Programs & Examples On #Url link

How to make a submit out of a <a href...>...</a> link?

Something like this page ?

<!DOCTYPE html PUBLIC "-//W3C//DTD XHTML 1.0 Strict//EN"
"http://www.w3.org/TR/xhtml1/DTD/xhtml1-strict.dtd">
<html xmlns="http://www.w3.org/1999/xhtml" lang="fr">
<head>
    <meta http-equiv="Content-Type" content="text/html; charset=utf-8" />
    <title>BSO Communication</title>

<style type="text/css">
.submit {
    border : 0;
    background : url(ok.gif) left top no-repeat;
    height : 24px;
    width : 24px;
    cursor : pointer;
    text-indent : -9999px;
}
html:first-child .submit {
    padding-left : 1000px;
}
</style>
<!--[if IE]>
<style type="text/css">
.submit {
    text-indent : 0;
    color : expression(this.value = '');
}
</style>
<![endif]-->
</head>

<body>
    <h1>Display input submit as image with CSS</h1>

    <p>Take a look at <a href="/2007/07/26/afficher-un-input-submit-comme-une-image/">the related article</a> (in french).</p>
    <form action="" method="get">
        <fieldset>
            <legend>Some form</legend>
            <p class="field">
                <label for="input">Some value</label>

                <input type="text" id="input" name="value" />
                <input type="submit" class="submit" />
            </p>
        </fieldset>
    </form>

    <hr />
    <p>This page is part of the <a href="http://www.bsohq.fr">BSO Communication blog</a>.</p>

</body>
</html>

How does bitshifting work in Java?

You can't write binary literals like 00101011 in Java so you can write it in hexadecimal instead:

byte x = 0x2b;

To calculate the result of x >> 2 you can then just write exactly that and print the result.

System.out.println(x >> 2);

Run a controller function whenever a view is opened/shown

I faced at the same problem, and here i leave the reason of this behavior for everyone else with the same issue.

View LifeCycle

In order to improve performance, we've improved Ionic's ability to cache view elements and scope data. Once a controller is initialized, it may persist throughout the app’s life; it’s just hidden and removed from the watch cycle. Since we aren’t rebuilding scope, we’ve added events for which we should listen when entering the watch cycle again.

To see full description and $ionicView events go to: http://ionicframework.com/blog/navigating-the-changes/

How to pass an array to a function in VBA?

This seems unnecessary, but VBA is a strange place. If you declare an array variable, then set it using Array() then pass the variable into your function, VBA will be happy.

Sub test()
    Dim fString As String
    Dim arr() As Variant
    arr = Array("foo", "bar")
    fString = processArr(arr)
End Sub

Also your function processArr() could be written as:

Function processArr(arr() As Variant) As String
    processArr = Replace(Join(arr()), " ", "")
End Function

If you are into the whole brevity thing.

Using String Format to show decimal up to 2 places or simple integer

This is a common formatting floating number use case.

Unfortunately, all of the built-in one-letter format strings (eg. F, G, N) won't achieve this directly.
For example, num.ToString("F2") will always show 2 decimal places like 123.40.

You'll have to use 0.## pattern even it looks a little verbose.

A complete code example:

double a = 123.4567;
double b = 123.40;
double c = 123.00;

string sa = a.ToString("0.##"); // 123.46
string sb = b.ToString("0.##"); // 123.4
string sc = c.ToString("0.##"); // 123

how to change a selections options based on another select option selected?

Here is my simple solution using Jquery filters.

$('#publisher').on('change', function(e) {
   let selector = $(this).val();
   $("#site > option").hide();
   $("#site > option").filter(function(){return $(this).data('pub') == selector}).show();
});

JSFIDDLE

Where is the Query Analyzer in SQL Server Management Studio 2008 R2?

Yes there is one and it is inside the SQLServer management studio. Unlike the previous versions I think. Follow these simple steps.

1)Right click on a database in the Object explorer 2)Selected New Query from the popup menu 3)Query Analyzer will be opened.

Enjoy work.

How can I get the username of the logged-in user in Django?

You can use the request object to find the logged in user

def my_view(request):
    username = None
    if request.user.is_authenticated():
        username = request.user.username

According to https://docs.djangoproject.com/en/2.0/releases/1.10/

In version Django 2.0 the syntax has changed to

request.user.is_authenticated

How to Read and Write from the Serial Port

SerialPort (RS-232 Serial COM Port) in C# .NET
This article explains how to use the SerialPort class in .NET to read and write data, determine what serial ports are available on your machine, and how to send files. It even covers the pin assignments on the port itself.

Example Code:

using System;
using System.IO.Ports;
using System.Windows.Forms;

namespace SerialPortExample
{
  class SerialPortProgram
  {
    // Create the serial port with basic settings
    private SerialPort port = new SerialPort("COM1",
      9600, Parity.None, 8, StopBits.One);

    [STAThread]
    static void Main(string[] args)
    { 
      // Instatiate this class
      new SerialPortProgram();
    }

    private SerialPortProgram()
    {
      Console.WriteLine("Incoming Data:");

      // Attach a method to be called when there
      // is data waiting in the port's buffer
      port.DataReceived += new 
        SerialDataReceivedEventHandler(port_DataReceived);

      // Begin communications
      port.Open();

      // Enter an application loop to keep this thread alive
      Application.Run();
    }

    private void port_DataReceived(object sender,
      SerialDataReceivedEventArgs e)
    {
      // Show all the incoming data in the port's buffer
      Console.WriteLine(port.ReadExisting());
    }
  }
}

Clearing an HTML file upload field via JavaScript

jQuery tested method working fine in FF & Chrome:

$(function(){
    $.clearUploadField = function(idsel){
        $('#your-id input[name="'+idsel+'"]').val("") 
    }
});

How to download the latest artifact from Artifactory repository?

You could also use Artifactory Query Language to get the latest artifact.

The following shell script is just an example. It uses 'items.find()' (which is available in the non-Pro version), e.g. items.find({ "repo": {"$eq":"my-repo"}, "name": {"$match" : "my-file*"}}) that searches for files that have a repository name equal to "my-repo" and match all files that start with "my-file". Then it uses the shell JSON parser ./jq to extract the latest file by sorting by the date field 'updated'. Finally it uses wget to download the artifact.

#!/bin/bash

# Artifactory settings
host="127.0.0.1"
username="downloader"
password="my-artifactory-token"

# Use Artifactory Query Language to get the latest scraper script (https://www.jfrog.com/confluence/display/RTF/Artifactory+Query+Language)
resultAsJson=$(curl -u$username:"$password" -X POST  http://$host/artifactory/api/search/aql -H "content-type: text/plain" -d 'items.find({ "repo": {"$eq":"my-repo"}, "name": {"$match" : "my-file*"}})')

# Use ./jq to pars JSON
latestFile=$(echo $resultAsJson | jq -r '.results | sort_by(.updated) [-1].name')

# Download the latest scraper script
wget -N -P ./libs/ --user $username --password $password http://$host/artifactory/my-repo/$latestFile

How do I fix an "Invalid license data. Reinstall is required." error in Visual C# 2010 Express?

Installing SQL server data tools for visual studio 2010 did it for me! SSDT has an VS2010 IDE along with it, which overwrites the required registry entries. You can find SSDT here.

Int or Number DataType for DataAnnotation validation attribute

Try one of these regular expressions:

// for numbers that need to start with a zero
[RegularExpression("([0-9]+)")] 


// for numbers that begin from 1
[RegularExpression("([1-9][0-9]*)")] 

hope it helps :D

Where can I set path to make.exe on Windows?

Or you can just run power-shell command to append extra folder to the existing path:

$env:Path += ";C:\temp\terraform" 

JSON character encoding

finally I got the solution:

Only put this line

@RequestMapping(value = "/YOUR_URL_Name",method = RequestMethod.POST,produces = "application/json; charset=utf-8")

this will definitely help.

How to get the url parameters using AngularJS

If you're using ngRoute, you can inject $routeParams into your controller

http://docs.angularjs.org/api/ngRoute/service/$routeParams

If you're using angular-ui-router, you can inject $stateParams

https://github.com/angular-ui/ui-router/wiki/URL-Routing

How can I check if a string is a number?

int.TryPasrse() Methode is the best way so if the value was string you will never have an exception , instead of the TryParse Methode return to you bool value so you will know if the parse operation succeeded or failed

string yourText = "2";
int num;
bool res = int.TryParse(yourText, out num);
if (res == true)
{
    // the operation succeeded and you got the number in num parameter
}
else
{
   // the operation failed
}

How to select only the first rows for each unique value of a column?

This will give you one row of each duplicate row. It will also give you the bit-type columns, and it works at least in MS Sql Server.

(select cname, address 
from (
  select cname,address, rn=row_number() over (partition by cname order by cname) 
  from customeraddresses  
) x 
where rn = 1) order by cname

If you want to find all the duplicates instead, just change the rn= 1 to rn > 1. Hope this helps

Redirecting to a certain route based on condition

    $routeProvider
 .when('/main' , {templateUrl: 'partials/main.html',  controller: MainController})
 .when('/login', {templateUrl: 'partials/login.html', controller: LoginController}).
 .when('/login', {templateUrl: 'partials/index.html', controller: IndexController})
 .otherwise({redirectTo: '/index'});

Editing the git commit message in GitHub

For intellij users: If you want to make changes in interactive way for past commits, which are not pushed follow below steps in Intellij:

  • Select Version Control
  • Select Log
  • Right click the commit for which you want to amend comment
  • Click reword
  • Done

Hope it helps

How can I test a PDF document if it is PDF/A compliant?

If you download the latest version of Adobe Acrobat Reader, it will tell you if your pdf is PDF/A compliant. Just open the PDF file and a big blue marking should appear.

OpenOffice supports PDF/A. For some reason "PDF/A-1" is called

"SelectPdfVersion"
internally in OpenOffice. Just add 1 to that value and your output should be PDF/A.

The different values can be

0 = PDFXNONE
1 = PDFX1A2001
2 = PDFX32002
3 = PDFA1A
4 = PDFA1B

You set

FilterData
to be a
HashMap('SelectPdfVersion',1) //1 for PDFX1A2001

How to implement an android:background that doesn't stretch?

Here's a version of Santosh's answer for programmatically-created buttons, without the need for a separate XML configuration:

Button button = new Button(getContext());
Bitmap backgroundBitmap = BitmapFactory.decodeResource(getResources(), R.drawable.my_button);
BitmapDrawable backgroundDrawable = new BitmapDrawable(getResources(), backgroundBitmap);
backgroundDrawable.setGravity(Gravity.CENTER); // also LEFT, CENTER_VERTICAL, etc.
backgroundDrawable.setColorFilter(new PorterDuffColorFilter(Color.RED, PorterDuff.Mode.SRC_ATOP));
button.setBackground(backgroundDrawable);

I included the ColorFilter line since that works a little differently from buttons with a normal background image.

Finding row index containing maximum value using R

How about the following, where y is the name of your matrix and you are looking for the maximum in the entire matrix:

row(y)[y==max(y)]

if you want to extract the row:

y[row(y)[y==max(y)],] # this returns unsorted rows.

To return sorted rows use:

y[sort(row(y)[y==max(y)]),]

The advantage of this approach is that you can change the conditional inside to anything you need. Also, using col(y) and location of the hanging comma you can also extract columns.

y[,col(y)[y==max(y)]]

To find just the row for the max in a particular column, say column 2 you could use:

seq(along=y[,2])[y[,2]==max(y[,2])]

again the conditional is flexible to look for different requirements.

See Phil Spector's excellent "An introduction to S and S-Plus" Chapter 5 for additional ideas.

Rearrange columns using cut

Using sed

Use sed with basic regular expression's nested subexpressions to capture and reorder the column content. This approach is best suited when there are a limited number of cuts to reorder columns, as in this case.

The basic idea is to surround interesting portions of the search pattern with \( and \), which can be played back in the replacement pattern with \# where # represents the sequential position of the subexpression in the search pattern.

For example:

$ echo "foo bar" | sed "s/\(foo\) \(bar\)/\2 \1/"

yields:

bar foo

Text outside a subexpression is scanned but not retained for playback in the replacement string.

Although the question did not discuss fixed width columns, we will discuss here as this is a worthy measure of any solution posed. For simplicity let's assume the file is space delimited although the solution can be extended for other delimiters.

Collapsing Spaces

To illustrate the simplest usage, let's assume that multiple spaces can be collapsed into single spaces, and the the second column values are terminated with EOL (and not space padded).

File:

bash-3.2$ cat f
Column1    Column2
str1       1
str2       2
str3       3
bash-3.2$ od -a f
0000000    C   o   l   u   m   n   1  sp  sp  sp  sp   C   o   l   u   m
0000020    n   2  nl   s   t   r   1  sp  sp  sp  sp  sp  sp  sp   1  nl
0000040    s   t   r   2  sp  sp  sp  sp  sp  sp  sp   2  nl   s   t   r
0000060    3  sp  sp  sp  sp  sp  sp  sp   3  nl 
0000072

Transform:

bash-3.2$ sed "s/\([^ ]*\)[ ]*\([^ ]*\)[ ]*/\2 \1/" f
Column2 Column1
1 str1
2 str2
3 str3
bash-3.2$ sed "s/\([^ ]*\)[ ]*\([^ ]*\)[ ]*/\2 \1/" f | od -a
0000000    C   o   l   u   m   n   2  sp   C   o   l   u   m   n   1  nl
0000020    1  sp   s   t   r   1  nl   2  sp   s   t   r   2  nl   3  sp
0000040    s   t   r   3  nl
0000045

Preserving Column Widths

Let's now extend the method to a file with constant width columns, while allowing columns to be of differing widths.

File:

bash-3.2$ cat f2
Column1    Column2
str1       1
str2       2
str3       3
bash-3.2$ od -a f2
0000000    C   o   l   u   m   n   1  sp  sp  sp  sp   C   o   l   u   m
0000020    n   2  nl   s   t   r   1  sp  sp  sp  sp  sp  sp  sp   1  sp
0000040   sp  sp  sp  sp  sp  nl   s   t   r   2  sp  sp  sp  sp  sp  sp
0000060   sp   2  sp  sp  sp  sp  sp  sp  nl   s   t   r   3  sp  sp  sp
0000100   sp  sp  sp  sp   3  sp  sp  sp  sp  sp  sp  nl
0000114

Transform:

bash-3.2$ sed "s/\([^ ]*\)\([ ]*\) \([^ ]*\)\([ ]*\)/\3\4 \1\2/" f2
Column2 Column1
1       str1      
2       str2      
3       str3      
bash-3.2$ sed "s/\([^ ]*\)\([ ]*\) \([^ ]*\)\([ ]*\)/\3\4 \1\2/" f2 | od -a
0000000    C   o   l   u   m   n   2  sp   C   o   l   u   m   n   1  sp
0000020   sp  sp  nl   1  sp  sp  sp  sp  sp  sp  sp   s   t   r   1  sp
0000040   sp  sp  sp  sp  sp  nl   2  sp  sp  sp  sp  sp  sp  sp   s   t
0000060    r   2  sp  sp  sp  sp  sp  sp  nl   3  sp  sp  sp  sp  sp  sp
0000100   sp   s   t   r   3  sp  sp  sp  sp  sp  sp  nl 
0000114

Lastly although the question's example does not have strings of unequal length, this sed expression support this case.

File:

bash-3.2$ cat f3
Column1    Column2
str1       1      
string2    2      
str3       3      

Transform:

bash-3.2$ sed "s/\([^ ]*\)\([ ]*\) \([^ ]*\)\([ ]*\)/\3\4 \1\2/" f3
Column2 Column1   
1       str1      
2       string2   
3       str3    
bash-3.2$ sed "s/\([^ ]*\)\([ ]*\) \([^ ]*\)\([ ]*\)/\3\4 \1\2/" f3 | od -a
0000000    C   o   l   u   m   n   2  sp   C   o   l   u   m   n   1  sp
0000020   sp  sp  nl   1  sp  sp  sp  sp  sp  sp  sp   s   t   r   1  sp
0000040   sp  sp  sp  sp  sp  nl   2  sp  sp  sp  sp  sp  sp  sp   s   t
0000060    r   i   n   g   2  sp  sp  sp  nl   3  sp  sp  sp  sp  sp  sp
0000100   sp   s   t   r   3  sp  sp  sp  sp  sp  sp  nl 
0000114

Comparison to other methods of column reordering under shell

  • Surprisingly for a file manipulation tool, awk is not well-suited for cutting from a field to end of record. In sed this can be accomplished using regular expressions, e.g. \(xxx.*$\) where xxx is the expression to match the column.

  • Using paste and cut subshells gets tricky when implementing inside shell scripts. Code that works from the commandline fails to parse when brought inside a shell script. At least this was my experience (which drove me to this approach).

Regex match one of two words

There are different regex engines but I think most of them will work with this:

apple|banana

Access denied for user 'root'@'localhost' (using password: YES) (Mysql::Error)

I solved this problem by deleting the empty users creating by MySQL. I only have root user and my own user. I deleted the rest.

Sort a list of tuples by 2nd item (integer value)

As a python neophyte, I just wanted to mention that if the data did actually look like this:

data = [('abc', 121),('abc', 231),('abc', 148), ('abc',221)]

then sorted() would automatically sort by the second element in the tuple, as the first elements are all identical.

How do I link to part of a page? (hash?)

If there is any tag with an id (e.g., <div id="foo">), then you can simply append #foo to the URL. Otherwise, you can't arbitrarily link to portions of a page.

Here's a complete example: <a href="http://example.com/page.html#foo">Jump to #foo on page.html</a>

Linking content on the same page example: <a href="#foo">Jump to #foo on same page</a>

It is called a URI fragment.

How do I push a local repo to Bitbucket using SourceTree without creating a repo on bitbucket first?

(Linux/WSL at least) From the browser at bitbucket.org, create an empty repo with the same name as your local repo, follow the instructions proposed by bitbucket for importing a local repo (two commands to type).

Which is the fastest algorithm to find prime numbers?

I will let you decide if it's the fastest or not.

using System;
namespace PrimeNumbers
{

public static class Program
{
    static int primesCount = 0;


    public static void Main()
    {
        DateTime startingTime = DateTime.Now;

        RangePrime(1,1000000);   

        DateTime endingTime = DateTime.Now;

        TimeSpan span = endingTime - startingTime;

        Console.WriteLine("span = {0}", span.TotalSeconds);

    }


    public static void RangePrime(int start, int end)
    {
        for (int i = start; i != end+1; i++)
        {
            bool isPrime = IsPrime(i);
            if(isPrime)
            {
                primesCount++;
                Console.WriteLine("number = {0}", i);
            }
        }
        Console.WriteLine("primes count = {0}",primesCount);
    }



    public static bool IsPrime(int ToCheck)
    {

        if (ToCheck == 2) return true;
        if (ToCheck < 2) return false;


        if (IsOdd(ToCheck))
        {
            for (int i = 3; i <= (ToCheck / 3); i += 2)
            {
                if (ToCheck % i == 0) return false;
            }
            return true;
        }
        else return false; // even numbers(excluding 2) are composite
    }

    public static bool IsOdd(int ToCheck)
    {
        return ((ToCheck % 2 != 0) ? true : false);
    }
}
}

It takes approximately 82 seconds to find and print prime numbers within a range of 1 to 1,000,000, on my Core 2 Duo laptop with a 2.40 GHz processor. And it found 78,498 prime numbers.

How to draw a standard normal distribution in R

By the way, instead of generating the x and y coordinates yourself, you can also use the curve() function, which is intended to draw curves corresponding to a function (such as the density of a standard normal function).

see

help(curve)

and its examples.

And if you want to add som text to properly label the mean and standard deviations, you can use the text() function (see also plotmath, for annotations with mathematical symbols) .

see

help(text)
help(plotmath)

Can't bind to 'dataSource' since it isn't a known property of 'table'

  • Angular Core v6.0.2,
  • Angular Material, v6.0.2,
  • Angular CLI v6.0.0 (globally v6.1.2)

I had this issue when running ng test, so to fix it, I added to my xyz.component.spec.ts file:

import { MatTableModule } from '@angular/material';

And added it to imports section in TestBed.configureTestingModule({}):

beforeEach(async(() => {
    TestBed.configureTestingModule({
      imports: [ ReactiveFormsModule, HttpClientModule, RouterTestingModule, MatTableModule ],
      declarations: [ BookComponent ],
      schemas: [ CUSTOM_ELEMENTS_SCHEMA ]
    })
    .compileComponents();
}));

LINQ with groupby and count

userInfos.GroupBy(userInfo => userInfo.metric)
        .OrderBy(group => group.Key)
        .Select(group => Tuple.Create(group.Key, group.Count()));

Check a radio button with javascript

By using document.getElementById() function you don't have to pass # before element's id.

Code:

document.getElementById('_1234').checked = true;

Demo: JSFiddle

Difference between @Mock and @InjectMocks

@InjectMocks annotation can be used to inject mock fields into a test object automatically.

In below example @InjectMocks has used to inject the mock dataMap into the dataLibrary .

@Mock
Map<String, String> dataMap ;

@InjectMocks
DataLibrary dataLibrary = new DataLibrary();


    @Test
    public void whenUseInjectMocksAnnotation_() {
        Mockito.when(dataMap .get("aData")).thenReturn("aMeaning");

        assertEquals("aMeaning", dataLibrary .getMeaning("aData"));
    }

Neatest way to remove linebreaks in Perl

Reading perlport I'd suggest something like

$line =~ s/\015?\012?$//;

to be safe for whatever platform you're on and whatever linefeed style you may be processing because what's in \r and \n may differ through different Perl flavours.

XML serialization in Java?

XStream is pretty good at serializing object to XML without much configuration and money! (it's under BSD license).

We used it in one of our project to replace the plain old java-serialization and it worked almost out of the box.

How to continue a Docker container which has exited

If you want to do it in multiple, easy-to-remember commands:

  1. list stopped containers:

docker ps -a

  1. copy the name or the container id of the container you want to attach to, and start the container with:

docker start -i <name/id>

The -i flag tells docker to attach to the container's stdin.

If the container wasn't started with an interactive shell to connect to, you need to do this to run a shell:

docker start <name/id>
docker exec -it <name/id> /bin/sh

The /bin/sh is the shell usually available with alpine-based images.

Create request with POST, which response codes 200 or 201 and content

Check out HTTP: Method Definitions: POST.

The action performed by the POST method might not result in a resource that can be identified by a URI. In this case, either 200 (OK) or 204 (No Content) is the appropriate response status, depending on whether or not the response includes an entity that describes the result.

If a resource has been created on the origin server, the response SHOULD be 201 (Created) and contain an entity which describes the status of the request and refers to the new resource, and a Location header (see section 14.30).

Capturing browser logs with Selenium WebDriver using Java

Starting with Firefox 65 an about:config flag exists now so console API calls like console.log() land in the output stream and thus the log file (see (https://github.com/mozilla/geckodriver/issues/284#issuecomment-458305621).

profile = new FirefoxProfile();
profile.setPreference("devtools.console.stdout.content", true);

Vagrant error : Failed to mount folders in Linux guest

The plugin vagrant-vbguest GitHub RubyGems solved my problem:

$ vagrant plugin install vagrant-vbguest

Output:

$ vagrant reload
==> default: Attempting graceful shutdown of VM...
...
==> default: Machine booted and ready!
GuestAdditions 4.3.12 running --- OK.
==> default: Checking for guest additions in VM...
==> default: Configuring and enabling network interfaces...
==> default: Exporting NFS shared folders...
==> default: Preparing to edit /etc/exports. Administrator privileges will be required...
==> default: Mounting NFS shared folders...
==> default: VM already provisioned. Run `vagrant provision` or use `--provision` to force it

Just make sure you are running the latest version of VirtualBox

Pythonic way to combine FOR loop and IF statement

You can use generators too, if generator expressions become too involved or complex:

def gen():
    for x in xyz:
        if x in a:
            yield x

for x in gen():
    print x

Get the current year in JavaScript

Here is another method to get date

new Date().getDate()          // Get the day as a number (1-31)
new Date().getDay()           // Get the weekday as a number (0-6)
new Date().getFullYear()      // Get the four digit year (yyyy)
new Date().getHours()         // Get the hour (0-23)
new Date().getMilliseconds()  // Get the milliseconds (0-999)
new Date().getMinutes()       // Get the minutes (0-59)
new Date().getMonth()         // Get the month (0-11)
new Date().getSeconds()       // Get the seconds (0-59)
new Date().getTime()          // Get the time (milliseconds since January 1, 1970)

Py_Initialize fails - unable to load the file system codec

From python3k, the startup need the encodings module, which can be found in PYTHONHOME\Lib directory. In fact, the API Py_Initialize () do the init and import the encodings module. Make sure PYTHONHOME\Lib is in sys.path and check the encodings module is there.

How can I initialize base class member variables in derived class constructor?

Somehow, no one listed the simplest way:

class A
{
public:
    int a, b;
};

class B : public A
{
    B()
    {
        a = 0;
        b = 0;
    }

};

You can't access base members in the initializer list, but the constructor itself, just as any other member method, may access public and protected members of the base class.

How can I generate a list of consecutive numbers?

Note :- Certainly in python-3x you need to use Range function It works to generate numbers on demand, standard method to use Range function to make a list of consecutive numbers is

x=list(range(10))
#"list"_will_make_all_numbers_generated_by_range_in_a_list
#number_in_range_(10)_is_an_option_you_can_change_as_you_want
print (x)
#Output_is_ [0,1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8,9]

Also if you want to make an function to generate a list of consecutive numbers by using Range function watch this code !

def  consecutive_numbers(n) :
    list=[i for i in range(n)]
    return (list)
print(consecutive_numbers(10))

Good Luck!

Is an empty href valid?

It is valid.

However, standard practice is to use href="#" or sometimes href="javascript:;".

Python def function: How do you specify the end of the function?

In Python whitespace is significant. The function ends when the indentation becomes smaller (less).

def f():
    pass # first line
    pass # second line
pass # <-- less indentation, not part of function f.

Note that one-line functions can be written without indentation, on one line:

def f(): pass

And, then there is the use of semi-colons, but this is not recommended:

def f(): pass; pass

The three forms above show how the end of a function is defined syntactically. As for the semantics, in Python there are three ways to exit a function:

  • Using the return statement. This works the same as in any other imperative programming language you may know.

  • Using the yield statement. This means that the function is a generator. Explaining its semantics is beyond the scope of this answer. Have a look at Can somebody explain me the python yield statement?

  • By simply executing the last statement. If there are no more statements and the last statement is not a return statement, then the function exists as if the last statement were return None. That is to say, without an explicit return statement a function returns None. This function returns None:

    def f():
        pass
    

    And so does this one:

    def f():
        42
    

Pick a random value from an enum?

This is probably the most concise way of achieving your goal.All you need to do is to call Letter.getRandom() and you will get a random enum letter.

public enum Letter {
    A,
    B,
    C,
    //...

    public static Letter getRandom() {
        return values()[(int) (Math.random() * values().length)];
    }
}

How to recognize swipe in all 4 directions

In Swift 5,

let swipeGesture = UISwipeGestureRecognizer(target: self, action: #selector(handleSwipe))
swipeGesture.direction = [.left, .right, .up, .down]
view.addGestureRecognizer(swipeGesture)

Cannot authenticate into mongo, "auth fails"

I also received this error, what I needed was to specify the database where the user authentication data was stored:

mongo -u admin -p SECRETPASSWORD --authenticationDatabase admin

Update Nov 18 2017:

mongo admin -u admin -p

is a better solution. Mongo will prompt you for your password, this way you won't put your cleartext password into the shell history which is just terrible security practice.

How to download python from command-line?

apt-get install python2.7 will work on debian-like linuxes. The python website describes a whole bunch of other ways to get Python.

Counting the occurrences / frequency of array elements

Solution using a map with O(n) time complexity.

var arr = [2, 2, 2, 2, 2, 4, 5, 5, 5, 9];

const countOccurrences = (arr) => {
    const map = {};
    for ( var i = 0; i < arr.length; i++ ) {
        map[arr[i]] = ~~map[arr[i]] + 1;
    }
    return map;
}

Demo: http://jsfiddle.net/simevidas/bnACW/

lodash: mapping array to object

Another way with lodash 4.17.2

_.chain(params)
    .keyBy('name')
    .mapValues('input')
    .value();

or

_.mapValues(_.keyBy(params, 'name'), 'input')

or with _.reduce

_.reduce(
    params,
    (acc, { name, input }) => ({ ...acc, [name]: input }),
    {}
)

How to add directory to classpath in an application run profile in IntelliJ IDEA?

Simply check that the directory/package of the class is marked as "Sources Root". I believe the package should be application or execution in your case.

To do so, right click on the package, and select Mark Directory As->Sources Root.

1

HTML button to NOT submit form

For accessibility reason, I could not pull it off with multiple type=submit buttons. The only way to work natively with a form with multiple buttons but ONLY one can submit the form when hitting the Enter key is to ensure that only one of them is of type=submit while others are in other type such as type=button. By this way, you can benefit from the better user experience in dealing with a form on a browser in terms of keyboard support.

How do I clone a github project to run locally?

git clone git://github.com/ryanb/railscasts-episodes.git

Is there a JavaScript strcmp()?

What about

str1.localeCompare(str2)

How to display hexadecimal numbers in C?

Your code has no problem. It does print the way you want. Alternatively, you can do this:

printf("%04x",a);

How to change Named Range Scope

This still needs more refining however works with all simple references, without killing existing local names.

Type GlobalNamesToLocalNames_Type
   Name As String
   Sheet As String
   Ref As String
End Type

Sub GlobalNamesToLocalNames(Optional Void As Variant)
   Dim List() As GlobalNamesToLocalNames_Type
   Dim Count As Long
   Dim Name As Name
   Dim Dat() As String
   Dim X As Long

   ' count the size
   For Each Name In ActiveWorkbook.Names
      Count = Count + 1
   Next
   ReDim List(Count - 1)
   Count = 0

   ' Collecect all name data
   For Each Name In ActiveWorkbook.Names
      With List(Count)
         ' Pick up only the name
         If InStr(Name.Name, "!") > 0 Then
            Dat = Split(Name.Name, "!")
            .Name = Dat(1)
         Else
            .Name = Name.Name
         End If
         ' pick up the sheet and refer
         Dat = Split(Name.RefersTo, "!")
         .Sheet = Mid(Dat(0), 2)
         .Ref = Dat(1)
         ' make local sheet name
         .Name = .Sheet & "!" & .Name
      End With
      Count = Count + 1
   Next

   ' Delete all names
   For Each Name In ActiveWorkbook.Names
      Name.Delete
   Next

   'rebuild all the names
   For X = 0 To Count - 1
      With List(X)
         If Left(.Ref, 1) <> "#" Then
            ActiveWorkbook.Names.Add Name:=.Name, RefersToLocal:="=" & .Sheet & "!" & .Ref
         End If
      End With
   Next
End Sub

Error message: (provider: Shared Memory Provider, error: 0 - No process is on the other end of the pipe.)

You should enable the Server authentication mode to mixed mode as following: In SQL Studio, select YourServer -> Property -> Security -> Select SqlServer and Window Authentication mode.

How to determine if a type implements an interface with C# reflection

Note that if you have a generic interface IMyInterface<T> then this will always return false:

  typeof(IMyInterface<>).IsAssignableFrom(typeof(MyType)) /* ALWAYS FALSE */

This doesn't work either:

  typeof(MyType).GetInterfaces().Contains(typeof(IMyInterface<>))  /* ALWAYS FALSE */

However, if MyType implements IMyInterface<MyType> this works and returns true:

  typeof(IMyInterface<MyType>).IsAssignableFrom(typeof(MyType))

However, you likely will not know the type parameter T at runtime. A somewhat hacky solution is:

  typeof(MyType).GetInterfaces()
                .Any(x=>x.Name == typeof(IMyInterface<>).Name)

Jeff's solution is a bit less hacky:

  typeof(MyType).GetInterfaces()
         .Any(i => i.IsGenericType 
             && i.GetGenericTypeDefinition() == typeof(IMyInterface<>));

Here's a extension method on Type that works for any case:

public static class TypeExtensions
{
    public static bool IsImplementing(this Type type, Type someInterface)
    {
        return type.GetInterfaces()
             .Any(i => i == someInterface 
                 || i.IsGenericType 
                    && i.GetGenericTypeDefinition() == someInterface);
    }
}

(Note that the above uses linq, which is probably slower than a loop.)

You can then do:

   typeof(MyType).IsImplementing(IMyInterface<>)

How to find first element of array matching a boolean condition in JavaScript?

If you're using underscore.js you can use its find and indexOf functions to get exactly what you want:

var index = _.indexOf(your_array, _.find(your_array, function (d) {
    return d === true;
}));

Documentation:

How to implement band-pass Butterworth filter with Scipy.signal.butter

For a bandpass filter, ws is a tuple containing the lower and upper corner frequencies. These represent the digital frequency where the filter response is 3 dB less than the passband.

wp is a tuple containing the stop band digital frequencies. They represent the location where the maximum attenuation begins.

gpass is the maximum attenutation in the passband in dB while gstop is the attentuation in the stopbands.

Say, for example, you wanted to design a filter for a sampling rate of 8000 samples/sec having corner frequencies of 300 and 3100 Hz. The Nyquist frequency is the sample rate divided by two, or in this example, 4000 Hz. The equivalent digital frequency is 1.0. The two corner frequencies are then 300/4000 and 3100/4000.

Now lets say you wanted the stopbands to be down 30 dB +/- 100 Hz from the corner frequencies. Thus, your stopbands would start at 200 and 3200 Hz resulting in the digital frequencies of 200/4000 and 3200/4000.

To create your filter, you'd call buttord as

fs = 8000.0
fso2 = fs/2
N,wn = scipy.signal.buttord(ws=[300/fso2,3100/fso2], wp=[200/fs02,3200/fs02],
   gpass=0.0, gstop=30.0)

The length of the resulting filter will be dependent upon the depth of the stop bands and the steepness of the response curve which is determined by the difference between the corner frequency and stopband frequency.

How to count the number of observations in R like Stata command count

The with function will let you use shorthand column references and sum will count TRUE results from the expression(s).

sum(with(aaa, sex==1 & group1==2))
## [1] 3

sum(with(aaa, sex==1 & group2=="A"))
## [1] 2

As @mnel pointed out, you can also do:

nrow(aaa[aaa$sex==1 & aaa$group1==2,])
## [1] 3

nrow(aaa[aaa$sex==1 & aaa$group2=="A",])
## [1] 2

The benefit of that is that you can do:

nrow(aaa)
## [1] 6

And, the behaviour matches Stata's count almost exactly (syntax notwithstanding).

How to get JavaScript caller function line number? How to get JavaScript caller source URL?

To determine which line something is on you have to search all the code for the code that occupies the particular line of interest and count the "\n" characters from the top to this of interest and add 1.

I am actually doing this very thing in an application I am writing. It is a best practices validator for HTML and is still heavily under development, but the error output process that you would be interested in is complete.

http://mailmarkup.org/htmlint/htmlint.html

Getting the HTTP Referrer in ASP.NET

string referrer = HttpContext.Current.Request.UrlReferrer.ToString();

Clear screen in shell

Command+K works fine in OSX to clear screen.

Shift+Command+K to clear only the scrollback buffer.

Specifying row names when reading in a file

If you used read.table() (or one of it's ilk, e.g. read.csv()) then the easy fix is to change the call to:

read.table(file = "foo.txt", row.names = 1, ....)

where .... are the other arguments you needed/used. The row.names argument takes the column number of the data file from which to take the row names. It need not be the first column. See ?read.table for details/info.

If you already have the data in R and can't be bothered to re-read it, or it came from another route, just set the rownames attribute and remove the first variable from the object (assuming obj is your object)

rownames(obj) <- obj[, 1]  ## set rownames
obj <- obj[, -1]           ## remove the first variable

How to create and download a csv file from php script?

If you're array structure will always be multi-dimensional in that exact fashion, then we can iterate through the elements like such:

$fh = fopen('somefile.csv', 'w') or die('Cannot open the file');

for( $i=0; $i<count($arr); $i++ ){
    $str = implode( ',', $arr[$i] );
    fwrite( $fh, $str );
    fwrite( $fh, "\n" );
}
fclose($fh);

That's one way to do it ... you could do it manually but this way is quicker and easier to understand and read.

Then you would manage your headers something what complex857 is doing to spit out the file. You could then delete the file using unlink() if you no longer needed it, or you could leave it on the server if you wished.

Apply style to only first level of td tags

Just make a selector for tables inside a MyClass.

.MyClass td {border: solid 1px red;}
.MyClass table td {border: none}

(To generically apply to all inner tables, you could also do table table td.)

How can I import Swift code to Objective-C?

Go to build settings in your project file and search for "Objective-C Generated Interface Header Name. The value of that property is the name that you should include.

If your "Product Module Name" property (the one that the above property depends on by default) varies depending on whether you compile for test/debug/release/etc (like it does in my case), then make this property independent of that variation by setting a custom name.

PHP/regex: How to get the string value of HTML tag?

Try this

$str = '<option value="123">abc</option>
        <option value="123">aabbcc</option>';

preg_match_all("#<option.*?>([^<]+)</option>#", $str, $foo);

print_r($foo[1]);

Force browser to clear cache

In addition to setting Cache-control: no-cache, you should also set the Expires header to -1 if you would like the local copy to be refreshed each time (some versions of IE seem to require this).

See HTTP Cache - check with the server, always sending If-Modified-Since

How to make a div fill a remaining horizontal space?

This seems to accomplish what you're going for.

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#left {_x000D_
  float:left;_x000D_
  width:180px;_x000D_
  background-color:#ff0000;_x000D_
}_x000D_
#right {_x000D_
  width: 100%;_x000D_
  background-color:#00FF00;_x000D_
}
_x000D_
<div>_x000D_
  <div id="left">_x000D_
    left_x000D_
  </div>_x000D_
  <div id="right">_x000D_
    right_x000D_
  </div>_x000D_
</div>
_x000D_
_x000D_
_x000D_

Comparing strings, c++

string cat = "cat";
string human = "human";

cout << cat.compare(human) << endl; 

This code will give -1 as a result. This is due to the first non-matching character of the compared string 'h' is lower or appears after 'c' in alphabetical order, even though the compared string, 'human' is longer than 'cat'.

I find the return value described in cplusplus.com is more accurate which are-:

0 : They compare equal

<0 : Either the value of the first character that does not match is lower in the compared string, or all compared characters match but the compared string is shorter.

more than 0 : Either the value of the first character that does not match is greater in the compared string, or all compared characters match but the compared string is longer.

Moreover, IMO cppreference.com's description is simpler and so far best describe to my own experience.

negative value if *this appears before the character sequence specified by the arguments, in lexicographical order

zero if both character sequences compare equivalent

positive value if *this appears after the character sequence specified by the arguments, in lexicographical order

jquery - is not a function error

The problem arises when a different system grabs the $ variable. You have multiple $ variables being used as objects from multiple libraries, resulting in the error.

To solve it, use jQuery.noConflict just before your (function($){:

jQuery.noConflict();
(function($){
$.fn.pluginbutton = function (options) {
...

Use jQuery to scroll to the bottom of a div with lots of text

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_x000D_
$(function() {_x000D_
  var wtf    = $('#scroll');_x000D_
  var height = wtf[0].scrollHeight;_x000D_
  wtf.scrollTop(height);_x000D_
});
_x000D_
 #scroll {_x000D_
   width: 200px;_x000D_
   height: 300px;_x000D_
   overflow-y: scroll;_x000D_
 }
_x000D_
<script src="https://ajax.googleapis.com/ajax/libs/jquery/2.1.1/jquery.min.js"></script>_x000D_
<div id="scroll">_x000D_
    <br/>blah<br/>halb<br/>blah<br/>halb<br/>blah<br/>halb<br/>blah<br/>halb<br/>blah<br/>halb<br/>blah<br/>halb<br/>blah<br/>halb<br/>blah<br/>halb<br/>blah<br/>halb<br/>blah<br/>halb<br/>blah<br/>halb<br/>blah<br/>halb<br/>blah<br/>halb<br/>blah<br/>halb<br/>blah<br/>halb<br/>blah<br/>halb<br/>blah<br/>halb<br/>blah<br/>halb<br/>blah<br/>halb<br/>blah<br/>halb<br/>blah<br/>halb<br/>blah<br/>halb<br/>blah<br/>halb<br/>blah<br/>halb<br/>blah<br/>halb<br/>blah<br/>halb<br/>blah<br/>halb<br/>blah<br/>halb<br/>blah<br/>halb<br/>blah<br/>halb<br/>blah<br/>halb<br/>blah<br/>halb<br/>blah<br/>halb<br/>blah<br/>halb<br/>blah<br/>halb<br/>blah<br/>halb<br/>blah<br/>halb<br/>blah<br/>halb<br/>blah<br/>halb<br/>blah<br/>halb<br/>blah<br/>halb<br/>blah<br/>halb<br/>blah<br/>halb<br/>blah<br/>halb<br/>blah<br/>halb<br/>blah<br/>halb<br/>blah<br/>halb<br/>blah<br/>halb<br/>blah<br/>halb<br/>blah<br/>halb<br/>blah<br/>halb<br/>blah<br/>halb<br/>blah<br/>halb<br/>blah<br/>halb<br/>blah<br/>halb<br/>blah<br/>halb<br/>blah<br/>halb<br/>blah<br/>halb<br/>blah<br/>halb<br/>blah<br/>halb<br/>blah<br/>halb<br/>blah<br/>halb<br/>blah<br/>halb<br/> <center><b>Voila!! You have already reached the bottom :)<b></center>_x000D_
</div>
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Virtualenv Command Not Found

I had troubles because I used apt to install python-virtualenv package. To get it working I had to remove this package with apt-get remove python-virtualenv and install it with pip install virtualenv.

JavaScript: How to join / combine two arrays to concatenate into one array?

var a = ['a','b','c'];
var b = ['d','e','f'];
var c = a.concat(b); //c is now an an array with: ['a','b','c','d','e','f']
console.log( c[3] ); //c[3] will be 'd'

How to add message box with 'OK' button?

Since in your situation you only want to notify the user with a short and simple message, a Toast would make for a better user experience.

Toast.makeText(getApplicationContext(), "Data saved", Toast.LENGTH_LONG).show();

Update: A Snackbar is recommended now instead of a Toast for Material Design apps.

If you have a more lengthy message that you want to give the reader time to read and understand, then you should use a DialogFragment. (The documentation currently recommends wrapping your AlertDialog in a fragment rather than calling it directly.)

Make a class that extends DialogFragment:

public class MyDialogFragment extends DialogFragment {
    @Override
    public Dialog onCreateDialog(Bundle savedInstanceState) {

        // Use the Builder class for convenient dialog construction
        AlertDialog.Builder builder = new AlertDialog.Builder(getActivity());
        builder.setTitle("App Title");
        builder.setMessage("This is an alert with no consequence");
        builder.setPositiveButton("OK", new DialogInterface.OnClickListener() {
            public void onClick(DialogInterface dialog, int id) {
                // You don't have to do anything here if you just 
                // want it dismissed when clicked
            }
        });

        // Create the AlertDialog object and return it
        return builder.create();
    }
}

Then call it when you need it in your activity:

DialogFragment dialog = new MyDialogFragment();
dialog.show(getSupportFragmentManager(), "MyDialogFragmentTag");

See also

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Issue with virtualenv - cannot activate

source is a shell command designed for users running on Linux (or any Posix, but whatever, not Windows).

On Windows, virtualenv creates a .bat/.ps1 file, so you should run venv\Scripts\activate instead (per the virtualenv documentation on the activate script).

Just run activate, without an extension, so the right file will get used regardless of whether you're using cmd.exe or PowerShell.

How do I sort a list of dictionaries by a value of the dictionary?

import operator
a_list_of_dicts.sort(key=operator.itemgetter('name'))

'key' is used to sort by an arbitrary value and 'itemgetter' sets that value to each item's 'name' attribute.

Recursive Lock (Mutex) vs Non-Recursive Lock (Mutex)

The difference between a recursive and non-recursive mutex has to do with ownership. In the case of a recursive mutex, the kernel has to keep track of the thread who actually obtained the mutex the first time around so that it can detect the difference between recursion vs. a different thread that should block instead. As another answer pointed out, there is a question of the additional overhead of this both in terms of memory to store this context and also the cycles required for maintaining it.

However, there are other considerations at play here too.

Because the recursive mutex has a sense of ownership, the thread that grabs the mutex must be the same thread that releases the mutex. In the case of non-recursive mutexes, there is no sense of ownership and any thread can usually release the mutex no matter which thread originally took the mutex. In many cases, this type of "mutex" is really more of a semaphore action, where you are not necessarily using the mutex as an exclusion device but use it as synchronization or signaling device between two or more threads.

Another property that comes with a sense of ownership in a mutex is the ability to support priority inheritance. Because the kernel can track the thread owning the mutex and also the identity of all the blocker(s), in a priority threaded system it becomes possible to escalate the priority of the thread that currently owns the mutex to the priority of the highest priority thread that is currently blocking on the mutex. This inheritance prevents the problem of priority inversion that can occur in such cases. (Note that not all systems support priority inheritance on such mutexes, but it is another feature that becomes possible via the notion of ownership).

If you refer to classic VxWorks RTOS kernel, they define three mechanisms:

  • mutex - supports recursion, and optionally priority inheritance. This mechanism is commonly used to protect critical sections of data in a coherent manner.
  • binary semaphore - no recursion, no inheritance, simple exclusion, taker and giver does not have to be same thread, broadcast release available. This mechanism can be used to protect critical sections, but is also particularly useful for coherent signalling or synchronization between threads.
  • counting semaphore - no recursion or inheritance, acts as a coherent resource counter from any desired initial count, threads only block where net count against the resource is zero.

Again, this varies somewhat by platform - especially what they call these things, but this should be representative of the concepts and various mechanisms at play.

How to undo a successful "git cherry-pick"?

To undo your last commit, simply do git reset --hard HEAD~.

Edit: this answer applied to an earlier version of the question that did not mention preserving local changes; the accepted answer from Tim is indeed the correct one. Thanks to qwertzguy for the heads up.

How do I set combobox read-only or user cannot write in a combo box only can select the given items?

Make the DropDownStyle to DropDownList

stateComboBox.DropDownStyle = ComboBoxStyle.DropDownList;

C# Get/Set Syntax Usage

Assuming you have a song class (you can refer below), the traditional implementation would be like as follows

 class Song
  {
       private String author_name;
       public String setauthorname(String X) {}; //implementation goes here
       public String getauthorname() {}; //implementation goes here
  }

Now, consider this class implementation.

      class Song 
      {
            private String author_name;
            public String Author_Name
            { 
                 get { return author_name; }
                set { author_name= value; }
             }
      }

In your 'Main' class, you will wrote your code as

    class TestSong
    { 
      public static void Main(String[] Args)
      {
          Song _song = new Song(); //create an object for class 'Song'    
          _song.Author_Name = 'John Biley';
          String author = _song.Author_Name;           
          Console.WriteLine("Authorname = {0}"+author);
      }
    }

Point to be noted;

The method you set/get should be public or protected(take care) but strictly shouldnt be private.

react native get TextInput value

constructor(props) {
        super(props);

        this.state ={
            commentMsg: ''         
        }
    }

 onPress = () => {
          alert("Hi " +this.state.commentMsg)
      }

 <View style={styles.sendCommentContainer}>

     <TextInput
        style={styles.textInput}
        multiline={true}
        onChangeText={(text) => this.setState({commentMsg: text})}
        placeholder ='Comment'/>

       <Button onPress={this.onPress} 
           title="OK!"
           color="#841584"
        />

  </TouchableOpacity>

</View>

jQuery: go to URL with target="_blank"

The .ready function is used to insert the attribute once the page has finished loading.

$(document).ready(function() {
     $("class name or id a.your class name").attr({"target" : "_blank"})
})

ie8 var w= window.open() - "Message: Invalid argument."

It seems when even using a "valid" custom window name (not _blank, etc.) using window.open to launch a new window, there is still issues. It works fine the first time you click the link, but if you click it again (with the first launched window still up) you receive an "Error: No such interface supported" script debug.

How to expand textarea width to 100% of parent (or how to expand any HTML element to 100% of parent width)?

HTML:

<div id="left"></div>
<div id="content">
        <textarea cols="2" rows="10" id="rules"></textarea>
</div>

CSS:

body{
    width:100%;
    border:1px solid black;
    border-radius:5px;

}
#left{
    width:20%;
height:400px;
    float:left;
    border: 1px solid black;
    display:block;
}
#content{
    width:78%;
    height:400px;
    float:left;
    border:1px solid black;
    text-align:center;
}
textarea
{
   margin-top:100px;
    width:98%;
}

DEMO: HERE

Ruby class instance variable vs. class variable

While it may immediately seem useful to utilize class instance variables, since class instance variable are shared among subclasses and they can be referred to within both singleton and instance methods, there is a singificant drawback. They are shared and so subclasses can change the value of the class instance variable, and the base class will also be affected by the change, which is usually undesirable behavior:

class C
  @@c = 'c'
  def self.c_val
    @@c
  end
end

C.c_val
 => "c" 

class D < C
end

D.instance_eval do 
  def change_c_val
    @@c = 'd'
  end
end
 => :change_c_val 

D.change_c_val
(irb):12: warning: class variable access from toplevel
 => "d" 

C.c_val
 => "d" 

Rails introduces a handy method called class_attribute. As the name implies, it declares a class-level attribute whose value is inheritable by subclasses. The class_attribute value can be accessed in both singleton and instance methods, as is the case with the class instance variable. However, the huge benefit with class_attribute in Rails is subclasses can change their own value and it will not impact parent class.

class C
  class_attribute :c
  self.c = 'c'
end

 C.c
 => "c" 

class D < C
end

D.c = 'd'
 => "d" 

 C.c
 => "c" 

Where is a log file with logs from a container?

As of 8/22/2018, the logs can be found in :

/data/docker/containers/<container id>/<container id>-json.log

Get total of Pandas column

As other option, you can do something like below

Group   Valuation   amount
    0   BKB Tube    156
    1   BKB Tube    143
    2   BKB Tube    67
    3   BAC Tube    176
    4   BAC Tube    39
    5   JDK Tube    75
    6   JDK Tube    35
    7   JDK Tube    155
    8   ETH Tube    38
    9   ETH Tube    56

Below script, you can use for above data

import pandas as pd    
data = pd.read_csv("daata1.csv")
bytreatment = data.groupby('Group')
bytreatment['amount'].sum()

Clearing content of text file using C#

You can use always stream writer.It will erase old data and append new one each time.

using (StreamWriter sw = new StreamWriter(filePath))
{                            
    getNumberOfControls(frm1,sw);
}

Selenium using Java - The path to the driver executable must be set by the webdriver.gecko.driver system property

The Selenium client bindings will try to locate the geckodriver executable from the system PATH. You will need to add the directory containing the executable to the system path.

  • On Unix systems you can do the following to append it to your system’s search path, if you’re using a bash-compatible shell:

    export PATH=$PATH:/path/to/geckodriver
    
  • On Windows you need to update the Path system variable to add the full directory path to the executable. The principle is the same as on Unix.

All below configuration for launching latest firefox using any programming language binding is applicable for Selenium2 to enable Marionette explicitly. With Selenium 3.0 and later, you shouldn't need to do anything to use Marionette, as it's enabled by default.

To use Marionette in your tests you will need to update your desired capabilities to use it.

Java :

As exception is clearly saying you need to download latest geckodriver.exe from here and set downloaded geckodriver.exe path where it's exists in your computer as system property with with variable webdriver.gecko.driver before initiating marionette driver and launching firefox as below :-

//if you didn't update the Path system variable to add the full directory path to the executable as above mentioned then doing this directly through code
System.setProperty("webdriver.gecko.driver", "path/to/geckodriver.exe");

//Now you can Initialize marionette driver to launch firefox
DesiredCapabilities capabilities = DesiredCapabilities.firefox();
capabilities.setCapability("marionette", true);
WebDriver driver = new MarionetteDriver(capabilities); 

And for Selenium3 use as :-

WebDriver driver = new FirefoxDriver();

If you're still in trouble follow this link as well which would help you to solving your problem

.NET :

var driver = new FirefoxDriver(new FirefoxOptions());

Python :

from selenium import webdriver
from selenium.webdriver.common.desired_capabilities import DesiredCapabilities

caps = DesiredCapabilities.FIREFOX

# Tell the Python bindings to use Marionette.
# This will not be necessary in the future,
# when Selenium will auto-detect what remote end
# it is talking to.
caps["marionette"] = True

# Path to Firefox DevEdition or Nightly.
# Firefox 47 (stable) is currently not supported,
# and may give you a suboptimal experience.
#
# On Mac OS you must point to the binary executable
# inside the application package, such as
# /Applications/FirefoxNightly.app/Contents/MacOS/firefox-bin
caps["binary"] = "/usr/bin/firefox"

driver = webdriver.Firefox(capabilities=caps)

Ruby :

# Selenium 3 uses Marionette by default when firefox is specified
# Set Marionette in Selenium 2 by directly passing marionette: true
# You might need to specify an alternate path for the desired version of Firefox

Selenium::WebDriver::Firefox::Binary.path = "/path/to/firefox"
driver = Selenium::WebDriver.for :firefox, marionette: true

JavaScript (Node.js) :

const webdriver = require('selenium-webdriver');
const Capabilities = require('selenium-webdriver/lib/capabilities').Capabilities;

var capabilities = Capabilities.firefox();

// Tell the Node.js bindings to use Marionette.
// This will not be necessary in the future,
// when Selenium will auto-detect what remote end
// it is talking to.
capabilities.set('marionette', true);

var driver = new webdriver.Builder().withCapabilities(capabilities).build();

Using RemoteWebDriver

If you want to use RemoteWebDriver in any language, this will allow you to use Marionette in Selenium Grid.

Python:

caps = DesiredCapabilities.FIREFOX

# Tell the Python bindings to use Marionette.
# This will not be necessary in the future,
# when Selenium will auto-detect what remote end
# it is talking to.
caps["marionette"] = True

driver = webdriver.Firefox(capabilities=caps)

Ruby :

# Selenium 3 uses Marionette by default when firefox is specified
# Set Marionette in Selenium 2 by using the Capabilities class
# You might need to specify an alternate path for the desired version of Firefox

caps = Selenium::WebDriver::Remote::Capabilities.firefox marionette: true, firefox_binary: "/path/to/firefox"
driver = Selenium::WebDriver.for :remote, desired_capabilities: caps

Java :

DesiredCapabilities capabilities = DesiredCapabilities.firefox();

// Tell the Java bindings to use Marionette.
// This will not be necessary in the future,
// when Selenium will auto-detect what remote end
// it is talking to.
capabilities.setCapability("marionette", true);

WebDriver driver = new RemoteWebDriver(capabilities); 

.NET

DesiredCapabilities capabilities = DesiredCapabilities.Firefox();

// Tell the .NET bindings to use Marionette.
// This will not be necessary in the future,
// when Selenium will auto-detect what remote end
// it is talking to.
capabilities.SetCapability("marionette", true);

var driver = new RemoteWebDriver(capabilities); 

Note : Just like the other drivers available to Selenium from other browser vendors, Mozilla has released now an executable that will run alongside the browser. Follow this for more details.

You can download latest geckodriver executable to support latest firefox from here

Dropdownlist validation in Asp.net Using Required field validator

Here use asp:CompareValidator, and compare the value to "select" option.

Use Operator="NotEqual" ValueToCompare="0" to prevent the user from submitting the "select".

<asp:CompareValidator ControlToValidate="ddlReportType" ID="CompareValidator1"
    ValidationGroup="g1" CssClass="errormesg" ErrorMessage="Please select a type"
    runat="server" Display="Dynamic" 
    Operator="NotEqual" ValueToCompare="0" Type="Integer" />

When you do above, if you select the "select " option from dropdown it will show the ErrorMessage.

Changing selection in a select with the Chosen plugin

From the "Updating Chosen Dynamically" section in the docs: You need to trigger the 'chosen:updated' event on the field

$(document).ready(function() {

    $('select').chosen();

    $('button').click(function() {
        $('select').val(2);
        $('select').trigger("chosen:updated");
    });

});

NOTE: versions prior to 1.0 used the following:

$('select').trigger("liszt:updated");

How to search a Git repository by commit message?

To search across all the branches

git log --all --grep='Build 0051'

Once you know which commit you want to get to

git checkout <the commit hash>

Turn ON/OFF Camera LED/flash light in Samsung Galaxy Ace 2.2.1 & Galaxy Tab

I will soon released a new version of my app to support to galaxy ace.

You can download here: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=droid.pr.coolflashlightfree

In order to solve your problem you should do this:

this._camera = Camera.open();     
this._camera.startPreview();
this._camera.autoFocus(new AutoFocusCallback() {
public void onAutoFocus(boolean success, Camera camera) {
}
});

Parameters params = this._camera.getParameters();
params.setFlashMode(Parameters.FLASH_MODE_ON);
this._camera.setParameters(params);

params = this._camera.getParameters();
params.setFlashMode(Parameters.FLASH_MODE_OFF);
this._camera.setParameters(params);

don't worry about FLASH_MODE_OFF because this will keep the light on, strange but it's true

to turn off the led just release the camera

Where can I get a list of Ansible pre-defined variables?

Note the official docs on connection configuration variables or "behavioral" variables - which aren't listed in host vars, appears to be List of Behavioral Inventory Parameters in the Inventory documentation.

P.S. The sudo option is undocumented there (yes its sudo not ansible_sudo as you'd expect ...) and probably a couple more aren't, but thats best doc I've found on em.

How to 'grep' a continuous stream?

you certainly won't succeed with

tail -f /var/log/foo.log |grep --line-buffered string2search

when you use "colortail" as an alias for tail, eg. in bash

alias tail='colortail -n 30'

you can check by type alias if this outputs something like tail isan alias of colortail -n 30. then you have your culprit :)

Solution:

remove the alias with

unalias tail

ensure that you're using the 'real' tail binary by this command

type tail

which should output something like:

tail is /usr/bin/tail

and then you can run your command

tail -f foo.log |grep --line-buffered something

Good luck.

Laravel: Get base url

You can use facades or helper function as per following.

echo URL::to('/');
echo url();

Laravel using Symfony Component for Request, Laravel internal logic as per following.

namespace Symfony\Component\HttpFoundation;
/**
* {@inheritdoc}
*/
protected function prepareBaseUrl()
{
    $baseUrl = $this->server->get('SCRIPT_NAME');

    if (false === strpos($this->server->get('REQUEST_URI'), $baseUrl)) {
        // assume mod_rewrite
        return rtrim(dirname($baseUrl), '/\\');
    }

    return $baseUrl;
}

Changing image size in Markdown

There is way with add class and css style

![pic][logo]{.classname}

then write down link and css below

[logo]: (picurl)

<style type="text/css">
    .classname{
        width: 200px;
    }
</style>

Reference Here

Allowing Untrusted SSL Certificates with HttpClient

Or you can use for the HttpClient in the Windows.Web.Http namespace:

var filter = new HttpBaseProtocolFilter();
#if DEBUG
    filter.IgnorableServerCertificateErrors.Add(ChainValidationResult.Expired);
    filter.IgnorableServerCertificateErrors.Add(ChainValidationResult.Untrusted);
    filter.IgnorableServerCertificateErrors.Add(ChainValidationResult.InvalidName);
#endif
using (var httpClient = new HttpClient(filter)) {
    ...
}

Automatically start forever (node) on system restart

Forever was not made to get node applications running as services. The right approach is to either create an /etc/inittab entry (old linux systems) or an upstart (newer linux systems).

Here's some documentation on how to set this up as an upstart: https://github.com/cvee/node-upstart

Checking for an empty field with MySQL

This will work but there is still the possibility of a null record being returned. Though you may be setting the email address to a string of length zero when you insert the record, you may still want to handle the case of a NULL email address getting into the system somehow.

     $aUsers=$this->readToArray('
     SELECT `userID` 
     FROM `users` 
     WHERE `userID` 
     IN(SELECT `userID`
               FROM `users_indvSettings`
               WHERE `indvSettingID`=5 AND `optionID`='.$time.')
     AND `email` != "" AND `email` IS NOT NULL
     ');

How to find and return a duplicate value in array

I needed to find out how many duplicates there were and what they were so I wrote a function building off of what Naveed had posted earlier:

def print_duplicates(array)
  puts "Array count: #{array.count}"
  map = {}
  total_dups = 0
  array.each do |v|
    map[v] = (map[v] || 0 ) + 1
  end

  map.each do |k, v|
    if v != 1
      puts "#{k} appears #{v} times"
      total_dups += 1
    end
  end
  puts "Total items that are duplicated: #{total_dups}"
end

Execute CMD command from code

Are you asking how to bring up a command windows? If so, you can use the Process object ...

Process.Start("cmd");

google maps v3 marker info window on mouseover

var icon1 = "imageA.png";
var icon2 = "imageB.png";

var marker = new google.maps.Marker({
    position: myLatLng,
    map: map,
    icon: icon1,
    title: "some marker"
});

google.maps.event.addListener(marker, 'mouseover', function() {
    marker.setIcon(icon2);
});
google.maps.event.addListener(marker, 'mouseout', function() {
    marker.setIcon(icon1);
});

How to insert an item at the beginning of an array in PHP?

In case of an associative array or numbered array where you do not want to change the array keys:

$firstItem = array('foo' => 'bar');

$arr = $firstItem + $arr;

array_merge does not work as it always reindexes the array.

How to get String Array from arrays.xml file

You can't initialize your testArray field this way, because the application resources still aren't ready.

Just change the code to:

package com.xtensivearts.episode.seven;

import android.app.ListActivity;
import android.os.Bundle;
import android.widget.ArrayAdapter;

public class Episode7 extends ListActivity {
    String[] mTestArray;

    /** Called when the activity is first created. */
    @Override
    protected void onCreate(Bundle savedInstanceState) {
        super.onCreate(savedInstanceState);

        // Create an ArrayAdapter that will contain all list items
        ArrayAdapter<String> adapter;

        mTestArray = getResources().getStringArray(R.array.testArray);    

        /* Assign the name array to that adapter and 
        also choose a simple layout for the list items */ 
        adapter = new ArrayAdapter<String>(
            this,
            android.R.layout.simple_list_item_1,
            mTestArray);

        // Assign the adapter to this ListActivity
        setListAdapter(adapter);
    }
}

Core dumped, but core file is not in the current directory?

On recent Ubuntu (12.04 in my case), it's possible for "Segmentation fault (core dumped)" to be printed, but no core file produced where you might expect one (for instance for a locally compiled program).

This can happen if you have a core file size ulimit of 0 (you haven't done ulimit -c unlimited) -- this is the default on Ubuntu. Normally that would suppress the "(core dumped)", cluing you into your mistake, but on Ubuntu, corefiles are piped to Apport (Ubuntu's crash reporting system) via /proc/sys/kernel/core_pattern, and this seems to cause the misleading message.

If Apport discovers that the program in question is not one it should be reporting crashes for (which you can see happening in /var/log/apport.log), it falls back to simulating the default kernel behaviour of putting a core file in the cwd (this is done in the script /usr/share/apport/apport). This includes honouring ulimit, in which case it does nothing. But (I assume) as far as the kernel is concerned, a corefile was generated (and piped to apport), hence the message "Segmentation fault (core dumped)".

Ultimately PEBKAC for forgetting to set ulimit, but the misleading message had me thinking I was going mad for a while, wondering what was eating my corefiles.

(Also, in general, the core(5) manual page -- man 5 core -- is a good reference for where your core file ends up and reasons it might not be written.)

java.net.ConnectException: failed to connect to /192.168.253.3 (port 2468): connect failed: ECONNREFUSED (Connection refused)

A common mistake during development of an android app running on a Virtual Device on your dev machine is to forget that the virtual device is not the same host as your dev machine. So if your server is running on your dev machine you cannot use a "http://localhost/..." url as that will look for the server endpoint on the virtual device not your dev machine.

Python ImportError: No module named wx

In fedora you can use following command to install wx

pip install -U \
  -f https://extras.wxpython.org/wxPython4/extras/linux/gtk3/ubuntu-16.04 \
  wxPython

C# create simple xml file

I'd recommend serialization,

public class Person
{
      public  string FirstName;
      public  string MI;
      public  string LastName;
}

static void Serialize()
{
      clsPerson p = new Person();
      p.FirstName = "Jeff";
      p.MI = "A";
      p.LastName = "Price";
      System.Xml.Serialization.XmlSerializer x = new System.Xml.Serialization.XmlSerializer(p.GetType());
      x.Serialize(System.Console.Out, p);
      System.Console.WriteLine();
      System.Console.WriteLine(" --- Press any key to continue --- ");
      System.Console.ReadKey();
}

You can further control serialization with attributes.
But if it is simple, you could use XmlDocument:

using System;
using System.Xml;

public class GenerateXml {
    private static void Main() {
        XmlDocument doc = new XmlDocument();
        XmlNode docNode = doc.CreateXmlDeclaration("1.0", "UTF-8", null);
        doc.AppendChild(docNode);

        XmlNode productsNode = doc.CreateElement("products");
        doc.AppendChild(productsNode);

        XmlNode productNode = doc.CreateElement("product");
        XmlAttribute productAttribute = doc.CreateAttribute("id");
        productAttribute.Value = "01";
        productNode.Attributes.Append(productAttribute);
        productsNode.AppendChild(productNode);

        XmlNode nameNode = doc.CreateElement("Name");
        nameNode.AppendChild(doc.CreateTextNode("Java"));
        productNode.AppendChild(nameNode);
        XmlNode priceNode = doc.CreateElement("Price");
        priceNode.AppendChild(doc.CreateTextNode("Free"));
        productNode.AppendChild(priceNode);

        // Create and add another product node.
        productNode = doc.CreateElement("product");
        productAttribute = doc.CreateAttribute("id");
        productAttribute.Value = "02";
        productNode.Attributes.Append(productAttribute);
        productsNode.AppendChild(productNode);
        nameNode = doc.CreateElement("Name");
        nameNode.AppendChild(doc.CreateTextNode("C#"));
        productNode.AppendChild(nameNode);
        priceNode = doc.CreateElement("Price");
        priceNode.AppendChild(doc.CreateTextNode("Free"));
        productNode.AppendChild(priceNode);

        doc.Save(Console.Out);
    }
}

And if it needs to be fast, use XmlWriter:

public static void WriteXML()
{
    // Create an XmlWriterSettings object with the correct options.
    System.Xml.XmlWriterSettings settings = new System.Xml.XmlWriterSettings();
    settings.Indent = true;
    settings.IndentChars = "    "; //  "\t";
    settings.OmitXmlDeclaration = false;
    settings.Encoding = System.Text.Encoding.UTF8;

    using (System.Xml.XmlWriter writer = System.Xml.XmlWriter.Create("data.xml", settings))
    {

        writer.WriteStartDocument();
        writer.WriteStartElement("books");

        for (int i = 0; i < 100; ++i)
        {
            writer.WriteStartElement("book");
            writer.WriteElementString("item", "Book "+ (i+1).ToString());
            writer.WriteEndElement();
        }

        writer.WriteEndElement();

        writer.Flush();
        writer.Close();
    } // End Using writer 

}

And btw, the fastest way to read XML is XmlReader:

public static void ReadXML()
{
    using (System.Xml.XmlReader xmlReader = System.Xml.XmlReader.Create("http://www.ecb.int/stats/eurofxref/eurofxref-daily.xml"))
    {
        while (xmlReader.Read())
        {
            if ((xmlReader.NodeType == System.Xml.XmlNodeType.Element) && (xmlReader.Name == "Cube"))
            {
                if (xmlReader.HasAttributes)
                    System.Console.WriteLine(xmlReader.GetAttribute("currency") + ": " + xmlReader.GetAttribute("rate"));
            }

        } // Whend 

    } // End Using xmlReader

    System.Console.ReadKey();
}

And the most convenient way to read XML is to just deserialize the XML into a class.
This also works for creating the serialization classes, btw.
You can generate the class from XML with Xml2CSharp:
https://xmltocsharp.azurewebsites.net/

linux/videodev.h : no such file or directory - OpenCV on ubuntu 11.04

The current answer is incomplete. Installing libv4l-dev creates a /usr/include/linux/videodev2.h but doesn't solve the stated problem of not being able to find linux/videodev.h. The library does ship header files for compatibility, but fails to put them where applications will look for them.

sudo apt-get install libv4l-dev
cd /usr/include/linux
sudo ln -s ../libv4l1-videodev.h videodev.h

This provides a linux/videodev.h, and of the right version (1).

In Javascript, how do I check if an array has duplicate values?

Well I did a bit of searching around the internet for you and I found this handy link.

Easiest way to find duplicate values in a JavaScript array

You can adapt the sample code that is provided in the above link, courtesy of "swilliams" to your solution.

How do I use sudo to redirect output to a location I don't have permission to write to?

This is based on the answer involving tee. To make things easier I wrote a small script (I call it suwrite) and put it in /usr/local/bin/ with +x permission:

#! /bin/sh
if [ $# = 0 ] ; then
    echo "USAGE: <command writing to stdout> | suwrite [-a] <output file 1> ..." >&2
    exit 1
fi
for arg in "$@" ; do
    if [ ${arg#/dev/} != ${arg} ] ; then
        echo "Found dangerous argument ‘$arg’. Will exit."
        exit 2
    fi
done
sudo tee "$@" > /dev/null

As shown in the USAGE in the code, all you have to do is to pipe the output to this script followed by the desired superuser-accessible filename and it will automatically prompt you for your password if needed (since it includes sudo).

echo test | suwrite /root/test.txt

Note that since this is a simple wrapper for tee, it will also accept tee's -a option to append, and also supports writing to multiple files at the same time.

echo test2 | suwrite -a /root/test.txt
echo test-multi | suwrite /root/test-a.txt /root/test-b.txt

It also has some simplistic protection against writing to /dev/ devices which was a concern mentioned in one of the comments on this page.

Unable to open debugger port in IntelliJ

I had the same problem and this solution also did the trick for me: Provide the IP 127.0.0.1 in the Intellij Debug configuration instead of the host name "localhost", in case you're using this hostname.

How do I change file permissions in Ubuntu

If you just want to change file permissions, you want to be careful about using -R on chmod since it will change anything, files or folders. If you are doing a relative change (like adding write permission for everyone), you can do this:

sudo chmod -R a+w /var/www

But if you want to use the literal permissions of read/write, you may want to select files versus folders:

sudo find /var/www -type f -exec chmod 666 {} \;

(Which, by the way, for security reasons, I wouldn't recommend either of these.)

Or for folders:

sudo find /var/www -type d -exec chmod 755 {} \;

Android Volley - BasicNetwork.performRequest: Unexpected response code 400

Just to update all, after some deliberations, I have decided to use Async Http Client instead to solve my earlier problem. The library allows a cleaner approach (to me) to manipulate HTTP responses especially in cases where JSON objects are returned in all scenarios/HTTP statuses.

protected void getLogin() {

    EditText username = (EditText) findViewById(R.id.username); 
    EditText password = (EditText) findViewById(R.id.password); 

    RequestParams params = new RequestParams();
    params.put("username", username.getText().toString());
    params.put("password", password.getText().toString());

    RestClient.post(getHost() + "api/v1/auth/login", params,
            new JsonHttpResponseHandler() {

        @Override
        public void onSuccess(int statusCode, Header[] headers,
                JSONObject response) {

            try {

                //process JSONObject obj 
                Log.w("myapp","success status code..." + statusCode);

            } catch (JSONException e) {
                // TODO Auto-generated catch block
                e.printStackTrace();
            }
        }

        @Override
        public void onFailure(int statusCode, Header[] headers,
                Throwable throwable, JSONObject errorResponse) {
            Log.w("myapp", "failure status code..." + statusCode);


            try {
                //process JSONObject obj
                Log.w("myapp", "error ..."  + errorResponse.getString("message").toString());
            } catch (JSONException e) {
                // TODO Auto-generated catch block
                e.printStackTrace();
            }
        }
    });
}

Capture keyboardinterrupt in Python without try-except

Yes, you can install an interrupt handler using the module signal, and wait forever using a threading.Event:

import signal
import sys
import time
import threading

def signal_handler(signal, frame):
    print('You pressed Ctrl+C!')
    sys.exit(0)

signal.signal(signal.SIGINT, signal_handler)
print('Press Ctrl+C')
forever = threading.Event()
forever.wait()

How to change DataTable columns order

If you have more than 2-3 columns, SetOrdinal is not the way to go. A DataView's ToTable method accepts a parameter array of column names. Order your columns there:

DataView dataView = dataTable.DefaultView;
dataTable = dataView.ToTable(true, "Qty", "Unit", "Id");

Descending order by date filter in AngularJs

According to documentation you can use the reverse argument.

filter:orderBy(array, expression[, reverse]);

Change your filter to:

orderBy: 'created_at':true

E: gnupg, gnupg2 and gnupg1 do not seem to be installed, but one of them is required for this operation

In your Dockerfile, run this first:

apt-get update && apt-get install -y gnupg2

How do you check if a variable is an array in JavaScript?

I have created this little bit of code, which can return true types.

I am not sure about performance yet, but it's an attempt to properly identify the typeof.

https://github.com/valtido/better-typeOf also blogged a little about it here http://www.jqui.net/jquery/better-typeof-than-the-javascript-native-typeof/

it works, similar to the current typeof.

var user = [1,2,3]
typeOf(user); //[object Array]

It think it may need a bit of fine tuning, and take into account things, I have not come across or test it properly. so further improvements are welcomed, whether it's performance wise, or incorrectly re-porting of typeOf.

What is the iOS 5.0 user agent string?

fixed my agent string evaluation by scrubbing the string for LOWERCASE "iphone os 5_0" as opposed to "iPhone OS 5_0." now i am properly assigning iOS 5 specific classes to my html, when the uppercase scrub failed.

How to detect the end of loading of UITableView

Improve to @RichX answer: lastRow can be both [tableView numberOfRowsInSection: 0] - 1 or ((NSIndexPath*)[[tableView indexPathsForVisibleRows] lastObject]).row. So the code will be:

-(void) tableView:(UITableView *)tableView willDisplayCell:(UITableViewCell *)cell forRowAtIndexPath:(NSIndexPath *)indexPath
{
    if([indexPath row] == ((NSIndexPath*)[[tableView indexPathsForVisibleRows] lastObject]).row){
        //end of loading
        //for example [activityIndicator stopAnimating];
    }
}

UPDATE: Well, @htafoya's comment is right. If you want this code to detect end of loading all data from source, it wouldn't, but that's not the original question. This code is for detecting when all cells that are meant to be visible are displayed. willDisplayCell: used here for smoother UI (single cell usually displays fast after willDisplay: call). You could also try it with tableView:didEndDisplayingCell:.

Binding Combobox Using Dictionary as the Datasource

Just Try to do like this....

SortedDictionary<string, int> userCache = UserCache.getSortedUserValueCache();

    // Add this code
    if(userCache != null)
    {
        userListComboBox.DataSource = new BindingSource(userCache, null); // Key => null
        userListComboBox.DisplayMember = "Key";
        userListComboBox.ValueMember = "Value";
    }

Tool to monitor HTTP, TCP, etc. Web Service traffic

I second Wireshark. It is very powerful and versatile. And since this tool will work not only on Windows but also on Linux or Mac OSX, investing your time to learn it (quite easy actually) makes sense. Whatever the platform or the language you use, it makes sense.

Regards,

Richard Just Programmer http://sili.co.nz/blog

adb shell su works but adb root does not

In some developer-friendly ROMs you could just enable Root Access in Settings > Developer option > Root access. After that adb root becomes available. Unfortunately it does not work for most stock ROMs on the market.

How to make inline plots in Jupyter Notebook larger?

The question is about matplotlib, but for the sake of any R users that end up here given the language-agnostic title:

If you're using an R kernel, just use:

options(repr.plot.width=4, repr.plot.height=3)

What is the difference between C and embedded C?

c cant access physical address, embedded c can access physical address embedded c variable address is stored in stack, in embedded c variable should be declaired at the begining of the block embedded c input output port are used but in c printf and scanf used

Calculate distance between two points in google maps V3

To calculate distance on Google Maps, you can use Directions API. That will be one of the easiest way to do it. To get data from Google Server, you can use Retrofit or Volley. Both has their own advantage. Take a look at following code where I have used retrofit to implement it:

private void build_retrofit_and_get_response(String type) {

    String url = "https://maps.googleapis.com/maps/";

    Retrofit retrofit = new Retrofit.Builder()
            .baseUrl(url)
            .addConverterFactory(GsonConverterFactory.create())
            .build();

    RetrofitMaps service = retrofit.create(RetrofitMaps.class);

    Call<Example> call = service.getDistanceDuration("metric", origin.latitude + "," + origin.longitude,dest.latitude + "," + dest.longitude, type);

    call.enqueue(new Callback<Example>() {
        @Override
        public void onResponse(Response<Example> response, Retrofit retrofit) {

            try {
                //Remove previous line from map
                if (line != null) {
                    line.remove();
                }
                // This loop will go through all the results and add marker on each location.
                for (int i = 0; i < response.body().getRoutes().size(); i++) {
                    String distance = response.body().getRoutes().get(i).getLegs().get(i).getDistance().getText();
                    String time = response.body().getRoutes().get(i).getLegs().get(i).getDuration().getText();
                    ShowDistanceDuration.setText("Distance:" + distance + ", Duration:" + time);
                    String encodedString = response.body().getRoutes().get(0).getOverviewPolyline().getPoints();
                    List<LatLng> list = decodePoly(encodedString);
                    line = mMap.addPolyline(new PolylineOptions()
                                    .addAll(list)
                                    .width(20)
                                    .color(Color.RED)
                                    .geodesic(true)
                    );
                }
            } catch (Exception e) {
                Log.d("onResponse", "There is an error");
                e.printStackTrace();
            }
        }

        @Override
        public void onFailure(Throwable t) {
            Log.d("onFailure", t.toString());
        }
    });

}

Above is the code of function build_retrofit_and_get_response for calculating distance. Below is corresponding Retrofit Interface:

package com.androidtutorialpoint.googlemapsdistancecalculator;


import com.androidtutorialpoint.googlemapsdistancecalculator.POJO.Example;

import retrofit.Call;
import retrofit.http.GET;
import retrofit.http.Query;

public interface RetrofitMaps {


/*
 * Retrofit get annotation with our URL
 * And our method that will return us details of student.
 */
@GET("api/directions/json?key=AIzaSyC22GfkHu9FdgT9SwdCWMwKX1a4aohGifM")
Call<Example> getDistanceDuration(@Query("units") String units, @Query("origin") String origin, @Query("destination") String destination, @Query("mode") String mode);

}

I hope this explains your query. All the best :)

Source: Google Maps Distance Calculator

Error: 'int' object is not subscriptable - Python

The problem is in the line,

int([x[age1]])

What you want is

x = int(age1)

You also need to convert the int to a string for the output...

print "Hi, " + name1+ " you will be 21 in: " + str(twentyone) + " years."

The complete script looks like,

name1 = raw_input("What's your name? ")
age1 = raw_input ("how old are you? ")
x = 0
x = int(age1)
twentyone = 21 - x
print "Hi, " + name1+ " you will be 21 in: " + str(twentyone) + " years."

Passing parameters from jsp to Spring Controller method

Your controller method should be like this:

@RequestMapping(value = " /<your mapping>/{id}", method=RequestMethod.GET)
public String listNotes(@PathVariable("id")int id,Model model) {
    Person person = personService.getCurrentlyAuthenticatedUser();
    int id = 2323;  // Currently passing static values for testing
    model.addAttribute("person", new Person());
    model.addAttribute("listPersons", this.personService.listPersons());
    model.addAttribute("listNotes",this.notesService.listNotesBySectionId(id,person));
    return "note";
}

Use the id in your code, call the controller method from your JSP as:

/{your mapping}/{your id}

UPDATE:

Change your jsp code to:

<c:forEach items="${listNotes}" var="notices" varStatus="status">
    <tr>
        <td>${notices.noticesid}</td>
        <td>${notices.notetext}</td>
        <td>${notices.notetag}</td>
        <td>${notices.notecolor}</td>
        <td>${notices.sectionid}</td>
        <td>${notices.canvasid}</td>
        <td>${notices.canvasnName}</td>
        <td>${notices.personid}</td>
        <td><a href="<c:url value='/editnote/${listNotes[status.index].noticesid}' />" >Edit</a></td>
        <td><a href="<c:url value='/removenote/${listNotes[status.index].noticesid}' />" >Delete</a></td>
    </tr>
</c:forEach>

MySQL Fire Trigger for both Insert and Update

unfortunately we can't use in MySQL after INSERT or UPDATE description, like in Oracle

Mod in Java produces negative numbers

If you need n % m then:

int i = (n < 0) ? (m - (abs(n) % m) ) %m : (n % m);

mathematical explanation:

n = -1 * abs(n)
-> n % m = (-1 * abs(n) ) % m
-> (-1 * (abs(n) % m) ) % m
-> m - (abs(n) % m))

Node.js Best Practice Exception Handling

nodejs domains is the most up to date way of handling errors in nodejs. Domains can capture both error/other events as well as traditionally thrown objects. Domains also provide functionality for handling callbacks with an error passed as the first argument via the intercept method.

As with normal try/catch-style error handling, is is usually best to throw errors when they occur, and block out areas where you want to isolate errors from affecting the rest of the code. The way to "block out" these areas are to call domain.run with a function as a block of isolated code.

In synchronous code, the above is enough - when an error happens you either let it be thrown through, or you catch it and handle there, reverting any data you need to revert.

try {  
  //something
} catch(e) {
  // handle data reversion
  // probably log too
}

When the error happens in an asynchronous callback, you either need to be able to fully handle the rollback of data (shared state, external data like databases, etc). OR you have to set something to indicate that an exception has happened - where ever you care about that flag, you have to wait for the callback to complete.

var err = null;
var d = require('domain').create();
d.on('error', function(e) {
  err = e;
  // any additional error handling
}
d.run(function() { Fiber(function() {
  // do stuff
  var future = somethingAsynchronous();
  // more stuff

  future.wait(); // here we care about the error
  if(err != null) {
    // handle data reversion
    // probably log too
  }

})});

Some of that above code is ugly, but you can create patterns for yourself to make it prettier, eg:

var specialDomain = specialDomain(function() {
  // do stuff
  var future = somethingAsynchronous();
  // more stuff

  future.wait(); // here we care about the error
  if(specialDomain.error()) {
    // handle data reversion
    // probably log too
  } 
}, function() { // "catch"
  // any additional error handling
});

UPDATE (2013-09):

Above, I use a future that implies fibers semantics, which allow you to wait on futures in-line. This actually allows you to use traditional try-catch blocks for everything - which I find to be the best way to go. However, you can't always do this (ie in the browser)...

There are also futures that don't require fibers semantics (which then work with normal, browsery JavaScript). These can be called futures, promises, or deferreds (I'll just refer to futures from here on). Plain-old-JavaScript futures libraries allow errors to be propagated between futures. Only some of these libraries allow any thrown future to be correctly handled, so beware.

An example:

returnsAFuture().then(function() {
  console.log('1')
  return doSomething() // also returns a future

}).then(function() {
  console.log('2')
  throw Error("oops an error was thrown")

}).then(function() {
  console.log('3')

}).catch(function(exception) {
  console.log('handler')
  // handle the exception
}).done()

This mimics a normal try-catch, even though the pieces are asynchronous. It would print:

1
2
handler

Note that it doesn't print '3' because an exception was thrown that interrupts that flow.

Take a look at bluebird promises:

Note that I haven't found many other libraries other than these that properly handle thrown exceptions. jQuery's deferred, for example, don't - the "fail" handler would never get the exception thrown an a 'then' handler, which in my opinion is a deal breaker.

How to call any method asynchronously in c#

Starting with .Net 4.5 you can use Task.Run to simply start an action:

void Foo(string args){}
...
Task.Run(() => Foo("bar"));

Task.Run vs Task.Factory.StartNew

curl usage to get header

google.com is not responding to HTTP HEAD requests, which is why you are seeing a hang for the first command.

It does respond to GET requests, which is why the third command works.

As for the second, curl just prints the headers from a standard request.

How to get a resource id with a known resource name?

Kotlin Version via Extension Function

To find a resource id by its name In Kotlin, add below snippet in a kotlin file:

ExtensionFunctions.kt

import android.content.Context
import android.content.res.Resources

fun Context.resIdByName(resIdName: String?, resType: String): Int {
    resIdName?.let {
        return resources.getIdentifier(it, resType, packageName)
    }
    throw Resources.NotFoundException()
}


Usage

Now all resource ids are accessible wherever you have a context reference using resIdByName method:

val drawableResId = context.resIdByName("ic_edit_black_24dp", "drawable")
val stringResId = context.resIdByName("title_home", "string")
.
.
.    

What's the shebang/hashbang (#!) in Facebook and new Twitter URLs for?

I would be very careful if you are considering adopting this hashbang convention.

Once you hashbang, you can’t go back. This is probably the stickiest issue. Ben’s post put forward the point that when pushState is more widely adopted then we can leave hashbangs behind and return to traditional URLs. Well, fact is, you can’t. Earlier I stated that URLs are forever, they get indexed and archived and generally kept around. To add to that, cool URLs don’t change. We don’t want to disconnect ourselves from all the valuable links to our content. If you’ve implemented hashbang URLs at any point then want to change them without breaking links the only way you can do it is by running some JavaScript on the root document of your domain. Forever. It’s in no way temporary, you are stuck with it.

You really want to use pushState instead of hashbangs, because making your URLs ugly and possibly broken -- forever -- is a colossal and permanent downside to hashbangs.

@ViewChild in *ngIf

Use a setter for the ViewChild:

 private contentPlaceholder: ElementRef;

 @ViewChild('contentPlaceholder') set content(content: ElementRef) {
    if(content) { // initially setter gets called with undefined
        this.contentPlaceholder = content;
    }
 }

The setter is called with an element reference once *ngIf becomes true.

Note, for Angular 8 you have to make sure to set { static: false }, which is a default setting in other Angular versions:

 @ViewChild('contentPlaceholder', { static: false })

Note: if contentPlaceholder is a component you can change ElementRef to your component Class:

  private contentPlaceholder: MyCustomComponent;

  @ViewChild('contentPlaceholder') set content(content: MyCustomComponent) {
     if(content) { // initially setter gets called with undefined
          this.contentPlaceholder = content;
     }
  }

Android Studio is slow (how to speed up)?

Recommendations:

  • MUST TO SAY: if you have any chance, spend some money for better PC(cpu), it's Most important ..

Tweaks:

  • Some people say, that OS (Operating System) might cause much slowness. For example, XP or LINUX (or etc) was mentioned to perform 70% faster (don't know why..).
  • Disable VCS by File > Settings > Plugins and disable the following things : CVS Integration; Git Integration; GitHub; Google Cloud ... things; Subversion Integration; hg4idea;

  • Editor is a resource eating too (especially on Large Monitors) and slow. Make it much much faster: click Help > Edit custom VM options and add these lines :
    -Dsun.java2d.d3d=false
    -Dsun.java2d.opengl=true
    save it and Restart Android Studio.

  • If Android Studio has a proxy server setting and can't reach the server then it takes a long time to build and waiting for a timeout. Removing it helps much. File > Settings > Appearance & Behavior > System settings > HTTP Proxy.
  • Another Useful quote (from article):

    Modules are expensive… On my current project I had to build some libraries from scratch and had to fork some that almost fitted my needs but not quite! If that modules are not constantly modified, it’s important to have this into consideration: the time needed to compile them from scratch, or even to check if the previous individual module build is up-to-date, can be up to almost 4x greater than to simply load that dependency as a binary .jar/.aar.

    Hint: run the gradle build -profile for an HTML report showing where the time goes regarding the build process.

    Note: keep that “unnecessary” modules in your version control system for the eventuallity of a quickfix/improvement in that dependency.

  • In your Gradle build script, use only
    specific Google Service, like: compile 'com.google.android.gms:play-services-maps:...'
    Instead of full Google Library: compile 'com.google.android.gms:play-services:...'
    (Compile time goes from 2 minutes to around 25 seconds).

  • Gradle configures every project before executing tasks, regardless of whether the project is actually needed for the particular build. In global gradle.properties adding this will help much: org.gradle.configureondemand=true

  • Surprisingly, some people say , they solved problem by reducing: 1) heapsizes to -Xmx256m (instead of higher values); 2) Emulator Ram-size (from Edit AVD > Advanced Settings);

Everyday Recommendations:

  • Don't run multiple projects simultaneously.
  • Don't close emulator after using once (use same emulator for running app each time; If you test large apps, better to use a real mobile phone instead of emulator).
  • clean your project every time after running your app in emulator - click Build > Clean Project (or Rebuild), you can use keyboard shortcut.

How to split a string by spaces in a Windows batch file?

UPDATE: Well, initially I posted the solution to a more difficult problem, to get a complete split of any string with any delimiter (just changing delims). I read more the accepted solutions than what the OP wanted, sorry. I think this time I comply with the original requirements:

 @echo off
 IF [%1] EQU [] echo get n ["user_string"] & goto :eof
 set token=%1
 set /a "token+=1"
 set string=
 IF [%2] NEQ [] set string=%2
 IF [%2] EQU [] set string="AAA BBB CCC DDD EEE FFF"
 FOR /F "tokens=%TOKEN%" %%G IN (%string%) DO echo %%~G

An other version with a better user interface:

 @echo off
 IF [%1] EQU [] echo USAGE: get ["user_string"] n & goto :eof
 IF [%2] NEQ [] set string=%1 & set token=%2 & goto update_token
 set string="AAA BBB CCC DDD EEE FFF"
 set token=%1
 :update_token
 set /a "token+=1"
 FOR /F "tokens=%TOKEN%" %%G IN (%string%) DO echo %%~G

Output examples:

E:\utils\bat>get
USAGE: get ["user_string"] n
E:\utils\bat>get 5
FFF
E:\utils\bat>get 6
E:\utils\bat>get "Hello World" 1
World

This is a batch file to split the directories of the path:

@echo off
set string="%PATH%"
:loop
FOR /F "tokens=1* delims=;" %%G IN (%string%) DO (
    for /f "tokens=*" %%g in ("%%G") do echo %%g
    set string="%%H"
    )
if %string% NEQ "" goto :loop

2nd version:

@echo off
set string="%PATH%"
:loop 
FOR /F "tokens=1* delims=;" %%G IN (%string%) DO set line="%%G" & echo %line:"=% & set string="%%H"
if %string% NEQ "" goto :loop

3rd version:

@echo off
set string="%PATH%"
:loop
FOR /F "tokens=1* delims=;" %%G IN (%string%) DO CALL :sub "%%G" "%%H"
if %string% NEQ "" goto :loop
goto :eof

:sub
set line=%1
echo %line:"=%
set string=%2

how to destroy an object in java?

In java there is no explicit way doing garbage collection. The JVM itself runs some threads in the background checking for the objects that are not having any references which means all the ways through which we access the object are lost. On the other hand an object is also eligible for garbage collection if it runs out of scope that is the program in which we created the object is terminated or ended. Coming to your question the method finalize is same as the destructor in C++. The finalize method is actually called just before the moment of clearing the object memory by the JVM. It is up to you to define the finalize method or not in your program. However if the garbage collection of the object is done after the program is terminated then the JVM will not invoke the finalize method which you defined in your program. You might ask what is the use of finalize method? For instance let us consider that you created an object which requires some stream to external file and you explicitly defined a finalize method to this object which checks wether the stream opened to the file or not and if not it closes the stream. Suppose, after writing several lines of code you lost the reference to the object. Then it is eligible for garbage collection. When the JVM is about to free the space of your object the JVM just checks have you defined the finalize method or not and invokes the method so there is no risk of the opened stream. finalize method make the program risk free and more robust.

Specify sudo password for Ansible

I was tearing my hair out over this one, now I found a solution which does what i want:

1 encrypted file per host containing the sudo password

/etc/ansible/hosts:

[all:vars]
ansible_ssh_connection=ssh ansible_ssh_user=myuser ansible_ssh_private_key_file=~/.ssh/id_rsa

[some_service_group]
node-0
node-1

then you create for each host an encrypted var-file like so:

ansible-vault create /etc/ansible/host_vars/node-0

with content

ansible_sudo_pass: "my_sudo_pass_for_host_node-0"

how you organize the vault password (enter via --ask-vault-pass) or by cfg is up to you

based on this i suspect you can just encrypt the whole hosts file...

How to shift a block of code left/right by one space in VSCode?

Have a look at File > Preferences > Keyboard Shortcuts (or Ctrl+K Ctrl+S)

Search for cursorColumnSelectDown or cursorColumnSelectUp which will give you the relevent keyboard shortcut. For me it is Shift+Alt+Down/Up Arrow

printing out a 2-D array in Matrix format

Here's my efficient approach for displaying 2-D integer array using a StringBuilder array.

public static void printMatrix(int[][] arr) {
    if (null == arr || arr.length == 0) {
        // empty or null matrix
        return;
    }

    int idx = -1;
    StringBuilder[] sbArr = new StringBuilder[arr.length];

    for (int[] row : arr) {
        sbArr[++idx] = new StringBuilder("(\t");

        for (int elem : row) {
            sbArr[idx].append(elem + "\t");
        }

        sbArr[idx].append(")");
    }

    for (int i = 0; i < sbArr.length; i++) {
        System.out.println(sbArr[i]);
    }
    System.out.println("\nDONE\n");
}

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Python check if list items are integers?

Try this:

mynewlist = [s for s in mylist if s.isdigit()]

From the docs:

str.isdigit()

Return true if all characters in the string are digits and there is at least one character, false otherwise.

For 8-bit strings, this method is locale-dependent.


As noted in the comments, isdigit() returning True does not necessarily indicate that the string can be parsed as an int via the int() function, and it returning False does not necessarily indicate that it cannot be. Nevertheless, the approach above should work in your case.

no module named zlib

By default when you configuring Python source, zlib module is disabled, so you can enable it using option --with-zlib when you configure it. So it becomes

./configure --with-zlib

JavaFX FXML controller - constructor vs initialize method

The initialize method is called after all @FXML annotated members have been injected. Suppose you have a table view you want to populate with data:

class MyController { 
    @FXML
    TableView<MyModel> tableView; 

    public MyController() {
        tableView.getItems().addAll(getDataFromSource()); // results in NullPointerException, as tableView is null at this point. 
    }

    @FXML
    public void initialize() {
        tableView.getItems().addAll(getDataFromSource()); // Perfectly Ok here, as FXMLLoader already populated all @FXML annotated members. 
    }
}

How to sort a collection by date in MongoDB?

Just a slight modification to @JohnnyHK answer

collection.find().sort({datefield: -1}, function(err, cursor){...});

In many use cases we wish to have latest records to be returned (like for latest updates / inserts).

Python UTC datetime object's ISO format doesn't include Z (Zulu or Zero offset)

Pass a UTC timezone object to datetime.now() instead of using datetime.utcnow():

from datetime import datetime, timezone

datetime.now(timezone.utc)
>>> datetime.datetime(2020, 1, 8, 6, 6, 24, 260810, tzinfo=datetime.timezone.utc)

datetime.now(timezone.utc).isoformat()
>>> '2020-01-08T06:07:04.492045+00:00'

That looks good, so let's see what Django and dateutil think:

from django.utils.timezone import is_aware

is_aware(datetime.now(timezone.utc))
>>> True

from dateutil.parser import isoparse

is_aware(isoparse(datetime.now(timezone.utc).isoformat()))
>>> True

Note that you need to use isoparse() because the Python documentation for datetime.fromisoformat() says it "does not support parsing arbitrary ISO 8601 strings".

Okay, the Python datetime object and the ISO 8601 string are both UTC "aware". Now let's look at what JavaScript thinks of the datetime string. Borrowing from this answer we get:

let date= '2020-01-08T06:07:04.492045+00:00';
const dateParsed = new Date(Date.parse(date))

document.write(dateParsed);
document.write("\n");
// Tue Jan 07 2020 22:07:04 GMT-0800 (Pacific Standard Time)

document.write(dateParsed.toISOString());
document.write("\n");
// 2020-01-08T06:07:04.492Z

document.write(dateParsed.toUTCString());
document.write("\n");
// Wed, 08 Jan 2020 06:07:04 GMT

Notes:

I approached this problem with a few goals:

  • generate a UTC "aware" datetime string in ISO 8601 format
  • use only Python Standard Library functions for datetime object and string creation
  • validate the datetime object and string with the Django timezone utility function and the dateutil parser
  • use JavaScript functions to validate that the ISO 8601 datetime string is UTC aware

Note that this approach does not include a Z suffix and does not use utcnow(). But it's based on the recommendation in the Python documentation and it passes muster with both Django and JavaScript.

See also:

How to check if a string starts with one of several prefixes?

A simple solution is:

if (newStr4.startsWith("Mon") || newStr4.startsWith("Tue") || newStr4.startsWith("Wed"))
// ... you get the idea ...

A fancier solution would be:

List<String> days = Arrays.asList("SUN", "MON", "TUE", "WED", "THU", "FRI", "SAT");
String day = newStr4.substring(0, 3).toUpperCase();
if (days.contains(day)) {
    // ...
}

How to set the DefaultRoute to another Route in React Router

For those coming into 2017, this is the new solution with IndexRedirect:

<Route path="/" component={App}>
  <IndexRedirect to="/welcome" />
  <Route path="welcome" component={Welcome} />
  <Route path="about" component={About} />
</Route>

C subscripted value is neither array nor pointer nor vector when assigning an array element value

C lets you use the subscript operator [] on arrays and on pointers. When you use this operator on a pointer, the resultant type is the type to which the pointer points to. For example, if you apply [] to int*, the result would be an int.

That is precisely what's going on: you are passing int*, which corresponds to a vector of integers. Using subscript on it once makes it int, so you cannot apply the second subscript to it.

It appears from your code that arr should be a 2-D array. If it is implemented as a "jagged" array (i.e. an array of pointers) then the parameter type should be int **.

Moreover, it appears that you are trying to return a local array. In order to do that legally, you need to allocate the array dynamically, and return a pointer. However, a better approach would be declaring a special struct for your 4x4 matrix, and using it to wrap your fixed-size array, like this:

// This type wraps your 4x4 matrix
typedef struct {
    int arr[4][4];
} FourByFour;
// Now rotate(m) can use FourByFour as a type
FourByFour rotate(FourByFour m) {
    FourByFour D;
    for(int i = 0; i < 4; i ++ ){
        for(int n = 0; n < 4; n++){
            D.arr[i][n] = m.arr[n][3 - i];
        }
    }
    return D;
}
// Here is a demo of your rotate(m) in action:
int main(void) {
    FourByFour S = {.arr = {
        { 1, 4, 10, 3 },
        { 0, 6, 3, 8 },
        { 7, 10 ,8, 5 },
        { 9, 5, 11, 2}
    } };
    FourByFour r = rotate(S);
    for(int i=0; i < 4; i ++ ){
        for(int n=0; n < 4; n++){
            printf("%d ", r.arr[i][n]);
        }
        printf("\n");
    }
    return 0;
}

This prints the following:

3 8 5 2 
10 3 8 11 
4 6 10 5 
1 0 7 9 

Current timestamp as filename in Java

No need to get too complicated, try this one liner:

String fileName = new SimpleDateFormat("yyyyMMddHHmm'.txt'").format(new Date());

What is C# analog of C++ std::pair?

Some answers seem just wrong,

  1. you can't use dictionary how would store the pairs (a,b) and (a,c). Pairs concept should not be confused with associative look up of key and values
  2. lot of the above code seems suspect

Here is my pair class

public class Pair<X, Y>
{
    private X _x;
    private Y _y;

    public Pair(X first, Y second)
    {
        _x = first;
        _y = second;
    }

    public X first { get { return _x; } }

    public Y second { get { return _y; } }

    public override bool Equals(object obj)
    {
        if (obj == null)
            return false;
        if (obj == this)
            return true;
        Pair<X, Y> other = obj as Pair<X, Y>;
        if (other == null)
            return false;

        return
            (((first == null) && (other.first == null))
                || ((first != null) && first.Equals(other.first)))
              &&
            (((second == null) && (other.second == null))
                || ((second != null) && second.Equals(other.second)));
    }

    public override int GetHashCode()
    {
        int hashcode = 0;
        if (first != null)
            hashcode += first.GetHashCode();
        if (second != null)
            hashcode += second.GetHashCode();

        return hashcode;
    }
}

Here is some test code:

[TestClass]
public class PairTest
{
    [TestMethod]
    public void pairTest()
    {
        string s = "abc";
        Pair<int, string> foo = new Pair<int, string>(10, s);
        Pair<int, string> bar = new Pair<int, string>(10, s);
        Pair<int, string> qux = new Pair<int, string>(20, s);
        Pair<int, int> aaa = new Pair<int, int>(10, 20);

        Assert.IsTrue(10 == foo.first);
        Assert.AreEqual(s, foo.second);
        Assert.AreEqual(foo, bar);
        Assert.IsTrue(foo.GetHashCode() == bar.GetHashCode());
        Assert.IsFalse(foo.Equals(qux));
        Assert.IsFalse(foo.Equals(null));
        Assert.IsFalse(foo.Equals(aaa));

        Pair<string, string> s1 = new Pair<string, string>("a", "b");
        Pair<string, string> s2 = new Pair<string, string>(null, "b");
        Pair<string, string> s3 = new Pair<string, string>("a", null);
        Pair<string, string> s4 = new Pair<string, string>(null, null);
        Assert.IsFalse(s1.Equals(s2));
        Assert.IsFalse(s1.Equals(s3));
        Assert.IsFalse(s1.Equals(s4));
        Assert.IsFalse(s2.Equals(s1));
        Assert.IsFalse(s3.Equals(s1));
        Assert.IsFalse(s2.Equals(s3));
        Assert.IsFalse(s4.Equals(s1));
        Assert.IsFalse(s1.Equals(s4));
    }
}

jQuery multiselect drop down menu

I've used jQuery MultiSelect for implementing multiselect drop down menu with checkbox. You can see the implementation guide from here - Multi-select Dropdown List with Checkbox

Implementation is very simple, need only using the following code.

$('#transactionType').multiselect({
    columns: 1,
    placeholder: 'Select Transaction Type'
});

What to put in a python module docstring?

To quote the specifications:

The docstring of a script (a stand-alone program) should be usable as its "usage" message, printed when the script is invoked with incorrect or missing arguments (or perhaps with a "-h" option, for "help"). Such a docstring should document the script's function and command line syntax, environment variables, and files. Usage messages can be fairly elaborate (several screens full) and should be sufficient for a new user to use the command properly, as well as a complete quick reference to all options and arguments for the sophisticated user.

The docstring for a module should generally list the classes, exceptions and functions (and any other objects) that are exported by the module, with a one-line summary of each. (These summaries generally give less detail than the summary line in the object's docstring.) The docstring for a package (i.e., the docstring of the package's __init__.py module) should also list the modules and subpackages exported by the package.

The docstring for a class should summarize its behavior and list the public methods and instance variables. If the class is intended to be subclassed, and has an additional interface for subclasses, this interface should be listed separately (in the docstring). The class constructor should be documented in the docstring for its __init__ method. Individual methods should be documented by their own docstring.

The docstring of a function or method is a phrase ending in a period. It prescribes the function or method's effect as a command ("Do this", "Return that"), not as a description; e.g. don't write "Returns the pathname ...". A multiline-docstring for a function or method should summarize its behavior and document its arguments, return value(s), side effects, exceptions raised, and restrictions on when it can be called (all if applicable). Optional arguments should be indicated. It should be documented whether keyword arguments are part of the interface.

Gerrit error when Change-Id in commit messages are missing

Check your git repo before committing

gitrepo/.git/hooks/commit-msg

if this file is not present in that location then you will get this error "missing Change-Id in commit message" .

To solve this just copy paste the commit hook in .git folder.

How to define several include path in Makefile

Make's substitutions feature is nice and helped me to write

%.i: src/%.c $(INCLUDE)
        gcc -E $(CPPFLAGS) $(INCLUDE:%=-I %) $< > $@

You might find this useful, because it asks make to check for changes in include folders too

How to put multiple statements in one line?

You could use the built-in exec statement, eg.:

exec("try: \n \t if sam[0] != 'harry': \n \t\t print('hello',  sam) \nexcept: pass")

Where \n is a newline and \t is used as indentation (a tab).
Also, you should count the spaces you use, so your indentation matches exactly.

However, as all the other answers already said, this is of course only to be used when you really have to put it on one line.

exec is quite a dangerous statement (especially when building a webapp) since it allows execution of arbitrary Python code.

jquery 3.0 url.indexOf error

Jquery 3.0 has some breaking changes that remove certain methods due to conflicts. Your error is most likely due to one of these changes such as the removal of the .load() event.

Read more in the jQuery Core 3.0 Upgrade Guide

To fix this you either need to rewrite the code to be compatible with Jquery 3.0 or else you can use the JQuery Migrate plugin which restores the deprecated and/or removed APIs and behaviours.

How to avoid annoying error "declared and not used"

According to the FAQ:

Some have asked for a compiler option to turn those checks off or at least reduce them to warnings. Such an option has not been added, though, because compiler options should not affect the semantics of the language and because the Go compiler does not report warnings, only errors that prevent compilation.

There are two reasons for having no warnings. First, if it's worth complaining about, it's worth fixing in the code. (And if it's not worth fixing, it's not worth mentioning.) Second, having the compiler generate warnings encourages the implementation to warn about weak cases that can make compilation noisy, masking real errors that should be fixed.

I don't necessarily agree with this for various reasons not worth going into. It is what it is, and it's not likely to change in the near future.

For packages, there's the goimports tool which automatically adds missing packages and removes unused ones. For example:

# Install it
$ go get golang.org/x/tools/cmd/goimports

# -w to write the source file instead of stdout
$ goimports -w my_file.go

You should be able to run this from any half-way decent editor - for example for Vim:

:!goimports -w %

The goimports page lists some commands for other editors, and you typically set it to be run automatically when you save the buffer to disk.

Note that goimports will also run gofmt.


As was already mentioned, for variables the easiest way is to (temporarily) assign them to _ :

// No errors
tasty := "ice cream"
horrible := "marmite"

// Commented out for debugging
//eat(tasty, horrible)

_, _ = tasty, horrible

Install apk without downloading

you can use this code .may be solve the problem

Intent intent = new Intent(Intent.ACTION_VIEW,Uri.parse("http://192.168.43.1:6789/mobile_base/test.apk"));
startActivity(intent);

How can I prevent a window from being resized with tkinter?

This code makes a window with the conditions that the user cannot change the dimensions of the Tk() window, and also disables the maximise button.

import tkinter as tk

root = tk.Tk()
root.resizable(width=False, height=False)
root.mainloop()

Within the program you can change the window dimensions with @Carpetsmoker's answer, or by doing this:

root.geometry('{}x{}'.format(<widthpixels>, <heightpixels>))

It should be fairly easy for you to implement that into your code. :)

Submit form and stay on same page?

The HTTP/CGI way to do this would be for your program to return an HTTP status code of 204 (No Content).

Take a list of numbers and return the average

Simple math..

def average(n):
    result = 0
    for i in n:
      result += i
      ave_num = result / len(n)
    return ave_num

input -> [1,2,3,4,5]
output -> 3.0

Select Pandas rows based on list index

For large datasets, it is memory efficient to read only selected rows via the skiprows parameter.

Example

pred = lambda x: x not in [1, 3]
pd.read_csv("data.csv", skiprows=pred, index_col=0, names=...)

This will now return a DataFrame from a file that skips all rows except 1 and 3.


Details

From the docs:

skiprows : list-like or integer or callable, default None

...

If callable, the callable function will be evaluated against the row indices, returning True if the row should be skipped and False otherwise. An example of a valid callable argument would be lambda x: x in [0, 2]

This feature works in version pandas 0.20.0+. See also the corresponding issue and a related post.

exception in initializer error in java when using Netbeans

You get an ExceptionInInitializerError if something goes wrong in the static initializer block.

class C
{
  static
  {
     // if something does wrong -> ExceptionInInitializerError
  }
}

Because static variables are initialized in static blocks there are a source of these errors too. An example:

class C
{
  static int v = D.foo();
}

=>

class C
{
  static int v;

  static
  {
    v = D.foo();
  }
}

So if foo() goes wild, you get a ExceptionInInitializerError.

How to send multiple data fields via Ajax?

Try to use :

$.ajax({
    type: "GET",
    url: "something.php",
    data: { "b": data1, "c": data2 },   
    dataType: "html",
    beforeSend: function() {},
    error: function() {
        alert("Error");
    },
    success: function(data) {                                                    
        $("#result").empty();
        $("#result").append(data);
    }
});

How to fetch all Git branches

To avoid the error message 'fatal: A branch named 'origin/master' already exists.', you may try my solution:

git branch -r | grep -v '\->'  | grep -v `git branch | awk '/\*/ { print $2; }'`| while read remote; do git branch --track "${remote#origin/}" "$remote"; done

Stored procedure with default parameters

I wrote with parameters that are predefined

They are not "predefined" logically, somewhere inside your code. But as arguments of SP they have no default values and are required. To avoid passing those params explicitly you have to define default values in SP definition:

Alter Procedure [Test]
    @StartDate AS varchar(6) = NULL, 
    @EndDate AS varchar(6) = NULL
AS
...

NULLs or empty strings or something more sensible - up to you. It does not matter since you are overwriting values of those arguments in the first lines of SP.

Now you can call it without passing any arguments e.g. exec dbo.TEST

How to disable Hyper-V in command line?

Open command prompt as admin and write :

bcdedit /set hypervisorlaunchtype off

How to get File Created Date and Modified Date

You can use this code to see the last modified date of a file.

DateTime dt = File.GetLastWriteTime(path);

And this code to see the creation time.

DateTime fileCreatedDate = File.GetCreationTime(@"C:\Example\MyTest.txt");

Warning: Cannot modify header information - headers already sent by ERROR

You are trying to send headers information after outputing content.

If you want to do this, look for output buffering.

Therefore, look to use ob_start();

What is the best method of handling currency/money?

If you are using Postgres (and since we're in 2017 now) you might want to give their :money column type a try.

add_column :products, :price, :money, default: 0

How to run shell script file using nodejs?

You can execute any shell command using the shelljs module

 const shell = require('shelljs')

 shell.exec('./path_to_your_file')

CSS Circular Cropping of Rectangle Image

The accepted answer probably works for some situations, but it depends on the ratio of the rectangle and any predetermined styles.

I use this method because it's more compatible than solutions only using object-fit:

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.image-cropper {
   width: 150px;
   height: 150px;
   position: relative;
   overflow: hidden;
   border-radius: 50%;
   border:2px solid #f00;
}

/* Common img styles in web dev environments */
img {
   height: auto;
   max-width: 100%;
}

/* Center image inside of parent */
img.center {
   position: absolute;
   top: 50%;
   left: 50%;
   transform: translate(-50%, -50%);
}

/* For horizontal rectangles */
img.horizontal {
   height: 100%;
   width: auto;
   max-width: 9999px; /* max-content fall back */
   max-width: max-content;
}
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<div class="image-cropper">
  <img src="https://via.placeholder.com/300x600" class="center" />
</div>

<div class="image-cropper">
  <img src="https://via.placeholder.com/600x300" class="horizontal center" />
</div>
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If you run the snippet you can see, for horizontal rectangles we add another class .horizontal.

We override max-width to allow the img to go larger than 100% of the width. This preserves the aspect ratio, preventing the image from stretching.

However, the image will not be centered and that's where the .centered class comes in. It uses a great centering trick to absolute position the image in the center both vertically and horizontally.

More information on the centering at CSS Tricks

More than likely you won't always know what ratio the image will be, so this is why I'd suggest using javascript to target the img and add the .horizontal class if needed.

Here is a stack overflow answer that would work

Read Post Data submitted to ASP.Net Form

if (!string.IsNullOrEmpty(Request.Form["username"])) { ... }

username is the name of the input on the submitting page. The password can be obtained the same way. If its not null or empty, it exists, then log in the user (I don't recall the exact steps for ASP.NET Membership, assuming that's what you're using).

Difference between e.target and e.currentTarget

e.currentTarget would always return the component onto which the event listener is added.

On the other hand, e.target can be the component itself or any direct child or grand child or grand-grand-child and so on who received the event. In other words, e.target returns the component which is on top in the Display List hierarchy and must be in the child hierarchy or the component itself.

One use can be when you have several Image in Canvas and you want to drag Images inside the component but Canvas. You can add a listener on Canvas and in that listener you can write the following code to make sure that Canvas wouldn't get dragged.

function dragImageOnly(e:MouseEvent):void
{
    if(e.target==e.currentTarget)
    {
        return;
     }
     else
     {
        Image(e.target).startDrag();
     }
}

How can I consume a WSDL (SOAP) web service in Python?

I periodically search for a satisfactory answer to this, but no luck so far. I use soapUI + requests + manual labour.

I gave up and used Java the last time I needed to do this, and simply gave up a few times the last time I wanted to do this, but it wasn't essential.

Having successfully used the requests library last year with Project Place's RESTful API, it occurred to me that maybe I could just hand-roll the SOAP requests I want to send in a similar way.

Turns out that's not too difficult, but it is time consuming and prone to error, especially if fields are inconsistently named (the one I'm currently working on today has 'jobId', JobId' and 'JobID'. I use soapUI to load the WSDL to make it easier to extract endpoints etc and perform some manual testing. So far I've been lucky not to have been affected by changes to any WSDL that I'm using.

Getting data from selected datagridview row and which event?

You should check your designer file. Open Form1.Designer.cs and
find this line: windows Form Designer Generated Code.
Expand this and you will see a lot of code. So check Whether this line is there inside datagridview1 controls if not place it.

this.dataGridView1.CellClick += new System.Windows.Forms.DataGridViewCellEventHandler(this.dataGridView1_CellClick); 

I hope it helps.

WHERE IS NULL, IS NOT NULL or NO WHERE clause depending on SQL Server parameter value

You could just do something like this:

SELECT *
FROM foo
WHERE (@param = 0 AND MyColumn IS NULL)
OR (@param = 1 AND MyColumn IS NOT NULL)
OR (@param = 2)

Something like that.

Convert java.util.Date to String

public static String formateDate(String dateString) {
    Date date;
    String formattedDate = "";
    try {
        date = new SimpleDateFormat("yyyy-MM-dd'T'HH:mm:ss",Locale.getDefault()).parse(dateString);
        formattedDate = new SimpleDateFormat("dd/MM/yyyy",Locale.getDefault()).format(date);
    } catch (ParseException e) {
        // TODO Auto-generated catch block
        e.printStackTrace();
    }

    return formattedDate;
}

What is the difference between 'git pull' and 'git fetch'?

It is important to contrast the design philosophy of git with the philosophy of a more traditional source control tool like SVN.

Subversion was designed and built with a client/server model. There is a single repository that is the server, and several clients can fetch code from the server, work on it, then commit it back to the server. The assumption is that the client can always contact the server when it needs to perform an operation.

Git was designed to support a more distributed model with no need for a central repository (though you can certainly use one if you like). Also git was designed so that the client and the "server" don't need to be online at the same time. Git was designed so that people on an unreliable link could exchange code via email, even. It is possible to work completely disconnected and burn a CD to exchange code via git.

In order to support this model git maintains a local repository with your code and also an additional local repository that mirrors the state of the remote repository. By keeping a copy of the remote repository locally, git can figure out the changes needed even when the remote repository is not reachable. Later when you need to send the changes to someone else, git can transfer them as a set of changes from a point in time known to the remote repository.

  • git fetch is the command that says "bring my local copy of the remote repository up to date."

  • git pull says "bring the changes in the remote repository to where I keep my own code."

Normally git pull does this by doing a git fetch to bring the local copy of the remote repository up to date, and then merging the changes into your own code repository and possibly your working copy.

The take away is to keep in mind that there are often at least three copies of a project on your workstation. One copy is your own repository with your own commit history. The second copy is your working copy where you are editing and building. The third copy is your local "cached" copy of a remote repository.

How do you log content of a JSON object in Node.js?

console.dir() is the most direct way.

How do I pass environment variables to Docker containers?

Using jq to convert the env to JSON:

env_as_json=`jq -c -n env`
docker run -e HOST_ENV="$env_as_json" <image>

this requires jq version 1.6 or newer

this pust the host env as json, essentially like so in Dockerfile:

ENV HOST_ENV  (all env from the host as json)

Check if string is in a pandas dataframe

I bumped into the same problem, I used:

if "Mel" in a["Names"].values:
    print("Yep")

But this solution may be slower since internally pandas create a list from a Series.

Google Play Services Missing in Emulator (Android 4.4.2)

http://developer.android.com/google/play-services/setup.html

Quoting docs

If you want to test your app on the emulator, expand the directory for Android 4.2.2 (API 17) or a higher version, select Google APIs, and install it. Then create a new AVD with Google APIs as the platform target.

Needs Emulator of Google API"S

See the target in the snap

Snap

enter image description here

I prefer testing on a real device which has google play services installed

How to disable Django's CSRF validation?

In setting.py in MIDDLEWARE you can simply remove/comment this line:

'django.middleware.csrf.CsrfViewMiddleware',

Can I have multiple Xcode versions installed?

Yes, you can install multiple versions of Xcode. They will install into separate directories. I've found that the best practice is to install the version that came with your Mac first and then install downloaded versions, but it probably doesn't make a big difference. See http://developer.apple.com/documentation/Xcode/Conceptual/XcodeCoexistence/Contents/Resources/en.lproj/Details/Details.html this Apple Developer Connection page for lots of details. <- Page does not exist anymore!

How to retrieve the last autoincremented ID from a SQLite table?

I've had issues with using SELECT last_insert_rowid() in a multithreaded environment. If another thread inserts into another table that has an autoinc, last_insert_rowid will return the autoinc value from the new table.

Here's where they state that in the doco:

If a separate thread performs a new INSERT on the same database connection while the sqlite3_last_insert_rowid() function is running and thus changes the last insert rowid, then the value returned by sqlite3_last_insert_rowid() is unpredictable and might not equal either the old or the new last insert rowid.

That's from sqlite.org doco

Removing empty rows of a data file in R

Alternative solution for rows of NAs using janitor package

myData %>% remove_empty("rows")

Android: How to programmatically access the device serial number shown in the AVD manager (API Version 8)

Build.SERIAL can be empty or sometimes return a different value (proof 1, proof 2) than what you can see in your device's settings.

If you want a more complete and robust solution, I've compiled every possible solution I could found in a single gist. Here's a simplified version of it :

public static String getSerialNumber() {
    String serialNumber;

    try {
        Class<?> c = Class.forName("android.os.SystemProperties");
        Method get = c.getMethod("get", String.class);

        serialNumber = (String) get.invoke(c, "gsm.sn1");
        if (serialNumber.equals(""))
            serialNumber = (String) get.invoke(c, "ril.serialnumber");
        if (serialNumber.equals(""))
            serialNumber = (String) get.invoke(c, "ro.serialno");
        if (serialNumber.equals(""))
            serialNumber = (String) get.invoke(c, "sys.serialnumber");
        if (serialNumber.equals(""))
            serialNumber = Build.SERIAL;

        // If none of the methods above worked
        if (serialNumber.equals(""))
            serialNumber = null;
    } catch (Exception e) {
        e.printStackTrace();
        serialNumber = null;
    }

    return serialNumber;
}

I try to update the gist regularly whenever I can test on a new device or Android version. Contributions are welcome too.