Programs & Examples On #Visual inheritance

A mechanism of Windows Forms that lets forms inherit controls and appearance.

How to get UTC timestamp in Ruby?

Time.utc(2010, 05, 17)

NOW() function in PHP

With PHP version >= 5.4 DateTime can do this:-

echo (new \DateTime())->format('Y-m-d H:i:s');

See it working.

Define global constants

Using a property file that is generated during a build is simple and easy. This is the approach that the Angular CLI uses. Define a property file for each environment and use a command during build to determine which file gets copied to your app. Then simply import the property file to use.

https://github.com/angular/angular-cli#build-targets-and-environment-files

Conversion failed when converting the varchar value 'simple, ' to data type int

If you are converting a varchar to int make sure you do not have decimal places.

For example, if you are converting a varchar field with value (12345.0) to an integer then you get this conversion error. In my case I had all my fields with .0 as ending so I used the following statement to globally fix the problem.

CONVERT(int, replace(FIELD_NAME,'.0',''))

What exactly does a jar file contain?

A jar file is a zip file with some additional files containing metadata. (Despite the .jar extension, it is in zip format, and any utilities that deal with .zip files are also able to deal with .jar files.)

http://docs.oracle.com/javase/8/docs/technotes/guides/jar/index.html

Jar files can contain any kind of files, but they usually contain class files and supporting configuration files (properties), graphics and other data files needed by the application.

Class files contain compiled Java code, which is executable by the Java Virtual Machine.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Java_class_file

What are the main differences between JWT and OAuth authentication?

find the main differences between JWT & OAuth

  1. OAuth 2.0 defines a protocol & JWT defines a token format.

  2. OAuth can use either JWT as a token format or access token which is a bearer token.

  3. OpenID connect mostly use JWT as a token format.

What is a "cache-friendly" code?

Processors today work with many levels of cascading memory areas. So the CPU will have a bunch of memory that is on the CPU chip itself. It has very fast access to this memory. There are different levels of cache each one slower access ( and larger ) than the next, until you get to system memory which is not on the CPU and is relatively much slower to access.

Logically, to the CPU's instruction set you just refer to memory addresses in a giant virtual address space. When you access a single memory address the CPU will go fetch it. in the old days it would fetch just that single address. But today the CPU will fetch a bunch of memory around the bit you asked for, and copy it into the cache. It assumes that if you asked for a particular address that is is highly likely that you are going to ask for an address nearby very soon. For example if you were copying a buffer you would read and write from consecutive addresses - one right after the other.

So today when you fetch an address it checks the first level of cache to see if it already read that address into cache, if it doesn't find it, then this is a cache miss and it has to go out to the next level of cache to find it, until it eventually has to go out into main memory.

Cache friendly code tries to keep accesses close together in memory so that you minimize cache misses.

So an example would be imagine you wanted to copy a giant 2 dimensional table. It is organized with reach row in consecutive in memory, and one row follow the next right after.

If you copied the elements one row at a time from left to right - that would be cache friendly. If you decided to copy the table one column at a time, you would copy the exact same amount of memory - but it would be cache unfriendly.

Java Map equivalent in C#

class Test
{
    Dictionary<int, string> entities;

    public string GetEntity(int code)
    {
        // java's get method returns null when the key has no mapping
        // so we'll do the same

        string val;
        if (entities.TryGetValue(code, out val))
            return val;
        else
            return null;
    }
}

Java, how to compare Strings with String Arrays

import java.util.Scanner;
import java.util.*;
public class Main
{
  public static void main (String[]args) throws Exception
  {
    Scanner in = new Scanner (System.in);
    /*Prints out the welcome message at the top of the screen */
      System.out.printf ("%55s", "**WELCOME TO IDIOCY CENTRAL**\n");
      System.out.printf ("%55s", "=================================\n");

      String[] codes =
    {
    "G22", "K13", "I30", "S20"};

      System.out.printf ("%5s%5s%5s%5s\n", codes[0], codes[1], codes[2],
             codes[3]);
      System.out.printf ("Enter one of the above!\n");

    String usercode = in.nextLine ();
    for (int i = 0; i < codes.length; i++)
      {
    if (codes[i].equals (usercode))
      {
        System.out.printf ("What's the matter with you?\n");
      }
    else
      {
        System.out.printf ("Youda man!");
      }
      }

  }
}

How to get Git to clone into current directory

Further improving on @phatblat's answer:

git clone --no-checkout <repository> tmp \
  && mv tmp/.git . \
  && rmdir tmp \
  && git checkout master

as one liner:

git clone --no-checkout <repository> tmp && mv tmp/.git . && rmdir tmp && git checkout master

CSS transition effect makes image blurry / moves image 1px, in Chrome?

filter: blur(0)
transition: filter .3s ease-out
transition-timing-function: steps(3, end) // add this string with steps equal duration

I was helped by setting the value of transition duration .3s equal transition timing steps .3s

How can I change the image of an ImageView?

Just to go a little bit further in the matter, you can also set a bitmap directly, like this:

ImageView imageView = new ImageView(this);  
Bitmap bImage = BitmapFactory.decodeResource(this.getResources(), R.drawable.my_image);
imageView.setImageBitmap(bImage);

Of course, this technique is only useful if you need to change the image.

Get: TypeError: 'dict_values' object does not support indexing when using python 3.2.3

In Python 3 the dict.values() method returns a dictionary view object, not a list like it does in Python 2. Dictionary views have a length, can be iterated, and support membership testing, but don't support indexing.

To make your code work in both versions, you could use either of these:

{names[i]:value for i,value in enumerate(d.values())}

    or

values = list(d.values())
{name:values[i] for i,name in enumerate(names)}

By far the simplest, fastest way to do the same thing in either version would be:

dict(zip(names, d.values()))

Note however, that all of these methods will give you results that will vary depending on the actual contents of d. To overcome that, you may be able use an OrderedDict instead, which remembers the order that keys were first inserted into it, so you can count on the order of what is returned by the values() method.

Show values from a MySQL database table inside a HTML table on a webpage

Example taken from W3Schools: PHP Select Data from MySQL

<?php
$con=mysqli_connect("example.com","peter","abc123","my_db");
// Check connection
if (mysqli_connect_errno())
{
echo "Failed to connect to MySQL: " . mysqli_connect_error();
}

$result = mysqli_query($con,"SELECT * FROM Persons");

echo "<table border='1'>
<tr>
<th>Firstname</th>
<th>Lastname</th>
</tr>";

while($row = mysqli_fetch_array($result))
{
echo "<tr>";
echo "<td>" . $row['FirstName'] . "</td>";
echo "<td>" . $row['LastName'] . "</td>";
echo "</tr>";
}
echo "</table>";

mysqli_close($con);
?>

It's a good place to learn from!

How to do associative array/hashing in JavaScript

Since every object in JavaScript behaves like - and is generally implemented as - a hashtable, I just go with that...

var hashSweetHashTable = {};

Use Font Awesome Icons in CSS

No need to embed content into the CSS. You can put the badge content inside the fa element, then adjust the badge css. http://jsfiddle.net/vmjwayrk/2/

<i class="fa fa-envelope fa-5x" style="position:relative;color:grey;">
  <span style="
        background-color: navy;
        border-radius: 50%;
        font-size: .25em;
        display:block;
        position:absolute;
        text-align: center;
        line-height: 2em;
        top: -.5em;
        right: -.5em;
        width: 2em;
        height: 2em;
        border:solid 4px #fff;
        box-shadow:0px 0px 1px #000;
        color: #fff;
    ">17</span>
</i>

Accidentally committed .idea directory files into git

Add .idea directory to the list of ignored files

First, add it to .gitignore, so it is not accidentally committed by you (or someone else) again:

.idea

Remove it from repository

Second, remove the directory only from the repository, but do not delete it locally. To achieve that, do what is listed here:

Remove a file from a Git repository without deleting it from the local filesystem

Send the change to others

Third, commit the .gitignore file and the removal of .idea from the repository. After that push it to the remote(s).

Summary

The full process would look like this:

$ echo '.idea' >> .gitignore
$ git rm -r --cached .idea
$ git add .gitignore
$ git commit -m '(some message stating you added .idea to ignored entries)'
$ git push

(optionally you can replace last line with git push some_remote, where some_remote is the name of the remote you want to push to)

Oracle - How to create a materialized view with FAST REFRESH and JOINS

The key checks for FAST REFRESH includes the following:

1) An Oracle materialized view log must be present for each base table.
2) The RowIDs of all the base tables must appear in the SELECT list of the MVIEW query definition.
3) If there are outer joins, unique constraints must be placed on the join columns of the inner table.

No 3 is easy to miss and worth highlighting here

Entity framework code-first null foreign key

You must make your foreign key nullable:

public class User
{
    public int Id { get; set; }
    public int? CountryId { get; set; }
    public virtual Country Country { get; set; }
}

Free Online Team Foundation Server

VSO is now Azure DevOps https://visualstudio.microsoft.com/vso

Recently Microsoft Visual Studio Online (VSO) is now Azure DevOps

Move UIView up when the keyboard appears in iOS

try this one:-

 [[NSNotificationCenter defaultCenter] addObserver:self
                                             selector:@selector (keyboardDidShow:)
                                                 name: UIKeyboardDidShowNotification object:nil];


[[NSNotificationCenter defaultCenter] addObserver:self
                                             selector:@selector (keyboardDidHide:)
                                                 name: UIKeyboardDidHideNotification object:nil];

-(void) keyboardDidShow: (NSNotification *)notif
    {
        CGSize keyboardSize = [[[notif userInfo] objectForKey:UIKeyboardFrameBeginUserInfoKey] CGRectValue].size;
        UIEdgeInsets contentInsets = UIEdgeInsetsMake(0.0, 0.0, keyboardSize.height+[self getTableView].tableFooterView.frame.size.height, 0.0);

        [self getTableView].contentInset = contentInsets;
        [self getTableView].scrollIndicatorInsets = contentInsets;

        CGRect rect = self.frame; rect.size.height -= keyboardSize.height;
        if (!CGRectContainsPoint(rect, self.frame.origin))
        {
            CGPoint scrollPoint = CGPointMake(0.0, self.frame.origin.y - (keyboardSize.height - self.frame.size.height));
            [[self getTableView] setContentOffset:scrollPoint animated:YES];
        }
    }

-(void) keyboardDidHide: (NSNotification *)notif
{
    UIEdgeInsets contentInsets = UIEdgeInsetsZero;
    [self getTableView].contentInset = contentInsets;
    [self getTableView].scrollIndicatorInsets = contentInsets;
}

Get text from DataGridView selected cells

Try this:

Dim i = Datagridview1.currentrow.index
textbox1.text = datagridview1.item(columnindex, i).value

It should work :)

How to do a https request with bad certificate?

Security note: Disabling security checks is dangerous and should be avoided

You can disable security checks globally for all requests of the default client:

package main

import (
    "fmt"
    "net/http"
    "crypto/tls"
)

func main() {
    http.DefaultTransport.(*http.Transport).TLSClientConfig = &tls.Config{InsecureSkipVerify: true}
    _, err := http.Get("https://golang.org/")
    if err != nil {
        fmt.Println(err)
    }
}

You can disable security check for a client:

package main

import (
    "fmt"
    "net/http"
    "crypto/tls"
)

func main() {
    tr := &http.Transport{
        TLSClientConfig: &tls.Config{InsecureSkipVerify: true},
    }
    client := &http.Client{Transport: tr}
    _, err := client.Get("https://golang.org/")
    if err != nil {
        fmt.Println(err)
    }
}

Spring MVC: Complex object as GET @RequestParam

Accepted answer works like a charm but if the object has a list of objects it won't work as expected so here is my solution after some digging.

Following this thread advice, here is how I've done.

  • Frontend: stringify your object than encode it in base64 for submission.
  • Backend: decode base64 string then convert the string json into desired object.

It isn't the best for debugging your API with postman but it is working as expected for me.

Original object: { page: 1, size: 5, filters: [{ field: "id", value: 1, comparison: "EQ" }

Encoded object: eyJwYWdlIjoxLCJzaXplIjo1LCJmaWx0ZXJzIjpbeyJmaWVsZCI6ImlkUGFyZW50IiwiY29tcGFyaXNvbiI6Ik5VTEwifV19

@GetMapping
fun list(@RequestParam search: String?): ResponseEntity<ListDTO> {
    val filter: SearchFilterDTO = decodeSearchFieldDTO(search)
    ...
}

private fun decodeSearchFieldDTO(search: String?): SearchFilterDTO {
    if (search.isNullOrEmpty()) return SearchFilterDTO()
    return Gson().fromJson(String(Base64.getDecoder().decode(search)), SearchFilterDTO::class.java)
}

And here the SearchFilterDTO and FilterDTO

class SearchFilterDTO(
    var currentPage: Int = 1,
    var pageSize: Int = 10,
    var sort: Sort? = null,
    var column: String? = null,
    var filters: List<FilterDTO> = ArrayList<FilterDTO>(),
    var paged: Boolean = true
)

class FilterDTO(
    var field: String,
    var value: Any,
    var comparison: Comparison
)

$(this).serialize() -- How to add a value?

We can do like:

data = $form.serialize() + "&foo=bar";

For example:

var userData = localStorage.getItem("userFormSerializeData");
var userId = localStorage.getItem("userId");

$.ajax({
    type: "POST",
    url: postUrl,
    data: $(form).serialize() + "&" + userData + "&userId=" + userId,
    dataType: 'json',
    success: function (response) {
        //do something
    }
});

How to use SearchView in Toolbar Android

Implementing the SearchView without the use of the menu.xml file and open through button

In your Activity we need to use the method of the onCreateOptionsMenumethod in which we will programmatically inflate the SearchView

private MenuItem searchMenu;
private String mSearchString="";

@Override
    public boolean onCreateOptionsMenu(Menu menu) {
        super.onCreateOptionsMenu(menu);

        SearchManager searchManager = (SearchManager) StoreActivity.this.getSystemService(Context.SEARCH_SERVICE);


        SearchView mSearchView = new SearchView(getSupportActionBar().getThemedContext());
        mSearchView.setQueryHint(getString(R.string.prompt_search)); /// YOUR HINT MESSAGE
        mSearchView.setMaxWidth(Integer.MAX_VALUE);

        searchMenu = menu.add("searchMenu").setVisible(false).setActionView(mSearchView);
        searchMenu.setShowAsAction(MenuItem.SHOW_AS_ACTION_IF_ROOM | MenuItem.SHOW_AS_ACTION_COLLAPSE_ACTION_VIEW);


        assert searchManager != null;
        mSearchView.setSearchableInfo(searchManager.getSearchableInfo(getComponentName()));
        mSearchView.setIconifiedByDefault(false);

        SearchView.OnQueryTextListener queryTextListener = new SearchView.OnQueryTextListener() {
            public boolean onQueryTextChange(String newText) {
                mSearchString = newText;

                return true;
            }

            public boolean onQueryTextSubmit(String query) {
                mSearchString = query;

                searchMenu.collapseActionView();


                return true;
            }
        };

        mSearchView.setOnQueryTextListener(queryTextListener);


        return true;
    }

And in your Activity class, you can open the SearchView on any button click on toolbar like below

YOUR_BUTTON.setOnClickListener(view -> {

            searchMenu.expandActionView();

        });

How do I use InputFilter to limit characters in an EditText in Android?

I found this on another forum. Works like a champ.

InputFilter filter = new InputFilter() {
    public CharSequence filter(CharSequence source, int start, int end,
            Spanned dest, int dstart, int dend) {
        for (int i = start; i < end; i++) {
            if (!Character.isLetterOrDigit(source.charAt(i))) {
                return "";
            }
        }
        return null;
    }
};
edit.setFilters(new InputFilter[] { filter });

Change width of select tag in Twitter Bootstrap

For me Pawan's css class combined with display: inline-block (so the selects don't stack) works best. And I wrap it in a media-query, so it stays Mobile Friendly:

@media (min-width: $screen-xs) {

    .selectwidthauto {
         width:auto !important;
         display: inline-block;
    }

}

Find and replace specific text characters across a document with JS

The best would be to do this server-side or wrap the currency symbols in an element you can select before returning it to the browser, however if neither is an option, you can select all text nodes within the body and do the replace on them. Below i'm doing this using a plugin i wrote 2 years ago that was meant for highlighting text. What i'm doing is finding all occurrences of € and wrapping it in a span with the class currency-symbol, then i'm replacing the text of those spans.

Demo

(function($){

    $.fn.highlightText = function () {
        // handler first parameter
        // is the first parameter a regexp?
        var re,
            hClass,
            reStr,
            argType = $.type(arguments[0]),
            defaultTagName = $.fn.highlightText.defaultTagName;

        if ( argType === "regexp" ) {
            // first argument is a regular expression
            re = arguments[0];
        }       
        // is the first parameter an array?
        else if ( argType === "array" ) {
            // first argument is an array, generate
            // regular expression string for later use
            reStr = arguments[0].join("|");
        }       
        // is the first parameter a string?
        else if ( argType === "string" ) {
            // store string in regular expression string
            // for later use
            reStr = arguments[0];
        }       
        // else, return out and do nothing because this
        // argument is required.
        else {
            return;
        }

        // the second parameter is optional, however,
        // it must be a string or boolean value. If it is 
        // a string, it will be used as the highlight class.
        // If it is a boolean value and equal to true, it 
        // will be used as the third parameter and the highlight
        // class will default to "highlight". If it is undefined,
        // the highlight class will default to "highlight" and 
        // the third parameter will default to false, allowing
        // the plugin to match partial matches.
        // ** The exception is if the first parameter is a regular
        // expression, the third parameter will be ignored.
        argType = $.type(arguments[1]);
        if ( argType === "string" ) {
            hClass = arguments[1];
        }
        else if ( argType === "boolean" ) {
            hClass = "highlight";
            if ( reStr ) {
                reStr = "\\b" + reStr + "\\b";
            }
        }
        else {
            hClass = "highlight";
        }

        if ( arguments[2] && reStr ) {
            reStr = reStr = "\\b" + reStr + "\\b";
        } 

        // if re is not defined ( which means either an array or
        // string was passed as the first parameter ) create the
        // regular expression.
        if (!re) {
            re = new RegExp( "(" + reStr + ")", "ig" );
        }

        // iterate through each matched element
        return this.each( function() {
            // select all contents of this element
            $( this ).find( "*" ).andSelf().contents()

            // filter to only text nodes that aren't already highlighted
            .filter( function () {
                return this.nodeType === 3 && $( this ).closest( "." + hClass ).length === 0;
            })

            // loop through each text node
            .each( function () {
                var output;
                output = this.nodeValue
                    .replace( re, "<" + defaultTagName + " class='" + hClass + "'>$1</" + defaultTagName +">" );
                if ( output !== this.nodeValue ) {
                    $( this ).wrap( "<p></p>" ).parent()
                        .html( output ).contents().unwrap();
                }
            });
        });
    };

    $.fn.highlightText.defaultTagName = "span";

})( jQuery );

$("body").highlightText("€","currency-symbol");
$("span.currency-symbol").text("$");

How to create own dynamic type or dynamic object in C#?

ExpandoObject is what are you looking for.

dynamic MyDynamic = new ExpandoObject(); // note, the type MUST be dynamic to use dynamic invoking.
MyDynamic.A = "A";
MyDynamic.B = "B";
MyDynamic.C = "C";
MyDynamic.TheAnswerToLifeTheUniverseAndEverything = 42;

MVC: How to Return a String as JSON

Yeah that's it without no further issues, to avoid raw string json this is it.

    public ActionResult GetJson()
    {
        var json = System.IO.File.ReadAllText(
            Server.MapPath(@"~/App_Data/content.json"));

        return new ContentResult
        {
            Content = json,
            ContentType = "application/json",
            ContentEncoding = Encoding.UTF8
        };
    } 

NOTE: please note that method return type of JsonResult is not working for me, since JsonResult and ContentResult both inherit ActionResult but there is no relationship between them.

Is the MIME type 'image/jpg' the same as 'image/jpeg'?

The important thing to note here is that the mime type is not the same as the file extension. Sometimes, however, they have the same value.

https://www.iana.org/assignments/media-types/media-types.xhtml includes a list of registered Mime types, though there is nothing stopping you from making up your own, as long as you are at both the sending and the receiving end. Here is where Microsoft comes in to the picture.

Where there is a lot of confusion is the fact that operating systems have their own way of identifying file types by using the tail end of the file name, referred to as the extension. In modern operating systems, the whole name is one long string, but in more primitive operating systems, it is treated as a separate attribute.

The OS which caused the confusion is MSDOS, which had limited the extension to 3 characters. This limitation is inherited to this day in devices, such as SD cards, which still store data in the same way.

One side effect of this limitation is that some file extensions, such as .gif match their Mime Type, image/gif, while others are compromised. This includes image/jpeg whose extension is shortened to .jpg. Even in modern Windows, where the limitation is lifted, Microsoft never let the past go, and so the file extension is still the shortened version.

Given that that:

  1. File Extensions are not File Types
  2. Historically, some operating systems had serious file name limitations
  3. Some operating systems will just go ahead and make up their own rules

The short answer is:

  • Technically, there is no such thing as image/jpg, so the answer is that it is not the same as image/jpeg
  • That won’t stop some operating systems and software from treating it as if it is the same

While we’re at it …

Legacy versions of Internet Explorer took the liberty of uploading jpeg files with the Mime Type of image/pjpeg, which, of course, just means more work for everybody else. They also uploaded png files as image/x-png.

What's the best UML diagramming tool?

I have tried MagicDraw and it is very good, only the community edition though.

Also I have tried omondo, it looks fantastic but it is very expensive for commercial use.

Editable text to string

If I understand correctly, you want to get the String of an Editable object, right? If yes, try using toString().

Add class to <html> with Javascript?

You should append class not overwrite it

var headCSS = document.getElementsByTagName("html")[0].getAttribute("class") || "";
document.getElementsByTagName("html")[0].setAttribute("class",headCSS +"foo");

I would still recommend using jQuery to avoid browser incompatibilities

Remove leading zeros from a number in Javascript

regexp:

"014".replace(/^0+/, '')

Running unittest with typical test directory structure

If you are looking for a command line-only solution:

Based on the following directory structure (generalized with a dedicated source directory):

new_project/
    src/
        antigravity.py
    test/
        test_antigravity.py

Windows: (in new_project)

$ set PYTHONPATH=%PYTHONPATH%;%cd%\src
$ python -m unittest discover -s test

See this question if you want to use this in a batch for-loop.

Linux: (in new_project)

$ export PYTHONPATH=$PYTHONPATH:$(pwd)/src  [I think - please edit this answer if you are a Linux user and you know this]
$ python -m unittest discover -s test

With this approach, it is also possible to add more directories to the PYTHONPATH if necessary.

How to run python script with elevated privilege on windows

  1. make a batch file
  2. add python.exe "(your py file here)" with the quotation marks
  3. save the batch file
  4. right click, then click run as administrator

Javascript can't find element by id?

Script is called before element exists.

You should try one of the following:

  1. wrap code into a function and use a body onload event to call it.
  2. put script at the end of document
  3. use defer attribute into script tag declaration

react hooks useEffect() cleanup for only componentWillUnmount?

function LegoComponent() {

  const [lego, setLegos] = React.useState([])

  React.useEffect(() => {
    let isSubscribed = true
    fetchLegos().then( legos=> {
      if (isSubscribed) {
        setLegos(legos)
      }
    })
    return () => isSubscribed = false
  }, []);

  return (
    <ul>
    {legos.map(lego=> <li>{lego}</li>)}
    </ul>
  )
}

In the code above, the fetchLegos function returns a promise. We can “cancel” the promise by having a conditional in the scope of useEffect, preventing the app from setting state after the component has unmounted.

Warning: Can't perform a React state update on an unmounted component. This is a no-op, but it indicates a memory leak in your application. To fix, cancel all subscriptions and asynchronous tasks in a useEffect cleanup function.

GridLayout and Row/Column Span Woe

It feels pretty hacky, but I managed to get the correct look by adding an extra column and row beyond what is needed. Then I filled the extra column with a Space in each row defining a height and filled the extra row with a Space in each col defining a width. For extra flexibility, I imagine these Space sizes could be set in code to provide something similar to weights. I tried to add a screenshot, but I do not have the reputation necessary.

<GridLayout xmlns:android="http://schemas.android.com/apk/res/android"
android:layout_width="fill_parent"
android:layout_height="fill_parent"
android:columnCount="9"
android:orientation="horizontal"
android:rowCount="8" >

<Button
    android:layout_columnSpan="2"
    android:layout_gravity="fill"
    android:layout_rowSpan="2"
    android:text="1" />

<Button
    android:layout_columnSpan="2"
    android:layout_gravity="fill_horizontal"
    android:text="2" />

<Button
    android:layout_gravity="fill_vertical"
    android:layout_rowSpan="4"
    android:text="3" />

<Button
    android:layout_columnSpan="3"
    android:layout_gravity="fill"
    android:layout_rowSpan="2"
    android:text="4" />

<Button
    android:layout_columnSpan="3"
    android:layout_gravity="fill_horizontal"
    android:text="5" />

<Button
    android:layout_columnSpan="2"
    android:layout_gravity="fill_horizontal"
    android:text="6" />

<Space
    android:layout_width="36dp"
    android:layout_column="0"
    android:layout_row="7" />

<Space
    android:layout_width="36dp"
    android:layout_column="1"
    android:layout_row="7" />

<Space
    android:layout_width="36dp"
    android:layout_column="2"
    android:layout_row="7" />

<Space
    android:layout_width="36dp"
    android:layout_column="3"
    android:layout_row="7" />

<Space
    android:layout_width="36dp"
    android:layout_column="4"
    android:layout_row="7" />

<Space
    android:layout_width="36dp"
    android:layout_column="5"
    android:layout_row="7" />

<Space
    android:layout_width="36dp"
    android:layout_column="6"
    android:layout_row="7" />

<Space
    android:layout_width="36dp"
    android:layout_column="7"
    android:layout_row="7" />

<Space
    android:layout_height="36dp"
    android:layout_column="8"
    android:layout_row="0" />

<Space
    android:layout_height="36dp"
    android:layout_column="8"
    android:layout_row="1" />

<Space
    android:layout_height="36dp"
    android:layout_column="8"
    android:layout_row="2" />

<Space
    android:layout_height="36dp"
    android:layout_column="8"
    android:layout_row="3" />

<Space
    android:layout_height="36dp"
    android:layout_column="8"
    android:layout_row="4" />

<Space
    android:layout_height="36dp"
    android:layout_column="8"
    android:layout_row="5" />

<Space
    android:layout_height="36dp"
    android:layout_column="8"
    android:layout_row="6" />

</GridLayout>

screenshot

NULL or BLANK fields (ORACLE)

So I just wondered about the same, but had at the same time had a solution to this. I wanted a query that included all rows in the table and counting both blanks and non blanks. So I came up with this.

SELECT COUNT(col_name)                                 VALUE_COUNT
       COUNT(NVL(col_name, 'X') - COUNT(col_name)      NULL_VALUE_COUNT
FROM   table
[CONDITIONS]

Instead of the NVL function you can count the primary key column to obtain the total count of rows

It works like a charm

use "netsh wlan set hostednetwork ..." to create a wifi hotspot and the authentication can't work correctly

I had a similar problem and I solved it by setting a static IP on the Android device.

When you add the network on Android, first you enter the SSID and password, then underneath you can open advanced options and set a static IP.

How to change the CHARACTER SET (and COLLATION) throughout a database?

Beware that in Mysql, the utf8 character set is only a subset of the real UTF8 character set. In order to save one byte of storage, the Mysql team decided to store only three bytes of a UTF8 characters instead of the full four-bytes. That means that some east asian language and emoji aren't fully supported. To make sure you can store all UTF8 characters, use the utf8mb4 data type, and utf8mb4_bin or utf8mb4_general_ci in Mysql.

Single-threaded apartment - cannot instantiate ActiveX control

Go ahead and add [STAThread] to the main entry of your application, this indicates the COM threading model is single-threaded apartment (STA)

example:

static class Program
{
    /// <summary>
    /// The main entry point for the application.
    /// </summary>
    [STAThread]
    static void Main()
    {
        Application.EnableVisualStyles();
        Application.SetCompatibleTextRenderingDefault(false);
        Application.Run(new WebBrowser());
    }
}

PySpark: withColumn() with two conditions and three outcomes

You'll want to use a udf as below

from pyspark.sql.types import IntegerType
from pyspark.sql.functions import udf

def func(fruit1, fruit2):
    if fruit1 == None or fruit2 == None:
        return 3
    if fruit1 == fruit2:
        return 1
    return 0

func_udf = udf(func, IntegerType())
df = df.withColumn('new_column',func_udf(df['fruit1'], df['fruit2']))

Xampp-mysql - "Table doesn't exist in engine" #1932

I had the same issue. I had a backup of my C:\xampp\mysql\data folder. But integrating it with the newly installed xampp had issues. So I located the C:\xampp\mysql\bin\my.ini file and directed innodb_data_home_dir = "C:/xampp/mysql/data" to my backed-up data folder and it worked flawlessly.

open the file upload dialogue box onclick the image

Include input type="file" element on your HTML page and on the click event of your button trigger the click event of input type file element using trigger function of jQuery

The code will look like:

<input type="file" id="imgupload" style="display:none"/> 
<button id="OpenImgUpload">Image Upload</button>

And on the button's click event write the jQuery code like :

$('#OpenImgUpload').click(function(){ $('#imgupload').trigger('click'); });

This will open File Upload Dialog box on your button click event..

m2e error in MavenArchiver.getManifest()

I also faced the similar issues, changing the version from 2.0.0.RELEASE to 1.5.10.RELEASE worked for me, please try it before downgrading the maven version

<parent>
<groupId>org.springframework.boot</groupId>
<artifactId>spring-boot-starter-parent</artifactId>
<version>1.5.10.RELEASE</version>
</parent>
<dependencies>
 <dependency>
 <groupId>org.springframework.boot</groupId>
 <artifactId>spring-boot-starter-web</artifactId>
 </dependency>  
</dependencies>

How do I unload (reload) a Python module?

Those who are using python 3 and reload from importlib.

If you have problems like it seems that module doesn't reload... That is because it needs some time to recompile pyc (up to 60 sec).I writing this hint just that you know if you have experienced this kind of problem.

Why would Oracle.ManagedDataAccess not work when Oracle.DataAccess does?

The order of precedence for resolving TNS names in ODP.NET, Managed Driver is this (see here):

  1. data source alias in the 'dataSources' section under section in the .NET config file.
  2. data source alias in the tnsnames.ora file at the location specified by 'TNS_ADMIN' in the .NET config file.
  3. data source alias in the tnsnames.ora file present in the same directory as the .exe.
  4. data source alias in the tnsnames.ora file present at %TNS_ADMIN% (where %TNS_ADMIN% is an environment variable setting).
  5. data source alias in the tnsnames.ora file present at %ORACLE_HOME%\network\admin (where %ORACLE_HOME% is an environment variable setting).

I believe the reason your sample works with Oracle.DataAccess but not with Oracle.ManagedDataAccess is that Windows registry based configuration is not supported for the latter (see documentation) - the ODP.NET installation sets an ORACLE_HOME registry key (HLKM\SOFTWARE\Oracle\Key_NAME\ORACLE_HOME) which is recognized only by the unmanaged part.

Why do I get a C malloc assertion failure?

To give you a better understanding of why this happens, I'd like to expand upon @r-samuel-klatchko's answer a bit.

When you call malloc, what is really happening is a bit more complicated than just giving you a chunk of memory to play with. Under the hood, malloc also keeps some housekeeping information about the memory it has given you (most importantly, its size), so that when you call free, it knows things like how much memory to free. This information is commonly kept right before the memory location returned to you by malloc. More exhaustive information can be found on the internet™, but the (very) basic idea is something like this:

+------+-------------------------------------------------+
+ size |                  malloc'd memory                +
+------+-------------------------------------------------+
       ^-- location in pointer returned by malloc

Building on this (and simplifying things greatly), when you call malloc, it needs to get a pointer to the next part of memory that is available. One very simple way of doing this is to look at the previous bit of memory it gave away, and move size bytes further down (or up) in memory. With this implementation, you end up with your memory looking something like this after allocating p1, p2 and p3:

+------+----------------+------+--------------------+------+----------+
+ size |                | size |                    | size |          +
+------+----------------+------+--------------------+------+----------+
       ^- p1                   ^- p2                       ^- p3

So, what is causing your error?

Well, imagine that your code erroneously writes past the amount of memory you've allocated (either because you allocated less than you needed as was your problem or because you're using the wrong boundary conditions somewhere in your code). Say your code writes so much data to p2 that it starts overwriting what is in p3's size field. When you now next call malloc, it will look at the last memory location it returned, look at its size field, move to p3 + size and then start allocating memory from there. Since your code has overwritten size, however, this memory location is no longer after the previously allocated memory.

Needless to say, this can wreck havoc! The implementors of malloc have therefore put in a number of "assertions", or checks, that try to do a bunch of sanity checking to catch this (and other issues) if they are about to happen. In your particular case, these assertions are violated, and thus malloc aborts, telling you that your code was about to do something it really shouldn't be doing.

As previously stated, this is a gross oversimplification, but it is sufficient to illustrate the point. The glibc implementation of malloc is more than 5k lines, and there have been substantial amounts of research into how to build good dynamic memory allocation mechanisms, so covering it all in a SO answer is not possible. Hopefully this has given you a bit of a view of what is really causing the problem though!

Font Awesome & Unicode

For those who are using Font Awesome version 4.7,

css_selector::before{
content:"\f006";
font-family:"fontawesome";
font-weight:900;
}

ASP.NET MVC Html.DropDownList SelectedValue

In ASP.NET MVC 3 you can simply add your list to ViewData...

var options = new List<SelectListItem>();

options.Add(new SelectListItem { Value = "1", Text = "1" });
options.Add(new SelectListItem { Value = "2", Text = "2" });
options.Add(new SelectListItem { Value = "3", Text = "3", Selected = true });

ViewData["options"] = options;

...and then reference it by name in your razor view...

@Html.DropDownList("options")

You don't have to manually "use" the list in the DropDownList call. Doing it this way correctly set the selected value for me too.

Disclaimer:

  1. Haven't tried this with the web forms view engine, but it should work too.
  2. I haven't tested this in the v1 and v2, but it might work.

How do I find the install time and date of Windows?

Press WindowsKey + R and enter cmd

In the command window type:

systeminfo | find /i "Original"

(for older versions of windows, type "ORIGINAL" in all capital letters).

Calculating the position of points in a circle

PHP Solution:

class point{
    private $x = 0;
    private $y = 0;
    public function setX($xpos){
        $this->x = $xpos;
    }
    public function setY($ypos){
        $this->y = $ypos;
    }
    public function getX(){
        return $this->x;
    }
    public function getY(){
        return $this->y;
    }
    public function printX(){
        echo $this->x;
    }
    public function printY(){
        echo $this->y;
    }
}
function drawCirclePoints($points, $radius, &$center){
    $pointarray = array();
    $slice = (2*pi())/$points;
    for($i=0;$i<$points;$i++){
        $angle = $slice*$i;
        $newx = (int)($center->getX() + ($radius * cos($angle)));
        $newy = (int)($center->getY() + ($radius * sin($angle)));
        $point = new point();
        $point->setX($newx);
        $point->setY($newy);
        array_push($pointarray,$point);
    }
    return $pointarray;
}

Check if a string is a palindrome

static void Main(string[] args)
        {
            Console.WriteLine("Enter a string to check pallingdrome i.e startreverse is same");
            string str = Convert.ToString( Console.ReadLine());

            char[] arr = str.ToCharArray();
            var strLength = arr.Length-1;
            string newStr = "";
            for (var i= strLength; i < arr.Length; i--)
            {

                newStr = newStr + Convert.ToString(arr[i]);
                if(i==0)
                {
                    break;
                }
            }
            if(str==newStr)
            {
                Console.WriteLine("Entered key is Palindrome");
                Console.ReadLine();
            }
            else
            {
                Console.WriteLine("Entered key is not Palindrome");
                Console.ReadLine();
            }

        }

Node.js: get path from the request

A more modern solution that utilises the URL WebAPI:

(req, res) => {
  const { pathname } = new URL(req.url || '', `https://${req.headers.host}`)
}

Equivalent VB keyword for 'break'

Exit [construct], and intelisense will tell you which one(s) are valid in a particular place.

Identifying Exception Type in a handler Catch Block

you can add some extra information to your exception in your class and then when you catch the exception you can control your custom information to identify your exception

this.Data["mykey"]="keyvalue"; //you can add any type of data if you want 

and then you can get your value

string mystr = (string) err.Data["mykey"];

like that for more information: http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/system.exception.data.aspx

Is there a command to restart computer into safe mode?

In the command prompt, type the command below and press Enter.

bcdedit /enum

Under the Windows Boot Loader sections, make note of the identifier value.

To start in safe mode from command prompt :

bcdedit /set {identifier} safeboot minimal 

Then enter the command line to reboot your computer.

Is there a better jQuery solution to this.form.submit();?

I think what you are looking for is something like this:

$(field).closest("form").submit();

For example, to handle the onchange event, you would have this:

$(select your fields here).change(function() {
    $(this).closest("form").submit();
});

If, for some reason you aren't using jQuery 1.3 or above, you can call parents instead of closest.

HTTP Range header

It's a syntactically valid request, but not a satisfiable request. If you look further in that section you see:

If a syntactically valid byte-range-set includes at least one byte- range-spec whose first-byte-pos is less than the current length of the entity-body, or at least one suffix-byte-range-spec with a non- zero suffix-length, then the byte-range-set is satisfiable. Otherwise, the byte-range-set is unsatisfiable. If the byte-range-set is unsatisfiable, the server SHOULD return a response with a status of 416 (Requested range not satisfiable). Otherwise, the server SHOULD return a response with a status of 206 (Partial Content) containing the satisfiable ranges of the entity-body.

So I think in your example, the server should return a 416 since it's not a valid byte range for that file.

How to map with index in Ruby?

A fun, but useless way to do this:

az  = ('a'..'z').to_a
azz = az.map{|e| [e, az.index(e)+2]}

What does 'stale file handle' in Linux mean?

When the directory is deleted, the inode for that directory (and the inodes for its contents) are recycled. The pointer your shell has to that directory's inode (and its contents's inodes) are now no longer valid. When the directory is restored from backup, the old inodes are not (necessarily) reused; the directory and its contents are stored on random inodes. The only thing that stays the same is that the parent directory reuses the same name for the restored directory (because you told it to).

Now if you attempt to access the contents of the directory that your original shell is still pointing to, it communicates that request to the file system as a request for the original inode, which has since been recycled (and may even be in use for something entirely different now). So you get a stale file handle message because you asked for some nonexistent data.

When you perform a cd operation, the shell reevaluates the inode location of whatever destination you give it. Now that your shell knows the new inode for the directory (and the new inodes for its contents), future requests for its contents will be valid.

Add an index (numeric ID) column to large data frame

You can add a sequence of numbers very easily with

data$ID <- seq.int(nrow(data))

If you are already using library(tidyverse), you can use

data <- tibble::rowid_to_column(data, "ID")

react-router scroll to top on every transition

React hooks 2020 :)

import React, { useLayoutEffect } from 'react';
import { useLocation } from 'react-router-dom';

const ScrollToTop: React.FC = () => {
  const { pathname } = useLocation();
  useLayoutEffect(() => {
    window.scrollTo(0, 0);
  }, [pathname]);

  return null;
};

export default ScrollToTop;

How to install SQL Server Management Studio 2012 (SSMS) Express?

You need to install ENU\x64\SQLEXPRWT_x64_ENU.exe which is Express with Tools (RTM release. SP1 release can be found here).

As the page states

Express with Tools (with LocalDB) Includes the database engine and SQL Server Management Studio Express) This package contains everything needed to install and configure SQL Server as a database server. Choose either LocalDB or Express depending on your needs above.

So install this and use the management studio included with it.

Java: how do I initialize an array size if it's unknown?

If you want to stick to an array then this way you can make use. But its not good as compared to List and not recommended. However it will solve your problem.

import java.util.Scanner;

public class ArrayModify {

    public static void main(String[] args) {
        int[] list;
        String st;
        String[] stNew;
        Scanner scan = new Scanner(System.in);
        System.out.println("Enter Numbers: "); // If user enters 5 6 7 8 9 
        st = scan.nextLine();
        stNew = st.split("\\s+");
        list = new int[stNew.length]; // Sets array size to 5

        for (int i = 0; i < stNew.length; i++){
            list[i] =  Integer.parseInt(stNew[i]);
            System.out.println("You Enterred: " + list[i]);
        }
    }
}

Loading and parsing a JSON file with multiple JSON objects

You have a JSON Lines format text file. You need to parse your file line by line:

import json

data = []
with open('file') as f:
    for line in f:
        data.append(json.loads(line))

Each line contains valid JSON, but as a whole, it is not a valid JSON value as there is no top-level list or object definition.

Note that because the file contains JSON per line, you are saved the headaches of trying to parse it all in one go or to figure out a streaming JSON parser. You can now opt to process each line separately before moving on to the next, saving memory in the process. You probably don't want to append each result to one list and then process everything if your file is really big.

If you have a file containing individual JSON objects with delimiters in-between, use How do I use the 'json' module to read in one JSON object at a time? to parse out individual objects using a buffered method.

Mercurial: how to amend the last commit?

Another solution could be use the uncommit command to exclude specific file from current commit.

hg uncommit [file/directory]

This is very helpful when you want to keep current commit and deselect some files from commit (especially helpful for files/directories have been deleted).

Everytime I run gulp anything, I get a assertion error. - Task function must be specified

https://fettblog.eu/gulp-4-parallel-and-series/

Because gulp.task(name, deps, func) was replaced by gulp.task(name, gulp.{series|parallel}(deps, func)).

You are using the latest version of gulp but older code. Modify the code or downgrade.

Merge unequal dataframes and replace missing rows with 0

Assuming df1 has all the values of x of interest, you could use a dplyr::left_join() to merge and then either a base::replace() or tidyr::replace_na() to replace the NAs as 0s:

library(tidyverse)

# dplyr only:
df_new <- 
  left_join(df1, df2, by = 'x') %>% 
  mutate(y = replace(y, is.na(y), 0))

# dplyr and tidyr:
df_new <- 
  left_join(df1, df2, by = 'x') %>% 
  mutate(y = replace_na(y, 0))

# In the sample data column `x` is a factor, which will give a warning with the join. This can be prevented by converting to a character before the join:
df_new <- 
  left_join(df1 %>% mutate(x = as.character(x)), 
            df2 %>% mutate(x = as.character(x)), 
            by = 'x') %>% 
    mutate(y = replace(y, is.na(y), 0))

Git: How to commit a manually deleted file?

Use git add -A, this will include the deleted files.

Note: use git rm for certain files.

Most efficient way to remove special characters from string

public static string RemoveSpecialCharacters(string str)
{
    char[] buffer = new char[str.Length];
    int idx = 0;

    foreach (char c in str)
    {
        if ((c >= '0' && c <= '9') || (c >= 'A' && c <= 'Z')
            || (c >= 'a' && c <= 'z') || (c == '.') || (c == '_'))
        {
            buffer[idx] = c;
            idx++;
        }
    }

    return new string(buffer, 0, idx);
}

Operand type clash: uniqueidentifier is incompatible with int

The reason is that the data doesn't match the datatype. I have come across the same issues that I forgot to make the fields match. Though my case is not same as yours, but it shows the similar error message.

The situation is that I copy a table, but accidently I misspell one field, so I change it using the ALTER after creating the database. And the order of fields in both table is not identical. so when I use the INSERT INTO TableName SELECT * FROM TableName, the result showed the similar errors: Operand type clash: datetime is incompatible with uniqueidentifier

This is a simiple example:

use example
go
create table Test1 (
    id int primary key,
    item uniqueidentifier,
    inserted_at datetime
    )
go
create table Test2 (
    id int primary key,
    inserted_at datetime
    )
go
alter table Test2 add item uniqueidentifier;
go

--insert into Test1 (id, item, inserted_at) values (1, newid(), getdate()), (2, newid(), getdate());


insert into Test2 select * from Test1;

select * from Test1;
select * from Test2;


The error message is:

Msg 206, Level 16, State 2, Line 24
Operand type clash: uniqueidentifier is incompatible with datetime

jquery: how to get the value of id attribute?

$('.select_continent').click(function () {
    alert($(this).attr('value'));
});

How do I get the function name inside a function in PHP?

The accurate way is to use the __FUNCTION__ predefined magic constant.

Example:

class Test {
    function MethodA(){
        echo __FUNCTION__;
    }
}

Result: MethodA.

Intro to GPU programming

  1. You get programmable vertex and pixel shaders that allow execution of code directly on the GPU to manipulate the buffers that are to be drawn. These languages (i.e. OpenGL's GL Shader Lang and High Level Shader Lang and DirectX's equivalents ), are C style syntax, and really easy to use. Some examples of HLSL can be found here for XNA game studio and Direct X. I don't have any decent GLSL references, but I'm sure there are a lot around. These shader languages give an immense amount of power to manipulate what gets drawn at a per-vertex or per-pixel level, directly on the graphics card, making things like shadows, lighting, and bloom really easy to implement.
  2. The second thing that comes to mind is using openCL to code for the new lines of general purpose GPU's. I'm not sure how to use this, but my understanding is that openCL gives you the beginnings of being able to access processors on both the graphics card and normal cpu. This is not mainstream technology yet, and seems to be driven by Apple.
  3. CUDA seems to be a hot topic. CUDA is nVidia's way of accessing the GPU power. Here are some intros

Spring Security redirect to previous page after successful login

Back to previous page after succesfull login, we can use following custom authentication manager as follows:

<!-- enable use-expressions -->
    <http auto-config="true" use-expressions="true">
        <!-- src** matches: src/bar.c src/baz.c src/test/bartest.c-->
        <intercept-url pattern="/problemSolution/home/**" access="hasRole('ROLE_ADMIN')"/>
        <intercept-url pattern="favicon.ico" access="permitAll"/>
        <form-login
                authentication-success-handler-ref="authenticationSuccessHandler"
                always-use-default-target="true"
                login-processing-url="/checkUser"
                login-page="/problemSolution/index"

                default-target-url="/problemSolution/home"
                authentication-failure-url="/problemSolution/index?error"
                username-parameter="username"
                password-parameter="password"/>
        <logout logout-url="/problemSolution/logout"
                logout-success-url="/problemSolution/index?logout"/>
        <!-- enable csrf protection -->
        <csrf/>
    </http>

    <beans:bean id="authenticationSuccessHandler"
            class="org.springframework.security.web.authentication.SavedRequestAwareAuthenticationSuccessHandler">
        <beans:property name="defaultTargetUrl" value="/problemSolution/home"/>
    </beans:bean>

    <!-- Select users and user_roles from database -->
    <authentication-manager>
        <authentication-provider user-service-ref="customUserDetailsService">
            <password-encoder hash="plaintext">
            </password-encoder>
        </authentication-provider>
    </authentication-manager>

CustomUserDetailsService class

@Service
public class CustomUserDetailsService implements UserDetailsService {

        @Autowired
        private UserService userService;

        public UserDetails loadUserByUsername(String userName)
                        throws UsernameNotFoundException {
                com.codesenior.telif.local.model.User domainUser = userService.getUser(userName);

                boolean enabled = true;
                boolean accountNonExpired = true;
                boolean credentialsNonExpired = true;
                boolean accountNonLocked = true;

                return new User(
                                domainUser.getUsername(),
                                domainUser.getPassword(),
                                enabled,
                                accountNonExpired,
                                credentialsNonExpired,
                                accountNonLocked,
                                getAuthorities(domainUser.getUserRoleList())
                );
        }

        public Collection<? extends GrantedAuthority> getAuthorities(List<UserRole> userRoleList) {
                return getGrantedAuthorities(getRoles(userRoleList));
        }

        public List<String> getRoles(List<UserRole> userRoleList) {

                List<String> roles = new ArrayList<String>();

                for(UserRole userRole:userRoleList){
                        roles.add(userRole.getRole());
                }
                return roles;
        }

        public static List<GrantedAuthority> getGrantedAuthorities(List<String> roles) {
                List<GrantedAuthority> authorities = new ArrayList<GrantedAuthority>();

                for (String role : roles) {
                        authorities.add(new SimpleGrantedAuthority(role));
                }
                return authorities;
        }

}

User Class

import com.codesenior.telif.local.model.UserRole;
import org.springframework.beans.factory.annotation.Autowired;
import org.springframework.security.core.GrantedAuthority;
import org.springframework.security.core.authority.SimpleGrantedAuthority;
import org.springframework.security.core.userdetails.User;
import org.springframework.security.core.userdetails.UserDetails;
import org.springframework.security.core.userdetails.UserDetailsService;
import org.springframework.security.core.userdetails.UsernameNotFoundException;
import org.springframework.stereotype.Service;

import java.util.ArrayList;
import java.util.Collection;
import java.util.List;


@Service
public class CustomUserDetailsService implements UserDetailsService {

        @Autowired
        private UserService userService;

        public UserDetails loadUserByUsername(String userName)
                        throws UsernameNotFoundException {
                com.codesenior.telif.local.model.User domainUser = userService.getUser(userName);

                boolean enabled = true;
                boolean accountNonExpired = true;
                boolean credentialsNonExpired = true;
                boolean accountNonLocked = true;

                return new User(
                                domainUser.getUsername(),
                                domainUser.getPassword(),
                                enabled,
                                accountNonExpired,
                                credentialsNonExpired,
                                accountNonLocked,
                                getAuthorities(domainUser.getUserRoleList())
                );
        }

        public Collection<? extends GrantedAuthority> getAuthorities(List<UserRole> userRoleList) {
                return getGrantedAuthorities(getRoles(userRoleList));
        }

        public List<String> getRoles(List<UserRole> userRoleList) {

                List<String> roles = new ArrayList<String>();

                for(UserRole userRole:userRoleList){
                        roles.add(userRole.getRole());
                }
                return roles;
        }

        public static List<GrantedAuthority> getGrantedAuthorities(List<String> roles) {
                List<GrantedAuthority> authorities = new ArrayList<GrantedAuthority>();

                for (String role : roles) {
                        authorities.add(new SimpleGrantedAuthority(role));
                }
                return authorities;
        }

}

UserRole Class

@Entity
public class UserRole {
        @Id
        @GeneratedValue
        private Integer userRoleId;

        private String role;

        @ManyToMany(fetch = FetchType.LAZY, mappedBy = "userRoleList")
        @JsonIgnore
        private List<User> userList;

        public Integer getUserRoleId() {
                return userRoleId;
        }

        public void setUserRoleId(Integer userRoleId) {
                this.userRoleId= userRoleId;
        }

        public String getRole() {
                return role;
        }

        public void setRole(String role) {
                this.role= role;
        }

        @Override
        public String toString() {
                return String.valueOf(userRoleId);
        }

        public List<User> getUserList() {
                return userList;
        }

        public void setUserList(List<User> userList) {
                this.userList= userList;
        }
}

In LaTeX, how can one add a header/footer in the document class Letter?

With regard to Brent.Longborough's answer (appering only on page 2 onward), perhaps you need to set the \thispagestyle{} after \begin{document}. I wonder if the letter class is setting the first page style to empty.

How do you load custom UITableViewCells from Xib files?

Here's the class method that I've been using for creating custom cells out of XIBs:

+ (CustomCell*) createNewCustomCellFromNib {

    NSArray* nibContents = [[NSBundle mainBundle]
                            loadNibNamed:@"CustomCell" owner:self options:NULL];

    NSEnumerator *nibEnumerator = [nibContents objectEnumerator];
    CustomCell *customCell= nil;
    NSObject* nibItem = nil;

    while ( (nibItem = [nibEnumerator nextObject]) != nil) {

        if ( [nibItem isKindOfClass: [CustomCell class]]) {
            customCell = (CustomCell*) nibItem;

            if ([customCell.reuseIdentifier isEqualToString: @"CustomCell"]) {
                break; // we have a winner
            }
            else
                fuelEntryCell = nil;
        }
    }
    return customCell;
}

Then, in the XIB, I set the class name, and reuse identifier. After that, I can just call that method in my view controller instead of the

[[UITableViewCell] alloc] initWithFrame:]

It's plenty fast enough, and being used in two of my shipping applications. It's more reliable than calling [nib objectAtIndex:0], and in my mind at least, more reliable than Stephan Burlot's example because you're guaranteed to only grab a view out of a XIB that is the right type.

Creating SVG elements dynamically with javascript inside HTML

Add this to html:

<svg id="mySVG" xmlns="http://www.w3.org/2000/svg" xmlns:xlink="http://www.w3.org/1999/xlink"/>

Try this function and adapt for you program:

var svgNS = "http://www.w3.org/2000/svg";  

function createCircle()
{
    var myCircle = document.createElementNS(svgNS,"circle"); //to create a circle. for rectangle use "rectangle"
    myCircle.setAttributeNS(null,"id","mycircle");
    myCircle.setAttributeNS(null,"cx",100);
    myCircle.setAttributeNS(null,"cy",100);
    myCircle.setAttributeNS(null,"r",50);
    myCircle.setAttributeNS(null,"fill","black");
    myCircle.setAttributeNS(null,"stroke","none");

    document.getElementById("mySVG").appendChild(myCircle);
}     

What do I need to do to get Internet Explorer 8 to accept a self signed certificate?

It's not enough to install the certificate itself, instead you need to install the root certificate of your certification authority. Say if you use Win Server's Certificate Services, its root certificate which was created when CS was installed on that server is the one to be installed. It must be installed to the "Trusted Root Certification Authorities" as described earlier.

Delete item from array and shrink array

The size of a Java array is fixed when you allocate it, and cannot be changed.

  • If you want to "grow" or "shrink" an existing array, you have to allocate a new array of the appropriate size and copy the array elements; e.g. using System.arraycopy(...) or Arrays.copyOf(...). A copy loop works as well, though it looks a bit clunky ... IMO.

  • If you want to "delete" an item or items from an array (in the true sense ... not just replacing them with null), you need to allocate a new smaller array and copy across the elements you want to retain.

  • Finally, you can "erase" an element in an array of a reference type by assigning null to it. But this introduces new problems:

    • If you were using null elements to mean something, you can't do this.
    • All of the code that uses the array now has to deal with the possibility of a null element in the appropriate fashion. More complexity and potential for bugs1.

There are alternatives in the form of 3rd-party libraries (e.g. Apache Commons ArrayUtils), but you may want to consider whether it is worth adding a library dependency just for the sake of a method that you could implement yourself with 5-10 lines of code.


It is better (i.e. simpler ... and in many cases, more efficient2) to use a List class instead of an array. This will take care of (at least) growing the backing storage. And there are operations that take care of inserting and deleting elements anywhere in the list.

For instance, the ArrayList class uses an array as backing, and automatically grows the array as required. It does not automatically reduce the size of the backing array, but you can tell it to do this using the trimToSize() method; e.g.

ArrayList l = ...
l.remove(21);
l.trimToSize();  // Only do this if you really have to.

1 - But note that the explicit if (a[e] == null) checks themselves are likely to be "free", since they can be combined with the implicit null check that happens when you dereference the value of a[e].

2 - I say it is "more efficient in many cases" because ArrayList uses a simple "double the size" strategy when it needs to grow the backing array. This means that if grow the list by repeatedly appending to it, each element will be copied on average one extra time. By contrast, if you did this with an array you would end up copying each array element close to N/2 times on average.

Scroll to element on click in Angular 4

I need to do this trick, maybe because I use a custom HTML element. If I do not do this, target in onItemAmounterClick won't have the scrollIntoView method

.html

<div *ngFor"...">
      <my-component #target (click)="clicked(target)"></my-component>
</div>

.ts

onItemAmounterClick(target){
  target.__ngContext__[0].scrollIntoView({behavior: 'smooth'});
}

How do I get the type of a variable?

If you have a variable

int k;

You can get its type using

cout << typeid(k).name() << endl;

See the following thread on SO: Similar question

Change Background color (css property) using Jquery

You're using a colon instead of a comma. Try:

$(body).css("background-color","blue");

You also need to wrap the id in quotes or it will look for a variable called #co

$("#co").click(change()

There are many more issues here. click isn't an HTML attribute. You want onclick (which is redundant). Try this:

<div id="co"> <!-- no onclick method needed -->
<script>
$(document).ready(function() {
    $("#co").click(function() {
        $("body").css("background-color","blue"); //edit, body must be in quotes!
    });
});
</script>

You were trying to call an undefined method. It looks like you were trying to declare it inside the callback statement? I'm not sure. But please compare this to your code and see the differences.

http://jsfiddle.net/CLwE5/ demo fiddle

Notepad++: Multiple words search in a file (may be in different lines)?

You need a new version of notepad++. Looks like old versions don't support |.

Note: egrep "CAT|TOWN" will search for lines containing CATOWN. (CAT)|(TOWN) is the proper or extension (matching 1,3,4). Strangely you wrote and which is btw (CAT.*TOWN)|(TOWN.*CAT)

How do I pass a URL with multiple parameters into a URL?

You are missing the ? in the second URL (Also, it should be URL-encoded to be %3F).

Also, I believe that the remaining & need to be URL, not HTML-encoded. Change &second=12&third=5 to %26second=12%26third=5 and everything should just work.

This:

&u=http://www.foobar.com/first=12&amp;sec=25&amp;position=2

should be:

&u=http://www.foobar.com/%3Ffirst=12%26sec=25%26position=2

Wireshark vs Firebug vs Fiddler - pros and cons?

Wireshark, Firebug, Fiddler all do similar things - capture network traffic.

  • Wireshark captures any kind of network packet. It can capture packet details below TCP/IP (HTTP is at the top). It does have filters to reduce the noise it captures.

  • Firebug tracks each request the browser page makes and captures the associated headers and the time taken for each stage of the request (DNS, receiving, sending, ...).

  • Fiddler works as an HTTP/HTTPS proxy. It captures every HTTP request the computer makes and records everything associated with it. It does allow things like converting post variables to a table form and editing/replaying requests. It doesn't, by default, capture localhost traffic in IE, see the FAQ for the workaround.

How to convert a set to a list in python?

Simply type:

list(my_set)

This will turn a set in the form {'1','2'} into a list in the form ['1','2'].

Split comma separated column data into additional columns

You can use split function.

    SELECT 
    (select top 1 item from dbo.Split(FullName,',') where id=1 ) Column1,
    (select top 1 item from dbo.Split(FullName,',') where id=2 ) Column2,
    (select top 1 item from dbo.Split(FullName,',') where id=3 ) Column3,
    (select top 1 item from dbo.Split(FullName,',') where id=4 ) Column4,
    FROM MyTbl

Using an integer as a key in an associative array in JavaScript

Use an object - with an integer as the key - rather than an array.

Getting list of pixel values from PIL

Python shouldn't crash when you call getdata(). The image might be corrupted or there is something wrong with your PIL installation. Try it with another image or post the image you are using.

This should break down the image the way you want:

from PIL import Image
im = Image.open('um_000000.png')

pixels = list(im.getdata())
width, height = im.size
pixels = [pixels[i * width:(i + 1) * width] for i in xrange(height)]

How to write a unit test for a Spring Boot Controller endpoint

Here is another answer using Spring MVC's standaloneSetup. Using this way you can either autowire the controller class or Mock it.

    import static org.mockito.Mockito.mock;
    import static org.springframework.test.web.server.request.MockMvcRequestBuilders.get;
    import static org.springframework.test.web.server.result.MockMvcResultMatchers.content;
    import static org.springframework.test.web.server.result.MockMvcResultMatchers.status;

    import org.junit.Before;
    import org.junit.Test;
    import org.junit.runner.RunWith;
    import org.springframework.beans.factory.annotation.Autowired;
    import org.springframework.boot.test.context.SpringBootTest;
    import org.springframework.http.MediaType;
    import org.springframework.test.context.junit4.SpringJUnit4ClassRunner;
    import org.springframework.test.web.server.MockMvc;
    import org.springframework.test.web.server.setup.MockMvcBuilders;


    @RunWith(SpringJUnit4ClassRunner.class)
    @SpringBootTest(webEnvironment = SpringBootTest.WebEnvironment.RANDOM_PORT)
    public class DemoApplicationTests {

        final String BASE_URL = "http://localhost:8080/";

        @Autowired
        private HelloWorld controllerToTest;

        private MockMvc mockMvc;

        @Before
        public void setup() {
            this.mockMvc = MockMvcBuilders.standaloneSetup(controllerToTest).build();
        }

        @Test
        public void testSayHelloWorld() throws Exception{
            //Mocking Controller
            controllerToTest = mock(HelloWorld.class);

             this.mockMvc.perform(get("/")
                     .accept(MediaType.parseMediaType("application/json;charset=UTF-8")))
                     .andExpect(status().isOk())
                     .andExpect(content().mimeType(MediaType.APPLICATION_JSON));
        }

        @Test
        public void contextLoads() {
        }

    }

React onClick and preventDefault() link refresh/redirect?

The Gist I found and works for me:

const DummyLink = ({onClick, children, props}) => (
    <a href="#" onClick={evt => {
        evt.preventDefault();
        onClick && onClick();
    }} {...props}>
        {children}
    </a>
);

Credit for srph https://gist.github.com/srph/020b5c02dd489f30bfc59138b7c39b53

Is there a way to view past mysql queries with phpmyadmin?

I may be wrong, but I believe I've seen a list of previous SQL queries in the session file for phpmyadmin sessions

Inheritance and Overriding __init__ in python

The book is a bit dated with respect to subclass-superclass calling. It's also a little dated with respect to subclassing built-in classes.

It looks like this nowadays:

class FileInfo(dict):
    """store file metadata"""
    def __init__(self, filename=None):
        super(FileInfo, self).__init__()
        self["name"] = filename

Note the following:

  1. We can directly subclass built-in classes, like dict, list, tuple, etc.

  2. The super function handles tracking down this class's superclasses and calling functions in them appropriately.

Excel VBA: function to turn activecell to bold

I use

            chartRange = xlWorkSheet.Rows[1];
            chartRange.Font.Bold = true;

to turn the first-row-cells-font into bold. And it works, and I am using also Excel 2007.

You can call in VBA directly

            ActiveCell.Font.Bold = True

With this code I create a timestamp in the active cell, with bold font and yellow background

           Private Sub Worksheet_SelectionChange(ByVal Target As Range)
               ActiveCell.Value = Now()
               ActiveCell.Font.Bold = True
               ActiveCell.Interior.ColorIndex = 6
           End Sub

Why do I get a "Null value was assigned to a property of primitive type setter of" error message when using HibernateCriteriaBuilder in Grails

Either fully avoid null in DB via NOT NULL and in Hibernate entity via @Column(nullable = false) accordingly or use Long wrapper instead of you long primitives.

A primitive is not an Object, therefore u can't assign null to it.

What primitive data type is time_t?

Unfortunately, it's not completely portable. It's usually integral, but it can be any "integer or real-floating type".

data.frame Group By column

I would recommend having a look at the plyr package. It might not be as fast as data.table or other packages, but it is quite instructive, especially when starting with R and having to do some data manipulation.

> DF <- data.frame(A = c("1", "1", "2", "3", "3"), B = c(2, 3, 3, 5, 6))
> library(plyr)
> DF.sum <- ddply(DF, c("A"), summarize, B = sum(B))
> DF.sum
  A  B
1 1  5
2 2  3
3 3 11

AngularJS: How do I manually set input to $valid in controller?

It is very simple. For example : in you JS controller use this:

$scope.inputngmodel.$valid = false;

or

$scope.inputngmodel.$invalid = true;

or

$scope.formname.inputngmodel.$valid = false;

or

$scope.formname.inputngmodel.$invalid = true;

All works for me for different requirement. Hit up if this solve your problem.

Simple dynamic breadcrumb

This is the code that i personally use in my sites. Works outside of the box.

<?php
function breadcrumbs($home = 'Home') {
  global $page_title; //global varable that takes it's value from the page that breadcrubs will appear on. Can be deleted if you wish, but if you delete it, delete also the title tage inside the <li> tag inside the foreach loop.
    $breadcrumb  = '<div class="breadcrumb-container"><div class="container"><ol class="breadcrumb">';
    $root_domain = ($_SERVER['HTTPS'] ? 'https' : 'http') . '://' . $_SERVER['HTTP_HOST'].'/';
    $breadcrumbs = array_filter(explode('/', parse_url($_SERVER['REQUEST_URI'], PHP_URL_PATH)));
    $breadcrumb .= '<li><i class="fa fa-home"></i><a href="' . $root_domain . '" title="Home Page"><span>' . $home . '</span></a></li>';
    foreach ($breadcrumbs as $crumb) {
        $link = ucwords(str_replace(array(".php","-","_"), array(""," "," "), $crumb));
        $root_domain .=  $crumb . '/';
        $breadcrumb .= '<li><a href="'. $root_domain .'" title="'.$page_title.'"><span>' . $link . '</span></a></li>';
    }
    $breadcrumb .= '</ol>';
    $breadcrumb .= '</div>';
    $breadcrumb .= '</div>';
    return $breadcrumb;
}
echo breadcrumbs();
?>

The css:

.breadcrumb-container {
    width: 100%;
    background-color: #f8f8f8;
    border-bottom-color: 1px solid #f4f4f4;
    list-style: none;
    margin-top: 72px;
    min-height: 25px;
    box-shadow: 0 3px 0 rgba(60, 57, 57, .2)
}

.breadcrumb-container li {
    display: inline
}
.breadcrumb {
    font-size: 12px;
    padding-top: 3px
}
.breadcrumb>li:last-child:after {
    content: none
}

.breadcrumb>li:last-child {
    font-weight: 700;
    font-style: italic
}
.breadcrumb>li>i {
    margin-right: 3px
}

.breadcrumb>li:after {
    font-family: FontAwesome;
    content: "\f101";
    font-size: 11px;
    margin-left: 3px;
    margin-right: 3px
}
.breadcrumb>li+li:before {
    font-size: 11px;
    padding-left: 3px
}

Feel free to play around with the css padding and margins until you get it right for your own site.

Apply a theme to an activity in Android?

Before you call setContentView(), call setTheme(android.R.style...) and just replace the ... with the theme that you want(Theme, Theme_NoTitleBar, etc.).

Or if your theme is a custom theme, then replace the entire thing, so you get setTheme(yourThemesResouceId)

Difference between declaring variables before or in loop?

In my opinion, b is the better structure. In a, the last value of intermediateResult sticks around after your loop is finished.

Edit: This doesn't make a lot of difference with value types, but reference types can be somewhat weighty. Personally, I like variables to be dereferenced as soon as possible for cleanup, and b does that for you,

Which TensorFlow and CUDA version combinations are compatible?

I had a similar problem after upgrading to TF 2.0. The CUDA version that TF was reporting did not match what Ubuntu 18.04 thought I had installed. It said I was using CUDA 7.5.0, but apt thought I had the right version installed.

What I eventually had to do was grep recursively in /usr/local for CUDNN_MAJOR, and I found that /usr/local/cuda-10.0/targets/x86_64-linux/include/cudnn.h did indeed specify the version as 7.5.0.
/usr/local/cuda-10.1 got it right, and /usr/local/cuda pointed to /usr/local/cuda-10.1, so it was (and remains) a mystery to me why TF was looking at /usr/local/cuda-10.0.

Anyway, I just moved /usr/local/cuda-10.0 to /usr/local/old-cuda-10.0 so TF couldn't find it any more and everything then worked like a charm.

It was all very frustrating, and I still feel like I just did a random hack. But it worked :) and perhaps this will help someone with a similar issue.

How to prevent custom views from losing state across screen orientation changes

Here is another variant that uses a mix of the two above methods. Combining the speed and correctness of Parcelable with the simplicity of a Bundle:

@Override
public Parcelable onSaveInstanceState() {
    Bundle bundle = new Bundle();
    // The vars you want to save - in this instance a string and a boolean
    String someString = "something";
    boolean someBoolean = true;
    State state = new State(super.onSaveInstanceState(), someString, someBoolean);
    bundle.putParcelable(State.STATE, state);
    return bundle;
}

@Override
public void onRestoreInstanceState(Parcelable state) {
    if (state instanceof Bundle) {
        Bundle bundle = (Bundle) state;
        State customViewState = (State) bundle.getParcelable(State.STATE);
        // The vars you saved - do whatever you want with them
        String someString = customViewState.getText();
        boolean someBoolean = customViewState.isSomethingShowing());
        super.onRestoreInstanceState(customViewState.getSuperState());
        return;
    }
    // Stops a bug with the wrong state being passed to the super
    super.onRestoreInstanceState(BaseSavedState.EMPTY_STATE); 
}

protected static class State extends BaseSavedState {
    protected static final String STATE = "YourCustomView.STATE";

    private final String someText;
    private final boolean somethingShowing;

    public State(Parcelable superState, String someText, boolean somethingShowing) {
        super(superState);
        this.someText = someText;
        this.somethingShowing = somethingShowing;
    }

    public String getText(){
        return this.someText;
    }

    public boolean isSomethingShowing(){
        return this.somethingShowing;
    }
}

Update using LINQ to SQL

I found a workaround a week ago. You can use direct commands with "ExecuteCommand":

MDataContext dc = new MDataContext();
var flag = (from f in dc.Flags
                   where f.Code == Code
                   select f).First();
_refresh = Convert.ToBoolean(flagRefresh.Value);
if (_refresh)
{
    dc.ExecuteCommand("update Flags set value = 0 where code = {0}", Code);
}

In the ExecuteCommand statement, you can send the query directly, with the value for the specific record you want to update.

value = 0 --> 0 is the new value for the record;

code = {0} --> is the field where you will send the filter value;

Code --> is the new value for the field;

I hope this reference helps.

Android Device Chooser -- device not showing up

If none of the options work, I change the port and then enable USB debugging and it works fine.

console.log timestamps in Chrome?

Try this:

console.logCopy = console.log.bind(console);

console.log = function(data)
{
    var currentDate = '[' + new Date().toUTCString() + '] ';
    this.logCopy(currentDate, data);
};



Or this, in case you want a timestamp:

console.logCopy = console.log.bind(console);

console.log = function(data)
{
    var timestamp = '[' + Date.now() + '] ';
    this.logCopy(timestamp, data);
};



To log more than one thing and in a nice way (like object tree representation):

console.logCopy = console.log.bind(console);

console.log = function()
{
    if (arguments.length)
    {
        var timestamp = '[' + Date.now() + '] ';
        this.logCopy(timestamp, arguments);
    }
};



With format string (JSFiddle)

console.logCopy = console.log.bind(console);

console.log = function()
{
    // Timestamp to prepend
    var timestamp = new Date().toJSON();

    if (arguments.length)
    {
        // True array copy so we can call .splice()
        var args = Array.prototype.slice.call(arguments, 0);

        // If there is a format string then... it must
        // be a string
        if (typeof arguments[0] === "string")
        {
            // Prepend timestamp to the (possibly format) string
            args[0] = "%o: " + arguments[0];

            // Insert the timestamp where it has to be
            args.splice(1, 0, timestamp);

            // Log the whole array
            this.logCopy.apply(this, args);
        }
        else
        { 
            // "Normal" log
            this.logCopy(timestamp, args);
        }
    }
};


Outputs with that:

Sample output

P.S.: Tested in Chrome only.

P.P.S.: Array.prototype.slice is not perfect here for it would be logged as an array of objects rather than a series those of.

How to escape a while loop in C#

"break" is a command that breaks out of the "closest" loop.

While there are many good uses for break, you shouldn't use it if you don't have to -- it can be seen as just another way to use goto, which is considered bad.

For example, why not:

while (!(the condition you're using to break))
        {
         //Your code here.
        }

If the reason you're using "break" is because you don't want to continue execution of that iteration of the loop, you may want to use the "continue" keyword, which immediately jumps to the next iteration of the loop, whether it be while or for.

while (!condition) {
   //Some code
   if (condition) continue;
   //More code that will be skipped over if the condition was true
}

What is mod_php?

This answer is taken from TuxRadar:

When running PHP through your web server, there are two distinct options: running it using PHP's CGI SAPI, or running it as a module for the web server. Each have their own benefits, but, overall, the module is generally preferred.

Running PHP as a CGI means that you basically tell your web server the location of the PHP executable file, and the server runs that executable, giving it the script you called, each time you visit a page. That means each time you load a page, PHP needs to read php.ini and set its settings, it needs to load all its extensions, and then it needs to start work parsing the script - there is a lot of repeated work.

When you run PHP as a module, PHP literally sits inside your web server - it starts only once, loads its settings and extensions only once, and can also store information across sessions. For example, PHP accelerators rely on PHP being able to save cached data across requests, which is impossible using the CGI version.

The obvious advantage of using PHP as a module is speed - you will see a big speed boost if you convert from CGI to a module. Many people, particularly Windows users, do not realise this, and carry on using the php.exe CGI SAPI, which is a shame - the module is usually three to five times faster.

There is one key advantage to using the CGI version, though, and that is that PHP reads its settings every time you load a page. With PHP running as a module, any changes you make in the php.ini file do not kick in until you restart your web server, which makes the CGI version preferable if you are testing a lot of new settings and want to see instant responses.

Storing Objects in HTML5 localStorage

I arrived at this post after hitting on another post that has been closed as a duplicate of this - titled 'how to store an array in localstorage?'. Which is fine except neither thread actually provides a full answer as to how you can maintain an array in localStorage - however I have managed to craft a solution based on information contained in both threads.

So if anyone else is wanting to be able to push/pop/shift items within an array, and they want that array stored in localStorage or indeed sessionStorage, here you go:

Storage.prototype.getArray = function(arrayName) {
  var thisArray = [];
  var fetchArrayObject = this.getItem(arrayName);
  if (typeof fetchArrayObject !== 'undefined') {
    if (fetchArrayObject !== null) { thisArray = JSON.parse(fetchArrayObject); }
  }
  return thisArray;
}

Storage.prototype.pushArrayItem = function(arrayName,arrayItem) {
  var existingArray = this.getArray(arrayName);
  existingArray.push(arrayItem);
  this.setItem(arrayName,JSON.stringify(existingArray));
}

Storage.prototype.popArrayItem = function(arrayName) {
  var arrayItem = {};
  var existingArray = this.getArray(arrayName);
  if (existingArray.length > 0) {
    arrayItem = existingArray.pop();
    this.setItem(arrayName,JSON.stringify(existingArray));
  }
  return arrayItem;
}

Storage.prototype.shiftArrayItem = function(arrayName) {
  var arrayItem = {};
  var existingArray = this.getArray(arrayName);
  if (existingArray.length > 0) {
    arrayItem = existingArray.shift();
    this.setItem(arrayName,JSON.stringify(existingArray));
  }
  return arrayItem;
}

Storage.prototype.unshiftArrayItem = function(arrayName,arrayItem) {
  var existingArray = this.getArray(arrayName);
  existingArray.unshift(arrayItem);
  this.setItem(arrayName,JSON.stringify(existingArray));
}

Storage.prototype.deleteArray = function(arrayName) {
  this.removeItem(arrayName);
}

example usage - storing simple strings in localStorage array:

localStorage.pushArrayItem('myArray','item one');
localStorage.pushArrayItem('myArray','item two');

example usage - storing objects in sessionStorage array:

var item1 = {}; item1.name = 'fred'; item1.age = 48;
sessionStorage.pushArrayItem('myArray',item1);

var item2 = {}; item2.name = 'dave'; item2.age = 22;
sessionStorage.pushArrayItem('myArray',item2);

common methods to manipulate arrays:

.pushArrayItem(arrayName,arrayItem); -> adds an element onto end of named array
.unshiftArrayItem(arrayName,arrayItem); -> adds an element onto front of named array
.popArrayItem(arrayName); -> removes & returns last array element
.shiftArrayItem(arrayName); -> removes & returns first array element
.getArray(arrayName); -> returns entire array
.deleteArray(arrayName); -> removes entire array from storage

What happened to the .pull-left and .pull-right classes in Bootstrap 4?

bootstrap-4 add class float-left or right for floating

Python Web Crawlers and "getting" html source code

If you are using Python > 3.x you don't need to install any libraries, this is directly built in the python framework. The old urllib2 package has been renamed to urllib:

from urllib import request

response = request.urlopen("https://www.google.com")
# set the correct charset below
page_source = response.read().decode('utf-8')
print(page_source)

Node JS Promise.all and forEach

I had through the same situation. I solved using two Promise.All().

I think was really good solution, so I published it on npm: https://www.npmjs.com/package/promise-foreach

I think your code will be something like this

var promiseForeach = require('promise-foreach')
var jsonItems = [];
promiseForeach.each(jsonItems,
    [function (jsonItems){
        return new Promise(function(resolve, reject){
            if(jsonItems.type === 'file'){
                jsonItems.getFile().then(function(file){ //or promise.all?
                    resolve(file.getSize())
                })
            }
        })
    }],
    function (result, current) {
        return {
            type: current.type,
            size: jsonItems.result[0]
        }
    },
    function (err, newList) {
        if (err) {
            console.error(err)
            return;
        }
        console.log('new jsonItems : ', newList)
    })

Casting objects in Java

Superclass variable = new subclass object();
This just creates an object of type subclass, but assigns it to the type superclass. All the subclasses' data is created etc, but the variable cannot access the subclasses data/functions. In other words, you cannot call any methods or access data specific to the subclass, you can only access the superclasses stuff.

However, you can cast Superclassvariable to the Subclass and use its methods/data.

Batch program to to check if process exists

Try this:

@echo off
set run=
tasklist /fi "imagename eq notepad.exe" | find ":" > nul
if errorlevel 1 set run=yes
if "%run%"=="yes" echo notepad is running
if "%run%"=="" echo notepad is not running
pause

'cl' is not recognized as an internal or external command,

I had the same issue for a long time and I spent God knows how much on it until I accidentally figured what to do. This solution worked on windows 10. All you need to do is to add C:\WINDOWS\System32 to Path variable under User Variables in Environmental Variables... Note that if you add this to the system variables, it may also work. But, that didn't work for me.

How to load images dynamically (or lazily) when users scrolls them into view

This Link work for me demo

1.Load the jQuery loadScroll plugin after jQuery library, but before the closing body tag.

<script src="http://ajax.googleapis.com/ajax/libs/jquery/1.11.2/jquery.min.js"></script><script src="jQuery.loadScroll.js"></script>

2.Add the images into your webpage using Html5 data-src attribute. You can also insert placeholders using the regular img's src attribute.

<img data-src="1.jpg" src="Placeholder.jpg" alt="Image Alt"><img data-src="2.jpg" src="Placeholder.jpg" alt="Image Alt"><img data-src="3.jpg" src="Placeholder.jpg" alt="Image Alt">

3.Call the plugin on the img tags and specify the duration of the fadeIn effect as your images are come into view

$('img').loadScroll(500); // in ms

PostgreSQL: days/months/years between two dates

This question is full of misunderstandings. First lets understand the question fully. The asker wants to get the same result as for when running the MS SQL Server function DATEDIFF ( datepart , startdate , enddate ) where datepart takes dd, mm, or yy.

This function is defined by:

This function returns the count (as a signed integer value) of the specified datepart boundaries crossed between the specified startdate and enddate.

That means how many day boundaries, month boundaries, or year boundaries, are crossed. Not how many days, months, or years it is between them. That's why datediff(yy, '2010-04-01', '2012-03-05') is 2, and not 1. There is less than 2 years between those dates, meaning only 1 whole year has passed, but 2 year boundaries have crossed, from 2010 to 2011, and from 2011 to 2012.

The following are my best attempt at replicating the logic correctly.

-- datediff(dd`, '2010-04-01', '2012-03-05') = 704 // 704 changes of day in this interval
select ('2012-03-05'::date - '2010-04-01'::date );
-- 704 changes of day

-- datediff(mm, '2010-04-01', '2012-03-05') = 23  // 23 changes of month
select (date_part('year', '2012-03-05'::date) - date_part('year', '2010-04-01'::date)) * 12 + date_part('month', '2012-03-05'::date) - date_part('month', '2010-04-01'::date)
-- 23 changes of month

-- datediff(yy, '2010-04-01', '2012-03-05') = 2   // 2 changes of year
select date_part('year', '2012-03-05'::date) - date_part('year', '2010-04-01'::date);
-- 2 changes of year

Add a dependency in Maven

I'll assume that you're asking how to push a dependency out to a "well-known repository," and not simply asking how to update your POM.

If yes, then this is what you want to read.

And for anyone looking to set up an internal repository server, look here (half of the problem with using Maven 2 is finding the docs)

Post order traversal of binary tree without recursion

Here I am pasting different versions in c# (.net) for reference: (for in-order iterative traversal you may refer to: Help me understand Inorder Traversal without using recursion)

  1. wiki (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Post-order%5Ftraversal#Implementations) (elegant)
  2. Another version of single stack (#1 and #2: basically uses the fact that in post order traversal the right child node is visited before visiting the actual node - so, we simply rely on the check that if stack top's right child is indeed the last post order traversal node thats been visited - i have added comments in below code snippets for details)
  3. Using Two stacks version (ref: http://www.geeksforgeeks.org/iterative-postorder-traversal/) (easier: basically post order traversal reverse is nothing but pre order traversal with a simple tweak that right node is visited first, and then left node)
  4. Using visitor flag (easy)
  5. Unit Tests

~

public string PostOrderIterative_WikiVersion()
        {
            List<int> nodes = new List<int>();
            if (null != this._root)
            {
                BinaryTreeNode lastPostOrderTraversalNode = null;
                BinaryTreeNode iterativeNode = this._root;
                Stack<BinaryTreeNode> stack = new Stack<BinaryTreeNode>();
                while ((stack.Count > 0)//stack is not empty
                    || (iterativeNode != null))
                {
                    if (iterativeNode != null)
                    {
                        stack.Push(iterativeNode);
                        iterativeNode = iterativeNode.Left;
                    }
                    else
                    {
                        var stackTop = stack.Peek();
                        if((stackTop.Right != null)
                            && (stackTop.Right != lastPostOrderTraversalNode))
                        {
                            //i.e. last traversal node is not right element, so right sub tree is not
                            //yet, traversed. so we need to start iterating over right tree 
                            //(note left tree is by default traversed by above case)
                            iterativeNode = stackTop.Right;
                        }
                        else
                        {
                            //if either the iterative node is child node (right and left are null)
                            //or, stackTop's right element is nothing but the last traversal node
                            //(i.e; the element can be popped as the right sub tree have been traversed)
                            var top = stack.Pop();
                            Debug.Assert(top == stackTop);
                            nodes.Add(top.Element);
                            lastPostOrderTraversalNode = top;
                        }
                    }
                }
            }
            return this.ListToString(nodes);
        }

Here is post order traversal with one stack (my version)

public string PostOrderIterative()
        {
            List<int> nodes = new List<int>();
            if (null != this._root)
            {
                BinaryTreeNode lastPostOrderTraversalNode = null;
                BinaryTreeNode iterativeNode = null;
                Stack<BinaryTreeNode> stack = new Stack<BinaryTreeNode>();
                stack.Push(this._root);
                while(stack.Count > 0)
                {
                    iterativeNode = stack.Pop();
                    if ((iterativeNode.Left == null)
                        && (iterativeNode.Right == null))
                    {
                        nodes.Add(iterativeNode.Element);
                        lastPostOrderTraversalNode = iterativeNode;
                        //make sure the stack is not empty as we need to peek at the top
                        //for ex, a tree with just root node doesn't have to enter loop
                        //and also node Peek() will throw invalidoperationexception
                        //if it is performed if the stack is empty
                        //so, it handles both of them.
                        while(stack.Count > 0) 
                        {
                            var stackTop = stack.Peek();
                            bool removeTop = false;
                            if ((stackTop.Right != null) &&
                                //i.e. last post order traversal node is nothing but right node of 
                                //stacktop. so, all the elements in the right subtree have been visted
                                //So, we can pop the top element
                                (stackTop.Right == lastPostOrderTraversalNode))
                            {
                                //in other words, we can pop the top if whole right subtree is
                                //traversed. i.e. last traversal node should be the right node
                                //as the right node will be traverse once all the subtrees of
                                //right node has been traversed
                                removeTop = true;
                            }
                            else if(
                                //right subtree is null
                                (stackTop.Right == null) 
                                && (stackTop.Left != null) 
                                //last traversal node is nothing but the root of left sub tree node
                                && (stackTop.Left == lastPostOrderTraversalNode))
                            {
                                //in other words, we can pop the top of stack if right subtree is null,
                                //and whole left subtree has been traversed
                                removeTop = true;
                            }
                            else
                            {
                                break;
                            }
                            if(removeTop)
                            {
                                var top = stack.Pop();
                                Debug.Assert(stackTop == top);
                                lastPostOrderTraversalNode = top;
                                nodes.Add(top.Element);
                            }
                        }
                    }
                    else 
                    {
                        stack.Push(iterativeNode);
                        if(iterativeNode.Right != null)
                        {
                            stack.Push(iterativeNode.Right);
                        }
                        if(iterativeNode.Left != null)
                        {
                            stack.Push(iterativeNode.Left);
                        }
                    }
                }
            }
            return this.ListToString(nodes);
        }

Using two stacks

public string PostOrderIterative_TwoStacksVersion()
        {
            List<int> nodes = new List<int>();
            if (null != this._root)
            {
                Stack<BinaryTreeNode> postOrderStack = new Stack<BinaryTreeNode>();
                Stack<BinaryTreeNode> rightLeftPreOrderStack = new Stack<BinaryTreeNode>();
                rightLeftPreOrderStack.Push(this._root);
                while(rightLeftPreOrderStack.Count > 0)
                {
                    var top = rightLeftPreOrderStack.Pop();
                    postOrderStack.Push(top);
                    if(top.Left != null)
                    {
                        rightLeftPreOrderStack.Push(top.Left);
                    }
                    if(top.Right != null)
                    {
                        rightLeftPreOrderStack.Push(top.Right);
                    }
                }
                while(postOrderStack.Count > 0)
                {
                    var top = postOrderStack.Pop();
                    nodes.Add(top.Element);
                }
            }
            return this.ListToString(nodes);
        }

With visited flag in C# (.net):

public string PostOrderIterative()
        {
            List<int> nodes = new List<int>();
            if (null != this._root)
            {
                BinaryTreeNode iterativeNode = null;
                Stack<BinaryTreeNode> stack = new Stack<BinaryTreeNode>();
                stack.Push(this._root);
                while(stack.Count > 0)
                {
                    iterativeNode = stack.Pop();
                    if(iterativeNode.visted)
                    {
                        //reset the flag, for further traversals
                        iterativeNode.visted = false;
                        nodes.Add(iterativeNode.Element);
                    }
                    else
                    {
                        iterativeNode.visted = true;
                        stack.Push(iterativeNode);
                        if(iterativeNode.Right != null)
                        {
                            stack.Push(iterativeNode.Right);
                        }
                        if(iterativeNode.Left != null)
                        {
                            stack.Push(iterativeNode.Left);
                        }
                    }
                }
            }
            return this.ListToString(nodes);
        }

The definitions:

class BinaryTreeNode
    {
        public int Element;
        public BinaryTreeNode Left;
        public BinaryTreeNode Right;
        public bool visted;
    }

string ListToString(List<int> list)
        {
            string s = string.Join(", ", list);
            return s;
        }

Unit Tests

[TestMethod]
        public void PostOrderTests()
        {
            int[] a = { 13, 2, 18, 1, 5, 17, 20, 3, 6, 16, 21, 4, 14, 15, 25, 22, 24 };
            BinarySearchTree bst = new BinarySearchTree();
            foreach (int e in a)
            {
                string s1 = bst.PostOrderRecursive();
                string s2 = bst.PostOrderIterativeWithVistedFlag();
                string s3 = bst.PostOrderIterative();
                string s4 = bst.PostOrderIterative_WikiVersion();
                string s5 = bst.PostOrderIterative_TwoStacksVersion();
                Assert.AreEqual(s1, s2);
                Assert.AreEqual(s2, s3);
                Assert.AreEqual(s3, s4);
                Assert.AreEqual(s4, s5);
                bst.Add(e);
                bst.Delete(e);
                bst.Add(e);
                s1 = bst.PostOrderRecursive();
                s2 = bst.PostOrderIterativeWithVistedFlag();
                s3 = bst.PostOrderIterative();
                s4 = bst.PostOrderIterative_WikiVersion();
                s5 = bst.PostOrderIterative_TwoStacksVersion();
                Assert.AreEqual(s1, s2);
                Assert.AreEqual(s2, s3);
                Assert.AreEqual(s3, s4);
                Assert.AreEqual(s4, s5);
            }
            Debug.WriteLine(string.Format("PostOrderIterative: {0}", bst.PostOrderIterative()));
            Debug.WriteLine(string.Format("PostOrderIterative_WikiVersion: {0}", bst.PostOrderIterative_WikiVersion()));
            Debug.WriteLine(string.Format("PostOrderIterative_TwoStacksVersion: {0}", bst.PostOrderIterative_TwoStacksVersion()));
            Debug.WriteLine(string.Format("PostOrderIterativeWithVistedFlag: {0}", bst.PostOrderIterativeWithVistedFlag()));
            Debug.WriteLine(string.Format("PostOrderRecursive: {0}", bst.PostOrderRecursive()));
        }

Open Excel file for reading with VBA without display

Even though you've got your answer, for those that find this question, it is also possible to open an Excel spreadsheet as a JET data store. Borrowing the connection string from a project I've used it on, it will look kinda like this:

strExcelConn = "Provider=Microsoft.Jet.OLEDB.4.0;Data Source=" & objFile.Path & ";Extended Properties=""Excel 8.0;HDR=Yes"""
strSQL = "SELECT * FROM [RegistrationList$] ORDER BY DateToRegister DESC"

Note that "RegistrationList" is the name of the tab in the workbook. There are a few tutorials floating around on the web with the particulars of what you can and can't do accessing a sheet this way.

Just thought I'd add. :)

How to subtract hours from a date in Oracle so it affects the day also

sysdate-(2/11)

A day consists of 24 hours. So, to subtract 2 hours from a day you need to divide it by 24:

DATE_value - 2/24

Using interval for the same:

DATE_value - interval '2' hour

show icon in actionbar/toolbar with AppCompat-v7 21

A better way for setting multiple options:

setIcon/setLogo method will only work if you have set DisplayOptions Try this -

actionBar.setDisplayOptions(ActionBar.DISPLAY_SHOW_HOME | ActionBar.DISPLAY_SHOW_TITLE);
actionBar.setIcon(R.drawable.ic_launcher);

You can also set options for displaying LOGO(just add constant ActionBar.DISPLAY_USE_LOGO). More information - displayOptions

Https to http redirect using htaccess

RewriteCond %{HTTP:X-Forwarded-Proto} =https

MySQL - How to select rows where value is in array?

By the time the query gets to SQL you have to have already expanded the list. The easy way of doing this, if you're using IDs from some internal, trusted data source, where you can be 100% certain they're integers (e.g., if you selected them from your database earlier) is this:

$sql = 'SELECT * WHERE id IN (' . implode(',', $ids) . ')';

If your data are coming from the user, though, you'll need to ensure you're getting only integer values, perhaps most easily like so:

$sql = 'SELECT * WHERE id IN (' . implode(',', array_map('intval', $ids)) . ')';

How to create Python egg file

For #4, the closest thing to starting java with a jar file for your app is a new feature in Python 2.6, executable zip files and directories.

python myapp.zip

Where myapp.zip is a zip containing a __main__.py file which is executed as the script file to be executed. Your package dependencies can also be included in the file:

__main__.py
mypackage/__init__.py
mypackage/someliblibfile.py

You can also execute an egg, but the incantation is not as nice:

# Bourn Shell and derivatives (Linux/OSX/Unix)
PYTHONPATH=myapp.egg python -m myapp
rem Windows 
set PYTHONPATH=myapp.egg
python -m myapp

This puts the myapp.egg on the Python path and uses the -m argument to run a module. Your myapp.egg will likely look something like:

myapp/__init__.py
myapp/somelibfile.py

And python will run __init__.py (you should check that __file__=='__main__' in your app for command line use).

Egg files are just zip files so you might be able to add __main__.py to your egg with a zip tool and make it executable in python 2.6 and run it like python myapp.egg instead of the above incantation where the PYTHONPATH environment variable is set.

More information on executable zip files including how to make them directly executable with a shebang can be found on Michael Foord's blog post on the subject.

How to insert an image in python

Install PIL(Python Image Library) :

then:

from PIL import Image
myImage = Image.open("your_image_here");
myImage.show();

Cannot install node modules that require compilation on Windows 7 x64/VS2012

I solved this problem on windows 8 and windows 10 pro with this tutorial. I try a lot of times to solve this problem with many different solutions, but only worked for me with this: http://www.serverpals.com/blog/building-using-node-gyp-with-visual-studio-express-2015-on-windows-10-pro-x64 I notice that i didn't use nodist to control the node version like this tutorial, I use NVM and worked fine, i don't test this tutorial with nodist. I used node 5.2.0.

How do I view executed queries within SQL Server Management Studio?

More clear query, targeting Studio sql queries is :

SELECT text  FROM sys.dm_exec_sessions es
  INNER JOIN sys.dm_exec_connections ec
      ON es.session_id = ec.session_id
  CROSS APPLY sys.dm_exec_sql_text(ec.most_recent_sql_handle) 
  where program_name like '%Query'

How to change the display name for LabelFor in razor in mvc3?

You can change the labels' text by adorning the property with the DisplayName attribute.

[DisplayName("Someking Status")]
public string SomekingStatus { get; set; }

Or, you could write the raw HTML explicitly:

<label for="SomekingStatus" class="control-label">Someking Status</label>

if else statement in AngularJS templates

I agree that a ternary is extremely clean. Seems that it is very situational though as somethings I need to display div or p or table , so with a table I don't prefer a ternary for obvious reasons. Making a call to a function is typically ideal or in my case I did this:

<div ng-controller="TopNavCtrl">
        <div ng-if="info.host ==='servername'">
            <table class="table">
                <tr ng-repeat="(group, status) in user.groups">
                    <th style="width: 250px">{{ group }}</th>
                    <td><input type="checkbox" ng-model="user.groups[group]" /></td>
                </tr>
            </table>
        </div>
       <div ng-if="info.host ==='otherservername'">
            <table class="table">
                <tr ng-repeat="(group, status) in user.groups">
                    <th style="width: 250px">{{ group }}</th>
                    <td><input type="checkbox" ng-model="user.groups[group]" /></td>
                </tr>
            </table>
        </div>
</div>

Defined Edges With CSS3 Filter Blur

You could put it in a <div> with overflow: hidden; and set the <img> to margin: -5px -10px -10px -5px;.

Demo: jsFiddle

Output

CSS

img {
    filter: blur(5px);
        -webkit-filter: blur(5px);
        -moz-filter: blur(5px);
        -o-filter: blur(5px);
        -ms-filter: blur(5px);
    margin: -5px -10px -10px -5px;
}

div {
    overflow: hidden;
}
?

HTML

<div><img src="http://placekitten.com/300" />?????????????????????????????????????????????</div>????????????

Getting HTML elements by their attribute names

You can use querySelectorAll:

    document.querySelectorAll('span[property=name]');

List passed by ref - help me explain this behaviour

There are two parts of memory allocated for an object of reference type. One in stack and one in heap. The part in stack (aka a pointer) contains reference to the part in heap - where the actual values are stored.

When ref keyword is not use, just a copy of part in stack is created and passed to the method - reference to same part in heap. Therefore if you change something in heap part, those change will stayed. If you change the copied pointer - by assign it to refer to other place in heap - it will not affect to origin pointer outside of the method.

Best way to get value from Collection by index

You can get the value from collection using for-each loop or using iterator interface. For a Collection c for (<ElementType> elem: c) System.out.println(elem); or Using Iterator Interface

 Iterator it = c.iterator(); 
        while (it.hasNext()) 
        System.out.println(it.next()); 

jQuery show/hide not working

Just add the document ready function, this way it waits until the DOM has been loaded, also by using the :visible pseudo you can write a simple show and hide function.

Sample

 $(document).ready(function(){

    $( '.expand' ).click(function() {
         if($( '.img_display_content' ).is(":visible")){
              $( '.img_display_content' ).hide();
         } else{
              $( '.img_display_content' ).show();
         }

    });
});

IE11 meta element Breaks SVG

I ran into this issue and resolved it by removing the width styling I had used on the SVG:

.svg-div img {
    width: 200px; /* removed this */
    height: auto;
}

Entity Framework: There is already an open DataReader associated with this Command

I solved this problem using the following section of code before the second query:

 ...first query
 while (_dbContext.Connection.State != System.Data.ConnectionState.Closed)
 {
     System.Threading.Thread.Sleep(500);
 }
 ...second query

you can change the time of sleep in miliseconds

P.D. Useful when using threads

How to kill a process running on particular port in Linux?

to build on what @veer7 said:

if you want to know what was on the port, do this before you kill it.

$ sudo netstat -plten |grep java
tcp6       0      0 127.0.0.1:8005          :::*                    LISTEN      1000       906726      25296/java      
tcp6       0      0 :::8009                 :::*                    LISTEN      1000       907503      25296/java      
tcp6       0      0 :::8080                 :::*                    LISTEN      1000       907499      25296/java      
$ ps 25296
  PID TTY      STAT   TIME COMMAND
25296 ?        Sl     0:16 /usr/lib/jvm/java-8-openjdk-amd64/bin/java -Dcatalina.base=/hom

Use 'ps' and the number of the process that netstat reported back

Python extract pattern matches

Maybe that's a bit shorter and easier to understand:

import re
text = '... someline abc... someother line... name my_user_name is valid.. some more lines'
>>> re.search('name (.*) is valid', text).group(1)
'my_user_name'

PHP foreach loop key value

You can also use array_keys() . Newbie friendly:

$keys = array_keys($arrayToWalk);
$arraySize = count($arrayToWalk); 

for($i=0; $i < $arraySize; $i++) {
    echo '<option value="' . $keys[$i] . '">' . $arrayToWalk[$keys[$i]] . '</option>';
}

ActiveRecord OR query

Rails 5 comes with an or method. (link to documentation)

This method accepts an ActiveRecord::Relation object. eg:

User.where(first_name: 'James').or(User.where(last_name: 'Scott'))

What does the "static" modifier after "import" mean?

The static modifier after import is for retrieving/using static fields of a class. One area in which I use import static is for retrieving constants from a class. We can also apply import static on static methods. Make sure to type import static because static import is wrong.

What is static import in Java - JavaRevisited - A very good resource to know more about import static.

GetElementByID - Multiple IDs

document.getElementById() only takes one argument. You can give them a class name and use getElementsByClassName() .

How to catch curl errors in PHP

Since you are interested in catching network related errors and HTTP errors, the following provides a better approach:

function curl_error_test($url) {
    $ch = curl_init();
    curl_setopt($ch, CURLOPT_URL, $url);
    curl_setopt($ch, CURLOPT_RETURNTRANSFER, true);

    $responseBody = curl_exec($ch);
    /*
     * if curl_exec failed then
     * $responseBody is false
     * curl_errno() returns non-zero number
     * curl_error() returns non-empty string
     * which one to use is up too you
     */
    if ($responseBody === false) {
        return "CURL Error: " . curl_error($ch);
    }

    $responseCode = curl_getinfo($ch, CURLINFO_HTTP_CODE);
    /*
     * 4xx status codes are client errors
     * 5xx status codes are server errors
     */
    if ($responseCode >= 400) {
        return "HTTP Error: " . $responseCode;
    }

    return "No CURL or HTTP Error";
}

Tests:

curl_error_test("http://expamle.com");          // CURL Error: Could not resolve host: expamle.com
curl_error_test("http://example.com/whatever"); // HTTP Error: 404
curl_error_test("http://example.com");          // No CURL or HTTP Error

HTML form action and onsubmit issues

Try

onsubmit="return checkRegistration()"

How to git reset --hard a subdirectory?

I'm going to offer a terrible option here, since I have no idea how to do anything with git except add commit and push, here's how I "reverted" a subdirectory:

I started a new repository on my local pc, reverted the whole thing to the commit I wanted to copy code from and then copied those files over to my working directory, add commit push et voila. Don't hate the player, hate Mr Torvalds for being smarter than us all.

How to cherry pick from 1 branch to another

When you cherry-pick, it creates a new commit with a new SHA. If you do:

git cherry-pick -x <sha>

then at least you'll get the commit message from the original commit appended to your new commit, along with the original SHA, which is very useful for tracking cherry-picks.

How to change port number for apache in WAMP

Change port number for Xampp Go to the file C:\xampp\apache\conf\httpd.conf

#Listen 12.34.56.78:80
Listen 80

Change 80 to 82

as

#Listen 12.34.56.78:82
Listen 82

now your url will be

http://localhost:82

Java: Identifier expected

Put your code in a method.

Try this:

public class MyClass {
    public static void main(String[] args) {
        UserInput input = new UserInput();
        input.name();
    }
}

Then "run" the class from your IDE

SPA best practices for authentication and session management

This question has been addressed, in a slightly different form, at length, here:

RESTful Authentication

But this addresses it from the server-side. Let's look at this from the client-side. Before we do that, though, there's an important prelude:

Javascript Crypto is Hopeless

Matasano's article on this is famous, but the lessons contained therein are pretty important:

https://www.nccgroup.trust/us/about-us/newsroom-and-events/blog/2011/august/javascript-cryptography-considered-harmful/

To summarize:

  • A man-in-the-middle attack can trivially replace your crypto code with <script> function hash_algorithm(password){ lol_nope_send_it_to_me_instead(password); }</script>
  • A man-in-the-middle attack is trivial against a page that serves any resource over a non-SSL connection.
  • Once you have SSL, you're using real crypto anyways.

And to add a corollary of my own:

  • A successful XSS attack can result in an attacker executing code on your client's browser, even if you're using SSL - so even if you've got every hatch battened down, your browser crypto can still fail if your attacker finds a way to execute any javascript code on someone else's browser.

This renders a lot of RESTful authentication schemes impossible or silly if you're intending to use a JavaScript client. Let's look!

HTTP Basic Auth

First and foremost, HTTP Basic Auth. The simplest of schemes: simply pass a name and password with every request.

This, of course, absolutely requires SSL, because you're passing a Base64 (reversibly) encoded name and password with every request. Anybody listening on the line could extract username and password trivially. Most of the "Basic Auth is insecure" arguments come from a place of "Basic Auth over HTTP" which is an awful idea.

The browser provides baked-in HTTP Basic Auth support, but it is ugly as sin and you probably shouldn't use it for your app. The alternative, though, is to stash username and password in JavaScript.

This is the most RESTful solution. The server requires no knowledge of state whatsoever and authenticates every individual interaction with the user. Some REST enthusiasts (mostly strawmen) insist that maintaining any sort of state is heresy and will froth at the mouth if you think of any other authentication method. There are theoretical benefits to this sort of standards-compliance - it's supported by Apache out of the box - you could store your objects as files in folders protected by .htaccess files if your heart desired!

The problem? You are caching on the client-side a username and password. This gives evil.ru a better crack at it - even the most basic of XSS vulnerabilities could result in the client beaming his username and password to an evil server. You could try to alleviate this risk by hashing and salting the password, but remember: JavaScript Crypto is Hopeless. You could alleviate this risk by leaving it up to the Browser's Basic Auth support, but.. ugly as sin, as mentioned earlier.

HTTP Digest Auth

Is Digest authentication possible with jQuery?

A more "secure" auth, this is a request/response hash challenge. Except JavaScript Crypto is Hopeless, so it only works over SSL and you still have to cache the username and password on the client side, making it more complicated than HTTP Basic Auth but no more secure.

Query Authentication with Additional Signature Parameters.

Another more "secure" auth, where you encrypt your parameters with nonce and timing data (to protect against repeat and timing attacks) and send the. One of the best examples of this is the OAuth 1.0 protocol, which is, as far as I know, a pretty stonking way to implement authentication on a REST server.

http://tools.ietf.org/html/rfc5849

Oh, but there aren't any OAuth 1.0 clients for JavaScript. Why?

JavaScript Crypto is Hopeless, remember. JavaScript can't participate in OAuth 1.0 without SSL, and you still have to store the client's username and password locally - which puts this in the same category as Digest Auth - it's more complicated than HTTP Basic Auth but it's no more secure.

Token

The user sends a username and password, and in exchange gets a token that can be used to authenticate requests.

This is marginally more secure than HTTP Basic Auth, because as soon as the username/password transaction is complete you can discard the sensitive data. It's also less RESTful, as tokens constitute "state" and make the server implementation more complicated.

SSL Still

The rub though, is that you still have to send that initial username and password to get a token. Sensitive information still touches your compromisable JavaScript.

To protect your user's credentials, you still need to keep attackers out of your JavaScript, and you still need to send a username and password over the wire. SSL Required.

Token Expiry

It's common to enforce token policies like "hey, when this token has been around too long, discard it and make the user authenticate again." or "I'm pretty sure that the only IP address allowed to use this token is XXX.XXX.XXX.XXX". Many of these policies are pretty good ideas.

Firesheeping

However, using a token Without SSL is still vulnerable to an attack called 'sidejacking': http://codebutler.github.io/firesheep/

The attacker doesn't get your user's credentials, but they can still pretend to be your user, which can be pretty bad.

tl;dr: Sending unencrypted tokens over the wire means that attackers can easily nab those tokens and pretend to be your user. FireSheep is a program that makes this very easy.

A Separate, More Secure Zone

The larger the application that you're running, the harder it is to absolutely ensure that they won't be able to inject some code that changes how you process sensitive data. Do you absolutely trust your CDN? Your advertisers? Your own code base?

Common for credit card details and less common for username and password - some implementers keep 'sensitive data entry' on a separate page from the rest of their application, a page that can be tightly controlled and locked down as best as possible, preferably one that is difficult to phish users with.

Cookie (just means Token)

It is possible (and common) to put the authentication token in a cookie. This doesn't change any of the properties of auth with the token, it's more of a convenience thing. All of the previous arguments still apply.

Session (still just means Token)

Session Auth is just Token authentication, but with a few differences that make it seem like a slightly different thing:

  • Users start with an unauthenticated token.
  • The backend maintains a 'state' object that is tied to a user's token.
  • The token is provided in a cookie.
  • The application environment abstracts the details away from you.

Aside from that, though, it's no different from Token Auth, really.

This wanders even further from a RESTful implementation - with state objects you're going further and further down the path of plain ol' RPC on a stateful server.

OAuth 2.0

OAuth 2.0 looks at the problem of "How does Software A give Software B access to User X's data without Software B having access to User X's login credentials."

The implementation is very much just a standard way for a user to get a token, and then for a third party service to go "yep, this user and this token match, and you can get some of their data from us now."

Fundamentally, though, OAuth 2.0 is just a token protocol. It exhibits the same properties as other token protocols - you still need SSL to protect those tokens - it just changes up how those tokens are generated.

There are two ways that OAuth 2.0 can help you:

  • Providing Authentication/Information to Others
  • Getting Authentication/Information from Others

But when it comes down to it, you're just... using tokens.

Back to your question

So, the question that you're asking is "should I store my token in a cookie and have my environment's automatic session management take care of the details, or should I store my token in Javascript and handle those details myself?"

And the answer is: do whatever makes you happy.

The thing about automatic session management, though, is that there's a lot of magic happening behind the scenes for you. Often it's nicer to be in control of those details yourself.

I am 21 so SSL is yes

The other answer is: Use https for everything or brigands will steal your users' passwords and tokens.

How do you develop Java Servlets using Eclipse?

I use Eclipse Java EE edition

Create a "Dynamic Web Project"

Install a local server in the server view, for the version of Tomcat I'm using. Then debug, and run on that server for testing.

When I deploy I export the project to a war file.

Setting a max height on a table

Seems very similar to this question. From there it seems that this should do the trick:

table {
  display: block; /* important */
  height: 600px;
  overflow-y: scroll;
}

How to get current domain name in ASP.NET

HttpContext.Current.Request.Url.Host is returning the correct values. If you run it on www.somedomainname.com it will give you www.somedomainname.com. If you want to get the 5858 as well you need to use

HttpContext.Current.Request.Url.Port 

How do you run CMD.exe under the Local System Account?

(Comment)

I can't comment yet, so posting here... I just tried the above OSK.EXE debug trick but regedit instantly closes when I save the filled "C:\windows\system32\cmd.exe" into the already created Debugger key so Microsoft is actively working to block native ways to do this. It is really weird because other things do not trigger this.

Using task scheduler does create a SYSTEM CMD but it is in the system environment and not displayed within a human user profile so this is also now defunct (though it is logical).

Currently on Microsoft Windows [Version 10.0.20201.1000]

So, at this point it has to be third party software that mediates this and further tricks are being more actively sealed by Microsoft these days.

Vertically center text in a 100% height div?

just wrap your content with a table like this:

  <table width="100%" height="100%">
         <tr align="center">
               <th align="center">
                 text
               </th>
          </tr>
  </table><

Best lightweight web server (only static content) for Windows

Have a look at Cassini. This is basically what Visual Studio uses for its built-in debug web server. I've used it with Umbraco and it seems quite good.

How to get height of <div> in px dimension

Use height():

var result = $("#myDiv").height();
alert(result);

This will give you the unit-less computed height in pixels. "px" will be stripped from the result. I.e. if the height is 400px, the result will be 400, but the result will be in pixels.

If you want to do it without jQuery, you can use plain JavaScript:

var result = document.getElementById("myDiv").offsetHeight;

Getting the value of an attribute in XML

This is more of an xpath question, but like this, assuming the context is the parent element:

<xsl:value-of select="name/@attribute1" />

Do I cast the result of malloc?

In C you can implicitly convert a void pointer to any other kind of pointer, so a cast is not necessary. Using one may suggest to the casual observer that there is some reason why one is needed, which may be misleading.

TimeStamp on file name using PowerShell

Use:

$filenameFormat = "mybackup.zip" + " " + (Get-Date -Format "yyyy-MM-dd")
Rename-Item -Path "C:\temp\mybackup.zip" -NewName $filenameFormat

How to cast ArrayList<> from List<>

import java.util.List;
import java.util.Arrays;
import java.util.*;

public class Merge
{  
  public static void main(String[] args) {
  // This is normal way
  // List<Integer> l1 = new ArrayList<Integer>(); l1.add(2); l1.add(5); l1.add(10); l1.add(22); 
  // List<Integer> l2 = new ArrayList<Integer>(); l2.add(3); l2.add(8); l2.add(15); 

 //Array.asList only have the list interface, but ArrayList is inherited from List Interface with few more property like ArrayList.remove()
 List<Integer> templ1 = Arrays.asList(2,5,10,22); 
 List<Integer> templ2 =  Arrays.asList(3,8,12);
//So creation of ArrayList with the given list is required, then only ArrayList.remove function works. 
 List<Integer> l1 = new ArrayList<Integer>(templ1);
 List<Integer> l2 = new ArrayList<Integer>(templ2);
 List<Integer> l3 = new ArrayList<Integer>();

 Iterator itr1 = l1.iterator();
 while(itr1.hasNext()){
    int x = (Integer) itr1.next();
    Iterator itr2 = l2.iterator();
    while(itr2.hasNext()) {
      int y = (Integer) itr2.next(); 
      if(x < y) {
        l3.add(x);
        break;
      }
      else{
        l3.add(y);
        itr2.remove();
         
      }
    }
 }
 
 Iterator it = l1.iterator(); 
 while (it.hasNext()){
  int k = (Integer) it.next();
  if (l3.contains(k)){
     continue;
  }
  else{
     l3.add(k);
     System.out.println(k);
  }
 }
 
 Iterator itr2 = l2.iterator();
 while (itr2.hasNext()){
  int k = (Integer) itr2.next();
  l3.add(k);
 }
 
 System.out.println(l3);
 }
}

Getting current unixtimestamp using Moment.js

Try any of these

valof = moment().valueOf();            // xxxxxxxxxxxxx
getTime = moment().toDate().getTime(); // xxxxxxxxxxxxx
unixTime =  moment().unix();           // xxxxxxxxxx
formatTimex =  moment().format('x');   // xxxxxxxxxx
unixFormatX = moment().format('X');    // xxxxxxxxxx

javascript: calculate x% of a number

I use two very useful JS functions: http://blog.bassta.bg/2013/05/rangetopercent-and-percenttorange/

function rangeToPercent(number, min, max){
   return ((number - min) / (max - min));
}

and

function percentToRange(percent, min, max) {
   return((max - min) * percent + min);
}

how to set textbox value in jquery

Note that the .value attribute is a JavaScript feature. If you want to use jQuery, use:

$('#pid').val()

to get the value, and:

$('#pid').val('value')

to set it.

http://api.jquery.com/val/

Regarding your second issue, I have never tried automatically setting the HTML value using the load method. For sure, you can do something like this:

$('#subtotal').load( 'compz.php?prodid=' + x + '&qbuys=' + y, function(response){ $('#subtotal').val(response);
});

Note that the code above is untested.

http://api.jquery.com/load/

Disable vertical scroll bar on div overflow: auto

These two CSS properties can be used to hide the scrollbars:

overflow-y: hidden; // hide vertical
overflow-x: hidden; // hide horizontal

How to increase the Java stack size?

I assume you calculated the "depth of 1024" by the recurring lines in the stack trace?

Obviously, the stack trace array length in Throwable seems to be limited to 1024. Try the following program:

public class Test {

    public static void main(String[] args) {

        try {
            System.out.println(fact(1 << 15));
        }
        catch (StackOverflowError e) {
            System.err.println("true recursion level was " + level);
            System.err.println("reported recursion level was " +
                               e.getStackTrace().length);
        }
    }

    private static int level = 0;
    public static long fact(int n) {
        level++;
        return n < 2 ? n : n * fact(n - 1);
    }
}

Maven: how to override the dependency added by a library

What you put inside the </dependencies> tag of the root pom will be included by all child modules of the root pom. If all your modules use that dependency, this is the way to go.

However, if only 3 out of 10 of your child modules use some dependency, you do not want this dependency to be included in all your child modules. In that case, you can just put the dependency inside the </dependencyManagement>. This will make sure that any child module that needs the dependency must declare it in their own pom file, but they will use the same version of that dependency as specified in your </dependencyManagement> tag.

You can also use the </dependencyManagement> to modify the version used in transitive dependencies, because the version declared in the upper most pom file is the one that will be used. This can be useful if your project A includes an external project B v1.0 that includes another external project C v1.0. Sometimes it happens that a security breach is found in project C v1.0 which is corrected in v1.1, but the developers of B are slow to update their project to use v1.1 of C. In that case, you can simply declare a dependency on C v1.1 in your project's root pom inside `, and everything will be good (assuming that B v1.0 will still be able to compile with C v1.1).

How can I uninstall npm modules in Node.js?

To remove packages in folder node_modules in bulk, you could also remove them from file package.json, save it, and then run npm prune in the terminal.

This will remove those packages, which exist in the file system, but are not used/declared in file package.json.

P.S.: This is particularly useful on Windows, as you may often encounter problems with being unable to delete some files due to the "exceeded path length limit".

How can I get a specific parameter from location.search?

A Simple One-Line Solution:

let query = Object.assign.apply(null, location.search.slice(1).split('&').map(entry => ({ [entry.split('=')[0]]: entry.split('=')[1] })));

Expanded & Explained:

// define variable
let query;

// fetch source query
query = location.search;

// skip past the '?' delimiter
query = query.slice(1);

// split source query by entry delimiter
query = query.split('&');

// replace each query entry with an object containing the query entry
query = query.map((entry) => {

   // get query entry key
   let key = entry.split('=')[0];

   // get query entry value
   let value = entry.split('=')[1];

   // define query object
   let container = {};

   // add query entry to object
   container[key] = value;

   // return query object
   return container;
});

// merge all query objects
query = Object.assign.apply(null, query);

Export to CSV using jQuery and html

 <a id="export" role='button'>
        Click Here To Download Below Report
    </a>
    <table id="testbed_results" style="table-layout:fixed">
        <thead>
            <tr width="100%" style="color:white" bgcolor="#3195A9" id="tblHeader">
                <th>Name</th>
                <th>Date</th>
                <th>Speed</th>
                <th>Column2</th>
                <th>Interface</th>
                <th>Interface2</th>
                <th>Sub</th>
                <th>COmpany result</th>
                <th>company2</th>
                <th>Gen</th>
            </tr>
        </thead>
        <tbody>
            <tr id="samplerow">
                <td>hello</td>
                <td>100</td>
                <td>200</td>
                <td>300</td>
                <td>html2svc</td>
                <td>ajax</td>
                <td>200</td>
                <td>7</td>
                <td>8</td>
                <td>9</td>
            </tr>
            <tr>
                <td>hello</td>
                <td>100</td>
                <td>200</td>
                <td>300</td>
                <td>html2svc</td>
                <td>ajax</td>
                <td>200</td>
                <td>7</td>
                <td>8</td>
                <td>9</td>
            </tr>
        </tbody>
    </table>

    $(document).ready(function () {
        Html2CSV('testbed_results', 'myfilename','export');
    });



    function Html2CSV(tableId, filename,alinkButtonId) {
        var array = [];
        var headers = [];
        var arrayItem = [];
        var csvData = new Array();
        $('#' + tableId + ' th').each(function (index, item) {
            headers[index] = '"' + $(item).html() + '"';
        });
        csvData.push(headers);
        $('#' + tableId + ' tr').has('td').each(function () {

            $('td', $(this)).each(function (index, item) {
                arrayItem[index] = '"' + $(item).html() + '"';
            });
            array.push(arrayItem);
            csvData.push(arrayItem);
        });




        var fileName = filename + '.csv';
        var buffer = csvData.join("\n");
        var blob = new Blob([buffer], {
            "type": "text/csv;charset=utf8;"
        });
        var link = document.getElementById(alinkButton);

        if (link.download !== undefined) { // feature detection
            // Browsers that support HTML5 download attribute
            link.setAttribute("href", window.URL.createObjectURL(blob));
            link.setAttribute("download", fileName);
        }
        else if (navigator.msSaveBlob) { // IE 10+
            link.setAttribute("href", "#");
            link.addEventListener("click", function (event) {
                navigator.msSaveBlob(blob, fileName);
            }, false);
        }
        else {
            // it needs to implement server side export
            link.setAttribute("href", "http://www.example.com/export");
        }
    }

</script>

Implementing SearchView in action bar

SearchDialog or SearchWidget ?

When it comes to implement a search functionality there are two suggested approach by official Android Developer Documentation.
You can either use a SearchDialog or a SearchWidget.
I am going to explain the implementation of Search functionality using SearchWidget.

How to do it with Search widget ?

I will explain search functionality in a RecyclerView using SearchWidget. It's pretty straightforward.

Just follow these 5 Simple steps

1) Add searchView item in the menu

You can add SearchView can be added as actionView in menu using

app:useActionClass = "android.support.v7.widget.SearchView" .

<menu xmlns:android="http://schemas.android.com/apk/res/android"
   xmlns:app="http://schemas.android.com/apk/res-auto"
   xmlns:tools="http://schemas.android.com/tools"
   tools:context="rohksin.com.searchviewdemo.MainActivity">
   <item
       android:id="@+id/searchBar"
       app:showAsAction="always"
       app:actionViewClass="android.support.v7.widget.SearchView"
   />
</menu>

2) Set up SerchView Hint text, listener etc

You should initialize SearchView in the onCreateOptionsMenu(Menu menu) method.

  @Override
  public boolean onCreateOptionsMenu(Menu menu) {
     // Inflate the menu; this adds items to the action bar if it is present.
        getMenuInflater().inflate(R.menu.menu_main, menu);

        MenuItem searchItem = menu.findItem(R.id.searchBar);

        SearchView searchView = (SearchView) searchItem.getActionView();
        searchView.setQueryHint("Search People");
        searchView.setOnQueryTextListener(this);
        searchView.setIconified(false);

        return true;
   }

3) Implement SearchView.OnQueryTextListener in your Activity

OnQueryTextListener has two abstract methods

  1. onQueryTextSubmit(String query)
  2. onQueryTextChange(String newText

So your Activity skeleton would look like this

YourActivity extends AppCompatActivity implements SearchView.OnQueryTextListener{

     public boolean onQueryTextSubmit(String query)

     public boolean onQueryTextChange(String newText) 

}

4) Implement SearchView.OnQueryTextListener

You can provide the implementation for the abstract methods like this

public boolean onQueryTextSubmit(String query) {

    // This method can be used when a query is submitted eg. creating search history using SQLite DB

    Toast.makeText(this, "Query Inserted", Toast.LENGTH_SHORT).show();
    return true;
}

@Override
public boolean onQueryTextChange(String newText) {

    adapter.filter(newText);
    return true;
}

5) Write a filter method in your RecyclerView Adapter.

Most important part. You can write your own logic to perform search.
Here is mine. This snippet shows the list of Name which contains the text typed in the SearchView

public void filter(String queryText)
{
    list.clear();

    if(queryText.isEmpty())
    {
       list.addAll(copyList);
    }
    else
    {

       for(String name: copyList)
       {
           if(name.toLowerCase().contains(queryText.toLowerCase()))
           {
              list.add(name);
           }
       }

    }

   notifyDataSetChanged();
}

Relevant link:

Full working code on SearchView with an SQLite database in this Music App

How do I format a date with Dart?

There is a package date_format

dependencies:
    date_format:

code

import 'package:date_format/date_format.dart';

final formattedStr = formatDate(
    yourDateTime, [dd, '.', mm, '.', yy, ' ', HH, ':', nn]);

// output example "29.03.19 07:00"

Pay attention: minutes are nn

link to the package

Where to find the win32api module for Python?

I've found that UC Irvine has a great collection of python modules, pywin32 (win32api) being one of many listed there. I'm not sure how they do with keeping up with the latest versions of these modules but it hasn't let me down yet.

UC Irvine Python Extension Repository - http://www.lfd.uci.edu/~gohlke/pythonlibs

pywin32 module - http://www.lfd.uci.edu/~gohlke/pythonlibs/#pywin32

How to open the default webbrowser using java

I recast Brajesh Kumar's answer above into Clojure as follows:

(defn open-browser 
  "Open a new browser (window or tab) viewing the document at this `uri`."
  [uri]
  (if (java.awt.Desktop/isDesktopSupported)
    (let [desktop (java.awt.Desktop/getDesktop)]
      (.browse desktop (java.net.URI. uri)))
    (let [rt (java.lang.Runtime/getRuntime)]
      (.exec rt (str "xdg-open " uri)))))

in case it's useful to anyone.

I want to show all tables that have specified column name

select table_name
from information_schema.columns
where COLUMN_NAME = 'MyColumn'

How to run mysql command on bash?

I have written a shell script which will read data from properties file and then run mysql script on shell script. sharing this may help to others.

#!/bin/bash
    PROPERTY_FILE=filename.properties

    function getProperty {
       PROP_KEY=$1
       PROP_VALUE=`cat $PROPERTY_FILE | grep "$PROP_KEY" | cut -d'=' -f2`
       echo $PROP_VALUE
    }

    echo "# Reading property from $PROPERTY_FILE"
    DB_USER=$(getProperty "db.username")
    DB_PASS=$(getProperty "db.password")
    ROOT_LOC=$(getProperty "root.location")
    echo $DB_USER
    echo $DB_PASS
    echo $ROOT_LOC
    echo "Writing on DB ... "
    mysql -u$DB_USER -p$DB_PASS dbname<<EOFMYSQL

    update tablename set tablename.value_ = "$ROOT_LOC" where tablename.name_="Root directory location";
    EOFMYSQL
    echo "Writing root location($ROOT_LOC) is done ... "
    counter=`mysql -u${DB_USER} -p${DB_PASS} dbname -e "select count(*) from tablename where tablename.name_='Root directory location' and tablename.value_ = '$ROOT_LOC';" | grep -v "count"`;

    if [ "$counter" = "1" ]
    then
    echo "ROOT location updated"
    fi

How to store a dataframe using Pandas

Arctic is a high performance datastore for Pandas, numpy and other numeric data. It sits on top of MongoDB. Perhaps overkill for the OP, but worth mentioning for other folks stumbling across this post

Using Python, find anagrams for a list of words

Solution in python can be as below:

class Word:
    def __init__(self, data, index):
        self.data = data
        self.index = index

def printAnagrams(arr):
    dupArray = []
    size = len(arr)

    for i in range(size):
        dupArray.append(Word(arr[i], i))

    for i in range(size):
        dupArray[i].data = ''.join(sorted(dupArray[i].data))

    dupArray = sorted(dupArray, key=lambda x: x.data)

    for i in range(size):
        print arr[dupArray[i].index]

def main():
    arr = ["dog", "act", "cat", "god", "tac"]

    printAnagrams(arr)

if __name__== '__main__':
    main()
  1. First create a duplicate list of same words with indexes representing their position indexes.
  2. Then sort the individual strings of the duplicate list
  3. Then sort the duplicate list itself based on strings.
  4. Finally print the original list with indexes used from duplicate array.

The time complexity of above is O(NMLogN + NMLogM) = O(NMlogN)

NSDate get year/month/day

To get human readable string (day, month, year), you may do:

NSDateFormatter *dateFormatter = [[NSDateFormatter alloc] init];
[dateFormatter setDateStyle:NSDateFormatterMediumStyle];
NSString *string = [dateFormatter stringFromDate:dateEndDate];

Sorting an IList in C#

This question inspired me to write a blog post: http://blog.velir.com/index.php/2011/02/17/ilistt-sorting-a-better-way/

I think that, ideally, the .NET Framework would include a static sorting method that accepts an IList<T>, but the next best thing is to create your own extension method. It's not too hard to create a couple of methods that will allow you to sort an IList<T> as you would a List<T>. As a bonus you can overload the LINQ OrderBy extension method using the same technique, so that whether you're using List.Sort, IList.Sort, or IEnumerable.OrderBy, you can use the exact same syntax.

public static class SortExtensions
{
    //  Sorts an IList<T> in place.
    public static void Sort<T>(this IList<T> list, Comparison<T> comparison)
    {
        ArrayList.Adapter((IList)list).Sort(new ComparisonComparer<T>(comparison));
    }

    // Sorts in IList<T> in place, when T is IComparable<T>
    public static void Sort<T>(this IList<T> list) where T: IComparable<T>
    {
        Comparison<T> comparison = (l, r) => l.CompareTo(r);
        Sort(list, comparison);

    }

    // Convenience method on IEnumerable<T> to allow passing of a
    // Comparison<T> delegate to the OrderBy method.
    public static IEnumerable<T> OrderBy<T>(this IEnumerable<T> list, Comparison<T> comparison)
    {
        return list.OrderBy(t => t, new ComparisonComparer<T>(comparison));
    }
}

// Wraps a generic Comparison<T> delegate in an IComparer to make it easy
// to use a lambda expression for methods that take an IComparer or IComparer<T>
public class ComparisonComparer<T> : IComparer<T>, IComparer
{
    private readonly Comparison<T> _comparison;

    public ComparisonComparer(Comparison<T> comparison)
    {
        _comparison = comparison;
    }

    public int Compare(T x, T y)
    {
        return _comparison(x, y);
    }

    public int Compare(object o1, object o2)
    {
        return _comparison((T)o1, (T)o2);
    }
}

With these extensions, sort your IList just like you would a List:

IList<string> iList = new []
{
    "Carlton", "Alison", "Bob", "Eric", "David"
};

// Use the custom extensions:

// Sort in-place, by string length
iList.Sort((s1, s2) => s1.Length.CompareTo(s2.Length));

// Or use OrderBy()
IEnumerable<string> ordered = iList.OrderBy((s1, s2) => s1.Length.CompareTo(s2.Length));

There's more info in the post: http://blog.velir.com/index.php/2011/02/17/ilistt-sorting-a-better-way/

python how to "negate" value : if true return false, if false return true

In python, not is a boolean operator which gets the opposite of a value:

>>> myval = 0
>>> nyvalue = not myval
>>> nyvalue
True
>>> myval = 1
>>> nyvalue = not myval
>>> nyvalue
False

And True == 1 and False == 0 (if you need to convert it to an integer, you can use int())

How to config routeProvider and locationProvider in angularJS?

Following is how one can configure $locationProvider using requireBase=false flag to avoid setting base href <head><base href="/"></head>:

var app = angular.module("hwapp", ['ngRoute']);

app.config(function($locationProvider){
    $locationProvider.html5Mode({
        enabled: true,
        requireBase: false
    }) 
});

What is the Record type in typescript?

  1. Can someone give a simple definition of what Record is?

A Record<K, T> is an object type whose property keys are K and whose property values are T. That is, keyof Record<K, T> is equivalent to K, and Record<K, T>[K] is (basically) equivalent to T.

  1. Is Record<K,T> merely a way of saying "all properties on this object will have type T"? Probably not all objects, since K has some purpose...

As you note, K has a purpose... to limit the property keys to particular values. If you want to accept all possible string-valued keys, you could do something like Record<string, T>, but the idiomatic way of doing that is to use an index signature like { [k: string]: T }.

  1. Does the K generic forbid additional keys on the object that are not K, or does it allow them and just indicate that their properties are not transformed to T?

It doesn't exactly "forbid" additional keys: after all, a value is generally allowed to have properties not explicitly mentioned in its type... but it wouldn't recognize that such properties exist:

declare const x: Record<"a", string>;
x.b; // error, Property 'b' does not exist on type 'Record<"a", string>'

and it would treat them as excess properties which are sometimes rejected:

declare function acceptR(x: Record<"a", string>): void;
acceptR({a: "hey", b: "you"}); // error, Object literal may only specify known properties

and sometimes accepted:

const y = {a: "hey", b: "you"};
acceptR(y); // okay
  1. With the given example:

    type ThreeStringProps = Record<'prop1' | 'prop2' | 'prop3', string>
    

    Is it exactly the same as this?:

    type ThreeStringProps = {prop1: string, prop2: string, prop3: string}
    

Yes!

Hope that helps. Good luck!

How to link html pages in same or different folders?

use the relative path

main page might be: /index.html

secondary page: /otherFolder/otherpage.html

link would be like so:

<a href="/otherFolder/otherpage.html">otherpage</a>

"webxml attribute is required" error in Maven

Was your folder structure altered so the file is no-longer at /src/main/webapp/WEB-INF/web.xml ?

To resolve this issue, I gave my web folder the name webapp and placed it inside the src/main. Maven seems to look for web.xml by default at /src/main/webapp/WEB-INF/web.xml. If you do this then you don't need to explicitly tell maven where web.xml is. And if you've altered your folder structure and your build recently stopped working, this could be why.

Note: This is an old post but the posted solutions don't point out why a working build would suddenly stop working.

Using Default Arguments in a Function

function image(array $img)
{
    $defaults = array(
        'src'    => 'cow.png',
        'alt'    => 'milk factory',
        'height' => 100,
        'width'  => 50
    );

    $img = array_merge($defaults, $img);
    /* ... */
}

Excel: replace part of cell's string value

I know this is old but I had a similar need for this and I did not want to do the find and replace version. It turns out that you can nest the substitute method like so:

=SUBSTITUTE(SUBSTITUTE(F149, "a", " AM"), "p", " PM")

In my case, I am using excel to view a DBF file and however it was populated has times like this:

9:16a
2:22p

So I just made a new column and put that formula in it to convert it to the excel time format.

How to declare an ArrayList with values?

Try this!

List<String> x = new ArrayList<String>(Arrays.asList("xyz", "abc"));

It's a good practice to declare the ArrayList with interface List if you don't have to invoke the specific methods.

Angular2 RC6: '<component> is not a known element'

When I had this problem, it was because I used 'templateUrl' instead of just 'template' in the decorator, since I use webpack and need to use require in it. Just be careful with the decorator name, in my case I generated the boilerplate code using a snippet, the decorator was created as:

@Component({
  selector: '',
  templateUrl: 'PATH_TO_TEMPLATE'
})

but for webpack the decorator should be just 'template' NOT 'templateUrl', like so:

@Component({
  selector: '',
  template: require('PATH_TO_TEMPLATE')
})

changing this solved the problem for me.

wanna know more about the two methods? read this medium post about template vs templateUrl

Print debugging info from stored procedure in MySQL

One workaround is just to use select without any other clauses.

http://lists.mysql.com/mysql/197901

How do I view the SQL generated by the Entity Framework?

If you are using a DbContext, you can do the following to get the SQL:

var result = from i in myContext.appEntities
             select new Model
             {
                 field = i.stuff,
             };
var sql = result.ToString();

Python: avoid new line with print command

In Python 3.x, you can use the end argument to the print() function to prevent a newline character from being printed:

print("Nope, that is not a two. That is a", end="")

In Python 2.x, you can use a trailing comma:

print "this should be",
print "on the same line"

You don't need this to simply print a variable, though:

print "Nope, that is not a two. That is a", x

Note that the trailing comma still results in a space being printed at the end of the line, i.e. it's equivalent to using end=" " in Python 3. To suppress the space character as well, you can either use

from __future__ import print_function

to get access to the Python 3 print function or use sys.stdout.write().