Programs & Examples On #Variables

THIS IS AMBIGUOUS; USE SPECIFIC-LANGUAGE TAGS WHENEVER APPLICABLE. A variable is a named data storage location in memory. Using variables, a computer program can store numbers, text, binary data, or a combination of any of these data types. They can be passed around in the program.

How do I use this JavaScript variable in HTML?

You can create a <p> element:

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<!DOCTYPE html>_x000D_
<html>_x000D_
  <script>_x000D_
  var name = prompt("What's your name?");_x000D_
  var lengthOfName = name.length_x000D_
  p = document.createElement("p");_x000D_
  p.innerHTML = "Your name is "+lengthOfName+" characters long.";_x000D_
  document.body.appendChild(p);_x000D_
  </script>_x000D_
  <body>_x000D_
  </body>_x000D_
  </html>
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How can I do division with variables in a Linux shell?

Why not use let; I find it much easier. Here's an example you may find useful:

start=`date +%s`
# ... do something that takes a while ...
sleep 71

end=`date +%s`
let deltatime=end-start
let hours=deltatime/3600
let minutes=(deltatime/60)%60
let seconds=deltatime%60
printf "Time spent: %d:%02d:%02d\n" $hours $minutes $seconds

Another simple example - calculate number of days since 1970:

let days=$(date +%s)/86400

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

Via Crockford:

function typeOf(value) {
    var s = typeof value;
    if (s === 'object') {
        if (value) {
            if (value instanceof Array) {
                s = 'array';
            }
        } else {
            s = 'null';
        }
    }
    return s;
}

The main failing Crockford mentions is an inability to correctly determine arrays that were created in a different context, e.g., window. That page has a much more sophisticated version if this is insufficient.

Dynamic variable names in Bash

Beyond associative arrays, there are several ways of achieving dynamic variables in Bash. Note that all these techniques present risks, which are discussed at the end of this answer.

In the following examples I will assume that i=37 and that you want to alias the variable named var_37 whose initial value is lolilol.

Method 1. Using a “pointer” variable

You can simply store the name of the variable in an indirection variable, not unlike a C pointer. Bash then has a syntax for reading the aliased variable: ${!name} expands to the value of the variable whose name is the value of the variable name. You can think of it as a two-stage expansion: ${!name} expands to $var_37, which expands to lolilol.

name="var_$i"
echo "$name"         # outputs “var_37”
echo "${!name}"      # outputs “lolilol”
echo "${!name%lol}"  # outputs “loli”
# etc.

Unfortunately, there is no counterpart syntax for modifying the aliased variable. Instead, you can achieve assignment with one of the following tricks.

1a. Assigning with eval

eval is evil, but is also the simplest and most portable way of achieving our goal. You have to carefully escape the right-hand side of the assignment, as it will be evaluated twice. An easy and systematic way of doing this is to evaluate the right-hand side beforehand (or to use printf %q).

And you should check manually that the left-hand side is a valid variable name, or a name with index (what if it was evil_code # ?). By contrast, all other methods below enforce it automatically.

# check that name is a valid variable name:
# note: this code does not support variable_name[index]
shopt -s globasciiranges
[[ "$name" == [a-zA-Z_]*([a-zA-Z_0-9]) ]] || exit

value='babibab'
eval "$name"='$value'  # carefully escape the right-hand side!
echo "$var_37"  # outputs “babibab”

Downsides:

  • does not check the validity of the variable name.
  • eval is evil.
  • eval is evil.
  • eval is evil.

1b. Assigning with read

The read builtin lets you assign values to a variable of which you give the name, a fact which can be exploited in conjunction with here-strings:

IFS= read -r -d '' "$name" <<< 'babibab'
echo "$var_37"  # outputs “babibab\n”

The IFS part and the option -r make sure that the value is assigned as-is, while the option -d '' allows to assign multi-line values. Because of this last option, the command returns with an non-zero exit code.

Note that, since we are using a here-string, a newline character is appended to the value.

Downsides:

  • somewhat obscure;
  • returns with a non-zero exit code;
  • appends a newline to the value.

1c. Assigning with printf

Since Bash 3.1 (released 2005), the printf builtin can also assign its result to a variable whose name is given. By contrast with the previous solutions, it just works, no extra effort is needed to escape things, to prevent splitting and so on.

printf -v "$name" '%s' 'babibab'
echo "$var_37"  # outputs “babibab”

Downsides:

  • Less portable (but, well).

Method 2. Using a “reference” variable

Since Bash 4.3 (released 2014), the declare builtin has an option -n for creating a variable which is a “name reference” to another variable, much like C++ references. Just as in Method 1, the reference stores the name of the aliased variable, but each time the reference is accessed (either for reading or assigning), Bash automatically resolves the indirection.

In addition, Bash has a special and very confusing syntax for getting the value of the reference itself, judge by yourself: ${!ref}.

declare -n ref="var_$i"
echo "${!ref}"  # outputs “var_37”
echo "$ref"     # outputs “lolilol”
ref='babibab'
echo "$var_37"  # outputs “babibab”

This does not avoid the pitfalls explained below, but at least it makes the syntax straightforward.

Downsides:

  • Not portable.

Risks

All these aliasing techniques present several risks. The first one is executing arbitrary code each time you resolve the indirection (either for reading or for assigning). Indeed, instead of a scalar variable name, like var_37, you may as well alias an array subscript, like arr[42]. But Bash evaluates the contents of the square brackets each time it is needed, so aliasing arr[$(do_evil)] will have unexpected effects… As a consequence, only use these techniques when you control the provenance of the alias.

function guillemots() {
  declare -n var="$1"
  var="«${var}»"
}

arr=( aaa bbb ccc )
guillemots 'arr[1]'  # modifies the second cell of the array, as expected
guillemots 'arr[$(date>>date.out)1]'  # writes twice into date.out
            # (once when expanding var, once when assigning to it)

The second risk is creating a cyclic alias. As Bash variables are identified by their name and not by their scope, you may inadvertently create an alias to itself (while thinking it would alias a variable from an enclosing scope). This may happen in particular when using common variable names (like var). As a consequence, only use these techniques when you control the name of the aliased variable.

function guillemots() {
  # var is intended to be local to the function,
  # aliasing a variable which comes from outside
  declare -n var="$1"
  var="«${var}»"
}

var='lolilol'
guillemots var  # Bash warnings: “var: circular name reference”
echo "$var"     # outputs anything!

Source:

Calling a JavaScript function named in a variable

I'd avoid eval.

To solve this problem, you should know these things about JavaScript.

  1. Functions are first-class objects, so they can be properties of an object (in which case they are called methods) or even elements of arrays.
  2. If you aren't choosing the object a function belongs to, it belongs to the global scope. In the browser, that means you're hanging it on the object named "window," which is where globals live.
  3. Arrays and objects are intimately related. (Rumor is they might even be the result of incest!) You can often substitute using a dot . rather than square brackets [], or vice versa.

Your problem is a result of considering the dot manner of reference rather than the square bracket manner.

So, why not something like,

window["functionName"]();

That's assuming your function lives in the global space. If you've namespaced, then:

myNameSpace["functionName"]();

Avoid eval, and avoid passing a string in to setTimeout and setInterval. I write a lot of JS, and I NEVER need eval. "Needing" eval comes from not knowing the language deeply enough. You need to learn about scoping, context, and syntax. If you're ever stuck with an eval, just ask--you'll learn quickly.

Passing javascript variable to html textbox

document.getElementById("txtBillingGroupName").value = groupName;

Declaring multiple variables in JavaScript

My only, yet essential, use for a comma is in a for loop:

for (var i = 0, n = a.length; i < n; i++) {
  var e = a[i];
  console.log(e);
}

I went here to look up whether this is OK in JavaScript.

Even seeing it work, a question remained whether n is local to the function.

This verifies n is local:

a = [3, 5, 7, 11];
(function l () { for (var i = 0, n = a.length; i < n; i++) {
  var e = a[i];
  console.log(e);
}}) ();
console.log(typeof n == "undefined" ?
  "as expected, n was local" : "oops, n was global");

For a moment I wasn't sure, switching between languages.

How do I save and restore multiple variables in python?

Another approach to saving multiple variables to a pickle file is:

import pickle

a = 3; b = [11,223,435];
pickle.dump([a,b], open("trial.p", "wb"))

c,d = pickle.load(open("trial.p","rb"))

print(c,d) ## To verify

Declaring variable workbook / Worksheet vba

Try changing the name of the variable as sometimes it clashes with other modules/subs

 Dim Workbk As Workbook
 Dim Worksh As Worksheet

But also, try

 Set ws = wb.Sheets("name")

I can't remember if it works with Sheet

JavaScript OR (||) variable assignment explanation

Javascript variables are not typed, so f can be assigned an integer value even though it's been assigned through boolean operators.

f is assigned the nearest value that is not equivalent to false. So 0, false, null, undefined, are all passed over:

alert(null || undefined || false || '' || 0 || 4 || 'bar'); // alerts '4'

Add php variable inside echo statement as href link address?

as simple as that: echo '<a href="'.$link_address.'">Link</a>';

How to trim whitespace from a Bash variable?

I've always done it with sed

  var=`hg st -R "$path" | sed -e 's/  *$//'`

If there is a more elegant solution, I hope somebody posts it.

Declare variable in SQLite and use it

Try using Binding Values. You cannot use variables as you do in T-SQL but you can use "parameters". I hope the following link is usefull.Binding Values

PHP MySQL Query Where x = $variable

$result = mysqli_query($con,"SELECT `note` FROM `glogin_users` WHERE email = '".$email."'");
while($row = mysqli_fetch_array($result))
echo $row['note'];

What's the scope of a variable initialized in an if statement?

Python variables are scoped to the innermost function, class, or module in which they're assigned. Control blocks like if and while blocks don't count, so a variable assigned inside an if is still scoped to a function, class, or module.

(Implicit functions defined by a generator expression or list/set/dict comprehension do count, as do lambda expressions. You can't stuff an assignment statement into any of those, but lambda parameters and for clause targets are implicit assignment.)

if variable contains

You might want indexOf

if (code.indexOf("ST1") >= 0) { ... }
else if (code.indexOf("ST2") >= 0) { ... }

It checks if contains is anywhere in the string variable code. This requires code to be a string. If you want this solution to be case-insensitive you have to change the case to all the same with either String.toLowerCase() or String.toUpperCase().

You could also work with a switch statement like

switch (true) {
    case (code.indexOf('ST1') >= 0):
        document.write('code contains "ST1"');
        break;
    case (code.indexOf('ST2') >= 0):
        document.write('code contains "ST2"');        
        break;        
    case (code.indexOf('ST3') >= 0):
        document.write('code contains "ST3"');
        break;        
    }?

How to split one string into multiple variables in bash shell?

If you know it's going to be just two fields, you can skip the extra subprocesses like this:

var1=${STR%-*}
var2=${STR#*-}

What does this do? ${STR%-*} deletes the shortest substring of $STR that matches the pattern -* starting from the end of the string. ${STR#*-} does the same, but with the *- pattern and starting from the beginning of the string. They each have counterparts %% and ## which find the longest anchored pattern match. If anyone has a helpful mnemonic to remember which does which, let me know! I always have to try both to remember.

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

In MySQL, @variable indicates a user-defined variable. You can define your own.

SET @a = 'test';
SELECT @a;

Outside of stored programs, a variable, without @, is a system variable, which you cannot define yourself.

The scope of this variable is the entire session. That means that while your connection with the database exists, the variable can still be used.

This is in contrast with MSSQL, where the variable will only be available in the current batch of queries (stored procedure, script, or otherwise). It will not be available in a different batch in the same session.

Passing a variable from one php include file to another: global vs. not

When including files in PHP, it acts like the code exists within the file they are being included from. Imagine copy and pasting the code from within each of your included files directly into your index.php. That is how PHP works with includes.

So, in your example, since you've set a variable called $name in your front.inc file, and then included both front.inc and end.inc in your index.php, you will be able to echo the variable $name anywhere after the include of front.inc within your index.php. Again, PHP processes your index.php as if the code from the two files you are including are part of the file.

When you place an echo within an included file, to a variable that is not defined within itself, you're not going to get a result because it is treated separately then any other included file.

In other words, to do the behavior you're expecting, you will need to define it as a global.

python: how to identify if a variable is an array or a scalar

Is there an equivalent to isscalar() in numpy? Yes.

>>> np.isscalar(3.1)
True
>>> np.isscalar([3.1])
False
>>> np.isscalar(False)
True
>>> np.isscalar('abcd')
True

How do I put variable values into a text string in MATLAB?

Here's how you convert numbers to strings, and join strings to other things (it's weird):

>> ['the number is ' num2str(15) '.']
ans =
the number is 15.

ReferenceError: variable is not defined

Got the error (in the function init) with the following code ;

"use strict" ;

var hdr ;

function init(){ // called on load
    hdr = document.getElementById("hdr");
}

... while using the stock browser on a Samsung galaxy Fame ( crap phone which makes it a good tester ) - userAgent ; Mozilla/5.0 (Linux; U; Android 4.1.2; en-gb; GT-S6810P Build/JZO54K) AppleWebKit/534.30 (KHTML, like Gecko) Version/4.0 Mobile Safari/534.30

The same code works everywhere else I tried including the stock browser on an older HTC phone - userAgent ; Mozilla/5.0 (Linux; U; Android 2.3.5; en-gb; HTC_WildfireS_A510e Build/GRJ90) AppleWebKit/533.1 (KHTML, like Gecko) Version/4.0 Mobile Safari/533.1

The fix for this was to change

var hdr ;

to

var hdr = null ;

JavaScript - Use variable in string match

Example. To find number of vowels within the string

var word='Web Development Tutorial';
var vowels='[aeiou]'; 
var re = new RegExp(vowels, 'gi');
var arr = word.match(re);
document.write(arr.length);

JUnit Testing private variables?

Despite the danger of stating the obvious: With a unit test you want to test the correct behaviour of the object - and this is defined in terms of its public interface. You are not interested in how the object accomplishes this task - this is an implementation detail and not visible to the outside. This is one of the things why OO was invented: That implementation details are hidden. So there is no point in testing private members. You said you need 100% coverage. If there is a piece of code that cannot be tested by using the public interface of the object, then this piece of code is actually never called and hence not testable. Remove it.

Removing double quotes from variables in batch file creates problems with CMD environment

I usually just remove all quotes from my variables with:

set var=%var:"=%

And then apply them again wherever I need them e.g.:

echo "%var%"

When should an Excel VBA variable be killed or set to Nothing?

VBA uses a garbage collector which is implemented by reference counting.

There can be multiple references to a given object (for example, Dim aw = ActiveWorkbook creates a new reference to Active Workbook), so the garbage collector only cleans up an object when it is clear that there are no other references. Setting to Nothing is an explicit way of decrementing the reference count. The count is implicitly decremented when you exit scope.

Strictly speaking, in modern Excel versions (2010+) setting to Nothing isn't necessary, but there were issues with older versions of Excel (for which the workaround was to explicitly set)

Non-static variable cannot be referenced from a static context

Let's analyze your program first.. In your program, your first method is main(), and keep it in mind it is the static method... Then you declare the local variable for that method (compareCount, low, high, etc..). The scope of this variable is only the declared method, regardless of it being a static or non static method. So you can't use those variables outside that method. This is the basic error u made.

Then we come to next point. You told static is killing you. (It may be killing you but it only gives life to your program!!) First you must understand the basic thing. *Static method calls only the static method and use only the static variable. *Static variable or static method are not dependent on any instance of that class. (i.e. If you change any state of the static variable it will reflect in all objects of the class) *Because of this you call it as a class variable or a class method. And a lot more is there about the "static" keyword. I hope now you get the idea. First change the scope of the variable and declare it as a static (to be able to use it in static methods).

And the advice for you is: you misunderstood the idea of the scope of the variables and static functionalities. Get clear idea about that.

How do I add space between two variables after a print in Python

A simple way would be:

print str(count) + '  ' + str(conv)

If you need more spaces, simply add them to the string:

print str(count) + '    ' + str(conv)

A fancier way, using the new syntax for string formatting:

print '{0}  {1}'.format(count, conv)

Or using the old syntax, limiting the number of decimals to two:

print '%d  %.2f' % (count, conv)

shared global variables in C

You put the declaration in a header file, e.g.

 extern int my_global;

In one of your .c files you define it at global scope.

int my_global;

Every .c file that wants access to my_global includes the header file with the extern in.

Java - Including variables within strings?

You can always use String.format(....). i.e.,

String string = String.format("A String %s %2d", aStringVar, anIntVar);

I'm not sure if that is attractive enough for you, but it can be quite handy. The syntax is the same as for printf and java.util.Formatter. I've used it much especially if I want to show tabular numeric data.

More elegant way of declaring multiple variables at the same time

When people are suggesting "use a list or tuple or other data structure", what they're saying is that, when you have a lot of different values that you care about, naming them all separately as local variables may not be the best way to do things.

Instead, you may want to gather them together into a larger data structure that can be stored in a single local variable.

intuited showed how you might use a dictionary for this, and Chris Lutz showed how to use a tuple for temporary storage before unpacking into separate variables, but another option to consider is to use collections.namedtuple to bundle the values more permanently.

So you might do something like:

# Define the attributes of our named tuple
from collections import namedtuple
DataHolder = namedtuple("DataHolder", "a b c d e f g")

# Store our data
data = DataHolder(True, True, True, True, True, False, True)

# Retrieve our data
print(data)
print(data.a, data.f)

Real code would hopefully use more meaningful names than "DataHolder" and the letters of the alphabet, of course.

Calling a Variable from another Class

class Program
{
    Variable va = new Variable();
    static void Main(string[] args)
    {
        va.name = "Stackoverflow";
    }
}

How to interpolate variables in strings in JavaScript, without concatenation?

String.prototype.interpole = function () {
    var c=0, txt=this;
    while (txt.search(/{var}/g) > 0){
        txt = txt.replace(/{var}/, arguments[c]);
        c++;
    }
    return txt;
}

Uso:

var hello = "foo";
var my_string = "I pity the {var}".interpole(hello);
//resultado "I pity the foo"

Storing Form Data as a Session Variable

To use session variables, it's necessary to start the session by using the session_start function, this will allow you to store your data in the global variable $_SESSION in a productive way.

so your code will finally look like this :

<strong>Test Form</strong>
<form action="" method"post">
<input type="text" name="picturenum"/>
<input type="submit" name="Submit" value="Submit!" />
</form>

<?php 
 
 // starting the session
 session_start();


 if (isset($_POST['Submit'])) { 
 $_SESSION['picturenum'] = $_POST['picturenum'];
 } 
?> 

<strong><?php echo $_SESSION['picturenum'];?></strong>

to make it easy to use and to avoid forgetting it again, you can create a session_file.php which you will want to be included in all your codes and will start the session for you:

session_start.php

 <?php
   session_start();
 ?> 

and then include it wherever you like :

<strong>Test Form</strong>
<form action="" method"post">
<input type="text" name="picturenum"/>
<input type="submit" name="Submit" value="Submit!" />
</form>

<?php 
 
 // including the session file
 require_once("session_start.php");


 if (isset($_POST['Submit'])) { 
 $_SESSION['picturenum'] = $_POST['picturenum'];
 } 
?> 

that way it is more portable and easy to maintain in the future.

other remarks

  • if you are using Apache version 2 or newer, be careful. instead of
    <?
    to open php's tags, use <?php, otherwise your code will not be interpreted

  • variables names in php are case-sensitive, instead of write $_session, write $_SESSION in capital letters

good work!

Javascript Regex: How to put a variable inside a regular expression?

You can always give regular expression as string, i.e. "ReGeX" + testVar + "ReGeX". You'll possibly have to escape some characters inside your string (e.g., double quote), but for most cases it's equivalent.

You can also use RegExp constructor to pass flags in (see the docs).

Windows 7 environment variable not working in path

To address this problem, I have used setx command which try to set user level variables.

I used below...

setx JAVA_HOME "C:\Program Files\Java\jdk1.8.0_92"

setx PATH %JAVA_HOME%\bin

NOTE: Windows try to append provided variable value to existing variable value. So no need to give extra %PATH%... something like %JAVA_HOME%\bin;%PATH%

Assigning variables with dynamic names in Java

This is not how you do things in Java. There are no dynamic variables in Java. Java variables have to be declared in the source code1.

Depending on what you are trying to achieve, you should use an array, a List or a Map; e.g.

int n[] = new int[3];
for (int i = 0; i < 3; i++) {
    n[i] = 5;
}

List<Integer> n = new ArrayList<Integer>();
for (int i = 1; i < 4; i++) {
    n.add(5);
}

Map<String, Integer> n = new HashMap<String, Integer>();
for (int i = 1; i < 4; i++) {
    n.put("n" + i, 5);
}

It is possible to use reflection to dynamically refer to variables that have been declared in the source code. However, this only works for variables that are class members (i.e. static and instance fields). It doesn't work for local variables. See @fyr's "quick and dirty" example.

However doing this kind of thing unnecessarily in Java is a bad idea. It is inefficient, the code is more complicated, and since you are relying on runtime checking it is more fragile. And this is not "variables with dynamic names". It is better described as dynamic access to variables with static names.


1 - That statement is slightly inaccurate. If you use BCEL or ASM, you can "declare" the variables in the bytecode file. But don't do it! That way lies madness!

Getting strings recognized as variable names in R

The basic answer to the question in the title is eval(as.symbol(variable_name_as_string)) as Josh O'Brien uses. e.g.

var.name = "x"
assign(var.name, 5)
eval(as.symbol(var.name)) # outputs 5

Or more simply:

get(var.name) # 5

Formatting a float to 2 decimal places

This is for cases that you want to use interpolated strings. I'm actually posting this because I'm tired of trial and error and eventually scrolling through tons of docs every time I need to format some scalar.

$"{1234.5678:0.00}"        "1234.57"        2 decimal places, notice that value is rounded
$"{1234.5678,10:0.00}"     "   1234.57"     right-aligned
$"{1234.5678,-10:0.00}"    "1234.57   "     left-aligned
$"{1234.5678:0.#####}"     "1234.5678"      5 optional digits after the decimal point
$"{1234.5678:0.00000}"     "1234.56780"     5 forced digits AFTER the decimal point, notice the trailing zero
$"{1234.5678:00000.00}"    "01234.57"       5 forced digits BEFORE the decimal point, notice the leading zero
$"{1234.5612:0}"           "1235"           as integer, notice that value is rounded
$"{1234.5678:F2}"          "1234.57"        standard fixed-point
$"{1234.5678:F5}"          "1234.56780"     5 digits after the decimal point, notice the trailing zero
$"{1234.5678:g2}"          "1.2e+03"        standard general with 2 meaningful digits, notice "e"
$"{1234.5678:G2}"          "1.2E+03"        standard general with 2 meaningful digits, notice "E"
$"{1234.5678:G3}"          "1.23E+03"       standard general with 3 meaningful digits
$"{1234.5678:G5}"          "1234.6"         standard general with 5 meaningful digits
$"{1234.5678:e2}"          "1.23e+003"      standard exponential with 2 digits after the decimal point, notice "e"
$"{1234.5678:E3}"          "1.235E+003"     standard exponential with 3 digits after the decimal point, notice "E"
$"{1234.5678:N2}"          "1,234.57"       standard numeric, notice the comma
$"{1234.5678:C2}"          "$1,234.57"      standard currency, notice the dollar sign
$"{1234.5678:P2}"          "123,456.78 %"   standard percent, notice that value is multiplied by 100
$"{1234.5678:2}"           "2"              :)

Performance Warning

Interpolated strings are slow. In my experience this is the order (fast to slow):

  1. value.ToString(format)+" blah blah"
  2. string.Format("{0:format} blah blah", value)
  3. $"{value:format} blah blah"

How to print_r $_POST array?

Why are you wrapping the $_POST array in an array?

You can access your "id" and "value" arrays using the following

// assuming the appropriate isset() checks for $_POST['id'] and $_POST['value']

$ids = $_POST['id'];
$values = $_POST['value'];

foreach ($ids as $idx => $id) {
    // ...
}

foreach ($values as $idx => $value) {
    // ...
}

SQL NVARCHAR and VARCHAR Limits

Okay, so if later on down the line the issue is that you have a query that's greater than the allowable size (which may happen if it keeps growing) you're going to have to break it into chunks and execute the string values. So, let's say you have a stored procedure like the following:

CREATE PROCEDURE ExecuteMyHugeQuery
    @SQL VARCHAR(MAX) -- 2GB size limit as stated by Martin Smith
AS
BEGIN
    -- Now, if the length is greater than some arbitrary value
    -- Let's say 2000 for this example
    -- Let's chunk it
    -- Let's also assume we won't allow anything larger than 8000 total
    DECLARE @len INT
    SELECT @len = LEN(@SQL)

    IF (@len > 8000)
    BEGIN
        RAISERROR ('The query cannot be larger than 8000 characters total.',
                   16,
                   1);
    END

    -- Let's declare our possible chunks
    DECLARE @Chunk1 VARCHAR(2000),
            @Chunk2 VARCHAR(2000),
            @Chunk3 VARCHAR(2000),
            @Chunk4 VARCHAR(2000)

    SELECT @Chunk1 = '',
           @Chunk2 = '',
           @Chunk3 = '',
           @Chunk4 = ''

    IF (@len > 2000)
    BEGIN
        -- Let's set the right chunks
        -- We already know we need two chunks so let's set the first
        SELECT @Chunk1 = SUBSTRING(@SQL, 1, 2000)

        -- Let's see if we need three chunks
        IF (@len > 4000)
        BEGIN
            SELECT @Chunk2 = SUBSTRING(@SQL, 2001, 2000)

            -- Let's see if we need four chunks
            IF (@len > 6000)
            BEGIN
                SELECT @Chunk3 = SUBSTRING(@SQL, 4001, 2000)
                SELECT @Chunk4 = SUBSTRING(@SQL, 6001, (@len - 6001))
            END
              ELSE
            BEGIN
                SELECT @Chunk3 = SUBSTRING(@SQL, 4001, (@len - 4001))
            END
        END
          ELSE
        BEGIN
            SELECT @Chunk2 = SUBSTRING(@SQL, 2001, (@len - 2001))
        END
    END

    -- Alright, now that we've broken it down, let's execute it
    EXEC (@Chunk1 + @Chunk2 + @Chunk3 + @Chunk4)
END

How to pass a list from Python, by Jinja2 to JavaScript

You can do this with Jinja's tojson filter, which

Dumps a structure to JSON so that it’s safe to use in <script> tags [and] in any place in HTML with the notable exception of double quoted attributes.

For example, in your Python, write:

some_template.render(list_of_items=list_of_items)

... or, in the context of a Flask endpoint:

return render_template('your_template.html', list_of_items=list_of_items)

Then in your template, write this:

{% for item in list_of_items %}
<span onclick='somefunction({{item | tojson}})'>{{item}}</span><br>
{% endfor %}

(Note that the onclick attribute is single-quoted. This is necessary since |tojson escapes ' characters but not " characters in its output, meaning that it can be safely used in single-quoted HTML attributes but not double-quoted ones.)

Or, to use list_of_items in an inline script instead of an HTML attribute, write this:

<script>
const jsArrayOfItems = {{list_of_items | tojson}};
// ... do something with jsArrayOfItems in JavaScript ...
</script>

DON'T use json.dumps to JSON-encode variables in your Python code and pass the resulting JSON text to your template. This will produce incorrect output for some string values, and will expose you to XSS if you're trying to encode user-provided values. This is because Python's built-in json.dumps doesn't escape characters like < and > (which need escaping to safely template values into inline <script>s, as noted at https://html.spec.whatwg.org/multipage/scripting.html#restrictions-for-contents-of-script-elements) or single quotes (which need escaping to safely template values into single-quoted HTML attributes).

If you're using Flask, note that Flask injects a custom tojson filter instead of using Jinja's version. However, everything written above still applies. The two versions behave almost identically; Flask's just allows for some app-specific configuration that isn't available in Jinja's version.

Printing all global variables/local variables?

In case you want to see the local variables of a calling function use select-frame before info locals

E.g.:

(gdb) bt
#0  0xfec3c0b5 in _lwp_kill () from /lib/libc.so.1
#1  0xfec36f39 in thr_kill () from /lib/libc.so.1
#2  0xfebe3603 in raise () from /lib/libc.so.1
#3  0xfebc2961 in abort () from /lib/libc.so.1
#4  0xfebc2bef in _assert_c99 () from /lib/libc.so.1
#5  0x08053260 in main (argc=1, argv=0x8047958) at ber.c:480
(gdb) info locals
No symbol table info available.
(gdb) select-frame 5
(gdb) info locals
i = 28
(gdb) 

Passing Variable through JavaScript from one html page to another page

There are two pages: Pageone.html :

<script>
var hello = "hi"
location.replace("http://example.com/PageTwo.html?" + hi + "");
</script>

PageTwo.html :

<script>
var link = window.location.href;
link = link.replace("http://example.com/PageTwo.html?","");
document.write("The variable contained this content:" + link + "");
</script>

Hope it helps!

What is the PHP syntax to check "is not null" or an empty string?

Use empty(). It checks for both empty strings and null.

if (!empty($_POST['user'])) {
  // do stuff
}

From the manual:

The following things are considered to be empty:

"" (an empty string)  
0 (0 as an integer)  
0.0 (0 as a float)  
"0" (0 as a string)    
NULL  
FALSE  
array() (an empty array)  
var $var; (a variable declared, but without a value in a class)  

Python Function to test ping

It looks like you want the return keyword

def check_ping():
    hostname = "taylor"
    response = os.system("ping -c 1 " + hostname)
    # and then check the response...
    if response == 0:
        pingstatus = "Network Active"
    else:
        pingstatus = "Network Error"

    return pingstatus

You need to capture/'receive' the return value of the function(pingstatus) in a variable with something like:

pingstatus = check_ping()

NOTE: ping -c is for Linux, for Windows use ping -n

Some info on python functions:

http://www.tutorialspoint.com/python/python_functions.htm

http://www.learnpython.org/en/Functions

It's probably worth going through a good introductory tutorial to Python, which will cover all the fundamentals. I recommend investigating Udacity.com and codeacademy.com

Use YAML with variables

This is how I was able to configure yaml files to refer to variable.

I have values.yaml where we have root level fields which are used as template variables inside values.yaml

values.yaml

.....  
databaseUserPropName: spring.datasource.username  
databaseUserName: sa  
.....  
secrets:
    type: Opaque  
    name: dbservice-secrets  
    data:  
      - name: "{{ .Values.databaseUserPropName }}"  
        value: "{{ .Values.databaseUserName }}"  
.....

When referencing these values in secret.yaml, we would use tpl function using syntax {{ tpl TEMPLATE_STRING VALUES }}

secret.yaml

when using inside range i:e iteration

  {{ range .Values.deployments.secrets.data }}
    {{ tpl .name $ }}: "{{ tpl .value $ }}"
  {{ end }}

when directly referring as variable

  {{ tpl .Values.deployments.secrets.data.name . }}
  {{ tpl .Values.deployments.secrets.data.value . }}

$ - this is global variable and will always point to the root context . - this variable will point to the root context based on where it used.

How do I use variables in Oracle SQL Developer?

In sql developer define properties by default "ON". If it is "OFF" any case, use below steps.

set define on; define batchNo='123'; update TABLE_NAME SET IND1 = 'Y', IND2 = 'Y' WHERE BATCH_NO = '&batchNo';

How do I count unique values inside a list

values, counts = np.unique(words, return_counts=True)

Will using 'var' affect performance?

If the compiler can do automatic type inferencing, then there wont be any issue with performance. Both of these will generate same code

var    x = new ClassA();
ClassA x = new ClassA();

however, if you are constructing the type dynamically (LINQ ...) then var is your only question and there is other mechanism to compare to in order to say what is the penalty.

Python conditional assignment operator

There is conditional assignment in Python 2.5 and later - the syntax is not very obvious hence it's easy to miss. Here's how you do it:

x = true_value if condition else false_value

For further reference, check out the Python 2.5 docs.

How to use a variable for a key in a JavaScript object literal?

{ thetop : 10 } is a valid object literal. The code will create an object with a property named thetop that has a value of 10. Both the following are the same:

obj = { thetop : 10 };
obj = { "thetop" : 10 };

In ES5 and earlier, you cannot use a variable as a property name inside an object literal. Your only option is to do the following:

var thetop = "top";

// create the object literal
var aniArgs = {};

// Assign the variable property name with a value of 10
aniArgs[thetop] = 10; 

// Pass the resulting object to the animate method
<something>.stop().animate(
    aniArgs, 10  
);  

ES6 defines ComputedPropertyName as part of the grammar for object literals, which allows you to write the code like this:

var thetop = "top",
    obj = { [thetop]: 10 };

console.log(obj.top); // -> 10

You can use this new syntax in the latest versions of each mainstream browser.

Difference between static, auto, global and local variable in the context of c and c++

Local variables are non existent in the memory after the function termination.
However static variables remain allocated in the memory throughout the life of the program irrespective of whatever function.

Additionally from your question, static variables can be declared locally in class or function scope and globally in namespace or file scope. They are allocated the memory from beginning to end, it's just the initialization which happens sooner or later.

How do I check if a variable exists?

I created a custom function.

def exists(var):
     return var in globals()

Then the call the function like follows replacing variable_name with the variable you want to check:

exists("variable_name")

Will return True or False

Set a path variable with spaces in the path in a Windows .cmd file or batch file

The easiest way to fix this problem is to put the folder name in quotes:

(cd\New Folder\...) --> (cd\"New Folder"\...)

Hopes this helps.

Python: Assign print output to a variable

The print statement in Python converts its arguments to strings, and outputs those strings to stdout. To save the string to a variable instead, only convert it to a string:

a = str(tag.getArtist())

Assign JavaScript variable to Java Variable in JSP

Java script plays on browser where java code is server side thing so you can't simply do this.

What you can do is submit the calculated variable from javascript to server by form-submission, or using URL parameter or using AJAX calls and then you can make it available on server

HTML

<input type="hidden" id="hiddenField"/>

make sure this fields lays under <form>

Javascript

document.getElementById("hiddenField").value=yourCalculatedVariable;

on server you would get this as a part of request

When to create variables (memory management)

So notice variables are on the stack, the values they refer to are on the heap. So having variables is not too bad but yes they do create references to other entities. However in the simple case you describe it's not really any consequence. If it is never read again and within a contained scope, the compiler will probably strip it out before runtime. Even if it didn't the garbage collector will be able to safely remove it after the stack squashes. If you are running into issues where you have too many stack variables, it's usually because you have really deep stacks. The amount of stack space needed per thread is a better place to adjust than to make your code unreadable. The setting to null is also no longer needed

ISO C90 forbids mixed declarations and code in C

Just use a compiler (or provide it with the arguments it needs) such that it compiles for a more recent version of the C standard, C99 or C11. E.g for the GCC family of compilers that would be -std=c99.

How can I define colors as variables in CSS?

If you have Ruby on your system you can do this:

http://unixgods.org/~tilo/Ruby/Using_Variables_in_CSS_Files_with_Ruby_on_Rails.html

This was made for Rails, but see below for how to modify it to run it stand alone.

You could use this method independently from Rails, by writing a small Ruby wrapper script which works in conjunction with site_settings.rb and takes your CSS-paths into account, and which you can call every time you want to re-generate your CSS (e.g. during site startup)

You can run Ruby on pretty much any operating system, so this should be fairly platform independent.

e.g. wrapper: generate_CSS.rb (run this script whenever you need to generate your CSS)

#/usr/bin/ruby  # preferably Ruby 1.9.2 or higher
require './site_settings.rb' # assuming your site_settings file is on the same level 

CSS_IN_PATH  = File.join( PATH-TO-YOUR-PROJECT, 'css-input-files')
CSS_OUT_PATH = File.join( PATH-TO-YOUR-PROJECT, 'static' , 'stylesheets' ) 

Site.generate_CSS_files( CSS_IN_PATH , CSS_OUT_PATH )

the generate_CSS_files method in site_settings.rb then needs to be modified like this:

module Site
#   ... see above link for complete contents

  # Module Method which generates an OUTPUT CSS file *.css for each INPUT CSS file *.css.in we find in our CSS directory
  # replacing any mention of Color Constants , e.g. #SomeColor# , with the corresponding color code defined in Site::Color
  #
  # We will only generate CSS files if they are deleted or the input file is newer / modified
  #
  def self.generate_CSS_files(input_path = File.join( Rails.root.to_s , 'public' ,'stylesheets') , 
                              output_path = File.join( Rails.root.to_s , 'public' ,'stylesheets'))
    # assuming all your CSS files live under "./public/stylesheets"
    Dir.glob( File.join( input_path, '*.css.in') ).each do |filename_in|
      filename_out = File.join( output_path , File.basename( filename_in.sub(/.in$/, '') ))

      # if the output CSS file doesn't exist, or the the input CSS file is newer than the output CSS file:
      if (! File.exists?(filename_out)) || (File.stat( filename_in ).mtime > File.stat( filename_out ).mtime)
        # in this case, we'll need to create the output CSS file fresh:
        puts " processing #{filename_in}\n --> generating #{filename_out}"

        out_file = File.open( filename_out, 'w' )
        File.open( filename_in , 'r' ).each do |line|
          if line =~ /^\s*\/\*/ || line =~ /^\s+$/             # ignore empty lines, and lines starting with a comment
            out_file.print(line)
            next
          end
          while  line =~ /#(\w+)#/  do                         # substitute all the constants in each line
            line.sub!( /#\w+#/ , Site::Color.const_get( $1 ) ) # with the color the constant defines
          end
          out_file.print(line)
        end
        out_file.close
      end # if ..
    end
  end # def self.generate_CSS_files

end # module Site

Why does dividing two int not yield the right value when assigned to double?

c is a double variable, but the value being assigned to it is an int value because it results from the division of two ints, which gives you "integer division" (dropping the remainder). So what happens in the line c=a/b is

  1. a/b is evaluated, creating a temporary of type int
  2. the value of the temporary is assigned to c after conversion to type double.

The value of a/b is determined without reference to its context (assignment to double).

set value of input field by php variable's value

One way to do it will be to move all the php code above the HTML, copy the result to a variable and then add the result in the <input> tag.
Try this -

<?php
//Adding the php to the top.
if(isset($_POST['submit']))
{
    $value1=$_POST['value1'];
    $value2=$_POST['value2'];
    $sign=$_POST['sign'];
    ...
        //Adding to $result variable
    if($sign=='-') {
      $result = $value1-$value2;
    }
    //Rest of your code...
}
?>
<html>
<!--Rest of your tags...-->
Result:<br><input type"text" name="result" value = "<?php echo (isset($result))?$result:'';?>">

How to store standard error in a variable

This is an interesting problem to which I hoped there was an elegant solution. Sadly, I end up with a solution similar to Mr. Leffler, but I'll add that you can call useless from inside a Bash function for improved readability:

#!/bin/bash

function useless {
    /tmp/useless.sh | sed 's/Output/Useless/'
}

ERROR=$(useless)
echo $ERROR

All other kind of output redirection must be backed by a temporary file.

How do I get the value of a registry key and ONLY the value using powershell

Harry Martyrossian mentions in a comment on his own answer that the
Get-ItemPropertyValue cmdlet was introduced in Powershell v5, which solves the problem:

PS> Get-ItemPropertyValue 'HKLM:\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion' 'ProgramFilesDir'
C:\Program Files

Alternatives for PowerShell v4-:

Here's an attempt to retain the efficiency while eliminating the need for repetition of the value name, which, however, is still a little cumbersome:

& { (Get-ItemProperty `
      -LiteralPath HKLM:\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion `
      -Name $args `
    ).$args } 'ProgramFilesDir'

By using a script block, the value name can be passed in once as a parameter, and the parameter variable ($args) can then simply be used twice inside the block.

Alternatively, a simple helper function can ease the pain:

function Get-RegValue([String] $KeyPath, [String] $ValueName) {
  (Get-ItemProperty -LiteralPath $KeyPath -Name $ValueName).$ValueName
}

Note: All solutions above bypass the problem described in Ian Kemp's's answer - the need to use explicit quoting for certain value names when used as property names; e.g., .'15.0' - because the value names are passed as parameters and property access happens via a variable; e.g., .$ValueName


As for the other answers:

  • Andy Arismendi's helpful answer explains the annoyance with having to repeat the value name in order to get the value data efficiently.
  • M Jeremy Carter's helpful answer is more convenient, but can be a performance pitfall for keys with a large number of values, because an object with a large number of properties must be constructed.

Set variable in jinja

Nice shorthand for Multiple variable assignments

{% set label_cls, field_cls = "col-md-7", "col-md-3" %}

Calculating the sum of two variables in a batch script

You can solve any equation including adding with this code:

@echo off

title Richie's Calculator 3.0

:main

echo Welcome to Richie's Calculator 3.0

echo Press any key to begin calculating...

pause>nul

echo Enter An Equation

echo Example: 1+1

set /p 

set /a sum=%equation%

echo.

echo The Answer Is:

echo %sum%

echo.

echo Press any key to return to the main menu

pause>nul

cls

goto main

printf a variable in C

Your printf needs a format string:

printf("%d\n", x);

This reference page gives details on how to use printf and related functions.

Check if object exists in JavaScript

If you care about its existence only ( has it been declared ? ), the approved answer is enough :

if (typeof maybeObject != "undefined") {
   alert("GOT THERE");
}

If you care about it having an actual value, you should add:

if (typeof maybeObject != "undefined" && maybeObject != null ) {
   alert("GOT THERE");
}

As typeof( null ) == "object"

e.g. bar = { x: 1, y: 2, z: null}

typeof( bar.z ) == "object" 
typeof( bar.not_present ) == "undefined" 

this way you check that it's neither null or undefined, and since typeof does not error if value does not exist plus && short circuits, you will never get a run-time error.

Personally, I'd suggest adding a helper fn somewhere (and let's not trust typeof() ):

function exists(data){
   data !== null && data !== undefined
}

if( exists( maybeObject ) ){
    alert("Got here!"); 
}

how to define variable in jquery

Remember jQuery is a JavaScript library, i.e. like an extension. That means you can use both jQuery and JavaScript in the same function (restrictions apply).

You declare/create variables in the same way as in Javascript: var example;

However, you can use jQuery for assigning values to variables:

var example = $("#unique_product_code").html();

Instead of pure JavaScript:

var example = document.getElementById("unique_product_code").innerHTML;

How to pass parameters or arguments into a gradle task

If the task you want to pass parameters to is of type JavaExec and you are using Gradle 5, for example the application plugin's run task, then you can pass your parameters through the --args=... command line option. For example gradle run --args="foo --bar=true".

Otherwise there is no convenient builtin way to do this, but there are 3 workarounds.

1. If few values, task creation function

If the possible values are few and are known in advance, you can programmatically create a task for each of them:

void createTask(String platform) {
   String taskName = "myTask_" + platform;
   task (taskName) {
      ... do what you want
   }
}

String[] platforms = ["macosx", "linux32", "linux64"];
for(String platform : platforms) {
    createTask(platform);
}

You would then call your tasks the following way:

./gradlew myTask_macosx

2. Standard input hack

A convenient hack is to pass the arguments through standard input, and have your task read from it:

./gradlew myTask <<<"arg1 arg2 arg\ in\ several\ parts"

with code below:

String[] splitIntoTokens(String commandLine) {
    String regex = "(([\"']).*?\\2|(?:[^\\\\ ]+\\\\\\s+)+[^\\\\ ]+|\\S+)";
    Matcher matcher = Pattern.compile(regex).matcher(commandLine);
    ArrayList<String> result = new ArrayList<>();
    while (matcher.find()) {
        result.add(matcher.group());
    }
    return result.toArray();   
}

task taskName, {
        doFirst {
            String typed = new Scanner(System.in).nextLine();
            String[] parsed = splitIntoTokens(typed);
            println ("Arguments received: " + parsed.join(" "))
            ... do what you want
        } 
 }

You will also need to add the following lines at the top of your build script:

import java.util.regex.Matcher;
import java.util.regex.Pattern;
import java.util.Scanner;

3. -P parameters

The last option is to pass a -P parameter to Gradle:

./gradlew myTask -PmyArg=hello

You can then access it as myArg in your build script:

task myTask {
    doFirst {
       println myArg
       ... do what you want
    }
}

Credit to @789 for his answer on splitting arguments into tokens

How to swap two variables in JavaScript

We are able to swap var like this :

var val1 =  117,
    val2 = 327;

val2 = val1-val2; 
console.log(val2);
val1 = val1-val2;
console.log(val1);
val2 = val1+val2;
console.log(val2);

Insert variable into Header Location PHP

like this?

<?php
$url_endpoint = get_permalink();
$url_endpoint = parse_url( $url_endpoint );
$url_endpoint = $url_endpoint['path'];

header('Location: http://linkhere.com/'. $url_endpoint);

?>

Best way to test for a variable's existence in PHP; isset() is clearly broken

I have to say in all my years of PHP programming, I have never encountered a problem with isset() returning false on a null variable. OTOH, I have encountered problems with isset() failing on a null array entry - but array_key_exists() works correctly in that case.

For some comparison, Icon explicitly defines an unused variable as returning &null so you use the is-null test in Icon to also check for an unset variable. This does make things easier. On the other hand, Visual BASIC has multiple states for a variable that doesn't have a value (Null, Empty, Nothing, ...), and you often have to check for more than one of them. This is known to be a source of bugs.

How to include a PHP variable inside a MySQL statement

To avoid SQL injection the insert statement with be

$type = 'testing';
$name = 'john';
$description = 'whatever';

$stmt = $con->prepare("INSERT INTO contents (type, reporter, description) VALUES (?, ?, ?)");
$stmt->bind_param("sss", $type , $name, $description);
$stmt->execute();

Pointer vs. Reference

My rule of thumb is:

Use pointers if you want to do pointer arithmetic with them (e.g. incrementing the pointer address to step through an array) or if you ever have to pass a NULL-pointer.

Use references otherwise.

How to declare variable and use it in the same Oracle SQL script?

In Toad I use this works:

declare 
    num number;
begin 
    ---- use 'select into' works 
    --select 123 into num from dual;

    ---- also can use :=
    num := 123;
    dbms_output.Put_line(num);
end;

Then the value will be print to DBMS Output Window.

Reference to here and here2.

How to print a Groovy variable in Jenkins?

You shouldn't use ${varName} when you're outside of strings, you should just use varName. Inside strings you use it like this; echo "this is a string ${someVariable}";. Infact you can place an general java expression inside of ${...}; echo "this is a string ${func(arg1, arg2)}.

How can I simulate an array variable in MySQL?

Inspired by the function ELT(index number, string1, string2, string3,…),I think the following example works as an array example:

set @i := 1;
while @i <= 3
do
  insert into table(val) values (ELT(@i ,'val1','val2','val3'...));
set @i = @i + 1;
end while;

Hope it help.

How do I put a variable inside a string?

plot.savefig('hanning(%d).pdf' % num)

The % operator, when following a string, allows you to insert values into that string via format codes (the %d in this case). For more details, see the Python documentation:

https://docs.python.org/3/library/stdtypes.html#printf-style-string-formatting

How to pass variables from one php page to another without form?

You want sessions if you have data you want to have the data held for longer than one page.

$_GET for just one page.

<a href='page.php?var=data'>Data link</a>

on page.php

<?php
echo $_GET['var'];
?>

will output: data

Initializing multiple variables to the same value in Java

Way too late to this but the simplest way I've found is:

String foo = bar = baz = "hello"
println(foo)
println(bar)
println(baz)

Output:

hello
hello
hello

Java, "Variable name" cannot be resolved to a variable

If you look at the scope of the variable 'hoursWorked' you will see that it is a member of the class (declared as private int)

The two variables you are having trouble with are passed as parameters to the constructor.

The error message is because 'hours' is out of scope in the setter.

PHP - concatenate or directly insert variables in string

I know this is an old question, but I think someone has to mention all pros & cons:

Better Syntax: That's personal preference.

Performance: No difference. As many mentioned, double-quote might be faster if using unrealistically many variables.

Better Usage: Single quote (mostly). As @Khez said, with single quote you can concatenate anything, even function calls and variable modification, like so: echo 'hi ' . trim($name) . ($i + 1);. The only thing double-quote can do that single-quote cannot do is usage of \n, \r, \t and alike.

Readability: No difference (may personal preference apply).

Writability/Re-Writability/Debugging: In 1-line statements there is no difference, but when dealing with multiple lines, it's easier to comment/uncomment lines while debugging or writing. For example:

$q = 'SELECT ' .
     't1.col1 ' .
     ',t2.col2 ' .
   //',t3.col3 ' .
     'FROM tbl1 AS t1 ' .
     'LEFT JOIN tbl2 AS t2 ON t2.col2 = t1.col1 ' .
   //'LEFT JOIN tbl3 AS t3 ON t3.col3 = t2.col2 ' .
     'WHERE t1.col1 = ' . $x . ' ' .
     '  AND t2.col2 = ' . $y . ' ' .
   //'  AND t3.col3 = ' . $z . ' ' .
     'ORDER BY t1.col1 ASC ' .
     'LIMIT 10';

Less Escaping: Single-quote. For single quote you need to escape 2 characters only (' and \). For double quote you need to escape 2 characters (", \) and 3 more if required ($, { and }).

Less Changes: Single quote. For example if you have the following code:

echo 'Number ' . $i . '!';

And you need to increment 1 to $i, so it becomes likes:

echo 'Number ' . ($i + 1) . '!';

But for double quote, you will need to change this:

echo "Number $i!";

to this:

echo "Number " . ($i + 1) . "!";

Conclusion: Use what you prefer.

Increment variable value by 1 ( shell programming)

There are more than one way to increment a variable in bash, but what you tried is not correct.

You can use for example arithmetic expansion:

i=$((i+1))

or only:

((i=i+1))

or:

((i+=1))

or even:

((i++))

Or you can use let:

let "i=i+1"

or only:

let "i+=1"

or even:

let "i++"

See also: http://tldp.org/LDP/abs/html/dblparens.html.

How to check if a variable is an integer or a string?

if you want to check what it is:

>>>isinstance(1,str)
False
>>>isinstance('stuff',str)
True
>>>isinstance(1,int)
True
>>>isinstance('stuff',int)
False

if you want to get ints from raw_input

>>>x=raw_input('enter thing:')
enter thing: 3
>>>try: x = int(x)
   except: pass

>>>isinstance(x,int)
True

Changing variable names with Python for loops

Use a list.

groups = [0]*3
for i in xrange(3):
    groups[i] = self.getGroup(selected, header + i)

or more "Pythonically":

groups = [self.getGroup(selected, header + i) for i in xrange(3)]

For what it's worth, you could try to create variables the "wrong" way, i.e. by modifying the dictionary which holds their values:

l = locals()
for i in xrange(3):
    l['group' + str(i)] = self.getGroup(selected, header + i)

but that's really bad form, and possibly not even guaranteed to work.

Setting public class variables

Add getter and setter method to your class.

public function setValue($new_value)
{
    $this->testvar = $new_value;
}

public function getValue()
{
    return $this->testvar;        
}

javascript: get a function's variable's value within another function

Your nameContent scope is only inside first function. You'll never get it's value that way.

var nameContent; // now it's global!
function first(){
    nameContent = document.getElementById('full_name').value;
}

function second() {
    first(); 
    y=nameContent; 
    alert(y);
}
second();

How do I pass JavaScript variables to PHP?

There are several ways of passing variables from JavaScript to PHP (not the current page, of course).

You could:

  1. Send the information in a form as stated here (will result in a page refresh)
  2. Pass it in Ajax (several posts are on here about that) (without a page refresh)
  3. Make an HTTP request via an XMLHttpRequest request (without a page refresh) like this:

 if (window.XMLHttpRequest){
     xmlhttp = new XMLHttpRequest();
 }

else{
     xmlhttp = new ActiveXObject("Microsoft.XMLHTTP");
 }

 var PageToSendTo = "nowitworks.php?";
 var MyVariable = "variableData";
 var VariablePlaceholder = "variableName=";
 var UrlToSend = PageToSendTo + VariablePlaceholder + MyVariable;

 xmlhttp.open("GET", UrlToSend, false);
 xmlhttp.send();

I'm sure this could be made to look fancier and loop through all the variables and whatnot - but I've kept it basic as to make it easier to understand for the novices.

"Notice: Undefined variable", "Notice: Undefined index", and "Notice: Undefined offset" using PHP

It means you are testing, evaluating, or printing a variable that you have not yet assigned anything to. It means you either have a typo, or you need to check that the variable was initialized to something first. Check your logic paths, it may be set in one path but not in another.

C++ create string of text and variables

You can also use sprintf:

char str[1024];
sprintf(str, "somtext %s sometext %s", somevar, somevar);

Multiple left-hand assignment with JavaScript

Try this:

var var1=42;
var var2;

alert(var2 = var1); //show result of assignment expression is assigned value
alert(var2); // show assignment did occur.

Note the single '=' in the first alert. This will show that the result of an assignment expression is the assigned value, and the 2nd alert will show you that assignment did occur.

It follows logically that assignment must have chained from right to left. However, since this is all atomic to the javascript (there's no threading) a particular engine may choose to actually optimize it a little differently.

Assign command output to variable in batch file

This is work for me

@FOR /f "delims=" %i in ('reg query hklm\SOFTWARE\Macromedia\FlashPlayer\CurrentVersion') DO set var=%i
echo %var%

Abstract variables in Java?

I think your confusion is with C# properties vs. fields/variables. In C# you cannot define abstract fields, even in an abstract class. You can, however, define abstract properties as these are effectively methods (e.g. compiled to get_TAG() and set_TAG(...)).

As some have reminded, you should never have public fields/variables in your classes, even in C#. Several answers have hinted at what I would recommend, but have not made it clear. You should translate your idea into Java as a JavaBean property, using getTAG(). Then your sub-classes will have to implement this (I also have written a project with table classes that do this).

So you can have an abstract class defined like this...

public abstract class AbstractTable {

    public abstract String getTag();
    public abstract void init();

    ...
}

Then, in any concrete subclasses you would need to define a static final variable (constant) and return that from the getTag(), something like this:

public class SalesTable extends AbstractTable {

    private static final String TABLE_NAME = "Sales";

    public String getTag() {
        return TABLE_NAME;
    }

    public void init() {
        ...
        String tableName = getTag();
        ...
    }

}

EDIT:

You cannot override inherited fields (in either C# or Java). Nor can you override static members, whether they are fields or methods. So this also is the best solution for that. I changed my init method example above to show how this would be used - again, think of the getXXX method as a property.

Why does foo = filter(...) return a <filter object>, not a list?

Please see this sample implementation of filter to understand how it works in Python 3:

def my_filter(function, iterable):
    """my_filter(function or None, iterable) --> filter object

    Return an iterator yielding those items of iterable for which function(item)
    is true. If function is None, return the items that are true."""
    if function is None:
        return (item for item in iterable if item)
    return (item for item in iterable if function(item))

The following is an example of how you might use filter or my_filter generators:

>>> greetings = {'hello'}
>>> spoken = my_filter(greetings.__contains__, ('hello', 'goodbye'))
>>> print('\n'.join(spoken))
hello

PHP pass variable to include

You can use the extract() function
Drupal use it, in its theme() function.

Here it is a render function with a $variables argument.

function includeWithVariables($filePath, $variables = array(), $print = true)
{
    $output = NULL;
    if(file_exists($filePath)){
        // Extract the variables to a local namespace
        extract($variables);

        // Start output buffering
        ob_start();

        // Include the template file
        include $filePath;

        // End buffering and return its contents
        $output = ob_get_clean();
    }
    if ($print) {
        print $output;
    }
    return $output;

}


./index.php :

includeWithVariables('header.php', array('title' => 'Header Title'));

./header.php :

<h1><?php echo $title; ?></h1>

VBA: Selecting range by variables

you are turning them into an address but Cells(#,#) uses integer inputs not address inputs so just use lastRow = ActiveSheet.UsedRange.Rows.count and lastColumn = ActiveSheet.UsedRange.Columns.Count

How can I determine if a variable is 'undefined' or 'null'?

To test if a variable is null or undefined I use the below code.

    if(typeof sVal === 'undefined' || sVal === null || sVal === ''){
      console.log('variable is undefined or null');
    }

Set environment variables from file of key/value pairs

I came across this thread when I was trying reuse Docker --env-files in a shell. Their format is not bash compatible but it is simple: name=value, no quoting, no substitution. They also ignore blank lines and # comments.

I couldn't quite get it posix compatible, but here's one that should work in bash-like shells (tested in zsh on OSX 10.12.5 and bash on Ubuntu 14.04):

while read -r l; do export "$(sed 's/=.*$//' <<<$l)"="$(sed -E 's/^[^=]+=//' <<<$l)"; done < <(grep -E -v '^\s*(#|$)' your-env-file)

It will not handle three cases in the example from the docs linked above:

  • bash: export: `123qwe=bar': not a valid identifier
  • bash: export: `org.spring.config=something': not a valid identifier
  • and it will not handle the passthrough syntax (a bare FOO)

Viewing all defined variables

a bit more smart (python 3) way:

def printvars():

   tmp = globals().copy()
   [print(k,'  :  ',v,' type:' , type(v)) for k,v in tmp.items() if not k.startswith('_') and k!='tmp' and k!='In' and k!='Out' and not hasattr(v, '__call__')]

Find the most common element in a list

Building on Luiz's answer, but satisfying the "in case of draws the item with the lowest index should be returned" condition:

from statistics import mode, StatisticsError

def most_common(l):
    try:
        return mode(l)
    except StatisticsError as e:
        # will only return the first element if no unique mode found
        if 'no unique mode' in e.args[0]:
            return l[0]
        # this is for "StatisticsError: no mode for empty data"
        # after calling mode([])
        raise

Example:

>>> most_common(['a', 'b', 'b'])
'b'
>>> most_common([1, 2])
1
>>> most_common([])
StatisticsError: no mode for empty data

Can regular JavaScript be mixed with jQuery?

You can, but be aware of the return types with jQuery functions. jQuery won't always use the exact same JavaScript object type, although generally they will return subclasses of what you would expect to be returned from a similar JavaScript function.

Aggregate a dataframe on a given column and display another column

First, you split the data using split:

split(z,z$Group)

Than, for each chunk, select the row with max Score:

lapply(split(z,z$Group),function(chunk) chunk[which.max(chunk$Score),])

Finally reduce back to a data.frame do.calling rbind:

do.call(rbind,lapply(split(z,z$Group),function(chunk) chunk[which.max(chunk$Score),]))

Result:

  Group Score Info
1     1     3    c
2     2     4    d

One line, no magic spells, fast, result has good names =)

MySQL vs MySQLi when using PHP

MySQLi stands for MySQL improved. It's an object-oriented interface to the MySQL bindings which makes things easier to use. It also offers support for prepared statements (which are very useful). If you're on PHP 5 use MySQLi.

How to create a simple http proxy in node.js?

I don't think it's a good idea to process response received from the 3rd party server. This will only increase your proxy server's memory footprint. Further, it's the reason why your code is not working.

Instead try passing the response through to the client. Consider following snippet:

var http = require('http');

http.createServer(onRequest).listen(3000);

function onRequest(client_req, client_res) {
  console.log('serve: ' + client_req.url);

  var options = {
    hostname: 'www.google.com',
    port: 80,
    path: client_req.url,
    method: client_req.method,
    headers: client_req.headers
  };

  var proxy = http.request(options, function (res) {
    client_res.writeHead(res.statusCode, res.headers)
    res.pipe(client_res, {
      end: true
    });
  });

  client_req.pipe(proxy, {
    end: true
  });
}

C# Change A Button's Background Color

I doubt if any of those should work. Try: First import the namespace in the beginning of the code page as below.

using System.Drawing;

then in the code.

Button4.BackColor = Color.LawnGreen;

Hope it helps.

Is SQL syntax case sensitive?

This isn't strictly SQL language, but in SQL Server if your database collation is case-sensitive, then all table names are case-sensitive.

How to convert flat raw disk image to vmdk for virtualbox or vmplayer?

krosenvold's answer inspired the following script which does the following:

  • get the dd dump via ssh from a remote server (as gz file)
  • unzip the dump
  • convert it to vmware

the script is restartable and checks the existence of the intermediate files. It also uses pv and qemu-img -p to show the progress of each step.

In my environment 2 x Ubuntu 12.04 LTS the steps took:

  • 3 hours to get a 47 GByte disk dump of a 60 GByte partition
  • 20 minutes to unpack to a 60 GByte dd file
  • 45 minutes to create the vmware file
#!/bin/bash
# get a dd disk dump and convert it to vmware
#  see http://stackoverflow.com/questions/454899/how-to-convert-flat-raw-disk-image-to-vmdk-for-virtualbox-or-vmplayer
#  Author: wf  2014-10-1919

#
# get a dd dump from the given host's given disk and create a compressed
#   image at the given target 
#
#  1: host e.g. somehost.somedomain
#  2: disk e.g. sda
#  3: target e.g. image.gz
#
# http://unix.stackexchange.com/questions/132797/how-to-use-ssh-to-make-a-dd-copy-of-disk-a-from-host-b-and-save-on-disk-b
getdump() {
  local l_host="$1"
  local l_disk="$2"
  local l_target="$3"
  echo "getting disk dump of $l_disk from $l_host"
  ssh $l_host sudo fdisk -l  | egrep "^/dev/$l_disk"
  if [ $? -ne 0 ]
  then
    echo "device $l_disk does not exist on host $l_host" 1>&2
    exit 1
  else
    if [ ! -f $l_target ]
    then
      ssh $l_host "sudo dd if=/dev/$disk bs=1M | gzip -1 -" | pv | dd of=$l_target
    else
      echo "$l_target already exists"
    fi
  fi
}

#
# optionally install command from package if it is not available yet
# 1: command
# 2: package
#
opt_install() {
  l_command="$1"
  l_package="$2"
  echo "checking that $l_command from package $l_package  is installed ..."
  which $l_command
  if [ $? -ne 0 ]
  then
    echo "installing $l_package to make $l_command available ..."
    sudo apt-get install $l_package 
  fi
}

#
# convert the given image to vmware
#  1: the dd dump image
#  2: the vmware image file to convert to
#
vmware_convert() {
  local l_ddimage="$1"
  local l_vmwareimage="$2"
  echo "converting dd image $l_image to vmware $l_vmwareimage"
  #  convert to VMware disk format showing progess
  # see http://manpages.ubuntu.com/manpages/precise/man1/qemu-img.1.html
  qemu-img convert -p -O vmdk "$l_ddimage" "$l_vmwareimage"
}

#
# show usage
#
usage() {
  echo "usage: $0 host device"
  echo "      host: the host to get the disk dump from e.g. frodo.lotr.org"  
  echo "            you need ssh and sudo privileges on that host"
  echo "
  echo "    device: the disk to dump from e.g. sda"
  echo ""
  echo "  examples:
  echo "       $0 frodo.lotr.org sda"
  echo "       $0 gandalf.lotr.org sdb"
  echo ""
  echo "  the needed packages pv and qemu-utils will be installed if not available"
  echo "  you need local sudo rights for this to work"
  exit 1
}

# check arguments
if [ $# -lt 2 ]
then
  usage
fi

# get the command line parameters
host="$1"
disk="$2"

# calculate the names of the image files
ts=`date "+%Y-%m-%d"`
# prefix of all images
#   .gz the zipped dd
#   .dd the disk dump file
#   .vmware - the vmware disk file
image="${host}_${disk}_image_$ts"

echo "$0 $host/$disk ->  $image"

# first check/install necessary packages
opt_install qemu-img qemu-utils
opt_install pv pv

# check if dd files was already loaded
#  we don't want to start this tedious process twice if avoidable
if [ ! -f $image.gz ]
then
  getdump $host $disk $image.gz
else
  echo "$image.gz already downloaded"
fi

# check if the dd file was already uncompressed
# we don't want to start this tedious process twice if avoidable
if [ ! -f $image.dd ]
then
  echo "uncompressing $image.gz"
  zcat $image.gz | pv -cN zcat > $image.dd
else
  echo "image $image.dd already uncompressed"
fi
# check if the vmdk file was already converted
# we don't want to start this tedious process twice if avoidable
if [ ! -f $image.vmdk ]
then
  vmware_convert $image.dd $image.vmdk
else
  echo "vmware image $image.vmdk already converted"
fi

What is the difference between cssSelector & Xpath and which is better with respect to performance for cross browser testing?

CSS selectors perform far better than Xpath and it is well documented in Selenium community. Here are some reasons,

  • Xpath engines are different in each browser, hence make them inconsistent
  • IE does not have a native xpath engine, therefore selenium injects its own xpath engine for compatibility of its API. Hence we lose the advantage of using native browser features that WebDriver inherently promotes.
  • Xpath tend to become complex and hence make hard to read in my opinion

However there are some situations where, you need to use xpath, for example, searching for a parent element or searching element by its text (I wouldn't recommend the later).

You can read blog from Simon here . He also recommends CSS over Xpath.

If you are testing content then do not use selectors that are dependent on the content of the elements. That will be a maintenance nightmare for every locale. Try talking with developers and use techniques that they used to externalize the text in the application, like dictionaries or resource bundles etc. Here is my blog that explains it in detail.

edit 1

Thanks to @parishodak, here is the link which provides the numbers proving that CSS performance is better

Convert DateTime to String PHP

Shorter way using list. And you can do what you want with each date component.

list($day,$month,$year,$hour,$min,$sec) = explode("/",date('d/m/Y/h/i/s'));
echo $month.'/'.$day.'/'.$year.' '.$hour.':'.$min.':'.$sec;

How do you find the row count for all your tables in Postgres

I don't remember the URL from where I collected this. But hope this should help you:

CREATE TYPE table_count AS (table_name TEXT, num_rows INTEGER); 

CREATE OR REPLACE FUNCTION count_em_all () RETURNS SETOF table_count  AS '
DECLARE 
    the_count RECORD; 
    t_name RECORD; 
    r table_count%ROWTYPE; 

BEGIN
    FOR t_name IN 
        SELECT 
            c.relname
        FROM
            pg_catalog.pg_class c LEFT JOIN pg_namespace n ON n.oid = c.relnamespace
        WHERE 
            c.relkind = ''r''
            AND n.nspname = ''public'' 
        ORDER BY 1 
        LOOP
            FOR the_count IN EXECUTE ''SELECT COUNT(*) AS "count" FROM '' || t_name.relname 
            LOOP 
            END LOOP; 

            r.table_name := t_name.relname; 
            r.num_rows := the_count.count; 
            RETURN NEXT r; 
        END LOOP; 
        RETURN; 
END;
' LANGUAGE plpgsql; 

Executing select count_em_all(); should get you row count of all your tables.

nodejs - first argument must be a string or Buffer - when using response.write with http.request

And there is another possibility (not in this case) when working with ajax(XMLhttpRequest), while sending information back to the client end you should use res.send(responsetext) instead of res.end(responsetext)

Android: Tabs at the BOTTOM

Yes, see: link, but he used xml layouts, not activities to create new tab, so put his xml code (set paddingTop for FrameLayout - 0px) and then write the code:

public class SomeActivity extends ActivityGroup {

@Override
public void onCreate(Bundle savedInstanceState) {
    super.onCreate(savedInstanceState);
  setContentView(R.layout.main);

    TabHost tab_host = (TabHost) findViewById(R.id.edit_item_tab_host); 

    tab_host.setup(this.getLocalActivityManager());

    TabSpec ts1 = tab_host.newTabSpec("TAB_DATE"); 
    ts1.setIndicator("tab1"); 
    ts1.setContent(new Intent(this, Registration.class)); 
    tab_host.addTab(ts1); 

    TabSpec ts2 = tab_host.newTabSpec("TAB_GEO"); 
    ts2.setIndicator("tab2"); 
    ts2.setContent(new Intent(this, Login.class)); 
    tab_host.addTab(ts2); 

    TabSpec ts3 = tab_host.newTabSpec("TAB_TEXT"); 
    ts3.setIndicator("tab3"); 
    ts3.setContent(new Intent(this, Registration.class)); 
    tab_host.addTab(ts3); 

    tab_host.setCurrentTab(0);      


}

}

Is there any way to show a countdown on the lockscreen of iphone?

Or you could figure out the exacting amount of hours and minutes and have that displayed by puttin it into the timer app that already exist in every iphone :)

Simulate Keypress With jQuery

The keypress event from jQuery is meant to do this sort of work. You can trigger the event by passing a string "keypress" to .trigger(). However to be more specific you can actually pass a jQuery.Event object (specify the type as "keypress") as well and provide any properties you want such as the keycode being the spacebar.

http://docs.jquery.com/Events/trigger#eventdata

Read the above documentation for more details.

Is there an equivalent to CTRL+C in IPython Notebook in Firefox to break cells that are running?

UPDATE: Turned my solution into a stand-alone python script.

This solution has saved me more than once. Hopefully others find it useful. This python script will find any jupyter kernel using more than cpu_threshold CPU and prompts the user to send a SIGINT to the kernel (KeyboardInterrupt). It will keep sending SIGINT until the kernel's cpu usage goes below cpu_threshold. If there are multiple misbehaving kernels it will prompt the user to interrupt each of them (ordered by highest CPU usage to lowest). A big thanks goes to gcbeltramini for writing code to find the name of a jupyter kernel using the jupyter api. This script was tested on MACOS with python3 and requires jupyter notebook, requests, json and psutil.

Put the script in your home directory and then usage looks like:

python ~/interrupt_bad_kernels.py
Interrupt kernel chews cpu.ipynb; PID: 57588; CPU: 2.3%? (y/n) y

Script code below:

from os import getpid, kill
from time import sleep
import re
import signal

from notebook.notebookapp import list_running_servers
from requests import get
from requests.compat import urljoin
import ipykernel
import json
import psutil


def get_active_kernels(cpu_threshold):
    """Get a list of active jupyter kernels."""
    active_kernels = []
    pids = psutil.pids()
    my_pid = getpid()

    for pid in pids:
        if pid == my_pid:
            continue
        try:
            p = psutil.Process(pid)
            cmd = p.cmdline()
            for arg in cmd:
                if arg.count('ipykernel'):
                    cpu = p.cpu_percent(interval=0.1)
                    if cpu > cpu_threshold:
                        active_kernels.append((cpu, pid, cmd))
        except psutil.AccessDenied:
            continue
    return active_kernels


def interrupt_bad_notebooks(cpu_threshold=0.2):
    """Interrupt active jupyter kernels. Prompts the user for each kernel."""

    active_kernels = sorted(get_active_kernels(cpu_threshold), reverse=True)

    servers = list_running_servers()
    for ss in servers:
        response = get(urljoin(ss['url'].replace('localhost', '127.0.0.1'), 'api/sessions'),
                       params={'token': ss.get('token', '')})
        for nn in json.loads(response.text):
            for kernel in active_kernels:
                for arg in kernel[-1]:
                    if arg.count(nn['kernel']['id']):
                        pid = kernel[1]
                        cpu = kernel[0]
                        interrupt = input(
                            'Interrupt kernel {}; PID: {}; CPU: {}%? (y/n) '.format(nn['notebook']['path'], pid, cpu))
                        if interrupt.lower() == 'y':
                            p = psutil.Process(pid)
                            while p.cpu_percent(interval=0.1) > cpu_threshold:
                                kill(pid, signal.SIGINT)
                                sleep(0.5)

if __name__ == '__main__':
    interrupt_bad_notebooks()

Alternative to Intersect in MySQL

AFAIR, MySQL implements INTERSECT through INNER JOIN.

How do I find the last column with data?

Here's something which might be useful. Selecting the entire column based on a row containing data, in this case i am using 5th row:

Dim lColumn As Long

lColumn = ActiveSheet.Cells(5, Columns.Count).End(xlToLeft).Column
MsgBox ("The last used column is: " & lColumn)

The type initializer for 'CrystalDecisions.CrystalReports.Engine.ReportDocument' threw an exception

I faced the same issue. The target platform was Any CPU in my case. But the checkbox "Prefer-32Bit" was checked.. Unchecking the same resolved the issue.

Execution failed for task ':app:compileDebugAidl': aidl is missing

buildtools layout in 23.0.0.rc2 was reverted

so to be able to use it, you need to upgrade the plugin to 1.3.0-beta2 or higher as i show below:

enter image description here

Should we @Override an interface's method implementation?

I believe that javac behaviour has changed - with 1.5 it prohibited the annotation, with 1.6 it doesn't. The annotation provides an extra compile-time check, so if you're using 1.6 I'd go for it.

How do I convert an integer to binary in JavaScript?

I used a different approach to come up with something that does this. I've decided to not use this code in my project, but I thought I'd leave it somewhere relevant in case it is useful for someone.

  • Doesn't use bit-shifting or two's complement coercion.
  • You choose the number of bits that comes out (it checks for valid values of '8', '16', '32', but I suppose you could change that)
  • You choose whether to treat it as a signed or unsigned integer.
  • It will check for range issues given the combination of signed/unsigned and number of bits, though you'll want to improve the error handling.
  • It also has the "reverse" version of the function which converts the bits back to the int. You'll need that since there's probably nothing else that will interpret this output :D

_x000D_
_x000D_
function intToBitString(input, size, unsigned) {_x000D_
 if ([8, 16, 32].indexOf(size) == -1) {_x000D_
  throw "invalid params";_x000D_
 }_x000D_
 var min = unsigned ? 0 : - (2 ** size / 2);_x000D_
        var limit = unsigned ? 2 ** size : 2 ** size / 2;_x000D_
 if (!Number.isInteger(input) || input < min || input >= limit) {_x000D_
  throw "out of range or not an int";_x000D_
 }_x000D_
 if (!unsigned) {_x000D_
  input += limit;_x000D_
 }_x000D_
 var binary = input.toString(2).replace(/^-/, '');_x000D_
 return binary.padStart(size, '0');_x000D_
}_x000D_
_x000D_
function bitStringToInt(input, size, unsigned) {_x000D_
 if ([8, 16, 32].indexOf(size) == -1) {_x000D_
  throw "invalid params";_x000D_
 }_x000D_
 input = parseInt(input, 2);_x000D_
 if (!unsigned) {_x000D_
  input -= 2 ** size / 2;_x000D_
 }_x000D_
 return input;_x000D_
}_x000D_
_x000D_
_x000D_
// EXAMPLES_x000D_
_x000D_
var res;_x000D_
console.log("(uint8)10");_x000D_
res = intToBitString(10, 8, true);_x000D_
console.log("intToBitString(res, 8, true)");_x000D_
console.log(res);_x000D_
console.log("reverse:", bitStringToInt(res, 8, true));_x000D_
console.log("---");_x000D_
_x000D_
console.log("(uint8)127");_x000D_
res = intToBitString(127, 8, true);_x000D_
console.log("intToBitString(res, 8, true)");_x000D_
console.log(res);_x000D_
console.log("reverse:", bitStringToInt(res, 8, true));_x000D_
console.log("---");_x000D_
_x000D_
console.log("(int8)127");_x000D_
res = intToBitString(127, 8, false);_x000D_
console.log("intToBitString(res, 8, false)");_x000D_
console.log(res);_x000D_
console.log("reverse:", bitStringToInt(res, 8, false));_x000D_
console.log("---");_x000D_
_x000D_
console.log("(int8)-128");_x000D_
res = intToBitString(-128, 8, false);_x000D_
console.log("intToBitString(res, 8, true)");_x000D_
console.log(res);_x000D_
console.log("reverse:", bitStringToInt(res, 8, true));_x000D_
console.log("---");_x000D_
_x000D_
console.log("(uint16)5000");_x000D_
res = intToBitString(5000, 16, true);_x000D_
console.log("intToBitString(res, 16, true)");_x000D_
console.log(res);_x000D_
console.log("reverse:", bitStringToInt(res, 16, true));_x000D_
console.log("---");_x000D_
_x000D_
console.log("(uint32)5000");_x000D_
res = intToBitString(5000, 32, true);_x000D_
console.log("intToBitString(res, 32, true)");_x000D_
console.log(res);_x000D_
console.log("reverse:", bitStringToInt(res, 32, true));_x000D_
console.log("---");
_x000D_
_x000D_
_x000D_

How to SELECT in Oracle using a DBLINK located in a different schema?

I had the same problem I used the solution offered above - I dropped the SYNONYM, created a VIEW with the same name as the synonym. it had a select using the dblink , and gave GRANT SELECT to the other schema It worked great.

Integer.valueOf() vs. Integer.parseInt()

The difference between these two methods is:

  • parseXxx() returns the primitive type
  • valueOf() returns a wrapper object reference of the type.

Why does .NET foreach loop throw NullRefException when collection is null?

Because behind the scenes the foreach acquires an enumerator, equivalent to this:

using (IEnumerator<int> enumerator = returnArray.getEnumerator()) {
    while (enumerator.MoveNext()) {
        int i = enumerator.Current;
        // do some more stuff
    }
}

Set Radiobuttonlist Selected from Codebehind

The best option, in my opinion, is to use the Value property for the ListItem, which is available in the RadioButtonList.

I must remark that ListItem does NOT have an ID property.

So, in your case, to select the second element (option2) that would be:

// SelectedValue expects a string
radio1.SelectedValue = "1"; 

Alternatively, yet in very much the same vein you may supply an int to SelectedIndex.

// SelectedIndex expects an int, and are identified in the same order as they are added to the List starting with 0.
radio1.SelectedIndex = 1; 

Boxplot show the value of mean

You can also use a function within stat_summary to calculate the mean and the hjust argument to place the text, you need a additional function but no additional data frame:

fun_mean <- function(x){
  return(data.frame(y=mean(x),label=mean(x,na.rm=T)))}


ggplot(PlantGrowth,aes(x=group,y=weight)) +
geom_boxplot(aes(fill=group)) +
stat_summary(fun.y = mean, geom="point",colour="darkred", size=3) +
stat_summary(fun.data = fun_mean, geom="text", vjust=-0.7)

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How to extract a value from a string using regex and a shell?

You can do this with GNU grep's perl mode:

echo "12 BBQ ,45 rofl, 89 lol"|grep -P '\d+ (?=rofl)' -o

-P means Perl-style, and -o means match only.

Meaning of tilde in Linux bash (not home directory)

It's possible you're seeing OpenDirectory/ActiveDirectory/LDAP users "automounted" into your home directory.

In *nix, ~ will resolve to your home directory. Likewise ~X will resolve to 'user X'.

Similar to automount for directories, OpenDirectory/ActiveDirectory/LDAP is used in larger/corporate environments to automount user directories. These users may be actual people or they can be machine accounts created to provide various features.

If you type ~Tab you'll see a list of the users on your machine.

How to convert float to varchar in SQL Server

Modified Axel's response a bit as it for certain cases will produce undesirable results.

DECLARE @MyFloat [float];
SET @MyFloat = 1000109360.050;

SELECT REPLACE(RTRIM(REPLACE(REPLACE(RTRIM((REPLACE(CAST(CAST(@MyFloat AS DECIMAL(38,18)) AS VARCHAR(max)), '0', ' '))), ' ', '0'),'.',' ')),' ','.')

How to join two sets in one line without using "|"

You can use union method for sets: set.union(other_set)

Note that it returns a new set i.e it doesn't modify itself.

How to delete a file or folder?

For deleting files:

os.unlink(path, *, dir_fd=None)

or

os.remove(path, *, dir_fd=None)

Both functions are semantically same. This functions removes (deletes) the file path. If path is not a file and it is directory, then exception is raised.

For deleting folders:

shutil.rmtree(path, ignore_errors=False, onerror=None)

or

os.rmdir(path, *, dir_fd=None)

In order to remove whole directory trees, shutil.rmtree() can be used. os.rmdir only works when the directory is empty and exists.

For deleting folders recursively towards parent:

os.removedirs(name)

It remove every empty parent directory with self until parent which has some content

ex. os.removedirs('abc/xyz/pqr') will remove the directories by order 'abc/xyz/pqr', 'abc/xyz' and 'abc' if they are empty.

For more info check official doc: os.unlink , os.remove, os.rmdir , shutil.rmtree, os.removedirs

How to export data to CSV in PowerShell?

simply use the Out-File cmd but DON'T forget to give an encoding type: -Encoding UTF8

so use it so:

$log | Out-File -Append C:\as\whatever.csv -Encoding UTF8

-Append is required if you want to write in the file more then once.

C# DateTime to "YYYYMMDDHHMMSS" format

This site has great examples check it out

// create date time 2008-03-09 16:05:07.123
DateTime dt = new DateTime(2008, 3, 9, 16, 5, 7, 123);

String.Format("{0:y yy yyy yyyy}",      dt);  // "8 08 008 2008"   year
String.Format("{0:M MM MMM MMMM}",      dt);  // "3 03 Mar March"  month
String.Format("{0:d dd ddd dddd}",      dt);  // "9 09 Sun Sunday" day
String.Format("{0:h hh H HH}",          dt);  // "4 04 16 16"      hour 12/24
String.Format("{0:m mm}",               dt);  // "5 05"            minute
String.Format("{0:s ss}",               dt);  // "7 07"            second
String.Format("{0:f ff fff ffff}",      dt);  // "1 12 123 1230"   sec.fraction
String.Format("{0:F FF FFF FFFF}",      dt);  // "1 12 123 123"    without zeroes
String.Format("{0:t tt}",               dt);  // "P PM"            A.M. or P.M.
String.Format("{0:z zz zzz}",           dt);  // "-6 -06 -06:00"   time zone

// month/day numbers without/with leading zeroes
String.Format("{0:M/d/yyyy}",           dt);  // "3/9/2008"
String.Format("{0:MM/dd/yyyy}",         dt);  // "03/09/2008"

// day/month names
String.Format("{0:ddd, MMM d, yyyy}",   dt);  // "Sun, Mar 9, 2008"
String.Format("{0:dddd, MMMM d, yyyy}", dt);  // "Sunday, March 9, 2008"

// two/four digit year
String.Format("{0:MM/dd/yy}",           dt);  // "03/09/08"
String.Format("{0:MM/dd/yyyy}",         dt);  // "03/09/2008"

Standard DateTime Formatting

String.Format("{0:t}", dt);  // "4:05 PM"                           ShortTime
String.Format("{0:d}", dt);  // "3/9/2008"                          ShortDate
String.Format("{0:T}", dt);  // "4:05:07 PM"                        LongTime
String.Format("{0:D}", dt);  // "Sunday, March 09, 2008"            LongDate
String.Format("{0:f}", dt);  // "Sunday, March 09, 2008 4:05 PM"    LongDate+ShortTime
String.Format("{0:F}", dt);  // "Sunday, March 09, 2008 4:05:07 PM" FullDateTime
String.Format("{0:g}", dt);  // "3/9/2008 4:05 PM"                  ShortDate+ShortTime
String.Format("{0:G}", dt);  // "3/9/2008 4:05:07 PM"               ShortDate+LongTime
String.Format("{0:m}", dt);  // "March 09"                          MonthDay
String.Format("{0:y}", dt);  // "March, 2008"                       YearMonth
String.Format("{0:r}", dt);  // "Sun, 09 Mar 2008 16:05:07 GMT"     RFC1123
String.Format("{0:s}", dt);  // "2008-03-09T16:05:07"               SortableDateTime
String.Format("{0:u}", dt);  // "2008-03-09 16:05:07Z"              UniversalSortableDateTime

/*
Specifier   DateTimeFormatInfo property     Pattern value (for en-US culture)
    t           ShortTimePattern                    h:mm tt
    d           ShortDatePattern                    M/d/yyyy
    T           LongTimePattern                     h:mm:ss tt
    D           LongDatePattern                     dddd, MMMM dd, yyyy
    f           (combination of D and t)            dddd, MMMM dd, yyyy h:mm tt
    F           FullDateTimePattern                 dddd, MMMM dd, yyyy h:mm:ss tt
    g           (combination of d and t)            M/d/yyyy h:mm tt
    G           (combination of d and T)            M/d/yyyy h:mm:ss tt
    m, M        MonthDayPattern                     MMMM dd
    y, Y        YearMonthPattern                    MMMM, yyyy
    r, R        RFC1123Pattern                      ddd, dd MMM yyyy HH':'mm':'ss 'GMT' (*)
    s           SortableDateTi­mePattern             yyyy'-'MM'-'dd'T'HH':'mm':'ss (*)
    u           UniversalSorta­bleDateTimePat­tern    yyyy'-'MM'-'dd HH':'mm':'ss'Z' (*)
                                                    (*) = culture independent   
*/

Update using c# 6 string interpolation format

// create date time 2008-03-09 16:05:07.123
DateTime dt = new DateTime(2008, 3, 9, 16, 5, 7, 123);

$"{dt:y yy yyy yyyy}";  // "8 08 008 2008"   year
$"{dt:M MM MMM MMMM}";  // "3 03 Mar March"  month
$"{dt:d dd ddd dddd}";  // "9 09 Sun Sunday" day
$"{dt:h hh H HH}";      // "4 04 16 16"      hour 12/24
$"{dt:m mm}";           // "5 05"            minute
$"{dt:s ss}";           // "7 07"            second
$"{dt:f ff fff ffff}";  // "1 12 123 1230"   sec.fraction
$"{dt:F FF FFF FFFF}";  // "1 12 123 123"    without zeroes
$"{dt:t tt}";           // "P PM"            A.M. or P.M.
$"{dt:z zz zzz}";       // "-6 -06 -06:00"   time zone

// month/day numbers without/with leading zeroes
$"{dt:M/d/yyyy}";    // "3/9/2008"
$"{dt:MM/dd/yyyy}";  // "03/09/2008"

// day/month names
$"{dt:ddd, MMM d, yyyy}";    // "Sun, Mar 9, 2008"
$"{dt:dddd, MMMM d, yyyy}";  // "Sunday, March 9, 2008"

// two/four digit year
$"{dt:MM/dd/yy}";    // "03/09/08"
$"{dt:MM/dd/yyyy}";  // "03/09/2008"

Returning null in a method whose signature says return int?

Change your return type to java.lang.Integer . This way you can safely return null

Easy way of running the same junit test over and over?

In JUnit 5 it is much simpler by using @RepeatedTest

@RepeatedTest is used to signal that the annotated method is a test template method that should be repeated a specified number of times.

    @RepeatedTest(3) // Runs N Times
    public void test_Prime() {
    }

More info on www.baeldung.com

Confused by python file mode "w+"

As mentioned by h4z3, For a practical use, Sometimes your data is too big to directly load everything, or you have a generator, or real-time incoming data, you could use w+ to store in a file and read later.

Reminder - \r\n or \n\r?

\r\n

Odd to say I remember it because it is the opposite of the typewriter I used.
Well if it was normal I had no need to remember it... :-)

typewriter from wikipedia *Image from Wikipedia

In the typewriter when you finish to digit the line you use the carriage return lever, that before makes roll the drum, the newline, and after allow you to manually operate the carriage return.

You can listen from this record from freesound.org the sound of the paper feeding in the beginning, and at around -1:03 seconds from the end, after the bell warning for the end of the line sound of the drum that rolls and after the one of the carriage return.

Razor HtmlHelper Extensions (or other namespaces for views) Not Found

I had this issue in VS 2015. The following solved it for me:

Find "webpages:Version" in the appsettings and update it to version 3.0.0.0. My web.config had

<add key="webpages:Version" value="2.0.0.0" />

and I updated it to

<add key="webpages:Version" value="3.0.0.0" />

How to concatenate text from multiple rows into a single text string in SQL server?

MySQL complete Example:

We have Users which can have many Data's and we want to have an output, where we can see all users Datas in a list:

Result:

___________________________
| id   |  rowList         |
|-------------------------|
| 0    | 6, 9             |
| 1    | 1,2,3,4,5,7,8,1  |
|_________________________|

Table Setup:

CREATE TABLE `Data` (
  `id` int(11) NOT NULL,
  `user_id` int(11) NOT NULL
) ENGINE=InnoDB AUTO_INCREMENT=11 DEFAULT CHARSET=latin1;


INSERT INTO `Data` (`id`, `user_id`) VALUES
(1, 1),
(2, 1),
(3, 1),
(4, 1),
(5, 1),
(6, 0),
(7, 1),
(8, 1),
(9, 0),
(10, 1);


CREATE TABLE `User` (
  `id` int(11) NOT NULL
) ENGINE=InnoDB DEFAULT CHARSET=latin1;


INSERT INTO `User` (`id`) VALUES
(0),
(1);

Query:

SELECT User.id, GROUP_CONCAT(Data.id ORDER BY Data.id) AS rowList FROM User LEFT JOIN Data ON User.id = Data.user_id GROUP BY User.id

How to sort an ArrayList in Java

Try BeanComparator from Apache Commons.

import org.apache.commons.beanutils.BeanComparator;


BeanComparator fieldComparator = new BeanComparator("fruitName");
Collections.sort(fruits, fieldComparator);

Carousel with Thumbnails in Bootstrap 3.0

Bootstrap 4 (update 2019)

A multi-item carousel can be accomplished in several ways as explained here. Another option is to use separate thumbnails to navigate the carousel slides.

Bootstrap 3 (original answer)

This can be done using the grid inside each carousel item.

       <div id="myCarousel" class="carousel slide">
                <div class="carousel-inner">
                    <div class="item active">
                        <div class="row">
                            <div class="col-sm-3">..
                            </div>
                            <div class="col-sm-3">..
                            </div>
                            <div class="col-sm-3">..
                            </div>
                            <div class="col-sm-3">..
                            </div>
                        </div>
                        <!--/row-->
                    </div>
                    ...add more item(s)
                 </div>
        </div>

Demo example thumbnail slider using the carousel:
http://www.bootply.com/81478

Another example with carousel indicators as thumbnails: http://www.bootply.com/79859

Java: getMinutes and getHours

tl;dr

ZonedDateTime.now().getHour()

… or …

LocalTime.now().getHour() 

ZonedDateTime

The Answer by J.D. is good but not optimal. That Answer uses the LocalDateTime class. Lacking any concept of time zone or offset-from-UTC, that class cannot represent a moment.

Better to use ZonedDateTime.

ZoneId z = ZoneID.of( "America/Montreal" ) ;
ZonedDateTime zdt = ZonedDateTime.now( z ) ;

Specify time zone

If you omit the ZoneId argument, one is applied implicitly at runtime using the JVM’s current default time zone.

So this:

ZonedDateTime.now()

…is the same as this:

ZonedDateTime.now( ZoneId.systemDefault() )

Better to be explicit, passing your desired/expected time zone. The default can change at any moment during runtime.

If critical, confirm the time zone with the user.

Hour-minute

Interrogate the ZonedDateTime for the hour and minute.

int hour = zdt.getHour() ;
int minute = zdt.getMinute() ;

LocalTime

If you want just the time-of-day without the time zone, extract LocalTime.

LocalTime lt = zdt.toLocalTime() ;

Or skip ZonedDateTime entirely, going directly to LocalTime.

LocalTime lt = LocalTime.now( z ) ;  // Capture the current time-of-day as seen in the wall-clock time used by the people of a particular region (a time zone).

java.time types

Table of types of date-time classes in modern java.time versus legacy.


About java.time

The java.time framework is built into Java 8 and later. These classes supplant the troublesome old legacy date-time classes such as java.util.Date, Calendar, & SimpleDateFormat.

To learn more, see the Oracle Tutorial. And search Stack Overflow for many examples and explanations. Specification is JSR 310.

The Joda-Time project, now in maintenance mode, advises migration to the java.time classes.

You may exchange java.time objects directly with your database. Use a JDBC driver compliant with JDBC 4.2 or later. No need for strings, no need for java.sql.* classes.

Where to obtain the java.time classes?

The ThreeTen-Extra project extends java.time with additional classes. This project is a proving ground for possible future additions to java.time. You may find some useful classes here such as Interval, YearWeek, YearQuarter, and more.

Python virtualenv questions

in my project wsgi.py file i have this code (it works with virtualenv,django,apache2 in windows and python 3.4)

import os
import sys
DJANGO_PATH = os.path.join(os.path.abspath(os.path.dirname(__file__)),'..')
sys.path.append(DJANGO_PATH)
sys.path.append('c:/myproject/env/Scripts')
sys.path.append('c:/myproject/env/Lib/site-packages')
activate_this = 'c:/myproject/env/scripts/activate_this.py'
exec(open(activate_this).read())
from django.core.wsgi import get_wsgi_application
os.environ.setdefault("DJANGO_SETTINGS_MODULE", "myproject.settings")
application = get_wsgi_application()

in virtualhost file conf i have

<VirtualHost *:80>
    ServerName mysite
    WSGIScriptAlias / c:/myproject/myproject/myproject/wsgi.py
    DocumentRoot c:/myproject/myproject/
    <Directory  "c:/myproject/myproject/myproject/">
       Options +Indexes +FollowSymLinks +MultiViews
       AllowOverride All
      Require local
   </Directory>
</VirtualHost>

Enabling refreshing for specific html elements only

Try this in your script:

$("#YourElement").html(htmlData);

I do this in my table refreshment.

In Python, how do I determine if an object is iterable?

In Python <= 2.5, you can't and shouldn't - iterable was an "informal" interface.

But since Python 2.6 and 3.0 you can leverage the new ABC (abstract base class) infrastructure along with some builtin ABCs which are available in the collections module:

from collections import Iterable

class MyObject(object):
    pass

mo = MyObject()
print isinstance(mo, Iterable)
Iterable.register(MyObject)
print isinstance(mo, Iterable)

print isinstance("abc", Iterable)

Now, whether this is desirable or actually works, is just a matter of conventions. As you can see, you can register a non-iterable object as Iterable - and it will raise an exception at runtime. Hence, isinstance acquires a "new" meaning - it just checks for "declared" type compatibility, which is a good way to go in Python.

On the other hand, if your object does not satisfy the interface you need, what are you going to do? Take the following example:

from collections import Iterable
from traceback import print_exc

def check_and_raise(x):
    if not isinstance(x, Iterable):
        raise TypeError, "%s is not iterable" % x
    else:
        for i in x:
            print i

def just_iter(x):
    for i in x:
        print i


class NotIterable(object):
    pass

if __name__ == "__main__":
    try:
        check_and_raise(5)
    except:
        print_exc()
        print

    try:
        just_iter(5)
    except:
        print_exc()
        print

    try:
        Iterable.register(NotIterable)
        ni = NotIterable()
        check_and_raise(ni)
    except:
        print_exc()
        print

If the object doesn't satisfy what you expect, you just throw a TypeError, but if the proper ABC has been registered, your check is unuseful. On the contrary, if the __iter__ method is available Python will automatically recognize object of that class as being Iterable.

So, if you just expect an iterable, iterate over it and forget it. On the other hand, if you need to do different things depending on input type, you might find the ABC infrastructure pretty useful.

Cannot assign requested address using ServerSocket.socketBind

The error says Cannot assign requested address. This means that you need to use the correct address for one of your network interfaces or 0.0.0.0 to accept connections from all interfaces.

The other solutions about ports only work after sometimes-failing black magic (like working after some computer restarts but not others) because the port is completely irrelevant.

Print array without brackets and commas

I used join() function like:

i=new Array("Hi", "Hello", "Cheers", "Greetings");
i=i.join("");

Which Prints:
HiHelloCheersGreetings


See more: Javascript Join - Use Join to Make an Array into a String in Javascript

How to format html table with inline styles to look like a rendered Excel table?

Add cellpadding and cellspacing to solve it. Edit: Also removed double pixel border.

<style>
td
{border-left:1px solid black;
border-top:1px solid black;}
table
{border-right:1px solid black;
border-bottom:1px solid black;}
</style>
<html>
    <body>
        <table cellpadding="0" cellspacing="0">
            <tr>
                <td width="350" >
                    Foo
                </td>
                <td width="80" >
                    Foo1
                </td>
                <td width="65" >
                    Foo2
                </td>
            </tr>
            <tr>
                <td>
                    Bar1
                </td>
                <td>
                    Bar2
                </td>
                <td>
                    Bar3
                </td>
            </tr>
            <tr >
                <td>
                    Bar1
                </td>
                <td>
                    Bar2
                </td>
                <td>
                    Bar3
                </td>
            </tr>
        </table>
    </body>
</html>

Detect WebBrowser complete page loading

You can use the event ProgressChanged ; the last time it is raised will indicate that the document is fully rendered:

this.webBrowser.ProgressChanged += new
WebBrowserProgressChangedEventHandler(webBrowser_ProgressChanged);

Retrofit 2.0 how to get deserialised error response.body

I was facing same issue. I solved it with retrofit. Let me show this...

If your error JSON structure are like

{
"error": {
    "status": "The email field is required."
}
}


My ErrorRespnce.java 

public class ErrorResponse {

   @SerializedName("error")
   @Expose
   private ErrorStatus error;

   public ErrorStatus getError() {
      return error;
   }

   public void setError(ErrorStatus error) {
      this.error = error;
   }
}

And this my Error status class

public class ErrorStatus {

  @SerializedName("status")
  @Expose
  private String status;

  public String getStatus() {
      return status;
  }

  public void setStatus(String status) {
      this.status = status;
  }
}

Now we need a class which can handle our json.

  public class ErrorUtils {

   public static ErrorResponse parseError (Response<?> response){
      Converter<ResponseBody , ErrorResponse> converter =          ApiClient.getClient().responseBodyConverter(ErrorResponse.class , new Annotation[0]);
    ErrorResponse errorResponse;
    try{
        errorResponse = converter.convert(response.errorBody());
    }catch (IOException e){
        return new ErrorResponse();
    }
    return errorResponse;
}
}

Now we can check our response in retrofit api call

private void registrationRequest(String name , String email , String password , String c_password){


    final Call<RegistrationResponce> registrationResponceCall = apiInterface.getRegistration(name , email , password , c_password);
    registrationResponceCall.enqueue(new Callback<RegistrationResponce>() {
        @Override
        public void onResponse(Call<RegistrationResponce> call, Response<RegistrationResponce> response) {



            if (response.code() == 200){


            }else if (response.code() == 401){


                ErrorResponse errorResponse = ErrorUtils.parseError(response);
                Toast.makeText(MainActivity.this, ""+errorResponse.getError().getStatus(), Toast.LENGTH_SHORT).show();
            }
        }

        @Override
        public void onFailure(Call<RegistrationResponce> call, Throwable t) {

        }
    });
}

That's it now you can show your Toast

Convert number to month name in PHP

I think using cal_info() is the easiest way to convert from number to string.

$monthNum = sprintf("%02s", $result["month"]); //Returns `08`
$monthName = cal_info(0); //Returns Gregorian (Western) calendar array
$monthName = $monthName[months][$monthNum];

echo $monthName; //Returns "August"

See the docs for cal_info()

Add element to a JSON file?

One possible issue I see is you set your JSON unconventionally within an array/list object. I would recommend using JSON in its most accepted form, i.e.:

test_json = { "a": 1, "b": 2}

Once you do this, adding a json element only involves the following line:

test_json["c"] = 3

This will result in:

{'a': 1, 'b': 2, 'c': 3}

Afterwards, you can add that json back into an array or a list of that is desired.

Capturing standard out and error with Start-Process

Here's a kludgy way to get the output from another powershell process:

start-process -wait -nonewwindow powershell 'ps | Export-Clixml out.xml'; import-clixml out.xml

How to consume a webApi from asp.net Web API to store result in database?

In this tutorial is explained how to consume a web api with C#, in this example a console application is used, but you can also use another web api to consume of course.

http://www.asp.net/web-api/overview/web-api-clients/calling-a-web-api-from-a-net-client

You should have a look at the HttpClient

HttpClient client = new HttpClient();
client.BaseAddress = new Uri("http://localhost/yourwebapi");

Make sure your requests ask for the response in JSON using the Accept header like this:

client.DefaultRequestHeaders.Accept.Add(
new MediaTypeWithQualityHeaderValue("application/json"));

Now comes the part that differs from the tutorial, make sure you have the same objects as the other WEB API, if not, then you have to map the objects to your own objects. ASP.NET will convert the JSON you receive to the object you want it to be.

HttpResponseMessage response = client.GetAsync("api/yourcustomobjects").Result;
if (response.IsSuccessStatusCode)
{
    var yourcustomobjects = response.Content.ReadAsAsync<IEnumerable<YourCustomObject>>().Result;
    foreach (var x in yourcustomobjects)
    {
        //Call your store method and pass in your own object
        SaveCustomObjectToDB(x);
    }
}
else
{
    //Something has gone wrong, handle it here
}

please note that I use .Result for the case of the example. You should consider using the async await pattern here.

Serving favicon.ico in ASP.NET MVC

It should also be possible to create a controller that returns the ico file and register the route /favicon.ico to point to that controller.

Difference between no-cache and must-revalidate

max-age=0, must-revalidate and no-cache aren't exactly identical. With must-revalidate, if the server doesn't respond to a revalidation request, the browser/proxy is supposed to return a 504 error. With no-cache, it would just show the cached content, which would be probably preferred by the user (better to have something stale than nothing at all). This is why must-revalidate is intended for critical transactions only.

diff to output only the file names

rsync -rvc --delete --size-only --dry-run source dir target dir

Eclipse Build Path Nesting Errors

STS IDE

It depends on which folder one is telling "Use as Source Folder" to. In the structure on the picture if one says it to the folder "target" or "generated", he gets the "nested" error. But on "cxf" folder, which is the last, mentioned in the pom.xml's 'plugin' section and where from the package structure begins (as shown on .wsdl file), i.e. - the right folder to do it 'source' one, then there is no error

SQL ORDER BY multiple columns

It depends on the size of your database.

SQL is based on the SET theory: there is no order inherently used when querying a table.

So if you were to run the first query, it would first order by product price and then product name, IF there were any duplicates in the price category, say $20 for example, it would then order those duplicates by their names, therefore always maintaining that when you run your query it will always return the same set of result in the same order.

If you were to run the second query, it would only order by the name, so if there were two products with the same name (for some odd reason) then they wouldn't have a guaranteed order after you run the query.

How do I calculate the MD5 checksum of a file in Python?

In Python 3.8+ you can do

import hashlib

with open("your_filename.png", "rb") as f:
    file_hash = hashlib.md5()
    while chunk := f.read(8192):
        file_hash.update(chunk)

print(file_hash.digest())
print(file_hash.hexdigest())  # to get a printable str instead of bytes

On Python 3.7 and below:

with open("your_filename.png", "rb") as f:
    file_hash = hashlib.md5()
    chunk = f.read(8192)
    while chunk:
        file_hash.update(chunk)
        chunk = f.read(8192)

print(file_hash.hexdigest())

This reads the file 8192 (or 2¹³) bytes at a time instead of all at once with f.read() to use less memory.


Consider using hashlib.blake2b instead of md5 (just replace md5 with blake2b in the above snippets). It's cryptographically secure and faster than MD5.

The program can't start because api-ms-win-crt-runtime-l1-1-0.dll is missing while starting Apache server on my computer

I was facing the same issue. After many tries below solution worked for me.

Before installing VC++ install your windows updates. 1. Go to Start - Control Panel - Windows Update 2. Check for the updates. 3. Install all updates. 4. Restart your system.

After that you can follow the below steps.

@ABHI KUMAR

Download the Visual C++ Redistributable 2015

Visual C++ Redistributable for Visual Studio 2015 (64-bit)

Visual C++ Redistributable for Visual Studio 2015 (32-bit)

(Reinstal if already installed) then restart your computer or use windows updates for download auto.

For link download https://www.microsoft.com/de-de/download/details.aspx?id=48145.

How to create a template function within a class? (C++)

The easiest way is to put the declaration and definition in the same file, but it may cause over-sized excutable file. E.g.

class Foo
{
public:
template <typename T> void some_method(T t) {//...}
}

Also, it is possible to put template definition in the separate files, i.e. to put them in .cpp and .h files. All you need to do is to explicitly include the template instantiation to the .cpp files. E.g.

// .h file
class Foo
{
public:
template <typename T> void some_method(T t);
}

// .cpp file
//...
template <typename T> void Foo::some_method(T t) 
{//...}
//...

template void Foo::some_method<int>(int);
template void Foo::some_method<double>(double);

Calling functions in a DLL from C++

There are many ways to do this but I think one of the easiest options is to link the application to the DLL at link time and then use a definition file to define the symbols to be exported from the DLL.

CAVEAT: The definition file approach works bests for undecorated symbol names. If you want to export decorated symbols then it is probably better to NOT USE the definition file approach.

Here is an simple example on how this is done.

Step 1: Define the function in the export.h file.

int WINAPI IsolatedFunction(const char *title, const char *test);

Step 2: Define the function in the export.cpp file.

#include <windows.h>

int WINAPI IsolatedFunction(const char *title, const char *test)
{
    MessageBox(0, title, test, MB_OK);
    return 1;
}

Step 3: Define the function as an export in the export.def defintion file.

EXPORTS    IsolatedFunction          @1

Step 4: Create a DLL project and add the export.cpp and export.def files to this project. Building this project will create an export.dll and an export.lib file.

The following two steps link to the DLL at link time. If you don't want to define the entry points at link time, ignore the next two steps and use the LoadLibrary and GetProcAddress to load the function entry point at runtime.

Step 5: Create a Test application project to use the dll by adding the export.lib file to the project. Copy the export.dll file to ths same location as the Test console executable.

Step 6: Call the IsolatedFunction function from within the Test application as shown below.

#include "stdafx.h"

// get the function prototype of the imported function
#include "../export/export.h"

int APIENTRY WinMain(HINSTANCE hInstance,
                     HINSTANCE hPrevInstance,
                     LPSTR     lpCmdLine,
                     int       nCmdShow)
{
    // call the imported function found in the dll
    int result = IsolatedFunction("hello", "world");

    return 0;
}

Reading Datetime value From Excel sheet

Reading Datetime value From Excel sheet : Try this will be work.

string sDate = (xlRange.Cells[4, 3] as Excel.Range).Value2.ToString();

double date = double.Parse(sDate);

var dateTime = DateTime.FromOADate(date).ToString("MMMM dd, yyyy");

keytool error Keystore was tampered with, or password was incorrect

I solved it by using the default password for cacerts keystore : 'changeit'

How to terminate a Python script

In Python 3.5, I tried to incorporate similar code without use of modules (e.g. sys, Biopy) other than what's built-in to stop the script and print an error message to my users. Here's my example:

## My example:
if "ATG" in my_DNA: 
    ## <Do something & proceed...>
else: 
    print("Start codon is missing! Check your DNA sequence!")
    exit() ## as most folks said above

Later on, I found it is more succinct to just throw an error:

## My example revised:
if "ATG" in my_DNA: 
    ## <Do something & proceed...>
else: 
    raise ValueError("Start codon is missing! Check your DNA sequence!")

Cannot deserialize the JSON array (e.g. [1,2,3]) into type ' ' because type requires JSON object (e.g. {"name":"value"}) to deserialize correctly

Your json string is wrapped within square brackets ([]), hence it is interpreted as array instead of single RetrieveMultipleResponse object. Therefore, you need to deserialize it to type collection of RetrieveMultipleResponse, for example :

var objResponse1 = 
    JsonConvert.DeserializeObject<List<RetrieveMultipleResponse>>(JsonStr);

Get the value of a dropdown in jQuery

The best way is to use:

$("#yourid option:selected").text();

Depending on the requirement, you could also use this way:

var v = $("#yourid").val();
$("#yourid option[value="+v+"]").text()

How to remove all elements in String array in java?

Usually someone uses collections if something frequently changes.

E.g.

    List<String> someList = new ArrayList<String>();
    // initialize list
    someList.add("Mango");
    someList.add("....");
    // remove all elements
    someList.clear();
    // empty list

An ArrayList for example uses a backing Array. The resizing and this stuff is handled automatically. In most cases this is the appropriate way.

Using LIKE in an Oracle IN clause

You don't need a collection type as mentioned in https://stackoverflow.com/a/6074261/802058. Just use an subquery:

SELECT *
FROM tbl t
WHERE EXISTS (
    SELECT 1
    FROM (
        SELECT 'val1%' AS val FROM dual
        UNION ALL
        SELECT 'val2%' AS val FROM dual
        -- ...
        -- or simply use an subquery here
    )
    WHERE t.my_col LIKE val
)

using sql count in a case statement

select sum(rsp_ind = 0) as `New`,
       sum(rsp_ind = 1) as `Accepted` 
from tb_a

ActiveX component can't create object

It really looks as though the object you are referencing is not registered on the system. I know you said it's installed, but that doesn't necessarily mean it's registered. To confirm this, search for the progID that you used in your registry.

Example for this code:

set objFSO = CreateObject("Scripting.FileSystemObject") 

I would search for Scripting.FileSystemObject in the registry. Then I would look at registry key above the found value, for InProcServer32 value. This will give you the path to the ActiveX file that it was registered from (for Scripting.FileSystemObject the file is "c:\windows\system32\scrrun.dll").

If you can't find your progID in the registry, then it's not registered on your system which is your problem. If it's not registered you need to find out what file registers it, which is usually an .ocx or a .dll in the same folder path of your third party app, and then register these file(s). Here is the command to register a file:

regsvr32 /i "c:\windows\system32\scrrun.dll"

Even if you find the progID value in the registry and it references a file that is present on your system, you may still want to try re-registering the file. I have found that sometimes the registration got broken somehow somewhere and it was easier to re-register the files then it was to fix the issue.

Can I define a class name on paragraph using Markdown?

It should also be mentioned that <span> tags allow inside them -- block-level items negate MD natively inside them unless you configure them not to do so, but in-line styles natively allow MD within them. As such, I often do something akin to...

This is a superfluous paragraph thing.

<span class="class-red">And thus I delve into my topic, Lorem ipsum lollipop bubblegum.</span>

And thus with that I conclude.

I am not 100% sure if this is universal but seems to be the case in all MD editors I've used.

How to open an Excel file in C#?

It's easier to help you if you say what's wrong as well, or what fails when you run it.

But from a quick glance you've confused a few things.

The following doesn't work because of a couple of issues.

if (Directory("C:\\csharp\\error report1.xls") = "")

What you are trying to do is creating a new Directory object that should point to a file and then check if there was any errors.

What you are actually doing is trying to call a function named Directory() and then assign a string to the result. This won't work since 1/ you don't have a function named Directory(string str) and you cannot assign to the result from a function (you can only assign a value to a variable).

What you should do (for this line at least) is the following

FileInfo fi = new FileInfo("C:\\csharp\\error report1.xls");
if(!fi.Exists)
{
    // Create the xl file here
}
else
{
    // Open file here
}

As to why the Excel code doesn't work, you have to check the documentation for the Excel library which google should be able to provide for you.

Find first and last day for previous calendar month in SQL Server Reporting Services (VB.Net)

I'm not familiar with SSRS, but you can get the beginning and end of the previous month in VB.Net using the DateTime constructor, like this:

Dim prevMonth As DateTime = yourDate.AddMonths(-1)

Dim prevMonthStart As New DateTime(prevMonth.Year, prevMonth.Month, 1)
Dim prevMonthEnd As New DateTime(prevMonth.Year, prevMonth.Month, DateTime.DaysInMonth(prevMonth.Year, prevMonth.Month))

(yourDate can be any DateTime object, such as DateTime.Today or #12/23/2003#)

How to zoom in/out an UIImage object when user pinches screen?

Another easy way to do this is to place your UIImageView within a UIScrollView. As I describe here, you need to set the scroll view's contentSize to be the same as your UIImageView's size. Set your controller instance to be the delegate of the scroll view and implement the viewForZoomingInScrollView: and scrollViewDidEndZooming:withView:atScale: methods to allow for pinch-zooming and image panning. This is effectively what Ben's solution does, only in a slightly more lightweight manner, as you don't have the overhead of a full web view.

One issue you may run into is that the scaling within the scroll view comes in the form of transforms applied to the image. This may lead to blurriness at high zoom factors. For something that can be redrawn, you can follow my suggestions here to provide a crisper display after the pinch gesture is finished. hniels' solution could be used at that point to rescale your image.

Detect Close windows event by jQuery

You can solve this problem with vanilla-Js:

Unload Basics

If you want to prompt or warn your user that they're going to close your page, you need to add code that sets .returnValue on a beforeunload event:

    window.addEventListener('beforeunload', (event) => {
      event.returnValue = `Are you sure you want to leave?`;
    });

There's two things to remember.

  1. Most modern browsers (Chrome 51+, Safari 9.1+ etc) will ignore what you say and just present a generic message. This prevents webpage authors from writing egregious messages, e.g., "Closing this tab will make your computer EXPLODE! ".

  2. Showing a prompt isn't guaranteed. Just like playing audio on the web, browsers can ignore your request if a user hasn't interacted with your page. As a user, imagine opening and closing a tab that you never switch to—the background tab should not be able to prompt you that it's closing.

Optionally Show

You can add a simple condition to control whether to prompt your user by checking something within the event handler. This is fairly basic good practice, and could work well if you're just trying to warn a user that they've not finished filling out a single static form. For example:

    let formChanged = false;
    myForm.addEventListener('change', () => formChanged = true);
    window.addEventListener('beforeunload', (event) => {
      if (formChanged) {
        event.returnValue = 'You have unfinished changes!';
      }
    });

But if your webpage or webapp is reasonably complex, these kinds of checks can get unwieldy. Sure, you can add more and more checks, but a good abstraction layer can help you and have other benefits—which I'll get to later. ???


Promises

So, let's build an abstraction layer around the Promise object, which represents the future result of work- like a response from a network fetch().

The traditional way folks are taught promises is to think of them as a single operation, perhaps requiring several steps- fetch from the server, update the DOM, save to a database. However, by sharing the Promise, other code can leverage it to watch when it's finished.

Pending Work

Here's an example of keeping track of pending work. By calling addToPendingWork with a Promise—for example, one returned from fetch()—we'll control whether to warn the user that they're going to unload your page.

    const pendingOps = new Set();

    window.addEventListener('beforeunload', (event) => {
      if (pendingOps.size) {
        event.returnValue = 'There is pending work. Sure you want to leave?';
      }
    });

    function addToPendingWork(promise) {
      pendingOps.add(promise);
      const cleanup = () => pendingOps.delete(promise);
      promise.then(cleanup).catch(cleanup);
    }

Now, all you need to do is call addToPendingWork(p) on a promise, maybe one returned from fetch(). This works well for network operations and such- they naturally return a Promise because you're blocked on something outside the webpage's control.

more detail can view in this url:

https://dev.to/chromiumdev/sure-you-want-to-leavebrowser-beforeunload-event-4eg5

Hope that can solve your problem.

Is there a Google Chrome-only CSS hack?

Try to use the new '@supports' feature, here is one good hack that you might like:

* UPDATE!!! * Microsoft Edge and Safari 9 both added support for the @supports feature in Fall 2015, Firefox also -- so here is my updated version for you:

/* Chrome 29+ (Only) */

@supports (-webkit-appearance:none) and (not (overflow:-webkit-marquee))
and (not (-ms-ime-align:auto)) and (not (-moz-appearance:none)) { 
   .selector { color:red; } 
}

More info on this here (the reverse... Safari but not Chrome): [ is there a css hack for safari only NOT chrome? ]

The previous CSS Hack [before Edge and Safari 9 or newer Firefox versions]:

/* Chrome 28+ (now also Microsoft Edge, Firefox, and Safari 9+) */

@supports (-webkit-appearance:none) { .selector { color:red; } }

This worked for (only) chrome, version 28 and newer.

(The above chrome 28+ hack was not one of my creations. I found this on the web and since it was so good I sent it to BrowserHacks.com recently, there are others coming.)

August 17th, 2014 update: As I mentioned, I have been working on reaching more versions of chrome (and many other browsers), and here is one I crafted that handles chrome 35 and newer.

/* Chrome 35+ */

_::content, _:future, .selector:not(*:root) { color:red; }

In the comments below it was mentioned by @BoltClock about future, past, not... etc... We can in fact use them to go a little farther back in Chrome history.

So then this is one that also works but not 'Chrome-only' which is why I did not put it here. You still have to separate it by a Safari-only hack to complete the process. I have created css hacks to do this however, not to worry. Here are a few of them, starting with the simplest:

/* Chrome 26+, Safari 6.1+ */

_:past, .selector:not(*:root) { color:red; }

Or instead, this one which goes back to Chrome 22 and newer, but Safari as well...

/* Chrome 22+, Safari 6.1+ */

@media screen and (-webkit-min-device-pixel-ratio:0)
and (min-resolution:.001dpcm),
screen and(-webkit-min-device-pixel-ratio:0)
{
    .selector { color:red; } 
}

The block of Chrome versions 22-28 (more complicated but works nicely) are also possible to target via a combination I worked out:

/* Chrome 22-28 (Only!) */

@media screen and(-webkit-min-device-pixel-ratio:0)
{
    .selector  {-chrome-:only(;

       color:red; 

    );}
}

Now follow up with this next couple I also created that targets Safari 6.1+ (only) in order to still separate Chrome and Safari. Updated to include Safari 8

/* Safari 6.1-7.0 */

@media screen and (-webkit-min-device-pixel-ratio:0) and (min-color-index:0)
{
    .selector {(;  color:blue;  );} 
}


/* Safari 7.1+ */

_::-webkit-full-page-media, _:future, :root .selector { color:blue; } 

So if you put one of the Chrome+Safari hacks above, and then the Safari 6.1-7 and 8 hacks in your styles sequentially, you will have Chrome items in red, and Safari items in blue.

How can I pass a file argument to my bash script using a Terminal command in Linux?

Bash supports a concept called "Positional Parameters". These positional parameters represent arguments that are specified on the command line when a Bash script is invoked.

Positional parameters are referred to by the names $0, $1, $2 ... and so on. $0 is the name of the script itself, $1 is the first argument to the script, $2 the second, etc. $* represents all of the positional parameters, except for $0 (i.e. starting with $1).

An example:

#!/bin/bash
FILE="$1"
externalprogram "$FILE" <other-parameters>

Getting char from string at specified index

char = split_string_to_char(text)(index)

------

Function split_string_to_char(text) As String()

   Dim chars() As String
   For char_count = 1 To Len(text)
      ReDim Preserve chars(char_count - 1)
      chars(char_count - 1) = Mid(text, char_count, 1)
   Next
   split_string_to_char = chars
End Function

How to run SUDO command in WinSCP to transfer files from Windows to linux

I do have the same issue, and I am not sure whether it is possible or not,

tried the above solutions are not worked for me.

for a workaround, I am going with moving the files to my HOME directory, editing and replacing the files with SSH.

Not unique table/alias

 select persons.personsid,name,info.id,address
    -> from persons
    -> inner join persons on info.infoid = info.info.id;

How do I get next month date from today's date and insert it in my database?

Be careful, because sometimes strtotime("+1 months") can skip month numbers.

Example:

$today = date("Y-m-d"); // 2012-01-30
$next_month = date("Y-m-d", strtotime("$today +1 month"));

If today is January, next month should be February which has 28 or 29 days, but PHP will return March as next month, not February.

How can I put the current running linux process in background?

Suspend the process with CTRL+Z then use the command bg to resume it in background. For example:

sleep 60
^Z  #Suspend character shown after hitting CTRL+Z
[1]+  Stopped  sleep 60  #Message showing stopped process info
bg  #Resume current job (last job stopped)

More about job control and bg usage in bash manual page:

JOB CONTROL
Typing the suspend character (typically ^Z, Control-Z) while a process is running causes that process to be stopped and returns control to bash. [...] The user may then manipulate the state of this job, using the bg command to continue it in the background, [...]. A ^Z takes effect immediately, and has the additional side effect of causing pending output and typeahead to be discarded.

bg [jobspec ...]
Resume each suspended job jobspec in the background, as if it had been started with &. If jobspec is not present, the shell's notion of the current job is used.

EDIT

To start a process where you can even kill the terminal and it still carries on running

nohup [command] [-args] > [filename] 2>&1 &

e.g.

nohup /home/edheal/myprog -arg1 -arg2 > /home/edheal/output.txt 2>&1 &

To just ignore the output (not very wise) change the filename to /dev/null

To get the error message set to a different file change the &1 to a filename.

In addition: You can use the jobs command to see an indexed list of those backgrounded processes. And you can kill a backgrounded process by running kill %1 or kill %2 with the number being the index of the process.

MySQL SELECT WHERE datetime matches day (and not necessarily time)

You can use %:

SELECT * FROM datetable WHERE datecol LIKE '2012-12-25%'

Obtain form input fields using jQuery?

Don't forget the checkboxes and radio buttons -

var inputs = $("#myForm :input");
var obj = $.map(inputs, function(n, i) {
  var o = {};
  if (n.type == "radio" || n.type == "checkbox")
    o[n.id] = $(n).attr("checked");
  else
    o[n.id] = $(n).val();
  return o;
});
return obj

Difference between webdriver.Dispose(), .Close() and .Quit()

My understanding is driver.close(); will close the current browser, and driver.quit(); will terminate all the browser that.

Cocoa Touch: How To Change UIView's Border Color And Thickness?

If you want to add different border on different sides, may be add a subview with the specific style is a way easy to come up with.

"OSError: [Errno 1] Operation not permitted" when installing Scrapy in OSX 10.11 (El Capitan) (System Integrity Protection)

I tried to install AWS via pip in El Capitan but this error appear

OSError: [Errno 1] Operation not permitted: '/var/folders/wm/jhnj0g_s16gb36y8kwvrgm7h0000gp/T/pip-wTnb_D-uninstall/System/Library/Frameworks/Python.framework/Versions/2.7/Extras/lib/python/six-1.4.1-py2.7.egg-info'

I found the answer here

sudo -H pip install awscli --upgrade --ignore-installed six

It works for me :)

Eclipse count lines of code

Another way would by to use another loc utility, like LocMetrics for instance.
It also lists many other loc tools. The integration with Eclipse wouldn't be always there (as it would be with Metrics2, which you can check out because it is a more recent version than Metrics), but at least those tools can reason in term of logical lines (computed by summing the terminal semicolons and terminal curly braces).
You can also check with eclipse-metrics is more adapted to what you expect.

How to define constants in Visual C# like #define in C?

Check How to: Define Constants in C# on MSDN:

In C# the #define preprocessor directive cannot be used to define constants in the way that is typically used in C and C++.

Remove unused imports in Android Studio

Press Alt + Enter with the cursor on top of the import. The Optimize imports menu will show. Press Enter again. Your unused imports will be removed.

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jQuery Keypress Arrow Keys

$(document).keydown(function(e) {
    console.log(e.keyCode);
});

Keypress events do detect arrow keys, but not in all browsers. So it's better to use keydown.

These are keycodes you should be getting in your console log:

  • left = 37
  • up = 38
  • right = 39
  • down = 40

How to increase size of DOSBox window?

Looking again at your question, I think I see what's wrong with your conf file. You set:

fullresolution=1366x768 windowresolution=1366x768

That's why you're getting the letterboxing (black on either side). You've essentially told Dosbox that your screen is the same size as your window, but your screen is actually bigger, 1600x900 (or higher) per the Googled specs for that computer. So the 'difference' shows up in black. So you either should change fullresolution to your actual screen resolution, or revert to fullresolution=original default, and only specify the window resolution.

So now I wonder if you really want fullscreen, though your question asks about only a window. For you are getting a window, but you sized it short of your screen, hence the two black stripes (letterboxing). If you really want fullscreen, then you need to specify the actual resolution of your screen. 1366x768 is not big enough.

The next issue is, what's the resolution of the program itself? It won't go past its own resolution. So if the program/game is (natively) say 1280x720 (HD), then your window resolution setting shouldn't be bigger than that (remember, it's fixed not dynamic when you use AxB as windowresolution).

Example: DOS Lotus 123 will only extend eight columns and 20 rows. The bigger the Dosbox, the bigger the text, but not more columns and rows. So setting a higher windowresolution for that, only results in bigger text, not more columns and rows. After that you'll have letterboxing.

Hope this helps you better.

how do I set height of container DIV to 100% of window height?

html {
  min-height: 100%;
}

body {
  min-height: 100vh;
}

The html height (%) will take care of the height of the documents that's height is more than a 100% of the screen view while the body view height (vh) will take care of the document's height that is less than the height of the screen view.

Create whole path automatically when writing to a new file

Use File.mkdirs():

File dir = new File("C:\\user\\Desktop\\dir1\\dir2");
dir.mkdirs();
File file = new File(dir, "filename.txt");
FileWriter newJsp = new FileWriter(file);

How to get store information in Magento?

In Magento 1.9.4.0 and maybe all versions in 1.x use:

Mage::getStoreConfig('general/store_information/address');

and the following params, it depends what you want to get:

  • general/store_information/name
  • general/store_information/phone
  • general/store_information/merchant_country
  • general/store_information/address
  • general/store_information/merchant_vat_number

Set Label Text with JQuery

The checkbox is in a td, so need to get the parent first:

$("input:checkbox").on("change", function() {
    $(this).parent().next().find("label").text("TESTTTT");
});

Alternatively, find a label which has a for with the same id (perhaps more performant than reverse traversal) :

$("input:checkbox").on("change", function() {
    $("label[for='" + $(this).attr('id') + "']").text("TESTTTT");
});

Or, to be more succinct just this.id:

$("input:checkbox").on("change", function() {
    $("label[for='" + this.id + "']").text("TESTTTT");
});

How to add parameters into a WebRequest?

Hope this works

webRequest.Credentials= new NetworkCredential("API_User","API_Password");

Calculating arithmetic mean (one type of average) in Python

Use statistics.mean:

import statistics
print(statistics.mean([1,2,4])) # 2.3333333333333335

It's available since Python 3.4. For 3.1-3.3 users, an old version of the module is available on PyPI under the name stats. Just change statistics to stats.

How to run the Python program forever?

sleep is a good way to avoid overload on the cpu

not sure if it's really clever, but I usually use

while(not sleep(5)):
    #code to execute

sleep method always returns None.

Rails Model find where not equal

The only way you can get it fancier is with MetaWhere.

MetaWhere has a newer cousin which is called Squeel which allows code like this:

GroupUser.where{user_id != me}

It goes without saying, that if this is the only refactor you are going to make, it is not worth using a gem and I would just stick with what you got. Squeel is useful in situations where you have many complex queries interacting with Ruby code.

Codeigniter $this->db->order_by(' ','desc') result is not complete

Put the line $this->db->order_by("course_name","desc"); at top of your query. Like

$this->db->order_by("course_name","desc");$this->db->select('*');
$this->db->where('tennant_id',$tennant_id);
$this->db->from('courses');
$query=$this->db->get();
return $query->result();

EF 5 Enable-Migrations : No context type was found in the assembly

enable-migrations -EnableAutomaticMigration:$false with this command you can enable migration at Ef 6.3 version because C# enable as default migrations at Ef 6.3 version.

SQL Server : export query as a .txt file

Another way is from command line, using the osql:

OSQL -S SERVERNAME -E -i thequeryfile.sql -o youroutputfile.txt

This can be used from a BAT file and shceduled by a windows user to authenticated.

PHP: date function to get month of the current date

What does your "data variable" look like? If it's like this:

$mydate = "2010-05-12 13:57:01";

You can simply do:

$month = date("m",strtotime($mydate));

For more information, take a look at date and strtotime.

EDIT:

To compare with an int, just do a date_format($date,"n"); which will give you the month without leading zero.

Alternatively, try one of these:

if((int)$month == 1)...
if(abs($month) == 1)...

Or something weird using ltrim, round, floor... but date_format() with "n" would be the best.

Switch case with fallthrough?

  • Do not use () behind function names in bash unless you like to define them.
  • use [23] in case to match 2 or 3
  • static string cases should be enclosed by '' instead of ""

If enclosed in "", the interpreter (needlessly) tries to expand possible variables in the value before matching.

case "$C" in
'1')
    do_this
    ;;
[23])
    do_what_you_are_supposed_to_do
    ;;
*)
    do_nothing
    ;;
esac

For case insensitive matching, you can use character classes (like [23]):

case "$C" in

# will match C='Abra' and C='abra'
[Aa]'bra')
    do_mysterious_things
    ;;

# will match all letter cases at any char like `abra`, `ABRA` or `AbRa`
[Aa][Bb][Rr][Aa])
    do_wild_mysterious_things
    ;;

esac

But abra didn't hit anytime because it will be matched by the first case.

If needed, you can omit ;; in the first case to continue testing for matches in following cases too. (;; jumps to esac)

Handling file renames in git

Just ran into this issue - if you updated a bunch of files and don't want to do git mv all of them this also works:

  1. Rename parent directory from /dir/RenamedFile.js to /whatever/RenamedFile.js.
  2. git add -A to stage that change
  3. Rename parent directory back to /dir/RenamedFile.js.
  4. git add -A again, will re-stage vs that change, forcing git to pick up the filename change.

What is SOA "in plain english"?

SOA is an architectural style but also a vision on how heterogeneous application should be developped and integrated. The main purpose of SOA is to shift away from monolithic applications and have instead a set of reusable services that can be composed to build applications.

IMHO, SOA makes sense only at the enterprise-level, and means nothing for a single application.

In many enterprise, each department had its own set of enterprise applications which implied

  1. Similar feature were implemented several times

  2. Data (e.g. customer or employee data) need to be shared between several applications

  3. Applications were department-centric.

With SOA, the idea is to have reusable services be made available enterprise-wide, so that application can be built and composed out of them. The promise of SOA are

  1. No need to reimplement similar features over and over (e.g. provide a customer or employee service)

  2. Facilitates integration of applications together and the access to common data or features

  3. Enterprise-centric development effort.

The SOA vision requires an technological shift as well as an organizational shift. Whereas it solves some problem, it also introduces other, for instance security is much harder with SOA that with monolithic application. Therefore SOA is subject to discussion on whether it works or not.

This is the 1000ft view of SOA. It however doesn't stop here. There are other concepts complementing SOA such as business process orchestration (BPM), enterprise service bus (ESB), complex event processing (CEP), etc. They all tackle the problem of IT/business alignement, that is, how to have the IT be able to support the business effectively.

How do I make a transparent canvas in html5?

Iif you want a particular <canvas id="canvasID"> to be always transparent you just have to set

#canvasID{
    opacity:0.5;
}

Instead, if you want some particular elements inside the canvas area to be transparent, you have to set transparency when you draw, i.e.

context.fillStyle = "rgba(0, 0, 200, 0.5)";

How to redirect in a servlet filter?

I'm trying to find a method to redirect my request from filter to login page

Don't

You just invoke

chain.doFilter(request, response);

from filter and the normal flow will go ahead.

I don't know how to redirect from servlet

You can use

response.sendRedirect(url);

to redirect from servlet

How can I align all elements to the left in JPanel?

My favorite method to use would be the BorderLayout method. Here are the five examples with each position the component could go in. The example is for if the component were a button. We will add it to a JPanel, p. The button will be called b.

//To align it to the left
p.add(b, BorderLayout.WEST);

//To align it to the right
p.add(b, BorderLayout.EAST);

//To align it at the top
p.add(b, BorderLayout.NORTH);

//To align it to the bottom
p.add(b, BorderLayout.SOUTH);

//To align it to the center
p.add(b, BorderLayout.CENTER);

Don't forget to import it as well by typing:

import java.awt.BorderLayout;

There are also other methods in the BorderLayout class involving things like orientation, but you can do your own research on that if you curious about that. I hope this helped!

Oracle row count of table by count(*) vs NUM_ROWS from DBA_TABLES

According to the documentation NUM_ROWS is the "Number of rows in the table", so I can see how this might be confusing. There, however, is a major difference between these two methods.

This query selects the number of rows in MY_TABLE from a system view. This is data that Oracle has previously collected and stored.

select num_rows from all_tables where table_name = 'MY_TABLE'

This query counts the current number of rows in MY_TABLE

select count(*) from my_table

By definition they are difference pieces of data. There are two additional pieces of information you need about NUM_ROWS.

  1. In the documentation there's an asterisk by the column name, which leads to this note:

    Columns marked with an asterisk (*) are populated only if you collect statistics on the table with the ANALYZE statement or the DBMS_STATS package.

    This means that unless you have gathered statistics on the table then this column will not have any data.

  2. Statistics gathered in 11g+ with the default estimate_percent, or with a 100% estimate, will return an accurate number for that point in time. But statistics gathered before 11g, or with a custom estimate_percent less than 100%, uses dynamic sampling and may be incorrect. If you gather 99.999% a single row may be missed, which in turn means that the answer you get is incorrect.

If your table is never updated then it is certainly possible to use ALL_TABLES.NUM_ROWS to find out the number of rows in a table. However, and it's a big however, if any process inserts or deletes rows from your table it will be at best a good approximation and depending on whether your database gathers statistics automatically could be horribly wrong.

Generally speaking, it is always better to actually count the number of rows in the table rather then relying on the system tables.

How to add an element to Array and shift indexes?

Try this

public static int [] insertArry (int inputArray[], int index, int value){
    for(int i=0; i< inputArray.length-1; i++) {

        if (i == index){

            for (int j = inputArray.length-1; j >= index; j-- ){
                inputArray[j]= inputArray[j-1];
            }

            inputArray[index]=value;
        }

    }
    return inputArray;
}

Is there a method that calculates a factorial in Java?

public static int fact(int i){
    if(i==0)
       return 0;
    if(i>1){
       i = i * fact(--i);
    }

   return i;
}

C# Test if user has write access to a folder

For example for all users (Builtin\Users), this method works fine - enjoy.

public static bool HasFolderWritePermission(string destDir)
{
   if(string.IsNullOrEmpty(destDir) || !Directory.Exists(destDir)) return false;
   try
   {
      DirectorySecurity security = Directory.GetAccessControl(destDir);
      SecurityIdentifier users = new SecurityIdentifier(WellKnownSidType.BuiltinUsersSid, null);
      foreach(AuthorizationRule rule in security.GetAccessRules(true, true, typeof(SecurityIdentifier)))
      {
          if(rule.IdentityReference == users)
          {
             FileSystemAccessRule rights = ((FileSystemAccessRule)rule);
             if(rights.AccessControlType == AccessControlType.Allow)
             {
                    if(rights.FileSystemRights == (rights.FileSystemRights | FileSystemRights.Modify)) return true;
             }
          }
       }
       return false;
    }
    catch
    {
        return false;
    }
}

Converting an int to std::string

Well the well known way to do that is using the stream operator :

#include <sstream>

std::ostringstream s;
int i;

s << i;

std::string converted(s.str());

Of course you can generalize it for any type using a template function ^^

#include <sstream>

template<typename T>
std::string toString(const T& value)
{
    std::ostringstream oss;
    oss << value;
    return oss.str();
}

Add rows to CSV File in powershell

Create a new custom object and add it to the object array that Import-Csv creates.

$fileContent = Import-csv $file -header "Date", "Description"
$newRow = New-Object PsObject -Property @{ Date = 'Text4' ; Description = 'Text5' }
$fileContent += $newRow

How to add a JAR in NetBeans

You want to add libraries to your project and in doing so you have two options as you yourself identified:

Compile-time libraries are libraries which is needed to compile your application. They are not included when your application is assembled (e.g., into a war-file). Libraries of this kind must be provided by the container running your project.

This is useful in situation when you want to vary API and implementation, or when the library is supplied by the container (which is typically the case with javax.servlet which is required to compile but provided by the application server, e.g., Apache Tomcat).

Run-time libraries are libraries which is needed both for compilation and when running your project. This is probably what you want in most cases. If for instance your project is packaged into a war/ear, then these libraries will be included in the package.

As for the other alernatives you have either global libraries using Library Manageror jdk libraries. The latter is simply your regular java libraries, while the former is just a way for your to store a set of libraries under a common name. For all your future projects, instead of manually assigning the libraries you can simply select to import them from your Library Manager.

Does a TCP socket connection have a "keep alive"?

TCP keepalive and HTTP keepalive are very different concepts. In TCP, the keepalive is the administrative packet sent to detect stale connection. In HTTP, keepalive means the persistent connection state.

This is from TCP specification,

Keep-alive packets MUST only be sent when no data or acknowledgement packets have been received for the connection within an interval. This interval MUST be configurable and MUST default to no less than two hours.

As you can see, the default TCP keepalive interval is too long for most applications. You might have to add keepalive in your application protocol.

Cannot get OpenCV to compile because of undefined references?

if anyone still having this problem. One solution is to rebuild the source OpenCV library using MinGW and not use the binaries given by OpenCV. I did it and it worked like a charm.

How do I count unique items in field in Access query?

A quick trick to use for me is using the find duplicates query SQL and changing 1 to 0 in Having expression. Like this:

SELECT COUNT([UniqueField]) AS DistinctCNT FROM
(
  SELECT First([FieldName]) AS [UniqueField]
  FROM TableName
  GROUP BY [FieldName]
  HAVING (((Count([FieldName]))>0))
);

Hope this helps, not the best way I am sure, and Access should have had this built in.

SQL multiple columns in IN clause

You could do like this:

SELECT city FROM user WHERE (firstName, lastName) IN (('a', 'b'), ('c', 'd'));

The sqlfiddle.

How to append strings using sprintf?

You can use the simple line shown below to append strings in one buffer:

sprintf(Buffer,"%s %s %s","Hello World","Good Morning","Good Afternoon");

How to properly upgrade node using nvm

Bash alias for updating current active version:

alias nodeupdate='nvm install $(nvm current | sed -rn "s/v([[:digit:]]+).*/\1/p") --reinstall-packages-from=$(nvm current)'

The part sed -rn "s/v([[:digit:]]+).*/\1/p" transforms output from nvm current so that only a major version of node is returned, i.e.: v13.5.0 -> 13.

How to activate an Anaconda environment

Window: conda activate environment_name

Mac: conda activate environment_name

add a temporary column with a value

I giving you an example in wich the TABLE registrofaena doesn't have the column called minutos. Minutos is created and it content is a result of divide demora/60, in other words, i created a column to show the values of the delay in minutes.

This is the query:

SELECT idfaena,fechahora,demora, demora/60 as minutos,comentario 
FROM registrofaena  
WHERE fecha>='2018-10-17' AND comentario <> '' 
ORDER BY idfaena ASC;

This is the view:

This is the result

complex if statement in python

if
  ...
  # several checks
  ...
elif not (1024<=var<=65535 or var == 80 or var == 443)
  # fail
else
  ...

MySQL error: You have an error in your SQL syntax; check the manual that corresponds to your MySQL server version for the right syntax to use near

Delimiters, delimiters...

You really need them when there are multiple statements in your procedure. (in other words, do you have a ; in your code and then more statements/commands? Then, you need to use delimiters).

For such a simpler rpocedure as yours though, you could just do:

CREATE PROCEDURE ProG()
  SELECT * FROM `hs_hr_employee_leave_quota`;

Batch files: List all files in a directory with relative paths

Of course, you may write a recursive algorithm in Batch that gives you exact control of what you do in every nested subdirectory:

@echo off
set mypath=
call :treeProcess
goto :eof

:treeProcess
setlocal
for %%f in (*.txt) do echo %mypath%%%f
for /D %%d in (*) do (
    set mypath=%mypath%%%d\
    cd %%d
    call :treeProcess
    cd ..
)
endlocal
exit /b

Is there a way to use max-width and height for a background image?

It looks like you're trying to scale the background image? There's a great article in the reference bellow where you can use css3 to achieve this.

And if I miss-read the question then I humbly accept the votes down. (Still good to know though)

Please consider the following code:

#some_div_or_body { 
   background: url(images/bg.jpg) no-repeat center center fixed; 
   -webkit-background-size: cover;
   -moz-background-size: cover;
   -o-background-size: cover;
   background-size: cover;
}

This will work on all major browsers, of course it doesn't come easy on IE. There are some workarounds however such as using Microsoft's filters:

filter: progid:DXImageTransform.Microsoft.AlphaImageLoader(src='.myBackground.jpg', sizingMethod='scale');
-ms-filter: "progid:DXImageTransform.Microsoft.AlphaImageLoader(src='myBackground.jpg', sizingMethod='scale')";

There are some alternatives that can be used with a little bit peace of mind by using jQuery:

HTML

<img src="images/bg.jpg" id="bg" alt="">

CSS

#bg { position: fixed; top: 0; left: 0; }
.bgwidth { width: 100%; }
.bgheight { height: 100%; }

jQuery:

 $(window).load(function() {    

var theWindow        = $(window),
    $bg              = $("#bg"),
    aspectRatio      = $bg.width() / $bg.height();

function resizeBg() {

    if ( (theWindow.width() / theWindow.height()) < aspectRatio ) {
        $bg
            .removeClass()
            .addClass('bgheight');
    } else {
        $bg
            .removeClass()
            .addClass('bgwidth');
    }

}

theWindow.resize(resizeBg).trigger("resize");

});

I hope this helps!

Src: Perfect Full Page Background Image

Jenkins/Hudson - accessing the current build number?

Jenkins Pipeline also provides the current build number as the property number of the currentBuild. It can be read as currentBuild.number.

For example:

// Scripted pipeline
def buildNumber = currentBuild.number
// Declarative pipeline
echo "Build number is ${currentBuild.number}"

Other properties of currentBuild are described in the Pipeline Syntax: Global Variables page that is included on each Pipeline job page. That page describes the global variables available in the Jenkins instance based on the current plugins.

Regular expression to match numbers with or without commas and decimals in text

\d+(,\d+)*(\.\d+)?

This assumes that there is always at least one digit before or after any comma or decimal and also assumes that there is at most one decimal and that all the commas precede the decimal.

Why can't non-default arguments follow default arguments?

All required parameters must be placed before any default arguments. Simply because they are mandatory, whereas default arguments are not. Syntactically, it would be impossible for the interpreter to decide which values match which arguments if mixed modes were allowed. A SyntaxError is raised if the arguments are not given in the correct order:

Let us take a look at keyword arguments, using your function.

def fun1(a="who is you", b="True", x, y):
...     print a,b,x,y

Suppose its allowed to declare function as above, Then with the above declarations, we can make the following (regular) positional or keyword argument calls:

func1("ok a", "ok b", 1)  # Is 1 assigned to x or ?
func1(1)                  # Is 1 assigned to a or ?
func1(1, 2)               # ?

How you will suggest the assignment of variables in the function call, how default arguments are going to be used along with keyword arguments.

>>> def fun1(x, y, a="who is you", b="True"):
...     print a,b,x,y
... 

Reference O'Reilly - Core-Python
Where as this function make use of the default arguments syntactically correct for above function calls. Keyword arguments calling prove useful for being able to provide for out-of-order positional arguments, but, coupled with default arguments, they can also be used to "skip over" missing arguments as well.

Gets byte array from a ByteBuffer in java

This is a simple way to get a byte[], but part of the point of using a ByteBuffer is avoiding having to create a byte[]. Perhaps you can get whatever you wanted to get from the byte[] directly from the ByteBuffer.

Very Long If Statement in Python

According to PEP8, long lines should be placed in parentheses. When using parentheses, the lines can be broken up without using backslashes. You should also try to put the line break after boolean operators.

Further to this, if you're using a code style check such as pycodestyle, the next logical line needs to have different indentation to your code block.

For example:

if (abcdefghijklmnopqrstuvwxyz > some_other_long_identifier and
        here_is_another_long_identifier != and_finally_another_long_name):
    # ... your code here ...
    pass

What is resource-ref in web.xml used for?

You can always refer to resources in your application directly by their JNDI name as configured in the container, but if you do so, essentially you are wiring the container-specific name into your code. This has some disadvantages, for example, if you'll ever want to change the name later for some reason, you'll need to update all the references in all your applications, and then rebuild and redeploy them.

<resource-ref> introduces another layer of indirection: you specify the name you want to use in the web.xml, and, depending on the container, provide a binding in a container-specific configuration file.

So here's what happens: let's say you want to lookup the java:comp/env/jdbc/primaryDB name. The container finds that web.xml has a <resource-ref> element for jdbc/primaryDB, so it will look into the container-specific configuration, that contains something similar to the following:

<resource-ref>
  <res-ref-name>jdbc/primaryDB</res-ref-name>
  <jndi-name>jdbc/PrimaryDBInTheContainer</jndi-name>
</resource-ref>

Finally, it returns the object registered under the name of jdbc/PrimaryDBInTheContainer.

The idea is that specifying resources in the web.xml has the advantage of separating the developer role from the deployer role. In other words, as a developer, you don't have to know what your required resources are actually called in production, and as the guy deploying the application, you will have a nice list of names to map to real resources.

How to change the background-color of jumbrotron?

Try this:

<div style="background:transparent !important" class="jumbotron">
    <h1>Welcome!</h1>
    <p>We're an awesome company that creates virtual things for portable devices.</p>
    <p><a class="btn btn-primary btn-lg" role="button">Learn more</a></p>
</div>

Inline CSS gets preference over classes defined in a .css file and the classes declared inside <style>

c# open a new form then close the current form?

Suppose you have two Form, First Form Name is Form1 and second form name is Form2.You have to jump from Form1 to Form2 enter code here. Write code like following:

On Form1 I have one button named Button1, and on its click option write below code:

protected void Button1_Click(Object sender,EventArgs e)
{
    Form frm=new Form2();// I have created object of Form2
    frm.Show();
    this.Visible=false;
    this.Hide();
    this.Close();
    this.Dispose();
}

Hope this code will help you

SVN check out linux

There should be svn utility on you box, if installed:

$ svn checkout http://example.com/svn/somerepo somerepo

This will check out a working copy from a specified repository to a directory somerepo on our file system.

You may want to print commands, supported by this utility:

$ svn help

uname -a output in your question is identical to one, used by Parallels Virtuozzo Containers for Linux 4.0 kernel, which is based on Red Hat 5 kernel, thus your friends are rpm or the following command:

$ sudo yum install subversion

How can I import a database with MySQL from terminal?

From Terminal:

mysql -uroot -p --default-character-set=utf8 database_name </database_path/database.sql

Connection failed: SQLState: '01000' SQL Server Error: 10061

To create a new Data source to SQL Server, do the following steps:

  1. In host computer/server go to Sql server management studio --> open Security Section on left hand --> right click on Login, select New Login and then create a new account for your database which you want to connect to.

  2. Check the TCP/IP Protocol is Enable. go to All programs --> Microsoft SQL server 2008 --> Configuration Tools --> open Sql server configuration manager. On the left hand select client protocols (based on your operating system 32/64 bit). On the right hand, check TCP/IP Protocol be Enabled.

  3. In Remote computer/server, open Data source administrator. Control panel --> Administrative tools --> Data sources (ODBC).

  4. In User DSN or System DSN , click Add button and select Sql Server driver and then press Finish.

  5. Enter Name.

  6. Enter Server, note that: if you want to enter host computer address, you should enter that`s IP address without "\\". eg. 192.168.1.5 and press Next.

  7. Select With SQL Server authentication using a login ID and password entered by the user.

  8. At the bellow enter your login ID and password which you created on first step. and then click Next.

  9. If shown Database is your database, click Next and then Finish.

Set default format of datetimepicker as dd-MM-yyyy

You could easily use:

label1.Text = dateTimePicker1.Value.Date.ToString("dd/MM/yyyy")

and if you want to change '/' or '-', just add this:

label1.Text = label1.Text.Replace(".", "-")

More info about DateTimePicker.CustomFormat Property: Link

inner join in linq to entities

public IList<Splitting> get(Guid companyId, long customrId) {    
    var res=from c in Customers_data_source
            where c.CustomerId = customrId && c.CompanyID == companyId
            from s in Splittings_data_srouce
            where s.CustomerID = c.CustomerID
            select s;

    return res.ToList();
}

How to add extension methods to Enums

Of course you can, say for example, you want to use the DescriptionAttribue on your enum values:

using System.ComponentModel.DataAnnotations;

public enum Duration 
{ 
    [Description("Eight hours")]
    Day,

    [Description("Five days")]
    Week,

    [Description("Twenty-one days")] 
    Month 
}

Now you want to be able to do something like:

Duration duration = Duration.Week;
var description = duration.GetDescription(); // will return "Five days"

Your extension method GetDescription() can be written as follows:

using System.ComponentModel;
using System.Reflection;

public static string GetDescription(this Enum value)
{
    FieldInfo fieldInfo = value.GetType().GetField(value.ToString());
    if (fieldInfo == null) return null;
    var attribute = (DescriptionAttribute)fieldInfo.GetCustomAttribute(typeof(DescriptionAttribute));
    return attribute.Description;
}

How to call Stored Procedure in Entity Framework 6 (Code-First)?

Take a look to this link that shows how works the mapping of EF 6 with Stored Procedures to make an Insert, Update and Delete: http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/data/dn468673

Addition

Here is a great example to call a stored procedure from Code First:

Lets say you have to execute an Stored Procedure with a single parameter, and that Stored Procedure returns a set of data that match with the Entity States, so we will have this:

var countryIso = "AR"; //Argentina

var statesFromArgentina = context.Countries.SqlQuery(
                                      "dbo.GetStatesFromCountry @p0", countryIso
                                                    );

Now lets say that we whant to execute another stored procedure with two parameters:

var countryIso = "AR"; //Argentina
var stateIso = "RN"; //Río Negro

var citiesFromRioNegro = context.States.SqlQuery(
                            "dbo.GetCitiesFromState @p0, @p1", countryIso, stateIso
                          );

Notice that we are using index-based naming for parameters. This is because Entity Framework will wrap these parameters up as DbParameter objects fro you to avoid any SQL injection issues.

Hope this example helps!

Android SDK manager won't open

Same problem here. Fixed! I installed the correct Java stuff, all for 64 bit, because my system is x64, and nothing happened. So I went to C:\Users\[my name] and deleted the directory .android that has been created the first time the SDK ran, apparently with some wrong configuration.

Then it worked. You can try that. Delete that folder or just move it to the desktop and run the SDK.

Firebase onMessageReceived not called when app in background

I was having the same issue and did some more digging on this. When the app is in the background, a notification message is sent to the system tray, BUT a data message is sent to onMessageReceived()
See https://firebase.google.com/docs/cloud-messaging/downstream#monitor-token-generation_3
and https://github.com/firebase/quickstart-android/blob/master/messaging/app/src/main/java/com/google/firebase/quickstart/fcm/MyFirebaseMessagingService.java

To ensure that the message you are sending, the docs say, "Use your app server and FCM server API: Set the data key only. Can be either collapsible or non-collapsible."
See https://firebase.google.com/docs/cloud-messaging/concept-options#notifications_and_data_messages

How to use bootstrap-theme.css with bootstrap 3?

Bootstrap-theme.css is the additional CSS file, which is optional for you to use. It gives 3D effects on the buttons and some other elements.

In STL maps, is it better to use map::insert than []?

When you write

map[key] = value;

there's no way to tell if you replaced the value for key, or if you created a new key with value.

map::insert() will only create:

using std::cout; using std::endl;
typedef std::map<int, std::string> MyMap;
MyMap map;
// ...
std::pair<MyMap::iterator, bool> res = map.insert(MyMap::value_type(key,value));
if ( ! res.second ) {
    cout << "key " <<  key << " already exists "
         << " with value " << (res.first)->second << endl;
} else {
    cout << "created key " << key << " with value " << value << endl;
}

For most of my apps, I usually don't care if I'm creating or replacing, so I use the easier to read map[key] = value.

How do you generate dynamic (parameterized) unit tests in Python?

This can be solved elegantly using Metaclasses:

import unittest

l = [["foo", "a", "a",], ["bar", "a", "b"], ["lee", "b", "b"]]

class TestSequenceMeta(type):
    def __new__(mcs, name, bases, dict):

        def gen_test(a, b):
            def test(self):
                self.assertEqual(a, b)
            return test

        for tname, a, b in l:
            test_name = "test_%s" % tname
            dict[test_name] = gen_test(a,b)
        return type.__new__(mcs, name, bases, dict)

class TestSequence(unittest.TestCase):
    __metaclass__ = TestSequenceMeta

if __name__ == '__main__':
    unittest.main()

Is it possible to decrypt SHA1

SHA1 is a one way hash. So you can not really revert it.

That's why applications use it to store the hash of the password and not the password itself.

Like every hash function SHA-1 maps a large input set (the keys) to a smaller target set (the hash values). Thus collisions can occur. This means that two values of the input set map to the same hash value.

Obviously the collision probability increases when the target set is getting smaller. But vice versa this also means that the collision probability decreases when the target set is getting larger and SHA-1's target set is 160 bit.

Jeff Preshing, wrote a very good blog about Hash Collision Probabilities that can help you to decide which hash algorithm to use. Thanks Jeff.

In his blog he shows a table that tells us the probability of collisions for a given input set.

Hash Collision Probabilities Table

As you can see the probability of a 32-bit hash is 1 in 2 if you have 77163 input values.

A simple java program will show us what his table shows:

public class Main {

    public static void main(String[] args) {
        char[] inputValue = new char[10];

        Map<Integer, String> hashValues = new HashMap<Integer, String>();

        int collisionCount = 0;

        for (int i = 0; i < 77163; i++) {
            String asString = nextValue(inputValue);
            int hashCode = asString.hashCode();
            String collisionString = hashValues.put(hashCode, asString);
            if (collisionString != null) {
                collisionCount++;
                System.out.println("Collision: " + asString + " <-> " + collisionString);
            }
        }

        System.out.println("Collision count: " + collisionCount);
    }

    private static String nextValue(char[] inputValue) {
        nextValue(inputValue, 0);

        int endIndex = 0;
        for (int i = 0; i < inputValue.length; i++) {
            if (inputValue[i] == 0) {
                endIndex = i;
                break;
            }
        }

        return new String(inputValue, 0, endIndex);
    }

    private static void nextValue(char[] inputValue, int index) {
        boolean increaseNextIndex = inputValue[index] == 'z';

        if (inputValue[index] == 0 || increaseNextIndex) {
            inputValue[index] = 'A';
        } else {
            inputValue[index] += 1;
        }

        if (increaseNextIndex) {
            nextValue(inputValue, index + 1);
        }

    }

}

My output end with:

Collision: RvV <-> SWV
Collision: SvV <-> TWV
Collision: TvV <-> UWV
Collision: UvV <-> VWV
Collision: VvV <-> WWV
Collision: WvV <-> XWV
Collision count: 35135

It produced 35135 collsions and that's the nearly the half of 77163. And if I ran the program with 30084 input values the collision count is 13606. This is not exactly 1 in 10, but it is only a probability and the example program is not perfect, because it only uses the ascii chars between A and z.

Let's take the last reported collision and check

System.out.println("VvV".hashCode());
System.out.println("WWV".hashCode());

My output is

86390
86390

Conclusion:

If you have a SHA-1 value and you want to get the input value back you can try a brute force attack. This means that you have to generate all possible input values, hash them and compare them with the SHA-1 you have. But that will consume a lot of time and computing power. Some people created so called rainbow tables for some input sets. But these do only exist for some small input sets.

And remember that many input values map to a single target hash value. So even if you would know all mappings (which is impossible, because the input set is unbounded) you still can't say which input value it was.

Add a CSS border on hover without moving the element

Try this it might solve your problem.

Css:

.item{padding-top:1px;}

.jobs .item:hover {
    background: #e1e1e1;
    border-top: 1px solid #d0d0d0;
    padding-top:0;
}

HTML:

<div class="jobs">
    <div class="item">
        content goes here
    </div>
</div>

See fiddle for output: http://jsfiddle.net/dLDNA/

How to unit test abstract classes: extend with stubs?

If your abstract class contains concrete functionality that has business value, then I will usually test it directly by creating a test double that stubs out the abstract data, or by using a mocking framework to do this for me. Which one I choose depends a lot on whether I need to write test-specific implementations of the abstract methods or not.

The most common scenario in which I need to do this is when I'm using the Template Method pattern, such as when I'm building some sort of extensible framework that will be used by a 3rd party. In this case, the abstract class is what defines the algorithm that I want to test, so it makes more sense to test the abstract base than a specific implementation.

However, I think it's important that these tests should focus on the concrete implementations of real business logic only; you shouldn't unit test implementation details of the abstract class because you'll end up with brittle tests.

Fastest way to copy a file in Node.js

Fast to write and convenient to use, with promise and error management:

function copyFile(source, target) {
  var rd = fs.createReadStream(source);
  var wr = fs.createWriteStream(target);
  return new Promise(function(resolve, reject) {
    rd.on('error', reject);
    wr.on('error', reject);
    wr.on('finish', resolve);
    rd.pipe(wr);
  }).catch(function(error) {
    rd.destroy();
    wr.end();
    throw error;
  });
}

The same with async/await syntax:

async function copyFile(source, target) {
  var rd = fs.createReadStream(source);
  var wr = fs.createWriteStream(target);
  try {
    return await new Promise(function(resolve, reject) {
      rd.on('error', reject);
      wr.on('error', reject);
      wr.on('finish', resolve);
      rd.pipe(wr);
    });
  } catch (error) {
    rd.destroy();
    wr.end();
    throw error;
  }
}

C-like structures in Python

You can also pass the init parameters to the instance variables by position

# Abstract struct class       
class Struct:
    def __init__ (self, *argv, **argd):
        if len(argd):
            # Update by dictionary
            self.__dict__.update (argd)
        else:
            # Update by position
            attrs = filter (lambda x: x[0:2] != "__", dir(self))
            for n in range(len(argv)):
                setattr(self, attrs[n], argv[n])

# Specific class
class Point3dStruct (Struct):
    x = 0
    y = 0
    z = 0

pt1 = Point3dStruct()
pt1.x = 10

print pt1.x
print "-"*10

pt2 = Point3dStruct(5, 6)

print pt2.x, pt2.y
print "-"*10

pt3 = Point3dStruct (x=1, y=2, z=3)
print pt3.x, pt3.y, pt3.z
print "-"*10

Why isn't textarea an input[type="textarea"]?

I realize this is an older post, but thought this might be helpful to anyone wondering the same question:

While the previous answers are no doubt valid, there is a more simple reason for the distinction between textarea and input.

As mentioned previously, HTML is used to describe and give as much semantic structure to web content as possible, including input forms. A textarea may be used for input, however a textarea can also be marked as read only via the readonly attribute. The existence of such an attribute would not make any sense for an input type, and thus the distinction.

How to remove the border highlight on an input text element

This is a common concern.

The default outline that browsers render is ugly.

See this for example:

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form,_x000D_
label {_x000D_
  margin: 1em auto;_x000D_
}_x000D_
_x000D_
label {_x000D_
  display: block;_x000D_
}
_x000D_
<form>_x000D_
  <label>Click to see the input below to see the outline</label>_x000D_
  <input type="text" placeholder="placeholder text" />_x000D_
</form>
_x000D_
_x000D_
_x000D_


The most common "fix" that most recommend is outline:none - which if used incorrectly - is disaster for accessibility.


So...of what use is the outline anyway?

There's a very dry-cut website I found which explains everything well.

It provides visual feedback for links that have "focus" when navigating a web document using the TAB key (or equivalent). This is especially useful for folks who can't use a mouse or have a visual impairment. If you remove the outline you are making your site inaccessible for these people.

Ok, let's try it out same example as above, now use the TAB key to navigate.

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_x000D_
form,_x000D_
label {_x000D_
  margin: 1em auto;_x000D_
}_x000D_
_x000D_
label {_x000D_
  display: block;_x000D_
}
_x000D_
<form>_x000D_
  <label>Click on this text and then use the TAB key to naviagte inside the snippet.</label>_x000D_
  <input type="text" placeholder="placeholder text" />_x000D_
</form>
_x000D_
_x000D_
_x000D_

Notice how you can tell where the focus is even without clicking the input?

Now, let's try outline:none on our trusty <input>

So, once again, use the TAB key to navigate after clicking the text and see what happens.

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_x000D_
form,_x000D_
label {_x000D_
  margin: 1em auto;_x000D_
}_x000D_
_x000D_
label {_x000D_
  display: block;_x000D_
}_x000D_
_x000D_
input {_x000D_
  outline: none;_x000D_
}
_x000D_
<form>_x000D_
  <label>Click on this text and then use the TAB key to naviagte inside the snippet.</label>_x000D_
  <input type="text" placeholder="placeholder text" />_x000D_
</form>
_x000D_
_x000D_
_x000D_

See how it's more difficult to figure out where the focus is? The only telling sign is the cursor blinking. My example above is overly simplistic. In real-world situations, you wouldn't have only one element on the page. Something more along the lines of this.

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.wrapper {_x000D_
  width: 500px;_x000D_
  max-width: 100%;_x000D_
  margin: 0 auto;_x000D_
}_x000D_
_x000D_
form,_x000D_
label {_x000D_
  margin: 1em auto;_x000D_
}_x000D_
_x000D_
label {_x000D_
  display: block;_x000D_
}_x000D_
_x000D_
input {_x000D_
  outline: none;_x000D_
}
_x000D_
<div class="wrapper">_x000D_
_x000D_
  <form>_x000D_
    <label>Click on this text and then use the TAB key to naviagte inside the snippet.</label>_x000D_
    <input type="text" placeholder="placeholder text" />_x000D_
    <input type="text" placeholder="placeholder text" />_x000D_
    <input type="text" placeholder="placeholder text" />_x000D_
    <input type="text" placeholder="placeholder text" />_x000D_
    <input type="text" placeholder="placeholder text" />_x000D_
    <input type="text" placeholder="placeholder text" />_x000D_
  </form>_x000D_
_x000D_
  <form>_x000D_
    First name:<br>_x000D_
    <input type="text" name="firstname"><br> Last name:<br>_x000D_
    <input type="text" name="lastname">_x000D_
  </form>_x000D_
_x000D_
_x000D_
  <form>_x000D_
    <input type="radio" name="gender" value="male" checked> Male<br>_x000D_
    <input type="radio" name="gender" value="female"> Female<br>_x000D_
    <input type="radio" name="gender" value="other"> Other_x000D_
  </form>_x000D_
_x000D_
_x000D_
_x000D_
  <form>_x000D_
    <label for="GET-name">Name:</label>_x000D_
    <input id="GET-name" type="text" name="name">_x000D_
  </form>_x000D_
_x000D_
_x000D_
  <form>_x000D_
    <label for="POST-name">Name:</label>_x000D_
    <input id="POST-name" type="text" name="name">_x000D_
  </form>_x000D_
_x000D_
_x000D_
  <form>_x000D_
    <fieldset>_x000D_
      <legend>Title</legend>_x000D_
      <input type="radio" name="radio" id="radio">_x000D_
      <label for="radio">Click me</label>_x000D_
    </fieldset>_x000D_
  </form>_x000D_
_x000D_
</div>
_x000D_
_x000D_
_x000D_

Now compare that to the same template if we keep the outline:

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_x000D_
.wrapper {_x000D_
  width: 500px;_x000D_
  max-width: 100%;_x000D_
  margin: 0 auto;_x000D_
}_x000D_
_x000D_
form,_x000D_
label {_x000D_
  margin: 1em auto;_x000D_
}_x000D_
_x000D_
label {_x000D_
  display: block;_x000D_
}
_x000D_
<div class="wrapper">_x000D_
_x000D_
  <form>_x000D_
    <label>Click on this text and then use the TAB key to naviagte inside the snippet.</label>_x000D_
    <input type="text" placeholder="placeholder text" />_x000D_
    <input type="text" placeholder="placeholder text" />_x000D_
    <input type="text" placeholder="placeholder text" />_x000D_
    <input type="text" placeholder="placeholder text" />_x000D_
    <input type="text" placeholder="placeholder text" />_x000D_
    <input type="text" placeholder="placeholder text" />_x000D_
  </form>_x000D_
_x000D_
  <form>_x000D_
    First name:<br>_x000D_
    <input type="text" name="firstname"><br> Last name:<br>_x000D_
    <input type="text" name="lastname">_x000D_
  </form>_x000D_
_x000D_
_x000D_
  <form>_x000D_
    <input type="radio" name="gender" value="male" checked> Male<br>_x000D_
    <input type="radio" name="gender" value="female"> Female<br>_x000D_
    <input type="radio" name="gender" value="other"> Other_x000D_
  </form>_x000D_
_x000D_
_x000D_
_x000D_
  <form>_x000D_
    <label for="GET-name">Name:</label>_x000D_
    <input id="GET-name" type="text" name="name">_x000D_
  </form>_x000D_
_x000D_
_x000D_
  <form>_x000D_
    <label for="POST-name">Name:</label>_x000D_
    <input id="POST-name" type="text" name="name">_x000D_
  </form>_x000D_
_x000D_
_x000D_
  <form>_x000D_
    <fieldset>_x000D_
      <legend>Title</legend>_x000D_
      <input type="radio" name="radio" id="radio">_x000D_
      <label for="radio">Click me</label>_x000D_
    </fieldset>_x000D_
  </form>_x000D_
_x000D_
</div>
_x000D_
_x000D_
_x000D_

So we have established the following

  1. Outlines are ugly
  2. Removing them makes life more difficult.

So what's the answer?

Remove the ugly outline and add your own visual cues to indicate focus.

Here's a very simple example of what I mean.

I remove the outline and add a bottom border on :focus and :active. I also remove the default borders on the top, left and right sides by setting them to transparent on :focus and :active (personal preference)

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form,_x000D_
label {_x000D_
  margin: 1em auto;_x000D_
}_x000D_
_x000D_
label {_x000D_
  display: block;_x000D_
}_x000D_
_x000D_
input {_x000D_
  outline: none_x000D_
}_x000D_
_x000D_
input:focus,_x000D_
input:active {_x000D_
  border-color: transparent;_x000D_
  border-bottom: 2px solid red_x000D_
}
_x000D_
<form>_x000D_
  <label>Click to see the input below to see the outline</label>_x000D_
  <input type="text" placeholder="placeholder text" />_x000D_
</form>
_x000D_
_x000D_
_x000D_

So, we try the approach above with our "real-world" example from earlier:

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_x000D_
.wrapper {_x000D_
  width: 500px;_x000D_
  max-width: 100%;_x000D_
  margin: 0 auto;_x000D_
}_x000D_
_x000D_
form,_x000D_
label {_x000D_
  margin: 1em auto;_x000D_
}_x000D_
_x000D_
label {_x000D_
  display: block;_x000D_
}_x000D_
_x000D_
input {_x000D_
  outline: none_x000D_
}_x000D_
_x000D_
input:focus,_x000D_
input:active {_x000D_
  border-color: transparent;_x000D_
  border-bottom: 2px solid red_x000D_
}
_x000D_
<div class="wrapper">_x000D_
_x000D_
  <form>_x000D_
    <label>Click on this text and then use the TAB key to naviagte inside the snippet.</label>_x000D_
    <input type="text" placeholder="placeholder text" />_x000D_
    <input type="text" placeholder="placeholder text" />_x000D_
    <input type="text" placeholder="placeholder text" />_x000D_
    <input type="text" placeholder="placeholder text" />_x000D_
    <input type="text" placeholder="placeholder text" />_x000D_
    <input type="text" placeholder="placeholder text" />_x000D_
  </form>_x000D_
_x000D_
  <form>_x000D_
    First name:<br>_x000D_
    <input type="text" name="firstname"><br> Last name:<br>_x000D_
    <input type="text" name="lastname">_x000D_
  </form>_x000D_
_x000D_
_x000D_
  <form>_x000D_
    <input type="radio" name="gender" value="male" checked> Male<br>_x000D_
    <input type="radio" name="gender" value="female"> Female<br>_x000D_
    <input type="radio" name="gender" value="other"> Other_x000D_
  </form>_x000D_
_x000D_
_x000D_
_x000D_
  <form>_x000D_
    <label for="GET-name">Name:</label>_x000D_
    <input id="GET-name" type="text" name="name">_x000D_
  </form>_x000D_
_x000D_
_x000D_
  <form>_x000D_
    <label for="POST-name">Name:</label>_x000D_
    <input id="POST-name" type="text" name="name">_x000D_
  </form>_x000D_
_x000D_
_x000D_
  <form>_x000D_
    <fieldset>_x000D_
      <legend>Title</legend>_x000D_
      <input type="radio" name="radio" id="radio">_x000D_
      <label for="radio">Click me</label>_x000D_
    </fieldset>_x000D_
  </form>_x000D_
_x000D_
</div>
_x000D_
_x000D_
_x000D_

This can be extended further by using external libraries that build on the idea of modifying the "outline" as opposed to removing it entirely like Materialize

You can end up with something that is not ugly and works with very little effort

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_x000D_
body {_x000D_
  background: #444_x000D_
}_x000D_
_x000D_
.wrapper {_x000D_
  padding: 2em;_x000D_
  width: 400px;_x000D_
  max-width: 100%;_x000D_
  text-align: center;_x000D_
  margin: 2em auto;_x000D_
  border: 1px solid #555_x000D_
}_x000D_
_x000D_
button,_x000D_
.wrapper {_x000D_
  border-radius: 3px;_x000D_
}_x000D_
_x000D_
button {_x000D_
  padding: .25em 1em;_x000D_
}_x000D_
_x000D_
input,_x000D_
label {_x000D_
  color: white !important;_x000D_
}
_x000D_
<link rel="stylesheet" href="https://cdnjs.cloudflare.com/ajax/libs/materialize/0.100.1/css/materialize.min.css" />_x000D_
_x000D_
<div class="wrapper">_x000D_
  <form>_x000D_
    <input type="text" placeholder="Enter Username" name="uname" required>_x000D_
    <input type="password" placeholder="Enter Password" name="psw" required>_x000D_
    <button type="submit">Login</button>_x000D_
  </form>_x000D_
</div>
_x000D_
_x000D_
_x000D_

What is the difference between DBMS and RDBMS?

DBMS is the software program that is used to manage all the database that are stored on the network or system hard disk. whereas RDBMS is the database system in which the relationship among different tables are maintained.

How can I format a list to print each element on a separate line in python?

Use str.join:

In [27]: mylist = ['10', '12', '14']

In [28]: print '\n'.join(mylist)
10
12
14

OnChange event handler for radio button (INPUT type="radio") doesn't work as one value

this works for me

<input ID="TIPO_INST-0" Name="TIPO_INST" Type="Radio" value="UNAM" onchange="convenio_unam();">UNAM

<script type="text/javascript">
            function convenio_unam(){
                if(this.document.getElementById('TIPO_INST-0').checked){
                    $("#convenio_unam").hide();
                }else{
                    $("#convenio_unam").show(); 
                }                               
            }
</script>

How to SSH into Docker?

Create docker image with openssh-server preinstalled:

Dockerfile

FROM ubuntu:16.04

RUN apt-get update && apt-get install -y openssh-server
RUN mkdir /var/run/sshd
RUN echo 'root:screencast' | chpasswd
RUN sed -i 's/PermitRootLogin prohibit-password/PermitRootLogin yes/' /etc/ssh/sshd_config

# SSH login fix. Otherwise user is kicked off after login
RUN sed 's@session\s*required\s*pam_loginuid.so@session optional pam_loginuid.so@g' -i /etc/pam.d/sshd

ENV NOTVISIBLE "in users profile"
RUN echo "export VISIBLE=now" >> /etc/profile

EXPOSE 22
CMD ["/usr/sbin/sshd", "-D"]

Build the image using:

$ docker build -t eg_sshd .

Run a test_sshd container:

$ docker run -d -P --name test_sshd eg_sshd
$ docker port test_sshd 22

0.0.0.0:49154

Ssh to your container:

$ ssh [email protected] -p 49154
# The password is ``screencast``.
root@f38c87f2a42d:/#

Source: https://docs.docker.com/engine/examples/running_ssh_service/#build-an-eg_sshd-image

Get GPS location via a service in Android

All these answers doesn't work from M - to - Android"O" - 8, Due to Dozer mode that restrict the service - whatever service or any background operation that requires discrete things in background would be no longer able to run.

So the approach would be listening to the system FusedLocationApiClient through BroadCastReciever that always listening the location and work even in Doze mode.

Posting the link would be pointless, please search FusedLocation with Broadcast receiver.

Thanks

Bad Request - Invalid Hostname IIS7

If working on local server or you haven't got domain name, delete "Host Name:" field. enter image description here

Highcharts - redraw() vs. new Highcharts.chart

you have to call set and add functions on chart object before calling redraw.

chart.xAxis[0].setCategories([2,4,5,6,7], false);

chart.addSeries({
    name: "acx",
    data: [4,5,6,7,8]
}, false);

chart.redraw();

Merge Two Lists in R

Here are two options, the first:

both <- list(first, second)
n <- unique(unlist(lapply(both, names)))
names(n) <- n
lapply(n, function(ni) unlist(lapply(both, `[[`, ni)))

and the second, which works only if they have the same structure:

apply(cbind(first, second),1,function(x) unname(unlist(x)))

Both give the desired result.

Currency formatting in Python

New in 2.7

>>> '{:20,.2f}'.format(18446744073709551616.0)
'18,446,744,073,709,551,616.00'

http://docs.python.org/dev/whatsnew/2.7.html#pep-0378

How do I record audio on iPhone with AVAudioRecorder?

-(void)viewDidLoad {
 // Setup audio session
    AVAudioSession *session = [AVAudioSession sharedInstance];
    [session setCategory:AVAudioSessionCategoryPlayAndRecord error:nil];

    // Define the recorder setting
    NSMutableDictionary *recordSetting = [[NSMutableDictionary alloc] init];

    [recordSetting setValue:[NSNumber numberWithInt:kAudioFormatMPEG4AAC] forKey:AVFormatIDKey];
    [recordSetting setValue:[NSNumber numberWithFloat:44100.0] forKey:AVSampleRateKey];
    [recordSetting setValue:[NSNumber numberWithInt: 2] forKey:AVNumberOfChannelsKey];

    // Initiate and prepare the recorder
    recorder = [[AVAudioRecorder alloc] initWithURL:outputFileURL settings:recordSetting error:NULL];
    recorder.delegate = self;
    recorder.meteringEnabled = YES;
    [recorder prepareToRecord];

}    

- (IBAction)btnRecordDidClicked:(UIButton *)sender {
        if (player1.playing) {
            [player1 stop];
        }

        if (!recorder.recording) {
            AVAudioSession *session = [AVAudioSession sharedInstance];
            [session setActive:YES error:nil];

            // Start recording
            [recorder record];
            [_recordTapped setTitle:@"Pause" forState:UIControlStateNormal];

        } else {

            // Pause recording
            [recorder pause];
            [_recordTapped setTitle:@"Record" forState:UIControlStateNormal];
        }

        [_stopTapped setEnabled:YES];
        [_playTapped setEnabled:NO];

    }

    - (IBAction)btnPlayDidClicked:(UIButton *)sender {
        if (!recorder.recording){
            player1 = [[AVAudioPlayer alloc] initWithContentsOfURL:recorder.url error:nil];
            [player1 setDelegate:self];
            [player1 play];
        }
    }

    - (IBAction)btnStopDidClicked:(UIButton *)sender {
        [recorder stop];
        AVAudioSession *audioSession = [AVAudioSession sharedInstance];
        [audioSession setActive:NO error:nil];
    }

    - (void) audioRecorderDidFinishRecording:(AVAudioRecorder *)avrecorder successfully:(BOOL)flag{
        [_recordTapped setTitle:@"play" forState:UIControlStateNormal];

        [_stopTapped setEnabled:NO];
        [_playTapped setEnabled:YES];

    }

WhatsApp API (java/python)

This is the developers page of the Open WhatsApp official page: http://openwhatsapp.org/develop/

You can find a lot of information there about Yowsup.

Or, you can just go the the library's link (which I copied from the Open WhatsApp page anyway): https://github.com/tgalal/yowsup

Enjoy!

Get JSON Data from URL Using Android?

I feel your frustration.

Android is crazy fragmented, and the the sheer amount of different examples on the web when searching is not helping.

That said, I just completed a sample partly based on mustafasevgi sample, partly built from several other stackoverflow answers, I try to achieve this functionality, in the most simplistic way possible, I feel this is close to the goal.

(Mind you, code should be easy to read and tweak, so it does not fit your json object perfectly, but should be super easy to edit, to fit any scenario)

protected class yourDataTask extends AsyncTask<Void, Void, JSONObject>
{
    @Override
    protected JSONObject doInBackground(Void... params)
    {

        String str="http://your.domain.here/yourSubMethod";
        URLConnection urlConn = null;
        BufferedReader bufferedReader = null;
        try
        {
            URL url = new URL(str);
            urlConn = url.openConnection();
            bufferedReader = new BufferedReader(new InputStreamReader(urlConn.getInputStream()));

            StringBuffer stringBuffer = new StringBuffer();
            String line;
            while ((line = bufferedReader.readLine()) != null)
            {
                stringBuffer.append(line);
            }

            return new JSONObject(stringBuffer.toString());
        }
        catch(Exception ex)
        {
            Log.e("App", "yourDataTask", ex);
            return null;
        }
        finally
        {
            if(bufferedReader != null)
            {
                try {
                    bufferedReader.close();
                } catch (IOException e) {
                    e.printStackTrace();
                }
            }
        }
    }

    @Override
    protected void onPostExecute(JSONObject response)
    {
        if(response != null)
        {
            try {
                Log.e("App", "Success: " + response.getString("yourJsonElement") );
            } catch (JSONException ex) {
                Log.e("App", "Failure", ex);
            }
        }
    }
}

This would be the json object it is targeted towards.

{
    "yourJsonElement":"Hi, I'm a string",
    "anotherElement":"Ohh, why didn't you pick me"
}

It is working on my end, hope this is helpful to someone else out there.

Convert a JSON Object to Buffer and Buffer to JSON Object back

You need to stringify the json, not calling toString

var buf = Buffer.from(JSON.stringify(obj));

And for converting string to json obj :

var temp = JSON.parse(buf.toString());

how to check for null with a ng-if values in a view with angularjs?

You can also use ng-template, I think that would be more efficient while run time :)

<div ng-if="!test.view; else somethingElse">1</div>
<ng-template #somethingElse>
    <div>2</div>
</ng-template>

Cheers

Get records of current month

This query should work for you:

SELECT *
FROM table
WHERE MONTH(columnName) = MONTH(CURRENT_DATE())
AND YEAR(columnName) = YEAR(CURRENT_DATE())

python ValueError: invalid literal for float()

Watch out for possible unintended literals in your argument

for example you can have a space within your argument, rendering it to a string / literal:

float(' 0.33')

After making sure the unintended space did not make it into the argument, I was left with:

float(0.33) 

Like this it works like a charm.

Take away is: Pay Attention for unintended literals (e.g. spaces that you didn't see) within your input.

jQuery - Add ID instead of Class

Try this:

$('element').attr('id', 'value');

So it becomes;

$(function() {
    $('span .breadcrumb').each(function(){
        $('#nav').attr('id', $(this).text());
        $('#container').attr('id', $(this).text());
        $('.stretch_footer').attr('id', $(this).text())
        $('#footer').attr('id', $(this).text());
    });
});

So you are changing/overwriting the id of three elements and adding an id to one element. You can modify as per you needs...

Quadratic and cubic regression in Excel

I know that this question is a little old, but I thought that I would provide an alternative which, in my opinion, might be a little easier. If you're willing to add "temporary" columns to a data set, you can use Excel's Analysis ToolPak?Data Analysis?Regression. The secret to doing a quadratic or a cubic regression analysis is defining the Input X Range:.

If you're doing a simple linear regression, all you need are 2 columns, X & Y. If you're doing a quadratic, you'll need X_1, X_2, & Y where X_1 is the x variable and X_2 is x^2; likewise, if you're doing a cubic, you'll need X_1, X_2, X_3, & Y where X_1 is the x variable, X_2 is x^2 and X_3 is x^3. Notice how the Input X Range is from A1 to B22, spanning 2 columns.

Input for Quadratic Regression Analysis in Excel

The following image the output of the regression analysis. I've highlighted the common outputs, including the R-Squared values and all the coefficients.

Coefficients of Quadratic Regression Analysis in Excel

How to update a pull request from forked repo?

Updating a pull request in GitHub is as easy as committing the wanted changes into existing branch (that was used with pull request), but often it is also wanted to squash the changes into single commit:

git checkout yourbranch
git rebase -i origin/master

# Edit command names accordingly
  pick   1fc6c95 My pull request
  squash 6b2481b Hack hack - will be discarded
  squash dd1475d Also discarded

git push -f origin yourbranch

...and now the pull request contains only one commit.


Related links about rebasing:

how to add or embed CKEditor in php page

If you have downloaded the latest Version 4.3.4 then just follow these steps.

  • Download the package, unzip and place in your web directory or root folder.
  • Provide the read write permissions to that folder (preferably Ubuntu machines )
  • Create view page test.php
  • Paste the below mentioned code it should work fine.

Load the mentioned js file

<script type="text/javascript" src="/ckeditor/ckeditor.js"></script>
<textarea class="ckeditor" name="editor"></textarea>

How do I draw a circle in iOS Swift?

I find Core Graphics to be pretty simple for Swift 3:

if let cgcontext = UIGraphicsGetCurrentContext() {
    cgcontext.strokeEllipse(in: CGRect(x: center.x-diameter/2, y: center.y-diameter/2, width: diameter, height: diameter))
}

Why won't eclipse switch the compiler to Java 8?

It cause eclipse kepler SR1 does not support new Java™ 8 language enhancements like lambda expression.

From information here: http://www.eclipse.org/downloads/java8/
I think you should use kepler SR2 with support plugin, or change to Eclipse Luna.


Updated link 16/09/2016: https://wiki.eclipse.org/JDT/Eclipse_Java_8_Support_For_Kepler

How to scroll table's "tbody" independent of "thead"?

mandatory parts:

tbody {
    overflow-y: scroll;  (could be: 'overflow: scroll' for the two axes)
    display: block;
    with: xxx (a number or 100%)
}

thead {
    display: inline-block;
}

Recommended method for escaping HTML in Java

Nice short method:

public static String escapeHTML(String s) {
    StringBuilder out = new StringBuilder(Math.max(16, s.length()));
    for (int i = 0; i < s.length(); i++) {
        char c = s.charAt(i);
        if (c > 127 || c == '"' || c == '\'' || c == '<' || c == '>' || c == '&') {
            out.append("&#");
            out.append((int) c);
            out.append(';');
        } else {
            out.append(c);
        }
    }
    return out.toString();
}

Based on https://stackoverflow.com/a/8838023/1199155 (the amp is missing there). The four characters checked in the if clause are the only ones below 128, according to http://www.w3.org/TR/html4/sgml/entities.html

Angular ng-if not true

Just use for True:

<li ng-if="area"></li>

and for False:

<li ng-if="area === false"></li>

How to delete a specific file from folder using asp.net

string sourceDir = @"c:\current";
string backupDir = @"c:\archives\2008";

try
{
    string[] picList = Directory.GetFiles(sourceDir, "*.jpg");
    string[] txtList = Directory.GetFiles(sourceDir, "*.txt");

    // Copy picture files. 
    foreach (string f in picList)
    {
        // Remove path from the file name. 
        string fName = f.Substring(sourceDir.Length + 1);

        // Use the Path.Combine method to safely append the file name to the path. 
        // Will overwrite if the destination file already exists.
        File.Copy(Path.Combine(sourceDir, fName), Path.Combine(backupDir, fName), true);
    }

    // Copy text files. 
    foreach (string f in txtList)
    {

        // Remove path from the file name. 
        string fName = f.Substring(sourceDir.Length + 1);

        try
        {
            // Will not overwrite if the destination file already exists.
            File.Copy(Path.Combine(sourceDir, fName), Path.Combine(backupDir, fName));
        }

        // Catch exception if the file was already copied. 
        catch (IOException copyError)
        {
            Console.WriteLine(copyError.Message);
        }
    }

    // Delete source files that were copied. 
    foreach (string f in txtList)
    {
        File.Delete(f);
    }
    foreach (string f in picList)
    {
        File.Delete(f);
    }
}

catch (DirectoryNotFoundException dirNotFound)
{
    Console.WriteLine(dirNotFound.Message);
}

How to get the 'height' of the screen using jquery

$(window).height();   // returns height of browser viewport
$(document).height(); // returns height of HTML document

As documented here: http://api.jquery.com/height/

Convert array values from string to int?

You can achieve this by following code,

$integerIDs = array_map('intval', explode(',', $string));

Mysql - delete from multiple tables with one query

usually, i would expect this as a 'cascading delete' enforced in a trigger, you would only need to delete the main record, then all the depepndent records would be deleted by the trigger logic.

this logic would be similar to what you have written.

How can I merge two commits into one if I already started rebase?

Summary

The error message

Cannot 'squash' without a previous commit

means you likely attempted to “squash downward.” Git always squashes a newer commit into an older commit or “upward” as viewed on the interactive rebase todo list, that is into a commit on a previous line. Changing the command on your todo list’s very first line to squash will always produce this error as there is nothing for the first commit to squash into.

The Fix

First get back to where you started with

$ git rebase --abort

Say your history is

$ git log --pretty=oneline
a931ac7c808e2471b22b5bd20f0cad046b1c5d0d c
b76d157d507e819d7511132bdb5a80dd421d854f b
df239176e1a2ffac927d8b496ea00d5488481db5 a

That is, a was the first commit, then b, and finally c. After committing c we decide to squash b and c together:

(Note: Running git log pipes its output into a pager, less by default on most platforms. To quit the pager and return to your command prompt, press the q key.)

Running git rebase --interactive HEAD~2 gives you an editor with

pick b76d157 b
pick a931ac7 c

# Rebase df23917..a931ac7 onto df23917
#
# Commands:
#  p, pick = use commit
#  r, reword = use commit, but edit the commit message
#  e, edit = use commit, but stop for amending
#  s, squash = use commit, but meld into previous commit
#  f, fixup = like "squash", but discard this commit's log message
#
# If you remove a line here THAT COMMIT WILL BE LOST.
# However, if you remove everything, the rebase will be aborted.
#

(Notice that this todo list is in the reverse order as compared with the output of git log.)

Changing b’s pick to squash will result in the error you saw, but if instead you squash c into b (newer commit into the older or “squashing upward”) by changing the todo list to

pick   b76d157 b
squash a931ac7 c

and save-quitting your editor, you'll get another editor whose contents are

# This is a combination of 2 commits.
# The first commit's message is:

b

# This is the 2nd commit message:

c

When you save and quit, the contents of the edited file become commit message of the new combined commit:

$ git log --pretty=oneline
18fd73d3ce748f2a58d1b566c03dd9dafe0b6b4f b and c
df239176e1a2ffac927d8b496ea00d5488481db5 a

Note About Rewriting History

Interactive rebase rewrites history. Attempting to push to a remote that contains the old history will fail because it is not a fast-forward.

If the branch you rebased is a topic or feature branch in which you are working by yourself, no big deal. Pushing to another repository will require the --force option, or alternatively you may be able, depending on the remote repository’s permissions, to first delete the old branch and then push the rebased version. Examples of those commands that will potentially destroy work is outside the scope of this answer.

Rewriting already-published history on a branch in which you are working with other people without very good reason such as leaking a password or other sensitive details forces work onto your collaborators and is antisocial and will annoy other developers. The “Recovering From an Upstream Rebase” section in the git rebase documentation explains, with added emphasis.

Rebasing (or any other form of rewriting) a branch that others have based work on is a bad idea: anyone downstream of it is forced to manually fix their history. This section explains how to do the fix from the downstream’s point of view. The real fix, however, would be to avoid rebasing the upstream in the first place.

What does "export" do in shell programming?

it makes the assignment visible to subprocesses.

$ foo=bar
$ bash -c 'echo $foo'

$ export foo
$ bash -c 'echo $foo'
bar

what is the use of xsi:schemaLocation?

If you go into any of those locations, then you will find what is defined in those schema. For example, it tells you what is the data type of the ini-method key words value.

How do I download code using SVN/Tortoise from Google Code?

If you are behind a firewall you will have to configure the Tortoise client to connect to it. Right click somewhere in your window, select "TortoiseSVN", select "settings", and then select "network" on the left side of the panel. Fill out all the required fields. Good luck.

sklearn error ValueError: Input contains NaN, infinity or a value too large for dtype('float64')

None of the answers here worked for me. This was what worked.

Test_y = np.nan_to_num(Test_y)

It replaces the infinity values with high finite values and the nan values with numbers

How to pass integer from one Activity to another?

In Activity A

private void startSwitcher() {
    int yourInt = 200;
    Intent myIntent = new Intent(A.this, B.class);
    intent.putExtra("yourIntName", yourInt);
    startActivity(myIntent);
}

in Activity B

int score = getIntent().getIntExtra("yourIntName", 0);

Safari 3rd party cookie iframe trick no longer working?

I recently hit the same issue on Safari. The solution I figured out is based on the Local Storage HTML5 API. Using Local Storage you could emulate cookies.

Here's my blog post with details: http://log.scalemotion.com/2012/10/how-to-trick-safari-and-set-3rd-party.html

Two divs side by side - Fluid display

You can also use the Grid View its also Responsive its something like this:

#wrapper {
   width: auto;
    height: auto;
    box-sizing: border-box;
    display: grid;
    grid-auto-flow: row;
    grid-template-columns: repeat(6, 1fr);
}

#left{
    text-align: left;
    grid-column: 1/4;
}

#right {
    text-align: right;
    grid-column: 4/6;
}

and the HTML should look like this :

<div id="wrapper">
<div id="left" > ...some awesome stuff </div>
<div id="right" > ...some awesome stuff </div>
</div>

here is a link for more information:

https://www.w3schools.com/css/css_rwd_grid.asp

im quite new but i thougt i could share my little experience