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Show whitespace characters in Visual Studio Code

In order to get the diff to display whitespace similarly to git diff set diffEditor.ignoreTrimWhitespace to false. edit.renderWhitespace is only marginally helpful.

// Controls if the diff editor shows changes in leading or trailing whitespace as diffs
"diffEditor.ignoreTrimWhitespace": false,

To update the settings go to

File > Preferences > User Settings

Note for Mac users: The Preferences menu is under Code not File. For example, Code > Preferences > User Settings.

This opens up a file titled "Default Settings". Expand the area //Editor. Now you can see where all these mysterious editor.* settings are located. Search (CTRL + F) for renderWhitespace. On my box I have:

// Controls how the editor should render whitespace characters, posibilties are 'none', 'boundary', and 'all'. The 'boundary' option does not render single spaces between words.
"editor.renderWhitespace": "none",

To add to the confusion, the left window "Default Settings" is not editable. You need to override them using the right window titled "settings.json". You can copy paste settings from "Default Settings" to "settings.json":

// Place your settings in this file to overwrite default and user settings.
{
     "editor.renderWhitespace": "all",
     "diffEditor.ignoreTrimWhitespace": false
}

I ended up turning off renderWhitespace.

android listview item height

The trick for me was not setting the height -- but instead setting the minHeight. This must be applied to the root view of whatever layout your custom adapter is using to render each row.

Using Oracle to_date function for date string with milliseconds

An Oracle DATE does not store times with more precision than a second. You cannot store millisecond precision data in a DATE column.

Your two options are to either truncate the string of the milliseconds before converting it into a DATE, i.e.

to_date( substr('23.12.2011 13:01:001', 1, 19), 'DD.MM.YYYY HH24:MI:SS' )

or to convert the string into a TIMESTAMP that does support millisecond precision

to_timestamp( '23.12.2011 13:01:001', 'DD.MM.YYYY HH24:MI:SSFF3' )

What are best practices that you use when writing Objective-C and Cocoa?

Some of these have already been mentioned, but here's what I can think of off the top of my head:

  • Follow KVO naming rules. Even if you don't use KVO now, in my experience often times it's still beneficial in the future. And if you are using KVO or bindings, you need to know things are going work the way they are supposed to. This covers not just accessor methods and instance variables, but to-many relationships, validation, auto-notifying dependent keys, and so on.
  • Put private methods in a category. Not just the interface, but the implementation as well. It's good to have some distance conceptually between private and non-private methods. I include everything in my .m file.
  • Put background thread methods in a category. Same as above. I've found it's good to keep a clear conceptual barrier when you're thinking about what's on the main thread and what's not.
  • Use #pragma mark [section]. Usually I group by my own methods, each subclass's overrides, and any information or formal protocols. This makes it a lot easier to jump to exactly what I'm looking for. On the same topic, group similar methods (like a table view's delegate methods) together, don't just stick them anywhere.
  • Prefix private methods & ivars with _. I like the way it looks, and I'm less likely to use an ivar when I mean a property by accident.
  • Don't use mutator methods / properties in init & dealloc. I've never had anything bad happen because of it, but I can see the logic if you change the method to do something that depends on the state of your object.
  • Put IBOutlets in properties. I actually just read this one here, but I'm going to start doing it. Regardless of any memory benefits, it seems better stylistically (at least to me).
  • Avoid writing code you don't absolutely need. This really covers a lot of things, like making ivars when a #define will do, or caching an array instead of sorting it each time the data is needed. There's a lot I could say about this, but the bottom line is don't write code until you need it, or the profiler tells you to. It makes things a lot easier to maintain in the long run.
  • Finish what you start. Having a lot of half-finished, buggy code is the fastest way to kill a project dead. If you need a stub method that's fine, just indicate it by putting NSLog( @"stub" ) inside, or however you want to keep track of things.

MongoDB - admin user not authorized

I followed these steps on Centos 7 for MongoDB 4.2. (Remote user)

Update mongod.conf file

vi /etc/mongod.conf
   net:
     port: 27017
     bindIp: 0.0.0.0 
   security:
     authorization: enabled

Start MongoDB service demon

systemctl start mongod

Open MongoDB shell

mongo

Execute this command on the shell

use admin
db.createUser(
  {
    user: 'admin',
    pwd: 'YouPassforUser',
    roles: [ { role: 'root', db: 'admin' } ]
  }
);

Remote root user has been created. Now you can test this database connection by using any MongoDB GUI tool from your dev machine. Like Robo 3T

JQuery, setTimeout not working

You've got a couple of issues here.

Firstly, you're defining your code within an anonymous function. This construct:

(function() {
  ...
)();

does two things. It defines an anonymous function and calls it. There are scope reasons to do this but I'm not sure it's what you actually want.

You're passing in a code block to setTimeout(). The problem is that update() is not within scope when executed like that. It however if you pass in a function pointer instead so this works:

(function() {
  $(document).ready(function() {update();});

  function update() { 
    $("#board").append(".");
    setTimeout(update, 1000);     }
  }
)();

because the function pointer update is within scope of that block.

But like I said, there is no need for the anonymous function so you can rewrite it like this:

$(document).ready(function() {update();});

function update() { 
  $("#board").append(".");
  setTimeout(update, 1000);     }
}

or

$(document).ready(function() {update();});

function update() { 
  $("#board").append(".");
  setTimeout('update()', 1000);     }
}

and both of these work. The second works because the update() within the code block is within scope now.

I also prefer the $(function() { ... } shortened block form and rather than calling setTimeout() within update() you can just use setInterval() instead:

$(function() {
  setInterval(update, 1000);
});

function update() {
  $("#board").append(".");
}

Hope that clears that up.

Enabling HTTPS on express.js

Including Points:

  1. SSL setup
    1. In config/local.js
    2. In config/env/production.js

HTTP and WS handling

  1. The app must run on HTTP in development so we can easily debug our app.
  2. The app must run on HTTPS in production for security concern.
  3. App production HTTP request should always redirect to https.

SSL configuration

In Sailsjs there are two ways to configure all the stuff, first is to configure in config folder with each one has their separate files (like database connection regarding settings lies within connections.js ). And second is configure on environment base file structure, each environment files presents in config/env folder and each file contains settings for particular env.

Sails first looks in config/env folder and then look forward to config/ *.js

Now lets setup ssl in config/local.js.

var local = {
   port: process.env.PORT || 1337,
   environment: process.env.NODE_ENV || 'development'
};

if (process.env.NODE_ENV == 'production') {
    local.ssl = {
        secureProtocol: 'SSLv23_method',
        secureOptions: require('constants').SSL_OP_NO_SSLv3,
        ca: require('fs').readFileSync(__dirname + '/path/to/ca.crt','ascii'),
        key: require('fs').readFileSync(__dirname + '/path/to/jsbot.key','ascii'),
        cert: require('fs').readFileSync(__dirname + '/path/to/jsbot.crt','ascii')
    };
    local.port = 443; // This port should be different than your default port
}

module.exports = local;

Alternative you can add this in config/env/production.js too. (This snippet also show how to handle multiple CARoot certi)

Or in production.js

module.exports = {
    port: 443,
    ssl: {
        secureProtocol: 'SSLv23_method',
        secureOptions: require('constants').SSL_OP_NO_SSLv3,
        ca: [
            require('fs').readFileSync(__dirname + '/path/to/AddTrustExternalCARoot.crt', 'ascii'),
            require('fs').readFileSync(__dirname + '/path/to/COMODORSAAddTrustCA.crt', 'ascii'),
            require('fs').readFileSync(__dirname + '/path/to/COMODORSADomainValidationSecureServerCA.crt', 'ascii')
        ],
        key: require('fs').readFileSync(__dirname + '/path/to/jsbot.key', 'ascii'),
        cert: require('fs').readFileSync(__dirname + '/path/to/jsbot.crt', 'ascii')
    }
};

http/https & ws/wss redirection

Here ws is Web Socket and wss represent Secure Web Socket, as we set up ssl then now http and ws both requests become secure and transform to https and wss respectively.

There are many source from our app will receive request like any blog post, social media post but our server runs only on https so when any request come from http it gives “This site can’t be reached” error in client browser. And we loss our website traffic. So we must redirect http request to https, same rules allow for websocket otherwise socket will fails.

So we need to run same server on port 80 (http), and divert all request to port 443(https). Sails first compile config/bootstrap.js file before lifting server. Here we can start our express server on port 80.

In config/bootstrap.js (Create http server and redirect all request to https)

module.exports.bootstrap = function(cb) {
    var express = require("express"),
        app = express();

    app.get('*', function(req, res) {  
        if (req.isSocket) 
            return res.redirect('wss://' + req.headers.host + req.url)  

        return res.redirect('https://' + req.headers.host + req.url)  
    }).listen(80);
    cb();
};

Now you can visit http://www.yourdomain.com, it will redirect to https://www.yourdomain.com

Tensorflow import error: No module named 'tensorflow'

I think your tensorflow is not installed for local environment.The best way of installing tensorflow is to create virtualenv as describe in the tensorflow installation guide Tensorflow Installation .After installing you can activate the invironment and can run anypython script under that environment.

Unknown lifecycle phase "mvn". You must specify a valid lifecycle phase or a goal in the format <plugin-prefix>:<goal> or <plugin-group-id>

I was getting the same error. I was using Intellij IDEA and I wanted to run Spring boot application. So, solution from my side is as follow.

Go to Run menu -> Run configuration -> Click on Add button from the left panel and select maven -> In parameters add this text -> spring-boot:run

Now press Ok and Run.

Where/how can I download (and install) the Microsoft.Jet.OLEDB.4.0 for Windows 8, 64 bit?

On modern Windows this driver isn't available by default anymore, but you can download as Microsoft Access Database Engine 2010 Redistributable on the MS site. If your app is 32 bits be sure to download and install the 32 bits variant because to my knowledge the 32 and 64 bit variant cannot coexist.

Depending on how your app locates its db driver, that might be all that's needed. However, if you use an UDL file there's one extra step - you need to edit that file. Unfortunately, on a 64bits machine the wizard used to edit UDL files is 64 bits by default, it won't see the JET driver and just slap whatever driver it finds first in the UDL file. There are 2 ways to solve this issue:

  1. start the 32 bits UDL wizard like this: C:\Windows\syswow64\rundll32.exe "C:\Program Files (x86)\Common Files\System\Ole DB\oledb32.dll",OpenDSLFile C:\path\to\your.udl. Note that I could use this technique on a Win7 64 Pro, but it didn't work on a Server 2008R2 (could be my mistake, just mentioning)
  2. open the UDL file in Notepad or another text editor, it should more or less have this format:

[oledb] ; Everything after this line is an OLE DB initstring Provider=Microsoft.Jet.OLEDB.4.0;Data Source=C:\Path\To\The\database.mdb;Persist Security Info=False

That should allow your app to start correctly.

PHP - remove all non-numeric characters from a string

Use \D to match non-digit characters.

preg_replace('~\D~', '', $str);

Concatenate chars to form String in java

Try this:

 str = String.valueOf(a)+String.valueOf(b)+String.valueOf(c);

Output:

ice

SQL Query Where Field DOES NOT Contain $x

What kind of field is this? The IN operator cannot be used with a single field, but is meant to be used in subqueries or with predefined lists:

-- subquery
SELECT a FROM x WHERE x.b NOT IN (SELECT b FROM y);
-- predefined list
SELECT a FROM x WHERE x.b NOT IN (1, 2, 3, 6);

If you are searching a string, go for the LIKE operator (but this will be slow):

-- Finds all rows where a does not contain "text"
SELECT * FROM x WHERE x.a NOT LIKE '%text%';

If you restrict it so that the string you are searching for has to start with the given string, it can use indices (if there is an index on that field) and be reasonably fast:

-- Finds all rows where a does not start with "text"
SELECT * FROM x WHERE x.a NOT LIKE 'text%';

How to update a single library with Composer?

To ensure that composer update one package already installed to the last version within the version constraints you've set in composer.json remove the package from vendor and then execute :

php composer.phar update vendor/package

Converting string to number in javascript/jQuery

Although this is an old post, I thought that a simple function can make the code more readable and keeps with jQuery chaining code-style:

String.prototype.toNum = function(){
    return parseInt(this, 10);
}

can be used with jQuery:

var padding_top = $('#some_div').css('padding-top'); //string: "10px"
var padding_top = $('#some_div').css('padding-top').toNum(); //number: 10`

or with any String object:

"123".toNum(); //123 (number)`

Get DOM content of cross-domain iframe

There's a workaround to achieve it.

  1. First, bind your iframe to a target page with relative url. The browsers will treat the site in iframe the same domain with your website.

  2. In your web server, using a rewrite module to redirect request from the relative url to absolute url. If you use IIS, I recommend you check on IIRF module.

What are the differences between LinearLayout, RelativeLayout, and AbsoluteLayout?

LinearLayout means you can align views one by one (vertically/ horizontally).

RelativeLayout means based on relation of views from its parents and other views.

ConstraintLayout is similar to a RelativeLayout in that it uses relations to position and size widgets, but has additional flexibility and is easier to use in the Layout Editor.

WebView to load html, static or dynamic pages.

FrameLayout to load child one above another, like cards inside a frame, we can place one above another or anywhere inside the frame.

deprecated - AbsoluteLayout means you have to give exact position where the view should be.

For more information, please check this address https://developer.android.com/guide/topics/ui/declaring-layout#CommonLayouts

git: updates were rejected because the remote contains work that you do not have locally

I had the same problem. It happened that I have created .Readme file on the repository without pulling it first.

You may want to delete .Readme file or pull it before pushing.

Get public/external IP address?

Fast way to get External ip without any connection Actualy no need any Http connection for that

first you must add NATUPNPLib.dll on Referance And select it from referances and check from properties window Embed Interop Type to False

using System;
using System.Collections.Generic;
using System.Diagnostics;
using System.Linq;
using System.Text;
using System.Threading.Tasks;
using NATUPNPLib; // Add this dll from referance and chande Embed Interop Interop to false from properties panel on visual studio
using System.Net;

namespace Client
{
    class NATTRAVERSAL
    {
        //This is code for get external ip
        private void NAT_TRAVERSAL_ACT()
        {
            UPnPNATClass uPnP = new UPnPNATClass();
            IStaticPortMappingCollection map = uPnP.StaticPortMappingCollection;

            foreach (IStaticPortMapping item in map)
            {
                    Debug.Print(item.ExternalIPAddress); //This line will give you external ip as string
                    break;
            }
        }
    }
}

Array as session variable

Yes, PHP supports arrays as session variables. See this page for an example.

As for your second question: once you set the session variable, it will remain the same until you either change it or unset it. So if the 3rd page doesn't change the session variable, it will stay the same until the 2nd page changes it again.

JavaScript: client-side vs. server-side validation

Client side data validation can be useful for a better user experience: for example, I a user who types wrongly his email address, should not wait til his request is processed by a remote server to learn about the typo he did.

Nevertheless, as an attacker can bypass client side validation (and may even not use the browser at all), server side validation is required, and must be the real gate to protect your backend from nefarious users.

How do I find out what keystore my JVM is using?

On Debian, using openjdk version "1.8.0_212", I found cacerts here:

 /etc/ssl/certs/java/cacerts

Sure would be handy if there was a standard command that would print out this path.

Execute JavaScript using Selenium WebDriver in C#

public void javascriptclick(String element)
    { 
        WebElement webElement=driver.findElement(By.xpath(element));
        JavascriptExecutor js = (JavascriptExecutor) driver;

        js.executeScript("arguments[0].click();",webElement);   
        System.out.println("javascriptclick"+" "+ element);

    }

What's the best UML diagramming tool?

I can't believe no one has mentioned NetBeans UML Editor, it's great and satisfied all of my Java based UML requirments.

This after I tested JDeveloper UML, ArgoUML and StarUML.

Using Colormaps to set color of line in matplotlib

A combination of line styles, markers, and qualitative colors from matplotlib:

import itertools
import matplotlib as mpl
import matplotlib.pyplot as plt
N = 8*4+10
l_styles = ['-','--','-.',':']
m_styles = ['','.','o','^','*']
colormap = mpl.cm.Dark2.colors   # Qualitative colormap
for i,(marker,linestyle,color) in zip(range(N),itertools.product(m_styles,l_styles, colormap)):
    plt.plot([0,1,2],[0,2*i,2*i], color=color, linestyle=linestyle,marker=marker,label=i)
plt.legend(bbox_to_anchor=(1.05, 1), loc=2, borderaxespad=0.,ncol=4);

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UPDATE: Supporting not only ListedColormap, but also LinearSegmentedColormap

import itertools
import matplotlib.pyplot as plt
Ncolors = 8
#colormap = plt.cm.Dark2# ListedColormap
colormap = plt.cm.viridis# LinearSegmentedColormap
Ncolors = min(colormap.N,Ncolors)
mapcolors = [colormap(int(x*colormap.N/Ncolors)) for x in range(Ncolors)]
N = Ncolors*4+10
l_styles = ['-','--','-.',':']
m_styles = ['','.','o','^','*']
fig,ax = plt.subplots(gridspec_kw=dict(right=0.6))
for i,(marker,linestyle,color) in zip(range(N),itertools.product(m_styles,l_styles, mapcolors)):
    ax.plot([0,1,2],[0,2*i,2*i], color=color, linestyle=linestyle,marker=marker,label=i)
ax.legend(bbox_to_anchor=(1.05, 1), loc=2, borderaxespad=0.,ncol=3,prop={'size': 8})

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What is CDATA in HTML?

A way to write a common subset of HTML and XHTML

In the hope of greater portability.

In HTML, <script> is magic escapes everything until </script> appears.

So you can write:

<script>x = '<br/>';

and <br/> won't be considered a tag.

This is why strings such as:

x = '</scripts>'

must be escaped like:

x = '</scri' + 'pts>'

See: Why split the <script> tag when writing it with document.write()?

But XML (and thus XHTML, which is a "subset" of XML, unlike HTML), doesn't have that magic: <br/> would be seen as a tag.

<![CDATA[ is the XHTML way to say:

don't parse any tags until the next ]]>, consider it all a string

The // is added to make the CDATA work well in HTML as well.

In HTML <![CDATA[ is not magic, so it would be run by JavaScript. So // is used to comment it out.

The XHTML also sees the //, but will observe it as an empty comment line which is not a problem:

//

That said:

  • compliant browsers should recognize if the document is HTML or XHTML from the initial doctype <!DOCTYPE html> vs <!DOCTYPE html PUBLIC "-//W3C//DTD XHTML 1.1//EN" "http://www.w3.org/TR/xhtml11/DTD/xhtml11.dtd">
  • compliant websites could rely on compliant browsers, and coordinate doctype with a single valid script syntax

But that violates the golden rule of the Internet:

don't trust third parties, or your product will break

iptables v1.4.14: can't initialize iptables table `nat': Table does not exist (do you need to insmod?)

I had the same problem with Debian 8. I fixed it by restarting the system. It seems that the error can occur if the kernel image was updated and the system was not restarted thereafter.

Remove secure warnings (_CRT_SECURE_NO_WARNINGS) from projects by default in Visual Studio

my two cents for VS 2017:

I can confirm it works in stdafx.h both in these styles:

a)

#pragma once
#define _CRT_SECURE_NO_WARNINGS 1 
#define _WINSOCK_DEPRECATED_NO_WARNINGS 1 

b)

#define _CRT_SECURE_NO_WARNINGS 1 
#define _WINSOCK_DEPRECATED_NO_WARNINGS 1 
#pragma once

(I have added another define for MSDN network calls..) Of course I do prefer a).

I can confirm that: #define _CRT_SECURE_NO_WARNINGS (without a value) DOES NOT WORK.

PS the real point is to put these defines BEFORE declarations of functions, i.e. before *.h

Reload browser window after POST without prompting user to resend POST data

You could try to create an empty form, method=get, and submitting it.

<form id='reloader' method='get' action="enter url here"> </form>
<script>
// to reload the page, try
document.getElementById('reloader').submit();
</script>

Create a asmx web service in C# using visual studio 2013

  1. Create Empty ASP.NET Project enter image description here
  2. Add Web Service(asmx) to your project
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How can I check if a view is visible or not in Android?

Or you could simply use

View.isShown()

How to set a maximum execution time for a mysql query?

pt_kill has an option for such. But it is on-demand, not continually monitoring. It does what @Rafa suggested. However see --sentinel for a hint of how to come close with cron.

Could not find folder 'tools' inside SDK

If I get you correctly you have just downloaded Android sdk and want to configure it working with Eclipse. I think you miss one step from the installation of the sdk:
1) you download it
2) you extract it somewhere
3) then go to the specified directory and start AndroidManager (or was it just android??). There you specify you need platform-tools and the manager will configure that for you. This will also provide you with the 'adb' executable which is crucial for the Android developement.

After that you install ADT (which I think you already did) and from Eclipse preferences -> Android options you get a place to specify where your android-sdk is. If you specify it after you did the 'step 3' you should be good to go.

I am not 100% sure I got it correctly and what your state is, so please forgive me if my comment is irrelevant. If I am wrong I will be happy to help if you provide some more details.

Something I am completely sure is that you shouldn't need to create the folder 'tools' by yourself.

PS: The description I gave is for newer versions of android sdk, but if you are encountering a problem with older version I will recommend you to start from scratch with newer version. It shouldn't take you that long time.

How to execute mongo commands through shell scripts?

I use the "heredoc" syntax, which David Young mentions. But there is a catch:

#!/usr/bin/sh

mongo <db> <<EOF
db.<collection>.find({
  fieldName: { $exists: true }
})
.forEach( printjson );
EOF

The above will NOT work, because the phrase "$exists" will be seen by the shell and substituted with the value of the environment variable named "exists." Which, likely, doesn't exist, so after shell expansion, it becomes:

#!/usr/bin/sh

mongo <db> <<EOF
db.<collection>.find({
  fieldName: { : true }
})
.forEach( printjson );
EOF

In order to have it pass through you have two options. One is ugly, one is quite nice. First, the ugly one: escape the $ signs:

#!/usr/bin/sh

mongo <db> <<EOF
db.<collection>.find({
  fieldName: { \$exists: true }
})
.forEach( printjson );
EOF

I do NOT recommend this, because it is easy to forget to escape.

The other option is to escape the EOF, like this:

#!/usr/bin/sh

mongo <db> <<\EOF
db.<collection>.find({
  fieldName: { $exists: true }
})
.forEach( printjson );
EOF

Now, you can put all the dollar signs you want in your heredoc, and the dollar signs are ignored. The down side: That doesn't work if you need to put shell parameters/variables in your mongo script.

Another option you can play with is to mess with your shebang. For example,

#!/bin/env mongo
<some mongo stuff>

There are several problems with this solution:

  1. It only works if you are trying to make a mongo shell script executable from the command line. You can't mix regular shell commands with mongo shell commands. And all you save by doing so is not having to type "mongo" on the command line... (reason enough, of course)

  2. It functions exactly like "mongo <some-js-file>" which means it does not let you use the "use <db>" command.

I have tried adding the database name to the shebang, which you would think would work. Unfortunately, the way the system processes the shebang line, everything after the first space is passed as a single parameter (as if quoted) to the env command, and env fails to find and run it.

Instead, you have to embed the database change within the script itself, like so:

#!/bin/env mongo
db = db.getSiblingDB('<db>');
<your script>

As with anything in life, "there is more than one way to do it!"

How to run TestNG from command line

If you are using Maven, you can run it from the cmd line really easy, cd into the directory with the testng.xml (or whatever yours is called, the xml that has all the classes that will run) and run this cmd:

mvn clean test -DsuiteXmlFile=testng.xml 

This page explains it in much more detail: How to run testng.xml from Maven command line

I didn't know it mattered if you were using Maven or not so I didn't include it in my search terms, I thought I would mention it here in case others are in the same situation as I was.

How to find SQL Server running port?

very simple. make a note of the sqlsrvr.exe PID from taskmanager then run this command:

netstat -ano | findstr *PID*

it will show TCP and UDP connections of your SQL server (including ports) standard is 1433 for TCP and 1434 for UDP

example : enter image description here

super() fails with error: TypeError "argument 1 must be type, not classobj" when parent does not inherit from object

Also, if you can't change class B, you can fix the error by using multiple inheritance.

class B:
    def meth(self, arg):
        print arg

class C(B, object):
    def meth(self, arg):
        super(C, self).meth(arg)

print C().meth(1)

Eclipse Bug: Unhandled event loop exception No more handles

I had the same problem, turned out that TeamViewer was causing this.

In your TeamViewer go to:

Extras → Options → Advanced → QuickConnect button, configure it and disable the show QuickConnect button.

Upload file to SFTP using PowerShell

I am able to sftp using PowerShell as below:

PS C:\Users\user\Desktop> sftp [email protected]                                                     
[email protected]'s password:
Connected to [email protected].
sftp> ls
testFolder
sftp> cd testFolder
sftp> ls
taj_mahal.jpeg
sftp> put taj_mahal_1.jpeg
Uploading taj_mahal_1.jpeg to /home/user/testFolder/taj_mahal_1.jpeg
taj_mahal_1.jpeg                                                                      100%   11KB  35.6KB/s   00:00
sftp> ls
taj_mahal.jpeg      taj_mahal_1.jpeg
sftp>

I do not have installed Posh-SSH or anything like that. I am using Windows 10 Pro PowerShell. No additional modules installed.

LINQ-to-SQL vs stored procedures?

A DBA has no freedom to make changes to the data model without forcing you to change your compiled code. With stored procedures, you can hide these sorts of changes to an extent, since the parameter list and results set(s) returned from a procedure represent its contract, and the innards can be changed around, just so long as that contract is still met.

I really don't see this as being a benefit. Being able to change something in isolation might sound good in theory, but just because the changes fulfil a contract doesn't mean it's returning the correct results. To be able to determine what the correct results are you need context and you get that context from the calling code.

Access Form - Syntax error (missing operator) in query expression

Put [] around any field names that had spaces (as Dreden says) and save your query, close it and reopen it.

Using Access 2016, I still had the error message on new queries after I added [] around any field names... until the Query was saved.

Once the Query is saved (and visible in the Objects' List), closed and reopened, the error message disappears. This seems to be a bug from Access.

How can I copy network files using Robocopy?

I use the following format and works well.

robocopy \\SourceServer\Path \\TargetServer\Path filename.txt

to copy everything you can replace filename.txt with *.* and there are plenty of other switches to copy subfolders etc... see here: http://ss64.com/nt/robocopy.html

How to write hello world in assembler under Windows?

NASM examples.

Calling libc stdio printf, implementing int main(){ return printf(message); }

; ----------------------------------------------------------------------------
; helloworld.asm
;
; This is a Win32 console program that writes "Hello, World" on one line and
; then exits.  It needs to be linked with a C library.
; ----------------------------------------------------------------------------

    global  _main
    extern  _printf

    section .text
_main:
    push    message
    call    _printf
    add     esp, 4
    ret
message:
    db  'Hello, World', 10, 0

Then run

nasm -fwin32 helloworld.asm
gcc helloworld.obj
a

There's also The Clueless Newbies Guide to Hello World in Nasm without the use of a C library. Then the code would look like this.

16-bit code with MS-DOS system calls: works in DOS emulators or in 32-bit Windows with NTVDM support. Can't be run "directly" (transparently) under any 64-bit Windows, because an x86-64 kernel can't use vm86 mode.

org 100h
mov dx,msg
mov ah,9
int 21h
mov ah,4Ch
int 21h
msg db 'Hello, World!',0Dh,0Ah,'$'

Build this into a .com executable so it will be loaded at cs:100h with all segment registers equal to each other (tiny memory model).

Good luck.

Gradle does not find tools.jar

This worked for me:

I was getting message

Execution failed for task ':app:compileDebugJavaWithJavac'.

Could not find tools.jar. Please check that C:\Program Files\Java\jre1.8.0_121 contains a valid JDK installation.

  • In Android Studio, check your SDK Location.
  • File, Project Structure, SDK Location, JDK Location.
  • Example: C:\android-studio\android-studio\jre
  • Copy the tools.jar file in the C:\android-studio\android-studio\jre\lib folder into the C:\Program Files\Java\jre1.8.0_121\lib folder.
  • Retry.

Spring @PropertySource using YAML

it's because you have not configure snakeyml. spring boot come with @EnableAutoConfiguration feature. there is snakeyml config too when u call this annotation..

this is my way:

@Configuration
@EnableAutoConfiguration
public class AppContextTest {
}

here is my test:

@RunWith(SpringJUnit4ClassRunner.class)
@SpringApplicationConfiguration(
        classes = {
                AppContextTest.class,
                JaxbConfiguration.class,
        }
)

public class JaxbTest {
//tests are ommited
}

What is the best (and safest) way to merge a Git branch into master?

This is from GitLab: Just follow the instructions:

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Is there a goto statement in Java?

To prohibit declarations of variables with the same name.

e.g. int i = 0, goto;

What does [object Object] mean? (JavaScript)

That is because there are different types of objects in Javascript!

For example

  • Function objects:

stringify(function (){}) -> [object Function]

  • Array objects:

stringify([]) -> [object Array]

  • RegExp objects

stringify(/x/) -> [object RegExp]

  • Date objects

stringify(new Date) -> [object Date]

...
  • Object objects!

stringify({}) -> [object Object]

the constructor function is called Object (with a capital "O"), and the term "object" (with small "o") refers to the structural nature of the thingy.

When you're talking about "objects" in Javascript, you actually mean "Object objects", and not the other types.

If you want to see value inside "[Object objects]" use:

console.log(JSON.stringify(result))

Show a message box from a class in c#?

using System.Windows.Forms;
...
MessageBox.Show("Hello World!");

Codeigniter $this->db->get(), how do I return values for a specific row?

You simply use this in one row.

$query = $this->db->get_where('mytable',array('id'=>'3'));

How to enable multidexing with the new Android Multidex support library

Edit:

Android 5.0 (API level 21) and higher uses ART which supports multidexing. Therefore, if your minSdkVersion is 21 or higher, the multidex support library is not needed.


Modify your build.gradle:

android {
    compileSdkVersion 22
    buildToolsVersion "23.0.0"

         defaultConfig {
             minSdkVersion 14 //lower than 14 doesn't support multidex
             targetSdkVersion 22

             // Enabling multidex support.
             multiDexEnabled true
         }
}

dependencies {
    implementation 'com.android.support:multidex:1.0.3'
}

If you are running unit tests, you will want to include this in your Application class:

public class YouApplication extends Application {

    @Override
    protected void attachBaseContext(Context base) {
        super.attachBaseContext(base);
        MultiDex.install(this);
    }

}

Or just make your application class extend MultiDexApplication

public class Application extends MultiDexApplication {

}

For more info, this is a good guide.

How to print a dictionary's key?

Make sure to do

dictionary.keys()
# rather than
dictionary.keys

Selenium Web Driver & Java. Element is not clickable at point (x, y). Other element would receive the click

If element is not clickable and overlay issue is ocuring we use arguments[0].click().

WebElement ele = driver.findElement(By.xpath("//div[@class='input-group-btn']/input")); JavascriptExecutor executor = (JavascriptExecutor)driver; executor.executeScript("arguments[0].click();", ele);

How to Load an Assembly to AppDomain with all references recursively?

http://support.microsoft.com/kb/837908/en-us

C# version:

Create a moderator class and inherit it from MarshalByRefObject:

class ProxyDomain : MarshalByRefObject
{
    public Assembly GetAssembly(string assemblyPath)
    {
        try
        {
            return Assembly.LoadFrom(assemblyPath);
        }
        catch (Exception ex)
        {
            throw new InvalidOperationException(ex.Message);
        }
    }
}

call from client site

ProxyDomain pd = new ProxyDomain();
Assembly assembly = pd.GetAssembly(assemblyFilePath);

Ansible - Use default if a variable is not defined

You can use Jinja's default:

- name: Create user
  user:
    name: "{{ my_variable | default('default_value') }}"

How can I use break or continue within for loop in Twig template?

From @NHG comment — works perfectly

{% for post in posts|slice(0,10) %}

How to add elements to a list in R (loop)

You should not add to your list using c inside the loop, because that can result in very very slow code. Basically when you do c(l, new_element), the whole contents of the list are copied. Instead of that, you need to access the elements of the list by index. If you know how long your list is going to be, it's best to initialise it to this size using l <- vector("list", N). If you don't you can initialise it to have length equal to some large number (e.g if you have an upper bound on the number of iterations) and then just pick the non-NULL elements after the loop has finished. Anyway, the basic point is that you should have an index to keep track of the list element and add using that eg

i <- 1
while(...) {
    l[[i]] <- new_element
    i <- i + 1
}

For more info have a look at Patrick Burns' The R Inferno (Chapter 2).

How to get a List<string> collection of values from app.config in WPF?

In App.config:

<add key="YOURKEY" value="a,b,c"/>

In C#:

string[] InFormOfStringArray = ConfigurationManager.AppSettings["YOURKEY"].Split(',').Select(s => s.Trim()).ToArray();
List<string> list = new List<string>(InFormOfStringArray);

Deleting an SVN branch

Command to delete a branch is as follows:

svn delete -m "<your message>" <branch url>

If you wish to not fetch/checkout the entire repo, execute the following command on your terminal:

1) get the absolute path of the directory that will contain your working copy
> pwd
2) Start svn code checkout
> svn checkout <branch url> <absolute path from point 1>

The above steps will get you the files inside the branch folder and not the entire folder.

Two Radio Buttons ASP.NET C#

Set the GroupName property of both radio buttons to the same value. You could also try using a RadioButtonGroup, which does this for you automatically.

Drawing Circle with OpenGL

There is another way to draw a circle - draw it in fragment shader. Create a quad:

float right = 0.5;
float bottom = -0.5;
float left = -0.5;
float top = 0.5;
float quad[20] = {
    //x, y, z, lx, ly
    right, bottom, 0, 1.0, -1.0,
    right, top, 0, 1.0, 1.0,
    left, top, 0, -1.0, 1.0,
    left, bottom, 0, -1.0, -1.0,
};

Bind VBO:

unsigned int glBuffer;
glGenBuffers(1, &glBuffer);
glBindBuffer(GL_ARRAY_BUFFER, glBuffer);
glBufferData(GL_ARRAY_BUFFER, sizeof(float)*20, quad, GL_STATIC_DRAW);

and draw:

#define BUFFER_OFFSET(i) ((char *)NULL + (i))
glEnableVertexAttribArray(ATTRIB_VERTEX);
glEnableVertexAttribArray(ATTRIB_VALUE);
glVertexAttribPointer(ATTRIB_VERTEX , 3, GL_FLOAT, GL_FALSE, 20, 0);
glVertexAttribPointer(ATTRIB_VALUE , 2, GL_FLOAT, GL_FALSE, 20, BUFFER_OFFSET(12));
glDrawArrays(GL_TRIANGLE_FAN, 0, 4);

Vertex shader

attribute vec2 value;
uniform mat4 viewMatrix;
uniform mat4 projectionMatrix;
varying vec2 val;
void main() {
    val = value;
    gl_Position = projectionMatrix*viewMatrix*vertex;
}

Fragment shader

varying vec2 val;
void main() {
    float R = 1.0;
    float R2 = 0.5;
    float dist = sqrt(dot(val,val));
    if (dist >= R || dist <= R2) {
        discard;
    }
    float sm = smoothstep(R,R-0.01,dist);
    float sm2 = smoothstep(R2,R2+0.01,dist);
    float alpha = sm*sm2;
    gl_FragColor = vec4(0.0, 0.0, 1.0, alpha);
}

Don't forget to enable alpha blending:

glEnable(GL_BLEND);
glBlendFunc(GL_SRC_ALPHA,GL_ONE_MINUS_SRC_ALPHA);

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Groovy Shell warning "Could not open/create prefs root node ..."

This happened to me.

Apparently it is because Java does not have permission to create registry keys.

See: Java: java.util.Preferences Failing

IE8 issue with Twitter Bootstrap 3

Just in case. Make sure you load the IE specific js files after you load your css files.

Git Pull vs Git Rebase

git pull and git rebase are not interchangeable, but they are closely connected.

git pull fetches the latest changes of the current branch from a remote and applies those changes to your local copy of the branch. Generally this is done by merging, i.e. the local changes are merged into the remote changes. So git pull is similar to git fetch & git merge.

Rebasing is an alternative to merging. Instead of creating a new commit that combines the two branches, it moves the commits of one of the branches on top of the other.

You can pull using rebase instead of merge (git pull --rebase). The local changes you made will be rebased on top of the remote changes, instead of being merged with the remote changes.

Atlassian has some excellent documentation on merging vs. rebasing.

Change Screen Orientation programmatically using a Button

A working code:

private void changeScreenOrientation() {
    int orientation = yourActivityName.this.getResources().getConfiguration().orientation;
    if (orientation == Configuration.ORIENTATION_LANDSCAPE) {
        setRequestedOrientation(ActivityInfo.SCREEN_ORIENTATION_PORTRAIT);
        showMediaDescription();
    } else {
        setRequestedOrientation(ActivityInfo.SCREEN_ORIENTATION_LANDSCAPE);
        hideMediaDescription();
    }
    if (Settings.System.getInt(getContentResolver(),
            Settings.System.ACCELEROMETER_ROTATION, 0) == 1) {
        Handler handler = new Handler();
        handler.postDelayed(new Runnable() {
            @Override
            public void run() {
                setRequestedOrientation(ActivityInfo.SCREEN_ORIENTATION_SENSOR);
            }
        }, 4000);
    }
}

call this method in your button click

How to update RecyclerView Adapter Data?

These methods are efficient and good to start using a basic RecyclerView.

private List<YourItem> items;

public void setItems(List<YourItem> newItems)
{
    clearItems();
    addItems(newItems);
}

public void addItem(YourItem item, int position)
{
    if (position > items.size()) return;

    items.add(item);
    notifyItemInserted(position);
}

public void addMoreItems(List<YourItem> newItems)
{
    int position = items.size() + 1;
    newItems.addAll(newItems);
    notifyItemChanged(position, newItems);
}

public void addItems(List<YourItem> newItems)
{
    items.addAll(newItems);
    notifyDataSetChanged();
}

public void clearItems()
{
    items.clear();
    notifyDataSetChanged();
}

public void addLoader()
{
    items.add(null);
    notifyItemInserted(items.size() - 1);
}

public void removeLoader()
{
    items.remove(items.size() - 1);
    notifyItemRemoved(items.size());
}

public void removeItem(int position)
{
    if (position >= items.size()) return;

    items.remove(position);
    notifyItemRemoved(position);
}

public void swapItems(int positionA, int positionB)
{
    if (positionA > items.size()) return;
    if (positionB > items.size()) return;

    YourItem firstItem = items.get(positionA);

    videoList.set(positionA, items.get(positionB));
    videoList.set(positionB, firstItem);

    notifyDataSetChanged();
}

You can implement them inside of an Adapter Class or in your Fragment or Activity but in that case you have to instantiate the Adapter to call the notification methods. In my case I usually implement it in the Adapter.

Difference between System.DateTime.Now and System.DateTime.Today

DateTime.Today is DateTime.Now with time set to zero.

It is important to note that there is a difference between a DateTime value, which represents the number of ticks that have elapsed since midnight of January 1, 0000, and the string representation of that DateTime value, which expresses a date and time value in a culture-specific-specific format: https://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/system.datetime.now%28v=vs.110%29.aspx

DateTime.Now.Ticks is the actual time stored by .net (essentially UTC time), the rest are just representations (which are important for display purposes).

If the Kind property is DateTimeKind.Local it implicitly includes the time zone information of the local computer. When sending over a .net web service, DateTime values are by default serialized with time zone information included, e.g. 2008-10-31T15:07:38.6875000-05:00, and a computer in another time zone can still exactly know what time is being referred to.

So, using DateTime.Now and DateTime.Today is perfectly OK.

You usually start running into trouble when you begin confusing the string representation with the actual value and try to "fix" the DateTime, when it isn't broken.

get dictionary value by key

if (Data_Array["XML_File"] != "") String xmlfile = Data_Array["XML_File"];

Get the value of bootstrap Datetimepicker in JavaScript

Since the return value has changed, $("#datetimepicker1").data("DateTimePicker").date() actually returns a moment object as Alexandre Bourlier stated:

It seems the doc evolved.

One should now use : $("#datetimepicker1").data("DateTimePicker").date().

NB : Doing so return a Moment object, not a Date object

Therefore, we must use .toDate() to change this statement to a date as such:

$("#datetimepicker1").data("DateTimePicker").date().toDate();

How to change the sender's name or e-mail address in mutt?

100% Working!

To send HTML contents in the body of the mail on the go with Sender and Recipient mail address in single line, you may try the below,

export EMAIL="[email protected]" && mutt -e "my_hdr Content-Type: text/html" -s "Test Mail" "[email protected]" < body_html.html

File: body_html.html

<HTML>
<HEAD> Test Mail </HEAD>
<BODY>
<p>This is a <strong><span style="color: #ff0000;">test mail!</span></strong></p>
</BODY>
</HTML>

Note: Tested in RHEL, CentOS, Ubuntu.

Can I set max_retries for requests.request?

Be careful, Martijn Pieters's answer isn't suitable for version 1.2.1+. You can't set it globally without patching the library.

You can do this instead:

import requests
from requests.adapters import HTTPAdapter

s = requests.Session()
s.mount('http://www.github.com', HTTPAdapter(max_retries=5))
s.mount('https://www.github.com', HTTPAdapter(max_retries=5))

Download data url file

There are several solutions but they depend on HTML5 and haven't been implemented completely in some browsers yet. Examples below were tested in Chrome and Firefox (partly works).

  1. Canvas example with save to file support. Just set your document.location.href to the data URI.
  2. Anchor download example. It uses <a href="your-data-uri" download="filename.txt"> to specify file name.

What do Push and Pop mean for Stacks?

The rifle clip analogy posted by Oren A is pretty good, but I'll try another one and try to anticipate what the instructor was trying to get across.

A stack, as it's name suggests is an arrangement of "things" that has:

  • A top
  • A bottom
  • An ordering in between the top and bottom (e.g. second from the top, 3rd from the bottom).

(think of it as a literal stack of books on your desk and you can only take something from the top)

Pushing something on the stack means "placing it on top". Popping something from the stack means "taking the top 'thing'" off the stack.

A simple usage is for reversing the order of words. Say I want to reverse the word: "popcorn". I push each letter from left to right (all 7 letters), and then pop 7 letters and they'll end up in reverse order. It looks like this was what he was doing with those expressions.

push(p) push(o) push(p) push(c) push(o) push(r) push(n)

after pushing the entire word, the stack looks like:

   |  n   |  <- top
   |  r   |
   |  o   |
   |  c   |
   |  p   |
   |  o   |
   |  p   |  <- bottom (first "thing" pushed on an empty stack)
    ======

when I pop() seven times, I get the letters in this order:

n,r,o,c,p,o,p

conversion of infix/postfix/prefix is a pathological example in computer science when teaching stacks:

Infix to Postfix conversion.

Post fix conversion to an infix expression is pretty straight forward:

(scan expression from left to right)

  1. For every number (operand) push it on the stack.
  2. Every time you encounter an operator (+,-,/,*) pop twice from the stack and place the operator between them. Push that on the stack:

So if we have 53+2* we can convert that to infix in the following steps:

  1. Push 5.
  2. Push 3.
  3. Encountered +: pop 3, pop 5, push 5+3 on stack (be consistent with ordering of 5 and 3)
  4. Push 2.
  5. Encountered *: pop 2, pop (5+3), push (2 * (5+3)).

*When you reach the end of the expression, if it was formed correctly you stack should only contain one item.

By introducing 'x' and 'o' he may have been using them as temporary holders for the left and right operands of an infix expression: x + o, x - o, etc. (or order of x,o reversed).

There's a nice write up on wikipedia as well. I've left my answer as a wiki incase I've botched up any ordering of expressions.

PHP Warning: Unknown: failed to open stream

This isn't a direct answer to the question, but I had the same problem. I installed VSFTPD on my Ubuntu Server VPS. I could upload files, but every file I uploaded didn't have execution permissions (all files had rights "600"). These posts explain explain exactly what you have to do to configure your VSFTPD to set default rights on your files:

How to execute INSERT statement using JdbcTemplate class from Spring Framework

You can alternatively use NamedParameterJdbcTemplate (naming can be useful when you have many parameters)

Map<String, Object> params = new HashMap<>();
params.put("var1",value1); 
params.put("var2",value2); 
namedJdbcTemplate.update(
    "INSERT INTO schema.tableName (column1, column2) VALUES (:var1, :var2)",
    params
);

Counting the number of occurences of characters in a string

public class StringTest{
public static void main(String[] args){

    String s ="aaabbbbccccccdd";
    String result="";
    StringBuilder sb = new StringBuilder(s);


    while(sb.length() != 0){
        int count = 0;
        char test = sb.charAt(0);
        while(sb.indexOf(test+"") != -1){
            sb.deleteCharAt(sb.indexOf(test+""));
            count++;
        }
        //System.out.println(test+" is repeated "+count+" number of times");
        result=result+test+count;
    }
    System.out.println(result);         
}
}

Python MySQLdb TypeError: not all arguments converted during string formatting

I don't understand the first two answers. I think they must be version-dependent. I cannot reproduce them on MySQLdb 1.2.3, which comes with Ubuntu 14.04LTS. Let's try them. First, we verify that MySQL doesn't accept double-apostrophes:

mysql> select * from methods limit 1;
+----------+--------------------+------------+
| MethodID | MethodDescription  | MethodLink |
+----------+--------------------+------------+
|       32 | Autonomous Sensing | NULL       |
+----------+--------------------+------------+
1 row in set (0.01 sec)

mysql> select * from methods where MethodID = ''32'';
ERROR 1064 (42000): You have an error in your SQL syntax; check the manual that corresponds to your MySQL server version for the right syntax to use near '9999'' ' at line 1

Nope. Let's try the example that Mandatory posted using the query constructor inside /usr/lib/python2.7/dist-packages/MySQLdb/cursors.py where I opened "con" as a connection to my database.

>>> search = "test"
>>> "SELECT * FROM records WHERE email LIKE '%s'" % con.literal(search)
"SELECT * FROM records WHERE email LIKE ''test''"
>>> 

Nope, the double apostrophes cause it to fail. Let's try Mike Graham's first comment, where he suggests leaving off the apostrophes quoting the %s:

>>> "SELECT * FROM records WHERE email LIKE %s" % con.literal(search)
"SELECT * FROM records WHERE email LIKE 'test'"
>>> 

Yep, that will work, but Mike's second comment and the documentation says that the argument to execute (processed by con.literal) must be a tuple (search,) or a list [search]. You can try them, but you'll find no difference from the output above.

The best answer is ksg97031's.

Allow a div to cover the whole page instead of the area within the container

Try this

#dimScreen {
    width: 100%;
    height: 100%;
    background:rgba(255,255,255,0.5);
    position: fixed;
    top: 0;
    left: 0;
}

How can I get a count of the total number of digits in a number?

Assuming your question was referring to an int, the following works for negative/positive and zero as well:

Math.Floor((decimal) Math.Abs(n)).ToString().Length

Enum Naming Convention - Plural

Coming in a bit late...

There's an important difference between your question and the one you mention (which I asked ;-):

You put the enum definition out of the class, which allows you to have the same name for the enum and the property:

public enum EntityType { 
  Type1, Type2 
} 

public class SomeClass { 
  public EntityType EntityType {get; set;} // This is legal

}

In this case, I'd follow the MS guidelins and use a singular name for the enum (plural for flags). It's probaby the easiest solution.

My problem (in the other question) is when the enum is defined in the scope of the class, preventing the use of a property named exactly after the enum.

HTTPS connection Python

If using httplib.HTTPSConnection:

Please take a look at:

Changed in version 2.7.9:

This class now performs all the necessary certificate and hostname checks by default. To revert to the previous, unverified, behavior ssl._create_unverified_context() can be passed to the context parameter. You can use:

if hasattr(ssl, '_create_unverified_context'):
  ssl._create_default_https_context = ssl._create_unverified_context

Getting java.lang.ClassNotFoundException: org.apache.commons.logging.LogFactory exception

In my case I was testing a Tomcat app in eclipse and got this error. I solved it by checking the .classpath file and corrected this entry:

<classpathentry kind="con" path="org.eclipse.m2e.MAVEN2_CLASSPATH_CONTAINER">
    <attributes>
        <attribute name="maven.pomderived" value="true"/>
        <attribute name="org.eclipse.jst.component.dependency" value="/WEB-INF/lib"/>
    </attributes>
</classpathentry>

The attribute org.eclipse.jst.component.dependency had been missing.

Set multiple system properties Java command line

You may be able to use the JAVA_TOOL_OPTIONS environment variable to set options. It worked for me with Rasbian. See Environment Variables and System Properties which has this to say:

In many environments, the command line is not readily accessible to start the application with the necessary command-line options.

This often happens with applications that use embedded VMs (meaning they use the Java Native Interface (JNI) Invocation API to start the VM), or where the startup is deeply nested in scripts. In these environments the JAVA_TOOL_OPTIONS environment variable can be useful to augment a command line.

When this environment variable is set, the JNI_CreateJavaVM function (in the JNI Invocation API), the JNI_CreateJavaVM function adds the value of the environment variable to the options supplied in its JavaVMInitArgs argument.

However this environment variable use may be disabled for security reasons.

In some cases, this option is disabled for security reasons. For example, on the Oracle Solaris operating system, this option is disabled when the effective user or group ID differs from the real ID.

See this example showing the difference between specifying on the command line versus using the JAVA_TOOL_OPTIONS environment variable.

screenshot showing use of JAVA_TOOL_OPTIONS environment variable

Eclipse "Server Locations" section disabled and need to change to use Tomcat installation

Right click on the server, then Add/Remove, then remove any projects that are in the Configured panel. Then right click on the server and choose "Clean..." from the context menu. Then the Server Locations option will be enabled.

Appending items to a list of lists in python

Python lists are mutable objects and here:

plot_data = [[]] * len(positions) 

you are repeating the same list len(positions) times.

>>> plot_data = [[]] * 3
>>> plot_data
[[], [], []]
>>> plot_data[0].append(1)
>>> plot_data
[[1], [1], [1]]
>>> 

Each list in your list is a reference to the same object. You modify one, you see the modification in all of them.

If you want different lists, you can do this way:

plot_data = [[] for _ in positions]

for example:

>>> pd = [[] for _ in range(3)]
>>> pd
[[], [], []]
>>> pd[0].append(1)
>>> pd
[[1], [], []]

How can I get a list of locally installed Python modules?

For anyone wondering how to call pip list from a Python program you can use the following:

import pip
pip.main(['list])  # this will print all the packages

Pass all variables from one shell script to another?

You have basically two options:

  1. Make the variable an environment variable (export TESTVARIABLE) before executing the 2nd script.
  2. Source the 2nd script, i.e. . test2.sh and it will run in the same shell. This would let you share more complex variables like arrays easily, but also means that the other script could modify variables in the source shell.

UPDATE:

To use export to set an environment variable, you can either use an existing variable:

A=10
# ...
export A

This ought to work in both bash and sh. bash also allows it to be combined like so:

export A=10

This also works in my sh (which happens to be bash, you can use echo $SHELL to check). But I don't believe that that's guaranteed to work in all sh, so best to play it safe and separate them.

Any variable you export in this way will be visible in scripts you execute, for example:

a.sh:

#!/bin/sh

MESSAGE="hello"
export MESSAGE
./b.sh

b.sh:

#!/bin/sh

echo "The message is: $MESSAGE"

Then:

$ ./a.sh
The message is: hello

The fact that these are both shell scripts is also just incidental. Environment variables can be passed to any process you execute, for example if we used python instead it might look like:

a.sh:

#!/bin/sh

MESSAGE="hello"
export MESSAGE
./b.py

b.py:

#!/usr/bin/python

import os

print 'The message is:', os.environ['MESSAGE']

Sourcing:

Instead we could source like this:

a.sh:

#!/bin/sh

MESSAGE="hello"

. ./b.sh

b.sh:

#!/bin/sh

echo "The message is: $MESSAGE"

Then:

$ ./a.sh
The message is: hello

This more or less "imports" the contents of b.sh directly and executes it in the same shell. Notice that we didn't have to export the variable to access it. This implicitly shares all the variables you have, as well as allows the other script to add/delete/modify variables in the shell. Of course, in this model both your scripts should be the same language (sh or bash). To give an example how we could pass messages back and forth:

a.sh:

#!/bin/sh

MESSAGE="hello"

. ./b.sh

echo "[A] The message is: $MESSAGE"

b.sh:

#!/bin/sh

echo "[B] The message is: $MESSAGE"

MESSAGE="goodbye"

Then:

$ ./a.sh
[B] The message is: hello
[A] The message is: goodbye

This works equally well in bash. It also makes it easy to share more complex data which you could not express as an environment variable (at least without some heavy lifting on your part), like arrays or associative arrays.

How to create text file and insert data to that file on Android

If you want to create a file and write and append data to it many times, then use the below code, it will create file if not exits and will append data if it exists.

 SimpleDateFormat formatter = new SimpleDateFormat("yyyy_MM_dd");
        Date now = new Date();
        String fileName = formatter.format(now) + ".txt";//like 2016_01_12.txt


         try
            {
                File root = new File(Environment.getExternalStorageDirectory()+File.separator+"Music_Folder", "Report Files");
                //File root = new File(Environment.getExternalStorageDirectory(), "Notes");
                if (!root.exists()) 
                {
                    root.mkdirs();
                }
                File gpxfile = new File(root, fileName);


                FileWriter writer = new FileWriter(gpxfile,true);
                writer.append(sBody+"\n\n");
                writer.flush();
                writer.close();
                Toast.makeText(this, "Data has been written to Report File", Toast.LENGTH_SHORT).show();
            }
            catch(IOException e)
            {
                 e.printStackTrace();

            }

Quick unix command to display specific lines in the middle of a file?

With sed -e '1,N d; M q' you'll print lines N+1 through M. This is probably a bit better then grep -C as it doesn't try to match lines to a pattern.

How to view table contents in Mysql Workbench GUI?

To get the convenient list of tables on the left panel below each database you have to click the tiny icon on the top right of the left panel. At least in MySQL Workbench 6.3 CE on Win7 this worked to get the full list of tables.

See my screenshot to explain.enter image description here

Sadly this icon not even has a mouseover title attribute, so it was a lucky guess that I found it.

How to serialize object to CSV file?

Though its very late reply, I have faced this problem of exporting java entites to CSV, EXCEL etc in various projects, Where we need to provide export feature on UI.

I have created my own light weight framework. It works with any Java Beans, You just need to add annotations on fields you want to export to CSV, Excel etc.

Link: https://github.com/abhisoni96/dev-tools

Find element's index in pandas Series

In [92]: (myseries==7).argmax()
Out[92]: 3

This works if you know 7 is there in advance. You can check this with (myseries==7).any()

Another approach (very similar to the first answer) that also accounts for multiple 7's (or none) is

In [122]: myseries = pd.Series([1,7,0,7,5], index=['a','b','c','d','e'])
In [123]: list(myseries[myseries==7].index)
Out[123]: ['b', 'd']

java.io.IOException: Could not locate executable null\bin\winutils.exe in the Hadoop binaries. spark Eclipse on windows 7

That's a tricky one... Your storage letter must be capical. For example "C:\..."

How to convert a normal Git repository to a bare one?

Please also consider to use

git clone --mirror path_to_source_repository

From the documentation:

Set up a mirror of the source repository. This implies --bare. Compared to --bare, --mirror not only maps local branches of the source to local branches of the target, it maps all refs (including remote-tracking branches, notes etc.) and sets up a refspec configuration such that all these refs are overwritten by a git remote update in the target repository.

How can I convert a string to an int in Python?

Don't use str() method directly in html instead use with y=x|string()

<div class="row">
    {% for x in range(photo_upload_count) %}
        {% with y=x|string() %}

    <div col-md-4 >
        <div class="col-md-12">
            <div class="card card-primary "  style="border:1px solid #000">
                <div class="card-body">
                    {% if data['profile_photo']!= None: %}
                        <img class="profile-user-img img-responsive" src="{{ data['photo_'+y] }}" width="200px" alt="User profile picture">
                    {% else: %}
                        <img class="profile-user-img img-responsive" src="static/img/user.png" width="200px" alt="User profile picture">
                    {% endif %}
                </div>
                <div class="card-footer text-center">
                    <a href="{{value}}edit_photo/{{ 'photo_'+y }}" class="btn btn-primary">Edit</a>
                </div>
            </div>
        </div>
    </div>
    {% endwith %}
    {% endfor %}
</div>

Get page title with Selenium WebDriver using Java

You can do it easily by Assertion using Selenium Testng framework.

Steps:

1.Create Firefox browser session

2.Initialize expected title name.

3.Navigate to "www.google.com" [As per you requirement, you can change] and wait for some time (15 seconds) to load the page completely.

4.Get the actual title name using "driver.getTitle()" and store it in String variable.

5.Apply the Assertion like below, Assert.assertTrue(actualGooglePageTitlte.equalsIgnoreCase(expectedGooglePageTitle ),"Page title name not matched or Problem in loading grid");

import org.openqa.selenium.WebDriver;
import org.openqa.selenium.firefox.FirefoxDriver;
import org.testng.Assert;
import org.testng.annotations.Test;
import com.myapplication.Utilty;

public class PageTitleVerification
{   
private static WebDriver driver = new FirefoxDriver();

@Test
public void test01_GooglePageTitleVerify()
{               
driver.navigate().to("https://www.google.com/");
String expectedGooglePageTitle = "Google";      
Utility.waitForElementInDOM(driver, "Google Search", 15);   
//Get page title
String actualGooglePageTitlte=driver.getTitle();
System.out.println("Google page title" + actualGooglePageTitlte);   
//Verify expected page title and actual page title is same  
Assert.assertTrue(actualGooglePageTitlte.equalsIgnoreCase(expectedGooglePageTitle 
),"Page title not matched or Problem in loading url page");     
}
}

import org.openqa.selenium.By;
import org.openqa.selenium.NoSuchElementException;
import org.openqa.selenium.WebDriver;
import org.openqa.selenium.support.ui.ExpectedConditions;
import org.openqa.selenium.support.ui.WebDriverWait;

public class Utility {

/*Wait for an element to be present in DOM before specified time (in seconds ) has 
elapsed */
public static void waitForElementInDOM(WebDriver driver,String elementIdentifier, 
long timeOutInSeconds) 
{       
WebDriverWait wait = new WebDriverWait(driver, timeOutInSeconds );
try
{
//this will wait for element to be visible for 15 seconds        
wait.until(ExpectedConditions.visibilityOfElementLocated(By.xpath
(elementIdentifier))); 
}
catch(NoSuchElementException e)
{           
e.printStackTrace();
}           
}
}

How to sort a list of strings numerically?

You could pass a function to the key parameter to the .sort method. With this, the system will sort by key(x) instead of x.

list1.sort(key=int)

BTW, to convert the list to integers permanently, use the map function

list1 = list(map(int, list1))   # you don't need to call list() in Python 2.x

or list comprehension

list1 = [int(x) for x in list1]

Sorted array list in Java

Minimalistic Solution

Here is a "minimal" solution.

class SortedArrayList<T> extends ArrayList<T> {

    @SuppressWarnings("unchecked")
    public void insertSorted(T value) {
        add(value);
        Comparable<T> cmp = (Comparable<T>) value;
        for (int i = size()-1; i > 0 && cmp.compareTo(get(i-1)) < 0; i--)
            Collections.swap(this, i, i-1);
    }
}

The insert runs in linear time, but that would be what you would get using an ArrayList anyway (all elements to the right of the inserted element would have to be shifted one way or another).

Inserting something non-comparable results in a ClassCastException. (This is the approach taken by PriorityQueue as well: A priority queue relying on natural ordering also does not permit insertion of non-comparable objects (doing so may result in ClassCastException).)

Overriding List.add

Note that overriding List.add (or List.addAll for that matter) to insert elements in a sorted fashion would be a direct violation of the interface specification. What you could do, is to override this method to throw an UnsupportedOperationException.

From the docs of List.add:

boolean add(E e)
    Appends the specified element to the end of this list (optional operation).

Same reasoning applies for both versions of add, both versions of addAll and set. (All of which are optional operations according to the list interface.)


Some tests

SortedArrayList<String> test = new SortedArrayList<String>();

test.insertSorted("ddd");    System.out.println(test);
test.insertSorted("aaa");    System.out.println(test);
test.insertSorted("ccc");    System.out.println(test);
test.insertSorted("bbb");    System.out.println(test);
test.insertSorted("eee");    System.out.println(test);

....prints:

[ddd]
[aaa, ddd]
[aaa, ccc, ddd]
[aaa, bbb, ccc, ddd]
[aaa, bbb, ccc, ddd, eee]

Python - converting a string of numbers into a list of int

Split on commas, then map to integers:

map(int, example_string.split(','))

Or use a list comprehension:

[int(s) for s in example_string.split(',')]

The latter works better if you want a list result, or you can wrap the map() call in list().

This works because int() tolerates whitespace:

>>> example_string = '0, 0, 0, 11, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 19, 0, 9, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 11'
>>> list(map(int, example_string.split(',')))  # Python 3, in Python 2 the list() call is redundant
[0, 0, 0, 11, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 19, 0, 9, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 11]
>>> [int(s) for s in example_string.split(',')]
[0, 0, 0, 11, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 19, 0, 9, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 11]

Splitting on just a comma also is more tolerant of variable input; it doesn't matter if 0, 1 or 10 spaces are used between values.

SPAN vs DIV (inline-block)

If you want to have a valid xhtml document then you cannot put a div inside of a paragraph.

Also, a div with the property display: inline-block works differently than a span. A span is by default an inline element, you cannot set the width, height, and other properties associated with blocks. On the other hand, an element with the property inline-block will still "flow" with any surrounding text but you may set properties such as width, height, etc. A span with the property display:block will not flow in the same way as an inline-block element but will create a carriage return and have default margin.

Note that inline-block is not supported in all browsers. For instance in Firefox 2 and less you must use:

display: -moz-inline-stack;

which displays slightly different than an inline block element in FF3.

There is a great article here on creating cross browser inline-block elements.

MySQL Error 1093 - Can't specify target table for update in FROM clause

You could insert the desired rows' ids into a temp table and then delete all the rows that are found in that table.

which may be what @Cheekysoft meant by doing it in two steps.

Reusing a PreparedStatement multiple times

The second way is a tad more efficient, but a much better way is to execute them in batches:

public void executeBatch(List<Entity> entities) throws SQLException { 
    try (
        Connection connection = dataSource.getConnection();
        PreparedStatement statement = connection.prepareStatement(SQL);
    ) {
        for (Entity entity : entities) {
            statement.setObject(1, entity.getSomeProperty());
            // ...

            statement.addBatch();
        }

        statement.executeBatch();
    }
}

You're however dependent on the JDBC driver implementation how many batches you could execute at once. You may for example want to execute them every 1000 batches:

public void executeBatch(List<Entity> entities) throws SQLException { 
    try (
        Connection connection = dataSource.getConnection();
        PreparedStatement statement = connection.prepareStatement(SQL);
    ) {
        int i = 0;

        for (Entity entity : entities) {
            statement.setObject(1, entity.getSomeProperty());
            // ...

            statement.addBatch();
            i++;

            if (i % 1000 == 0 || i == entities.size()) {
                statement.executeBatch(); // Execute every 1000 items.
            }
        }
    }
}

As to the multithreaded environments, you don't need to worry about this if you acquire and close the connection and the statement in the shortest possible scope inside the same method block according the normal JDBC idiom using try-with-resources statement as shown in above snippets.

If those batches are transactional, then you'd like to turn off autocommit of the connection and only commit the transaction when all batches are finished. Otherwise it may result in a dirty database when the first bunch of batches succeeded and the later not.

public void executeBatch(List<Entity> entities) throws SQLException { 
    try (Connection connection = dataSource.getConnection()) {
        connection.setAutoCommit(false);

        try (PreparedStatement statement = connection.prepareStatement(SQL)) {
            // ...

            try {
                connection.commit();
            } catch (SQLException e) {
                connection.rollback();
                throw e;
            }
        }
    }
}

Appending a line to a file only if it does not already exist

If you want to run this command using a python script within a Linux terminal...

import os,sys
LINE = 'include '+ <insert_line_STRING>
FILE = <insert_file_path_STRING>                                
os.system('grep -qxF $"'+LINE+'" '+FILE+' || echo $"'+LINE+'" >> '+FILE)

The $ and double quotations had me in a jungle, but this worked. Thanks everyone

How to install Java SDK on CentOS?

Since Oracle inserted some md5hash in their download links, one cannot automatically assemble a download link for command line.

So I tinkered some nasty bash command line to get the latest jdk download link, download it and directly install via rpm. For all who are interested:

wget -q http://www.oracle.com/technetwork/java/javase/downloads/index.html -O ./index.html && grep -Eoi ']+>' index.html | grep -Eoi '/technetwork/java/javase/downloads/jdk8-downloads-[0-9]+.html' | (head -n 1) | awk '{print "http://www.oracle.com"$1}' | xargs wget --no-cookies --header "Cookie: gpw_e24=xxx; oraclelicense=accept-securebackup-cookie;" -O index.html -q && grep -Eoi '"filepath":"[^"]+jdk-8u[0-9]+-linux-x64.rpm"' index.html | grep -Eoi 'http:[^"]+' | xargs wget --no-cookies --header "Cookie: gpw_e24=xxx; oraclelicense=accept-securebackup-cookie;" -q -O ./jdk8.rpm && sudo rpm -i ./jdk8.rpm

The bold part should be replaced by the package of your liking.

How can I find the product GUID of an installed MSI setup?

There is also a very helpful GUI tool called Product Browser which appears to be made by Microsoft or at least an employee of Microsoft.

It can be found on Github here Product Browser

I personally had a very easy time locating the GUID I needed with this.

php error: Class 'Imagick' not found

On an EC2 at AWS, I did this:

 yum list | grep imagick

Then found a list of ones I could install...

 php -v

told me which version of php I had and thus which version of imagick

yum install php56-pecl-imagick.x86_64

Did the trick. Enjoy!

How do I use disk caching in Picasso?

I had the same problem and used Glide library instead. Cache is out of the box there. https://github.com/bumptech/glide

How do I remove a property from a JavaScript object?

To remove a property from an object (mutating the object), you can do it like this:

delete myObject.regex;
// or,
delete myObject['regex'];
// or,
var prop = "regex";
delete myObject[prop];

Demo

_x000D_
_x000D_
var myObject = {
    "ircEvent": "PRIVMSG",
    "method": "newURI",
    "regex": "^http://.*"
};
delete myObject.regex;

console.log(myObject);
_x000D_
_x000D_
_x000D_

For anyone interested in reading more about it, Stack Overflow user kangax has written an incredibly in-depth blog post about the delete statement on their blog, Understanding delete. It is highly recommended.

If you'd like a new object with all the keys of the original except some, you could use the destructuring.

Demo

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_x000D_
let myObject = {
  "ircEvent": "PRIVMSG",
  "method": "newURI",
  "regex": "^http://.*"
};

const {regex, ...newObj} = myObject;

console.log(newObj);   // has no 'regex' key
console.log(myObject); // remains unchanged
_x000D_
_x000D_
_x000D_

Googlemaps API Key for Localhost

Typing 'my IP' in google search I got my public IP address and pasted it in IP address (the third option). It works for me.

How do I download a file from the internet to my linux server with Bash

Using wget

wget -O /tmp/myfile 'http://www.google.com/logo.jpg'

or curl:

curl -o /tmp/myfile 'http://www.google.com/logo.jpg'

Why doesn't Mockito mock static methods?

I seriously do think that it is code smell if you need to mock static methods, too.

  • Static methods to access common functionality? -> Use a singleton instance and inject that
  • Third party code? -> Wrap it into your own interface/delegate (and if necessary make it a singleton, too)

The only time this seems overkill to me, is libs like Guava, but you shouldn't need to mock this kind anyway cause it's part of the logic... (stuff like Iterables.transform(..))
That way your own code stays clean, you can mock out all your dependencies in a clean way, and you have an anti corruption layer against external dependencies. I've seen PowerMock in practice and all the classes we needed it for were poorly designed. Also the integration of PowerMock at times caused serious problems
(e.g. https://code.google.com/p/powermock/issues/detail?id=355)

PS: Same holds for private methods, too. I don't think tests should know about the details of private methods. If a class is so complex that it tempts to mock out private methods, it's probably a sign to split up that class...

Efficient thresholding filter of an array with numpy

b = a[a>threshold] this should do

I tested as follows:

import numpy as np, datetime
# array of zeros and ones interleaved
lrg = np.arange(2).reshape((2,-1)).repeat(1000000,-1).flatten()

t0 = datetime.datetime.now()
flt = lrg[lrg==0]
print datetime.datetime.now() - t0

t0 = datetime.datetime.now()
flt = np.array(filter(lambda x:x==0, lrg))
print datetime.datetime.now() - t0

I got

$ python test.py
0:00:00.028000
0:00:02.461000

http://docs.scipy.org/doc/numpy/user/basics.indexing.html#boolean-or-mask-index-arrays

Why does make think the target is up to date?

EDIT: This only applies to some versions of make - you should check your man page.

You can also pass the -B flag to make. As per the man page, this does:

-B, --always-make Unconditionally make all targets.

So make -B test would solve your problem if you were in a situation where you don't want to edit the Makefile or change the name of your test folder.

Consider marking event handler as 'passive' to make the page more responsive

For those receiving this warning for the first time, it is due to a bleeding edge feature called Passive Event Listeners that has been implemented in browsers fairly recently (summer 2016). From https://github.com/WICG/EventListenerOptions/blob/gh-pages/explainer.md:

Passive event listeners are a new feature in the DOM spec that enable developers to opt-in to better scroll performance by eliminating the need for scrolling to block on touch and wheel event listeners. Developers can annotate touch and wheel listeners with {passive: true} to indicate that they will never invoke preventDefault. This feature shipped in Chrome 51, Firefox 49 and landed in WebKit. For full official explanation read more here.

See also: What are passive event listeners?

You may have to wait for your .js library to implement support.

If you are handling events indirectly via a JavaScript library, you may be at the mercy of that particular library's support for the feature. As of December 2019, it does not look like any of the major libraries have implemented support. Some examples:

TypeScript and field initializers

if you want to create new instance without set initial value when instance

1- you have to use class not interface

2- you have to set initial value when create class

export class IStudentDTO {
 Id:        number = 0;
 Name:      string = '';


student: IStudentDTO = new IStudentDTO();

How can I open two pages from a single click without using JavaScript?

also you can open more than two page try this

`<a href="http://www.microsoft.com" target="_blank" onclick="window.open('http://www.google.com'); window.open('http://www.yahoo.com');">Click Here</a>`

How to set the value of a hidden field from a controller in mvc

Please try using following way.

@Html.Hidden("hdnFlag",(object) Convert.ToInt32(ViewBag.page_Count))

read input separated by whitespace(s) or newline...?

Just use:

your_type x;
while (std::cin >> x)
{
    // use x
}

operator>> will skip whitespace by default. You can chain things to read several variables at once:

if (std::cin >> my_string >> my_number)
    // use them both

getline() reads everything on a single line, returning that whether it's empty or contains dozens of space-separated elements. If you provide the optional alternative delimiter ala getline(std::cin, my_string, ' ') it still won't do what you seem to want, e.g. tabs will be read into my_string.

Probably not needed for this, but a fairly common requirement that you may be interested in sometime soon is to read a single newline-delimited line, then split it into components...

std::string line;
while (std::getline(std::cin, line))
{
    std::istringstream iss(line);
    first_type first_on_line;
    second_type second_on_line;
    third_type third_on_line;
    if (iss >> first_on_line >> second_on_line >> third_on_line)
        ...
}

How to move all files including hidden files into parent directory via *

You can find a comprehensive set of solutions on this in UNIX & Linux's answer to How do you move all files (including hidden) from one directory to another?. It shows solutions in Bash, zsh, ksh93, standard (POSIX) sh, etc.


You can use these two commands together:

mv /path/subfolder/* /path/   # your current approach
mv /path/subfolder/.* /path/  # this one for hidden files

Or all together (thanks pfnuesel):

mv /path/subfolder/{.,}* /path/

Which expands to:

mv /path/subfolder/* /path/subfolder/.* /path/

(example: echo a{.,}b expands to a.b ab)

Note this will show a couple of warnings:

mv: cannot move ‘/path/subfolder/.’ to /path/.’: Device or resource busy
mv: cannot remove /path/subfolder/..’: Is a directory

Just ignore them: this happens because /path/subfolder/{.,}* also expands to /path/subfolder/. and /path/subfolder/.., which are the directory and the parent directory (See What do “.” and “..” mean when in a folder?).


If you want to just copy, you can use a mere:

cp -r /path/subfolder/. /path/
#                     ^
#                     note the dot!

This will copy all files, both normal and hidden ones, since /path/subfolder/. expands to "everything from this directory" (Source: How to copy with cp to include hidden files and hidden directories and their contents?)

ExpressionChangedAfterItHasBeenCheckedError Explained

Angular runs change detection and when it finds that some values which has been passed to the child component have been changed, Angular throws the following error:

ExpressionChangedAfterItHasBeenCheckedError click for more

In order to correct this we can use the AfterContentChecked life cycle hook and

import { ChangeDetectorRef, AfterContentChecked} from '@angular/core';

  constructor(
  private cdref: ChangeDetectorRef) { }

  ngAfterContentChecked() {

    this.cdref.detectChanges();

  }

Split array into two parts without for loop in java

Splits an array in multiple arrays with a fixed maximum size.

public static <T extends Object> List<T[]> splitArray(T[] array, int max){

  int x = array.length / max;
  int r = (array.length % max); // remainder

  int lower = 0;
  int upper = 0;

  List<T[]> list = new ArrayList<T[]>();

  int i=0;

  for(i=0; i<x; i++){

    upper += max;

    list.add(Arrays.copyOfRange(array, lower, upper));

    lower = upper;
  }

  if(r > 0){

    list.add(Arrays.copyOfRange(array, lower, (lower + r)));

  }

  return list;
}

Example - an Array of 11 shall be splitted into multiple Arrays not exceeding a size of 5:

// create and populate an array
Integer[] arr = new Integer[11];

for(int i=0; i<arr.length; i++){
  arr[i] = i;
}

// split into pieces with a max. size of 5
List<Integer[]> list = ArrayUtil.splitArray(arr, 5);

// check
for(int i=0; i<list.size(); i++){

  System.out.println("Array " + i);

  for(int j=0; j<list.get(i).length; j++){
    System.out.println("  " + list.get(i)[j]);
  }
}

Output:

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

Verify External Script Is Loaded

Merging several answers from above into an easy to use function

function GetScriptIfNotLoaded(scriptLocationAndName)
{
  var len = $('script[src*="' + scriptLocationAndName +'"]').length;

  //script already loaded!
  if (len > 0)
      return;

  var head = document.getElementsByTagName('head')[0];
  var script = document.createElement('script');
  script.type = 'text/javascript';
  script.src = scriptLocationAndName;
  head.appendChild(script);
}

How to create a JPA query with LEFT OUTER JOIN

Normally the ON clause comes from the mapping's join columns, but the JPA 2.1 draft allows for additional conditions in a new ON clause.

See,

http://wiki.eclipse.org/EclipseLink/UserGuide/JPA/Basic_JPA_Development/Querying/JPQL#ON

jQuery-- Populate select from json

A solution is to create your own jquery plugin that take the json map and populate the select with it.

(function($) {     
     $.fn.fillValues = function(options) {
         var settings = $.extend({
             datas : null, 
             complete : null,
         }, options);

         this.each( function(){
            var datas = settings.datas;
            if(datas !=null) {
                $(this).empty();
                for(var key in datas){
                    $(this).append('<option value="'+key+'"+>'+datas[key]+'</option>');
                }
            }
            if($.isFunction(settings.complete)){
                settings.complete.call(this);
            }
        });

    }

}(jQuery));

You can call it by doing this :

$("#select").fillValues({datas:your_map,});

The advantages is that anywhere you will face the same problem you just call

 $("....").fillValues({datas:your_map,});

Et voila !

You can add functions in your plugin as you like

How to get JS variable to retain value after page refresh?

You can do that by storing cookies on client side.

How can I delete multiple lines in vi?

If you want to delete a range AFTER a specific line trigger you can use something like this

:g/^TMPDIR/ :.,+11d

That deletes 11 lines (inclusive) after every encounter of ^TMPDIR.

Git : fatal: Could not read from remote repository. Please make sure you have the correct access rights and the repository exists

Maybe, as in my silly situation, you may somehow created the ssh key by directly typing

ssh-keygen

And so it is created with the local system user credentials so they don't match, use full command like this and recreate

ssh-keygen -t rsa -b 4096 -C "[email protected]"

How to use the divide function in the query?

Assuming all of these columns are int, then the first thing to sort out is converting one or more of them to a better data type - int division performs truncation, so anything less than 100% would give you a result of 0:

select (100.0 * (SPGI09_EARLY_OVER_T – SPGI09_OVER_WK_EARLY_ADJUST_T)) / (SPGI09_EARLY_OVER_T + SPGR99_LATE_CM_T  + SPGR99_ON_TIME_Q)
from 
CSPGI09_OVERSHIPMENT 

Here, I've mutiplied one of the numbers by 100.0 which will force the result of the calculation to be done with floats rather than ints. By choosing 100, I'm also getting it ready to be treated as a %.

I was also a little confused by your bracketing - I think I've got it correct - but you had brackets around single values, and then in other places you had a mix of operators (- and /) at the same level, and so were relying on the precedence rules to define which operator applied first.

jasmine: Async callback was not invoked within timeout specified by jasmine.DEFAULT_TIMEOUT_INTERVAL

What I did was: Added/Updated the following code:

framework: 'jasmine',
jasmineNodeOpts: 
{
    // Jasmine default timeout
    defaultTimeoutInterval: 60000,
    expectationResultHandler(passed, assertion) 
    {
      // do something
    },
}

Java java.sql.SQLException: Invalid column index on preparing statement

In date '?', the '?' is a literal string with value ?, not a parameter placeholder, so your query does not have any parameters. The date is a shorthand cast from (literal) string to date. You need to replace date '?' with ? to actually have a parameter.

Also if you know it is a date, then use setDate(..) and not setString(..) to set the parameter.

Find out time it took for a python script to complete execution

import sys
import timeit

start = timeit.default_timer()

#do some nice things...

stop = timeit.default_timer()
total_time = stop - start

# output running time in a nice format.
mins, secs = divmod(total_time, 60)
hours, mins = divmod(mins, 60)

sys.stdout.write("Total running time: %d:%d:%d.\n" % (hours, mins, secs))

Create a rounded button / button with border-radius in Flutter

You can use the RaisedButton Widget. Raised Button Widget has shape property which you can utilise as shown in below snippet.

 RaisedButton(
          child: Text("Press Me"),
          onPressed: null,
          shape: RoundedRectangleBorder(borderRadius: new BorderRadius.circular(30.0))
        )

Https Connection Android

I don't know about the Android specifics for ssl certificates, but it would make sense that Android won't accept a self signed ssl certificate off the bat. I found this post from android forums which seems to be addressing the same issue: http://androidforums.com/android-applications/950-imap-self-signed-ssl-certificates.html

How to add label in chart.js for pie chart

EDIT: http://jsfiddle.net/nCFGL/223/ My Example.

You should be able to like follows:

var pieData = [{
    value: 30,
    color: "#F38630",
    label: 'Sleep',
    labelColor: 'white',
    labelFontSize: '16'
  },
  ...
];

Include the Chart.js located at:

https://github.com/nnnick/Chart.js/pull/35

Nested ng-repeat

It's better to have a proper JSON format instead of directly using the one converted from XML.

[
  {
    "number": "2013-W45",
    "days": [
      {
        "dow": "1",
        "templateDay": "Monday",
        "jobs": [
          {
            "name": "Wakeup",
            "jobs": [
              {
                "name": "prepare breakfast",

              }
            ]
          },
          {
            "name": "work 9-5",

          }
        ]
      },
      {
        "dow": "2",
        "templateDay": "Tuesday",
        "jobs": [
          {
            "name": "Wakeup",
            "jobs": [
              {
                "name": "prepare breakfast",

              }
            ]
          }
        ]
      }
    ]
  }
]

This will make things much easier and easy to loop through.

Now you can write the loop as -

<div ng-repeat="week in myData">
   <div ng-repeat="day in week.days">
      {{day.dow}} - {{day.templateDay}}
      <b>Jobs:</b><br/> 
       <ul>
         <li ng-repeat="job in day.jobs"> 
           {{job.name}} 
         </li>
       </ul>
   </div>
</div>

CORS: Cannot use wildcard in Access-Control-Allow-Origin when credentials flag is true

If you are using CORS middleware and you want to send withCredential boolean true, you can configure CORS like this:

var cors = require('cors');    
app.use(cors({credentials: true, origin: 'http://localhost:3000'}));

Use space as a delimiter with cut command

To complement the existing, helpful answers; tip of the hat to QZ Support for encouraging me to post a separate answer:

Two distinct mechanisms come into play here:

  • (a) whether cut itself requires the delimiter (space, in this case) passed to the -d option to be a separate argument or whether it's acceptable to append it directly to -d.

  • (b) how the shell generally parses arguments before passing them to the command being invoked.

(a) is answered by a quote from the POSIX guidelines for utilities (emphasis mine)

If the SYNOPSIS of a standard utility shows an option with a mandatory option-argument [...] a conforming application shall use separate arguments for that option and its option-argument. However, a conforming implementation shall also permit applications to specify the option and option-argument in the same argument string without intervening characters.

In other words: In this case, because -d's option-argument is mandatory, you can choose whether to specify the delimiter as:

  • (s) EITHER: a separate argument
  • (d) OR: as a value directly attached to -d.

Once you've chosen (s) or (d), it is the shell's string-literal parsing - (b) - that matters:

  • With approach (s), all of the following forms are EQUIVALENT:

    • -d ' '
    • -d " "
    • -d \<space> # <space> used to represent an actual space for technical reasons
  • With approach (d), all of the following forms are EQUIVALENT:

    • -d' '
    • -d" "
    • "-d "
    • '-d '
    • d\<space>

The equivalence is explained by the shell's string-literal processing:

All solutions above result in the exact same string (in each group) by the time cut sees them:

  • (s): cut sees -d, as its own argument, followed by a separate argument that contains a space char - without quotes or \ prefix!.

  • (d): cut sees -d plus a space char - without quotes or \ prefix! - as part of the same argument.

The reason the forms in the respective groups are ultimately identical is twofold, based on how the shell parses string literals:

  • The shell allows literal to be specified as is through a mechanism called quoting, which can take several forms:
    • single-quoted strings: the contents inside '...' is taken literally and forms a single argument
    • double-quoted strings: the contents inside "..." also forms a single argument, but is subject to interpolation (expands variable references such as $var, command substitutions ($(...) or `...`), or arithmetic expansions ($(( ... ))).
    • \-quoting of individual characters: a \ preceding a single character causes that character to be interpreted as a literal.
  • Quoting is complemented by quote removal, which means that once the shell has parsed a command line, it removes the quote characters from the arguments (enclosing '...' or "..." or \ instances) - thus, the command being invoked never sees the quote characters.

how to check for null with a ng-if values in a view with angularjs?

Here is a simple example that I tried to explain.

<div>
    <div *ngIf="product">     <!--If "product" exists-->
      <h2>Product Details</h2><hr>
      <h4>Name: {{ product.name }}</h4>
      <h5>Price: {{ product.price | currency }}</h5>
      <p> Description: {{ product.description }}</p>
    </div>

    <div *ngIf="!product">     <!--If "product" not exists-->
       *Product not found
    </div>
</div>

Insert into ... values ( SELECT ... FROM ... )

If you go the INSERT VALUES route to insert multiple rows, make sure to delimit the VALUES into sets using parentheses, so:

INSERT INTO `receiving_table`
  (id,
  first_name,
  last_name)
VALUES 
  (1002,'Charles','Babbage'),
  (1003,'George', 'Boole'),
  (1001,'Donald','Chamberlin'),
  (1004,'Alan','Turing'),
  (1005,'My','Widenius');

Otherwise MySQL objects that "Column count doesn't match value count at row 1", and you end up writing a trivial post when you finally figure out what to do about it.

Convert UTF-8 to base64 string

It's a little difficult to tell what you're trying to achieve, but assuming you're trying to get a Base64 string that when decoded is abcdef==, the following should work:

byte[] bytes = Encoding.UTF8.GetBytes("abcdef==");
string base64 = Convert.ToBase64String(bytes);
Console.WriteLine(base64);

This will output: YWJjZGVmPT0= which is abcdef== encoded in Base64.

Edit:

To decode a Base64 string, simply use Convert.FromBase64String(). E.g.

string base64 = "YWJjZGVmPT0=";
byte[] bytes = Convert.FromBase64String(base64);

At this point, bytes will be a byte[] (not a string). If we know that the byte array represents a string in UTF8, then it can be converted back to the string form using:

string str = Encoding.UTF8.GetString(bytes);
Console.WriteLine(str);

This will output the original input string, abcdef== in this case.

Android LinearLayout Gradient Background

<?xml version="1.0" encoding="utf-8"?>

<gradient
    android:angle="90"
    android:startColor="@color/colorPrimary"
    android:endColor="@color/colorPrimary"
    android:centerColor="@color/white"
    android:type="linear"/>

<corners android:bottomRightRadius="10dp"
    android:bottomLeftRadius="10dp"
    android:topRightRadius="10dp"
    android:topLeftRadius="10dp"/>

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Python: URLError: <urlopen error [Errno 10060]

The error code 10060 means it cannot connect to the remote peer. It might be because of the network problem or mostly your setting issues, such as proxy setting.

You could try to connect the same host with other tools(such as ncat) and/or with another PC within your same local network to find out where the problem is occuring.

For proxy issue, there are some material here:

Using an HTTP PROXY - Python

Why can't I get Python's urlopen() method to work on Windows?

Hope it helps!

Regular expression: find spaces (tabs/space) but not newlines

Try this character set:

[ \t]

This does only match a space or a tabulator.

How do I find the maximum of 2 numbers?

max(value,run)

should do it.

How to downgrade to older version of Gradle

Got to

gradle-wrapper.properties

Change the version of the below mentioned distribution (gradle-5.6.4-bin.zip)

distributionUrl=https://services.gradle.org/distributions/gradle-5.6.4-bin.zip

'0000-00-00 00:00:00' can not be represented as java.sql.Timestamp error

You can use this JDBC URL directly in your data source configuration:

jdbc:mysql://yourserver:3306/yourdatabase?zeroDateTimeBehavior=convertToNull

How to place Text and an Image next to each other in HTML?

You can use vertical-align and floating.

In most cases you want to vertical-align: middle, the image.

Here is a test: http://www.w3schools.com/cssref/tryit.asp?filename=trycss_vertical-align

vertical-align: baseline|length|sub|super|top|text-top|middle|bottom|text-bottom|initial|inherit;

For middle, the definition is: The element is placed in the middle of the parent element.

So you might want to apply that to all elements within the element.

SQL Server Management Studio missing

In SQL Server 2016 it has its own link:

enter image description here

Just download it here: https://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/mt238290.aspx

How to merge specific files from Git branches

You can stash and stash pop the file:

git checkout branch1
git checkout branch2 file.py
git stash
git checkout branch1
git stash pop

What's the difference between __PRETTY_FUNCTION__, __FUNCTION__, __func__?

__func__ is an implicitly declared identifier that expands to a character array variable containing the function name when it is used inside of a function. It was added to C in C99. From C99 §6.4.2.2/1:

The identifier __func__ is implicitly declared by the translator as if, immediately following the opening brace of each function definition, the declaration

static const char __func__[] = "function-name";

appeared, where function-name is the name of the lexically-enclosing function. This name is the unadorned name of the function.

Note that it is not a macro and it has no special meaning during preprocessing.

__func__ was added to C++ in C++11, where it is specified as containing "an implementation-de?ned string" (C++11 §8.4.1[dcl.fct.def.general]/8), which is not quite as useful as the specification in C. (The original proposal to add __func__ to C++ was N1642).

__FUNCTION__ is a pre-standard extension that some C compilers support (including gcc and Visual C++); in general, you should use __func__ where it is supported and only use __FUNCTION__ if you are using a compiler that does not support it (for example, Visual C++, which does not support C99 and does not yet support all of C++0x, does not provide __func__).

__PRETTY_FUNCTION__ is a gcc extension that is mostly the same as __FUNCTION__, except that for C++ functions it contains the "pretty" name of the function including the signature of the function. Visual C++ has a similar (but not quite identical) extension, __FUNCSIG__.

For the nonstandard macros, you will want to consult your compiler's documentation. The Visual C++ extensions are included in the MSDN documentation of the C++ compiler's "Predefined Macros". The gcc documentation extensions are described in the gcc documentation page "Function Names as Strings."

PHP foreach loop key value

foreach($shipmentarr as $index=>$val){    
    $additionalService = array();

    foreach($additionalService[$index] as $key => $value) {

        array_push($additionalService,$value);

    }
}

How to unnest a nested list

the first case can also be easily done as:

A=A[0]

How to copy static files to build directory with Webpack?

Above suggestions are good. But to try to answer your question directly I'd suggest using cpy-cli in a script defined in your package.json.

This example expects node to somewhere on your path. Install cpy-cli as a development dependency:

npm install --save-dev cpy-cli

Then create a couple of nodejs files. One to do the copy and the other to display a checkmark and message.

copy.js

#!/usr/bin/env node

var shelljs = require('shelljs');
var addCheckMark = require('./helpers/checkmark');
var path = require('path');

var cpy = path.join(__dirname, '../node_modules/cpy-cli/cli.js');

shelljs.exec(cpy + ' /static/* /build/', addCheckMark.bind(null, callback));

function callback() {
  process.stdout.write(' Copied /static/* to the /build/ directory\n\n');
}

checkmark.js

var chalk = require('chalk');

/**
 * Adds mark check symbol
 */
function addCheckMark(callback) {
  process.stdout.write(chalk.green(' ?'));
  callback();
}

module.exports = addCheckMark;

Add the script in package.json. Assuming scripts are in <project-root>/scripts/

...
"scripts": {
  "copy": "node scripts/copy.js",
...

To run the sript:

npm run copy

How to center the text in PHPExcel merged cell

When using merged columns, I got it centered by using PHPExcel_Style_Alignment::HORIZONTAL_CENTER_CONTINUOUS instead of PHPExcel_Style_Alignment::HORIZONTAL_CENTER

Hiding button using jQuery

You can use the .hide() function bound to a click handler:

$('#Comanda').click(function() {
    $(this).hide();
});

jQuery remove options from select

When I did just a remove the option remained in the ddl on the view, but was gone in the html (if u inspect the page)

$("#ddlSelectList option[value='2']").remove(); //removes the option with value = 2
$('#ddlSelectList').val('').trigger('chosen:updated'); //refreshes the drop down list

How to use TLS 1.2 in Java 6

After a few hours of playing with the Oracle JDK 1.6, I was able to make it work without any code change. The magic is done by Bouncy Castle to handle SSL and allow JDK 1.6 to run with TLSv1.2 by default. In theory, it could also be applied to older Java versions with eventual adjustments.

  1. Download the latest Java 1.6 version from the Java Archive Oracle website
  2. Uncompress it on your preferred path and set your JAVA_HOME environment variable
  3. Update the JDK with the latest Java Cryptography Extension (JCE) Unlimited Strength Jurisdiction Policy Files 6
  4. Download the Bounce Castle files bcprov-jdk15to18-165.jar and bctls-jdk15to18-165.jar and copy them into your ${JAVA_HOME}/jre/lib/ext folder
  5. Modify the file ${JAVA_HOME}/jre/lib/security/java.security commenting out the providers section and adding some extra lines
    # Original security providers (just comment it)
    # security.provider.1=sun.security.provider.Sun
    # security.provider.2=sun.security.rsa.SunRsaSign
    # security.provider.3=com.sun.net.ssl.internal.ssl.Provider
    # security.provider.4=com.sun.crypto.provider.SunJCE
    # security.provider.5=sun.security.jgss.SunProvider
    # security.provider.6=com.sun.security.sasl.Provider
    # security.provider.7=org.jcp.xml.dsig.internal.dom.XMLDSigRI
    # security.provider.8=sun.security.smartcardio.SunPCSC

    # Add the Bouncy Castle security providers with higher priority
    security.provider.1=org.bouncycastle.jce.provider.BouncyCastleProvider
    security.provider.2=org.bouncycastle.jsse.provider.BouncyCastleJsseProvider
    
    # Original security providers with different priorities
    security.provider.3=sun.security.provider.Sun
    security.provider.4=sun.security.rsa.SunRsaSign
    security.provider.5=com.sun.net.ssl.internal.ssl.Provider
    security.provider.6=com.sun.crypto.provider.SunJCE 
    security.provider.7=sun.security.jgss.SunProvider
    security.provider.8=com.sun.security.sasl.Provider
    security.provider.9=org.jcp.xml.dsig.internal.dom.XMLDSigRI
    security.provider.10=sun.security.smartcardio.SunPCSC

    # Here we are changing the default SSLSocketFactory implementation
    ssl.SocketFactory.provider=org.bouncycastle.jsse.provider.SSLSocketFactoryImpl

Just to make sure it's working let's make a simple Java program to download files from one URL using https.

import java.io.*;
import java.net.*;


public class DownloadWithHttps {

    public static void main(String[] args) {
        try {
            URL url = new URL(args[0]);
            System.out.println("File to Download: " + url);
            String filename = url.getFile();
            File f = new File(filename);
            System.out.println("Output File: " + f.getName());
            BufferedInputStream in = new BufferedInputStream(url.openStream());
            FileOutputStream fileOutputStream = new FileOutputStream(f.getName());
            int bytesRead;
            byte dataBuffer[] = new byte[1024];

            while ((bytesRead = in.read(dataBuffer, 0, 1024)) != -1) {
                fileOutputStream.write(dataBuffer, 0, bytesRead);
            }
            fileOutputStream.close();

        } catch (Exception ex) {
            ex.printStackTrace();
        }

    }
}

Now, just compile the DownloadWithHttps.java program and execute it with your Java 1.6


${JAVA_HOME}/bin/javac DownloadWithHttps.java
${JAVA_HOME}/bin/java DownloadWithHttps https://repo1.maven.org/maven2/org/apache/commons/commons-lang3/3.10/commons-lang3-3.10.jar

Important note for Windows users: This solution was tested in a Linux OS, if you are using Windows, please replace the ${JAVA_HOME} by %JAVA_HOME%.

How to find the first and second maximum number?

If you want the second highest number you can use

=LARGE(E4:E9;2)

although that doesn't account for duplicates so you could get the same result as the Max

If you want the largest number that is smaller than the maximum number you can use this version

=LARGE(E4:E9;COUNTIF(E4:E9;MAX(E4:E9))+1)

VS Code - Search for text in all files in a directory

To add to the above, if you want to search within the selected folder, right click on the folder and click "Find in Folder" or default key binding:

Alt+Shift+F

As already mentioned, to search all folders in your project, click Edit > "Find in Files" or:

Ctrl+Shift+F

How to set Status Bar Style in Swift 3

You can also do this in storyboard

  1. Create a new entry in info.plist "View controller-based status bar appearance" set it to "YES".
  2. Go to your storyboard and then select the navigation controller that you want to change. Click on the navigation bar from Storyboard document outline section (left panel on storyboard)
  3. Go to the right panel and click the attributes section
  4. Under the Navigation Bar section you will see style. Select the style you would like (default is for black and black is for white)

You will have to do this for each navigation controller you have. However, any views under that navigation controller will change all the view's status bars style/color to the one you just selected. I find this option better because you can see your results instantly and do not have to add extra lines of code in every view controller.

enter image description here

(Done with Xcode 8.3.3 in an all Swift project)

JFrame background image

I used a very similar method to @bott, but I modified it a little bit to make there be no need to resize the image:

BufferedImage img = null;
try {
    img = ImageIO.read(new File("image.jpg"));
} catch (IOException e) {
    e.printStackTrace();
}
Image dimg = img.getScaledInstance(800, 508, Image.SCALE_SMOOTH);
ImageIcon imageIcon = new ImageIcon(dimg);
setContentPane(new JLabel(imageIcon));

Works every time. You can also get the width and height of the jFrame and use that in place of the 800 and 508 respectively.

How to read a single char from the console in Java (as the user types it)?

There is no portable way to read raw characters from a Java console.

Some platform-dependent workarounds have been presented above. But to be really portable, you'd have to abandon console mode and use a windowing mode, e.g. AWT or Swing.

How to watch and reload ts-node when TypeScript files change

add this to your package.json file

scripts {
"dev": "nodemon --watch '**/*.ts' --exec 'ts-node' index.ts"
}

and to make this work you also need to install ts-node as dev-dependency

yarn add ts-node -D

run yarn dev to start the dev server

LINQ to SQL - How to select specific columns and return strongly typed list

The issue was in fact that one of the properties was a relation to another table. I changed my LINQ query so that it could get the same data from a different method without needing to load the entire table.

Thank you all for your help!

Angular2 QuickStart npm start is not working correctly

First you need update npm, lite-server and typescript:

sudo npm update -g && sudo npm install -g concurrently lite-server typescript

Delete node_modules folder from your Angular project directory (if exist). Next run:

npm install

After that resolve ENOSPC errors:

echo fs.inotify.max_user_watches=524288 | sudo tee -a /etc/sysctl.conf && sudo sysctl -p

Finally:

npm start

This is my package.json file:

_x000D_
_x000D_
{_x000D_
  "name": "reservationsystem",_x000D_
  "version": "0.0.1",_x000D_
  "scripts": {_x000D_
    "tsc": "tsc",_x000D_
    "tsc:w": "tsc -w",_x000D_
    "lite": "lite-server",_x000D_
    "start": "concurrent \"npm run tsc:w\" \"npm run lite\" "_x000D_
  },_x000D_
  "dependencies": {_x000D_
    "a2-in-memory-web-api": "~0.1.0",_x000D_
    "angular2": "2.0.0-beta.3",_x000D_
    "es6-promise": "^3.0.2",_x000D_
    "es6-shim": "^0.33.3",_x000D_
    "reflect-metadata": "0.1.2",_x000D_
    "rxjs": "5.0.0-beta.0",_x000D_
    "systemjs": "0.19.17",_x000D_
    "zone.js": "0.5.11"_x000D_
  },_x000D_
  "devDependencies": {_x000D_
    "concurrently": "^1.0.0",_x000D_
    "lite-server": "^2.0.1",_x000D_
    "typescript": "^1.7.5"_x000D_
  }_x000D_
}
_x000D_
_x000D_
_x000D_

What does 'var that = this;' mean in JavaScript?

Sometimes this can refer to another scope and refer to something else, for example suppose you want to call a constructor method inside a DOM event, in this case this will refer to the DOM element not the created object.

HTML

<button id="button">Alert Name</button>

JS

var Person = function(name) {
  this.name = name;
  var that = this;
  this.sayHi = function() {
    alert(that.name);
  };
};

var ahmad = new Person('Ahmad');
var element = document.getElementById('button');
element.addEventListener('click', ahmad.sayHi); // => Ahmad

Demo

The solution above will assing this to that then we can and access the name property inside the sayHi method from that, so this can be called without issues inside the DOM call.

Another solution is to assign an empty that object and add properties and methods to it and then return it. But with this solution you lost the prototype of the constructor.

var Person = function(name) {
  var that = {};
  that.name = name;
  that.sayHi = function() {
    alert(that.name);
  };
  return that;
};

Placing border inside of div and not on its edge

for consistent rendering between new and older browsers, add a double container, the outer with the width, the inner with the border.

<div style="width:100px;">
<div style="border:2px solid #000;">
contents here
</div>
</div>

this is obviously only if your precise width is more important than having extra markup!

error: request for member '..' in '..' which is of non-class type

@MykolaGolubyev has already given wonderful explanation. I was looking for a solution to do somthing like this MyClass obj ( MyAnotherClass() ) but the compiler was interpreting it as a function declaration.

C++11 has braced-init-list. Using this we can do something like this

Temp t{String()};

However, this:

Temp t(String());

throws compilation error as it considers t as of type Temp(String (*)()).

#include <iostream>

class String {
public:
    String(const char* str): ptr(str)
    {
        std::cout << "Constructor: " << str << std::endl;
    }
    String(void): ptr(nullptr)
    {
        std::cout << "Constructor" << std::endl;
    }
    virtual ~String(void)
    {
        std::cout << "Destructor" << std::endl;
    }

private:
    const char *ptr;
};

class Temp {
public:
    Temp(String in): str(in)
    {
        std::cout << "Temp Constructor" << std::endl;
    }

    Temp(): str(String("hello"))
    {
        std::cout << "Temp Constructor: 2" << std::endl;
    }
    virtual ~Temp(void)
    {
        std::cout << "Temp Destructor" << std::endl;
    }

    virtual String get_str()
    {
        return str;
    }

private:
    String str;
};

int main(void)
{
    Temp t{String()}; // Compiles Success!
    // Temp t(String()); // Doesn't compile. Considers "t" as of type: Temp(String (*)())
    t.get_str(); // dummy statement just to check if we are able to access the member
    return 0;
}

Multiple inheritance for an anonymous class

I guess nobody understood the question. I guess what this guy wanted was something like this:

return new (class implements MyInterface {
    @Override
    public void myInterfaceMethod() { /*do something*/ }
});

because this would allow things like multiple interface implementations:

return new (class implements MyInterface, AnotherInterface {
    @Override
    public void myInterfaceMethod() { /*do something*/ }

    @Override
    public void anotherInterfaceMethod() { /*do something*/ }
});

this would be really nice indeed; but that's not allowed in Java.

What you can do is use local classes inside method blocks:

public AnotherInterface createAnotherInterface() {
    class LocalClass implements MyInterface, AnotherInterface {
        @Override
        public void myInterfaceMethod() { /*do something*/ }

        @Override
        public void anotherInterfaceMethod() { /*do something*/ }
    }
    return new LocalClass();
}

Replace single quotes in SQL Server

I ran into a strange anomaly that would apply here. Using Google API and getting the reply in XML format, it was failing to convert to XML data type because of single quotes.

Replace(@Strip ,'''','')

was not working because the single quote was ascii character 146 instead of 39. So I used:

Replace(@Strip, char(146), '')

which also works for regular single quotes char(39) and any other special character.

How do I deploy Node.js applications as a single executable file?

Meanwhile I have found the (for me) perfect solution: nexe, which creates a single executable from a Node.js application including all of its modules.

It's the next best thing to an ideal solution.

How to set 'X-Frame-Options' on iframe?

The solution is to install a browser plugin.

A web site which issues HTTP Header X-Frame-Options with a value of DENY (or SAMEORIGIN with a different server origin) cannot be integrated into an IFRAME... unless you change this behavior by installing a Browser plugin which ignores the X-Frame-Options Header (e.g. Chrome's Ignore X-Frame Headers).

Note that this not recommended at all for security reasons.

Xcopy Command excluding files and folders

Just give full path to exclusion file: eg..

-- no - - - - -xcopy c:\t1 c:\t2 /EXCLUDE:list-of-excluded-files.txt

correct - - - xcopy c:\t1 c:\t2 /EXCLUDE:C:\list-of-excluded-files.txt

In this example the file would be located " C:\list-of-excluded-files.txt "

or...

correct - - - xcopy c:\t1 c:\t2 /EXCLUDE:C:\mybatch\list-of-excluded-files.txt

In this example the file would be located " C:\mybatch\list-of-excluded-files.txt "

Full path fixes syntax error.

Regex to replace multiple spaces with a single space

For more control you can use the replace callback to handle the value.

value = "tags:HUNT  tags:HUNT         tags:HUNT  tags:HUNT"
value.replace(new RegExp(`(?:\\s+)(?:tags)`, 'g'), $1 => ` ${$1.trim()}`)
//"tags:HUNT tags:HUNT tags:HUNT tags:HUNT"

Decoding UTF-8 strings in Python

It's an encoding error - so if it's a unicode string, this ought to fix it:

text.encode("windows-1252").decode("utf-8")

If it's a plain string, you'll need an extra step:

text.decode("utf-8").encode("windows-1252").decode("utf-8")

Both of these will give you a unicode string.

By the way - to discover how a piece of text like this has been mangled due to encoding issues, you can use chardet:

>>> import chardet
>>> chardet.detect(u"And the Hip’s coming, too")
{'confidence': 0.5, 'encoding': 'windows-1252'}

Javascript Array Alert

If you want to see the array as an array, you can say

alert(JSON.stringify(aCustomers));

instead of all those document.writes.

http://jsfiddle.net/5b2eb/

However, if you want to display them cleanly, one per line, in your popup, do this:

alert(aCustomers.join("\n"));

http://jsfiddle.net/5b2eb/1/

Equivalent of LIMIT and OFFSET for SQL Server?

Since, I test more times this script more useful by 1 million records each page 100 records with pagination work faster my PC execute this script 0 sec while compare with mysql have own limit and offset about 4.5 sec to get the result.

Someone may miss understanding Row_Number() always sort by specific field. In case we need to define only row in sequence should use:

ROW_NUMBER() OVER (ORDER BY (SELECT NULL))

SELECT TOP {LIMIT} * FROM (
      SELECT TOP {LIMIT} + {OFFSET} ROW_NUMBER() OVER (ORDER BY (SELECT NULL)) AS ROW_NO,*
      FROM  {TABLE_NAME}
) XX WHERE ROW_NO > {OFFSET}

Explain:

  • {LIMIT}: Number of records for each page
  • {OFFSET}: Number of skip records

Add JavaScript object to JavaScript object

As my first object is a native javascript object (used like a list of objects), push didn't work in my escenario, but I resolved it by adding new key as following:

MyObjList['newKey'] = obj;

In addition to this, may be usefull to know how to delete same object inserted before:

delete MyObjList['newKey'][id];

Hope it helps someone as it helped me;

How to stop/kill a query in postgresql?

What I did is first check what are the running processes by

SELECT * FROM pg_stat_activity WHERE state = 'active';

Find the process you want to kill, then type:

SELECT pg_cancel_backend(<pid of the process>)

This basically "starts" a request to terminate gracefully, which may be satisfied after some time, though the query comes back immediately.

If the process cannot be killed, try:

SELECT pg_terminate_backend(<pid of the process>)

How to overcome "'aclocal-1.15' is missing on your system" warning?

Often, you don't need any auto* tools and the simplest solution is to simply run touch aclocal.m4 configure in the relevant folder (and also run touch on Makefile.am and Makefile.in if they exist). This will update the timestamp of aclocal.m4 and remind the system that aclocal.m4 is up-to-date and doesn't need to be rebuilt. After this, it's probably best to empty your build directory and rerun configure from scratch after doing this. I run into this problem regularly. For me, the root cause is that I copy a library (e.g. mpfr code for gcc) from another folder and the timestamps change.

Of course, this trick isn't valid if you really do need to regenerate those files, perhaps because you have manually changed them. But hopefully the developers of the package distribute up-to-date files.


And of course, if you do want to install automake and friends, then use the appropriate package-manager for your distribution.


Install aclocal which comes with automake:

brew install automake          # for Mac
apt-get install automake       # for Ubuntu

Try again:

./configure && make 

How to get the browser viewport dimensions?

I looked and found a cross browser way:

_x000D_
_x000D_
function myFunction(){_x000D_
  if(window.innerWidth !== undefined && window.innerHeight !== undefined) { _x000D_
    var w = window.innerWidth;_x000D_
    var h = window.innerHeight;_x000D_
  } else {  _x000D_
    var w = document.documentElement.clientWidth;_x000D_
    var h = document.documentElement.clientHeight;_x000D_
  }_x000D_
  var txt = "Page size: width=" + w + ", height=" + h;_x000D_
  document.getElementById("demo").innerHTML = txt;_x000D_
}
_x000D_
<!DOCTYPE html>_x000D_
<html>_x000D_
  <body onresize="myFunction()" onload="myFunction()">_x000D_
   <p>_x000D_
    Try to resize the page._x000D_
   </p>_x000D_
   <p id="demo">_x000D_
    &nbsp;_x000D_
   </p>_x000D_
  </body>_x000D_
</html>
_x000D_
_x000D_
_x000D_

CSS word-wrapping in div

It's pretty hard to say definitively without seeing what the rendered html looks like and what styles are being applied to the elements within the treeview div, but the thing that jumps out at me right away is the

overflow-x: scroll;

What happens if you remove that?

blur vs focusout -- any real differences?

The documentation for focusout says (emphasis mine):

The focusout event is sent to an element when it, or any element inside of it, loses focus. This is distinct from the blur event in that it supports detecting the loss of focus on descendant elements (in other words, it supports event bubbling).

The same distinction exists between the focusin and focus events.

Default behavior of "git push" without a branch specified

A git push will try and push all local branches to the remote server, this is likely what you do not want. I have a couple of conveniences setup to deal with this:

Alias "gpull" and "gpush" appropriately:

In my ~/.bash_profile

get_git_branch() {
  echo `git branch 2> /dev/null | sed -e '/^[^*]/d' -e 's/* \(.*\)/\1/'`
}
alias gpull='git pull origin `get_git_branch`'
alias gpush='git push origin `get_git_branch`'

Thus, executing "gpush" or "gpull" will push just my "currently on" branch.

Stuck while installing Visual Studio 2015 (Update for Microsoft Windows (KB2999226))

Just kill wusa.exe and install KB2999226 manually. Installation will continue without any problems.

New line character in VB.Net?

Check out Environment.NewLine. As for web pages, break lines with <br> or <p></p> tags.

Calling startActivity() from outside of an Activity context

Use this code. Works fine for me. Share Something from Outside of an activity:

Intent intent = new Intent(Intent.ACTION_SEND);
intent.setType("text/plain");

// Append Text
String Text = "Your Text Here"

intent.putExtra(Intent.EXTRA_TEXT, Text);
intent.addFlags(Intent.FLAG_ACTIVITY_NEW_TASK);

Intent shareIntent = Intent.createChooser(intent,"Share . . . ");
shareIntent.setFlags(Intent.FLAG_ACTIVITY_NEW_TASK);
G.context.getApplicationContext().startActivity(shareIntent);

How to run a Maven project from Eclipse?

Well, you need to incorporate exec-maven-plugin, this plug-in performs the same thing that you do on command prompt when you type in java -cp .;jarpaths TestMain. You can pass argument and define which phase (test, package, integration, verify, or deploy), you want this plug-in to call your main class.

You need to add this plug-in under <build> tag and specify parameters. For example

   <project>
    ...
    ...
    <build>
     <plugins>
      <plugin>
       <groupId>org.codehaus.mojo</groupId>
       <artifactId>exec-maven-plugin</artifactId>
       <version>1.1.1</version>
       <executions>
        <execution>
         <phase>test</phase>
         <goals>
          <goal>java</goal>
         </goals>
         <configuration>
          <mainClass>my.company.name.packageName.TestMain</mainClass>
          <arguments>
           <argument>myArg1</argument>
           <argument>myArg2</argument>
          </arguments>
         </configuration>
        </execution>
       </executions>
      </plugin>
     </plugins>
    </build>
    ...
    ...
   </project>

Now, if you right-click on on the project folder and do Run As > Maven Test, or Run As > Maven Package or Run As > Maven Install, the test phase will execute and so your Main class.

How to get UTC timestamp in Ruby?

The default formatting is not very useful, in my opinion. I prefer ISO8601 as it's sortable, relatively compact and widely recognized:

>> require 'time'
=> true
>> Time.now.utc.iso8601
=> "2011-07-28T23:14:04Z"

How to check heap usage of a running JVM from the command line?

For Java 8 you can use the following command line to get the heap space utilization in kB:

jstat -gc <PID> | tail -n 1 | awk '{split($0,a," "); sum=a[3]+a[4]+a[6]+a[8]; print sum}'

The command basically sums up:

  • S0U: Survivor space 0 utilization (kB).
  • S1U: Survivor space 1 utilization (kB).
  • EU: Eden space utilization (kB).
  • OU: Old space utilization (kB).

You may also want to include the metaspace and the compressed class space utilization. In this case you have to add a[10] and a[12] to the awk sum.

SQL how to make null values come last when sorting ascending

SELECT *          
FROM Employees
ORDER BY ISNULL(DepartmentId, 99999);

See this blog post.

"You tried to execute a query that does not include the specified aggregate function"

GROUP BY can be selected from Total row in query design view in MS Access.
If Total row not shown in design view (as in my case). You can go to SQL View and add GROUP By fname etc. Then Total row will automatically show in design view.
You have to select as Expression in this row for calculated fields.

ArrayList insertion and retrieval order

If you always add to the end, then each element will be added to the end and stay that way until you change it.

If you always insert at the start, then each element will appear in the reverse order you added them.

If you insert them in the middle, the order will be something else.

How to manually set an authenticated user in Spring Security / SpringMVC

I couldn't find any other full solutions so I thought I would post mine. This may be a bit of a hack, but it resolved the issue to the above problem:

public void login(HttpServletRequest request, String userName, String password)
{

    UsernamePasswordAuthenticationToken authRequest = new UsernamePasswordAuthenticationToken(userName, password);

    // Authenticate the user
    Authentication authentication = authenticationManager.authenticate(authRequest);
    SecurityContext securityContext = SecurityContextHolder.getContext();
    securityContext.setAuthentication(authentication);

    // Create a new session and add the security context.
    HttpSession session = request.getSession(true);
    session.setAttribute("SPRING_SECURITY_CONTEXT", securityContext);
}

How do I check which version of NumPy I'm using?

You can also check if your version is using MKL with:

import numpy
numpy.show_config()

How to add external fonts to android application

Create a folder named fonts in the assets folder and add the snippet from the below link.

Typeface tf = Typeface.createFromAsset(getApplicationContext().getAssets(),"fonts/fontname.ttf");
textview.setTypeface(tf);