit your index.html file location in the public folder. Copy your image to same location as index.html in public folder. And then replace the part of the contents of index.html containing <div id="root"> </div> tags to the below given html code.

<div id="root">  <img src="logo-dark300w.png" alt="Spideren" style="vertical-align: middle; position: absolute;
   top: 50%;
   left: 50%;
   margin-top: -100px; /* Half the height */
   margin-left: -250px; /* Half the width */" />  </div>

Logo will now appear in the middle of the page during the loading process. And will then be replaced after a few seconds by React.

Easiest way to flip a boolean value?

Easiest solution that I found:

x ^= true;

What is the easiest way to clear a database from the CLI with manage.py in Django?

Quickest (drops and creates all tables including data):

./manage.py reset appname | ./manage.py dbshell

Caution:

  • Might not work on Windows correctly.
  • Might keep some old tables in the db

Regex: Remove lines containing "help", etc

You can do this using sed: sed '/help/ d' < inputFile > outputFile

how to remove the dotted line around the clicked a element in html

Removing outline will harm accessibility of a website.Therefore i just leave that there but make it invisible.

a {
   outline: transparent;
}

Perl: Use s/ (replace) and return new string

print "bla: ", $myvar =~ tr{a}{b},"\n";

How can I revert a single file to a previous version?

Let's start with a qualitative description of what we want to do (much of this is said in Ben Straub's answer). We've made some number of commits, five of which changed a given file, and we want to revert the file to one of the previous versions. First of all, git doesn't keep version numbers for individual files. It just tracks content - a commit is essentially a snapshot of the work tree, along with some metadata (e.g. commit message). So, we have to know which commit has the version of the file we want. Once we know that, we'll need to make a new commit reverting the file to that state. (We can't just muck around with history, because we've already pushed this content, and editing history messes with everyone else.)

So let's start with finding the right commit. You can see the commits which have made modifications to given file(s) very easily:

git log path/to/file

If your commit messages aren't good enough, and you need to see what was done to the file in each commit, use the -p/--patch option:

git log -p path/to/file

Or, if you prefer the graphical view of gitk

gitk path/to/file

You can also do this once you've started gitk through the view menu; one of the options for a view is a list of paths to include.

Either way, you'll be able to find the SHA1 (hash) of the commit with the version of the file you want. Now, all you have to do is this:

# get the version of the file from the given commit
git checkout <commit> path/to/file
# and commit this modification
git commit

(The checkout command first reads the file into the index, then copies it into the work tree, so there's no need to use git add to add it to the index in preparation for committing.)

If your file may not have a simple history (e.g. renames and copies), see VonC's excellent comment. git can be directed to search more carefully for such things, at the expense of speed. If you're confident the history's simple, you needn't bother.

What processes are using which ports on unix?

Try pfiles PID to show all open files for a process.

Sort dataGridView columns in C# ? (Windows Form)

dataGridView1.Sort(dataGridView1.Columns[0],ListSortDirection.Ascending);

Are there any HTTP/HTTPS interception tools like Fiddler for mac OS X?

HTTPScoop is awesome for inspecting the web traffic on your Mac. It's been incredibly helpful for me. I didn't think twice about the $15 price tag. There is a 14 day trial.

Trigger change event of dropdown

alternatively you can put onchange attribute on the dropdownlist itself, that onchange will call certain jquery function like this.

<input type="dropdownlist" onchange="jqueryFunc()">

<script type="text/javascript">
$(function(){
    jqueryFunc(){
        //something goes here
    }
});
</script>

hope this one helps you, and please note that this code is just a rough draft, not tested on any ide. thanks

Difference between jQuery’s .hide() and setting CSS to display: none

See there is no difference if you use basic hide method. But jquery provides various hide method which give effects to the element. Refer below link for detailed explanation: Effects for Hide in Jquery

Access restriction: Is not accessible due to restriction on required library ..\jre\lib\rt.jar

Go to Buildpath

Remove Existing JRE and add new JRE library which contain Jdk1.6 and finish Now clean all project and build again

I think this way you can resolved your error

Change a column type from Date to DateTime during ROR migration

First in your terminal:

rails g migration change_date_format_in_my_table

Then in your migration file:

For Rails >= 3.2:

class ChangeDateFormatInMyTable < ActiveRecord::Migration
  def up
    change_column :my_table, :my_column, :datetime
  end

  def down
    change_column :my_table, :my_column, :date
  end
end

How to convert between bytes and strings in Python 3?

The 'mangler' in the above code sample was doing the equivalent of this:

bytesThing = stringThing.encode(encoding='UTF-8')

There are other ways to write this (notably using bytes(stringThing, encoding='UTF-8'), but the above syntax makes it obvious what is going on, and also what to do to recover the string:

newStringThing = bytesThing.decode(encoding='UTF-8')

When we do this, the original string is recovered.

Note, using str(bytesThing) just transcribes all the gobbledegook without converting it back into Unicode, unless you specifically request UTF-8, viz., str(bytesThing, encoding='UTF-8'). No error is reported if the encoding is not specified.

Use of the MANIFEST.MF file in Java

The content of the Manifest file in a JAR file created with version 1.0 of the Java Development Kit is the following.

Manifest-Version: 1.0

All the entries are as name-value pairs. The name of a header is separated from its value by a colon. The default manifest shows that it conforms to version 1.0 of the manifest specification. The manifest can also contain information about the other files that are packaged in the archive. Exactly what file information is recorded in the manifest will depend on the intended use for the JAR file. The default manifest file makes no assumptions about what information it should record about other files, so its single line contains data only about itself. Special-Purpose Manifest Headers

Depending on the intended role of the JAR file, the default manifest may have to be modified. If the JAR file is created only for the purpose of archival, then the MANIFEST.MF file is of no purpose. Most uses of JAR files go beyond simple archiving and compression and require special information to be in the manifest file. Summarized below are brief descriptions of the headers that are required for some special-purpose JAR-file functions

Applications Bundled as JAR Files: If an application is bundled in a JAR file, the Java Virtual Machine needs to be told what the entry point to the application is. An entry point is any class with a public static void main(String[] args) method. This information is provided in the Main-Class header, which has the general form:

Main-Class: classname

The value classname is to be replaced with the application's entry point.

Download Extensions: Download extensions are JAR files that are referenced by the manifest files of other JAR files. In a typical situation, an applet will be bundled in a JAR file whose manifest references a JAR file (or several JAR files) that will serve as an extension for the purposes of that applet. Extensions may reference each other in the same way. Download extensions are specified in the Class-Path header field in the manifest file of an applet, application, or another extension. A Class-Path header might look like this, for example:

Class-Path: servlet.jar infobus.jar acme/beans.jar

With this header, the classes in the files servlet.jar, infobus.jar, and acme/beans.jar will serve as extensions for purposes of the applet or application. The URLs in the Class-Path header are given relative to the URL of the JAR file of the applet or application.

Package Sealing: A package within a JAR file can be optionally sealed, which means that all classes defined in that package must be archived in the same JAR file. A package might be sealed to ensure version consistency among the classes in your software or as a security measure. To seal a package, a Name header needs to be added for the package, followed by a Sealed header, similar to this:

Name: myCompany/myPackage/
Sealed: true

The Name header's value is the package's relative pathname. Note that it ends with a '/' to distinguish it from a filename. Any headers following a Name header, without any intervening blank lines, apply to the file or package specified in the Name header. In the above example, because the Sealed header occurs after the Name: myCompany/myPackage header, with no blank lines between, the Sealed header will be interpreted as applying (only) to the package myCompany/myPackage.

Package Versioning: The Package Versioning specification defines several manifest headers to hold versioning information. One set of such headers can be assigned to each package. The versioning headers should appear directly beneath the Name header for the package. This example shows all the versioning headers:

Name: java/util/
Specification-Title: "Java Utility Classes" 
Specification-Version: "1.2"
Specification-Vendor: "Sun Microsystems, Inc.".
Implementation-Title: "java.util" 
Implementation-Version: "build57"
Implementation-Vendor: "Sun Microsystems, Inc."

Find current directory and file's directory

You may find this useful as a reference:

import os

print("Path at terminal when executing this file")
print(os.getcwd() + "\n")

print("This file path, relative to os.getcwd()")
print(__file__ + "\n")

print("This file full path (following symlinks)")
full_path = os.path.realpath(__file__)
print(full_path + "\n")

print("This file directory and name")
path, filename = os.path.split(full_path)
print(path + ' --> ' + filename + "\n")

print("This file directory only")
print(os.path.dirname(full_path))

Powershell Get-ChildItem most recent file in directory

If you want the latest file in the directory and you are using only the LastWriteTime to determine the latest file, you can do something like below:

gci path | sort LastWriteTime | select -last 1

On the other hand, if you want to only rely on the names that have the dates in them, you should be able to something similar

gci path | select -last 1

Also, if there are directories in the directory, you might want to add a ?{-not $_.PsIsContainer}

How to compare only Date without Time in DateTime types in Linq to SQL with Entity Framework?

For a true comparison, you can use:

dateTime1.Date.CompareTo(dateTime2.Date);

What does += mean in Python?

it means "append "THIS" to the current value"

example:

a = "hello"; a += " world";

printing a now will output: "hello world"

How do I invoke a Java method when given the method name as a string?

for me a pretty simple and fool proof way would be to simply make a method caller method like so:

public static object methodCaller(String methodName)
{
    if(methodName.equals("getName"))
        return className.getName();
}

then when you need to call the method simply put something like this

//calling a toString method is unnessary here, but i use it to have my programs to both rigid and self-explanitory 
System.out.println(methodCaller(methodName).toString()); 

Select current element in jQuery

Fortunately, jQuery selectors allow you much more freedom:

$("div a").click( function(event)
{
   var clicked = $(this); // jQuery wrapper for clicked element
   // ... click-specific code goes here ...
});

...will attach the specified callback to each <a> contained in a <div>.

Greater than less than, python

Check to make sure that both score and array[x] are numerical types. You might be comparing an integer to a string...which is heartbreakingly possible in Python 2.x.

>>> 2 < "2"
True
>>> 2 > "2"
False
>>> 2 == "2"
False

Edit

Further explanation: How does Python compare string and int?

How to read all of Inputstream in Server Socket JAVA

int c;
    String raw = "";
    do {
        c = inputstream.read();
        raw+=(char)c;
    } while(inputstream.available()>0);

InputStream.available() shows the available bytes only after one byte is read, hence do .. while

Git: "Not currently on any branch." Is there an easy way to get back on a branch, while keeping the changes?

git checkout master

That's result something like this:

Warning: you are leaving 2 commits behind, not connected to
any of your branches:

1e7822f readme
0116b5b returned to clean django

If you want to keep them by creating a new branch, this may be a good time to do so with:
git branch new_branch_name 1e7822f25e376d6a1182bb86a0adf3a774920e1e

So, let's do it:

git merge 1e7822f25e376d6a1182bb86a0adf3a774920e1e

nginx upload client_max_body_size issue

From the documentation:

It is necessary to keep in mind that the browsers do not know how to correctly show this error.

I suspect this is what's happening, if you inspect the HTTP to-and-fro using tools such as Firebug or Live HTTP Headers (both Firefox extensions) you'll be able to see what's really going on.