Programs & Examples On #Whack

How to get value of Radio Buttons?

You need to check one if you have two

if(rbMale.Checked)
{

}
else
{

}

You need to check all the checkboxes if more then two

if(rb1.Checked)
{

}
else if(rb2.Checked)
{

}
else if(rb3.Checked)
{

}

Allowing the "Enter" key to press the submit button, as opposed to only using MouseClick

There is a simple trick for this. After you constructed the frame with all it buttons do this:

frame.getRootPane().setDefaultButton(submitButton);

For each frame, you can set a default button that will automatically listen to the Enter key (and maybe some other event's I'm not aware of). When you hit enter in that frame, the ActionListeners their actionPerformed() method will be invoked.


And the problem with your code as far as I see is that your dialog pops up every time you hit a key, because you didn't put it in the if-body. Try changing it to this:

@Override
public void keyPressed(KeyEvent e) {
    if (e.getKeyCode()==KeyEvent.VK_ENTER){
        System.out.println("Hello");

        JOptionPane.showMessageDialog(null , "You've Submitted the name " + nameInput.getText());
    }

}

UPDATE: I found what is wrong with your code. You are adding the key listener to the Submit button instead of to the TextField. Change your code to this:

SubmitButton listener = new SubmitButton(textBoxToEnterName);
textBoxToEnterName.addActionListener(listener);
submit.addKeyListener(listener);

How to make PDF file downloadable in HTML link?

I found a way to do it with plain old HTML and JavaScript/jQuery that degrades gracefully. Tested in IE7-10, Safari, Chrome, and FF:

HTML for download link:

<p>Thanks for downloading! If your download doesn't start shortly, 
<a id="downloadLink" href="...yourpdf.pdf" target="_blank" 
type="application/octet-stream" download="yourpdf.pdf">click here</a>.</p>

jQuery (pure JavaScript code would be more verbose) that simulates clicking on link after a small delay:

var delay = 3000;
window.setTimeout(function(){$('#downloadLink')[0].click();},delay);

To make this more robust you could add HTML5 feature detection and if it's not there then use window.open() to open a new window with the file.

How can I convert a string to a float in mysql?

mysql> SELECT CAST(4 AS DECIMAL(4,3));
+-------------------------+
| CAST(4 AS DECIMAL(4,3)) |
+-------------------------+
|                   4.000 |
+-------------------------+
1 row in set (0.00 sec)

mysql> SELECT CAST('4.5s' AS DECIMAL(4,3));
+------------------------------+
| CAST('4.5s' AS DECIMAL(4,3)) |
+------------------------------+
|                        4.500 |
+------------------------------+
1 row in set (0.00 sec)

mysql> SELECT CAST('a4.5s' AS DECIMAL(4,3));
+-------------------------------+
| CAST('a4.5s' AS DECIMAL(4,3)) |
+-------------------------------+
|                         0.000 |
+-------------------------------+
1 row in set, 1 warning (0.00 sec)

jQuery scrollTop not working in Chrome but working in Firefox

I don't think the scrollTop is a valid property. If you want to animate scrolling, try the scrollTo plugin for jquery

http://plugins.jquery.com/project/ScrollTo

"Error 1067: The process terminated unexpectedly" when trying to start MySQL

please check the space available on drive where the db is stored. in my case it was stopped the service due to less space on drive.

Call An Asynchronous Javascript Function Synchronously

One thing people might not consider: If you control the async function (which other pieces of code depend on), AND the codepath it would take is not necessarily asynchronous, you can make it synchronous (without breaking those other pieces of code) by creating an optional parameter.

Currently:

async function myFunc(args_etcetc) {
    // you wrote this
    return 'stuff';
}

(async function main() {
    var result = await myFunc('argsetcetc');
    console.log('async result:' result);
})()

Consider:

function myFunc(args_etcetc, opts={}) {
    /*
        param opts :: {sync:Boolean} -- whether to return a Promise or not
    */
    var {sync=false} = opts;
    if (sync===true)
        return 'stuff';
    else
        return new Promise((RETURN,REJECT)=> {
            RETURN('stuff');
        });
}


// async code still works just like before:
(async function main() {
    var result = await myFunc('argsetcetc');
    console.log('async result:', result);
})();
// prints: 'stuff'

// new sync code works, if you specify sync mode:
(function main() {
    var result = myFunc('argsetcetc', {sync:true});
    console.log('sync result:', result);
})();
// prints: 'stuff'

Of course this doesn't work if the async function relies on inherently async operations (network requests, etc.), in which case the endeavor is futile (without effectively waiting idle-spinning for no reason).

Also this is fairly ugly to return either a value or a Promise depending on the options passed in.

("Why would I have written an async function if it didn't use async constructs?" one might ask? Perhaps some modalities/parameters of the function require asynchronicity and others don't, and due to code duplication you wanted a monolithic block rather than separate modular chunks of code in different functions... For example perhaps the argument is either localDatabase (which doesn't require await) or remoteDatabase (which does). Then you could runtime error if you try to do {sync:true} on the remote database. Perhaps this scenario is indicative of another problem, but there you go.)

How to change the status bar color in Android?

For Java Developers:

As @Niels said you have to place in values-v21/styles.xml:

<item name="android:statusBarColor">@color/black</item>

But add tools:targetApi="lollipop" if you want single styles.xml, like:

<item name="android:statusBarColor" tools:targetApi="lollipop">@color/black</item>

For Kotlin Developers:

window.statusBarColor = ContextCompat.getColor(this, R.color.color_name)

How do I break a string in YAML over multiple lines?

You might not believe it, but YAML can do multi-line keys too:

?
 >
 multi
 line
 key
:
  value

How would I access variables from one class to another?

var1 and var2 are instance variables. That means that you have to send the instance of ClassA to ClassB in order for ClassB to access it, i.e:

class ClassA(object):
    def __init__(self):
        self.var1 = 1
        self.var2 = 2

    def methodA(self):
        self.var1 = self.var1 + self.var2
        return self.var1



class ClassB(ClassA):
    def __init__(self, class_a):
        self.var1 = class_a.var1
        self.var2 = class_a.var2

object1 = ClassA()
sum = object1.methodA()
object2 = ClassB(object1)
print sum

On the other hand - if you were to use class variables, you could access var1 and var2 without sending object1 as a parameter to ClassB.

class ClassA(object):
    var1 = 0
    var2 = 0
    def __init__(self):
        ClassA.var1 = 1
        ClassA.var2 = 2

    def methodA(self):
        ClassA.var1 = ClassA.var1 + ClassA.var2
        return ClassA.var1



class ClassB(ClassA):
    def __init__(self):
        print ClassA.var1
        print ClassA.var2

object1 = ClassA()
sum = object1.methodA()
object2 = ClassB()
print sum

Note, however, that class variables are shared among all instances of its class.

JUnit 4 compare Sets

A particularly interesting case is when you compare

   java.util.Arrays$ArrayList<[[name,value,type], [name1,value1,type1]]> 

and

   java.util.Collections$UnmodifiableCollection<[[name,value,type], [name1,value1,type1]]>

So far, the only solution I see is to change both of them into sets

assertEquals(new HashSet<CustomAttribute>(customAttributes), new HashSet<CustomAttribute>(result.getCustomAttributes()));

Or I could compare them element by element.

Load CSV data into MySQL in Python

I think you have to do mydb.commit() all the insert into.

Something like this

import csv
import MySQLdb

mydb = MySQLdb.connect(host='localhost',
    user='root',
    passwd='',
    db='mydb')
cursor = mydb.cursor()

csv_data = csv.reader(file('students.csv'))
for row in csv_data:

    cursor.execute('INSERT INTO testcsv(names, \
          classes, mark )' \
          'VALUES("%s", "%s", "%s")', 
          row)
#close the connection to the database.
mydb.commit()
cursor.close()
print "Done"

How to get the html of a div on another page with jQuery ajax?

Ok, You should "construct" the html and find the .content div.

like this:

$.ajax({
   url:href,
   type:'GET',
   success: function(data){
       $('#content').html($(data).find('#content').html());
   }
});

Simple!

Mongodb: failed to connect to server on first connect

For me,issue was mongo was not running.So first i started "mongod" command in the console.And later in another console tab I have run "mongo". Now the connection is successful. Now run your app your problem should be solved.

Accessing bash command line args $@ vs $*

This example let may highlight the differ between "at" and "asterix" while we using them. I declared two arrays "fruits" and "vegetables"

fruits=(apple pear plumm peach melon)            
vegetables=(carrot tomato cucumber potatoe onion)

printf "Fruits:\t%s\n" "${fruits[*]}"            
printf "Fruits:\t%s\n" "${fruits[@]}"            
echo + --------------------------------------------- +      
printf "Vegetables:\t%s\n" "${vegetables[*]}"    
printf "Vegetables:\t%s\n" "${vegetables[@]}"    

See the following result the code above:

Fruits: apple pear plumm peach melon
Fruits: apple
Fruits: pear
Fruits: plumm
Fruits: peach
Fruits: melon
+ --------------------------------------------- +
Vegetables: carrot tomato cucumber potatoe onion
Vegetables: carrot
Vegetables: tomato
Vegetables: cucumber
Vegetables: potatoe
Vegetables: onion

One liner for If string is not null or empty else

You can achieve this with pattern matching with the switch expression in C#8/9

FooTextBox.Text = strFoo switch
{
    { Length: >0 } s => s, // If the length of the string is greater than 0 
    _ => "0" // Anything else
};

How to create a number picker dialog?

I have made a small demo of NumberPicker. This may not be perfect but you can use and modify the same.

public class MainActivity extends Activity implements NumberPicker.OnValueChangeListener
{
    private static TextView tv;
    static Dialog d ;
    @Override
    public void onCreate(Bundle savedInstanceState)
    {
        super.onCreate(savedInstanceState);
        setContentView(R.layout.activity_main);
        tv = (TextView) findViewById(R.id.textView1);
        Button b = (Button) findViewById(R.id.button11);
         b.setOnClickListener(new OnClickListener()
         {

            @Override
            public void onClick(View v) {
                 show();
            }
            });
           }
     @Override
    public void onValueChange(NumberPicker picker, int oldVal, int newVal) {

         Log.i("value is",""+newVal);

     }

    public void show()
    {

         final Dialog d = new Dialog(MainActivity.this);
         d.setTitle("NumberPicker");
         d.setContentView(R.layout.dialog);
         Button b1 = (Button) d.findViewById(R.id.button1);
         Button b2 = (Button) d.findViewById(R.id.button2);
         final NumberPicker np = (NumberPicker) d.findViewById(R.id.numberPicker1);
         np.setMaxValue(100);
         np.setMinValue(0);
         np.setWrapSelectorWheel(false);
         np.setOnValueChangedListener(this);
         b1.setOnClickListener(new OnClickListener()
         {
          @Override
          public void onClick(View v) {
              tv.setText(String.valueOf(np.getValue()));
              d.dismiss();
           }    
          });
         b2.setOnClickListener(new OnClickListener()
         {
          @Override
          public void onClick(View v) {
              d.dismiss();
           }    
          });
       d.show();


    }
}

activity_main.xml

<RelativeLayout xmlns:android="http://schemas.android.com/apk/res/android"
    xmlns:tools="http://schemas.android.com/tools"
    android:layout_width="match_parent"
    android:layout_height="match_parent"
    android:paddingBottom="@dimen/activity_vertical_margin"
    android:paddingLeft="@dimen/activity_horizontal_margin"
    android:paddingRight="@dimen/activity_horizontal_margin"
    android:paddingTop="@dimen/activity_vertical_margin"
    tools:context=".MainActivity" >

    <TextView
        android:id="@+id/textView1"
        android:layout_width="wrap_content"
        android:layout_height="wrap_content"
        android:text="@string/hello_world" />

    <Button
        android:id="@+id/button11"
        android:layout_width="wrap_content"
        android:layout_height="wrap_content"
        android:layout_alignParentBottom="true"
        android:layout_centerHorizontal="true"
        android:text="Open" />

</RelativeLayout>

dialog.xml

<RelativeLayout xmlns:android="http://schemas.android.com/apk/res/android"
    android:layout_width="fill_parent"
    android:layout_height="fill_parent" >

    <NumberPicker
        android:id="@+id/numberPicker1"
        android:layout_width="wrap_content"
        android:layout_height="wrap_content"
        android:layout_alignParentTop="true"
        android:layout_centerHorizontal="true"
        android:layout_marginTop="64dp" />

    <Button
        android:id="@+id/button2"
        android:layout_width="wrap_content"
        android:layout_height="wrap_content"
        android:layout_below="@+id/numberPicker1"
        android:layout_marginLeft="20dp"
        android:layout_marginTop="98dp"
        android:layout_toRightOf="@+id/numberPicker1"
        android:text="Cancel" />

    <Button
        android:id="@+id/button1"
        android:layout_width="wrap_content"
        android:layout_height="wrap_content"
        android:layout_alignBaseline="@+id/button2"
        android:layout_alignBottom="@+id/button2"
        android:layout_marginRight="16dp"
        android:layout_toLeftOf="@+id/numberPicker1"
        android:text="Set" />

</RelativeLayout>

Edit:

under res/values/dimens.xml

<resources>

    <!-- Default screen margins, per the Android Design guidelines. -->
    <dimen name="activity_horizontal_margin">16dp</dimen>
    <dimen name="activity_vertical_margin">16dp</dimen>

</resources>

Why does background-color have no effect on this DIV?

Floats don't have a height so the containing div has a height of zero.

<div style="background-color:black; overflow:hidden;zoom:1" onmouseover="this.bgColor='white'">
<div style="float:left">hello</div>
<div style="float:right">world</div>
</div>

overflow:hidden clears the float for most browsers.

zoom:1 clears the float for IE.

Correct location of openssl.cnf file

On my CentOS 6 I have two openssl.cnf :

/openvpn/easy-rsa/
/pki/tls/

TypeError: Cannot read property "0" from undefined

The while increments the i. So you get:

data[1][0]
data[2][0]
data[3][0]
...

It looks like name doesn't match any of the the elements of data. So, the while still increments and you reach the end of the array. I'll suggest to use for loop.

pySerial write() won't take my string

I had the same "TypeError: an integer is required" error message when attempting to write. Thanks, the .encode() solved it for me. I'm running python 3.4 on a Dell D530 running 32 bit Windows XP Pro.

I'm omitting the com port settings here:

>>>import serial

>>>ser = serial.Serial(5)

>>>ser.close()

>>>ser.open()

>>>ser.write("1".encode())

1

>>>

Is there a foreach loop in Go?

This may be obvious, but you can inline the array like so:

package main

import (
    "fmt"
)

func main() {
    for _, element := range [3]string{"a", "b", "c"} {
        fmt.Print(element)
    }
}

outputs:

abc

https://play.golang.org/p/gkKgF3y5nmt

Serializing an object as UTF-8 XML in .NET

I found this blog post which explains the problem very well, and defines a few different solutions:

(dead link removed)

I've settled for the idea that the best way to do it is to completely omit the XML declaration when in memory. It actually is UTF-16 at that point anyway, but the XML declaration doesn't seem meaningful until it has been written to a file with a particular encoding; and even then the declaration is not required. It doesn't seem to break deserialization, at least.

As @Jon Hanna mentions, this can be done with an XmlWriter created like this:

XmlWriter writer = XmlWriter.Create (output, new XmlWriterSettings() { OmitXmlDeclaration = true });

Binding ConverterParameter

There is also an alternative way to use MarkupExtension in order to use Binding for a ConverterParameter. With this solution you can still use the default IValueConverter instead of the IMultiValueConverter because the ConverterParameter is passed into the IValueConverter just like you expected in your first sample.

Here is my reusable MarkupExtension:

/// <summary>
///     <example>
///         <TextBox>
///             <TextBox.Text>
///                 <wpfAdditions:ConverterBindableParameter Binding="{Binding FirstName}"
///                     Converter="{StaticResource TestValueConverter}"
///                     ConverterParameterBinding="{Binding ConcatSign}" />
///             </TextBox.Text>
///         </TextBox>
///     </example>
/// </summary>
[ContentProperty(nameof(Binding))]
public class ConverterBindableParameter : MarkupExtension
{
    #region Public Properties

    public Binding Binding { get; set; }
    public BindingMode Mode { get; set; }
    public IValueConverter Converter { get; set; }
    public Binding ConverterParameter { get; set; }

    #endregion

    public ConverterBindableParameter()
    { }

    public ConverterBindableParameter(string path)
    {
        Binding = new Binding(path);
    }

    public ConverterBindableParameter(Binding binding)
    {
        Binding = binding;
    }

    #region Overridden Methods

    public override object ProvideValue(IServiceProvider serviceProvider)
    {
        var multiBinding = new MultiBinding();
        Binding.Mode = Mode;
        multiBinding.Bindings.Add(Binding);
        if (ConverterParameter != null)
        {
            ConverterParameter.Mode = BindingMode.OneWay;
            multiBinding.Bindings.Add(ConverterParameter);
        }
        var adapter = new MultiValueConverterAdapter
        {
            Converter = Converter
        };
        multiBinding.Converter = adapter;
        return multiBinding.ProvideValue(serviceProvider);
    }

    #endregion

    [ContentProperty(nameof(Converter))]
    private class MultiValueConverterAdapter : IMultiValueConverter
    {
        public IValueConverter Converter { get; set; }

        private object lastParameter;

        public object Convert(object[] values, Type targetType, object parameter, CultureInfo culture)
        {
            if (Converter == null) return values[0]; // Required for VS design-time
            if (values.Length > 1) lastParameter = values[1];
            return Converter.Convert(values[0], targetType, lastParameter, culture);
        }

        public object[] ConvertBack(object value, Type[] targetTypes, object parameter, CultureInfo culture)
        {
            if (Converter == null) return new object[] { value }; // Required for VS design-time

            return new object[] { Converter.ConvertBack(value, targetTypes[0], lastParameter, culture) };
        }
    }
}

With this MarkupExtension in your code base you can simply bind the ConverterParameter the following way:

<Style TargetType="FrameworkElement">
<Setter Property="Visibility">
    <Setter.Value>
     <wpfAdditions:ConverterBindableParameter Binding="{Binding Tag, RelativeSource={RelativeSource Mode=FindAncestor, AncestorType={x:Type UserControl}"
                 Converter="{StaticResource AccessLevelToVisibilityConverter}"
                 ConverterParameterBinding="{Binding RelativeSource={RelativeSource Mode=Self}, Path=Tag}" />          
    </Setter.Value>
</Setter>

Which looks almost like your initial proposal.

Java equivalent of unsigned long long?

Seems like in Java 8 some methods are added to Long to treat old good [signed] long as unsigned. Seems like a workaround, but may help sometimes.

How to schedule a periodic task in Java?

Have you tried Spring Scheduler using annotations ?

@Scheduled(cron = "0 0 0/8 ? * * *")
public void scheduledMethodNoReturnValue(){
    //body can be another method call which returns some value.
}

you can do this with xml as well.

 <task:scheduled-tasks>
   <task:scheduled ref = "reference" method = "methodName" cron = "<cron expression here> -or- ${<cron expression from property files>}"
 <task:scheduled-tasks>

WPF: Grid with column/row margin/padding?

RowDefinition and ColumnDefinition are of type ContentElement, and Margin is strictly a FrameworkElement property. So to your question, "is it easily possible" the answer is a most definite no. And no, I have not seen any layout panels that demonstrate this kind of functionality.

You can add extra rows or columns as you suggested. But you can also set margins on a Grid element itself, or anything that would go inside a Grid, so that's your best workaround for now.

How to set background image in Java?

The Path is the only thing you really have to worry about if you are really new to Java. You need to drag your image into the main project file, and it will show up at the very bottom of the list.

Then the file path is pretty straight forward. This code goes into the constructor for the class.

    img = Toolkit.getDefaultToolkit().createImage("/home/ben/workspace/CS2/Background.jpg");

CS2 is the name of my project, and everything before that is leading to the workspace.

Email and phone Number Validation in android

public boolean checkForEmail() {
        Context c;
        EditText mEtEmail=(EditText)findViewById(R.id.etEmail);
        String mStrEmail = mEtEmail.getText().toString();
        if (android.util.Patterns.EMAIL_ADDRESS.matcher(mStrEmail).matches()) {
            return true;
        }
        Toast.makeText(this,"Email is not valid", Toast.LENGTH_LONG).show();
        return false;
    }


    public boolean checkForMobile() {
        Context c;
        EditText mEtMobile=(EditText)findViewById(R.id.etMobile);
        String mStrMobile = mEtMobile.getText().toString();
        if (android.util.Patterns.PHONE.matcher(mStrMobile).matches()) {
            return true;
        }
        Toast.makeText(this,"Phone No is not valid", Toast.LENGTH_LONG).show();
        return false;
    }

"java.lang.OutOfMemoryError: PermGen space" in Maven build

Increase the size of your perm space, of course. Use the -XX:MaxPermSize=128m option. Set the value to something appropriate.

How to attach source or JavaDoc in eclipse for any jar file e.g. JavaFX?

In addition to the answer of @dhroove (would have written a comment if I had 50 rep...)

The link has changed to: http://docs.oracle.com/javafx/2/api/

At least my eclipse wasn't able to use the link from him.

Regexp Java for password validation

Java Method ready for you, with parameters

Just copy and paste and set your desired parameters.

If you don't want a module, just comment it or add an "if" as done by me for special char

//______________________________________________________________________________
/**
 * Validation Password     */
//______________________________________________________________________________
private static boolean validation_Password(final String PASSWORD_Arg)    {
    boolean result = false;
    try {
        if (PASSWORD_Arg!=null) {
            //_________________________
            //Parameteres
            final String MIN_LENGHT="8";
            final String MAX_LENGHT="20";
            final boolean SPECIAL_CHAR_NEEDED=true;

            //_________________________
            //Modules
            final String ONE_DIGIT = "(?=.*[0-9])";  //(?=.*[0-9]) a digit must occur at least once
            final String LOWER_CASE = "(?=.*[a-z])";  //(?=.*[a-z]) a lower case letter must occur at least once
            final String UPPER_CASE = "(?=.*[A-Z])";  //(?=.*[A-Z]) an upper case letter must occur at least once
            final String NO_SPACE = "(?=\\S+$)";  //(?=\\S+$) no whitespace allowed in the entire string
            //final String MIN_CHAR = ".{" + MIN_LENGHT + ",}";  //.{8,} at least 8 characters
            final String MIN_MAX_CHAR = ".{" + MIN_LENGHT + "," + MAX_LENGHT + "}";  //.{5,10} represents minimum of 5 characters and maximum of 10 characters

            final String SPECIAL_CHAR;
            if (SPECIAL_CHAR_NEEDED==true) SPECIAL_CHAR= "(?=.*[@#$%^&+=])"; //(?=.*[@#$%^&+=]) a special character must occur at least once
            else SPECIAL_CHAR="";
            //_________________________
            //Pattern
            //String pattern = "(?=.*[0-9])(?=.*[a-z])(?=.*[A-Z])(?=.*[@#$%^&+=])(?=\\S+$).{8,}";
            final String PATTERN = ONE_DIGIT + LOWER_CASE + UPPER_CASE + SPECIAL_CHAR + NO_SPACE + MIN_MAX_CHAR;
            //_________________________
            result = PASSWORD_Arg.matches(PATTERN);
            //_________________________
        }    

    } catch (Exception ex) {
        result=false;
    }

    return result;
}        

Do standard windows .ini files allow comments?

Windows INI API support for:

  • Line comments: yes, using semi-colon ;
  • Trailing comments: No

The authoritative source is the Windows API function that reads values out of INI files

GetPrivateProfileString

Retrieves a string from the specified section in an initialization file.

The reason "full line comments" work is because the requested value does not exist. For example, when parsing the following ini file contents:

[Application]
UseLiveData=1
;coke=zero
pepsi=diet   ;gag
#stackoverflow=splotchy

Reading the values:

  • UseLiveData: 1
  • coke: not present
  • ;coke: not present
  • pepsi: diet ;gag
  • stackoverflow: not present
  • #stackoverflow: splotchy

Update: I used to think that the number sign (#) was a pseudo line-comment character. The reason using leading # works to hide stackoverflow is because the name stackoverflow no longer exists. And it turns out that semi-colon (;) is a line-comment.

But there is no support for trailing comments.

how to count the spaces in a java string?

public static void main(String[] args) {  
Scanner input= new Scanner(System.in);`

String data=input.nextLine();
int cnt=0;
System.out.println(data);
for(int i=0;i<data.length()-1;i++)
{if(data.charAt(i)==' ')
    {
        cnt++;
    }
}

System.out.println("Total number of Spaces in a given String are " +cnt);
}

Float a div in top right corner without overlapping sibling header

This worked for me:

h1 {
    display: inline;
    overflow: hidden;
}
div {
    position: relative;
    float: right;
}

It's similar to the approach of the media object, by Stubbornella.

Edit: As they comment below, you need to place the element that's going to float before the element that's going to wrap (the one in your first fiddle)

Missing artifact com.sun:tools:jar

As other posters have stated the issue here has to do with the JRE that eclipse is using not being able to find the tools jar. I solved the issue by going in a bit of a different direction than what was stated above, and it was because of the way that my projects and environment.

Eclipse 4.5 requires at least Java 7 for runtime, so I've got my system setup to use a Java 8 JRE located at C:\java\jre1.8.0_45.

Next, I'm using a POM file that assumes that I'm running with a Java 6 JDK.

  <profiles>
    <profile>
      <id>default-profile</id>
      <activation>
        <activeByDefault>true</activeByDefault>
        <file>
          <exists>${java.home}/../lib/tools.jar</exists>
        </file>
      </activation>
      <properties>
        <toolsjar>${java.home}/../lib/tools.jar</toolsjar>
      </properties>
    </profile>
    <profile>
      <id>osx_profile</id>
      <activation>
        <activeByDefault>false</activeByDefault>
        <os>
          <family>mac</family>
        </os>
      </activation>
      <properties>
        <toolsjar>${java.home}/../Classes/classes.jar</toolsjar>
      </properties>
    </profile>
  </profiles>

  <dependencies>
    <dependency>
      <groupId>com.sun</groupId>
      <artifactId>tools</artifactId>
      <version>1.6.0</version>
      <scope>system</scope>
      <systemPath>${toolsjar}</systemPath>
    </dependency>
  </dependencies>

I'm not allowed to change the POM file, so I had to do some jiggery pokery. I copied the tools.jar from my Java 6 JDK, created the directory C:\java\lib and pasted it there. I then restarted eclipse and cleaned my project. And VOILA errors are gone.

It's not an elegant solution, and I would think that the proper solution would be to change the way the POM is setup, but as I was not able to, this works.

How to easily import multiple sql files into a MySQL database?

in windows open windows powershell and go to the folder where sql files are then run this command

cat *.sql |  C:\xampp\mysql\bin\mysql.exe -u username -p databasename

Convert Json Array to normal Java list

Here is a better way of doing it: if you are getting the data from API. Then PARSE the JSON and loading it onto your listview:

protected void onPostExecute(String result) {
                Log.v(TAG + " result);


                if (!result.equals("")) {

                    // Set up variables for API Call
                    ArrayList<String> list = new ArrayList<String>();

                    try {
                        JSONArray jsonArray = new JSONArray(result);

                        for (int i = 0; i < jsonArray.length(); i++) {

                            list.add(jsonArray.get(i).toString());

                        }//end for
                    } catch (JSONException e) {
                        Log.e(TAG, "onPostExecute > Try > JSONException => " + e);
                        e.printStackTrace();
                    }


                    adapter = new ArrayAdapter<String>(ListViewData.this, android.R.layout.simple_list_item_1, android.R.id.text1, list);
                    listView.setAdapter(adapter);
                    listView.setOnItemClickListener(new OnItemClickListener() {
                        @Override
                        public void onItemClick(AdapterView<?> parent, View view, int position, long id) {

                            // ListView Clicked item index
                            int itemPosition = position;

                            // ListView Clicked item value
                            String itemValue = (String) listView.getItemAtPosition(position);

                            // Show Alert
                            Toast.makeText( ListViewData.this, "Position :" + itemPosition + "  ListItem : " + itemValue, Toast.LENGTH_LONG).show();
                        }
                    });

                    adapter.notifyDataSetChanged();


                        adapter.notifyDataSetChanged();

...

Count number of occurrences for each unique value

select time, coalesce(count(case when activities = 3 then 1 end), 0) as count
from MyTable
group by time

SQL Fiddle Example

Output:

|  TIME | COUNT |
-----------------
| 13:00 |     2 |
| 13:15 |     2 |
| 13:30 |     0 |
| 13:45 |     1 |

If you want to count all the activities in one query, you can do:

select time, 
    coalesce(count(case when activities = 1 then 1 end), 0) as count1,
    coalesce(count(case when activities = 2 then 1 end), 0) as count2,
    coalesce(count(case when activities = 3 then 1 end), 0) as count3,
    coalesce(count(case when activities = 4 then 1 end), 0) as count4,
    coalesce(count(case when activities = 5 then 1 end), 0) as count5
from MyTable
group by time

The advantage of this over grouping by activities, is that it will return a count of 0 even if there are no activites of that type for that time segment.

Of course, this will not return rows for time segments with no activities of any type. If you need that, you'll need to use a left join with table that lists all the possible time segments.

How to copy directories in OS X 10.7.3?

Is there something special with that directory or are you really just asking how to copy directories?

Copy recursively via CLI:

cp -R <sourcedir> <destdir>

If you're only seeing the files under the sourcedir being copied (instead of sourcedir as well), that's happening because you kept the trailing slash for sourcedir:

cp -R <sourcedir>/ <destdir>

The above only copies the files and their directories inside of sourcedir. Typically, you want to include the directory you're copying, so drop the trailing slash:

cp -R <sourcedir> <destdir>

Concatenate in jQuery Selector

There is nothing wrong with syntax of

$('#part' + number).html(text);

jQuery accepts a String (usually a CSS Selector) or a DOM Node as parameter to create a jQuery Object.

In your case you should pass a String to $() that is

$(<a string>)

Make sure you have access to the variables number and text.

To test do:

function(){
    alert(number + ":" + text);//or use console.log(number + ":" + text)
    $('#part' + number).html(text);
}); 

If you see you dont have access, pass them as parameters to the function, you have to include the uual parameters for $.get and pass the custom parameters after them.

How to select some rows with specific rownames from a dataframe?

df <- data.frame(x=rnorm(10), y=rnorm(10))
rownames(df) <-  letters[1:10]
df[c('a','b'),]

Replace substring with another substring C++

Boost String Algorithms Library way:

#include <boost/algorithm/string/replace.hpp>

{ // 1. 
  string test = "abc def abc def";
  boost::replace_all(test, "abc", "hij");
  boost::replace_all(test, "def", "klm");
}


{ // 2.
  string test = boost::replace_all_copy
  (  boost::replace_all_copy<string>("abc def abc def", "abc", "hij")
  ,  "def"
  ,  "klm"
  );
}

how to pass variable from shell script to sqlplus

You appear to have a heredoc containing a single SQL*Plus command, though it doesn't look right as noted in the comments. You can either pass a value in the heredoc:

sqlplus -S user/pass@localhost << EOF
@/opt/D2RQ/file.sql BUILDING
exit;
EOF

or if BUILDING is $2 in your script:

sqlplus -S user/pass@localhost << EOF
@/opt/D2RQ/file.sql $2
exit;
EOF

If your file.sql had an exit at the end then it would be even simpler as you wouldn't need the heredoc:

sqlplus -S user/pass@localhost @/opt/D2RQ/file.sql $2

In your SQL you can then refer to the position parameters using substitution variables:

...
}',SEM_Models('&1'),NULL,
...

The &1 will be replaced with the first value passed to the SQL script, BUILDING; because that is a string it still needs to be enclosed in quotes. You might want to set verify off to stop if showing you the substitutions in the output.


You can pass multiple values, and refer to them sequentially just as you would positional parameters in a shell script - the first passed parameter is &1, the second is &2, etc. You can use substitution variables anywhere in the SQL script, so they can be used as column aliases with no problem - you just have to be careful adding an extra parameter that you either add it to the end of the list (which makes the numbering out of order in the script, potentially) or adjust everything to match:

sqlplus -S user/pass@localhost << EOF
@/opt/D2RQ/file.sql total_count BUILDING
exit;
EOF

or:

sqlplus -S user/pass@localhost << EOF
@/opt/D2RQ/file.sql total_count $2
exit;
EOF

If total_count is being passed to your shell script then just use its positional parameter, $4 or whatever. And your SQL would then be:

SELECT COUNT(*) as &1
FROM TABLE(SEM_MATCH(
'{
        ?s rdf:type :ProcessSpec .
        ?s ?p ?o
}',SEM_Models('&2'),NULL,
SEM_ALIASES(SEM_ALIAS('','http://VISION/DataSource/SEMANTIC_CACHE#')),NULL));

If you pass a lot of values you may find it clearer to use the positional parameters to define named parameters, so any ordering issues are all dealt with at the start of the script, where they are easier to maintain:

define MY_ALIAS = &1
define MY_MODEL = &2

SELECT COUNT(*) as &MY_ALIAS
FROM TABLE(SEM_MATCH(
'{
        ?s rdf:type :ProcessSpec .
        ?s ?p ?o
}',SEM_Models('&MY_MODEL'),NULL,
SEM_ALIASES(SEM_ALIAS('','http://VISION/DataSource/SEMANTIC_CACHE#')),NULL));

From your separate question, maybe you just wanted:

SELECT COUNT(*) as &1
FROM TABLE(SEM_MATCH(
'{
        ?s rdf:type :ProcessSpec .
        ?s ?p ?o
}',SEM_Models('&1'),NULL,
SEM_ALIASES(SEM_ALIAS('','http://VISION/DataSource/SEMANTIC_CACHE#')),NULL));

... so the alias will be the same value you're querying on (the value in $2, or BUILDING in the original part of the answer). You can refer to a substitution variable as many times as you want.

That might not be easy to use if you're running it multiple times, as it will appear as a header above the count value in each bit of output. Maybe this would be more parsable later:

select '&1' as QUERIED_VALUE, COUNT(*) as TOTAL_COUNT

If you set pages 0 and set heading off, your repeated calls might appear in a neat list. You might also need to set tab off and possibly use rpad('&1', 20) or similar to make that column always the same width. Or get the results as CSV with:

select '&1' ||','|| COUNT(*)

Depends what you're using the results for...

How to have an automatic timestamp in SQLite?

you can use the custom datetime by using...

 create table noteTable3 
 (created_at DATETIME DEFAULT (STRFTIME('%d-%m-%Y   %H:%M', 'NOW','localtime')),
 title text not null, myNotes text not null);

use 'NOW','localtime' to get the current system date else it will show some past or other time in your Database after insertion time in your db.

Thanks You...

Find and replace with a newline in Visual Studio Code

with v1.31.1 in RegEx mode the Replace All functionality is broken. clicking that button replaces only one instance

How to insert DECIMAL into MySQL database

Yes, 4,2 means "4 digits total, 2 of which are after the decimal place". That translates to a number in the format of 00.00. Beyond that, you'll have to show us your SQL query. PHP won't translate 3.80 into 99.99 without good reason. Perhaps you've misaligned your fields/values in the query and are trying to insert a larger number that belongs in another field.

Disabling submit button until all fields have values

Grave digging... I like a different approach:

elem = $('form')
elem.on('keyup','input', checkStatus)
elem.on('change', 'select', checkStatus)

checkStatus = (e) =>
  elems = $('form').find('input:enabled').not('input[type=hidden]').map(-> $(this).val())
  filled = $.grep(elems, (n) -> n)
  bool = elems.size() != $(filled).size()
  $('input:submit').attr('disabled', bool)

How to stop C++ console application from exiting immediately?

I just do this:

//clear buffer, wait for input to close program
std::cin.clear(); std::cin.ignore(INT_MAX, '\n');
std::cin.get();
return 0;

Note: clearing the cin buffer and such is only necessary if you've used cin at some point earlier in your program. Also using std::numeric_limits::max() is probably better then INT_MAX, but it's a bit wordy and usually unnecessary.

CSS to stop text wrapping under image

setting display:flexfor the text worked for me.

How to change time in DateTime?

I prefer this:

DateTime s = //get some datetime;
s = new DateTime(s.Year, s.Month,s.Day,s.Hour,s.Minute,0);

How to handle notification when app in background in Firebase

According to OAUTH 2.0:

There will be Auth problem for this case beacuse FCM now using OAUTH 2

So I read firebase documentation and according to documentation new way to post data message is;

POST: https://fcm.googleapis.com/v1/projects/YOUR_FIREBASEDB_ID/messages:send

Headers

Key: Content-Type, Value: application/json

Auth

Bearer YOUR_TOKEN 

Example Body

{
   "message":{
    "topic" : "xxx",
    "data" : {
         "body" : "This is a Firebase Cloud Messaging Topic Message!",
         "title" : "FCM Message"
          }
      }
 }

In the url there is Database Id which you can find it on your firebase console. (Go project setttings)

And now lets take our token (It will valid only 1 hr):

First in the Firebase console, open Settings > Service Accounts. Click Generate New Private Key, securely store the JSON file containing the key. I was need this JSON file to authorize server requests manually. I downloaded it.

Then I create a node.js project and used this function to get my token;

var PROJECT_ID = 'YOUR_PROJECT_ID';
var HOST = 'fcm.googleapis.com';
var PATH = '/v1/projects/' + PROJECT_ID + '/messages:send';
var MESSAGING_SCOPE = 'https://www.googleapis.com/auth/firebase.messaging';
var SCOPES = [MESSAGING_SCOPE];

  router.get('/', function(req, res, next) {
      res.render('index', { title: 'Express' });
      getAccessToken().then(function(accessToken) {
        console.log("TOKEN: "+accessToken)
      })

    });

function getAccessToken() {
return new Promise(function(resolve, reject) {
    var key = require('./YOUR_DOWNLOADED_JSON_FILE.json');
    var jwtClient = new google.auth.JWT(
        key.client_email,
        null,
        key.private_key,
        SCOPES,
        null
    );
    jwtClient.authorize(function(err, tokens) {
        if (err) {
            reject(err);
            return;
        }
        resolve(tokens.access_token);
    });
});
}

Now I can use this token in my post request. Then I post my data message, and it is now handled by my apps onMessageReceived function.

Writing to a TextBox from another thread?

On your MainForm make a function to set the textbox the checks the InvokeRequired

public void AppendTextBox(string value)
{
    if (InvokeRequired)
    {
        this.Invoke(new Action<string>(AppendTextBox), new object[] {value});
        return;
    }
    ActiveForm.Text += value;
}

although in your static method you can't just call.

WindowsFormsApplication1.Form1.AppendTextBox("hi. ");

you have to have a static reference to the Form1 somewhere, but this isn't really recommended or necessary, can you just make your SampleFunction not static if so then you can just call

AppendTextBox("hi. ");

It will append on a differnt thread and get marshalled to the UI using the Invoke call if required.

Full Sample

public partial class Form1 : Form
{
    public Form1()
    {
        InitializeComponent();
        new Thread(SampleFunction).Start();
    }

    public void AppendTextBox(string value)
    {
        if (InvokeRequired)
        {
            this.Invoke(new Action<string>(AppendTextBox), new object[] {value});
            return;
        }
        textBox1.Text += value;
    }

    void SampleFunction()
    {
        // Gets executed on a seperate thread and 
        // doesn't block the UI while sleeping
        for(int i = 0; i<5; i++)
        {
            AppendTextBox("hi.  ");
            Thread.Sleep(1000);
        }
    }
}

Setting the filter to an OpenFileDialog to allow the typical image formats?

I like Tom Faust's answer the best. Here's a C# version of his solution, but simplifying things a bit.

var codecs = ImageCodecInfo.GetImageEncoders(); 
var codecFilter = "Image Files|"; 
foreach (var codec in codecs) 
{
    codecFilter += codec.FilenameExtension + ";"; 
} 
dialog.Filter = codecFilter;

Redirecting Output from within Batch file

if you want both out and err streams redirected

dir >> a.txt 2>&1

MySQL - SELECT * INTO OUTFILE LOCAL ?

From the manual: The SELECT ... INTO OUTFILE statement is intended primarily to let you very quickly dump a table to a text file on the server machine. If you want to create the resulting file on some client host other than the server host, you cannot use SELECT ... INTO OUTFILE. In that case, you should instead use a command such as mysql -e "SELECT ..." > file_name to generate the file on the client host."

http://dev.mysql.com/doc/refman/5.0/en/select.html

An example:

mysql -h my.db.com -u usrname--password=pass db_name -e 'SELECT foo FROM bar' > /tmp/myfile.txt

new DateTime() vs default(DateTime)

No, they are identical.

default(), for any value type (DateTime is a value type) will always call the parameterless constructor.

wget: unable to resolve host address `http'

The DNS server seems out of order. You can use another DNS server such as 8.8.8.8. Put nameserver 8.8.8.8 to the first line of /etc/resolv.conf.

Simple example for Intent and Bundle

Basically this is what you need to do:
in the first activity:

Intent intent = new Intent();
intent.setAction(this, SecondActivity.class);
intent.putExtra(tag, value);
startActivity(intent);

and in the second activtiy:

Intent intent = getIntent();
intent.getBooleanExtra(tag, defaultValue);
intent.getStringExtra(tag, defaultValue);
intent.getIntegerExtra(tag, defaultValue);

one of the get-functions will give return you the value, depending on the datatype you are passing through.

Entity Framework 6 Code first Default value

It's been a while, but leaving a note for others. I achieved what is needed with an attribute and I decorated my model class fields with that attribute as I want.

[SqlDefaultValue(DefaultValue = "getutcdate()")]
public DateTime CreatedDateUtc { get; set; }

Got the help of these 2 articles:

What I did:

Define Attribute

[AttributeUsage(AttributeTargets.Property, AllowMultiple = false)]
public class SqlDefaultValueAttribute : Attribute
{
    public string DefaultValue { get; set; }
}

In the "OnModelCreating" of the context

modelBuilder.Conventions.Add( new AttributeToColumnAnnotationConvention<SqlDefaultValueAttribute, string>("SqlDefaultValue", (p, attributes) => attributes.Single().DefaultValue));

In the custom SqlGenerator

private void SetAnnotatedColumn(ColumnModel col)
{
    AnnotationValues values;
    if (col.Annotations.TryGetValue("SqlDefaultValue", out values))
    {
         col.DefaultValueSql = (string)values.NewValue;
    }
}

Then in the Migration Configuration constructor, register the custom SQL generator.

SetSqlGenerator("System.Data.SqlClient", new CustomMigrationSqlGenerator());

Order Bars in ggplot2 bar graph

@GavinSimpson: reorder is a powerful and effective solution for this:

ggplot(theTable,
       aes(x=reorder(Position,Position,
                     function(x)-length(x)))) +
       geom_bar()

java.security.AccessControlException: Access denied (java.io.FilePermission

Within your <jre location>\lib\security\java.policy try adding:

grant { permission java.security.AllPermission; };

And see if it allows you. If so, you will have to add more granular permissions.

See:

Java 8 Documentation for java.policy files

and

http://java.sun.com/developer/onlineTraining/Programming/JDCBook/appA.html

How do I make a dictionary with multiple keys to one value?

If you're going to be adding to this dictionary frequently you'd want to take a class based approach, something similar to @Latty's answer in this SO question 2d-dictionary-with-many-keys-that-will-return-the-same-value.

However, if you have a static dictionary, and you need only access values by multiple keys then you could just go the very simple route of using two dictionaries. One to store the alias key association and one to store your actual data:

alias = {
    'a': 'id1',
    'b': 'id1',
    'c': 'id2',
    'd': 'id2'
}

dictionary = {
    'id1': 1,
    'id2': 2
}

dictionary[alias['a']]

If you need to add to the dictionary you could write a function like this for using both dictionaries:

def add(key, id, value=None)
    if id in dictionary:
        if key in alias:
            # Do nothing
            pass
        else:
            alias[key] = id
    else:
        dictionary[id] = value
        alias[key] = id

add('e', 'id2')
add('f', 'id3', 3)

While this works, I think ultimately if you want to do something like this writing your own data structure is probably the way to go, though it could use a similar structure.

Stream file using ASP.NET MVC FileContentResult in a browser with a name?

public FileContentResult GetImage(int productId) { 
     Product prod = repository.Products.FirstOrDefault(p => p.ProductID == productId); 
     if (prod != null) { 
         return File(prod.ImageData, prod.ImageMimeType); 
      } else { 
         return null; 
     } 
}

Create numpy matrix filled with NaNs

You rarely need loops for vector operations in numpy. You can create an uninitialized array and assign to all entries at once:

>>> a = numpy.empty((3,3,))
>>> a[:] = numpy.nan
>>> a
array([[ NaN,  NaN,  NaN],
       [ NaN,  NaN,  NaN],
       [ NaN,  NaN,  NaN]])

I have timed the alternatives a[:] = numpy.nan here and a.fill(numpy.nan) as posted by Blaenk:

$ python -mtimeit "import numpy as np; a = np.empty((100,100));" "a.fill(np.nan)"
10000 loops, best of 3: 54.3 usec per loop
$ python -mtimeit "import numpy as np; a = np.empty((100,100));" "a[:] = np.nan" 
10000 loops, best of 3: 88.8 usec per loop

The timings show a preference for ndarray.fill(..) as the faster alternative. OTOH, I like numpy's convenience implementation where you can assign values to whole slices at the time, the code's intention is very clear.

Note that ndarray.fill performs its operation in-place, so numpy.empty((3,3,)).fill(numpy.nan) will instead return None.

Dynamic Web Module 3.0 -- 3.1

1) Go to your project and find ".settings" directory this one
2) Open file xml named:
org.eclipse.wst.common.project.facet.core.xml
3)

<?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8"?>
    <faceted-project>
    <fixed facet="wst.jsdt.web"/>
    <installed facet="java" version="1.5"/>
    <installed facet="jst.web" version="2.3"/>
    <installed facet="wst.jsdt.web" version="1.0"/>
 </faceted-project>

Change jst.web version to 3.0 and java version to 1.7 or 1.8 (base on your current using jdk version)

4) Change your web.xml file under WEB-INF directory , please refer to this article:
https://www.mkyong.com/web-development/the-web-xml-deployment-descriptor-examples/
5) Go to pom.xml file and paste these lines:

<build>
    <finalName>YOUR_PROJECT_NAME</finalName>
    <plugins>
        <plugin>
            <groupId>org.apache.maven.plugins</groupId>
            <artifactId>maven-compiler-plugin</artifactId>
            <version>3.3</version>
            <configuration>
                <source>1.8</source> THIS IS YOUR USING JDK's VERSION
                <target>1.8</target> SAME AS ABOVE
            </configuration>
        </plugin>
    </plugins>
</build>  

StringIO in Python3

Thank you OP for your question, and Roman for your answer. I had to search a bit to find this; I hope the following helps others.

Python 2.7

See: https://docs.scipy.org/doc/numpy/user/basics.io.genfromtxt.html

import numpy as np
from StringIO import StringIO

data = "1, abc , 2\n 3, xxx, 4"

print type(data)
"""
<type 'str'>
"""

print '\n', np.genfromtxt(StringIO(data), delimiter=",", dtype="|S3", autostrip=True)
"""
[['1' 'abc' '2']
 ['3' 'xxx' '4']]
"""

print '\n', type(data)
"""
<type 'str'>
"""

print '\n', np.genfromtxt(StringIO(data), delimiter=",", autostrip=True)
"""
[[  1.  nan   2.]
 [  3.  nan   4.]]
"""

Python 3.5:

import numpy as np
from io import StringIO
import io

data = "1, abc , 2\n 3, xxx, 4"
#print(data)
"""
1, abc , 2
 3, xxx, 4
"""

#print(type(data))
"""
<class 'str'>
"""

#np.genfromtxt(StringIO(data), delimiter=",", autostrip=True)
# TypeError: Can't convert 'bytes' object to str implicitly

print('\n')
print(np.genfromtxt(io.BytesIO(data.encode()), delimiter=",", dtype="|S3", autostrip=True))
"""
[[b'1' b'abc' b'2']
 [b'3' b'xxx' b'4']]
"""

print('\n')
print(np.genfromtxt(io.BytesIO(data.encode()), delimiter=",", autostrip=True))
"""
[[  1.  nan   2.]
 [  3.  nan   4.]]
"""

Aside:

dtype="|Sx", where x = any of { 1, 2, 3, ...}:

dtypes. Difference between S1 and S2 in Python

"The |S1 and |S2 strings are data type descriptors; the first means the array holds strings of length 1, the second of length 2. ..."

How to create a date and time picker in Android?

I have create a alert dialog which combine Date picker and Time picker. You can get code at https://github.com/nguyentoantuit/android Note: DateTimePicker is a library

PowerShell: Create Local User Account

Import-Csv C:\test.csv |
Foreach-Object {
  NET USER    $ _.username   $ _.password /ADD
  NET LOCALGROUP "group" $_.username  /ADD
}

edit csv as username,password and change "group" for your groupname

:) worked on 2012 R2

Reading and writing value from a textfile by using vbscript code

To Write

Set objFileToWrite = CreateObject("Scripting.FileSystemObject").OpenTextFile("C:\listfile.txt",2,true)
objFileToWrite.WriteLine(data)
objFileToWrite.Close
Set objFileToWrite = Nothing

OpenTextFile parameters:

<filename>, IOMode (1=Read,2=write,8=Append), Create (true,false), Format (-2=System Default,-1=Unicode,0=ASCII)

To Read the entire file

Set objFileToRead = CreateObject("Scripting.FileSystemObject").OpenTextFile("C:\listfile.txt",1)
strFileText = objFileToRead.ReadAll()
objFileToRead.Close
Set objFileToRead = Nothing

To Read line by line

Set objFileToRead = CreateObject("Scripting.FileSystemObject").OpenTextFile("C:\listfile.txt",1)
Dim strLine
do while not objFileToRead.AtEndOfStream
     strLine = objFileToRead.ReadLine()
     'Do something with the line
loop
objFileToRead.Close
Set objFileToRead = Nothing

Removing duplicates from a String in Java

Another possible solution, in case a string is an ASCII string, is to maintain an array of 256 boolean elements to denote ASCII character appearance in a string. If a character appeared for the first time, we keep it and append to the result. Otherwise just skip it.

public String removeDuplicates(String input) {
    boolean[] chars = new boolean[256];
    StringBuilder resultStringBuilder = new StringBuilder();
    for (Character c : input.toCharArray()) {
        if (!chars[c]) {
            resultStringBuilder.append(c);
            chars[c] = true;
        }
    }
    return resultStringBuilder.toString();
}

This approach will also work with Unicode string. You just need to increase chars size.

?: ?? Operators Instead Of IF|ELSE

Refering to ?: Operator (C# Reference)

The conditional operator (?:) returns one of two values depending on the value of a Boolean expression. Following is the syntax for the conditional operator.

Refering to ?? Operator (C# Reference)

The ?? operator is called the null-coalescing operator and is used to define a default value for a nullable value types as well as reference types. It returns the left-hand operand if it is not null; otherwise it returns the right operand.

That means:

[Part 1]

return source ?? String.Empty;

[Part 2] is not applicable ...

Passing ArrayList through Intent

Suppose you need to pass an arraylist of following class from current activity to next activity // class of the objects those in the arraylist // remember to implement the class from Serializable interface // Serializable means it converts the object into stream of bytes and helps to transfer that object

public class Question implements Serializable {
... 
... 
...
}

in your current activity you probably have an ArrayList as follows

ArrayList<Question> qsList = new ArrayList<>();
qsList.add(new Question(1));
qsList.add(new Question(2));
qsList.add(new Question(3));

// intialize Bundle instance
Bundle b = new Bundle();
// putting questions list into the bundle .. as key value pair.
// so you can retrieve the arrayList with this key
b.putSerializable("questions", (Serializable) qsList);
Intent i = new Intent(CurrentActivity.this, NextActivity.class);
i.putExtras(b);
startActivity(i);

in order to get the arraylist within the next activity

//get the bundle
Bundle b = getIntent().getExtras();
//getting the arraylist from the key
ArrayList<Question> q = (ArrayList<Question>) b.getSerializable("questions");

Javascript: Call a function after specific time period

sounds like you're looking for setInterval. It's as easy as this:

function FetchData() {
  // do something
}
setInterval(FetchData, 60000);

if you only want to call something once, theres setTimeout.

use std::fill to populate vector with increasing numbers

You should use std::iota algorithm (defined in <numeric>):

  std::vector<int> ivec(100);
  std::iota(ivec.begin(), ivec.end(), 0); // ivec will become: [0..99]

Because std::fill just assigns the given fixed value to the elements in the given range [n1,n2). And std::iota fills the given range [n1, n2) with sequentially increasing values, starting with the initial value and then using ++value.You can also use std::generate as an alternative.

Don't forget that std::iota is C++11 STL algorithm. But a lot of modern compilers support it e.g. GCC, Clang and VS2012 : http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/vstudio/jj651033.aspx

P.S. This function is named after the integer function ? from the programming language APL, and signifies a Greek letter iota. I speculate that originally in APL this odd name was chosen because it resembles an “integer” (even though in mathematics iota is widely used to denote the imaginary part of a complex number).

How to set the size of button in HTML

This cannot be done with pure HTML/JS, you will need CSS

CSS:

button {
     width: 100%;
     height: 100%;
}

Substitute 100% with required size

This can be done in many ways

Java String.split() Regex

You could split on a word boundary with \b

Is there a way to make mv create the directory to be moved to if it doesn't exist?

It sounds like the answer is no :). I don't really want to create an alias or func just to do this, often because it's one-off and I'm already in the middle of typing the mv command, but I found something that works well for that:

mv *.sh  shell_files/also_with_subdir/ || mkdir -p $_

If mv fails (dir does not exist), it will make the directory (which is the last argument to the previous command, so $_ has it). So just run this command, then up to re-run it, and this time mv should succeed.

How do I change Bootstrap 3 column order on mobile layout?

You cannot change the order of columns in smaller screens but you can do that in large screens.

So change the order of your columns.

<!--Main Content-->
<div class="col-lg-9 col-lg-push-3">
</div>

<!--Sidebar-->
<div class="col-lg-3 col-lg-pull-9">
</div>

By default this displays the main content first.

So in mobile main content is displayed first.

By using col-lg-push and col-lg-pull we can reorder the columns in large screens and display sidebar on the left and main content on the right.

Working fiddle here.

How to use bootstrap datepicker

Couldn't get bootstrap datepicker to work until I wrap the textbox with position relative element as shown here:

<span style="position: relative">
 <input  type="text" placeholder="click to show datepicker"  id="pickyDate"/>
</span>

Python, Unicode, and the Windows console

Despite the other plausible-sounding answers that suggest changing the code page to 65001, that does not work. (Also, changing the default encoding using sys.setdefaultencoding is not a good idea.)

See this question for details and code that does work.

What is the keyguard in Android?

The lock screen works without keyguard i have tested it. The home button stops working and you can't get to task manager by holding the home key. I wish they didn't develop a new process when it used to be built into system ui or whatever. I don't see the need for the change and extra process

Setting session variable using javascript

A session is stored server side, you can't modify it with JavaScript. Sessions may contain sensitive data.

You can modify cookies using document.cookie.

You can easily find many examples how to modify cookies.

How to iterate through a DataTable

You can also use linq extensions for DataSets:

var imagePaths = dt.AsEnumerble().Select(r => r.Field<string>("ImagePath");
foreach(string imgPath in imagePaths)
{
    TextBox1.Text = imgPath;
}

How to cancel/abort jQuery AJAX request?

I know this might be a little late but i experience similar issues where calling the abort method didnt really aborted the request. instead the browser was still waiting for a response that it never uses. this code resolved that issue.

 try {
        xhr.onreadystatechange = null;
        xhr.abort();
} catch (e) {}

HTML if image is not found

Ok but I like to use this way, so that whenever original image is not available you can load your default image that may be your favorite smiley or image saying Sorry ! Not Available, But in case if both the images are missing you can use text to display. where you can also you smiley then. have a look almost covers every case.

<img src="path_to_original_img/img.png"  alt="Sorry! Image not available at this time" 
       onError="this.onerror=null;this.src='<?=base_url()?>assets1/img/default.jpg';">

How can I safely create a nested directory?

Starting from Python 3.5, pathlib.Path.mkdir has an exist_ok flag:

from pathlib import Path
path = Path('/my/directory/filename.txt')
path.parent.mkdir(parents=True, exist_ok=True) 
# path.parent ~ os.path.dirname(path)

This recursively creates the directory and does not raise an exception if the directory already exists.

(just as os.makedirs got an exist_ok flag starting from python 3.2 e.g os.makedirs(path, exist_ok=True))


Note: when i posted this answer none of the other answers mentioned exist_ok...

Parsing JSON objects for HTML table

You can use simple jQuery jPut plugin

http://plugins.jquery.com/jput/

<script>
$(document).ready(function(){

var json = [{"name": "name1","score":"30"},{"name": "name2","score":"50"}];
//while running this code the template will be appended in your div with json data
$("#tbody").jPut({
    jsonData:json,
    //ajax_url:"youfile.json",  if you want to call from a json file
    name:"tbody_template",
});

});
</script>   

<div jput="tbody_template">
 <tr>
  <td>{{name}}</td>
  <td>{{score}}</td>
 </tr>
</div>

<table>
 <tbody id="tbody">
 </tbody>
</table>

Concatenate strings from several rows using Pandas groupby

we can groupby the 'name' and 'month' columns, then call agg() functions of Panda’s DataFrame objects.

The aggregation functionality provided by the agg() function allows multiple statistics to be calculated per group in one calculation.

df.groupby(['name', 'month'], as_index = False).agg({'text': ' '.join})

enter image description here

Get JavaScript object from array of objects by value of property

If you are looking for a single result, rather than an array, may I suggest reduce?

Here is a solution in plain 'ole javascript that returns a matching object if one exists, or null if not.

var result = arr.reduce(function(prev, curr) { return (curr.b === 6) ? curr : prev; }, null);

MaxLength Attribute not generating client-side validation attributes

StringLength works great, i used it this way:

[StringLength(25,MinimumLength=1,ErrorMessage="Sorry only 25 characters allowed for 
              ProductName")]
public string ProductName { get; set; }

or Just Use RegularExpression without StringLength:

[RegularExpression(@"^[a-zA-Z0-9'@&#.\s]{1,25}$", ErrorMessage = "Reg Says Sorry only 25 
                   characters allowed for ProductName")]    
public string ProductName { get; set; }

but for me above methods gave error in display view, cause i had already ProductName field in database which had more than 25 characters

so finally i came across this and this post and tried to validate without model like this:

 <div class="editor-field">
 @Html.TextBoxFor(model => model.ProductName, new
 {
 @class = "form-control",
 data_val = "true",
 data_val_length = "Sorry only 25 characters allowed for ProductName",
 data_val_length_max = "25",
 data_val_length_min = "1"
 })
 <span class="validation"> @Html.ValidationMessageFor(model => model.ProductName)</span>
 </div>

this solved my issue, you can also do validation manually using jquery or using ModelState.AddModelError

hope helps someone.

Relative paths based on file location instead of current working directory

What you want to do is get the absolute path of the script (available via ${BASH_SOURCE[0]}) and then use this to get the parent directory and cd to it at the beginning of the script.

#!/bin/bash
parent_path=$( cd "$(dirname "${BASH_SOURCE[0]}")" ; pwd -P )

cd "$parent_path"
cat ../some.text

This will make your shell script work independent of where you invoke it from. Each time you run it, it will be as if you were running ./cat.sh inside dir.

Note that this script only works if you're invoking the script directly (i.e. not via a symlink), otherwise the finding the current location of the script gets a little more tricky)

How to unit test abstract classes: extend with stubs?

Following @patrick-desjardins answer, I implemented abstract and it's implementation class along with @Test as follows:

Abstract class - ABC.java

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

public abstract class ABC {

    abstract String sayHello();

    public List<String> getList() {
        final List<String> defaultList = new ArrayList<>();
        defaultList.add("abstract class");
        return defaultList;
    }
}

As Abstract classes cannot be instantiated, but they can be subclassed, concrete class DEF.java, is as follows:

public class DEF extends ABC {

    @Override
    public String sayHello() {
        return "Hello!";
    }
}

@Test class to test both abstract as well as non-abstract method:

import org.junit.Before;
import static org.hamcrest.MatcherAssert.assertThat;
import static org.hamcrest.Matchers.empty;
import static org.hamcrest.Matchers.is;
import static org.hamcrest.Matchers.not;
import static org.hamcrest.Matchers.contains;
import java.util.Collection;
import java.util.List;
import static org.hamcrest.Matchers.equalTo;

import org.junit.Test;

public class DEFTest {

    private DEF def;

    @Before
    public void setup() {
        def = new DEF();
    }

    @Test
    public void add(){
        String result = def.sayHello();
        assertThat(result, is(equalTo("Hello!")));
    }

    @Test
    public void getList(){
        List<String> result = def.getList();
        assertThat((Collection<String>) result, is(not(empty())));
        assertThat(result, contains("abstract class"));
    }
}

Rails - Could not find a JavaScript runtime?

Add following gems in your gem file

gem 'therubyracer'
gem 'execjs'

and run

bundle install

OR

Install Node.js to fix it permanently for all projects.

pip3: command not found but python3-pip is already installed

You can use python3 -m pip as a synonym for pip3. That has saved me a couple of times.

What does file:///android_asset/www/index.html mean?

It took me more than 4 hours to fix this problem. I followed the guide from http://docs.phonegap.com/en/2.1.0/guide_getting-started_android_index.md.html#Getting%20Started%20with%20Android

I'm using Android Studio (Eclipse with ADT could not work properly because of the build problem).

Solution that worked for me:

  1. I put the /assets/www/index.html under app/src/main/assets directory. (take care AndroidStudio has different perspectives like Project or Android)

  2. use super.loadUrl("file:///android_asset/www/index.html"); instead of super.loadUrl("file:///android_assets/www/index.html"); (no s)

Find which commit is currently checked out in Git

You can just do:

git rev-parse HEAD

To explain a bit further: git rev-parse is git's basic command for interpreting any of the exotic ways that you can specify the name of a commit and HEAD is a reference to your current commit or branch. (In a git bisect session, it points directly to a commit ("detached HEAD") rather than a branch.)

Alternatively (and easier to remember) would be to just do:

git show

... which defaults to showing the commit that HEAD points to. For a more concise version, you can do:

$ git show --oneline -s
c0235b7 Autorotate uploaded images based on EXIF orientation

How to pass a URI to an intent?

The Uri.parse(extras.getString("imageUri")) was causing an error:

java.lang.NullPointerException: Attempt to invoke virtual method 'android.content.Intent android.content.Intent.putExtra(java.lang.String, android.os.Parcelable)' on a null object reference 

So I changed to the following:

intent.putExtra("imageUri", imageUri)

and

Uri uri = (Uri) getIntent().get("imageUri");

This solved the problem.

How to get a subset of a javascript object's properties

Dynamic solution

['color', 'height'].reduce((a,b) => (a[b]=elmo[b],a), {})

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// TEST_x000D_
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let elmo = { _x000D_
  color: 'red',_x000D_
  annoying: true,_x000D_
  height: 'unknown',_x000D_
  meta: { one: '1', two: '2'}_x000D_
};_x000D_
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console.log( subset(elmo, ['color', 'height']) );
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How to upload a project to Github

Probably the most useful thing you could do is to peruse the online book [http://git-scm.com/book/en/]. It's really a pretty decent read and gives you the conceptual context with which to execute things properly.

react-router - pass props to handler component

In 1.0 and 2.0 you can use createElement prop of Router to specify how exactly to create your target element. Documentation source

function createWithDefaultProps(Component, props) {
    return <Component {...props} myprop="value" />;
}

// and then    
<Router createElement={createWithDefaultProps}>
    ...
</Router>

Html table tr inside td

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<table border="1px;" width="100%">
  <tr align="center">
    <td>Product</td>
    <td>quantity</td>
    <td>Price</td>
    <td>Totall</td>
  </tr>
  <tr align="center">
    <td>Item-1</td>
    <td>Item-1</td>
    <td>
      <table border="1px;" width="100%">
        <tr align="center">
          <td>Name1</td>
          <td>Price1</td>
        </tr>
        <tr align="center">
          <td>Name2</td>
          <td>Price2</td>
        </tr>
        <tr align="center">
          <td>Name3</td>
          <td>Price3</td>
        </tr>
        <tr>
          <td>Name4</td>
          <td>Price4</td>
        </tr>
      </table>
    </td>
    <td>Item-1</td>
  </tr>
  <tr align="center">
    <td>Item-2</td>
    <td>Item-2</td>
    <td>Item-2</td>
    <td>Item-2</td>
  </tr>
  <tr align="center">
    <td>Item-3</td>
    <td>Item-3</td>
    <td>Item-3</td>
    <td>Item-3</td>
  </tr>
</table>
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How to determine programmatically the current active profile using Spring boot

It doesn't matter is your app Boot or just raw Spring. There is just enough to inject org.springframework.core.env.Environment to your bean.

@Autowired
private Environment environment;
....

this.environment.getActiveProfiles();

Python Replace \\ with \

Your original string, a = 'a\\nb' does not actually have two '\' characters, the first one is an escape for the latter. If you do, print a, you'll see that you actually have only one '\' character.

>>> a = 'a\\nb'
>>> print a
a\nb

If, however, what you mean is to interpret the '\n' as a newline character, without escaping the slash, then:

>>> b = a.replace('\\n', '\n')
>>> b
'a\nb'
>>> print b
a
b

"find: paths must precede expression:" How do I specify a recursive search that also finds files in the current directory?

I came across this question when I was trying to find multiple filenames that I could not combine into a regular expression as described in @Chris J's answer, here is what worked for me

find . -name one.pdf -o -name two.txt -o -name anotherone.jpg

-o or -or is logical OR. See Finding Files on Gnu.org for more information.

I was running this on CygWin.

Silent installation of a MSI package

You should be able to use the /quiet or /qn options with msiexec to perform a silent install.

MSI packages export public properties, which you can set with the PROPERTY=value syntax on the end of the msiexec parameters.

For example, this command installs a package with no UI and no reboot, with a log and two properties:

msiexec /i c:\path\to\package.msi /quiet /qn /norestart /log c:\path\to\install.log PROPERTY1=value1 PROPERTY2=value2

You can read the options for msiexec by just running it with no options from Start -> Run.

C++ String array sorting

We can sort() function to sort string array.

Procedure :

  1. At first determine the size string array.

  2. use sort function . sort(array_name, array_name+size)

  3. Iterate through string array/


Code Snippet

#include<bits/stdc++.h>
using namespace std;

int main()
{
    ios::sync_with_stdio(false);

    string name[] = {"john", "bobby", "dear", "test1", "catherine", "nomi", "shinta", "martin", "abe", "may", "zeno", "zack", "angeal", "gabby"};

    int len = sizeof(name)/sizeof(name[0]);

    sort(name, name+len);

    for(string n: name)
    {
         cout<<n<<" ";
    }
    cout<<endl;

    return 0;
}

INSERT IF NOT EXISTS ELSE UPDATE?

Have a look at http://sqlite.org/lang_conflict.html.

You want something like:

insert or replace into Book (ID, Name, TypeID, Level, Seen) values
((select ID from Book where Name = "SearchName"), "SearchName", ...);

Note that any field not in the insert list will be set to NULL if the row already exists in the table. This is why there's a subselect for the ID column: In the replacement case the statement would set it to NULL and then a fresh ID would be allocated.

This approach can also be used if you want to leave particular field values alone if the row in the replacement case but set the field to NULL in the insert case.

For example, assuming you want to leave Seen alone:

insert or replace into Book (ID, Name, TypeID, Level, Seen) values (
   (select ID from Book where Name = "SearchName"),
   "SearchName",
    5,
    6,
    (select Seen from Book where Name = "SearchName"));

Send form data using ajax

can you try this :

function f (){
fname  = $("input[name='fname']").val();
lname  = $("input[name='fname']").val();
att=form.attr("action") ;
$.post(att ,{fname : fname , lname :lname}).done(function(data){
alert(data);
});
return true;
}

How can I suppress column header output for a single SQL statement?

Invoke mysql with the -N (the alias for -N is --skip-column-names) option:

mysql -N ...
use testdb;
select * from names;

+------+-------+
|    1 | pete  |
|    2 | john  |
|    3 | mike  |
+------+-------+
3 rows in set (0.00 sec)

Credit to ErichBSchulz for pointing out the -N alias.

To remove the grid (the vertical and horizontal lines) around the results use -s (--silent). Columns are separated with a TAB character.

mysql -s ...
use testdb;
select * from names;

id  name
1   pete
2   john
3   mike

To output the data with no headers and no grid just use both -s and -N.

mysql -sN ...

Why do I get "Procedure expects parameter '@statement' of type 'ntext/nchar/nvarchar'." when I try to use sp_executesql?

The solution is to put an N in front of both the type and the SQL string to indicate it is a double-byte character string:

DECLARE @SQL NVARCHAR(100) 
SET @SQL = N'SELECT TOP 1 * FROM sys.tables' 
EXECUTE sp_executesql @SQL

Split string with string as delimiter

Try this:

for /F "tokens=1,3 delims=. " %%a in ("%string%") do (
   echo %%a
   echo %%b
)

that is, take the first and third tokens delimited by space or point...

How to convert a string to lower or upper case in Ruby

... and the uppercase is:

"Awesome String".upcase
=> "AWESOME STRING"

Public class is inaccessible due to its protection level

You could go into the designer of the web form and change the "webcontrols" to be "public" instead of "protected" but I'm not sure how safe that is. I prefer to make hidden inputs and have some jQuery set the values into those hidden inputs, then create public properties in the web form's class (code behind), and access the values that way.

Intersection and union of ArrayLists in Java

I think you should use a Set to hold the files if you want to do intersection and union on them. Then you can use Guava's Sets class to do union, intersection and filtering by a Predicate as well. The difference between these methods and the other suggestions is that all of these methods create lazy views of the union, intersection, etc. of the two sets. Apache Commons creates a new collection and copies data to it. retainAll changes one of your collections by removing elements from it.

What does "The following object is masked from 'package:xxx'" mean?

The message means that both the packages have functions with the same names. In this particular case, the testthat and assertive packages contain five functions with the same name.

When two functions have the same name, which one gets called?

R will look through the search path to find functions, and will use the first one that it finds.

search()
 ##  [1] ".GlobalEnv"        "package:assertive" "package:testthat" 
 ##  [4] "tools:rstudio"     "package:stats"     "package:graphics" 
 ##  [7] "package:grDevices" "package:utils"     "package:datasets" 
 ## [10] "package:methods"   "Autoloads"         "package:base"

In this case, since assertive was loaded after testthat, it appears earlier in the search path, so the functions in that package will be used.

is_true
## function (x, .xname = get_name_in_parent(x)) 
## {
##     x <- coerce_to(x, "logical", .xname)
##     call_and_name(function(x) {
##         ok <- x & !is.na(x)
##         set_cause(ok, ifelse(is.na(x), "missing", "false"))
##     }, x)
## }
<bytecode: 0x0000000004fc9f10>
<environment: namespace:assertive.base>

The functions in testthat are not accessible in the usual way; that is, they have been masked.

What if I want to use one of the masked functions?

You can explicitly provide a package name when you call a function, using the double colon operator, ::. For example:

testthat::is_true
## function () 
## {
##     function(x) expect_true(x)
## }
## <environment: namespace:testthat>

How do I suppress the message?

If you know about the function name clash, and don't want to see it again, you can suppress the message by passing warn.conflicts = FALSE to library.

library(testthat)
library(assertive, warn.conflicts = FALSE)
# No output this time

Alternatively, suppress the message with suppressPackageStartupMessages:

library(testthat)
suppressPackageStartupMessages(library(assertive))
# Also no output

Impact of R's Startup Procedures on Function Masking

If you have altered some of R's startup configuration options (see ?Startup) you may experience different function masking behavior than you might expect. The precise order that things happen as laid out in ?Startup should solve most mysteries.

For example, the documentation there says:

Note that when the site and user profile files are sourced only the base package is loaded, so objects in other packages need to be referred to by e.g. utils::dump.frames or after explicitly loading the package concerned.

Which implies that when 3rd party packages are loaded via files like .Rprofile you may see functions from those packages masked by those in default packages like stats, rather than the reverse, if you loaded the 3rd party package after R's startup procedure is complete.

How do I list all the masked functions?

First, get a character vector of all the environments on the search path. For convenience, we'll name each element of this vector with its own value.

library(dplyr)
envs <- search() %>% setNames(., .)

For each environment, get the exported functions (and other variables).

fns <- lapply(envs, ls)

Turn this into a data frame, for easy use with dplyr.

fns_by_env <- data_frame(
  env = rep.int(names(fns), lengths(fns)),
  fn  = unlist(fns)
)

Find cases where the object appears more than once.

fns_by_env %>% 
  group_by(fn) %>% 
  tally() %>% 
  filter(n > 1) %>% 
  inner_join(fns_by_env)

To test this, try loading some packages with known conflicts (e.g., Hmisc, AnnotationDbi).

How do I prevent name conflict bugs?

The conflicted package throws an error with a helpful error message, whenever you try to use a variable with an ambiguous name.

library(conflicted)
library(Hmisc)
units
## Error: units found in 2 packages. You must indicate which one you want with ::
##  * Hmisc::units
##  * base::units

How do I set the selected item in a drop down box

You mark the selected item on the <option> tag, not the <select> tag.

So your code should read something like this:

<select>
    <option value="January"<?php if ($row[month] == 'January') echo ' selected="selected"'; ?>>January</option>
    <option value="February"<?php if ($row[month] == 'February') echo ' selected="selected"'; ?>>February</option>
    ...
    ...
    <option value="December"<?php if ($row[month] == 'December') echo ' selected="selected"'; ?>>December</option>
</select>

You can make this less repetitive by putting all the month names in an array and using a basic foreach over them.

How can I get the count of milliseconds since midnight for the current?

You can use java.util.Calendar class to get time in milliseconds. Example:

Calendar cal = Calendar.getInstance();
int milliSec = cal.get(Calendar.MILLISECOND);
// print milliSec

java.util.Date date = cal.getTime();
System.out.println("Output: " +  new SimpleDateFormat("yyyy/MM/dd-HH:mm:ss:SSS").format(date));

Is it possible to hide the cursor in a webpage using CSS or Javascript?

If you want to do it in CSS:

#ID { cursor: none !important; }

How to use multiple @RequestMapping annotations in spring?

The following is acceptable as well:

@GetMapping(path = { "/{pathVariable1}/{pathVariable1}/somePath", 
                     "/fixedPath/{some-name}/{some-id}/fixed" }, 
            produces = "application/json")

Same can be applied to @RequestMapping as well

Enum ToString with user friendly strings

I happen to be a VB.NET fan, so here's my version, combining the DescriptionAttribute method with an extension method. First, the results:

Imports System.ComponentModel ' For <Description>

Module Module1
  ''' <summary>
  ''' An Enum type with three values and descriptions
  ''' </summary>
  Public Enum EnumType
    <Description("One")>
    V1 = 1

    ' This one has no description
    V2 = 2

    <Description("Three")>
    V3 = 3
  End Enum

  Sub Main()
    ' Description method is an extension in EnumExtensions
    For Each v As EnumType In [Enum].GetValues(GetType(EnumType))
      Console.WriteLine("Enum {0} has value {1} and description {2}",
        v,
        CInt(v),
        v.Description
      )
    Next
    ' Output:
    ' Enum V1 has value 1 and description One
    ' Enum V2 has value 2 and description V2
    ' Enum V3 has value 3 and description Three
  End Sub
End Module

Basic stuff: an enum called EnumType with three values V1, V2 and V3. The "magic" happens in the Console.WriteLine call in Sub Main(), where the last argument is simply v.Description. This returns "One" for V1, "V2" for V2, and "Three" for V3. This Description-method is in fact an extension method, defined in another module called EnumExtensions:

Option Strict On
Option Explicit On
Option Infer Off

Imports System.Runtime.CompilerServices
Imports System.Reflection
Imports System.ComponentModel

Module EnumExtensions
  Private _Descriptions As New Dictionary(Of String, String)

  ''' <summary>
  ''' This extension method adds a Description method
  ''' to all enum members. The result of the method is the
  ''' value of the Description attribute if present, else
  ''' the normal ToString() representation of the enum value.
  ''' </summary>
  <Extension>
  Public Function Description(e As [Enum]) As String
    ' Get the type of the enum
    Dim enumType As Type = e.GetType()
    ' Get the name of the enum value
    Dim name As String = e.ToString()

    ' Construct a full name for this enum value
    Dim fullName As String = enumType.FullName + "." + name

    ' See if we have looked it up earlier
    Dim enumDescription As String = Nothing
    If _Descriptions.TryGetValue(fullName, enumDescription) Then
      ' Yes we have - return previous value
      Return enumDescription
    End If

    ' Find the value of the Description attribute on this enum value
    Dim members As MemberInfo() = enumType.GetMember(name)
    If members IsNot Nothing AndAlso members.Length > 0 Then
      Dim descriptions() As Object = members(0).GetCustomAttributes(GetType(DescriptionAttribute), False)
      If descriptions IsNot Nothing AndAlso descriptions.Length > 0 Then
        ' Set name to description found
        name = DirectCast(descriptions(0), DescriptionAttribute).Description
      End If
    End If

    ' Save the name in the dictionary:
    _Descriptions.Add(fullName, name)

    ' Return the name
    Return name
  End Function
End Module

Because looking up description attributes using Reflection is slow, the lookups are also cached in a private Dictionary, that is populated on demand.

(Sorry for the VB.NET solution - it should be relatively straighforward to translate it to C#, and my C# is rusty on new subjects like extensions)

Shell script to set environment variables

I cannot solve it with source ./myscript.sh. It says the source not found error.
Failed also when using . ./myscript.sh. It gives can't open myscript.sh.

So my option is put it in a text file to be called in the next script.

#!/bin/sh
echo "Perform Operation in su mode"
echo "ARCH=arm" >> environment.txt
echo "Export ARCH=arm Executed"
export PATH="/home/linux/Practise/linux-devkit/bin/:$PATH"
echo "Export path done"
export "CROSS_COMPILE='/home/linux/Practise/linux-devkit/bin/arm-arago-linux-gnueabi-' ## What's next to -?" >> environment.txt
echo "Export CROSS_COMPILE done"
# continue your compilation commands here
...

Tnen call it whenever is needed:

while read -r line; do
    line=$(sed -e 's/[[:space:]]*$//' <<<${line})
    var=`echo $line | cut -d '=' -f1`; test=$(echo $var)
    if [ -z "$(test)" ];then eval export "$line";fi
done <environment.txt

How to get row count using ResultSet in Java?

If you have access to the prepared statement that results in this resultset, you can use

connection.prepareStatement(sql, 
  ResultSet.TYPE_SCROLL_INSENSITIVE, 
  ResultSet.CONCUR_READ_ONLY);

This prepares your statement in a way that you can rewind the cursor. This is also documented in the ResultSet Javadoc

In general, however, forwarding and rewinding cursors may be quite inefficient for large result sets. Another option in SQL Server would be to calculate the total number of rows directly in your SQL statement:

SELECT my_table.*, count(*) over () total_rows
FROM my_table
WHERE ...

How to move files from one git repo to another (not a clone), preserving history

The below method to migrate my GIT Stash to GitLab by maintaining all branches and preserving history.

Clone the old repository to local.

git clone --bare <STASH-URL>

Create an empty repository in GitLab.

git push --mirror <GitLab-URL>

The above I performed when we migrated our code from stash to GitLab and it worked very well.

How do I make case-insensitive queries on Mongodb?

  1. With Mongoose (and Node), this worked:

    • User.find({ email: /^[email protected]$/i })

    • User.find({ email: new RegExp(`^${emailVariable}$`, 'i') })

  2. In MongoDB, this worked:

Both lines are case-insensitive. The email in the DB could be [email protected] and both lines will still find the object in the DB.

Likewise, we could use /^[email protected]$/i and it would still find email: [email protected] in the DB.

Convert or extract TTC font to TTF - how to?

You can use onlinefontconverter.com site. It works fine and have plenty of output formats (afm bin cff dfont eot pfa pfb pfm ps pt3 suit svg t42 tfm ttc ttf woff). One of the advantages I saw, is that it export all the fonts contained inside the ttc at once (which is very convenient).

How to create a global variable?

From the official Swift programming guide:

Global variables are variables that are defined outside of any function, method, closure, or type context. Global constants and variables are always computed lazily.

You can define it in any file and can access it in current module anywhere. So you can define it somewhere in the file outside of any scope. There is no need for static and all global variables are computed lazily.

 var yourVariable = "someString"

You can access this from anywhere in the current module.

However you should avoid this as Global variables are not good for application state and mainly reason of bugs.

As shown in this answer, in Swift you can encapsulate them in struct and can access anywhere. You can define static variables or constant in Swift also. Encapsulate in struct

struct MyVariables {
    static var yourVariable = "someString"
}

You can use this variable in any class or anywhere

let string = MyVariables.yourVariable
println("Global variable:\(string)")

//Changing value of it
MyVariables.yourVariable = "anotherString"

inverting image in Python with OpenCV

You almost did it. You were tricked by the fact that abs(imagem-255) will give a wrong result since your dtype is an unsigned integer. You have to do (255-imagem) in order to keep the integers unsigned:

def inverte(imagem, name):
    imagem = (255-imagem)
    cv2.imwrite(name, imagem)

You can also invert the image using the bitwise_not function of OpenCV:

imagem = cv2.bitwise_not(imagem)

Checking if a number is an Integer in Java

    if((number%1)!=0)
    {
        System.out.println("not a integer");
    }
    else
    {
        System.out.println("integer");
    }

Referenced Project gets "lost" at Compile Time

Make sure that both projects have same target framework version here: right click on project -> properties -> application (tab) -> target framework

Also, make sure that the project "logger" (which you want to include in the main project) has the output type "Class Library" in: right click on project -> properties -> application (tab) -> output type

Finally, Rebuild the solution.

Java2D: Increase the line width

You should use setStroke to set a stroke of the Graphics2D object.

The example at http://www.java2s.com gives you some code examples.

The following code produces the image below:

import java.awt.*;
import java.awt.geom.Line2D;
import javax.swing.*;

public class FrameTest {
    public static void main(String[] args) {
        JFrame jf = new JFrame("Demo");
        Container cp = jf.getContentPane();
        cp.add(new JComponent() {
            public void paintComponent(Graphics g) {
                Graphics2D g2 = (Graphics2D) g;
                g2.setStroke(new BasicStroke(10));
                g2.draw(new Line2D.Float(30, 20, 80, 90));
            }
        });
        jf.setSize(300, 200);
        jf.setVisible(true);
    }
}

enter image description here

(Note that the setStroke method is not available in the Graphics object. You have to cast it to a Graphics2D object.)


This post has been rewritten as an article here.

Proper use of 'yield return'

Return the list directly. Benefits:

  • It's more clear
  • The list is reusable. (the iterator is not) not actually true, Thanks Jon

You should use the iterator (yield) from when you think you probably won't have to iterate all the way to the end of the list, or when it has no end. For example, the client calling is going to be searching for the first product that satisfies some predicate, you might consider using the iterator, although that's a contrived example, and there are probably better ways to accomplish it. Basically, if you know in advance that the whole list will need to be calculated, just do it up front. If you think that it won't, then consider using the iterator version.

docker build with --build-arg with multiple arguments

The above answer by pl_rock is correct, the only thing I would add is to expect the ARG inside the Dockerfile if not you won't have access to it. So if you are doing

docker build -t essearch/ess-elasticsearch:1.7.6 --build-arg number_of_shards=5 --build-arg number_of_replicas=2 --no-cache .

Then inside the Dockerfile you should add

ARG number_of_replicas
ARG number_of_shards

I was running into this problem, so I hope I help someone (myself) in the future.

Creating and Naming Worksheet in Excel VBA

Are you committing the cell before pressing the button (pressing Enter)? The contents of the cell must be stored before it can be used to name a sheet.

A better way to do this is to pop up a dialog box and get the name you wish to use.

Generating a random hex color code with PHP

$rand = str_pad(dechex(rand(0x000000, 0xFFFFFF)), 6, 0, STR_PAD_LEFT);
echo('#' . $rand);

You can change rand() in for mt_rand() if you want, and you can put strtoupper() around the str_pad() to make the random number look nicer (although it’s not required).

It works perfectly and is way simpler than all the other methods described here :)

json_encode is returning NULL?

I bet you are retrieving data in non-utf8 encoding: try to put mysql_query('SET CHARACTER SET utf8') before your SELECT query.

How can I check if an element exists in the visible DOM?

jQuery solution:

if ($('#elementId').length) {
    // element exists, do something...
}

This worked for me using jQuery and did not require $('#elementId')[0] to be used.

Can we rely on String.isEmpty for checking null condition on a String in Java?

Use StringUtils.isEmpty instead, it will also check for null.

Examples are:

 StringUtils.isEmpty(null)      = true
 StringUtils.isEmpty("")        = true
 StringUtils.isEmpty(" ")       = false
 StringUtils.isEmpty("bob")     = false
 StringUtils.isEmpty("  bob  ") = false

See more on official Documentation on String Utils.

Write code to convert given number into words (eg 1234 as input should output one thousand two hundred and thirty four)

Instead of switch statements, consider using tables of strings indexed by a small value.

const char * const ones[20] = {"zero", "one", "two", ..., "nineteen"};
const char * const tens[10] = {"", "ten", "twenty", ..., "ninety"};

Now break the problem into small pieces. Write a function that can output a single-digit number. Then write a function that can handle a two-digit number (which will probably use the previous function). Continue building up the functions as necessary.

Create a list of test cases with expected output, and write code to call your functions and check the output, so that, as you fix problems for the more complicated cases, you can be sure that the simpler cases continue to work.

jQuery $.cookie is not a function

add this cookie plugin for jquery.

<script type="text/javascript" src="https://cdnjs.cloudflare.com/ajax/libs/jquery-cookie/1.4.1/jquery.cookie.min.js"></script>

Javascript logical "!==" operator?

!==

This is the strict not equal operator and only returns a value of true if both the operands are not equal and/or not of the same type. The following examples return a Boolean true:

a !== b
a !== "2"
4 !== '4' 

What is INSTALL_PARSE_FAILED_NO_CERTIFICATES error?

Its because previously generated build and current is having conflict in signature version between v1(jar signature) and v2(full APK Signature),

To fix tick proper signature version under Generate Signed APK dialog

Java Wait for thread to finish

Generally, when you want to wait for a thread to finish, you should call join() on it.

Adding a SVN repository in Eclipse

I found this problem when I changed my SVN password.

How to resolve First, remove Subversion folder in {Documents and Settings}{user login}\Application Data\Subversion -> It doesn't work

After, rename my current user login profile from {Documents and Settings}{user login} to {Documents and Settings}{user login}_bakup and login agian -> It work...

I assumed -> SVN or JavaHL bind authorized user with {user login} or keep it in user profile of window.

How to delete from a text file, all lines that contain a specific string?

To get a inplace like result with grep you can do this:

echo "$(grep -v "pattern" filename)" >filename

Angular JS: Full example of GET/POST/DELETE/PUT client for a REST/CRUD backend?

Because your update uses PUT method, {entryId: $scope.entryId} is considered as data, to tell angular generate from the PUT data, you need to add params: {entryId: '@entryId'} when you define your update, which means

return $resource('http://localhost\\:3000/realmen/:entryId', {}, {
  query: {method:'GET', params:{entryId:''}, isArray:true},
  post: {method:'POST'},
  update: {method:'PUT', params: {entryId: '@entryId'}},
  remove: {method:'DELETE'}
});

Fix: Was missing a closing curly brace on the update line.

return, return None, and no return at all?

On the actual behavior, there is no difference. They all return None and that's it. However, there is a time and place for all of these. The following instructions are basically how the different methods should be used (or at least how I was taught they should be used), but they are not absolute rules so you can mix them up if you feel necessary to.

Using return None

This tells that the function is indeed meant to return a value for later use, and in this case it returns None. This value None can then be used elsewhere. return None is never used if there are no other possible return values from the function.

In the following example, we return person's mother if the person given is a human. If it's not a human, we return None since the person doesn't have a mother (let's suppose it's not an animal or something).

def get_mother(person):
    if is_human(person):
        return person.mother
    else:
        return None

Using return

This is used for the same reason as break in loops. The return value doesn't matter and you only want to exit the whole function. It's extremely useful in some places, even though you don't need it that often.

We've got 15 prisoners and we know one of them has a knife. We loop through each prisoner one by one to check if they have a knife. If we hit the person with a knife, we can just exit the function because we know there's only one knife and no reason the check rest of the prisoners. If we don't find the prisoner with a knife, we raise an alert. This could be done in many different ways and using return is probably not even the best way, but it's just an example to show how to use return for exiting a function.

def find_prisoner_with_knife(prisoners):
    for prisoner in prisoners:
        if "knife" in prisoner.items:
            prisoner.move_to_inquisition()
            return # no need to check rest of the prisoners nor raise an alert
    raise_alert()

Note: You should never do var = find_prisoner_with_knife(), since the return value is not meant to be caught.

Using no return at all

This will also return None, but that value is not meant to be used or caught. It simply means that the function ended successfully. It's basically the same as return in void functions in languages such as C++ or Java.

In the following example, we set person's mother's name and then the function exits after completing successfully.

def set_mother(person, mother):
    if is_human(person):
        person.mother = mother

Note: You should never do var = set_mother(my_person, my_mother), since the return value is not meant to be caught.

difference between variables inside and outside of __init__()

In Python, a class comes with member functions (methods), class variables, attributes/instance variables (and probably class methods too):

class Employee:

    # Class Variable
    company = "mycompany.com"

    def __init__(self, first_name, last_name, position):
        # Instance Variables
        self._first_name = first_name
        self._last_name = last_name
        self._position = position

    # Member function
    def get_full_name(self):
        return f"{self._first_name} {self._last_name}"

By creating an instance of the object

my_employee = Employee("John", "Wood", "Software Engineer")

we essentially trigger __init__ that is going to initialise the instance variables of the newly created Employee. This means that _first_name, _last_name and _position are explicit parameters of the specific my_employee instance.

Likewise, member functions return information or change the state of a specific instance.


Now any variable defined outside the constructor __init__ are considered to be class variables. Those variables are shared amongst all the instances of the class.

john = Employee("John", "Wood", "Software Engineer")
bob = Employee("Bob", "Smith", "DevOps Engineer0")

print(john.get_full_name())
print(bob.get_full_name())
print(john.company)
print(bob.company)

>>> John Wood
>>> Bob Smith
>>> mycompany.com
>>> mycompany.com

You can also use class methods in order to change the class variable for all the instances of the class. For example:

@classmethod
def change_my_companys_name(cls, name):
    cls.company = name

and now change_my_companys_name()

bob.change_my_companys_name("mynewcompany.com")

will have effect on all the instances of class Employee:

print(bob.company)
print(john.company)

>>> mynewcompany.com
>>> mynewcompany.com

How do I insert a JPEG image into a python Tkinter window?

Try this:

import tkinter as tk
from PIL import ImageTk, Image

#This creates the main window of an application
window = tk.Tk()
window.title("Join")
window.geometry("300x300")
window.configure(background='grey')

path = "Aaron.jpg"

#Creates a Tkinter-compatible photo image, which can be used everywhere Tkinter expects an image object.
img = ImageTk.PhotoImage(Image.open(path))

#The Label widget is a standard Tkinter widget used to display a text or image on the screen.
panel = tk.Label(window, image = img)

#The Pack geometry manager packs widgets in rows or columns.
panel.pack(side = "bottom", fill = "both", expand = "yes")

#Start the GUI
window.mainloop()

Related docs: ImageTk Module, Tkinter Label Widget, Tkinter Pack Geometry Manager

View RDD contents in Python Spark?

In Spark 2.0 (I didn't tested with earlier versions). Simply:

print myRDD.take(n)

Where n is the number of lines and myRDD is wc in your case.

What is going wrong when Visual Studio tells me "xcopy exited with code 4"

I got this along with the message

Invalid drive specification

when copying to a network share without specifying the drive name, e.g.

xcopy . \\localhost

where

xcopy . \\localhost\share

was expected

How to change the Content of a <textarea> with JavaScript

Like this:

document.getElementById('myTextarea').value = '';

or like this in jQuery:

$('#myTextarea').val('');

Where you have

<textarea id="myTextarea" name="something">This text gets removed</textarea>

For all the downvoters and non-believers:

Remote desktop connection protocol error 0x112f

Might not be a solution for all but I found that if I reduced the screen resolution of the RDP session, I was able to get in. The server was at 95% capacity I went from 3 high res monitors to 1 800x600 window.

Display all post meta keys and meta values of the same post ID in wordpress

$myvals = get_post_meta( get_the_ID());
foreach($myvals as $key=>$val){
  foreach($val as $vals){
    if ($key=='Youtube'){
       echo $vals 
    }
   }
 }

Key = Youtube videos all meta keys for youtube videos and value

How to create User/Database in script for Docker Postgres

With docker compose there's a simple alternative (no need to create a Dockerfile). Just create a init-database.sh:

#!/bin/bash
set -e

psql -v ON_ERROR_STOP=1 --username "$POSTGRES_USER" --dbname "$POSTGRES_DB" <<-EOSQL
    CREATE USER docker;
    CREATE DATABASE my_project_development;
    GRANT ALL PRIVILEGES ON DATABASE my_project_development TO docker;
    CREATE DATABASE my_project_test;
    GRANT ALL PRIVILEGES ON DATABASE my_project_test TO docker;
EOSQL

And reference it in the volumes section:

version: '3.4'

services:
  postgres:
    image: postgres
    restart: unless-stopped
    volumes:
      - postgres:/var/lib/postgresql/data
      - ./init-database.sh:/docker-entrypoint-initdb.d/init-database.sh
    environment:
      - POSTGRES_USER=postgres
      - POSTGRES_PASSWORD=postgres
    ports:
      - 5432:5432

volumes:
  postgres:

React prevent event bubbling in nested components on click

I had the same issue. I found stopPropagation did work. I would split the list item into a separate component, as so:

class List extends React.Component {
  handleClick = e => {
    // do something
  }

  render() {
    return (
      <ul onClick={this.handleClick}>
        <ListItem onClick={this.handleClick}>Item</ListItem> 
      </ul>
    )
  }
}

class ListItem extends React.Component {
  handleClick = e => {
    e.stopPropagation();  //  <------ Here is the magic
    this.props.onClick();
  }

  render() {
    return (
      <li onClick={this.handleClick}>
        {this.props.children}
      </li>       
    )
  }
}

How to make audio autoplay on chrome

You may simply use (.autoplay = true;) as following (tested on Chrome Desktop):

<audio id="audioID" loop> <source src="path/audio.mp3"  type="audio/mp3"></audio>

<script>
var myaudio = document.getElementById("audioID").autoplay = true;
</script>

If you need to add stop/play buttons:

<button onclick="play()" type="button">playbutton</button>
<button onclick="stop()" type="button">stopbutton</button>

<audio id="audioID" autoplay loop> <source src="path/audio.mp3"  type="audio/mp3"> 
</audio>

<script>
var myaudio = document.getElementById("audioID");

function play() { 
return myaudio.play(); 
};

function stop() {
return myaudio.pause(); 
};
</script>

If you want stop/play to be one single button:

<button onclick="PlayStop()" type="button">button</button>


<audio id="audioID" autoplay loop> <source src="path/audio.mp3"  type="audio/mp3"> 
</audio>

<script>
var myaudio = document.getElementById("audioID");

function PlayStop() { 
return myaudio.paused ? myaudio.play() : myaudio.pause();
};
</script>

If you want to display stop/play on the same button:

<button onclick="PlayStop()" type="button">Play</button>


<audio id="audioID" autoplay loop> <source src="path/audio.mp3"  type="audio/mp3"> 
</audio>

<script>
var myaudio = document.getElementById("audioID");

function PlayStop() { 
if (elem.innerText=="Play") {
    elem.innerText = "Stop";
}
else {
    elem.innerText = "Play";
}
return myaudio.paused ? myaudio.play() : myaudio.pause();
};`
</script>

In some browsers audio may doesn't work correctly, so as a trick try adding iframe before your code:

<iframe src="dummy.mp3" allow="autoplay" id="audio" style="display:none"></iframe>

<button onclick="PlayStop()" type="button">Play</button>


<audio id="audioID" autoplay loop> <source src="path/audio.mp3"  type="audio/mp3"> 
</audio>

<script>
var myaudio = document.getElementById("audioID");

function button() { 
if (elem.innerText=="Play") {
    elem.innerText = "Stop";
}
else {
    elem.innerText = "Play";
}
return myaudio.paused ? myaudio.play() : myaudio.pause();
};
</script>

Difference between WebStorm and PHPStorm

PhpStorm supports all the features of WebStorm but some are not bundled so you might need to install the corresponding plugin for some framework via Settings > Plugins > Install JetBrains Plugin.

Official comment - jetbrains.com

Visual Studio Code: format is not using indent settings

the settings below solved my issue

  "editor.detectIndentation": false,
  "editor.insertSpaces": false,
  "editor.tabSize": 2,

How to "grep" for a filename instead of the contents of a file?

find -iname "file_name"

Syntax :-
find -type type_descriptor file_name_here

type_descriptor types:-

f: regular file

d: directory

l: symbolic link

c: character devices

b: block devices

equivalent of rm and mv in windows .cmd

If you want to see a more detailed discussion of differences for the commands, see the Details about Differences section, below.

From the LeMoDa.net website1 (archived), specifically the Windows and Unix command line equivalents page (archived), I found the following2. There's a better/more complete table in the next edit.

Windows command     Unix command
rmdir               rmdir
rmdir /s            rm -r
move                mv

I'm interested to hear from @Dave and @javadba to hear how equivalent the commands are - how the "behavior and capabilities" compare, whether quite similar or "woefully NOT equivalent".

All I found out was that when I used it to try and recursively remove a directory and its constituent files and subdirectories, e.g.

(Windows cmd)>rmdir /s C:\my\dirwithsubdirs\

gave me a standard Windows-knows-better-than-you-do-are-you-sure message and prompt

dirwithsubdirs, Are you sure (Y/N)?

and that when I typed Y, the result was that my top directory and its constituent files and subdirectories went away.


Edit

I'm looking back at this after finding this answer. I retried each of the commands, and I'd change the table a little bit.

Windows command     Unix command
rmdir               rmdir
rmdir /s /q         rm -r
rmdir /s /q         rm -rf
rmdir /s            rm -ri
move                mv
del <file>          rm <file>

If you want the equivalent for

rm -rf

you can use

rmdir /s /q

or, as the author of the answer I sourced described,

But there is another "old school" way to do it that was used back in the day when commands did not have options to suppress confirmation messages. Simply ECHO the needed response and pipe the value into the command.

echo y | rmdir /s


Details about Differences

I tested each of the commands using Windows CMD and Cygwin (with its bash).

Before each test, I made the following setup.

Windows CMD

>mkdir this_directory
>echo some text stuff > this_directory/some.txt
>mkdir this_empty_directory

Cygwin bash

$ mkdir this_directory
$ echo "some text stuff" > this_directory/some.txt
$ mkdir this_empty_directory

That resulted in the following file structure for both.

base
|-- this_directory
|   `-- some.txt
`-- this_empty_directory

Here are the results. Note that I'll not mark each as CMD or bash; the CMD will have a > in front, and the bash will have a $ in front.

RMDIR

>rmdir this_directory
The directory is not empty.

>tree /a /f .
Folder PATH listing for volume Windows
Volume serial number is ¦¦¦¦¦¦¦¦ ¦¦¦¦:¦¦¦¦
base
+---this_directory
|       some.txt
|
\---this_empty_directory

> rmdir this_empty_directory

>tree /a /f .
base
\---this_directory
        some.txt
$ rmdir this_directory
rmdir: failed to remove 'this_directory': Directory not empty

$ tree --charset=ascii
base
|-- this_directory
|   `-- some.txt
`-- this_empty_directory

2 directories, 1 file

$ rmdir this_empty_directory

$ tree --charset=ascii
base
`-- this_directory
    `-- some.txt

RMDIR /S /Q and RM -R ; RM -RF

>rmdir /s /q this_directory

>tree /a /f
base
\---this_empty_directory

>rmdir /s /q this_empty_directory

>tree /a /f
base
No subfolders exist
$ rm -r this_directory

$ tree --charset=ascii
base
`-- this_empty_directory

$ rm -r this_empty_directory

$ tree --charset=ascii
base
0 directories, 0 files
$ rm -rf this_directory

$ tree --charset=ascii
base
`-- this_empty_directory

$ rm -rf this_empty_directory

$ tree --charset=ascii
base
0 directories, 0 files

RMDIR /S AND RM -RI Here, we have a bit of a difference, but they're pretty close.

>rmdir /s this_directory
this_directory, Are you sure (Y/N)? y

>tree /a /f
base
\---this_empty_directory

>rmdir /s this_empty_directory
this_empty_directory, Are you sure (Y/N)? y

>tree /a /f
base
No subfolders exist
$ rm -ri this_directory
rm: descend into directory 'this_directory'? y
rm: remove regular file 'this_directory/some.txt'? y
rm: remove directory 'this_directory'? y

$ tree --charset=ascii
base
`-- this_empty_directory

$ rm -ri this_empty_directory
rm: remove directory 'this_empty_directory'? y

$ tree --charset=ascii
base
0 directories, 0 files

I'M HOPING TO GET A MORE THOROUGH MOVE AND MV TEST


Notes

  1. I know almost nothing about the LeMoDa website, other than the fact that the info is

Copyright © Ben Bullock 2009-2018. All rights reserved.

(archived copyright notice)

and that there seem to be a bunch of useful programming tips along with some humour (yes, the British spelling) and information on how to fix Japanese toilets. I also found some stuff talking about the "Ibaraki Report", but I don't know if that is the website.

I think I shall go there more often; it's quite useful. Props to Ben Bullock, whose email is on his page. If he wants me to remove this info, I will.

I will include the disclaimer (archived) from the site:

Disclaimer Please read the following disclaimer before using any of the computer program code on this site.

There Is No Warranty For The Program, To The Extent Permitted By Applicable Law. Except When Otherwise Stated In Writing The Copyright Holders And/Or Other Parties Provide The Program “As Is” Without Warranty Of Any Kind, Either Expressed Or Implied, Including, But Not Limited To, The Implied Warranties Of Merchantability And Fitness For A Particular Purpose. The Entire Risk As To The Quality And Performance Of The Program Is With You. Should The Program Prove Defective, You Assume The Cost Of All Necessary Servicing, Repair Or Correction.

In No Event Unless Required By Applicable Law Or Agreed To In Writing Will Any Copyright Holder, Or Any Other Party Who Modifies And/Or Conveys The Program As Permitted Above, Be Liable To You For Damages, Including Any General, Special, Incidental Or Consequential Damages Arising Out Of The Use Or Inability To Use The Program (Including But Not Limited To Loss Of Data Or Data Being Rendered Inaccurate Or Losses Sustained By You Or Third Parties Or A Failure Of The Program To Operate With Any Other Programs), Even If Such Holder Or Other Party Has Been Advised Of The Possibility Of Such Damages.


  1. Actually, I found the information with a Google search for "cmd equivalent of rm"

https://www.google.com/search?q=cmd+equivalent+of+rm

The information I'm sharing came up first.

How to correctly assign a new string value?

The first example doesn't work because you can't assign values to arrays - arrays work (sort of) like const pointers in this respect. What you can do though is copy a new value into the array:

strcpy(p.name, "Jane");

Char arrays are fine to use if you know the maximum size of the string in advance, e.g. in the first example you are 100% sure that the name will fit into 19 characters (not 20 because one character is always needed to store the terminating zero value).

Conversely, pointers are better if you don't know the possible maximum size of your string, and/or you want to optimize your memory usage, e.g. avoid reserving 512 characters for the name "John". However, with pointers you need to dynamically allocate the buffer they point to, and free it when not needed anymore, to avoid memory leaks.

Update: example of dynamically allocated buffers (using the struct definition in your 2nd example):

char* firstName = "Johnnie";
char* surname = "B. Goode";
person p;

p.name = malloc(strlen(firstName) + 1);
p.surname = malloc(strlen(surname) + 1);

p.age = 25;
strcpy(p.name, firstName);
strcpy(p.surname, surname);

printf("Name: %s; Age: %d\n",p.name,p.age);

free(p.surname);
free(p.name);

jquery Ajax call - data parameters are not being passed to MVC Controller action

If you have trouble with caching ajax you can turn it off:

$.ajaxSetup({cache: false});

How to display all elements in an arraylist?

Tangential: String.format() rocks:

public String toString() {
    return String.format("%s %s", getMake(), getReg());
}

private static void printAll() {
    for (Car car: cars)
        System.out.println(car); // invokes Car.toString()
}

how to implement a long click listener on a listview

In xml add

<ListView android:longClickable="true">

In java file

lv.setLongClickable(true) 

try this setOnItemLongClickListener()

lv.setOnItemLongClickListener(new AdapterView.OnItemLongClickListener() {
            @Override
            public boolean onItemLongClick(AdapterView<?> adapterView, View view, int pos, long l) {
                //final String category = "Position at : "+pos;
                final String category = ((TextView) view.findViewById(R.id.textView)).getText().toString();
                Toast.makeText(getActivity(),""+category,Toast.LENGTH_LONG).show();
                args = new Bundle();
                args.putString("category", category);
                return false;
            }
        });

How to get certain commit from GitHub project

Try the following command sequence:

$ git fetch origin <copy/past commit sha1 here>
$ git checkout FETCH_HEAD
$ git push origin master

ASP.NET MVC Ajax Error handling

I did a quick solution because I was short of time and it worked ok. Although I think the better option is use an Exception Filter, maybe my solution can help in the case that a simple solution is needed.

I did the following. In the controller method I returned a JsonResult with a property "Success" inside the Data:

    [HttpPut]
    public JsonResult UpdateEmployeeConfig(EmployeConfig employeToSave) 
    {
        if (!ModelState.IsValid)
        {
            return new JsonResult
            {
                Data = new { ErrorMessage = "Model is not valid", Success = false },
                ContentEncoding = System.Text.Encoding.UTF8,
                JsonRequestBehavior = JsonRequestBehavior.DenyGet
            };
        }
        try
        {
            MyDbContext db = new MyDbContext();

            db.Entry(employeToSave).State = EntityState.Modified;
            db.SaveChanges();

            DTO.EmployeConfig user = (DTO.EmployeConfig)Session["EmployeLoggin"];

            if (employeToSave.Id == user.Id)
            {
                user.Company = employeToSave.Company;
                user.Language = employeToSave.Language;
                user.Money = employeToSave.Money;
                user.CostCenter = employeToSave.CostCenter;

                Session["EmployeLoggin"] = user;
            }
        }
        catch (Exception ex) 
        {
            return new JsonResult
            {
                Data = new { ErrorMessage = ex.Message, Success = false },
                ContentEncoding = System.Text.Encoding.UTF8,
                JsonRequestBehavior = JsonRequestBehavior.DenyGet
            };
        }

        return new JsonResult() { Data = new { Success = true }, };
    }

Later in the ajax call I just asked for this property to know if I had an exception:

$.ajax({
    url: 'UpdateEmployeeConfig',
    type: 'PUT',
    data: JSON.stringify(EmployeConfig),
    contentType: "application/json;charset=utf-8",
    success: function (data) {
        if (data.Success) {
            //This is for the example. Please do something prettier for the user, :)
            alert('All was really ok');                                           
        }
        else {
            alert('Oups.. we had errors: ' + data.ErrorMessage);
        }
    },
    error: function (request, status, error) {
       alert('oh, errors here. The call to the server is not working.')
    }
});

Hope this helps. Happy code! :P

Visual Studio can't build due to rc.exe

Here is my almost similar case:
I have VC2010 working project under Win7 32bit. I make clean install of VC2013 under Win8.1 64bit After successful converting of my project from VC2010 to VC2013, during 1st compilation the following error rise:
Finished generating code
LINK : fatal error LNK1158: cannot run 'rc.exe'

Solution 1:
Delete whole line “<ExecutablePath Condition=”...”>...</ExecutablePath>” in element “<PropertyGroup>” in NameOfYourSolution.vcxproj file in notepad before to run VC2013
Solution 2:
Copy only two files: rc.exe and rcdll.dll from “c:\Program Files (x86)\Windows Kits\8.1\bin\x86\” to “c:\Program Files (x86)\Microsoft Visual Studio 12.0\VC\bin\” and compilation will be successful!!
Note:
a)It is not need to touch any PATH or other Windows or VC environment variables.
b)“Platform Toolset” (Project Property Pages –> Configuration Properties –> General) will be automatic set to “Visual Studio 2013 (v120)” (not change it to “Visual Studio 2010” to be able to continue to develop your project under VC2013 concepts)

Code snippet or shortcut to create a constructor in Visual Studio

  1. Press Alt + Enter
  2. Select "Generate Constructor"
  3. Select required members

A parameterized constructor is generated with the selected members.

Posting array from form

What you are doing is not necessarily bad practice but it does however require an extraordinary amount of typing. I would accomplish what you are trying to do like this.

foreach($_POST as $var => $val){
    $$var = $val;
}

This will take all the POST variables and put them in their own individual variables. So if you have a input field named email and the luser puts in [email protected] you will have a var named $email with a value of "[email protected]".

How do I disable the security certificate check in Python requests

From the documentation:

requests can also ignore verifying the SSL certificate if you set verify to False.

>>> requests.get('https://kennethreitz.com', verify=False)
<Response [200]>

If you're using a third-party module and want to disable the checks, here's a context manager that monkey patches requests and changes it so that verify=False is the default and suppresses the warning.

import warnings
import contextlib

import requests
from urllib3.exceptions import InsecureRequestWarning


old_merge_environment_settings = requests.Session.merge_environment_settings

@contextlib.contextmanager
def no_ssl_verification():
    opened_adapters = set()

    def merge_environment_settings(self, url, proxies, stream, verify, cert):
        # Verification happens only once per connection so we need to close
        # all the opened adapters once we're done. Otherwise, the effects of
        # verify=False persist beyond the end of this context manager.
        opened_adapters.add(self.get_adapter(url))

        settings = old_merge_environment_settings(self, url, proxies, stream, verify, cert)
        settings['verify'] = False

        return settings

    requests.Session.merge_environment_settings = merge_environment_settings

    try:
        with warnings.catch_warnings():
            warnings.simplefilter('ignore', InsecureRequestWarning)
            yield
    finally:
        requests.Session.merge_environment_settings = old_merge_environment_settings

        for adapter in opened_adapters:
            try:
                adapter.close()
            except:
                pass

Here's how you use it:

with no_ssl_verification():
    requests.get('https://wrong.host.badssl.com/')
    print('It works')

    requests.get('https://wrong.host.badssl.com/', verify=True)
    print('Even if you try to force it to')

requests.get('https://wrong.host.badssl.com/', verify=False)
print('It resets back')

session = requests.Session()
session.verify = True

with no_ssl_verification():
    session.get('https://wrong.host.badssl.com/', verify=True)
    print('Works even here')

try:
    requests.get('https://wrong.host.badssl.com/')
except requests.exceptions.SSLError:
    print('It breaks')

try:
    session.get('https://wrong.host.badssl.com/')
except requests.exceptions.SSLError:
    print('It breaks here again')

Note that this code closes all open adapters that handled a patched request once you leave the context manager. This is because requests maintains a per-session connection pool and certificate validation happens only once per connection so unexpected things like this will happen:

>>> import requests
>>> session = requests.Session()
>>> session.get('https://wrong.host.badssl.com/', verify=False)
/usr/local/lib/python3.7/site-packages/urllib3/connectionpool.py:857: InsecureRequestWarning: Unverified HTTPS request is being made. Adding certificate verification is strongly advised. See: https://urllib3.readthedocs.io/en/latest/advanced-usage.html#ssl-warnings
  InsecureRequestWarning)
<Response [200]>
>>> session.get('https://wrong.host.badssl.com/', verify=True)
/usr/local/lib/python3.7/site-packages/urllib3/connectionpool.py:857: InsecureRequestWarning: Unverified HTTPS request is being made. Adding certificate verification is strongly advised. See: https://urllib3.readthedocs.io/en/latest/advanced-usage.html#ssl-warnings
  InsecureRequestWarning)
<Response [200]>

How to find elements with 'value=x'?

$('#attached_docs [value="123"]').find ... .remove();

it should do your need however, you cannot duplicate id! remember it

Should I use the datetime or timestamp data type in MySQL?

I always use a Unix timestamp, simply to maintain sanity when dealing with a lot of datetime information, especially when performing adjustments for timezones, adding/subtracting dates, and the like. When comparing timestamps, this excludes the complicating factors of timezone and allows you to spare resources in your server side processing (Whether it be application code or database queries) in that you make use of light weight arithmetic rather then heavier date-time add/subtract functions.

Another thing worth considering:

If you're building an application, you never know how your data might have to be used down the line. If you wind up having to, say, compare a bunch of records in your data set, with, say, a bunch of items from a third-party API, and say, put them in chronological order, you'll be happy to have Unix timestamps for your rows. Even if you decide to use MySQL timestamps, store a Unix timestamp as insurance.

ADB error: cannot connect to daemon

Make sure that Kies is installed, but not running.

On your phone make sure you have USB Debugging mode enabled.

If still not successful, disable any Antivirus software.

What are pipe and tap methods in Angular tutorial?

You are right, the documentation lacks of those methods. However when I dug into rxjs repository, I found nice comments about tap (too long to paste here) and pipe operators:

  /**
   * Used to stitch together functional operators into a chain.
   * @method pipe
   * @return {Observable} the Observable result of all of the operators having
   * been called in the order they were passed in.
   *
   * @example
   *
   * import { map, filter, scan } from 'rxjs/operators';
   *
   * Rx.Observable.interval(1000)
   *   .pipe(
   *     filter(x => x % 2 === 0),
   *     map(x => x + x),
   *     scan((acc, x) => acc + x)
   *   )
   *   .subscribe(x => console.log(x))
   */

In brief:

Pipe: Used to stitch together functional operators into a chain. Before we could just do observable.filter().map().scan(), but since every RxJS operator is a standalone function rather than an Observable's method, we need pipe() to make a chain of those operators (see example above).

Tap: Can perform side effects with observed data but does not modify the stream in any way. Formerly called do(). You can think of it as if observable was an array over time, then tap() would be an equivalent to Array.forEach().

Make selected block of text uppercase

In Linux and Mac there are not default shortcuts, so try to set your custom shortcut and be careful about don't choose a hotkey used (For example, CTRL+U is taken for uncomment)

  1. File-> Preferences -> Keyboard Shortcuts.
  2. Type 'transfrom' in the search input to find transform shortcuts.
  3. Edit your key combination.

In my case I have CTRL+U CTRL+U for transform to uppercase and CTRL+L CTRL+L for transform to lowercase

enter image description here

Just in case, for Mac instead of CTRL I used ?

Time complexity of Euclid's Algorithm

There's a great look at this on the wikipedia article.

It even has a nice plot of complexity for value pairs.

It is not O(a%b).

It is known (see article) that it will never take more steps than five times the number of digits in the smaller number. So the max number of steps grows as the number of digits (ln b). The cost of each step also grows as the number of digits, so the complexity is bound by O(ln^2 b) where b is the smaller number. That's an upper limit, and the actual time is usually less.

ReadFile in Base64 Nodejs

Latest and greatest way to do this:

Node supports file and buffer operations with the base64 encoding:

const fs = require('fs');
const contents = fs.readFileSync('/path/to/file.jpg', {encoding: 'base64'});

Or using the new promises API:

const fs = require('fs').promises;
const contents = await fs.readFile('/path/to/file.jpg', {encoding: 'base64'});

How can I determine if an image has loaded, using Javascript/jQuery?

You want to do what Allain said, however be aware that sometimes the image loads before dom ready, which means your load handler won't fire. The best way is to do as Allain says, but set the src of the image with javascript after attaching the load hander. This way you can guarantee that it fires.

In terms of accessibility, will your site still work for people without javascript? You may want to give the img tag the correct src, attach you dom ready handler to run your js: clear the image src (give it a fixed with and height with css to prevent the page flickering), then set your img load handler, then reset the src to the correct file. This way you cover all bases :)

Why is python setup.py saying invalid command 'bdist_wheel' on Travis CI?

in my case, the version of wheel/pip/setuptools created by venv is too old. this works:

venv/bin/pip  install --upgrade pip wheel setuptools

How to use filter, map, and reduce in Python 3

One of the advantages of map, filter and reduce is how legible they become when you "chain" them together to do something complex. However, the built-in syntax isn't legible and is all "backwards". So, I suggest using the PyFunctional package (https://pypi.org/project/PyFunctional/). Here's a comparison of the two:

flight_destinations_dict = {'NY': {'London', 'Rome'}, 'Berlin': {'NY'}}

PyFunctional version

Very legible syntax. You can say:

"I have a sequence of flight destinations. Out of which I want to get the dict key if city is in the dict values. Finally, filter out the empty lists I created in the process."

from functional import seq  # PyFunctional package to allow easier syntax

def find_return_flights_PYFUNCTIONAL_SYNTAX(city, flight_destinations_dict):
    return seq(flight_destinations_dict.items()) \
        .map(lambda x: x[0] if city in x[1] else []) \
        .filter(lambda x: x != []) \

Default Python version

It's all backwards. You need to say:

"OK, so, there's a list. I want to filter empty lists out of it. Why? Because I first got the dict key if the city was in the dict values. Oh, the list I'm doing this to is flight_destinations_dict."

def find_return_flights_DEFAULT_SYNTAX(city, flight_destinations_dict):
    return list(
        filter(lambda x: x != [],
               map(lambda x: x[0] if city in x[1] else [], flight_destinations_dict.items())
               )
    )

Date formatting in WPF datagrid

If your bound property is DateTime, then all you need is

Binding={Property, StringFormat=d}

How can I combine multiple nested Substitute functions in Excel?

I would use the following approach:

=SUBSTITUTE(LEFT(A2,LEN(A2)-X),"_","-")

where X denotes the length of things you're not after. And, for X I'd use

(ISERROR(FIND("_S",A2,1))*2)+
(ISERROR(FIND("_40K",A2,1))*4)+
(ISERROR(FIND("_60K",A2,1))*4)+
(ISERROR(FIND("_AB",A2,1))*3)+
(ISERROR(FIND("_CD",A2,1))*3)+
(ISERROR(FIND("_EF",A2,1))*3)

The above ISERROR(FIND("X",.,.))*x will return 0 if X is not found and x (the length of X) if it is found. So technically you're trimming A2 from the right with possible matches.

The advantage of this approach above the other mentioned is that it's more apparent what substitution (or removal) is taking place, since the "substitution" is not nested.

What do the different readystates in XMLHttpRequest mean, and how can I use them?

kieron's answer contains w3schools ref. to which nobody rely , bobince's answer gives link , which actually tells native implementation of IE ,

so here is the original documentation quoted to rightly understand what readystate represents :

The XMLHttpRequest object can be in several states. The readyState attribute must return the current state, which must be one of the following values:

UNSENT (numeric value 0)
The object has been constructed.

OPENED (numeric value 1)
The open() method has been successfully invoked. During this state request headers can be set using setRequestHeader() and the request can be made using the send() method.

HEADERS_RECEIVED (numeric value 2)
All redirects (if any) have been followed and all HTTP headers of the final response have been received. Several response members of the object are now available.

LOADING (numeric value 3)
The response entity body is being received.

DONE (numeric value 4)
The data transfer has been completed or something went wrong during the transfer (e.g. infinite redirects).

Please Read here : W3C Explaination Of ReadyState

mysqli_connect(): (HY000/2002): No connection could be made because the target machine actively refused it

In most of cases it is data log problem. Follow the steps.

i) Go to data folder of mysql. For xampp go to C:\xampp\mysql\data.

ii) Look for log file name like ib_logfile0 and ib_logfile1.

iii) Create backup and delete those files.

iv) Restart apache and mysql.

A good Sorted List for Java

What about using a HashMap? Insertion, deletion, and retrieval are all O(1) operations. If you wanted to sort everything, you could grab a List of the values in the Map and run them through an O(n log n) sorting algorithm.

edit

A quick search has found LinkedHashMap, which maintains insertion order of your keys. It's not an exact solution, but it's pretty close.

Working copy XXX locked and cleanup failed in SVN

I had a file in my root directory that was messing it up. (No lock files, svn cleanup failed, etc.) My whole checkout is > 2GB with slow network speeds, so checking everything out again wasn't a great option for me.

What worked for me:

  1. Reverted & reverted change in the messed up working copy (#1).
  2. Checked out another copy of the repo (#2) with --depth empty
  3. Added and committed the file in the new working copy (#2).
  4. Updated in the original working copy (#1).

Seemed to be back to normal for me.

Chrome desktop notification example

See also ServiceWorkerRegistration.showNotification

It appears that window.webkitNotifications has already been deprecated and removed. However, there's a new API, and it appears to work in the latest version of Firefox as well.

function notifyMe() {
  // Let's check if the browser supports notifications
  if (!("Notification" in window)) {
    alert("This browser does not support desktop notification");
  }

  // Let's check if the user is okay to get some notification
  else if (Notification.permission === "granted") {
    // If it's okay let's create a notification
    var notification = new Notification("Hi there!");
  }

  // Otherwise, we need to ask the user for permission
  // Note, Chrome does not implement the permission static property
  // So we have to check for NOT 'denied' instead of 'default'
  else if (Notification.permission !== 'denied') {
    Notification.requestPermission(function (permission) {

      // Whatever the user answers, we make sure we store the information
      if(!('permission' in Notification)) {
        Notification.permission = permission;
      }

      // If the user is okay, let's create a notification
      if (permission === "granted") {
        var notification = new Notification("Hi there!");
      }
    });
  } else {
    alert(`Permission is ${Notification.permission}`);
  }
}

codepen

Oracle PL/SQL - Are NO_DATA_FOUND Exceptions bad for stored procedure performance?

An alternative to @Steve's code.

DECLARE
  CURSOR foo_cur IS 
    SELECT NEEDED_FIELD WHERE condition ;
BEGIN
  FOR foo_rec IN foo_cur LOOP
     ...
  END LOOP;
EXCEPTION
  WHEN OTHERS THEN
    RAISE;
END ;

The loop is not executed if there is no data. Cursor FOR loops are the way to go - they help avoid a lot of housekeeping. An even more compact solution:

DECLARE
BEGIN
  FOR foo_rec IN (SELECT NEEDED_FIELD WHERE condition) LOOP
     ...
  END LOOP;
EXCEPTION
  WHEN OTHERS THEN
    RAISE;
END ;

Which works if you know the complete select statement at compile time.

How to do the equivalent of pass by reference for primitives in Java

You have several choices. The one that makes the most sense really depends on what you're trying to do.

Choice 1: make toyNumber a public member variable in a class

class MyToy {
  public int toyNumber;
}

then pass a reference to a MyToy to your method.

void play(MyToy toy){  
    System.out.println("Toy number in play " + toy.toyNumber);   
    toy.toyNumber++;  
    System.out.println("Toy number in play after increement " + toy.toyNumber);   
}

Choice 2: return the value instead of pass by reference

int play(int toyNumber){  
    System.out.println("Toy number in play " + toyNumber);   
    toyNumber++;  
    System.out.println("Toy number in play after increement " + toyNumber);   
    return toyNumber
}

This choice would require a small change to the callsite in main so that it reads, toyNumber = temp.play(toyNumber);.

Choice 3: make it a class or static variable

If the two functions are methods on the same class or class instance, you could convert toyNumber into a class member variable.

Choice 4: Create a single element array of type int and pass that

This is considered a hack, but is sometimes employed to return values from inline class invocations.

void play(int [] toyNumber){  
    System.out.println("Toy number in play " + toyNumber[0]);   
    toyNumber[0]++;  
    System.out.println("Toy number in play after increement " + toyNumber[0]);   
}

In javascript, how do you search an array for a substring match

For a fascinating examination of some of the alternatives and their efficiency, see John Resig's recent posts:

(The problem discussed there is slightly different, with the haystack elements being prefixes of the needle and not the other way around, but most solutions are easy to adapt.)

Are types like uint32, int32, uint64, int64 defined in any stdlib header?

The questioner actually asked about int16 (etc) rather than (ugly) int16_t (etc).

There are no standard headers - nor any in Linux's /usr/include/ folder that define them without the "_t".

Docker: How to delete all local Docker images

To simple clear everything do:

$ docker system prune --all

Everything means:

  • all stopped containers
  • all networks not used by at least one container
  • all images without at least one container associated to them
  • all build cache

How to rename a component in Angular CLI?

Here is a checklist I use to rename a component:

1.Rename the component class (VSCode Rename Symbool will update all the references)

<Old Name>Component => <New Name>Component

2.Rename @Component selector along with references (use VSCode's Replace in Files):

app-<old-name> => app-<new-name>

Result:
@Component({
  selector: 'app-<old-name>' => 'app-<new-name>',
  ...
})

<app-{old-name}></app-{old-name}> => <app-{new-name}></app-{new-name}>

3.Rename component folder (when renaming folder in VSCode, it will update references in module and other components)

src\app\<module>\<old-name> => src\app\<module>\<new-name>

4.Rename component files (renaming manually will be the fastest, but you can also use a terminal to rename all at once)

<old-name>.compoonent.* => <new-name>.compoonent.*

Bash:
find . -name "<old-name>.component.*" -exec rename 's/\/<old-name>\.component/\/<new-name>.component/' '{}' +

PowerShell: 
Get-Item <old-name>.component.* | % { Rename-Item $_ <new-name>.component.$($_.Extension) }

Cmd:
rename <old-name>.component.* <new-name>.component.*

5.Replace file references in @Component (use VSCode's Replace in Files):

<old-name>.component => <new-name>.component

Result:
@Component({
  ...
  templateUrl: './<old-name>.component.html' => './<old-name>.component.html',
  styleUrls: ['./<old-name>.component.scss'] => ['./<new-name>.component.scss']
})

That should be sufficient

How to reference a method in javadoc?

The general format, from the @link section of the javadoc documentation, is:

{@link package.class#member label}

Examples

Method in the same class:

/** See also {@link #myMethod(String)}. */
void foo() { ... }

Method in a different class, either in the same package or imported:

/** See also {@link MyOtherClass#myMethod(String)}. */
void foo() { ... }

Method in a different package and not imported:

/** See also {@link com.mypackage.YetAnotherClass#myMethod(String)}. */
void foo() { ... }

Label linked to method, in plain text rather than code font:

/** See also this {@linkplain #myMethod(String) implementation}. */
void foo() { ... }

A chain of method calls, as in your question. We have to specify labels for the links to methods outside this class, or we get getFoo().Foo.getBar().Bar.getBaz(). But these labels can be fragile during refactoring -- see "Labels" below.

/**
 * A convenience method, equivalent to 
 * {@link #getFoo()}.{@link Foo#getBar() getBar()}.{@link Bar#getBaz() getBaz()}.
 * @return baz
 */
public Baz fooBarBaz()

Labels

Automated refactoring may not affect labels. This includes renaming the method, class or package; and changing the method signature.

Therefore, provide a label only if you want different text than the default.

For example, you might link from human language to code:

/** You can also {@linkplain #getFoo() get the current foo}. */
void setFoo( Foo foo ) { ... }

Or you might link from a code sample with text different than the default, as shown above under "A chain of method calls." However, this can be fragile while APIs are evolving.

Type erasure and #member

If the method signature includes parameterized types, use the erasure of those types in the javadoc @link. For example:

int bar( Collection<Integer> receiver ) { ... }

/** See also {@link #bar(Collection)}. */
void foo() { ... }

How can I detect keydown or keypress event in angular.js?

JavaScript code using ng-controller:

$scope.checkkey = function (event) {
  alert(event.keyCode);  //this will show the ASCII value of the key pressed

}

In HTML:

<input type="text" ng-keypress="checkkey($event)" />

You can now place your checks and other conditions using the keyCode method.

How can I access and process nested objects, arrays or JSON?

If you are looking for one or more objects that meets certain criteria you have a few options using query-js

//will return all elements with an id larger than 1
data.items.where(function(e){return e.id > 1;});
//will return the first element with an id larger than 1
data.items.first(function(e){return e.id > 1;});
//will return the first element with an id larger than 1 
//or the second argument if non are found
data.items.first(function(e){return e.id > 1;},{id:-1,name:""});

There's also a single and a singleOrDefault they work much like firstand firstOrDefaultrespectively. The only difference is that they will throw if more than one match is found.

for further explanation of query-js you can start with this post

Oracle: how to add minutes to a timestamp?

Based on what you're asking for, you want the HH24:MI format for to_char.

Rolling back local and remote git repository by 1 commit

on local master

git reflog
-- this will list all last commit
  e.g Head@{0} -- wrong push
      Head@{1} -- correct push  
git checkout Head@{1} .
  -- this will reset your last modified files

git status 
git commit -m "reverted to last best"
git push origin/master

No need to worry if other has pulled or not.

Done!