Programs & Examples On #Windows live

Show/Hide Table Rows using Javascript classes

JQuery 10.1.2 has a nice show and hide functions that encapsulate the behavior you are talking about. This would save you having to write a new function or keep track of css classes.

$("tr1").show();

$("tr1").hide();

w3cSchool link to JQuery show and hide

Ruby on Rails. How do I use the Active Record .build method in a :belongs to relationship?

Where it is documented:

From the API documentation under the has_many association in "Module ActiveRecord::Associations::ClassMethods"

collection.build(attributes = {}, …) Returns one or more new objects of the collection type that have been instantiated with attributes and linked to this object through a foreign key, but have not yet been saved. Note: This only works if an associated object already exists, not if it‘s nil!

The answer to building in the opposite direction is a slightly altered syntax. In your example with the dogs,

Class Dog
   has_many :tags
   belongs_to :person
end

Class Person
  has_many :dogs
end

d = Dog.new
d.build_person(:attributes => "go", :here => "like normal")

or even

t = Tag.new
t.build_dog(:name => "Rover", :breed => "Maltese")

You can also use create_dog to have it saved instantly (much like the corresponding "create" method you can call on the collection)

How is rails smart enough? It's magic (or more accurately, I just don't know, would love to find out!)

How to apply shell command to each line of a command output?

You can use a for loop:

for file in * ; do
   echo "$file"
done

Note that if the command in question accepts multiple arguments, then using xargs is almost always more efficient as it only has to spawn the utility in question once instead of multiple times.

Eclipse Indigo - Cannot install Android ADT Plugin

Eclipse Classic or Galileo is the two you can use. The other Eclipse IDE are not meant to program or interpret JAVA in the same way. Download either 64x or 32x will work on Classic or Galileo on a PC. Just make sure you PC can handle which version of Eclipse you download.

Update multiple rows with different values in a single SQL query

Try with "update tablet set (row='value' where id=0001'), (row='value2' where id=0002'), ...

Can you use a trailing comma in a JSON object?

Interestingly, both C & C++ (and I think C#, but I'm not sure) specifically allow the trailing comma -- for exactly the reason given: It make programmaticly generating lists much easier. Not sure why JavaScript didn't follow their lead.

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

In any .NET langauge, Environment.NewLine would be preferable.

Converting PHP result array to JSON

json_encode is available in php > 5.2.0:

echojson_encode($row);

Get width height of remote image from url

Just pass a callback as argument like this:

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function getMeta(url, callback) {_x000D_
    var img = new Image();_x000D_
    img.src = url;_x000D_
    img.onload = function() { callback(this.width, this.height); }_x000D_
}_x000D_
getMeta(_x000D_
  "http://snook.ca/files/mootools_83_snookca.png",_x000D_
  function(width, height) { alert(width + 'px ' + height + 'px') }_x000D_
);
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How to remove listview all items

Call setListAdapter() again. This time with an empty ArrayList.

Initializing array of structures

There's no "step-by-step" here. When initialization is performed with constant expressions, the process is essentially performed at compile time. Of course, if the array is declared as a local object, it is allocated locally and initialized at run-time, but that can be still thought of as a single-step process that cannot be meaningfully subdivided.

Designated initializers allow you to supply an initializer for a specific member of struct object (or a specific element of an array). All other members get zero-initialized. So, if my_data is declared as

typedef struct my_data {
  int a;
  const char *name;
  double x;
} my_data;

then your

my_data data[]={
    { .name = "Peter" },
    { .name = "James" },
    { .name = "John" },
    { .name = "Mike" }
};

is simply a more compact form of

my_data data[4]={
    { 0, "Peter", 0 },
    { 0, "James", 0 },
    { 0, "John", 0 },
    { 0, "Mike", 0 }
};

I hope you know what the latter does.

How can I convert my Java program to an .exe file?

Java projects are exported as Jar executables. When you wanna do a .exe file of a java project, what you can do is 'convert' the JAR to EXE (i remark that i putted between quotes convert because isn't exactly this).

From intelij you gonna be able to generate only the jar

Try following the next example : https://www.genuinecoder.com/convert-java-jar-to-exe/

Convert a List<T> into an ObservableCollection<T>

ObervableCollection have constructor in which you can pass your list. Quoting MSDN:

 public ObservableCollection(
      List<T> list
 )

Get clicked element using jQuery on event?

A simple way is to pass the data attribute to your HTML tag.

Example:

<div data-id='tagid' class="clickElem"></div>

<script>
$(document).on("click",".appDetails", function () {
   var clickedBtnID = $(this).attr('data');
   alert('you clicked on button #' + clickedBtnID);
});
</script>

jQuery .each() index?

From the jQuery.each() documentation:

.each( function(index, Element) )
    function(index, Element)A function to execute for each matched element.

So you'll want to use:

$('#list option').each(function(i,e){
    //do stuff
});

...where index will be the index and element will be the option element in list

How to hide 'Back' button on navigation bar on iPhone?

Don't forget that you need to call it on the object that has the nav controller. For instance, if you have nav controller pushing on a tab bar controller with a RootViewController, calling self.navigationItem.hidesBackButton = YES on the RootViewController will do nothing. You would actually have to call self.tabBarController.navigationItem.hidesBackButton = YES

OSX El Capitan: sudo pip install OSError: [Errno: 1] Operation not permitted

I had the same problems, but using easy_install "module" solved the problem for me.

I am not sure why, but pip and easy_install use different install locations, and easy_install chose the right ones.

Edit: without re-checking but because of the comments; it seems that different (OSX and brew-installed) installations interfere with each other which is why they tools mentioned indeed point to different locations (since they belong to different installations). I understand that usually those tools from one install point to the same folder.

Git Push error: refusing to update checked out branch

It's works for me

  1. git config --global receive.denyCurrentBranch updateInstead

  2. git push origin master

How can I process each letter of text using Javascript?

In today's JavaScript you can

Array.prototype.map.call('This is my string', (c) => c+c)

Obviously, c+c represents whatever you want to do with c.

This returns

["TT", "hh", "ii", "ss", " ", "ii", "ss", " ", "mm", "yy", " ", "ss", "tt", "rr", "ii", "nn", "gg"]

NSRange from Swift Range?

func formatAttributedStringWithHighlights(text: String, highlightedSubString: String?, formattingAttributes: [String: AnyObject]) -> NSAttributedString {
    let mutableString = NSMutableAttributedString(string: text)

    let text = text as NSString         // convert to NSString be we need NSRange
    if let highlightedSubString = highlightedSubString {
        let highlightedSubStringRange = text.rangeOfString(highlightedSubString) // find first occurence
        if highlightedSubStringRange.length > 0 {       // check for not found
            mutableString.setAttributes(formattingAttributes, range: highlightedSubStringRange)
        }
    }

    return mutableString
}

Find records with a date field in the last 24 hours

SELECT * FROM news WHERE date > DATEADD(d,-1,GETDATE())

Angular2 material dialog has issues - Did you add it to @NgModule.entryComponents?

I had the same issues and i had dialogComponent in EntryComponents and it still did not work. this is how I was able to solve the problem. the link is here to a previously answered post:

https://stackoverflow.com/a/64224799/14385758

Synchronous Requests in Node.js

You can do something exactly similar with the request library, but this is sync using const https = require('https'); or const http = require('http');, which should come with node.

Here is an example,

const https = require('https');

const http_get1 = {
    host : 'www.googleapis.com',
    port : '443',
    path : '/youtube/v3/search?arg=1',
    method : 'GET',
    headers : {
        'Content-Type' : 'application/json'
    }
};

const http_get2 = {
host : 'www.googleapis.com',
    port : '443',
    path : '/youtube/v3/search?arg=2',
    method : 'GET',
    headers : {
        'Content-Type' : 'application/json'
    }
};

let data1 = '';
let data2 = '';

function master() {

    if(!data1)
        return;

    if(!data2)
        return;

    console.log(data1);
    console.log(data2);

}

const req1 = https.request(http_get1, (res) => {
    console.log(res.headers);

    res.on('data', (chunk) => {
        data1 += chunk;
    });

    res.on('end', () => {
        console.log('done');
        master();
    });
});


const req2 = https.request(http_get2, (res) => {
    console.log(res.headers);

    res.on('data', (chunk) => {
        data2 += chunk;
    });

    res.on('end', () => {
        console.log('done');
        master();
    });
});

req1.end();
req2.end();

How to loop through all the files in a directory in c # .net?

You can have a look at this page showing Deep Folder Copy, it uses recursive means to iterate throught the files and has some really nice tips, like filtering techniques etc.

http://www.codeproject.com/Tips/512208/Folder-Directory-Deep-Copy-including-sub-directori

Can you append strings to variables in PHP?

This is because PHP uses the period character . for string concatenation, not the plus character +. Therefore to append to a string you want to use the .= operator:

for ($i=1;$i<=100;$i++)
{
    $selectBox .= '<option value="' . $i . '">' . $i . '</option>';
}
$selectBox .= '</select>';

How do I enable Java in Microsoft Edge web browser?

As other folks have mentioned, Java, ActiveX, Silverlight, Browser Helper Objects (BHOs) and other plugins are not supported in Microsoft Edge. Most modern browsers are moving away from plugins and toward standard HTML5 controls and technologies.

If you must continue to use the Java plugin in a corporate web app, consider adding the site to an Enterprise Mode site list. This will automatically prompt the user to open in IE.

Amazon S3 boto - how to create a folder?

Assume you wanna create folder abc/123/ in your bucket, it's a piece of cake with Boto

k = bucket.new_key('abc/123/')
k.set_contents_from_string('')

Or use the console

SQL query for extracting year from a date

SELECT date_column_name FROM table_name WHERE EXTRACT(YEAR FROM date_column_name) = 2020

Twig: in_array or similar possible within if statement?

another example following @jake stayman:

{% for key, item in row.divs %}
    {% if (key not in [1,2,9]) %} // eliminate element 1,2,9
        <li>{{ item }}</li>
    {% endif %}
{% endfor %}

How to use jQuery in AngularJS

Ideally you would put that in a directive, but you can also just put it in the controller. http://jsfiddle.net/tnq86/15/

  angular.module('App', [])
    .controller('AppCtrl', function ($scope) {

      $scope.model = 0;

      $scope.initSlider = function () {
          $(function () {
            // wait till load event fires so all resources are available
              $scope.$slider = $('#slider').slider({
                  slide: $scope.onSlide
              });
          });

          $scope.onSlide = function (e, ui) {
             $scope.model = ui.value;
             $scope.$digest();
          };
      };

      $scope.initSlider();
  });

The directive approach:

HTML

<div slider></div>

JS

  angular.module('App', [])
    .directive('slider', function (DataModel) {
      return {
         restrict: 'A',
         scope: true,
         controller: function ($scope, $element, $attrs) {
            $scope.onSlide = function (e, ui) {
              $scope.model = ui.value;
              // or set it on the model
              // DataModel.model = ui.value;
              // add to angular digest cycle
              $scope.$digest();
            };
         },
         link: function (scope, el, attrs) {

            var options = {
              slide: scope.onSlide  
            };

            // set up slider on load
            angular.element(document).ready(function () {
              scope.$slider = $(el).slider(options);
            });
         }
      }
  });

I would also recommend checking out Angular Bootstrap's source code: https://github.com/angular-ui/bootstrap/blob/master/src/tooltip/tooltip.js

You can also use a factory to create the directive. This gives you ultimate flexibility to integrate services around it and whatever dependencies you need.

Setting up PostgreSQL ODBC on Windows

As I see PostgreSQL installer doesn't include 64 bit version of ODBC driver, which is necessary in your case. Download psqlodbc_09_00_0310-x64.zip and install it instead. I checked that on Win 7 64 bit and PostgreSQL 9.0.4 64 bit and it looks ok:

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Test connection:

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How to completely uninstall python 2.7.13 on Ubuntu 16.04

sudo apt-get update   
sudo apt purge python2.7-minimal

Removing duplicate objects with Underscore for Javascript

If you're looking to remove duplicates based on an id you could do something like this:

var res = [
  {id: 1, content: 'heeey'},
  {id: 2, content: 'woah'}, 
  {id: 1, content:'foo'},
  {id: 1, content: 'heeey'},
];
var uniques = _.map(_.groupBy(res,function(doc){
  return doc.id;
}),function(grouped){
  return grouped[0];
});

//uniques
//[{id: 1, content: 'heeey'},{id: 2, content: 'woah'}]

Linq UNION query to select two elements

EDIT:

Ok I found why the int.ToString() in LINQtoEF fails, please read this post: Problem with converting int to string in Linq to entities

This works on my side :

        List<string> materialTypes = (from u in result.Users
                                      select u.LastName)
                       .Union(from u in result.Users
                               select SqlFunctions.StringConvert((double) u.UserId)).ToList();

On yours it should be like this:

    IList<String> materialTypes = ((from tom in context.MaterialTypes
                                       where tom.IsActive == true
                                       select tom.Name)
                                       .Union(from tom in context.MaterialTypes
                                       where tom.IsActive == true
                                       select SqlFunctions.StringConvert((double)tom.ID))).ToList();

Thanks, i've learnt something today :)

Any way to break if statement in PHP?

Because you can break out of a do/while loop, let us "do" one round. With a while(false) at the end, the condition is never true and will not repeat, again.

do
{
    $subjectText = trim(filter_input(INPUT_POST, 'subject'));
    if(!$subjectText)
    {
        $smallInfo = 'Please give a subject.';
        break;
    }

    $messageText = trim(filter_input(INPUT_POST, 'message'));
    if(!$messageText)
    {
        $smallInfo = 'Please supply a message.';
        break;
    }
} while(false);

setting y-axis limit in matplotlib

You can instantiate an object from matplotlib.pyplot.axes and call the set_ylim() on it. It would be something like this:

import matplotlib.pyplot as plt
axes = plt.axes()
axes.set_ylim([0, 1])

How to delete files older than X hours

Does your find have the -mmin option? That can let you test the number of mins since last modification:

find $LOCATION -name $REQUIRED_FILES -type f -mmin +360 -delete

Or maybe look at using tmpwatch to do the same job. phjr also recommended tmpreaper in the comments.

How to Update a Component without refreshing full page - Angular

To refresh the component at regular intervals I found this the best method. In the ngOnInit method setTimeOut function

ngOnInit(): void {
  setTimeout(() => { this.ngOnInit() }, 1000 * 10)
}
//10 is the number of seconds

Redirect to specified URL on PHP script completion?

<?php

// do something here

header("Location: http://example.com/thankyou.php");
?>

How to resize html canvas element?

Here's my effort to give a more complete answer (building on @john's answer).

The initial issue I encountered was changing the width and height of a canvas node (using styles), resulted in the contents just being "zoomed" or "shrunk." This was not the desired effect.

So, say you want to draw two rectangles of arbitrary size in a canvas that is 100px by 100px.

<canvas width="100" height="100"></canvas>

To ensure that the rectangles will not exceed the size of the canvas and therefore not be visible, you need to ensure that the canvas is big enough.

var $canvas = $('canvas'),
    oldCanvas,
    context = $canvas[0].getContext('2d');

function drawRects(x, y, width, height)
{
  if (($canvas.width() < x+width) || $canvas.height() < y+height)
  {
    oldCanvas = $canvas[0].toDataURL("image/png")
    $canvas[0].width = x+width;
    $canvas[0].height = y+height;

    var img = new Image();
    img.src = oldCanvas;
    img.onload = function (){
      context.drawImage(img, 0, 0);
    };
  }
  context.strokeRect(x, y, width, height);
}


drawRects(5,5, 10, 10);
drawRects(15,15, 20, 20);
drawRects(35,35, 40, 40);
drawRects(75, 75, 80, 80);

Finally, here's the jsfiddle for this: http://jsfiddle.net/Rka6D/4/ .

How to get everything after last slash in a URL?

Use urlparse to get just the path and then split the path you get from it on / characters:

from urllib.parse import urlparse

my_url = "http://example.com/some/path/last?somequery=param"
last_path_fragment = urlparse(my_url).path.split('/')[-1]  # returns 'last'

Note: if your url ends with a / character, the above will return '' (i.e. the empty string). If you want to handle that case differently, you need to strip the trailing / character before you split the path:

my_url = "http://example.com/last/"
# handle URL ending in `/` by removing it.
last_path_fragment = urlparse(my_url).path.rstrip('/').split('/')[-1]  # returns 'last'

How to set time to midnight for current day?

Related, so I thought I would post for others. If you want to find the UTC of the start of today (for your timezone) the following code works for any UTC offset (-23.5 thru +23.5). This looks like we add X hours then subtract X hours, but the important thing is the ".Date" after the add.

double utcOffset= 10.0;  // Set to your UTC offset in hours (eg. Melbourne Australia)
var now = DateTime.UtcNow;

var startOfToday = now.AddHours(utcOffset - 24.0).Date;
startOfToday = startOfToday.AddHours(24.0 - utcOffset);

What is __stdcall?

I agree that all the answers so far are correct, but here is the reason. Microsoft's C and C++ compilers provide various calling conventions for (intended) speed of function calls within an application's C and C++ functions. In each case, the caller and callee must agree on which calling convention to use. Now, Windows itself provides functions (APIs), and those have already been compiled, so when you call them you must conform to them. Any calls to Windows APIs, and callbacks from Windows APIs, must use the __stdcall convention.

What is the "N+1 selects problem" in ORM (Object-Relational Mapping)?

N+1 select issue is a pain, and it makes sense to detect such cases in unit tests. I have developed a small library for verifying the number of queries executed by a given test method or just an arbitrary block of code - JDBC Sniffer

Just add a special JUnit rule to your test class and place annotation with expected number of queries on your test methods:

@Rule
public final QueryCounter queryCounter = new QueryCounter();

@Expectation(atMost = 3)
@Test
public void testInvokingDatabase() {
    // your JDBC or JPA code
}

How to display PDF file in HTML?

I've had something similar before and used normally tags

<a href="path_of_your_pdf/your_pdf_file.pdf" tabindex="-1"><strong>click here</strong></a>

but it's interesting to find out some other ways as above!

Which version of CodeIgniter am I currently using?

Yes, the constant CI_VERSION will give you the current CodeIgniter version number. It's defined in: /system/codeigniter/CodeIgniter.php As of CodeIgniter 2, it's defined in /system/core/CodeIgniter.php

For example,

echo CI_VERSION; // echoes something like 1.7.1

Convert array values from string to int?

You can achieve this by following code,

$integerIDs = array_map('intval', explode(',', $string));

AngularJS : Why ng-bind is better than {{}} in angular?

Basically the double-curly syntax is more naturally readable and requires less typing.

Both cases produce the same output but.. if you choose to go with {{}} there is a chance that the user will see for some milliseconds the {{}} before your template is rendered by angular. So if you notice any {{}} then is better to use ng-bind.

Also very important is that only in your index.html of your angular app you can have un-rendered {{}}. If you are using directives so then templates, there is no chance to see that because angular first render the template and after append it to the DOM.

Colorplot of 2D array matplotlib

Here is the simplest example that has the key lines of code:

import numpy as np 
import matplotlib.pyplot as plt

H = np.array([[1, 2, 3, 4],
          [5, 6, 7, 8],
          [9, 10, 11, 12],
          [13, 14, 15, 16]])

plt.imshow(H, interpolation='none')
plt.show()

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ssh connection refused on Raspberry Pi

Apparently, the SSH server on Raspbian is now disabled by default. If there is no server listening for connections, it will not accept them. You can manually enable the SSH server according to this raspberrypi.org tutorial :

As of the November 2016 release, Raspbian has the SSH server disabled by default.

There are now multiple ways to enable it. Choose one:

From the desktop

  1. Launch Raspberry Pi Configuration from the Preferences menu
  2. Navigate to the Interfaces tab
  3. Select Enabled next to SSH
  4. Click OK

From the terminal with raspi-config

  1. Enter sudo raspi-config in a terminal window
  2. Select Interfacing Options
  3. Navigate to and select SSH
  4. Choose Yes
  5. Select Ok
  6. Choose Finish

Start the SSH service with systemctl

sudo systemctl enable ssh
sudo systemctl start ssh

On a headless Raspberry Pi

For headless setup, SSH can be enabled by placing a file named ssh, without any extension, onto the boot partition of the SD card. When the Pi boots, it looks for the ssh file. If it is found, SSH is enabled, and the file is deleted. The content of the file does not matter: it could contain text, or nothing at all.

How to hide Soft Keyboard when activity starts

To hide the softkeyboard at the time of New Activity start or onCreate(),onStart() etc. you can use the code below:

getWindow().setSoftInputMode(WindowManager.LayoutParams.SOFT_INPUT_STATE_ALWAYS_HIDDEN);

How to read a file line-by-line into a list?

Command line version

#!/bin/python3
import os
import sys
abspath = os.path.abspath(__file__)
dname = os.path.dirname(abspath)
filename = dname + sys.argv[1]
arr = open(filename).read().split("\n") 
print(arr)

Run with:

python3 somefile.py input_file_name.txt

Align an element to bottom with flexbox

When setting your display to flex, you could simply use the flex property to mark which content can grow and which content cannot.

Flex property

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 height: 300px;_x000D_
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 flex-direction: column;_x000D_
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div.up {_x000D_
  flex: 1;_x000D_
}_x000D_
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div.down {_x000D_
  flex: none;_x000D_
}
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<div class="content">_x000D_
  <div class="up">_x000D_
    <h1>heading 1</h1>_x000D_
    <h2>heading 2</h2>_x000D_
    <p>Some more or less text</p>_x000D_
  </div>_x000D_
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  <div class="down">_x000D_
    <a href="/" class="button">Click me</a>_x000D_
  </div>_x000D_
</div>
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Equals(=) vs. LIKE

Using = avoids wildcards and special characters conflicts in the string when you build the query at run time.

This makes the programmer's life easier by not having to escape all special wildcard characters that might slip in the LIKE clause and not producing the intended result. After all, = is the 99% use case scenario, it would be a pain to have to escape them every time.

rolls eyes at '90s

I also suspect it's a little bit slower, but I doubt it's significant if there are no wildcards in the pattern.

How to calculate an angle from three points?

well, the other answers seem to cover everything required, so I would like to just add this if you are using JMonkeyEngine:

Vector3f.angleBetween(otherVector)

as that is what I came here looking for :)

JavaScript split String with white space

You can just split on the word boundary using \b. See MDN

"\b: Matches a zero-width word boundary, such as between a letter and a space."

You should also make sure it is followed by whitespace \s. so that strings like "My car isn't red" still work:

var stringArray = str.split(/\b(\s)/);

The initial \b is required to take multiple spaces into account, e.g. my car is red

EDIT: Added grouping

How can I check if a string is null or empty in PowerShell?

# cases
$x = null
$x = ''
$x = ' '

# test
if ($x -and $x.trim()) {'not empty'} else {'empty'}
or
if ([string]::IsNullOrWhiteSpace($x)) {'empty'} else {'not empty'}

How to get row from R data.frame

x[r,]

where r is the row you're interested in. Try this, for example:

#Add your data
x <- structure(list(A = c(5,    3.5, 3.25, 4.25,  1.5 ), 
                    B = c(4.25, 4,   4,    4.5,   4.5 ),
                    C = c(4.5,  2.5, 4,    2.25,  3   )
               ),
               .Names    = c("A", "B", "C"),
               class     = "data.frame",
               row.names = c(NA, -5L)
     )

#The vector your result should match
y<-c(A=5, B=4.25, C=4.5)

#Test that the items in the row match the vector you wanted
x[1,]==y

This page (from this useful site) has good information on indexing like this.

What causes a java.lang.ArrayIndexOutOfBoundsException and how do I prevent it?

For your given array the length of the array is 3(i.e. name.length = 3). But as it stores element starting from index 0, it has max index 2.

So, instead of 'i**<=name.length' you should write 'i<**name.length' to avoid 'ArrayIndexOutOfBoundsException'.

How to convert a huge list-of-vector to a matrix more efficiently?

It would help to have sample information about your output. Recursively using rbind on bigger and bigger things is not recommended. My first guess at something that would help you:

z <- list(1:3,4:6,7:9)
do.call(rbind,z)

See a related question for more efficiency, if needed.

How do I resolve "Cannot find module" error using Node.js?

Removing node/npm and then re-installing the stable(not the latest) version worked for me.

sudo rm -rf /usr/local/{lib/node{,/.npm,_modules},bin,share/man}/{npm*,node*,man1/node*}

https://nodejs.org/en/download/

multiple classes on single element html

Short Answer

Yes.


Explanation

It is a good practice since an element can be a part of different groups, and you may want specific elements to be a part of more than one group. The element can hold an infinite number of classes in HTML5, while in HTML4 you are limited by a specific length.

The following example will show you the use of multiple classes.

The first class makes the text color red.

The second class makes the background-color blue.

See how the DOM Element with multiple classes will behave, it will wear both CSS statements at the same time.

Result: multiple CSS statements in different classes will stack up.

You can read more about CSS Specificity.


CSS

.class1 {
    color:red;
}

.class2 {
    background-color:blue;
}

HTML

<div class="class1">text 1</div>
<div class="class2">text 2</div>
<div class="class1 class2">text 3</div>

Live demo

Properly escape a double quote in CSV

Use 2 quotes:

"Samsung U600 24"""

EXCEL VBA Check if entry is empty or not 'space'

A common trick is to check like this:

trim(TextBox1.Value & vbnullstring) = vbnullstring

this will work for spaces, empty strings, and genuine null values

Get LatLng from Zip Code - Google Maps API

Just a hint: zip codes are not worldwide unique so this is worth to provide country ISO code in the request (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/ISO_3166-1_alpha-2).

e.g looking for coordinates of polish (iso code PL) zipcode 01-210:

https://maps.googleapis.com/maps/api/geocode/json?address=01210,PL

how to obtain user country code?

if you would like to get your user country info based on IP address there are services for it, e.g you can do GET request on: http://ip-api.com/json

Java using enum with switch statement

I am doing it like

public enum State
{
    // Retrieving, // the MediaRetriever is retrieving music //
    Stopped, // media player is stopped and not prepared to play
    Preparing, // media player is preparing...
    Playing, // playback active (media player ready!). (but the media player
                // may actually be
                // paused in this state if we don't have audio focus. But we
                // stay in this state
                // so that we know we have to resume playback once we get
                // focus back)
    Paused; // playback paused (media player ready!)

    //public final static State[] vals = State.values();//copy the values(), calling values() clones the array

};

public State getState()
{
        return mState;   
}

And use in Switch Statement

switch (mService.getState())
{
case Stopped:
case Paused:

    playPause.setBackgroundResource(R.drawable.selplay);
    break;

case Preparing:
case Playing:

    playPause.setBackgroundResource(R.drawable.selpause);
    break;    
}

How to add an object to an ArrayList in Java

Try this one:

Data objt = new Data(name, address, contact);
Contacts.add(objt);

How do you get the cursor position in a textarea?

Here is code to get line number and column position

function getLineNumber(tArea) {

    return tArea.value.substr(0, tArea.selectionStart).split("\n").length;
}

function getCursorPos() {
    var me = $("textarea[name='documenttext']")[0];
    var el = $(me).get(0);
    var pos = 0;
    if ('selectionStart' in el) {
        pos = el.selectionStart;
    } else if ('selection' in document) {
        el.focus();
        var Sel = document.selection.createRange();
        var SelLength = document.selection.createRange().text.length;
        Sel.moveStart('character', -el.value.length);
        pos = Sel.text.length - SelLength;
    }
    var ret = pos - prevLine(me);
    alert(ret);

    return ret; 
}

function prevLine(me) {
    var lineArr = me.value.substr(0, me.selectionStart).split("\n");

    var numChars = 0;

    for (var i = 0; i < lineArr.length-1; i++) {
        numChars += lineArr[i].length+1;
    }

    return numChars;
}

tArea is the text area DOM element

Server.MapPath - Physical path given, virtual path expected

if you already know your folder is: E:\ftproot\sales then you do not need to use Server.MapPath, this last one is needed if you only have a relative virtual path like ~/folder/folder1 and you want to know the real path in the disk...

How to Update Date and Time of Raspberry Pi With out Internet

Thanks for the replies.
What I did was,
1. I install meinberg ntp software application on windows 7 pc. (softros ntp server is also possible.)
2. change raspberry pi ntp.conf file (for auto update date and time)

server xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx iburst
server 1.debian.pool.ntp.org iburst
server 2.debian.pool.ntp.org iburst
server 3.debian.pool.ntp.org iburst

3. If you want to make sure that date and time update at startup run this python script in rpi,

import os

try:
    client = ntplib.NTPClient()
    response = client.request('xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx', version=4)
    print "===================================="
    print "Offset : "+str(response.offset)
    print "Version : "+str(response.version)
    print "Date Time : "+str(ctime(response.tx_time))
    print "Leap : "+str(ntplib.leap_to_text(response.leap))
    print "Root Delay : "+str(response.root_delay)
    print "Ref Id : "+str(ntplib.ref_id_to_text(response.ref_id))
    os.system("sudo date -s '"+str(ctime(response.tx_time))+"'")
    print "===================================="
except:
    os.system("sudo date")
    print "NTP Server Down Date Time NOT Set At The Startup"
    pass

I found more info in raspberry pi forum.

Viewing localhost website from mobile device

To view localhost website from mobile device you have to follow thoses steps :

  • In your computer, you have to retrieve your IP address (Run > cmd > ipconfig)
  • If your localhost use a specific port (like localhost:12345 ), you have to open the port on your computer (Control Panel > System and Security > Firewall > Advanced settings and add Inbound rule)
  • Finally, you can access to your website from mobile device by navigate to : http://192.168.X.X:12345/

Hope it helps

Equivalent of Math.Min & Math.Max for Dates?

// Two different dates
var date1 = new Date(2013, 05, 13); 
var date2 = new Date(2013, 04, 10) ;
// convert both dates in milliseconds and use Math.min function
var minDate = Math.min(date1.valueOf(), date2.valueOf());
// convert minDate to Date
var date = new Date(minDate); 

http://jsfiddle.net/5CR37/

Eclipse - no Java (JRE) / (JDK) ... no virtual machine

I had the same issue (Windows 7 x64, 64bit JDK, 32bit Eclipse), and I found 2 solutions:

  • Install the 64 bit version of Eclipse (found by clicking the "Development Builds" tab on the downloads page.)
  • Install the 32bit version of the JDK.

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

$key = 'HKLM:\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion'
(Get-ItemProperty -Path $key -Name ProgramFilesDir).ProgramFilesDir

I've never liked how this was provider was implemented like this : /

Basically, it makes every registry value a PSCustomObject object with PsPath, PsParentPath, PsChildname, PSDrive and PSProvider properties and then a property for its actual value. So even though you asked for the item by name, to get its value you have to use the name once more.

CSS to line break before/after a particular `inline-block` item

When rewriting the html is allowed, you can nest <ul>s within the <ul> and just let the inner <li>s display as inline-block. This would also semantically make sense IMHO, as the grouping also is reflected within the html.


<ul>
    <li>
        <ul>
            <li>Item 1</li>
            <li>Item 2</li>
            <li>Item 3</li>
        </ul>
    </li>
    <li>
        <ul>
            <li>Item 4</li>
            <li>Item 5</li>
            <li>Item 6</li>
        </ul>
    </li>
</ul>

li li { display:inline-block; }

Demo

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$(function() { $('img').attr('src', 'http://phrogz.net/tmp/alphaball.png'); });
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h3 {_x000D_
  border-bottom: 1px solid #ccc;_x000D_
  font-family: sans-serif;_x000D_
  font-weight: bold;_x000D_
}_x000D_
ul {_x000D_
  margin: 0.5em auto;_x000D_
  list-style-type: none;_x000D_
}_x000D_
li li {_x000D_
  text-align: center;_x000D_
  display: inline-block;_x000D_
  padding: 0.1em 1em;_x000D_
}_x000D_
img {_x000D_
  width: 64px;_x000D_
  display: block;_x000D_
  margin: 0 auto;_x000D_
}
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<script src="https://ajax.googleapis.com/ajax/libs/jquery/1.11.1/jquery.min.js"></script>_x000D_
<h3>Features</h3>_x000D_
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  <li>_x000D_
    <ul>_x000D_
      <li><img />Smells Good</li>_x000D_
      <li><img />Tastes Great</li>_x000D_
      <li><img />Delicious</li>_x000D_
    </ul>_x000D_
  </li>_x000D_
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    <ul>_x000D_
      <li><img />Wholesome</li>_x000D_
      <li><img />Eats Children</li>_x000D_
      <li><img />Yo' Mama</li>_x000D_
    </ul>_x000D_
  </li>_x000D_
</ul>
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Environment variables in Jenkins

The environment variables displayed in Jenkins (Manage Jenkins -> System information) are inherited from the system (i.e. inherited environment variables)

If you run env command in a shell you should see the same environment variables as Jenkins shows.

These variables are either set by the shell/system or by you in ~/.bashrc, ~/.bash_profile.

There are also environment variables set by Jenkins when a job executes, but these are not displayed in the System Information.

Rails 4: assets not loading in production

What you SHOULD NOT do:

Some of my colleagues above have recommended you to do this:

config.serve_static_assets = true  ## DON”T DO THIS!! 
config.public_file_server.enabled = true ## DON”T DO THIS!!

The rails asset pipeline says of the above approach:

This mode uses more memory, performs more poorly than the default and is not recommended. See here: (http://edgeguides.rubyonrails.org/asset_pipeline.html#live-compilation)

What you SHOULD do:

Precompile your assets.

RAILS_ENV=production rake assets:precompile

You can probably do that with a rake task.

Replace whitespace with a comma in a text file in Linux

without looking at your input file, only a guess

awk '{$1=$1}1' OFS=","

redirect to another file and rename as needed

pandas convert some columns into rows

UPDATE
From v0.20, melt is a first order function, you can now use

df.melt(id_vars=["location", "name"], 
        var_name="Date", 
        value_name="Value")

  location    name        Date  Value
0        A  "test"    Jan-2010     12
1        B   "foo"    Jan-2010     18
2        A  "test"    Feb-2010     20
3        B   "foo"    Feb-2010     20
4        A  "test"  March-2010     30
5        B   "foo"  March-2010     25

OLD(ER) VERSIONS: <0.20

You can use pd.melt to get most of the way there, and then sort:

>>> df
  location  name  Jan-2010  Feb-2010  March-2010
0        A  test        12        20          30
1        B   foo        18        20          25
>>> df2 = pd.melt(df, id_vars=["location", "name"], 
                  var_name="Date", value_name="Value")
>>> df2
  location  name        Date  Value
0        A  test    Jan-2010     12
1        B   foo    Jan-2010     18
2        A  test    Feb-2010     20
3        B   foo    Feb-2010     20
4        A  test  March-2010     30
5        B   foo  March-2010     25
>>> df2 = df2.sort(["location", "name"])
>>> df2
  location  name        Date  Value
0        A  test    Jan-2010     12
2        A  test    Feb-2010     20
4        A  test  March-2010     30
1        B   foo    Jan-2010     18
3        B   foo    Feb-2010     20
5        B   foo  March-2010     25

(Might want to throw in a .reset_index(drop=True), just to keep the output clean.)

Note: pd.DataFrame.sort has been deprecated in favour of pd.DataFrame.sort_values.

SecurityException: Permission denied (missing INTERNET permission?)

if it was an IPv6 address, have a look at this: https://code.google.com/p/android/issues/detail?id=33046

Looks like there was a bug in Android that was fixed in 4.3(?).

How to filter wireshark to see only dns queries that are sent/received from/by my computer?

I would go through the packet capture and see if there are any records that I know I should be seeing to validate that the filter is working properly and to assuage any doubts.

That said, please try the following filter and see if you're getting the entries that you think you should be getting:

dns and ip.dst==159.25.78.7 or dns and ip.src==159.57.78.7

Subscript out of range error in this Excel VBA script

Set sh1 = Worksheets(filenum(lngPosition)).Activate

You are getting Subscript out of range error error becuase it cannot find that Worksheet.

Also please... please... please do not use .Select/.Activate/Selection/ActiveCell You might want to see How to Avoid using Select in Excel VBA Macros.

HTTP 415 unsupported media type error when calling Web API 2 endpoint

I was trying to write a code that would work on both Mac and Windows. The code was working fine on Windows, but was giving the response as 'Unsupported Media Type' on Mac. Here is the code I used and the following line made the code work on Mac as well:

Request.AddHeader "Content-Type", "application/json"

Here is the snippet of my code:

Dim Client As New WebClient
Dim Request As New WebRequest
Dim Response As WebResponse
Dim Distance As String

Client.BaseUrl = "http://1.1.1.1:8080/config"
Request.AddHeader "Content-Type", "application/json" *** The line that made the code work on mac

Set Response = Client.Execute(Request)

Common CSS Media Queries Break Points

I can tell you I am using just a single breakpoint at 768 - that is min-width: 768px to serve tablets and desktops, and max-width: 767px to serve phones.

I haven't looked back since. It makes the responsive development easy and not a chore, and provides a reasonable experience on all devices at minimal cost to development time without the need to fear a new Android device with a new resolution you haven't factored in.

Dynamically load a function from a DLL

This is not exactly a hot topic, but I have a factory class that allows a dll to create an instance and return it as a DLL. It is what I came looking for but couldn't find exactly.

It is called like,

IHTTP_Server *server = SN::SN_Factory<IHTTP_Server>::CreateObject();
IHTTP_Server *server2 =
      SN::SN_Factory<IHTTP_Server>::CreateObject(IHTTP_Server_special_entry);

where IHTTP_Server is the pure virtual interface for a class created either in another DLL, or the same one.

DEFINE_INTERFACE is used to give a class id an interface. Place inside interface;

An interface class looks like,

class IMyInterface
{
    DEFINE_INTERFACE(IMyInterface);

public:
    virtual ~IMyInterface() {};

    virtual void MyMethod1() = 0;
    ...
};

The header file is like this

#if !defined(SN_FACTORY_H_INCLUDED)
#define SN_FACTORY_H_INCLUDED

#pragma once

The libraries are listed in this macro definition. One line per library/executable. It would be cool if we could call into another executable.

#define SN_APPLY_LIBRARIES(L, A)                          \
    L(A, sn, "sn.dll")                                    \
    L(A, http_server_lib, "http_server_lib.dll")          \
    L(A, http_server, "")

Then for each dll/exe you define a macro and list its implementations. Def means that it is the default implementation for the interface. If it is not the default, you give a name for the interface used to identify it. Ie, special, and the name will be IHTTP_Server_special_entry.

#define SN_APPLY_ENTRYPOINTS_sn(M)                                     \
    M(IHTTP_Handler, SNI::SNI_HTTP_Handler, sn, def)                   \
    M(IHTTP_Handler, SNI::SNI_HTTP_Handler, sn, special)

#define SN_APPLY_ENTRYPOINTS_http_server_lib(M)                        \
    M(IHTTP_Server, HTTP::server::server, http_server_lib, def)

#define SN_APPLY_ENTRYPOINTS_http_server(M)

With the libraries all setup, the header file uses the macro definitions to define the needful.

#define APPLY_ENTRY(A, N, L) \
    SN_APPLY_ENTRYPOINTS_##N(A)

#define DEFINE_INTERFACE(I) \
    public: \
        static const long Id = SN::I##_def_entry; \
    private:

namespace SN
{
    #define DEFINE_LIBRARY_ENUM(A, N, L) \
        N##_library,

This creates an enum for the libraries.

    enum LibraryValues
    {
        SN_APPLY_LIBRARIES(DEFINE_LIBRARY_ENUM, "")
        LastLibrary
    };

    #define DEFINE_ENTRY_ENUM(I, C, L, D) \
        I##_##D##_entry,

This creates an enum for interface implementations.

    enum EntryValues
    {
        SN_APPLY_LIBRARIES(APPLY_ENTRY, DEFINE_ENTRY_ENUM)
        LastEntry
    };

    long CallEntryPoint(long id, long interfaceId);

This defines the factory class. Not much to it here.

    template <class I>
    class SN_Factory
    {
    public:
        SN_Factory()
        {
        }

        static I *CreateObject(long id = I::Id )
        {
            return (I *)CallEntryPoint(id, I::Id);
        }
    };
}

#endif //SN_FACTORY_H_INCLUDED

Then the CPP is,

#include "sn_factory.h"

#include <windows.h>

Create the external entry point. You can check that it exists using depends.exe.

extern "C"
{
    __declspec(dllexport) long entrypoint(long id)
    {
        #define CREATE_OBJECT(I, C, L, D) \
            case SN::I##_##D##_entry: return (int) new C();

        switch (id)
        {
            SN_APPLY_CURRENT_LIBRARY(APPLY_ENTRY, CREATE_OBJECT)
        case -1:
        default:
            return 0;
        }
    }
}

The macros set up all the data needed.

namespace SN
{
    bool loaded = false;

    char * libraryPathArray[SN::LastLibrary];
    #define DEFINE_LIBRARY_PATH(A, N, L) \
        libraryPathArray[N##_library] = L;

    static void LoadLibraryPaths()
    {
        SN_APPLY_LIBRARIES(DEFINE_LIBRARY_PATH, "")
    }

    typedef long(*f_entrypoint)(long id);

    f_entrypoint libraryFunctionArray[LastLibrary - 1];
    void InitlibraryFunctionArray()
    {
        for (long j = 0; j < LastLibrary; j++)
        {
            libraryFunctionArray[j] = 0;
        }

        #define DEFAULT_LIBRARY_ENTRY(A, N, L) \
            libraryFunctionArray[N##_library] = &entrypoint;

        SN_APPLY_CURRENT_LIBRARY(DEFAULT_LIBRARY_ENTRY, "")
    }

    enum SN::LibraryValues libraryForEntryPointArray[SN::LastEntry];
    #define DEFINE_ENTRY_POINT_LIBRARY(I, C, L, D) \
            libraryForEntryPointArray[I##_##D##_entry] = L##_library;
    void LoadLibraryForEntryPointArray()
    {
        SN_APPLY_LIBRARIES(APPLY_ENTRY, DEFINE_ENTRY_POINT_LIBRARY)
    }

    enum SN::EntryValues defaultEntryArray[SN::LastEntry];
        #define DEFINE_ENTRY_DEFAULT(I, C, L, D) \
            defaultEntryArray[I##_##D##_entry] = I##_def_entry;

    void LoadDefaultEntries()
    {
        SN_APPLY_LIBRARIES(APPLY_ENTRY, DEFINE_ENTRY_DEFAULT)
    }

    void Initialize()
    {
        if (!loaded)
        {
            loaded = true;
            LoadLibraryPaths();
            InitlibraryFunctionArray();
            LoadLibraryForEntryPointArray();
            LoadDefaultEntries();
        }
    }

    long CallEntryPoint(long id, long interfaceId)
    {
        Initialize();

        // assert(defaultEntryArray[id] == interfaceId, "Request to create an object for the wrong interface.")
        enum SN::LibraryValues l = libraryForEntryPointArray[id];

        f_entrypoint f = libraryFunctionArray[l];
        if (!f)
        {
            HINSTANCE hGetProcIDDLL = LoadLibraryA(libraryPathArray[l]);

            if (!hGetProcIDDLL) {
                return NULL;
            }

            // resolve function address here
            f = (f_entrypoint)GetProcAddress(hGetProcIDDLL, "entrypoint");
            if (!f) {
                return NULL;
            }
            libraryFunctionArray[l] = f;
        }
        return f(id);
    }
}

Each library includes this "cpp" with a stub cpp for each library/executable. Any specific compiled header stuff.

#include "sn_pch.h"

Setup this library.

#define SN_APPLY_CURRENT_LIBRARY(L, A) \
    L(A, sn, "sn.dll")

An include for the main cpp. I guess this cpp could be a .h. But there are different ways you could do this. This approach worked for me.

#include "../inc/sn_factory.cpp"

Android: Quit application when press back button

In my understanding Google wants Android to handle memory management and shutting down the apps. If you must exit the app from code, it might be beneficial to ask Android to run garbage collector.

@Override
public void onBackPressed(){
    System.gc();
    System.exit(0);
}

You can also add finish() to the code, but it is probably redundant, if you also do System.exit(0)

How to get week number in Python?

You can get the week number directly from datetime as string.

>>> import datetime
>>> datetime.date(2010, 6, 16).strftime("%V")
'24'

Also you can get different "types" of the week number of the year changing the strftime parameter for:

%U - Week number of the year (Sunday as the first day of the week) as a zero padded decimal number. All days in a new year preceding the first Sunday are considered to be in week 0. Examples: 00, 01, …, 53

%W - Week number of the year (Monday as the first day of the week) as a decimal number. All days in a new year preceding the first Monday are considered to be in week 0. Examples: 00, 01, …, 53

[...]

(Added in Python 3.6, backported to some distribution's Python 2.7's) Several additional directives not required by the C89 standard are included for convenience. These parameters all correspond to ISO 8601 date values. These may not be available on all platforms when used with the strftime() method.

[...]

%V - ISO 8601 week as a decimal number with Monday as the first day of the week. Week 01 is the week containing Jan 4. Examples: 01, 02, …, 53

from: datetime — Basic date and time types — Python 3.7.3 documentation

I've found out about it from here. It worked for me in Python 2.7.6

In PHP how can you clear a WSDL cache?

Just for the reason of documentation:

I have now (2014) observed that from all these valuable and correct approaches only one was successful. I've added a function to the WSDL on the server, and the client wasn't recognizing the new function.

  • Adding WSDL_CACHE_NONE to the parameters didn't help.
  • Adding the cache-buster didn't help.
  • Setting soap.wsdl_cache_enabled to the PHP ini helped.

I am now unsure if it is the combination of all three, or if some features are terribly implemented so they may remain useless randomly, or if there is some hierarchy of features not understood.

So finally, expect that you have to check all three to solve problems like these.

How to add reference to a method parameter in javadoc?

As you can see in the Java Source of the java.lang.String class:

/**
 * Allocates a new <code>String</code> that contains characters from
 * a subarray of the character array argument. The <code>offset</code>
 * argument is the index of the first character of the subarray and
 * the <code>count</code> argument specifies the length of the
 * subarray. The contents of the subarray are copied; subsequent
 * modification of the character array does not affect the newly
 * created string.
 *
 * @param      value    array that is the source of characters.
 * @param      offset   the initial offset.
 * @param      count    the length.
 * @exception  IndexOutOfBoundsException  if the <code>offset</code>
 *               and <code>count</code> arguments index characters outside
 *               the bounds of the <code>value</code> array.
 */
public String(char value[], int offset, int count) {
    if (offset < 0) {
        throw new StringIndexOutOfBoundsException(offset);
    }
    if (count < 0) {
        throw new StringIndexOutOfBoundsException(count);
    }
    // Note: offset or count might be near -1>>>1.
    if (offset > value.length - count) {
        throw new StringIndexOutOfBoundsException(offset + count);
    }

    this.value = new char[count];
    this.count = count;
    System.arraycopy(value, offset, this.value, 0, count);
}

Parameter references are surrounded by <code></code> tags, which means that the Javadoc syntax does not provide any way to do such a thing. (I think String.class is a good example of javadoc usage).

converting date time to 24 hour format

You should take a look at Java date formatting, in particular SimpleDateFormat. There's some examples here: http://download.oracle.com/javase/tutorial/i18n/format/simpleDateFormat.html - but you can also find a lot more with a quick google.

Prevent BODY from scrolling when a modal is opened

You need to go beyond @charlietfl's answer and account for scrollbars, otherwise you may see a document reflow.

Opening the modal:

  1. Record the body width
  2. Set body overflow to hidden
  3. Explicitly set the body width to what it was in step 1.

    var $body = $(document.body);
    var oldWidth = $body.innerWidth();
    $body.css("overflow", "hidden");
    $body.width(oldWidth);
    

Closing the modal:

  1. Set body overflow to auto
  2. Set body width to auto

    var $body = $(document.body);
    $body.css("overflow", "auto");
    $body.width("auto");
    

Inspired by: http://jdsharp.us/jQuery/minute/calculate-scrollbar-width.php

Remove insignificant trailing zeros from a number?

If you use toFixed(n) where n > 0, a more simple and stable (no more float operations) solution can be:

(+n).toFixed(2).replace(/(\.0+|0+)$/, '')


// 0 => 0
// 0.1234 => 0.12
// 0.1001 => 0.1

// 1 => 1
// 1.1234 => 1.12
// 1.1001 => 1.1

// 100 => 100
// 100.1234 => 100.12
// 100.1001 => 100.1

PS: if you use toFixed(0), then no replace is needed.

Linker Command failed with exit code 1 (use -v to see invocation), Xcode 8, Swift 3

I got the same issues while making a build of Ionic 1 project.

I was able to solve the issue after deleting the file CDVLogger.h & CDVLogger.m

Responsive iframe using Bootstrap

Please, Check this out, I hope it's help

<div class="row">
 <iframe class="col-lg-12 col-md-12 col-sm-12" src="http://www.w3schools.com">
 </iframe>
</div>

java: use StringBuilder to insert at the beginning

Maybe I'm missing something but you want to wind up with a String that looks like this, "999897969594...543210", correct?

StringBuilder sb = new StringBuilder();
for(int i=99;i>=0;i--){
    sb.append(String.valueOf(i));
}

Create a directly-executable cross-platform GUI app using Python

There's also PyGTK, which is basically a Python wrapper for the Gnome Toolkit. I've found it easier to wrap my mind around than Tkinter, coming from pretty much no knowledge of GUI programming previously. It works pretty well and has some good tutorials. Unfortunately there isn't an installer for Python 2.6 for Windows yet, and may not be for a while.

Android: how to create Switch case from this?

You can do this:

@Override
protected Dialog onCreateDialog(int id) {
    String messageDialog;
    String valueOK;
    String valueCancel;
    String titleDialog;
    switch (id) {

    case id:
        titleDialog = itemTitle;
        messageDialog = itemDescription
        valueOK = "OK";            
        return new AlertDialog.Builder(HomeView.this).setTitle(titleDialog).setPositiveButton(valueOK, new DialogInterface.OnClickListener() {
            public void onClick(DialogInterface dialog, int whichButton) {
                Log.d(this.getClass().getName(), "AlertItem");
            }
        }).setMessage(messageDialog).create(); 

and then call to

showDialog(numbreOfItem);

How to open URL in Microsoft Edge from the command line?

I want to complement other answers here in regards to opening a blank tab in Microsoft Edge from command-line.

One observation that I want to add from my end is that Windows doesn't detect the command microsoft-edge if I remove the trailing colon. I thought it would be the case when I've to open the browser without mentioning the target URL e.g. in case of opening a blank tab.

How to open a blank tab in Microsoft Edge?

  • From run prompt - microsoft-edge:about:blank
  • From command prompt - start microsoft-edge:about:blank

You can also initiate a search using Edge from run prompt. Let's say I've to search Barack Obama then fire below command on run prompt-

microsoft-edge:Barack Obama

It starts Microsoft's Bing search website in Edge with Barack Obama as search term.

What exactly is \r in C language?

It's Carriage Return. Source: http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/6aw8xdf2(v=vs.80).aspx

The following repeats the loop until the user has pressed the Return key.

while(ch!='\r')
{
  ch=getche();
}

How do I get NuGet to install/update all the packages in the packages.config?

At VS2012 V11, if I use "-Reinstall" at the end of the line it doesn't work.

So I simply used:

Update-Package -ProjectName 'NAME_OF_THE_PROJECT'

how to put image in a bundle and pass it to another activity

So you can do it like this, but the limitation with the Parcelables is that the payload between activities has to be less than 1MB total. It's usually better to save the Bitmap to a file and pass the URI to the image to the next activity.

 protected void onCreate(Bundle savedInstanceState) {     setContentView(R.layout.my_layout);     Bitmap bitmap = getIntent().getParcelableExtra("image");     ImageView imageView = (ImageView) findViewById(R.id.imageview);     imageView.setImageBitmap(bitmap);  } 

Bootstrap full-width text-input within inline-form

As stated in a similar question, try removing instances of the input-group class and see if that helps.

refering to bootstrap:

Individual form controls automatically receive some global styling. All textual , , and elements with .form-control are set to width: 100%; by default. Wrap labels and controls in .form-group for optimum spacing.

Get Last Part of URL PHP

Split it apart and get the last element:

$end = end(explode('/', $url));
# or:
$end = array_slice(explode('/', $url), -1)[0];

Edit: To support apache-style-canonical URLs, rtrim is handy:

$end = end(explode('/', rtrim($url, '/')));
# or:
$end = array_slice(explode('/', rtrim($url, '/')), -1)[0];

A different example which might me considered more readable is (Demo):

$path = parse_url($url, PHP_URL_PATH);
$pathFragments = explode('/', $path);
$end = end($pathFragments);

This example also takes into account to only work on the path of the URL.


Yet another edit (years after), canonicalization and easy UTF-8 alternative use included (via PCRE regular expression in PHP):

<?php

use function call_user_func as f;
use UnexpectedValueException as e;

$url = 'http://example.com/artist/song/music-videos/song-title/9393903';

$result = preg_match('(([^/]*)/*$)', $url, $m)

    ? $m[1]
    : f(function() use ($url) {throw new e("pattern on '$url'");})
    ;

var_dump($result); # string(7) "9393903"

Which is pretty rough but shows how to wrap this this within a preg_match call for finer-grained control via PCRE regular expression pattern. To add some sense to this bare-metal example, it should be wrapped inside a function of its' own (which would also make the aliasing superfluous). Just presented this way for brevity.

How to post data in PHP using file_get_contents?

Sending an HTTP POST request using file_get_contents is not that hard, actually : as you guessed, you have to use the $context parameter.


There's an example given in the PHP manual, at this page : HTTP context options (quoting) :

$postdata = http_build_query(
    array(
        'var1' => 'some content',
        'var2' => 'doh'
    )
);

$opts = array('http' =>
    array(
        'method'  => 'POST',
        'header'  => 'Content-Type: application/x-www-form-urlencoded',
        'content' => $postdata
    )
);

$context  = stream_context_create($opts);

$result = file_get_contents('http://example.com/submit.php', false, $context);

Basically, you have to create a stream, with the right options (there is a full list on that page), and use it as the third parameter to file_get_contents -- nothing more ;-)


As a sidenote : generally speaking, to send HTTP POST requests, we tend to use curl, which provides a lot of options an all -- but streams are one of the nice things of PHP that nobody knows about... too bad...

CMake link to external library

Set libraries search path first:

LINK_DIRECTORIES(${CMAKE_BINARY_DIR}/res)

And then just do

TARGET_LINK_LIBRARIES(GLBall mylib)

How to set different colors in HTML in one statement?

You could use CSS for this and create classes for the elements. So you'd have something like this

p.detail { color:#4C4C4C;font-weight:bold;font-family:Calibri;font-size:20 }
span.name { color:#FF0000;font-weight:bold;font-family:Tahoma;font-size:20 }

Then your HTML would read:

<p class="detail">My Name is: <span class="name">Tintinecute</span> </p>

It's a lot neater then inline stylesheets, is easier to maintain and provides greater reuse.

Here's the complete HTML to demonstrate what I mean:

<!DOCTYPE html PUBLIC "-//W3C//DTD XHTML 1.0 Transitional//EN" "http://www.w3.org/TR/xhtml1/DTD/xhtml1-transitional.dtd">
<html xmlns="http://www.w3.org/1999/xhtml">
    <style type="text/css">
    p.detail { color:#4C4C4C;font-weight:bold;font-family:Calibri;font-size:20 }
    span.name { color:#FF0000;font-weight:bold;font-family:Tahoma;font-size:20 }
    </style>
</head>
<body>
    <p class="detail">My Name is: <span class="name">Tintinecute</span> </p>
</body>
</html>     

You'll see that I have the stylesheet classes in a style tag in the header, and then I only apply those classes in the code such as <p class="detail"> ... </p>. Go through the w3schools tutorial, it will only take a couple of hours and will really turn you around when it comes to styling your HTML elements. If you cut and paste that into an HTML document you can edit the styles and see what effect they have when you open the file in a browser. Experimenting like this is a great way to learn.

Conditionally formatting cells if their value equals any value of another column

I was looking into this and loved the approach from peege using a for loop! (because I'm learning VBA at the moment)

However, if we are trying to match "any" value of another column, how about using nested loops like the following?

Sub MatchAndColor()

Dim lastRow As Long
Dim sheetName As String


sheetName = "Sheet1"            'Insert your sheet name here
lastRow = Sheets(sheetName).Range("A" & Rows.Count).End(xlUp).Row

For lRowA = 1 To lastRow         'Loop through all rows
    For lRowB = 1 To lastRow
        If Sheets(sheetName).Cells(lRowA, "A") = Sheets(sheetName).Cells(lRowB, "B") Then

        Sheets(sheetName).Cells(lRowA, "A").Interior.ColorIndex = 3  'Set Color to RED
    End If

Next lRowB
Next lRowA

End Sub

How to display a range input slider vertically

First, set height greater than width. In theory, this is all you should need. The HTML5 Spec suggests as much:

... the UA determined the orientation of the control from the ratio of the style-sheet-specified height and width properties.

Opera had it implemented this way, but Opera is now using WebKit Blink. As of today, no browser implements a vertical slider based solely on height being greater than width.

Regardless, setting height greater than width is needed to get the layout right between browsers. Applying left and right padding will also help with layout and positioning.

For Chrome, use -webkit-appearance: slider-vertical.

For IE, use writing-mode: bt-lr.

For Firefox, add an orient="vertical" attribute to the html. Pity that they did it this way. Visual styles should be controlled via CSS, not HTML.

_x000D_
_x000D_
input[type=range][orient=vertical]
{
    writing-mode: bt-lr; /* IE */
    -webkit-appearance: slider-vertical; /* WebKit */
    width: 8px;
    height: 175px;
    padding: 0 5px;
}
_x000D_
<input type="range" orient="vertical" />
_x000D_
_x000D_
_x000D_


Disclaimers:

This solution is based on current browser implementations of as yet undefined or unfinalized CSS properties. If you intend to use it in your code, be prepared to make code adjustments as newer browser versions are released and w3c recommendations are completed.

MDN contains an explicit warning against using -webkit-appearance on the web:

Do not use this property on Web sites: not only is it non-standard, but its behavior change from one browser to another. Even the keyword none has not the same behavior on each form element on different browsers, and some doesn't support it at all.

The caption for the vertical slider demo in the IE documentation erroneously indicates that setting height greater than width will display a range slider vertically, but this does not work. In the code section, it plainly does not set height or width, and instead uses writing-mode. The writing-mode property, as implemented by IE, is very robust. Sadly, the values defined in the current working draft of the spec as of this writing, are much more limited. Should future versions of IE drop support of bt-lr in favor of the currently proposed vertical-lr (which would be the equivalent of tb-lr), the slider would display upside down. Most likely, future versions would extend the writing-mode to accept new values rather than drop support for existing values. But, it's good to know what you are dealing with.

Want custom title / image / description in facebook share link from a flash app

I actually have a similar problem. I have a page with multiple radio buttons; each button will set the title and description meta tags of the page, via JavaScript upon change.

For example, if users select the first button, the meta tags will say:

<meta name="title" content="First Title">
<meta name="description" content="First Description">

If the user select the second button, this changes the meta tags to:

<meta name="title" content="Second Title">
<meta name="description" content="Second Description">

... and so on. I have confirmed that the code is working fine via Firebug (i.e. I can see that those two tags were properly changed).

Apparently, Facebook Share only pulls in the title and description meta tags that are available upon page load. The changes to those two tags post page load are completely ignored.

Does anybody have any ideas on how to solve this? That is, to force Facebook to get the latest values that are change after the page loads.

Detecting user leaving page with react-router

For react-router v0.13.x with react v0.13.x:

this is possible with the willTransitionTo() and willTransitionFrom() static methods. For newer versions, see my other answer below.

From the react-router documentation:

You can define some static methods on your route handlers that will be called during route transitions.

willTransitionTo(transition, params, query, callback)

Called when a handler is about to render, giving you the opportunity to abort or redirect the transition. You can pause the transition while you do some asynchonous work and call callback(error) when you're done, or omit the callback in your argument list and it will be called for you.

willTransitionFrom(transition, component, callback)

Called when an active route is being transitioned out giving you an opportunity to abort the transition. The component is the current component, you'll probably need it to check its state to decide if you want to allow the transition (like form fields).

Example

  var Settings = React.createClass({
    statics: {
      willTransitionTo: function (transition, params, query, callback) {
        auth.isLoggedIn((isLoggedIn) => {
          transition.abort();
          callback();
        });
      },

      willTransitionFrom: function (transition, component) {
        if (component.formHasUnsavedData()) {
          if (!confirm('You have unsaved information,'+
                       'are you sure you want to leave this page?')) {
            transition.abort();
          }
        }
      }
    }

    //...
  });

For react-router 1.0.0-rc1 with react v0.14.x or later:

this should be possible with the routerWillLeave lifecycle hook. For older versions, see my answer above.

From the react-router documentation:

To install this hook, use the Lifecycle mixin in one of your route components.

  import { Lifecycle } from 'react-router'

  const Home = React.createClass({

    // Assuming Home is a route component, it may use the
    // Lifecycle mixin to get a routerWillLeave method.
    mixins: [ Lifecycle ],

    routerWillLeave(nextLocation) {
      if (!this.state.isSaved)
        return 'Your work is not saved! Are you sure you want to leave?'
    },

    // ...

  })

Things. may change before the final release though.

How to run Ruby code from terminal?

You can run ruby commands in one line with the -e flag:

ruby -e "puts 'hi'"

Check the man page for more information.

std::vector versus std::array in C++

A vector is a container class while an array is an allocated memory.

How to create empty constructor for data class in Kotlin Android

Non-empty secondary constructor for data class in Kotlin:

data class ChemicalElement(var name: String,
                           var symbol: String,
                           var atomicNumber: Int,
                           var atomicWeight: Double,
                           var nobleMetal: Boolean?) {

    constructor(): this("Silver",
                        "Ag", 
                        47,
                        107.8682,
                        true)
}

fun main() {
    var chemicalElement = ChemicalElement()
    println("RESULT: ${chemicalElement.symbol} means ${chemicalElement.name}")
    println(chemicalElement)
}

// RESULT: Ag means Silver
// ChemicalElement(name=Silver, symbol=Ag, atomicNumber=47, atomicWeight=107.8682, nobleMetal=true)

Empty secondary constructor for data class in Kotlin:

data class ChemicalElement(var name: String,
                           var symbol: String,
                           var atomicNumber: Int,
                           var atomicWeight: Double,
                           var nobleMetal: Boolean?) {

    constructor(): this("",
                        "", 
                        -1,
                        0.0,
                        null)
}

fun main() {
    var chemicalElement = ChemicalElement()
    println(chemicalElement)
}

// ChemicalElement(name=, symbol=, atomicNumber=-1, atomicWeight=0.0, nobleMetal=null)

How do I sort an observable collection?

I would like to Add to NeilW's answer. To incorporate a method that resembles the orderby. Add this method as an extension:

public static void Sort<T>(this ObservableCollection<T> collection, Func<T,T> keySelector) where T : IComparable
{
    List<T> sorted = collection.OrderBy(keySelector).ToList();
    for (int i = 0; i < sorted.Count(); i++)
        collection.Move(collection.IndexOf(sorted[i]), i);
}

And use like:

myCollection = new ObservableCollection<MyObject>();

//Sorts in place, on a specific Func<T,T>
myCollection.Sort(x => x.ID);

Will iOS launch my app into the background if it was force-quit by the user?

I've been trying different variants of this for days, and I thought for a day I had it re-launching the app in the background, even when the user swiped to kill, but no I can't replicate that behavior.

It's unfortunate that the behavior is quite different than before. On iOS 6, if you killed the app from the jiggling icons, it would still get re-awoken on SLC triggers. Now, if you kill by swiping, that doesn't happen.

It's a different behavior, and the user, who would continue to get useful information from our app if they had killed it on iOS 6, now will not.

We need to nudge our users to re-open the app now if they have swiped to kill it and are still expecting some of the notification behavior that we used to give them. I'm worried this won't be obvious to users when they swipe an app away. They may, after all, be basically cleaning up or wanting to rearrange the apps that are shown minimized.

How to find the mime type of a file in python?

The mimetypes module just recognise an file type based on file extension. If you will try to recover a file type of a file without extension, the mimetypes will not works.

How to convert php array to utf8?

Instead of using recursion to deal with multi-dimensional arrays, which can be slow, you can do the following:

$res = json_decode(
    json_encode(
        iconv(
            mb_detect_encoding($res, mb_detect_order(), true),
            'UTF-8',
            $res
        )
    ),
    true
);

This will convert any character set to UTF8 and also preserve keys in your array. So instead of "lazy" converting each row using array_walk, you could do the whole result set in one go.

converting Java bitmap to byte array

Do you need to rewind the buffer, perhaps?

Also, this might happen if the stride (in bytes) of the bitmap is greater than the row length in pixels * bytes/pixel. Make the length of bytes b.remaining() instead of size.

How to Flatten a Multidimensional Array?

For those who just need to join one level below at the top.

Being clearer, how transform this:

Array
    (
        [0] => Array
            (
                [0] => Array
                    (
                        [id] => 001
                    )
                [1] => Array
                    (
                        [id] => 005
                    )
            )
        [1] => Array
            (
                [0] => Array
                    (
                        [id] => 007
                    )
                [1] => Array
                    (
                        [id] => 009
                    )
            )
    )

On this:

Array
    (
        [0] => Array
            (
                [0] => Array
                    (
                        [id] => 001
                    )
                [1] => Array
                    (
                        [id] => 005
                    )
                [2] => Array
                    (
                        [id] => 007
                    )
                [3] => Array
                    (
                        [id] => 009
                    )
            )
    )

The (simple) code:

foreach ($multi_array as $key => $reduced_array) {
    foreach ($reduced_array as $key => $value) {
        $new_array[] = $value;
    }
}

With so many functions available, sometimes we forget that we can do something with a simple code ...

How to use and style new AlertDialog from appCompat 22.1 and above

When creating the AlertDialog you can set a theme to use.

Example - Creating the Dialog

AlertDialog.Builder builder = new AlertDialog.Builder(this, R.style.MyAlertDialogStyle);
builder.setTitle("AppCompatDialog");
builder.setMessage("Lorem ipsum dolor...");
builder.setPositiveButton("OK", null);
builder.setNegativeButton("Cancel", null);
builder.show();

styles.xml - Custom style

<style name="MyAlertDialogStyle" parent="Theme.AppCompat.Light.Dialog.Alert">
    <!-- Used for the buttons -->
    <item name="colorAccent">#FFC107</item>
    <!-- Used for the title and text -->
    <item name="android:textColorPrimary">#FFFFFF</item>
    <!-- Used for the background -->
    <item name="android:background">#4CAF50</item>
</style>

Result

styled alertdialog

Edit

In order to change the Appearance of the Title, you can do the following. First add a new style:

<style name="MyTitleTextStyle">
    <item name="android:textColor">#FFEB3B</item>
    <item name="android:textAppearance">@style/TextAppearance.AppCompat.Title</item>
</style>

afterwards simply reference this style in your MyAlertDialogStyle:

<style name="MyAlertDialogStyle" parent="Theme.AppCompat.Light.Dialog.Alert">
    ...
    <item name="android:windowTitleStyle">@style/MyTitleTextStyle</item>
</style>

This way you can define a different textColor for the message via android:textColorPrimary and a different for the title via the style.

How to do constructor chaining in C#

You use standard syntax (using this like a method) to pick the overload, inside the class:

class Foo 
{
    private int id;
    private string name;

    public Foo() : this(0, "") 
    {
    }

    public Foo(int id, string name) 
    {
        this.id = id;
        this.name = name;
    }

    public Foo(int id) : this(id, "") 
    {
    }

    public Foo(string name) : this(0, name) 
    {
    }
}

then:

Foo a = new Foo(), b = new Foo(456,"def"), c = new Foo(123), d = new Foo("abc");

Note also:

  • you can chain to constructors on the base-type using base(...)
  • you can put extra code into each constructor
  • the default (if you don't specify anything) is base()

For "why?":

  • code reduction (always a good thing)
  • necessary to call a non-default base-constructor, for example:

    SomeBaseType(int id) : base(id) {...}
    

Note that you can also use object initializers in a similar way, though (without needing to write anything):

SomeType x = new SomeType(), y = new SomeType { Key = "abc" },
         z = new SomeType { DoB = DateTime.Today };

How to solve maven 2.6 resource plugin dependency?

Seems your settings.xml file is missing your .m2 (local maven repo) folder.

When using eclipse navigate to Window -> Preferences -> Maven -> User Settings -> Browse to your settings.xml and click apply.

Then do maven Update Project.

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No 'Access-Control-Allow-Origin' - Node / Apache Port Issue

app.all('*', function(req, res,next) {
    /**
     * Response settings
     * @type {Object}
     */
    var responseSettings = {
        "AccessControlAllowOrigin": req.headers.origin,
        "AccessControlAllowHeaders": "Content-Type,X-CSRF-Token, X-Requested-With, Accept, Accept-Version, Content-Length, Content-MD5,  Date, X-Api-Version, X-File-Name",
        "AccessControlAllowMethods": "POST, GET, PUT, DELETE, OPTIONS",
        "AccessControlAllowCredentials": true
    };

    /**
     * Headers
     */
    res.header("Access-Control-Allow-Credentials", responseSettings.AccessControlAllowCredentials);
    res.header("Access-Control-Allow-Origin",  responseSettings.AccessControlAllowOrigin);
    res.header("Access-Control-Allow-Headers", (req.headers['access-control-request-headers']) ? req.headers['access-control-request-headers'] : "x-requested-with");
    res.header("Access-Control-Allow-Methods", (req.headers['access-control-request-method']) ? req.headers['access-control-request-method'] : responseSettings.AccessControlAllowMethods);

    if ('OPTIONS' == req.method) {
        res.send(200);
    }
    else {
        next();
    }


});

NGINX - No input file specified. - php Fast/CGI

This answers did not help me, my php adminer showed me "No input file specified" error anyway. But I knew I changed php-version before. So, I found the reason: it is not nginx, it is php.ini doc_root parameter! I found

doc_root =

in php.ini and changed it to

;doc_root =

After this patch my adminer work good.

The server encountered an internal error that prevented it from fulfilling this request - in servlet 3.0

In here:

    if (ValidationUtils.isNullOrEmpty(lastName)) {
        registrationErrors.add(ValidationErrors.LAST_NAME);
    }
    if (!ValidationUtils.isEmailValid(email)) {
        registrationErrors.add(ValidationErrors.EMAIL);
    }

you check for null or empty value on lastname, but in isEmailValid you don't check for empty value. Something like this should do

    if (ValidationUtils.isNullOrEmpty(email) || !ValidationUtils.isEmailValid(email)) {
        registrationErrors.add(ValidationErrors.EMAIL);
    }

or better yet, fix your ValidationUtils.isEmailValid() to cope with null email values. It shouldn't crash, it should just return false.

How to add a button dynamically in Android?

Check this up.

LinearLayout ll_Main  = new LinearLayout(getActivity());
LinearLayout ll_Row01 = new LinearLayout(getActivity());
LinearLayout ll_Row02 = new LinearLayout(getActivity());

ll_Main.setOrientation(LinearLayout.VERTICAL);
ll_Row01.setOrientation(LinearLayout.HORIZONTAL);
ll_Row02.setOrientation(LinearLayout.HORIZONTAL);

final Button button01    = new Button(getActivity());
final Button button02    = new Button(getActivity());   
final Button button03    = new Button(getActivity());
final Button button04    = new Button(getActivity());

ll_Row01.addView(button01);
ll_Row01.addView(button02);

ll_Row02.addView(button03);
ll_Row02.addView(button04);

ll_Main.addView(ll_Row01);
ll_Main.addView(ll_Row02);

button04.setVisibility(View.INVISIBLE);
button04.setVisibility(View.VISIBLE);

Sorting HashMap by values

found a solution but not sure the performance if the map has large size, useful for normal case.

   /**
     * sort HashMap<String, CustomData> by value
     * CustomData needs to provide compareTo() for comparing CustomData
     * @param map
     */

    public void sortHashMapByValue(final HashMap<String, CustomData> map) {
        ArrayList<String> keys = new ArrayList<String>();
        keys.addAll(map.keySet());
        Collections.sort(keys, new Comparator<String>() {
            @Override
            public int compare(String lhs, String rhs) {
                CustomData val1 = map.get(lhs);
                CustomData val2 = map.get(rhs);
                if (val1 == null) {
                    return (val2 != null) ? 1 : 0;
                } else if (val1 != null) && (val2 != null)) {
                    return = val1.compareTo(val2);
                }
                else {
                    return 0;
                }
            }
        });

        for (String key : keys) {
            CustomData c = map.get(key);
            if (c != null) {
                Log.e("key:"+key+", CustomData:"+c.toString());
            } 
        }
    }

How can I connect to MySQL in Python 3 on Windows?

CyMySQL https://github.com/nakagami/CyMySQL

I have installed pip on my windows 7, with python 3.3 just pip install cymysql

(you don't need cython) quick and painless

Creating a dictionary from a CSV file

If you are OK with using the numpy package, then you can do something like the following:

import numpy as np

lines = np.genfromtxt("coors.csv", delimiter=",", dtype=None)
my_dict = dict()
for i in range(len(lines)):
   my_dict[lines[i][0]] = lines[i][1]

How to use Tomcat 8.5.x and TomEE 7.x with Eclipse?

I had similar issues with Eclipse Kepler v3.8 I had tomcat v8.5.37 installed. I couldn't see Apache v8.5 as an option. By skimming through StackOverflow I found Apache v9.0 is available on Eclipse Neon. Cool thing is you don't have to change your eclipse version. In your current Eclipse. Download WTP(Web Tools Package) by following the steps:

Step 1: Help >>> Install New Software. Copy this link in the Work with: http://download.eclipse.org/webtools/repository/neon

Step 2: Select JST Server Adapters and JST Server Adapters Extensions from the first package you see. Install those.

Step 3: Windows >>> Preferences >>> Server >>> Runtime Environments >>> Add..

You'll see Apache v9.0 there! It works!

jQuery show/hide options from one select drop down, when option on other select dropdown is slected

How about:

(Updated)

$("#column_select").change(function () {
    $("#layout_select")
        .find("option")
        .show()
        .not("option[value*='" + this.value + "']").hide();

    $("#layout_select").val(
        $("#layout_select").find("option:visible:first").val());

}).change();

(assuming the third option should have a value col3)

Example: http://jsfiddle.net/cL2tt/

Notes:

  • Use the .change() event to define an event handler that executes when the value of select#column_select changes.
  • .show() all options in the second select.
  • .hide() all options in the second select whose value does not contain the value of the selected option in select#column_select, using the attribute contains selector.

How do I invert BooleanToVisibilityConverter?

Implement your own implementation of IValueConverter. A sample implementation is at

http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/system.windows.data.ivalueconverter.aspx

In your Convert method, have it return the values you'd like instead of the defaults.

How can I force a hard reload in Chrome for Android

In chrome,simply tick "Desktop site" and then remove tick!!

How to update json file with python

The issue here is that you've opened a file and read its contents so the cursor is at the end of the file. By writing to the same file handle, you're essentially appending to the file.

The easiest solution would be to close the file after you've read it in, then reopen it for writing.

with open("replayScript.json", "r") as jsonFile:
    data = json.load(jsonFile)

data["location"] = "NewPath"

with open("replayScript.json", "w") as jsonFile:
    json.dump(data, jsonFile)

Alternatively, you can use seek() to move the cursor back to the beginning of the file then start writing, followed by a truncate() to deal with the case where the new data is smaller than the previous.

with open("replayScript.json", "r+") as jsonFile:
    data = json.load(jsonFile)

    data["location"] = "NewPath"

    jsonFile.seek(0)  # rewind
    json.dump(data, jsonFile)
    jsonFile.truncate()

Cleanest way to reset forms

You can also do it through the JavaScript:

(document.querySelector("form_selector") as HTMLFormElement).reset();

What are all the uses of an underscore in Scala?

There is one usage I can see everyone here seems to have forgotten to list...

Rather than doing this:

List("foo", "bar", "baz").map(n => n.toUpperCase())

You could can simply do this:

List("foo", "bar", "baz").map(_.toUpperCase())

Facebook Oauth Logout

I am having the same problem. I also login using oauth (I am using RubyOnRails), but for logout, I do it with JavaScript using a link like this:

<a href="/logout" onclick="FB.logout();">Logout</a> 

This first calls the onclick function and performs a logout on facebook, and then the normal /logout function of my site is called.

Though I would prefer a serverside solution as well, but at least it does what I want, it logs me out on both sites.

I am also quite new to the Facebook integration stuff and played around the first time with it, but my general feeling is that the documentation is pretty spread all over the place with lots of outdated stuff.

Is there a <meta> tag to turn off caching in all browsers?

It doesn't work in IE5, but that's not a big issue.

However, cacheing headers are unreliable in meta elements; for one, any web proxies between the site and the user will completely ignore them. You should always use a real HTTP header for headers such as Cache-Control and Pragma.

Error: No Entity Framework provider found for the ADO.NET provider with invariant name 'System.Data.SqlClient'

I had this problem in a situation where I have a model project that has the references to both EntityFramework and the .SqlServer assemblies, and a separate UI project that uses ASP.NET MVC. I wanted to upgrade from EF 4.1 to 6.1. I actually had to do part of what was described here: http://robsneuron.blogspot.com/2013/11/entity-framework-upgrade-to-6.html. I want to emphasize that I did not add a reference to these projects to my UI project nor did I add the configuration to the UI project's web.config, as those steps would violate my separation of concerns.

What I did do was in my model project, I had to flip the "Copy Local" reference settings for EntityFramework.SqlServer (and the EntityFramework reference, to be safe) to "False" and save all, to get the project to put the <Private> node into the .csproj file, and then set it back to "True" and save again, so that True ends up as the final value.

I also had to add the hack line to my DbContext-derived class in its constructor to force the use of the assembly, even though the line does nothing. Both of these steps I learned from the blog post.

public MyContext : DbContext
{
    public MyContext() : base("name=MyContext")
    {
        // the terrible hack
        var ensureDLLIsCopied = 
                System.Data.Entity.SqlServer.SqlProviderServices.Instance;   
    }

I want to thank the author of that blog that I referenced, as well as all the people that asked and answered the questions on SO, to try to help us get past this terrible bug.

How to send email to multiple recipients using python smtplib?

I use python 3.6 and the following code works for me

email_send = '[email protected],[email protected]'
server.sendmail(email_user,email_send.split(','),text)    

INSERT INTO @TABLE EXEC @query with SQL Server 2000

The documentation is misleading.
I have the following code running in production

DECLARE @table TABLE (UserID varchar(100))
DECLARE @sql varchar(1000)
SET @sql = 'spSelUserIDList'
/* Will also work
   SET @sql = 'SELECT UserID FROM UserTable'
*/

INSERT INTO @table
EXEC(@sql)

SELECT * FROM @table

How do I declare an array variable in VBA?

As pointed out by others, your problem is that you have not declared an array

Below I've tried to recreate your program so that it works as you intended. I tried to leave as much as possible as it was (such as leaving your array as a variant)

Public Sub Testprog()
    '"test()" is an array, "test" is not
    Dim test() As Variant
    'I am assuming that iCounter is the array size
    Dim iCounter As Integer

    '"On Error Resume Next" just makes us skip over a section that throws the error
    On Error Resume Next

    'if test() has not been assigned a UBound or LBound yet, calling either will throw an error
    '   without an LBound and UBound an array won't hold anything (we will assign them later)

    'Array size can be determined by (UBound(test) - LBound(test)) + 1
    If (UBound(test) - LBound(test)) + 1 > 0 Then
        iCounter = (UBound(test) - LBound(test)) + 1

        'So that we don't run the code that deals with UBound(test) throwing an error
        Exit Sub
    End If

    'All the code below here will run if UBound(test)/LBound(test) threw an error
    iCounter = 0

    'This makes LBound(test) = 0
    '   and UBound(test) = iCounter where iCounter is 0
    '   Which gives us one element at test(0)
    ReDim Preserve test(0 To iCounter)

    test(iCounter) = "test"
End Sub

MySQL high CPU usage

If this server is visible to the outside world, It's worth checking if it's having lots of requests to connect from the outside world (i.e. people trying to break into it)

Can someone explain mappedBy in JPA and Hibernate?

mappedby="object of entity of same class created in another class”

Note:-Mapped by can be used only in one class because one table must contain foreign key constraint. if mapped by can be applied on both side then it remove foreign key from both table and without foreign key there is no relation b/w two tables.

Note:- it can be use for following annotations:- 1.@OneTone 2.@OneToMany 3.@ManyToMany

Note---It cannot be use for following annotation :- 1.@ManyToOne

In one to one :- Perform at any side of mapping but perform at only one side . It will remove the extra column of foreign key constraint on the table on which class it is applied.

For eg . If we apply mapped by in Employee class on employee object then foreign key from Employee table will be removed.

Convert String to Carbon

You were almost there.

Remove protected $dates = ['license_expire']

and then change your LicenseExpire accessor to:

public function getLicenseExpireAttribute($date)
{
    return Carbon::parse($date);
}

This way it will return a Carbon instance no matter what. So for your form you would just have $employee->license_expire->format('Y-m-d') (or whatever format is required) and diffForHumans() should work on your home page as well.

Hope this helps!

Java 8 method references: provide a Supplier capable of supplying a parameterized result

optionalUsers.orElseThrow(() -> new UsernameNotFoundException("Username not found"));

Parsing JSON using Json.net

Edit: Thanks Marc, read up on the struct vs class issue and you're right, thank you!

I tend to use the following method for doing what you describe, using a static method of JSon.Net:

MyObject deserializedObject = JsonConvert.DeserializeObject<MyObject>(json);

Link: Serializing and Deserializing JSON with Json.NET

For the Objects list, may I suggest using generic lists out made out of your own small class containing attributes and position class. You can use the Point struct in System.Drawing (System.Drawing.Point or System.Drawing.PointF for floating point numbers) for you X and Y.

After object creation it's much easier to get the data you're after vs. the text parsing you're otherwise looking at.

Convert an integer to a float number

intutils.ToFloat32

// ToFloat32 converts a int num to a float32 num
func ToFloat32(in int) float32 {
    return float32(in)
}

// ToFloat64 converts a int num to a float64 num
func ToFloat64(in int) float64 {
    return float64(in)
}

LINK : fatal error LNK1561: entry point must be defined ERROR IN VC++

Main was missing in the entry point configuration. enter image description here

Difference between two dates in Python

Try this:

data=pd.read_csv('C:\Users\Desktop\Data Exploration.csv')
data.head(5)
first=data['1st Gift']
last=data['Last Gift']
maxi=data['Largest Gift']
l_1=np.mean(first)-3*np.std(first)
u_1=np.mean(first)+3*np.std(first)


m=np.abs(data['1st Gift']-np.mean(data['1st Gift']))>3*np.std(data['1st Gift'])
pd.value_counts(m)
l=first[m]
data.loc[:,'1st Gift'][m==True]=np.mean(data['1st Gift'])+3*np.std(data['1st Gift'])
data['1st Gift'].head()




m=np.abs(data['Last Gift']-np.mean(data['Last Gift']))>3*np.std(data['Last Gift'])
pd.value_counts(m)
l=last[m]
data.loc[:,'Last Gift'][m==True]=np.mean(data['Last Gift'])+3*np.std(data['Last Gift'])
data['Last Gift'].head()

JQuery style display value

This will return what you asked, but I wouldnt recommend using css like this. Use external CSS instead of inline css.

$("tr[id='pDetails']").attr("style").split(':')[1];

Check if a row exists, otherwise insert

i'm writing my solution. my method doesn't stand 'if' or 'merge'. my method is easy.

INSERT INTO TableName (col1,col2)
SELECT @par1, @par2
   WHERE NOT EXISTS (SELECT col1,col2 FROM TableName
                     WHERE col1=@par1 AND col2=@par2)

For Example:

INSERT INTO Members (username)
SELECT 'Cem'
   WHERE NOT EXISTS (SELECT username FROM Members
                     WHERE username='Cem')

Explanation:

(1) SELECT col1,col2 FROM TableName WHERE col1=@par1 AND col2=@par2 It selects from TableName searched values

(2) SELECT @par1, @par2 WHERE NOT EXISTS It takes if not exists from (1) subquery

(3) Inserts into TableName (2) step values

AngularJS HTTP post to PHP and undefined

You need to deserialize your form data before passing it as the second parameter to .post (). You can achieve this using jQuery's $.param (data) method. Then you will be able to on server side to reference it like $.POST ['email'];

Number of processors/cores in command line

The lscpu(1) command provided by the util-linux project might also be useful:

$ lscpu
Architecture:          x86_64
CPU op-mode(s):        32-bit, 64-bit
Byte Order:            Little Endian
CPU(s):                4
On-line CPU(s) list:   0-3
Thread(s) per core:    2
Core(s) per socket:    2
Socket(s):             1
NUMA node(s):          1
Vendor ID:             GenuineIntel
CPU family:            6
Model:                 58
Model name:            Intel(R) Core(TM) i7-3520M CPU @ 2.90GHz
Stepping:              9
CPU MHz:               3406.253
CPU max MHz:           3600.0000
CPU min MHz:           1200.0000
BogoMIPS:              5787.10
Virtualization:        VT-x
L1d cache:             32K
L1i cache:             32K
L2 cache:              256K
L3 cache:              4096K
NUMA node0 CPU(s):     0-3

$.widget is not a function

I got this error recently by introducing an old plugin to wordpress. It loaded an older version of jquery, which happened to be placed before the jquery mouse file. There was no jquery widget file loaded with the second version, which caused the error.

No error for using the extra jquery library -- that's a problem especially if a silent fail might have happened, causing a not so silent fail later on.

A potential way around it for wordpress might be to be explicit about the dependencies that way the jquery mouse would follow the widget which would follow the correct core leaving the other jquery to be loaded afterwards. Still might cause a production error later if you don't catch that and change the default function for jquery for the second version in all the files associated with it.

How do I open a new fragment from another fragment?

Use this,

AppCompatActivity activity = (AppCompatActivity) view.getContext();
Fragment myFragment = new MyFragment();
activity.getSupportFragmentManager().beginTransaction().replace(R.id.fragment_container, myFragment).addToBackStack(null).commit();

MySQL 8.0 - Client does not support authentication protocol requested by server; consider upgrading MySQL client

I have the same problem with MySQL and I solve by using XAMPP to connect with MySQL and stop the services in windows for MySQL (control panel - Administrative Tools - Services), and in the folder db.js (that responsible for the database ) I make the password empty (here you can see:)

const mysql = require('mysql');
const connection = mysql.createConnection({
  host: 'localhost',
  user: 'root',
  password: ''
});

How to check if running as root in a bash script

if [[ $(id -u) -ne 0 ]] ; then echo "Please run as root" ; exit 1 ; fi

or

if [[ `id -u` -ne 0 ]] ; then echo "Please run as root" ; exit 1 ; fi

:)

How do you set a JavaScript onclick event to a class with css

You can do this by thinking of it a little bit differently. Detect when the body is clicked (document.body.onclick - i.e. anything on the page) and then check if the element clicked (event.srcElement / e.target) has a class and that that class name is the one you want:

document.body.onclick = function(e) {   //when the document body is clicked
    if (window.event) {
        e = event.srcElement;           //assign the element clicked to e (IE 6-8)
    }
    else {
        e = e.target;                   //assign the element clicked to e
    }

    if (e.className && e.className.indexOf('someclass') != -1) {
        //if the element has a class name, and that is 'someclass' then...
        alert('hohoho');
    }
}

Or a more concise version of the above:

document.body.onclick= function(e){
   e=window.event? event.srcElement: e.target;
   if(e.className && e.className.indexOf('someclass')!=-1)alert('hohoho');
}

Determine the data types of a data frame's columns

If you import the csv file as a data.frame (and not matrix), you can also use summary.default

summary.default(mtcars)

     Length Class  Mode   
mpg  32     -none- numeric
cyl  32     -none- numeric
disp 32     -none- numeric
hp   32     -none- numeric
drat 32     -none- numeric
wt   32     -none- numeric
qsec 32     -none- numeric
vs   32     -none- numeric
am   32     -none- numeric
gear 32     -none- numeric
carb 32     -none- numeric

How do I remove all .pyc files from a project?

First run:

find . -type f -name "*.py[c|o]" -exec rm -f {} +

Then add:

export PYTHONDONTWRITEBYTECODE=1

To ~/.profile

Inserting an item in a Tuple

one way is to convert it to list

>>> b=list(mytuple)
>>> b.append("something")
>>> a=tuple(b)

Print directly from browser without print popup window

I don't believe this is possible. The dialog box that gets displayed allows the user to select a printer to print to. So, let's say it would be possible for your application to just click and print, and a user clicks your print button, but has two printers connected to the computer. Or, more likely, that user is working in an office building with 25 printers. Without that dialog box, how would the computer know to which printer to print?

Convert list of ints to one number?

Two solutions:

>>> nums = [1, 2, 3]
>>> magic = lambda nums: int(''.join(str(i) for i in nums)) # Generator exp.
>>> magic(nums)
123
>>> magic = lambda nums: sum(digit * 10 ** (len(nums) - 1 - i) # Summation
...     for i, digit in enumerate(nums))
>>> magic(nums)
123

The map-oriented solution actually comes out ahead on my box -- you definitely should not use sum for things that might be large numbers:

Timeit Comparison

import collections
import random
import timeit

import matplotlib.pyplot as pyplot

MICROSECONDS_PER_SECOND = 1E6
FUNS = []
def test_fun(fun):
    FUNS.append(fun)
    return fun

@test_fun
def with_map(nums):
    return int(''.join(map(str, nums)))

@test_fun
def with_interpolation(nums):
    return int(''.join('%d' % num for num in nums))

@test_fun
def with_genexp(nums):
    return int(''.join(str(num) for num in nums))

@test_fun
def with_sum(nums):
    return sum(digit * 10 ** (len(nums) - 1 - i)
        for i, digit in enumerate(nums))

@test_fun
def with_reduce(nums):
    return int(reduce(lambda x, y: x + str(y), nums, ''))

@test_fun
def with_builtins(nums):
    return int(filter(str.isdigit, repr(nums)))

@test_fun
def with_accumulator(nums):
    tot = 0
    for num in nums:
        tot *= 10
        tot += num
    return tot

def time_test(digit_count, test_count=10000):
    """
    :return: Map from func name to (normalized) microseconds per pass.
    """
    print 'Digit count:', digit_count
    nums = [random.randrange(1, 10) for i in xrange(digit_count)]
    stmt = 'to_int(%r)' % nums
    result_by_method = {}
    for fun in FUNS:
        setup = 'from %s import %s as to_int' % (__name__, fun.func_name)
        t = timeit.Timer(stmt, setup)
        per_pass = t.timeit(number=test_count) / test_count
        per_pass *= MICROSECONDS_PER_SECOND
        print '%20s: %.2f usec/pass' % (fun.func_name, per_pass)
        result_by_method[fun.func_name] = per_pass
    return result_by_method

if __name__ == '__main__':
    pass_times_by_method = collections.defaultdict(list)
    assert_results = [fun([1, 2, 3]) for fun in FUNS]
    assert all(result == 123 for result in assert_results)
    digit_counts = range(1, 100, 2)
    for digit_count in digit_counts:
        for method, result in time_test(digit_count).iteritems():
            pass_times_by_method[method].append(result)
    for method, pass_times in pass_times_by_method.iteritems():
        pyplot.plot(digit_counts, pass_times, label=method)
    pyplot.legend(loc='upper left')
    pyplot.xlabel('Number of Digits')
    pyplot.ylabel('Microseconds')
    pyplot.show()

How to check if an integer is within a range?

There's filter_var() as well and it's the native function which checks range. It doesn't give exactly what you want (never returns true), but with "cheat" we can change it.

I don't think it's a good code as for readability, but I show it's as a possibility:

return (filter_var($someNumber, FILTER_VALIDATE_INT, ['options' => ['min_range' => $min, 'max_range' => $max]]) !== false)

Just fill $someNumber, $min and $max. filter_var with that filter returns either boolean false when number is outside range or the number itself when it's within range. The expression (!== false) makes function return true, when number is within range.

If you want to shorten it somehow, remember about type casting. If you would use != it would be false for number 0 within range -5; +5 (while it should be true). The same would happen if you would use type casting ((bool)).

// EXAMPLE OF WRONG USE, GIVES WRONG RESULTS WITH "0"
(bool)filter_var($someNumber, FILTER_VALIDATE_INT, ['options' => ['min_range' => $min, 'max_range' => $max]])
if (filter_var($someNumber, FILTER_VALIDATE_INT, ['options' => ['min_range' => $min, 'max_range' => $max]])) ...

Imagine that (from other answer):

if(in_array($userScore, range(-5, 5))) echo 'your score is correct'; else echo 'incorrect, enter again';

If user would write empty value ($userScore = '') it would be correct, as in_array is set here for default, non-strict more and that means that range creates 0 as well, and '' == 0 (non-strict), but '' !== 0 (if you would use strict mode). It's easy to miss such things and that's why I wrote a bit about that. I was learned that strict operators are default, and programmer could use non-strict only in special cases. I think it's a good lesson. Most examples here would fail in some cases because non-strict checking.

Still I like filter_var and you can use above (or below if I'd got so "upped" ;)) functions and make your own callback which you would use as FILTER_CALLBACK filter. You could return bool or even add openRange parameter. And other good point: you can use other functions, e.g. checking range of every number of array or POST/GET values. That's really powerful tool.

Hibernate HQL Query : How to set a Collection as a named parameter of a Query?

In TorpedoQuery it look like this

Entity from = from(Entity.class);
where(from.getCode()).in("Joe", "Bob");
Query<Entity> select = select(from);

How do I concatenate multiple C++ strings on one line?

As others said, the main problem with the OP code is that the operator + does not concatenate const char *; it works with std::string, though.

Here's another solution that uses C++11 lambdas and for_each and allows to provide a separator to separate the strings:

#include <vector>
#include <algorithm>
#include <iterator>
#include <sstream>

string join(const string& separator,
            const vector<string>& strings)
{
    if (strings.empty())
        return "";

    if (strings.size() == 1)
        return strings[0];

    stringstream ss;
    ss << strings[0];

    auto aggregate = [&ss, &separator](const string& s) { ss << separator << s; };
    for_each(begin(strings) + 1, end(strings), aggregate);

    return ss.str();
}

Usage:

std::vector<std::string> strings { "a", "b", "c" };
std::string joinedStrings = join(", ", strings);

It seems to scale well (linearly), at least after a quick test on my computer; here's a quick test I've written:

#include <vector>
#include <algorithm>
#include <iostream>
#include <iterator>
#include <sstream>
#include <chrono>

using namespace std;

string join(const string& separator,
            const vector<string>& strings)
{
    if (strings.empty())
        return "";

    if (strings.size() == 1)
        return strings[0];

    stringstream ss;
    ss << strings[0];

    auto aggregate = [&ss, &separator](const string& s) { ss << separator << s; };
    for_each(begin(strings) + 1, end(strings), aggregate);

    return ss.str();
}

int main()
{
    const int reps = 1000;
    const string sep = ", ";
    auto generator = [](){return "abcde";};

    vector<string> strings10(10);
    generate(begin(strings10), end(strings10), generator);

    vector<string> strings100(100);
    generate(begin(strings100), end(strings100), generator);

    vector<string> strings1000(1000);
    generate(begin(strings1000), end(strings1000), generator);

    vector<string> strings10000(10000);
    generate(begin(strings10000), end(strings10000), generator);

    auto t1 = chrono::system_clock::now();
    for(int i = 0; i<reps; ++i)
    {
        join(sep, strings10);
    }

    auto t2 = chrono::system_clock::now();
    for(int i = 0; i<reps; ++i)
    {
        join(sep, strings100);
    }

    auto t3 = chrono::system_clock::now();
    for(int i = 0; i<reps; ++i)
    {
        join(sep, strings1000);
    }

    auto t4 = chrono::system_clock::now();
    for(int i = 0; i<reps; ++i)
    {
        join(sep, strings10000);
    }

    auto t5 = chrono::system_clock::now();

    auto d1 = chrono::duration_cast<chrono::milliseconds>(t2 - t1);
    auto d2 = chrono::duration_cast<chrono::milliseconds>(t3 - t2);
    auto d3 = chrono::duration_cast<chrono::milliseconds>(t4 - t3);
    auto d4 = chrono::duration_cast<chrono::milliseconds>(t5 - t4);

    cout << "join(10)   : " << d1.count() << endl;
    cout << "join(100)  : " << d2.count() << endl;
    cout << "join(1000) : " << d3.count() << endl;
    cout << "join(10000): " << d4.count() << endl;
}

Results (milliseconds):

join(10)   : 2
join(100)  : 10
join(1000) : 91
join(10000): 898

PNG transparency issue in IE8

Just want to add (since I googled for this problem, and this question popped first) IE6 and other versions render PNG transparency very ugly. If you have PNG image that is alpha transparent (32bit) and want to show it over some complex background, you can never do this simply in IE. But you can display it correctly over a single colour background as long as you set that PNG images (or divs) CSS attribute background-color to be the same as the parents background-color.

So this will render black where image should be alpha transparent, and transparent where alpha byte is 0:

<div style="background-color: white;">    
    <div style="background-image: url(image.png);"/>    
</div>

And this will render correctly (note the background-color attribute in the inner div):

<div style="background-color: white;">    
    <div style="background-color: white; background-image: url(image.png);"/>    
</div>

Complex alternative to this which enables alpha image over a complex background is to use AlphaImageLoader to load up and render image of the certain opacity. This works until you want to change that opacity... Problem in detail and its solution (javascript) can be found HERE.

Sorting an ArrayList of objects using a custom sorting order

The Collections.sort is a good sort implementation. If you don't have The comparable implemented for Contact, you will need to pass in a Comparator implementation

Of note:

The sorting algorithm is a modified mergesort (in which the merge is omitted if the highest element in the low sublist is less than the lowest element in the high sublist). This algorithm offers guaranteed n log(n) performance. The specified list must be modifiable, but need not be resizable. This implementation dumps the specified list into an array, sorts the array, and iterates over the list resetting each element from the corresponding position in the array. This avoids the n2 log(n) performance that would result from attempting to sort a linked list in place.

The merge sort is probably better than most search algorithm you can do.

How to find duplicate records in PostgreSQL

The basic idea will be using a nested query with count aggregation:

select * from yourTable ou
where (select count(*) from yourTable inr
where inr.sid = ou.sid) > 1

You can adjust the where clause in the inner query to narrow the search.


There is another good solution for that mentioned in the comments, (but not everyone reads them):

select Column1, Column2, count(*)
from yourTable
group by Column1, Column2
HAVING count(*) > 1

Or shorter:

SELECT (yourTable.*)::text, count(*)
FROM yourTable
GROUP BY yourTable.*
HAVING count(*) > 1

How to get the height of a body element

$(document).height() seems to do the trick and gives the total height including the area which is only visible through scrolling.

How to convert Nvarchar column to INT

Your CAST() looks correct.

Your CONVERT() is not correct. You are quoting the column as a string. You will want something like

CONVERT(INT, A.my_NvarcharColumn)

** notice without the quotes **

The only other reason why this could fail is if you have a non-numeric character in the field value or if it's out of range.

You can try something like the following to verify it's numeric and return a NULL if it's not:

SELECT
 CASE
  WHEN ISNUMERIC(A.my_NvarcharColumn) = 1 THEN CONVERT(INT, A.my_NvarcharColumn)
  ELSE NULL
 END AS my_NvarcharColumn

Git - Ignore node_modules folder everywhere

**node_modules

This works for me

recursive approach to ignore all node_modules present in sub folders

HorizontalAlignment=Stretch, MaxWidth, and Left aligned at the same time?

Both answers given worked for the problem I stated -- Thanks!

In my real application though, I was trying to constrain a panel inside of a ScrollViewer and Kent's method didn't handle that very well for some reason I didn't bother to track down. Basically the controls could expand beyond the MaxWidth setting and defeated my intent.

Nir's technique worked well and didn't have the problem with the ScrollViewer, though there is one minor thing to watch out for. You want to be sure the right and left margins on the TextBox are set to 0 or they'll get in the way. I also changed the binding to use ViewportWidth instead of ActualWidth to avoid issues when the vertical scrollbar appeared.

How to rollback just one step using rake db:migrate

  try {
        $result=DB::table('users')->whereExists(function ($Query){
            $Query->where('id','<','14162756');
            $Query->whereBetween('password',[14162756,48384486]);
            $Query->whereIn('id',[3,8,12]);
        });
    }catch (\Exception $error){
        Log::error($error);
        DB::rollBack(1);
        return redirect()->route('bye');
    }

isset() and empty() - what to use

Here are the outputs of isset() and empty() for the 4 possibilities: undeclared, null, false and true.

$a=null;
$b=false;
$c=true;

var_dump(array(isset($z1),isset($a),isset($b),isset($c)),true); //$z1 previously undeclared
var_dump(array(empty($z2),empty($a),empty($b),empty($c)),true); //$z2 previously undeclared

//array(4) { [0]=> bool(false) [1]=> bool(false) [2]=> bool(true) [3]=> bool(true) } 
//array(4) { [0]=> bool(true) [1]=> bool(true) [2]=> bool(true) [3]=> bool(false) } 

You'll notice that all the 'isset' results are opposite of the 'empty' results except for case $b=false. All the values (except null which isn't a value but a non-value) that evaluate to false will return true when tested for by isset and false when tested by 'empty'.

So use isset() when you're concerned about the existence of a variable. And use empty when you're testing for true or false. If the actual type of emptiness matters, use is_null and ===0, ===false, ===''.

Most efficient way to check if a file is empty in Java on Windows

Try FileReader, this reader is meant to read stream of character, while FileInputStream is meant to read raw data.

From the Javadoc:

FileReader is meant for reading streams of characters. For reading streams of raw bytes, consider using a FileInputStream.

Since you wanna read a log file, FileReader is the class to use IMO.

Updating user data - ASP.NET Identity

If you leave any of the fields for ApplicationUser OR IdentityUser null the update will come back as successful but wont save the data in the database.

Example solution:

ApplicationUser model = UserManager.FindById(User.Identity.GetUserId())

Add the newly updated fields:

model.Email = AppUserViewModel.Email;
model.FName = AppUserViewModel.FName;
model.LName = AppUserViewModel.LName;
model.DOB = AppUserViewModel.DOB;
model.Gender = AppUserViewModel.Gender;

Call UpdateAsync

IdentityResult result = await UserManager.UpdateAsync(model);

I have tested this and it works.

How to terminate the script in JavaScript?

throw "";

Is a misuse of the concept but probably the only option. And, yes, you will have to reset all event listeners, just like the accepted answer mentions. You would also need a single point of entry if I am right.

On the top of it: You want a page which reports to you by email as soon as it throws - you can use for example Raven/Sentry for this. But that means, you produce yourself false positives. In such case, you also need to update the default handler to filter such events out or set such events on ignore on Sentry's dashboard.

window.stop();

This does not work during the loading of the page. It stops decoding of the page as well. So you cannot really use it to offer user a javascript-free variant of your page.

debugger;

Stops execution only with debugger opened. Works great, but not a deliverable.

How to get UTC value for SYSDATE on Oracle

select sys_extract_utc(systimestamp) from dual;

Won't work on Oracle 8, though.

PostgreSQL wildcard LIKE for any of a list of words

PostgreSQL also supports full POSIX regular expressions:

select * from table where value ~* 'foo|bar|baz';

The ~* is for a case insensitive match, ~ is case sensitive.

Another option is to use ANY:

select * from table where value  like any (array['%foo%', '%bar%', '%baz%']);
select * from table where value ilike any (array['%foo%', '%bar%', '%baz%']);

You can use ANY with any operator that yields a boolean. I suspect that the regex options would be quicker but ANY is a useful tool to have in your toolbox.

Where does Android emulator store SQLite database?

In Android Studio 3.4.1, you can use the search feature of Android Studio to find "Device File Explorer" and then go to the /data/data/package_name/database directory of your emulator.

Can anyone recommend a simple Java web-app framework?

Check out WaveMaker for building a quick, simple webapp. They have a browser based drag-and-drop designer for Dojo/JavaScript widgets, and the backend is 100% Java.

EXEC sp_executesql with multiple parameters

Here is a simple example:

EXEC sp_executesql @sql, N'@p1 INT, @p2 INT, @p3 INT', @p1, @p2, @p3;

Your call will be something like this

EXEC sp_executesql @statement, N'@LabID int, @BeginDate date, @EndDate date, @RequestTypeID varchar', @LabID, @BeginDate, @EndDate, @RequestTypeID

How do I automatically scroll to the bottom of a multiline text box?

You can use the following code snippet:

myTextBox.SelectionStart = myTextBox.Text.Length;
myTextBox.ScrollToCaret();

which will automatically scroll to the end.

How to determine if .NET Core is installed

You can check if dotnet.exe is available:

where dotnet

You can then check the version:

dotnet --version

UPDATE: There is now a better way of doing this, which is well explained in many other answers:

dotnet --info

What does "subject" mean in certificate?

The subject of the certificate is the entity its public key is associated with (i.e. the "owner" of the certificate).

As RFC 5280 says:

The subject field identifies the entity associated with the public key stored in the subject public key field. The subject name MAY be carried in the subject field and/or the subjectAltName extension.

X.509 certificates have a Subject (Distinguished Name) field and can also have multiple names in the Subject Alternative Name extension.

The Subject DN is made of multiple relative distinguished names (RDNs) (themselves made of attribute assertion values) such as "CN=yourname" or "O=yourorganization".

In the context of the article you're linking to, the subject would be the user/owner of the cert.

How to Detect Browser Window /Tab Close Event?

You can't detect it with javascript.

Only events that do detect page unloading/closing are window.onbeforeunload and window.unload. Neither of these events can tell you the way that you closed the page.

Error: Cannot access file bin/Debug/... because it is being used by another process

I've had this error crop up on me before, even in Visual Studio 2008. It came back and more prevalent in Visual Studio 2012.

Here is what I do.

Paste this in the troublesome project's pre-build event:

if exist "$(TargetPath).locked" del "$(TargetPath).locked"
if exist "$(TargetPath)" if not exist "$(TargetPath).locked" move "$(TargetPath)" "$(TargetPath).locked"

Create directories using make file

make in, and off itself, handles directory targets just the same as file targets. So, it's easy to write rules like this:

outDir/someTarget: Makefile outDir
    touch outDir/someTarget

outDir:
    mkdir -p outDir

The only problem with that is, that the directories timestamp depends on what is done to the files inside. For the rules above, this leads to the following result:

$ make
mkdir -p outDir
touch outDir/someTarget
$ make
touch outDir/someTarget
$ make
touch outDir/someTarget
$ make
touch outDir/someTarget

This is most definitely not what you want. Whenever you touch the file, you also touch the directory. And since the file depends on the directory, the file consequently appears to be out of date, forcing it to be rebuilt.

However, you can easily break this loop by telling make to ignore the timestamp of the directory. This is done by declaring the directory as an order-only prerequsite:

# The pipe symbol tells make that the following prerequisites are order-only
#                           |
#                           v
outDir/someTarget: Makefile | outDir
    touch outDir/someTarget

outDir:
    mkdir -p outDir

This correctly yields:

$ make
mkdir -p outDir
touch outDir/someTarget
$ make
make: 'outDir/someTarget' is up to date.

TL;DR:

Write a rule to create the directory:

$(OUT_DIR):
    mkdir -p $(OUT_DIR)

And have the targets for the stuff inside depend on the directory order-only:

$(OUT_DIR)/someTarget: ... | $(OUT_DIR)

Fast way of finding lines in one file that are not in another?

The comm command (short for "common") may be useful comm - compare two sorted files line by line

#find lines only in file1
comm -23 file1 file2 

#find lines only in file2
comm -13 file1 file2 

#find lines common to both files
comm -12 file1 file2 

The man file is actually quite readable for this.

How can I get the source code of a Python function?

I believe that variable names aren't stored in pyc/pyd/pyo files, so you can not retrieve the exact code lines if you don't have source files.

How do I trim() a string in angularjs?

JS .trim() is supported in basically everthing, except IE 8 and below.

If you want it to work with that, then, you can use JQuery, but it'll need to be <2.0.0 (as they removed support for IE8 in the 2.x.x line).

Your other option, if you care about IE7/8 (As you mention earlier), is to add trim yourself:

if(typeof String.prototype.trim !== 'function') {
  String.prototype.trim = function() {
    return this.replace(/^\s+|\s+$/g, ''); 
  }
}

Passing vector by reference

void do_something(int el, std::vector<int> **arr)

should be

void do_something(int el, std::vector<int>& arr)
{
    arr.push_back(el);
}

Pass by reference has been simplified to use the & in C++.

How to remove a web site from google analytics

Here's an updated answer, as of Sept. 2013. This took me awhile to figure out.

  1. Go to the Admin tab.

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  2. In the middle column, select the web property that you want to delete from the dropdown.

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  3. In the right-hand column, click on "View Settings." ("Property Settings" in dec. 2015)

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  4. At the bottom of the next page, select "Delete this view."

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It will warn you that you're about to delete all of the data associated with this property. If you're sure, confirm.

Done!

Android: Share plain text using intent (to all messaging apps)

This code is for sharing through sms

     String smsBody="Sms Body";
     Intent sendIntent = new Intent(Intent.ACTION_VIEW);
     sendIntent.putExtra("sms_body", smsBody);
     sendIntent.setType("vnd.android-dir/mms-sms");
     startActivity(sendIntent);