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'cannot open git-upload-pack' error in Eclipse when cloning or pushing git repository

I had a similar problem and a quick fix to your issue is to make sure that you set your JVM option in the eclipse.ini file to use jre7. Older Jre's come with an old local policy file and this will return errors. One quick note also is that you need to point to your javaw not java.

-vm c:\PROGRA~2\Java\jre745\bin\javaw.exe -vmargs -Xms40m -Xmx512m -XX:MaxPermSize=256m -Dsun.lang.ClassLoader.allowArraySyntax=true

Best way to parseDouble with comma as decimal separator?

Use java.text.NumberFormat:

NumberFormat format = NumberFormat.getInstance(Locale.FRANCE);
Number number = format.parse("1,234");
double d = number.doubleValue();

Updated:

To support multi-language apps use:

NumberFormat format = NumberFormat.getInstance(Locale.getDefault());

How to install OpenJDK 11 on Windows?

From the comment by @ZhekaKozlov: ojdkbuild has OpenJDK builds (currently 8 and 11) for Windows (zip and msi).

How to pass ArrayList<CustomeObject> from one activity to another?

You can pass an ArrayList<E> the same way, if the E type is Serializable.

You would call the putExtra (String name, Serializable value) of Intent to store, and getSerializableExtra (String name) for retrieval.

Example:

ArrayList<String> myList = new ArrayList<String>();
intent.putExtra("mylist", myList);

In the other Activity:

ArrayList<String> myList = (ArrayList<String>) getIntent().getSerializableExtra("mylist");

How to display two digits after decimal point in SQL Server

select cast(your_float_column as decimal(10,2))
from your_table

decimal(10,2) means you can have a decimal number with a maximal total precision of 10 digits. 2 of them after the decimal point and 8 before.
The biggest possible number would be 99999999.99

groovy.lang.MissingPropertyException: No such property: jenkins for class: groovy.lang.Binding

in my case I have used - (Hyphen) in my script name in case of Jenkinsfile Library. Got resolved after replacing Hyphen(-) with Underscore(_)

Difference between DataFrame, Dataset, and RDD in Spark

A DataFrame is equivalent to a table in RDBMS and can also be manipulated in similar ways to the "native" distributed collections in RDDs. Unlike RDDs, Dataframes keep track of the schema and support various relational operations that lead to more optimized execution. Each DataFrame object represents a logical plan but because of their "lazy" nature no execution occurs until the user calls a specific "output operation".

How do you select the entire excel sheet with Range using VBA?

Here is what I used, I know it could use some perfecting, but I think it will help others...

''STYLING''

Dim sheet As Range

' Find Number of rows used
Dim Final As Variant
    Final = Range("A1").End(xlDown).Row

' Find Last Column
Dim lCol As Long
    lCol = Cells(1, Columns.Count).End(xlToLeft).Column

Set sheet = ActiveWorkbook.ActiveSheet.Range("A" & Final & "", Cells(1, lCol ))
With sheet
    .Interior.ColorIndex = 1
End With

How can I calculate the difference between two dates?

If you want all the units, not just the biggest one, use one of these 2 methods (based on @Ankish's answer):

Example output: 28 D | 23 H | 59 M | 59 S

+ (NSString *) remaningTime:(NSDate *)startDate endDate:(NSDate *)endDate
{
    NSCalendarUnit units = NSCalendarUnitDay | NSCalendarUnitHour | NSCalendarUnitMinute | NSCalendarUnitSecond;
    NSDateComponents *components = [[NSCalendar currentCalendar] components:units fromDate: startDate toDate: endDate options: 0];
    return [NSString stringWithFormat:@"%ti D | %ti H | %ti M | %ti S", [components day], [components hour], [components minute], [components second]];
}

+ (NSString *) timeFromNowUntil:(NSDate *)endDate
{
    return [self remaningTime:[NSDate date] endDate:endDate];
}

Failed to auto-configure a DataSource: 'spring.datasource.url' is not specified

your dependency based on data is trying to find their respective entities which one has not been created, comments the dependencies based on data and runs the app again.

<!-- <dependency> -->
        <!-- <groupId>org.springframework.boot</groupId> -->
        <!-- <artifactId>spring-boot-starter-data-jpa</artifactId> -->
        <!-- </dependency> -->

Effects of the extern keyword on C functions

The extern keyword informs the compiler that the function or variable has external linkage - in other words, that it is visible from files other than the one in which it is defined. In this sense it has the opposite meaning to the static keyword. It is a bit weird to put extern at the time of the definition, since no other files would have visibility of the definition (or it would result in multiple definitions). Normally you put extern in a declaration at some point with external visibility (such as a header file) and put the definition elsewhere.

Deleting folders in python recursively

For Linux users, you can simply run the shell command in a pythonic way

import os
os.system("rm -r /home/user/folder1  /home/user/folder2  ...")

If facing any issue then instead of rm -r use rm -rf but remember f will delete the directory forcefully.

Where rm stands for remove, -r for recursively and -rf for recursively + forcefully.

Note: It doesn't matter either the directories are empty or not, they'll get deleted.

System.Windows.Markup.XamlParseException' occurred in PresentationFramework.dll?

UPDATE: this is not the solution but it's a workaround for a problem that can cause the exception presented in the question.

I've solved changing from Release Configuration to Debug Configuration.

Reload parent window from child window

No jQuery is necessary in this situation.

window.opener.location.reload(false);

https://developer.mozilla.org/en-US/docs/Web/API/Window

How to find a min/max with Ruby

All those results generate garbage in a zealous attempt to handle more than two arguments. I'd be curious to see how they perform compared to good 'ol:

def max (a,b)
  a>b ? a : b
end

which is, by-the-way, my official answer to your question.

How can I get the application's path in a .NET console application?

You can create a folder name as Resources within the project using Solution Explorer,then you can paste a file within the Resources.

private void Form1_Load(object sender, EventArgs e) {
    string appName = Environment.CurrentDirectory;
    int l = appName.Length;
    int h = appName.LastIndexOf("bin");
    string ll = appName.Remove(h);                
    string g = ll + "Resources\\sample.txt";
    System.Diagnostics.Process.Start(g);
}

What is the difference between tree depth and height?

Simple Answer:
Depth:
1. Tree: Number of edges/arc from the root node to the leaf node of the tree is called as the Depth of the Tree.
2. Node: Number of edges/arc from the root node to that node is called as the Depth of that node.

mySQL :: insert into table, data from another table?

for whole row

insert into xyz select * from xyz2 where id="1";

for selected column

insert into xyz(t_id,v_id,f_name) select t_id,v_id,f_name from xyz2 where id="1";

How to export table as CSV with headings on Postgresql?

COPY products_273 TO '/tmp/products_199.csv' WITH (FORMAT CSV, HEADER);

as described in the manual.

Images can't contain alpha channels or transparencies

For this i made a new simple tool. You can remove alpha channel (transparency) of multiple .png files within seconds.

Alpha Channel Remover

You can download from here http://alphachannelremover.blogspot.com

iOS: Compare two dates

After searching stackoverflow and the web a lot, I've got to conclution that the best way of doing it is like this:

- (BOOL)isEndDateIsSmallerThanCurrent:(NSDate *)checkEndDate
{
    NSDate* enddate = checkEndDate;
    NSDate* currentdate = [NSDate date];
    NSTimeInterval distanceBetweenDates = [enddate timeIntervalSinceDate:currentdate];
    double secondsInMinute = 60;
    NSInteger secondsBetweenDates = distanceBetweenDates / secondsInMinute;

    if (secondsBetweenDates == 0)
        return YES;
    else if (secondsBetweenDates < 0)
        return YES;
    else
        return NO;
}

You can change it to difference between hours also.

Enjoy!


Edit 1

If you want to compare date with format of dd/MM/yyyy only, you need to add below lines between NSDate* currentdate = [NSDate date]; && NSTimeInterval distance

NSDateFormatter *dateFormatter = [[NSDateFormatter alloc] init];
[dateFormatter setDateFormat:@"dd/MM/yyyy"];
[dateFormatter setLocale:[[[NSLocale alloc] initWithLocaleIdentifier:@"en_US"]
                          autorelease]];

NSString *stringDate = [dateFormatter stringFromDate:[NSDate date]];

currentdate = [dateFormatter dateFromString:stringDate];

How to round each item in a list of floats to 2 decimal places?

"%.2f" does not return a clean float. It returns a string representing this float with two decimals.

my_list = [0.30000000000000004, 0.5, 0.20000000000000001]
my_formatted_list = [ '%.2f' % elem for elem in my_list ]

returns:

['0.30', '0.50', '0.20']

Also, don't call your variable list. This is a reserved word for list creation. Use some other name, for example my_list.

If you want to obtain [0.30, 0.5, 0.20] (or at least the floats that are the closest possible), you can try this:

my_rounded_list = [ round(elem, 2) for elem in my_list ]

returns:

[0.29999999999999999, 0.5, 0.20000000000000001]

Android Studio: Unable to start the daemon process

Some ways of troubleshooting the Gradle daemon:

  • If you have a problem with your build, try temporarily disabling the daemon (you can pass the command line switch --no-daemon).
  • Occasionally, you may want to stop the daemons either via the --stop command line option or in a more forceful way.
  • There is a daemon log file, which by default is located in the Gradle user home directory.
  • You may want to start the daemon in --foreground mode to observe how the build is executed.

How to make links in a TextView clickable?

i used this simply

Linkify.addLinks(TextView, Linkify.ALL);

makes the links clickable given here

Node.js: Gzip compression?

Although you can gzip using a reverse proxy such as nginx, lighttpd or in varnish. It can be beneficial to have most http optimisations such as gzipping at the application level so that you can have a much granular approach on what asset's to gzip.

I have actually created my own gzip module for expressjs / connect called gzippo https://github.com/tomgco/gzippo although new it does do the job. Plus it uses node-compress instead of spawning the unix gzip command.

Using the Jersey client to do a POST operation

Simplest:

Form form = new Form();
form.add("id", "1");    
form.add("name", "supercobra");
ClientResponse response = webResource
  .type(MediaType.APPLICATION_FORM_URLENCODED_TYPE)
  .post(ClientResponse.class, form);

How can I get the active screen dimensions?

Screen.FromControl, Screen.FromPoint and Screen.FromRectangle should help you with this. For example in WinForms it would be:

class MyForm : Form
{
  public Rectangle GetScreen()
  {
    return Screen.FromControl(this).Bounds;
  }
}

I don't know of an equivalent call for WPF. Therefore, you need to do something like this extension method.

static class ExtensionsForWPF
{
  public static System.Windows.Forms.Screen GetScreen(this Window window)
  {
    return System.Windows.Forms.Screen.FromHandle(new WindowInteropHelper(window).Handle);
  }
}

What is the preferred syntax for defining enums in JavaScript?

This isn't much of an answer, but I'd say that works just fine, personally

Having said that, since it doesn't matter what the values are (you've used 0, 1, 2), I'd use a meaningful string in case you ever wanted to output the current value.

Send Email Intent

Intent emailIntent = new Intent(Intent.ACTION_SENDTO, Uri.fromParts("mailto", email, null));
if (emailIntent.resolveActivity(context.getPackageManager()) != null) {
    context.startActivity(Intent.createChooser(emailIntent, "Send Email..."));
} else {
    Toast.makeText(context, "No apps can perform this action.", Toast.LENGTH_SHORT).show();
}

Cloning specific branch

You can use the following flags --single-branch && --depth to download the specific branch and to limit the amount of history which will be downloaded.

You will clone the repo from a certain point in time and only for the given branch

git clone -b <branch> --single-branch <url> --depth <number of commits>

--[no-]single-branch


Clone only the history leading to the tip of a single branch, either specified by the --branch option or the primary branch remote’s HEAD points at.

Further fetches into the resulting repository will only update the remote-tracking branch for the branch this option was used for the initial cloning. If the HEAD at the remote did not point at any branch when --single-branch clone was made, no remote-tracking branch is created.


--depth

Create a shallow clone with a history truncated to the specified number of commits

create a text file using javascript

Try this:

<SCRIPT LANGUAGE="JavaScript">
 function WriteToFile(passForm) {

    set fso = CreateObject("Scripting.FileSystemObject");  
    set s = fso.CreateTextFile("C:\test.txt", True);
    s.writeline("HI");
    s.writeline("Bye");
    s.writeline("-----------------------------");
    s.Close();
 }
  </SCRIPT>

</head>

<body>
<p>To sign up for the Excel workshop please fill out the form below:
</p>
<form onSubmit="WriteToFile(this)">
Type your first name:
<input type="text" name="FirstName" size="20">
<br>Type your last name:
<input type="text" name="LastName" size="20">
<br>
<input type="submit" value="submit">
</form> 

This will work only on IE

How to put sshpass command inside a bash script?

1 - You can script sshpass's ssh command like this:

#!/bin/bash

export SSHPASS=password
sshpass -e ssh -oBatchMode=no user@host

2 - You can script sshpass's sftp commandlike this:

#!/bin/bash

export SSHPASS=password

sshpass -e sftp -oBatchMode=no -b - user@host << !
   put someFile
   get anotherFile
   bye
!

How to use the CSV MIME-type?

You could try to force the browser to open a "Save As..." dialog by doing something like:

header('Content-type: text/csv');
header('Content-disposition: attachment;filename=MyVerySpecial.csv');
echo "cell 1, cell 2";

Which should work across most major browsers.

HTML Button Close Window

I know this thread has been answered, but another solution that may be useful for some, particularly to those with multiple pages where they want to have this button, is to give the input an id and place the code in a JavaScript file. You can then place the code for the button on multiple pages, taking up less space in your code.

For the button:

    <input type="button" id="cancel_edit" value="Cancel"></input>

in the JavaScript file:

    $("#cancel_edit").click(function(){
        window.open('','_parent',''); 
        window.close(); 
    });

angularjs make a simple countdown

The way I did , it works!

  • *angular version 1.5.8 and above.

Angular code

_x000D_
_x000D_
var app = angular.module('counter', []);_x000D_
_x000D_
app.controller('MainCtrl', function($scope, $interval) {_x000D_
  var decreamentCountdown = function() {_x000D_
    $scope.countdown -= 1;_x000D_
    if ($scope.countdown < 1) {_x000D_
      $scope.message = "timed out";_x000D_
    }_x000D_
  };_x000D_
  var startCountDown = function() {_x000D_
    $interval(decreamentCountdown, 1000, $scope.countdown)_x000D_
  };_x000D_
  $scope.countdown = 100;_x000D_
  startCountDown();_x000D_
});
_x000D_
<script src="https://cdnjs.cloudflare.com/ajax/libs/angular.js/1.6.10/angular.min.js"></script>_x000D_
_x000D_
_x000D_
_x000D_
<body ng-app="counter" ng-controller="MainCtrl">_x000D_
  {{countdown}} {{message}}_x000D_
</body>
_x000D_
_x000D_
_x000D_

How to compare values which may both be null in T-SQL

IF EXISTS(SELECT * FROM MY_TABLE WHERE 
            (MY_FIELD1 = @IN_MY_FIELD1 
                     or (MY_FIELD1 IS NULL and @IN_MY_FIELD1 is NULL))  AND
            (MY_FIELD2 = @IN_MY_FIELD2 
                     or (MY_FIELD2 IS NULL and @IN_MY_FIELD2 is NULL))  AND
            (MY_FIELD3 = @IN_MY_FIELD3 
                     or (MY_FIELD3 IS NULL and @IN_MY_FIELD3 is NULL))  AND
            (MY_FIELD4 = @IN_MY_FIELD4 
                     or (MY_FIELD4 IS NULL and @IN_MY_FIELD4 is NULL))  AND
            (MY_FIELD5 = @IN_MY_FIELD5 
                     or (MY_FIELD5 IS NULL and @IN_MY_FIELD5 is NULL))  AND
            (MY_FIELD6 = @IN_MY_FIELD6
                     or (MY_FIELD6 IS NULL and @IN_MY_FIELD6 is NULL)))
            BEGIN
                    goto on_duplicate
            END

Wordy As compared to the IFNULL/COALESCE solution. But will work without having to think about what value will not appear in the data that can be used as the stand in for NULL.

How to check if datetime happens to be Saturday or Sunday in SQL Server 2008

Attention: The other answers only work on SQL Servers with English configuration! Use SET DATEFIRST 7 to ensure DATEPART(DW, ...) returns 1 for Sunday and 7 for Saturday.

Here's a version that is independent of the local setting and does not require to use :

CREATE FUNCTION [dbo].[fct_IsDateWeekend] ( @date DATETIME )
RETURNS BIT
AS
BEGIN
    RETURN CASE WHEN DATEPART(DW, @date + @@DATEFIRST - 1) > 5  THEN 1 ELSE 0 END;
END;

If you don't want to use the function, simply use this in your SELECT statement:

CASE WHEN DATEPART(DW, YourDateTime + @@DATEFIRST - 1) > 5  THEN 'Weekend' ELSE 'Weekday' END

how to call javascript function in html.actionlink in asp.net mvc?

you need to use the htmlAttributes anonymous object, like this:

<%= Html.ActionLink("linky", "action", "controller", new { onclick = "someFunction();"}) %>

you could also give it an id an attach to it with jquery/whatever, like this:

<%= Html.ActionLink("linky", "action", "controller", new { id = "myLink" }) %>


$('#myLink').click(function() { /* bla */ });

How to call Stored Procedures with EntityFramework?

You have use the SqlQuery function and indicate the entity to mapping the result.

I send an example as to perform this:

var oficio= new SqlParameter
{
    ParameterName = "pOficio",
    Value = "0001"
};

using (var dc = new PCMContext())
{
    return dc.Database
             .SqlQuery<ProyectoReporte>("exec SP_GET_REPORTE @pOficio",
                                        oficio)
             .ToList();
}

JPA With Hibernate Error: [PersistenceUnit: JPA] Unable to build EntityManagerFactory

It worked for me after adding the following dependency in pom,

<dependency>
 <groupId>org.hibernate</groupId>
 <artifactId>hibernate-validator</artifactId>
 <version>4.3.0.Final</version>
</dependency>

Android Overriding onBackPressed()

Best and most generic way to control the music is to create a mother Activity in which you override startActivity(Intent intent) - in it you put shouldPlay=true, and onBackPressed() - in it you put shouldPlay = true. onStop - in it you put a conditional mediaPlayer.stop with shouldPlay as condition

Then, just extend the mother activity to all other activities, and no code duplicating is needed.

How to simplify a null-safe compareTo() implementation?

I would implement a null safe comparator. There may be an implementation out there, but this is so straightforward to implement that I've always rolled my own.

Note: Your comparator above, if both names are null, won't even compare the value fields. I don't think this is what you want.

I would implement this with something like the following:

// primarily by name, secondarily by value; null-safe; case-insensitive
public int compareTo(final Metadata other) {

    if (other == null) {
        throw new NullPointerException();
    }

    int result = nullSafeStringComparator(this.name, other.name);
    if (result != 0) {
        return result;
    }

    return nullSafeStringComparator(this.value, other.value);
}

public static int nullSafeStringComparator(final String one, final String two) {
    if (one == null ^ two == null) {
        return (one == null) ? -1 : 1;
    }

    if (one == null && two == null) {
        return 0;
    }

    return one.compareToIgnoreCase(two);
}

EDIT: Fixed typos in code sample. That's what I get for not testing it first!

EDIT: Promoted nullSafeStringComparator to static.

Docker Compose wait for container X before starting Y

you can also just add it to the command option eg.

command: bash -c "sleep 5; start.sh"

https://github.com/docker/compose/issues/374#issuecomment-156546513

to wait on a port you can also use something like this

command: bash -c "while ! curl -s rabbitmq:5672 > /dev/null; do echo waiting for xxx; sleep 3; done; start.sh"

to increment the waiting time you can hack a bit more:

command: bash -c "for i in {1..100} ; do if ! curl -s rabbitmq:5672 > /dev/null ; then echo waiting on rabbitmq for $i seconds; sleep $i; fi; done; start.sh"

Open a Web Page in a Windows Batch FIle

When you use the start command to a website it will use the default browser by default but if you want to use a specific browser then use start iexplorer.exe www.website.com

Also you cannot have http:// in the url.

Simple jQuery, PHP and JSONP example?

To make the server respond with a valid JSONP array, wrap the JSON in brackets () and preprend the callback:

echo $_GET['callback']."([{'fullname' : 'Jeff Hansen'}])";

Using json_encode() will convert a native PHP array into JSON:

$array = array(
    'fullname' => 'Jeff Hansen',
    'address' => 'somewhere no.3'
);
echo $_GET['callback']."(".json_encode($array).")";

How to get file size in Java

Try this:

long length = f.length();

How to output to the console in C++/Windows

Whether to use subsystem:console or subsystem:windows kind of depends on whether how you want to start your application:

  • If you use subsystem:console, then you get all of the stdout written to the terminal. The trouble is that if you start the application from the Start Menu/Desktop, you (by default) get a console appearing as well as the application window (which can look pretty ugly).
  • If you use subsystem:windows, you won't get stdout/stderr even if you run the application from a DOS window, Cygwin, or other terminal.

If you want the middle way which is to output to the terminal IF the application was started in a terminal, then follow the link that Luke provided in his solution (http://dslweb.nwnexus.com/~ast/dload/guicon.htm)

For reference, I ran into this problem with an application that I want to run in either normal Windows mode or batch mode (that is, as part of a script) depending on command-line switches. The whole differentiation between console and Windows applications is a bit bizarre to Unix folks!

Check if list contains element that contains a string and get that element

You could use Linq's FirstOrDefault extension method:

string element = myList.FirstOrDefault(s => s.Contains(myString));

This will return the fist element that contains the substring myString, or null if no such element is found.

If all you need is the index, use the List<T> class's FindIndex method:

int index = myList.FindIndex(s => s.Contains(myString));

This will return the the index of fist element that contains the substring myString, or -1 if no such element is found.

How to remove error about glyphicons-halflings-regular.woff2 not found

This problem happens because IIS does not find the actual location of woff2 file mime types. Set URL of font-face properly, also keep font-family as glyphicons-halflings-regular in your CSS file as shown below.

@font-face {
font-family: 'glyphicons-halflings-regular'; 
src: url('../../../fonts/glyphicons-halflings-regular.woff2') format('woff2');}

How to check if a variable is not null?

  • code inside your if(myVar) { code } will be NOT executed only when myVar is equal to: false, 0, "", null, undefined, NaN or you never defined variable myVar (then additionally code stop execution and throw exception).
  • code inside your if(myVar !== null) {code} will be NOT executed only when myVar is equal to null or you never defined it (throws exception).

Here you have all (src)

if

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== (its negation !=)

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=== (its negation !==)

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Python 101: Can't open file: No such file or directory

Try uninstalling Python and then install it again, but this time make sure that the option Add Python to Path is marked as checked during the installation process.

Error: The 'brew link' step did not complete successfully

Had been wrecking my head on symlinking node .. and nothing seemed to work...but finally what worked is setting the right permissions . This 'sudo chown -R $(whoami) /usr/local' did the work for me.

How can I format the output of a bash command in neat columns

While awk's printf can be used, you may want to look into pr or (on BSDish systems) rs for formatting.

How do I read a file line by line in VB Script?

If anyone like me is searching to read only a specific line, example only line 18 here is the code:

filename = "C:\log.log"

Set fso = CreateObject("Scripting.FileSystemObject")
Set f = fso.OpenTextFile(filename)

For i = 1 to 17
    f.ReadLine
Next

strLine = f.ReadLine
Wscript.Echo strLine

f.Close

How to download fetch response in react as file

I managed to download the file generated by the rest API URL much easier with this kind of code which worked just fine on my local:

    import React, {Component} from "react";
    import {saveAs} from "file-saver";

    class MyForm extends Component {

    constructor(props) {
        super(props);
        this.handleSubmit = this.handleSubmit.bind(this);
    }

    handleSubmit(event) {
        event.preventDefault();
        const form = event.target;
        let queryParam = buildQueryParams(form.elements);

        let url = 'http://localhost:8080/...whatever?' + queryParam;

        fetch(url, {
            method: 'GET',
            headers: {
                // whatever
            },
        })
            .then(function (response) {
                    return response.blob();
                }
            )
            .then(function(blob) {
                saveAs(blob, "yourFilename.xlsx");
            })
            .catch(error => {
                //whatever
            })
    }

    render() {
        return (
            <form onSubmit={this.handleSubmit} id="whateverFormId">
                <table>
                    <tbody>
                    <tr>
                        <td>
                            <input type="text" key="myText" name="myText" id="myText"/>
                        </td>
                        <td><input key="startDate" name="from" id="startDate" type="date"/></td>
                        <td><input key="endDate" name="to" id="endDate" type="date"/></td>
                    </tr>
                    <tr>
                        <td colSpan="3" align="right">
                            <button>Export</button>
                        </td>
                    </tr>

                    </tbody>
                </table>
            </form>
        );
    }
}

function buildQueryParams(formElements) {
    let queryParam = "";

    //do code here
    
    return queryParam;
}

export default MyForm;

Convert month name to month number in SQL Server

select  Convert(datetime, '01 ' +  Replace('OCT-12', '-', ' '),6)

No provider for Http StaticInjectorError

Add these two file in your app.module.ts

import { FileTransfer } from '@ionic-native/file-transfer';
import { File } from '@ionic-native/file';

after that declare these to in provider..

providers: [
    Api,
    Items,
    User,
    Camera,
    File,
    FileTransfer];

This is work for me.

How to set delay in android?

Handler answer in Kotlin :

1 - Create a top-level function inside a file (for example a file that contains all your top-level functions) :

fun delayFunction(function: ()-> Unit, delay: Long) {
    Handler().postDelayed(function, delay)
}

2 - Then call it anywhere you needed it :

delayFunction({ myDelayedFunction() }, 300)

Sending email with attachments from C#, attachments arrive as Part 1.2 in Thunderbird

Use this method it under your email service it can attach any email body and attachments to Microsoft outlook

using Outlook = Microsoft.Office.Interop.Outlook; // Reference Microsoft.Office.Interop.Outlook from local or nuget if you will user a build agent later

 try {
                    var officeType = Type.GetTypeFromProgID("Outlook.Application");
    
                    if(officeType == null) {//outlook is not installed
                        return new PdfErrorResponse {
                            ErrorMessage = "System cant start Outlook!, make sure outlook is installed on your computer."
                        };
                    } else {
                        // Outlook is installed.    
                        // Continue your work.
                        Outlook.Application objApp = new Outlook.Application();
                        Outlook.MailItem mail = null;
                        mail = (Outlook.MailItem)objApp.CreateItem(Outlook.OlItemType.olMailItem);
                        //The CreateItem method returns an object which has to be typecast to MailItem 
                        //before using it.
                        mail.Attachments.Add(attachmentFilePath,Outlook.OlAttachmentType.olEmbeddeditem,1,$"Attachment{ordernumber}");
                        //The parameters are explained below
                        mail.To = recipientEmailAddress;
                        //mail.CC = "[email protected]";//All the mail lists have to be separated by the ';'
    
                        //To send email:
                        //mail.Send();
                        //To show email window
                        await Task.Run(() => mail.Display());
                    }
    
                } catch(System.Exception) {
                    return new PdfErrorResponse {
                        ErrorMessage = "System cant start Outlook!, make sure outlook is installed on your computer."
                    };
                }

Java better way to delete file if exists

file.delete();

if the file doesn't exist, it will return false.

VBA Excel 2-Dimensional Arrays

You need ReDim:

m = 5
n = 8
Dim my_array()
ReDim my_array(1 To m, 1 To n)
For i = 1 To m
  For j = 1 To n
    my_array(i, j) = i * j
  Next
Next

For i = 1 To m
  For j = 1 To n
    Cells(i, j) = my_array(i, j)
  Next
Next

As others have pointed out, your actual problem would be better solved with ranges. You could try something like this:

Dim r1 As Range
Dim r2 As Range
Dim ws1 As Worksheet
Dim ws2 As Worksheet

Set ws1 = Worksheets("Sheet1")
Set ws2 = Worksheets("Sheet2")
totalRow = ws1.Range("A1").End(xlDown).Row
totalCol = ws1.Range("A1").End(xlToRight).Column

Set r1 = ws1.Range(ws1.Cells(1, 1), ws1.Cells(totalRow, totalCol))
Set r2 = ws2.Range(ws2.Cells(1, 1), ws2.Cells(totalRow, totalCol))
r2.Value = r1.Value

How to run function in AngularJS controller on document ready?

Angular initializes automatically upon DOMContentLoaded event or when the angular.js script is evaluated if at that time document.readyState is set to 'complete'. At this point Angular looks for the ng-app directive which designates your application root.

https://docs.angularjs.org/guide/bootstrap

This means that the controller code will run after the DOM is ready.

Thus it's just $scope.init().

SELECT inside a COUNT

You don't really need a sub-select:

SELECT a, COUNT(*) AS b,
   SUM( CASE WHEN c = 'const' THEN 1 ELSE 0 END ) as d,
   from t group by a order by b desc

Eloquent Collection: Counting and Detect Empty

There are several methods given in Laravel for checking results count/check empty/not empty:

$result->isNotEmpty(); // True if result is not empty.
$result->isEmpty(); // True if result is empty.
$result->count(); // Return count of records in result.

How to format dateTime in django template?

{{ wpis.entry.lastChangeDate|date:"SHORT_DATETIME_FORMAT" }}

How change List<T> data to IQueryable<T> data

var list = new List<string>();
var queryable = list.AsQueryable();

Add a reference to: System.Linq

How can I check if a directory exists?

You might use stat() and pass it the address of a struct stat, then check its member st_mode for having S_IFDIR set.

#include <stdio.h>
#include <sys/types.h>
#include <sys/stat.h>
#include <unistd.h>

...

char d[] = "mydir";

struct stat s = {0};

if (!stat(d, &s))
  printf("'%s' is %sa directory.\n", d, (s.st_mode & S_IFDIR)  : "" ? "not ");
  // (s.st_mode & S_IFDIR) can be replaced with S_ISDIR(s.st_mode)
else
  perror("stat()");

set environment variable in python script

bash:

LD_LIBRARY_PATH=my_path
sqsub -np $1 /path/to/executable

Similar, in Python:

import os
import subprocess
import sys

os.environ['LD_LIBRARY_PATH'] = "my_path" # visible in this process + all children
subprocess.check_call(['sqsub', '-np', sys.argv[1], '/path/to/executable'],
                      env=dict(os.environ, SQSUB_VAR="visible in this subprocess"))

Java, How to get number of messages in a topic in apache kafka

The only way that comes to mind for this from a consumer point of view is to actually consume the messages and count them then.

The Kafka broker exposes JMX counters for number of messages received since start-up but you cannot know how many of them have been purged already.

In most common scenarios, messages in Kafka is best seen as an infinite stream and getting a discrete value of how many that is currently being kept on disk is not relevant. Furthermore things get more complicated when dealing with a cluster of brokers which all have a subset of the messages in a topic.

How to read .pem file to get private and public key

I think in your private key definition, You should replace:

X509EncodedKeySpec spec = new X509EncodedKeySpec(decoded);

with:

PKCS8EncodedKeySpec spec = new PKCS8EncodedKeySpec(decoded);

Look your openssl command:

$openssl **pkcs8** -topk8 -inform PEM -outform PEM -in mykey.pem \ -out private_key.pem -nocrypt

And the java Exception:

Only PCKS8 codification 

Regex - how to match everything except a particular pattern

pattern - re

str.split(/re/g) 

will return everything except the pattern.

Test here

Convert a string date into datetime in Oracle

You can use a cast to char to see the date results

_x000D_
_x000D_
 select to_char(to_date('17-MAR-17 06.04.54','dd-MON-yy hh24:mi:ss'), 'mm/dd/yyyy hh24:mi:ss') from dual;
_x000D_
_x000D_
_x000D_

How to sort an array in descending order in Ruby

It's always enlightening to do a benchmark on the various suggested answers. Here's what I found out:

#!/usr/bin/ruby

require 'benchmark'

ary = []
1000.times { 
  ary << {:bar => rand(1000)} 
}

n = 500
Benchmark.bm(20) do |x|
  x.report("sort")               { n.times { ary.sort{ |a,b| b[:bar] <=> a[:bar] } } }
  x.report("sort reverse")       { n.times { ary.sort{ |a,b| a[:bar] <=> b[:bar] }.reverse } }
  x.report("sort_by -a[:bar]")   { n.times { ary.sort_by{ |a| -a[:bar] } } }
  x.report("sort_by a[:bar]*-1") { n.times { ary.sort_by{ |a| a[:bar]*-1 } } }
  x.report("sort_by.reverse!")   { n.times { ary.sort_by{ |a| a[:bar] }.reverse } }
end

                          user     system      total        real
sort                  3.960000   0.010000   3.970000 (  3.990886)
sort reverse          4.040000   0.000000   4.040000 (  4.038849)
sort_by -a[:bar]      0.690000   0.000000   0.690000 (  0.692080)
sort_by a[:bar]*-1    0.700000   0.000000   0.700000 (  0.699735)
sort_by.reverse!      0.650000   0.000000   0.650000 (  0.654447)

I think it's interesting that @Pablo's sort_by{...}.reverse! is fastest. Before running the test I thought it would be slower than "-a[:bar]" but negating the value turns out to take longer than it does to reverse the entire array in one pass. It's not much of a difference, but every little speed-up helps.


Please note that these results are different in Ruby 1.9

Here are results for Ruby 1.9.3p194 (2012-04-20 revision 35410) [x86_64-darwin10.8.0]:

                           user     system      total        real
sort                   1.340000   0.010000   1.350000 (  1.346331)
sort reverse           1.300000   0.000000   1.300000 (  1.310446)
sort_by -a[:bar]       0.430000   0.000000   0.430000 (  0.429606)
sort_by a[:bar]*-1     0.420000   0.000000   0.420000 (  0.414383)
sort_by.reverse!       0.400000   0.000000   0.400000 (  0.401275)

These are on an old MacBook Pro. Newer, or faster machines, will have lower values, but the relative differences will remain.


Here's a bit updated version on newer hardware and the 2.1.1 version of Ruby:

#!/usr/bin/ruby

require 'benchmark'

puts "Running Ruby #{RUBY_VERSION}"

ary = []
1000.times {
  ary << {:bar => rand(1000)}
}

n = 500

puts "n=#{n}"
Benchmark.bm(20) do |x|
  x.report("sort")               { n.times { ary.dup.sort{ |a,b| b[:bar] <=> a[:bar] } } }
  x.report("sort reverse")       { n.times { ary.dup.sort{ |a,b| a[:bar] <=> b[:bar] }.reverse } }
  x.report("sort_by -a[:bar]")   { n.times { ary.dup.sort_by{ |a| -a[:bar] } } }
  x.report("sort_by a[:bar]*-1") { n.times { ary.dup.sort_by{ |a| a[:bar]*-1 } } }
  x.report("sort_by.reverse")    { n.times { ary.dup.sort_by{ |a| a[:bar] }.reverse } }
  x.report("sort_by.reverse!")   { n.times { ary.dup.sort_by{ |a| a[:bar] }.reverse! } }
end

# >> Running Ruby 2.1.1
# >> n=500
# >>                            user     system      total        real
# >> sort                   0.670000   0.000000   0.670000 (  0.667754)
# >> sort reverse           0.650000   0.000000   0.650000 (  0.655582)
# >> sort_by -a[:bar]       0.260000   0.010000   0.270000 (  0.255919)
# >> sort_by a[:bar]*-1     0.250000   0.000000   0.250000 (  0.258924)
# >> sort_by.reverse        0.250000   0.000000   0.250000 (  0.245179)
# >> sort_by.reverse!       0.240000   0.000000   0.240000 (  0.242340)

New results running the above code using Ruby 2.2.1 on a more recent Macbook Pro. Again, the exact numbers aren't important, it's their relationships:

Running Ruby 2.2.1
n=500
                           user     system      total        real
sort                   0.650000   0.000000   0.650000 (  0.653191)
sort reverse           0.650000   0.000000   0.650000 (  0.648761)
sort_by -a[:bar]       0.240000   0.010000   0.250000 (  0.245193)
sort_by a[:bar]*-1     0.240000   0.000000   0.240000 (  0.240541)
sort_by.reverse        0.230000   0.000000   0.230000 (  0.228571)
sort_by.reverse!       0.230000   0.000000   0.230000 (  0.230040)

Updated for Ruby 2.7.1 on a Mid-2015 MacBook Pro:

Running Ruby 2.7.1
n=500     
                           user     system      total        real
sort                   0.494707   0.003662   0.498369 (  0.501064)
sort reverse           0.480181   0.005186   0.485367 (  0.487972)
sort_by -a[:bar]       0.121521   0.003781   0.125302 (  0.126557)
sort_by a[:bar]*-1     0.115097   0.003931   0.119028 (  0.122991)
sort_by.reverse        0.110459   0.003414   0.113873 (  0.114443)
sort_by.reverse!       0.108997   0.001631   0.110628 (  0.111532)

...the reverse method doesn't actually return a reversed array - it returns an enumerator that just starts at the end and works backwards.

The source for Array#reverse is:

               static VALUE
rb_ary_reverse_m(VALUE ary)
{
    long len = RARRAY_LEN(ary);
    VALUE dup = rb_ary_new2(len);

    if (len > 0) {
        const VALUE *p1 = RARRAY_CONST_PTR_TRANSIENT(ary);
        VALUE *p2 = (VALUE *)RARRAY_CONST_PTR_TRANSIENT(dup) + len - 1;
        do *p2-- = *p1++; while (--len > 0);
    }
    ARY_SET_LEN(dup, RARRAY_LEN(ary));
    return dup;
}

do *p2-- = *p1++; while (--len > 0); is copying the pointers to the elements in reverse order if I remember my C correctly, so the array is reversed.

How to insert &nbsp; in XSLT

You might want to add the definition for this entity in the beginning of the file (below xml declaration):

<!DOCTYPE stylesheet [
<!ENTITY nbsp  "&#160;" >
]>

Also you can add more entities such as Ntilde, Aacute, etc.

What are alternatives to ExtJS?

Nothing compares to in terms of community size and presence on StackOverflow. Despite previous controversy, Ext JS now has a GPLv3 open source license. Its learning curve is long, but it can be quite rewarding once learned. Ext JS lacks a Material Design theme, and the team has repeatedly refused to release the source code on GitHub. For mobile, one must use the separate Sencha Touch library.

Have in mind also that,

large JavaScript libraries, such as YUI, have been receiving less attention from the community. Many developers today look at large JavaScript libraries as walled gardens they don’t want to be locked into.

-- Announcement of YUI development being ceased

That said, below are a number of Ext JS alternatives currently available.

Leading client widget libraries

  1. Blueprint is a React-based UI toolkit developed by big data analytics company Palantir in TypeScript, and "optimized for building complex data-dense interfaces for desktop applications". Actively developed on GitHub as of May 2019, with comprehensive documentation. Components range from simple (chips, toast, icons) to complex (tree, data table, tag input with autocomplete, date range picker. No accordion or resizer.

    Blueprint targets modern browsers (Chrome, Firefox, Safari, IE 11, and Microsoft Edge) and is licensed under a modified Apache license.

    Sandbox / demoGitHubDocs

  2. Webix - an advanced, easy to learn, mobile-friendly, responsive and rich free&open source JavaScript UI components library. Webix spun off from DHTMLX Touch (a project with 8 years of development behind it - see below) and went on to become a standalone UI components framework. The GPL3 edition allows commercial use and lets non-GPL applications using Webix keep their license, e.g. MIT, via a license exemption for FLOSS. Webix has 55 UI widgets, including trees, grids, treegrids and charts. Funding comes from a commercial edition with some advanced widgets (Pivot, Scheduler, Kanban, org chart etc.). Webix has an extensive list of free and commercial widgets, and integrates with most popular frameworks (React, Vue, Meteor, etc) and UI components.

    Webix

    Skins look modern, and include a Material Design theme. The Touch theme also looks quite Material Design-ish. See also the Skin Builder.

    Minimal GitHub presence, but includes the library code, and the documentation (which still needs major improvements). Webix suffers from a having a small team and a lack of marketing. However, they have been responsive to user feedback, both on GitHub and on their forum.

    The library was lean (128Kb gzip+minified for all 55 widgets as of ~2015), faster than ExtJS, dojo and others, and the design is pleasant-looking. The current version of Webix (v6, as of Nov 2018) got heavier (400 - 676kB minified but NOT gzipped).

    The demos on Webix.com look and function great. The developer, XB Software, uses Webix in solutions they build for paying customers, so there's likely a good, funded future ahead of it.

    Webix aims for backwards compatibility down to IE8, and as a result carries some technical debt.

    WikipediaGitHubPlayground/sandboxAdmin dashboard demoDemosWidget samples

  3. react-md - MIT-licensed Material Design UI components library for React. Responsive, accessible. Implements components from simple (buttons, cards) to complex (sortable tables, autocomplete, tags input, calendars). One lead author, ~1900 GitHub stars.

  4. - jQuery-based UI toolkit with 40+ basic open-source widgets, plus commercial professional widgets (grids, trees, charts etc.). Responsive&mobile support. Works with Bootstrap and AngularJS. Modern, with Material Design themes. The documentation is available on GitHub, which has enabled numerous contributions from users (4500+ commits, 500+ PRs as of Jan 2015).

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    Well-supported commercially, claiming millions of developers, and part of a large family of developer tools. Telerik has received many accolades, is a multi-national company (Bulgaria, US), was acquired by Progress Software, and is a thought leader.

    A Kendo UI Professional developer license costs $700 and posting access to most forums is conditioned upon having a license or being in the trial period.

    [Wikipedia] • GitHub/TelerikDemosPlaygroundTools

  5. OpenUI5 - jQuery-based UI framework with 180 widgets, Apache 2.0-licensed and fully-open sourced and funded by German software giant SAP SE.

    OpenUI5

    The community is much larger than that of Webix, SAP is hiring developers to grow OpenUI5, and they presented OpenUI5 at OSCON 2014.

    The desktop themes are rather lackluster, but the Fiori design for web and mobile looks clean and neat.

    WikipediaGitHubMobile-first controls demosDesktop controls demosSO

  6. DHTMLX - JavaScript library for building rich Web and Mobile apps. Looks most like ExtJS - check the demos. Has been developed since 2005 but still looks modern. All components except TreeGrid are available under GPLv2 but advanced features for many components are only available in the commercial PRO edition - see for example the tree. Claims to be used by many Fortune 500 companies.

    DHTMLX

    Minimal presence on GitHub (the main library code is missing) and StackOverflow but active forum. The documentation is not available on GitHub, which makes it difficult to improve by the community.

  7. Polymer, a Web Components polyfill, plus Polymer Paper, Google's implementation of the Material design. Aimed at web and mobile apps. Doesn't have advanced widgets like trees or even grids but the controls it provides are mobile-first and responsive. Used by many big players, e.g. IBM or USA Today.

    Polymer Paper Elements

  8. Ant Design claims it is "a design language for background applications", influenced by "nature" and helping designers "create low-entropy atmosphere for developer team". That's probably a poor translation from Chinese for "UI components for enterprise web applications". It's a React UI library written in TypeScript, with many components, from simple (buttons, cards) to advanced (autocomplete, calendar, tag input, table).

    The project was born in China, is popular with Chinese companies, and parts of the documentation are available only in Chinese. Quite popular on GitHub, yet it makes the mistake of splitting the community into Chinese and English chat rooms. The design looks Material-ish, but fonts are small and the information looks lost in a see of whitespace.

  9. PrimeUI - collection of 45+ rich widgets based on jQuery UI. Apache 2.0 license. Small GitHub community. 35 premium themes available.

  10. qooxdoo - "a universal JavaScript framework with a coherent set of individual components", developed and funded by German hosting provider 1&1 (see the contributors, one of the world's largest hosting companies. GPL/EPL (a business-friendly license).

    Mobile themes look modern but desktop themes look old (gradients).

    Qooxdoo

    WikipediaGitHubWeb/Mobile/Desktop demosWidgets Demo browserWidget browserSOPlaygroundCommunity

  11. jQuery UI - easy to pick up; looks a bit dated; lacks advanced widgets. Of course, you can combine it with independent widgets for particular needs, e.g. trees or other UI components, but the same can be said for any other framework.

  12. + Angular UI. While Angular is backed by Google, it's being radically revamped in the upcoming 2.0 version, and "users will need to get to grips with a new kind of architecture. It's also been confirmed that there will be no migration path from Angular 1.X to 2.0". Moreover, the consensus seems to be that Angular 2 won't really be ready for use until a year or two from now. Angular UI has relatively few widgets (no trees, for example).

  13. DojoToolkit and their powerful Dijit set of widgets. Completely open-sourced and actively developed on GitHub, but development is now (Nov 2018) focused on the new dojo.io framework, which has very few basic widgets. BSD/AFL license. Development started in 2004 and the Dojo Foundation is being sponsored by IBM, Google, and others - see Wikipedia. 7500 questions here on SO.

    Dojo Dijit

    Themes look desktop-oriented and dated - see the theme tester in dijit. The official theme previewer is broken and only shows "Claro". A Bootstrap theme exists, which looks a lot like Bootstrap, but doesn't use Bootstrap classes. In Jan 2015, I started a thread on building a Material Design theme for Dojo, which got quite popular within the first hours. However, there are questions regarding building that theme for the current Dojo 1.10 vs. the next Dojo 2.0. The response to that thread shows an active and wide community, covering many time zones.

    Unfortunately, Dojo has fallen out of popularity and fewer companies appear to use it, despite having (had?) a strong foothold in the enterprise world. In 2009-2012, its learning curve was steep and the documentation needed improvements; while the documentation has substantially improved, it's unclear how easy it is to pick up Dojo nowadays.

    With a Material Design theme, Dojo (2.0?) might be the killer UI components framework.

    WikipediaGitHubThemesDemosDesktop widgetsSO

  14. Enyo - front-end library aimed at mobile and TV apps (e.g. large touch-friendly controls). Developed by LG Electronix and Apache-licensed on GitHub.

  15. The radical Cappuccino - Objective-J (a superset of JavaScript) instead of HTML+CSS+DOM

  16. Mochaui, MooTools UI Library User Interface Library. <300 GitHub stars.

  17. CrossUI - cross-browser JS framework to develop and package the exactly same code and UI into Web Apps, Native Desktop Apps (Windows, OS X, Linux) and Mobile Apps (iOS, Android, Windows Phone, BlackBerry). Open sourced LGPL3. Featured RAD tool (form builder etc.). The UI looks desktop-, not web-oriented. Actively developed, small community. No presence on GitHub.

  18. ZinoUI - simple widgets. The DataTable, for instance, doesn't even support sorting.

  19. Wijmo - good-looking commercial widgets, with old (jQuery UI) widgets open-sourced on GitHub (their development stopped in 2013). Developed by ComponentOne, a division of GrapeCity. See Wijmo Complete vs. Open.

  20. CxJS - commercial JS framework based on React, Babel and webpack offering form elements, form validation, advanced grid control, navigational elements, tooltips, overlays, charts, routing, layout support, themes, culture dependent formatting and more.

CxJS

Widgets - Demo Apps - Examples - GitHub

Full-stack frameworks

  1. SproutCore - developed by Apple for web applications with native performance, handling large data sets on the client. Powers iCloud.com. Not intended for widgets.

  2. Wakanda: aimed at business/enterprise web apps - see What is Wakanda?. Architecture:

  3. Servoy - "a cross platform frontend development and deployment environment for SQL databases". Boasts a "full WYSIWIG (What You See Is What You Get) UI designer for HTML5 with built-in data-binding to back-end services", responsive design, support for HTML6 Web Components, Websockets and mobile platforms. Written in Java and generates JavaScript code using various JavaBeans.

  4. SmartClient/SmartGWT - mobile and cross-browser HTML5 UI components combined with a Java server. Aimed at building powerful business apps - see demos.

  5. Vaadin - full-stack Java/GWT + JavaScript/HTML3 web app framework

  6. Backbase - portal software

  7. Shiny - front-end library on top R, with visualization, layout and control widgets

  8. ZKOSS: Java+jQuery+Bootstrap framework for building enterprise web and mobile apps.

CSS libraries + minimal widgets

These libraries don't implement complex widgets such as tables with sorting/filtering, autocompletes, or trees.

  1. Bootstrap

  2. Foundation for Apps - responsive front-end framework on top of AngularJS; more of a grid/layout/navigation library

  3. UI Kit - similar to Bootstrap, with fewer widgets, but with official off-canvas.

Libraries using HTML Canvas

Using the canvas elements allows for complete control over the UI, and great cross-browser compatibility, but comes at the cost of missing native browser functionality, e.g. page search via Ctrl/Cmd+F.

  1. Zebra - demos

No longer developed as of Dec 2014

  1. Yahoo! User Interface - YUI, launched in 2005, but no longer maintained by the core contributors - see the announcement, which highlights reasons why large UI widget libraries are perceived as walled gardens that developers don't want to be locked into.
  2. echo3, GitHub. Supports writing either server-side Java applications that don't require developer knowledge of HTML, HTTP, or JavaScript, or client-side JavaScript-based applications do not require a server, but can communicate with one via AJAX. Last update: July 2013.
  3. ampleSDK
  4. Simpler widgets livepipe.net
  5. JxLib
  6. rialto
  7. Simple UI kit
  8. Prototype-ui

Other lists

Add JsonArray to JsonObject

I'm starting to learn about this myself, being very new to android development and I found this video very helpful.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qcotbMLjlA4

It specifically covers to to get JSONArray to JSONObject at 19:30 in the video.

Code from the video for JSONArray to JSONObject:

JSONArray queryArray = quoteJSONObject.names();

ArrayList<String> list = new ArrayList<String>();

for(int i = 0; i < queryArray.length(); i++){
    list.add(queryArray.getString(i));
}

for(String item : list){
    Log.v("JSON ARRAY ITEMS ", item);
}

Getting an odd error, SQL Server query using `WITH` clause

It should be legal to put a semicolon directly before the WITH keyword.

Is there a max array length limit in C++?

I would agree with the above, that if you're intializing your array with

 int myArray[SIZE] 

then SIZE is limited by the size of an integer. But you can always malloc a chunk of memory and have a pointer to it, as big as you want so long as malloc doesnt return NULL.

Java Synchronized list

From Collections#synchronizedList(List) javadoc

Returns a synchronized (thread-safe) list backed by the specified list. In order to guarantee serial access, it is critical that all access to the backing list is accomplished through the returned list ... It is imperative that the user manually synchronize on the returned list when iterating over it. Failure to follow this advice may result in non-deterministic behavior.

Server unable to read htaccess file, denying access to be safe

Important points in my experience:

  • every resource accessed by the server must be in an executable and readable directory, hence the xx5 in every chmod in other answers.
  • most of the time the webserver (apache in my case) is running neither as the user nor in the group that owns the directory, so again xx5 or chmod o+rx is necessary.

But the greater conclusion I reached is start from little to more.

For example, if http://myserver.com/sites/all/resources/assets/css/bootstrap.css yields a 403 error, see if http://myserver.com/ works, then sites, then sites/all, then sites/all/resources, and so on.

It will help if your server has directory indexes enable:

  • In Apache: Options +Indexes

This instruction might also be in the .htaccess of your webserver public_html folder.

How do you convert a jQuery object into a string?

If you want to stringify an HTML element in order to pass it somewhere and parse it back to an element try by creating a unique query for the element:

// 'e' is a circular object that can't be stringify
var e = document.getElementById('MyElement')

// now 'e_str' is a unique query for this element that can be stringify 
var e_str = e.tagName
  + ( e.id != "" ? "#" + e.id : "")
  + ( e.className != "" ? "." + e.className.replace(' ','.') : "");

//now you can stringify your element to JSON string
var e_json = JSON.stringify({
  'element': e_str
})

than

//parse it back to an object
var obj = JSON.parse( e_json )

//finally connect the 'obj.element' varible to it's element
obj.element = document.querySelector( obj.element )

//now the 'obj.element' is the actual element and you can click it for example:
obj.element.click();

Using Mysql WHERE IN clause in codeigniter

Try this one:

$this->db->select("*");
$this->db->where_in("(SELECT trans_id FROM myTable WHERE code = 'B')");
$this->db->where('code !=', 'B');
$this->db->get('myTable');

Note: $this->db->select("*"); is optional when you are selecting all columns from table

Is calling destructor manually always a sign of bad design?

No, Depends on the situation, sometimes it is legitimate and good design.

To understand why and when you need to call destructors explicitly, let's look at what happening with "new" and "delete".

To created an object dynamically, T* t = new T; under the hood: 1. sizeof(T) memory is allocated. 2. T's constructor is called to initialize the allocated memory. The operator new does two things: allocation and initialization.

To destroy the object delete t; under the hood: 1. T's destructor is called. 2. memory allocated for that object is released. the operator delete also does two things: destruction and deallocation.

One writes the constructor to do initialization, and destructor to do destruction. When you explicitly call the destructor, only the destruction is done, but not the deallocation.

A legitimate use of explicitly calling destructor, therefore, could be, "I only want to destruct the object, but I don't (or can't) release the memory allocation (yet)."

A common example of this, is pre-allocating memory for a pool of certain objects which otherwise have to be allocated dynamically.

When creating a new object, you get the chunk of memory from the pre-allocated pool and do a "placement new". After done with the object, you may want to explicitly call the destructor to finish the cleanup work, if any. But you won't actually deallocate the memory, as the operator delete would have done. Instead, you return the chunk to the pool for reuse.

How to check if directory exist using C++ and winAPI

0.1 second Google search:

BOOL DirectoryExists(const char* dirName) {
  DWORD attribs = ::GetFileAttributesA(dirName);
  if (attribs == INVALID_FILE_ATTRIBUTES) {
    return false;
  }
  return (attribs & FILE_ATTRIBUTE_DIRECTORY);
}

Execute command on all files in a directory

One quick and dirty way which gets the job done sometimes is:

find directory/ | xargs  Command 

For example to find number of lines in all files in the current directory, you can do:

find . | xargs wc -l

How do I auto-resize an image to fit a 'div' container?

A simple solution is to use flexbox. Define the container's CSS to:

.container{
    display: flex;
    justify-content: center;
    align-items: center;
    align-content: center;
    overflow: hidden;
    /* Any custom height */
}

Adjust the contained image width to 100% and you should get a nice centered image in the container with the dimensions preserved.

Python NameError: name is not defined

Define the class before you use it:

class Something:
    def out(self):
        print("it works")

s = Something()
s.out()

You need to pass self as the first argument to all instance methods.

Check whether a path is valid

You could try using Path.IsPathRooted() in combination with Path.GetInvalidFileNameChars() to make sure the path is half-way okay.

Set left margin for a paragraph in html

<p style="margin-left:5em;">Lorem ipsum dolor sit amet, consectetur adipiscing elit. Ut lacinia vestibulum quam sit amet aliquet. Phasellus tempor nisi eget tellus venenatis tempus. Aliquam dapibus porttitor convallis. Praesent pretium luctus orci, quis ullamcorper lacus lacinia a. Integer eget molestie purus. Vestibulum porta mollis tempus. Class aptent taciti sociosqu ad litora torquent per conubia nostra, per inceptos himenaeos. </p>

That'll do it, there's a few improvements obviously, but that's the basics. And I use 'em' as the measurement, you may want to use other units, like 'px'.

EDIT: What they're describing above is a way of associating groups of styles, or classes, with elements on a web page. You can implement that in a few ways, here's one which may suit you:

In your HTML page, containing the <p> tagged content from your DB add in a new 'style' node and wrap the styles you want to declare in a class like so:

<head>
  <style type="text/css">
    p { margin-left:5em; /* Or another measurement unit, like px */ }
  </style>
</head>
<body>
  <p>Lorem ipsum dolor sit amet, consectetur adipiscing elit. Ut lacinia vestibulum quam sit amet aliquet.</p>
</body>

So above, all <p> elements in your document will have that style rule applied. Perhaps you are pumping your paragraph content into a container of some sort? Try this:

<head>
  <style type="text/css">
    .container p { margin-left:5em; /* Or another measurement unit, like px */ }
  </style>
</head>
<body>
  <div class="container">
    <p>Lorem ipsum dolor sit amet, consectetur adipiscing elit. Ut lacinia vestibulum quam sit amet aliquet.</p>
  </div>
  <p>Vestibulum porta mollis tempus. Class aptent taciti sociosqu ad litora torquent per conubia nostra.</p>
</body>

In the example above, only the <p> element inside the div, whose class name is 'container', will have the styles applied - and not the <p> element outside the container.

In addition to the above, you can collect your styles together and remove the style element from the <head> tag, replacing it with a <link> tag, which points to an external CSS file. This external file is where you'd now put your <p> tag styles. This concept is known as 'seperating content from style' and is considered good practice, and is also an extendible way to create styles, and can help with low maintenance.

When to use If-else if-else over switch statements and vice versa

As with most things you should pick which to use based on the context and what is conceptually the correct way to go. A switch is really saying "pick one of these based on this variables value" but an if statement is just a series of boolean checks.

As an example, if you were doing:

int value = // some value
if (value == 1) {
    doThis();
} else if (value == 2) {
    doThat();
} else {
    doTheOther();
}

This would be much better represented as a switch as it then makes it immediately obviously that the choice of action is occurring based on the value of "value" and not some arbitrary test.

Also, if you find yourself writing switches and if-elses and using an OO language you should be considering getting rid of them and using polymorphism to achieve the same result if possible.

Finally, regarding switch taking longer to type, I can't remember who said it but I did once read someone ask "is your typing speed really the thing that affects how quickly you code?" (paraphrased)

Updating records codeigniter

In your_controller write this...

public function update_title() 
{   
    $data = array
      (
        'table_id' => $this->input->post('table_id'),
        'table_title' => $this->input->post('table_title')
      );

    $this->load->model('your_model'); // First load the model
    if($this->your_model->update_title($data)) // call the method from the controller
    {
        // update successful...
    }
    else
    {
        // update not successful...
    }

}

While in your_model...

public function update_title($data)
{
   $this->db->set('table_title',$data['title'])
         ->where('table_id',$data['table_id'])
        ->update('your_table');
}

This will works fine...

PHP: Convert any string to UTF-8 without knowing the original character set, or at least try

What you're asking for is extremely hard. If possible, getting the user to specify the encoding is the best. Preventing an attack shouldn't be much easier or harder that way.

However, you could try doing this:

iconv(mb_detect_encoding($text, mb_detect_order(), true), "UTF-8", $text);

Setting it to strict might help you get a better result.

Excel data validation with suggestions/autocomplete

ExtendOffice.com offers a VBA solution that worked for me in Excel 2016. Here's my description of the steps. I included additional details to make it easier. I also modified the VBA code slightly. If this doesn't work for you, retry the steps or check out the instructions on the ExtendOffice page.

  1. Add data validation to a cell (or range of cells). Allow = List. Source = [the range with the values you want for the auto-complete / drop-down]. Click OK. You should now have a drop-down but with a weak auto-complete feature.

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  2. With a cell containing your newly added data validation, insert an ActiveX combo box (NOT a form control combo box). This is done from the Developer ribbon. If you don't have the Developer ribbon you will need to add it from the Excel options menu.

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  3. From the Developer tab in the Controls section, click "Design Mode". Select the combo box you just inserted. Then in the same ribbon section click "Properties". In the Properties window, change the name of the combo box to "TempComboBox".

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  4. Press ALT + F11 to go to the Visual Basic Editor. On the left-hand side, double click the worksheet with your data validation to open the code for that sheet. Copy and paste the following code onto the sheet. NOTE: I modified the code slightly so that it works even with Option Explicit enabled at the top of the sheet.

    Option Explicit
    
    Private Sub Worksheet_SelectionChange(ByVal target As Range)
    'Update by Extendoffice: 2018/9/21
    ' Update by Chris Brackett 2018-11-30
    
    Dim xWs As Worksheet
    Set xWs = Application.ActiveSheet
    
    On Error Resume Next
    
    Dim xCombox As OLEObject
    Set xCombox = xWs.OLEObjects("TempCombo")
    
    ' Added this to auto select all text when activating the combox box.
    xCombox.SetFocus
    
    With xCombox
        .ListFillRange = vbNullString
        .LinkedCell = vbNullString
        .Visible = False
    End With
    
    
    Dim xStr As String
    Dim xArr
    
    
    If target.Validation.Type = xlValidateList Then
        ' The target cell contains Data Validation.
    
        target.Validation.InCellDropdown = False
    
    
        ' Cancel the "SelectionChange" event.
        Dim Cancel As Boolean
        Cancel = True
    
    
        xStr = target.Validation.Formula1
        xStr = Right(xStr, Len(xStr) - 1)
    
        If xStr = vbNullString Then Exit Sub
    
        With xCombox
            .Visible = True
            .Left = target.Left
            .Top = target.Top
            .Width = target.Width + 5
            .Height = target.Height + 5
            .ListFillRange = xStr
    
            If .ListFillRange = vbNullString Then
                xArr = Split(xStr, ",")
                Me.TempCombo.List = xArr
            End If
    
            .LinkedCell = target.Address
    
        End With
    
        xCombox.Activate
        Me.TempCombo.DropDown
    
    End If
    End Sub
    
    Private Sub TempCombo_KeyDown( _
                    ByVal KeyCode As MSForms.ReturnInteger, _
                    ByVal Shift As Integer)
        Select Case KeyCode
            Case 9  ' Tab key
                Application.ActiveCell.Offset(0, 1).Activate
            Case 13 ' Pause key
                Application.ActiveCell.Offset(1, 0).Activate
        End Select
    End Sub
    
  5. Make sure the the "Microsoft Forms 2.0 Object Library" is referenced. In the Visual Basic Editor, go to Tools > References, check the box next to that library (if not already checked) and click OK. To verify that it worked, go to Debug > Compile VBA Project.

  6. Finally, save your project and click in a cell with the data validation you added. You should see a combo box with a drop-down list of suggestions that updates with each letter you type.

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How to find the minimum value in an ArrayList, along with the index number? (Java)

You have to traverse the whole array and keep two auxiliary values:

  • The minimum value you find (on your way towards the end)
  • The index of the place where you found the min value

Suppose your array is called myArray. At the end of this code minIndex has the index of the smallest value.

var min = Number.MAX_VALUE; //the largest number possible in JavaScript
var minIndex = -1;

for (int i=0; i<myArray.length; i++){
   if (myArray[i] < min){
      min = myArray[i];
      minIndex = i;
   }
}

This is assuming the worst case scenario: a totally random array. It is an O(n) algorithm or order n algorithm, meaning that if you have n elements in your array, then you have to look at all of them before knowing your answer. O(n) algorithms are the worst ones because they take a lot of time to solve the problem.

If your array is sorted or has any other specific structure, then the algorithm can be optimized to be faster.

Having said that, though, unless you have a huge array of thousands of values then don't worry about optimization since the difference between an O(n) algorithm and a faster one would not be noticeable.

How to add a TextView to LinearLayout in Android

Hey i have checked your code, there is no serious error in your code. this is complete code:

main.xml:-

<?xml version="1.0" encoding="utf-8"?>
<LinearLayout
xmlns:android="http://schemas.android.com/apk/res/android"
android:layout_width="wrap_content"
android:id="@+id/info"
android:layout_height="wrap_content" 
android:orientation="vertical">
</LinearLayout>

this is Stackoverflow.java

import android.app.Activity;
import android.os.Bundle;
import android.view.View;
import android.view.ViewGroup.LayoutParams;
import android.widget.LinearLayout;
import android.widget.TextView;

public class Stackoverflow extends Activity {
    /** Called when the activity is first created. */
    @Override
    public void onCreate(Bundle savedInstanceState) {
        super.onCreate(savedInstanceState);
        setContentView(R.layout.main);
        View linearLayout =  findViewById(R.id.info);
        //LinearLayout layout = (LinearLayout) findViewById(R.id.info);

        TextView valueTV = new TextView(this);
        valueTV.setText("hallo hallo");
        valueTV.setId(5);
        valueTV.setLayoutParams(new LayoutParams(LayoutParams.MATCH_PARENT,LayoutParams.WRAP_CONTENT));

        ((LinearLayout) linearLayout).addView(valueTV);
    }
}

copy this code, and run it. it is completely error free. take care...

How to enable PHP's openssl extension to install Composer?

If you still cannot solve your problem have a look at this. This might be the solution you are looking for

There are several php.ini files in C:\wamp\bin\php\php x-y-z folder. You may find production, development and some other php.ini files. No point of editing production and development files. Find the file which is exactly as same as the below image. (You can find it. Just type php.ini in your search bar and do a search). Open the file and remove ; from extension=php_openssl.dll. Save the file and close it. Restart all services in Wampp server. Re-install your composer.

That is it.

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Referencing another schema in Mongoose

Late reply, but adding that Mongoose also has the concept of Subdocuments

With this syntax, you should be able to reference your userSchema as a type in your postSchema like so:

var userSchema = new Schema({
    twittername: String,
    twitterID: Number,
    displayName: String,
    profilePic: String,
});

var postSchema = new Schema({
    name: String,
    postedBy: userSchema,
    dateCreated: Date,
    comments: [{body:"string", by: mongoose.Schema.Types.ObjectId}],
});

Note the updated postedBy field with type userSchema.

This will embed the user object within the post, saving an extra lookup required by using a reference. Sometimes this could be preferable, other times the ref/populate route might be the way to go. Depends on what your application is doing.

Laravel requires the Mcrypt PHP extension

sudo php install mcrypt

sudo php5enmod mcrypt

How to include duplicate keys in HashMap?

hashMaps can't have duplicate keys. That said, you can create a map with list values:

Map<Integer, List<String>>

However, using this approach will have performance implications.

How to output a multiline string in Bash?

If you use the solution from @jorge and find that everything is on the same line, make sure you enclose the variable in quotes:

echo $__usage

will print everything on one line whereas

echo "$__usage"

will retain the newlines.

How to uninstall a Windows Service when there is no executable for it left on the system?

My favourite way of doing this is to use Sysinternals Autoruns application. Just select the service and press delete.

Error - replacement has [x] rows, data has [y]

TL;DR ...and late to the party, but that short explanation might help future googlers..

In general that error message means that the replacement doesn't fit into the corresponding column of the dataframe.

A minimal example:

df <- data.frame(a = 1:2); df$a <- 1:3

throws the error

Error in $<-.data.frame(*tmp*, a, value = 1:3) : replacement has 3 rows, data has 2

which is clear, because the vector a of df has 2 entries (rows) whilst the vector we try to replace it has 3 entries (rows).

Pure JavaScript Send POST Data Without a Form

You can send it and insert the data to the body:

var xhr = new XMLHttpRequest();
xhr.open("POST", yourUrl, true);
xhr.setRequestHeader('Content-Type', 'application/json');
xhr.send(JSON.stringify({
    value: value
}));

By the way, for get request:

var xhr = new XMLHttpRequest();
// we defined the xhr

xhr.onreadystatechange = function () {
    if (this.readyState != 4) return;

    if (this.status == 200) {
        var data = JSON.parse(this.responseText);

        // we get the returned data
    }

    // end of state change: it can be after some time (async)
};

xhr.open('GET', yourUrl, true);
xhr.send();

Javascript add method to object

There are many ways to create re-usable objects like this in JavaScript. Mozilla have a nice introduction here:

The following will work in your example:

function Foo(){
    this.bar = function (){
        alert("Hello World!");
    }
}

myFoo = new Foo();
myFoo.bar(); // Hello World?????????????????????????????????

Code to loop through all records in MS Access

In "References", import DAO 3.6 object reference.

private sub showTableData

dim db as dao.database
dim rs as dao.recordset

set db = currentDb
set rs = db.OpenRecordSet("myTable") 'myTable is a MS-Access table created previously

'populate the table
rs.movelast
rs.movefirst

do while not rs.EOF
   debug.print(rs!myField) 'myField is a field name in table myTable
   rs.movenext             'press Ctrl+G to see debuG window beneath
loop

msgbox("End of Table")

end sub

You can interate data objects like queries and filtered tables in different ways:

Trhough query:

private sub showQueryData

dim db as dao.database
dim rs as dao.recordset
dim sqlStr as string

sqlStr = "SELECT * FROM customers as c WHERE c.country='Brazil'"

set db = currentDb
set rs = db.openRecordset(sqlStr)

rs.movefirst

do while not rs.EOF
  debug.print("cust ID: " & rs!id & " cust name: " & rs!name)
  rs.movenext
loop

msgbox("End of customers from Brazil")

end sub

You should also look for "Filter" property of the recordset object to filter only the desired records and then interact with them in the same way (see VB6 Help in MS-Access code window), or create a "QueryDef" object to run a query and use it as a recordset too (a little bit more tricky). Tell me if you want another aproach.

I hope I've helped.

Hibernate - A collection with cascade=”all-delete-orphan” was no longer referenced by the owning entity instance

The method:

public void setChildren(Set<SonEntity> aSet) {
    this.sonEntities = aSet;
}

works if the parentEntity is detached and again if we update it.
But if the entity is not detached from per context, (i.e. find and update operations are in the same transaction) the below method works.

public void setChildren(Set<SonEntity> aSet) {
    //this.sonEntities = aSet; //This will override the set that Hibernate is tracking.
    this.sonEntities.clear();
    if (aSet != null) {
        this.sonEntities.addAll(aSet);
    }
}

Maximum filename length in NTFS (Windows XP and Windows Vista)?

The length in NTFS is 255. The NameLength field in the NTFS $Filename attribute is a byte with no offset; this yields a range of 0-255.

The file name iself can be in different "namespaces". So far there are: POSIX, WIN32, DOS and (WIN32DOS - when a filename can be natively a DOS name). (Since the string has a length, it could contain \0 but that would yield to problems and is not in the namespaces above.)

Thus the name of a file or directory can be up to 255 characters. When specifying the full path under Windows, you need to prefix the path with \\?\ (or use \\?\UNC\server\share for UNC paths) to mark this path as an extended-length one (~32k characters). If your path is longer, you will have to set your working directory along the way (ugh - side effects due to the process-wide setting).

HttpServletRequest to complete URL

Somewhat late to the party, but I included this in my MarkUtils-Web library in WebUtils - Checkstyle-approved and JUnit-tested:

import javax.servlet.http.HttpServletRequest;

public class GetRequestUrl{
    /**
     * <p>A faster replacement for {@link HttpServletRequest#getRequestURL()}
     *  (returns a {@link String} instead of a {@link StringBuffer} - and internally uses a {@link StringBuilder})
     *  that also includes the {@linkplain HttpServletRequest#getQueryString() query string}.</p>
     * <p><a href="https://gist.github.com/ziesemer/700376d8da8c60585438"
     *  >https://gist.github.com/ziesemer/700376d8da8c60585438</a></p>
     * @author Mark A. Ziesemer
     *  <a href="http://www.ziesemer.com.">&lt;www.ziesemer.com&gt;</a>
     */
    public String getRequestUrl(final HttpServletRequest req){
        final String scheme = req.getScheme();
        final int port = req.getServerPort();
        final StringBuilder url = new StringBuilder(256);
        url.append(scheme);
        url.append("://");
        url.append(req.getServerName());
        if(!(("http".equals(scheme) && (port == 0 || port == 80))
                || ("https".equals(scheme) && port == 443))){
            url.append(':');
            url.append(port);
        }
        url.append(req.getRequestURI());
        final String qs = req.getQueryString();
        if(qs != null){
            url.append('?');
            url.append(qs);
        }
        final String result = url.toString();
        return result;
    }
}

Probably the fastest and most robust answer here so far behind Mat Banik's - but even his doesn't account for potential non-standard port configurations with HTTP/HTTPS.

See also:

How to increase Heap size of JVM

-XmxSIZE

For example: -Xmx1024M

How to sort a data frame by alphabetic order of a character variable in R?

The arrange function in the plyr package makes it easy to sort by multiple columns. For example, to sort DF by ID first and then decreasing by num, you can write

plyr::arrange(DF, ID, desc(num))

How do you clear the focus in javascript?

You can call window.focus();

but moving or losing the focus is bound to interfere with anyone using the tab key to get around the page.

you could listen for keycode 13, and forego the effect if the tab key is pressed.

parse html string with jquery

just add container element befor your img element just to be sure that your intersted element not the first one, tested in ie,ff

How do I access my webcam in Python?

OpenCV has support for getting data from a webcam, and it comes with Python wrappers by default, you also need to install numpy for the OpenCV Python extension (called cv2) to work. As of 2019, you can install both of these libraries with pip: pip install numpy pip install opencv-python

More information on using OpenCV with Python.

An example copied from Displaying webcam feed using opencv and python:

import cv2

cv2.namedWindow("preview")
vc = cv2.VideoCapture(0)

if vc.isOpened(): # try to get the first frame
    rval, frame = vc.read()
else:
    rval = False

while rval:
    cv2.imshow("preview", frame)
    rval, frame = vc.read()
    key = cv2.waitKey(20)
    if key == 27: # exit on ESC
        break
cv2.destroyWindow("preview")

Setting the value of checkbox to true or false with jQuery

Try this:

HTML:

<input type="checkbox" value="FALSE" />

jQ:

$("input[type='checkbox']").on('change', function(){
  $(this).val(this.checked ? "TRUE" : "FALSE");
})

jsfiddle

Please bear in mind that unchecked checkbox will not be submitted in regular form, and you should use hidden filed in order to do it.

Wheel file installation

You normally use a tool like pip to install wheels. Leave it to the tool to discover and download the file if this is for a project hosted on PyPI.

For this to work, you do need to install the wheel package:

pip install wheel

You can then tell pip to install the project (and it'll download the wheel if available), or the wheel file directly:

pip install project_name  # discover, download and install
pip install wheel_file.whl  # directly install the wheel

The wheel module, once installed, also is runnable from the command line, you can use this to install already-downloaded wheels:

python -m wheel install wheel_file.whl

Also see the wheel project documentation.

Determining whether an object is a member of a collection in VBA

i used this code to convert array to collection and back to array to remove duplicates, assembled from various posts here (sorry for not giving properly credit).

Function ArrayRemoveDups(MyArray As Variant) As Variant
Dim nFirst As Long, nLast As Long, i As Long
Dim item As Variant, outputArray() As Variant
Dim Coll As New Collection

'Get First and Last Array Positions
nFirst = LBound(MyArray)
nLast = UBound(MyArray)
ReDim arrTemp(nFirst To nLast)
i = nFirst
'convert to collection
For Each item In MyArray
    skipitem = False
    For Each key In Coll
        If key = item Then skipitem = True
    Next
    If skipitem = False Then Coll.Add (item)
Next item
'convert back to array
ReDim outputArray(0 To Coll.Count - 1)
For i = 1 To Coll.Count
    outputArray(i - 1) = Coll.item(i)
Next
ArrayRemoveDups = outputArray
End Function

MongoDB: exception in initAndListen: 20 Attempted to create a lock file on a read-only directory: /data/db, terminating

Nice solutions, but I wonder why nobody is giving the solution for windows.

If you are using windows you just have to "Run as Administrator" the cmd.

Replace all particular values in a data frame

Since PikkuKatja and glallen asked for a more general solution and I cannot comment yet, I'll write an answer. You can combine statements as in:

> df[df=="" | df==12] <- NA
> df
     A    B
1  <NA> <NA>
2  xyz  <NA>
3  jkl  100

For factors, zxzak's code already yields factors:

> df <- data.frame(list(A=c("","xyz","jkl"), B=c(12,"",100)))
> str(df)
'data.frame':   3 obs. of  2 variables:
 $ A: Factor w/ 3 levels "","jkl","xyz": 1 3 2
 $ B: Factor w/ 3 levels "","100","12": 3 1 2

If in trouble, I'd suggest to temporarily drop the factors.

df[] <- lapply(df, as.character)

Automatic HTTPS connection/redirect with node.js/express

You can instantiate 2 Node.js servers - one for HTTP and HTTPS

You can also define a setup function that both servers will execute, so that you don't have to write much duplicated code.

Here's the way I did it: (using restify.js, but should work for express.js, or node itself too)

http://qugstart.com/blog/node-js/node-js-restify-server-with-both-http-and-https/

Call a Class From another class

Simply create an instance of Class2 and call the desired method.

Suggested reading: http://docs.oracle.com/javase/tutorial/java/javaOO/

Why use $_SERVER['PHP_SELF'] instead of ""

The action attribute will default to the current URL. It is the most reliable and easiest way to say "submit the form to the same place it came from".

There is no reason to use $_SERVER['PHP_SELF'], and # doesn't submit the form at all (unless there is a submit event handler attached that handles the submission).

Android - how to replace part of a string by another string?

It is working, but it wont modify the caller object, but returning a new String.
So you just need to assign it to a new String variable, or to itself:

string = string.replace("to", "xyz");

or

String newString = string.replace("to", "xyz");

API Docs

public String replace (CharSequence target, CharSequence replacement) 

Since: API Level 1

Copies this string replacing occurrences of the specified target sequence with another sequence. The string is processed from the beginning to the end.

Parameters

  • target the sequence to replace.
  • replacement the replacement sequence.

Returns the resulting string.
Throws NullPointerException if target or replacement is null.

Moving up one directory in Python

Although this is not exactly what OP meant as this is not super simple, however, when running scripts from Notepad++ the os.getcwd() method doesn't work as expected. This is what I would do:

import os

# get real current directory (determined by the file location)
curDir, _ = os.path.split(os.path.abspath(__file__))

print(curDir) # print current directory

Define a function like this:

def dir_up(path,n): # here 'path' is your path, 'n' is number of dirs up you want to go
    for _ in range(n):
        path = dir_up(path.rpartition("\\")[0], 0) # second argument equal '0' ensures that 
                                                        # the function iterates proper number of times
    return(path)

The use of this function is fairly simple - all you need is your path and number of directories up.

print(dir_up(curDir,3)) # print 3 directories above the current one

The only minus is that it doesn't stop on drive letter, it just will show you empty string.

Turning off eslint rule for a specific file

As of today, the answer does not work for me, but putting this at the top of the file does work:

/* eslint-disable @typescript-eslint/no-unused-vars */

It is important to know that at least in my case, the type of comment makes a difference. The previous comment works for me, but the following won't work:

// eslint-disable @typescript-eslint/no-unused-vars

Adding elements to a collection during iteration

You may also want to look at some of the more specialised types, like ListIterator, NavigableSet and (if you're interested in maps) NavigableMap.

How to get folder directory from HTML input type "file" or any other way?

Eventhough it is an old question, this may help someone.

We can choose multiple files while browsing for a file using "multiple"

<input type="file" name="datafile" size="40"  multiple> 

Java string to date conversion

With Java 8 we get a new Date / Time API (JSR 310).

The following way can be used to parse the date in Java 8 without relying on Joda-Time:

 String str = "January 2nd, 2010";

// if we 2nd even we have changed in pattern also it is not working please workout with 2nd 
DateTimeFormatter formatter = DateTimeFormatter.ofPattern("MMMM Q, yyyy", Locale.ENGLISH);
LocalDate date = LocalDate.parse(str, formatter);

// access date fields
int year = date.getYear(); // 2010
int day = date.getDayOfMonth(); // 2
Month month = date.getMonth(); // JANUARY
int monthAsInt = month.getValue(); // 1

LocalDate is the standard Java 8 class for representing a date (without time). If you want to parse values that contain date and time information you should use LocalDateTime. For values with timezones use ZonedDateTime. Both provide a parse() method similar to LocalDate:

LocalDateTime dateWithTime = LocalDateTime.parse(strWithDateAndTime, dateTimeFormatter);
ZonedDateTime zoned = ZonedDateTime.parse(strWithTimeZone, zoneFormatter);

The list formatting characters from DateTimeFormatter Javadoc:

All letters 'A' to 'Z' and 'a' to 'z' are reserved as pattern letters. 
The following pattern letters are defined:

Symbol  Meaning                     Presentation      Examples
------  -------                     ------------      -------
 G       era                         text              AD; Anno Domini; A
 u       year                        year              2004; 04
 y       year-of-era                 year              2004; 04
 D       day-of-year                 number            189
 M/L     month-of-year               number/text       7; 07; Jul; July; J
 d       day-of-month                number            10

 Q/q     quarter-of-year             number/text       3; 03; Q3; 3rd quarter
 Y       week-based-year             year              1996; 96
 w       week-of-week-based-year     number            27
 W       week-of-month               number            4
 E       day-of-week                 text              Tue; Tuesday; T
 e/c     localized day-of-week       number/text       2; 02; Tue; Tuesday; T
 F       week-of-month               number            3

 a       am-pm-of-day                text              PM
 h       clock-hour-of-am-pm (1-12)  number            12
 K       hour-of-am-pm (0-11)        number            0
 k       clock-hour-of-am-pm (1-24)  number            0

 H       hour-of-day (0-23)          number            0
 m       minute-of-hour              number            30
 s       second-of-minute            number            55
 S       fraction-of-second          fraction          978
 A       milli-of-day                number            1234
 n       nano-of-second              number            987654321
 N       nano-of-day                 number            1234000000

 V       time-zone ID                zone-id           America/Los_Angeles; Z; -08:30
 z       time-zone name              zone-name         Pacific Standard Time; PST
 O       localized zone-offset       offset-O          GMT+8; GMT+08:00; UTC-08:00;
 X       zone-offset 'Z' for zero    offset-X          Z; -08; -0830; -08:30; -083015; -08:30:15;
 x       zone-offset                 offset-x          +0000; -08; -0830; -08:30; -083015; -08:30:15;
 Z       zone-offset                 offset-Z          +0000; -0800; -08:00;

Why do you have to link the math library in C?

All libraries like stdio.h and stdlib.h have their implementation in libc.so or libc.a and get linked by the linker by default. The libraries for libc.so are automatically linked while compiling and is included in the executable file.
But math.h has its implementations in libm.so or libm.a which is seperate from libc.so and it does not get linked by default and you have to manually link it while compiling your program in gcc by using -lm flag.

The gnu gcc team designed it to be seperate from the other header files, while the other header files get linked by default but math.h file doesn't.

Here read the item no 14.3, you could read it all if you wish: Reason why math.h is needs to be linked
Look at this article: why we have to link math.h in gcc?
Have a look at the usage: using the library

What is an abstract class in PHP?

An abstract class is a class that is only partially implemented by the programmer. It may contain one or more abstract methods. An abstract method is simply a function definition that serves to tell the programmer that the method must be implemented in a child class.

There is good explanation of that here.

How to find integer array size in java

There is no method call size() with array. you can use array.length

Adding close button in div to close the box

A jQuery solution: Add this button inside any element you want to be able to close:

<button type='button' class='close' onclick='$(this).parent().remove();'>×</button>

or to 'just' hide it:

<button type='button' class='close' onclick='$(this).parent().hide();'>×</button>

Python - Get Yesterday's date as a string in YYYY-MM-DD format

You Just need to subtract one day from today's date. In Python datetime.timedelta object lets you create specific spans of time as a timedelta object.

datetime.timedelta(1) gives you the duration of "one day" and is subtractable from a datetime object. After you subtracted the objects you can use datetime.strftime in order to convert the result --which is a date object-- to string format based on your format of choice:

>>> from datetime import datetime, timedelta
>>> yesterday = datetime.now() - timedelta(1)

>>> type(yesterday)                                                                                                                                                                                    
>>> datetime.datetime    

>>> datetime.strftime(yesterday, '%Y-%m-%d')
'2015-05-26'

Note that instead of calling the datetime.strftime function, you can also directly use strftime method of datetime objects:

>>> (datetime.now() - timedelta(1)).strftime('%Y-%m-%d')
'2015-05-26'

As a function:

def yesterday(string=False):
    yesterday = datetime.now() - timedelta(1)
    if string:
        return yesterday.strftime('%Y-%m-%d')
    return yesterday

Error: "setFile(null,false) call failed" when using log4j

i just add write permission to "logs" folder and it works for me

add write permission

Convert a number into a Roman Numeral in javaScript

I feel my solution is much more readable and easy to understand.

var intToRoman = function(num) {
    let symbolMap = ['I','V','X','L','C','D','M','P','Q'];

    if (num < 1 || num > 9999) {
        return null;
    }

    let i = 0;
    let result = '';

    while (num) {
        let digit = num % 10;
        num = parseInt(num / 10);

        switch (digit) {
            case 1: result = symbolMap[i] + result;
                break;
            case 2: result = symbolMap[i] + symbolMap[i] + result;
                break;
            case 3: result = symbolMap[i] + symbolMap[i] + symbolMap[i] + result;
                break;
            case 4: result = symbolMap[i] + symbolMap[i+1] + result;
                break;
            case 5: result = symbolMap[i+1] + result;
                break;
            case 6: result = symbolMap[i+1] + symbolMap[i] + result;
                break;
            case 7: result = symbolMap[i+1] + symbolMap[i] + symbolMap[i] + result;
                break;
            case 8: result = symbolMap[i+1] + symbolMap[i] + symbolMap[i] + symbolMap[i] + result;
                break;
            case 9: result = symbolMap[i] + symbolMap[i+2] + result;
                break;
        }
        i += 2;
    }

    return result;
 };

How can one run multiple versions of PHP 5.x on a development LAMP server?

Rasmus Lerdorf, who created PHP, is maintaining an active Vagrant solution that seems to solve your needs. It allows for quickly switching between PHP versions, currently supporting more than 20 different versions. It comes out of the box with an nginx server, but can easily be switched to apache2 with a preconfigured setting. It also supports MySQL out of the box.

This way you will have access to all versions of PHP, deployable on two of the main web servers, in a nice vagrant box, maintained by the big man behind PHP.

For more information I would like to refer to the talk given by mr. Lerdorf at https://youtu.be/6XnysJAyThs?t=2864

The github repository containing the Vagrant solution is found at https://github.com/rlerdorf/php7dev

Using partial views in ASP.net MVC 4

Change the code where you load the partial view to:

@Html.Partial("_CreateNote", new QuickNotes.Models.Note())

This is because the partial view is expecting a Note but is getting passed the model of the parent view which is the IEnumerable

Set View Width Programmatically

check it in mdpi device.. If the ad displays correctly, the error should be in "px" to "dip" conversion..

MySQL: @variable vs. variable. What's the difference?

In principle, I use UserDefinedVariables (prepended with @) within Stored Procedures. This makes life easier, especially when I need these variables in two or more Stored Procedures. Just when I need a variable only within ONE Stored Procedure, than I use a System Variable (without prepended @).

@Xybo: I don't understand why using @variables in StoredProcedures should be risky. Could you please explain "scope" and "boundaries" a little bit easier (for me as a newbe)?

CSS to hide INPUT BUTTON value text

This works in Firefox 3, Internet Explorer 8, Internet Explorer 8 compatibility mode, Opera, and Safari.

*Note: table cell containing this has padding:0 and text-align:center.

background: none;
background-image: url(../images/image.gif);
background-repeat:no-repeat;
overflow:hidden;
border: NONE;
width: 41px; /*width of image*/
height: 19px; /*height of image*/
font-size: 0;
padding: 0 0 0 41px;
cursor:pointer;

How do I set the rounded corner radius of a color drawable using xml?

mbaird's answer works fine. Just be aware that there seems to be a bug in Android (2.1 at least), that if you set any individual corner's radius to 0, it forces all the corners to 0 (at least that's the case with "dp" units; I didn't try it with any other units).

I needed a shape where the top corners were rounded and the bottom corners were square. I got achieved this by setting the corners I wanted to be square to a value slightly larger than 0: 0.1dp. This still renders as square corners, but it doesn't force the other corners to be 0 radius.

Can't pickle <type 'instancemethod'> when using multiprocessing Pool.map()

I ran into this same issue but found out that there is a JSON encoder that can be used to move these objects between processes.

from pyVmomi.VmomiSupport import VmomiJSONEncoder

Use this to create your list:

jsonSerialized = json.dumps(pfVmomiObj, cls=VmomiJSONEncoder)

Then in the mapped function, use this to recover the object:

pfVmomiObj = json.loads(jsonSerialized)

MySQL connection not working: 2002 No such file or directory

This is for Mac OS X with the native installation of Apache HTTP and custom installation of MySQL.

The answer is based on @alec-gorge's excellent response, but since I had to google some specific changes to have it configured in my configuration, mostly Mac OS X-specific, I thought I'd add it here for the sake of completeness.

Enable PHP5 support for Apache HTTP

Make sure the PHP5 support is enabled in /etc/apache2/httpd.conf.

Edit the file with sudo vi /etc/apache2/httpd.conf (enter the password when asked) and uncomment (remove ; from the beginning of) the line to load the php5_module module.

LoadModule php5_module libexec/apache2/libphp5.so

Start Apache HTTP with sudo apachectl start (or restart if it's already started and needs to be restarted to re-read the configuration file).

Make sure that /var/log/apache2/error_log contains a line that tells you the php5_module is enabled - you should see PHP/5.3.15 (or similar).

[notice] Apache/2.2.22 (Unix) DAV/2 PHP/5.3.15 with Suhosin-Patch configured -- resuming normal operations

Looking up Socket file's name

When MySQL is up and running (with ./bin/mysqld_safe) there should be debug lines printed out to the console that tell you where you can find the log files. Note the hostname in the file name - localhost in my case - that may be different for your configuration.

The file that comes after Logging to is important. That's where MySQL logs its work.

130309 12:17:59 mysqld_safe Logging to '/Users/jacek/apps/mysql/data/localhost.err'.
130309 12:17:59 mysqld_safe Starting mysqld daemon with databases from /Users/jacek/apps/mysql/data

Open the localhost.err file (again, yours might be named differently), i.e. tail -1 /Users/jacek/apps/mysql/data/localhost.err to find out the socket file's name - it should be the last line.

$ tail -1 /Users/jacek/apps/mysql/data/localhost.err
Version: '5.5.27'  socket: '/tmp/mysql.sock'  port: 3306  MySQL Community Server (GPL)

Note the socket: part - that's the socket file you should use in php.ini.

There's another way (some say an easier way) to determine the location of the socket's file name by logging in to MySQL and running:

show variables like '%socket%';

Configuring PHP5 with MySQL support - /etc/php.ini

Speaking of php.ini...

In /etc directory there's /etc/php.ini.default file. Copy it to /etc/php.ini.

sudo cp /etc/php.ini.default /etc/php.ini

Open /etc/php.ini and look for mysql.default_socket.

sudo vi /etc/php.ini

The default of mysql.default_socket is /var/mysql/mysql.sock. You should change it to the value you have noted earlier - it was /tmp/mysql.sock in my case.

Replace the /etc/php.ini file to reflect the socket file's name:

mysql.default_socket = /tmp/mysql.sock
mysqli.default_socket = /tmp/mysql.sock

Final verification

Restart Apache HTTP.

sudo apachectl restart 

Check the logs if there are no error related to PHP5. No errors means you're done and PHP5 with MySQL should work fine. Congrats!

An existing connection was forcibly closed by the remote host - WCF

I have seen this once. Are the users requesting different amounts of data? I found that even if you can configure a binding for data payloads (i.e. maxReceivedMessageSize), the httpRuntime maxRequestLength trumps the WCF setting, so if IIS is trying to serve a request that exceeds that, it exhibits this behavior.

Think of it like this:

If maxReceivedMessageSize is 12MB in your WCF behavior, and maxRequestLength is 4MB (default), IIS wins.

What's the syntax to import a class in a default package in Java?

As others have said, this is bad practice, but if you don't have a choice because you need to integrate with a third-party library that uses the default package, then you could create your own class in the default package and access the other class that way. Classes in the default package basically share a single namespace, so you can access the other class even if it resides in a separate JAR file. Just make sure the JAR file is in the classpath.

This trick doesn't work if your class is not in the default package.

How to check the value given is a positive or negative integer?

I thought here you wanted to do the action if it is positive.

Then would suggest:

if (Math.sign(number_to_test) === 1) {
     function_to_run_when_positive();
}

Connecting to local SQL Server database using C#

I like to use the handy process outlined here to build connection strings using a .udl file. This allows you to test them from within the udl file to ensure that you can connect before you run any code.

Hope that helps.

How to create nonexistent subdirectories recursively using Bash?

$ mkdir -p "$BACKUP_DIR/$client/$year/$month/$day"

"The transaction log for database is full due to 'LOG_BACKUP'" in a shared host

Occasionally when a disk runs out of space, the message "transaction log for database XXXXXXXXXX is full due to 'LOG_BACKUP'" will be returned when an update SQL statement fails. Check your diskspace :)

Define global variable with webpack

You can use define window.myvar = {}. When you want to use it, you can use like window.myvar = 1

Python's most efficient way to choose longest string in list?

To get the smallest or largest item in a list, use the built-in min and max functions:

 lo = min(L)
 hi = max(L)  

As with sort, you can pass in a "key" argument that is used to map the list items before they are compared:

 lo = min(L, key=int)
 hi = max(L, key=int)

http://effbot.org/zone/python-list.htm

Looks like you could use the max function if you map it correctly for strings and use that as the comparison. I would recommend just finding the max once though of course, not for each element in the list.

Simple and clean way to convert JSON string to Object in Swift

Use swiftyJson swiftyJson

platform :ios, '8.0'
use_frameworks!

target 'MyApp' do
pod 'SwiftyJSON', '~> 4.0'
end

Usage

import SwiftyJSON

let json = JSON(jsonObject)

let id = json["Id"].intValue
let name = json["Name"].stringValue
let lat = json["Latitude"].stringValue
let long = json["Longitude"].stringValue
let address = json["Address"].stringValue
            
print(id)
print(name)
print(lat)
print(long)
print(address)

EF Migrations: Rollback last applied migration?

In EntityFrameworkCore:

Update-Database 20161012160749_AddedOrderToCourse

where 20161012160749_AddedOrderToCourse is a name of migration you want to rollback to.

How to use PHP with Visual Studio

Try Visual Studio Code. Very good support for PHP and other languages directly or via extensions. It can not replace power of Visual Studio but it is powerful addition to Visual Studio. And you can run it on all OS (Windows, Linux, Mac...).

https://code.visualstudio.com/

How to get the Full file path from URI

String uri_path = "file:///mnt/sdcard/FileName.mp3";
File f = new removeUriFromPath(uri_path));
public static String removeUriFromPath(String uri)
{
  return  uri.substring(7, uri.length());
}

What is the standard way to add N seconds to datetime.time in Python?

You can use full datetime variables with timedelta, and by providing a dummy date then using time to just get the time value.

For example:

import datetime
a = datetime.datetime(100,1,1,11,34,59)
b = a + datetime.timedelta(0,3) # days, seconds, then other fields.
print(a.time())
print(b.time())

results in the two values, three seconds apart:

11:34:59
11:35:02

You could also opt for the more readable

b = a + datetime.timedelta(seconds=3)

if you're so inclined.


If you're after a function that can do this, you can look into using addSecs below:

import datetime

def addSecs(tm, secs):
    fulldate = datetime.datetime(100, 1, 1, tm.hour, tm.minute, tm.second)
    fulldate = fulldate + datetime.timedelta(seconds=secs)
    return fulldate.time()

a = datetime.datetime.now().time()
b = addSecs(a, 300)
print(a)
print(b)

This outputs:

 09:11:55.775695
 09:16:55

Django upgrading to 1.9 error "AppRegistryNotReady: Apps aren't loaded yet."

If your setting.py files fill are correct,you can try to arrive manage.py files proceed call danjgo.setup() in main method . Then run manage.py ,finally again run project ,the issue could disappear.

Differences between unique_ptr and shared_ptr

When wrapping a pointer in a unique_ptr you cannot have multiple copies of unique_ptr. The shared_ptr holds a reference counter which count the number of copies of the stored pointer. Each time a shared_ptr is copied, this counter is incremented. Each time a shared_ptr is destructed, this counter is decremented. When this counter reaches 0, then the stored object is destroyed.

How do you kill a Thread in Java?

See this thread by Sun on why they deprecated Thread.stop(). It goes into detail about why this was a bad method and what should be done to safely stop threads in general.

The way they recommend is to use a shared variable as a flag which asks the background thread to stop. This variable can then be set by a different object requesting the thread terminate.

How do I delete everything in Redis?

i think sometimes stop the redis-server and delete rdb,aof files? make sure there’s no data can be reloading. then start the redis-server,now it's new and empty.

SQLAlchemy: What's the difference between flush() and commit()?

Use flush when you need to write, for example to get a primary key ID from an autoincrementing counter.

john=Person(name='John Smith', parent=None)
session.add(john)
session.flush()

son=Person(name='Bill Smith', parent=john.id)

Without flushing, john would never get an ID from the DB and so couldn't represent the parent/child relationship in code.

Like others have said, without commit() none of this will be permanently persisted to DB.

Default port for SQL Server

You can use SQL Configuration Manager to set individual IP addresses to use dynamic ports or not (value of 0 = yes, use dynamic port), and to set the TCP port used for each IP.

But be careful: I recommend first mapping out your instances, IPs, and ports, and planning such that no instances or IPs step on each other before starting to make changes willy-nilly.

ALTER TABLE add constraint

Omit the parenthesis:

ALTER TABLE User 
    ADD CONSTRAINT userProperties
    FOREIGN KEY(properties)
    REFERENCES Properties(ID)

Gradle sync failed: failed to find Build Tools revision 24.0.0 rc1

I had same problem and eventually found out that in file build.gradle the version does not match the version of buildTools in my installed sdk. (because I imported project done at home on different computed with updated sdk)

before:

  • build.gradle(app): buildToolsVersion "24.0.2"

  • Android\sdk\build-tools: file "25.0.1"

fixed: build.gradle(app): buildToolsVersion "25.0.1"

Then just sync your project with gradle files and it should work.

Change :hover CSS properties with JavaScript

This is not actually adding the CSS to the cell, but gives the same effect. While providing the same result as others above, this version is a little more intuitive to me, but I'm a novice, so take it for what it's worth:

$(".hoverCell").bind('mouseover', function() {
    var old_color = $(this).css("background-color");
    $(this)[0].style.backgroundColor = '#ffff00';

    $(".hoverCell").bind('mouseout', function () {
        $(this)[0].style.backgroundColor = old_color;
    });
});

This requires setting the Class for each of the cells you want to highlight to "hoverCell".

Spring Boot REST service exception handling

Solution with dispatcherServlet.setThrowExceptionIfNoHandlerFound(true); and @EnableWebMvc @ControllerAdvice worked for me with Spring Boot 1.3.1, while was not working on 1.2.7

It is more efficient to use if-return-return or if-else-return?

Since the return statement terminates the execution of the current function, the two forms are equivalent (although the second one is arguably more readable than the first).

The efficiency of both forms is comparable, the underlying machine code has to perform a jump if the if condition is false anyway.

Note that Python supports a syntax that allows you to use only one return statement in your case:

return A+1 if A > B else A-1

Twitter Bootstrap - full width navbar

To remove the border-radius on the corners add this style to your custom.css file

    .navbar-inner{
       -webkit-border-radius: 0; -moz-border-radius: 0; border-radius: 0;
    }

JSON Invalid UTF-8 middle byte

client text protocol

POST http://127.0.0.1/bom/create HTTP/1.1
Content-Type: application/json
User-Agent: PostmanRuntime/7.25.0
Accept: */*
Postman-Token: 50ecfbfe-741f-4a2b-a3d3-cdf162ada27f
Host: 127.0.0.1
Accept-Encoding: gzip, deflate, br
Connection: keep-alive
Content-Length: 405

{
  "fwoid": 1,
  "list": [
    {
      "bomIndex": "10001",
      "desc": "?GH 1.25 13pin ???? ??",
      "pn": "084.0001.0036",
      "preUse": 1,
      "type": "?? ???-??PCB??"
    },
     {
      "bomIndex": "10002",
      "desc": "????-?????",
      "pn": "Z.08.013.0051",
      "preUse": 1,
      "type": "E060A0302301"
    }
  ]
}
HTTP/1.1 200 OK
Connection: keep-alive
Vary: Origin
Vary: Access-Control-Request-Method
Vary: Access-Control-Request-Headers
Content-Type: application/json
Date: Mon, 01 Jun 2020 11:23:42 GMT
Content-Length: 40

{"code":"0","message":"BOM????"}

a springboot Controller code as below:

@PostMapping("/bom/create")
@ApiOperation(value = "??BOM")
@BusinessOperation(module = "BOM",methods = "??BOM")
public JsonResult save(@RequestBody BOMSaveQuery query)
{
    return bomService.saveBomList(query);
}

when i debug on loopback interface,it works ok. while deploy on internet server via bat command, i got an error

ServletInvocableHandlerMethod - Could not resolve parameter [0] in public XXXController.save(com.h2.mes.query.BOMSaveQuery): JSON parse error: Invalid UTF-8 middle byte 0x3f; nested exception is com.fasterxml.jackson.databind.JsonMappingException: Invalid UTF-8 middle byte 0x3f
 at [Source: (PushbackInputStream); line: 9, column: 32] (through reference chain: com.h2.mes.query.BOMSaveQuery["list"]->java.util.ArrayList[0]->com.h2.mes.vo.BOMVO["type"])
2020-06-01 15:37:50.251 MES [XNIO-1 task-13] WARN  o.s.w.s.m.s.DefaultHandlerExceptionResolver - Resolved [org.springframework.http.converter.HttpMessageNotReadableException: JSON parse error: Invalid UTF-8 middle byte 0x3f; nested exception is com.fasterxml.jackson.databind.JsonMappingException: Invalid UTF-8 middle byte 0x3f
 at [Source: (PushbackInputStream); line: 9, column: 32] (through reference chain: com.h2.mes.query.BOMSaveQuery["list"]->java.util.ArrayList[0]->com.h2.mes.vo.BOMVO["type"])]
2020-06-01 15:37:50.251 MES [XNIO-1 task-13] DEBUG o.s.web.servlet.DispatcherServlet - Completed 400 BAD_REQUEST
2020-06-01 15:37:50.251 MES [XNIO-1 task-13] DEBUG o.s.web.servlet.DispatcherServlet - "ERROR" dispatch for POST "/error", parameters={}

add a jvm arguement works for me. java -Dfile.encoding=UTF-8

connecting to phpMyAdmin database with PHP/MySQL

Connect to MySQL

<?php

/*** mysql hostname ***/
$hostname = 'localhost';

/*** mysql username ***/
$username = 'username';

/*** mysql password ***/
$password = 'password';

try {
    $dbh = new PDO("mysql:host=$hostname;dbname=mysql", $username, $password);
    /*** echo a message saying we have connected ***/
    echo 'Connected to database';
    }
catch(PDOException $e)
    {
    echo $e->getMessage();
    }
?>

Also mysqli_connect() function to open a new connection to the MySQL server.

<?php
// Create connection
$con=mysqli_connect(host,username,password,dbname); 

// Check connection
if (mysqli_connect_errno())
  {
  echo "Failed to connect to MySQL: " . mysqli_connect_error();
  }
?> 

Method with a bool return

Long version:

private bool booleanMethod () {
    if (your_condition) {
        return true;
    } else {
        return false;
    }
}

But since you are using the outcome of your condition as the result of the method you can shorten it to

private bool booleanMethod () {
    return your_condition;
}

Removing all empty elements from a hash / YAML?

Here is something I have:

# recursively remove empty keys (hashes), values (array), hashes and arrays from hash or array
def sanitize data
  case data
  when Array
    data.delete_if { |value| res = sanitize(value); res.blank? }
  when Hash
    data.delete_if { |_, value| res = sanitize(value); res.blank? }
  end
  data.blank? ? nil : data
end

How to determine the current shell I'm working on

You can try:

ps | grep `echo $$` | awk '{ print $4 }'

Or:

echo $SHELL

How to add calendar events in Android?

Try this in your code:

Calendar cal = Calendar.getInstance();              
Intent intent = new Intent(Intent.ACTION_EDIT);
intent.setType("vnd.android.cursor.item/event");
intent.putExtra("beginTime", cal.getTimeInMillis());
intent.putExtra("allDay", true);
intent.putExtra("rrule", "FREQ=YEARLY");
intent.putExtra("endTime", cal.getTimeInMillis()+60*60*1000);
intent.putExtra("title", "A Test Event from android app");
startActivity(intent);

Load vs. Stress testing

-> Testing the app with maximum number of user and input is defined as load testing. While testing the app with more than maximum number of user and input is defined as stress testing.

->In Load testing we measure the system performance based on a volume of users. While in Stress testing we measure the breakpoint of a system.

->Load Testing is testing the application for a given load requirements which may include any of the following criteria:

 .Total number of users.

 .Response Time

 .Through Put

Some parameters to check State of servers/application.

-> While stress testing is testing the application for unexpected load. It includes

 .Vusers

 .Think-Time

Example:

If an app is build for 500 users, then for load testing we check up to 500 users and for stress testing we check greater than 500.

How to make a gui in python

Tkinter is the "standard" GUI for Python, meaning it should be available with every Python installation.

In terms of learning it, and particularly learning how to use recent versions of Tkinter (which have improved a lot), I very highly recommend the TkDocs tutorial that I put together a while back - see http://www.tkdocs.com

Loaded with examples, covers basic concepts and all of the core widgets.

Exception: There is already an open DataReader associated with this Connection which must be closed first

This exception also happens if don't use transactions properly. In my case, I put transaction.Commit() right after command.ExecuteReaderAsync(), and did not wait to commit the transaction until reader.ReadAsync() were called. The proper order:

  1. Create transaction.
  2. Create reader.
  3. Read the data.
  4. Commit the transaction.

Equation for testing if a point is inside a circle

As said above -- use Euclidean distance.

from math import hypot

def in_radius(c_x, c_y, r, x, y):
    return math.hypot(c_x-x, c_y-y) <= r

How can I get my Android device country code without using GPS?

If you wish to get the country code without asking for any permission, you can choose a tricky way.

The method simply uses an API to get the country code, and there aren't any third-party libraries to depend on. We can create one for us.

Here I have used Google Cloud Functions to write an API and it is so effortless.

Step 1: Create a Google Cloud Account, and set up billing (the free tier is enough)

Step 2: Create a cloud function to get the geo location

Copy this basic function to the code editor of index.js:

const cors = require('cors')

function _geolocation(req, res) {
  const data = {
    country_code: req.headers["x-appengine-country"],
    region: req.headers["x-appengine-region"],
    city: req.headers["x-appengine-city"],
    cityLatLong: req.headers["x-appengine-citylatlong"],
    userIP: req.headers["x-appengine-user-ip"]
  }

  res.json(data)
};

exports.geolocation = (req, res) => {
  const corsHandler = cors({ origin: true })

  return corsHandler(req, res, function() {
    return _geolocation(req, res);
  });
};

Also we need to copy the package.json definition:

{
  "name": "gfc-geolocation",
  "version": "0.0.1",
  "dependencies": {
    "cors": "^2.8.4"
  }
}

Step 3: finish, and get the URL similar to: "https://us-central1-geolocation-mods-sdde.cloudfunctions.net/geolocation"

Step 4: parse the JSON response and get the country code

The response will look like:

{
   "country": "IN",
   "region": "kl",
   "city": "kochi",
   "cityLatLong": "9.9312,76.2673",
   "userIP": "xx.xx.xx.xx"
}

Thanks and credits go to the Medium article: Free IP-based Geolocation with Google Cloud Functions

understanding private setters

Say for instance, you do not store the actual variable through the property or use the value to calculate something.

In such case you can either create a method to do your calculation

private void Calculate(int value)
{
 //...
}

Or you can do so using

public int MyProperty {get; private set;}

In those cases I would recommend to use the later, as properties refactor each member element intact.

Other than that, if even say you map the property with a Variable. In such a case, within your code you want to write like this :

public int myprop;
public int MyProperty {get { return myprop;}}

... ...

this.myprop = 30;

... ...
if(this.MyProperty > 5)
   this.myprop = 40;

The code above looks horrible as the programmer need always cautious to use MyProperty for Get and myprop for Set.

Rether for consistency you can use a Private setter which makes the Propoerty readonly outside while you can use its setter inside in your code.

Batch file: Find if substring is in string (not in a file)

You can pipe the source string to findstr and check the value of ERRORLEVEL to see if the pattern string was found. A value of zero indicates success and the pattern was found. Here is an example:

::
: Y.CMD - Test if pattern in string
: P1 - the pattern
: P2 - the string to check
::
@echo off

echo.%2 | findstr /C:"%1" 1>nul

if errorlevel 1 (
  echo. got one - pattern not found
) ELSE (
  echo. got zero - found pattern
)

When this is run in CMD.EXE, we get:

C:\DemoDev>y pqrs "abc def pqr 123"
 got one - pattern not found

C:\DemoDev>y pqr "abc def pqr 123" 
 got zero - found pattern

In Spring MVC, how can I set the mime type header when using @ResponseBody

I would consider to refactor the service to return your domain object rather than JSON strings and let Spring handle the serialization (via the MappingJacksonHttpMessageConverter as you write). As of Spring 3.1, the implementation looks quite neat:

@RequestMapping(produces = MediaType.APPLICATION_JSON_VALUE, 
    method = RequestMethod.GET
    value = "/foo/bar")
@ResponseBody
public Bar fooBar(){
    return myService.getBar();
}

Comments:

First, the <mvc:annotation-driven /> or the @EnableWebMvc must be added to your application config.

Next, the produces attribute of the @RequestMapping annotation is used to specify the content type of the response. Consequently, it should be set to MediaType.APPLICATION_JSON_VALUE (or "application/json").

Lastly, Jackson must be added so that any serialization and de-serialization between Java and JSON will be handled automatically by Spring (the Jackson dependency is detected by Spring and the MappingJacksonHttpMessageConverter will be under the hood).

Generating HTML email body in C#

Emitting handbuilt html like this is probably the best way so long as the markup isn't too complicated. The stringbuilder only starts to pay you back in terms of efficiency after about three concatenations, so for really simple stuff string + string will do.

Other than that you can start to use the html controls (System.Web.UI.HtmlControls) and render them, that way you can sometimes inherit them and make your own clasess for complex conditional layout.

Is there a MySQL option/feature to track history of changes to records?

Why not simply use bin log files? If the replication is set on the Mysql server, and binlog file format is set to ROW, then all the changes could be captured.

A good python library called noplay can be used. More info here.

How do I translate an ISO 8601 datetime string into a Python datetime object?

Since Python 3.7 and no external libraries, you can use the strptime function from the datetime module:

datetime.datetime.strptime('2019-01-04T16:41:24+0200', "%Y-%m-%dT%H:%M:%S%z")

For more formatting options, see here.

Python 2 doesn't support the %z format specifier, so it's best to explicitly use Zulu time everywhere if possible:

datetime.datetime.strptime("2007-03-04T21:08:12Z", "%Y-%m-%dT%H:%M:%SZ")

How to set-up a favicon?

This method is recommended

<link rel="icon" 
  type="image/png" 
  href="/somewhere/myicon.png" />

File path to resource in our war/WEB-INF folder?

Now with Java EE 7 you can find the resource more easily with

InputStream resource = getServletContext().getResourceAsStream("/WEB-INF/my.json");

https://docs.oracle.com/javaee/7/api/javax/servlet/GenericServlet.html#getServletContext--

How can I write an anonymous function in Java?

if you mean an anonymous function, and are using a version of Java before Java 8, then in a word, no. (Read about lambda expressions if you use Java 8+)

However, you can implement an interface with a function like so :

Comparator<String> c = new Comparator<String>() {
    int compare(String s, String s2) { ... }
};

and you can use this with inner classes to get an almost-anonymous function :)

Objects are not valid as a React child. If you meant to render a collection of children, use an array instead

Had the same issue, In my case I had 1. Parse the string into Json 2. Ensure that when I render my view does not try to display the whole object, but object.value

data = [
{
    "id": 1,
    "name": "Home Page",
    "info": "This little bit of info is being loaded from a Rails 
    API.",
    "created_at": "2018-09-18T16:39:22.184Z",
    "updated_at": "2018-09-18T16:39:22.184Z"
}];
var jsonData = JSON.parse(data)

Then my view

return (
<View style={styles.container}>
  <FlatList
    data={jsonData}
    renderItem={({ item }) => <Item title={item.name} />}
    keyExtractor={item => item.id}
  />
</View>);

Because I'm using an array, I used flat list to display, and ensured I work with object.value, not object otherwise you'll get the same issue

Difference between Convert.ToString() and .ToString()

I agree with @Ryan's answer. By the way, starting with C#6.0 for this purpose you can use:

someString?.ToString() ?? string.Empty;

or

$"{someString}"; // I do not recommend this approach, although this is the most concise option.

instead of

Convert.ToString(someString);

How to read multiple Integer values from a single line of input in Java?

I use it all the time on hackerrank/leetcode

    BufferedReader br = new BufferedReader(new InputStreamReader(System.in));
    String  lines = br.readLine();    
        
    String[] strs = lines.trim().split("\\s+");
            
    for (int i = 0; i < strs.length; i++) {
    a[i] = Integer.parseInt(strs[i]);
    }

How do I add all new files to SVN

I am a newbie to svn version control. However, for the case when people want to add files without ignoring the already set svn:ignore properties, I solved the issue as below

  1. svn add --depth empty path/to/directory
  2. Execute "svn propset svn:ignore -F ignoreList.txt --recursive" from the location where the ignoreList.txt resides. In my case this file was residing two directories above the "path/to/directory", which I wanted to add. Note that ignoreList.txt contains the file extensions I want svn to ignore, e.g. *.aux etc.
  3. svn add --force path/to/directory/.

The above steps worked.

Object Required Error in excel VBA

The Set statement is only used for object variables (like Range, Cell or Worksheet in Excel), while the simple equal sign '=' is used for elementary datatypes like Integer. You can find a good explanation for when to use set here.

The other problem is, that your variable g1val isn't actually declared as Integer, but has the type Variant. This is because the Dim statement doesn't work the way you would expect it, here (see example below). The variable has to be followed by its type right away, otherwise its type will default to Variant. You can only shorten your Dim statement this way:

Dim intColumn As Integer, intRow As Integer  'This creates two integers

For this reason, you will see the "Empty" instead of the expected "0" in the Watches window.

Try this example to understand the difference:

Sub Dimming()

  Dim thisBecomesVariant, thisIsAnInteger As Integer
  Dim integerOne As Integer, integerTwo As Integer

  MsgBox TypeName(thisBecomesVariant)  'Will display "Empty"
  MsgBox TypeName(thisIsAnInteger )  'Will display "Integer"
  MsgBox TypeName(integerOne )  'Will display "Integer"
  MsgBox TypeName(integerTwo )  'Will display "Integer"

  'By assigning an Integer value to a Variant it becomes Integer, too
  thisBecomesVariant = 0
  MsgBox TypeName(thisBecomesVariant)  'Will display "Integer"

End Sub

Two further notices on your code:

First remark: Instead of writing

'If g1val is bigger than the value in the current cell
If g1val > Cells(33, i).Value Then
  g1val = g1val   'Don't change g1val
Else
  g1val = Cells(33, i).Value  'Otherwise set g1val to the cell's value
End If

you could simply write

'If g1val is smaller or equal than the value in the current cell
If g1val <= Cells(33, i).Value Then
  g1val = Cells(33, i).Value  'Set g1val to the cell's value 
End If

Since you don't want to change g1val in the other case.

Second remark: I encourage you to use Option Explicit when programming, to prevent typos in your program. You will then have to declare all variables and the compiler will give you a warning if a variable is unknown.

what is Segmentation fault (core dumped)?

"Segmentation fault" means that you tried to access memory that you do not have access to.

The first problem is with your arguments of main. The main function should be int main(int argc, char *argv[]), and you should check that argc is at least 2 before accessing argv[1].

Also, since you're passing in a float to printf (which, by the way, gets converted to a double when passing to printf), you should use the %f format specifier. The %s format specifier is for strings ('\0'-terminated character arrays).